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FRIDAY MORNISG, OCT. 8, 1S48
Republican State Nominations.
Far Sanresa. Jadrs,
WILLIAM Y. PEJK, of Scioto.
WILLIAM B. THRALL, of Franklin.
CHEISTOPHER P. WOLCOTT, of Summit.
Fjt MessSe: Bjsrd of Pbb'ic Worts,
JOHN L. MARTIS, of Btriier.
Republican District Nomination.
Kor Mraitr of C-Marreea.
EDWARD WADE, of Cutahoga.
Republican County Nominations.
Forjudge of th. Cook of ru Ptoa..;
WILLIAM W. RICHARDS.
1st District ELI A3 S. ROOT,
2J " CHARLES J. BALLARD,
3d WILLIAM BOWLER.
Close of the Peoples' Holidays.
We felt proud of old Cuyahoga jestdav -teroooa.
The Fair GronnJa were literally pack
ed with people, and tlie Exhibition wa woithy
of the people. It waa by far the beat County
Fair erer held in Cleveland, and wai in all ra
pecte highly creditable to the Officer of the
Agricultural Society, and the multitude of Ex
hibitor from the City and tbe Country. A fine
ram must hare been added to the treasury of
the Society during the past three day. Judg
ing from the interest manifested in the Fair this
season, larger grounds and more extensive and
convenient fixtures will be neeeasary hereafter.
Suitable Fair Grounds will have to be purchased
or leased for a term of years, and permanent,
commodious Halls, etc erected. The sooner
Funeral of Karl Lucas.
The funeral of Karl Lucas in Cincinnati, the
victim of a political aasassin, took place on the
6ih. It w: s the largest funeral procession ev
er seen in tbe city, and deep-toned feeling per
vaded the throng. The co-workers of the de
ceased, Mitchell and Rammelsberg men, 440
fine looking, earnest citizens, leJ by Brandt's
splendid cornet band, with solemn tread and
uncovered heads, marched past the hearse to a
solemn dirge from the "Prophet." The Cable
net Maker's Society, 160 strong, with craped
banner followed. Then the Turner's Society,
numbering 250 Members, followed by the So
cial Workinjjnen' Society, 400 strong. They
bore foiled and craped banners, but conspicu
ous was a transparency, one side aof which
appeared in German :
The victim of a Political Rowdy of ihe Democrats.
Born 28th of Aiteust, 1823.
Died the 5ih of October, 1858.
And upon the reverse side the following :
After this, in solid array, marching four
abreast, came the Tenth Ward Republican Club,
the Workingmen' League, th Plying Artil
lery .and the Hears surrounded by sixteen Pall
Bearers. Th mourners in procession number
i three thousand, and it was about half an hour
in passing a given point. Tbe Commercial
iv "the procession was characterized by a de
corum worthy the solemn occasion. The reg
ular tramp, and the sad and solemn strains ot
the bands, were the only sounds which met the
ear in ii progress through the crowded thorough-fare."
Thus was buried Karl Lucas, th
German martyr of an unpunished Democratic
Free Labor in Jefferson City, Missouri.
In August last, pro-slavery won back
Capital of Missouri, and defeated Mr. Garden
shire, the champion of. fiee soil and free labor
by s majority of 114 vote in the city. On the
2d iort , a special election for an Alderman was
had, and Mr. Knaup, th free soil candidate
was chosen by three majority. In August the
election was visa voce, and men wet intimida
ted, while the municipal election was by ballot,
and men voted their aentimeits. A Jederaoa
City letter lay with th ballot system Cole
county would have elected Gardenshirt in Au
gust last by a Urge majority. It is said that
the pro slavery Democracy in the next Legisla
ture will strike at the ballot system and forbid
it use, even in municipal concerns, thus inau -gurating
the war against freedom of voting, as
well a freedom of speech." The St Louis
Democrat speak thus cheeringly of tbe re
turning victory at the Capital and the future:
What has transpired there, will also transpire
here, and in every other part of this State, for
there is that about Free Soil progression which
will not permit it to stop. The check that dis
band or overthrow other parties, only give
hardness to its muscle and elasticity to it spir
it, anJ we this day feel more than ever persua
ded that the time is near by that will aee Mis
souri relieved of the incubus of the slave sys
tem, thronged with the study enterprise of
whits labor, and advancing at a giant pace to
that rank in the confederacy which her central
position, her genial climate and her vast resour
ce so well entitle her to occupy.
A Nor' Wester.
The winds were on s high frolic yesterday,
ouiog about white caps on Erie and all sorts
of caps and hats on shore. It blew such great
gun that th propeller Genesee Chief when off
Vermillioa conld not make heidway, and ran
back to this port. Last night a cold rain set in,
the pleasant weather for a fortnight winding op
with a past due equinox.
Lightning and Tooth Pulling.
Electricity ha become a great institution,
and the London Time and Bosten Medical and
Surgical Journal vouch for the importance of
the discovery of pulling teeth by means of elec
tricity. The Boston Traveller state that some
of the dentist of Boston have already extracted
hundred of teeth with this arrangement, with
but little or no pain to th patient. The wife
of a lawyer in Boston had fourteen teeth taken
out at one silting, and said she felt no sort of
pain, only a disagreeable sensation at the instant
. of grasping the tooth. Others experienced
moderate degree of pain. Th advantages of
this anesthetic over ether or chloroform an,
that there is no danger from it, and then an
no disagreeable results.
Black Bivu Hausoi. A report having got
in the pa per j that a bar had formed across the
mouth of the harbor at Black River, th Light
house Keeper corrects the statement in the
Elyrja Democrat He says the bar is formed
about 4 feet below the warehouse of H. Mus
mj, and thai vessel of any draft of water nav.
.gating the Lakes UP ke harbor at
least three kaidnd and fifty yards inside the
Pike's Peak a Humbug!
Tbe later and reliable account from the Kin
tal gold region throw cold water on the yellow
fever which is carrying off so many of ths
Western people. Inflated and exaggerated ac
count wen published, based on the report of
aim of the early returned adventurers, and the
public pulse run up to fever heat Fabrication
was substituted for fact, sod s little goia was
migoitied into an inexhaustible supply.
"The Western Democrat, published at Harri
sjd, Missouri, of Sept 25th, state some facta
worth knowing to such as have become gold
crazed. It announces the arrival of Air. it. o.
Johnson, an old and reliable citizen, from Pike'
Peak, who went out in May with a party of
twenty-seven, twenty-three of whom returned
with him, to stay. The party prospected on
Cherry Creek from its head to the mouth, and
they neither saw or heard of the rich diggings
reported by other adventurers. The party also
prospected in the vicinity of Pike's Peak, and
aaw old California miners engaged in the same
business, but failed to find sufficient depoiita of
gold to justify them in attempting to wash the
dirt . Mr. Johnson says am ill particle ol goui
were found in all part of the surrounding coun
try, equal in quantilv and quality oo the hill
top and in the valley, on the beach and in the
rivulets, in all eases on cr a very few inches be
low the surface, and in no instance over four
feet. He never heard of any person wi.hiri;
out over $2 in one day, and those who labored
from morning till night did not average (1 per
Mr. Johnson reports that at n time ha then
been more than one hundred and fifty men at
the gold mine, and when he left, on the 25th
of July, but fifty-seven men all told could be
found in the district possessed of sufficient hope
and perseverance to remain longer. Neither
was it true that the men were destitute of min
ing tools. They wen well supplied with min
ing apparatus, brought by old California miner
for the purpose of mining extensively ; but after
a few day trial the pan snd rockrre were
thrown aside a worthless, a washing of dirt
would not pay. Such in brief is the discourag
ing side of tbe story. Ths bright side we have
had, and many Pik Peak adventurere have no
doubt learned ere this th truth of the old ad
age, that all is not gold that glitters.
Ths State election held in Delaware on
5ih, resulted in the saecess of the Democrat!
ticket by 750 majority. In portions of the Slats
ths People's local'tickets were chosen.
Western Reserve Horse Fair.
We copy from the Portage County Democrat
the Liat of Premium offered at the first annu
al Fair of ths Western Reserve Hon Breeder'
Association, to be held at Ravenna, October
19th, 20th and 21st The ground will bs in
readiness in a few days. The buildings, te
an in process of erection. Tbe Superintend
ents are Win. H. Potts, of Cleveland, if. Eggle-
ston, of Aurora, snd James S. Leffingwell, of
Ravenna. Marshals, E. B. Tyler, Chief, M.
Andrews and A. D. Burt. Assistants, S. W.
Treat, Chit-f of Police.
Ihe first dav will be devoted to entries ; tbe
second day to the Exhibition of Classes No. 1
2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 15 and 16 ; the
third day to Classee Nos. 12, 13, 14, 18, 19, 20,
LIST OF PREMIUMS.
Ptiu V. 1
Bt llioafc an imrposw.i-MTciivaiitt otw eaa a.
Class As. 1 . ,
htst Million for all pirnoan two rears aad aader
Class No S.
B4 Stonion fjr all purposes aader two rears .
Beat Bro.Nl Maro
CJoa, St i.
Vest lure, rear old Colt, coldia-
Best three roar old Filler
Clon V. T
Alest our snatched Camas Hii.bss. i.teea koala
Facood best . . .
B -s spin SHlr-hrd Cams. Alarm IS i
ite-ss .o. a
Best sinr'e CaTtare Horse flteea h iada aad aa-
Boot oiuslo Carries Maro
SVsf pair Sls'ited or Fanev Matched Hones
C&ut .N o. 10
rwst smf Is Horse or Mro...
Class JV. 11.
Fastest Tro Hoc Stsllioa. one aula 5 OU
Class Ne 13
a ..teat Trotting Qeldmc or At -US, f-ur tears and
opwsnls 9S So
Ct-ar As 11
Fsoiost uvttiac Geldinx r Mare an del bur ? sara IB M
Heat Tesaotroai aav one towaefooc loaatbaaea;!
HtSaca, to bo dnroa by one aaan...... 3 80
PACING AND RACKING.
Ctssr .Vs. TS.
Fasumblal kJouMaraor Goldiar 43 W
Root aoddlo Hone of snrkind MM
Allowaacoto ba aude fur diilcreaco of weirht.
Best pen of Draft Horses 15 W
Class No 14
ateol auaie Draft Horse 10 00
A aetoot Male, of any age.ranniiic 100
STALLIONS WITH COLTS.
Class N'e. .
Awst Sts.li.oe wits tre best Colls, bis owe (el Jt 00
Boot Female Earatriaa
The Great Chicago Land Salt Decided.
The very important case of George C. Bate
r. The Illinois Central Railroad Company, in
the United State Court, Judge McLean presid
ing, Judge Drummond Associate, ha terminal
ed in a verdict for the defendant. The Tri
bune says the verdict accorded with the general
expectation of the public Few will complain
outside the number of eo adventurer with the
Th case is one which from the outset has
attracted much attention in this community,
snd in commercial circles throughout the coun
try, both from the magnitude of the value ef
tbe property in controversy, variously estimated
at from one and a half to two millions of dor
ian, comprising almost the entire depot grounds
of the Company on tbe lake shore at the mouth
of the river, and also for the singular nature
of the plaintiffs claims based on a (lumbering
and wa generally believed extinct title to a
sand bar or spit of land, which by tbe opening
of the straight channel of the river some twen-tv-five
years since, wa thrown Irotn the Korth
mto tbe south Division, and within a few vr.ra
afterwards extioguishad by tbe action o? the
water of tbe lake. It wa understood, and in
deed in evidence, that the sum of eight dollart
purchased the right and title of the plaintiff
and those embarked with him in this adventur
Naseow Escapi. Mr. C. J. Thomas, of Ni
agara, in attempting to cross from Karj Island
to Schloaaer was caught in the storm of Thurs
day, hia boat capsized, to which he clung lor an
hour. Ee at last succeeded in righting it, and
got in, but wa without oar and wa so chilled
a to be unable to help himself. Th boat, near
ly full of water, drifted before the wind past
Kavy Island into the strong current on the oppo
site aide, that bore him swiftly toward tbe cat
aract. Hs was discovered by two men at this
critical juncture, who succeeded in towing the
boat into Chippewa Creek.
Akxok Buhl Factoit Bcikid The ex
tensive Akron Barrel Factory eras burned on
Thursday morning. Los estimated at 1 10,000;
instrred for 6,000. Seventy-five workmen are
thrown oat of employment by the cahun'ty.
The Destruction of the Crystal Palace.
THe Crystal Palace was erected in 1953, by
a chartered Association, for the "World's Fsir."
It wa constructed almost entirely of iron and
glass, and seemed nearly fire proof. Yet its
destruction by the devouring element was more
swift than any hjulding of wood could possibly
hav been. In fiisasn minute after the fire was
discovered ths beautiful fabric of the builder's
Vill, with its priceless treasure of industry
and art, waa a heap of blackened ruins. Ths
great dome, so long an object of beauty tower
in in the city, fell in twelve minutes after the
work of destruction began. Tbe gaudy bubble
disappeared suddenly as ths sun-painted of
The first cost of the Palace wa 1711,000.
The improvement and additiona increased the
sum to (750,000. No stockholder ever receiv
ed a cent of dividend, and no bondholder a
farthing of interest. The Association went in
to bankruptcy in 1854, and last spring ths city
authorities took possession of tbe property, snd
leased it to the American Institute. We ap
pend a brief description of the Palace ;
Tbe general idea of the edifice was a Greek
cross, surmounted by a dome at th intersec
tion. Each diameter of the cross was 365 feet
5 inches long. There were three similar en
trances ; one on the Sixth Avenue ; one on
Fortieth, anl one on Forty-second street. Each
entrance wa 47 feet wide, and that on Sixth
Avenue wa approached by a flight of 8 step.
Over each front wa a large semi-circular' fan
light, 41 feet wide and 21 feet high, answering
to the arch of tbe nave. Each arm of the cross
was on tue ground plan 149 feet broad. This
was divided into a central nave and 2 aisles,
one on each side; the nave 41. each aisle 54
The central portion of the nave was carried np
to the hight of 67 feet, and the semi-circular
arch by which it was spanned, was 41 feet
broad. There were thus in effect two arched
nave croaaine each other at right angle, 41
feet broad, 67 feet high to the crown of the
arch, and 365 feet long ; and on each side of
these nave wa an aisle 64 feet broad and 45
high. The exterior of tbe ridgeway of the nave
was 71 feet. Each aisle wa covered by a gal
lery of its own width, and 24 feet from the
floor. The central dome, a magnificent design,
wa 100 feet in diameter, 68 feet inside from
the floor to the pring of the arch, and 118 feet
to the crown ; and on the outside, with the lan
tern, 149 feet. Tbe exterior angle of the build
ing were ingeniouily filled up with a triangu
lar lean to 24 feel high, which gave the grouod
plan an octagonal ahape, each aide or face being
149 feet wide. At each aagle was an octagonal
tower, 8 feet in diameter and 75 feet high.
Tbe building contained on the ground floor,
111,000 square feet of space, and in its gal
leries, which were 64 feet wide, 62,000 square
feet more, making a total area of 173,000
square feet, for the purposes of exhibition.
There were thus on the ground floor two acres
and a half, or exactly 2 52 100 ; in tbe galleries
on acre and 44 100 ; total, with an inconsider
able fraction, four acres.
Mr. F. W. Geissenhainer, Chairman of the
Board of Managers of the American Institute,
has made the following interesting statement of
facts touching tbe great conflagration :
Mr. Geissenhainer was standing in the couth
nave near the Fortieth street entrance when he
heard the alarm of fire in the north nave. He
ran rapidly to the Forty-second atreet entrance,
where he discovered a quantity of wooden pat
terns of the iron work nsed in the construction
of the Palace, and which had been deposited in
the west side of the entrance, enveloped in a
rapidly extending flame, which had already
communicated to the flight of stairs near the
entrance. The pitch-pine floors only invited
the flames, and they licked over the planking,
rolling np dense cloud of smoke, which nearly
suffocated those in tbe north nave. After dis
patching a man to turn off the gas, which had
just been turned on for the evening, Mr. Geis
senhainer ran to a hydrant, with hose attached,
near the north entrance, and caused the water
to be turned on. Owing howeter, to the low
water in the reservoir, it waa of no avail. In
the mean time the flame had progressed with
fearful rapidity, rendering the steam pump and
hre engine and apparatus at this time unavail
ing, had there been a sufficiency of water. A
it became evident that there wa no hope of
caving the building, the hundred who, on the
first alarm , rushed to the point where the fire
was burning, ran a rapidly toward the Fortieth
atreet and sixth avenue entrance in tbe great
est confusion and excitement, while tbe employ
ee of th Institute and a tew others devoted
their effort to clearing the building of the peo
ple. Without any preconcerted arrangement,
they distributed themselves throughout the
building, looking for person in retired spots,
and warning tbem of tbrir danger. The
flame ascended to tbe second floor, and
eeminply rolled along tbe surface of the wood
work like molten iron, at a speed as rapid
as tbe ordinary pace of a pedestrian in the treet.
After going through two of the gallerie Mr.
Geissenhainer proceeded to the pic'ure gallery.
He went behind fie panorama, thinking that th
men who were engaged in winding the panora
ma for the evening exhibition might still be there.
When be returned from the gallery he found
both stairway in a blaze. He ran to one of
the towers, and finding one board displaced in
the floor, he easily removed another and slid
down tbe iron pipe leading from the water tank
to the floor below, and a moment after made hi
egress from the building. The last person had
hardly left the building when the dome tell in
with a tremendous crash, just twelve minutes
after the fire was discovered. The Institute
saved only the three entry books and their safe
with tbe medals and premiums, and the with
great difficulty. On one aide of the Sixth-avenue
entrance the ticket seller had the money
he bad received done np and saved it with
out "difficulty. The other ticket seller waa
forced to leave, leaving over (200 in the tills.
Tbe Institute had expended over (10,000 last
year in fitting np the Palace. But little prop
erty was saved.
Mr. Geissenhainer thinks that there were a
thousand persons in the interior when tbe
alarm waa first sounded. In tbe rush for the
entrance large numbers of persons became sep
arated from their friends and families, and fora
long time many were running about in deep
distress, in the tear that their family or friends
had not been so fortunate as to escape from the
building. Up to tbe hour of Mr. Geissenhain
er' leavine- the rains he bad beard of no deaths.
Mt Geissennainer estimate tbe amount of
property in the building destroyed at nearly
500,000. It is stated that there is a policy of
insurance on the article in tbe building in fa
vor of the bondholder and city for (50,000.
Ibe cause of the hre remains unknown, but
Mr. Geissenhainer thinks it the work of an in
cendiary. There was no fire engine used with
in two hundred feet of the spot where the flames
were first discovered. Hecker s entnne, which
was running near the north entrance, was mov
ed by steam conveyed two hundred feet. Fear
ing that there might be an ei plosion, the en
gineer early in tbe conflagration removed the
ball from the safety-valve of the main boiler.
snd allowed tbe steam to blow off.
There were about 3.500 exhibitors, more than
half of whom had entered on exhibition, bed
quilta.tidies, pin-cushions, needle work, and sim
The New Hampshire Thanksgiving.
In noticing the fact that the Governor of Xew
Hampshire has set the example of naming the
I5th of November for Thanksgiving Day, and
the suggestion that all other Governor follow
suit, the Albany Journal remarks "The 25th
of November is the Centennial, Anniversary ef
the surrender of Fort Du Quesne (now Pitts-
bnrh) which terminated the rule of France on
thi Continent It is also the Anniversary of
tbe Evacuation of ISew York by the British,
which occurred twenty-five year later. Tui
1 xerox marched into each place with his victo
rious troops each time. These events would
give s peculiar significance to a National Cele
bration on that day."
Separate ballot-boxes most be provided for
the votes fur Assessor. See law.
Still tbit Cons. Throueh the vigilance of
our Sheriff two more arrests have been made in
Cleveland, of those who brok into Sbaksper'
store about two weeks since. At an examina
tion vesterdav.tbev were held to trial in ths torn
of 1 1,000 each. .Vfdovi GaitUc.
Two Pacific islskd Orraaio to the Cirrrso
Sate. Two of th Society Island, Tahaa and
Rsiatra hare ofTi-red themselves to tbe United
State. They are said to be two of the finest
islands in tbe group, and have a naroor prvocu
ed bv a coral reef, which is larze enough to
float all the vessels of tbe world. The tocaticn
is verv desirable for station for our whaling
oaaaailo It amamrfl that on the 25th of May
the U. S cooaul at Tahiti, visited Tahaa, and
during his visit th native without hi know
i .i..- nn . nanr whirh eras signed bv all
the governors and principal officers on the islsnd
to the United States. Mr. Owen was naturally
very moch surprised when the nature f the
document wa explained to him. He promised
t ar,,t it to the President of the Uuited States-
This, at first, did not eatisfy th people, as tney
wanted the " star and tripes" hoisted immed
iately. Soon after lUittea followed in the wake
of Tahaa, and all of the governorss, with ths
.,nt,aaroi. (and he was not present,)
aimed a similar naper. So all that remains for
the United States to do,is to accept or reject th
l.al!ina. SODt h, Mr SIDNET A I
!L ax i J Ft-LLl!RTO.N. b-tb of W.4.ld.
I.Mrdina. Ret .Tan. Mr RF.CrlES HYDE and Mtaa
ct.'aM s.oVLaltuu, eiio
laOranrsv. t-pt. i-. Mr W J PRATT, of Cook
IlL.aad Atisa H. S. kttU. of uraue'r.
la Wsatktraneld, Ci..S- H'b. SARAH OOOUALt
tHtaalale. of srroo.Trojnb.il coua, .aged
Mrs. Coodalo was ihe tenth in a fsnulf of ehilureii bse
into tl s raiul.l 01 SI sou m. . .
laibtr a il Motber, sod anowti ,u"r ' . ..
n'reotal iff ?u Heredo anon was rood, aad Mne --
P . Tl .. .nrw-Ha.! l.v IKS orodOTllOBa ol
.'"oW She eshibited rrsst clrellfnce of cb.r-..r are
ba, Isn a lares crcle i f in-nJa to m.,ora hr d.p.rtare
Her bull- wa nrousnt to tin. ti. as
funeral was oumeroisl? aileodsd oo eaudar -est. Asato-
House Furnishing Articles.
KECEIV ED THIS -U A l
Enmel-J Preawmt-lf Kti,
JkuunMel Sanr Hani,
'u lrutv and Stand,
TftbU M -tiet,
Miiscuur K aires.
Km) HakU, fcc.
FOGG. ENSWORTH ft CO.,
orT (New X ) J.a .06 ft 2ff superior-
rpUE 'OLD DOMINION" TEA POT
L Juat recalled a supilr ol ins -u a onrai
P.. I bis ii a nawanicle. reqoinnr oals o-am.r tbe
r 11 i i ... .u.iiin-d as BiUih -UOr-
ca sroerauj ucu, awu u.. - t
nor la lbs ordiuary luiimon of Tre, as the Co9e naad, le
tbe "Old Dominion" Corlee r. is suosno, . -m
the coniasoa boiirr, aul u particular! adapted to tfiara
Also, a supoir of t"o "Old Doanmo.v- Corns Pot
and ot tbe A' nock Riaia, iiand. at
CLOTHS! OIL CLOTHS!
PtL t a ft. 1 in. wide,
P.. at 11 ft. in wiii ,
Hv aU 1 ft. WltiJ.
U- r 1 t r. vati. La
4 P. c r.-iTTw L'ioU.. fr. m 2 it. to f wide, it tt-rj
great bargai som a ow m a c
square "ani. iat
200 PIECES CARPETS,
At prices lower tlnn rrer W.ire offered is this e-y. to
gether slih P KL'titit TS. s'ELI CL.OI HS AND MA I S.
hrll.KP SklAa. sic . Itc all at me ioww swiuif 'a
lor L a.h oct . sua, " .... i a.
Taylor, Grisirold f Co.,
Superior Strtrt, First Store i&ort Bank,
ARE PREPARED to offer to the
Trade, or at Retail, a larre and stall selected
STAPLE AND FANCY
Cumpmiitf in part an uiAual fartty ot'
HEW STILE DEESS GOODS.
la Uus Department nay be louad
PaUNTEtl COTEU.NE3, (Riaton'i,)
BOI DE BOLOGNE POPLINS,
kICrl NEW STYLES M DELal-tE.
ROBES AQrUXE. aad
RICH CHINTZ ROBES.
AU of the
AND NEWEST DESIGNS.
PLAID WOOLEN SHAWLS sll attles;
B ROCHE SQ4UBE AND LONG SHAWLS.
CIRCULAR STELLA SHAWLS.
STRIPED B ROCHE SHAWLS,
PRINTED SILK SHAWLS.
ZEPHYR KNIT SHAWLS.
D01ESTIC GOODS 1.1D FLimLS.
BLEACHED AND B-OWN SHEETINGS.
APRON CHECKS ke
Oar sleeaiu stock of
la aosr evoa to iAepoctioa at oor Sales Room, coaaut
SUPERIOR OIL CLOTHS,
COCOA NUT MATTINGS.
DOOR MATS, Ac.
Fl1.MSflI.NG GOODS GEMB1LLI.
LINEN TABLE COVERS
arr.t a. - a
A epatniLd aaaortnieat of '
HOSIERY k GLOVES.
CLOTHS, As , he.
Leaf .iperteace lata. Trad., aad a' aodaas fsci'rti-s for
aortaf Goods :o the best adTintace. will warrant as to as.
ears ni caatoaaera that we can ossr them ladaoaaaesxa
SECOND TO NO HOUSE WEST OF NEW YORK.
We tbe-efort respeetfallr terrte the Lxlies of Cleselaad
aad coo airy, Millie rs, Cowrr Me, chaita, aad all baron
of Goods ta oor has, to call and exaauoe oor at'ck as4
XA LUK bUHWOLD at CO-
oc? dfcsrSrn 71S gooenor t . ftrat Store above Bank.
CLEVdELlliD MaEDIC.lL COLLEGE.
THE EIGHTEENTH Annual Course
of LKPTt'RES .H romiMis ti tta Flh&T
U at.DNi'DAY OF NOV tMBLK. na coatuaf aixteea
wteJu, Tb Levorea ar ao arraicrj lbi mi ara ..
d-ulT. U'cli.)?Atla7w, devotei to Medical aad bargitl
Fru, . aud for ta proweatioa of Pra-jcal Amato
mf, tUa asoat Ubcral Una.
JOHtf nri iMtrrv w t
PrMcaaar of Midwiia.y, atil Iji ttj Wwtaam aa4 Call-
JAHPDP KIBTLAND. M D
TWhhk ot th Priwipka aird Practice of Umiicim.
i. LANG CASSELS. M D
Profrarjur of CascmuiiT 4 BoUn.
JACOB J. DELlMATrn m
Proteaauc o Materia Metlira, Taaia'w'uticv aiui Medical
ef Urupi UUfKt,
Proctor th teb. m d ,
Profeiajt Ol AoAiomy aad PhjBio. isry.
OUSTAVK C E. WEBER. Hf. l .
Prowrtur of thw Pn&ci,.ea aud Practire of aaxfij
sioacc Proteaef ol Midwiffrr. kd4 Diaeasrf ef Weaua
JOHH A K-WLTOrf. M D.,
IressUBetrater of JiBMUmj. Tw&l
New Advertisements. Dry Goods.
aLewis, Easfou & Co.,
Xc Snmbtr. 215 Superior Mrret.
(Old No. l Sapenor Street )
fTHE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE ISO W
X ON SI.E. THE LAHUkSr, -MT VARlEJ.
AND SKLfcir MU a. us
FALL AND WINTER
ETEB OFFERED IN THE WEST, at pre
Yet oseied la
Dm tit J apt RubeM,
Paul it Sote,
TV. IVpsrtBieat is tmlete enth s rrreH vanet J ot eUsast
dsatana, nd tastuonaole cojouatiow.
Is SUed ap ertth
NEW STYLES DELAINES,
POUL DE f'HElNE.
ROBES DE LE1Z, and
TRAVELING DRESS GOODS. Sc.
ALL THE POPULAR BRANDS.
SHAWLS !-SHAWLS !-SHAWLS .
A a aatiraled StM-k, eompruiac
MANTILLA BROCHA mm. Cirenlar and Square;
STELLA AND WOOL MANTILLA;
THIBET, ke , Ac,
With a boat ol aoteltiea from the Earoceaa aad AaaelltaB
Ilonse Keeping Goods.
NAPKINS k DOYLIES,
CRASH AND DIAPER.
FRINGED TOWELS. DaataaL and Plata,
BED a CRIB WOOL BLANKETS,
FINE SWISS MULL MUSLINS.
L C. k HUM STITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS
A compete aloes lor Ladies aad Muaes, Men and Boys
ALEXANDER'S KID GLOVES,
FINE FRENCH do do lies.
A larae stock of FLANNELS, Plata and Tsnild;
DOMETS. for Ladsra' Wear,
ls-t SHAKER, for Sheet.;
Plaid aad Opera FLANNELS, ser7 cheap;
Bro. k Bleached SHEETINO k SHIRTING verr cheap;
DENIMS. TICKING. BATTS. TWINE, and WICK;
CLOTHS. CASSIMERES, VEST1NCS, JEANS,
SATINETS, and TWEEDS;
Geanloe VNGLLSH CLOTHS, for haatneaa suits, varf
UNDER-SHIRTS k DRAWERS, tor Ladiee and Genu.
Harms mvr coeflnel atilea of Co.id. fonoecterl srith
oar supeitor factli'Ke for porrhasinc, enablea ua to ss
rreat adranlsgo to pnrchnaars
Lt HlS, EASTO?! CO.
212 SIPERIOS STREET, tStv Snmbtr.)
' ' 16S Sanisr SneaH, (OU Naaalier )
rpiIE SUBSCRIBERS RESPECT-
A FULLY mnte tue aiieouua of th public lo tu
Dry Goods and Millinery.
W ar receiving, dailv, the latest tyles, aad de-
To b. SKasd ta tae Eastern Ma. lata.
OUH STOCK 13 COMPLETE,
Vnaarpnased ta Vanet; aad Beanif. aa4 are are
SELLING AS CHEAP
Aa ia the days of the Mmey parue.
It m Kaerally knoeve
nAd conceded uai we aave
SOLD GOODS LESS
Thaa any Haae vrest of Na-r York, and we shall continue
to do so. Oor tivoods are ate, aad our pnece areiadiapata-
BUY FOR CASH. AND SELL FOR CASH;
Therefore we can sell
By Twenty pe. Cemt
, than Huoses which sell oa Tibm, lW
To take oat of oar rmrfta. or frnsn thm reeketsof oT cus-
tnmets. Bennies, we cm take sslvsouute f the Markets
E, which it w .mrrrssititt lor Uioee to do who aeii oa
UaK, f aaarp
W. srs nlhnt
Delaines, worth 20 cents, for 12 cents.
De Beiges, worth 12 cents, for 8 cent-,
Plaid Merinos, worth 62 cents, for 37 cents;
Satin Striped Mixtures, worth 31 eta., for 16 cents;
Merinos, worth $1,00, for 75 cents;
And la fact, a splendid line of
Uneo,aad aa Northern Oaao.
Of all kiod, at ennLrdioary low pricea.
SILKS AND SHAWLS.
In rreat variety, te which we are moetarttlw sddtnr evert--
thuis: sew tbst appears in tne aurivet. We ciua t have
the best stork of ftoerai
I. the City, aad at erica, that DEFT COMPETITION
In creel profusion, very rbeap. snd Mi'Iiners snU do wsU
inspect u 1-4 ineoraervee RIBRONS ir.ea Wcnu ta
tmsir ijA At erteauva a-eurtosrat ol
MUiinerj and Dry Goods at Wholesale and Be tail.
Oar Sjstm Cash Only One Price.
SHERWOOD A OAKLEY.
aanU darw la N. 2ii Muperierr St.
A S MKN Frtmtk-N
r nij N't ria4jitii i
We desire to fi.lt 1 aue-.tioa to a letter from Dr. inahva
f. BTidi'i.OB Th Heelih l Amencan Wuiaen," ta eaotJi.
rcolama. Hetreatttne eah,ect ta ao able auuior, aaa
rut stkiAi saiUj rrrrMrTatl jixlKTasesiit ma ie re'ied pa-"
Mireliairi L'tence I utauiarom liu aiurd to be fa Jt as
waliubie ae it i caia.-tl u bt in Ban ter'Tt tcVe n afe
i BJicai eotifiien suhi Mtere. Dr. Wndf i a rsra.jj
'biavMuau of Terr ao aUetiumcuu a aaoi- ul tcrtrat tUmeitl
uaU diwrrimioatioa. a jafiirmo-t and hisblr HterfSsivi irr
cifoiier, n aii dasees, especidUlv Uitiee of wu-mi ai
Mairiiall'i Utenoe Cailtoitcoa! will cartel rr care al)
ihe i I'nr whice it i iwein4iHie 1.
I livtre ui svOisrejiCtoe lii it im thta connlrsr
ln t.4 wtirst cam I aave fur eset with Mansaila
UtenjwCatboliaroa u a cenaia aitd sate romeuj.
M ARSHALL'S UTERINE CATHfiLICOlf
Iaiibeita'incr a tiir4 u e irUavttle remedT l.tr ai th
CJiu,)iain'(i Ul wttrCtievciT woman l ilible, and whirb sTTSaJ-
altr att-t laeaiiud as well aetae MMlr, ao tfcat to (ht K,
laid or wurh; terAme alike a -nrce o( mJennw, if ot ita
(kSMbiitir. Aiwiiibi Ue complain e for wiiirb the emboli
c 14 eiTBied are r'aHias of toe W.rrb, Wai:e. tor-
prBSAas-ti. irrrgnur or r olul MenrMtlwo, HiomliitaT. lu
tlimiu' itsasS aisd L)isu4j uiTtli Kit Inert, or L'noari )r
:iui. K'trnmn or loroutirienre ol Inno. Hanbon, Co-
ti ene. NiTOuBjrea, e'tiatioars Pal pita umia, Cmair
Llit artn i bis9tp, and all tntut ., oraatcor aymtauietac,
Caiunrrted with t he utenise itkjos
liliae wliotre iroubltrd witb any of the aha-re wrmviama,
or with etJn, liver or lane tVKDplaiiatf, are lOTitsrd to avU
.! Ir BkI1KH. with mil ooridetce tuat tlvef will
had reiirfi Xai-wliaH'e L'tenne Cath.tirto a d a qnarl
tuevJn- iDf. Mn i:a irufriJit-nt have ba aviJ annwa ta liu
MeilH-Tsl Cfllv-sj'-av, sod th-r are axUseaeamce ot' any ie-ipsM-ttvt!-1
U.u nD la the couuttr.
Tiercr of MiKSUi LL'S VTF.RISE.CATHOU
COS 't Urn Do'Jmrd e Halt prr mi tnttl.
West "Br pro in, CtMhortoa Co . May 14, 1T.
Mr H B Iv'if.1, 8tr-l have Lvro Miiinc ih aiatMrt
(iDr of tue lirrurrrc ' 'ocipaiitr t'r the rest tn yeara. mod
hive tnvanablT I aud t.ten to riTf zwd eatieiactiten; .
tac tmI. I Uavr aniit !o j ertjl amnT l'aaiiii-11 as rexaiai'T
avthNria and ea're.aad with mr trti9 thy have tveeL-sue
1. !. irirli. Mairiiah' I'tr-na Ca'luiKoe imi
rioe tn" nt doae a crel etmonei nf ctvdit. female diteaa
eta. Od ladv 1 ski d t Ij uil t me -h had resr-eiTcd atort
lnQt i'on oats buttle Thaa he dhi fnea a lew eoaras of
BiarihCsU irtiaiaReut iw ihe ra't Kkilltol rti . sKuni.
YtMra trui), JAMa3 WtLSOW
JaBfUTf lit, lfctt.
ROBINSON S CEBTiriCATC.
VcBTfow, TramballCo . Mar let. .
This certiflea th tt 1 have Wen in very oot beaith lor
fnr and iaad htile nr ba tvlief a-"t-rem?loiii a somber
nf Ph.sn-isits. My dise wit Frulsiis Vie n. I had
let d rv-tiui e 1 br that and Flnaor Albos amil had becoiue
nlffirated to a roi lenhle fiiMt. Br the advir of Dr.
U W Builtncll I proctireiland tili it bottlen of Marshall's
UteriBr atvohcoD w.n h inalied m to attMid to div bu
baad is bit lest M'kiiew ant.l ha aird which was sboL
yvar sins-e. I have tikea three t Htles s'nee hisuvstn
wh(b h'vs made ire sh r to labor sad 'ipt. irt mr farniir ai
tlir children. Tbe(!athdicea has nearly ietored a.e lo
health. If itttltenulr thm th-u iaais auuaied siy seiler
iiur tor whach 1 foal rerr frateful
M ART E. ROBIXSON.
TheCATIIOLICOff u tor sale by City lvnist mod by
Medcioe dealers reaeraJly. )u ll'i
WUT IS TEE DE1JD SO CHEAT FOK
BECAUSE IT WILL, in all
astelf aaj etfctrtualiy rore thai muvh dieadei
til te Weat L-bille. Freer and Afte wiKrU'i fail, and in
all caeoa will oxtoterart the puisor. uf Malaria, of which
tirt Uoijsaiids do tcsufy, auJ, ualiate alt itlier aovriruau.
ii ksooiy ncumo a i r one cisnti uiiense!; auti an a
ttknic, it is uiiavuiiajisrd Wa will otter a few cTliecaa at
its worth, by uiea tM iiAduence aad luth standtnf.
Pnaeatoa, F.l , Seat. h. 1861.
Da . Mksn Dear Sir: For Mtrersl years aar I have aaod
yoar AtiUIC BALSAM ia aay ai pnttirs, aad km
closely tsoeerved its eflrvrta in hatdpij of cases, aad la no
ease has it tuVsd ta pioce tsw aawat happ eJSttct. J csa
aoet cbeerially twsroniaiend it as a cenaia apaiaaC for
Chilli, Faver aad A roe, and Malanaw Disease.
Truly Toun, H. ALSriX, U. D.
Marahall. Midi , Feb. lllh, 1SST.
Ob. Mass t Co. I have told Ursw aatDtust ef yowr
AGUE BALSAM t this vwnaily, and froe. say peiwmai
kfiow led re of it, I b tirve it the bst remly fr Clulla,
Frvar ud ATua nut an rr Uikji sv.tl is war State
UHciiuU7 Tours. U. A. HYDE.
AiUiebels, Ohio, Jsa 1st. 1MB.
Msisli 8 K. Mi?rr k Co. Oeata: In carivaitMr th
Staiee of Ohio and Mitrrtieau fur the sale of t diifnnt
reinvxiiea of wh ch wt have cnlil. vur atteM-a has tea.
ailt-tl tooiTve the rr. t tuuite tiat your AGL'K BAL
SAM has raioed for itself ia every place where sull it
rrSllf Sv-clDs t.i he THE PEGPLK S t .1 BEMfcDT, aad HS
salts more rauid tiian all othais It is eatU4ei to aitfar
sede all other erne Naaediee iu the amarket.
Very Truly Yonia, A- fc S HENDRY.
New Twk, Feb , Itfa.
MessBs S. K. Mnnu fc Co 47e'it- I lieve, at oor boose
ia St. LiMkUi, old your ACV K B A LdAM three years, sad
nave e:rtuliy rrerJ ns etftx-ts its ccaim, sod oi-ist. ia
all caod.vr. -v, 1 tit not ueiieve its quai ezit to alt the
world oi marine. To as arKr,at knuw ldre, at kaa
cured peniiOvutly every time, and 1 hav known it cssd
all o bet iem'uirs bad he.i tn- d m vaia, will, the Bakoat
happy reMilt. Ami what is more BLMabkablb, 1 aave oe.er
kisowo a eae but what rem loed enr.d, for at least that
Maauo. I have no K"'-'i--i in m-innnsnnlitr n as a iier
lect triomiah over Cr.il.s an4 Fever.
ahesiiectfa ly YsMUs, PBor. O. J. WOOD.
S. K. USX, Proprietor, Gallon, Ohio. Sold
bj fcli good Dnggiitu.
5 AY LORD fc HAMMOND,
More to be Admired tlian the
Eier Worn by Kingt Emptrort !
WHAT? WHY A BEAUTIFUL
H K D OF HAlK-neruse it is the orvasaeiit
God kima-lf vronOrd fr ail oar race. Header, aithoueh
th re oi iy bl'joia ever so brie Utlv in tha ciown wtes-k.
ine e- e or rvrr sn sparKUnr. ttte te n itiow or pni; .t
tlie bend is rsrfvn of i s csiverina;. or th. hair be snarleu aou
shriveltxl, Anvk end dm. or wore still, if stmottled with
rrav. nature will nitire than hah itmr euniat Prof.
WOOD'S HAtK Rr SiukAl IVk. if used two r three
'liiir a wck. win lecture aou permav euit semre to all
uirb aa orisariretsl HiaJ th Viiowiatr, acts lodtre. ihe
wntar ul ue axvt u the cUOrt'4 afiemst. I mULBEbo:
New V. rk. Ami 1. l-AB
D. Wnniv It3rT Sir: pTinit ue to express t yuu toe
ob i i-rarions 1 sm under iiw tbe ntire resi oi uoo ot my hair
o oiia,. nia. t-oitir awitji ma time ot mr airiTsi la the
Called ri-Mite, it was np.tllr rr.jm nr in?, bat ap the
aiioisratto i oi rour"H.UH r k.Sl oH ATI VC." it aaj.i rsw
einprraifstitsnfiaai atie. ri,itw vtar Hrswratrve as a
tjoucriiii idt cut met. qui' em ac is4U sa wei as u'rb.
i am, aeax sir. yours iru y, b. fHALKiCi.,
DTCtf f.WTtiEiifDCT." Welsh KeersoeDcr.
Offlce, U Nvhs street, April li late.
Psf.r O J. Wood Dear Sir- Some month or six weeks
aco, 1 reoired a butiieoi y..ur Htr Betorative. and rave
mr wile, siw c.tociaaca 10 in u on tier aeao, UUie
tbiukiiiff at the tuiae that it would restore the gray hair to
its one. ail color; ' at m h-T nnd mv surunse, alter a lew
weeks' trial, it aa liorrosxl i bat wodr.al rtfuct by tarn.
irtff ill tne rrsy burs lo taui bruwn. at tne MOae 'du
osaat itvuvr ami tni'-semoc tneasir. 1 evtrone v ncoaanrmi
tne abuTr Kt.sloraUTa to all irvtoe In wvnt of S"tba
ciungeoi taeartuir. LHaMLsa Ja,ttlJaW.
New Tork. Jnlv & 1M7
PsoF O. J. Wood With rralVleare do 1 rrotnixeiH your
Hair HMtorative, ss reiuz ine um enrexiooaaTiicie i rver
saw. hiace uaiite; toar Hair Keatorutive, my hair sad whiit.
Kers. wbira were airoost wuite, aave snuiuauv arnjwatiark,
and dow I f. contvlr-tU ttist a lew awvr spoiinitioos wil
lest'sre them to ther aa-orai color, it uas also relieved bm
all daQiirurf and nDDtr-saaiit Uchiiiat at cobdoi
rArt4iis wbv M-rsi4.re U9.j. J. U. JLii.lt Y
Psoe. Wood About two rears tro. war hair eommmmctd
tniTiio tray; i was fast hear mtns On.d and had Tried many
Miles to so nxn. i nosusssrsced aeioe voar ttew rai its
Jaooary U. s iw aipiiraiio s issiened my bir arm li
lt twcao k titl ut. BTuw out, and turned bark to its formal
trntiir bist-k. At this tiane. it uiolly restore ' to itserii'al
oolur. hea th.aod arpeajaice. aitd I eaeeriiillr raroran.eud
ur use io an. ,1. U- hum.
Ctucssfo, llliawts. May 1 , leST.
The RESTOR ATlVJ! is Ditt uo in botttea 1 1 three siseer
mrre. Biedinm and unalJ. The vniuil ht.lda half a DinL. and
retails nr $1 per but tie. The medium holds at least twenty
Pr rent, more in prvpertton rtua the imitll. and ratal la fi.r
i per bott le. 1 he lane bo:ua a quart, lorty per ccat.
roDorti n. ai d retails :or 43.
. J WOOD fc CO . Proisciritora. VI swrasdwae. Naw
York, (in (he ereal N. Y. Wir lUiiioc eatairlullAeat,) aad
114 Market street, M. Louis, Mo.
And sid bv alt iokI UruttgiUs and Fa- cy Goods Dealers.
TUI C(LKBBATR UOLLAVD klMXOT 101
DISEASE OF THE kID.EYS,
WEAKNESS OF ANY KETI)
FEVER AND AGUE.
AadUMvmrtoAairecti4 saesa aeUsordereel
STOMACH OR LIVER,
es f ivdirestion. Alditv of the Stfmisrh. ColK-tr Pains
Has rt barn, Isoss of Appottte, le pstweBrv, Costtvenoss
Bhiid and Pleedios; Plies. In sll Nmoui. rthenpsattc. and
Nearaleic Alfnctiias. i ha ia aumsrotis jititaii. es proved
kuxMy iwiKtie-ial. and in othrs etlcetcd s decided care.
1 tin ! a at. re It vrretahia rtatu Ltuid . urrtsarasl 4ta a rssM l
oner i ilea, after the manner of the relet, racrtJ
illaud Profritsftr. Boerhsv. Because et l' rreat socrets
mot uf the Kurepean States, its ibtrodtieilua into the
Uuitt-d Mate was intended more especially firthoeeofnui
fs't.ertaitd srsiured hare and thereover tkefareoftms
mlehty country. Maetinai with rreat tveas imonr. them,
now ofler tt to tne Americaa pa'lic, kuowinr t hat us
tmlv wondertnl medteinsl vinuee must he acksowledeed.
It is nartst-a larlv reCAmsaended to thono Mnou wittr
eoastitutioas aiay have tie imoaired bv the coaiinixs
of ardent spirits, oroiUer toratts of dississ'ius. Ga
erally instaidanetiosin efTMt. it hnds its way Jirscily to tla
seaioi uir, turiiime us ,titresautjeery nerve. raisiitfap
drooninsf soint.aaud. ta taet. lai iMiis aw kaw.Ltk as.aai
vcir ta tie sTBteaa.
NOfU'E- WatvereXDaetaU (lad this a evvraTeiL
dilapidated; hut to ti Mrk, wsaa aod low spirited. It
iiruvs a aTaXetniajiaatal ic cordial, peiissese1 ot aiaia.ar
BThetTee W"Unt04thi(1elirhttal Amai has lasdoc
ed man tmitatieos. whvrh the p i' ischoeld (nerd esintt
rr, i as iner. Be not pentaaded to bv aayth rif else u til
i! 'isva an vwn DaBruvj rit4 isisssj dm tars a isjr uiai. un
a.tl will rrvovince y o tv itsiiaule.y sepen- st is to all
rsv- gold at at. iv par i oiiie, or six aorxiee tor u,ou v
BENMMIN PAGE, JR. CO..
rhraacentlsts aii fheoJits,
Sou I. Fl.relaad kv Osrlord a Haanoail. W1I4I
F'.tks. C S MscltaBSie. F. E. CnarcSill, Dr. Cnaa. 4
Ames Beahn atroa, aa Orasauu rsa.ra.ir.
GKBMAN CATHOLIC FAIR.
Fair will be hld at Uto Nat:oi4I. Hai.L. 00 1
Lhst KaTIOMAVL HaVI.L. QD TI k 4.
DAY sod WEDNESDAY. October ljk and slii. U the
benafit of 6t. Peter- ( harh. lu.-w m iurae of erriuia um
tlwconiT of Sape i'.r aiid Dt're -tireetiv Thepubueaie
re-tpectlijlly iiavuevl to attend. Tfitrt. lT'Cnti.
sepCOdtd 111 h. D.;TTMFR. fecv
TflK ILKVELAD yfXJilSlLi; "
Opi9ire BBt-mcta HtiM, Oiatmrlw 4.
TAS. DICKINSON, Proprietor ani
J Iiastnror ,ir T S. IU'KlNS.N Proii-vjr ol
0niia-tic- and LaieV raiiyesau), u the 1leelaud L'si
vrrsitv. Ur. hM , Wiirr C'Ua, txd Feaaie eiaawv
rtita Ins ii BiAoii ta auw rTiiKUivnl W onsrd '.or the Phv--teal
KdiisiB oi ail. Te Aopa-a'U- ea.p!f,y4d. asul lo-UraAfcAws-nvva,
caiiiot b-ui do.kpt's wtKi flfreort wi
the haedj. wULvact the rtit of eaUaasos iisM anv out tr omti
IfTinrr?, lor G-el meu, fie per rear. iu ed-raar
C7lAliee' ef d l'lllldrnS riaaava fn ra 1 fa n t U
Tt-rms, a Ler y.r. u advaitc .
Cw Ladtejrw. Childrsa aoi olhers a-a tunicd ta rsll iid
For Sale or Rent.
FOR RENT DWELLING HOUSK
No 96, in Brsr Rlnck. sre t .!..-! S-ncca str..
aetwesa ot. CJaar and Lake strata s'or terme an- :. u
J. A HARRIS. l..vrrl o
BOAT iOR SALE. A four oarea
Kosr Soar, "ltd o.n. a Housa n ran V aera
near tbe Fo-est Citr Ice House, a or teres, call om iUm
auoscrtber. at tae tia.atilu sn.,p of H j..q: . so. ;
Fatsl.or.il atreet. E. H. AtKERiIAJ
oc d JM
HOUSE AND LOT hOR SALE
LOW FOB CA.H.-No !3 Src ad stfeet: Lot tt
b 10 fetrt, ri h a mnfor'able Dweiime Ht Qse aad Barn
AlaoTwo iWlvLaLiaSUsS. om lawt-d Laid. e-jM.isiae
Ala- Tea SHARKS ie. the Clerelsad fc Olniered PIsjU
nusu vi rniuiis. fted4UirV i.1 I UMJ
On tha prftoi.es
LUX FOK SALE. A desirable Ut
tMisistiitf oftxie arte, sittinred near tbe s erxisJe bees
UAAtry. fur sale cheap, aUkti oa easy term.'- li-qnir ul
gQli KOtE fc JKNMNGS
IPOF KENT desirable front OF.
H' E M the second flour, aear the Mercluau' Baak
oa 3upe-hr w r-ct. lufuire of
HOUSE fc JFNNING9,
107 Heal Elstite Acai
TOR SALE CHEAP. AN INTER
JL. est in-he Fixtures fcc., of a Mannfartannf Esiabiisfe
Baeat iwtiiie loo uer re t jnc $Tutt ior wluch lowaj
wssieru la. ids w:Ii be Lakeu.
Address P. P., Drawer li jnMMtf S
LTMAlf LITTLfc. MltLAM M. LITTLfc. ELL I.UTU.
LITTLES & KE ifES, Dealers in
hCL EaTATK Omce.overee Sapenor a , Cleve
' j 'a' ,1e,aiaotli- on band s larre tiujun y oi ver
Cv-d f aanmi; Laod in lowaaod Wiacutiata, wmch we will
eillowiorLash.orexrhaufeior Pcrsoul Pr.sriT. Cut
or roatitrv He.! Ett! mrii .ir i" 5
i PARMS FUR 8ALK. Four farms
ta vifinity m Clsvvlsitsd- orsce iross St.'iuv lo S- is..
Ao, awveral Honsee aad Lola m Use tUty lor sae vcif
Also, a Woelea Firtory, Raw Mill, x Dwvliii.
House's nd.Ul acres oi land at Bedford, iitciout on C
fc P. R R, w.ncii se wi.; sell on, toug time r will ex -cbaiKe
lor ntv aroparty.
Alsu.SuwMill, Cordmc Machine. Hrase and 90 acres o
ISAd. X miles out oa C. fc M. A. R .at Aetora.
Also, J fine iatniiy Hwrse-.. aied several seeoad-baa
WiAtuos ami Harness. A li ior aaie very ehetiu sU a iue,
credit will be iven ll Jeared.
Also, several gonl Houses to rent.
tehti-Jtl 5 Hrri.K8 fc KETrS. qvt?tCT Sop
FOR RENT. A BARX, C0NVi
aientlT located. Enquire ( Sapenor St.
Mircn 10, -V mui; -11' S
CCHOLARSUIFS FOR SJLE IN
KJ ths, Ijri C:nmrrial Coils-f es is the coaoiry. CaUat
I. KT-ef r""v'tt1-e Ri,.."l t-"J
WAITED A HOMK WANTED.
" Y Wikw Lvdv, for herself end da'-;uter,
where ! ca fivsj her sen tre Hts4-keeper, or iska
tne entire cnaixe ot a OentUtmnS am ly, lea- a tmiil
fS"2r A Wk1 twm' PwtiTcd. Apo, at
th e.tfsU Hotjm ffi.e orb
ftIO OOO yOSHY AD VAN C-
rJLVjV V- V-r ED iutuau to uit st ihm old
land and well khown WAiNERS OFFICE on Go:rf and
Siiev Watrhes, JwIry, Di:m.on. s, Cans Pistols, he
Business riiictly private. Cilice .V.. 3 Wster M , rorner
Supernr(p staij-stabiulied uileSl. tr-nfrom 9 A
M loaP. M. Watches nJ Jrwa-rv ' ais al banrajae
Tnvt? 1'f n-r c-.,.,. i,t Fr 1-,n
t? O A KD IN (x. The House No. 24
-A-- Pui.it-- Svure and byiai St ne Charcn one oc ta
p seMsauaWit ltc3tiors iu the Citt is bei.ur t.ior, n;bl re-p-Ms-eo.
sud will be i-peo-ti for ba-.r.eri tc oh r let
raiBiiitrs ishinc to lurni-h their own rrors-. can be ao
comiaodatid with iarre and conreBirnt r .oni and betl
rouaia; nd S tur.e btasu-dera aou Dy Beiaruere wn had
rood as-v-osamoilMtions. on ea-o-iah r.n i .stiaa .
exciudtd. attcreects ciaa and rec-ivtd
Boarding. General Notices.
"'0T1CE TO CONTRACT O'li ST
" PROPOSALS will be rvce-i.ed a. tlie clfiji of the
rj.yCill kaiir iwerof the tiyoi CJevelsnJ, r-mjl .'o'cior-fc
r ii . (..-it. javje ior ine frjiiQf mua liaprovice oi Chita
plsia iTf t
Fiuusuud Specific! tiwma can bo seen, and more nariim.
tar inl irm u ou oUiuuedet soJ ivii. lAAeei 's otce. sjter tire
j'ha brd of C.tr ImproTentfbta imito tbe sarjmlOB at
bias, lesajiviur the rub- to at c- pt or reject tha saa
fil order ot the tlo.ird
, , , CD Biart-. P, Citv Civil iDrrnttr.
C a--r.ilar.ds Oc. Stb. t 6 ti-iw -i-i
10 00 REWARD wiU be paid
LJAUVtJ fer tne rocovo r of ti.e bJy .(
PKTEB MCLHOLLAND, A SAILOR,
Wno was drrsmed oa Tnesdiy EreriiaT, ths 5ata a't
ao .at m.s anJ a i,ail antes irea tlie Ci.selstJ f ir. He'
was ul a.L.-diaaa ii-, dira roaiiilcxwa. bisi-a t-url I .ir
srwl soon". Svssnt.ro . irs oi a, a.ij oa era. sa' i as
paola. coarse boots, ajcaon alurt, will. danis,e ...ruuit.
., J- Mrk 1 11. tin r.
V tot .leer. -;..I;,J
NOTICE to RRIDUE lilULDtW
1" rKOPtsALt will l received at ta Olfce i.f tAo
lu, 4 ml Eiicioer of the 1'nr of r eTelai-j oatil Is
"i-uicltM . Ui-iuflsr 1hii, 1.3, fur Boliniue I,,. !.ijr
trncmrvof a tqro-Taoi. lrra l!rio. -u ba I. caleu al
tlie aleia and Liaut Ilvose S'rreta. rrua.mr it's Co.aiioea
riser, m saU I i.r .f t l.e:an.i; .uij tjr d;, tr, be two
koulriil lest in leastb. tulr-.f feet si ale, and rartuae-stas
eojtliet o sod e hn't last.
rises aul .peeinratio a will ha received, areoainaiinnc
tae prp.iea!s lor baiklinc the so tue
The Board of C IT lu pruTemaiin ii site the rahmi'stoa
of bids, re.er.me, 1 he rishi to acrrpt ut rn-et tha .am.
By Older uf the b.uia.
, , j , C. U. BBHttP.CltTC.TUEntinrer
Cterfllapa yert 7Tth. lo. w y"i 'a, ts
St WKLl. 11 I LAKS. and
AULA 1LS S CLAHK, PH.,
i.t Jl-sl'icl: t tt hi.
Li.assi.A7a t I'Waaaur,
GEO H BENHAM. I P.
ABFL DOWNS, snd
skAbl BY s s'OIUJ, Dfta.
AT our iDStanc, an atUchment has
been n-aed or U H Hn.ham, Joa.ic. of the Kw.
tia.eld I b;Whaho. eaa nss Utt fuoi s. chatuls, ns i.u as
credi.s of asid Atrl lioaot aiw SeaturT S. Ki-ru u. a
claim OB a lOUxmext rendered ia Bta.rnus. PS.rtaav'.u.-
tr. Ol u Ltatas. 11, Ti.e r... sr,i b. t. r trial at
clock. A. ov. eth, laSe. at aal Bcahttsa s otSce
Clevelatd, 3h. MJWEI.L 1. I LAHK. '
, MlLlll) S CL.tm
Sep em' eTad. !!. VM u3sr H
TflK aVii W CO UNIX M AT--Acreeabiy
to MfBiv, we aerebv nory oar frvet ds
aud pmruus, a Irrle in sdvan e ut pul.lta.tva. thaa vr
NfcW MAP OF Ct'YAHutiA l!Ot N I Y ie neat.y rtsv
pleted. and that we intend 'o cmnu. fu e delivern g them to
suiwenoers in ahoot three weeks Huaing f-psred do labor
or axpenae ta atakint: ihe Maps a very aupenoc ar tele is
its Hue, we shil CoaiiaUciUiy expect ta tiud oar taMrees
fcviimyi g. H. MATTTIPWS KO
T 1- JjlaSHKlt ,2s UTAH 1' PUBLIC
fj lor C rtha cooaiy. ars, LAN D and Gk.SkHAL
AUfc..Nr. alt coda to ad Notuial i o wns ; nectM'atea
Lueas; sel s aud eietaues C'rty kiid Coontr Ksrai s stato.
We-(era Laiu' a. a a : i.ui.-rti Hr m .d r -.M. n... mi
rstes T tics; tfr.wi led Monrees, Leees, sc. He-
wwi ins umre. .-o z atrr:or rtrert, m O Cutter
Bui dint-, over Alurt'et s Harow .ir Siore sen d m
Oaoce ot lue Limixiissi'aMrs tar CavhtAgj
. via 4iin, JsilXUH Iff a.
the atses-saent aa i taX.H ot ail pp.Lcrtv in Ihu stain.
for levjinf taxes th.rcoa, accorJina- a its trut vales ia
v.'"tue roenmi-siooera. at iheir Jaue aefjnsaa. ial
Jiiaed the Ctty of Clot eland three Districis, aa lurt.
Th int, 3d and 3d wsrds to cfassttiate the 1st District
Tre4ih. 5-h, (th snd 7th Wards 2d
The tin. h. hea and ll'h Wards -
Eaca TuwuoiD is the Coaatr e-ostitote a sorsraTa Dj.
. WlUlAM FLLLKH.
aol9 rtJiw ftw ion i le'k of he B.rrJ.
LOST JUL 30. AT ABU LT 12
O'clock, on -he Plnnk Hood from 4 tevelaad to New
burclt, between the l oll Gals anil Amfnru House aa old
Porte Monaaie, eon' ainn g one S3.isuu note, one $iisv not
and anuther note on whirb there was st m Sin dam. and
ether vsluaole papers, aa Am wan Half lsH .r ail at
wbo bi weiuiis; w .nr jwe ikj Adams. Any laiormniion
whicb will lead to the r coverv f tbe Porte MsAmatasua ansl
conrenu will be liberally rewsrded.
July 31-dtl .
REMOVAL. A R. REDDINU
Merrharit Tailor, hasreaamed htstajiuriaf estaOiksa
ne .t to No 3b Prosjpssrt , in BatUer'e Vlock. vntrs he
will fe hii ur to see his eld frtesajs. He is prepatvd ae
bshM te stake Cubing in the laieat and stoat run'otutli
pOKONER'S OFFICE 2 ABBEY
SrkEKT C Wsasat ftialsal Msirika i trmT at Pearl mmA
Lrauatiets. .txce MLf also be ltut a& Mr. How.acd',
St CI aim rest novll dl an
PHENILLE AND 3IANTILLA
J sbAW a at.m-ihirtff aetr ellA. an aoaileaB vanety o
oot lea, at gnz, barrj turn.
CITY MILLS STORK
CAMPHENE, CARBON & COAL
k.. law s LAMP STORE. 83 Oatan. St,
th. beat Self-Geaeratinf Spirit Gas Lamp m enaCeac
sVsalee a lanre aes -natent ol Lamoe all nar cant ra,iM
ahaa oaa be hadelsesrb.r.. iai21:v
VEW PAPER. RECEIVED THIS
v . UAT, sta eaaaa Bens paDer Uaasriars, at No. .
Real Estate Agency.
KB41, fcT ITU UftUh. '
lOHVlTII STSkST, (t4TS C. A. SkA. SCO.'slAJIS )
ANDS IN IOWA. WTsrnvsTv
Michiran aad Illiaots. Tor sate ftom S2 to Sla wvl
acte lorandoa losajenauts. AisoCli, nrooert, S ara,
Lands in Ohio for sal. and exensnre. Loaea arotta
aaa. .n w aa.aas n sa H4B F BUTiS,