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E. COWLES & CO.
MO. 144 AMERICAN BUILDINGS, Bl'PKEIOE ST.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, DEC. 1, 1838.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING.
CP" Plain and Ornam.'utai Printin-oieverv description
done at the Printing Establishment o. the Ltader Office, on
the latest improved and most rarin. steam presses, in the
best sti le. on short nonce, and at reasonable rates. Par
ticular attention paid to btank. work. Every description of
Biadmtr done. especially Blank Hooks, Ledgers. Journals
Sales B Knceivinc Bj.iks. sic.. c.
The Acquittal of Cole.
Tho case of Cole, for the murder of bis wife,
was submitted to the Jury at 3 P. M. Satur
day, and at 6 A. M. Sunday, they returned a
verdict of "not guilty." The jury stood at
first, four for conviction and eight for acquittal
The strictures and comments of our city con
temporaries on the Geauga and Ashtabula
Courts and Juries in this case have been uu
called for and in bad taste and spirit. Cole
has been twice tried by a jury of his peers in
conformity with the laws of the State by ju
rors who are good citizens, and who have no
doubt acted on their oath and good conscience.
In Geaugawhere the alleged crime was commit
ted, the jury failed to agree. To remove the
case beyond prejudice of locality, the venue
was changed to Ashtabula. An intelligent
jury, alter a full investigation, acquitted the
prisoner. It is to be presumed that the ver
dict is in accordance with the law and the evi
dence. If Cole be guilty, the State failed to
make out a case. The fault was not in the
jury but in the evidence, and indiscriminate
censure of the twelve men composing it and of
the Court, only serves to bring the trial by
jury, that palladium of every man's rights,
and the Ju liciary of our State, into disrepute
That the evidence against Cole was not con
elusive we have the assurance of one of the
ablest, soundest, and most candid lawyers in the
State, who was engaged in the defence. When
the testimony in the case was concluded be
felt certain of the acquittal of the prisoner, as
the evidence was such that the jury would
bave to "jump at a verdict." The universal rule
is, that a case, especially of murder, must' be
proven beyond a reasonable doubt.
Moslem Fanaticism.—The Turks.
A Constantinople correspondent of the Bos
ton Traveller under date of October 27th, pro
nouncea the statements that have obtained cur
rency in this country in regard to the danger of
a general rising of the Turks against the Chris
tians, to be greatly exaggerated, though in iso-
la'eJ localities a fanatical spirit has exhibited
itself. - No danger ia felt by the Christians at
Constantinople. The writer says, " the fact is,
the Turks are dispirited, and they bave occasion
to be. In European Turkey, especially, includ
ing of course Constantinople, they stand on
very precarious ground. Out of fifteen or six-
teen millions of inhabitants, not more than four
and a half millions are even nominal Mussul
men, and of these not more than one and a half
millions are real Osmanli Turks, the rest being
of Christian origin."
The foundation of an English Church was
publicly laid by Lord Stratford in the veiy
midst of the Turkish quarter of Pent in Octo
ber, the site closely surrounded by the dwell
ings of the Turks and in the very shadow ef a
mosque, and without the slightest molestation
The United States ships of-war Wabash and
Macedonian have sailed from Constantinople for
Beirut and Jaffa to secure the punishment of
the miscreants who committed the outrage upon
the Dickson family, two of the culprits being
men of influence among the wild tribes of the
country. Four out of the five are in prison, two
of them having confessed and two having been
proved guilty of the crime ; but without the
show of force on the part of the L nited btates
it was considered doubtful whether any of them
would be hung.
The Patent Office.
We regret that Mr. Dodge has resigned his
position in the Board of Appeal, as he was one
of the most efficient and liberal men connected
with the Patent Office Department, and one in
whom the inventor always found a true friend.
Inventors understand who fills the position of
an Examiner, or in the Board, with most credit
to the Department and the public. The position
of an Examiner is sometimes a very trying one,
but it is his duty to aid and assist the inventor
as far as practicable to correct conclusions, in
stead of turning his back upon him with cold
indifference or neglect.
Mr. Coues is one of those gentlemen whose
expanded mind and courteous demeanor happily
fit him for a position in the Board, or as Chief
Examiner. All inventors who are brought in
official connection with him, fully appreciate
his experience and ability, and we know that
bis liberal and candid course has won for him
an enviable reputation among inventors and
with the public. It would be serving the best
interests of the public and of the Patent Office
Department if Mi. Coues was appointed to a
Chief Examinership or to a position in the
Board, and in hope that Comr. Holt will show
the same good sense and discrimination in se
curing this appointment of Mr. Coues, that be
has done in other instances.
The Norwalk Calamity—Damps in Wells.
The Iforwalk Reflector gives the particulars
of the sad calamity by which two sons of Mr.
McKinley lost their lives in a well. It was 59
feet deep, 3 feet diameter at the bottom, 18
inches at the top, and had been finished and
cleaned out only a few days previous, the boys
having been down into it frequently without ex
periencing any ill effects. After the boys were
lost, a candle was let down and went out within
eiflht feet of the top. No well should be en
tered without first using this test. If the can
dle is extinguished, life is unsafe in the atmos
phere. The Reflector thus describes the efforts
to free the well from the fatal gas:
Attempts were made in various ways to ex
pel or neutralize the foul gas, but without suc
cess. Water was thrown into the well ; pow
der was let down in a vessel and exploded by
pouring coals of fire down upon it ; rosin, ig
nited by means of red hot iron; waste and balls
of candle wicking saturat-d with turpentine and
other combustible substances, were set on fire
and lowered into the we'l. While these and
other means of a similar character were being
employed to expel the deadly vapor, the fire
engine was taken to the spot ; the hose lowered
to the bottom of the well, and the brakes set in
motion, hoping thus to introduce sufficient pure
air to overcome the "damps." But it all would
not do. Every method that seemed to promise
a hope of success was tried in vain. We be
lieve that at one time a Ughted torch was low
ered to the bottom of the well, but in pulling it
up it went out, and upon again making the at
tempt, the light was extinguished within five or
six feet of the top. The failure to purify the
air in the well may bave been occasioned, more
or less, by its peculiar construction.
Finally, at about dark, men were employed to
take up tbe well. At about 11 o'clock, having
gone down some 20 feet with their work, efforts
were again made, by means of a large bellows
from the Railroad Machine Shops, and in other
ways, to purify the atmosphere in the well ;
which proved successful, and the bodies were
"Another Wabxing. A man named Reese,
who belonged in Martinsville, Va.,waa killed on
the F. & C. Railroad track, Not. 23d. Hs was
walking on the track when struck by the locomotive.
St. Andrew's Festival.
The annual anniversary supper ofjthe St.
Andrew's Society was last evening celebrated
at the American. After meeting and exchang
ing greetings in the spacious parlor of the
house, tbe company, numbering two hundred
and fifty, sat down at 10 o'clock to a sumptuous
supper, set by Winslow in his best manner,
which was good and riche nough for the Queen
of Scotia hersell. A blessing having been
asked by the Rev. J. McGill, the bountiful
viands were discussed most faithfully. These
having been attended to in an appreciative
manner, thanks were returned by Rev. J. S.
Easton. The " feast of reason and the flow of
soul" then commenced, and the following pro
gramme, as prleviousy arranged, was carried out
with a few alterations and changes
1st. St. Andrew's Dtn May tt ever be hailed snth pleas-
are by the &OUS o; Scotia.
William Falkner Song My boat is on the
shore. Music by Band,
"it Hit Tsintl of our Btrra A land of brown heath aid
shaeity wood, land ot the mountains and the flood.
at The Cnvntr of our idooUon Mav she ever excel in
the arts of Peace, and may her greatest boast be the lree-
aom I uer people.
Music by Band Hail Columbia.
4th. The Literary men of Scotland and America.
Speech by Charles W. Palmer, Esq. W
Sih. The Queen emd President Tha Chief Magistrates of
Scotland aud America.
Prof. Bird Song. Music by Band
6lli. Wallace and the Patriots of Scotland; Washington
aud lue Patriots ol America.
Speech by R. P. Spaulding. Prof. Bird-
7th. Free Schools, free press, and free pulpits
Speech by J. E. Insersoll, Esq. Prof. Bird
Song. Music by Band.
8tn. Our Sister Societies, who lab ir in deeds of charity
Speech by Kerruish, Esq. Music by
9th. Honest Mr n and Bouny- Lasses.
Speech by Geo. A. Benedict, Esq.
10th. The Mayor and City Council of lh City of Cleve
Hon. Samuel Starkweather.
C. W. Palmer, in responding to tbe fourth
toast, drew a parallel between Scotland and
America, and paid high tributes to the anthers
of old Scotia, to Burns, Scott, Thompson and
others wnose musical numbers nave gone
throughout the world, and expressed high hopes
for the future of both the countries, which we
cill "our country." " Auld Lang Syne," by
the band, followed his remarks, which was fol
lowed by the song,
A man's a man lor a' that.
By Prof. Bird.
Owing to illness, Judge Spaulding was una
ble to be present, to respond to the sixth toast.
J. E. Ingcrsoll, Esq., in response to the
seventh, spoke very highly of the three great
powers which were included in the toast, but
believed that in this case the last should be
first, as the pulpit should take precedence of
the presses and schools. In closing, he of
" The Moinory ot Hugh MilUer
Kermish, Esq., President of the Manx
Society, spoke feelingly of the past honors of
his country and of Scotland, and referred to that
charity which is the object of both those Soci
Professor Bird here sung, by request,
" A fine ould Irish gintleman."
Mr. Geo. A. Benedict, in responding to th
nineth toast, would drop the honest men, as
they could take care of themselves: but be
would not so quickly drop the bonnie lassies.
Tiie garden of Eden, before Eve gladdened it
with her presence, was bo stupid that Adam
fell asleep. We cannot live without woman
but in our day where woman is there is a skel
et n, and now every house has iU t.teii.
series "f "'y h' upon the bachelors who
will not bend to woman's slavery, and upon the
ladies themselves, was followed by a feeling
tribute to woman's worth. He offered as a clos
" Our Sweethearts and Wive In painiue; the latter may
we not lose the tormer.
Mayor Stackweather not being present, Rev
Mr. Prosser'rcepondeJ in his stead to the last
regular toast in a few energetic and manly re
marks, expressing warm hopes for the future of'
both our countries.
The dining hall was decorated with the na
tional colors of Scotland and America, with ap
Mr. Proudfoot finished the exercises of the
supper by a poetical review of the proceedings
of the evening. The company then adjourned
to the parlor while the dining ball was cleared
Scicides Alonzo McKee, aged 20, shot
himself through the heart with a revolver at
Homer, Michigan, Thanksgiving day. No
known cause for the self-murder. William
Drummond, from Rochester, where be has two
children,' drowned himself at North Evans,
Erie Co., N. Y., the night of Nov. 25th. Fail
ing to bang himself in bis room, he went into
the back yard, took off bis cut and hat, and
drowned himself in a ditch of water barely
deep enough to cover his face when lying on
his back ! His age was 30, and he had been for
some time in a despondent mood.
A Mammoth Establishment. The Cambria
Iron Works are stated to be among the largest.
if not the largest, in the United States. The
rolling mill embraces sixty puddling and twelve
heating furnaces, fourteen pair roll and four
teen steam engines, equal to one thousand horse
power, and the capacity of one hundred tons per
day, or tbirty thousand tons ot rails per annum
allowing one month in the year for necessary
repairs. fittsburgli troz.
Spiritcalopathy There is a new school of
medicine. The Rev. Mr. Pierpont being ill, and
getting no relief from his mundane physician,
appuen to nis oiu aocior, who was aeaa, and in
due time received a prescription that cured him.
Tbe Medical Society should look to this. The
doctors already dead cannot be prevented from
this unprofessional interference with the pa
tients of their surviving brethren ; but the liv
ing might be bound by new rules which should
apply after their decease. This thing, if allow
ed, will be the ruin of all regular practice. For
tunately, people cannot pet their newspapers
irom ine otner worm. rrotuunce Jour.
Steak on Ohio Canals, A model of a pro
peller bas been deposited with the Board of
rulilic n orks at Columbus, and application has
been made for permission to construct ind ran
a line of steamboats on the Ohio Canals. They
ask the privilege of running at the rate of two
miles an hour, which would be about double the
speed gained by horses including stoppages
The wheels are to be at the stern and entirely
submerged, thus, as it is claimed, doing no inju
ry by washing the banks. It two miles an bour
can be made without injury to the banks, four
can, and this ma; perhaps solve the question of,
bat shall be done with the Canals Toledo
The Gouldt Tragedy Condition or the
Family. It is said that Mrs. Gouldy has sofar
recovered from her wounds as to be consideed
ont of danger. Mr. Goultly is also in a fair way
for recovery. One of the wounds on his head
has entirely healed, but the others are still very
sore. The brain protrudes to the size of a wal
nut, but the attending physicians confidently
assert that he will finally be restored to health.
His side has not yet recovered from the paralyt
ic shock consequent upon the affection of the
brain. The galvanic battery is to be applied
as soon as the health of the patient will permit
of it. Mr. Gouldy has not yet been informed
of the suicide of his son. Young Katbaniel
is convalescent, being able to sit up in bed and
converse. Chailes is also better, but makes
slow progress. The servant girl, Murphy, is
still in the New Tork Hospital, where every at
tention is paid to her. The Doctors believe she
will recover. aY. . Commercial iith.
Quarterly Ohio Bank Statement.
We have been favored by the Auditor of
State with the Quarterly Bank Statement ex
hibiting the condition of the several Incorpora
ted Banking Institutions of Ohio, on the first
Monday of November, 1859. Of the nine Inde
pendent Banks the Dayton Bank and the San
duskyCity Bank had not reported up to Nov. 22d,
and the Franklin Bank of Zanesville is closed.
We give tbe totals of the six other
Sjwcie 1121.SK2 99
Notes of other Banks :31.7s. 16
Due irom other Banks and Bankers 99.474 72
Notes and Bills Discounted 1.449.113
Bonds of Ohio slid otner state? aw .aw w
Kf-nl Folate and Personal Pruozrtv 41 7HU
Checks aud other cash items 2 941 at;
(Vtner Resources. w 3t''
Total Resources 2.1M.50S CO
Capital Stock tUW.OM 0.1
Kfetv Pnnil Stock AfiT.a-.; Oft
irculatlun ro.i.i.t w
Due to Banks and Bankers 146 9J9 6
Due to Individual Depositors 942,4:0 24
Dividends unpaid 4 2u2 !
Contingent Fund, undivided profits 122 077 24
Bills pavable and Time drafts . 1.450 00
State Til 2,199 1-5
Other Liabilities 21,413 51
Total Liabilities 2,74.505 so
ELEVEN FREE BANKS.
Specie -' !' J
Eastern Deposits 470 ,5
Notes of other Bank'
Due fiom other Baiks and Bankers
X.i! es and bills discounud
Bonds of Ohio and other States.
Ileal Estate urd Personal Properly
Checks and other cash items
. 196 792 S5
. 721 860 S5
. 2M.x 19 26
. 31.275 13
. 42 760 64
Saleir Fund Stock
. 609.325 00
. 3"0 6iW 00
. (29 967 Oil
. 167.731 76
. 49 24J 59
Due lo Banks and Bankers .
Due to Individual DepjMtors
Dividends unpaid ...
CoMinsent Fuud. and undivided trail's
IKcw.lnl lntrct .. .
Bills Pavable and time drafts trt.mw ou
Other Liabilities 2 9-43
Total Liabluties .3,073,513 45
THIRTY-SIX BRANCHES OF STATE BANK OF OHIO.
Specie tl.59S.427 74
KuBlern Deposits .....
Notes of other Banks
Due from , ther Hanks and Bankers.....
644 261 03
Voles and Bills Discounted 8.513.15 9(
S.iletv Fond fl4.729
Keai Lstste aud Personal Properly nlo.o.G
Checks ai d other cash items 116,518 7X
Total Rt sources
Capital Stock 4.124 500 00
re.maneni Keserveu una j-v,
rirculaiim 6 H2U 2i 50
Due to Banl s and Bankers 174.217 04
line to I'inivitliial Denositors 2.204.557
Dividuals Unpaid M 2t6 00
Contingent Fund. Kc
ent Fund, fcc 2W,.n is
Discount. Interest, stc
Rills payable and Time drafts
.... 46,331 SI
. . 17.7J
.... 50.0 3 12
. . It.142.t72 50
The principal totals of all the Banks reported
are Resources Specie $1,845,441 12; Eastern
Deposits $1,317,388 48; Notes of other Banks
SI. 152.433 16: Due from other Banks and
Bankers $1,296,276 73; Notes and Bills Dis
counted $11,171,343; Safety Fund $2,069,789.
Liabilities Capital Stock $5,333,825 00 ;
Safety Fund Stock $1,373,326 99; Circulation
$8,010,304 50; Due to Banks and Banker1
$488,878 48; Due to Individual Depositors $4,
286,997 71; Contingent Fund.ttc. $461,036 96.
CITY BANK OF CLEVELAND—INDEPENDENT.
Specie S11.S96 49
F.astem Dtposrs 26 492 7ft
Notes of other B inks 66,6t (III
Vtw from nther Btnks and Bankers 7.2.9 71
Notes and Bills Discouu'ed 184,6-a 20
Bonds of OiinO'd other States 105,700 i0
ktoi nnri Personal Property..
i'neck and other Cashliems
Total Kesouices :
Due to Banks and Bankers ..
Due to Independent Depositois
Contingent Fuud and undivided protits..
Total Liabilities -
.. e5.'.i44 On
. . 17.275 1
. . 12S.77.J 09
.. 4,20: 00
. . 38.600 22
. . 43l.7t9 96
BANK OF COMMERCE—FREE BANK.
Notes of other Hanks....
Due fromotlierRanks and Bankers
Bonds of Oil to and other
Heal and Perwnal Prupem
Ctiecks ud other Csti Items
. . . 68,341 00
... AJM 53
CnDiUl Stt rV
S-f.ty yund Stock
Dueto Biftksanrl Bait ten
Due to Indiviiual Depositor.
Contingent Fund and undivided profit. .
Bills payable and time drajti
Total Liabilities -
... 150 (Kit)
FOREST CITY BANK—FREE BANK.
. 34 tun
Notts of otber Banks..
Dae from ottier Banks and Baukers
Notes and Bilts Discounted
B.inds of Ohio ard other States ,
Hp.il and Personal Property
Checks and other Cash Items
Total Kesources 193,607
Capital Stock ...
Satetv Fuud Stock
.. 2) Will
.. 24 5a
Du. to Bunks ana Hankers...
Due tol'-dmdual Depositors. .
Discount. Interest, kc
COMMERCIAL BRANCH—STATE BANK.
Specie $62 662 91
Eastern Depotlts 13.817 87
Notes of oilier Bjnks 5S.375 00
Due frcm other Banks and Bankers..
Notes at u Mil s oiscountea
Safety Fuud .
R.a. and Personal Properly
Checks and other Cash items
19 77 87
38 325 Is
Permanent Resented Fund
...J175 030 00
. .. 31.250 00
. ... 287,461 00
Due to Banks and Bankers....
Due to Individual depositors
Coolinzent Fund and undivided DPitlts..
.... 16.:tll 33
. ... 2M.12S a
... 150 22
.... 820.319 91
MERCHANTS' BRANCH—STATE BANK.
. 3.1 954 02
. 27,' a
. VJ 214 If
Notes of other Buiks
Due trom other Rnnks and Bankets ....
Notes and Bids Discounted
. 23.751 On
Real Estate ard Personal PronertT
.eclts and other Cah Items
3 9U9 7;
. 187,358 92
Permanent Reserved Fond
Due to Bnnksaod Bankers
Due to lodividuul Depositors
Cnotins:ei.t Fund and Undivided Profits..
Bills Payable aud Tim. Dralis
. . 65.619 07
TA 10,314 4T
sr 34.54 15
. 487.358 12
Dead Man Picking Himself Up—A Ghost
Bringing his Bones from Hartford.
The spiritualists of this city, or a portion of
them, at least, are gravely discussing the
question whether the spirit of a man whose
dead body was dissected by medical students in
Hartford, Conn., is picking himself up, piece
meal, and bringing his bones, one by one, to this
citv, to be put together again. The weekly
spiritual conferences have seen fit te make this a
subject of inquiry, and the spiritual Telegraph,
from time to time, informs its readers of the
progress of the affair.
The storv is related substantially as follows :
When Dr. Rodman, the parter of Dr. Orton, in
Twelfth street, New York, was a medical stu
dent, a body was to be dissected on a certain
occasion, and the students agreed to draw lots
determine which should have the bones. Dr.
Rodman was already a medium, and beiore the
dissection took place tbe spirit communicated
with him. and expressed the wish that bis bones
might fall into Rodman's possession. The doc
replied that since possession was to be de
termined by lot he might not get them. "Draw
first," replied the spirit, " and I will make yon
draw the prize."
Acting npon this hint, the lucky Rodman
drew first and took the bones. He conveyed
them to Hartford, where he subsequently left a
part of them, removing the rest to his office in
Having related to his partner the singular
history of tbe skeleton, Dr. Orton requested
him to bring the remainder of it to his office ;
whereupon the ghost who once owned and oc
cupied the dilapidated and abused tenement,
up a loud knocking, and claimed tbe right
which no reasonable man could deny him, of
having a word to say about tbe disposition of
bones. He expressed a willimraess that
they should be taken to New York , it made no
especial difference to him whether the ossified
portion of his frame was in one place or another;
it was natural he should feel some pride in
matter, and expressed the determination of
bringing the bones from Hartford to this city
This extraordinary determination, which we
believe has no parallel in ghoatology, ancient or
modern, it is alleged is being carried out. The
very next day alter it was announced a bone
dropped on the sidewalk in front of the doctors
near their house ; and since that time bone
after bone has been moved, sometimes Dropping
from the ceiling, and sometimes upon the walk
Un tne lath ot May the gnosi aio. an uuusuai
Bood dav's work. As the doctors were crossing
Broatlnav, near Thirteenth street, at 3 o'clock
P. M , a" bone dropped at their feet, and at 6
o'clock the same afternoon another encountered
them on Fourteenth street, both being portions
of the spinal column.
The ghost, whose body has been thus cut up
and moved, does not, however, claim the exclu
sive credit of the removal. With the fairness
which we trust will ever characterize his pro
ceediugs, he acknowledges with gratitude the
assistance of other ghosts, who have kindly
consented to help him to do the job ; but what
compensation he gives lor their services is not
The ghost commenced picking himself up
some tune in spring. V hetber he is yet done
is not stated, but the Telegraph of this week
brings additional testimony, in the shape of an
anonymous statement, (regarded as conclusive
by many spiritualists,; the substance of which
is contained in the lollowtng paragraph :
On the 3d of last June Dr. Rodman held
seance at a house he was visiting. When the
circle was over I accompanied him down stairs;
on our way down, my spectacle case, which had
been missed during the evening, was thrown
over my shoulder. He picked it up, and was
holding it with both nis bands, conversing witu
me about its disappearance. While thus en
aged, standing lacing each other, with a full
laze of oasliol t shining on as, the front door
closed, and no other means of egress or ingress
beino- near, somcthinir came dropping dojrn, as
if from the ceiling, and fell between us. On
beine taken up. Dr. Rodman recognised it a a
bone belonging to the vertebra; of the neck of
this much talked of spirit.
When the Spiritual Conference and the Tele
graph arrive at a satisfactory conclusion we
will intorm our readers. xv. r. rost.
The SkATiNo Epidemic Young and middle
aged Sew York have beard, with emotions bor
dering on ecetacy, of tbe fine skating ground
which is to be provided for them in Central Park ;
the commissioners furnishing the water and zero
tbe freeze. In Boston a plan is afoot to flood
tbe lower portion of Boston Common for tbe
benefit of the skaters and skatresses who were
unable to pet tut to the suburban ponds last
Winter. In Buffalo some gentlemen residing
on Delaware avenue have hired the vacant lots
on the corner of Viririnia street, which have an
area of fifty two thousand square feet, whicn
they propose to tence in and noor witn ice.
In Rerpa. Nov. 23d of consumption. Miss ELIZA R.
.T AN KS. daughter ol Rev. John Janes, deceased, aud Mr.
ti. tt. Jaues.
In Column a Nor 2Cth. Mr M ARCUS N1C1IOX.S, for
merly of tV a'eroury, Conn., aged SO years.
In Burton, Nov. 21st, Mr. ASA WII.MOT, in the 73d year
ot nis age.
In Hambden, Nov.
TON, aged 78 yars.
20th, Mr. NORMAN T. EOGLES-
In tfpwburr. N.t 20th. Mrs. ABIGAIL OBER. consort
of Zacharudi Obr, aud 53 years.
HOLLOWAYS PILLS. Emaciation and prema
tare decay, slow and lite-destroying Fever, find the chronic
consequences of neglected symptoms of disease, may be
exnelled even at tbe eleventh hour, by a few doses of the
sterling medicine. It acts as an alterative, as well as a pu
rifier of the blood, and may be safely taken by females, as
well as children of all agt s. Sold at the ruanutuctory,
No. 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and by all Druggists, at
25c. 63c, and $1 per box deel 256
XT AVE ARRIVED THIS
IJ MOKNING. by Express another large
as wn meat ui
Ladles shoaM call soon, -ajhlle oar assrtrtment is complete.
dec! E. STAIR t CO.
WINTER APPLES-25 bbls. Good
f f rui. jumt-ij AVfL.t; iu oiu-. nrw iriuitaad
prime. K')LL a l i i fc, k ai rxxe iresn Kutter
Just ncei". (J and for s iIp bv W. M ELHI VCH.
" rONEV TO loan-owu for three
.A," J yeHrs, secured by rirsl-lass reat state -
deel d 217
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To the Provision Kerthants of Clcvtlantl,
HaTtng R-ssUbUshnl nself ia NEW YOPK as a
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I beg ie iTe to solicit a thare of your farars ia that quarter.
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tue ir;td(,ou Provisiuus of at I s-ns. but more particularly
uu mui wmcu uni suits ine i-aurupan marnet. in uw
meantime, as 1 am now here, aud relieved irum tbe enirate
uient wiiichirourt me here the p.rtv uaTinr aliameiu ly
violated the contract w.th me in a few days alter beliir
attw hondre.lierces ul rim rateBe W Vi'li
dred of India Pork and pnme nress, to rait the toirliLBi
market, l.ui to bd sold, 11 possible '(tt) oa b jura." ia
New orfc. Jn the English. Iriih and Scotch markets.
and al Hn- M1.'' Virint.lina Vt.nl. n. ill
onelof th. 1 arrt Cir.nt i t-.Tir ti "
supphed the GoTemmeut. as! he -071
teiijerattheeuoim.auai ricjai in T n.n.A. -k
T . i- J ' jysir, uurintr me i.nrue:D W
(Without aiiy rejecliou en ber. It is rot, I assure you, -,uh
auy ftthut; oi eiKisiu I L&rade Lhetut tVicta- hut .
I IXtr I If rot ari 1 I arinw
.trarspranioiigyou, 1 merely wish to plac myself nehtly
bforeyuj; and h gyt g your aitentioD lo the annexed doc-
luciiis, i ufe me nuuor to remain.
ueniirmen. vo ir coilient aervnnr
PATRICK HE.NRY O'CONNOR,
Department of the Cnmpt roller for Victoahnf and
llOlsliailt 0C1 1UC3.
Admiralty, 5th FebruaiT, 1866.
TtXTT Trinilsara nf tliS) lat incl.nr t" Ik. .I.' .r
S.lt Vn.sr n .- i i . . j a .r . 7 .
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wFi sv UA-kClAA, rraUa,tUCU WIIUI UUlKf liae taCreOa. "
I am. Sir, your obelient senrant,
THOS. T GRANT.
Kir D tl niPnarsiDn OSTTlv T 1 ... . I , aasWIUSJ.
was- a . ii. v uvnnaa, M iwii MlWi, XjOUUIMI.
New York, September 17, 1858.
The bearer Of tl. if Mr P U nTnnnnr If r. ,rw, Q,.n
Ireland was. in the Tear ImAi) in tbe emninv if ih usai
nauswuuii.ujBi a.i,(i.,ui cnicatjo, as uie neaa mini
grr ol the extensive Beef-paciutur eatabiishment, wm ii
was then carried tm lit the above na.i.d ulin ,,fi.,
was a partner. Mr O'Connor tave the most complete sa-i-fac'ion
in hi deportment of the busn.ea. and 1 believe ia
as competent as any mm Irving u cure and pack beef lor
oupuseu ot in London, and its reputation was equal to, if
grtaiMir iiuui uuti ot auy omer Drand ottered in that
JUL.1US WAUS WORTH
New York, 17th Sept., 1858.
3Mr. P.M. O'Connor was in mv emnlov roo Mrml rvM-v-
aiau su uyennienuena oi my eaiaouaoment tor nackinar
nark unit h;i-ssn '
I found him camnetent nr?t ioit fnnr fn
!ish market, perfectly futmliar wnh its detatEa, and atten
tive and steady in bis duties, and of strict intern y. I snail
be frlad to see him located in some respectable domuoo,
where his qoaitncatioaa atay be put to exernse.
BaXTIMORC, An?. 16, 18S8.
To the Provision Trade of tie United Stales:
Haniuj atrain come cat to east my lot among- rou.
witn, l none, better success, as tar a mr own intarMt
cuurerned. than I met whea I firt nitrrMliist. ntA .,. .
nituu,, "fan? u i naviugjusi le.irea trom the
nrm (now extinctj of Henry O'Connor t Son. then isvora
bly and extensively kbown m Entjiand. lr-lai d and tfot.
laod at heavy exuenae and loss to myaetf, the improved
yle.n of CutUng, Curinr. Packing and Seiecuna; Beef
cumbeut ou mvaelf. and due lo mw frtsmU t nnt,i,.K ..m
luaaiiiieieiji.iTuiir, irom ma nif ay bononbie
u.ui.1 rcrnjieu, anu unirrniiiy snuwa nrm, Messrs. Ho
land it AsoitiWail. New Yurk a it nim. nn, ma fmsn .n
blame or stain in the failure of ihe eotacera I wb nnnmn.
aHMCl lrDiwciiiu WUO.
'1 he becoaiiux desire wSnrh animstea i-wrrw hnauhla. n
leiwitive-muided man, who may hate been in a biu-inesa
lujBiwnuiie wunouE any auu oi nis own, to dispel anr
Cloud an XI 111- ll,rrrlmm i. iha. nnlD nn .1 I I - L .
for intrUdlUC un vuur mu urn lha.o m r.... ....i ti..
1 hare the honor to remain, gentlemsn.
Your obedient servant
PATRICK HENRY O'CONNOR.
Kaw Yoke, 21st May,
PATRICK H. O'CO.VXOR, Estj.,
Dear Sib : You having; requested us to state
oar impressions in regard to your connection with
late Firm of O 'Connor, Steinbet gen & Co., of
mis city, we may mention inat as we understood
the formation of the Firm, Mr. Steinbergen
agreed to furnish tbe capital and attend to tin.
financial affairs of the Company, while you were I
ueruie roar attention io ine nracucai oenArtm.n i
.1. - i : n-1 . . ., , " I
mjv uuniuca.. ine irreater uars oi uie rw'r ani I
Pork packed by the Company having been shipped
through us, we are aware that the failure of the
Company did not arise from its own immediate) nr..
a..t...n. W a. .t .r . . " I
.iBsiuiia, uu ii uiii uie conDrTiinD m vnnt vhA-
partners with various other concerns, which result
' -., .. " i
tcana mat yoa acted m a straight forwaid
HONOKABLE HAiVNES, and We do not eonaiiW
Ine failure of your Firm arose from any mis-
MAnausiaanr up- its owis LKOlTlat ATE COM
ceens, bat simply, as before stated, from your
(WbiMTiB uavuJa; IKWUIV UlTUIVeU WILD Oinef eStaO
usnmrats witn which yon bad no concern.
We remain, Dear Sir,
HOWLASD 4 ASPISWALL.
TN HATS, CAPS, FIBS, ie. p
t. a. PATSunmr
T- S. PADLOCK.
THANKFUL for a Lileral Patron-
a- e dannt tne last Dlteen
teen Vtsrs. hnnn tn MiMMnm
he has a
arajn hewrne n cnndidute for nublie raAtroou'e.
anu? be f.uud at No 'l &uenjr street, next doer to
Freeman s. wnere be is rstceivinf a tail and elegant
HATS, CAPS, FUKS,
Swani' Down and Far Trimmings,
ij . . tr 1 1 i.' lKu
TRIMMTNG9. UMBRELLA9, ami eyery arlicle
kept in tiie nest aUJixanable itoiail Estabtun
meats is my des 1 nr. to deal for Cash alone, and 1 will sell at
which win maae it u object for tn citizens and
to fi n their trade.
HaU and Capa made and repaired to order.
Particular attention paid to Repairinc Ladies' Fan.
T. 8. PAJWOCK
For Sale or Rent.
BINDKRY J-'OK SALE. For sale,
cumpltjta Bmdery, con.istioe of a Ruling Machine
ttlIlK .Machine. Prrsi. SI eur. MammntT Tn.il. Plninrha
every Hunt ecrxsary to i-arry tin a Bindttry to advaa
j ilb&b iuuii wm soia ui a its H iirv or casu.
-liTT AMres I. A. UKA.1.
OX FOR SALE. A desirable Lot
cousutiM of one .:r. utnattsii nrar th Female Smm
uimj, forfait cheap. iu on easy terms. lDqu:re of
FOR RENT a desirable front OF
FiCE oa the aerottd rtwor. near ihe Mei-chanta' Bask
Superior street, iitqime of
n7 Keal Estate Agent.
I?OR SALE CHEAP AN INTER
. et in I he Fixtures ac., of a Manulactm-iog Establish
meat tmymff 100 per re t. pnee $7u0 tor which oo4
western lanas will be taken.
Address P. P., Drawer lo ju:.itf 6
LTMAMLITTLK. HIRAM H. ITTTLK. ILL - KKTM.
LITTLES & KEYES, Dealers in
REAL ESTATE Office, over n Superior St., Cleve
land. O., has constantly oa hand lare quantt'y of ver
rood Fanninc Lauds in Iowa and Wisconsin, which we wll
Mil low for CusU, or exchange Mr Personal Pnprt. Cut
f'ARMS FOR SALE. Four farms
in sicinitT of CleTclsral pnee irom $1,200 to SS.Otlu.
A Uo, several Uoosesajul Lota iat the City lor sale vers
Also, Woolen Factory, Saw Mill, ix Dwelling
Housesnndaiacresot land at Bedford, 12 o i.'es out oai;.
P. R- K., whirh wo wi.l sell ou long time r will ex
chaiuce for Tity propert
Also. Saw Mill, CordiDe Machine, HoXLse toad SOscreaa
l,l. -J&njtli.. out ou (' k M. K. R..atAarons.
Also. 2 one family Hurwa. situ several seroud-naa
Waeons ami Harneavx. A 11 tor sale verv cheap ejul a la
credit will be given it desired.
A!So.eTSTal eowo nouses lo rem.
mb.6:dtf 5 LITTI.tS k KEYFS. over8 Sop St.
CCHOLARSHIPS FOR SJLE IN
the best Commercial Colleges intite country. Call at
For Sale or Rent. Wants.
Q1 O OfO y ONEY ADVA1SC-
XV-ZVy J J EDlnsnmstosmt at tne
stand and well known WAGNER'S OFFIC E-n Gold
Silver Wj atches, Jewelry, Diamonds, uum.. Pistols, tc.
Business strictly private. Ollire No 3 Water M., cornel
Superior (up stairs) established in 1&51. Open from 8
M. to t P. M. Watches Jewelrv for ota at bargain
KOCH, LEVI & MAYER,
Wholesale and Retail
IN ALL KINDS OF
Ready ITIadc Clothing
NO. 72 SUPERIOR STREET.
TO THE LAMES. We
received a laras and trboice lot utnewHlbboas. Flow
srs, leathers, and soma rhotc. slid sew materials
Wtuter Boonets.ail ofwhieh have been boneht serv chn
and will be sola at 26 PBB cs.it less this fukmskpbice
Call early andmaka a selection sfiii tne assortment
cnmrleu. At SHAW k Co 's.
decs l'J& SupsTior
CARPENTERS! TOOLS. The larg
est and best variety in the citr f.-r sale by
aniw H K- HAY.N ULLtS, ISO BSare iOTSI
HOUSE TRDIMIiN OS, of every des
rrtpuoo., rariet- style and price frale by
H. K. RWNoLDS, No. Superior St.
i nnn kegs of sc
mtJJ NA1LS-OI" all sizes and
7 sale by H. AC. kAVNC
sizes aad qaUtiM,
. kAVNC LDS.
Na. B Sppeiior St.
. At out a ehipf
TRON AND STEEL.-
X lot d , -for sale oy H. K. BA TN01.D-,
Millinery, Hardware. General Notices.
"HOARDING The Hons,e No.
M-9 Public Square, aud by the Stone Church oae of
pleasutivest local is.: s id tne city ,iaa neeu )iioroufDir
p ti-ed, and is now opu for Boarders. amities vJisaina;
luziiisn their owu rooDis, caa he tceon.mooaetl with lrr
and e;itivf :upM room al bed-rooms; aud Muffle Boarder
and l;ar Boarders will hod xood accommodations, on
Stinab lerms. Ladies not exrluiei Keiereoce jiren
receired. hotS d3m .y s. W BI RR1TT.
ISSOLijTION. THE CO-PART
t'SHIP hereUifnre enistintj un-ler the name
Enswoith, ia tins dav dis-aolTetl bvmatualc-M
sent. ROBERTS Ik ENsWORTH.
CleTelawl, Hot. 4th,
CO-PARTNERSHIP. -The tti;dersi?ned baTe this
formed a c-paitner- hip, in the firm i ame oi Pyoch u
Eitaworth. Jkod take ttie entire busioesa. and pay all clair
ag;a.abt the late 11' m ot Roberts ft aiswortn
S. P. PVVCHON
CleTeltDJ, now. n, I. t J. EiSSWOKTH.
3iew City Directory
W CONSEQUENCE of the recent r
-"r onwaen"? or txrews ot mrs iTtT-tnus reoder
ail idrmer Directories mlfss-lie sabsenbers will iss
Ts uSmoa soca as toe numrriiuj
streets is compleiedj a
New and Complete Directory
Of the Names and Residences, according with the a
numbering. Aiao. in connection, a
COMPLETE BUSINESS DIRECTORY,
Arranged alphabet iral.T: besides other tut'ormatioii n.
taiuins to 'he public.
It is intended that this Dire Me rv shall be co-anlete
J. M. wlLLISTON k CO , Publishers,
tmjv6 daHj No. 113 Snpenor Stret
DANIEL W. DUTY would t
FDectlullv Call the attention 1I rwrna awkt
lormed, and wishing to procure an. thing in his lice, te
new Style of Burial Casket.
It is made lis;ht and convent nt Pr trinsnortatiati, ptt
in vaults, or oi niraon inte. mi-nla. and iiithArl m hai
ful aai chaste t.tvle. He ha the pieanure- ut knowing u
they meet with the most univ. nai adnunaion and appro
Tney need to be seen to be aporectaietl. A complete
sortment of the
Common Stjles of Wood anil Metal Coffins
Kent consrartlv on hand, toeether wr.h a mnt nni
SHROUliS and TRIMMINGS. In atid tion to the abo
he is now prepared to furnish RED L EL) AH BOXES, -
together wi' helper nails ood uveia, to all persons w
nmv nreier them.
Ctumce. T i 58 En rtrret. noT3dAt:h
NEW FEATURES ruiH YEAI
cosaopoLim m association.
SUPERB A GRA VIXGS
Beaatiful Art Journal Valuable Premiums,
rpHIS POPULAR Art Association
W "ur?1! .!jfTa' ?a '. Hemnc's rrrat Painu
. " ........... ".ui. i il. will BOW ISStie COC
(to sul.x-nbers uuljl un aearj plats taper. 3U BT 38 icca
TEK.TIS OP SI BSCHIPTIOJJ.
Etsit person rTmiltinsjTHSEE Dpllaij, snll reeeiT.
Dr a o' x'b s"'i Easrasing, alter Hrnn'a e.
VILLAGE B L ACKSMITI
Also a copy of the beaatiful
COSMOPOLITAN ART JOUBNAL,
An eleirintly illustrated qoarto Magire. Also Fr
Searan Tirltts of AdmisM n ro the tastfrn lot Daaat
aorn ard astern fea.knes of tie Assrcutica
Ta-ire win also Iwarrnta the s'ibsuilvis. weral ha
dred Yalua 1 Worjis ot' Art, conss;n g ot turn
Vd i'Aintings. Bronze Sculpture, tc
Fto-b e 'ebTated
liar., wi'l be rerened np to Jai.aarr t-l. 1-59 r t. ot.
of toat date, it a Premium. l i - i 1. . . .. . .
FOT 1:111 DSTt'Clltsrs. W Tl . mir Art T. ... 1
StMicimen cooiessetu to tho.. wihitur ti .,.b.rK
receipt of lo ceut5; ia po-t: ?e s' amns or roin. Aildre
w. Lt. DKKUV. Actaarv, C. A. A.,
fcasiera Oaice, Ma lJroadwav. N. Y
Western Office, 166 Water St., SaidtL-kr, O.
OSSIAN E. DODGE, Eiehtsire A real.
JiKE IRO.NS AND STANDS,
OEJTMEXTAL COAL VA3E9,
1VIKE FIRE GUARDS,
FOUti, ENSWORTH fc CO 'a
Crockerr and Hoose Famishing Stare
Fcs R. ELLIOTT.
aetora o. B. TlBBlra. Justice of the Psuos, Clevslafl.
HE Defendant is totified that a
" uiiit-ut. .o-iuuaoias ai.d sa i
is set tor bearing 00 the Wh daj 01 Ie mher at 1
, , EDWARD THOMPSON i
K,.JJ3w2n B7 R. G. Huxt, ots Alt, f
ben re the 1st of Jauoarr. If59. Sparimen copies of th
.11 full mmpni.n ., . K
ObSlA.V E. bijutiK. Agent.
T7STRAY Game to tbe Premises o
BLACK AND WHITE COW.
wl.rth an owner is wanted'. Inctfire eM enrf nf Or.
street. DOT4dlc i07. P liKK K KlNNY I
WIGS, FAIK WORK, BATHS, f
SHAV1SG AXD HAIBDRESSIXG SAL08S.
I Veddel) Hoaae Block. Bank St.
"PKESH KAISI.NS. 200 Boxes Just
keceued-in wkole, half ard quarter txea-rer
for sa e IT
Mnn n a. vt,- v. ., v
NEW FIGS Just received and fori
sale v Milt LP k NUMSEN f
"PKES3 PEACHES and PINE AP-
PLES-WdoaeaCaaa, verrnice, just reenred anal
torsalerhep.br MOULD A NLMSSN,
QARKNES Gillett's arid Guillonx
he be brands ia ma-hetfhr sale by
5SCRIBE AT OJVCE. IF YOI
s".TySEt;UREA COPY of that r
g, TH B VI LLAt.E BLACKSM ITH," and tie A V !
Journal, wtt.1 the m ir Pr i ' r"'"!