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DULY MORNING LEADER.
M ai.WHSB DsUaT, II 1-BKi.KLT fc UICE.LV, feff
C O W L E S & OO
M Superior strMt. r
TERMS OF DAILY .AND TRI-WEEKLT.
Dsilr. .". nit cts.
w Mil WWOUICIl s IN
Tri-Wwklr, Dor we eu cts
" Jwar 1M
Badly far lea tkaa Oae Year 4 Crata f
Terms of "Weekly lieader.
The Proprietors nave svelatiwl -.tit ft redoctioa to the
at ee of the Lk, iulh would um bmc!ci-l to its pat runs, m
wall utotiiemwiw. a&d lb. .lave, acivrdinfflT. reduced
Ui suDscnptioii pnee at the WLKkl.Y LEADER, lu sin
IMfabtmtontoUSE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CF.1N IS
pervear. and ON DOLLAR (or six MUki They aiso
drtae fotowuif, uularibenuu clans:
ID copies S-3 wt fc copies $ D
La " it out uu - tarn
K - 3i rjli 90 en
AH to om address. Fire cents xtrm will be chanr d oo
ft sb copy, to Clubs, w a tare lb name ot ib sbecr,ter u
srntlen on it. An extra cop; allow! to tkw (suer ui of
a iuu im bis uimuii.
Invariably in Advance.
CJVPersoae forwardiru; orders for frcbmptio., wltkoat
cmh, iucu not upen 10 roceiio aiij aluuiuoa.
TERMS OF ADVERTISING,
imKD S.1B KED9C1D.
75' 1.11 lV
l,Uwt 1.5t) 2.'
1.50; 1.75 2.0(1: 2.V
2.3 2.63 J.. 3.7T
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1 m. 2.5 j
fw 1 3. a
2 ft. I 3.75
3 bQ.I 5.im
1.25; 1.75; 2.i- 3,
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1.50 .:, loo) 3.75
4 mr 4.75 .3- .UU
4. 5 ft.5 t.tkf C.7i 7.5d
2.5-j! a.M 4.T5J 5.
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e.u- ln.OO 11,75 13Ju ll.Uf IK 75
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Cm J 7.50 ' 12.00 to.
at (l-,0u.-u,0u Jo.u
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I'ttx unciut this (Atl) "
J Trite nuke one auu.
av-emsenMAis Lcm1-1 i
1 ftlfti-e! in eoiuoiftM SpftCiftl
T.iiniM KulirM d.mhM (ta
Vsriv AdTertiiirfMttrLi wtll o miderstaod to spplj
tnrtiT to tb lmmt-Juic- UittiaeM ui the Atiertiser, ftil ail
thn advertisoaucuia acitl Ut if ilft aaiverUaer will be
ftkanred extra. I
Sjiumf oi MeMiars.aiid Firemeu'a, Military, CaaritaLlo ;
ftft-l Kfiiitious NuUl-cs, 5t tr rent . dtakuul. I
Haxiuess NKdfft id KJtturui Ciuim will be chartud at
lw nitt ui la en! tine eaf ft iu na.
AH Transient AdTerttwrrat-iil. lv (jc paid for la ftdcanra.
AtlvertisemffoU lothe M eekty, oste siaaniwr kt, it tbtee i
ak.toUisor lew, saims daiJjr.
Ativrniexoftts ia Driy aud Wveklf a? 11 be cftftrftd M
er retii. exira.
M iJti- aij iMratlis.BOt exreedinf tn lioei, IScwuts.
Itiliaul Vtuly AdTeitiaers pajraitlequaru-r,
Att'ys & Counsellors.
CLAPP ATTORNEY AT
LAW ! NOTARY PUBLIC. OAcm am MrBiulM
Dru Slora. Bt-m. Ok.. ayiuf
liOOKS, 150ARDMAN & FOKliT
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. A'.stfcl kiiiUail, loo
ol iupnor at , Clev.laud. OLm..
u. w. .kooks. m. j. aoABDMAa. L.w.ro,.
! 14 .
WILLIAMSON & RIDDLE, AT-
II TORN E YS AT LAW. Olir. f. o. HO. n p.nor-
Cleteland. Ottio. S. .ILLUM-OS
ja21 A. 4i RIDDLE.
rH ARLES C. BALDWIN ATTOR-
Vye bjmI Cdunseloc al Law Office 21 Susan r m.. over I
Cut Uaoa . ianl5 dls
pAUIrTRA AUSTIN. ATTORNEfS j
J AT LAW, OAce oaf I m ernsi iiaiift
A KPEK.J. P.. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Xl. Warrom, rumwuxl Cvanijr, Obtu. Office, No. ft 1-2 j
VJPAULDLNG & PARSONS, ATT0R-
O KtVS.ULAW. ol&r., rmiu'Bliti, 8ipnort
t. r-BFiLtLDisa, t. c. rilMM
CW R C PARSONS, Tnitui fSttXtt Canuusnimrr, uW
Mi.'rrrinnii,inn,nii rti,wrr fKw.l..?
Att'ys & Counsellors. Stoves, &c.
r o the .V&rfA.
The beat Gai ( niinint Stare la the
THIS the most wonderful STOVE
Uvat bas efrr bee naie. and tbe oalj one that caa
keep ft coimsrois coml'-.tioi of uases, ihereh ptv
dnriftc a mi s' resumrkariM flame ir.wn Axtu actri C04L.
Bw the aocoLuar srraneTineia at the apparatus, the oi eea
ni ihe tlim ib c i c air i diurUU4 e.ai weer the wh
svrbre of tb.e fire-put is urh ft xaxuaer thai each yd or
alamo, bamric irom the rjaical prnora ed ptate aaai air
chaaiber. shall meet m the center of the thruat, rir am uo
CQavuce tr ibe Usees vj rerspe. un'ess nuucieo wi ft ira
oivd a. wbKh prodares a euniranoas flaia-. sod thereby a
larpc increase of tn-at Thu rooihuutt ouken it t heftvat
cojtofl irat hentitt; fttove ia Lhe Wutld. 1 r 'it, ftudsoe if
rar stVetoen' is otre-Tafd
The F La sir pnxiorrd from these GaSCs makes one of the
Bauist chlkkki L K i ills that can be imatiiiftd. and ail from
The nrp ran be kept up throciii thft whale staauB,
anih wtt mtle tstrr
One ye r' lest has been msd" bs-theptthlic. and the nut
vf .oturer are sustained ia all they have ever claimed for
FoTaUie bj the tabsrnitrr". thennlf sathonicxl Arjcols.
JOHN' INGKBS4LL fc VO ,
Dealers iu Mores, LS2 mi-rwr stn-et.
aepl!ld3m20 C!-ctitikl. ohm
N E W
And save oae-thir J of your fuel bill.
mrpl dim 15
S T O 1 s
AXD ENAMELED GRATES.
TT L MARVIN. NO. 9"PUBLIC
j SWAkF, (Swth fid) has tit receiied trrsh
from i he mauuta- ur oat n lit largest and bet a sun
Frer bron-Ut to this aiirket. He alwat-s keeps oi liftftl ihe
best, nrwe-tt and ni-t aouroved styl ot CUilKlNii aud
other kinds oi MOVES
McMu facturti Expressly for this Market, d
WtrrsMtei to give perfect talis factwm.
He aHo is roatsnfIr fu:pltl with an asorttnet of
Wrtmlea Wans asd H'ue Fanu-iutac Artie es, and has oo
haod and niatmlact urrs a iarr strk of T'li. i r and
8h Irosi Ware, alt ot ufaich Ml'sT ANi WILL lit
6ULD, at whttAsalc ar retail, lir oat
At Prices to Suit the Times
A'lklftdsofJOHHINU. ROOFIMJ. EAVE TROUGH
IN ftc , , twr ia tM mst wurtauauKo uiuser, .al
SHORT NO Hi K.
tuTne pronto; thepaAdn'e i wither hewisarof the "tnat.
please c:l btre putchaaiaag elsewhere at Ue od and
well kwiai stanJ ot
P S Back s Patent Hotel Cjos: Sto-rea, twe arias, $S0
W. L, MARVIN.
a Cititt! . l. pniw ifie
PRACTICAL HOUSE AND 8HIP PLUMBER,
Urn. 1 Park Itew, aark mt Mi Ceart Uaaae,
MANUFACTURE AND KEEP
oast fly ob ha -aft -iia,.iefe a&wrmat oi t'opper,
a Imi Bairii Tuts. Mai hie. plaia aod " iiki.
Ciuoa Wash Basins. W air Cukr.u,oomniaD Lrt H Vn e
rami s t ia orw-nwu r r .
pau-n Italiaa Sume FiUerer, and a. 1 other arucles tathta
of basinets. . . . .
Hasia? ud mr tweatr rears experierire ia tht bran h
aiecftiei-m. and mt ! the la-l oor Tears enrar-M i
tl.aann-T rtl h.a-e in twr.. 1 (eeloundeo: i enurf en
tire sau taction to ail w bo msr uwi saewr.it t Ueit patr -.n-
rviract, Tol. Clt and Buas fitted up ia the
aiet anJ mw appruved stle. ...
Orir wthec.tr and r.-uniry pr.MaMlT stttbdid to
Jobbtar exeruted with neauies ana uispatra
Cintlaad Plumbing Uurki.
ATWATER BIXMK.FOOTOr SUPERIOR STREET
J. It. Barnes At Co.,
rpnE ATTENTION OF THOSE
1 tnraad'itg to tae wa er trosa tha
acallA tAtKc cretx fanlitm of Ik iWif MtlLllnlHiil
l willn ti, iuitc ap ot
Hot Water Fixtures and Fountains,
toa of Ui.
Beit Finikhf d Plumbing latenali,
OT4oiTtlie aM anfKI wort, ronpnsra Ueir ckolc
.... tK-m ol
f i l5mbi nxes ana paUcri.,,
BATHING TUB ,
of Wid, laie Tijuit J Coiyrr ud Zu,
Lead and Qalvaotxcd Pipes,
ta. bad sad Ult mpnm4
WATER CLOSET FIXTURES,
H.armBtSt Faraaa tilaM Fillrra, Braaa aa
Illria'ertM,rV1, Sb CIioit Corks rrr..tly imlrndM
i ud lifalj ncooUModeU tuc auuiiU,t. dou at
""'"'STEAM HEATING APPARATUS
i j kimI. .tap mm wmrrm.tcd t. ratlttM-U,
lart. xwt rftrleat lore of expentDCM won
on natftd, eapreenir to attend t rapft.riiac
ft&rrtrtrar ftltetrtif it- itiTid to their ftriliti for Sltitar
VhoTKI. DKLIJNiS. HoP3, SALOONS
feVriilKU S ALOONS, a.c to penci anaer. aad o
ita. TjusSt visntit "'P
Plumbing and Steam WorL
PLUMBING AXD STEAM WORK.
PLUMBING AND STEAM WORK.
PLUMBING AND STEAM WORK.
PLUMBING AND STEAM WORK.
PLUMBING AND STEAM WORK.
Cax tj rorsjre4t of
J. . BA&Kft fc CO..
E. Cowles & Co., Publishers
-Office No. 54 Superior Street,
MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11. 1S5S.
NO. 2 14
Taylor, Gristcold f Co.,
Superior Street, First Store above Bant
A EE PREPARED to offer to the
Trade, ur at .Retail, a larva ftfad eU selected
STAPLE AND FANCY
Compnainy ia part aa unstiai rariely of
SEW STYLE DBESS GOODS
PB1NTED COTEUNEj, (Iu-rr..)
BOK DE BOLOGNE FOHLINS,
B1CH NEW STYLES M IjELAINC ",
liObl'S AVl'ILLE. J
Rll U CHINTZ BOBtS.
AND NEWEST DESIGNS.
woolen shawls u .ie.;
CIBCL'LAB STELLA SHAWLS.
STRIPED B ROCHE SHAWLS,
PRINTED SILK SHAWLS,
ZEPHYR KNIT SHAWLS.
II0IEM1C GOODS 1D FL1MELS.
BLEACHED AND B..O N SHEETINGS.
APRON CHECKS. Ac.
Oar ltaat Slot k ot
It ajw op., to oipKliN .t our Sa.ea Rooms, wl-
TH REE-PL YS.
LN GRAIN, fc
CARPETING S .
SUPERIOR OIL CLOTHS.
COCOA NUT MATTI3GS,
DOOR MATS. fcc.
FHMSniXC GOODS CENERALLT.
I I A NO COVERS,
LINEN TABLE COVERS
RUGS, kc, fcc.
splcorlij aaonai.Dt ot
( LOUIS, ta.. At.
Loax txperMawmtae Trad., aaj a'antunt farf'iti for
b.TUC Oooila to ta. hMt adraalwe. will warrant na to oa
for. oar eutoaen tuat we tu oTr toeat lodoccaicaia
SECOND TO NO HOUSE WEST OF NEW YORK.
W. taetfori nxwcu.ll, mit it. trt. LxlMiof Ckn.luJ
udcoaauy, Milliaera.Coaa-rr Mcka-itE,and all barer,
Goods ia oar line, to cl ud exsaun. oar avek aad
TAIXOk, CR IK WOLD tc TO,
orrfk4m sn-0.rt fl-rt Tor i-tv Piwk .
House Turniahitis irticles.
RECEIVED Til IS DAY
Eiasineled pre-emirg Kettles,
1 naaiTli' Sauc Puia,
Fire Ir- n and Stat!.
!sardue Opt nTS,
Cf amh Bmshe,
jmiisriBr h niT.
Potato M ahers,
Kniltf !UkcTa. axe.
FOGG. CNSWuRTH t: CO.,
(New No ) za. lib zr. Superior-'
aMIE 'OLD DOMINION" TEA POT.
. -Just iweiri ttapikii o tht -Oi- DonuBioa" T'-
r. ltii H i new amc e. reqquinc tanir o E-ttA t-r om
rrnrrallr rd, and a berer:re ooCuad a a-k up'
nortatbe ordinary id'uv ul Tea. as the OuV Dxadt- ia
"Old Dominion Orfec P.t is superior to Cotfee m'nle
l tie ooaaiikua boiler, arid t taitrtralarlr adapted to Mtaik
Also, a soonts- of the -OLD Domixio? CorFTE PoT
at the l iUkS Btcift.o-i hacd. at
tx j t uoo. t. nwiki n at t tn
TIP . m 4
rpHE TESTIMOM' Of THE Ko
1, To Latoe Burfterw, M ". BmWier. C'a.rfau
othrnwhs saa wish fur thft iiawa auaiir. of pure, erar.
Aa nnntrwr ottweatr-ux rears ia this bittinea war
nnu ae it. pieaiciat BBrself to ft LI lib boae oi ine w-st
tia itr, cheaf-r-r. hr a quarter dollar per cord than Uier
oe owainesl ettrewnetv. auau m- si nvwe ia, au, uidttu
anooa. rnueh orrat.imsisurtinaielT In addition. 1 nut ttu
stone aboard vessel kl the rale ol tuns dn T 1 have a
fond wharf with 12 feet water, and a boor to haul S tir
wnart halt a mule auoTe (,rej ui tne juarote neac
June 2. 'fin iftirf :dm ?0T ALFX CT tCMOVS
SA. POWERS Merchant Tailor,
15 Baal fit. under the Wedtleil. keeps const ant Iv on
hau.i ftt-hotc- rock of Clotas. Caasioaere aad Vtjs,
WbH-h he am naalta upui the ftaut apjored style.,,
THE PASTURES OF THE RiSj,
subarnber. aooat Mi acres, in the Csr-hra H
VaiswT. witl be ooee oaaa) alter May 1st. Per anasannftC
soaswooBBai send Cows are hem ReXiiind that Urj ui
charged lor the eniire asttja. i roes date ol entranc- t j
Nov- 1st, ariles- - her i nKice ia wntias; at the lisneof
ear iter withdrawal; and alao last the BBdersiraed wl
oe liable lor aniaiaia Ltaftl sut atrat ir.ea ftf beiujarftd
te on tiajd preftmiaes.
TERMS utTceau per wek. p TaSle ererr Monde?
aratace. aniesa arranfTsnls are saaale with the s,ah
KnberfortUwruos. App:t at mj osnre erer Merchants' Bank. Svpariornt .
to Was. 'ora. HtMiata. ml La entrance tales, near
Asavcrail a Uo'sPii r oundrr, ar at hia bnek dwelliaar
buk oa UairaratT Heir' ta. 8. ft. SToNlw-
Cieesand. April Uih, r dt Wtwl 1
C T.MORSE'S WHOLESALE and
Rrtan TutecrAand tetsr fci.fcifcsrwwiri 10
Supervr Si , aud-r U. AaKt' c Hoiur; ur. b.
SM.irorstsulIT o. b,. i lb rtMMCMt UMl .m r-Tirmi.
stork uf InporttJ s&d I-rf-vr bepn and 1 nsrco i. tb.
H. IS orltriM ! ttl. PiQf snl r-'in. i'ra CkniM
Tobsrr., ccasasua, ta bArt ul Um fuUowia, sswsl sporerW
CurKiaa'tCrwifort; Bou'.Oold L..F;
B'.im Hra'sCairaca; " "IY,"r:
V. orld f.ir: Sslli. Millr i. I;ll
MsK-hakrr Prr-wlcai; Utni.'t Hrw,lu&.
A:.i.m-.irj Hhkusb Pip. TmsuU ud Us
Uoudwia .rim thstrtwnwTobro;
bSMm' e. da
ABikmsv d. d.
tuiMt flmaire Fm. tat Oiwir.f Trtc3.
Saaff.&LfwO. cs. Dnnkiar i-'l k, Pinrm- ( ra r
i. lv C T. MoasE.a
CITY & NEWS ITEMS
MONDAY MO UN IN Us OCT. 11 l0?9e
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING,
gy Plain and Ornamental Printing ol erery descrioiio
tlonoat the PrinUOf Establish meitt of thft Leader Otfice,
ou the Latest impr Ted and Dutt rapid steam presses, in the
best style, oo abort aotice, and at reasonable rales. Par
ticular attention pud to blank work. Erer? description,
of B ndinj done, especially Blank-Books. Ledgers. Juurn
ft'vale BoA. Recent m Bookstr. r.
I f Kor Lile City Stfwg, tbirJ page.
For Market ItL-portsiiDd Marine Xcwa, set fourth
Dkinkixs and GsaBLixd Saloons. There
arc rattered thro' our city an alarminglT brge
large number of these t elp to ruin, where youu
men ami aometimea old men make another at-
towards ilia grace each time they enter the door
Kot only n Ihe low dens of rice, crime and infa
my on Rirer and Canal Stt. and about the docks
arc drunkards made and future woes entailei
upon the frequenters, but many "up town'
loons should be classed in the same black lift.
rpon Superior and Bank streets these may be
fonnJ, where "genteel" bars supplied "tith Ihe
purest liquors" are kept, and r here the partaker
seldom becomes intoxicated, but always leaves
wilh a stronger impulse to drink and a tinner
appetite for the deadly "fire water." The soth
side of the square also has its arenaei to de
struction, which present a fair appearance and
tempt the passer by to try the attractions within
Passing still further up, wc reach Ontario and
Pittsburgh streets, where not only one, or
dozen saloons are sustained, but scores of
drinking establishments can be pointed out,
each one of which number is a nuisance wh
the public safety and interest demand should be
abated. Here the character of the shops again
descends from that of Superior street saloons,
and approaches that of the Rirer street dogge
ris. Many of these places of resort are well
known to the public, while others carry on thei
business unknown and unsuspected. One of
these saloons is the rendezvous of pickpockets
who gather about it probably to concoct their
plans and count their ill gotten gains. From it
loud wrangling, cursings and Lootings come
both day and night, but more especially the
latter. Passers by are insulted and abused by
those within and about the building, and evil
enough comes forth from the place to corrupt
any city. We give no names, but presume the
public recognize the spot meant, and possibly
the consciences of several of the proprietors
will take the description to themselves.
Others there are whose distinctive features
ould hardly stand the Ust of being portrayed
to the eyes of the public. Throughout the
length of these two streets, or rather this eon
tinuation of one street with two names, there are
drinking establishments almost without num
ber, which ought to be each anJ every one dos
ed at once. Upon the streets we have named
and upon many others, drinking aaloona and
gambling hells are daily exerting a feanul influ
ence over the rising population of our city. Can
these things be stopped ! If so, "up and at
Akkival or THE NoKTHER.t LlUIIT. This
legant and swift Propeller arrived in port on
Saturday afternoon from Lake Superiur, having
encountered some very severe weather. From
h?r officers we get the following memoranda:
She left Ontonagon Tueajav morning ; met
Aorft Sit at Portage Entry that evening; met
LaJy Elgin at Eeenawar Bay Wednesday mor
ning; met the luutou below Lake George on
Thursday afternoon; arrived at Detroit Friday
The Nortkern Light was detained an her as-
sage op, at ingle Harbor thirty-six hours by
the storm. On the return trip she experienced
very rough weather from the S.ut to Detroit, a
heavy gale blowing from the west. The office rs
speak of it as much the heaviest storm of the
season, and as severe as has ever been known
on even that " Lake of Storms." But few Tea
sels were on the Lake, those that were there
being anchored near the land. From Wednes
day uoop till Friday night it blew a fearful gale.
The Xorlk Star probajly found shelter at La
ante during the storm, the Laiy Elg-n at
Copper Harbor, and the Jliuuii at the Saut,
The cirgo brought to this city consists of
93,174 lbs. Copper, 93 gross tons Iron from Pi
oneer Iron Co., and 170 bbls. Fish to Hanoi,
Garretaon x Co. ; 8,517 lb,. Copper from Cen
tral Mine to Hussey McBridc, and 6 tons
merchandise. Nineteen thousand rive hundred
and twelve lbs. Copper were brotight to Detroit.
inety-eeven passengers were on board on the
The Kartlurn Ligkt leaves for Superior to
morrow (Tuesday) evening.
Policx CocaT. Morris Althenhiue yester
day came to town from Cincinnati and rode op
town in the same "bus that convoyed three la
dies, whose acquaintance he had made on
board the train, to the Johnson Hous-. In the
'bus was a pair of boots which belonged to Jas.
Xewlands who is stopping at the Water Cure.
These boots Athenhine put into his carpet bag
and took them to his boarding house. When
charged with stealing the boots, he said he
tbocght the ladies had left them, and he was
going to restore the lost property. The Haver
thought his plea rather an improbable one, and
fined him HO and costs, and 10 day, imprison
The oft continued case of Eliza Williams for
stabbing Wm. Moore, was disposed of, she be
ing bound over to the Court of Common Pleas
with t300 bail.
Amelia Elwell plead guilty to the charge of
keeping a bouse of ill fame. She was fined
125 and costs, or twenty days imprisonment,
which she considered as highly exhorbitant and
wouldn't pay the fine.
Sellie Ayres and Mary Snider, for residing in
honse of ill tame, were fined 1 10 each or 20
Loorie Moore, tor intoxication, fined (5 and
B oaiso has now
0 a hand the largest and
B est assortment of clothing
1 n Ohio, and is prepared to
S ell all articles in hia line,
O vrr 25 per cent, lower than ever.
N a charge for showing Goods,
S o come along one and all.
Recollect the place at the sign of the Big
Bed Coat Hold your Horses. Give us a call
and if we don't give you goods and prices to
suit you, don't buy.
W. S. ROBISON.
GcriTii. J. H. Taon.s. Teacher of tl.e Guit
ar, ooms at No. 3 Euclid street. Terms
Fifty cents per lesson. tf.
John Quincy Adams to Joshua R Giddings
It is a customary thing, remarks the State
Journal, with members of Congress to keep
Autograph Books, in which are inserted s;g-
natures, accompauied sometimes wilh an auto
graph sentence or two, of the Senators or Ren
resentatives who may serve during the same
time. A friend, who saw, not long since, the
Autogr.iph Book of (he venerable Represent
tive of the 2i)th District, was so much pleased
with the lines adJn-ssed to him by John Qain
cy Adiius, that he obtained a cony, which we
gladly transfer to our columns. The names o
Adams and Giddipgs will be hallowed iu the
grateful remembrance of all true lovers ot
Freedom, Justice and Humanity, when party
Presidents and party JuJges shall be preseved
only by the citalogues.
TO JOSHUA R. GIDDINGS OF JEFFERSON, ASHTABULA
When first together htre we meet.
Askance each other we behold
The lutur mingiinp with the sweet.
The arm att.-uipered by the rol.i.
We seek with searching keu to find
Auul conccn:al with our own ;
For mind in svtnjiathy with mind
Instinctive dreads to walk aloue.
And here, from regions far apart.
We came, one purpose to purnue ;
Each with a warm aud h.net heart.
Each with a spirit firm and true;
Intent with anxious aim to learn,
Kach other's character we scan ;
And soon the difference we discern
lletween 'he fair and faithlos man.
And here with scrutinizing eye
A kindred soal with mine to see.
And longing bosom tit scry,
I sooirht, and found at last " in thee.
Fareweil, my iriend. aud if once more
We meet within this hail a-.ain,
Be ours the blcwnt; to restore
Our country's, and the righlM of nun.
H. R. U. S , Washington, June 17, IS4 1, anni
ol the hatlle or liunkcr s Hill.
Of Quincy, Mass.
Extraordinary Counterfeiting on the Turkish
The New York Herald gives the fallowii g ac
count of the seizure in that city of over Stno.
000 of bogus money, tocth.-r with the plates,
tc., and the arrest of Madame Sevesti, the dis-
tributress of the counterfeit bills, at Syria, Tur
key. It is one of the most extraordinary coun
terfeiting operations iu the criminal records.
The Herald says :
The money is ail Turkish bilfc, aud a larire
amount oi it uas neen stieces;lii!lv passed in
Constantinople by a woman, who from ail the
particulars that wc have been enabled to learn.
was the prime mover m the operation, and the
principal or chief of a gang who ai Jed her in its
It appe irs that the woman, whose name is
Mrs. Sevesti, a Moldavian, came to this countrv
about a Jear ao. and put up at the SL krlio.
las Hotel uo ier the arsumcd name of Madame
Uaihuer. It is not known if she was accompa
nied here by any person, but after a runt stay
at the above hotel she changed her quarter to
a private boarding house in the upjier part of
inc city, .cany last spring sue calico ujion air.
in u a. Harrison, a printer, doiivr business
at 82 Duane street, and desired to knotv what
he would print a certain amount of labels for.
and obtain the plates, rxc, necea-ary for the
printing Mr. Harrison informed her of his
price, when i-he Iclt ; but in a few days alter
she airun called, and ordered four dozen ot
electrotype plates to be made, representing a
very cuuous looking label, which appears lo
have Imaseji; oi a Turkish hill, with various
Arabic letters in the centre and around the
edoes. Mr. Harrison thought them to be a la
bel for some t'liinefe invention, and did not for
one moment hesitate to accept the job. He ac
cordingly sgree.1 to hive th plates manufac
tured at the earliest moment. An arrin'eiuent
was then made that Air. Harrison should print
GOO.OOd copra atone dol.'ar a thousand, and
tnat they should be done within a certain giv
en tune. Hie wok was accordingly liuuhed,
and all delivered, with Jllie exception of about
one-quarter of the bills, which, together wi;h
the pbtrs. were left in Mr. Harrison's care, uu
til they should be called for by Mrs. Savesti.
Nothing lurtuer was Heard ol tins woman bv
Mr. Harrison until yesterday, when, about two
o'clock in the nl't-m n, he was surprised by
the entrance of ab idy of men vtho were n.i less
than Sergeant ilarney. Acting Sergeant Thos.
Sampson, and ollieers Ihistced, Ulackwell, Hil-
lard, tlomgan, Weals, rowler, Armstrong and
Freeman, ot the Mayor's squad, with a warrant
to seize all found in the place.
Madame Jvvesti, it ai.tiears, as soon as she
procured the Ulis, had three larre trunks manu
factured with false bottoms, and in a short time
sailed in a steamer for Europe. There she pro
cured aiassjge in the steamer Ajii Solia wlnrh
runs between Liverpool and Coiistamiiiople,
and landed at Syria. On leaving the steamer
she appeared very anxious alnxit her lugirajre.
anu requested an r.nriisnman, who wav attach
ed to Hie Steam Coi.oianv 's othce, to accompa
ny tier to ine usu.m l louse, doping that by
his assistance she mi'-lit have the examination
got through more readilr and with less nuor.
n alra expressed anxiety let Ux-r dressi-s aud
other articles ol toilet should be rumpled. 1 .ie
director of the Custom House, Abdullah Hillet
Bey, assured her, wilh the greatest courtesy,
that nothing should be injured, hut that her
trunks must be opened, this was done, and
the very first locked at was found to have
false bot'om. On this the Director Lad
all the rest of the luggage removed into Ihe
inner room, and requested Ihe lady to follow
A further search "was then made, and two
other trunks were lounj to be made in the
same manner, and to have carefuily packed
in Uiem lorgel notes ol twenty piastre, to
the total ainouut of l.:kKJ fKH) pia-jres, made up
in packages of 1000 each, t he I ,.ly herself
as altera ardsatearched, and t.Vre were found.
carefully sewed up in her under fririn- nu,
20.000 piastres more of the same n t.-, T.
lady and her naggaire were immidiately sent off
to the .Ministry ot Police, and on ber way
thither she betrayed the utmost alarm and agit.
lion. On Deiuir lnterroirated by the Minister
she gave her name as 8 C , that of one
of the bret families in the Last. She sta:,l
that she was a native of Moldavia, and was a
married woman. She was afterward removed
to the prison for women and carefully watched
i .1.- r.n . . , . '
anu on me loiiowin uay was taken lo the
forte and examined by the Grand izn r him.
srlf. It is believed she is only the aceut of a
band of forger who havu made Syria their
i tact ol ber arrest caused a creat sensa
tiou for a time in 3vria, and steps were inline
ately taken ty the Minister of Police and the
UUouian government to ferret out. if possible.
here the bills were obtained and printed.
the uttoman government accordingly wrote to
the Turkish Minister at London, stitmgthe ar
rest oi Airs. Sevesti, with a large quantity of
"caiwea," or paper money : and that she had.
urine; a judicial proceeding made before the
mister ol folice, stated that she bsd caused
the "caimes" to be printed by the above named
printer in this c ty. The Turkish Minister al
intlon according! y wrote to the Consul for
the Ottoman porte in this city, J. 1 1 or ford
Smith, Esq., which letter arrived ou Wednes
day, by the Araao. irivin? bis suspicion Uiat
there was yet a large quantity of the counterfeit
money lo be lounu ou Harrison s premises.
1 ne omeers, on searching Harrisons place.
recovered about c 400.0W) of the counterfeit
money, which they found upon the shelves in
office. All the plates were recovered, and,
together with the prisoners, conveyed before the
Mr. Harrison, when arrested, seemed very
much surprised, especially when informed that
he had been arrested for counterfeiting. There
can be no doubt but that Mr. Harrison was en
tirely ignorant of what use the material was to
have been put to, and ax stated by him, before
the Mayor, that he supposed them to be labels
for some Chinese article. The other parties
rrciea were jonn oomey, Kicbartl i weed, J,
W. r.umsey, M. J. Stillwell. Fred. Stiner. Mor.
tit Roach, James Connelly, and W. F. Griffith,
The Mayor, after a short conversation with
Mr. Smith decided to hold Mr. Harrison to biil
iu the sura of 2,000 to answer, if any exami
nation might be required. His clerks were also
arid as witnesses. Mr. Harrison soon gave the
rcquireu oan ami was discharged.
lie describes Mrs. Sevesti as a woman anoa
reuily aloul forty years of ace, and was at all
times elegantly attired and very lady-like in her
Mr. Harrison, who prined the bills for Madame
Sevesti, was honorably discharged after he made
his explanation of the facta in the case. Hav
ing no knowledge of the Turkish language, he
supposed the matter he printed to be merely
Libels with Chinese characters upon them, and
to be used in Eastern commerce. The plates
and " caimes " were delivered up to the proper
authorities by Mr. Harrison.
The punishment in the Ottoman Empire for
forgery or counterfeiting was instant death m.
fifteen years ago. But it is presumed Mrs. Se
vesti will be imprisoned some fifteen year, for
the above offense.
The money recovered by the Custom U.,
officer at Syra was found mostly in false trunks
sain a mattress.
The fact of her oflerinir one of th oir..r.
eo note created, suspicion, and caused the dis
eovery of the money and her arrest.
LiRler the head of Fine Art Gossip we find
iI.a f. .1 1 : 1 - . .
iracraun in me xxHKlon AlAe-
maum of the 10th of September :
The most enterprising artists we have hear.!
of are those from America, who have souatted
somewhere near Turkey, and circulated the
notes ot the Constantinople Bank, so well forced
as to do credit to the power ot the felonious
Later from Utah
The Salt Lake Mail arrived at St Joseph on
the 1st inst, with Utah dates to Sept. 11th.
The St. Louis iVfu-s says :
The California and Salt Lake Mail h.,I her-n
robbed by the Indians in Carson Valley. The
young man, Maytield, who, with two others,
had the mail in charge, fire on the savages,
killing three, and then fled, giving the mail to
the enemy, who tt-re up the coaches, and bore
off the animals. Pr. Fomey, the Indian
Agent at Salt Lake City, was on the eve of
suiting for Carson Valley to look after the
A bloody affray occurred at Salt Lake Citv on
the night of the 16th ot September, between
Rurker, the keeper of a eamblins? home, and a
man named Peel. Rucker was shot dead, and
el mortally wuunded.
Brigham Younir still kept close, beinn eon.
fined in his dwelling, and seldom going
From Pike's Peak we have more ennlr..
dictory reports. Several person were met
near Fort Laramie who pronounced the gold
diggings a humbug, while others who were
met on the road pronounced them to be vers
Railways and Telegraphs.
Telegraphs have become indispensable as an
auxiliary to leading Railways in this country
ml in Europe, and it is estimated Uiat a aintH
track liailroad, with a Telegraph line we!
juipped and managed, can transport one-third
more than the same road can without a tel.
graph, and that, too, with far greater safety to
life and limb, and to equipment. The Cincin
nati Commercial says :
The fourereat Roads the N. Y. Central. N.
Y. aud Erie, Pennsylvania Central, and Balti
more and Ohio each have a line of telegraph
exclusively worked for the running of trains.
toe VAKnpanies uiat nave a telegraph wire ex
clusively for Railroad business, under contract
with the estern Union Telegraph Company,
a.T! ui nunmo ana trie K. tt., Cleveland aud
Erie R. R , Cleveland Toledo K. R. Miehiiran
a. i. it k., .Michigan Central R.
It., Detroit and Milwaukee R. It.. C C. and C.
aad Little Miami, C. and X. K. R., Terre Haute
and Alton and St. Louis K R , and the Ohio
entrai xv n. ine Hoes lor the last two
siued Roads aro now in course of construe
The Cempanies having the partial use of a
legraph wire in common with the Western
Union Telegraph Company, are as ibllows :
Ulno and fenusvlvania. Ohio and Indiana.
lineago and Milwaukee; Belletontaine and In
diana, Sandusky, Mansfield and Newark; Louis
ville and rraokiort; New Albany and Salem
Iadianapoiu and Cincinnati: Toledo. Wabash
and Western; and Cleveland and Prttsbnrgh.
l . r t . ..
i uo last luree jtoatis nave the right from the
Western Union Telegraph Co. to put upon the
poies aiong ineir roaus a second wire I r Kail
way business exclusively, and negotiations are
nuing to eiiect the arrangement.
The construction and equipment of Teleeraph
hues nas become a prominent and leading fea
ture with the Western Union Telegraph Co -
All the machinery, insulators, battery, material,
Ac, rke., are n.anntactured at the company's
shops in Cleveland, and are of the most substan
tial and approved kind. No expense has been
spared in introducinv improvements, and re
building and insulating all the lines iu their
control. As an evidence of the demand for
telegraph line, the Western Union Telegraph
Co., has constructed during the past year, near
ly two thousand mile, to be used exclusively
or ranway purposes, and mere are now in
course of construction, nearly one thousand
more, which ar to be completed be for the first
oi January next.
ttr The widow of the murdered Luea has
been tendered (250 from the Democratic E
ecuUve Committee. W understand that she
indignantly refused to receive it. sajing: "Poor
as I am, I cannot accept relief from hands red
wim uie uie-blood ol my husband." Noble
woman ! worthy widow of a martyr to freedom
op.uiou. 1,1a. units.
OIL CLOTHS! OIL CLOTHS!
a RE AT BARGAINS!
Pv ( Jt ft 1 in. wide,
Fs. at 13 i':. 6 m wul-.
H. at 1- ft. wide.
Fs ai 12 it I in wide.
J0 Ps. of narrow ( U'lhs. frw "i it. to f.. wide, at ery
-- m suurr u mw ACeU.S
a so, nare yard, Ala
200 PIECES CARPETS,
prrCe lower ha Trrf're offered in th- ens. i
tcter witn UKLXAst IS. ' Y. 1. T CLiJI MS AND M - J
tip nr aivi., , x. avuat lite iuwai p-it.tm :rtc
h. c7 S. lAVMilNU t lO
Coroa MjUttnf ,
VelTet and Bruaaria,
ThrM-Dlv SimI I i.rr. i
CottM and Hossp CarpaUacs.
f" At TAYLOR. CRISWOf DtFOI.
Tii! I ' a i; u i.' i u i i.un.c. l- v j
iiM.r jii o, V. ill. I'll I . n
NEW MhliALI.IO.N PATTEKNS OF VELVET
AKPi. r, ust anrrbasisd. and will no ia Mwe 1. a da, or
A I i, new .tries uf T.;l . . hniwii. ai tr.sl K-.r-
lr.s Uiaa Ul. old owes oust.
"PJ RAYMOND CO
NGLISH MADDER PRINTS..
iwnitseal attlee Eniia Mwrier Caltrow. the hs-st
uiMi ttualu in ever rtdrml ia I Bis city, at iic nhiil.i
rcceivea. mrm 1- BALDWIN ft CO
Hats, Caps & Furs.
L BENEDICT & Soli's
APE OPEXINif A LARGE
XA. valu able . rot k o-
LADIES AND tllllDSEX'S FL'SS.
LaJtr? I'f mt lt--il lu
tuetr puivuusrs, ft.
lU a. ul uiiii'te iSm. b inr- nwii..g
Vtw No.) Mi Miff)! M.
(LKNGAiU' AD SCOTCH ei
V-l t AFS-cftuiuite arti'le-)t r-ce.tfd ier Hm 1
A I o, I r.'ia V
elii. ( Ar. i.
' S v k ri liie i and Tri
J i-';il ell
Tis tr S'i'.frr rrer-t
"'AISLE CASSIMKUK IIA'JS, r :-it
' r-.MlKK V .M.-.li, d..i,u.l 1 11 I S
uu ,r. i.tiu. al tl'IT.
I a . u .
H ATS AM' t AIS Au
e. t'l. nr rljr itK !r-:i a:-d B. - m -ir-b.t
aWtlsra tiT 'ii nl Wi. t. , i ,t
rft xJat It It' T I '. IS 'Min-n irerrt.
S"ilk, (.vs a Pauls tiifv'r'
HAL- 'ALI SI VI. US .,.., d ,lf al ! -'
"P'.' P. H III i Mi rvr , ft. gSj,
foiling, 4Joo!Neli &. Co.,
Fur, Straw and Millinery Goods,
Nsx, 37 Water Street, (1 p-Slairs.)
WE ARE NOW IX RECEIPT OF
II UVH 1.ARLV FALL STOCK .1' lb. sl.
GimjU. sji.1 .hail rvceire weekly, ufT uur owu aud olu.r
NEW AXU DESIRABLE STYLES.
Ailari.r.1 tr t'l. Weater. rlmirul. Al. ri.nf. f.,r tiro.
T K ,N D a I O.'S Amen-n .! Fpux-h HlCKSKlN
MUI.LUI 13 AMI .Mi l r.in Ijmb Maa son rhmt
Liod. COLLIN-s ODiiUKi.L k CO.
L.UEXELICT & SOXS JSCJ
At. daily rcma UMir At-MI
FALL AXD WIXTER
It'ats ami Vaps,
Comprising s wisr of strle. f
GEXTS' SILK AXD CASrlHEEE HATS,
fvrtb. r.llofl-rM. Also, sll th. LATEST STYLES
SOFT FELT HATS.
Ot .11 Colors;
CLOTH. PLUSH, VELVET, AND BLAZED
Also, a gout! aasortmrnl of
For LsdtM, Ormts, aad Childrea,
TRl'NKS AND TBAVELINO BAUS.
All of wtneh w. will sell mt very low pnerw, at
fit 73 Mnpfrior Street.
No- 19 Superior Street.
WE ARE IX RECEIPT OF THE
y f FALL PTtLiS m'
Gents' Silk and Ca-ssimere Hats.
AXD SOFT HATS,
Embracisg all tli.
Lata Styles of tvo.su lit, Hun fa.ria.li,
Of all Colon. Call and exuuioe fur jottrselrea, at
BOYS' and CHILDREN'S HATS.
A verrfi.ie ,mraent of Nr. W STYLES, lor Faix
A svjsJL. recetvaii tats day.
L. BEXEDrrT V SOS.
.EW nil A.VO WIMtli litlUUsI
FULLETt & CO.,
Ns 25 Water Street,
OFFER to their customers, and other
HEALERS, slant, sod well aasurud sua. ot
HATS, CAPS, FURS,
Our Gtxalsharinr been o:.a::c' urrl roe u. bef-re? th
latr sjvort m aJu-lt. wt r enah r-J tn otfr-r luihRV-tasMjoi.
t l iQito elsfrwbrre. C ash and IMt-tui buversare
respectiutiy uiumI U eXAmtoe our tlurt.
FI LLER A CO
anTT JlwSnJ'i l WATFH-ST.
A LARGE CONSIGNMENT from
- JuhostUJwn. of M.Kwin'i Ceirhrated MaaatsaclLtr.
)utU rsceiveJ. aitd axe otfirred tor ule elio.is.
FULLER A CO.,
n?Tdaw 2m 3d jft Wat-r Si i vet.
SILK AND CA.SSIMLRE HATS,
W SopenoT rtreet
E. STAIR & CO.
Have Received tba
GENTLEMEN'S SILK HATS
17 Wm particularly call Ui. altvutio. of Yo.ru; Gentle-
u io our
YOUNG HEX'S STYLE.
Whirl, is a aaoat beaotiial sad becoaautc Hat.
an3 E. STAIR fc CO . IS SarM-nT Street.
TUUAKSt 1 Tltl AKS !I
Direct Horn Manutiturers. aa
)K C if I.Jalli-a' aii.l Irs-Dts' frY-
- Trait. LdtaiUer HaT". aad
1. BUTTS tt I O.,
No. 2& Siueroir'tt.
M US A KD II AT-Just received p
and tjoite new to style, at T ?
1 5 8 .
. C. PESDLETOX s CO ,
DEALERS IN LEHIGH, LACK
iwiia. Brier Hill. Cbixnewa. laltmdca and ir
OlSr. No SOviatt's Ezraarc Yard luotSktxrior Street.
JEWBERRY LUMP COAL. This
utrior article of BITCMIXOL'S COAL. wUica
aarttcakU(velaut-Uto ttome.lic tiirnr j, aa well a !
teain uKi aiuiih aae.caa ue bad oi iae udeiacU Actttb
i tie v aipany.
Orders inr .m orfnrvint'ade will rieeiecuted with di
atrrt.and Coilil!iTrrd at anr part oi the city of auht)
wuru win otH is ii to mease, n ten ai fi;nrioi our tiiscea
atlbestoreof Uaylord fc HammuoU. So.ivijri.f-it.
M Uf ILL. S w llbr.lif. K,
-tT ?io . Rrer triel ai..l C k H. 'u; Hi. r.
VOW IS THE TIME TO 'JET IN
a roar w inter suLtply we are dailr recein a sui
articl i-r stove aod (Urates, wKwh we sell nr $A
pertoa. ranies wtskintrttipurrhtnewiM do veil t , ive
a i-ali. Alio uersiiiruait me rout O0.ee praiDiv ai
imjcq to. tin'.- ami i arn on t, . r. at- it rier aou ai
fc P. K at- Mac iiue buop. Idkeatu-et
3Iillinery Goods l
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. We
T are tvm in receiot n FALL MILLINF.UY
;iO bS. aud Mih'aeri will lu d U arcutl ts.Uteirad-
to eiumtiw oar slock of
renr-h h 'w r,
A Of rx a a KiwtT.
PUtm wtid l ar-'T RibUws,
Juiue tl Hlo d.
Pitt em H-ta.
. aifT Koanera.
Boaiu t Kasarhe,
Udtv V ire.
all the ma'erial Dr" unin to the MiJuj-tt 1 riie
have a larfa Block of rtkoace Uond-. an. will sell titeai
III 'RFir VUll .vIllHi.aJIw K m tJ I.
FULL ASSORTMENT OF NEW
T. wkjck w. call la. aiirslina of lb. Trad.
27 dAw2ra 202 FULLER A CO.
THE LADIES. We have just
receive,! a Iare aad-ao,ce lot oi new klb(xnv iw
-a ia. brm i4sbe cnotce aao aew n atmaist i
inter Boanets.all uf watch have been fetna-ht i,r elm
will toe m fkbcknt LStTHts ruisil raicg
wirany anu auke a iClectmn while the artB4CU
ituneie. At feHAW A t'e 'a,
decs 13s KcperMirs
Millinery, Dry Goods.
0PKI5A i-'I .VN'XELS, IX PLAIN
ClI...!;- l . -nAbES.
OPL.t t FLANNKI m -wi,! brirss. for Childnss;
OPEr.A FLANN1 uua. lot Gsatlessra's Shuts;
HOB ROY PLAIDS;
ocl TAYLOR, U1USW0LD A CO.
I ELEGANT IRISU P0PLLX3, IN
J Plaut ..J eu.l-.
VALE NCI AS.
IULiiki O OTTOMANS.
KtcH nm:-s mi.ks.
ALL WO I. UEI AINr.,
PMI.NTrU SIEKI.Ni-M. k
Kocrr.d bv.ij , Lj i-rs
U. D KENDALL dt CO.,
'15 2 tT ffnnfrir If.) .iirl lor St.
- bid. Itssd and Plaia.
SILK VES'itNUS. k
ei H P KEX D AIM. ofc CO
J?0R GENTLEMEN'S MORNING
F.iR UE.NTI.LMEVJ MORNING GOWNS
ocl TAYLOR, GRISWOLD 4 CO.
IJL'RK Rill NlKVTN E A SUPE-
1. KIU Ah l tt l.K. titia u lasiMMll. ir W cents per
U-4tle, (Woflit ca. uol ) W WAKkt.N,
S'Uier'or ntre. ror. tr m encc.
OAXAUA (MAY CASl.MERK tor
lEXTS'LUXG COTTON IIOSE-
:" W. W A K HEN'S.
I AMORAL SKIRTS
I s MILKu..lo Uaiuuc:a.
ADIES MANTLE SHAWLS At
el V.' WAKKENN
LAD IKS' hUESS (H)Oi AU the
tw kbtl tJiktuM.abMf twtles st
So-rri,iT rtrcl. c .ri.rr . I Seacr.-
A FMF.M'il elllMS
Of the choicest desisma and beat
TAYLOR, GRISWOLD A CO'S.
S. RAYlMOiSD & CO.,
Nat. 63 Nuperiwr Street,
BLACK DRESS SILKS,
f .impr rains;
GROS DE RHINE. TOCLT PE SOIE. BROCADES, a
FANCY DKKSS SILKS, is jirau nnly;
BROCHA 5UA I.,
THE NEW STILE MANTILLA SHAWLS;
BAY STATE H WLS;
VK LMNES AND FRENCH SJAL1COES,
MEItHMAC AND COLHECO d.
RIBUoNS, HOSIERY. GLOVES, a LACE.
F.MB D COLLARS AND SLEEVES;
BHOADCLOIHS, CAilSlAtERES, VESTINUS
And ntureto ariive, at 63 Superior Sunt.
seplS S. KAYMOXD ft CO.
GREAT BARGAINS in CAMBRIC
and Miuli t C'oUars, Edgiao a-sd laninrs, Uunda,
if- . latwst stv!'
II Y 31 AS & CO.'S.
TR ARE JUST OPENING A
V T larre s ottinent ol FALL liRY GOODS. atnorur
awn are I 'liowiar barrain:
BMILI.IAN IS ttrds. Jbrtt ,
ALL WOl L PLAID.',. .C4eta,j.rd..worui Mrta,
Do. d,, d,i. . 11 " - -.a
RAW SILK PLAID... ..i:4 - - - -
"I E HYMAW a lO.
ADIE.s' DRESS TRIMMINGS.
ELE'l NT FRINGES
El.tGA.Nl- V LVFT RIBBONS.
. a 1 1 La, BUITONS,
flETTBER.: a HAUSMASN'S
Ju! received at
At RFTTRFRO fc HAUSMAXVi
kj A N-w et)e. it
RErTBEUO a HAUSMASN;
IiERLlN ZEFIlYR WORSTED,
All i . Jt,. at
i:':.tbero k "ArWAvyfa.
P011 MISSES' WEAR
SM ILL Fl.a'RED WOOL DELAJ.NES
FOR 3IISES- WE.lIt,
SMALL FIiiURED ilLSLIN DELAINES.
FOE MIS.-r.S- WE in.
PRIN TED HZBIN0ES.
sep28 TAYLOR, GRISWOLD A CO.
JfOR LADIES' MANTLES,
WIDE BLACK VELVET.
DRAB AND U.IOWN BROADCLOTHS.
FOB LADILV RAGLANS.
ALL SHADES EROADCOTHS.
sepf TAYLOR. CRISWOLD A CO.
Uaraiiis i'orjhc People.
e. i. n.iLu uriiv r co.
RE STILL OFFERING the most
loall knHhorsi'MMER UCOD3. ron. ared was wait,
anrarovs Iri.ie imiii..(:ous are suuul, rkliruloua W.
Meadny, AacaM 9th,
The bU BarcKii'S ret.
1000 Yds. Lslra ira 1 Sliillin; Bareges,
Plu. il.r. all w..,l aad rape rise uUity. at
.r enli.e tvr ul SUMMER .:OODS for MKN AND
HOTS' WEAR, al aJi..al ott rrn' on be d -II . r.
E I BALDWIN k CO.
BO IS SUMMER
bet aMntfinirul at
.SPRINGS A aew article, at $1. 5 ir et.
i HIOKtiA.N fc ROOT.
fAiXTILiiAS ilLKUAiNT LCA
liJl I hfrml Mir.: Irs.
P'l Imt I Al . at i last,
lt a L l'o,i,.
U i liatitt mi le Tfet SltawU,
liu -are si ik Taha-ts,
t.loih aid Linen hatirane.
Iitis:er in 9 e I vtriet,
Baretre and Orenarha Whavla.
Otir tock ol tLae pot!s is ai-etiual d a tn-s marknt.
Ill V. I BA1.HW1N it CO.
(XCR STOCK OF COTTON H0SIE-
KY w lUo Uxt m the rr. an. I nM . f our otu
Kr.l ft, lit. M IIAUSMANN.
T7H0LKSALKOR RETAIL. We
iaave aw in st-re. aad toarirav.
"jai M . '-liv-ctiitdrs,
frtt do (Kactjs
:.i d. wu k.
! d Twin.
Jut do V. .dJin-,
1 do B .r-.
)il d i F ..uracks.
M iio leri una,
.f. ill rSlriitaS,
tW .to I'h'kw,
M d' lion Yarn,
ai evion Harp,
IrirsH-ji H fat'ltedCoitow?-
&l do Prints
NOHUAX fc ROOT.
CnOICE ASSORTMENT of new
a large sit e4 Ik. rant ante, uf
a law sierM ai cuoic.
MORCA fc root.
STAYS ! STAYS ! REYNOLDS A
CO PATENT CORSET. III. be t i..iur.l
lr..at iliIun:!. with elastic tact, r.-ndeiin, Uali tnat
tar iirired t r (trace he..u, and ,fml.rt
t-!41 TAILOR GKlVtOLD a CO.
EL BALDWIN & CO. ure exhibit.
ing live saoU extensive aod .tuffuiwceiit atock Of
ofiafTd t th'a citv manv of tkem of coitnei smivloa
the aarjaU tM.Urivle tlktkif an.
BrorTie. kne and square.
Ha t.te ana o aer woti. ioag uu sotUF
Vetvet P lish. a la p.i.
Chenille nnd i hetiitle Fdirea.
iiob kov. Sieha aa4 Ci.cxilar.
Jarinl steHa riivd ri.rvrar.
Chin' a 'id I-idm Bn?hr a Cnjllo.
Flat" bl k fc ai TLtiet.
Veliwtr Ma. la.
Mrsaea twrm, kasj aas tqaara.
NOVELTIES BY KTERV STEAMER.
E. L BAXDWIX & CO.