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rPBLUHBV DAILY, TII-WKZKLY fc WEEKLY, T
E COWLES & CO!?
M Superior street.
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er ver. and ONK DOLLAR for six months They also
oikf the following inducements to clubs:
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cli copy, to Clubs, whore the name ot the subscriuer is
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fee Club for his trouble.
Invariably in Advance.
BPeoaifomsrdinrorders for .yubsrript.os., without
nut err'- tr. nacAive nr t Ten tion.
"tFgg & Counsellor
Vl!Wr. s n.APP A.TTORNEY AT
JTlAW id NOTARY PUBLIC. Otnc. over MrBriue
Drue Store. Brea, Ohio-
U HOOKS, BOARDMAM &
g. AT rOHN KYS A 1 law
At water Bi
... c..ni-l,.r t Clevelaual. OHIO
D. W. BBOOKS. W. 3. BDARDMaM
WILLIAMSON & KlUDL-Li, Ai;
TOKNEVS AT LAW. OfBc.
Cleveland. Oiuo. orV&1.E
CHARLES 0. BALDWIN - ATT OK-
and Coonselo, t Law-Offi.-. 21
A Al ' LAW, Office m Commercial Baua.
A' SPEK,J F ATTORNEY AT LAW,
&WaYr . ritual,. Ohio. Oik-i M
LOSS OF TP:ETII. A new and elo-
Jii ,o actl m, penccay luerl. auO ! ini.
ChWre?.Tt". !c.;olatod durm .1- ma and
"cjESiSi KM of rnn, .T;1 Arte . l r-avjd
BoomsorerChorchiir. Drug S Ji( pa,,ljl. tt;jre
novl, - .
R B F. ROBINSON HAS RE-
mored nit wii " - : i..,1ib
Wood st . lonr doom Nonii onu. ", Y.,7.ui..
w,llbohappvtoll ol nisioraiei -i
erswbo ma need hie srrvi
TAGIN'STfPlOURIAN Mills Flour,
1 In-incib!. .uh the co.
Boui.l. Eitta FLOUB
WHITE ROSE MILLS,
D011W. Eitra FLOUB
CLEVELAND CITY MILLS.
MALVERN MILLS, rlwR
Rrtail. a.id de'iered in any part of
the City tree, hy M pr.BRY t fp ,
Ku 116 S 118 S twrinr irpei.
fAA BBLS. EXTRA FLOUR,
"00 BBLS. SUPERFINE FLOUR,
100 BBLS. FINE FLOUR,
10 TONS BUCKWHEAT,
" . For a, . b, A. M PERRY CO
XX OAT MEAL at A M perry CP 'S
A. M. PERRY & CO,
1LOIII J) El Li E It Si
No. US Sc 118 Superior Street,
TTAVE bow in Store, 1.00C I Barrels
ajaQ K&gs uuuoiu r. r.
Which is for sal at the lowert market rates.
We fhall t3aiy refirnm Flr freU Spnth
and iron runrfTai niuin, ami iiu uu m
otject for purcUaseri to deal with n.
C All Floor sold by na will prove as we r?p
rtETEEATiD, Ort ft). lcM oc30kw
i K FLOUK Just received, a nico
lot of Rye ItMir tor sate, ax wnoiesai auu no.au.
! No. 70 Merwtn cireet.
T & V. WEITZ WHOLESALE
I - .. n.rii niTi m flAiir Vt-ed and tirain. five
Tji.w.t rn..r snrl vaIIdw OuroMKil. All
orders tilled ou short notice and d;Uverfd to anT part
Cue citv tree oicnaxga. vu"v -
J" ORTH WESTERN
In connection with People's Line of Prorelle e.
Good Forwanied Daily without Transhipment.
Wale eh, MtstiKY & Co., Buffalo.
CLAfit, Pattkm & Co., New York.
C. V. CLABE. - IA"TK
For Freir ht applt to
J. J MAS? BY. i 1
Corner Dork St. and Lou harf. ButThlo.
C. V- CLARK,
No 5 Ceti-9 Sup. New ork
n a CKR. y; Pier. A
Mark Park area
Earf River, N. V-
N W. T. Co ," Ship Daily, P e
, HUGHES t CO, Area.
t level and. tlh:f
CLEVELAND. DETROIT AND
J LAKE SUPEklOK LINE.
The favorite fastest steamer
North Star, B. G. Sweet, Master
The splendid new Screw Steaaier
Northern Light, Join Spaulding, Master
The well-known Propeller
Th, nn ruber aii 1 charactf T of these Boals wilt he a suffi
cient euarantoetothe puli:v of peei, s:ilety and priHnfi
uess in rarryiug passtnsers ana ireiijn o an poinii
for paasenew it affor.lt areater comfort and speed tha
(is ever rfu mn-mi - , ;
fcnr passage, ircigiu HANNA gAKKETSON fe CO.
The Kortuern Transportation Co
WILL, DURING THE PRESENT
season run their well known and popu lar line of
FIRST CLASS STEAM PROPELLERS AND
SA II. f A (i fcaai '
RearularW between ocueu share It aiul oswepo, ad the U
1H Lakes, formiue a ... , ,
l)aly Line between Ogiensburgk and Osvego
and PortM on Lake Erie !
And a Trl-Weekly Line between Orde aslmtpr1 and Oswepo
and P.irt on Lake Michigan ! r.nauctioje a: 0ienbui
with tho oedensburyh and Vermont Vn tral Route ! I
tween Oederishurtrh. Burhtirtin, inird, MuurUrUT
Lawrence, Nashua. Lowell ana B'lu; aud at Oswejro
with Hvev k Crawford snew Osweso Uite of Thirtv First
Class Canal Boats, (large size,) on the enlarged raiial
tweenOsweco and New York, thus aHortiinc a Regular,
Soeedr and Chcip Route, with but one traashipmeut
tweea Boston. New tngkand and New Vo.k Mid the West!
This rumpuiv hanr.? siade the most ample arrange
nectaat Osteite for lork and Stotarefacihtjewith al-un-d-nt
arcomtnoda'ion for hand liner, assort me and Shipping
V reurht. 'jpon the plan praiNUce.. at oedeiAMiurjrri.can rnar
aetee the saie, prompt anl inect delivery ot alijiruperty
entrusted to its care. " , v , .
This Line rrnmects a? ClevtMand with the Northern)
Transportation Lice of Canal Boaifoo the Otno ( anal,
line ol Propeller to Like Scpen.... and with Railroa:
Colnmbus, Cincinnati, liidianap -i.e. Louisville and
AGENTS AND COMCNEES:
J Myers, J 3 Coromi u m Kimball, 1M State tt.
J. L. Warner, i Slip. S Y.-rfc, HKa. Mass.
Uco Clark, 113 Broad st,iCniwi..rd !k Co., Ofdnsjh
V C. Hotct.J New York I New York.
Hover fc Crawford, Oswego j Wm. T. Walker. Toledo,
NewYork. IE- R Mathews. Detroit, Ma
Mather fc tjo., Chicago, HI. IBarrlay fc Co., Milwaukee
Locker fc Co., Racine. J.F. Kirklakd, Shetovg
Chambtrlia, Crawford &Co., Clcvclaiid.ft
Ucol (Estate Vgcncg.
BlAL ESTATE OVFlC.
O.fllWATIR STEIST. (LATE C.A. A LAD CO.'S 1A1.
LANDS IN IOWA, WISCONSIN,
Mtchtran and IHinoif .forsale from $2,50 to sui.nrspe
acre for cash and on lonccredits. Also Cut property. Farm
mad LandMn Ohm for sale and exchanre . Loai ner4is
and Ttwv W.TTn;t(vt-H!nTr wf ri
ENGRAVING AND LITHOGRAPHING
BRAINARD & BTJRRLDGE, WOOD
ENURATERS AKD LITHOGRAPHERS
E. Co, vies & Co., Publishers
CLEVELAND, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3, 185S.
-Office No. lit Superior Street.
"1 01111 3 J
1 Shilling per week to City ut.erlbtia
Fire Dollar, per year to !l all !-b.rrlfccr
ANIEL W. DUTY would re-
oertfollv rail th alteotion of ll p-rs-ns not in
and, acl wi.L'.ur. to procure anything in his line, to his
New Si vie of Banal Usket.
i, m-ide l:?lit ..J ronremnit f transportation, nutting
ct-uuu .11 late, mcu, B, UW UIUUOU 1U .
t uuJ cuasie tl ie. lie uaalD..- pleasure oi la.iwiry; iu
iv .wet 'Hi lu., moat univ.rK, admiration aim approval.
be d lo m; a en to uo apj rciiucu. a uwiuv,
smlnie:,l ol '-I',
Comiuon Styles of Wor.l noi Metal Cothna,
t .iv 9 nrtlv oil hand. lot,-'i.. r with a creat Tunny .i
SHIUfl'l", a..d 1K1MM1N" t- lnaod.tioo l iDe aou.
aim rtKl,l In ntn.iatt kli, tmnn
tup ,!ie i h r-i'ir "aii m I iiteta, to all p.rauia u
iin nrprit,iii. Jw.. .
gyoffi. e N , Enestr. .' iirBumi
IKfc; IKONS AND STAM)&,
01; N MENTAL CO L VASES,
J OI.DISfG FEXDER3,
W1RK rillE OL'ARDS,
at FUUU, LNsWUUTH dt CO
2,1 Crm-kt-r.- ui.,1 H.,um-fnrnliing Stcre.
EANCIS H. ELLIOTT J
Raton, a. B TlUBl re. Jusllce ot lt,o f'eaoe, LieYeiauu,
Cuyahtgu i.un:y, w.w.
Defendant is utitied, that at
Krst.) f it'.Kiuttt.a u.'u-reMdeiii drbior, for the
i, j, i
. ....f bi.-uir: nU lllirii-li- .w-iuu
He Ik ktrl ui J.f "16 n ti.e lMli
xi IDA A
f I)4-c- mt.er. at 2
ivt'0 3u-2W t; V
. H L'N r, hifc All r.
XyiGS," HAIR WORK,
81I1VIXC AXD HlIR-lliiliSSlMl SALUU.x.
Wedell Hmafi rilock. Bnk St.
ToaL oil. i.i.ni'Si
UJ I IXL OIL. Toll Oil is u'lreif ir-e ironi
uou will bum in ih,Beiwou and MlTick Oil Lamp:
i, hMt niiiin mnnuiaciured in llii countrj . For aie
at No ft Ontario street. novl Lj"
fNlTEl ISTATKS AN1 FOKlslun
T" itu VT m?T?TPT aV.Xr.Y OP
1 ivisite V etdU Honse, binV street, ClfTeland. Oh
W. H. BtiKRIIWB
T D. FISHEK, XQYLIC
for C yahnca tonnty. and LADand t-fcfc.KAL,
AUK NT. attends to all Notarial bunes; ntwo. nt-f
Loaua: sella wnd eicfcansea City and Coaom Heal Lstate,
ti'..iam i.anf s. i : I o mi Kr-nu ana money: iu
Tttioc- itr iws iwd Morteaees. Leases, c He-
member the' Oflife, No. 3 Superior" stretL, m O, Cutter a
vim iflirtir. over JiurrcT ts naruwarv amic. aoutr-u
THE OLD DQMIXIOX COFFEE POT
H&a hecome a houschfld word.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Makes ft beverage delicious ss nectar.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Takes less Coffee than any other.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Nerer fails to do its work nght.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Gives a healthy berarnge.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Is a friend to Dyspeptics.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Makes husbands hajpy.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Makes wivei good-natured.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Is the cook's delight.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE TOT
Sends smiles to the breakfast table.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Prevents matrimonial t!iscords.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Gives the Arabian berry in perfection.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Is bared upon science and common sense.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Is used ty all rood hoase-keepers.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT,
3 pints, 2 quirts, 3 quarts, 4 quarts, ana a quarts, is 101
FOGG, ENSWORTH b CO
?35 and 237 Snpen,.r St
China, Crockery, Glas Ware
A IS U
haTine united theirtwoes-
tat. ifiimcuts. and now oc-
cupsing TWO STOKES
Seiietl & SupfriOr
fe OHIO, ji:JS. WulJ respeci ly invite
''tiMAas, about eometo'loneketp-
ins. as well as stnuieers ti-uius j- o w..,
amine their linoo'nte slock oi me .save nauieu
hicb comprises me
Largest ana Kicuest pwca t v..... we,.
T wi a -ai.j.
We have on hard complete assortment of
WHITE IRON-STONE WARE,
Of the finest qnali'T. warranted not to crack or torn yellow
irom not water, auu iui sate iu
Sinner, Tea, and Breakfast Sets,
jt the sintrlt? piece, as low a? can be bonrht in the
have also twenty-fire dii'erent patlerniof
Com prism maT new and rerv rifh Sets; and we feel
that we co suit. IN STYLE ANU PRICE,
must fastidious admirers of China. Also, all kirms l
AMD A VARlEfT OF
HOUSE Ft'RSflSHIXG ARTICLES,
BRITANNIA. ALH.VT fc SILVER PLATED WARE;
ZINC AND TIN CHAMKKK SE1S;
ICE CREAM FREEZERS;
TEA-TRAYS, WAITERS, FILTERS, fcc.fcc.
Oar Stock Comprises every variety cf
Chandeliers, Brackets, Drop Lights, Paper
uiass anaaes, ugnteni, o.c.
All orders for Gas FiT'nres and tor r itttnr op Honsis
g.i Fine,, mine ciiv or m iho n.ihbonueu,n. promptly
alien led to.
UPirr.S VERY LOW FOR CASH.
Corn's cirefnlly parted and delivered at the Depot,
ol L haree.
FOGG, ENSWORTH & CO ,
Nasi. 233, 235 & 237 Superior street,
cT,2 Comer of seeera. I LfcTtLAu.
0TJR TJS RIVALED ASSORTMENT
And Gas Fixtures,
For the Fall Trade, is now open, and will be
It Friees that Defy Competition.
FOGG, ESSWORTH A CO.
For Dwellings, for 25 ctg.
At 11. P. HOPmS',
38 Pnblie 8qnro.
"DEMOVAL.-A R. REDDING
a.!j Merchant lailot. nas remoreo nis lau-Tine esranuMr-
ineS to No 35 Prospect St.. ir. Bander's Block? where
will be happy to see his old friends. He is prepsrrd
nnial wmajfceCloUuugia the latest and am tuhionabie
rki DiurppQ -uunt 'V;
w a. i j f ijiic jicicuauii abhui,
OelSBank St. .under theWeddelL keepsconstautly
handachoic- stock ot Cloths. Cassimere and estinni
rhich he will make up m the most approved style.
an -Ti &Z7
TJ THE LADIES We have
L received nlaree and choice lot of newRihbons.
ers, Feat.iers. and some enoice ana new roattnais
wmter Bonnets, all otwnicn n.Te oeeo ooaEiiiTery
Call early and make a selection while the auorimeiit
ttmrelete. . At . SHAW fc Co 's.
decs i Dupenor
CITY & NEWS ITEMS
FUIDAY MOKN1NG, DKC. 3, lttSS.
PLAIN AND OKNAMENTAL PK1NT1NG.
t? Plain and Ornamental Printing of erery descriptio
Jono at the Priming Establishment of the Leadtr OfSce,
on the latest imprivrd and msstraaid steam presses, in the
best style, on short notice, and at reasonable rales. Par
ticular attention paid to blank work. Erery description
of Bnulinz done, especially Blank Books. Ledgers, Journ
als, Sales Books, Receiving Boons, sc., ac.
U. S. Circuit and Distsict Coct. Sentence
has been pronounced against John Cavanagh on
two indictments of both of which he was found
guilty. He wag sentenced to two years in the
Penitentiary on the first charge, and one year ad
ditional on the second, to he served ont after the
expiration of the first sentence.
The case of Russell A. Britton vs. the Ashtabula
and Xew LUbon R. R. occupied the day yesterday.
The action is to recover 23,000 for work done on
said road according to contract. Messrs. Upham,
Belden and Willey for the Plaintiff; Mason and Es-
tep for the defence.
CorjKTor Common Pleas. Nelson Monroe vs.
Wm. H. Willard, on trial.
Southward vs. Merchants' Insurance Co. of Phila
delphia. Action to recover value of property de-
itjoyed by fire at S an J u.sk v City, on trial
MiddlelOQ T4. French. Verdict for Plaiutiff
motion for new trial by Defendant.
Guernsey Bank vs. SteLuins and others. Verdict
Fredericks vs. Coe and others. Thia case, rela
tive to the destruction of the Spy press and type,
has excited some attention, if we ma; judge from
the number of interested spectators. Mr. Coe con-
fessed to the breaking done, and gave an account
of the manner in which be and Bennett performed
the operation. A verdict was rendered for Di
fendants, on the ground that that paper was a nui-
"nee and an obscene sheet.
POLICE Cot'BT. JohtGUl for disturbance COn-
tinned to the 4th.
BHa b Retf for assault and battery, fined $15 and
0 j -
Jerry Collins, James Hogany and John Jones,
for grand larceny, held in $300 bail each, to appear
at the Court of Common Pleas.
The Post Sarnia Homicide. From the De
troit Advertiser we learn that an .inquest has been
he'd upon the body of Capt. Jones, and a verdict
rendered that he came to bis death by the means of
a pistol in the hands of William Tyler. The funeral
services were to take place Wednesday at 10
o'clock, at Detroit. Marshal Tyler is in Jail await
ing the legal examination, which will take place
before the U. S. Commissioner, on the 10th of this
month. Mnch excitement prevails at Port Sarnia,
and mnch feeling against the Marshal is felt Had
he been left at that place, or at Port Huron, he
might have been lynched by the populace. The
sworn statements ot the second mate of the Con
cord, of a man who was on shore near the brig,
and of the man who took Capt. Jones from China
to Port Huron, that he might get to his vessel,
show that the Marshal fired the fatal shot without
cause or provocation. He will be kept in custody
until he can be claimed by the Canadian Govern
ment The testimony shows that Capt. Jones took
the axe to cut the rope of the tug, and offered no
violence to the Marshal, who fired as soon a3 he
stepped upon the railing. The history of the af
fair shows if the testimony is reliable, that the
Marshal committed a most flagrant and unwarrant
able attack. His trial will excite mnch attention.
Melodeon. To-night Alf Burnett gives another
of his elocutionary and comic entertainment, which
are so well worth hearing, at the Melodeon. His
compass and range of voice is extraordinary, and his
skill in rehearsing selections from various authors,
giving the inflections and modulations as the sense
demands, is wonderful. While in his comic cha
racters he would force a hearty laugh from the
most crabbed misanthrope, in some wonderful and
pathetic strain , he would almost draw tears from
Jndge Jeffries himself. Among bis recitations to
night are some from Hamlet, given in appropriate
costume. In this character he is said to be nnsur-
I passed. Let the Melodeon be crowded to-night.
Taeen at his Word. Mr. G , who lives
with his household goods including his wife and
several children upon Lake St., went to his house
yesterdav morninir. takinir a eirl with him. who.
told his wife, was to be his housekeeper. His wife
naturally remonstrated at thus being supplanted
her house, bnt was told by the amiable Mr. G
o "shut up or leave." He then went out with
girl, telling his wife to behave herself when they
came back, or to "leave the house." On returning
lAttl.nmlp.l hnnn llta, fl.A A1J;., U n
I "V uuiwbu, UE1UUUUUIMUIE UimKUt l . . O
bjsd followed his instracUons nd left; bnt the fnn
of the thing is, that she had taken every article
furniture and left the house "empty, swept and
garnished ." Up to last night the deserted husband
had heard nothing of bis departed spouse. He don't
like the arrangement.
Donation. A donation party will be held
the afternoon and evening of the 7th inst, (Tues
day,) for the benefit of the Rev. Mr. Henderson
the St. Clair Mission, to be held at his residence,
Willow Cottage, on St Clair street, near its junc
tion with Frontier. All are invited to attend.
Confectioner v. The establishment recently
owned and occupied by S. C. Whiting A Co.,
241 Superior street, has been pnrchased by
John Schrink, who will be at all times prepared
furnish Cakes, Jellies, Oysters, Ac, Ac., to Balls,
Parties or to private customers. Those desirous
of finding good articles in the confectionary
eating line, can at all times be here supplied with
Ihe choicest varieties, and meet with prompt atten
tion e proprietor of the establishment
dish of hot oyjtera or chocolate is not an nnpleas-
I , o.jvmnanirimpnt tn a walk home from a lertnre
I ni accompamameni 10 a waiK nome irom a lecture
or concert, and Schrink's.is a capital place to
joy these luxuries.
Committee Appointed. At the close of
lecture list evening the audience were requested
to retain their feats for a few momenta. J.
Weatherly, Esq., made a few remarks relative
the importance of the application of the lecture.
and the practicability of such an application in
titioning Congress to establish surveys and obser
vations on the lakes. Philo Chamberlin, Esq., then
read the following resolutions which were adopted
Whereas, Having listened with profound atten.
tion and mnch pleasure to the lecture of Lieut
f. Manry of tne -Naval uteervatory, nasuington,
upon the subject of " extending to the Lakes
system of meteorological observa ions for the bin
ejitof LakeCommerce and Navigation;" and
n hereas, lhe system proposed by Lieuter
Maury, and which has been successfully carried
by him upon the great seas, strikes as as emin fitly
adapted and suitable to the pressing wants anu ne
cessities of our great chain of lakes, and such
should be at once secured : Therefore,
Besotted. That a Committee consistincT of fiv
be appointed to correspond with the leading c.bai
ii.. k;. .a . :
uPn lakea and elicit their CO - opcrutlOQ ID
presentatioQ of memorial to Congress, pn jiuj
that the system of metcorolosicat obsetTaiioDi
Ppoea by Lieut, aiaary De extendea to
great miaou seas.
I J. L. eaLuerly,
P. Chamberlin, Arthur Hugbia
H. B. Tuttle and Levi Rawson were chosen as
Mrs. Sioocr.net Robbed. The house of Mrs.
ex"oey, the author, m Hartford, was brolen
0pen and robbed durine the nieht of the
i nil., me lamuy oem? ftDsent Arucies oi jewei-
' , f . .
ry, rare keepsakes, Ac, to the value of several
I nunorea uoitars were stolen.
JUNIUS, JR. IN NEW ENGLAND.
New England-Her and people-Factories
Hotels-New Haven—Shade—Alma Mater.
New Haven, Ct, Nov, 24, 1858.
Editor Daily Leader : I have been taking
a turn in the State of Connecticut, and suppos
ing a letter or two from the good old State from
which most of the people of the Western Re
solve emigrated, could not be without interest to
your readers. I have therefore suspended my
letters from New York forthe present. I expect
to return to New York in a day or two and tvi I
have something more to say from that poiut.
I have several slices yet for discussion. This
is my third visit to Connecticut ; and I have
traveled the State through its entire length and
New England scenery is beautiful unsur
passed for grandeur and sublimity. Its rugged
hills and barren aspect, its interminable stone
fences, white farm houses, its thriving busy
villages made np of Factories and white Cot
tages all after the same pattern, as if the Archi
tect had built an entire village to order, and
upon the same working draught ; ita stern, ac
Live, able bodied, strong, intelligent men, and
robust, healthy and beautiful women cani.ot fail
to interest the most casual observer.
The Railroads pass through manufacturing
villages, which look thrifty and enterprising,
presenting an almost unlimited amount of white
paint; and when yoo leave the lines of Railroad
and pass up the hills among the farm houses
vou see no less thrift and enterprise. The
farms are generally in a good state of cultiva
tion, and under the strongest and solidest stone
fences. From the highest points j oa can look
offover valleys a far as the eye can carry some
times, and all around you see dotted here and
there the substantial wl ite farmhouses, looking
pleasant and comfortable, and iu the distance
the village with its large factory surrounded
with white cottages and tall church spires.
There are, however, miles of rough barren hills
and mountains where no improvement can be
seen; and in such places the rugged and barren
rocky hills are relieved only by scrub pine, rtd
cedar and white birch. At this season there is
a blue hazy or smoky atmosphere hanging
over the bills, which gives the landscape a solt,
mellow and beautiful appearance. It seems to
be an earnest and serious life battle to compel
from these cold bleak hills a comloitahle sup
port for man and beast; but there is no lack of
comfort, nor any of the conditions which make
life desirable, pleasant, and an upward march to
the true, the good, and the divine.
The people are industrious, earnest, energet.
ic, intelligent, refined and hospitable. The men
generally are noble specimens of manhood,
while the women are of a beauty which is rare
and captivating, possessed of an intelligence
which is above the average of her sisterhood, a
grace which is free, natural and unstudied, and
minds which are stro lg, active and brilliant.
When one beholds the fathers and mothers of
New England, anJ eo;det for moinent nhat
their ancestry must have been, there need be
no further wonder at the results which she has
accomplished for human nature. Look at New
England! she needs no encomium ! 1 here are
her hills, her cities and villages, her farms and
the solid comfortable homes of her people, her
history is the history of the common country;
her ereat men are the property of the nation ;
" ... ,i urn.. .., .,
from among me v inunam wu " kih.uhus
Putnam the bravest of the brave, whose patriot
ism was without bounds, and whose heroism
and generalship was unequalled in the armies
of the Revolution; from among the small farm
ers of New Hampshire sprang the dead Web
ster, whose giant intellect moved Senates and
nations, and added lustre anu renown to me
American name, as well as the living Chase,
Cass and Douglas, whose talents and respective
positions are the admiration of the entire
country; from among the Smithys of Massachu
setts came forth, green and sooty to be sure, but
none the less to be admired, aHurrilt with the
learning astonishes, and a Bnggs and Banks,
whose talents command the respect of all.
Connecticut too baa sent forth her great men,
whose noble lives, heroic action, and high en
deavor has added largely to the sum of human
nrooress; she has her battle fields and bloody
" ,i-:.u u - I.;..,,,-.. ...... l .v.,.-,. i...
memories, vt un sucn a nisiory neeu men; ot
anvthino further said to endear Xew England
to every lover of his country every one having
any patriotism in his composition, and who
loves the principles of liberty which first tcund
utterance upon the barren rock of Plymouth,
and has since been matured by the sweat and
toil of ages, and consecrated by the blood of
patriots until it has given uie, lorra anu cuar
acter of a nation.
The Railroad from Waterbury through Hart
ford east to Providence, after leaving tne Con
necticut Valley, passes through the most bar
ren Dart of the State I have yet seen. The
Bolton Mountain lies directly in its path, and
for miles and miles you see nothing but rocky
hills covered pine, codar, and white biroh.which
look as if their growth was slower than that of
the century plant. The Railroad passes through
the mountain at a place called the Notch, and
the station is called Bolton. After passing the
mountain and to the east 30 miles, you come to
Willimantic. This is a small town witii enor
mous strong stone factories, artistic dwellings,
and small white cottages. It is a place of some
importance, and a large amount of cotton goods
sold in the w est, are manuiaciureu nere. seven
miles to the east of this place is a village called
Baltic. Here is the celebrated Baltic print es
establishment of the Messrs. Sprague, of Prov
idence. This establishment is said to be the
largest in the world. The bnilding is over 900
feet in lemrth. Its prints are famous the world
over. To the rear of the factory as you ap
proach it by Railroad, and across the small
stream which furnishes the motive power, is sit
uated the village, made up of white cot'.ages all
biult in rows, and each like its neighbor. There
is not a single angle, bracket, window, door or
chimney to relieve tne sameness ot tne binls-eye
view which your position gives you of the vil
lage. There are about 1500 inhabitants in the
Tillage. I aaw one other village built np in the
same manner Wauregan, in Windham county.
I presume there are other villages built in the
Windham county is the beet farming count
in the whole State among those I have visited,
if the immediate valley of the Connecticut and
the narrow strip of land called the valley of the
Housatonic be excepted.
Hartford is a beautiful city, pleasantly situa
ted, built up with taste and elegance, and com
pares more favorably with Cleveland than any
other place of my acquaintance. It is an enterprising
city, noted for its manufactures, in
surance companies, and its banks. It has
greater number of good looking men and beau
tiful women than can be found in any other city
of its size in the world. I trust you will not
consider me extravagant or wild, for I say this
upon mature consideration, after a careful com
parison of all that I have seen and read of or
heard abcut the people of other towns, cities,
and countries. This was my third visit to
Hartford. The men are generally good looking,
with a large share of intellect, and sharp,
shrewd, and calculating, and really look the
character they sustain in the world of business.
The women are splendid, magnificent in their
beauty, and are aa intelligent as they are beau
tiful. On Monday evening I stepped intoTuoro
Hail to hear Prof. Benj. Silliman, Jr., deliver his
lecture on the Magnetic Telegraph, and I there
had a chance to see several hundred together at
one time, and I therefore had a good opportu
nity of judging.
I stopped at the Trumbull House, near the
State House, and I am constrained to say that
it is decidedly the best place to sojourn, except
the Wcddell, of Cleveland, that I have tried.
The house is kept in the very best style ; every
thing is in perfect order ; you have large, airy
room?, the best ot tare well prepared, and an
obliging and gentlemanly host. Messrs. Rood
it Prior are the proprietors. Mr. Rood is a con
nexion of the Roods and Stowes of Bracevil'e,
and his wife ot the Wood lords, of V lenna,
Trumbull county, and you will readily set that I
lelt myself very much at home.
While I am talking about . Hotels, I mr.y as
well say that the Weddell House of Cleveland,
is the best kept Hotel thit I have been in either
East or We; t. Its pleasant rooms, gentle-.nan-ly
proprietor and clerks, its attentive servants,
excellent living, and pleasant situation, recom
mend it highly to the traveler, and I think aie
not surpassed in the Hotel world. What I
have said about the International of Xew York,
and now of the Trumbull House and the Wed
dell need not be classed with paid puffs, for I
trust I am not yet low enough to be guilty of
any such toadyism. I pay my bills as utlier
travelers do; and, besides, it was not known
that "Junius Jr." was "among them taking
At the risk of being considered tedious in
these side talks, I must say that the types
made several sad blunders with my letter of the
18th. The most ridiculous ones occurred in
tho paragraphs about friend Briggs and thn In
ternational. Your tvpes make me say about
Mr. B. "vary talk" and of the Hotel "a
great and pleasant place." I wrote "racy
talk" and "a quiet and pleasant place."
The public buildings of Hartford are old and
of not very large pretensions. The State
House stands in the heart of the city, surround
ed by a bin ill yard enclosed with an iron fence,
planted with tress, and to the east of the build
ing is a fountain looking very much lik, a huge
bowl. The Lunatic Asylum and the Wads
worth Alheneum, are buildings which attract
attention. The Atheneum is solidly built of
free stone, and of a pleasing style ol architec
ture. It stands upon the Main street. I sp?nt
a half hour within its walls profitably. It has
a gallery of paintings of much merit mostly
consisting of battle pieces cf the Revolution,
with an occasioned landscape and home portrait
oi the distinguished men of Connecticut. Here
is to be seen the first effort of the celebrated
Painter Trumbull. The Historical rooms are
possessed of a rare interest f jr the historian
and the antiquarian. There is a large histori
cal library, curiosities, antiquities, paintings,
and many objects of interest. There is to
be seen a profile view of the first railroad car
riages which were used upon a railroad in this
country. The train consists of a rude looking
locomotive and tender, and following are three
earriaccs like the old fashioned stage coach.
There are three seats to each carriage insidfe.
which are to hold two persons each, and in
front is an open seat or boot which holt's two
persons to each carriage. The profile shows
the carriages tilled, with profiles of the per
sons said to be to the lite, one or two ot whom
are still living. It is the work of Brown, the
celebrated artist in this line, who became dis
tinguished in his day. This profile view is cut
in paper, and is shown by a black ground.
This train run upon the Albany and Schenec
tady Railroad the first road worked by steam
in the Uoited States. It was built as early as
1829. The Librarian, an aged man, told me
he had traveled in one of those old carriages.
I came down to this city last night. This
city is distinguished for its College, its Amphi
theater Of iims anH lu. '""-r c,ti"""-
stopped at the Xew Haven Hotel and had a full
view of the Green, the magnificent rows
elms, and old l ale, with her long piles ot red
brick, and ber great Churches which are mostly
in and about the Green, lhe elms are truly
grand many of thtui sufficiently grown
couie v.itum tne line oi admiration ot tne
Autocrat, and almost equal to fill up the
measure of his love. They line either side
of the long, straight street; and their long,
sweeping boughs meet over the street, form
ing, in summer, a perfect pavilion; while
on the sides they extend far over dwellings
and buildings. To be sure they are shorn
of their beauty now, and look much like the
ghosts of their summer greatness and beanty,
but one can readily imagine the picture they
present when in the full tide ol a summers'
growth; as well as the comfort they afford the
dwellers in this Elm City.
My stay in this City will be of short, duration,
as the gentlemen whom I wished to see on busi
ness, were not at home. I do not have much
time to look around. A walk np and down
Chapel st. and a turn around the Green, is
the sight seeing I can put in. There are some
fine buildings, some business activity, and a good
deal of evidence of enterprise. I can only look
at old Yale the Alma Mater not mine, but
hosts of our best men throughout the country
some of them the mental athletes of the land.
I can rendily imagine the tender feelings, the
high regard, and the veneration with which
her graduates turn to the okl College, so pleas
antly embowered, and around whose classic
walls, cluster so many historic recollections.
My Alma Mater ! alas, where is she ? Her
halls trere situated within the sylvan shade
the silver maple, and the wide spreading boughs
of a large oak protected me from the "windy,
wintry" blasts, and many a time and oft ten
der feelings well up from the heart's core
calling to mind the pleasant and profitable hours
spent there. Her walls, too, were of brick, but
of no stately proportion. Her professors are
scattered, some gone to the spirit land her
graduates are here and there widely scattered,
and pursuing diversified callings; there are not
many giants of mental or physical proportions
among them; there were no annual commence
ments. No societies with high soundings and
meaningless Greek names, before whom a grad
uate was occasionally invited to play a part, and
amuse the young scholars, who, like a certain
wild Bee, are greatest when first hatched; there
are no reunion of class mates to rejuvenate and
keep green the oasis of the heart. .Nothing
the kind gives to her that eclat which is so com
mon among tho institutions of learning. The
ruthless hand of the destroyer has entered, has
put out the light of learning which burned with
varied effulgence upon her desks, has torn down
her walls, has scattered her bricks and mortar,
and the epot where she onee stood, is as the
open field nothing marks the spot, where,
my onee timid and childish mind, stood
much greatness and magnificence. My Alma
Mater was a country common school; and her
Halls were but a small brick school house.
These reflections have come unbidden, called
forth no doubt, by the associations of the place.
I could not resist the temptation to write them
The Colleges, so called, of the land, are wor
thy the care of the guardians of education and
the men of scholarly attainments; but we
should always be careful not to magnify them
so much as to shut from onr view the Common
School House, which is in fact, the Coljcge
the people, when the men of the real business
energy the men who carry forward great enter
prises, who control in politics, the farm, the
workshop, are educated, and where the basis
laid upon which all self-educated men build.
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THAVET.INO DRESS GOODS,
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Memmac and Cocluro PKINTS, at S cent pr yar.L
French do at one aluilittx. oex yard.
Attention is invited to
On Cheap Tables,
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We wish it distinctly undeMl'ud we arc NOT TO HV
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Which is superior to any ever offered in this
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OFFER to the citizens of Cleveland
and ncuiltr their LAki.E and FASHIONABLE
STOCK OF FALL AND WINTER GOOLS-nv,uj
-"it. i c .it. isioh aiyies oi
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CAPS, of the latest and most approved styles, for Men,
Boys and InianU; a'so,
CHILDREN'S FANCY HATS,
And a most magnificent assortment of
Ladies' and Children's Fancy Furs,
Received within a few days, consisting of
Large fall Capes,
- - .ear atantuaeturer", and of all tb. iVf-rent
kinds of Far now worn in this count ry ;
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In great abundance ;
GENTS' AND BOYS' FUR,
And other kinds cf GAUNTLETS, GLOVES, and
BUFFALO AXD FAXCY
Iu large qnintilim.
Our stock is equal, if not superior, to any ever
offered in Northern Ohio, and
Will be Sold at Prices to Suit the Times
And Purses of all.
COME AND EXAMINE OUB GOODS, AT
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A RE OPENING A LARGE AND
XX. VALUABLE isTGCK OF
LADIES' AXD CHILDREN'S FURS.
Ladies are invited to call and examine them b-"fore making
t.tv.i uuivuMet, mi mew nu.) zoi superior m
i lKS, BUFFALO KOBES, ic.
IV. Dockstader & Co.,
(Old No. 19 )
SI PERIOR STKEET, New No. Ill,
A RE NOW IN RECEIPT of their
MX. full stock ot
Ladies' and Misses' Furs,
Of the latest and rrrhest styles, of erer Ysriety manu-
' us, uj uio Des. inanuiaciurers
New York, consisting of
Mantelets, Mantillas. Capes, Cuffs k Muffs;
A treat variety Misses' Fare, of all kK-tJa; Ladies' For
Mills an.i Glue. Overshoes and Fmtt Mats
AImi Cloth, Fur, Piush Silk, Giazed, and erery new
" iu uicii , aim L,nii ;rei. a
HATS AND CAPS.
'lush and For Mufflers; Gloves anil Mitts, of For CI
I Buckskin, of ail the styles in murket.
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, Canes, Ac.
500 Buffalo Robes,
By the hale or smxle. blether with fine FANCY ROBES
All of winch wui be Mild as low as c,n be nu. chased at
any noose in the city,
ty An i lamination of our stock is rcsoectfnllr so-
HATS AND CAPS. An
endless variety lor Men and Bovs De- WateA
Bi fable aU-Ies for niwt -a't.',t
ecei.td atr B. Bl'TTS. 25 Sun nor street
So. 12? Superior Street.
(Old No. 25.)
I AM now in receipt of my extensive
and well sulecte 1 stock of
Hats, Caps, Furs, Fall k Winter Gloves, ie
The attention of the Lacttes ia rspectfc!lr inrtted to mi
fine stork of DKKSS FUKS. GLOVKS. MITTS, fcc
which have been select el with rreat rare from the most
approved styles and materials. Mr FL'R liOOM. 1 1 ntt ml,
dnnit? the aopruacuuiff season, shall contain one of the
finest awortneu:p ever otl.-n-d in this ci r, and at prices
HATS AND CAPS
Cannot be surp-isaid. especially in the various (trades of
ovr i r n.in. which nave Duw become such uni
rai iHvurncs. also,
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Tranks, Valises, Bayi and Caabrellas
Constantly on haud, dir-ct fr am m-innfoctories HP He-
ramirwrr m yiace. B. BU I TS,
o-27 (New No ) 123 Sa:norSt.
r:. stair & co.
No. 105 Superior SI.
Have received a Magnificent Stock of
BUr FALO ROBES, GLOVES.ie.
The attention of Ladm i particularly called to our
superior assortment nf
LADIES' FANCY FURS,
Purchased this season dnnut;the freat deprenrion of the
Fua market of the most etehrated Ei stern Manofae nr
er,at prices vsiiif:ljNtlt Low Ourassortmeut env
brc- rerv lesirahle variety, sod are all made a pin tiis
MOST FASHIONABLE STYLE. We are prepared to
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HaTine a practical Fair er in our employ, we are pr -pared
to make ot repair all kinds of Furs, in a "unor
manuer. Tne h-ffh rt-patatioa awarded to oar Furs tor
years past will be ivilly maintained.
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