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ticular attention naid to blank w..rk. Every description ot
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Vote of Illinois---Figures for the Dealer.
The SpriogBeld Journal of Nov. 27th,contains
the official Tote of the State of Illinois, as as
certained by the Secretary of State. The fol
lowing are the footings :
J imcs Miller 125,130
W. B. Fondey 121,609
John Dogherty 5,071
Miller's majority oer Fondey, 3,821.
F6R SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.
Newton Bateman 124,556
Aug. C. French 122,413
John Reynolds 5,173
Bateman's majority over French, 2,143.
Miller and Bateman were the Republican can
didates, Fondey and French the Douglas Dem
ocrats. 'Will the Dealer still claim lhat Doug
las has a majority of the popular vote of Illinois !
In 1856, for the office of Governor, Bissell,
Republican, had 4,729 majority over Richard
son, and for the office of Superintendent of Pub
lic Instruction, Powell's majority over St. Ma
thew was 3,007.
That an unfair appointment, the discrimina
tion being intentionally in favor of Egypt, chis
eled the Republicans out of a majority in the
Legislature is also a "fixed fact." The popular
vote by Legislative districts proves it, the pop
ular vote for the State ticket confirms it, and the
vote by Congressional districts clinches the un
fair apporlioment purposely got up to disfranchise
the Republicans. The total vote of the four
Republican Districts is 133,863; of the five
Douf las Districts 118,093; showing an excess
in four Republican districts of 15,770 over five
Senator Douglas, if re elected, will he the
minority Senator in everything save Legislative
votes. The popular sovereignty of the People
as expressed through the ballot-box for mem
bers of the Legislature, Members of Congress,
and the State ticket, is against him by thousands.
Slave Code For the Territories.
The Southern Democracy are now in line for
a Congressional enactment that will give efftct
to the vital point of the Dred ScUt decision,
by protecting Slavery in the Territories. Some
of the Northern Democrats halt a little in tak
ing the "step in advance" commanded by their
Slave masters, but they will "fall in" and soon
become familiarized to it, just as they have to
every other command of the inexorables. It
will be made a prominent plank in the Charles
ton platform of 1860, and Popular Sovereignty
Douglas will be the first demagogue ta leap up
on it if thereby comes a nomination for the
Presidency. Ilia past points unmistakably to
The Charleston News now claims the credit
of having advocated a Slave Code for the Ter
ritories for years, and is jubilant that "other
Southern journals, inclusive of the Washington
Union, are coming up to the mark." The News
pronounces a Slave Code -'the cardinal const
tutional right of the South, in connection with
Slavery in the Territories," and adds "The
doctrine laid down if, also, one of the princi
ples adjudicated, at least recognized, in the Dred
Scott decision of the Supreme Court a year or
Ohio State Anti-Slavery Society.
At the late Convention of the Colored Citi
zens of Ohio in Cincinnati, the Ohio State Anti
Slavery Society was organized by the adoption
of a Constitution as published in the Loader,
and the election of the following officers :
Jas. M. Lanoston. of Lorain, President; John
Malvin, of Cuyahoga, Vice President; C. M
Langston, of Cuyahoga, Recording Secretary ;
Horace Morris, of Green, Corresponding Sec
retary; J. C. Oliver, of Cuyahoga, Treasurer;
Executive Committee J. Williams, D-Croeby,
D. Jenkins, John J. Gaines, Thomas J. Good
E. P. Walker, E. A. Richaidson.
The following State Central Committee was
appointed J. C. Greever, of Sandusky ; John
J. Gaines, of Hamilton ; "Win. Merritt, of Tole-
Reynolds, of Toledo; St. George
Fisher, of Toledo; and E. P. Walker of Tole
do, the last acting as Chairman.
It was resolved that the next Convention meet
Electoral Reform in England.
The English as well as the Americans agi
tate, but with this difference in England the
reforms agitated are to add to the rights ot tne
inanv: in the United States too often to steal
nnr-r from the maiiv bv the few. Electoral
r - - . , .
reform bids fair to become a question of promi
nent interest in the next session of Parliament,
Mr. Bright' project, in which household suf
frage and the vote by ballot are important les
turcs, will probably become the rallying stand
ard of the Reformers. Great meetings are to
be held in London to open the ball, to be foU
lowed by mas meetings in Birmingham, Liv
erpool, Glasgow, and other great cities and
tircrns. The agitation is to be on a magnificent
scale, in view of which even the London Times
begins to look more complacently on Mr.
Bright's propositions than when they first at
tracted the attention of the Thunderer.
South Carolina Senator.
For a marvel, there is a contest for the full
term Senators'aip from South Carolina, and sev
eral ballotings have been had without effecting
a choice. Politically the Legislature is a unit
all pro-slavery Democratic not an Opposi
tion member in either branch. The contest is
therefore a family matter, anJ seems to be be
tween different grades of fire-eaters and the
conservatives who eschew Disunion as the very
last resort. Mr. R. Barnwell Rhett is the most
acceptable to the moderate wing. On the first
ballot "the vote stood for Gov. Adams do; i-x-
Gov. Manning 24; Rhett 23; C. G. Memmiager
23; John McQueen 23; M. Chesnnt 31, acatter-
terine 9. The balloting was commenced Ito.
27th. On the 1st inst. no choice had been ef
fected. The name of Mr. Rhett had been with
drawn according to the telegraph report, and
Lawrence M. Keitt, the chief of Fire-Eaters,
had been put on the course. The vote for Mr.
Keitt was only 21, and the vote for Ex-Gov.
Adams fell to 42. Keitt is a true representative
ot the chi-val-ry in the House, and would well
represent such a State as South Carolina in the
Railroad Difficulty. The Central Ohio
Railroad has been a hard case for pay from the
first start, and Charles Cooper, of Mt. Vernon,
having a claim against the Company, attempted
to collect his dues by attaching aome of the
rolling stock at Zanesville or vicinity. The
Company got him indicted for instigating a
riot, but when the trial was to come on the in
dictment was nolled. The Mt Vernon Banner
rtates that the TJ. S. Court, now in session in
Cleveland, baa indicted Cooper and the Sheriff
of Richland comity, for stopping the U. S.
The Wool Grower & Commercial Reporter.
This Cleveland monthly paper devoted to In
dustrial Interests, Market Reports, and choice
Family Reading, which is about to commence a
third volume, appears on an enlarged sheet of
eight pages, with a tasty new head, and other
marked improvements. The December number
is filled with original articles of real merit.
Mrs. Gage, Mrs. Arey, "Anna Hope," and oth
er lady writers of celebrity are contributors to
the Wool Grower. The paper has nothing to
do with political parties, but bears the flag of
"Agriculture, Commerce and Manufactures
tne great sources of National wealth and prop
erty." Fifty cents per annum. Office, 39
Bank street, Cleveland.
The Mortara Case.
It will be seen by the following letter to the
Israelites of Philadelphia, that the Government
of the United States declines the solicited inter
ference in the case of the abducted child, Edgar
Department of State, )
Washington, Nov. 21, 1858. $
To Mr. A. Hart, President of the Congregation
"Mickve Israel," Cherry st., Philadelphia.
Sib: I have received and submitted to the
President your letter of the 15th instant, re
specting the alleged forcible abduction from his
parents of a Jewish child, by the public author
ities at Bologna, in the papal dominions, and
asking some expression of condemnation on the
part of this government.
This occurrence took place within the territo
ries of an indeprndent power, and without af
fecting the rights of any American citizen. It
is the settled policy of the United States to ab
stain from all interference in the internal con
cerns of other countries.
Certainly there is nothing in the circumstan
ces of this case, as they are reported, which
would impose this reserve upon the government.
But it is dt emed proper to adhere to the estab
lished principle which has heretofore regulated
its conduct in its intercourse with other nations.
I am, sir, your obedient servant,
The committee of the Loudon Protestant As
sociation have presented a memorial to Lord
Malniesbury praying that it "may be considered
in what manner the influence of the British
Government, exercised so often with success in
defence of civil and Teligious liberty and the
rights of the oppressed, may be now exerted for
the restoration of the child, Edgar Mortara, to
his parents at Bologna, and that steps may be
Erie Canal and Hudson Navigation.
At Albany, Nov. 29th, at 7 o'clock the mer
cury was only 13 degrees above zero, and at 9
o'clock 20 above. Sunday night about 4 inches
of snow fell. Sixty-four boats passed Schenec
tady on Sunday, but none had reached Albany
since Saturday night. The Albany Journal says
the enow and frost has doubtless effected at
least a temporary suspension.
Between Troy and Albany the liver was cov
ered with ice the morning of the 29th Nov., and
below Albany there was a good deal of floating
and sharp anchor ice.
Revolutionary Movement in Sonora.
The N. Y. Times of Nov. 30th has intelligence
by a private letter from a gentleman in Sonora,
that another revolution is about breaking out
that the GanJora party, once a powerful party
of the State, are about to take the field against
Pesqueri, the present Governor. The Times
Gandora's army, 700 strong, is now on its
march north, having entered the State from the
south, and are being joined by many of the citi
zens. It is thought there is no doubt of his suc
cess, as the people are tired of Pesqueri's gov
ernment, and are desirous of a change to a more
liberal policy. Gandora has always been a
friend to foreigners, is enterprising, humane,
snd withal, an accomplished gentleman.
Two of Gandora's sons, who were in prison
in Sonora, have escaped, fearing personal inju
ry. They are now at Tubac, Arizona, the
guests of some of their father's personal friends.
This movement has nothing to do with the
revolution in Mexico proper, as the State has for
a long time acted independent of the Central
Government, although each Governor has given
a kind of declaration in favor of the President,
and then has done as he pleased, holding Gua
yamas as the Treasury Department.
This gentleman says that the success of Gan
dara is an event to be hoped far by all who have
at heart the welfare of Sonora, whether annexed
or remaining independent.
A Year of Panic.
The cause of the commercial panic of 1857-8
is still an unresolved problem. Speaking of it
the New York Economist says: "In the U.
S the whole number of failures brought about
by a demand for 'instant settlement' inaugurated
by the New York banks, which contracted $27,
000,000 in six weeks, did not much exceed
those of ordinary years, and included no heavy
banking institution eicept that of the Ohio Life
Trust, which was owing to individual folly, to
use no harsher name, rather than to general
causes. Many rotten firms went down like that
of Lawrence, Stone fc Co., whose debts are 85,
000,000. In England three rotten banks col
lapsed under most disgraceful circumstances ;
but what are these cases proportioned to the
V3st commerce of the two countries 1 France
and Northern Europe were badly scared for fear
that the United States were not going to pay.
They have now recovered their tons and their
Speaking of the ulterior effects of the panic
and the stoppage of credit and of business, the
same authority says :
The fears were that the people could not pay.
As a whole, it may be said, that all have paid
If the cause of the panic was groundless, its
consequents have been but too real, since it
suspended the productions of wealth, and by
keeping idle the thousands who should
have been employed, has made a difference
probably of 5200,000,000 in the wealth of
the United States. in me article oi puiiou
alone the production fell off 300.000,000 yards
of cloth, worth $24,000,000, and the dis
charged hands lived on their savings. In every
branch ot industry snoes, naraware, nats,
clothing, mines, ships, houses, roads-simuar
results manifested themselves. Persons who
Droduce nothing must consume less, and traffic
shrunk up, as a matter of course, and the coun
try at the end ct tne year was poorer uy an im
mense sum of money. Thaee were the results
of panic making and gambling for a fall in
stocks in 1867. Companies were swindled for
the purpose of causing a fall in the stock, and
the lact of the swindle was betrayed by the per
petrators to a confederate press, which sounded
the alarm, while it participated in the resulting
profit and glorified itself as a prophet Six
months of such operations produced in New
York that alarm which dilating circles spread
over the commercial world, paralyzing industry
and leaving accumulated capital unemployed at
Thanksgiving Dinners. Mr. Chas. P. Pond,
of Hartford, Conn, gladdened the stomachs
and hearts of some 1200 poor persons in that
city on Thanksgiving day. By his direction Mr.
Hawley, the City Missionary, distributed 150
turkeys and 1,300 pounds of chickens amongst
360 families, the cost of the poulty being S223.
It was a munificent as well as Christian offer
ing to Charity.
Omnibuses Ahead ! Judge Pruden, of Cin
cinnati, has decided in favor of Sunday Omni
buses the decision based on the plea of "neces
sity." The ease was that of N. Rudolph, charg
ed with violating the Sunday law, by driving an
omnibus on the first day of the week. The dri
ver was discharged.
Homicide bt a Woman. During a .neigh
borhood quarrel in Chicago Friday night, a Ger
man named Uttman was killed by a Mrs. Wolff,
who struck the man on the head with a hoe
twice, fracturing the skull each blow.
A Year of Panic. Secretary Cobb--Tariff Question.
The Washington dispatch of the 29th ult. to
the N. Y. Times, makes the following state
ment of general interest :
Secretary Cobb will leave the Cabinet within
ten days, probably taking the Mission to Lon
don. The President certainly will carry out his
own views of the tariff question, and recom
mend modifications sufficient to secure ample
revenue lor the support ol government.
Secretary Cobb, however, received to-day a
statement from new ion, signed by the lead
ing merchants, assuring him that the present
tariff will yield sixty-nve millions ol revenue
during the next fiscal year. Mr. Cobb has been
so often deceived by the over estimates of New
Yorkers that he is a little incredulous. He
thinks the statement too high. Although in
carrying out his views, Mr. Cobb would be wil
ling to drop the free list, he would rely princi
pally on a redaction of expenditures, each de
partment having made a large reduction except
the Post Office, which shows an increase of
three and a half millions.
A Washington letter to the Times states
that the differences of opinion between Mr.
Buchanan and Secretary Cobb upon the Tariff
question are decided and irreconcilable. The
Secretary is obstinately opposed to any modifi
cation whatever of the Tariff, and the South,
of course, is with him upon this point. Says
the writer :
On the other hand, Mr. Buchanan declares
that his views have not changed since the days
when himself and Silas Wright battled side by
side in the Senate Chamber. He still main
tains that the Tariff should be a revenue meas
ure that it should be such as will secure reve
nue enough for the expenses of the Govern
ment and that it should be so arranged as ts
give incidental protection to home manufac'
He sees, now, that the revenue from Cus
toms is entirely inadequate to the necessities of
he treasury, that the Government is being
carried on upon borrowed money, and that
many tvranches of industry are prostrated sc
riously for want of protection against Foreign
competition; and I am welt satisfied that he
will recommend that the Tariff be modified so
as to accomplish the ends above enumerated.
There have been a number of gentlemen here
lately from Pennsylvania, who are deeply in
terestcd in the iron manufacture. They express
ed themselves satisfied with the protection af
forded to the iron of the present tariff, provi
ded the duty be made specific, and fixed at a rate
equivalent to the average ad valorem rate during
the last five years. These gentlemen left the
city quite satisfied that they would get the need
It is urged with much energy that if the Pres
ident touches the existing tariff, it will hurt him
in the estimation of the South. Mr. Cobb is im
pressed with this idea, and probably feels that
any change of the kind proposed is calculated
to damage his own prospects as a 1 residential
candidate. If Mr. Buchanan should overrule
him upon so important a point as this, the re-
tirement of the Secretary from the Cabinet
would not be a surprising event.
Another Blow at Buchanan!
Old up out
of Jehu Glancey Jones by electing Gen. Wm
H. Kciin, Opposition, bis successor, in spite of
lamentations at Washington and elsewhere. A
Reading despatch of the 1st says Uen. Keim's
majority will probably reach 400. The Admin'
istration candidate was a popular man, but his
backers are unpopular.
Extra Session of the Ohio Legislature.
An extra session of the Ohio Legislature, will
commence in Columbus on Monday the third
day of January. What this Legislature is to
meet for is not even shadowed forth by its
friends. It will meet and hold its session at an
expense to the people of not less than $80,000
and probably 8100,000; and what for? What
will the Legislature do! That's the question,
No Locofoco papeT in the State that we have
seen has attempted to say what this extra sess
ion of the present Locofoco Legislature is to do.
One thing they wiil do. They will continue
in session 90 or 100 days at $4 a day each,
with hosts of (Jlearks, beargeants-at-arms Ac.
The Sham Democracy made the present consti
tution of Ohio, which provides that the Legisla
ture shall meet only once in two years. Every
time they have had power they disregarded the
constitution by holding annual sessions ot tne
Legislature. Akron Beaocn.
The Wool Grower's Bank,
We are credibly informed, will be organized
and ready tor business in March. All r aimers
who have fifty dollars which they can spare as
an investment, should not fail to take at least
this amount, as the advantages which may flow
to this important industrial interest are untold.
From a desire to promote this enterprise, but
more especially from the fact that it offers a lu
crative and safe investment, two moneyed men
have pledged it $10,0110 each.
We do not hesitate to state that every farmer
who can take one share (ot 50 dollars) or more,
will regard it the very best investment he has
ever made. Persons desirous of information
on the subject, will address Wool Grower s
Bank, Cleveland, Ohio. Wool Grower.
Increase of Wool in Ohio.
We have at some expense obtained a tabular
statement ot the number ot sheep in this state,
showipg 3,30af,803 head, which at three lbs. of
wool per head, is 9,826,41)0 lbs , an increase
over last year of 10 per cent., or about a mil
lion pounds of wool. Wool Grower.
A Boy's Tongue Fastened to a Lamp Post.
His Father Ccts it Away. We take the
following from the London (C. W.) Press:
On Saturday morning a little fellow about
eight years old, a son of Mr. Gilleau, bookseller,
whjlc playing with some other boys on North
street, approached a lamp poet and carelessly
applied hts tongue to its grey-frosted surface,
when in an instant, to the boy's own horror and
litter astonishment of bis playmates, he was
held fast by his tongue to the post, suffering
very severe pain, and totally unable to help or
extricit? himself. Of course the boy could not
speak, and could on!j ifest his feelings by
signs witn ins nanus, v anous application, v.
of warm tea, steam, etc. were piade by some
neighbors, who heard the unusual noise made
by the other boys, and came to learn what was
the matter, but of no avail; such was the action
of the cold iron that the hold was even getting
tighter. When, after about ten minutes had
elapsed, the boy's father heard of the affair, and
hastening to bis relief, he took a knife and was
obliged to cut the tongue loose, leaving its skin
still fast to the post, and causing the blood to
flow very profusely. Immediately on his re
lease, the poor little fellow became insensible,
and was taken home.
The First Car Load of Wheat. The first
car load of wheat direct from Chicago, by way
of the Chicago, Fort Wayne, Pittsburgh and
Pennsylvania Railroads reached Philadelphia on
Wednesday last. It is the pioneer of many
thousands of trains of wheat which will leave
Chicago for the city of brotherly loye. Chica
A singular trial has just been concluded at
Pittsburg. Some time ago a slave, who called
himself George W. Ferris, ran away from Tus
cumbia, Ala. Ferris was so white that one not
knowing him would not suspect his having ne
gro blood in him. He went to Pittsburg where
he passed for a white man, worked at his trade
which was that of a brick layer, and married a
white woman by whom he bad one child. A
white man named Geo. Shaw, also a brick
layer, arrived at Pittsburgh and haying known
Ferris at Tuscumbia, recognized him. He in
formed his master of it, and then enticed Ferris
to Kansas, where he was arreBted as a fugitive
from Alabama and taken tack to bis owner.
Shaw was tried lately at Pittsburg, convicted of
kidnapping, and sentenced to the remtentisry.
The scoundrel was rightly served.
Fire. The dwelling house, with all its con
tents (including notes and other papers, to the
amount of tkree thousand dollars) belonging to
John Jones, of Sharon, Medina connty, lras
consumed by fire on the night of the 25th ult.
Fire supposed to have originated from some
defects in the stove pipa.
Persons cannot be too careful of their fre3 at
this season of tbe year. Akron Beacon.
The Chess Game Deciped. The Philadel
phia Club consented, after fifty-seven moves on
eaoh side, to a draw game with the New York
ers. The second game will not be played at
n rii. Vn. Sit. H. 117 IT T I W DDflU'V mnA ATlSS
luElvria, Nt.2Sth. Mr. DANIEL BOS WORTH aiid
Miss ANN ELIZAS. NLVINS
In Akron, Nov. , Mr. R. H. MOORE and Mies MAR
In Akron. Not. 23d, Mr. CHRISTOPHER COTT1NG
HAM and Mis ELLEN CHATF1ELU. both of Medina
Id Akron, Nov. Mth. Mr WILLIAM PRINGLE and
Mis HARRIET N. LlMliUHNER.
At Petosuir, 111.. Nov. 3d. of typhoid fever, a. D. KEL
LEY, E&q.. formerly of Summit county, ageu fi) yeen.
FEVER AND AGUE:
A CASE OF EIGHT MONTHS' STANDING CURED BY
BOERHAVE'S HOLLAND BITTERS.
Michael Kelly, No, 117 Seventh, near Grant f-tiee
"Last July, while running on the river, on a cotton-T oat
plyujff between Natch es and New Orleans, I was tsken
with Fever and Ague. For ei .bt lonjinonlhs, I suffeied
with this dread fir disease. The greater part of this time
I was unab'.e to work, and spent at least $50 for different
medicines, bat found no permanent relief. Three weeks
ago, o:ie of my friends insisted upon my trying I! OCR
ILWE'S HOLLAND BITTERS, saying that a cube was
guaranteed. After taking it for one week. I must say 1
was a sound man. I have been at work now for two weeks
and have had no return of the chills or fever whatever."
I certify that tbo above statement is true.
Diamond House or Chester's Gothic Hall.
Diamond House or Chester's Gothic Hall. New Advertisements.
Wcddell House, Cleveland, Nov. 9, 1853.
To the Provision Merchants of Cleveland.
Having re-established myself in NEW YORK as a
Provision Broker, at 103 Broad Street,
1 beg le ive to solicit a time of your favors in thai quarter.
1 can procure you liberal advitiictrsfrou. first rate Houses in
the trade, on Provisions of all sorts, but more particularly
on that which best suits the European market, lu tbo
meautiine, as I am now tier.,-, and relieved from the eiipane
mttnl winch brought me hero the p:irt having sh&mefuly
violated the conirctwth me in a few days alter bcius;
put on the ri-itit truck I would be nuti-ius to meet with
a party who would take an interest vith me in packing
a lew hui.dre.i Hcrees of first rale Beet, and a f-w hun
dred of India Pork and prime mess, to suit the English
market, hut to behold, 11 posMble. "free on board." m
New York. In tbo English. Irish and Scotch markets,
and at He- Mujestv's Victualing Yiirds, my "brand"
is well mid fovrably kiiuwii, the Juhut confidence
beimj pl.Kvd iu it. My late fal her, fr manv years, was
onefiof the lurgest Government Contractors, and never
had a cask rejected, and myself, durintr the Crimean Wax,
supplied the Government, as the aimcieU acceptance ol a
tinier at the euoim us price ol 11 7s rx;r tierce will show,
without any rejectiou either. It is not, 1 assure you, uitb
any feehiif oi egotism 1 parade these facts; but beiiur a
strarger among you, 1 merely wish to pluc myself right iy
before yu; and b ggi, g your attention tothe aiutexed doc
meuls, I havu the honor ton-mam.
Gentlemen, your obedient servant,
FATKlChL HENRY O'CONNOR,
Department of the Comptroller fur Victualing ami
Admiralty, 5th February, 1355.
Your Tenders of the 1st instant, forlhe delivery of
Salt Pork at Depif.ird, have been accepted by their Loid
ships, to the extent specified on the oihtr side hereof
1,110 Tirces at 11 7s 0 perTioree.
I am. Sir, your obedient servant,
THUS. T GRANT,
Comptroller of Victualing.
Mr. P. H. O'CONNEE, 253J$ Tooly street, Loudon.
New York, September 17, ltS5$.
The bearer oflliif Mr. P. H. O'Connor. ;fmm Sliso. in
Ireland was, in the year 150 in tbe employ ot the House
ot Wads worth, Dyer tt. Co., uf Chicago, as the head mana
ger of the extensive Boel-r'ucking vsiablishmenr, wliu
w:ik ihen carried on br the above uantd Houe. of which
w;is a Dart tier, ilr O'Connorenve the most complete sat i-
factum in Ins deoartment of the husii.ess. and 1 believe is
as competent as any m:m living to cure and pack beef for
uie .ugusnor any omer in&rKci.
Most of the Reel ucked bv him for W.. D. & Co.. was
disposed of in London, and its reputation was equal to, if
not greater than tnat oi any inner oranu oturod m thai
New York, 17th Sept., 1858
n.Mr. P. H. O'Connor was in mv emnlov Ton several occa
sions as superintendent of my establishment for packing
pone aim Dacon.
I found him competent, as a practical curer for the Eng
lish market, perfectly familiar with its details, and atten
tive and steady in ins duties, and of strict intern' . 1 shall
be glad to see him Located in stMie respectable position,
wuere nis tiuauncaiiuns may ue put w exercise.
Baltimore, Aug. 16, ls58.
To the Provision Trade of the United States:
Havins arain come out to rast mv 1t amonr von,
with, I hone, betur success, as lar as my own interest is
concerned, than l met wnep i nrst liurouu-e., mio mis
great country, aseariv as 1;W4 navingjust , cured Iroin the
tirm (now extinct) of Henry O'Connor & Son, then tavora
bly anil extensively kLOwntn England. Ir laid and Scut
land at heavy expense and l.ss to myself, the improved
system ot cutting, curing, ranting auu selecting jieei,
Pork and Bacou for the European markets 1 feel it in
cumbent on myself, and due to my friends, U publish and
circulate the annexed Circular, trom that big'ilv honorable.
niucn respecteu, auu universally Known nrm, Messrs. now
land Sl AsDinwall. New York, as it exom rates me from al
blame or stain in the failure of the concern 1 was unfortu
nately connected with,
i lie becommc desire which animates verv honorable and
sensitive-minded man, who may hae been in a business
mislbrtnne without any fault of bis own, to dispel any
cloud amine therefrom, is the only apology I have to ozur
for intrudiug on your notice thee my remarks anil the an-
utida leut-r. (
1 have the honor to remain, gentlemen.
Your obedient servant
PATRICK HENRY O'CONNOR
New York, 21at May, 1849.
PATRICK H. O'CONNOR, Esq.,
New York :
Dear Sir : Ton baring requested us to state
oar impressions in regard to your connection with
the late Firm of O'Connor, Steinbergen A Co., of
this city, we may mention that as we understood
on the formation of the Firm, Mr. Steinbergen
agreed to furnish tbe capital and attend to the
nuancial anairs ot tne Company, wmie yon were
to devote your attention to the practical department
of tbe business. Tbe greater part of the Beef and
Pork packed by the Company having been shipped
through us, we are aware that the failure of the
Company did notarise from its own immediate op
erations, but from tbe connection of your other
partners with various other concerns, which result
ed in Bankruptcy, and brought down tbe Firm of
u Connor, bteinoergen & to. witn tnem. in the
winding up of tbe a flairs of O'C, S. & Co., we
found that you acted in a straight forward
and honorable manner, and we do not consider
that the failure of your Firm arose from any mis
management OF ITS OWN LEGITIMATE CON-
uerns, but simply, as before stated, from your
partners having become involved with other estab
lishments with which you had no concern.
We remain, Dear Sir,
HOWLAND fc ASPINWALL.
SEWING MACHINE Wanted,
an AOENT in this and everr Ci'r and Town
the State. Agents ure not required to purchase a Patent
Kigni. or terms ana lniormation, appiv to
K.. A- Bl ttf-M,
dsrSdT-? Angler ljonse. Cleveland
NOTICE OP DISSOLUTION.-The
Co-partaenbip heretolore existing between the enb-
senners. umier me name and nnnol hall., kkls at CO .
is this day dissolved br mntual consent. Depositors, and
oth.ie himoe; t'ainis agait'isl us, Will pe p-fnl at die Com
mertjai BUnch paulf. T.K.HALL,
A. W. EOAR1JMAN.
Cleveland, Per. 1, ilei-2 dlw ag
Best Strip Vein Coal
II) MABKCT. AT
THE Hartford Coal Co., at their office
in Rolfe's Oil and LTOr Stoie. No. lib (old No. 34)
Bank street, recond dor north, of Center street, are selling
SUPERIOR STRIP VEIN GOAL
At retail, or by the car loal, at
PJIICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
The reDBtation nf the HARTFORD STRIP VEIN COAL
is well established asexual to the best in market, fur Furnaces.-G'ates
and other purposes, heiug clear ol' state,
btirninir freely, and maknip no clinkers
The Hertford Cool Company sell their pnre Strip Vein
Coal only, having none oi the inferior erodes ol Coal to
olfer. Apply W J CLARKE,
No. 116 (o'd No. 31) Pnnk street.
Or to WM. MIITLEBKRUKR.
dec2 3m 220 Stor k J-v's Pier.
The Third Lecture
TENTH ANNUAL COURSE
Cleveland Library Association,
Will be deliiered bj
Lieut. M1TTHEW F. MAURY, U. 8. Jiavy,
AT THE MELODEON,
This (Thursday) Evening, Dec. 2, 1858,
Snbject "EiteDding to the Lakes a System of Meteoro
logical Observations, for the Benefit of Lake Commerce
rFBasiness men, and all interested in the commerce
ana navigation oi our rreat inland seas, are particularly
invited to be present. Single Ticket?. 25 ctl.
HKNJ. F. PElXOTT01Let Com.
WM. F. SMITH,
T71URS ! FURS !-A new lot of;
JL. AJHKblUAN SABLLai 4HD firClfl
FURS Ladies lookint for a nice article 01 1
Fuil. will find it to their advantage to call at
On their way home. deol 221 Superior St.
WILL GIVE Two more of his
COMIC AND LITERARY
On Friday and Saturday Evenings,
November 4th and S h.
(7 Doors oren it 7 o'clock commence at 8 o'clock.
Auuiis&ioB. 25 ets.
OSBORN & VINCENT'S new PAT
ENT SKIRT, seventeen sprinp,. made without sew
ing nov TAYLOR, UR1SWOLD fe CO.
Church Music, Outline Maps, Stationery, ic
For the Wholesale Trade.
LARGE STOCK FOR THE FILL BUSHES.
Teachers offered Liberal Facilities for becoming
acquainted with New School Books.
FAVORABLE TEBMS TO MERCHANTS, a OTHEH
DEALERS IS SCHOOL BOOKS
New School Books kept in large Quantities.
Prompt Attention to Orders from the Country.
GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO BUYERS.
J.B.COBB & CO.
A NNOUXCE to Teachers, Merchants
Xi snd others dealiua: in srnooi boo, Mauoimry. c ,
thai they have inade preparations lor a lanje buunei the
...ua...t 'rhir Kt.u-lc iiimsiinllv lara-e. and em
braces a fall supplv ot the Standard Text books, as well as
the iNew School Books, for which Agtnts are operating
tUtoughout tlie State.
f. -.r. m h ahl tn iinn!wnT da maud for SCtlOOl
Books, either as to kind lt qumtitjfc SeciaL at'eniioii will
be given to ti ilitg orders frum Merchants, and pains token
to supply evei-v arucht wai. led, and tli pncs m all cases
will be tiie leweht. Teachers wno have ot beon able to
find elsewhere such Books as ihey want, will be nearly
We Kive below a p irtial list oi our stock, and for further
paiticalais, we invite persons to call at our Store, or corres
pond with us. t'raers, enclosing obii, ui miuiol,
ret-rence, wilt receive piotnot attention, i uose orooriaf
SO; d- by express, can, if t.iey desire, pay the bill to the ei
press agent, whuu they receive the goods.
READERS AND SPELLERS.
Hazen'sSi'eihT and Denner,
MVGuff-jy's New Keadeis,
McUufl'eyN Sie!lr. -
Sandt-rs' Sp -ller,
'Jowne's Progressive Readers,
Wel.sttr's Klfnitntary Speller,
Adams' (Danifl) Arithmetic,
AdunuV IF. A.) Kirt Arithmetic,
Davie' University Arithmetic,
Uretjiileaf s School Arithiueuc,
OreiMilu-alV Higher Arithmetic,
Ray's First Ant nietic.
Ray's Third Arithmetic,
Ryv's Higher Am timet ic,
S.oddurd's Juvenile Mental Arithmetic,
Stoddard's Aiuit. Intellectual Anthmetic,
Stoddard's Frantica! Anthmetic,
Sl.ddartt's Philosophical Arithmetic,
Sm Hit's Ariihmetu-,
Thun.pnou's Pr;i ti al Arithmetic,
Thompson' Higher Arithmetic,
Tract's tlleuiontary Anthinei ic,
Tracy's Conuuerctl Arithmetic.
It 'Ulious' English Grim mar.
Bullions' Prsctica aud Analytical Grammar,
Brown's First Lines ol' English Uranuuar,
Urowa's Institutes ol tliainmsir,
Cove I IV Uietitul' English Grammar,
Clark's First Grammar,
Clark's Englih Grammar,
Fowler's English Grammar,
Fowler's Grammar, Ahnded,
Greene s Introduction to Engli.-h Grammar,
Greene's First Lessons in Grammar,
Greene's Elements of EugU&h Grammar,'
Piiiueo's Prim ry Grammar,
Piimeo's An-ilytica. Grammar,
Pmneo's Etig ish Teacher,
Sn.ith's Eng ish Grammar,
Towei's English Gr&iLnur,
Cornell's First Steps in OosTaphy,
Cornell's Primary Geography,
Cornell's Intermediate Geography,
Cornell's Hi?h School Get giiipMy,
Coltoii & Fitch's Introductory Geography.
Coltun & Fitch's Mod rn School Geography)
Fitch's Physical Gography,
Long's Classical Atlss,
Aitciicl1,s Primary Gforrar-liy,
Mitchell's lntero.ediate Geography,
Mitchell's Gei'KTaphy and Atlas,
Mitchell's Ancient Geography,
AIcN alley's Ge-graphy,
Mrintf ith's First Book m Geography,
MoiHcith's Intro Juctiun to Geography,
Mon'.eitn's Manual ot Geography,
M.uiteith'fi Nw Manual,
Mitchell's Outline Maps,
Olney's Geography and Atlas,
Pelton's Outline Maps,
Peter Parley's Geography,
Smith's First Geography,
Smith's Quarto Geography,
Doim-rrinc's Physic tl Geography
While's Class Uoefc ot" Geography;
Warren's Common School Geography,
Warren's Physical Geography,
Andrews & Stoddard's Ltin Grammar,
Andrews & Stoddard's Latin Grammar, na
Andrews' Lai in Reader,
A. drew Cicero,
Andrews' First Ho in Latin,
Andrews' La' in Lessons,
Andrews1 Latin Lexicon,
Antho.t's Latin Dictionary,
An sworth's Latin Dictionary,
Authon's Greek keeder.
Arao.d's Firs- and SecoDd Latin Book,
Arnold's Latin Prose Composition,
Arnold's First iAtm Book,
Arnold's Cornelius Nepos,
Arnold's First Greek Book,
Arnold's Greek Prose Composition,
Butler's Sa.ll us t,
Bullion's Latin Grammar,
Bullion s Latin Header,
Bullion's Greek Grammar,
Bullion's Greek Header,
Crosby's Greek Lessons,
Crosby's Greek Grammar,
Harkness' Second Latin Book,
Keuhner's Latin Grammar,
' Lincoln's Livy,
Li-t'Jle k scott's Greer Lexicon,
McCliutock k Crook's Eirst Latin Book,
McClinick & Crook's First Greek Book.
Owen's Xeuophon's Anabasis,
Owen's X'moph m's Cyclopedia,
Sophocle's Greek Grammar.
NEW SCHOOL BOOKS.
Now being extensively introduced, and kapt
Covin's Dest ot" grammar,
McQutfcy's New Reade.s,
Mi n'eitli s Geographies,
Peltou's Outline Maps, "-""
PaaoQ & Damon's Wntine Books.
W. rren's Common ycfiuol Geography'
Warren's Physical Geography.
GERMAN AND FRENCH
Adter's large German Dictionary,
Adlcr's small German Dictionary,
AUler's Progressive German Reader
Fusquelle's Frenph Grammar,
Srnia's Grammar Genus ns to learn E-.glish.,
edow's French Dictionary,
lS'oel & Chap-Mil's French Grammar
Oilendorrl 's tier man Grammar,
Ollendorff's French by Jewett,
Ollendorff's French by Value,
Peissner's German Grammar,
Pimr;y's French Grr-iuiuar,
finueys Ftcticn HwMCei,
SjertsO-.iian SysUru wtiA French,
Telemaiue, with Notes,
WotMihury's Germau unimmar .
Woouourv's Shorter Course.
PHILOSOPHY AND CHEMISTRY
Olmsted's School Philosophy,
OlmUed's College Philosophy,
Smeilie's Philosophy, t
WyiandS Intell dual Philosophy "J
Way land's Moral PiuiosoBby,
Wet ib' Chemistry,
Youman's Clas-Book of Chemistry,
YuUiuan'a Alias of Chemistry,
Da vies' Legend re,
Davies' Elements of Algebra,
Davit? s1 Surveyiaj,
Loomis' A I if bra.
Loom is' Trisouometry,
Ray's First Algcbia,
Fay's - econd A Igebra,
Cuttei's First Physiology,
Cutter's Physio oav and Anatomy.
Criltend-n's Boon Keeepiug,
Grsy's How Plants Grow.
Gray's Lessons in Bo; any,
Gray's Manual of Botany,
HrtchoeW's Gi- logy,
1 yell's Manual of G-ography,
Lvell's Principles of Geolu),
Mali isoi'i Astro-omv,
Mayhew's Book Keepinr,
Pavson fe Dnnton's Wn imr Books
Quackenbos' Knelish Composition,!
St. John's Geology.
School Speakers- M kinds.
Waits on the Hind,
Wood's First Botany,
Wood's Class Bok Pxany
Unite ley's Rhetorip,
CHURCH MUSIC, &c.
i be rrthem,
The TnankffHif .
The New Late of Ztoo,
The S ag Crown.
J. B. COBB & CO.)
JBOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS
18 5 8-9.
Tenth Annual Course of Lectures
CLEVELAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
THE LECTURE COMMITTEE have
the pleasure of rnnounoa th following brilliant
Course of Twelve Lectures :
Nor. '25th Lieut. M. F. MAURY, U. f. N. Subject
' 1 he Atlautic Telegraph.
Nov. Jv-th Lieut. M. F. MAURY. U. S. N. Subject
"The Highways and Byways ol the Sea."
Dec. al Lieut. M. F. MAURY, U. S. N. Suljert
-'Extending tu the Lakes Svsieiuot Meterolmrical Obser
va'ion tor the Beuefit of Lake Com 'i.en-e and Navigation "
Dec. Tib GEORGE VAN DKRHOFF, Boston. Subpart:
"Evening with tbe Poets a Discourse, with Head me s Irnm
Shukspejie, Scott, Hh1, Lougfcilow' Miles Stau'ih, fee
Dec. Uth-Lieut M F. MAURY, U. S. N. Subject
"The Workshops and Harmonies of the Sea."'
Dec. 16 h OLIVER P. BALDWIN. Esq , Richmond,
Va. Sutiject '-FiMEj'isni."
Drc Ztd J. SIDNEY HENSHAW, U. S. N , Utica,
N. Y. subject "The Art and Gnu-e-t of Conversation."
Dec 30ih Rw. EDWIN H. CHAPIN.
Jau. 2oRALPH WALDO EMERSON.
Ja i. th bAYARD TAYLOR.
Jan. 7 Rev. T. STARR KING.
Col. JOHN W. FOBNEYisalsoeipected.
Tickets Tor the Course, admitting a Gentleman and two
S-ngle Tirketstothe Course, $2.
Miwie Tickets to the Lectures, 26 ets
Those holding Course Tickets sec ure good seats, the doors
btiug open ui 7 o'clock for their admission.
Tlie boi Office nl not be oeu till hall past 7.
T ckets c:in be hd at the Bookstores B ainard's. and af
the Lecture Conuuitleti. FAi ETTB BROWN,
U. F. HEIXOTTO,
WM. F. SMITH,
nox2S Lecture f ommittee
Fair and Supper,
HOPE ENGINE COMPANY,
No.' 8. will bold a Fair ad Supper, at 3WO
liKAV'S AHilOkY. tS
On Thursday, December 16, 1858.
FAIR in the A fteinoon and Evenin? to conclude with
DANCE and SUPPER.
C.?" Ticket, ad i ittiug Gentlemm and Ladies tn entire
Fair, Ball aml.Sup:er. $i,uo. Aitrruoon Tickets, 25 cnts
each. 5 Good Music will be in attendance.
COEMITTEE OP ARRANGEMENTS.
Habt, I. C. Vail, D. W. MoIntyiie.
F. Bolt 2,
P. R. LvtvULTT,
F. W. MlDDLETUN,
F. W. MARStlXLES.
Y0U.G CllIiiSTlA ASSOCIATE.
npIIE Lecture Committee Lave the hon-
or toannounce that anangements have been completed
for tt.e followiug Course ul' TEN HIGHLY POPULAR
LEi TUBES u b- dWtvered at MELODEON HALL:
IV. Dee.9 rr. I. G. HOLLAND, (author of Tilcnuibs
Lei ters,) of SpriugtiH Id , Mass. Subj ect "American Social
V. IVc I4-Rev. W. H. MILBURN, (the Blind Preach
er.) oi New York.
VI. Dec. 11 Rev. WM. HOGARTH, ol Delioit.
VII Jan 11 Prof. B. SILL1MA N, Jr.. Yale College.
Subject 'Electio-Magnetic Telegraph The Atlantic Ca
i'.e." VIII. Jan. 25 BAYARD TAYLOR- Subject Life
in the North."
IX. Fb. 1 GEORGE SUMNER, Esq , Boston: Sub
BP" Lectures tocommence at o'clock.
The eminent talents of the Lecturer, at d (he varied and
interesting subjects ol which they treat embracing Tray
els. Literature. Science, &c will, it is confidently ex
pected, insure a largo attendance and thus assist the Asso
ciation in supplying its Library with new books.
The f'olh wing low scali of prices will be charged for
TICKETS, which may )e obtained at the Bookstores, at
B mi nurd's, of the Lecture Coinniiltee, and at the door ou
iheevooiugsof the Lectures:
Course Tickets single $1,50
" " admitting a Geut.eman and Lady.... 1!,50
" lor extra Lady 50
I. W. BROOKS, J. K. C SLFEPER,
J. E. INGEHSOLt, E.G.BENEDICT.
W, -! PALMFiH. h-ttnrt Committ
100 BUSH. OP PURE REAPED
l-VVy Timothy Stied just received at the Cleveland
J. STAIR a SON.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
fresh supply of Canary, Hemp, Rape, Miilett. Letucc,
and Maw Seeds, all of which arccleuu and tmre. If
ou wish to keep your Buds healthv.feed them upon noo
nt clean pure seed. For sale mixed or separate.
J. STAIR & SON.
No. 6 Ontario street.
WYLUSING RED TOP OR BOG
DESTROYER Tins -s the rrost effectual grass for
subduing marshland known. It will yield trom two to three
s-uiui ui K,inm uay lu uie acre. crsaie oy
J. STA1K St SON.
TTENTUCKY BLUE ORASS, OR.
chard ras. and Bed Top Seed of pure quality can
uno.B ifc iuuuu . UlllinO 811 eel
1. STAIR k SOJs.
. STAIR & CO.
105 Superior SI
Have received a Magnificent Stock of
"RUKFALO ROBES. GLOVES.&c.-
The attention of Ladies is particularly called to our
upciiur aaauriraenL or
LADIES' FAXCY PURS.
Purchased this season during the rreat degression of the
ma rsei oi tne most ceietiraled Ka stern Manufac ur.
ers, at prices UNPRKcede.NTLY Low Our assortment em.
bracHs vcrv lesiral.le variety, and are at! made ni in the
MOST FASHIONABLE STYLE. We are prepared to
. Below "Panic" Prices.
Hari'li: tt uractlcal lTiirr er in nnr mnnl.w wo n nr
pireu 10 rariM or repair all Kinds of Furs, m a suoenor
maniier. J ne h gh reputation awarded to our Furs for
ytjuit, piai wiu oe iuuy mainiatDeu.
a. STAIR ft CO.
THE SEW YORK TRIBOE, 1SS3--1S59.
THE New York Tribune, now more
than seventeen years old which was the first journal
u wunu iuai appoareu fesuianr m an imperial eignt
page sheet, at so low a price as two cents, and which has
attained the unparalleled sgeregate of mors ihan 300,0fi0
robscriptions respectfully adieus its share of the patron
age which the Metropolitan Prt&n is bencelorth to receive
Wuhin the present year, Thi Tbibune baa nnnided
itself with a new and faster Press, at a rnt of iii ra-t
merely that some ot our subwrnliers may receive iheir na
pe rs a mail earlier than they otherwise mignt do. With
correspondenu at the most important points throughout
the cinhzed world, and a slatf of writers chosen frem
amomr the best m the country, we believe that eren those
whodisliktstlie politics of our sheet, concede to it frank
ness in ar.iwmg its convic'ions and ability in msintaiumg
them. We appeal, then, to those who believe that an in
creased circulation ot The Tribune would conduce to the
political, lnlelltciual and moral well-being of the Repub
lic, to aid us in effecting such increase.
The Daily Tri use is nrm ted no a lam. im rn-i .h..t
anrt published every morning and evenine, (Sunday exoept
ed.) and mailed to subscribers lor six dollars ottr aauum m
advance; $3 for six months.
The Si!I-Wfei.t Tribune ic nuhlil.o MnTTTre.
DAY and FRIDAY, and ooula ins ail the F.liron:.! nf iho
paily, with the Cattle, Horse and General Markets, relia
bly reported expressly for The Tribune; Fore gn and Do
most ic Coirepondenre; and during the coming session ol
Congress, it will contain a summary of Congressional dc-.
intrs, wilh the more imoortant speeches, it will nti .-nn.
tain a nrst-clas Novel, conn rued from nnuiher :o number,
thus affording a lirat-rate family newspaper t those wno
prefer not to take a Daily.
OneCoov. one v ear. ti eut
TwoCopies, one year 5 19
Five Copies, one year tl 28
Ten copies, oue year (to one address! ...'........00
TfTE NW Vorv Wsn.v Tmaiip.i lortr mcrl.t. n
paar, for The country is pnutished every Saturday, and
COntaiHS Editorials! OH th iniiuifiam tn..u.a .' Iha i ,mam
the news oi the week interesting corresponoence fmui all
parts of tne world; the New York Caitlo, Horse aiid Pro-
uuce niarsets: liiterestnitr ui re ia a Pu itia Mos-ham.
cal and Agricultural ai titles, Stc.
T V IM" S
Oi;e copy, one year , $2 Mt
Three Copies, one year 6 1)0
ive uopies, one yv.a. 8 DO
Ten copies, ot,e vear , 12 Oil
Twenty Copies, (toi.ne address.) at rate of $1 a year,.. 20 00
Twenty C'upiet, (to address of each subtc ioer.andauy
laryur numoer, at tne rate ol 91,20 each.) 24 00
Any persin sendinr us a Club of Twentr or more. wil he
entitled to an eiracimv. We contmiiA ti.twuii Tuvr U. t-v
1 1 Hiuufft; 10 nereyuien ror 91.
Suhscnptions may commence at any tn. Terms, al
ways cash, in advance. When a craft ran be procured, it
much safer tl.ll to ri nut hunk hilU a ll Uti-r. t.i
auureseu l tlUHILK UKtbLKY & CO.,
Tribune Buildings, Nassau street, New York.
THE TRIBUNE AI.1WAXAC. f-r tkl.it mntmnino th
F.iection Returus. and the usual mat? or. will be tiuthsLe!
about Christmas Pnce IS cents; 12 cip;e, pusUpuid, fur
1; luucoDies. poi-paiu, a. Auoess aa tQJVi.
norl dltaw enwtit
HAVE ARRIVED THIS r!
MORNIjNU, by Express another Urge p I
assortment of t J
Ladies should call soon, while our assortment is complete.
decl E. STAIR fc CO.
UFFS. Those Muffs have
come. Ladies who have been waitinc
tiiemcaa now be supplied.
ueci a. srAiit at ui.
BATS, CAPS, FIRS, ic.
T. S. PADDOCK.
rFHANKFUL for a Lileral Patron-
JL a edunmr the last filteen years, ii happr to annonnca
that he hasacaiD become a caiididate'for public p;itronae,
and may be found al No. 'ill Sopenor street, next djor to
Best a Freeman s, wnere ne ia receiving a (ull na elegant
HATS, CAF3, FURS,
wans' Down and Fur Trimmings,
tfuttaio and fancy itobes,
Ladies' and Gent's Fur Gloves,
Trunks, Carpet Bags,
AP TRIMMINGS. UMBRELLAS, ami nv,rv .H.l.
usually kept in the best Fashionable Retail Establish
ments It is bit desian to ileal far Cash alone, and 1 will sell at
prices which will make it an object for the citizens and
public to give me their trade.
Hats and Caps made and repaired to order.
Particnlar attention paid to Repairing LadieV Furs.
oc30 T. S. PDDOCK
BOARDING The House No. 24
Fubbc Souara. and by the Stona Church am nf th
pleasante local imis in the city has been thoroughly re
ea, auu is now open iot nuarueri. ain.l.let wtsnilif to
Ornish thrir own rooms, can be accommodated with ltrm
convenient room and Oed-rooma; and Si -title Boarders
Day Muarders will Hud pood accommodations, on rea
sonable term. Ladies not excladed. Reference given and
received. nuyJS d3m 219 S. W. RURR1TT.
FLANNELS, WE HAVE JU.T
completed our assortment of FLANNELS, which
comprises every grada and color, at nnusnallv low prices.
sepfi Cot. Superior street and Pnblic Square.
INEN TOWELING A LARGE
I assortment mhjg a. RAYMOND b CO.
PANADA GRAY CASSIMERE. for
J eentkmen, W. WAR HEN'S.
For Sale or Rent.
BINDERY FOR SALE. For sale,,
complete Bindery, couistntg of a Ruling Machine
Cutting Machine, Press. Sr c;,rs, Stjimpire Tools, Plough
and every thing uece-sary to carry on a Bindery to aUvan
tage. These Tuuia will i-e sold at a low nsure 1'i-r cash
ocim vuures ( A. Dl.AN.
LOT FOR SALE. A ksirable Lot
consisting oi one acie, situated near the Female Sm
wary, ior saie cneap, ana on easy terms, inquire of
st15 BOUSE fe JENNINGS.
FOtt KENT a desirable front OF
F ICE on the second floor, near the Merchant' Bank
on So pernor street.
ROUSE ft JFNNTNGS,
Heal Estate Agents.
FOR SALK CHEAP AN INTER
est in the Fixtures &c., of a Manufsetuiinif Establish
ment pau.g l(j pr e t. price J7iV lor which good
western lands will be taken.
Address P. P., Drawer .QnjunU: Jti 5
LYUAN LITTLS. HIRAM H. MTTLK. KLI H. KKTX8.
LITTLES & KE YES, Dealers in
REAL ESTATE Office, ove r t Superiors!., Clev
laud, O , iiave cou slant ty on hand a iurzr: quanfi' j ot ver
giKxl Farming Lands in Iowa and Wiecuusiu, which wewill
m low lor Cash, or exchange for Perstmul Property, Crt?
or Counlry Real EsTate mhb dtf 5
FOR SALE. Four farms
in vicinity ot Cleveland price trom $ lu to $5, OoD.
AUo, several HoUMts and Lots m the City tor sale very
Also, a Woolen Factory, Saw Mill, six Dwelling
Houses:.ndlacrtjsof laud al B -diord, l'nilesout osC.
It P. R. R , TVhicnwe wiAasefloa longtime r will ex
change hr city property.
Also. Saw Mill, Cording Machine, Ho use and 30 acres o
lard, 25 miles out on C. kM.H. R , at Aurora.
Also, 3 fine family lioiBta. aud seven! second haa
Wasousand Harueses. A Uiur sale very cheap and a ton,
credit will be given if desired.
Also. SMverul good Houses to rent.
in..t.Mtf 5 UTILES & KEYFS, over68 Snp .
QCIIOLARSHIPS FOR SALK IN
kj? thhostCommerciaiColUgesiathecouatry. Callai
ClIO Ann iVONEY ADVANC-
ylVijVVy v ED Insnms tosatt at the old
stand and well known WAGNER'S OFFICE on Gold and
Silver Wati hes, Jewelry, Diauionits, Guns. Pistols, c
Busiuess strictly private. O (lice No. 3 Water St., corner
Superior (up stuirs) established in 1851. Opcnlrom 8 A
M.toeP. M. Wotches mid Jeweirv for sale at bargains
Tny1?-iHf Onn rr!TT,rrirT Br Pi(lr
H10 THE LADIES. VVre have just
J received a lare and choice lot of new Ribbons. Flow
en. Feat. -erg, and some choice anit new materials to
WinterBonnets.allofwhich have been bought very che
and will be sold at '23 PKtt cent lesstha.n ubmeb pbick
Call early and make a selection wli;W the atsurtment
complete. At tSHA W ft Co.'s,
deed 129 fiunerior
f CARPENTERS TOOLS. The larff-
est and best variety in Ilie citr fur sale by
H. K. RA YNOLDS, Nf 8 Supe-ior St.
HOUSE TRI.MMIiS'GS, of every dea
enptiou. variety style ant) prire forsalc by
H. K. HAYN'OLDS, No. Superior St.
1 OOO KEGS OP SUPERIOR
A.mJVJJ HAILS Ot all sizes snd qualities, for
7 tale h. H If UlVNr.l IIS
H. Jt. HAYNCLDS.
No. 8 Superior St.
IliUjN AJNi ll!ilUlj. At Out a
A. load , for sale by
KXillAViMi AND LITllUGliAPIl 1 SO
BRAINARD & BURRIDGE, WOOD
KNUKAVKKS AUU i.lillOGRAi'ilKK3 B.nk
trHat.Cieve Anl. O
ii . KomcsLOW)
Maufuctrjrpr ol'all kinilsof
SMALL SIAUHINfcRY. I.ATHKS, MODELS,
Rolling Mills fur Jewelers and Dentists
SEAL AND OTHER PRESSES &c.
TURNING AND KIN1SHIU GENERALLY.
M Supvnor street, Amarh-an Buildings, ) Clerelard, O.
Odoobii. rim Weuiell HoiiMO I aiis tf i
VTOTICE. EXCELSIOR BRECK-
i.1 ENRIDtiE COAL AND CARBON OILS The
undersigned would salt to those whoile:.! in rnal r,nii r lrlvin
oils, tht he has mtue such armngemcnis as will enable
him to furnish those who boy Lamps of him, with as good
an article of
COAL AND CARBON OILS.
As there is manufactured in the ronntrv Vi ih hnrrcl nr
gallon Fluid. Coal, Carbon a'id Keresme LAMPS lor
site Mt wholesale at New Ynrk T.rir? tminht n.l.l.l m.a
CO Outarlu St. nov22 R. LAW.
QAMPHENB, CAKE ON & COAL
h. LAW S LAMP STORE, 60 Ontario St.
Also, the best Self-Generating Spirit Gas Lamp in existence.
Besides a lane aswrtmenl of Lainn &1 tsr rant rhaiiur
Burning Fluid. General Notices.
MONEY TO LOAN-S800 for three
years, secured by firsl-ciass rem estate.
12 Ontario, corner ol Michigan street.
DISSOLUTION THE CO-PART-NCliSHlP
heretolore exitfine' untlnp th mnu. nt"
Roberts fe Kitswoith. is lh:s davdlssolved bv mntnni cnn.
e"t. ROBLRTS ft ENSWORTH.
CleTeIan.1, Nov. 4th, INS.
formed a co-paitner-hip, in ih firm l aine oi Kxnchnn ft.
Enswonh and take the entire bnstness. ami &a nil r-iuimi
against the late firm of Roberta Js Luswgrth.
, , i- P PTNCHON,
ClerelanJ. No. 4th, 168. J. KNSWORTH
New City ttirectorv.
TN CONSEQUENCE of the recent re-
J numbennsrol tht streets nf thix Pitv rhua ramisn.
all former Directories useless the auhscribers will usne.
donas the &mn winter, (or as soon as the nnmbtriufr oi
the strteiB is completed,) a
New and Complete Directory
Of the Names and Residences, according with the new
qquukti Dr. Also, in cuniieitiou, m
COMPLETE BUSINESS DIREOTORV
Arraueed a'phabetieaiiv ; besjdo, other uilornution por
laiiiiiijr to the public. y
It it iDtended tUat this Ihr.-terv shall h.
every panicuiar. r
4. It. WILLiSTON & CO.. Pnblisam.
novg (1 208
No. 112 Superior Street.
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THIS POPULAR Art Association
now in its Fifth Year of unparalleled success hsi iu
THK VILLAGE BiAC KSM ITH. will oow issne ccJJi
(to snt(M:riliers ouiyjon heavy plaia paper, M by 2a uit he
on the followniff
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Every person remittinpTHBEE Dollars, will receive a
copy oi the superb Sloel Eriraviiig, alter Hernutt'a cele
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An elvganily illustrafed quano M;ig..zii.e. Jtut Vret
Season Tickets oi" Adaiisst- a to the l-stn-a (or Dussel
durtl ) aid Wstern Galleries oi the Assoc ,itt.u.
Thre will als4t be pivt-n in the subs -r b.;is, several hun
dred Valuable Works of Art, consist u g at hoe
Oil Paintings, Bran a Sculptures, 4a
From ce'ebrated American ard FoTeisn Artists, FfeM-rio-tions
will be rctifured up to January 1-t. lCft. on the even
mir of that dote, tae Frcmnims wi I be. Awarded to &ub
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5)C. aSpecim.:n copies sent to the wirhtm; to subscribe oo
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OSSIAN E. DODGE, Exclnsire Aaent,
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J WISH TO SKCITR-R A COPY of that eleeant En-
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$3 tfire the ltd of January, 15. S.vacimen copies of lh
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o20 USSIAN E. DODGE. Asw.t.
E STRAY Came to the Premises of
th sulwcnber, on the 15th lost., a
BLACK AND WHITE COW,
For which an owner is wanted. Inquire snt end of Oro
sirem. oummuiwt. rAiititK KliNiSfcif.
APPLET0U, TEACY & CO
WALTBAM. MASS.. MANUPACTUSERS Or
Patent X.ever Watches.
THESE SUPERIOR WATCHES are
made bv the aid ot new and original marhin ry, ex
ressiy uesicnetl to secure, with a low prick, a i:ne.,
UBSTANTIAL, RULIABLF. TIME-KEEPER. The
movements are m:w in construct ion, and arp pronounced hy
ihM highest aothorities to he FAULTLESS IN PRINCI
PLE AND Qt'ALU Y, and have been proved by the most
eiactirf, tesU to be reliable and aifailne in action. These
Watches are nianutaciureu entire fr n crude materials, n
single establishment, by com ecttd and auiform piocessea
the maeufactory being organized upon the same system
thattvis been adopted la tbe production Ol the unequaled
American nre-anns, wmca enaoies to prouuee a move
ment at OE-HALF the price oi any foreign rooveine:.t ot
tne santeuuahtyi and we guarantee the perfect ptrfunaaBce
for ten years, oi every Waicb manufactured hy us.
ALL UKi!,HJ WAltHH.aAHb JMAU B Y MjlflU
the Ameiican Watrhes bt?imr l hti aula tinea made bv i
chmery, upon a ntnlorm system tima?h ut. Naly ail
hand-made Wa'ches are d' fecttva, and are eontinuaily
Unc out of ordeT. In manv parts ol the Cfuntiy, it is im
poaslble to tibd .rood W trh rciKtirtnu and W a tell repairma
always uncurtain and ei;easive. The introducliom ot
Amencas watches tiip is.-s i i ois aim'iuity, cui ioihtt
MEKcHiNTa.ii witll s Wiiti h-alealers. can keeo Watches
a part of their mcUueus stifle, ami thus supply thev
customers with a sew stafls, which msy be usd as any
other art io la. without mv story or knnibuf. Sold by I he
tradegenerally. and bv ,
BOBBINS APPLETON, Oeneral Amenta,
sendftw 3ra ill ins 15 Maiden Lane, Naw Yor
EMBROIDERED MUSLIN COL
LARS New Si vies of Embroiderel Collarsiust ree'4