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3IONOAY HOBXINGi JiOV. 15, 1858.
Col. Medary Governor of Kansas.
'Washington dispatches state that Col. Sam
uel Medary has been offered the Governorship
of Kansas, and that he has taken a few days to
decide uuon the acceptance of the trust. If it
pays better than the Columbus Post Office, the
office of Governor will not be likely to go
The "Old Wheelhorse of the Ohio Democ
Tacy," a warm working Docglasite np to the
nomination by the Cincinnati Convention,
evinces a determination to stand squarely up to
the Buchanan rack, at least so long as the fod
der laste. He has fed at the public crib in some
way for about a quarter of a century, and the
governorship of Kansas will be the third stall
the "Old Wheelhorse" has occupied since Bu
chanan began to pet official favorites. The first
was the full racked one of Governor of Minne
sota with its feed trough full of Government
land speculations ; and the next the Columbus
Post Office worth several thousand a year.
t. Kansas is famous as the political grave-yard
jof Democratic Governors, and it is barely pos
aible that the "Old 'Wheelhorse of Ohio De
mocracy" may shie at the sight of the row of
headstones inscribed with Reeder, Shannon,
Oeary, Walker, Stanton and Denver. "
Justices, &c., Statistics.
" The Columbus Gazette has obtained from the
Secretary of State a table of the number of
Justices of the Peace, Notaries Public, Town
ships, and Voting Precincts in the 88 counties
in Ohio. The totals are : 3,505 Justices, 1,279
Jfotaries, 1,363 Townships, and 1,469 Voting
In Cuyahoga county there are 59 Justices,
105 Notaries, 20 Townships, and 30 voting
precincts. In Ashtabula 72 Justices, 18 Nota
ries, and 28 townships; Erie 21 Justices, 19
Votaries, 12 townships, and 16 voting pre
cincts; Geauga 41 Justices, 12 Notaries, and 16
townships; Huron 45 Justices, 18 Notaries,
and 19 townships; Lake 17 Justices, 9 Nota
ries, and 8 townships; Lorain 57 Justices, 18
Notaries, and 21 townships; Mahoning 38 Jus
tices, 10 Notaries, and 15 townships; Medina
42 Justices, 15 Notaries, and 17 townships ;
Portage 47 Justices, 7 Notaries, and 20 town
ships; Summit 42 Justices, 17 Notaries, and 25
townships; Trumhull 60 Justices, 17 Notaries,
and 25 townships.
Justices, &c., Statistics. Suicide--Murders--Mob Hangings
II H. Chilton, formerly Professor of Geology
in the University of Louisiana, and of late a
cotton broker in New Orleans, committed sui
cide last week in a most determined manner.
He was found aittiiig in his offwa, hi. head lean
ing upon his hand naturally, the elbow resting
on his desk. He had literally wounded him
self from head to foot with a large pocket knife,
soma seven gashes having been made in his
neck, one in his arm, one in each instep, and
another in the ankle. Dissipation and despera
tion produced by it the cause.
Mr. Nesliitt, jailor and former Sheriff of Cal
loway county, Missouri, on entering the apart
ment of the prisoners just at dark to give them
supper, was struck dead with an iron bar by
one of them, a negro. The negro was detained
in jail to be sold, and, with his two white ac
complices in the murder, made his escape. Mr.
Good let, member of the Senate of Missouri, was
fatally stabbed by a dentist named 'Williams,
last week. As a witness Mr. G. had expressed
an opinion unfavorable to Mr. W., when the
latter drew a knife and inflicted several terrible
Another characteristic Southern tragedy took
plce at Campbellsville, Kentucky, on the 10th
irret. Henry Sympson, a wealthy fanner, wa
murdered and his house robbed of some $5000
in the vicinity of Campbellsville,about a year and
a half ago. Four of the alleged murderers, S
Thompson, S. Despain, K. Skaggs, and George
Hunter, have since been in the Greensburg jail
awaiting trial. On the 10th a mob of some 200
men proceeded from Campbellsville to Greens
burg, broke open the jail, and on gaining access
to the prisoners found Skaggs dying, his throat
cat from ear to ear with a razor, to escape the
outrages of the mob. Thompson, Despain and
Hunter were taken by the mob to Campbellsville,
Where the two first were hung to a tree while
protesting their innocence, and Hunter confess
ed the crime, implicating his companions and
Jive others H. Scaggs, J. Scaggs, L. McDan-
ict. J. Underwood, and a brother-in-law of
Hympson named J. Barbee. Some of the per
sons had been arrested, and further summary
vengeance is anticipated.
Congressional Vote in Indiana.
The Congressional vote of Indiana in 1856
Trap as follows :
Democratic majority 6,227
The following was the vote in 1858 :
Showing a Republican majority as above, of
9,965, which shows a net gain in the State since
1856, for the Bepublican and Opposition Con
gressional ticket, of 16,192.
Napoleon B. Van Tcyl. This young ras
cal, who is under indictment in Ontario county,
2i. T., for kidnapping a colored man from Gene
va, and selling him as a slave at the South, and
V ho, after being taken out on bail by his father,
disappeared, leaving his hat and coat on the
tank of a stream, with shot and dagger holes
ia them, to carry the impression that he was
xaurdered, has been re-captured. He was ta
ken in New Jersey last week, and sent back to
Ontario county, where he is now in jail.
Atlantic and Great Western Railroad.
The Ashland Times learns that Mr. Doolittle is
making arrangements for the resumption of the
Trork on the line of this road lying in Pennsyl
vania, and that additional force has been put on
the eastern portion of the line in this State.
Jlr. D. expects to have the road completed from
it s eastern terminus to Dayton in 18 months.
A portion of the iron has been shipped from
New Paper. The Stare Cocirry Repos
).ican is the title of a large, neatly printed and
firranged weekly journal, just established by
Messrs. Medill fe Meredith, at Canton. The
title is expressive of the political character of
the new paper. Local intelligence is to be a
jirominent feature of the Republican, and the ini
tial number is exceedingly creditable to the
The Dome. The Dome of the Capitol is
now ready for the upper cornice, and the work
Jnen are engaged in patting up the iron rafters
lor the sky light. Should the weather continue
favorable the original plan will be finished in
two or three weeks. The beautiful design of
Jlr. Roffers,of erecting Corinthian 24 columns of
iron, 36 feet long and 3 feet 9 inches in diame
ter at the base, to decorate and finish the exte
rior of the Dome, will not be pat into execution
until authorized by the Legislature. Columbus
The voto of Egypt is coming in. Two of the
most famous counties in that enlightened and
unterrified Democratic district, have sent in
their returns as follows:
Franklin county 9 9'4
Johnson county 7 1135
Total 16 2109
Now this is something like voting, although
we find that the Republicans have gained five
in Johnson since 18ob. t remont got two votes
in the county. What a noble spectacle do the
honest, intelligent veomen of Egypt present to
their brethren of other sections, at this time of
partial disaster ! Verily, it is one worthy to be
admired and lolloweJ : unto statesman.
The vote of the darkest part of Egypt is in !
The following are the official returns of the
Ninth Illinois Congressional District
Democratic majority 12,652
The Statesman has material for another shout
over the Democratic solidity of the vote of the
"intelligent yeomen of Egypt!" The following
interesting table compiled from the census of
1850, casts some light on the cause of the re
markable one-sidedness of the vote of "the most
famous counties in that enlightened and unterri
fied Democratic district."
NO. OF ADULTS WHO CANNOT BEAD AND WRITE.
Counties. Cannot rmd and write. Full Vote.
891 ' 645
In 1850 there were Four thousand three hun
dred and ninety-two adult males in this boasted
intelligent Democratic district" who could
neither read their ballots nor write their names,
and there were no less than sixty-three hundred
adult females in the same "enlightened Demo
cratic district" who could neither read nor
write. Such is the intelligence the Ohio States
man brags of! A Democratic district where
every fourth voter would be excluded from the
ballot-box on account of ignorance of the A. B.
C. of a common education by the laws of some
of the New England States. A comparison of
the two tables will show that wherever the
greatest ignorance prevails in Egypt, there the
Democratic majority is largest. - "What a noble
spectacle !" shouts the organ of the Ohio Democracy.
From Egypt. Illinois Republican--Squatter Sovereignty.
A dispatch from Springfield the 12th to the
Chicago Press, states that the majority for Mil
ler, Republican, on the State ticket, is a little
over 4,600. All the counties in, though a few
are not official. The official count will not dif
fer one hundred votes from the above.
The Press brings home to Douglas and his
supporters the following illustration of Popular
S overeignty furnished by the result of the Ill
inois election :
1. An apportionment law by which, in elect
ing a Legislature, 750 votee in Democratic por
tions of the State are equivalent to 1,000 votes
in Republican sections.
2. A Democratic majority in the Legislature
elected by a minority of all the votes cast,
claiming to represent the popular sentiment.
3. A United States senator elected by that
majority claiming that he represents the views
of his constituents.
4. A Senator on trial before his constituents,
is repudiated by a majority of nearly 10,000 of
the popular vote ; claims to have been sustained
because bis friends secure the .Legislature by
means of the aforesaid apportionment law.
Goes back to the Senate assuming to be the
man ot tne people.
5. Douglas vs. Lincoln on trial before a jury
of the whole people. Majority for Lincoln
over Douglas about 4,000. Douglas said to be
indorsed Lincoln repudiated.
Execution of the Boy Murderer.
The wretched criminal, young Rodgers, who
murdered Mr. Swanston, a quiet citizen of New
York in the public street on the 21st of Octo
ber, 1858, was executed on Friday. Rodgers
belonged to the numerous class in cities of
"fast boys." In company with two other drink
ing rowdies they met Mr. S. and wife on the
pavement, one of them reeled against Mrs. S.,
and on being remonstrated with, Rodgers
plunged a knife into Mr. S., killing him in
stantly. Every effort to obtain a reprieve or
commutation failed, so alarming has youthful
crime and rowdyism become in New York.
Rodgers was only about 18, and almost femi
nine in his appearance. He was executed in
the yard of the City Prison. ' The Times account
At twenty-two minutes before twelve o'clock
the rope was cut. For nearly a minute he
swung around, and vibrated to and fro, from the
force of the fall. Then he commenced to
struggle, and for eight minutes his quiverings
were fearful. He so far loosened his right arm
from 'the rope that pinioned him, that he was
able to thrust his hand within bis shirt-bosom,
where be tore at his heart, as if there was the
seat of all his pain. He had probably no con
sciousness the doctors said the action was
merely muscular and involuntary, but it was
sickening to behold. After eight minutes his
pulse ceased to beat. After hanging forty min
utes, he was lowered, and deposited in a plain
stained coffin. His brother and a male relative
his brother-in-law, as was understood enter
ed the yard while he was suspended, and re
ceived his remains. And then a terrible scene
His mother, sisters and brothers were in the
prison, awaiting the custody of his remains.
On the coffin containing the body being brought
into the outer yard, they threw themselves up
on it, and the spectacle that followed was too
harrowing for description. The face of the de
ceased, which was horribly contorted, was ex
posed, but they bent over it, kissing the swol
len lips, from which the tongue protruded, till
finally one after the other fainted, and the old
est habitues of the Toombs had to retire unable
to bear the scene. Eventually the corpse was
removed in a hearse to the residence of the pa
rents, and thus the execution ended.
Gem. Bdsns is the Rixa ! The Coshocton
Age says that Gen. Burns undertook to thrash
Charles Ellis last week, because he did not
vote for him for re-election to Congress. The
redoubtable Lecomptonite would have been
drubbed as terribly as his Washington master
has been by the people, but from the interfer
ence of bystanders. Burns has a big job on
hand if he intends to thrash all of his constitu
ents who didn't vote for him.
Washington News and Rumors.
The despatch of the 1 1th to the Tribune says:
The embarrassment of the Administration
about Mr. Wm. Walker, has been greatly in
creased by the urgent remonstrances against
any acti m of our Government calculated to ob
struct the rillibnster designs on Central Ameri
ca. The Pro-slavery leaders consider the suc
cess of Walker essential to the progress and
to the safety of the peculiar institution, and
threaten vengeance if he is again interfered
with by American officials, or if the interference
of British cruisers with vessels bearing our
nag, is tolei ated by tins (government.
The Cabinet were again in consultation on
the subject to-day. The President is said to be
extremely disturbed by manifestations f feel-
ins in the Gulf States on this question. He
haa schemes of his own in relation to Central
America which Walker's expeditions retard
rather than assist, and, besides, has no confi
dence in Walker's ability to achieve success.
J5 Judge Parker, the defeated Democratic can
didate for Governor of New York, has been
seeking consolation at the White House. A
despatch of the 12th says :
The President, it is said, offered him vester-
terdav the Collectorship of New York, decla
ring that he meaDt, at all events, to remove
Mr. schell. the Judge declined the honor, in
timating his preference for the Mission to Eng
land, or for a seat in the Cabinet.
The Collectorship, it is stated, will now be
tendered to Mr. 1 sylor, the candidate for Lieu
tenant-Governor on the same ticket. Great ef
forts are being msde by Schell's friends to ap-
pease the President's wrath, which is attribu-
table to the conduct of the Hards in the recent
The despatch of the 12th to the Times has
the following touching the filibuster programme:
The position assumed by the British Govera
ment relative to Nicaragua and American fili
busters has created the liveliest interest here.
The resistance threatened by the British forces
in the Nicaragua waters is not the worst feature
of the case. Mr. White has been assured that
tiia h,.to .nnl.1 nf n,u;,nl. Sit. T...m f wAa-
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me protection oi general ..alter, nnouiutuey
carry tne filibuster flag 1 am assured the boats
will be seized and burnt by tbe Uritisn author-
ities w al ker regards all this as mere bluster to
pronounces it let he laughs at it and his
movements .will not be varied in the slightest
by all the threats the English Legation heie can
hurl against him I am satisfied these are not
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our Government No little excitement exists
in the State Department in relation thereto.
Mr. White has been required to make declara
tion that he is "not in the filibuster interest, nor
will he countenance any violation of our neii.
trality laws." General Walker says the same
thing, lie denies any intention to violate the
neutrality laws of the country, and declares his
purpose to go to Nicaragua as a peaceable "em
igrant." Thus we still rind White and Walker
in the same boat. A few days may develop
something ot importance.
The Herald's despatch of the same date says
the Collector of the port of Mobile, regarding
the granting of a clearance to a Nicaragua emi-
grant vessel, will probably turn on the truth or
falsity of the report that the passenaers have
obtained passoorts from Yrisarri.
UUUUIU WACJ All V U KUlIiK LU iiuiiiyua Ult
men going to Nicaragua
passports from the Minister here from that coun
try, it is considered questionable if this or any
otuer government oujjnt to interfere.
An open Hearted Man
Alexis St. Martin, the Canadian, who had a
yairc in ma dwuiwu, ui ui icoair ui unuuc tuiu
winch the operations of digestion can be seen
as c earlv as thrnnpii a window, must now
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yieiu nis pre-eminence as uie greatest ot living
curiosities to m. Grnnx. a German crpntleman.
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tne woraing oi wnose neart are peing aispiayea
to the medical and curious public of New York
The Evening Post thus describes the appear
ance and lecture of M. Groux, at the Universl
ty Medical College a few days since :
t. : . c .i , C .
(breastbone,) which enables the several move-
All la a uisc vi uniiricuuy ui me . , I J I UI H
mentsof the heaTt to hp. seen. Tfc ha e-rmt.pi
intense interest for several years past through
out the cities of Europe and Britain. The sub
ject of the defect is a very intelligent gentle
man, m. lroux, a native ol Hamburg, twenty-
eight years ol age, sornewhat under the average
height and rather pale, though he appears to be
m health. Jlc was mtroduced by L)r. Mott,
who thought that the substance which occupied
the place ot trie sternum might be cartilage
jl. droux then showed tne peculiar conlormity
of his chest and gave an excellent lecture on
the heart's action, demonstrating his remarks I
with colored plates, an artificial heart, and his
own lio.lv. The collar-bones are not connect-
" . J . : .
ea, ineitner are me rius to tneir opposities,;
but tliers is a groove where the sternum should
be : the skin is natural, in his natural state
this groove is about an inch and a half wide,
but it can be distended to three inches. On
looking at the groove a pulsatile swelling is
discernable opposite the third and fourth ribs ;
if respiration be suspended it rapidly rises to an
enormous extent, and remains full and tense
until the breathing is restored, when it soon
suosioes a nis is the heart. Between tne
Clavicles mere is anotner puisauie swelling,
easily felt, which is the aorta, the great artery I
.L. i l rni .i;i..: j i- I
iroia me neart. Ane uiiaiauou anu contraction
ol the luno is also seen. In coughing the right
the right lung suddenly protrudes lrom the
chest through the groove, and ascends a consid
erable distance above the right clavicle into the
Playing up to the Bills.
rammnn Ittriinm with .hnomum l.n
nl.a . . I
they wunto make a strong assurance to the
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public, they generally announce in prominent
capitals "Every piece on the programme will
be played." The Perrysburg Journal says :
"Steedman is no longer the man who is coun
selled in distributing the Government patronage
Northern Ohio. U. S. Marshal Johnson now
has the ear of the President, and all appoint-
ments are made through him. It would gratify I
large circle of his political friends if he would
procure the appointment of some person to pay
off the liabilities of the Commercial Bank of To-
By the way, we have a bit of news to tell
fully explain why Mr. A. J. Dickinson, of this
place, did not get the appointment ot .Marshal
uie iurtueru Asieuu;b ui uulu. finny last
summer while the Liecompton controversy was
the absorbing theme of conversation, it was
generally conceded that Mr. D. had the inside
iaai.&, anu um jail w wuij wu luciiuv, uut bun
saw, "there's many a slip," etc., never proved
truer than in this instance. In those days, one
our prominent republicans of this place re
i. -.1 i.: a f-:. JT.l : kn I
ceived a despatch from Washington, inquiring
how Mr. A. J. Dickinso t stood on Lecompton ?
This dispatch was signed "R. Mott," the name
the Republican Congressman from the Tole-
district. Answer was returned that Mr. D.
professed to be anti-Lecompton. It was sup
posed this inquiry was made for the purpose of
imparting strength to xlcll s back-bone, by
showing him that his own party in this district
were opposed to the passage of Lecompton.
Nothing more was heard of the matter for
several months, and the circumstance was no
longer thought of. In the meantime Lecomp
ton passed Hall betrayed his constituents and
voted for the measure and Mntthew Johnson,
Toledo, was appointed United States M .rsh
al. But "murder will out." A few weeks since,
Marshal Johnson happening to meet onr Repub
lican friend, accosts him with, "Did you not re
ceive a telegraph dispatch from Washington a
months since?" "Yes." "Do you know
who sent it?" "Mr. Mott." "Ha ! ha! ha! I
sent that dispatch myself, knowing you would
think it was sent by any other than the per
son whose name was signed to it I sent that
dispatch to Mr. Buchanan, and from that time
Mr. Dickinson was as dead as a door nail! Ha,
ha 1" We have no doubt also, that Gen. J.
Steedman was knowing to the sending of the
dispatch, if he did not have a hand in it, for at
that time Mr. S. was an ardent supporter of Bu
chanan. Now he declares that he is a "tyrant," '
"conspirator," "dictator." Fremont Journal.
The Doelano Case at Chicago. The cat
tle swindle case has taken a singular turn.
Mr. Dorland paid Barnet and Benham
88,220, the amount their due, on condition of
their leaving immediately for Texas, terms they
were glad to comply with, whereupon Barnet
Benham were arrested and detained on a
charge of compounding a felony.
Canal Receipts. The receipts and disburse
ments on account of Canals for the week ending
Nov. 9, 1858. were as follows:
Ohio Canal $3,633 18
Miamimi and Erie Canal 6,190 99
Muskingum Canal 893 21
Hocking Canal 872 31
Walhonding Canal 10 58
Total receipts... $11,100 28
Disbursements for same time. . . 2,321 21
Net revenue $8,775 07
The net revenue for the corresponding week
of 1857 was $3,400 41.
Michioan Legislature. The new Legisla-
I ture of Michigan will be Republican enough for
all practical purposes. The Senate stands 24
Republicans to 8 Democrats, and the House 60
Republicans to 22 Democrats three to one in
the Senate, and nearly three to one on joint bal
lot. ' - .
Ex Gov. Bebb, oe Ohio. We learn by the
Chicago Press, that Ex-Governor Bebb, for
some years a larpre farmer m Illinois, has be
come possessor of large landed estates in Ten
nessee, and will remove to Knoxville, where he
designs practicing law in company with his
The Autocrat op the Breakfast Table.
All of the Daoers by the oenial "Autocrat"
which have appeared in the Atlantic Monthly,
will be published collectively in book lorm on
Saturday next, bv Messrs. Phillips, Simpson &
Co. Mr. Hopkin's pencil has been busy in pre-
Dariiii' illustrations, representing favorite char
acters in the collection who appeared personal
ly or were introduced in the pleasant chats of
the Autocrat, at the breakfast table.
Prescott's Phillip .The third and last
volume of Prescott's "History of Phillip the
Second." will be published by Phillips, Samp
son fc Co., on the 8th of December. Boston
So UoEE Second Class Cars. All the Rail
...d Companies between New York and Chica-
were y :e9teraay to discontinue the running of
surnrnl i net cam I np AmicrraDL trains Will UU
tbe gecond.clas8 business, and the fare on the
Ultet has het!a aiaed from five to 8even doling
between Buffalo and Chicago. The first class
far(J u fifteen dolars from Buffalo or Suspension
Bridge to Chicago. -Buffalo Com. 13A.
A Sinoino Mouse. Mr. Bruck, of the firm
of Bruck & Leonard. Druggists, of this place,
caught in a wire trap on Tuesday evening last,
a musical mouse. The little fellow will troll off
a tune equal to the best Canary. It has been
heard singing about the store ever since last
winter, but all previous attempts to capture it
failed. It is truly a great curiosity.-r-ilarwn
Sugar Case in Wirt County. The Wirt
county sugarcane crop is about gathered, and
tne canes manuiaciurea imo excellent iuoiasses,
superior to any soiu .n tne stores.
" opined arerages 200 gallons to the acre,
Experience shows that by allowing the canes
to stand until folly ripe, the juice is sweeter.
requires less boning, anu manes more au uetr
I Sin viin thin nrhan nfttHarorl rrmpn I ft A WntVI
I 1 - 1 - -,, , .
en and iron crushing mills hare both been used,
but the iron ones are greatly preferred. ine
next year's crop will be a large one. Richmond
i MARY ANN LANltSAIS, both ol Llevelaud.
In Mm. on the 3-3 hut., Mr. JOHN s CAKitOLL,
I On the 911. insl., Mr. MARION F. BECKWITH, of
Stockton, cm., und miss jjktsey l. (juiuuLE, oi
Onttifl4tb inst., Mr. PLYMPTON R. WILLARD, and
I alius luuakua si. rAKMKLfcfc., iotu oi sayuroog.
At ABhtnbula Harbor. Nov. tth. of CnnRTimDtiso. CELI-
NA, daughter of Lydia aod W. B. Large, aged 1 years.
In Sarbrook. November 4th. Mrs. LYDIA. aeed 81 rears
widow of the late Solomon brown.
I ... . ' t....... n,. o-i nvrnwv
WILieh, ei'dest sou of Wia. G.' wilder, of Oeauea Co..
THOSE WHO HAVE USED IT.
Ainon- the many testimonials in favor of the effects
BCBRHAVE'S HOLLAND BITTERS, we offer the names
of the following, many of them well known in this city:
James Colvin, of South Pittsburgh, says: "It is certain-
ly ft valuable medicine; it cured me of Dyspepsia."
Captain Henby Eaton says: "It cured my wife of Nea-
j. a. Vos Bonnhokst kls:-"I never met with a rem-
edy so speedy for acidity of the stomach."
Hesrich Paulus says: It cured me of a severe chron-
tc dian-hfca in two days."
Samuel Woodbuff, of Athens, Ohio, says:-"When
commenced nsins your medic, I was so prostrated that
couiu not want across my iurm; alter .ismg ose bottle,
lean eat anything.
DIED, New Advertisements.
By J. O. Halland ..
Bushnell's Sermons for the Nerirlaie..
Tnylor's Practical Sermons
Bushnell's Na'ttraland Supernatural...
Armstrong's Theology of Christian Kxpenenre..
A' INGH AM 8t B RAGG'S.
MyTOTlCE. THE CO -PARTNER
Mi SHIP heretofore eiinme under the name of L. M
PITKIN a Co. was dissolved, bv mutual consent, on the
6th inst.. and L. M. Pitkin is authorised to settle and cc-l-
ict the debts due to, and par the debts due from said
arm. 1. 11 hitkin ' gent.
N.B HENRY PRIDAV w !l continue the bosinas at
the old staid, being he METROPOLITAN MAHKET,
o U2 prosp-ct street. L. A. rilKlA, Agent.
novia aiw zoa
ATOXIC E. SEALED PROPOSALS
a V to furnish the Nimhprn nhln T.unaric Asvlum with
CUAL. rangirg in quantity from one thousand to rmeen
"u5ure? "?? wl" M nc'"?t . "'? Asylum up to tn
ajimnsi tne ronowtrg conanionsio De compuea witu
Said Coal to be 01 the first qualitr, aod delivered in the
sheds of the Asylum as wanted.
Bv order of the Trustees.
O E. KE.NDKII K. Snperintendent.
Tfewbnr-b. Nor. 11th 1S18. norlS dlw 205
XV-L Doable Exti
WHITE ROSE MILLS,
Double Eitra FLOUR
CLEVELAND CITY MILLS,
Doable Extra FLOUR
Double Extra FLOUR
At Wholesale and Retail.
the Citv free, bv
and de'ivered in anr part of
norl5 Nns 116 s lit? S ipsrior Street.
A. HI. rl.DKt UU
K A () BBLS. EXTRA FLOUR,
200 BBLS. SUPERFINE FLOUR,
1Q0 BBLS. FINE FLOUR,
10 TONS BUCKWHEAT,
hot15 For sa'e br A. M. PERRY a CO.
TTULLED BUCKWHEAT FLOUR.
aa .uai siiai-at
A. M PERRY a CO.'S
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Ha become a household word.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Makes beverage delicious u nectar.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Takes less Coffee than any other.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Never fails to do its work right.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
GiTes a healthy b era rage.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
la a friend to Dyspeptics.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Makes husband hapj
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Makes wivea good-natured.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Is the cooV's delight.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Bends smiles to the breakfast table.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Prevent matrimonii!! discords.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
GiTes the Arabian berry in perfection.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Is based upon science and eommoc sense. -
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Is used by all good hooss-ieepers.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT,
pints, 2 qn-irts, 3 quarts, 4 quarts, and 8 qaarts, is for
TOGO, ENSWORTH t CO.,
555 and 231 Superior i
Church Music, Outline Maps, Stationery, 4c.
Far the Wholesale Trade.
LABGE STUCK FOB THE FILL BUSINESS.
Teachers offered Liberal Facilities for becoming
acquainted with New School Books.
FAVORABLE TERMS TO MERCHANTS, a OTHER
DEALERS IN SCHOOL BOOKS
New School Books kept in large Quantities.
Prompt Attention to Orders from the Country.
GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO BITTERS.
J.B.COBB & CO.
ANNOUNCE to Teachers, Merchants
and others dealiat in School Book. Stationery, fee ,
that thej have made preparation lor a large buaiueu the
present season. Their stock is unusoalW large, n em
rracefl full supply ct the Standard Txt Books, as wei, as
the .New School Books, for which Agent are operating
th'ongaout the State. . . .
t. 7r .... ..in, tn. h .Vila a snnn r anr imMd for KCDOOl
Books, either as to kind tr quantity. Specie attention will
be given to fi ling orders fmm Merchants, and pains taken
to supply everv a rue I e wu ted, and the price in all caws
Will oe mo liwwi. iirjciieir wnu '"- , , ' ,
find elsewhere sue Books a they want, will be nearly
We eWe below a partial list of our stok. and for further
pailicuiars, we invite persons to cat! nt ourStre, or corres
pond with us. Orders, enclosing cash, or a Kit isl actor
reference, will receive prompt attention. Those ordering
so ds its express, can. if they desire, pnv tne bill to tne ex
press agenr, when they receive the goods.
READERS AND SPELLERS.
Haxen'sSoellerand Define r,
AIcGuffey's New Readers.
lnwne'a Progressive Readers,
Webster's Kicmeutury Speller,
Adams' (Daniel) Arithmetic,
Adams' (F. A.) Firt Arithmetic,
Coi burn's Arithm?tic,
Davies' University Arithmetic,
Ureeileaf' School Anihmeuc,
tireuuleai's Higher Arithmetic.
Ra.'s First Ant metic.
Rav's Second Arithmetic,
Ray's Third Arilhmitic,
Ray's Higher Arithmetic,
S oddards Jnvenile AUutal Aulhmetie.
Stoddard's Amer Intel'f ctral Authmetic,
Stoddard's Practical Arithmetic,
Stoddard's Philosophical Arithmetic.
Thompson's Practi al Arithmetic,
'I bomusou'' Higher Arithmetic,
TrtCv's Elemeutary AnihmcTic,
Tracy's Commercial Arithmetic .
Bullions' English Grammar,
Bathm' Practical acd Analtical Grammar,
Brown's First Lines of English Grammar,
Brown's Institutes of Grammar,
Covell's Digest of English Urammar,
CUrk's First Grammar,
Clark's English Grammar,. ...
Fowler's English Grammar,
Fowler's Grammar, Abridged,
Greene's Introduction to English Grammar,
Greene's First Lessons in Grammar,
Greene's Elemeuuof ngUh Grammar,
Pinneo's Prim iry Grammar,
Pinneo's Analytical Grammar,
Piimeo's Eng ish Teacher,
Smith's Eae ish Grammar,
Tower's English Gran.nurt
We lit' Grammar,
Cornell's First Steps in Geography,
Cornell's Primary Geography,
Cornell's Intermediate Geography,
Cornell 'siHiSh S- hool Gerginphy.
Colitin k Fitch's Introductory Geography,
Coltnn & Fiicn's Mod m School Geography)
Fitch's Physical Geography,
Long's Cla-sical Aths,
Mitchell, Priaaaiy Geography,
Mitchell's Intermediate Geography,
Mitchell's Geography and Attas,
.Mitchell's Ancient Geography,
McNtslley's Go graphy,
Montcith's First Buok in f3eogrtphy,
' Monteith's lmroluction to Geography,
Mun-euli's Manual of Geography,
MjLteith's New Manual,
Mitchell's Outline Maps,
Olnej's Geography and Atlas.
Pel'on's Outline Maps,
Peter Parley's Geography,
Smith's First Geography, . .
Sum h's Q isxto G''""Phy,
Domeiriii' Physical Geography
White's Class Book of Geography,
Warren's Common Srhool Geography,
Warren's Phsical Georahy,
Andrews It St oddaid'a Latin Grammar,
Andrews Sl Stoddard's Latin Grammar, juv ; I
Andrews Latin Reader,
Andiews First Bo -k in Latin,
Andrews' La in Lessons,
Andrews' Latin Lexicon,
Anthou's Latin Dictionary,
Airikworth's Latin Dictionary,
Authun's Gieek Keeder.
Antrum s Juvenal.
Arnold's Firs and Second Latin Book,
Arnold's Latin Prose Composition,
Arnold's First Latin Book,
Arnold's Cornelius Nepos,
Arnold's First Greek Book,
Arnold's Greek Prose Composition,
Bullion's Latin Grammar,
Bullion s Latin Reader,
Bullion's Greek Grammar,
Bullion's Greek Reader,
Crosby's Greek Lessons,
Crosby's Greek Grammar,
Harkness' Second Latin Book,
Keuhner's Li tin Grammar,
li'idle tfc Scott's Grosr T,exicon,
McCiintock & Crook's Eirst Latin Book ,
McChut-ck fc Crook's First Greek Book.
Owen' Xcnophon's Anabasis,
Owen's Xmoph n's Cyclopedia,
Sophocle's Greek Grammar.
NEW SCHOOL BOOKS
Now being extensively introduced, and kept
Covin's Digest of Grammar,
McGutfry's New Readers,
Pe) ton's Outline Maps,
Pason fc Damon's Writinr Book.
W rren's Common Softool Geography
Warren's Fhyical Geography.
GERMAN AND FRENCH
Adler's large German Dictionary,
Adter's small German Dictionary,
Adler's Progressive German Reader
Fasqaelle'd French Grammar,
G-jud's Grammar Germans to learn Engliab
Meadow's French Dictionary,
Noel fe Chapsal's French Grammar
OilendorH 's German Grammar,
Ollendorff's French by Jewett,
Ollendorff's Frei.ch tof Value,
Peissner's German Grammar,
Pmney's French Grammar,
Pmney's French Reader,
Robertson l an Syste m with French
Telemagne, with Notes,
Woodbury. German Grammar 2
Woodburt's Shorter Course.
PHILOSOPHY AND CHEMISTRY
Olmsted's School Puilotophy,
Olmsted's Colleg- Philosophy,
ft ockh anil's Chemistry,
Wayiand'd Intel.- ctual Philosophy
War land's Moral PhLotophy,
Wells' t herniary,
Youman's Class-BooV of Chemistry,
Yuuiaan's Atlas ot Chemistry.
Davies' Legend re,
Daries' Elements of Algebra,
' Loomis' Lo-anthiu,
Loom is Geometry,
Ray's First Algebra,
jay s econu ai
Sto-ldard's A lire bra,
Cotter's First Physiology,
Cutler's PhTf 10 oy and Anatomy,
Crittenden's Book Keeping,
Gray's How Plants Grow.
Gray's Lesion in Botany, .
Gry's Manual of Botany,
I yell's Manual of Geography, - -
Lyell's Principles of Geology,
Maltison's Astro omy,
Mayhew's Book Keeping,
Pavsoo fc Dunton's Wn mg Book
Quackenbos' English Companion,
St. John' Geology.
School Speakers-14 kinds,
Wa'ts on the Mind,
Wood's First Botanv,
Wood's C lass Book Botany,
W hate ley's Rhetoric,
CHURCH MUSIC, 4o.
The New LuteofZios,
The Smg t fovm.
J.B. COBB & CO.
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
Concert lor the Sick.
TR. URAINARD has kindly .fl
undated lbs MF.LODEON. and all IE. X Vp?
rlrst clsss Musicians tlwir SERVICES, for a
splendid Vocal and Instrumental
TO BE GIVEN
Tuesday Evening, November 16, 1858,
FOB THE BENEFIT OF
PROF. R. B. WHEELER,
Who. throne h the misfortune of sickness, has been thrown
upon the charities of s'rangers. in a Hra-ic-e ci'y.
Gentleman's Ticket, Wets Lady's Ticket, t5 Cls.
For sale at both Mtisir Stores, and the leading; Hole's.
TsDoo.s open at 6 o'clock 10 coiAimencs al 7 pre
ciselv. ty Let not our fellow townsman who was -espected
by every one now be foreotten, while lying on the verge of
cotiamniiv-s srrave, in me feat cuy oi u unam.
C-? For particulars of the Concert, see Prognimme to
oe luanu in an me noteia, stores, snope, omces anu a
as nouses in me c uy
FAIR AND SUPPER. The
Lsdtes oi the BETHKL KKWING SOCI
ETY will huld iheir Annual Fair and Supper, at
On Thursday ETenin, IS'ot. 18th.
The avails of the Fair will be applied on the uuiehted-
nes of the Church.
Three hundred and twenty dollars is necessary to be
raised to meet tt.e lust obligation 1 he Ladies have labored
Ion? and faithfully, and we think this effort will liquidate
the wlule amount ef indebtedness.
Tickets. 2Tir -ms. novlO
SELECT 1)A.M'1.G SlUOUL,
A T CHAPIN'S HALL.-Mr. Ballou
XjL would resrwctfnllv lr.fonn tne citizens of CUveland
tiiat he nl commence a Select Class in Dancing, at Cho
pin's Hall, on MONDAY, Nov. 15th, at 2 o'clck, p. M.f lor
Lr-die and Children, and at P. M. for Oentlerren.
1 erms $4 i cr scholnr, or $0 for a Lady and G mtle
man, in a-ivance. ISo scholars admitted but snbsenbers.
n 9 J2w 2- 6
NOG IE3i'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATE.
THE lecture Committee have the hon
or to announce that at?aug;em its hivubeen comDieted
for t .e f.dlowine Cour e ol TKN HIGHLY POPCLAH
LE' Tt'RES to be delivered at MELODEON HALL:
III Nov. 17 Prnf. E. L. YOUMAN. Subject CaiiKin
ic Aciu in the LaMratorv of Namre.
IV. Dec . Wr. I G. HOLLAND, (author of Titcombs
Letters.) of Spnugneld, Mass. Subj ect "American Social
V Dec 14-Rer. W. H. MI LB URN, (ihe Blind Preach
er.) oi New York.
VI Jl6C.l-Bv. WM HOGARTH, of Detioit.
VII Jan 11 Prof. B. SILLI.HaN, Jr.. Yale Colleee.
Subject Electio-Magnetic TelegraphThe Ailantlc Ca-
VIII. Jan. 25-BAYARD TAYLOR Subject "Mos
X Feb. 18-BA YARD TAYLOR. Subject Life in the
7" Lectures to commence at 8 o'clock.
The eminent talents of the Lecturer?, ard the varied and
interesting subjects of which they treat embracing Trav
els, Literature. Science, kr. will, it is confidently ex
pected, insure a lares attendance aud ihne avist the Asso
cia in in supplvio its Library with new Boots.
The foil, win- low scale of prices will hn charged for
TICKETS, which may be obta'ned at the Bookstores, at
Bnunard's, of the Led ore Committee, and at the door on
the evenings of the Lectures :
Course Tickets smsle jjio
" " aduiiitins a Gant.emau and Lady....
" n fr extra Lady 60
D. W. BROOKS, J. K.C SLFF,PEB,
J. E. IN'iiKKSOLL. E.G. BENEDICT.
W. S. PALME A. Lcture Committee.
Tenth Auuual Course of Leetnres
CLEVELAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
THE LECTURE COMMITTEE have
JL the pleasure of pnnouDcing the following brilliant
v.uurw uc iwcive Ast-cture :
N y. 21 Lieut. MATH EW P. MAURY, V. 3. N.,
tbe U. S OhstrvMtory. Wshiogioo, D. C.
Niv. 25 By the s.m-J.
Nov. :iu By the same.
Dec. 2 Bv the same.
Deo EDWIN H. CHAPIN, D D.f of N'ewTorlc.
Dec. 16-OL1VER P. BALDWIaN, Esq., Richmond, Va
Editor r,f the Richmond "Dispatch "
Dec.?3d-J SIDaNEY HEaHA W. Esq , U. S. N., UU
ca. N. Y . author of ".Around the w.iri.i "
Dec.30th-J. BAYARD TAYLOR, Esq. , Uotha, Genna-
Jan.7 Rev THOMAS STARR KTVO of Rntrm itf...
Jan 21 RALPH WALDO LiltRSON, Concord,
Jan. ia-PhOFESSOR LIE BIO. of Munch, Germany,
Feb. 4 Bv the same.
The subject oi ea h Lecture will be timely announced,
and should any chan-e 'ake place, due notic wi i be v-
eu. anu ine vacancy naed by equally eminent talent.
Tickets, admitting a Gentleman and Lady to the
Course $ 300
Tickets, tidiniltimr a Ceutleman only to the Course, 3 00
Ticket may be prf enred at T. E. Cobb k. Co.'. M. P n
Jewett'w, Ingt.am t Bragg', 8. Biftinard it Co.'s. and of
B P. PEIXOTTO.
WM. F. SMITH,
ocW Bt Lcture ommittee
Daneins Acai'emy, at the Gray' Armory.
31 R. BALLOU would res-
peclfuVlv inform the citizens of Cleveland, that
lus Academy will re-onen inrthe Season, at the
Gruis' Armt.rv nn UTflVKlliv purwuio
??to.'?!i!.,.15?SA'"8'!:lorl1 p .," far UOTtlenwa. "and "
SITtRDAY, Oct. 23J, at 1 P. M., f.ir tliilaren, and for
Ladies at 3 H. M.
Teiims Children's Class. $3 forr2 lesson, per scholar:
Gentleman a Class. XA nm-nnunl. wif.... r.... ti
lorLilersons. All Iliitton iu.anabljr in ailvanre.
Lesons given to Families, Schools, and also to PriTate
Claasrs or Siele Pupils, at their residences, on apn tea
tmn. For piirticniars, inanire of .Mr. BALLOC ui
B,"""" ' orlli
At Garham & Aplin's.
THE above House are the sole Agents
in tun city, lor the well known
Fair Haren Plant Oysters, 0. K.
aie now daily rereirins; them in kepr and cans, lu
of quality, there are none thai surpass them. They
large size, and free from shells l iar are also ri--
the well known Hon of Hatch Mann It Co. Also,
an Kinus oi
OYSTERS AND CLAMS, IX BARRELS.
of which thev will sell to the Trad 1 fi
OYSTER DEPOT. C. S.
J .a .A uav. OCJ&Qll KD
MALTBTN riate H..U s M,.!K.'.l )
1.1. vi i . -1 r. II Will uo
his establishment in Baltimore pot wp in rant and
ai.v.u anu KWIU , U uu Kiiie ,
Also HP:HMETICAI.I.V KC & I rn nvciTDa t nn
STERS, CLAMS. SpiceO Oysters and Sardines keot eon
tantly on hand.
aai imo e, mew yotk ana Princes Bay Shell Oyster
Cg CRACKERS f r sale, by th barrel.
GF ORANGES, LEMONS, and CIGARS, by the box
W. W GAINES. Assent,
oc2 No. roSnperiortreet.Cleyftlj.tiHo.
:Af Fresh Can Oyster, Hermetically Sealed
ttsuabu'cu guuu tuu iuw nureji on n:mu asui
"TI No. 9 On'ario Street
I Or .Hue OT MM StVHIlMN
CPICED OYSTERS! SPICED
OYSTERS ' If rou Wish somthinr In .n nu.f.
at SAN HORN'S, No. 9 Ontario St., and get some ot
nice Spiced Oyster. Warranted evert time, and
MauiKclarer ol" all kmdsof
SMALI. MACHINERY. LATHES, MODELS,
Boiling Mills for Jewelers and Dentists
SEAL AND OTHER PRESSES Ve.
TURNING AND FINISHIG GENERALLY.
Superior street, American Buildings, Clcrelard O
Oomite tbe Wllel1 House 1 u in
Cleveland Lock Hospital,
DE. A. DICK.
acknowledged Champion and most snccesaful
rayBician and Margeon in the United
. States, for the treatment of all
the First Floor over the Post Of
lice. CLereLstnd Ohm. Mnf.niiM m hM .n
fail) erery condition of Di ease, of a character
Pitients fencnilf wih kpnt imMtt t ......
ics.iui iv mv gftiu nccmi oi ur. jjick, ut ihm treat
Gonorrhea, Gleet. Stricture, Diseases of the B' adder and
jkuu!B, auu aTpujiiM, wua mn us rerrioie lornu:
old lmi-'eruia cases of tl; mutt hombie class
ot disaase where the bloou has be
come noisoned. nnniiirinir
on the Face. Pimples, Small Wtery Blisters.
Ulcere, Pains in the Head and Bond. Eruntion of
uv t-i i nuuei ' iua duoi, Iviuraivi
Throat and None. Serum Pa.
with an almost eaole-s number of sumtilne, are
ruesiiY sutiswu w ppiy, wuiiv uijr may JW if clurM
the comnle'e eradication of ererr Test ire of Veneretal
tttutls alone svji the anlv nntrn; n1 tTMtn-jl
mr me umonnniie ana miscuiaeo suiterer. Thocn
medi:inescan be bad only of Dr. D , at hi Print I.itjrni-
where every species of Secret Disease is successfully
Remember that thousands who had riven up ever
ouj'Jying iiCBitn, qiiTB uwuu muy rr-Korcu OJ tne
preparation of Dr. D.
Patent recently exposed, cored in from three to six
Young Ma take Particular Notice,
who, by indulejn; in certain solitary practice, or
a y other cause, have contracted that mind-hartoww
heaun-aestroyiiig aiscut, f mi nil WeaKness, can
restored t health bv apolying to Di. D., who has uc-
StranseTK (of either sex) visitinr Ctrreland, (who ar la
ot a Medical Friend,) and have not time to stop m
city 'o be cured, can hare medicine to take with
and a sa'e aud speedy eara pru.irauteed Patient
at a di aitce, by adaressinf Dr. D., (ai d inclosm; a
can be cured at horn. State the case, symptoms, ic
fent sails and, free from curiosity, to any part of
the office, ( wmch is so arrang d ) patients never come
contact with eaeh other, and see no one hut the Doctor:
let no feeling of nod est y or bashfulness deter
from making immediate application, ard thereby ri-k
hen Uh and happiness for a Life-time; but apply at once
Physician and Surgeon, whose wuola ba&iaes it is
will fully restore you to health.
All cases are strictly confidential, -fl
TO THE LADIES.
attention paid to Midwifery, and all Difficult ud
Diseases of Females.
Die 5c is Sols Aeent. in the United State fnr thm u
Rntler's ceiobrated "French Penodicai Drps,"
no female should be without, who is troubled with
or irrecxUriiies. These Drop are the only
undoniy pos tiveiv certain rosloraUve and preventive
Pnce. $5 per Bottle.
Caution. These Drops shouM not be used by lstlie
in a certain condition, ss they are sure to restore the
tmd rail circumsancrs.
Dr. A. DIClv.Boi 12J2; P. 0.,Uiereiann,u.
Omcehran. from 7 o'clock A.M. to so'clockP. M.
on Sunday from 8 o'clock A.M- to 12 P. M.
Fever and A rue cured iu 48 hours wsrractsd.
For Sale or Rent.
FOR RENT The Bin Dwell-
in;. No MOt.Tario st.e"t, a itw OA n..rtn jkjlil
if ii'U.A'l f.r
m-vU (JItt SI.
BINDERY FOK SALK or sale, a
eomplrte Bindery, coumhc i Ruiint; Machine,
Cutting Al:iciiim Pr-. Si. par-, Scampii'? To-jis, Poi$;iii,
and every ihnn rrecesmry to r:(iry on a Bindery to sdvan
tase. These Tools will te o!d at a low fijzure fur cash
wll'f Address A. DKAtf.
LOT FOR SALE.-A desirable Lot
consist ir.r of one acre, kitnaied near the Female Sem
ale cneap, aud on t
EV terms. Ii-q ir ot
KOLiKk J X ) XGS.
T?OR RLNT-a desirable front OF-
JL FICE on the sf com! floor, noiir the Merchants' Buik
on Supertur si reel. Inquiri; of
ROUSE It JFNNiNGS,
u7 lieal Es'.atc Agnta.
FOR SALE CHEAP. AN LNTER
est lnthe Fixtures tec. of a Munnijctriii$ tLailuh
oient oayiiie 1UG per ce t. pnc. i'M for wtiich go.J
western Unus wiilb taken.
Adilress P. p., Drawer 100 jnnH:;ltf S
LTMAH LITTLM. B1RAM H. HTTLH. ELL H. XETKs.
LITTLES & KEYES, Dealers ia
HEAL KSTATE-Odic,.iTtr 6b Superior., Cler,
laad. O., have constantly oa iian) a tarc (inanti'y of ver
uod Farmine Lantis in Iowa and W iscousm, w men wc will
sull Uw for Caih, or exchange lor Personal PropTlr. Ci.?
or Conntrr Rc.l Esiai. mii; Jn S
AKMS FOil SALK. Fonr tSriTs
i Cleveland price rrom Sl.iouto S5,0fV.
use and Lots ia the City lor saie very
Also, a Woolen Factory, Saw Mi!1, ix JweUis$
Houscs-intlXacrpsofiandatBedibid, luiMoui ooC.
It P. R. R, which we will sell on longtime r will ex
change for city tmwerf y.
Also. Saw aMi, CordiLe; Msrhii:e. Hrnse snd SOaereso
lwiu,a6miieuut on C. fc M. K. R.,at Anrora.
Also, i line family H"rss. ami sevenl eecoud-haa
Waeonsanu Harneses. 11 r'or sae Ti ry ciieapandaK-B
credit will be given n desired.
Als. several good Hnoces to rent.
mh6:dtf& LITTLES s KEYFS, er63 Sap t.
CCHOLARSHIPS FOR S.ALE IN
k7 th best Commercial Collt ees m the couatry. Call at
Lfli'ler Cniitin" H
IVew Citv Directory.
TN CONSEQUEXCE of the recent re-
J numbering oi tho streets of this Citv thus lenderint:
allf'-rmerDirectoiies useless the sabK ntx-rs wi'l issaf
lun.is the t mm? wintpr, or as soju a t:e nnjuWring o
the streets is complwed.) a
New and Complete Directory
Of the Names and Reside iicoa, accurdine with the new
numbering. Also. In connection, m
COMPLETE BUSINESS DIRECTORY,
Arranged alphabet ically ; besides other information per
tainunf to the public.
It is intended that this Dtre'tery shall be complete in
, i. H. 1LLISTON CO . Publishers.
nm6d2ns No. 112 Suienor Street.
"VrOXlCK IS HKRfcB JT GIVEN, that
XI on the 18th lav uf Octob-r lnsg, th Directors of ihe
St. Clair Street Pi;mk Koad Comp my filed in the CiMirt oi
Common Ples of Cuvnhoza Co..nty thir petition, the oo
i ret an-) pnycrof which peiif.ai, u to cttynee the name of
said ompau; to that ot" the 4 st. Clair Strec Gn.vel tU.&
Compsny." L. PREN'l 1S.S uy.
Cleve and. Oct 19. 1S.W. oc dim 5
RANDALL D. KlUisE Y wiU take no
uce, that on the 2d day of October, lead. I nied my
petition agamf-t him, Et Weld o, K'iia Klunry. aid
JobuM.S.er'm?, in the offire uf ti:e Clerk oi the Coutt
of Common Pleas of Cuvho.ra coukit. and ttate of Onit.;
Iheos-jtct of which petition, so form it Mutes to said Kin
ney, is to exclu.ie said Kini.ev fn m anv interest in raid
real estate (herein descnld.s kl real estate beina on Bond
street, m tbe city of Cleveland, m said connt ; i,d that he
must answer said petition on or before thp -fth dav of De
cembfr, lwa. p. PRENTISS.
Cleveland, Oct. 5, Ig'g.
R P Nop!.?. Clfrt or" -.h! rm rffiTrRwrS
WHO WILL HAVE HDI?-Want-ed
by a YOUNG MAN. a situaiion in ihe City.
He anderstands well ihe carrr i horses, and wo-"k ip eeo
erl would nt object to do chores for board, with tni
p ivilese ofROitisto schwi. H-r.nivn nnoto-ctiO!iuhi
references. Adiliess -imlustTy, Bui lib; Post Onl "
WANTED I31MEDIATELY m.
A suia.i, eonveuii-'it HOUSK. p!asaiit,y
situated within ten u.inute's walk of the p, st Ot-
fice. i'or paitii-ni!. iujuire oi" Messrs. GOH'fAM k
APLIN. Superji r street. dotII d a7 -
G1 0 OOO yOXEY AD VAN C-
KjfAVyVy V ED tnsm-toauit at the old
stand and well known WAGNER'S OFFICE or. Go!d and
waii-ufn, j.;weiry, u;amumis, Ouns. PiMoi. c."
bumuoss strictly f rivate. OihreNo. 3 Water St., cornel
Stinenorfou staira) establilipil in nn rr... a a
M.toaP. Ai. Walchessntl Jtweirv fur sale at banrain
Wivi?:.!?.f O-.n. Con-; W Br. Jlsiik.
Kill EOiD ISO.K SILL C0HP1SY.
STATE3IENT of th CONDITION
oi this Comjinuyon the first day of November, A. D.
Cash on hand and cash items, ;. ..... ..$1,417 '&
Keai estate, Lacmnery -ino Ttw.la liio.uitt U0
Due from Imlmduais and other Cwporatioiis .... 3,tJ-9
Bills Ret eivbUs 4 ja
Piglron, Scrap Ima, Old Rails, iroa in Practi-s
of New Raila &ntl W-innifur m M ii-nj-. .u. v 'fti nn
252J4 t.tus R ;iis, rc-roiled aiwl icady ioi dsJiver-. '. W5 63
i 13-1,038 4
Capithl Stock $uxmi
Bills Payable j; , $
Due otlicrs, by account I.fiH ?'
" " ' niat tt Ictil altnnt 1 iw Ml ill)
Do, orkmen, br Puj Hulls J (ui) ml $12,S57 98
Surplus wi 19
The State of Okio,
of the aiove Compny, beitis; duly sworn, savs .hit ihe
fbreeoius statemeat is correct and true, ss he venly hc
ALBERT U. S-MliH.
Subscribed by the said Albert G. Smith, in my presence,
and by mm sworn to (;efre metLrg ml day of November,
hSe- J. SCHROEDEH, N'o;ary Put iic
n(.v9 dlftt 2TS for 'nri w t, O
For Dwellings, for 25 ets.
it D. P. HOPKlSy,
38 Pnblic Square.
REMOVAL. A It. EEDDIXtt
Merchant Tailor. h:i removed his tailonisestabiish
me.ttloNo 3S Prospect St., rn Rsader's Block, wttere he
wili oe nappy 10 see nis oia mends. He ts prepared ss
nsual to make Ctothmz in tha laiesl and mimt hci.winthli
stvle. joUtatf 6
SA. eOWEKS-Merchant Tailor,
15 Bank St., under the Wed. tell, ke-ps coi:stuntlv ea
htuU a r.hoic sock of Cloth. Cassimero and Yestihga
wmch he wilt make up in the most approved style.
Mouse Furnishing Articles.
RECEIVED THIS DAY
Knameled Presemns; Kettles.
knameled Sancu Puns,
Fire iron? and Stand,
KDue Baskets, kc.
FOGG. ENSWORTH ft Tf
ocT t(Sew X.). ) teo. 255 t 2 C SnrerKr-t.
aHE 'OLD DOMINiO.N1 TEA POT.
J- J net received a supidy of the '0!d D-'minion" Tea
Pwt. Tins is a newamcie, reqnwin; onlv oab-ualf the
Tea enerally used, end a bever:e;e obtained as :uu h -npe-nortote
ordinary intnion if Tea, as theCoflfe mad ia
the "OM Dominion" Coffee Pt is superior to Cotlee made
tiia coanvoB bailer, mmi u naiiii'iiiarlv .it.ni.i li
Also, a annnlv nf the "rii.n rinj ix-i..v" trr-rw
ami of tho French Bisin. on l.aLd, at
THE TESTIMONY OF THE Kocks.
To Lime Burners, Masons, Builder. Cant:ilns, aud
others who may wish ior the linesi quahiy Of purs, cruv.
An experience oilwentv-iii vesra in thi hiinM w-v
me in pUdgiut; mvself to sell Lime Si one nf the best
QUailtV. cheaoer. hva nuarter nf a Artl ly.r iMr mrtl ti.
ha obtained elsewhere, and Mk stone of an? dimen
sions, rooph or cok, propnrtiMnately In addition lent the
aboard vessels at the rate of 30itons daily 1 have a
wharf with 12 ftret walt-r, and a buov to hiinl fit bv
Wharf hail mile above (orwest) of the Marble ifead
June a, '6-jnnfl:dom 207 ALEX. CLEMONS.
D. FISHER, NOTAKY PUBLIC
JOF C yahoga connty.ard LAND and GK.NKR4L
AGENT, attends to all Notarial huinf-s ; nesofates
Loans: sel s ud exchanges City snd Conativ Real Esti.re,
Western Lanii. Stc : Collect Kifi .i-h inr,v mr.ni.
Title; drws Deeds Mortea?e3, Leases, ac Re
member the Office, No. 2 Superior street, m O. Cutter s .
time;, over iviunev H:irdware Store. sodI d 20
HITED STATES AMD FOREIGN.
PATENT OFFICE AGENCY, OP
posit e Weddell House, BanV street, Cleveland. Oh
CLEVELAND SACK FACTO ST.
J. II. Drew & Co.,
MANTIS' ACTCBERS- OF
Flour, Buckwheat and Graia
Ameilcn Buildings, Cleveland, Ohio.
BAGS ALWAYS ON HAND AT LOW
EST CASH PRICKS.
H. D st Co..ar.nrDaredtoId.liver from IS rn qnnrA
a. par week. apac.JSwssU