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Lr yeaTaad ONK DOLLAR for an mouths Thai also
ner the loUowin, inducemeoui to cluba:
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All toon, address. Five .-eat. extra will be chart, d on
ai I. coo, to clubs, where the nam ot the suoscribor is
m ilea on it. An eitra cop? allowed to the celtw lu. of
he C lui for his u-oubla.
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rPersons forwardint orders for stibecriptioa. without
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ri EO. S. CLAPP-ATTORiNEi AI
VXlAW and NOTARY PUBLIC. Office overMrBndo,
rin. Ctnr-aa n'H Oh:D
I? ROOKS, BOARD MAN & FORD
JJ ATTORNEYS AT UW.
ot Superior St., CieTelDd, Ohio.
At water Buikhn?s, loot
D W. BJa-OuKS,
BOARDS AS- L.W. FOt"
YITTLLIAMSON & RIDDLE,
W TORNEYS AT LAW.
Office No. 80, Soperior-st
A. O. KIDDLE.
Vynev and Counselor at Law-Offlca 21 SupertT .. ov.r
JALMER & AUSTIN, ATTORN ES
A AT LAW, Office over Commercial Bant .
A SPER, J. F ATTORN E k' AT LAW,
A. Warr.u i rumbull County, Oui.. OffioNaM-.
LOSS OF TEETH. A new and ele
mt lW0tlil connected with Dental Sundry
ha. Jeinvcnled. It is the pr , J.iction of sn entirely ne.
diS SS Art ficial TwthT They so per fee. y rescnih .
nature as to escape dotecllun. Personsrequ rros Ar1-'
Teeth a so those weimiis them, are invited locaU ex
in."" this beautiful method. They sre tree from an gal
vamr acti-ra, perfectly inert, aud always !"
tV A Fo lfct, f r Ten Dollar, and upwards
Children's Teeth regulated dunnt th. nrst and sw-
"a'SKi MeUiod of Curies Tooth Acne, snd Decayed
"jV C1,utcl"'1'S STu.h S,d. Public Sanar
DR. B. F. ROBINSON HAS RE
..t In. Dental Office to his refctderce. No
WoodfonJ dnfr. North th. M K. Church, where he
W,nbfhkptoe..lloi l,15;ormer patrons, or auyoth
tnirkaaiT need his services.
-,elnd. Mirh ?l. l" mhril'ltf
Dentistry. Flour & Feed.
IAGTN'S EP1CURIAN Mills Flour,
I lavmcib!. with the M" -f 'C0.
WHITE ROSE MILLS, Dj MeEittmFL0CB
CLEVELAND CITY M1IM. puBB
MALVERN MILLS, Double Estra FLOUR.
At Wholesale and Retail, and de i.ered in any part of
the city tree, o, M pEBKY k cq
IJ,,, 116 ' 118 S 'ucnor Street.
gQQ BBLS. EXTRA JJLiUUXV,
200 BBLS. SUPERFINE FLOUR,
100 BBLS. FINE FLOUR.
10 TONS BUCKWHEAT,
For a or a- pi. rr-o. -
LIZ - -rrVTTT, ., . m'i'iT i ilTU
TTULLED BUCKVUJ!.ax u-uuui.
JlOAT MEAL at PERRY It CO -8
A. M. PERRY & CO.,
WHOLESALE ASB EETilL
TIaOVK &E1 X. JEJKS,
No. 118 & 11 Superior Street,
HAVE now in Store, 1,000 Barrels
and llssrs Double Extra, Extra, and Supemne
Which is for sale at tlte lowest market rates.
ry We shall dallv be reecivms Flour from th. South
anTfTom Nnriliern kIHIs. and can and will nisae it an
olrjert for purchasers to da-A with us.
AU Floor sold by us will proTe 3 we rep
rvt fi.i. . ocaodkw
17 170 I f R . 300 barrels Fredericks-
X hu,8h Flour-Sac. tf.H.nw Meiw
ffciTAR MILLS" FLOUR. A fresh
lot ol this Mil. s o mDie-eiira tvfrr
T2S Mr Jit
YE FLOUR. Just received, a nice
k of Ry. Flow tor an.., av
No. 70 Merwin treet.
-T- t. ir wp.TT7 WHOLESALE
J. an.1 Reunpealer, .Flour .Feed and Grain Rr.
:s ",'ahort iss VuV..;rrwi t.
the civ iro. ol chare.. No. 4i Ontario str
Dentistry. Flour & Feed. Stoves, &c.
rjtoTen, KnimcUa r.intes, aud House f ur-
Tr L. MARVIN, 42 Public Square,
T nesrlr opposite tnetMuuui.i"'"-, ,
East snd mule theTssost desirable selection ol GooJs, at
Ito sastM oricea ha" just received the larsest varieu of
SrpSDMB . Hsll and Store STOVES
HOYSB KLRN1SK1NG GOODS inthemarlet He
aa.1 tt u i r. ' . ri t-eiMcoastan lvoohaad the
newest ivies' S EN VmELED GRATES, of
?, Jrr.r' ti.. with other new and approved vles of
STfl from the most celebrated Cleveland a.iul.c
eoSititules such an assortment that be ran suit
lr,:,.;,.,. . n.scustmers. and ihe -rest olnsanind in
evsraL . .. t-tw it I 'I
eomnn.-ed of the tiu.h 01 the above, ard we will
Mil von. a- wholesale and retail, at prices to sun me times,
and lower than can be purcnaseo W"WL"'AHVIN(
42 South Side Public Sanare, nearly opposite the old
(JULLIVAN'S JUSTLx Celebrated
r.T rht. fr s-i. cheap, at woolesal. or
J it .ii be W L M ARVIN, No. tl Public souare.
Hit Nearly nooWe the old Court Hons.
Star of the Jmorth.
The best Gas Cn-u.aiB Stove la the
mtiTj : mr.it wonderfal STOVE
I Tat his ever been male, and the only one that can
keeo iroim-trom. coBt'.T.ot of oases, therebvj pro
SZ niamV.rcmaraa-.ie flsme irom ATB-'aci rECoak.
He the oaculiar arransemeat of the apparatus, the oxteeo
ef the almSpheric ..Tl. distnlrateu equally . Ver lh whole
TaAac. of ?h. nre-pot in such a manner that each )et or
SsmBurn" ironTTbe couk.1 jfor.. pbxto and .u
namber. shall meet in the center of the throat, nv mj no
chiocVforthe G.ses to esca;-e. unless nuofled jph the
ivieS. which produces a continuous flame, and thereby a
larre increaM of heat This comtanstion make,
Soaoiriral beatinc Stove m the World, fry .
" Thtl F prosocei front the-OaB makes one of tlje
most cheertcl Flats that cm be imaetned, and aU from
ATl"reC,c!atbeikept up th,onSh the whole aeason,
wiiu verj 1.... mfci- hvthe oublic. and the man-
nfaciurers are sustained in all they have ever claimed for
Fotaaie by the rabscribers. the only authorixed Arrnta.
JOHN 1NGERSOLL k CO.,
Dealers in Stoves, ax., 132 superior street
NEW WALL PAPER!
Ten Cases Low Priced
At No. 183 Superior Street
Paper Hangers. Burning Fluid.
VTOTICE EXCFXSIOR BRECK
11 rviiinr.n toal AV (Par Rnw ori-S Tb
uiwlersiae! wuaidsiT to thuaewho deal ia roal anil carbon
bira to furnish fit who bur Lunpatrf him, with as (ooa
aa article oi
COAL AKD CISBON OILS.
. ..... ,. iMnnfietnrei m h . onntr r hi ihe btirrel or
irallon Fluid. Coal, ( arbor. and Keresiiie LAMPS tor
. ,le at wholesale at ew rorx-incea treirnt aooeo. n
Ontario St. sl st- LA
nAMPHENE, CiRBON & COAL
V Oil At
k. LAW'S LAMP ST. RE. SO Ontario St.
BewaiaixeaawmmentofLans. M bar cent cbavapss;
(jsaa caa a. hasisisewuf,-..
E. Cowles & Co., Publishers
CLEVELAND, WEDNESDAY MORNING,
Offiee No. 144 Superior Street
- 1 tTlilS
DECEMBER 1, 1858.
J 1 Shllllnit aer week te III? Si baerikt ra
) File Uollara per year is, lall u'eerilrr
COAL. OIL LAMPS.
CO AL. Oil.. TMs Oil is entirely free from odor,
and w'llLotrnin the Beloson and Silvick Oil Lamps. It
si he hert artiele mjnulaclured in the country ?'
at No. ( Opt.no street. now K law
CiTi;i STATKS AND KOKKIUN-
PATENT OFFICE AGENCY, OP
posite WedJ.ll Hoc-e. Kant street, Cleveland. Oh
w H.Buaainot tn.vC-l.W1 JEHB bsaishII
T-DTFISHER, NOTARY PUBLIC
l . for C yah a count)', ai.d LAND and GKNKKAL
ACKNT, attends to all Nitarnl business: neeo 'nt-s
I oaus; rei.s nd eirbaiuies C.ly snd Coonlrv Real Ltate,
Wesi.rn Lanes ac : t onecis items n
(ate Titles; iT.ws Deeds Morteases. Leases
member the Office. No. 2 Superior vtrett, in O. Cutters
tt.ii . mr over Mnrtet s llarownre niii.
THE OLD DOillSIOX COFFEE POT
Hsa liecome a household word.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Mak. s a 1 evera;e Jelicic.ua is 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
Gives a healthy bevarage.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Is a friend lo Dyspeptics.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Makes husbands happy.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Makes wires Kooi-naturod.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Is the cook's delight,
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Send! smile, to tha brra'tfast table.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Prevents matrimonial discords.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Gives th. Arabian berry in perfection.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Is based upon science and common sense.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
la used by all good house-keepers.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT,
pints, 2 quarts, 3 quarts, 4 quarts, ana t, quarts, is ,01
FOGO, ENSWORTH k CO.,
nov!5 35 anil gt snnenor t
CMna, Crockery, Glas Ware,
Jlouse Furnishing Articles.
haviiuc united theirtwo es
tablishments, and now oc
cnpjros TWO oTOULS .1
Seneca & Superior
Would respectfully invite
H.'Usclteeoers, anu -hose
uhout voi.rto .4otisekeep-
ins:, aa well aa at ranters visitine Clevlar.d. to call and ex
amine their imn.ense slues, oi the shot, named Goods,
which comprises the
Largest and Richest Stock of China west of
New York City.
We have on hard a complete assortment of
WIIITH IIiUiN -SiOMa VVAKK,
Of tin ii r y- ' vwirra..! ed not to craca or tarn ye now
from hot water, anu lor sate iu
Diuner, Tea, and Breakfast Sets,
Or by the iiucle picP, nu low an ran be biDrlit iu the city.
We have also iweniy-nvc uiweieu. bnwnuw
roaiDrisro-majiy new and Terr n.-h S?t&; ami we U-p as
wrell that we can flmt, IN MYl-E ANU FKK K, the
most fastidious admirers oi num. aim, an
ajsd a vaaiErT or
nnrsE FTKSISHIXO ARTICLES,
RRITANMA. ALBATA t SILVER PI-ATED WAKm
ZINC AND TIN CHAMBER SKIS;
TEA-TRAYS. WAITERS, FILTERS, tt.,t.
Our Stock Compnsoj every variety of
Chandeliers, Brackets. Drop Lights, Paper and
Glass Shades, Lighters, IC
. 1. .... a n. Virinrti and for Filtinr up Houses with
Ois Pipes. in tke Cm ucin to. ueiguboring lo.us pronill
attenlento. . . rcu rsctr
- f Kl l r.3 vr.ns " -
lj,t-!sr ir-mllr packed and delivered at the Depots Free
FOGG, ESSWORTH & CO-,
Wne.. S3S. 235 237 Superior street,
Corner nf Seneci. ri.KTtusu.
And Gas Fixtures,
For the Fall Trade, is now open, and will be so;d
At Prices that Defy Competition.
FOGG, ENSWORTH & CO.
R11L ROAD 1K0. BILL COMMM.
STATEMENT of the CODITION
th. first day of November, A.
Cash on hand and cash items..
DoTfrom Individuals and other CoVporatiuns
P lion. Scrap Iron, Old Rails, Iron in Process
nf New Rails and Manufacturing Materials. . 3 al
252itisRs, re-rolled an.1 read. fo. delivery. 6flTS
C.ptt.1 Stock. f-' jj"
Bills Payable 'liS",
Dw others, byiwmt -- ........ .-. 1
Due V orkniea, by Pay Rolls 7 Ul SlSKJS
forecotng siatemeat is correct mn'A!J.'RT O
Fubscribed bv tbe said Albert G. Sm:th. ia my presonce,
..riooTswom to before me th shth d.y of November.
SCHHOEDEK, -Notary ruuue
.. fort-nrahoer. Co . O
For Dwellings, for 25 cts.
At H. P. E0PKI5S',
. 39 Public Sqnarc.
IV Merchant Tailor, has removed his tailoring estabhsh--S-w
M?IcniroLJ.-.,.. c. ;n Reader's Block, where
Z.V bS taooy to i ld f"li. . He is prea,r, u
usual iakYclothing in the lata! audmostnable
POWERS Merchant Tailor,
P i'chole rsCc.7rrr
iScll 'hS mil 'make It.. approved style.
mnn trruTIUflXV f W THK Rnrtks
I I m j 1B011J11W.' - , .
1 To Lima Burners. Masons. Btnldere,Csptalns,aud
.tTVoT.ir.who may wish for tin finest qnality ol pure.
An pe"ice tsroitT; vest, in this bu .- wjr-
Srcbesw bJ barter of a dollar per cord than
,a?l'irr..iS ;teihere.and block stone of any dtmen
ffihf whW fet water, and a buov to haul oil hv
wharf with '"".., ..,,. M,rt,l Head
Whan halt a mi.. - '
H,?s!Lion dfim M7 ALEX. Ct.EMONS
CLETELASD SACK FACTORY.
J. IT. Drew & Co.,
rlmir. Rnckwheat and Grain
American BnHdings, Cleveland, Ohio.
SEAMLESS BAGS LWA YS O V HAND AT LOW
EST CASH PRICES.
J.H.D kCo.,ar.prcpiredtoyeUverfrotnl5 to
pRENCH CALICO BORDERING
-a. -cn rattem. . r.ncn i'ffififfu c0
CITY & NEWS ITEMS
WEDNESDAY MORMNHs DEC It 1S5S.
Tns Lake Street Mystery. The mTsterious
death of Mrs. Eosanna Ready on Lake street last
Friday, which has been before the Coroner's jury
for two days is exciting much Interest and being
discussed freely. From J.Dufley. Esq., who has had
opportunities to be well acquainted with all the
circumstances, we obtain the following recapitula
tion of tbe facts op to the time of calling the Coro
ner's Jary. Mr. Duffey was told, on Saturday that
woman had died in bis neighborhood on Lake
street, having had in her possession a considerable
sum of money. Going to the family with whom
she was stopping when she died, he was told that
she had been taken away to be buried by Mr. How-
land, Undertaker, lie then proceeded to Mr.
Rowland's and made inquiries in regard to the
body, and was tild by Joseph Kennelly, a teamster
for Mr. H. that the body had been interred in
Woodland Cemetery. Mr. Duffey then went in
arch of Coroner Hartmaun lo institute an invest
igation. Not Bulling the Coroner uere turned to nis
side and, seeing Dr. Storey .requested him to see that
tbe Doctors at tbe College should not procure the
body for medical purposes. He then proceeded, at
she suggestion of Dr. Story, to the Cemetery,
to request the Sexton to watch the grave. He was
here told that no interment had taken place for two
days. Returning to Mr. Howlands, Mr. Duffey told
Kennelly that the body had not gone to the Cem-
etry, and that he must have it before the Coroner
the nxt morning or he would get into trouble.
The man replied, " It will be all right sir." There
are now several contradictory statements to be rec
onciled. On coming to Mr. Howland's in Ihe
morning (Sunday,) Mr. Duffey was told the body
was buried early that morning. The Sexton says
was not taken there until one 0 clock in the
afternoon. Kennelly in his testimony says war,
when he in company with Mr. Howland took
the body from Mrs. Baldwin's, it was dressed in a
dark blue dress ; that they put it into a box and
took it to Mr. Howland's barn where it was locked
np for the night ; that be is in the habit ol sleeping
in the barn, but that night he went home and
stayed with his wife ; that when he came back,
early in the morning, he found the door of the
barn open, the lid of the box slightly raised, and
;ie body within, entirely naked ; tbat be put a
cloth about it, nailed up the box, and took it to the
Cemetery accompanied by Mr. Howland.
Kenntly's wife nnd her sister testify that he is
at home almost every night, and is not in the habit
of sleeping in Mr. Howland's bam.
The Sexton testifies tbat when the body was
bronght to bo buried, he looked into the box and
tbe body was naked, there being no dress or cloth
The questions now arise, where was the body on
Saturday night ? Who stripped the body? How
the intruders obtained an entrance into the barn.
the doors being fastened on the inside ' Where are
now the clothes which belonged to the body ? and
where ia the ffoney which, it has been testified,
was sewed into the dress .'
From the testimony elicited and from all cir
cumstances known, it seems probable to us that
the money was take from the woman's dress be
fore she was taken away. The inquest will be re
sumed this morning.
Yon Ron no Risk in Lottesy' Because
you are ture to lose all you put dtnm! And you
run no risk in paying Dodge 83,00 fur a Cosmopol
itan ticket, because yon are ture to receive a $10,
00 engraving and a $3,00 magazine, and yon have
a chance vcilh the rest of drawing Fe, Fi, Fo, Fum,
or some other of the four hundred varieties of splen
did paintings and statuary.
Alf. Bcexett. This comic and effective de
lineator of character will appear this evening at
the Melodeon. His fame has gone abroad through
out the land, and from Dan to Beersheba his com
ing is the precursor of good fun and good enter
ta'mment. AU the dignitaries of the land from
President Buchanan and Caleb Cnshing np to the
needy clerks, have stood, like exclamation points,
denoting wonder or surprise, at his representa
tions, and in foreign lands the chief worthies from
the Czar of Russia to the man dresser for the King
of New Zealand have rejoiced at his appearance
So we, inhabitants of the goodly city of Cleve
land will go to the Melodeon to-niht with great
gladness aud twenty five cents, to bear and see
for ourselves. A word to onr readers is sumcienL
tgyHavE Tor SeesThem? SrcH a constant
vuTF.a teasing sosH to No. 5, EccLin St., to
EXAMINE THOSE SCPEEB PAINTING3, WAS NEVEK
BEFORE SEEN IS THIS CITY.
Captain Jones of the Bbio Concoeh Shot
by a United States Marshal. Our readers
have been informed of the collision of the brig
Concord owned by H. N. Gates of this city, and
the propeller General Taylor, on Lake Superior,
several weeks since. Captain Jones of tue ton
cord was desirous of bringing his cargo to this
place, and having his vessel here repaired, but the
propeller having gone to Detroit, an attachment
was issued against tbe brig, and put into tbe bands
of the United States Marshal. This official) and
his posse kept watch for the Concord to prevent
her passing Detroit Captain Jones iett Detroit
for Port Sarnia where his vessel was lying last
Satunlai'. The Marshal and his gang started tor
the same place, determined to stop the passage of
the vessel at all hazards. The telegraph informs
us that Captain Jones having reached his vessel,
was shot on her deck by the band under the Mar
shal's direction. His body was taken to the rest
denee of his family a few miles back of Detroit.
This account was received by mail and telegraph
on Monday. No further news was .received yes
terday. Much anxiety is felt to hear more particu
lars of the murder. Captiin Jones was a quiet,
moderate man, giving no cause for quarrel, and
being a perfect gentleman with his crew as he was
in private life. Moreover, his vessel was in British
waters where a U. S. official bad no authority to
act. From present appearances, it was a most un
called for and dastardly murder. Further particu
lars will doubtless be received to day.
ryFirTY Thousand Dollars
four hundred of the most magnificent paintings and
statuary ever seen in America are to be given away
on the first of January, 1859, to the subscribers
the Cosmopolitan Art Journal.
gy Those beautiful Sphereotype Likenesses
are taken at Bisbee's Gallery in Marble Block,
ty Bonner, of the N. Y. Ledger, has paid $3,00
,or a ticket in the Cosmopolitan Art Association.
Tnebig pniesnowever, win De urawn iu mm imj
fF E. Kuffini is manufacturing the finest assort
ment of Furs ever offered for sale in Cleveland.
He has worked in many of the first and most ex
tensive establishments in Europe, and he can sell
any article of Furs made for Ladies or Gentlemen
use at less than two thirds what dealers do who
buy in New York. Call and see if this is not so.
Superior Street, three doors above Bank.
Guitar. J. H. Thomas, Teaoherof the Guit
ar. Rooms at No. 3 Euclid street. Terms
Fifty cenU per lessen.
From the Springfield Republican.
We have been without a pastor
Some eighteen months or more,
And thougb candidates are plenty
We've had at least a score ;
All of them "tip top" preachers,
Or so their letters ran
We're just as far as ever
From settling on the man.
The first who came among us
By no means wa the worst.
But then we didn't think of him
Because he was the first ;
It being quite the custom
To sacrifice a ftw.
Before the church iu earnest
Determines what to do.
There was a smart young fellow
With serious, earnest way,
Who, but for one great blunder,
Had surely won the day ;
Who left so good impression,
On Monday one or two
Went round among the people
To see if he would do.
Tbe pious, godly portion
Had not a fault to find.
His clear and searching preaching
They thought tke very kind ;
And all went smooth and pleasant.
Until they heard the views
Of some influential sinners
Who rent the highest pews.
On these his pungent dealing
Made but a sorry hit ;
The coat of gospe' -teaching
Was quite too tight a fit.
Of course his fate was settled
Attend, ye parsons all !
And preach to please the sinners
If you would get a call.
Next came a spruce yonng dandy,
He wore his hair too long ;
Another's coat was shabby.
And his voice not orer strong ;
And one New Haven student
Was worse than all of tho.e
We couldn't hear the sermon
For thinking of his nose !
Then wearying of candidates.
We looked the country through,
'Mid doctors and professors.
To find one that wonld do;
And after much discussion,
On who should bear the ark,
With tolerable agreement,
We fixed on Dr. Parke.
Here then we thought it settled,
But were amazed to find
Our flattering invitation
We turned lo Dr. Hopkins,
To help us in the lurch,
Who strangely thought that college
Had claims above "our church."
Next we despatched committees
By twos and threes, to urge
The labors for a Sabbath
Of the Rev. Shallow Splurge.
He came a marked sensation,
So wonderful his style,
Followed the creaking of his boots,
As he passed up the aisle.
His tones were so affecting.
His ge-tures so divine,
A lady fainted in the hymn,
Before the second line,
And on that day he gave ns,
In accents clear and loud.
The greatest prayer ever addressed
To an enlightened crowd.
He preached a double sermon, '
Aud gave ns angels' food.
On such a lovely topic
"The joys of solitude ;"
All full of sweet descriptions
Of flowers and pearly Btreams,
Of warbling birds, and moonlit groves,
And golden snnset beams.
Of faith and true repentance,
He nothing had to say ;
He rounded all the corners,
And smoothed the rugged way;
Mauaged with great adroitness
To entertain and please,
And leave the sinner's conscience
Completely at its ease.
Six hundred is the salary.
We gave in former day ;
We thought it very liberal,
And found it hard to raise ;
But when we took the paper,
We had no need to urge.
To raise a cool two thousand.
For the Rev. Shallow Splurge.
In vain were all the efforts
We had no chance at all
We found ten city churches
Had given him a call ;
And he, in prayerful waiting,
Was keeping all in tow ;
But where they bid the highest,
Twas whispered he would go.
And now, good Christian brothers,
We ask your earned prayers,
That God would send a shepherd.
To gnide our church affairs.
With this clear understanding,
A man, to meet our views.
Must preach to please the sinners.
And fill the vacant pews.
Written for the Cleveland Leader.
THE SECRET OF HAPPINESS.
BY ANNA L. H. C.
" And with snch souls as msve them tru'y kings.
Hare from Pude's pathwsy d trod to turn aside."
"O Girls! Is'nt it funny just the funniest
thing of the times '" said little Jennie Lee
she came hastily into her sister's sitting room.
"I say, ain't it funny!" and throwing off her
hat, gave her head a toss that dangled a pro
fusion of golden ringlets into her face.
"What is it yon are taken with so euddenhJ
now?" said Mrs. Greene without lifting her
from her work, not at all surprised that her
laughing sprite of a sister had found something
"Why the gossip of the town that
Weston is to be married !"
"I see nothing very funny.in that. We ex
pect to hear that some day of every young
lady possessed of as many attractions as Miss
Weston. But who is she to be married to?"
"That ia the fun of it. To think that Squire
Weston's daughter should marry a country fel
low, and a farmer's son, too ! I should expect
that in six months I should be transformed into
a fair specimen of a rustic country woman."
"Well, I am surprised to hear that She
will certainly lose her position in society
can I see what happiness she can anticipate
following the dull round of duties belonLnng
a farmer's wife. Where did she form his ac
acquaintance? Do you know?"
"I suppose it was in the neighborhood where
she is teaching."
"Where she is teaching ! You do not
that Alice Weston is teaching do yon!"
"Yes Clara told me she had taken a very
romantic notion of making herself useful."
"Well tbat is too much. I do not think
should banish myself from fashionable aoeietv.
and art the pleasures of city life for the sake
being useful. 1 care too mucn lor my own
happiness. And now, to marry a farmer's
son. I should look a little to respectability,"
and Mrs. Greene dropped her work forgetting
iu urgency in her earnest anxiety for Miss
"Even if she could be happy in her own
home to think of losing caste" responded
third lady who until now had been absorbed
a late Magazine. "It ever seemed to ma that
lady in marrying chose her position for life
and that it was all important that she should
choose one at least equal it" not higher than the
one she occupies "
"Oh, perhaps it will be a Lit of romance in
her life,"' chimed the merry-hearted Jennie.
"It would lie anything but romance to me
to step down to a lower rank; she certainly
cannot hope to rise again !" said Miss Willis
with earnestness, while an expression of scorn
lightly cnrled her proud lip.
The three as they sat there enjoying thus
their morning chit chat, formed a group not al
Mrs. Greene, a lady scarce yet attained to
the prime of life, showed, as she sat in her
easy chair with a rich piece of the half-finished
embroidery in her lap a countenance beaming
with light and smiles but in which an accus
tomed eye might trace a shade of discontent.
bhe had married some five years previous with
a pure girlish affection her heart beating
wilJly with its heavy laden sweets of antici
pated happiness. But she had found her
youthful delights in society she had been
taught to look to gay, fashionable society, as the
source of enjoyment, but she had found that
wealth and fashion could not charm away the
trials and sorrows of life. No wonder she
trembled for the future happiness of Alice
Weston, fur she felt that if in her position hap
piness could not be found, how pitialbe must
be the lot of those whose portion is daily labor.
Oh, she little dreamed that she had mistaken
pleasure for happiness little dreamed that
while the source of pleasure fails often, the
fount of happiness springing within the human
heart, pours forth its sweet waters, clear and
sparkling, and more free as life's trials unfold
to us the sealed secrets of the heart.
The sister the gay young being on whose
head some seventeen summers had shed their
wealth of golden light eo artless, guileless did
she look in her simple white morning dress, one
would feel as they gazed upon her that there
was the pure beauty of the half-blown rose.
Miss Willis, in the expression of her dark
eye, in her classic outline of feature, and her
dignified demeanour, told plainly that she as
pired to rank and position high in the world's
acceptation. For this she had acquired graces
and accomplishments, the highest to be attained.
Musical talent of high order and fully cultivat
ed lent its mystic charm, and the meed of
praise due to artistic skill had fallen in delicious
tones upon her ear.
She seemed one who possessed intuitively
the knowledge that it is the nature of mind to
rise ever onward, ever upward is its natural
tendency, surely as the bumble plant looks and
starts and grows npward toward the light of
heaven. But the light toward which her mind
turned was not that pure light, ennobling and
purifying in its influence, but 'twas the bor
rowed light of fame and honor, enfeebling, pois
oning to the very soul. Fain would we see re
moved the false colors of life which they have
so brilliantly painted; fain see the veil lifted,
and the inner life ot the heart revealed to them.
But could we turn in this same hour to the
one who thus forms their theme, we would find
in strange comparison to the staid dignity of
Miss Willis, the meek, calm dignityof true
womanhood pictured in the countenance ot
Miss Weston, as she gathers around her her
little group ot scholars. Truly, as each little
leaf and timid flower turns in all their tender
ness to the light of the morning sun tor strength
and beauty, so does each iniant mind, placed
unuer ner care, lurn to tne sunlight ol Iter
presence, to grow and expand by her aid. and
as the gentle dew is exhaled from the flowers,
so the uew of affection arises from their hearts
to gladden hers, and soothe the heat and bur
den of care.
cnowiy genuy Evening threw her curtain
athwart the heavens, closino- closclv to the
horizon which so lately shone in all the splen
dor of the setting sun. Faintly fitfully stole
the tt-irry rays throutrh the thin atmosohere
for a time, then came boldly, carrying to the
eye the full form of the distant orbs; the half
furined nioon stole forth in tbe mid -heavens
casting a pale light on the scenes of earth, deep
ening, lengthening tlie shadows of the princely
trees that are the pride of "The Forest City."
'Tis night in the city ! the din and turmoil
of business is sinking to a hummino monoto
nous tone; tbe busy cares are subsiding.while the
merry laugh and sounds of mnsic te I where are
the votaries ot pleasure. Brilliant lights are
beaming and revelry and wild delight are found
iu tue nans oi weaitn and laslnons !
"Come sister, will vou not p-o to the nartw to
night ? It will be a brilliant one, and vou wonld
make a bright star there !" said Clara Weston,as
she dashed gaily into the room where sat her sis
ter Alice in pensive silence. Her beautiful dress
of varying hues contrasted strangely with the
simple muslin that graced the form of Alice.
"Come, we'll wait though we are all ready."
"Go, and be happy without me." said Alice
"it may seem strange tbat I prefer the quiet of
my own room go :
"You are sucn a strange being, to always
love quiet ; but I prefer the 'enTendor of so
ciety," and the light form with its weight of
suits was gone : Alice watched her sister as
she tripped gaily down the stDS with her lover.
and wonnd her way through the shadows of
me stately elms and maples that graced her
"Yes, they think I am a strange being, that
remark has become familiar to my ears, but
oh, they know not how tasteless are the plea
sures of that life where all is false, where peo
ple only seem to be " The higher pleasures
inougnt and renection, ol converse with supe
rior minds, they have not yet learned. Thank
ful am I, not that my poor mother was an in
valid, but tbat my duty in earing for her kept
me once from such pleasures, that I was forced
to find enjoyment in my own home. I know
am happier now, and oh, I trust it has helped
to prepare me for the future of life. The fu
ture so full of interest, of duty, of responsibili
ty," and Alice dropped her head on the case
ment ! Vo, sue asked not that it should be all
bright to her, but she asked to be able to make
it all bright to a mother. A tear dimmed that
eye, a prayer arose lrom that heart, as she sat,
lone and silently ner eves restin? on the scene
without, tho' they saw only scenes revealed by
the dim light ol luture years.
[Concluded to-morrow.] Dry Goods.
ELEGANT IRISH POPLINS, IN
Plain aud PlaaL.,
MCH DKESS SILKS.
ALL WO 1L DELAINTS.
PRINTED MKKISOS. t
Received lately by Fxpvrfs
U. D KENDALL dc CO.,
aepZJ 347 llnrmer'v T-Bl S.in.rmrSt.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
II. D. KEADALL, & CO.
Offer their enure stock of seasonable
At prices that will insure their sale.
TRAVET.IVG DRESS GOODS.
At leas tLan cost of taTwrtatlmi .
As low as can be boneht irt th city splendid assortment
Memmac and ("Chi-o PRI .NTS, at H cents per yard.
French do at oae ishtlluis per yard.
Attention is invited to
On Chap Tables,
rery desirable Goods, at less than half their met.
We vri5h ft distinctly understood we are NOT TO BR
UNDERSOLD. Onr stork is ranre and varied, awl wo
confidently Lifer it lbriusuectitw.
jul H. D KENDALL k CO.
fOENTLEMEN'S WRAPPERS. -
VJI Fattera Wrappers and Materials fur Wrappers, just
fins Printed Flannel,
Printed Merinos uud Delaines,
Uni'D Cashmere and Delaines,
Printed Oil Calicos.
Tar key Robe Tabby Velvets.
Elennt designs of toe above, cut or mule to order, or
QovjgT E I BALDWIN fc CO.
"DLACK ZEPHXR WORSTED A
Xnew arm-l-at haUSMAHM.B
Hats, Caps & Furs.
FULLER & CO.,
JVo. S3 Wafer Sfreef,
Invito the attention of the public to their
JL JIB WES' FURS
Which is superior to any ever offered in this
By the Bale;
FULLER & CO .
fW 25 Water Street.
L. Benedict & Sons,f?
201 Superior St.,
OFFER to the eitizens of Cleveland
and vicinitv ttieir LARliF. and FASHIONABLE
JCK UK ALL AD WiA tan WOODS among
icii are toe latest styles of
SILK, CASSISEKE AND SOFT HATS;
CAPS, of the latest and most approved atylea, fur Hen.
Boy a and lulanU; aito,
CHILDREN'S FANCY HATS,
And a most maguinceut assortment of
Ladies' and Children's Fancy Furs,
Received within a few days, consisting of
Large full Capes,
Made by the best Manufacturers, and of all the c liferent
aiuos of P mm worn in this country ;
SfflX'S DOWN A.'D TRISllSB fib,
Iu frreat abaotlat.ee ;
GENTS' AND BOYS' FUR,
And other kinds oi GAUNTLETS,
BUFFALO AXD FANCY
Iu large qmntitios.
Our stock is equal, if not superior, to any ever
offered in Northern Ohio, ant
Will be Sold at Prices to Suit the Times,
And Purses of all.
COME AND EXAMINE OUR GOODS, AT
No. 201 Superior Strert,
L- BXBICX & HOliS
A RE OPENING A LARGE AND
1L VALUABLE STOCK OK
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S FURS.
Ladicaare invited to call aud namine them before matin?
tucir piucuases, at I New fto. ) jot Superior at.
FLRS, BUFFALO KOBtis, kc.
IV. Dockstatler & Co.,
(Old No. 19 ) i
ICPEniOR STREET, New No. Ill,
A RE NOW IN RECEIPT of their
1L full stock of
Ladies' and Misses' Fnrs,
Of the latest and rirhest sty1;, of every Taxiety inauu
taetured express I v lor us. by the best uianufiauiureia in
Mantelets, Mantillas, Capes, Culls fc Sufis.
A ereat variety of Mtve1 Fan. of all kitrft; Ladies' Fur
Muts au.i Glove. Uvtmtvws and Fot Mala.
Also Cloth, For. Flush Suit, G.-zcl. and every new
taticij ui ubulo , luuaK- men's, auu fnn 'ren'j
HATS AND CAPS
Flush and Far Mnltlers; Gloves and Milts, of For Cloth
and Buck a ia, of ail the stylea in market.
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, Canes, tc.
500 Buffalo Robes,
Bv the bale or sm;le. tnsether with line FANCY BORES
Alt of winch will be old as low us cm be po;caaaeU at
anv boose in the citv.
rjjy" An tzamiuatioa of our stock
if -pre. frilly so
or28 d-Jti 7!S
HATS AND C APS. An
endless variety lor Men arid Bv. De- yt
i fable styles for Fall and Wrnter just
tr d. BliriV, 25 Superior streei
No. 123 Superior Street.
(Old No. 25.)
IA3I now in receipt of my extensive
and well select. 1 stock oi
Hats, Caps, Furs, Fall & Winter Gloves, ic.
The a'tention of the Ladies U r spectfolly invited to mj
fine stock of DKESS FUKS. GLOVES. MlTTN, -fc-c,
which have been seleriel with treat care Hum the must
approve! styles audmstenils. Mv FL'R KOOil. I intend,
d urine the annrr-Mcliifte; wiiwn, shall c .ni"iu one of the
finest xssort nieui h evr ollered in this ciy.audut prices
tuiusually low. My aj.R.m'iif i:f
HATS AND CAPS
Cannot be unnw-d. erenailf in the vanons trades of
SO El' FELT HATS, wuicu have bow become sucli utu-exa-il
IS GREAT TAJtlETT.
Trunks- Valises, Bags and C mbrsllas
Constantly on hand, dinct frm manufactories Hf Re
member the place. J B. BUTTS,
oc2J f New No ) 123 SuneTMrSt.
E. STAIR & CO.
No. 103 Snprrlor S
(IMew romh-r )
Have received a Mazuiuoent Stock of
BUFFALO ROBES, GLOVES,&c
The attention of Ladies is particularly called lo our
supeno assortment of
LADIES' FANCY FURS,
Purrhast-d thta season tlnnne the rreat det-rewhtm of the
Foi market of the most celebrated East urn Minn r act ur
em, at prices unrRBCEifcjtTLY Lw Ouraxsonmeut em
Dnire fvery -egir-i'lt; variety, and are all made op in the
JfOST FASHIONABLE STYLE. Wo are prepared to
sell them even
llelsw "Paslc" Prices.
Ifavior a nractiral Forr or in onr -employ, we are pre
pared to make or repair all kinds of Furs, in a sutwiior
manner. Tna h g h reputation n warded to our Furs tor
years past Trill bo JuDy maintained.
oc21 E. STAIR ft CO.
Church Music, Outline Maps, Stationery, Ac
Far the Wholemale Trade.
LARGE STUCK FOR THE FALL BUSHES!.
Teachers offered Liberal Facilities for becomin-j
acquainted tctih New School Books.
FAVORABLE TERMS lo MERCHANTS, k OTHER
DEAI.KRS IS SCHOOL HOOKS
scw School Hoots kept in large Quantities.
Prompt Attention to Onlera from the Country.
GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO BUYERS.
J. B. COBB & CO.
AKNCUSCE to Teachers, Merchants
auduttier.-xleu.lntx in School (tkw, StaUuPerr, fee .
litai t':ie lia.e m;.J preparations lor a lanre ImsineM the
Ltrvaaiit eau. 1 11 r stock ia mm-uaUr king?, ai.u eta
l. races a full siu.j ul the StaiulaiU TV it Book . a well
the ew S-t,uul Buoka, lor wUicl Agmu axe opeTatiihg
tim'tit'-ui fie M.e.
It is ot aim to be lle to aapTfeuif tieaiand for SeKoel
Bucks, either : I kind . r quvin at-eatloa will
to CiTrinUt ti but? irdr ttim Mtrciiints. and taini taken
t.i -up.iW evorv a: pjle wj ilwl. uml tLe prices ioeicaf
will be the It w' . Teut'tifcr.- tto have ut bret. able tt
liitd el-.-li.;ic - f B-. a iliev wabl, will be JHejl
ure ol' li'l'ic tlit.ia bv ressinx um.
We give below :t mritulliai oi' i.ur tt:k, and fur lartlur
particu'ara, we invite persons to call at tur Store, t-rcorte-oond
wnii ns i rj-rs; owlnsuuf casU, or a alisuctirf
rettrewr. will neenn promi aUeauuo. Tiiuee urdetiti?
to da y eijiiv-fct, cju. it tue dt-atre, W tke but to lit ex
press ajcruf, wheu tltcy recei.e tite kmjUs.
READERS AND SPELLERS.
Haze i ' Sfwllr-r aud Define r,
Alt-Giilf-V, New Header.
MetiunVv '- Se:ler,
t irkt-r'. R. adt-r
Price's Sm llrr.
&wlui's Six iier,
'jowuc'i P -oxi esMTe Readers,
Webster's Kti-mfiitary Speller,
Wurtit blur's St-ellt r.
AUj.iis'tK. ) ir-t Anilimelir,
Davie' mvi.i,, .Arilliiiiet:,
Davien' I rmtjoify An'.tLLuetic.
ti'eei-Itsui's Jv-'iuol ArntiniL-ti.',
(.ret-iileal ' Higher Arithmetic,
Ra 's Ftr-t Ai it luetic.
Rav's So-oinl Antlimctir,
K .yV Tli;r.l An.W:m iiv.
Rav'tf U:a;ti.r Ariluuietic,
S udtlim.' Juiemie Mt-ial Arithmetic,
Mutidr.i's Amer li.teiirutral Aiittuuetur,
fui).lar.:s Practical Aniliiuetic,
Stoddard' Ptukcpiiical ArUhmetic,
ThfOip-M-a's Pn.cu al Arithmetic,
TboniujioiM Histier Arithmetic,
Tract Elementary Anihmeiic,
Tracv's Ciiuuumciul Arithmetic.
Bulbous' Eugli&u Grammar.
Bu titn' Pisiiiri and Anulvtiral Grammar,
Bron'a Fust lne ot" Enelinh Gran.max.
Bruwn Inti'UJeb of GraiiiniiiT,
Coveil's Direst of EneLisu Uramu&r,
Clark's Kind Grammar.
Clark's Eirt?.ih Grammar,
Vim 'it's English (JnntniLur,
Fowler's Gnimriiur. Ahridrd,
Grei ne's Jutiotiturii-n to Eiilih Gn-mmar,
Greene's First Lessons in Grammar,
Greene's Elements ul Ej)glih Graipmar,
Grei ue's Analysis.
pian'' Fnmiry Grammar.
PinmVs Anaivtica. Oramiuar,
Piiuifu's En i;h Teacher,
SiT.ilh's Em? ih Grammar.
'fuwei's Kae.isli Grau.mar,
Cornell- First Steps in Geography,
Cornell's Hriuiury lugrapoy,
CoimMI's littermediaie Geocnphy,
Coruuil'it Hin S hool Gt-. .upliy.
Coltf fc Fiirh'd latrodorlorv G-neriphy.
Coil-m St Fi'ca's MlhI rn School Geography!
Fitch's Piiysicril tVcocranhy,
Lons's Cia-Kical Atlis,
Mitcliella Primary Grosraphy.
Milcbeli'a ln.crn.eliaie Geirupby,
Mitchfll's Geoimipliy and Alias,
MitchtU's Ancient Geueraph,
McNallev'8 Ge' ?mpriy,
Mimtf nh's First Hcok in Geography ,
Jl.-nttith's Infra lurlion tu Gec-Krapby,
Moo'eiiti'd Manual ni (ion.ptiy,
Jt .nteUh'? New Manual,
Mitchell's Outline Maps,
Olney'n Geography aud Alius,
Felton's Outline Maps,
Peter Parley's i;eoe;ru plir,
Siiu'li's First Ge:;r;iptr,-,
Smith's Q tarto (eoenipiiy,
Domi miit-'n Pfivsic. tl Gensraphy '
White's Class Bo..k ol Geo lapliy,
Warreu'sC 'luaiuu S'-liuol G ot(rai,tiy.
Viarrca's Phvsical GcoxTaptty,
Andrews & Stoddard's Latin Grammar,
Andrews K Sloddiiru's Luim Graiuioar, no
Andrew' Lann Reader,
Andiews' I irst Bo k in La::a,
Andrew La'iu Lesaous,
Aulrew Latin Lexion.
Aul.ii's Lalin lictiDoar ,'
Ai' sworth'. lliu DictKtuiiry,
. Antlum I'saar,
Ant tun's t'irm.
A.ilii.m's Greek Kv-eder.
Arm dJsEirs anu Second Lt-o Book,
Arn ild L'iu Pr-'c ( 'otniHimtion,
Arnold's Fiw Latin BKk,
Aniuiil'i. (''iruefiur, Nctn.?,,
Arnold' F,rt Gn-tt. B.xk,
Arnold's Greek Pruae CouiLOsition,
But ln's Laim tiraniiimx.
Hull.on s I ana Header,
Bullion's Greek tirauiuiar,
BulIi'.nV t;ntk Rudder,
Builioii's ( -ar, -
Cftr1') ni'rerk Gkiiuiuut,
Haikn--sb' Sx:onij latm Book,
J-himou's t icer.i.
Kt-'iihi er's L.tiu Grammar,
Ltm oitiV Liw.
1 i it M-otiv Gre-r Letic-m.
MHJli-a,-ck a Crook's Eir-t 1. lb Book,
Mci.ii ii-ck a. i.'r.-ik's First irtek Book.
Ow.-n a X -nupbon s Annua!-,.
Own s Xsmiph .ii'h t:.:ioped a,
Suplwa-le's. Greek Grammar.
NtVV SCHOOL BOOKS
Now botoy ertt-nstTe'r intmdnreU, and kept
i'ttn.e1 9 ilen rai hie.
Covin's Li.i,st oi Grammar,
McGudV)'. New Renders,
Petton'n Ouiiiiie .I.i-is,
Faou it iJu-iton'H Wntinv Books,
W r.-en's C .mm i Scii 1 Getrapuy
. Warren's HhvMcal Geography.
GER.IAN AND FRENCH
Adler's Iriif Cennin Dicti-mary,
Adit r'v small Gertnafl lk ti n ary,
Ailter's HmzresMve German Eeader!
Fa-Quelle - French Orimmar,
Gauu'a Grammar Germ ins to lean Enfltvh.
Meadow's French Uiciiuoarv,
Noel jit Cltapsai's Freucu Grsunar
Oils-ndor:! ' (rerman Gramm.r,
tllieiidirff's French bv Jcwett,
Oiieiid.Mti s Fn-nch bi Vaiicu
Peissner'5 fnuAn Grammar,
PmiH-v's Fre'icti Grjmn.ar,
Pinney's Freucli heat er,
Koiwrisoi.ian Srnt, m with French
TeleiiiHTne, with Notes,
Wuxdbjrv'a Gfrman Grr-inniar "
Wowiburv's Miorter Course.
PHILOSOPHY AND CHEMTSTRI
Gndiam's Ccm(!rry .
Oln.sted's Sctkwi Piul: sophr,
Olmsted's Cnlleifi phi Oiophy,
Way, ami's Intell, r!ua) Philosop'n t
W nviar.d's M-.ral phi osophy,
Wet s' t'ln-iiHtrv,
You man's Class-Book of Chemistry,
Youiuau's Alias ot Chemistry.
Davi ;' Elements of Algebra,
Loom is Tnfoporoefrv. 1
Loitu:s' Go- iiie ry,
Ray 's First Als-b'a.
Raj's econd Afebn,
Cnttef'B r"irst Phvyvl.ry,
Callrr's Phvio ucv i!.u Anslofl,
rnt'ei.-lnn's liuoa K-Tpijic,
(.dj'.How P-autB t;row.
Gray's 1 roDs in hotanv.
Gray's Mrtuual of B taiiy,
I yell's MnBmtt of Goertphy,
Lvell's Pmmplesoi" Geoloirj,
Matl icon's Astro-nmv.
Mavhe-vf' BiMk Ke"nor,
Phvsoti b Dunton's Wri ir Bk.iks
Quckenrmn Em-Usb. Conpottuia.I
St. Jonn'a Geoiofy,
l.-hool Speakers- 14 kinds.
Warts on the Mind,
. W right's Orth'saruphy, J ' 1
W-jo-I's First B-.iiaijv,' j-"
Wood's CiafF Bs-aiij,;
. CHTJRCn MUSIC,'.:
i Iim CytheTa. - -
The TaaukMivii .
Tlie New Lute nf Z'OSJ,
; The Shawm,
Ths S n Crown.
, J.B. C023 ft C0.
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