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E. COWLES & CO.
NO. 144 AHKRICAM BUILDINGS, 8UPEE1CE ST.
VKIRAY MORNISU, DEC. 3, 1S5S.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING.
ry Plaiti uutl Oi uauitiulal Priiitllis "t ever
doue at tlie Pnutw Establishment o. tlie Lrtulcr I th:. on
the latest improved and misu rapa: steam presses, in me
Wststvle. u slwrt untice. awl at reasonable rate Par-
tirularallattBtiaillii mail ' ,T
Hmdm Jue,.pei tally Blank ItH.ks, Ledgers. Journals
Sales B Has. Heceisms Kooss. Jtx.. Stu.
Broad Gauge Railroad to New York.
Messrs. Keunard and Train, sent out by English
capitalists to examine the route or the Atlantic
and Great 'Western Railway, is marked with
much enthusiasm by the people of the principal
towns alone; the line in Ohio They are accom
panied by Gen. Ward, of Pennsylvania, and
other active managers of the enterprise. At
Mansfield, as at Warren, Ravenna, Akron, Ac,
a Urge meeting of the prominent citizens was
heid and much interest was man'if.sted. Speech-
. r ma.U bv Ju.Iua Rartlcv. Gen. Ward,
Gen. Bierce, Mr. Doolittle, Mr. Kenuard, Mr.
Train. Mr. Sherman. Mr. Schenk, of Dayton,
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aid that in passing over the line thus far he
found it much better than he expected far bet-
ter than had been represented by its friends
who made negotiations in Europe. Mr. Train
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said notmng could prevent the contracts from
iH'ing tuUilled, anil llial six cargoes oi lue iron
had been shinned since the closin? of the con-
Mansfield the Board of Directors organized
by re-electing Gen. C. L. Ward, of Pennsylva-
nia. President; and Marvin Kent, of Franklin,
Vice 1'ri'sidcnt. James M. Ward was appoint
eJ Secretary, and E. P. Braincrd, Treasurer.
The Executive Committee consists of President
Ward, Vice President Kent, William Coolman,
William Bushnell, and J. II. Cbaruberlaiu.
The construction of the Broad Guage Road
from Olean to Warren will be an important
event to Cleveland. When this is done, the
Cleveland and Mahoning Rail Road Comparjy
propose to continue the same guage by placing
a third rail ou their track from the point of
crossing tha Atlantic and Great Western Rail
way at or near Warren to this city, which will
give to Cleveland a short, direct, and the only
Broad Guaje railway track to New York enjoy-
ed by any Lake city west of Buffalo and will
open to the West and Northwest an advantage-
ous aud unbroken communication with the Com-
mcrcial Emporium via Cleveland. An addition-
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al rail for fi fly-three miles will make Cleveland
the Lake terminus of the great Broad Guage
and that rail can be put down on the pre-
ent track or the Cleveland and Mahoning Road
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at barely the cost of the iron. This will be
done in time to connect with the first New York it
train on the Broad Guage, and it is now render-
i i ai. a ri - at.. v
ed quite certain that roomy cars, like the IN ew
and Erie, will in due time convey passcn-
gera without change between Cleveland and
New York, making quicker time than by way of
Dunkirk or Buffalo. To the facilities of travel,
will be added superior advantages in the transit
of live stock and freights generally. Success
to the Broad Guave.
Free Negroes In Mississippi
In the cotton portions ol Mississippi the slaves
outnumber the whites ten to one, and free ne
groes are regarded as the worst possible pests.
A bill is before the Legislature to provide for
their expulsion or return to slavery by sale at
public auction. . The very christian bill provides
that free negroes or mulatloes found in the State
after a cortoaa time should be arrested and sold
as slaves at public auction, and the proceeds
of the sale, after deducting expenses, are to be
paid into the State Treasury for the benefit of
the State Library '. This i American piracy
more cold blooded than the worst African.
The Democratic Legislature of Ohio meets
soon in extra session, and the humane Senator
Kincaid might improve the efficiency of his
Black Bill by changing its provisions to the Mis
sissippi pattern. The free colored citizens of
Ohio would not only replenish the State Libra
ry, but would finish the State House, if sold in
the slave marts of a Scate that is legislating to
revive the African slave trade as well enslave
her own free people of every shade of color save
the pure white ! What a stinging disgrace to
the very name of American Freedom is such
The determination to go into the election of
TJ. S. Senators in place of Fitch and Bright ap
pears to be settled. A resolution in the House
that it is inexpedient to go into an election
this session has been voted down, by a vote of
50 to 40. The Journal regards the vote as de
cisive, and settling the question as to the elec
tion oi Senators sooner or Iatei. A resolution
of similar import has also been voted down in
the Senate by 8 majority
The State of Indiana since 1852 has been
the land of promise to mis-mated men and wo
men. The divorce laws passed that year open
ed the door wide for fat fees for putting asun
der what God hath joined together, and the
Courts of that State have been crowded with
clivorce cases, very many from abroad. A score
or more of eases is disposed of at nearly every
Court term in the State, and it is stated that
I lore than a thousand divorce cases are now
pending in the several counties of Indiana
over seventy in a single one 1
The extra session will probably amend the
divorce laws materially. Xills have been intro-
duced in both Houses aiming at divorce reform, I
with a certain prospect of final passage.
Mortality in New Orleans.
The Yellow Fever ravages
1858 in New Orleans abont the 20th of June,
and prevailed with more or less severity op to
Jiov. 2 1st. During that period the official re
ports of interments show that the deaths in the
city amounted to 8,296, of which 4,8o0 were of
yellow fever, and 3,446 of other diseases. From
the 2oth of July to the 14th of November, one
hundred and twelve days, the average rate of I
deaths was 473 per week, or about 67 per day. I
The average population of Iew Orleans during
the epidemic was not more than 160,000. And
yet this epidemic of 1858 is regarded by the
people of New Orleans as quite a mild one !
Portage Countt Items. Thursday morning
of last week, Lyman Goodale, aged 16, son of
George Goodale, of SbalcrsviUe, committed sui-
cide by cutting his throat The lad went to the
barn as usual to do chores, and for some cause,
not stated, gashed up his throat with a dull
butcher knife, finishing the self murder with a
jack-knife. The drawer of the Eating House
at Ravenna depot was robbed of some $40,00
Saturday night A. M. Stiles was suspected and
arrested. In jail he confessed, and restored (20
of the money.. Mr. N. A. Hine, of Shalers
ville, has killed three hogs 17 months old, which
weighed 431, 414, and 412 pounds an aggre
gate of 1,257. The Democrat states that
Deacon Adam Poe, one of Ravenna's most rs-
teemed citizens, is so dangerously ill that but I
faint hopes of his recovery are entertained'.
His Success. It is stated that Mr. Ten
Broeck closed the racing season in England
with success, being the winner of over 1 100,
More of the Gold Region.
luuu uclia'i luiuuutru oi uiv resources oi tuai re
At ion tlia au othcr ;Q Amelic. assumeg tll3t
twcnty thou8alul men wi be (i.
gjg. geaiching through every nook of that
great volcanic section climbing the mountains,
penetrating the valleys, turning the streams,
breaking the rocks, burrowing the earth, polish-
ing theBgtones smelting the silver, gleaning the
gold from every crevice. The throng of wag
route, ons, and accumulotion of provisions, the collee
tin.'f a.!n2 the western lines of present
settlement, will resemble the outgoing of an
my 0f invasion. The tramp of tree labor, as
marches to the conquest of the new Ophir,
" be heard above the din of politics, and the
restless eye of speculation will wander from
government contracts, and Congressional lob
York byins, to watch this exodus to the center this
The accounts from the Western Kansas golJ
regions continue to be favorable. The returned
miners and explorers all bring favorable ac
counts, and an immense rnsh for the niiues may
be set down as certain next spring. 1'arties
have arrived from the mines at the most promi
nent of the Kansas towns, all elated with their
success and their prospecU, and determined to
return in the spring. The gold is scattered
over a large area of country.
Two towns have already been started in the
gold region, called Montana and St. Charles.
Montana is situated on the Fialte River, and
St. Charles at the junction of Cherry Creek and
1 Matte River. A numlier of settlers are farming,
and extensive settlements will soon be made.
The country is very healthy, and abounds in
all kinds of minerals gold, coal, iron, lead, ifce
It is predicted that when developed the country
will prove one of the wealthiest and most pro
ductive of districts, r rom all accounts it really
appears as if the dream of I)e Soto is at last to
realized in tlie gold news ol the tar West,
and the Missouri Democrat thus revels in the
anticipated nclies :
From researches so far made, from geological
cvtucuces, iruui irauiuonarv siorice. anu re-
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majusot a former civilization. we have no reason
t0 JouU tue aurileroug character of the whole
cential elevation of the continent. The Sierra
San Juan is known to contain greater variety
" precious stones minerals, suits anu ear.ns
,nan any other ot the fcierras of the interior.
The parti;il exporatioil o ila treasures prepares
us to near ol developments among its gluelies
unsurpassed in tue world. A recent lecture up.
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piiysicui jcoorapuy, ueuvereu uy a gentie-
gold will be lnund there in solid mass, just as
iron is lound at tlie .Pilot Knob or bliepparJ
juouuuiu. Aim we sec no reason to uouiiL H,
but every reason to believe it. Still less should
we be surprised to note discoveries of the gar
net, the topnz, the amethyst, the emerald and
the diamond more abundant than those of the
great mountain chains of Europe and Asia.
in Arizonia trie silver nunes have already at
traded a Large attention, and become the object
of eager quest, and this is also a part of the
same remarkable formation a formation em
bracing an area of ten degrees of latitude by six
of longitude. Here, therefore, is a field ripe
with the harvest, and ready for the gathering.
Wbo shall Lumber all its treasures' ilow shall
we take an inventory of all its wealth 1 And
with the opening new year, when the grass is
green, and nature, assuming there her garment
of real loveliness, shall invite to the explora
tion, what a scene of adventurous industry will
crusade against the mountains this evangel to
new commerce. J he W est the far V est
the great West, will loom up in tlie eye of the
nation in proportions ol immeasurable grand
The Virginia Fugitives on Free Soil.
The following brief note from the Painsvillc
Telegraph tells its own story. The Virginians
who claimed to own the ten "human chattels"
referred to otT.:rod $3,500 reward for their ar
rest, and although- the handbills were sent to
officers in this quarter, the most keen scented of
tiic jj. g. Marshal's deputies failed to get a
dollar of the liberal price for men and women's
flesh and blood:
Ten mode Tinvf!s,T r-iiANoRn into Mkv.
Some three or four weess stin. r....
account of the escape of ten Slaves from Vir
ginia, in one company; their pursuit by a larger
number of Slaveholders; how they were over
taken, and a fierce battle, in one of the south
ern couutics of Pennsylvania, the Fugitives
gloriously triumphant one of the noble fel
lows heroically throwing himst-lt tielore his old
Master, just at the moment a comrade was to
deal the blow ol death, with other intensely
interesting particulars, all showing how well
tha brave fellows were "fitted for Freedom."
Since, there hastiecn many inquiries as to the
final fortune of these Fugitives and you will
undoubtedly, Mr. Editor, be the bearer of ear
nestly desired intelligence to hundreds of your
readers, when you tell them that all ol the ten
last Sunday morning planted their weary feet
upon the lrae sou ol Canada a land where
men's rights are not graded by the hue of their
skin. That Sabbath was indeed a day of best
JOHN R FRENCH
Painesville, Dec. 1, 1858.
Fe, Fi, Fo, Fum.
In haste the best of people come,
To limlrre'a Store all frolicsome.
To see the pareot tierce and ";!mn,
Xell aoout J ark Ike Guint Killer.
It remains on exhibition but one week long'
and then goes to BulTilo.
ft?" The Chicago l"rj and Tribune has fail
for 5100,000. lhe proprietors have an ex
tension from their creditois of fuuryeart.
We often see in the Herald much virtuous in
dignation expressed against the practice of pub
lishing to tlie world the failure or temporary
embarrassment of business men, as was done by
Independent for instance last year. Yet
Herald does the same thing itself, and what
worse adds misrepresentation to the state
ment The Chicago Press and Tribune has not failed
100,000, neither has it obtained or asked
extension for four years.
Better practice what you preach, Mr. Herald,
not give currency to every idle rumor you
hear about tlie business affairs of others.
The Press and Tribune has done giant ser
vices in the cause of Republicanism in Illinois,
it ill becomes the Herald to gratify the petty
spite it has against one of the proprietors
that paper by publishing the above incorrect
j;EW pAPEE Mr. McElrath, formerly of the
Tribune, is about to cslablish a paper in NeT
0f e anJ gencral appearance of the
Lorl,,,, Times, to lie called "The Century.
appear about the 18lh of December as
Weekly, the Daily as soon as arrangements
now in progress are completed.
The Cost or Slippery Tonooes. In the Wau
kesha county (Wis.) court, Mrs. Mary R. Sbep-
recovered 3,000 damages of John Poe for
slander, and a Miss Turner, in the Muhlenberg
county (Tenn ) court recovered 4,000 of a Mr.
Grabb for a like offense.
Lottesies. An investigation, made under
authority of the New York City Government,
discloses the fact that there are now twenty lot
teries in the United States, fifteen of which are
the State of Maryland, and expire by their
charter in April next It is said that four of the
twenty, located in Georgia, Mississippi and Ken
tucky, are owned by Benj. Wood, of New York,
brother of ex-Mayor Wood whose glass ballot
contract has made so much trouble.
The Eihibitioh is Feee ! Sow is your last
chance to see those superb paintings at Dodge's
music store, as they leave for Buffalo in a few
"How is That 1" BenIoict's dirty joke in
night's Herald is rank, but exactly suits his
taste. That's all of it
The Lake Survey of the Past Season.
The Detroit Tribune gives some interesting
facts tr uching the operations of the six parties
engaged in making Government Lake Surveys
under charge of the Board of United Stales
Topographical Engineers. These have all
been at work the past season between Detroit
auujuacKmac, mainly on laaae liuron. iQree
are shore parties, one astronomical, one main
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iiiauuuiMiuu, a Liu uiiu nil buui UYUroirtlU(
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The fields of operation were from a point five
miles above Lexington, Sanilac county, to Point
aux Barques; and from Sauble River to a point
six miles north of Presque Isle. This leaves,
if we mistake not, the whole coast surveyed on
this side of the Peninsula of Michigan, except a
patch between rort Huron and Lexington, and
St. Clair Lake and River, not including the
lhe shore parties have ascertained the topo-
grapny anu Hydrography ol tnc coast for a dis-
tance oi irom z to o miles irom snore, as cir
1 he astronomical party had three stations.
and determined the astronomical position of
t orestville ana fort Huron in St. Clair Coun
ty, Thunder Bay Island and Sturgeon Point.
the tnangulation parly finished the main
trianjulution of Saginaw Bay. This is one ol
me largest Days upon the whole chain ot Lakes.
1U only equals or superiors are, wc believe.
Georgian Bay on the Canada side of Lake Hu-
ron near the Sault, Grand Traverse Bay on the
northwest coast of Lake Michigan and Green
Bav. on the Wisconsin Bide of Lake Mie.hia-s.ri
r. i .i ....inKii.:i e 4 i:.. . i- T- 4
4b uns suuuv aju miles ot coast, line, oi wnicn
zuu mues nave ueen morouguiy surveyed this
The off-shoro party have completed the hy
drography of baeinaw and Thunder Bays, and
tue intervening space.
the surveys ot these two Bays are now com
plete, and the maps arc in the course of active
preparation. It is hoped that they will be out
by a year Irom tlie present fall.
lhe ditlerent parties ot the survey felt this
city the second week in May, and will all be in
next week, except the astronomical, which will
continue out till Dec. 1st.
The work of this survey is immense. There
left yet nearly the whole ol both sides of
Lako Michigan and all of Laka Superior lalior
enough to engage a far greater force for more
than twenty years to come.
Its importance cap
hardly be over-estimated.
Its COSC. 01 C0Ur8e.
Steadily, year by year, the vast work
goes ODt new safeguards are placed about our
largo ana valuable Lake commerce, and the b
rf.r0 nf inr, in !(. nnlnn ;!.
rrth hnl h,niU T.I hus iwt 1
more apparent. "Book learning," as it is often
outemptuously called, shall yet approve itself.
the truest mend of the unlettered, pmu
diced, but honest sons ot toil.
Wholesale Executions in India.
Mr. Cliaa. Buxton, an English member of Pnr-
ament, in a recent aJJreas te his constituents,
thus spoke of the wholesale executions which
have occurred in India:
Ilow man; persons do yon think we executed
trie city ot Allanabad! Jut realize the awful
orror of but one execution tlie fearful mental
agony ol the man who feels the rope round hia
nick, ana tnen the drop tail, in that citv we
executed in cold blood thirteen hundred persons!
o name. I in toe I'unjauK, wnere no outrage
whatever was committed, we executed five thou-
tana persons! I read that myself, in a letter from
John Lawrence. Is it not awful to think of
hanL'in' and shooting live thousand hnnun be-
njjsi And if this was done in the Pnniaub,
what must have been done in lieniral, whore
rebellion really nged! Why, we seem to have
to death without mercy any man who took
side against us. For instance, a Kaj ih saved
life ol Mr. Mitchell and other Europeans.
'UL, under compulsion, as he said, be aided the
rebels, lie was caught and hanged. I knew
lamily of an officer of the Iiliopaul Conting
ent. They told me that when the contingent
mutinied two hundred of them, with ereat JiC
ficultv, saved the lives of this gentleman and his
brother officers, and also refuseJ to march off
take up arms w ith the mutineers. Well,
General arrived. And what did he do but put
aeatu tuese very two hundred men, on the
ground that they had louimt against their brcth
And 1 heard Mr. Layard cive an account
their execution, which was hcart-rendinrf to
near, isuaiut:, ow. jl c.j r; mt
home, with clee, how he had destroyed eiirhtv
villages. I read a letter from a soldier, who said
after a wholesale massacre of their prisoners,
flung the bodies into a pit and covered them
over. One of them recovered his senses, and
came wandering into camp. He was gain shot
licit morning. auoni lieini tnc head
of every village where the telegraph had
broken were banged, though they had no
more 10 uo with it than 1 had. 1 said it in the
House, and I say it here, again, that the men
did that did murder.
A Confidence Man.
The Iarirest operator in the confidence line.
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uoo vi i.vlc iiiuuu nun viciiiilj mc scene oi
cxpluiLs, id a man calling himself, (while
here) L. schlessiner. who was establishinc
agencies for the sale ot' Piatt na Pointed Gutla
Percha Pejis. His mode of operating here waa
peculiar, and bad the merit ol orunnahtv.
lie liad in some way learned, probably from
upon boxes, or packages, that Messrs.
dt lJcw, DruKibU of this place, had pur-
goods of the lira, of McKesson A Robbius,
Kew York, and he first introduced himself to
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OOdS ler as a brother-in-law Ol Mr. AlC-
the signature f forced urobablvl of McKca- I
& Robb'ins, which disarmed Messrs. Woods
row Ot ail suspicion, lie stated that he Wisi
tr, call nana n ntran. I. t nn.,l tt rr 1
m... u..cMnUiuiiidi uoj.uj,
exhibited samples which were really cood,)
price oi waica was mrcc uouars per gross.
ordtitarv onreof steel oensbeinironlv from
tnirtv to seventy-five cents per frrws: as an in
ducement to purchase his three dollar pens, he
slated that be would furnish all the wrapping
paper which Woods & Pew would want lor a
free of charge, on each sheet of paper to
printed an advertisement of the pen. lie said
he never advertised in the papers, and took
method to advertise, and therefore tlie more
paper he could dispose of in this way, the better.
Messrs. W oods fc jfew purchased hi teen p-ross I
ro . ;.. u: r.,- 1 n j i
patieutly ior the paper which was to arrive in
or three davs, it being stored in Cleveland.
the paper did not come, and a lew days after
learned from a traveling friend that the
fellow had been arrested and imprisoned in
Lhambersburg, l a., lor playing the same game.
his bail fixed at $1,400 00. After he had
coohned a day or two, he paid the sheruT
31,41)0 00 and came directly to this .State,
W hile here, at his request. Woods cc Pew
him half dozen of their cards. On the
of one of them he wrote a recommendation
himself and his pens, affixed their signature
started for the east and north part of the
ceunty, and used that with merchants who
acquainted with Woods fc Pew. In to it?
he swindled different persons out of vari
amounts from $20 to $100, H H. Mason of
iUi, it. G. Stewart of Vienna, A. Chew of
Brookheld, Andrews Finney of Johnston, J.
Homer of Gastavns, and probably many
merchants in this vicinity, in Colum
biana county be played the same game, with
same success. It is probab'e he gleaned
this and the adjoining counties, three or I
Mr. Pew and Constable Brooks got on his i
in Ashtabula county last week, and be j
escaped from them, by rare good luck, and they
returned home. On Thursday they learned
he was arrested at Munson, Ueauga coun
when they immediately went to that place
him; on their arrival there, they found he ;
been committed, but waa making arrange
to obtain his release; but learning that if
escaped them, he would again be immediate- i
arrested, he concluded it "wouldn t pay,
was lodged in the Char Jon jail.
Mr. Pew returned Saturday evening, but of
Brooks remained to see the denouement.
CP" Last week of the Fkee Exhibition !-
beautiful paintietra at Dodire'a music
are to be taken lo Buffalo next week.
you got a ticket t
No Gas Yet We learn bj the Chronicle that
efforts lately made by Messrs. Harvey A Co.,
organize a Gas Company in Warren, with a
of $25,000, the citizens to subscribe
810,000, and the balance of the stock to be held
the contractors, have tailed, the Council re
to pass the necessary ordinance. . ;
Acquittal of Cole—The Scene.
. The Conncaut Reporter in noticing the trial
of Cole and his acquittal remarks :
In regard to Cole, there seems to be a general
impression that he is guilty, but many entertain
eonvi':tj0'8 the evidence is insufficient to
prisoDer were forbidden by his counsel to visit
mm at the jail durinr; the pro cress of the trial.
On Sunday morning, at 6 o'clock, the officers
of the court were called in ' the jury had a-
greed." Cole took his seat at the end of one of
the tables and buried hU face in his shawl. The
Judge came in after a few minutes and asked
tlie jury if they had agreed. Mr. Hawkins, the
foreman, said " We have." Judge told the
prisoner to rise. He did so, seemingly, with
considerable difficulty. Judge asked " What
is yonr verdict !" "A'or Guilty." The priso-
ner dropped into his chair, laid his head Uon
the table, and burst into a very boisterous enio-
tion; at the same instant Messrs. Thrasher aud
Blakcslee, his counsel, lost control of their feel-
ings and wept as entirely overcome.
lu Fr.irtl. lil N.t 2kk. Mr kflHKHT PARK ami Mis
In Connrant. Nov. Sth. Mr C. J. AT.T.ISON. of OlwV
lllavoa flirt. lfcL4L.A WtbM tU, ol COUBUUul.
Id WilloiifrhbT. Mr. DAN I Ik L ARNOLD & MiaJULIA
in a-uiniuctun. Nov ivb. Mr i.v n. tiiew. f
ti'ien,aud miss A.iui.iAjuw,r m.auusioii.
in Rtn.ua nt mu. Mr chari.es a spau ldwin
'-uc M unlit, '
Til thtgeiLv. D c. 1st. of srjr'et fi-v. r. THUS. R. WAR-
mtu-env r i o ...i I w..tiu,fi Mi n,m
ana i days
Tu Caurord. N.tT. 20tli. M. EIJZARETH S. tiltfS
MOLD (luaatir ol Kutus Giisw.tid, aud 'xars.
At Sunr Mom.d. Knnw. vt. irth, Mrs. mabyann
MrCLKKUY. wiV ol U.iuiel AlcUituiry, Joriuutijr of
wtircu.u., npea 4E.Te.tri.
fh nt ai aui e:
A CAK OK KHJIIT MuNTHS' STANDING CUBED BY
HlHKHWK'S HOLLAND HITTERS.
MicuaEL. KKi.LT, No, 117 bcvfcDth, urur Grant btroct
Li.t Julc. while riimiinp on the rivtr, on a rottin-hnt
ply in-between Nalchci uud New Orleans, I was takeu
1 b F:vor and Af?ue, J-'tir eir.ht loudmouths, I sutler ed
with this dreadlui dix-ase. Tito greater jiart of this time.
was anab'e t work, aud sjient at lvxt $30 for ditrrt'ut
uutliCim-s, bat luuud uo m-raiaueut reliel. Thro wneks
9fn. nn of mv Ifinils iusn.li il uimih uv trvinf tiLk.lL-
iiave-s Holland bitters. that a cure wm
rairanlet'd. After takinf it for tme week. I must say
was a sound man. I have Imwd at work now for two wc-kn :
n" have had uo mturn of tue chilis or lever whuievr.
cenny iu te aiRivs staicm'-nt is irw..
FUL.L.ER & CO.,
W.l.fr Rtrooi f!lot.nl!.T..l f ll.in
HAVE THIS DAY
Which wilt b. their
TMv nfiJ ! TI .
tt IS I UUClllIlg Ul XUTS
TIIE PRESENT SEASON.
THEY MUST BE SOLO
January 1st, 1859.
CALL AND SEE TJIEM.
FULLER t CO,
At No. 25 Water Street
PUOJJATE NOTICE. The following
. this day iM-fn file for MttiementiniiiK
rroiwe Liruri ui i oyanti.-a v ouniy, aim win oo ior neuriu
uiu jsia auy ot u-v.t)iui!T, a. t. isie, ut tiiu rruiiiue
account of W. P. Coot, Kxiutor of E. P. Cook.
account oi M ilium Sixt, kxtteutor of Juhn Nmloier.
a' arcouut of U. S. Bristol, Kxerutor ol K"Tul Millard.
Partial aoct.ut.tof R. foleiiuin, fciecutor of J.w;yli Mnler.
Partial accouut of UiMte Jl. Burt, Administrator of O. A.
Partial account of Jeremiah iny. Administrator of J. Huot-
acrotant of O. Cutter. AiImiiiiMrator of A. D. Cutter,
arcouut ot Daniel Staulty, liuerJiau of Ihu Aliuvrs
ot KolicrL Rjiin. v.
arc mnt ot Henry- Fink, Guardian of the Minors of
pai,'V .Ci,Tl ? h M p,tk
J.f.t tiao.rei Iiq.
in. Guardian of the Minors of
Partial account ot James H. II, Guardian of the Mitk.i-h of
H. L. Sir.nitj.
of iienrv KvioLl.
h?"; t:'Fit,;h- ardiaaof the Minor of
Partial account, , Albert Bussler, Guardian of tho Minors
1 account oi Win Uowler, Guardian of the Minors of
CleTeland, JLK-c 1. lfeSU.
DANIEL B TILDFN
i'nf3d" w -"' proime ju.irc
Prepare for the
the night befjre Christmas, when all through th?
a:(ur wa-.s.irr.n.r (rf , . .
Ktockiocs w;re hunt; bj tt dimme, wnn rare,
nope tnat JVicUoias ioon wouUi 1 tlwsre ! 1
And when CHRISTMAS M011N wiinrM tho httte di5-
uoreil Ktoritii.cs, rereU ol (utrents and trioods will uot
to diive awav the ciouds I nun the tares of HsaDiiiit-
rlnklren, and no i-.voqs "ftlKHKY CHKITSMAb" will
iiiiiminiitt Uie nremie ol gueti intKtaKen et:iionui4t.. aim
in fte ton, the attenliouof a.l id called to the DpleuuUd
Jewelry, Faney Goods, Toys,
Of every description, on exhibition at
Benton &l Mathi vet's,
No. 137 Superior Street
whole world has contributed to make our stock eve-
Out uua iMtidioua toma desire.
DIAMONDS from Oolcoeda and Brazil;
RUBIES from Syria, Ceylon and Hobenatein;
TOPAZ from the Altai Momntaini and Kanuchatka;
M KR ALDS from Eypt, Syria and New Mexico;
OPALS from Hungary, the Faroe Inlands it Hund utile;
TURQUOISE from Penta;
PKARLS from Ceylon. Olmatz and New Jersey.
Nankin we have PORCELAINS, FANS. FILLA
u'kK WUKK. and COKALS.
Naples-we bveL.WA CAMKOS, IVORY C A R-
iniiB, anu anicie-i ot VKH1U.
Rome we have MOSAICS, PARIAN STAUETTS,
G nrra we have Knameled WATCHES. JEWEL
RY, and Work. of Art mure beautiui than
l urk ureaui oi raruiie
Florence -we have MOSAIC'S, CAMEOS, fc TER-
U.K COI I A OrnaiTivutK.
Venire we have PAINTINGS and ENAMP1 S
Dresden we have t'HIJS A OiuamenU, of eytry d-
Strail'.urgh-o havo every variety of BOHEMIAN
FariB-we' have ALABASTER CLOCKS, Beautiful
OIL PAIiMIWUS Faney HAIR PINS and
HEAD DRESftKS FAN, PERFUMEKY,
WATCHES, and Tun Tbouaaaa Arttchw ul
l,nV &IMI Dmu .
J muAm we haTO ii tie WATCHES an. I Wtk Mn
menta, rarip-i. inAtHfi Horn Ilexes aud
Jewelry Caskets; alfto a Bplenlid stock of
L.UH1N rruf ui.K and StlAPS.
Sheffinld-we have Futi Waro sii.i Kisipsrs' de-
front our own dear 1:umJ. we nave a variety ut Uuods
thai we may wmi w pruttu ot
Wartham, Mass. we nays- the "Amerhran Wairhes.'
Mnslul. L.C we na w.t-rat xausne t;iocks
Harurd we bare Krf-rs Bros.' oreuuuoi Fialed
Ware. Forks, S'oooas.X'ups, (:sturs, fcc.
Haydeasvilie, Mass wo base llawsoo. Warren It
uvutt s uuiu .i-icnuig sfi-tniiisni.
New lehonou, . . we na
e David Kendall's I
the Rohlw;r t'otuiianv we haye the hest assorfment
ol IN UIA rtl rinr.it 4 vs & lu the state.
oue Million other Ihliu lie, iieautilui aod Useful.
Utve ns a can.
BEJtTON tV MATHITET.
TTITaL GIVE Two more of Lis
J T gnat
COMIC AND L1TEHAKY
On Friday and Saturday Evenings,
November 41 h and Sh.
rjDix.rs 01 ea at 7 o'clock coinmence at 8 o'clock.
Adiuis-MO. '&cim ,
18 5 8-9.
Tenth An anal Course of Lectures
CLEVELAND LIBK1BY ASSOCIATION.
THE LECTURE COMMITTEE haye
JL tlte pleasure ol roiioiiuciag Iba faltowiut; biilttaut
coarse oi iweivu Lwmre. :
N.ir.25ih Lieut. M. F. MAURY, U. P. N. Sulcct
i lie Auaitiic i ..r.ipi.. '
Nov. 3ait Limit M. V. MAURY. U. S. N. Subject
"Tlie Hit:bw:.ys iiLi. tlyWavsol thi-Soa."
Drc. 2t Lieut. M. MAURY. V. 8. N. Sobiw-t-
"iteudii. tu the Lakes 3 SMiiioI Mtunlo?:t-al OLer
vatum-" ir lue HiMHt ol I.:tkr ( uum fni iml IN a is:it
Dt-c. 7th tiKOKUK VAiNDICKHOF'. Bost.m. feuUect
"Kv-niug Willi ibr- HimMk a Dimu urra, with Hi adiues irota
Sli:tism;:iit;, iw'-'tt. HimhI, LnIel Ihm MiliA M;tu ib.
Dw. Uth Ueulw M. V. MALhV, U. S. N. Subject
"i lie worksiiui.sa m iiunuoiiiBs ol lh sifa. '
Der. liiih-OLlVKK I. BALDWIN. Ksq., Khlintouil
V:i. Suliiu4 J-'i irviMu "
Dec. 'C1 J. MONKY HRNP1I AW, U. R. N. tltira,
Pi. x. MHyecl "ilio Ail nwl Uraift ul louvenalttm.
IHh: 3ib R.v. KKWtN If. ( HAVIN.
Jius Jr-KAI.HH WALPO FMKK.MIN.
Ja i. b HAYAHD TAYLUL
Jan." K.-v. T. S I' AH K KlNii.
t, .I.JOHN W. l(U.EYu..'.lN4tfitfctf.
Tickets li.r Ibe Courm-, adunUiu;; u Cui.llemaa and two
La. Hen, S3.
Snul Tirkels to tlie Course, $2.
f ititr Tn'ki'ts It-tlie I.flurvs. 25 eU '
Th.tat; huldiiifi (' urst: Ti.-kT-UMrir t;ud i3aL, the doors
lM-111? o-L-n :U 7 or. vck lor tlo-ir 3'lmiiott.
' 'J' lie lio 1 Ottire vill in Ik; iii Sill h;ll oast 7.
Tx'kflsrau Iw h ul at Uie BtK-km-.x s K ainnnr. and
rhu Ledum Lonuuitlee. 'A LTTK BlttiW N,
Jt F HKIXOTTO,
WM. V SMITH,
IHU25 Li'mri! t omniitiro
Faiir aal Supper,
HOPE ENGINE COMPANY,
No.'M. will hold a Ku.r iu.d Siii.,r. ai & rii
uiM w 1 i) . -. i) v.- ' r
On Thursaay, December 1G, 1858.
TAIR in tho Atcnioii and Eveoinp to roiK-lude with
UANCK an.l KUI'PKK.
r Ticket?, ad-i iitni" fi.-ntV into and Lnht'S to entire
Kair. It . II AiHlStiiirer.SI.no. AtlfrrMMtn Tirkt 'In. 25 cntit
cui u. lit oihni aiusic win oe u aiieuuaaec
COEM1TTKK OF iR RANUKXKNTS.
IlABT. I. T. VTI.. D. W. MflNTTRE,
I . K. IbVaKbTT,
. W. Mllini.RTOM.
. W. AlAUtlXXKN.
nvlK Ul W9
YOL'iMLS M.VS CllKISTUJI ASSOCIATE.
IHE Lecture Committee have tlie Lon
a or tuaniKNiiMi, Hint nrrtiiii?i.n). tt trtvt. h.pn ti.mnletd
lor tliu lnMowms twine TKN Hlt;ilLY PtiPULAli
4.r.i ..nr.-. u ih-iii-nicmi 11 itir.LUDKtin MALI
IV. lic.-l r. 1. ti. HOLLAND, (author ol 'I'iumuIis
Letters.) ol Sptmjiln 1,1, Mass. &ubjtH:t "Aiuencau Social
V. Tire H Ri-T.W. H. MII.BI.'UN ItlmRlin.l
VI. Dec ll-H.- WM. HOGARTH, ol Drtioit
VII Jail 11 I'n.l' It KII.IIV1AM ti- V..t.. 4',.,t..
Siilij:l "KJwtttHjjIhgittc Tt-iterauli Tue Atlanth: c's-
VIII. J:in. 25 RAVAHD TAVI.nR Cnl.;.."l .r.
IX. I l.Etlfit!.. SUMNER E R .lu, Ch
X K. 1. is
CV lectures to.ctnmeuce at 8 o'clonk .
Th eminent talentt of the Lectnrer. ai il the vruil ml
lli..ir.SMIie SUI'IKf IS JI 14IIII-II llll'V tri'Ilt iimi i.i. Tr .u.
els. Literature. Scie we. a.?. will, il is confidently i-i.
rM-rtiMl, insure a larce alleinlaiua. aiul thus asxst tlie Aso-
ta.Kton in sntiymu us l.inrarv Willi new dobks.
lhe ti)ll..wn mwu'iiriiruDi... mil lu.-ii.i r ...
TK KE l'S. winch iiulv U; olttauci at the BooLt'irec. at
".:"L' V :':"" ""'". anJ at the door on
course iiciieii frirurlt) ci 'Jt
Htlnni tine a Grnt,eman ttnd Lady.... 2,50
" for ftttra Lady bo
" W. BROOKS, J K. C. Sr.KFPFR
J. E. INiiKKSOLL, E.U BKNEUICI',
W. S. FALMKrt. Lrcture CoMMi.e.
THE iEW YORK TU1BUSE, 1858-lSi9."
HIIE New York Tribune, now more
m mini Bt-vrmeuFi yaira oiu wii.c.l watt iiut lirst jnuriiai
in the world that a; .erred rtTuhirlr -n an imperial fiaht-
si?i't, at sii luvv a pri. e us iwo et-iilH, and wliicti ha
atiaiiH-d the unnaralin t d asen trite i uiorr? lhau ao.mo
ili.-ri.tiuiis rfttK'llil!ly s.ln:ii8 dhuie of the pdiuu
f wiurll lhe M-in(Hi.itun Press is h-nct-!t)rlli to rtr. lie.
Wl'liin the Drt-tSOllt e:ix. 'J'llB TuifiDNE ha iinnitlprf
list-if with a ufcw mid fuller 1'ri.iu, at a r,(St ui $;W,mm,
morttly that wmie ol ihii sul-criltent ni:iv receivt their na
jjers a mail earlier 1 han they otlirrwistt utisht d.i. With
rresiHH ul cuts ai llie must init'orlant tinntts tlirout;hu4
the civilizud world, and a fcialf oi writers rhofcon lnm
iitK Hut bt-st iutli e.-unfry, w Ik.-herfe thut veu those
We ai.peal. thcr. Im th've who liehevc that an lu
ll cin-ulalioli in lllg lltinUNE .ouldcoiHl
fditic:il, nit Hit ctnal ami moral wH1-Im-u. of the I
tie, u am uitiu eueciiuf; tucu .ucruast.
The Daily Trii-unhid Driiitil on a 1 are imm-i-tr,! ht-t.
Ami puhlibiii'il every mon ing :iml evening, (Suuiiuy txi.-t-cdjuitd
m:nlt:d tosutiwrilM.rs lor six dollars pr annum, in
advance; SJ for six mooth:.
THE SEi-Wt.HLT Truiiine ik mibliphetl pverr TIIRS-
l)A Y aiul t'KIDAY, awl contains all Uie K.htor lali. itf 1 hu
Daily, with thfc Oat Hp, Horse am! (im-rnl Marktls, n-lia-liiy
r:ortil usurcasly for The Tuibunk; Kreieu and Do
moRnc ,mP"inlttini-; ami diirin? lhn ccninie rprmuh oi
t'oucress. it will ri,iii:uii a yiiumry of .:. rrtisMMij. I do
ni(i!i. with the more imiHJrt; lit six'.-clieH. It will :Im eon.
lam a lirtt-i lat-H Novel, coir nmed irom number to number,
tliiR nlFonhng a lir&t-nite family nevvsjuipc-r t thnt wln
prelcr not to take a lmily.
One ('opr. one yrar $n 00
1 wotL.ipjcft, on year 5 14)
Fit 1'opies, one war. n '5
1'ou cipi(M, one ytar (to one aildress) iy ou
The Nsw York Weely TitiBnE lanre eirht-ntre
p.'ier, tor (lie con it try is pnliy.i-d every Sntarduy, and
ouiains K.inoriaifi on lhe in.oirtnt t.unra ol the limes:
tiie news of the week; inlere in? rjrppoinlt-iiee from all
pnrts ol the world: the New York Caltlw. Hi ru rind Pni-
duct markeLi; u.terestine nti ruliublu Political, Alectutu-
Onn copy, one year .t..$2 80
nree t.i.pieg, dl ynar a HO
ITt) tuDieS. UD B31
en rojiieM, one veur ...12 Wl
Twenty Copies, (to one address,) :it rate .f $1 a yesr,. 2U UO
wemy (jopies, (loadilreiis ol utt-sti subcilr, aiul auy
i:rger uuuiner. at toe rata ol l.Oom:u ) 74 00
Any rsers-u sendinr as a f.loh cf Twentv or more, wi'l be
eninieu to nn en rouv. Wo rnntiuoe toniul I'hk Wite.
i.t lBiBUNKiouiereynien lor si.
MiiRr.ritioiis may coniruenre U any time. Termt, al
ravti rusU. in .Ivanr.e. Wln.n ai rnft ran in- t.n-nrfl it
niurli ifer Uieu to remit linnd toll All ltter t.. Iw
auures-i i iiiikack liKhKl.r, Y Si 1,4).,
Trihonc Buildius N iu.su n &treot, Mew York.
THE TRIBUNE ALMANAC, for 1W3 r..nLitnm th
Kle-Li.tn KetiiriiH, :tnd tlie usual mutter, will tr, out.lisbfd
about I'linKim.ts Pn.e IS cent; ric.'ne. noa-paid, f.r
n-vi uunw eoww at
BOARDING The House No. 24
Public Sqor, and hv the btooe ('hureh one of the
pleasautet kwationR ut the city his been thoroughly re
pn ed, and it now open for Boarderw. VnuilieA wihiiur to
inrnisn inrir own rottm. ran Iw HrroinmHUtri1 wild laive
aiMl convenient rooms aiid led-rtKinia; mid .Smelt. Bounlerg
ami lav Ronrders will iind .khI :uciniiMHJuliotis, on rea
sonable tenna. Ladies not excluded. Keierenrc cnvn and
recwiv.u. nov'ixlJiu . W. ULKKHT.
XjUKS ! FURS ! A new lot of
AAIKKICAN SAldXK AND FlTCKf
UKs I-huiph hMikine I'r a nice aniele
Kms, will ll iid it to their advantage to cull at
their Way home. deel 31 Superior St
HAVE ARRIVED THIS
MORNING. I.j Kiprsss nnollier large
LaJies should cll sihhi. while our assortment is cimilrte.
nl E. STAIR fe CO.
MUFFS. TLo.se Muffs have
Come. Iadieit who havu lieeu wiuiitu?
tnem can now bo suol
V.. STAIR ft CO.
ii ill's, tars, fiBS, &c. r-
t r PAT-Tinnr
THANKFUL for a Liicral Patron
a e d oritur the last 6 1 teen year, is h ipcv to so m hi ore
lie ha again hecome a caodidnU; fr pul.lk- patn-natie,
may Ik; f.-uiid at No '.'21 Superior street, next d-or to
la Fteemau'ii. where he is receiving a full and elegant
HATS, CAPS, FURS,
Swans Down and Fur Trimmings,
llunalo ana raney Kotos,
Ladies' and Gent's Far Gloves,
Trunks, Carpet Bags,
CAP TRIMMINGS. UMBRELLAS, aud every article
usually kept in Uie bc&l Fahioiialilo Rut ail Establish
ments It is my desifn tn deal for Cash alone, and 1 will sell at
prices which will make it an object lor the citizens and
public to give me their trade.
Hats and Caps made and repaired to order.
Particular attention paid to Repairing Ladies' Furs.
oc30 T. S. PADDOCK
0-J. SHAKER FL ANNK Ij FOR
J : LADIES' SK1KTS warranted n-.t to shrink:
OVERCOATING ! Black. Hrown,
Bine and Drali Beaver Cloths, open this momnur.
Gentlemen wishine to purchase Ovnciats. will find it
to their adTxut;te. in pnrrhwmr Cloths and 'Inm
mtimoof ns, instead of bonne reatly-iuade eiirmenls.
noviy iailuk, uitnwuLU ctJ.
ATLANTIC FOR DECEMBER
H-ITcd st J. B LIlHH CO.
TLANTIC MONTHLY, for Decern-
tor $tl a
raits ueiiff s ipw Mitn'f Magazine, ior uec..
n Art Jtiiirmil. for Nut 7s
. I W.m.Is. fur Itec a
KuirkertHM'Ser, lorijoc 25
Arthur's Hiu Maii-jzinc. for I)'4 'jil
K'tnr Mstsrs a T:ili nf Sotrial mid Diuv-tlc Llf in
Mvtsin: hv r rrilnka Brt-iimr, sutlitir 1 " i Imr NVitH
horK," 'N'uia. "Tde Fresttivul's lau-tiUr' sc ;
tnnslatpt bv Manr Howitt.
Nil. for Dec ID
Uallou's filonul Kluem ur Uuiub.
Y Wek ly aiul Kirt-niau Jiunxal. for this wr"k .
Weekly Mi.Telctto. t or sain l HAWKS k BHO..
n'J3 p,it ( lti-.a. ( lere!aiid, O.
l'Uii MlfabJia' WJliAli,
SMALL FIGURED WOOL DELAINES
SHALL FIGURED MUSLIN DKLAINCS.
TAYLOR, OIUSWOU) & CO.1
HAMILTON SKUITS Something
new ani d-yiinble.
Alh 1 nu -las k Sncrwitods Adjustslde Bustle Skirts
ocMKiae ricV. aaJU H 1. KEN1MLL Jk CO.
Church Music, Outline Maps, Stationery, tc
Far the Wnnlesnle Trade.
LARGE STUCK FUR THE FILL BUSHES
Teachers offered Liberal Facilities for becoming
acquainted truh riew School Books.
FAVORABLE TERMS TO MERCHANTS, k OTHKK
DEALKKS IN Sl'HOUL BOOKS.
Xew School Bonks kept in large Quantities
Prompt Attention to Orders from the Country.
GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO BUYERS.
J. B. COBB & CO.
A NNOUNCE to Teachers, Merchants
il. and others dealing m St-hool Bouk, SiatioiMiry, ftc ,
Ui they havu uuute preparaiious lor a lare business the
uri'seiit season. Their sUn'k is unut-ually laivs. anu em-
i.raca full supply ot the Standard Text Books, as well as
the iNew S-hooi Books, for which Agents axe operating
It ! jir aim to be aide to snpoly n? demand for School
hoil. titiuir as to iiouc rqn atnif. soecias aiieuiHrn wn
be eivttn to fi line orlers fn-m Merchants, and oainn takei
to supiilv eerv article war. led, and the priees luellcbes
will lie lli.t 1. west. Teueliers wtm have not Wen able to
iind elsewhere such BNik.s as they want, will be neailj
in re i,l li'.i'iiiF tticm hv atitiresMiuf n.
We Rive below a partial list of our stork, and for farther
particulars, we invite persons to call ut oarSlore, orcorrcs
Mad wilh us Orders, enclosing cxnU, ur a saluiaetorr
rtlvrenre, will receive prootit alteniioa. ThnMt urtlenor
.-o t? Ity expff-w. r.ju, it tiey Uotre, pay tue nui U Uw cz
ereas agnl, when Ihey receive lue goods.
READERS AND SPELLERS.
Mi Gntfey n Kendcru,
Mi UuifiyV New headers,
Price's S Killer,
lrwne Fro-;ressive Readen.
V elniter Kleiueiitary Speller,
Adams' ( Daniel) Anthm'tic,
Ailams' K. A.l Kirl Arithmetic,
it' ciMi Anthinetic.
levies' University Arithmetic,
t.rex.eal'n School Anihinenc,
(reettlenl 's Hietier ArilliineUc,
K:iys First Ant met ic.
Hn Se.-ond Antlim.-lic,
Hay's 'I'mril Aruhnirtic.
itiv's HieIi.t Anlhiuetir,
Siixl.hir.l's Juvenile Mental Arithmetic.
Ktotlil:ir.i's Aiuer liiielh etol AuttuuuUC,
Stt"ltl.u-,i's Hra'lical Ahllunelic,
MittltlaidV Fhllositphical Aritluuetic,
Thonipsou's. rTacti. ul Arithmetic,
'riiui"MiV Hieiier Aritlimetic.
Tri-y' KUnittntary Anlhiaelit:,
'lYscy's Cuwinercial AriLluueUC.
Bullions Etielish Onrnmnr,
Bullion' Fractica and Analvtiral Grammar,
Hrnwu's First Linen of Kiu;lish Unuuoiar,
iirnwn's Institutes ol Uraiuoi'ir,
t'.tveil's liiestof KniUsh iiranunsr,
Clark's Kiral Grammar,
Cl.irk's fcncii-h Urommir,
Fowler's KueltoU Uranioiar,
Fowler's Grammar, AlunUcd,
Greno's iiittodut.iion tu Koslih Graa&ttar,
(ireeue's First teMuxm m Grammar,
Greene's Klenientsol KisliU Grautinux,
Fnine4'ri Fnni iry Grammnr,
Puiiieti's AnalytH:a. Gruuimar,
Plimeo's Kim; lh 'l'esf.her.
Snath's Kuc'wh Grammar,
Tower's V.utf (isli UraiLUiar,
V lit' Grammar,
Vv eld's Urauimar.
Cornell's Fiist Stem in Geosnaphjr,
Cornell's Primary Geography,
t'orneit's Intemiediaie Geography,
Cornell's llish Sehotd Go i4hr.
Colli m at Fitch's Introductory Geography.
Colt' -u st Fitrh's M'Hl m School tie rpnyf
FiU-h'si Fl.yi.ical Gciraphy,
l.oiis'i :ia-sicfti Atlis,
Milriiell Primary OftKrraijhy,
Mitctiell's lutennediale tieoi-raplijr,
Mitchell's GeoeTaphy and Aii:ut
Miti'hell't Ancient. Googruphy,
.M-'titt ilh's First Book in iJeteraphv,
aldtileilh'it lntro.liR:Lion to Geography,
MmKeilh's M:iuuil ol Geography,
M Milt tth' Nl-w M.uuuaJ,
Mlt'-liull'si Outline Maps,
Oiney'x. t-CiMrrai'liy and Atlas,
Felton's Outline Miis,
peter Parley ' GciMrraphy,
Smith's First GK.rni)hy,
Smith's Quarto Geography,
liomerrilie'H Physical Gooeraphy
White's Class Book ot Geography,
b arren's Cnnnou & hntl Geography,
Warma's Phjflt:ai Geoeraphy,
Andrews tStinlilard' Latin Grammar,
Amlrews U Sl.Hld:irtl'ti Lulin Grammar, ne
Andrews' Latin Kiad r,
Atnliews' irst Bo k in Latin,
Andrews' La in Lesons,
Ami icws' Latin Lcih'hu,
Antltou's Latm Ihttumary,
A mswortli's lUiu Uli tiouury,
A itt lion's Hi.ruea
A i it Uon's llonit-r,
Anthou's V irpil
A ui hull's Greek Keeder.
Aisthoii s J'lvt'itat.,
Arm-M's Firs, ami Second Latin Book,
Am-tiil's Latin Prose ComiHisitiou,
Arnold's Firai Iaim Book,
Arnolil's (riieiins Nepos,
Arnold's First Gieek Btaik,
Arnold's Greek Protte Composition,
Hut lei's .Sallusl,
B ure's Xen'ithn,
HilKii's Laitu Grammar,
Bullion a Latiu Keader,
Bullion's Greek Grammar,
Bullion's Greek Headvr,
Crosby's Greek Lessons.
Cronhy's Greek Grammar,
l(urkues8'sond Latin Book,
Keuhoer' Latin Grammar,
I.nldie atSeotCKGrcAr T.eTicoo,
Mr:iiutck at Crook's Kirst litmBook,
MeCliut-M-k tt Crok' First Greek Book.
Oweu'l Xenotmon's Auahaois,
Ownn's Xoohm's Cyclopedia,
Siophoi'.le'b Greek Grammar.
NEW SCHOOL BOOKS
Now beine; Extensively intnalaccd, and kept
Covins DuMwt of Urauimar,
M'-Gutley's New Readers,
M"Uf f-itli's Getsra(,hies,
Pellou'i. Outline l.iim, sjbjw "
P:is.m K Dnu.on's Wntfns Booki.
W. rren's Common School Geography
Warren's Phyiral GMgnphy.
GERMAN AND FRENCH
Adler's larere Orraio Did h nary,
Atllt r' wiiall (nn:ui Lu;listiary,
Adl-r's HnKrbkie tit.ru.aa Ktiader
Fasqiielle's Krnrh tirammar,
(iainl'H tinunniar Utrrnimiu Ui learn English.
ftlRitdow'ft ("reiirh Uirluniry,
lNixul ot Cliapal't. Kmuch Grammar
Oih-i.dtirH 's tvf-rniau Oram mar,
tilleti-lortT's KrciM h-bv J.-wett,
OUriiU..rirn Vrtiirh tf Valuer
Feitsustr's (jrnnaD Grammar,
Pimi -jr's KrciM-b Gramruar,
Hiutecv'i KreiH-h Kfaer,
KotNTlxHiiaii Systnu witit French
J ilfiiiiunie, wi'h Notf-K,
W-nnihiin 'a German Gruinmar .
W'jiidlMirv's Sliurtur Count.
PHILOSOPHY AND CHExMISTRI
OltiiktyJ's a h. nil Fiiilphr,
.lmMtd'n (.llKf FlulwMthy,
"V'..yi.un),s, uti-itt rttial PbilOfoptiy i
Wavlaiid'K Mural Pbiiusohy,
Yiiiiiian'n ClaMi-BNik nf Chemistry,
Yuuiuau'a Atlas ul Clitriiiistry.
nvi. F.lfiiifiit.s of Alirebra,
Havii s' SurveyiaK,
Loom is Loearitbms,
Lunuim' Gc. .owlry,
Kay's first AIr. bra,
tt.iy's - wood Altrebra.
Stoldard'. A tgr bra,
Cutlei'i. Vust Fhysiolikffr,
CulierV Flu Mo.oev aiul Aoatoay,
CrittfiwJf u's rbNsk Ket-epiHc
tirjy'i Mow FiiuiU Grow.
Gray' Ccmooh iu Kolany.
GiMv's M:tuual ot botauy,
I yell's Manu;U oi Gtorapriy,
I-vU's Fnuf;ilaot Goolty,
Myltew's Uoitk K-f.ra,
FnyMH. Jl Duutou'a Wri in Books
Qtiarkeutioi' t:iu;lih (wpuaitiuaj
bt Jstiih'ii tittdttcv.
ft-hool SiM-akrs- 14 kinds,
Want's Kirttt Botany,
W.Mkd'N Class BNk Botany
WtLiUi ley's Rlrctoric,
CHURCH MUSIC, &c
'J ) Cythera,
The Nf-w Lute ut Zioa,
Tbe S tig Crown.
J. B. COBB & CO.i
(BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONKM
i imun, ou
Jbr Salt ox Unit.
BINDERY FOR SALE. Por salo.i
coiiipifte Bii,d-ry, -..r.MSi:iPr of a Hnlint; M k !ui.
Cm tins Machine. Frss, Sl.-ars, M :iniuu:ic looln. Floiuh
and evir tlimc ie-tary to rarry in :i Bindery to ad van
ta;e. l utiM. luula will txi tumai a low nun- i..r rash
"J!1! C. A. UK AN.
LOT FOR SALE. A ticsirable"Lt.t
rotiaistiiifr oi tMte a re, tqtaalu.1 nr the male bent
uiai y. tor vale cheap, aiiu on easy terniH
seplS KOL'sK I
FOR RENT a desirable fronTOF
Klt'E on lhe senind flwr, ne:ir the MvrcUanu' Bank
SOUSE k JENNINGS,
K.-a! Est ile At.-nti.
POR SALE CHEAP. AN INTER
went puyiuK It) pr ce. t. inc ?i 700 ior v.bjch go4
wustera laitdji Wil! 1m taken.
AddreMt F.O., Drawi r IW-jni 14 :dti 5
LTHAHL1TTLB. HIRAM B. MTTLC Et.L . KBYKti.
LITTLES & KE YES, Dealers in
HEAL ESTATE Ortire. ov r O SuiM-novt., Clt-ve
laud. O., have l onutamtT m hand a larpe qa.-inti' v oi ver
.food Fanuiiiif Lands in Iowa and WiM-otiin, whu-h we wi
low lor Cash, or exchange ior Ferivoual Froportv. Chf
or Country Real EJai cdudtt 5
ifARiMS FOR SALE. Four farms
in vicinity l Cleveland price trow Sl.awto ixw.
AUu.SaivwralHuuiieiianU LoU in the City lor sale very
AiM Wrtolen FarU,ry. Raw Mill, six Dweli-n
Hnoses :ind3u acres oi laitd a! B;d lord. 1 n ies out on t;
P. R. R-.-vln.-li we wi.;eitou loug time -f will ex-
charuft: nr citv itmperty.
AIwi.Shw Mill, Cording Machine, Hon and SO acres o
lai.d.&railttsoiiloiiC. 4t M. K. H , at Annua.
Also, 2 Une faulty Id-rw. and st.-vi.-ral second-han
Wagons anl Haritvse. All lor sate very cheau ami a ion
rn-dit will be mven Hdvurrd.
A lo. Mevcral jroo4 Houses to rnt.
ail.iiidil & UTTLKS KKYFS, over63 Sop rt.
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR 8 ALU IN
KJ the be-st Commrrcial Coll. ges m the count rv. Call ut
fendf r C.innfiti- .i
ftlO 0( )0 VQXM ADVANC-
jf--V jV- V-r EOIukuimx tosmt at the old
si and and well k Down WAGNERS OK F ICE on Gold and
Silver Wati-iirb, J:wrlry, Ui:iiuoii!. titin-.. Futidi c
Hut-Hiess rftiujtly private. Oltiri: No. 3 Witter M roturf
.Superior (up KUirn) slablili-d in Jh&l. 0'ii irom A
M.tosF. M. Watches sml Jtrwetrv for saio at Uireaius
niTia dtf Onn (u.miwist llr Hhrtk
i3uilugrg & lrcl)Ucct5.
BROOKS 8. C. & E. W BUILD
KKS. Alsi Mnnuiit-turerK of Doors, Rhads,dati.
BntrketKand nt of Si-mll.K.twini' nn.i .i-.jw
Pirtirularattenti m paMl lo Kittiiu-Ut. Stores. 'actorv ui
Divi3ion-M..iie:M (Vtilre Itl.wk . Cleveland. O. aolu-41
pOKLKTT & CURRON
PARPENTERS TOOLS. The lare-
evt aisi best Tanrty in the ctlv lr salcliy 55
H. K. KAY NOLI IS. N.i. sSiine-tnySt
HOUSE TRIM MINGS, of every dea-:rilKu,Tari4-t7
siylf and )trjre forraie by
H. K. BAYNOLDS, No. 8 Suuenor St.
1 000 KKGS 0F SUPERIOR
XyJr J NA1L8 Of all S12PS and qn jlities, tor
No. 8 Suiwrinr St.
IRON AND STEEL. Alotit a ship
Xlos.l, lor sale ny II. K. ItA VKOLDS1, 1
KOSIGSLO W ,
iviatilufturrr ut all kiniNaf
SMALL MACKINKHV, LATIIKS, MODELS,
Collin? Mills fur Jewelers and Dentists
SEAL, ANU OTIIUIl I'liKSSKS etc.
TlltNINU AND KINISHIO GENERALLY.
M Superior street. Aniriran Itiiililiiis, 1 1'lvelsrJ, O.
tlMMMtltn Ibe WeiUlwIi lluuae. I aiut'Jif i;y
J RNHIUGK COAL AND C4HHON OILS The
UiuU;ir'imtl would tf?V Ut those who ihial in ormi irui nrlLn.
oils, tli-.t he h:is utrde such airaiLenie-ntn as will euaole
hnu to turnih thosv who buy Lani t him, wjth as govd
au article of
COAL AND CARBON OILS,
thr-re maniirartUTPd in tbe rrHiiiiiiL ihH hini n.
?ullou Fluid, Coal, CitTiton and Kt-rcsine LAMPS k.r
le at wholesale at INew York prices irurht atldrd. No.
'0'arioSf. no-,- K 1 AW
SEWING MACHINE Wanted,
J au AGENT in this and every Ci y and Town
iu the State. A stint", ure not rrguired to jtiiivhase n Pal cut
Kiglit. or teruis and lulortuation. spply to
, A. STRRKT,
de.r2 o3t Airgier H-.o. :ieveland.
TJOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. The
(M.TilerB. nailer the iiamu aud tirinoi HALL. EELS tt CO
is tins day dissolved hy mutual cons.:.it. I), (nwiitofs, and
alum having claims .iuu us, will he paid at the Cum
iur lai Branch Uauk. T K. HALL
DAN. F. EL1JS,
u vv itr. lumiiM
Clt?vel.iml, Der. I, 11W. d.'.'2 dtw ,?0s
MONEY TO LOAN-$800for three
yearn, secareil by lii-st-r-iass real i state
A A HON CI.ARIt.
derl d 207
HI Ontario, eor.ier oi Mii hican -treet
AISSOLiiTlON. THK OO-PAKT,
J NKItSHIP hi'retnt.in. evi.ln.v niuU. th- ,.r
Kxticrts k Eiisw.trlU. is this l:iv tlivsilyd bv mntiml hmi-
"' , , . KOlitKiS at ENsWuBTH.
C'ltmlanJ, No. 4th, 1S58.
CO-PARTNEIiSHIP. - The nrdersienMl ksye this day
Mliil, a ctiartuer.-tlip. in the firm jtue ol Pym ti'-n K
Euwrtli mmI uke ttie eutirtt lni.Mnes. autl pay ali claims
"". u mw 1414U ut suwm av SMiswurtli .
Cleyclsntl. N'.y.uh, latt.
Jvcw Citv Directory.
TN CONSEQUENCE of the recent re-
uniuberinroi the streets of this Citv thus reedeniVat
loruier lirecUnes nselew the sui.st-ntrs will issue,
Juri.it; the Ctimiui; winter, (or as sooa as the otanbf nac of
the bin-ets is completed,) a
New and Complete Directory
the Names and Resiliences, according with the new
uumlMTiBK. A I so, tn connection, a
COMPLETE BUSINESS DIRECTORY,
Airan;el alrrhiibetically ; beaidea other uiloraatjon sex.
taMtitts to the (iiiblM:.
it it iiittKled that tlm Dire-lcry shall be complete in
evtry particular. r
, J " VWLLISTON CO , Pntdwhem,
novC d 2nH ntK i,2SuirKr sireet.
NEW FEATURES-iaHH YEAR
COSMOPOLITAN ART ASS0CI1TI0.Y.
Beautiful Art Journal Valnalilc Freminma Ac
rmi8 POPULAR Art Association
J, now in it Kid. i Varoi iiatnllt-li.) success having
mrb.'scd ami ett;rave.l ou sUr. IW.riDx'i sreat Faiuuiie
"III K VII.LAOK II LACK SMITH -w,m '"5
suhx-ntxiis uul, 1 urn Itcaw ulitiM i.xr ... a....
TEK.nS OP SI USCKIPTIO.V.
Kvcrv person rcmittrnff Tiisfk 1)ollb iii .
co(.y 01 Uie sur ib SlcW Kuravmg. alter Herriuit a l
TUE VILLAGE B LACKSMITII ;
Also a eoy of lhe heavtiral
COSMOPOLITAN ART JOURNAI-
eletrinMy illustrated quart. MaeasiM. Alo Fre
do.rl) ai d WrstA-m (iallrips oi ILe Asw-rtwi
Th.-re will al. (n irivru to !h., jmhs iil-t1 several I nn.
VaJnaf.le Wurka ul Art, nwisUnr M hoe
Oil PaintingR, Bronze Sculptures. Ac .
Kroiu cebrated Amrrn aa ar.d Fureieu Artists. Jsnbsernw
.umm win ihi mreivcHl u. to Ja.iuaiy lt, 19. On the even
to: of thai date, tie Frcaiiuma wi.l be Amnl tn v.,k
Vi-t lull ttartrcalart. m TVerntber Ait JournaV-nricn
aSptciiiienct.HienltoUi.FewLvhlui:U.sub cnbe on
receipt u ta cauls.; to in.-t e. amps or coin. Address
I. UKKUV. AtUuarv. C. A. A
aV-atem Olfice, Ma liroadwav K V
Weatern OflGce, 16 Witter St., Samluky, O.
OfSIAN E. DODGE, Exclave Awnt.
WliKSCKliiK AT O.NCK. IF YOU
WISH TO SKCLKK A COPY ..f that eierant Kn
iravinc THK VI I, L At; F. BLACKSAIITII.-a?Se A?t
Jiurual, witb the mhtr Fr nutims, I e with and uis.-nh
ielre the 1st of Jannarv. I SrM-inw n .-.l., . j . i.
aud lull part icu Ian s ivn, by a;Dlvinir to .
" ONSIAN K. 1)OLh;k, Agent.
178TK A Y Came to the Premises of
the sulscr.l.er, on the 15 h iut.,'n
BLACK ANI WHiTK COW.
which an owner is wanted, luanire e.-irt ftul M
(onsireet. novJ4dHlt Ml. FAl KlCK KlNNEV.
APPLET0N, TEACT & C0
WALTHAM, MASS., OT
Patent JLerer Watches.
HnESE SUPERIOR WATCHES are
made bv tbe kid oi new ami oruiiaal martun rv, n-
deMiv ned lo kmifk witu i ..km.- dc. . l iv'
SLHblAMlAL. KK.UAHLK TiMal-KKKPVK. Ih'e
BK'Veinenls are ik w ib cooalrw tiuii. mid are .niHoced by
hthest uuthoritieM to he VAULTLK.N.S IN FHJM'l
FLK AND QL ALII Y. and have lr, u ,nvrd bv the nnt
iesi une rctialil.r and unlaihte iu atttiuu. Ilu
W;arhns am manufatttumi entire ln a crud' matfrnls, in
im; le efttalirbnirnt. bv rtstti vcl d and uiunirm Drorrwtea
manuliu'-tory beiiiK tine au net I uoaw tbe mm avsttm
be-j i adapted in the prodm tion oi the oiiequaled
Auiurican tire-aruus, whu h cublt c m- Ut jtrddt-ce a move
ment ai ONE-n kl.T the it ice ef any fcyrerpn morenteut ot
same quality; and we euantatee the periwH oiliuaiMW
lr years, of every Waicb manafuetured ry us
ALL KOKKH.N WATtlHWAKK MADK BY HAND
theAmeiH-an Watches u-iua; i he ouly oue made by m-
uioaviv, "ij-'n uiiiioiMi vysieni iuru?ii ut. eiy ail
wa'cnca areui lective, ami aru eiintinuakiy Ket
inir out ol order, lb minv lurtt it ! s.iniiir it im
oowtible to find rood WU:h re,tiiirrrs, ami Wu-n repairing
Biwuna umnniii awl expensive. liie inLrounriion ol
Dierittau w'aiiidisij.-M tit tins dirhtult hdl rncsiTT
Mks:iiants. an well: w af -b-ii':il-n. can keep Watt-he
part ot itieir mcMlan-ii.sti-k.3td thus .uipty their
ttitfounen with a Nkw KT.tPLK. win. U wsy be ustd as aiy
article, without au.iitrv or humlrne. Sold b ih
tiadesenerallv. ami dv
Kuumrss Hv Ai-Pi-fciun. li'-oeral Aewita,
eriBd&w 3in 211 iiu. 15 M:ml.-u Lane. New Yor
AIR RO 11K RH U MUSLIM COL-
UAK NewSivlsol Embrult!retl t'ullarsjust ree'A
lulls RAYMOND fc CO.
OSBORxN & VIMCKM'S new PAT
ENT SKIRT, MWiitrcu spnun. made wuboul avw-
BOvJft 1AVLOK, GiUdWULD CO.