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COWLES k CO.
MONDAY WORM.OCT.llt 1
Republican State Nominations.
For Supreme Jade,
WILLIAM V. PEJK, of Scioto.
J or Comptroller,
TVILLIAM B. THRALL, of Franklin.
For At'omer General.
CHRISTOPHER P. WOLCOTT, of Summit.
F Mem'ierB-nrd of Pob'ic Works,
JOHN L. MARTI X, of Butler.
Republican District Nomination
For Mrmm of CaasTess.
EDWARD WADE, of Cuuhogi.
Republican County Nominations.
For Jaife of lbs Court of Cosiraoa Pini,;
For sheriff. -DAVID
WILLIAM W. RICHARDS.
1st District E LIAS S.ROOT,
JJ " CHRLES J. BALLARD,
3-1 " WILLIAM BOWLER.
For Jus' ire.
. WELLS PORTER,
ERAS IT'S SMITH.
Fcblic Meetinu. lion. Edward Wade, Mem
ber of Conjress from this District, will addresa
bis constituents on Monday evening tlie 11th of
October hist , at the old Court House in this
A attendance is requested.
JOHN A. FOOT,
Chairman Rep'n. Cen. Com.
Cleveland, Oct. 4, 1858-td.
Public Meeting the Evening.
The Hon. Edwasd Wads, Member of Con
gress, will address his Constituents at the Old
Court House this evening.
We trust the people will fill the House. It is
the evening before an important contest is to be
decided, and the matiors Mr. Wads; will discuss
have a direct bearing on the State and National
issues presented. Hear Mr. Warm, and" pitch
in" for a big day's work at the polls early to
The Market Movement Once More.
We publish the communication of "Ontario
Street" with pleasure, for we wish both aides
of the question so closely affecting tue interests
of ail our citizens should be fairly presented.
The "handsome buildinjs for the sale of meats"
referred to, have all been erected since meat
wagons were permitted to stand on Ontario St,
and meat of them the past season. So long as
the butchers occupying thera wete permitted to
enjoy the mono oly of catling up and selling
meats by less quantity than the quarter, the
. meat wagons were tolerated with but alight if
any objections. It is only since the repeal of
the market ordinance, since steaks, roasts, etc
can be bought at three, four, or five cents leas
per pound from wagons than when the cutting
up monofioly existed, that retail wagons on On-
t.trio street have become such a "nuisance !"
At this time the street and sidewalk in front of
the ' handsome buildings' is kept clear of ra
tail meat and vegetable wagons, and the saros
fficiency on the part of "Ontario Street" would
keep the front of his business premises free of
the "nuisance" he complains of.
' Wti are assbred that the great majority of the
property owners and business establishments on
Ontario do not desire the removal of the mar
ket people fiom thit street, and only ask the
Council to let well enongh alone. We know
that such is the wish of the oldest and most
extensive retail pork 6m on the street, who do
not object to the occupancy of tlie street and
iJcwa'k in front of their "handsome building
three half days in the week by market men and
women. They believe in free trade in meats
as well as in breadstuff, fruits and vegetables,
and are willing to take their chances in turning
the nimble sixpence.
While we are free to admit that '.Me congrega
tion ol raarket wagons and market people on a
treet has serious objections and operates in
jurously on certain interests and some kinds of
business, as a whole the advantages far out
weigh the disadvantages. This is demonstra
ted by the location of markets in nearly all the
principal cities. They are central, and business
centres around them. In Cincinnati, for in
stance, the pablic markets are in the heart of
the city, and during market mornings at each
the streets and sidewalks contiguous are worse
blockaded than Ontario. Ia Pittsburgh the
market is equally central, and the sidewalks
and streets thronged. In both cities the
"handsome buildings" adjacent to the markets.
as on Ontario street, never display the ominous
ign "To Rent."
The argument that street market men and
women pay no city taxes nor rents and there
fore should not be tolerated, is fallacious.
Without their presence and trade the city would
suffer and languish, and persons charged with
city tixes and rents would find harder scratch
ing than ever to discharge either. The city
and ejuntrj are mutually dependent, and both
have to bear their proportion of the public
burthens. They should cultivate comity and
good will, rather than strive to go alone and
harraas each other by unreasonable exactions.
It should be borne in mind too, that very many
of the men and women who three forenoons in
a week make Ontario street their trading mart,
reside within the city Germans and others
owning lots in the suburbs, who cultivate gar
dens and bring to the public market the fruits
of their industry. Some of the most extensive
gardeners too have their establishments within
the city limits, and pay a full share of city tax
cs and rents. Many of the butchers who tell
from wagons are residents of the city, and so
long as the old market was suffered to stand on
Michigan street, each, whether from city or
county, paid a tax to the Market Clerk in the
aggregate nearly equal to the rent of a stall.
The proceedings of the Workingmen's Meet
ing, so far as they bear on what they are pleased
to term the " Ontario street monopoly," require
but a word of comment. The meeting was
not a large one, and the Centra Market interest
oft the bank of the Cayaboga was actively rep
resented. The land speculators in that quarter
at the expense of the city, are awake to every
scheme and opportunity to manfscture public
opinion and advance their private interests.
Should they ultimately sneered in forcing by
ordinance the meat and other market wagons
from Ontario to Pittsburgh street, they would
not only measurably restore the old meat mo
nopoly on the former, but would greatly dis
commode the market people and their custom
ers of all classes. We again repeat, that the
true interests of the city and citizens will be
best subserved by letting well enough alone.
SSXT TO THE RCFOBM ScHOOt The lilt Co-
lambus Gprette states that two boy, less than
16 years of age, one from Cleveland, the other
from Cincinnati, have just been transferred
from the Penitentary to the Stat Reform
On Tuesday. Vote early, and your vote is
sure. V otes are gooa ior ntuuing uuiwuc
ballot-box. Once in they count. If you defer
voting to a late hour, something may occur to
prevent your voting at all. An early vote se
cures it from any such contingency. Be sure
and vote at all events ; and vote early t make
sure against every mischance of accident, busi
ness or forgetfulness.
Vote Early! Disasters on the Lakes.
The late gales were unusually heavy, but as
yet the disasters reported are comparatively few
and not as serious as might be anticipated, proD
ably fur the reason that about half the Lake
fleet is laid up. We give such items as have
reached us since Friday evening.
The propeller Adriatic and Wabash alky
were driven back to Port Huron, the latter hav
ing lost her anchor. The propeller Oriental on
her way with a cargo of Merchandize from Buf
falo to the Lake Michigan ports, broke her main
crank when about 50 milea from North Mantiou.
Ttie tug Mc Queen left Chicao to aid foe
propeller on Friday. She belongs to the Amer
ican Transportation Company, and her situation
when last heard from was critical.
Oa Friday painful rumors were afljat at Chi
cago as ti the probable loss of the propeller
Montezuma, Capt. Xapier, plying between Chi
cago and St. Joseph, on the eastern shore ol
Lake Michigan. She left St. Joseph W ed:ses-
day night for Chicago, being due there on
Tliursjiy morning at an early hour. Xothing
had been heard of her at Chicago up to Friday
evening, or at St, Joseph up to 9 A.M. Friday.
The brig Ocean Eagle, from Milwaukee to
Detroit, with wheat, reached Detroit on Wed
nesday, leaking fast, with 2,000 bushels of her
cargo wet. The barque Great West is aground
at the head of the Rapids on the Canada side of
Detroit river, nearly opposite the lighthouse,
Afore-and after is ashore on the American side
near the mouth of the St. Clair river. The brig
Paragon is ashore below Sewport, and a large
white schooner below Fort Gratiot A white
fore-and-after of about 120 tons is ashore at
South Pass. She U deeply loaded and hard on,
beaded to the shore. The scow E.npire,of De
troit, loaded with stone, pounded out her bot
tom at Winfield's dock above at alien, and be
came a total wreck.
The sch. J. M. Lee, bound down with a car
go of lumber from Saginaw, went ashore iu the
gale a few miles below Ashtabula.
Some rather startling financial disclosures
have just been made in Michigan. The Detroit
Adeirtiser states that it turns out that while the
Democrats had control of the State Govern
ment, they defrauded the University Fund out
of 825.550, and the Common School Fund out
of 871,703. Besides pocketing t'lii 97,Xi0 of
public money, they cheated tha chool Fund
out of 8230,000, in the fraudulent sale ol a sec
tion of School Land, containing valuable copper
ing stateum.t of Receipts and disbursements
fur the mouth of September, 1S53 :
o' it rso.it
Mi tun jt.d FriR Csnal
J .s . tefqm ln..atvi ueut C'susl .
H n k me Canal .. ..
W aibundliis; Csual
Diabatecsucala sir aanil:tue
.... illlltl It
The total receipts for the month of Septem
ber, 1S57, were $38,005 91. Disbursements
for tlie same time $41,C19 54. Increase in re
ceipts in September 1858 over same month last
year, SI. 874 6C. Decrease in expenses over
same month last year, $1 9,408 74.
Certificates of Naturalization
It h'ts been decided by the Hamilton County
District Court, Judges Swan, Carter, Oliver and
Mallon unanimously agreeing, that the Probate
Court has no jurisdiction in matters of Natural
ization, on the ground that it is not a Court of
Record with Common Law jurisdiction, within
the meaning of the Naturalization Laws of the
So states the Cincinnati Enquirer of Satur
day, which says this decision will effect some two
thousand final certificates of naturalization. It
advises every one having his final certificate
issued by the Probate Court to go before one of
the Judges of the Common Pleas, or the Sup.
rior Court, and get another certificate.
The Resccces. In noticing the swamping
of the sailboat Isabel, of Cleveland, offFairport
pier, the Painesville Advertiser says the four
who clung to the boat were rescued ' by the
bravery of Capt. Harrison, of the ecow Fortier,
Capt. Jackson, of the schr. Twin Sister, Mr.
Goddard, Engineer of the Prop. Lady of the
Lake, Wm. Chapman, Henry Foster and Kelson
Mr. Stewart, the owner of the boat, has but
one arm, and be was saved by being lashed fast
to the swamped craft. He was so exhamted by
the breaking over of the waves that he remained
insensible, with jaws fixed, for sometime after
being rescued. We understand, also, that Wil
liam Patrick distinguished himself by his cool
ness and good management in the trying emer
gency, contributing much to securing the lives
of his companions in distress.
Post Office Robbkiies. Xrwton F. Jones,
Postmaster at Anna, Union county, Illinois, was
held to bail last week in $10,000 lor robbing
letters passing through his office. He is sup
posed to have obtained a large sum by his de
predations. The Indianapolis Journal savs this
makes at least one hundred cases of Post-Omce
robbery, by Post Office incumbents or em
ployees, the past year. Such a record
of villainies was never presented by any De -
partment of any Government before. The
insecurity by mail is so great, that busi
ness men very generally seek the safe medium
of Express Companies for the transmission of
Shaef Sestexces. B. R. Buchanan and T.
Back were found guilty by a jury before the
Police Court of Cincinnati of having obtained
money of J. Longwell under false pretences.
Judge Prnden sentenced each to ten days im
prisonment iu the dungeon of the jail, and to
pay fines of (500 each. A capias was issued
against the goods in the store of Buchanan and
Frasier to secure the fines.
The Mcedeeek Stout. Ira Stout, the mur
derer, is to be hung at Rochester on the 22d
hut Of his guilt there is no doubt. Judge
Strong has denied the application for a writ of
error for the purposes of a new trial, and as
several other Judges have made a similar dis
position of the same motion, it is supposed no
further legal efforts will be made to stay the
course of justice. A publie meeting held in
Rochester a few evenings ago, favoring the abo
lition of the death penalty, was disgracefully
rowdy ish, and was finally broken up by the
clamorers of "blood for blood."
GovaaxoR or mkaska. The Albany Jour
nal states that petitions are in circulation soli
citing the President to appoint the Hon. Sanford
E. Church, tbe present Comptroller of New
York, Governor of Nebraska Territory, in place
of Gov. Richardson, resigned.
Mail Robbery—Arrest of the Carrier—Escape.
WARREN, Oct. 7, 1858.
EoiTos Daily Lesdee : On Thursday of
last week Messrs. J. S. Tilden &. Co., of Park
man, had made up a package of money to send
by the mail carrier for deposit in the Western
Reserve Bank, and as the clerk was about to
deliver the package to the carrier, one of the
Messrs. Tilden began t J think it might not be
safe, as the man was a comparative stranger,
having been on the route but a short time. He
thereupon concluded to put the money in the
mail and requested the carrier to wait while he
took the mail bag to the office for the purpose of
getting the P. M. to mail the package as a let
ter. The young man waited and Mr. Tilden
took the bag to the office; and the P. M. mailed
and registered the letter, and Mr. Tilden deliv
ered the bag to the carrier. The route is from
Parkman to Warren, passing through Farming
ton and Southington, only requiring a change of
mail at two places. The return way bill did not
get to the Parkman office, and they had reason
to believe tho money had been taken. They
followed up the carrier, making the necessary
inquiry at Farmington and Southington and
came to the conclusion that he had abstracted
the money from the mail. They then took
measures for his arrest. The name of the
yuUDg man is Henry Ranker, and he resides in
this town. He was arrested on Monday even
ing and taken before Justice Abell, when the
examination was postponed Tuesday at one
o'clock. Bail was fixed at $500. Geo. M. Tut
tle, one of bis counsel, becoming surety for his
appearance. On Tuesday the examination pro
ceeded and a portion of the witnesses were tx
amiued, when thegcaae was again continued un
til to-oay. The prisoner was again let to bail,
and this time B. F. Curtiss, another of his
counsel, became surety lor his appearance
This morning he was mining and could not be
found ; nor was he to be bad during the day.
The counsel wro became surety for his appear
ance, felt it to be necessary to apologize tor be
coming surety, s ating that he had no reason to
suppose that the prisoner would go away.
The chances of retaking bim are very slim.
The mney taken was i 1,000 $500 in bills
and S500 in drafts.
Kariker is a young man of about 25 years
of aze, of slight figure, thin face, light com
plexion, and stoops somewhat. He has hither
too sustained a fair character. It is a serious
lots to the Messrs. TilJen and a highhanded
Yours in haste,
I. S. Since writing the foregoing I learn
it has been ascertained that Kariker went to
Salem since the robbery and changed $500 in
bills for Gold, at the Banking House of Tbomas
t Griswold. The bills mailed were all on avje
bank in the Stile of New York, and bills on
the same bank were the bills changed by K
The clerk was here this morning, who would
have sworn to the facts. Perhaps this accounts
For the Leader.
your systematic advocacy
well enough alone" system of marketing, do
you not appear to lose sight of the rghts and
interests of citizen tax-payers ! Because Onta
rio street has been bored for years with a
nuisance, and wc have stood it with a hope that
it was soon to be abated, is it an argument that
we should stand it for future years 1 Is it not
fair that some other street should entertain the
nuisance in ils turn, if it is necessary to bore
any in this manner!
Is it right that men should be induced to in
vest their money in lots and handsome build
ings for the sale of meats and other articles of
trade, with the understanding that the ob
structions and existing evils are to be removed
aad then the retail of these very articles, be
allowed under the noses of these men and that
too by men that contribute nothing to the ex
pense of maintaining the law, and personal as
well as general rights, and make no invest
ments for the benefit of the street or city; pay
no rents, Ac.
This practice is extremely injuricus to these
business men who have in coiunmn with every
citizen an undoubted right to a free use of the
public highway, a right too thst it be used for
no other purpose tliau a highway.
Have we a highway on Ontario street 1 Men
that sell carriages, hardware, harness, vegeta
bles, meats, &c., &c., are interested in this
question; are we to be protected in inviting our
customers to drive their horses and vehiclea
up to our doors where we hire and buy lots
bordering on our streets
Cannot vou extend the svnmathv vou ex
press iu Thursday morning's Leader for tax-
to us business on
Cleveland, Oct 7, 1858.
The State House.
The work upon the State House it progress
ine rapidly thia fine weather. There are ai
preaeut employed upon it 38 Stone-cutters, at
1,75 per day; 14 Masons, at $1,75; 15 Car
penters, at $1,75 and 22 laborers, at $1,20 per
The Dome is now ready for the cornice and
the iron ratters will soon be ready for the sky
light roof. It is expected that the outside of the
Dome will be finished this season.
The new design proposed by Mr. Rogers, of
putting up 24 loriotnian columns, J7 teet nigh,
around the Dome, will not be carried into effect
until sanctioned by the Legislature. The new
plan admits of a promenade on the roof, 8 feet
in width, and lroin this, visitors can enjoy the
delightful scenerv that decks the fruitful valley
of tiie winding Scioto. The upper sky-light of
tne Dome will De M) teet in diameter. I be in
ner sky light 28 feet, the glass to be of the
most beautiful pattern. The interior Djme
will be composed of wrought iron; the sunk
panels to be of stucco work, ornamented with
has reliefs and historical paintings. We regret
to learn that tne scanoiuing, in tne ttotunda.
cannot be removed this season.
In accordance with a resolution of the Legis
lature, a communication is being opened be
tween the Hal! of the House of Representatives
and the Committee rooms. This wi.l be a de
cided improvement to the building and will add
greatly to the convenience ol the members in
ttie transaction ol business.
Tbe eastern Terrace has been excavated 12
feet 6 inches, and extends 210 feet in length by
55 feet in width. This work is now ia readi
ness for the platform, and the whole will be
completed in tbe course of hve or six weeks.
W e believe some cJU.Uuu of tbe appropria
tion tor tbe building, yet remains on band,
which will carry the commissioners through
until the appropriation for next year can be
made available. Never has the public money
been more economically expended, nor to great
er advantage, than it baa been, while under the
control of Mr. I'la-t, tbe Acting Commissioner
of the State House. Lolumou uazette.
The Grain Crop of Europe
Tbe Boston Journal thus epitomizes the in
formation respecting the European grain crop
of 1853, as derived from latest foreign papers
' In the countries bordering upon the Medi
terranean the crop is variously reported, but
upon the whole may be regarded as equal to, if
not exceeding an averaga. r.gypt wui lurniah
a full average. rpain and rortuiral will not re
quire any supplies from other countries. In
Belgium and Holland there is an average crop
while in the Baltia regions, including iNjrtbem
Oermany and Vi estern ilussia, tne yield is tie
low an average, although high prices may in
duce exports to some extent. In I ranee there
is a fair crop of wheat and rye, oats being in
ferior. The cereal crop of England exceeds tbe
average, and a portion or the extraordinary
wheat yield of last year still remains in the
hands of farmers to be added to this year's har
vest. Other breadstuff, are somewhat nnder
the average. In Ireland all kinds of produce
are abundant, compared with recent years.
The wheat crop of Scotland is excellent, other
crops being medium, and possibly below. Un
the whole, the United Kingdom will this year
require smaller imports of gram than in ordi
nary seasons. The supplying power of Central
Russia is not yet determined. n
Most Micxtita ! Another Douglas Post
master has felt the keen edge of the executive
axe in Illinois. L. M. Webber, P.M. at Rock Is
land is heaJless.ajid Herman Field, Bucbananite,
has stepped into the vacated shoes.
THE CHATHAM NEGRO CAGE.
abducting a slave b ly of Mr. Merwin at
Chatham, Canada, was held on the 5th, and re
sulted in the binding over of two white men
and six colored to stand their trial at the As
sizes, which will be held on the 18th intt. The
charge is that the boy was carried off agaiust
his own earnest desire to remain with his mas
The accounts touching Merw in are conflicting.
By some it is reported that he is a traveling
agent for Wood's Hair Restorative, had picked
up and employed the boy, and was taking him
South for the purpose of sellinr bim. The le
gal proceedings would indicate that Merwin
held the lad as a slave.
Distikscished Pabtv. Ex Governors Sew
ard and Hunt, Lord Napier, the English, and
Count de Sartigea, the French Minister, Lady
Napier, and Mrs. Seward and daughter, are
spending a few days at Niagara Falls.
Canida Sr-cxx. Officer Webster, of Toron
to, arrested a prisoner named Rat cliff in Mont
real, and in taking him over tbe Grand Trunk
Raiiw-y in the night Ratcliff managed to jump
off when the cars were making 25 miles an
hour. Webster not only jumped off too, but
caught his prisoner, held him until daylight,
and then marched him to the nearest station !
Capsizhd The Pait.esvillc Advertiser states
that a scow belonging to B. A. Wilcox was cap
sized somewhere above Cleveland in the violent
storm of Thursday.
in fliml.ier. no iheS h ifrtrmt. hr RV-. tT BjI.vs. lr.
E G kSlliHI ami 1 its M K V K Bl'TTLKS, uaugUIer
of JoJge A. jtlle, lonnerW ul tun cry.
Inllitirkler, S't. ltrh.Mr OKSOK COOCoX Hinck-
lor.SDd Mi A. CKlSMA.-i."l granger.
In NeVnn. C. W . On. S:h. Mr O TAl'flHV. of
Olmsted, oliu,. ajd ilu. MINkKV A VAN MUl.UA.-, ol
r- c.suq, t . W .
In PwiesYill. on the tth inst . O i ARI.T'4 HOPKINS,
suit SlAKGAhLl WAir.Uthol , liuUil.br
To tl- ri-r, PvcrdaY, Oct h. of consunptioD, MART,
wife of P-r r W. Kice. ugeJ 21 reara.
Faoeralou Monuar.at 3 o'clock P. M..at Uie family ret-
kieaee. No. 31 OhioUrect. Friends of the foully sre par
ticularly invited to attend the funeral.
In PmnesTillc. on the 4th ins... Mr. JAMES CK,
aged 2i yar.
In Worcester. Sbtt.. On. Mi HAIcKlTT A, UTLCY,
sst-d 1 yerv and 8 munttts.
Geauga County papers pk-ase copy.
In A"htbn,L. onthe 3d :nst , MATlLDA.wiieof Casper
Uooue.l, ajej jo rears.
In Ashtabala. on Thursday last. S1VVIL. aeed 1
mnn cni.uul Custer Uooueil. A:,ttht-r victim ul the
Acidity- of (he Momscb, stud ludlges-
ft11 CAXOT EAT AXVTltlNa AFTEB TASJQ VOt'S
Holland Bittcbs," is a n m irk Ireguently made to as.
To pcrsiuistroabied with acidity of the stnmarh, Indi-
lion, or any disorder ol In stomarh. we woaid only say.
TRY IT. Its worId-sw,le reputation h2S been established
alone by the many wnnlerfnt cures it has edVctral. Wiiea
used tor Dyspe-sia. Jaundice, 1 iver Complairt, Weakness
ol any fciad, Coflirtn- s--, an.! Piles, it sliu:d be taken ia
small do-es say, half a ti-a-Sixioulul, ref itarly tareetimes
s day. bMoT-e mra)i
tW tin. J. B. MARCHLSt'S Celebrated CATHOL1
CON.for the Relief and Cure of Suaennt FEMALES.
From the Sot BtJford, Alius , Sumlm st
"Wc call tLe attention of the Ladies to the sdvertise-
ment lathi, pa;rof Ir. Marchisis L'tenoe Cathulicoe.
Ws sure iu our po-eessun indisputable evidence of Its
worth, and we recommend the afflicted to try it. This rem
edy diifeis from quick nostrums in the fdlowiug respects:
1st. It is prepared by a reentar physTeiar-. 3d. It is cot
raeonimeniled fr ad diseases, but only tn a particular
e.ass. peculiar to females. 3d. It is rectmnisoded and CSj d
In nraciies by many phimcians. one of whom, st least, is
well known to tne people of New Bedford."
Pamh1ets, conlaiuiii; much ue:'til iniormatton touching
the naiom and symptoms of th- sheve dmsses, together
with testimonials from ladies U the niftiest respcctshijiy,
as certified ly Uis most sauslnetorr autnority. to all which
Ihs alteuli n of ladies and practittuner u rcsectluKr lu
vitsd, can be had, gratis, si the stre of
CAYLORD k HAMMOND, Diujrisis.
No. 3J uueiurMrect, Cleveland, O.
Sold by respectable Diu-eists throughout the oinlry.
J. B MARCHIil k CO., propnettrs, Central Depot,
No. 204 Brosdwsy, New York .
CsS-Dq B)t b satisfied with If le-di-; this notice
bill call or ;end for s Psni.ihlet. it will pay yon well lor
your trouble. oelljwdkwait
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Ktviwa's B;tl Uini.-nnrA
Him. lusts' Hisirr of t-.e CTnttcd SuiM,
Hail's S"t on tne Uusiwit.
Tbe Tr.tnf An.rc. ij B-mm,
Tin? N t irahM Liii'arv ro on-d 1.&let,
Marnf Krui' Bu ki kt the V-nnc.
C 'lit'itui ton oi tiie Sou' by Slum,
Pt oc tf tfe House of 1) iti.i.
True to tne LaM bv A. S. Roe.
ocll 1" Pi J. B COBB CO.
AMERICAN ELOQUENCE A col
lertiuo ol S;erhrt mJ Adtirestet br tbe m-t Eou
nrtv Orator of Amerif; w;ib Bjusyrahscal Sketches, fee.
Two letTce Voliuu.s. For a.e by
ocll J. B. COBB k CO.
OPE NINO OF
CLOUS, MNTLES. RAGLES A.I FOISTS.
RIondaFs October 11, 1853.
1 I. BALDWIN" CO. will OPEN,
J TUESDAY, Octouor 12 h their Moik of
Genuine Paris-Made Garments,
Com&nsins tbe most d8irble ni'velMes of that i
imported by tlie left Steamer.
The Royal Shrine Regions,
Le Bon Ton,
Hateloek, and others.
NEW YORK PATTERN CLOAKS.
Of e'ezsnt deasriptioas.
Ws are nretrred to oaks to order, br hand or mschino.
liom our confined styles, sod ol isLrs-s and workmanship
niaaipuKU. ocll a. s UA1.U.1ASI.U.
CLEVELAND AND TOLEDO KAIL KOAD.
Change of Summer Arrangement.
TO take effect on MONDAY, October
T BAINS LEAVE CLEVELAND.
For Tol-tlo and Cue" ' 4. , 3.30 and COO P. M.
For luro)t - a. M. a&tl (HUM
For Jacktn-6.3u a m .
Far Si. Loci. Lafij tit. Fort Wimt. and Sttttona en To-
fi 06 P. M.
For Cjo-iiiru i. Dart".- and Sta'ioos oa Sandntk. Ditto
and Oioeininti Kill 3t a M and un p..
For JSnrwai. arxi Sii:uaoa SoatLiero Dirinoa 4 a
3 3U lid P M
For Batsdusk and Staitoaa ob Nortiieni Dirinoo 30 F N.
TRAINS ABR1V1NQ IN CLEVELAND :
From Cbicacu a W.. 3 " and 9 44 P M.
FromTuieJo via Nrwa K a -. I.uu ato 9-u p. If .
From Port Cimlwi ami Saakj, U lu a H
J A. JAl KMA'.
ocll Snpermtutier.t Mottf- Powct,
BINDERY" FOR SALE. For gale, a
cointtcte Bioderr, runniitit uf a Rahnc Mebtn,
C'iUlD(t Iarhine. Fresa, Shear. StLimoiaf fiHta. Ftoueha,
and mrrry thi'ic nece-aarr to rarry on a Bind-TT to aiirajiy
axe. l bee luoia win u ai, a tow uuiv ht
fitlltr AiVire C A. I.KAV.
SHAKER WOOLEN YARNS. 4
l hp-ad -ikr Yarns, ia siee. wh le or eLonded-
verr ,uoerior aiticle, mtr. duced iu this msrVet hr
or E. I BALDWIN a CO
AY STATE PLAIDS, FOR BOSS
AND MIOSES' Wear. jus. o-i.e.l he
E. 1. BALDWIN a, CO.
SHAWLS. 1 lietUlemen MukJi ti-t reeeiT. d by
-W. are fcriiis the Suest aasonnsent of
And a full suck of Goods forBrs' ar
g A.- I PALUWIS St IU,
PLAINVILLE S11IKTS & DRAW
KKS Havii'? tbe sale of tb-a elebrated loode r
Din mafket, we off -r them U U trade at waantacturar's
price, bv tttf Utrzrn or ease.
W e alao offer, at wnoieea.e or retail, a aniens. ii hat of
WRAPPERS .AXD DuAnER3.
Lamb's Wool, Men no. Cotton. Silk and Colored Tor La
dies and Jeatltmeu.
New Advertisements. Dry Goods.
Lewis, Easton & Co.,
Ntw Xumbtr. 2U Snprriur Street.
(Old No. 91 Snperur Street I
TIIE SUBSCRIBERS H WE OW
ON SI.E. 1HK LAKliKSf, MOST AR1EO.
AND btLKLl SILKS. US
FALL AND WINTER
EVER OFFERED IN THE WKST, u prwe btltw mil
Double Jupe Rubes.
Piml de Sate.
Th, n.,,.rtmenl n ren'e'e nh a treat vine!) ol eies-int
dealt us, and isshionsbie cojiMnat
Is filled up ita
SEW STYLES DELAISES,
POUL DE CHE1SK.
RORCS DE LE1Z. and
TRAVELING DRESS OOODS, mc.
ALL THE POPULAR BRANDS.
SHAWLS !-SHAWLS !-SHAWLS
j onj-iraled Stuck, com?ri-ins;
" I'rf.relr Creuie. aod Snoare;
STELLA AND WOOL MANTILLA;
THIBET, fee , kc.
With a host of novelties from the European sad American
NAPKINS It DOYLIES,
CRASH AND DIAPER.
FRINGED TOWELS. Damask and PLuu,
BT.D k CRIB WOOL BLANKETS.
LANCASTER QL ILIS.
VINE SWISS MULL MUSLINS.
L. C fc HKH-Srii'CHED HANDKERCHIEFS
A coa.ol.te B3CI for Ladies and Musse, Men and Boys
ALEXANDER S KID GLOVES,
VISE FRENCH do
A lsrre stock of FLANNELS. Plain and Twilled;
DOMETS. tor Ladies' wear,
1(M SHAKER, for Sheet.;
Plaid and Opera FLANNELS, serf chess;
Bro.k Blenched SHEETING k SHIRTING, very cheat,;
DENIMS. TICKING, BATTS. TWINE, snd WICK;
CLOTHS. CASSIMERKS, VESTLNGS, JEANS;
SATINETS, and TWEEDS:
Genuine s NULLSH CLOTHS, for business suits, verj
CNDER-SHIRTS a DRAW CHS, fcr Ladirs and Gents.
Hsvine mmv confine 1 .tiles of G-.kIs. connected with
our buiwii. far ittiwt lor pnrrhasinie. cnauiee us to tire
e.t mlvnatase to EASTO,f CO.
Hi SUPEUIOB, STBEEP, (Ntw Number.)
it Saoeri.ir Street, lOld Number )
THE SUBSCRIBERS RESPECT-
X FULLY unite tu attention oi" I be pabuc lu tneir
Dry Goods and Millinery.
We are receiving, daily, the latest styles and de
To be feund in the Eastern Ballets.
OCR STOCK 13 COMPLETE,
Unsurpassed in Tsnerr nod Beanty. and ws are
SELLING A3 CHEAP
As in the dsrs of the Monev psnic. It is senen.llr knon
and conceded that we navs
SOLD GOODS LESS
Than any Hose w-rt of Ne York, and we shall em.Unnsj
to do n Our Good are new, and our prices are intlitpuia
BUT FOB CASH, AND SELL FOR CASH;
Tberelore wt can veil
Be Twenty pe Cent., than Hotues wbtrhwll na Time, fo
we se DO
ToUkeont of oar profita. or from the rackets of wnrro.
tntzicra. Beidea, we cm take adTantiaffe if the Market!
F.a, which it ta impouible for thoae to do who aeli on
siiur, ur aeep
We ars relliuc
Delaines, worth 20 cents, for 13 cents.
DeBeiges, worth 11 cents, Tor 8 cent;
Plaid Merinos, worth 62 cents, for 37 cents;
Satin StripH Mixtures, worth 31 ets., for It cents;
Merinos, worth 1,00, for 75 cents;
And ia fact, a splendid line of
.Vaequaled is Northern Ohio.
Of all kinds, at extraordinary tow pneer.
SILKS AND SHAWLS,
Ia rreat ranetr. to whiel. we are constaRMr addr.c rrrT-
Uu OsT new t!iat appear in tita market. We claim t bast
tne beat atock ot fenerai
tntheCitr. nd at bncea that DEFY COMPETITION.
BON X ETS,
In rrest profnsion. very cheap, sid Mi'liners srill do srell
tninsrect it themelees. ItlbBOXS irosn ISCviitt 10
SI is per faro. As extenise avsortment of
Millinery and Dry Goods at Wholesale and Retail.
Our System Cash Only One Pric.
SHERWOOD & OAKLEY.
stall iw Irntat j... 444 Sasrr St.
New Advertisements. Dry Goods. Medicines.
HEALIH UK A.MKKLCAN VVO
e tteain tu ra'l Kita.ptiisia t.ik (s:trr irttra Ur. Jrvhoa
F. l.nitrc. on -Toe Health ot Anwi -no W tKaen." in .nsMft.
rci.uaia. He i rrats ti.e tabiwc'. in a rnbin maanar, pm
hissailiaiM BrMjirai jLirirriien- m:i be rc!nd upon"
tram ft A jmv .liontrsw trtSM.
M-ir-hml Urfrin Ca rwilu-ua biutnl to ftl'Tr aa
raluabio a if it clatmed u bm in ounv rvt're li '
111 tiicai tea' !?mt) aiiu ohT ir Krurt u a ru ar
isiViUs-iati ih vrr tiutt ait 'iiiiuenia a uin: iA neml mdinwal
and dtxniiiinatiun, a )iKii.n,u ami buaty .tis-ctratut pr.r-
nii.ncr. d a a u:at:atnv, especially ttiuav m wudmu aj.a
"MV!iiU' Uterine Cat hoi icon will rertainlv car mil
thilissstsi fir wiut'ti it ik reeiiiiineT,tle I
J ueiK is no tuesj.rins liice it ia thiacoiittirv.'
lu t't.' WnM CaLHtra 1 hate r.r nttt with Msrmhatl'a
Uuruie Catiiultcoo i a cenain anil t rc-mealy."
M RsH ALL'S UTERIS K CAFHOLICOV
nohHtiiuip'T . fler( a a ftimt-Ie rurufUf iur a I th-e
cutiiLl:n .l to tiirh uTerr woman i iiabie. unit whit! ti rrtl-
ually ffrt 'he mi-.d its welt a.-th- hnir, smkat t ttii k,
tuik r Hiirlc Iri-'omj' i.iken nrc 01 iurTsriiitr. if Dot in-
p-aii-ili , AnuMve the C'MTitiiiu h f.r winch the CatlV-u-c-so
w a n-ineiiT are FaM:.iR,.f the W. isb, Wni'ea. Ss-r-Dre5aed.
Irr miar ot Pa ami MnHtroutuxa, Blounaz. In
drtAUiDaioDa and l)i"-a , tlie K;ln T nv I'riLiaii Or-
s. K;tr inuor loctmlinenre ol i tn;e. Herthuio. L
ti raei, N mu5iii-, Faintincit P ipttai ions, tVmtp,
Ina arr-'d leen. anil a'l irulle, ori auic ir sytn atlietit;.
jt.nei-!Hi wit" tue uterine rinDi
LaJi wl uru 'rnub'ed w;ta ar t of the atuwe sfmptoina.
or vvi'b si-ire. Mvr r !nnsv rttmpi iin'a. are invited ta aU
,1-r-s. Ir UKtLM.l-;. witn iil c-nlrleire ttiil tttey will
ria.1 rvlit-li .iuruair I'terine Caliw n un i wt a quart
Usfttiria. but i'n iisitrt'ilK-ntt have Kern n.iil known to :h
.tltwiicl 1 iie?. atfri th- t are at tan arvic ol any xe-
wtabe pnvatt no in thecooutry.
Trior o MARSHALL'S UTKRfSE CATHoLh
COS iM Om lMti.ttr-iMd a Ha'; per tutt lottit.
WsT BtDFORD, t".iU.rl,in Co . Mat M, 17.
Mr H B K nr rt . Sir: I h-ite t-en id? the tatadi .
oftue .ra.ieuuirx 1 utnnnv lur the itut ten .tfam. aoil
ve lavanab'v l-unltnein to tucrwl -t,siactit" : nl
ti.e mha 1 Uiiwv-oli) iu a rear mHT tttmiiis aa regular'
thfirtt-a aiMi rii". an! with mr tf-de lu -v hae b-c me
i ap.e if tc aH:r-li".Li a Ltf rin f h"h n s a mei
lav i iiu' ii ilone a e re-tt ainoun' l m l male tl.sjra
(.lno ta ly I s it r to tol 1 me ,in but reri-itteti taor?
oentii r roui :ie iy;ie man ne tiiu inm . I n; voiits t
uietitras irtratiuriit hv tht- iu u .illil iri ifi.
Youratrnlv. JAM fcs WiLUN.
MRS. HOBINSoN S t'EKTIFICATB.
VtRwr, Train ho II C., Mar lrf. IhM
Thta ruif thif. 1 i. iwe i-o i.i rv ln altn ht
r'ara ai.U !m:ui itle nr nu rclwi au. rensplo nz it nunsr
ot Ptittiriaua. Mr (JiMav wi Pr'lai.i' lieri I ba-1
ben re iit e t b that atttt !m.r AlKun nnni 1 haii berAMun
nireratrrf iii a con! iernl'ie pxi-n. liv tl.ti ad ( o l)r
ii W Hiiatiel ( ftrxx nml aiui t.hii ix butt'eui' Marshall'
' ten iv athiMirou In -h eu;jli'il hi" to a'tt-mi to liv Uti -hand
in lut.l i -trret n..til he uieii whx b wsa abnut a
-ar a'ni-e. I hae t-ikea three !ttlea wwe bisjath.
wbirb h-ia mail me ah e to lahor auJ tupp rt mr family at'
turee cbiUtren. 1 beCath lirii has n'!- teMored me ii
health. It lathe nulr tbmr th it u ntt:iateil my wnil&r
lux iw whjt-ti 1 ievl very rratt-ftil.
MARY E. ROEIN'SOV.
The CATHOLICON ia for tale hy Clly Dra-RUtf aivt br
Meiltftneis-aira enjrallT jnlll
WHY It THE DEI1XD SO GREAT FOK
BECAUSE IT "WILL, in all cases,
j-aifl ami erfW-tnally raf ihat mnrh dreatled connce
m t in W et4 (J i. 1 1 Is, reraiid Acue wif Iioti lull; and m
ail cae will conutenw-t iUe immi. t Malaria, oi wuirh
tart tti lUHi.niln do testify, an.1. uunke alurtlwr laxtrvtins,
it ia uilr rfoaimeailvd i- r one cla of diaeaac; and aa a
lumt. n is auurputrJ We will -'tlt-r a fcw evideucea Ol
its wur:h, Ly men ol ludnence and butts staudinf.
Pncret. a, HI , Sept. H.h, 1M7.
Dl. Manx Dear Sir: For sever! years pan I ban used
your AGUE. BALSAM in my daih practice, and hare
Crosely obferred its effects in hundreds of cases, and in no
case lias it failed to produce ttie most bappr eifect. I ran
most rhrerru.ly rerommerd it as a certain specific fnr
Chills, Kerorsjast A me, and Malarisus Diseas.
Tn'.y Your-, H. AUSTIN, M. D.
Msw-.uall. Mich , Teb. 11th.
I) Manx X Co. I hare told a large amount of joor
AGUE BALSAM in this neiniry, and irom my personal
Icnowieilse ot it. I bo here it the bet rem dy f-r Chi! la.
r eer aiui Ane ; nmi aas er. r un soiu in -or Mre
Krapecifui.y Xou.a. U. A. HVDK,
Aauitula, Ohio, Jan 1st.
MesjR S K. Mjs t Co.-Ontu: In car.Tusinr tha
SaiM of ()hir and iliroitaii for tlie sale ot t e ditferent
rfjmtJiaii'f wh'Chwe hare e-ntroi, om- attes' t n lias tt-en
a:;-a tootwve tire trr-: l name 'nat yimr AOL If, BAL
SAM hue (Trii-ied fur itett in evtrr place w.ie-fo wti-t It
reLittr areiu' to be THE PLOrLC's .1 nKMfDT. ajid its
aalea mur rind ttuu ail hrta. It ia eatiMed to u per-
SOsaS: isUl lliri I V I tssns i C III tue IIUUKCL,
Very Truly Youia, A. ft. S. HENDRY.
New York, Feb S3, ltt.
MesI3. S. K. Mann k Co Genis: I iare, at oarhoon
m !t. L,tim.uiU fuiir AOL K BL.Vi.tI t tixt:e years, and
hsave r'Teluliy ot'erred ii rtfut:' in cuRtsu, aid in'tst in
alt caosi.T. S'v-. 1 do uot bel-.ern us qiai ert in ah the
wor d o uss-dit iuej. To m p-? rwo jai asiiowlrUse. it has
cur'd perinanr.tly ereiy time, aiiU 1 have air-wo it caed
alter oJiot ieui'"iis lua bt-t-n tn- d tu t:iiu. witii tin? meet
happy result. A id what t m re BkMAliKaBLK. 1 hare hexer
tai.owna cue but witat mm ind curJ, lor at eai ilmt
Mftsnn. I have uo oesnaiMni in recummeiiuiiL it as a per
leci triunui'h over Chn.a a:id Fever.
Kesocctfu.Jy Voofa, PkoP. O. 3. WOOD.
S. K.MASJJ, Proprietor, GaJion. Ohio. Sold
by all good Uruggisu.
GAYI.OBD fc HAMMOND,
3Iore to be Admired thau the
Eter Worn by Kirs Emperors!
WHAT? WHY A BEAUTIFUL
HKrD OP HAIH re.-a.,se it i ttie or'usnmnt
God kumsfl piortdd for all our me Readvr aittn-u-h
tlie roMt di ly biinjtti ever a briclitlv in ih-; firstvt'.v tTfit-rii,
the eve be erer so sparklnir. the ttttli lie ihce ot pearis; :i
the hezd ta bereft at rir .nn. ir n h:i:r he in:iripil md
fhriveleU, Ansa mmd dry. or (rf atili, if ,.r.iit led with
mr, nature wilt nme lunre th:in half iier charms. Pn:f.
WOODS HA K KKSi-OHAriVK. it used tw. or three
luneaaweek. wnl rrtore and pfmmeciuly ft "re to alt
atu-b an ornament Read tne ful I.. wins, tl jnd-e. lite
writer at tue brat u tit ceiiOrnled Ptamst, 1 MAi.Bi.au:
New Y- rh. April 19, t-5fl.
Dl. Wood Dear Sir: Permit me to oiurc to vou the
ob lint too i am nmlcr tor tne entire re?ro a. ion of mr hair
iu n onjfiQai color. Auout uie time ot mr ariiral in Uie
Uuited ; airs it was ra;nil? berom n? rrnv, lu: up. a Uie
k mi sou oi ionr riAi rt n r. i uK.iiivr., it soon re.
covf rea r.rirtnal hue. I coiaer yotir KestoratiTe as a
outitriiil mveiition, qne eth 'arioaa m wel n.- vs?tite.
J am. dear sir. yours iru'T. S. THALEfilj.
"DRC A"W WTLtK D YDCT, " Welsh NewsDapeT.
Otace, 13 Nassau street, Apni IX leM. $
Ptor. O. J. Wood uear Mr Sme month or wt wtr-l.
n. I i-"-ied a boil ie of v--ur Hjir Betoratire. anj t je
it to my wile, who c"n'.uai to trv k on her neaa, inie
utrnkinr at the time !h:it it woald it store i he gT3j hair to
ilson-;Ml'oior; ut V' hr ard mr surprise, jfter a few
week tf .ai. a oa ps-riornieu i nm w--r-r,ot nect oy inrn
iryi -ill me rray ii urs u a dark browu at tha s ia 'inee
bea.oiifrf ihi' keninc thehair. I lnoc '. t nremm nd
tv .ove Kfiioraiue to aU oeranaa iu want o aura a
clia&e Si L.wir hair. CMAKLE3 i AkDEW.
Wew York, July 25, 1S5T.
PK0T O J. WooO With ronliuenrt do i recorninen l ymr
H-tir Kestort:re, as laein? ihe m.s-l e!f,-aPio.ir :cie lever
nw. Since usv it .our Hair Keatoratire, my hair and wms
kers, whifii were nlmos' white, have sraUuaiiy e;iowndarti,
and mow 1 fs-et ci undent thnt a lew more applications wit
restore I'lem to their na oral color. It has aiso relieved me
of all dandruff and nnplrasant itclunf a common arrfc-nf
persons who Dtrspirn iieeiy. J. O. IklLBY.
Pine. Wood Abonttwo years aro, my hairevromotrced
tnnilu? rrav; I was tst bee ituqt tiMid and had Tried m my
rented iee tnnoiffn. cnminenred aaiue your Rest entire
in January la.'; a few a:p!:cstio s fua:eied my aitr flrmlr;
it bee an to all tin. rrow oat, and turned hoc to its farmer
color b.ek.. At this time, it tsmtlr reaure to its eTirval
col'jr, heaitn, aiul appearauce. acd ( cheemillr re-ouin.e(ul
IU .net-sail. J. D. HOEa.
Chicago, Illinois, Mar 1,1-57.
The PEJORATIVE is P'.t up in bott'es of three sues:
larxe, medium aud nn-iU. Tne aniai holds half a pint, and
retail fr $1 per bott e. The medium hoid; at least twenty
per -ent. mtrr in piopertioo haa the sm-ill. and retails for
$1 or boti ie. 1 he larse bo tif a quart, iotty per cent, more
ui prr-porti n, a d retails tr $3.
O J WOOD fc CO . P-OvKietora. l Bnvailwav, New
York, (inlhe rreat N. Y. Wirt. Railing establish ineni,) aud
114 Marker Mret, St. Lorn, Mo.
And srd by all rood Drurgists and Fancy Goods Deakra.
an Udaw3in AW
TTJIC CKLrTURATED nOLLAND RIUEDT IOR
DISEASE OP TIIE KIDXETS,
VEAKXESS OF ANT KEN!)
FEVER AND AGUE.
A ad the rya affect lofraconjeqertt rrpea a disordered
STOMACH OR LIVER,
8neh as Indirection. Acidity of the Stomach. Colicky Pains
n 1 1 ou 1 u . 1 a 01 upsjiiiv, Lc iwis trot v. irj iTrnetS
Blind and Blredinc Piles. In all Nerroaa, khenmatic. and
N'roraisic A feet tons. I ha4ia noneron instanee iroeed
aicjiiy oeneb'-iai ami in oruera enrcieu aacciHed cure.
Trti is a purete Yesitaileronip)Ond, prepared on r ut '
affl- ntitW- rinnci les. after the manner of tlie os-lrr.rjat
H' 1 land Prntrs-or. Herna;e. Hecause ot r a rreat sureH
most ot tne European Mair, us intrHiitcTio inte tiie
lioitesl Ntatux wai irjleniiei more wpeciall f-sr r:ioieoi'X))
factor taifi acattured here aud there over the Hare olttiis
murhty conn-ry. Meet mv with rreat atiocesa aiuooetlim.
do w orivr it to the American public, kunwinr tht iff
tnilv wondertnlmethcinal virtue most be arknow tested.
It i particularl recomokeuiJed to thoe peraona whose
constitutions may haveoeeii nnasiired by the coaTimmos
eot ardent eiriU. or other lorms of diaaiDef hi. t!n-
srally instantaneotvsin eflect, tt dim!) its way directlv to tlie
teat of Ine.thnllmrand ((iickeniur every nerTe.raii:.frnp
tiiedronpinc spint.and. tniact.iiU'isinf new health and
.ror in t he srt-'ena.
NOriCE whserersTnctatnftrilthla a Wmh
trt)isaproiuted; but tothe 4ick, weak, and low spirited, It
Will orowe a irateinlaraiiaUiecijnIiaL miiiinil ut'unsa.ir
The rreat p-ipnlsrit of tita Jehthtful Aroma has mdoc
1 many linitati' a which the public should ruardeaintt
pirchainr. Be no pwrsnailed to bur anything, else antil
mnare nven isneriiavr'a Hoiiano Hitters a fair trial. One
iHt'e it I convince von now inhiutelr suaenor it ia to ail
lbee imit uions.
CW gold at 11.10 aer lattl. or tlx battles for is Mb.
BENJAMIN PAGE. JR. & CO.,
Fbarmartatlsts tni fbemjsts,
f ITTSBpRGH, fA.
Qo1J ta Cleveland by Gavlord k Hammond. Wilt
Piaae. C S. Macksuxte. V. K. Churchill. Dr. Ckas.
AmesUemton Bros., aad DrauisCs leueraily.
f4.KK.MASi CATHOLIC FATR.
V Fair w ill b(.M Uh jSiiioAl. Hall, oa 1
DAY and W lUVESDAV. ti. uhr ism 2Dih. lor ihm
Wnrnt ut St. frt-r'' t hurrh. ti.w in conrm ot enclMn .-n
'hei-omer ti rinre i"T a-d ! '( 'rer's. Ti.e public- we
rerVcli'Jily urue.! to aitctnJ i i.-kel, rceut.
y ttisivcr Chan: Ulr-r
Jif23 tit.! I0 H ot.TTMFR. Ftc'r
THE ILEVLID tYISixiLS,
Oppoaife Baraett llouar, Ontario St.
TAS. DICKINSON, Proprietor ani
tl Inst rue or Mr (' s. M Kl.VS.)N Frolwwujr ot
Uvmnusttira aiwl l.a i e-Tisirsjresui. r :he l'lerlaiiit Iir.1-
Ter-ity. lit lie e N Watt-r Core, aid female ttniinary
Tliia lOrsttttinoni-s Bow DPnnaiefltty nnns.l Urr (. P!.cl.
ical Kails ww tt at(. "fiie Apsarttttu trniDii.red. nn-l in-
tniciKM affift-n, .ret bti -, . i.j t:ie wn .ie wren-ih of
li- h.Hiy, Mitn-M t ttii n-k c-f eniia.'1'.i. ;ne auv nan b - oaer
rwTerms, tor U-r Lmeu. SM pr year, in aJv-aore.
y I iMts' a'd rhtl-lp-n'a Clas?, b?m 4 to C P. M
Ter iu. 5 Mr ?e:ir, in adranc .
r La.net Children ud othursa iu sired tr. rail and
For Sale or Rent.
AWUARir.M FOR SALE. THE
'QO'AKJL t'T ."-ale oti the (i unniia was not
asij, iMrtrifr to tbe a len'iin, ol '.hr crow l bem c toil t-
tlie rnl : e-ir-r is. I- aiii be aol.: a: a h -rruit 1 vr
at DCTS it iur.-!iirei-e .iK' e, a:de: -Marcu n:a' HmiH.
it ret-eiv d tie ',r-t Hr-i,iii,m. .tj : .jt
VOR It K.NT DWKLLUNU HOL;i rt
X. No 95, i. ftnrk hi or k, e t ai;ie oi S uca s'reet ,
betwet-n nt. Ciutr and Ln e strt For tems smlv U.
J. A IURRIS. -rri.tfire
JOAT FOlt ALK - A lour oared
J. I.'r.w .a, imi,i O ir and Hcmsst It .:.ia be se-n
neir thf Fo eat C-tv !.' H Use . or tern,, call on ihe
iihscn:-r. v. the Gomm th shod of R 1 s.-v n
PiUsLurL'U street. E. H. V AC ii t KM AN .
HOUSK AND LOT I-OK SALK
LOW FOR r.tSIf S 13 Se ad at,M!i l as
iy ITilleet. si h z i ntlorT; b-.e LiS'-thr.S li-i n:d ttfir'i
Al., Two AlWLLLlOa, on iseti Laati, wjioiains
.M-lr Sll RTS in the C;rrtin4 t Olmsted Plans
R.d r -uipxnr. ii:u:iireil H ili-N
sepailiiiiaa the P;eniiVe.
LOT l-'OU isALK. A desirable Lot
roisrutii'f ol one re. Mtun'ed er tiie Kii.aie acm
iiurr. f.-rsale cHeap, .' ou easy ter-nu. 1, q ir- ot
. w3 . .'(OU K fc J-.XNING3.
FOU fiEAT-a desirable front OF
H E on the see on. I dix-r, ni.r the Merchants' Hank
oa Supt-n r street
BOUSE fc J f WINGS,
heal Eittte A?vit.
FOR SALE CHEAP AX IXTER
e?' in 'lie f rtiirvs ate., or a Maai'iictTir rur Katainiah
ttisiiit iiakiatr liaj urn ce t price for which aood
wesreru Iu; .Is uill be taen.
Aciurt-.sa. P. P.. Drawer Urii-nll l'f 1
LTMA5LITTL3. MI It A a B. LITTXfc. LL S.ISrt.1.
1 1111. & KKlhsi, Dealers in
JLJ KraAL Ks VAT E Oifiev, or-riSr? -Jnpunwt., :!ere
ou haiiu st larKi) uunu vofrirr
C-sod Karintt-g Lniwa in Iir
sell tow for C:u.h, or ex:lian lor Personal Property, Citf
orCo'imry Hr,.l Y.vm n:i 5
f'AKMS Jf'Olt SALK. Four farina
mnemitTofr!eselanil pneefrom Latitos Uou
AUo.stvenUHouaesiiiid Lots m the City tor saie serr
Aiot a Woolen Fartory, Raw Mill, ii Dwellina
Honaes -ml Sla. ree ol laud at B.:diord, rjni'esrMil us C
aP. K. K.uui.wuwumIIou luux tiuio r will
chanffe tor t irr proirTr.
AJso.SawM'11, C'imjin? Mfcbir, Hr,ne and SO acres o
laiid,am:lcmout on V. fc M. R. R., at Aurora
Also. 3 tine umily Hvr-. arid several secor.(l-han
Wnsonssiid .laruew. A u ior s'e very cheap sod a lo
crnli' will be siveu it deniresl.
Also. sT..il go-l II jjufs, turent
mii:J i LII1LKS fc KEYFS, ner6 np st.
"POR 11ENT. A liAUN. COvF
J- Btffntiy I.irate.l. Fn7inre S Superior st.
Marc. 10. '5t ml7:uf 6
CClfolRSiriPS FOU fc'ALli IX
kJ UbeiCo.UroerciaiCtU-pesiniUeouii-.ry. Ca'lat
Leader Cotisstisi r Ktiom. feh'ja
WANTED. A HOMB WANTED,
Tf by witi w Ldr, lor herelf nnd daos-nirr
where sne can eive her son ice as Hcus--K"rper or rifc
the eotue ciiarae : a .-tit ! ai-Ti' am ly, for a 'mail
SIO OOO Zpsn auvaaNC"-
n and and wrll k. own W AON EK S OFFICE on Co'd md
-SiUer wat' tiea. Jewelry, UiUiuoo.-', Guns Pwol c
Bo-,ioeitii-tly pmnitov OfiiM Nn. 3 Wafer St.. corner
i)r(..r up toir) , s,tah(iBr!d in 15I tt; . nliom H A
M.UisP. M. Watches -iMi Je-weTT foraaie m barrajo
WM. WAGNKR, 6
T'3:dtf Ono. Cmmerrial Br. Bank.
PiHili - sq tre aud h?,ui ST ne t norrh cue ot the
P rfc-HUttSt lo-tlO.-t 1,1 tljo Cltj-.H 11, n rjOM UrjM
pireti, and wil: bo oprnto iUf Mot;. r ucco-r 1st
li'iimilie- ti1iinrtn I'uti.i.h th-ir uwa r.-.m, can be a.:
coruuiooat'tl witu tii'Ke and coia.euii tH Ta-iu arto be.t
roonjsi; nd S nK'e Hoarders and iy Bs'anicrs will tiud
'imkI n.' 1'Binnm Litmr.-s. mi su.ii,...s r-,,- i .. .
exrlurJi-J. KtVrDCt f gf.un atd mcuvtU.
mt'-1 S. W. BUKBITT.
DISSOLUTION. THE CO-PAK
.NKU-HlP herfrin- ,r.; tjr s :ni Ir-uwce i J. M HoW.
Kit a ,d W It. MARilV. muter ihn oil. f u,-, -
M Tliis. w.t diois-tinu jny, .f muuiai r.in'enl,
1::e baifisa will & camrd' ,, hrxif er i y J M
liOWUlL at the oi l t..Ilil. No Til lri,, mr.-,r 11. ..
duly an.ai'rizrd 10 cjuect and pay ii citb'5
v. J M. HnWEa.
PROPOSALS win be received nnt l
Ocoiet ih. f.r he f rr.-!on of a Scit oi Ho rse
0,1 th- dini r .it li 'i.Non :i( S;ry rtrtetn, to ue com ietr J
j or uemre Um ia j iy of icember. isii
Paunatiii s:ecitk:i-i n c;m be sre:i at rhe CitrT'erk's
ottue.j hers-tlie: e-t,nw'i- are t.. bt let t.) 'J'e Commutes
on 11 iiiMi., reserve the rieT'-t u m m wi -ejeet
any btde tr-rtt may he rccs-ivo.' R K ) ;Mi R,
t" vti C'ljinnnm r-im P t. tc Bn Uiiwra
XCE TO CO.NT1.ACXUK6
11 PliOpijAL-S iM be riMM'i :i- tlie c r& e of tb
LurCivit r-.uf uef of i he i ii of C ieriand. uqih jo'eitk
P. A . I ct
iSa.ior tiae grWuuc i.i impioriitf of Ci-'iu-
Plans :md ?pecicit fons cm be e. ard mors parttca
lar lai-nn a oo ob.ained at skU an. iceei'a otticv . liter lbs
ttb UasU ut .
The O ard of City f mproTtrar7ts ir,iv tbe snbmiwion of
bids, rescivoc the riso t u. c-pt or ijtct tie aa.e.
By order ui h bVwrd
j ()0 -HKWAKD will be paid
LJiVsVl for the ret'0..r of tats bcuy
PETEH MULHOLLAND, A hAILOB.
Who w drowned an Toesd y Evenmr, tho a
ab ut a. uiui a tia'f mi ten ir-m the CoTelji.d itrr He'
was f ni-'amm sue, daik complexion. bla.a cuny lur
and aOoot remwi ye -r o- ags--h -d on s;rjy sa-i. et
pants, coarse boot, hickury Suixt, wv ti d.nia.w. uvemhut
J. 3lrkI.M, Grrsrsr,
oc4 Iw )ft Hank -tfe'. i IeTehmd
VTOTICE to BKIbUK BUILDEll.
Xl PkOfiiSALs wilt i. received at h- Oftice .f the
City tml Eunneer of tht Ciw of C crelanu; until 12
o'clock M . .,oiobr loth, for Buuoiuc t.ie S.per-
truciun-of a t urn-Tahie Uraw Bnd e. Tl be Ji eaieu at
tne Mtu and Liht H dsc ' reels, rr. vnar t:t Cuvahoea
nver. in said CUT ot Cis.-elaoo; nid Pndce to be two
hundied ieet iu lencth. thir icet wide, aid carriage-war
e'suies-n arwl a hat :et.
flaps aisti speci.r:it;o s will le recelred, arcompanytu
tbi: rppis--i'a tor bu;lji': the S'tiue.
Tte Urd of C ty In.pM.Temeii's ii Ttte The suhmtrsiosi
of bsds, irerip i tie r'jta' to accept or rtject the saiue
By oitlerof the K 1.1.1.
. A- MMKjP, City Clrll Eufincer
r'CTr'tn.l Sept. IVjt. serai 2w 2fm
Sr V r.l,L 1 1 L.UK, -d
inlLElt'S & CLAhK, P-ffi,
is JlSlits, t OLKl,
f tLiVKi-ASP lGW,Allv
) GEO. H Itr aNHAM, J.P.
ABEL DOWNS, and
StAllUttV S kORD, Dlts.
4 T onr instance, an attachment has
il. bes nis-oed ty G H. Bt.hm, Ju.ici ol ih P-i-ce,
Uifveljul 1. wniihip, sera. n it the coo. d, cuatts-is, nsiita aid
credi.s i-t said Abt-1 Downs am, frat my S fotd, ou a
claim on a jtiumetst rrnUcird in Kaveurja, Poriac'couo
ty. Oua C .Jiu, $47,t Tuo case wnl be I trial at t
o'clock, A. AI-, Nos. eti, ly. at .jm Kealui'n s oflice.
Cleyclaid, DUw. MWEi.L l. t LA ft K,
AllLLiLi. Cl AKK..
Selrernl-er C3d. spj4 tw ttip
rj1HE; N KV COUNTl MAP.
JL Agreeably to nrom.e. we herehv uotry our f nerds
nj pu.rcms, a li:'e 10 advaii e of i'riii'aiun. thai nnr
NEW MAP OF CUYAHOGA COt.NlY is near r ccm
V'teu d, and h:U we nneiid o ri auiKii. e deave.'it them to
aulcrti crs in a' out three wp--ki H:ifiu? paled no labor
or exjeuae tu mriKinc he M;ib t verv bopenot ar tcfe ta
its iiiif, wj siuil cttfideiitiy cipec. to pad our pa-'rera
st i-itm? I S. H. MATTHrWS a t O.
Jl. FlUKKOXAKV TLBLIC
f..r (' y.ihoga t,ouu.y, aid LA u and G b- S E KA L
AGKN 1 , altvnds to ail Notaiul I qmbbs - ceccst ate
Loads: ;el :iLd etc I txtes t'ltv t-a-l Courix Real V mate,
Wesiern Lint'a. 4,c , Collects "Rmi.'s ai d Mouaw 1lt tti
ste Titles; .riw 1-eeds Al- rt-,es. Lraes c. Re
member the Otfice, So. 7 Sapenor street, in O. Cutler
B'U Ul.-S. ovrr M uriei a Hanlw:trr Store sen.- ,1 20
Othcc ol I sic C"iiiii.iSohuTS ot CcTafioc i Co.,
C'evc- and, Aiuunr is h ltrjt J
TV"0TICE ISIIEKEBY UIV'1'. that
It ta nuniiiaiice vi b act at 'he Genrrsl A-s tnl v ot
the State at OIik. oasd Apn l.i. I6e. entttit-d "aa act
amend an act, paiued April ITh, K 'i, mtitis-d un get tor
the asKe mnt an tax;, i.-a of a 1 pro; en r 111 thi. Stale,
ana ior ifTviiij; 'jms larnim, accorunaT o its irn vaiue in
sus t utiiiui si'istis, sis 1 ii' 11 e u .isr ssc ssi OB. 1 FOe,
dirtied the City ut Cleveland 111.0 ilute U:s:ru:sa, as loi-
Tn. si! ami 3d Wanlr to t-in&tiiut' the 1st District.
The ith. S h, atli and Tth WrJs ' 'j
IheWH.tf-h. littaaedlUb Ware's .t
Eacn Township in the Couuiv e it:ttitesi ur,r.ra n
trtc- . WILLIAM ILLLFB.
il8.5wan Clerk -f he BosrJ.
J UJ. I 3(J, AT ABU I XI2
ocl ck.on -he P.anfc Kcrid !rr-m t lereHnd to w
I'urea. belwe-B the Toil Uate and A i:;encuii H. iisii. an old
Hoite JllonaSJe. OUn amo V on 1 1 iai ni.fr rv C i t si -.j-
anot rot note on wh eh thtre wa-. uh oc jh due 9J
Hher valiwLe papers, an Aru'ii-ru Jtaif LMit-.r nti of
iltl a wnprn k ,v,ir jueri tt aoitixs. Anr itittirmaiion
whirl) Will kad to tlie r coverr i (tin Part Muuua,a ana
conientswili be iiberaily re warded.
rfuiy ji-hju .
sMetctV'ttt laitor. Bjs rrmowed hi tatri" esabnatt
Aa..ltoiSo 36 Prospect St , trt Bauder'a "lock, wuere ha
be- hatpy to see his old fricbos. lie is prrpaivd
usuti to niaiT. tj.oiluuK in IPe latest and naoal ftsmotiable
pORONER'S OFFICE. 2 ABBEY
J STKKKT.iWestSideneartha corner of Pevl an
Lorain streets NuUce may aio be let! at Mr. H-.wiaad r,
ilSt. Ctiiiratreet. noU dlr 4
UNITED bTATKS AND FOREIGN.
PATENT OFFICE AGENCY, OP
posite Wed deli Hto-so. Kan - street. Cleerif ot
H. uuatrsoK rmv!5-li71 Jmd BitaiNaasi
WOOD ! W OOD lOll SALE.
F'it--v'n hundred Cords of Wood TKN "HIL-
r r.n vro inree nines liom tne Court House
e MewbuRih Piank Road.
iwisiht time fall jn
hv. 'OW,IU)irTRft.rT rTnv,.a
MRS. CAI, AMBROTtPE AXl)
MtUlNOIlrS AKriSf, Ko. WSuien..rSl.,
soui ft sioej Clevslsud, Obio.