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' ' Invariably in Advance.
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pa perwoiw foTwardiejr orders for sabeenptjoa, withoet
fH-'h. Tni nt el'K lf wtve nT altntnw
Att'ys & Counsellors.
G- EO. S. CLAPP ATTORNEY AT
LAW and NOTARY PUBLIC. Ofice oer McBrid..
Drus Store. Hem. Ohio. tnavtrnT
UROOKS, BOARDMAN & FOKD
fj ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Atwater BuiUints, U4
ot superior st., Cleveland, Ohw.
p w. aaoots. w. J. boirdmaw. ifcw.rop,
TTn.TJAMSON & RIDDLE, AT
TOKNEYS AT LAW. OBie; KtVft-.WJjM
A. O hiWi-'k.
pHARLES C. BALDWIN A 1 TO K-
Voev and Ooumslot sl Law-Offlcs 21 Superi T .. oer
City Bank. )anl6:dlr
AT LAW. Office ottr Commercial Bank
, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
lint, rto. o i-
A SPEli, J.F
XA, Warren, Inunl
1 rumba tl Conuty, Ohio.
LOSS OF TEETU. A new ana eie
ruit luiurueTifi.t wmnectej with Unlal Suicry
description of Art'llt 'IWh. Tlf pewrt : ren hir
nmlurets to eecm detection. Persons Il'
Trelh, m ta thie wermi! them, are united to call ad ei
mmine this beautiful method. Thfy are tree from J K-l-anic
actim. perfecllf n ert. and ala?j lnie.
A Full Set, from Ten Dollars and ui warJs.
t Children's Teeth lejulaled during tlw nrst and s-
"VyPi'nleU Method of CurineT,.th Ac he. and D.T'd
BooQT., Churl's Urns 3,,,,,,,
DR B. F. ROBINSON HAS RE
mored hu Deatal Olli e to hi residerce. No 4
WoodTf So? door. Northoirh. M B Cl,..rcluliereh.
will lie happr to see all of I. it. loriuer uatrona. or aay oth
ers who roar'need hu services.
rieelnrl. Miilfli o. 16" mlifltf
Flour & Feed.
FAGIN E'PICURIAN Mills Flour,
"lnTinribU with the Ae" ttfand for sale W
Double Extra FLOUR
WHITE ROSE MILLS.
Double Eilra FLOUR.
Double Eitra FLOUR.
Double F.nra FLOUR
Al Wholesale and Retail, and de'.itered ta any part of
the C.t, tree, by Y fc (.Q
. Noa. 110 at life S'ipenor street.
KTin BBLS. EXTRA FLO UK,
200 BBLS. SUPERFINE FLOUR,
100 BBLS. FINE FLOUR,
10 TONS BUCKWHEAT,
T,S For by AL PEBRY t CO
E OAT Al & AL at
A. M PERRY a CO S
A. M. PERRY & CO.,
WHOLE SALeT AND RETAIL
No. 11C V lit Superior Street,
AVE now in Store, 1,000 Barrels
and Bags Double Kitra, biirm. uw oupomw
Which ia for sal. al the lowest market ratea.
rr We shall daily 1 re. oi.ina Float from the Sojllh
anTfroiu Northern rflll-. and cm and will make It an
object for i-urchasers to del with ua.
AH Flour sold by ua will prove as we rep
f-seni. A 1
ri.IVF.EaD. Oct30Jf!: Jkw.
X v V. KI.DIIR. Just received, a nice
XV lot of Rye Flour for sale, at WuI"'!f11K""1
. No.' 70 Merwin street.
T & V.
J and 1
I Retail Dealers in Flenr, Feed and Grain, Ke
orders tilled n short notice and d.:hered to an, part
the citv tree of charge.
No. 41 Ontario itrett.
iQKQ "MORTH WESTERN
XODO. TRAKSPOKTAUON CO.
In connectioa with People's Lis. of Prorelle.a.
Ooodi Forwarded Daily without Transhipment.
Walkee, Misset 4 Co., Buffalo.
B. H. waLKGE. s
CLiBE, Pattbm & Co., New York.
C V. CLSa. " ATTE
Corwr Dock St. and Im Wliarf. Buffalo.
t . . t LA Kit.
No 5 Coenties hlip. New ork
C A FOlAiKR. 97 Pier, Alln,
Mark Packaies - N. W. T. Co ," bhip Daily, P .
East stiver, n. a .
HUBBY, HUGHES a CO, Ares'.
j LAKE Sl
. DETROIT AND
: SUPERIOR LINE.
TU favorite fastest sl earner
North Star, B.G. Sweet, Master.
The sulendid new Screw steamer
Northern Light, Join Spaulding, Master
Til. well-known Propeller
The Bumher an 1 character of these Boau will be a
citnt ruarantee to the public of s-eJ, salety and prompt
iem in carrying pnasenters and trvish a ail poin'.a
LV4iTewer- ft affords erratcr comfort and speed
hasher been ottered t the pis. 'ic ou ihM route.
v MK.,. freuht or uitormatKm amilr to
or passaee, trewm HNNA uakkETSON It CO.,
The Kortbers Transportation Co.,
WILL. DURING THE PRESENT
sessosi run their well known and popubr hue
FIRST CLASS STEAM PROPELLERS AND
Regularly between Ogdshugkaiid Cswego,i.d lbs
IwrLci.i'scsauif t. ,
Daily LifU btivtew Ogdensburgk and Oswego
mnd Porta on Lake Erie !
AndaTrt-Weeliiy Line between ORileDsbuit;1 aodOsweiec
and Ports on I-ake Michi?au ! rtMiBet-lintr at OgdensbuTrh
with the OcUeiisburgh sod Verii.nt I'ci.tnti .tonic !
tweea Osdrnivburk. Bartiagtou, Cncord. M;iacUest.
LAwrfttt'e, Nafiiiii. Lowell n Boston; aiid Sl Oswc;
with HTtv & Crmwlord 'new Osweto lin of Thirty
4'Uss CJt Bosi. (Isrfe Kize,)on the eoLsired csiml
tweea Oswego stid New York, thus afford ins a Kfpolar,
SDeedy and Cheap Route, with but one trauvhinmeut
twfn ; BosK. Nw tnjrUud and New Yo.k ;ind the
Thii ComnanT ha in? ssade the most ampltritrraaee
sueuts at Oswf-tb fr lTkand SltxareiWililies with
I"- hau.lliuii, a&ortiiijt; and Shipping
Freiebt. upon tbe plan practiced aiOrdensburjU.caucusr.
aniee ihe sate, promot and periect delivery of all proper.
entrusted to its rare. ...
This Line conn.-cts at Olei-fland with the Nortlien
Transuftrution Line of Canal ll.tsoa the Ohio C anal,
hneoi Propeller to Like Superior, and with Railroads
Cotanibos, Cincinnati, Indian:. pohs, Lltltle aod
AOS NTS AMD CONSIGNEES' I
r, 1 Slip. N.Y..rk
1 I. Warner.
Geo. Clark, 1 113 Broad
y C. Hose..) a. ors.
Hover a Crawford., Oswego
Malhsra So. .Chicago, III.
(vine Kimball. 108 State
jCrHwlori c Co., OroeasVh
a.T Walker Toledo,
... R Mrthews, Detroit,
Bare la) a Co., Milwaukee
Locus a Co., Raciae. J. F. Kiasnsn, Sheboyr
Cbambtrlin. Crawford A, Co., Cleveland,
Real Estate Agency.
-KKAL ESTATE OFFICE.
O. ilWaTIk STEKET, (LaTEC. A. EES k OO.'S ESSE.)
LANDS IN IOWA, WISCONSIN,
Micfaican aBdlllinois.foTsal.lioui iAO to s 10.00 pe
acrelorcaihartd on lonicredita. Al?oCllj property Farai
and Landu id Ohio lor sale and exchsiitre. Loan, aeeotia
ad l .nd WTT.nt. looted I. Ik. ffrit m.rl.
Real Estate Agency. Engravers.
FNGRAVIXJ AND LITHOC RAPH
BRAINARD & BURRIDGE,
ENGRAYEBS AND LITHOGRAPHERS
. eat, C Ireland, O.
E. Cowlcs Co., Publishers
-Office -No. 14 i Superior Street.-
'IVrilH 1 ler week ta :ii Sah-rrikei
ItliUS ) Five Dollar per year la Mull r.alaerlaer
CLEVELAND, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1858.
Real Estate Agency. Engravers. Miscellaneous.
TANIELW. DUTY would re-
1 .rtertfuiiv- rail the attention of all w-nwras not in
lormcd, and Mifchiug to procure auyiuitig in his Una, to his
Sew Style of Burial Casket.
It is made light and contenient f r transportation, pulling
in Tau Lis. or oiuiu hi lute.m uL, and finished ma beauti
ful aa. chas e -t. He has th ptea.su re ot knowing that
itiev wet with ti.u u.uet umv,. o-iiujnuoQ aud approval.
Tht-y ued.ot u Ui tm appirctaieu. a compicm
Mtrtinvut oi thu
Common Styles of AVooJ and Metal Coffins,
Ke'4 mmis sittlv on hand, topt hfr with a great rsrity -f
.sHKoUUS and TRIMMINGS. Jn addition tetheabore,
he to nw k.iVLu-d.l iw tarnish KED ttDAK BOXtS, pU
tofettierwiihr.pper uuL na iiroU, u all persousuuo
nit.v t.rrlr ttitiu. , .
rrtttii. e. N- Hi Kne sin rt hotwumhw
lJRE IRONS AND STANDS,
OUNMEXTAL COAL VASES,
i FOLWXG FENDERS,
J WIRE FIKE GUARDS,
KOGLi, ENhWOIiTH 4; CO '
For sale at
Crocks rr and Hun -e Knrniahrns; Store.
liWAtlJ IIU1MP0ON. 1
FRANCIS K. ELLIOTT J
Bvl'ore O. B. Tibbits, Justice of the Peace, Cleveland,
l uyuii cumy, unto.
UIE Defendant is Lotified, that at
niv im-tiinc au unlir J allM-htucut waa issu d uy stud
Justice, 011 the 3 I dav of Nov. muer, 1S58, aea.nst the de
lend. id, Krsui- s U. Elliott, a iiou-ii:ideut di btor, lor the
sam of one hunJrt J aud thiriy-I'.ve il)-liW dollars, arid said
c ause la set lot hejriug ou tl.e Itili d:iy "f Dt-ci mhi-r, at 2
p. M F.DWAUII THOMPSOK,
no203w2O) Py 1: ii. HtWT. his AU'y.
yiGS, HAIR WORK, BATHS,
SUAYINl! AND HUE-DRESSING SALOON.
Wed.leM H.mae Block. Bank St.
:AI, OIL LA.rll-S.
XCE LSIOR BRECKENRIDGE
! f'liAla ill I.. This Oil is-u'ir)v tree in m odor.
and .will miu la the Uez .m and Stivick Oil Lamps. It
sine TtCSl :ifiieie luuuiaciureii iu tiie cuumiy. j ut
at No 60 Outario sl reel. iun I H. LAW
LMTEU STATKS AMI FOKK1U.N.
PATENT OFFIQE AGENCY, OP
posiln Weddcll House, bvnV street, !leelsud. Oh
T D. FISHEK, NOTARY PUBLIC
T tor u
Western Iands, c ; Collects K
vahotrs (Lountv. and LAN L and GKNKKAL
AGKN r, attends to all NotuTial busijKSs; ueuo ibUs
ktkaj 1 ounirt Ken. Miuif,
Lents and Money; iu sti-
ttatrs Titles; dr.iws Deed. MortRaffes, Ltrases. c. Re
nifinher the Ofti.f, N. 2 Superior street, in O, Cutter s
Bui'diiie. over M urliM 's Hardware Store soi-ihtl 20
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Has become a bonsrhuld word.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Makes a lievaTsre delicious ss nectar.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Takes less Coffee than any other.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Never fails to do its work right.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Gives a healthy beverage.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Is a friend to Dspeptna.
THE OLD DOMIXION COFFEE POT
Makes husbands fcaLpy.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Makes wives good-natured.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Is the cook's delight.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
.! nit1"- - '
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Prevents matrimonial discords.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Oivea the Arabian berry in perfection.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Is based nnon science and coalman sense.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Is used ty all good lions .-keepers.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT,
3 putu, qmrta. 3 quaru, quarts, and quarta, is for
' FOGO, ENSWORTH k CO
235 and Z17 8orTior St.
China, Crockery, Glas Ware,
House Furnishing Articles
ffe SUPERIOR SW
L-J- CLEVELAND. fTJ
havine united their two e-
l.l.ltilcmflltH. and HOW OR-
copnut XV.O bTGKLSon
Sflieta & Superior
Larw est and Eichest Stock of China west
Would resnectiuuy inrite
i? M.,uiu.kM'uers. anil those
about roinnto riouseneep-
itur as well as atiaiurtncTiwira! I leviaiiu, "".-""V;
aro.ue thetr immense mock of th. akov. named Ooods,
which comprises we
New York City.
Wa biTe on hard a complete ass.rtnent of
WHITE IRON-STONE WARE,
Of the finest qnaliiT, warranted not to crack or tnru yellow
from But water, anu ior sai. u.
Dinner, Tea, and Breakfast Sets,
Or by the ainsle piece, as low as c-in be bouetit ia the
W. nave aifco iw.w,,
.. l mv mnA fun rt-h Srtr: and we
UM ea7.u7. TIN STYLE AM) PRICK,
most fastidious admirer, of China, aim, an siiku. o.
and a vaaiE ry or
iim F Fl'RSTISHIG ARTICLES,
RRIT 4NNI A. ALBATA t SILVER PLATED WARE;
ZINC AND TIN t 'HAMHt-K -m
ICE CRl'.AM FKEtZF.RS;
TKA-TBAYS, WAITERS, FILTERS, tc
Our Stock Coaapnsss vy variety of
y-.o u T V m XT T V H
UAO A ' "
Chandeliers, Brackets. Drop Lights, raper
Glass Shades, Lighters, Ac.
g". r? ui"hin!3ioI-Toi
PRICES VERY LOW FOR CASH.
Oondaeirefull, packad and delivered at the Depots
FOGG, EXSW0ETH & CO ,
n,-o. 233. 235 V 83T Superior street,
n Corner of Seneca. CLFTF.LAND.
0TJR TJN RIVALED ASSORTMENT
And Gas Fixtures,
For the Fall Trade, is now open, and will be
At Prirei that Defy Competition.
FOGG, ENSWORTH cV CO.
.. . T1.r.n . r 1 , r- -i
For Dwellings, for 25 cts.
At n. p. noPKiss',
no.4 39 Public Square.
T EMO V AL. A
. .a. . k..armr.aMl hi t i I ,a iiiaT establish'
mtr .ltoNa 36 Prospect St , in Bsnder's Block, when
wili te happy to fe his old friends. He is preari-d
usunl to mie uiouung m iu wicw -"-'-;"
i - T
i- i. o l s. ih.VMlcl.il. keeosciHlst
hand a choir,- afcVkul Clotn., Cassimere anil V
which he will make up In the most approscu acji.
m TH K 1.AU1KS. We have
I i . l.rvM and choice lot of newKihbon-1.
eis, Keat.iers, aao sobj. c " - ,
u.r..,.. . nii cM-nhich hve been houeht rery
aad will b. sold st rEBCEKT uEssTH.a rosMH
r.llarl. .naa.-.L.. . .IpClkOO Willie 111. abbOl.Ul.U.
coyipl.t.: At SHAW C.
CITY & NEWS ITEMS
SATlllUAV MOBMSti, DEC. 4.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING.
iy Plain and Ornamental Printing of erery descritiie
oooat the Printing Establishment ot the Leader Office.
on the latest impr red and must rapid steam presses, in the
best style, on short notice, and at reasonable rates. Par
ticular attention paid to blank work. Erery description
of Binding done, especially Blank B hjIis, Ledgers, Journ-
U. S. Circuit and Disteict Cocet. This
Court was occupied daring the day with the case
of R. A. Brit ton vs. Ashtabola and New Lisbon It
R. The case will be continued to-dar.
Court or Common Pleas. Southward vs. Mer
chants Inaarance Company. Verdict for Plaintiff
for $1095, with motion for a new trial by Defen
dants. . Willard vs. Cnmmings. Action to recover value
of promissory ncte. Verdict for Plaintiff for$562,
50. Morrow vs. Ililliard. Verdict for Plaintiff for
g 400 and interest.
Sophia Lacy vs. Elanson Lacy. Action for Alli-
mony. On trial before Judge Bishop.
Goo.W. Chapman and others vs. Isaac Sherman.
Action for violation of contract On trial before
No session of Police Court yesterday morning.
Cleveland Weatheb All places, it is to be
supposed, are enjoying a long spell of weather,
but we doubt if all bare such a mixture as we
Cleveland enjoy On last Saturday night snow
fell to the depth of about six inches, and bright vi
sions of sleighrides gladdened the pillows of many
young ladies and gentlemen as they dropped to
sleep wmie listening to the gentle tapninzof the
snow flakes against the windows. Sundav mnrn.
tog all promised fair, aud the merrv sound of
eighbells was heard in our streets. Ere llondav
morning the cold storm had given way to one of
rain and sleet, which rapidly dissipated the snow,
and, with occasional cold staps, to render the
streets hard and freeze the mud, "slush" aud mire,
have reigned supreme until the present time.
The experience of every pedestrian, aud the events
of every day, call loudly for some provision for
street crossings by which passers can ford the
miry tnorougulkres. What a capital thing it
would be if a system of deep sea soundings could
be instituted upon our principal streets by which
the most practicable routes of tmnnit m,,i,i io
known. Who will move first in the matter and pe-
tiiiou Congress to fit out a squadron for the pur
Not only in the city, but on all the roads leadiue
from the country, the roads arc almost impassable.
1 he frost is entirely out of the ground, and the
mild weather of several days past has so soaked
the ground that wheels sink to the hubs, and even
then find unfathomed depths of mud below them.
The streets aud roads should bo dratrfred every
morning in search of bodies that may have founder
ed daring the night.
The Review and Cobokeb Qabtmanh. The
Review of yesterday morning contains an uncalled
for attack upon Coroner Hartmann, relative to the
recent inqoe3t on the body of Gosanna Ready, but
fails to make any stronger point against him, than
that he continued the investigations of the jury as
been buried with such apparent iudt ceut baste as to
excite suspicion. He at once set to work to liuut
up the grave, which he succeeded in finding after
a day's search." Were this a statement of the sira
pic facts iu the case, it would be nothing more
than would be expected and required of him
to do as a public officer, but the body was
buried on Sunday afternoon, and exhumed ou
Monday morning, so that his day's work in hunting
up the grave is nowhere. It is insinuated that the
Coroner did all iu his power to get the money which
was known to be in the woman's possession before
she died, into his own hands for his private benefit;
and, the Review adds, "In one humble judgment,
If any mouey was missing, the Police authorities
were the persons whose province it was to hunt
it up." Had the writer learned the facts in the
case, he would have been spared the labor of writ
ing the above. The Coroner refused to go on with
the investigation, as to the whereabouts of the
I tnat m'ter was outside of hie Jurisdiction. He
tiupijr uiauc wuai c&aiiiiuutiun was necessary
show the connection the money had with the dealh
of the woman, and that being known, be closed the
evidence. The disposition of the clothes and
money will be investigated in another court The
Review's flings aud sneers at Coroner Hartmann.
of I written to gratify a personal spite need no notioe
money and clothes of the deceased, although the
attorney of the daughter wished it, alleging that
Helodeon. Ah. Barnett will appear at
Uelodeon again to-night. His recitals and readings
and rendering of different passages are most adml
rably performed, while his comicalities are enoagh
to cause the hearers to be tracked home, as David
Copperfieli would have tracked the faithful Peg
gotty, viz : by the buttons they shed. HU recita
tion, " Will the new year come to night, Mamma?"
will draw tears from many a mothers heart, aye,
and father's, too. Foe's " Bells," a splendid thing
any where, Mr. Burnett gives with most wonder-
fit! power and fidelity to the apparent design of
author. But we most not narticuUriie further,
. ., .... . .
ior we recollection ol ins Illinois Debating Ulub
his rapid transformations in the "lover" piece,
im-pious trick, as agentleman behind as remarked)
warn us not to commence an enumeiauon oi
prominent pieces. Go and hear him to-night.
Stove. The very best stove we know of
, warming large rooms is manufactured by
ana BrocklTn & j of yorJngstown. EverT
seems to have been taken to piodncea model
"no"' cbine the great.st amount of heating
capacity, perfect and unobstructed draft and
in attending. The casting is smooth and hand
some, and the shape makes it quite an ornament
The one we are using iu our press room weighs
more than five hundred pounds, and answers a
ter purpose than any store we have ever used,
so well do we like it that we have ordered a
ond for our job room. These two departments
our office are very large, but we have no hesita
tion in adopting the stoves manufactured by
Brooklyn & Jones, as perfectly adopted to warm
ing them thoroughly. They contain a very
heating surface, are economical in amount of
consumed, and the castings are heavy and substan
The Elephant Clcb. The members or
Cleveland branch or this honorable and honored
order, met on Thursday evening, in a friendly
social party on the occasion of the birthday of
"High-old boy." As may readily be inferred,
was no lack of fun and pleasure, and, as the
pany departed many hopes were expressed that
worthy presiding officer should enjoy many
of the anniversary, and the club long
1... It. AVi.AllAn monaaman. If oa an
I WWllW. IIIM.IIWI, . W MUV U
Phantine as the present High.ld boy.
Loso Ferry. The propeller Cuyahoga,
Hathaway, is to run this winter as a ferry
between Milwaukee and Grand Haven, in
with the Detroit and Milwaukee
road. The distance is 80 miles.
Deep Snow At Adrian, Mich., it
all day Saturday and most of Sunday, the
in the woods being about a foot.
For the Lender.
Thanksgiving Enlarged and Improved.
We remember the days of yoro Thanksgiv
ings in old Connecticut, and they were goodly
days. On the 25th we unexpectedly .found our
selves seated with the Widow ana Children of
Edward Uinraao, an early settler in the town
of Atwater, Portage county, at an ample table
laden with al! the varied products of the gar
den, the field, the sea, the coop, the sly, the
stall and the store, prepared to please the pal
ate in every form. Some sixty souls were pres
ent. Infancy in dependent loveliness iust
blooming into childhood Childhood sweetly
innocent, just blooming into youth Youth in
its beauty just opening into the maturer graces
of developed manhood and womanhood Man
hood, male and female, ripening into age, and
age ripenr-d and waiting to pass into that life
where all ages bloom in eternal loveliness,
were all blended in the scene. Toothless in
fancy smiled on the breast of the young moth
er, from whose features the traces of childhood
bad scarce failed. Elder sisters led their moth
er's little ones by the hand. Elder brothers
looked from the verge of manhood on brothers
in the bloom of childhood. Sisters who had
become mothers, and Brothers who had be
come fathers and grand-fathers, bore each their
own and reflected each the other's graces.
Toothless age looked with tearful gladness on
the blending life, strength and beauty that had
taken its being from her bosom. The long
cherished Pastor was invited to share their
festivities and uttr their thanks to God, and
with his wife, participated in the glad celebra
tion of united hearts. Life haa been bountiful
aud health merciful to this family Disease
has afflcted slightly Death stricken sparingly
among them. The cherished likenesses of
those Death had taken passed gently from hand
Blending siglis of sadness,
With the smiles of gladness,
And hopes of Heavenly birlli,
With fading hopes of Earth.
In sncli scenes the stranger usually inter-
xueddleth not, but a Father, absent from his
family, was known to be in town, and was in
vited in to share the festivities. It made the
festival complete in the element of thankful
ness and kindness. The Parent, the Child, the
Pastor, and the Stranger, were there.
Jiow, air. tumor, in view of such a scene,
will your readers have patience if I moralize a
little. V cu don tit less remember the tune when
scarecrow pictures were hung up in the eastern
villages to prevent people Iroin emigrating to
Ohio. Good conservative men, benevolent and
kind, felt in duty bound to prevent families
from coming here on account ot the privations,
hardships, dangers, diseases that awaited them
in the wilderness. Uut where amid the Iu ju
ries of the East has there arisen families so
numerous, so exempted from disease and death.
and crowned with health, strength, beauty and
abnndance, eo blessed with all that makes
nation great, kindred valuable and households
honorable as are found hero and there every
where amid the families of these Early Settlers
offspring of men who boldly and wiecly braved
the concentrated perils of the wilderness to
make homes for their posterity. Ihese brave,
fruitful men. who fear not the wildciDe liS
loving hourU4V, KCils, fillLHr- " honored of
Edward ninman came to this township forty.
one vears aoo. tlTen a howline wilderness more
inhabited bv wolves than men, built his cabin
on the farm where this Thanksoivinj scene oc
curred He had eleven children, ten of whom
are still living. He died in '43, but his Widow,
the mother still lives. As I saw her surround
ed, honored and cherished by all that is noble
in manhood, lovefy in youth and charming in
childhood, I could not but feel that she had
done woman's duty well. I did feel that the
longings of the old Jewish women for off
spring were the holy, honest promptings of wo
n an's uncorrupted, noblest nature, the instinc
tive pantings of her being for that which brings
Dredging St. Clair Flats.
Congress appropriated 50,000 for the pur
pose of dredging out the channel across St. Clair
Flats. Mr. Theodore D. Barton, of Buffalo,
tooi- tie j0b to dredge the middle passage of the
g th j, alld j the fall of 1857 be made
cut of four thousand feet in length aud forty feet
in width, and a second cut of same widlh and
depth and nearly the same length alongside the
first cut The winter then closed the work.
Thn Detroit Free Press nives the prooress of
the work this year as follows;
V.nrv last SDrinir ooerations were resumed,
ith a balance on hand of 430,391. During the
season there has been excavated and removed
1-29.S63 cubic yards of earth. Ihe whole
amount eicavated and removed by the contract
or, in both seasons, is 153,260 cubic yards.
The channel as cut is about 6,500 feet in length
The narrowest partis the upper end, wuere
there is a with of 200 feet, of 12 feet water
The width at the lower end is So feet, wliion
is about the average width throughout. The
least width of 13 feet water is 170 leet, anu
.vcrrre about 230 feet. There are, however,
near the lower end of the channel, several spoia
,-here there is but 12 feet depth, caused uy
movement of the dredges in stormy weather,
which could not be brought back to their
nn.itinn airain with perfect accuracy.
r -o ,u. rf:..i
ana I contractor sioppeu wora. uu m n uncu
(an government account, ne nas neen empioyeu
the aumomies naving t..u- u.p u-
nadian fund, and has kept steadily at wont untd
nis - recent, Xhe CanaJian Parliament, some
made an aoDranriation of $20,000
Van ,,,, nrpr,nen. should be comDleted.
care 'tUfUl with that work they have taken
that the works in hand.- Their operations have been
ha pvnended on these works when a channel
. . ,
certain dimensions aoout n-o suowi iu. -o.
directed mainly towards increasing the width
ihe nresent channel. We have no definite
count of these operations, but understand
they have increased the widtn at tne upper
about sixty feet, and about thirty at the lower,
and probably about fifteen throu";h the centre.
As tne worns are now, an oiipmpiwouu
850,000 will make a channel 6,01)0 feet Ions,
feet deep and loU leet wide, wnicnwoutuunoru
sufficient water, even when at the lowest stage,
for all classes of vessels navisatinj the lakes.
The amount of capital invested upon these
ters should certainly be an inducement for Con.
gress to make this appropriation. There is now
by estimates maue at ine wubwjm uuum.-,
83C0,0O0,O0O invested in property annually
n-usinrr over these Hits, and putting the amount
already expended wun tuai requireu hjcuuiiih-uj
the works it will be seen that for every
expended in the improvement three thous
dollar's worth of Drooerty will be benefitted,
ovprv ppnt of which is now imperiled by
lint tin- Xnrthwfst will be erateful for
work alreadv acconiulished. Vessels have
aed thmurrh the channel, since tnese improve
ments have been made, ui the nigni lime, a
never before accomplished in the history ol
navio-ntinu: and wt-en the liilUt house and
con which are now being constructed at
head of the lake shall be completed, it win
quite easy to make the passage at any time.
liuoys have been placed along me line oi
Capt. cuannei i,y tIie aiJ of bich the passage is
boat fcctly sale.
Damages. A brakeman on the Pennsylvania
Railroad, who had his foot smashed through
carelessness, as was alleged, of some of
other hands on the train, has recovered a
dict of $5,775 damages against the Company
the Westmoreland County Common Pleas
The Sewing Machine Considered.
The "Quaker City" Machine in Competition
with the high priced ones—What it will do.
The introduction of the sewing-machine has
been hailed with great pleasure by our over
tasked housewives, not only for the advantages
that it would possess as a labor-savin? ma
chine, but as a health-eivinrr one also. For
there is no labor so productive of long disease
as that of sewing, and which has sent so many
f our most intelligent females to a premature
grave. No sooner had the first notes of victo
ry subsided and the public mind become assu
red of the success of this new triumph of gen
ius, than the price of the machine was put be
yond the means of the great mass of the peo
ple most directly interested, thus making it a
sort of aristocratic implement to grace the par
lors of the rich, or the workshops of concentra
tienius had taken her highest &iiht, she was
jnst about to kiss the cheek of Labor, and re
store the roseate hues of health, which had
been stolen by overtasked toil, but the almigh
ty aouar claimed me rewaid, and at its bidding
the new boon was wrenched from the hand of
the toil-worn sewing girl, the industrious wile
and overtasked mother, and .riven to those who
could use it only as a pastime, and to further
oppress me deserving and industrious. Tha
needle was again resumed, and the new-born
hope faintly faded from view, when new at
tempts were made, not for an improved ma
chine that could be sold at a price that should
come within the reach of all, but for a machine
possessing equal merit which might be brought
in competition, thereby compelling a reduction
of price. This has now been accomplished, aud
we have cheap sewing machines of high merit,
doing work in all respects as good as that done
by the most elaborately-finished, one-huudred-and
a otices of cheap machines have from time to
time appeared, but in most cases they are mere
catch-peniiies made to sell; running well for a
short time bnt soon out of order, like a mock
auction watch. These have been and continue
to be hawked about the country, preventing the
introduction of those really worthv. Any person
having a slight knowledge will see at once that
a good sewing machine cannot be sold ior ten or
even twelve dollars and leave a moderate profit
to the inventor; at the game time he will admit
that the hundred and one-hundred-and fifty-dollar
ones must yield a princely profit to the ma
ker. But there is a limit to all things, and es
pecially to these extravagantly high-priced ones.
in our humble opinion, tue owners ot these ma
chines have missed a figure in t'jeir calculations
by puttingthe price so high that they have driv
en off the largest class of customers, and have
awakened a competition that will bring them
down from their high position and compel them
to uiviue meir Dusiness wim men oi more utili
Some time since, Mrs. Rural visited the Gar
den City with a view of purchasing one of these
cheap machines, and alter looking about and
examining their several merits, she determined
to purchase the " Quaker City" machine.which
sews with two threads, makinu the double-lock
tight stitch in the same way aa that of one of
its aristocratic cousins. This machine was
found at the shoe store of Chas. . Winwall,
133 Ijike street, for sale by L. Cornell & Co.,
(their P. O. address is Box 3.9S2.) They have
a small machine for ordinary family sewing for
35,00. This is adapted to ordinary work, and
from its cheapness is the most popular. They
have also one at $50.
This is adapted to the finest cambrics to
making quilts tor tailors and for saddlers' nan:
tuin -iigu. i..u liCavy work. Airs. iwuroT select
ed this in preference on that account, aa ber sev
en boys will need considerable in the way of
tailoring and quilt making before they are ready
to swarm Ironi tue parental nive.
Most persons suppose that it requires, an ex
perienced person to put one of these machines
together aud work it; hut this, wt think, is quite
an error, as the one shipped us was in the orig
inal package as it came from the shop in Phil
adelphia. This we unboxed, and put its several
parts together and commenced work upon it, be
ing tue nrst attempt ot the kind, and in wmcu
we had no difficulty in succeeding to our wish.
There can be no difficulty in havino one of these
ni.icu.ines snipped to the country like other
freight, and put in operation by a person ot or
dinary experience in machinery, especially when
one has the printed directions (which from some
cause were not sent us.) It is, therefore, nearly
useless to spend time in visiting the city for the
purpose of taking lessons. Send for one at once
and have yonr lall sewing done up before yonr
tardy neignbor can divest beraelt ot the suppos
ed mystery surrounding it That these machines
are good we have ample evidence from the fact
that the high-priced machines are being greatly
reduced in price, one of them being put at S50,
and others $25 to $50 leas than heretofore.
The time is not distant when a sewing-machine
will surely form part .of the furniture of
family as the rocbinrr-ehair. It will add to
health of our female friends, and by relieving
them of the drudgery of sewing, will enable
them to adorn their minds hy reading and place
them in a more independent social position,
Vie would not be understood as saying
anions the lower-priced machines there are
others worthy of attention, for in this we might
unwittingly injure the reputation of some wor
thy machine, but we haxe tried the " Quaker
City," and find it all that could be reasonably
expected of any of the kind. It will sew
finest cambric, make a shirt with the exception
of sewincj on buttons and making the button
holes, it will sew heavy woolen cloth, quilt
bed spreads, stitch and bind our carpets,
that too with the spool thread in common
One thing it will not do, and that is it will
patch the boys pants or dam the stockings.
We think we cannot do our agricultural friends
a better service at this time when there is
much sewing needed, than to call their attention
to the great value of those nseful and labor-sav
ing implements in our domestie economy.
Chicago Press and Tribune.
The Agent for the "Quaker City" in this
is Walter C. North, on Bank street near Supe
rior, who will be pleased to show the machines
to all who call. A fresh supply of the
SewiniT Machines will be received forthwith.
The iaJies are respectfully invited to exaDune
these beautiful and expeditious tea in stress? b.
RE NOW OPENING a new
BEST, FREEMAN & CO.,
217 Superior Street,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
BAY STATU SHAWLS,
ALEXANDER KID GLOVES,
We are also Ageats for the new
JVf TZJ.YT BISHOP,
Which ta just the article.
Hats, Caps, & Furs.
N E AV
FUM.ER & CO.,
No 25 Water Street, Cleveland, Ohio
HAVE THIS DAY 1
Which will bs their ...
Last Opening of Furs
THE PRESENT SEASON.
THEY MUST BE SOLD
January 1st, 1859.
CALL AND SEE THEM.
At 2.1 Water Street
J I. Benedict & Sons, f
fYFFER to the citizens of Cleveland
YF Sitd vtrinttc lhir T. A fl(iv. ml f tsu irix: ini.e
STOCK OF FALL AND WINTfcK GOODS aoiuiut
UM.U aic tun tiUBH sayieii III
SILK, CAsSMERE AXD SOFT HATS;
CAPS, oi the latest and most approved styles, for Men,
Buys and Jnfants; also,
CHILDREN'S FANCY HATS,
And a most macnibcent assortment of
Ladies' and Children's Fancy Furs,
Received within a few days, consintiur of
Large full Capes,
-i ne nrr aranmacinrerr, anil of all' the citTerent
kind of For now worn in this country ;
SWAN'S BOWS AND TEIMI5C FUE,
In preat alMuulanre ;
GENTS' AND BOYS' FUB,
And other kiwis of GAUNTLETS, GLOVES, and
BUFFALO AND FANCY ROBES,
In large qnintitiea.
Onr stock is equal, if not superior, to any ever
offered in Northern Ohio, and
Will be Sold at Prices to Snit the Times.
And Purses of all.
COME AND EXAMINE OUR COODS, AT
SOI Superior Street.
L, BE5EDICT & SONS
RE OPENING A
L VALUABLE STOCK OK
LADIES' AXD CDILDRES'S FURS.
Latliesare inrited to call and exmmirre them before saakiaf
tneLr purcoastis, at New No.)2Ui uiwrwr at-
FEES, ItlFFALO KUBKS, i.e.r-
IV. Dockstader & Co.,
(Old No. IS )
SCPERIOR STREET, New Na. Ill,
A RE NOW IN RECE1TT of their
J. fall stock of
Ladies' and Misses' Fflrs,
Of the latest and rirbest styles, of erery variety msoit
factured ex press lr for as, by lit best uanufsftarers
i'W 1VIBVUIMMWU VI
Mantelets, 1 autillas, Capes, CutT k Inffe;
A treat ran el y of Misnes' Fare, of all kintis; Ladies'
Mitts ami Glove!, Ovnr&hftes end Foot Msts.
Also Cloth. Fur. JMusii. Hilk. (iiazad. and ererr
Tarjcty of UeuU, Young Men's, aud Caudrou's
HATS AND CAPS.
Flnsh uxi Fur Mafflerit! ftUvvM a-rwi fitfa ni rnr rhrfi
and Buckskin, of ail me styles in learltut,
Trunk. Valises, Carpet Bags, Canes, etc.
50fl Buffalo Botes,
B the hale or sinrle. toet-ther with fine FANCY ROBES.
AH of which will lie sold aa low as csn be potckased
any house iu the city.
C7 An examination of our stock in respectfally
o dim 915
HATS AND CAPS. An
endless variety for Men and Boys De-
SIMtble etvlee for Fall untt Win tor md
eceised vvtr B. BUTTS, 25 Sap nor street
31 So. 121 Superior Street.
(Old No. 25.)
I AM now in receipt of my extensive
and well selects 1 stock of
Uats, Caps, Furs, Fall k Winter Gloves,
The attention of Ihe Ladies is rrsMctfallv invitM. Lo
fiue stock of DRESS V'VhS, GLOVKS. MlTTS.
whirh have oeen seiectei with rreat care frum ih
sppnMedittrlesandnistuniiaS. My FUR ROOM. I intend,
dun ii ttie uppruaclmig sessnn, shall contain one of
Burst assort luenit ertfr offered in tuss e:y, aad at prices
unusual 1" low. My ssonioe!U of
il A X S AA1I I ArS
Cannot be surpntwd, e-iteciMllr in the vsnous frrades
SOFT FELT HATS, wlitca nve now becouu. suclt
erul litTorites. Also,
CHILDREN'S GOODS, r
IS GREAT VSBIETT.
Trnnka, Talisea, Kafra ana ITaabrallaa
Constantljr on hand, direct frias aaannfactOTirs
the idaca. . B.BUI IS,
ocin INew No.) IU Su .nor
rjE. STAIIl & CO.
iW avt nupwiiwi os
(New Nttotber )
Have received ft Magnificeut Stock of
BUFFALO ROBES, GLOVES, io.
The attention of Ladies is partiealarly called la
sueriur assort ment f
LADltiS F AINU I I UK9,
Pnri-hused Ifaas stEPver-dunns; the treat depression o
Fun marks! of the most celebrated Eastern Manur'a
era, at prices trn pkrckdsntlT Low Ourassortaiant
bnicef every lesirnble vsrietv. and axe all made ttu ia
MOST VASHIUXAMLE STYL. We are prtiar
sell tuein eveu
HavinaT a oractical Fair er in oar eat Dior, we are
I nared to nmia or reoair fell kiads of Fura. ui-r"
Bianoer. Trie fc :b reutatiB awaided to our
i years pas will oe iiuiy Buuuiaiwca.
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