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mop genawfe t Co., 1 eaa 1S7 Sayencr strati,
CTSTAiiUiH AM) MEXICAN QCAkTEltS; all.
Shillings and aupescie, oooatu at $1.15 per oance. !
CttlS. A. BEAD ti CO., Bankers, No 46 Water street.
opposite tne rant uince.
N.B. Spanish .inartera win avera nearly twentj-tliree
IsadiCestiwu, Liver win plat in la, stad
HOLLO WAY'S PILLS oast-klr remove obnouaus But
ter rum th blooa. and thoruaeiilr cleanse and rroovjte
the erstem. Taeaa Pilla are a certain remedy far diseases
in Moaairfc ana B weu Sold at the sunafactanea,
No. M M:uJog Luw, New York, and No ail Strand. Lua
don, and bf ail Drotgiaa, asm , ait e and $LUI par
r- cfp?7 R3t
t""T0 SMOKERS & CHEWERST
-No fwntlt-m-m vu-uj tu the nociciy U ladies, with
kis tfeth ducolored sod breath taiatod wib tobacco. For
parifmtff the nwnih after rawkinr or chewirir, FON
TAINE'S CRU4M OP WILD FLOWERS" to one of tin
wot offortnat daatri&ces in use. It whitens tit teeth
strengthen tho (tw, and imparts to the breath, so cftoi
offeasiTe. ao agieaMc fragrance.
FOR 8H A.VlNO.IU itch lather penetrate andaoftena
the boar J, prevent irritation, and renders the operation
omt and agreeable. F. 6. FONTAINE t Co , 306 Broad
way, and No. C A star House, New York. Sold by ai
J. ii. Barae fc Co., Proprietors of the Cleve
an i Plonlinx Works, At water Blurs, are prepared
with art lore of experienced workmen r doing srery
ajrituw of Pla-abia-; in the must thomo-l. manner, ua
ho mostscieutilic blans.oa reasoaabl- term, and cn short
otic. Lareestocks vf Foaulaiuof diff-rem strles and
Its. Bathinc Tons of cart iron and wood. Imed with
lanod-cupiker, steam beaters, lead ai-d nra.vaiuzod irua
inpoi, Leatheraud lu-ha Rubber Ho-, v-ry dtcnpti.Ao
t Brass aul PlateU C ks. includm; t'ie P-.ea- Sr-lt-c.os
ikf Corks, recently introduced. Wmi. Buwii, and all kiud
fWiW Works ir'ixiiucM. iu-irt cOMUi.Uy on baud Ail
work warrant!. aue-diLWtf.
WIGS ! WIGS ! ! WIGS! !
BATCHELOR'S WIGS AND TO CP FES surpass all.
They us elegant, hebc, oast and durable.
Fitting to a charm -do turning up beLiod no shrink ing
Wtha head: indeed, this is the only Es abikhment when
those thing art: prooerly uitders o d and masJe.
233 BroaJway. New Turk.
an2S:Ja;wem201 W. FISKE. Cleveland. Otoe, Axeat.
IMPORT AyT TO FEMALES.
DR. CHEESEMYS PILLS,
Prepares by Cornelias l. C'hreseMaa M D
NEW YORK CITY.
The combination of ingredients in there Pill are the re
stilt of a long soul extensrre practice They are mild. ia
t hej operation, and certain ia correcting all irrsgalanues,
Faintol Mentruaiion,ren-tmiif all obsiroctinoa, whether
from cold or otherwise, headache, paw in the tide, palptta
ica of the heart, whites, all smuu aflertiouz, histencn,
f sugne. psin in the back an bmbs, kc, distmbed loep,
which ari'-e from ir4errup.ion nature.
TO niBKII) LADIES,
Dr. CSeeseman's Pill are :drajuabletas tbey will bring on
t he m-mihlr peri A r.ai regularity LaJics wh3hre been
dmppinted in the ue ofoher Pilsean plure the atmos
CoandeDce la Dr. Cheesenun's Pi'Udotia all thai the; rep
resent to do.
There w one condition of the female yjf-s ia ahck the
fJli cammot be taktm r.Xoat pmtmant PECULIAR RE
SULT. The coarfifiva rrfrrrtd to i$ PREQSANCYtke
remit, MISCARRIAGE . -Sdk u fk- trresMabU ttmdmcj
the swdtaae fa restore Ike aexMol fmnctwtu o a Mr
aeadtftoa, thmt even tkf rryroductirt sower of aofarr rawao
Warranted pin-It tcx stall la, and iroe froea anything m
jariooa. Explurit d.rectiow. wlikh skonM be read, acrom
puy arich box. Piice SI- Sent bj mail i onrloaing $1 to
DB CJEXKLirt L Ceeescmas, Box 4,531, Post Office.
f OLD BY ONF DKC.uIST IH EVE t T TOWN IN THE
t .MTED STATES.
K B. IfUTCHINGS.
Oeceral Agent for the Catted States.
1 Chambers-St , New York,
To akiVSi &ll tehoUtele orUrM akouU bt oAdriMed.
hr WM TIK
TO TME LDtF.8 OF THE U-ltTfTD STaTFS:
It has bcea soy t od fortana t restore to health aun
thooruuU of my coustry-wumen.
Mr access ha excited the maiica of the ut1ou and
joalons; bat ther pcrs-rntiits hare osrreU only to expend
and estsh iih my lepuia' ion. Showers of gmttinl ofienugs
hare lalkn upon mr rabway, froca the fair anflerers whom
I hare relieved- So long u I in l.eid in alfi-rtionate ai d
thankfoJ remembrance by those who have experienced my
skill, I ca ffnl to lesnise h : efforts of mttchMf-makers
Mr friends bare repeated urged me to place mj modi
tne for prodaeing mnn'rtuti :n with: a ths reach ol the
Ladieaof the United State; tat an iudiioaitiac to enter a
field so nrcjipied T Qiacki, with tbeir pernicious nostrums
anl a feV'iiia tjapncip.ed cottatcrieiters saiglit palm upon
the pat ht fteir worhiess Inuiaiiaus, have hither o pre
vontod n.e from crsbusUnf use uric- for the sale of my
AMIE DE FEM ME," in the Cmied Siaiea.
Axiat,I yiold to the entre-ities of patients and friends,
and offer to the sutfenng Female of America a medic ice
which has rtnderi4 me snae-abu fanu-usthrouehca: the
larefard to the f mcaryof the "AM1EDE FEMME," I
need only say, that it ?s ia h.joid form, and is exact lr sorh
as I hare utedin mvprarti'eiB Frane,for manr year, and
that it hasnerer failed to secoi-e a satufactorr nsnlt.
Tho "Amis de Femme" and enEtma?ioa stand tn the re
lation of cause and affect. It alike powerful to orgiaaie
a ateallhr meistrxu) sw where it turer has existed, aitdto
restore it where l' has bcea frum anr cause eufipreFaed.
Ia order to gnard agaraat imooMH .a, the wrapper of direc
taOoa oa earh bottteot the"Axiede Fcrome" hl bear me
wnttea signature, and both tho bo:tl and ecc kmg Ux
mil be sealed with av prirste scat.
Price, 3.00 a
DR. P. H. RICORD.
For sale. Wholesale and Hctoit, by WILLIAM FI-KE,
No. S3 Superior street, Cleveland, ho will ntpplt the
Ami de Femme" at the Proprietor' prices.
anlo dawiT 6
HE BEST ARTIFICIALHELP TO
THK HUMAN SIGHT LVLK l-NVt iTtU!
K. H. S0L0M0XS0N.
Peactical awd Scientific Opticas,
eep u Urreet assortment of tho most approved kinds ot
PECTaCLES AUhisglajwM, whether for near ot far
aghted, are ground under his own inspection, by machine-
y of anew coiisi ruction, with the reatert care, so as to
asit the eyes ia a' I cases, curing Y'eaknas, Dunioi or
ajCtfamartOa e' the Eyes, and Imparting strencih jot Jong
roadlag or fine sewing.
y N. H. Solomonsoa 'roald here inform the public
that he employs any one in the sale o: hi lenses.
Cr Also.a splendii assortment of SPY GLASSES MI
CBOSCOPES, COMPAS.NES. kc . kept on hand.
Insered without pain,aa perfect as natural.
CBOffi'e 3d Superior street .under the America a Hotel.
Obotbb aid Baebr'b Fa at
ilt Skwiss Macbimki.
The partiralar attention o
Ldie ii called to the abore
Buebine, which poteetiee the
following decided and nn
muuxable adrutagee :
lft. Cotton if osed u it if porchaaed on fpoolf
.without re-winding; faving time, trouble and
li. The trouble and perplezUy of tiling a abut
tie, (aa in other machine,) if in (hit aroided; no
(bottle U employed, the under thread being need
root a large spool.
3d. It if very limpid yet itrorg in oonitrnction,
eaaflj learned and kpt in order, and doet not re-
jnire to be taken apart to be oiled.
4th. The etitch ia alwayt distinct, even and reg-
alar, and will not Hp though every fourth ttitch
tth. The ftitrb if at elutic at the moat ebutie
Thif Machine embroider! beantifuCy.
Ladiee and otbert interested in the faring of
labor are invited to call at the aalee room of the
labacriber and examine for themseiTea. The
abore maehinee are freely ahown and aamplea of
work given at ail timea.
The services of a lady and tlie dm of a machine
aan be obtained by tlie day in families, by calling
at tne room of Mr. Hnpkina. Terms $1,50 per day.
Northrop A Bpangler'f Block,
Pnnrir at., or atatra.
OYSTER DEPOT. C. S.
M 1LTBT' ('ate H H k Mtbj',)
CLU.bt.AlHJ OVMEHS "ill b.
Ftraa I establishment ia Xaltimora-pot ap ia caaa, and
wr nted ifes atid cint or hiul.
A'tn HTKMErtCALLY SF.ALFD OYSTEB8, LOB
STF.KS. CLAMS, SitCidOrKtn asd Sarllnea acpt oaa
atamlf tm uaiwt
Bal into e. Sew Trrk ,M Prmceia Bar 8hell Oriteia
Wil ne iwt .ft ' mi w i.ini .
PCBACKI-HS f t - e. hj th; harrl.
ty OK.ANoKS. LEMONS, and rl.JARS. br the box.
W. W UAINKS Ami,
ocl No. W Sry ri'TT 'Tet. f.
. OYSTEl?S ' OYSTERS '
iJ Freah Can Oratrra. Hennetirall, Sealed
3Ti- eo uo i i. j i a .no and
LIUit a . n r A N HUK .
vartl No Oa'ano Street
CPICED OYSTERS! SPICED
kOTSTF.HS i Tf too artfh aometotc to rtre an appanta
callatSANPOKN'S. No. 9 Ontario St.. and cet acme of
those me Spirrd Ojstera Warraatad aren uava, and
lmj am ataa caeap.
HT-U V.kH. SANBORN.
CITY & NEWS ITEMS,
FHIPAT MOBMNCi. OCT. H, 165S.
T5:or GnnroldkCa Dry Ooodt, 4k. (Weeklr l
aot Ea.wortk ft Co. Hoa Fnridhiiif Ana-Ira. fcc.
s. Karnwnd m Co. Oil C'atha, Carpeu. fcc.
Tatlor. Gnawold t Co Dry Good,.
Cooirr Fain. Although yeatenlay'a wind
waa heavy and the cold severe, the Dumber of
visitors at the Fair ground was not apparently
lessened. The different halls were filled to
overflowing with spectators and large numbers
were gathered around the riding ring, and the
stock pens. The exhibition of poultry is very
large. There is no comparison at all between
the Sandusky State Fair and Cuyahoga County
Fair in this respect For a lone distance on
the North aide of the grounds are ranged coops.
two and three deep, filled with all varieties of
Geese, Ducks, Hens, Doves, Pidgeons, Ac., Ac.
A P. Winalow, Esq., exhibits fifteen coops
of fowls from the American House Farm, some
of which are splendid specimens of the feather
ed tribe. In these coops may be seen the enor
mous and important Shanghais and B ram ah
(two hens, one of each of the abore species
weigh together tvuty pounds,) the diminutive
Bantams small enough to be put in the pocket,
and yet so full of spirit as to drive many of the
larger kind before them, the Silver Pheasants,
glistening and shining in the sun, the Doves
some with ruffles around their necks like the
Court ladies of Queen Elizabeth's time, and
some as sleek and smooth as a piece of poluhed
marble, and many other species too numerous
Mr. Shaw exhibits a coop of Cleveland Grays,
a cross between the Malay and Shanghai which
make a very fine appearance, being large, tall
D. P. Byers shows a good number of Ban
tams which look finely.
Here, as in every department of the Fair, we
conlJ find no names on much the larger portion
of the articles exhibited. The loss of mention
must therefore be upon the exhibitors. A few
pens of Guinea Pigs and one or two ol Rabbits
kept the children in raptures at the sight of
the "dear little things."
The display of stock was good, although not
as large as we should have wished. Many fine
Cattle were on exhibition but we eonfess to our
inability to tell all the different breeds, and
must therefore class them all together. There
were some noble cattle, who might be safely
placed beside the ancient "bulls of Bashan" for
weight and strength.
But very few Hogs were on the grounds, but
there was a good display of Sheep. Some of
the latter especially "took the eye" in regard to
size aud fleece.
Many good horses were on exhibition which
we could not judge of with the eye of a con
noisseur and therefore left them for the award
ding Committees to select the best.
Among the articles which especially attracted
our attention yesterday were a number of
stoves from P. MchTec, a large specimen of coal
from Wheeler t Hammonl, a combined Rifle
and shot gun exhibited by A. C. Ransom, of
Rochester, X. T., which seemed to be just the
thing for a companion in a month's walk thro'
the woods, and cases of hair work from Wm.
Day, from Charles FleiJner, and D. Green
field, the last of which took the first premium.
Pratt & Ty lee's Washing Machine for cleans
ing and rubbing all manner of goods from a
carpet to a lace collar, took the first premium.
This is a very simple machine, not liable to get
out of repair. The ladies evinced their appre
ciation of its merit by keeping a crowd about it
at all times watching its operation
It was feared that the rain of Wednesday
night would have injured many oi the articles,
but owing to the exertions of the President
A. A. Jcwett, Eaq., who remained dnring the
whole night upon the ground, nothing was in
jured in the least, so far as we could learn.
Soon after noon yesterday, a procession waa
formed of all the premium stock and horses,
after which the ring was cleared for the trial
of ladies' equestrianism. Four ladies competed
for the prizes as follows :
Miss Lucy A. Wight man, escorted by her
father D. L Wightman, Esq , rode a bay horse
with all the ease and courage imaginable. She
was dressed in a black habit, black basque trim
med with gilt buttons, black riding cap and
Miss Maria A Booth, of Brecksville, escort
ed by her father, was attired in black velvet
habit, white bat with crimson trimmings. She
rode a small bay horse, which was under perfect
subjection to her, lying or sitting down at her
Miss Agnes Rogerson was dressed in a black
habit and basque, black hat and feather, and
bite collar. She rode a dark red horse.
Miss Emily Hanks, riding upon a coal black
horse, waa dressed in black habit and hat, white
collar and cuffs.
The ladies all rode remarkably well, several
impromptu races showing that they did not fear
rapid locomotion. The awarding Committee
consisted of J. K. Curtis, Esq.. J. P. Ross,
Esq., Gen. J. W. Fitch, Gen. Wilson, of Mays
fielJ, Col. S. D. Shackelford, of St Louis, Dr.
G. E. Ames, and Capt L. A. Pierce.
The first premium was awarded to Miss Booth(
the second to Miss Wightman, the third to
Miss Rogerson, and the fourth to Mias Hanks.
This closed the Fair, and was the signal for
starting for home.
On one way to the gate we stopped in search
of an item, on seeing a horse with harness and
blanket on, lying on the ground and a man rol
ling over him, standing upon him, Ac. Th'
horse soon got op at the word of his master and
we found it to be " Yankee Boy," owned by
E. J Bates, of Bedford, a horse that, although
oaly four years old, has taken many premiums,
and is destined to take many more. He ia a
Th following officers have been elected for
the ensuing year: President, A. A. Jewe'.t.
Vice President, J. Hurst; Treasurer, B. H.
Stair, Secretary, Wm. DeWitt; Executive Com
mute, B. Martin, E. 8. Willard, J, G. Gleason,
C S. Gates, and J. G. Ruggles.
The receipts have been between 81, 000 and
$1,300, being much larger than any previous
Thus closes the Cuyahoga County Fair, and
the thanks of the County "en masse" are due
to the officers of the Society for their labors to
make it so aomplete a success.
In ll.ia (in. on the 7th latant, br Bar. Mr. Peer. M .
CF.OKOE W PLAICE, ol S .nnraald, Illinois, aod Ml-I
KlltS ttuS, dauihier of Hi. J L Kewua. of this
Also, at ha sn t.cue uj place, Mr. LAFAYETTE
"OBCEand Mm JCL1ETTE Z KEWTON, dsathter of
Mr. J. L. Kawb. alios taia crtf.
May these fair sisters enjoy many anniversa
ries of the happy day which has thus nahered
them into the fields of matrimonial life. We
say " happy day" notwithstanding it may be
considered a suspicious opening of married life,
that while one could only be taken away from
home by Force, the other has, like one of old
"gone to her own P!ic.n May the one live
to be surrounded with " Iforal ForctM," and the
other ever believe that "where'er she may wan
der, there' no I'laxt like" George.
17 German Republican Meeting will be held
this (Friday) evening, at 7 o'clock, at the Old
The Festival of the Young Men's Christian
Association, held la-st night, was a brilliant atfair.
A large number of Cleveland's most
beautiful ladies and gallantest gentlemen graced
Chapin's Hall, which was decorated, in Quiet
good taste, with garland of evergreens, en
gravings, etc 1 able or delicacies, presided
over by the most irresistable hostesses, tempted
the appetite and appealed to the pocket ; while
all the pretty device of mimic post-offices, and
the like, were successfully brought into play .
The " Warbler gave several ballads in theL-
best style, and Sargeant's Bras Band perform
ed appropriate pieces. The scene was one of
great animation and gayety, and altogether the
whole affair passed off with distinguished eclat.
Perhaps a thousand persons were in attendance:
and it is beliered that the proeeeds of the Fes
tival will go far toward defraying the expenses
of the worthy object for which the entertain
ment was given.
A Cibd. The undersigned hereby notify
the citizens of Cleveland, that on this evening
they will give the last Concert on the Public
Square, for this season ; and they take this op
portunity of giving tbeir hearty thanks to the
citizens of Cleveland, not only for their atten
tion, which the citizens have given to their mu
sical entertainmants, but also for their material
The undersigned, if the citizene of Cleveland
shall wish and desire it, will be ready again
next season to give their musical entertainments
They also feel under great obligations to R.
Law, Esq., who furnished them during their
Concert with light free of charge, and wish
him success in his business, and recemmend
him to the notice of his fellow citizens.
THE HECKER BAND.
Cleveland, O, Oct. 8, 1858.
Hits You Kkitks to Gbino 1 Visitor to
the Fair Ground may have noticed a neatly
mounted Kitchen Grindstone of the Lake Hu
ron variety, such as every family or boarding
house should possess. They are manufactured
by S. B. Johnson, of Point an Barques, Mich.
T. Clark A Co., of this city, are the Genera
Agent. For producing a keen edge this stuns
has few equals and no superiors.
" Have you axes to grind
The Agent will furnish the above named
stones at their Warehouse, No. 14!) River St,
in size and quantity to suit the occasion.
"BaViXT A STSATToN'a Collzob will open
their Evening Sessions first of the week. Spen
cer's Writing Classes for Ladies and Gentlemen
are to commence. Phelps, Spencer t Folsom
will teach. Full Mercantile Course may be had
evenings by 'commencing early. Call and see
the programme for the winter.
Scholarships good in szvex Com. cut.
Sent to Jail Clark D. Winlield. of Bed
ford, who was arrested on a charge of an at
tempt to commit a rape upon his own daughter,
was yesterday examined before Justice Millxb,
and bound over to the Court of Common Pleas,
on f 1000 bail. Being unable to give bail, he
was committed to Jail until the silling of the
Victimized A young woman named Jane
Wood, was found in an insensible state on the
walk, at the corner of Superior street and the
Square, on Wednesday evening She had be
come intoxicated by means of liquor forced up
on her, at one of the low houses upon River St.
She was taken to the Jail aod kindly eared fur.
H. D. KENDALL & CO.
Are now opening a large
and var ed assort-
To which they
invite the attention of pur-
We have the most beautiful assortment ever
brought to this City, In new and elegant
The most desirable styles in market
MOUSLIN DE LAIXE3,
ALL WOOL DELAIXE3,
TRAVELIXG DRESS GOODS.
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
Alexander Kid Gloves
HREAD AND VALINCEN ES EDGINGS
Brown and BleachedCotton, and
aaUd3mS05 H. D. E. CO.
Ke partem by lae tales Telegraphs
n-rici, waiixa's block, cosnub op salt abb
ST. CLUB STB SITS.
YESTERDAY AFTERNOON'S REPORT
ARRIVAL OF THE CANADA.
NEW YORK, Oct. 7.
The R. M. Mail steamsbio Canada arrived at Hal-
ifax this morn in c with Earouean maiU and advic
es of the 25th of September, being three days later
The commercial and monetary advices are about
the average interest
Cotton bad advanced l-16dal 80 per pound, with
Breadst ifisand provisions dull.
Consols closed at 97 1 497 3-5.
The political intelligence is but of minor impor
tance. There is nothing new in regard to the Atlantic
The conflict of words started by Prof. White
house with the Directors, continue.
The Bank of France had reduced its rate of dis
count to 3 per cent.
The interest on their eaar bonds waa also reduc
ed half per cent
1 be details or the treaty between Franca and
China had been published, from which it appears
mat r ranee ooiaiua indemnity to the amount of
LiVEBPOOL Mibeets. Dreadstuff eenera'lv
doll with a declining tendency.
Provision Market also dull.
London Money Market Consols unehanred.
closing at 97 1 497 3-8 for money.
FROM ST. LOUIS.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 7.
A gentleman just from Fort Union says that the
Indian Agent Bedfield. was at Smutty Bear's
Camp, 60 miles below Fort Bauden, oa the 24th
ult. The Iudiana were saucy toward the whites,
and serious trouble was apprehended with the
Sioux and Ricareee.
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, Oct. 7.
The exhibitors at the Crystal Palace Fair beld a
meetmar vetetdar, and appointed a Committee to
confer with the Managers of the American Insti
tute on the feasibility of reopening the Fair at the
I De I noes w assininon correspondent save tne
President has commenced the disit of his annual
becretary Cobb has made a call upon the Keirif-
ter of the Treasury showing the comparatire im
ports under the present and the late tanff.
Lol. bumner nas assumed tue command of tbe
military department of tbe West.
the bark 1 hales, from -New Orleans, picked up
at sea on the 22J ult, a boat from the ship '1'elicau
Stale.' of Bath, Me., loss before reported, contain
ing Wm. Wiges, chief officer, James Price, of New
1 orx, James Maneft-an, ot oath, James Kozers, oi
New Orleans, and Edward McFarland, of Roxbn-
ry, Mass., seamen, who bad been sent for assist
ance to the Bahamas on the day previous, to get
tne ship on I ape r lorvia. 1 ney were blown out
to sea. with a leaky boat and without water or pro
visions. Tbcy were nearly exhausted when pick
ed up by the "T hales."
LAST NIGHT'S REPORT.
FURTHER BY THE CANADA.
HALIFAX, Oct. 7.
The R. M. steamship Canada, Capt Lanir, left
Liverpool at 10 o'clock on Me morning of the 25th
ult, and arrived here at 7 A. M. of of the "lb of
Among the passengers UC. W. Bradley, bearer
of dispatches from China to the Government at
j be crew or tbe ship "Golden btate matineu
July 19. b. they would not work under pretence
that they had not enough food. Tbey beat the
officers and boatswaio fearfully with handspikes.
They then took tbe boat and went ashore, where
they were captured and taken into custody. The
nrst ouicer aiea tne same eveaing.
Gbbat BaiTAiN.-Tne conflict between the offi
cers of the At Tel. Co. still continues: Mr. Brett
had issued a second pamphlet in answer to air.
Whitehouses statement tie charges the latter
gentle man with ignorance of the case, and disi
pales the correctuesi of his deductions, Mr. Brett
says that simple rope or gutta percha covered ca
bles nave been proved lo ne useless, ana nope
that the eompauy will lay a cable of three electri
cal conductors next year.
Atlantic Telegraph shares were quoted at 300 to
rue nniiaa noaru otirano return ior August,
show a decrease in the exports for Angnst of one
haif million sterling, compared with the same
month last year, this exhibits aa improvement up
on the recent returns. The imports continue to
shows large increase in wheat aud flour.
The new telegraph cable between England and
Holland has been tuccresfully laid down. It is the
heaviest wire submerged, weighing l'JCO tons, al
though the distance is only 140 miles. Detailed
oconnts of the recent nsiug of convicts at Port
land abow mat t intention of those engaged in
the feat was te fall on tbe guarov hi sbotr combic
ed strength and murder, then to burn tbe prison ,
plunder the buildings, and then make their way to
the Main land,
A hand full of soldiers thwarted their desperate
Orders had been issued for the sending of 2.000
troops, reinforcements for India during the month
Litest br Telegraph to Liverpool London, Sat
urday. The Times city article says that the failure
has been announced ot M. rorl e, of Milan, in pro
duce trade ; liabilities estimated at X 30,000. U.
Forlie is stated to hare disappeared.
The diridends on the Great Western Railway
Co. of Canada was omciaiiy announced at the rate
of 4 per cent per annum against 6 per cent last
Fbsnce. An imperial decreee nominates Baron
Gros, French Plenipotentiary in China, to th dig
nitr of Senator.
The French Government has appointed a Vice
Consul at Mariposa, CaL
Fleets are being constructed for the troops and
sailors who are lo form an establishment in the boy
of Towrane Cochin. China.
Prince Uhika was killed In Paris by throwing
himself from his carriage, his norses naving taken
The Paris correspondent of the Independence
Beige says the French forces at Borne are to be
A solemn mass of thanksgiving was performed
at Pari la tbe Church of Foreign Missions, in
celebration of ths Chinese treaty.
It is said that the French ships of war in tbe
Adriatic are to be withdrawn, the affairs of Mon:
tenegro no longer requiring their presence in that
ba i According to the official dispatches
from Madrid, the Government will augment the
army so a to be prepared to put down political
aquation, coming from anr Quarter it may.
it it said that the expedition against tbe Riff
Pirate wul be postponed until bprtng, but tne
Government intends to a;t energetically against
Gen. Monraviel will, It h laid, be the Russian
Minister to Pekin.
It is reported in Pari that the British Gorern.
ment also propose sending a military man as it
representative to Pekm.
The Russians are reported to hare gained anoth
er great victory orer the Circassians in the vicini
ty of Mercove.
The Metropolitan Arch Bishop aldreaaed a
solemn a1 locution to the Emperor, charging him
to carry tbe Orthodox Christian faith by ail mean
and appliance into the heart of China.
The Moniteur says the chastisement of tbe Man
darin, by whose orders Father Chapdeline was be
headed, will be made public.
Apbica. Cape of Good Hope dates are to Aug.
Difficult! have occurred between the British
andtPortugnese authorities, in Mozambique chan
nel. A small cutter trom Natal trading oa the
east coast was seized for not paying duty in Bel
buoo Bay. The crew were sent to Mozambique
and placed in charge of tbe British Consul who
demanded tbe boat and cargo without success. He
has, in consequence, left for England to represent
tbe ease to the foreign office.
LJVEBPOOL. Bfwa.tEinffsMsan aUchardaoa, Spas.es
a Co. oistaa: .L -
Plisir Llronpna. being- r ff-rsd at a redacti'sa, without
nadiaa nurers; western s. PaiadalpWa and Baits.
i..reJ i uas: Otuo zaadda ,
Wheat Quiet. I Men. t. .ed sreslera Vuftsd. while
VMtaraSsju isil, watte auaipero U -y id
Com Doll and noauual at 4 jt fe.low; 33a for white.
Mesara. Bl-rlaeu. Avtlsra fc Co. Quote:
X Cora is iowor in Uia woia
Btendstuas-at. i.tCn.1 it Co., I M-Hear aad
Keof a- avy. Pork qniet. bat ttesrV.
BiseoB.-4tuset.au luf jnor o,aalitlea easy to bar atfurssar
Lard Doll, bat stf arly tonlar.
1 allow As ssersae lusioe was sbraar, withoat aewata
ble ena e la price-i BuchersSls,
AsUse-Quiit ui 31 l-aaxi ! TJS.IU for paarla.
Suaar ImiII bat ausadr. c -a auiet.
T.a-Finu, Cuacoa kilu;vl.
L' 'NOON Boner Market Oonsois tlossd oa FrssWf
Mone, vVa abundant lue WUiua ia tne BaaA at Sac
land bid Increased i in SOI.
Banna Bros qovte tue Cjrn market sail.
When Decuaed 1 aiaaoa t r "'i Aasancaa quoted asa
artua. and rod feaahor 4-e.
PtoarHaores fruns AM taSe.
fca-ar p rat, bat au.et
rofca Waa slujhi adraaea, ca'eSs ia the ana trraaVa
Tea Aaaseratre bttssaaas el suKoaafed pricea; Cub-
touted al lda,kl,d.
HALIFAX, Oct. 7.
Tbe R. M steamship Canada sailed br Boston at
4 P.M. Weather cloudy.
NEW YORK, Oct. 7.
It is staled that the Collins steanuhip At'aotic
was to day bought by the Calif-mia, X. T. A Eu
ropean Steamship Co , and will be ucmtiuately
put in the Nicaragua hoe.
RAIL ROAD SALE.
TOLEDO, Oct. 7.
The Ohio part of the Toledo, Wabash and West
ern Railroad was sold to-day, and bid hi by A. Boo-
li V Kin. It sia ntit1-rstj-.t In k f... . v. l . , .
; . w ivi iuc v-rueill
of the creditors of the Wabash road. The India
na mart rf th rrvi.l wkwk .... - . ..1 -. T r ...
i .w aiiusi rLusiavesiv
on the 5tb, was understood to bare been bid in for
uie oeut.ni oi tne same parties.
CINCINNATI, Oct. 7.
At two o'clock this morning a Are broke out ia
v. r. uuii a liquor autre on cciumuia street.wlicfa,
suu us -.-uuuriiia, wm ornroTea. ine nrc com-
mtintfst.Ml ffn Ik. Ui.-l nil 1T..L. 1
wm " uiss, mil i ne prem
ises of Day Brothers, manufacturers of printer'
inlr kl.k 1 I 1 , .
""o aiaumariy uewtroyeu- UMSBOOUt
-w,wv luHumice not ascertained.
Real Estate Agents.
IIOLSE & JEAAIACJ,
No. 89 Superior Street, Marble Block, up stairs.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
X-UMre-tji .will in Tdiim eicelit-nt laml. wU
uterej. wuii a trtpod co il Hi in aow ni-n reniU to wrk
t3irTe Witi exrlianjro for real etitaie i this couutv.
FL I -TON CO lhO ItarTaUB. 2L InllM Irnsn U -a. I r.s-..i
chaiiRe f.r City jmprrt.
H 1 Kt,H .-A irm, tilth i mw hoasji iml hrn tnH
roiim-Jcrsvfilc fruit, lu exciiufft for a Lmuj aod Ux in 11m
CASK AVENL'E. Nise Cottar? Hoom, wuk larrelot
U n-Uance tor a haul. luna. tiiMi.
FKKKY ST. Larte aew co tue. well bm It and finished
witairuit atul thruttberr ; alo a alabla. Wiit taka auuali
QitU-e ail lot ib part yay.
W ACKKS Ou : mile wr-tt rftr- ritv lina. -.i.nv
ta aiciuuiga for a nouats and lot in tna city.
TOR SALE. SUMMIT CO. A
J larct imildini. wft lt-catt-J autl mitable ux a public
iou or it.tr '.wiili- acre of laud $ i
BKOWlStLL ST. A two atorjr frama kouaa aad lot.
fOTTAGE AND LOT wm Party St. $H).
.SKNliCA ST Corur.il nmit. lo;, ro
, running lVoat
tV ACRES . Neu.tt.rh.ir kmuL 3. miI f,
w LLOUOIIBY. Farm ot 167 arrea mmi am ) her. 1, 4.
ir. ; -veil wauaid ; fiua orcU-jU and 36 acrvsguud iwsiMr.
$ jS prracrt.
lOR RENT. A FARM OF 60
X. At RFS, 37 tttilea from the Citjr hy lUilro-id ; well un-
pruTed. with ail nc arr buiUlinga, wrcaard, .
a, a " 'rap, t ju pni ymmr
liHANGfelK si . A CVHad 2 alonr fnaia ltmmm m-ttl han
IOR SALE OK EXCHANGE.
KINSMAN ST Huu atnl L-H. Uuud hooaa and
rr larre corner .ot witn Fruit and Shada Ttm ih.tK
d.ilanc? lTim Ferrr St. Kxruance for w to 2S acraa oaar
liif cut. or lr i la mm thi couuir, $1 tko
VALUBLK LAND IS WISfX NSI N mrrm 1
mi If irotn Port Wuliucion on Luke Mtchian. oar liU
kee. rtrarT timber land. Willi cxtvLant aoiL Will
exrltAure U.j a (r-U furm Dear tlie rity .
PAL LD4MJ roiNTV-auj arta milcti from tho
County we XL, bv a tuaiu road. 3 mi lea irora a R K. rtaiioa;
ffooiL land, wit It a lUtbie Umbtr Xxraaica for a amall
lann nc-ar the city.
uMJioii m near riari, ai feet front witn a ooa
2 storr fraiiM Uuiltlmir. to exrhaiurw. fair liMimhlaa U ssiairu
HAlii L.TOX ST. Two housca aud lots to exrhaura (or
a tmail tarm.
) Ai:HM, f ailM (rot. Frt Wayae
4H AC H tS. 17 miles irum De'roit
t At Khi. oua aula irtHU New Liaboo, County Seat of
Jtiiifid: Co , ia.
Will excuaue one or all for improved property in or near
F1V K ACRES Four miles from the city, with a small
li.tuae, ex-d avjii, Kamiy !uua, Ujda spriog oi watar. $L,iMu.
Will rxch inze f'-r a 'arm.
ON LAKE SHOKE-IO uiiIeB west of ta rity a 'hty-
atfei, iim aamaii nouse aui orchard auu&wret
of timiit-r. To - zenaikga for a ht.uo and lot uaa oa neat
Side ire i erred.
OLMMEJ FALLS. How and ham with lot of on
ball arru. itOL'SE a JfcN SINGS.
H'V K Superior Mieet.
T70R SALE A NICE BUILDING
a LOT Dt ir tnala SamiuarT. c asi:t mT of rarw or 1 mo
a irr, ji uuivnaaci a optima, w in oe ttt-iu ennan.
HOlsk. ft JfcNXINfiS.
FOR SALE VElir DESIRABLE
V ACANT LOTS nn Erie stnwt, be t ween Superior aud
Euclid treet, j iota 5.tX WJ tevt.
CHOftl'T ST Near Hmlaumatnat SLxl9Uieat. Alaa
nenr Ch-lair St ,iiu.M.
HULK 'OHT.-tiren acraa B mi as from ta eitv. awaar
the Pi iitk KoVr-L H UaM and Sutbie. bna
tJKlSl' AI1LL W ATr R H)W kK i:h 3 arras of
uuui.u weiii a huu barn, 3u miies trtu ihecity. Milt and
m st biiry ali ta f oud ordstxaud now dJiic a r,o.xl busiqeaa.
tw.l)U attOt'ba: ft JLNNiNUS,
wfj fta Superior Strnat.
I?0U RE. NT A number of desirable
JL OKFll KS ti ROOMS On Bunanor atreet and Pub-
lu squaiv litau asu to aunt.
ROUSE a JENNINGS,
Ut23 Retl Estate anil Insurance ArntiU.
fOR SALE A PKETTJf FRAME
L t'OTTAbE-tUrtit It. oma wild r od Lm, Bara, Be.
. Iirvt r.u- .T.lr :u.-r F.rrv street $lusl.
KirrV-KIVK Al KfcS (n Parma
viKrEE.f AfKES-Fonr miles east of theme.
i'K I Al Hiv-ili' aood 'u.-miiut Isud li mi ss from
Suptnur City. Luke Suuvnor tueiclisnee fur n Tacant lor.
A L.AKI.E. a.1.1. l.lHHkll UHU B. ittll.Bk.
LO I V oil located aad naaz t busiuesa
atOL'oE a JENNINOS,
inl?J keat Lstote Areata.
ITORSALrfi. Vacant Lots On Hud
A. aon. Garden, Scorille and Maple Sts. &'iuevry da-
wrr.ie i.rfaou earn . eurneap ou ttura.
KTEaM S-.W MILL ISiiaaleaby R. R from the City,
adjoiB.ust a Staiiob, itb a larj two akory dwelUuf aod i
as're u laud.
GUIT MILL WATER POWER-Wilh a jreat fall
and Abundance of watar, 17 miles iruta the City ; a run of
B-tou-, TAoi dajLt aod baitdiuf. mud machatfiry in good
L AK R 9T. Vear tha Car Shops, a oaa and a-hali atory
hoUM! and lot $ 0.
7t ACKES One mile frum City Hn West, by Plank
fiaM.1. L.oud .v.l. ouc and a-UaUl aur Uaaie houa.raaxu.
atab'as, fcc. $i0 p-r -ere.
Fi-R SALE OK EXCHANOK. KtNSMATf ROAD
Smile. irom the Court Huuse. Soveoleea aaiea W .and
r-nu soil and well culiirated. wiLh a ace cottage Ikouite
bara. orchard aod a w inet? ot fruit aod .'iade trees; aiso,
3 act e of titnoer. Will eU verr low and isceiva pay ia
cou.id-nble nart in other good property
PAKKMAN ST. HMiaod lot-$1J00. ttdkaue for
afaru. ir Wntera lamia.
W i SCO N 5 1 S A lanre aaonnt of lands , wel 1 situated , to
c. u.aiit tr W r,uuus n 4(itsuaiDaaB m coon i ut propvfny.
CKUAR ST -Ne.r Perry-A Tacant lot. lub ft fr.i-
tMiorxcbane tor a siatul boom aod lot near Supeiwr
VaCAXT LOTS-Two (oodlou oa Garde. St., to sail
low f.T rnfch or on time.
WAKRENSVILLE 21 Acres aear the canter, with
rod 1 souse, bara, orchard, fcc, lo excaaojza fur some Kod
Tmrr ft JFWTTOt. aoQrrrri,,- cr
A SELECT SCHOOTTFORTiTRf S
a. emb acinit all the elements of a soltu aod usefai d-uca-ion.
will be opened in the Sunday School Room, in tlie
rear of Tnoi'y Church, Stnor street, ou the first of Sep
' ember, under the care of the Miui VARIAN, and tita
reuer4l fu eiu.tendeoce of Her. A. V AR1A', as Rise tor of
ApPiicaiMRs for admission to be made at the School Room
at a T time duriur 'he ctrurre of tbe Srbool term.
A Prospectns. aettirts; forth TeriAS, fcc, can be hat! on at
shrat too to the Kector, or to either of the Kt. tv'ntlemen.
anlttmlW Hrr I. PAKTFR
BUSH. OF PURE REAPED
Timothy Seed just received at tha Ctevebnd
aori J. STAIR ft SON.
WYLUSING RED TOP OR BOG
T T DESTROY ER. This s the sroat eflMioal rms for
suixi ti luc ia. rait iaT,u idows. n will yieta iruen two to Tnraa
umis oi cooa Bay to tna acre. or aaie by
uaa J. M AIK ft SHIN.
TTENTUCKY BLL'K GRASS, OR-
.a. sw cnaru orars. ana nea ion saea oi pure uautv ca
aiwavt be foa&d at JS'o. Ontario street
aur& J. STAIR m SON.
E HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
freh suddIt of Caoarr. Hrnn. Raoa. Mi-iett. La'
nee, ana 31 aw 5eeai, su ot wnicn are eieaa aiu) pure, u
ou wiab to keep your Birds heattbr. food tbm BpuB bom
Btriaaa pure iwMd. For sale auxtd or weparate.
J SI AIR ft SON,
wnrfl Jft Ontwno ttree.
Agricultural. Physicians & Surgeons.
J. M. J0HN805. M. D.,
Off ee 117 Ssrt well's Btoek. Sapertor Street, Corner Sen
ca SI. HrMdencaNo. Ill Pasbrsb at., Cksalaail, O.
APPLETON, TRACY 4 CO ,
WtLTHAB, BASS., BAKUFACTUBBBS OP
Patent Litter JVatches.
rpHESE SUPERIOR WATCHES are
aL made br the aid ot new and orw trial marlua ry. ex-
Dri-iilT desifncd lo i-ecnr-. wm a low iiijs. a US K.
SU ttsTAS 1 1 AL. R II LIABLE TIM E-KEEPEH. Tha
moTemen's are new in cunstructio-i, and are prriauunced by
th- hirhes: suthonUes to be FAULTLESS IN PRINCI
PLE A.SL) (JL' ALII Y. and ha tieeu prorrd by tha m x-t
sxrtinf tef ;o te retiahte and nofailtrr in aonog. 1 l-ee
V atches are atanutariurwaj snur fru a crude matertala, ib
a ti atria esrabtwnment, br coo ect d and nnifurm rtroreaaea
tLe tna'iuiactory beinc; orxamxed npon tbe same evwm
tliat B-iS nae i au-pteu ia ua pnflttt iioa cm ins anequated
Amer caa hre-anns, whjrh enables tt pnadore a move
ment at 01 -HALF the price of anr foreirn moretrieut of
the ameo.uaiitr. and we aTuarantaethe perlect w rtunvmc
lor ten .eura of everr Wa'ca manufartiired by naj,
all foreign Watches are maue by hand.
the Ameiirao Watrhrs beint; bs oaly onea natle by am
rhiuery. ifoQ a aiuiorm -Btem thi-ttfrh-ut. Xeany all
h'lnd-ix.ade Wa'chesared fectlve. and are eoatuiaaii ret-
tjof out ot" order. In man part of the cour.tiy. it ta im-
poaaioia tu una fooo wira-repairer, aua itcn rapainus;
I always uncertain and expeuaire. The iBtroductiam of
Amertc-iA waicbes (liaposea of this dimsiulty. ard coc-iTftT
MebcHaMTs, as wall l Watrn-dealers. can keen WiUl at
as a nart ot their mttelUieawaa stock, sou thvat sU(iwi; tlmir
customers with a mew itaflk, wrurh my be mseti ss ai y
o-.her article, witb.-ut mrstary or hubbuf . Sold by the
IE9UM KCUeial i r , mail ij
HJBHIN8 APPLETON, General A rent t.
airfwte'U ... 15 M .idm I.nim New
FROM PARIS FANCY Hair Pins,
a beaIiful aaortmeo, at
oca K K rT H E HQ ft HArsMANH
A roSQUITO BIES,
XT A Br lt rsid or niece,
IATLOB, OR18WOLJJ a; CC.
lu r , N
w ' fl r ?S j
r1 - t$
I i? ?
Lu "3 2 W
C3 s -c
1, Grtaitr tntytkof riim ti tmuinxM.
X, QrtaUr tpact bettrmm 0 Mtrimmt im th
Tr iMwiwr of wtnpfdtg tkt ratratsoa tr tM Mri$.
a, JW mrwnem of tkt nlnxtiom jf atraaaa.
, ThtqttaHty 9 tWtetma.
7. IM grtat imtA of turn which tkt matnamt rmeuaa in teas.
That the nbHe nn 1-) nut Ituln ftw tawunltwa rktlMF
tbe above statement be true, I pabliaa a diagram of tbe el wad
kw rci 411 piausoa. or ratner tne vd ayy etyie. wtilca rejecu
ail modern iraproreraetiU, and tbe UaUeC Xavis ft Co. tjle
a-hica accepu tha dsK-tiine that aw are liriuar in maaataf im-
protfAt. and that none but old Tories will deny that twice two
ctjtsBu iou , mam uac iwioa. afeiijn twice aa macn aa arty
1 win illustrate tna BhikMooTiT ef tha two kinds of
at"-, ana waTa 10a raasaer to Oraw au own eouloaiona.
t, The HalUt, Davit A Co. Pianom kao m greater
Untjtk omtrimg than tkuoe 0 any otAer make in
the ft me ted case.
Tbe truth of Ui suteaaesrt may be seen at a Blanco, aa Besvr
ry the entire length of a timigBt strins; can be uaed for ribra
tion.,Bw?diaftrram while tawae that are bant, necessarily boa
the rest or eridra pia inserted at a great dlstaocelrom the end
of the piano , ele the ansrla would bo ao arsat tha suiac woatd
nP in twain before tt could be drawn ap within an octave ot
concert pitch .
Hie well knoww that theiwaJJon a ix-ortaee piano doea not
possess the iminswt and lisytk 01 txmeot a aTen-octa piano U
that iu strincs are Mhortrr. With the above impravansent. a
iw octave hallei. Jtarls ft Co. piano is snabled to send oat a
fuiltT mmi richer turn thM a seven,octaTs plwaq of -vujr wi.e
2, The Ifallef, Jkirit dr Co. Piano iasv a wider
7ac bette-ern the ttringe than thorn of any other
The truth of this statement ta equally plans, from tna fact
that a strainht strinjr occupies bo mora nme than simply its
suits while a bent suina; re, tree in s4diuoa (see diewrram)
r.om tor its angle, from tbe bridge to the toning pin. Tbe ra--u!t
l" the bent strings are nacessaniy soelose togvtbsr that
tbeyortrn hit one another, aad harthtwjttti whilUJ perform
erare playing heavy nURbes, fSAtasieS aod variations. Tbe
stralgQt strinirs bara so much room that they brats trasly and.
never clSMh againat osvs aoother.
3, Tie mamner of stopping the nbratwn.
The v ration of tha strtiig, ta all ptaaoa,
the hammer atrikea it,
r tha btidge, wtsa it ia stopped sea
The tone of the beet violin ia tho worM ess. bo rained by
substituting a poor bridge; thus proving that tha tone of a
string is mtter,auy afff.-ttU bi the amw ta which the vibration
is siot pea. The vibration of the suing in the H. D ft C. piano
1 stopped wiih lit a hnrisontai frets ofcopper or bell atetai jaaa
diagram F ) gvingi the strins; s soft, fall, asellow ifut ton ;
while in all other pianos the vibration is stopped by a prig-tot
irtm f tmi. see diagram B.J giving a thin. Irony, umtaen tome,
that ba) caused tiaouaands of psmBt lvavius; ttam masical o
fniiatiotia to exrlai m :
" 1 io not like tbe irssry twi of a piano ! It Istar mJaraar
to the full rich tone of aa organ. Saw or nt4loitHB-''
Tim reason that tbe strincs ia all other pisnos arc bent at tho
bridge pin ia tba a -horp sjigle has to be made in oroVrto stop
tbe vibration. In the H. D. ft O ptaao tho strina are drawn
straight over tha copper fret and held down Arm twreosi br
tha Siu pension Bridge. .Sea diagram S. B J
All Kinds of Jfusical Instruments constautly on Iland
F nroitare Polish makins old Furniture look as rood aa new. fand tha nailw klnJ t,.
ft ty be apulied to Pianos) only M cents apiece.
a iuii ana spienaia assorusen. or Dm.ui miaiii taj .Ttti.ilt. u una constantly on hand.
4, The oven 9f the titration of the etrina.
Ta umitH- r;:'m'?wm betwr iha ,
H-l to. t7"LJT .
ascede tnas tne kanuner. Ia tbe H
rn suouob of too atrtu U to
aaotloa or tne atrine Is a, ratara la a tZtZ' 5"
aurtia aotat. JZuJZ ,7ub,.L?fi
iaaa tae seeoad
tHea. If It rtbr.M . ?.TJ
direct line to Ita
7 i. we ssnae ba all ock
aretnia la a dimes L,ae. r.r loi (w-.iiT
Haw. SMS of toe avaglai or elbow, and Itm
i.-issUr. beewtnea r.ir.. nd -n . 1 rTJ"""?
Chm-k. which h
add kind sf Biaaa.
fi, The eeenneee of one.
ttsnaws Iti noralMR, tWtSlr 1 waaaw, aad Ua
6, TkttUtmgtk if mrima.
naraaaoawbralriinji so oftaa Weak ta tna eoaaaoa nlaaa
aad .h, ita, ui.ao,, beert at tbe .Ibow or knoluiTla.
ta. Mnoc bun,- bant at a atira als at taaVdit
-B.)ib..-,luu yt rTt tb. aJi rooZ.
rT eoatneted. and tna outside, cr tbj .UnZitZl
atn of a nleno will nraaa any noand. so tna SaoVlwatea
Is tb. maa.rtut. r iulimu.! TTniZl. ZllZ
a. to. otner; bat U 1 an ana nan i list TjUini LX?5
ass tatnaplatwaraataarebanaa la the wesioernd m
uus us. , a. I. 1 wwn4 ; ,; adWaoaTeU
will .rp and soiiBe at ...r, as,: -e of tb. aiunoaalksra Th.
auilnoj 1. simalj this .bit., whoa, .ta o...
sml, U WW ,!,, b.ll -lt. At! I caa oalr b. raallsd
to ar aseertuw that tsrtea aaa la as- ual to tw ITZ taaTt w2.
two doea aetata, ran.-. ' sasaatta-ia.
7, Tkt gnat Itmalk of fiate mkick Ik, uulnuuat re
wusiaa ta fauaa.
Ttfe to Om tanker the SiaeaMn. taaaarwek aa a itrlM
fcar rrt i. ... bear, aaolaelt.ab-uidmdpe..d. iXf
If ia ali pam. It wUI not nattoa atora toaat. 1'aiaato aTaatf
af aatrtnabeartuf tllasame atrtla. a-sm
Ta. trau aad ohilaraoi,; ol to. laanrsltaj fcta are so atrlk.
bur and fotelbia Ul.l ihe uoestlc: la ofuTa i.k - Wbra.
not atlssT atakan aa. the copper fret sod stSgnt strtnr
Jsr but one reesoa. It la set and ur a niteot (or wbtok
rtr Utotuand dollar, haea alreT bean odki iTat 5bkT
plr tne publla wita.arw rloar mn:u-u ratbar thaa ------
otbers to do it. even al but price.
Tbe bmilnii plan ol tbe H.llet. Darts t Co. Mum f, aa
ttsapl.. lucid and anaa.weeabte, taut I will raamatoata ana a
puvao ta anj oaa woo aid ssiute M phllosopb.
USS1AN K. OOOOK.
Clereland, Au(aat t, IsoS.
lae aseoad asotaj. of the striae; la .11
retnta la a dimes L,ae. r.r lhZtlmwiTZ!Vmi
tielaof aa7 nksaaac. tormT!. ...i". 'VT' : ? -
aide aalf laerekr neereaardr nTa ; TZi VT "
Now ii ia aeirersalTiBowa 'toJSJZjtZT r """et.-
of ua two Baa am n?!JJ
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CLEVELAND FEMALE SEMINARY.
3 IT. EASTOEsD.
This Institution is about ta enter apoa its FIFTH YtAE, with a repot st ion rare'y aariirad in twica or thnca that
time Situated as it is in a terr retired portiou of the Beauti'Bl Forest Ciiy. witb Extenairo and Beautifully Shade
Oro'indsa New and Spacious Edifice, Elegantly finished sad fumabott. abundantly suppiiasl ia ail its parts wltft PLftX
SPRiaNG WATER, having as axtat-siva eodcuon of Apparatus, sad a Large Corps ol
EXPERIENCED AND SUCCESSFUL INSTRUCTORS,
It iff rds advantages sot sirnmsseil. if squalled ia any
both tuy tod Coaoiy. wila few of tna duaAivsakiagea of mther.
The Principal and his Lady will giro their best attest to the Physical. TttUrOcrual and w oral wants of these eom
mitted to ttietrcare. Extended courses of Lectures upon each of the leading toancb.es of Nat oral Bctancs) wiil ba de
livered by tbe Principal, a-s-istad dnmiga poiiisM of Uas larm by Pto T. JOHN, L L. oi" tha Coiiogs) of
Pbyaiciaas and Surgeooa, Nsw York City.
BOARD aod TUITION ta Eng uah and Classical Couraa, $lftf par Term, paykAle ia mdnmce.
Next Tarm commsacas Thursday, awotambsr tta, V$6e mom eoatmaai Twaatf Wawka.
For further 1 aii-mti ioa , or Admission .apply to jyMdftw ft. N. SANFORD, lTincpaL
InstitntioB ia tarn Ccmntry. it e
nil tk sdvBOtftfe
China, Crockery, Glass Ware,
House Furnishing Article.
ha.lncanlted their two ee
tablishmeuta, and now oo
cuptin IWO rrjtSaa
Seneca V Snpcrior
m Would reapect fully rovtte
Rmsek sapors, an, those
about roiiaX lo House keen
ing, as well aa Btraitgsrs visiting C lev I and, to call and sx-
aniae their inmnui sloe si ot tae aaova
which comprises tha
L-irei- and Rw-hcat Stock of China west of
5ew York Citj.
Ws hv oa haa4 a complete ssm-rtmawt of
WHITE IRON-STONE WARE.
"fthe finamqvBli'y, '
rom hot water, aad I
Dinner. Tea, aad Breakfast Seta,
Or by tha single piece, as low as eaa be b-rasrht ia tka 017.
Ws bars atso twentyro Saidsnat pedUerna of
Comprising many new aad verv nrh Sets; and era faal as
sured that wa can suit. IN STYLE AND PRICK, the
most UsMiUious auaairsrs as. cbibb. aiso, an xuaus 01
ass a vaars re or
HOtsE rcasisHixe ahticles,
IBlTtNtIA ALBAT k SILVER PLATED WARS,
AIXJ AXU Hit IH.tsiiSHStit;
ICE CREAM rKELZERai
LOO KIM) GLASSES;
LA At PS
TEA TRATJ. WAITERS. FILTERS, Be .Be.
Our Stock Cosannaaa ever, variat of
Chandeliers, Brackets, Drop Lights, Paper and
Glass shades. Ldgbters, ate.
all orders tow Gas FiTtures and for Fntiag an Hawses with
G s Pipes, in is, City or ia tho aaihlsuruwS tewna promptly
aUea led lo.
r HiCtv9 itKI LUW FVB tA3Jl.
Gnds tnrefally parked aad delivered as tho paassts Frsa
FOGG, E5S WORTH A CO ,
New. a9e 3i t JT SetiMrtor tliwl,
s-pil Comer of a.nac i. rLS VFLAWD. o
Steam and Gas Fitting.
TE ARE READY, at the shortest
do ail ktix4s ol'
STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
ALTERATIONS, REPAIRS, Ac
PRICES LOW TO SUIT THE TIMES. JU
FOGG, ES9W0ETH A CO.,
Corner of Swpartor and Seneca Bt,
T INSEED OIL 30 bbls. LINSEED
1 J Qi. a good eedat, lor aaia Bf
eMTTTt PUT? AM.
VTEW FALL FASHIONS. -G C.
11 SCOTT' MEW PLATS OF FAtHIO-S cam as
Bust Slat uss ft. SBaaa-st . M4eUassaai.
E. COWLES 4 CO. sre prepared.
a ilk th saoat alaraat and veried. sasortataat of Trpa at tk
Went. taeiarata las sopenoc style ererr dsauipl. af
Book sad Job Printing,
Fnaa a Card at a stasia ha ta a roiasna f oa t htm nad
SEVERAL STEAM PRESSES,
Wa are aaaklad ta d Mr work arotantir, oa anon aatSDa,
aod at LOW PRICES.
Enry deacnuUUB of BOOK BlNDUfO aoa la th Beat
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO OETTTMO CP
asd all kinds or blank prixtixq.
F 1 1 3 T 8 E S STOCI.
Wa are areinuad tn famak aeair awjcrintiaai ef PAPER.
CARD. INK, BRONZE. Be .at EASTERN PRICES, ar
AGENTS fae tae sla f BURR1 sssd BfcCREART
NEW. BOOK nad CO CORED IN K )qr3
OF THE FOLLOWINO CINCINNATI S RANDS :
B0TLE a CO.3 ROSE WHISKT;
a X. PIKE CO.'S XXX do
do. da. MAGNOLIA do.
WILTSHIRE A CO.'S EXTRA do.
BUCHANAN A CO.'S do. do.
KELLOGG A FOOT'S celebrated ORANGE
AU tha abore Brando are FIFTEEN per cent. hlnr
pr juf than anr Wntskr auaa:nctafed m Cfaeelnad.
75 bbla. of the Old Wig Wag brand,
A Tory An article.
100 bbls. of the Rifle brand,
A new artist ia nukat, fwarantaad al a Tarda.
1S.SM BAGS MASON C1TT SALT, fae sale at the
Ion sat aaaraat price.
M BBLS. CTDEB VINEGAR.
- U. R. BBOff.X CO.,
sp3t t B IPS Rte, r Street .
SPiJlSI AND IkllCA.X QliEIKKS.
Alt, SHILLINGS a i SLZPEXCES,
BoBcat at tl.lS per aaaoa kr
CHAS. A. READ k CO. Baakera,
4 Water Street, appusiu Poet OaV.
!f . B. Spams Qimnara will arsaafa nearijrn cents
eack nn3: Bwtf
Damaged by Water,
SUIT lllGimI!l OKT G0SD3 !
HD. KENDALL & CO. will offer
that! Stack. Dnaufed ar tk sate InaadaUw.
T 0-D A Y,
fissaisl ia. at
At ROW N CSITTONS.
aM BLEACHED SHEETINGS.
CANTON FLINNELB. i
A few kaadnd GRAIN BAtaiaUaattf Wat.
All of which will aa eotd
ocS H. D. KENDALL A CO.
AKUAINS IS JjHa' tRJODS
KM Tarda 411 Un Pnm for elthtcauastnrkad shnra
, Bt. w . se aaus . rs,
ials X. Ileftrnerkrrt,