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DAILY MORNING LEADER.
PUBLISHED DAILY, TRI-WEEKLT ft WEEKLY, ST
COWLES & COJ?
54 Btrjienor Itreet.
TERMS OF DAILY AND TRI-WBEKLT.
year, to mil. BUOecribers $5.01
7ri-Weesily,pi.-r week Gli ctn.
- rr 10l
Onily far Irw ikaa One Year, 50 rents per
Tt'i'iii of Weekly Leader.
l m. ro.trt-too ti:tve onrlnded Lltmt a redaction in the
ane; oi" Uie LK VliKR would tie beueticiiil to its patrons, as
wen a wimuni-ever:: anu nav, accoruinciv. reuueeu
t'te iiucnpiiorj prir-e at tlie WKKKLV LRADF,R. lo.n
:e ui,scril.rsU ONK DOLLAR AND FIFTY CKNTS
M-r sr. and ON-'. DOLLAR for m months They also
o.h;rthc foilowiu.; iudurfiiient?toe)uhs;
1 i-o;-ies .SUi.ofll copies 2 GO
IS " 17. IM Ml " 46
U M 3V0J 1; " 90 '
A 11 to onu luMrosi Fi 'ents extra will befhanr.don
ti copy, to Clubs, wlit-re lite name ot ;lie sehrK'nler is
rr.Mffi on it. An cTira cop uiuwcuiu me geuer uu i
a-: Club for ..it. .ruuli;t.
Invariably in Advance.
y -f--ri.(if forwiirdinr onlcrii for mibarription, wilhont
EO. S. CLAPP ATTORNET AT
VXnWam) NOTARY PUBLIC. Ofice orer MrRtiJn
lrur St-ire. B.ea. Ohio mayGmt
ROOKS, 150ARDMAN & FORD
ATTOltXKYS AT L W. Awaler ltinldm ;, .l
o! sjnen.ir St.. i.ieieikuu, . ino.
II V,-. BROOKS. W. 1. BOAKDMAK. tW. FO
WILLIAMSON & RIDDLE, AT
y -JOIlNEYSArLAW. Olli. No. . : u;-n.-M
t'it-.-rt:.uil. Oluo. S. UII.1.IAMMIN
in iTar lesomTwin- a tto r-
XJuew J ia OuaiMvlfC t Law-OIBe M S'lpcn t f . over
l-i-v I'.r.t janir.:dly
j IALMER& AUSTIN, ATTORNEYS
i Al LAW, OUit over Commercial liaiik
" SPEK.J.F., ATTORNEY ATLAWj
Warri n, Iruml.ui! Owity, Oiiio. office NnSl-?
LOSS OF TEETH. A new and de
cant iim.r..M:n. lit .-t.nin-i'.trd with Dental um-rv
fcw i,c-" ii.v.i.t.-.l. It is llio pr ..l.l.'tlou of mi entirely n
i,;,Ti.tioi. or Art li. nil Twill. Tlmy so -rlVrl ly resc-mtn-inluri:
u tli tecum. Pernoii, riqu-iuil Artih.:iil
'I'-i 1 li a s i tli.i-e woariim them, are invlli'.l toe:ill and ex
Manmli.il btantifnl ra-thtnl. Ttirynn- Ine fiomaiiyg.il
v:hii- art! m. jiorffr'lv inert, ami alwayspure.
""" A Full S'-'.. timi Ton Hollars aail in w.inls.
f't'ltililre.ii's Tei lli loiQlatfil durinstlic Itr and m
OTHi itonllllon. . . . , .. i
--f Pamli t Mt tlioil of rurii'irTootll A. lie. anil llcrai'd
Ten li. Willi, uu-ylr .-'ini; Hi- Ts.lli. it raiisiiiai.y :un.
IIA1.I.IWEI.I. t HAMKLS, Doutisls,
Uoonis oyer Cburch.liV Urug Store, , v c ...
R. B. F. R0RINS0N HAS RE-
f IIIOTftd HI IKIIIMI IMIII C I" "' .i h
will i- ivn,- ts-c :M "1" Ins .or.uer paln-us r tiiyottt
er win ih:it Ins sf r lew
TAGIN'S EPICITRIAN Mills Flour,
I Iniiu. llilc w.tli Hie Ace" liranrl for ''T
,..r23 A. JI ri.ri - "
l..ul.le Kilia FLOl R.
WJI1TE HOSE MILLS,
D .i.Wc Eitra FLOUR.
CLEVELD C1TV MILLS,
Uoolile Eitni FLOUR.
n.wWe Et'ra FFCUR.
t Wholesale aud Ketill. detivercd m any isirt of
tlietiiytre,-.!,, A. M. PEtlHY CO ,
.! 5 Not lll-te 111- S.1-TI.T Str.et.
5(30 BiiLS- EXTliA aouh,
200 BRLS. SUPERFINE FLOUR,
100 BBLS. FINK FLOUR,
10 TONS BUCKWHEAT,
nnvin for w " r .
TltTLLEl) BUCKWHEAT 1-LUUn.
11 OAT MKAL-al
A.M. PF.IiRY ti CO 'S
A. M. PERRY & CO,
WHOLESALE AND UK TAIL
No. 110 eSt 118 Snperior Street,
HAVE now in Store, 1,000 Barrels
lid Bait Doable Extra, Extra, i"l Supeiliue
Wliicli is Tor uile at the lowest market rates.
rT" We shrill duly ho r.-.-iriu; Uur fr.nr.ltir South
and from N.-nl.t-ru .tLH. n-nl em nod will ruaku it au
ot-ject lur irurchient to tltvil Willi us.
t All Flour soM bj us will proVe as we rop
est nt. t 1
Ci.Evrr.ANn. Ort r?Jt, or.TildSiw
VE KLOUil. Just received, a nice
l ot Kye Kl-'ur lor Sjle, at s iioicttt ami Ketaii.
J. M. HOU V.R
Nt TO Merwiii ?trret.
I & V. WEITZ AVHOLESALE
J and Ut'taiUValerMii Kloiir, Kcitl and Graiu, Kve
ml tliji-kwlifst Kitmr, wl. lie aitii yellow toruiit-ai. All
m.iTs ti'.ied m shoi t uo;iro ud ! Iiverpd to any part of
ttiei-itv ir) oicuare. No. 4) Ouurm street.
J-OtiO J- TKANM'OkTAI ION CO.
In ronneelioo w ith People' Line of Pri ello.a.
Uo'-d.-. Forward, d Daily witli.'Ut Traiu.Uirllieut.
Waikkr, Msky fe Co., Buffalo.
E. H. WALK It. J. J.
Clark, Pattkn fc Co., Sew York.
C. V. CLAHK. M. PA TTTII
For Freitlit apuly to
J. J MASSE V, j A-etlll.
Corner Tloek St. And Lone Wtiarf ButTalo.
f. V. t'LAHK,
N PA IT EN.
No. 5 C.KMitii-s Slip. New ork
C A t'OI.GEH. Pi r- All.au-
Eat Kivtr, N. Y.
" N. W. T- Co ," Ship Dally, P
HUGHES t CO, Aceat
I Irvelnnd. Ohin
CLEVELAND, DETROIT AND
LAKE SLPEMOR LINE.
Tlie fayorito fastest stcaiucr
Nortli Star, B. G. Sweet, Master.
Thr spit mlid m w Si revr Stormier
Northern Liht, JoLn SpauUing, Master
The weil-km.wn Propeller
ITIanliattan. C.Caldirell,ITI r.
'i'ln number au 1 fhar.irt-T ot these Bontit will he a saffi
neui euarantetf to tiie pulthr f six-e. Fnietj and prompt
new in t arrying oifrtut:ri ana frtiti o all pomU o
Kor p.-is.srniri'TTi it nffinlF sre.itrr rmfort nnd sred tha
Ins ever lecu orienJ t- liitf P '.' on Hint T.-ute.
"or u.ssa4i', irttlit or i-.i.-riua.-'oi, . .iv to
UANaNA, liAKKtTsON fc CO-,
Th Kortern Transportation Co.,
WILL, PUl-INO 'J HE PUESEXT
T T u ruetneir well kdowq aud Hiul.-r line of
FIRST CLASS STEAM PROPELLERS AND
Reenlarlv Knweei. (JsduL hours,, aud Owego,ai.d t'ae U
(er Lakes. traii!i a
Daily Line bctwrcn QgdensbuTgh and Ostregv
and PortM on Lake Erie !
A i..l a Trl-WeeWlT I.w IrHwreeu 01el.ms, antl Osw cjrc
au-l p.irLson Lake Mi- birsu! e.iiii-imir a Osdenshnrsb
WCh tin; Osd-nhursh ad Vermont C'et trai Uoule! te
t''n Otileiivi.uruU. B'ulioti..n. CoiM-ord, MucUesltr
Ia.vn-rirc. :i-h;i. Lowell aiu Roion; ami al Owe!;o
wiili ,,. l t'mwf.'rd'jnew Oi-io lit of Tinrlv Kiifct
"ias Taiiai lt't:it. ( larrje size,)ou the enl.trseU eatiul l
tweeu 0 " uui Nfw Y"rk, thus ait,ntiin a Kecular,
S,r--eU-and I'lu 'iji Route, wuli hut one trailed) 'rniri:t (.
twi-eii .tost. hi. N-u- KiiElaud uud New Vo.L :'ImI the "cyt!
Ttas i 'ompany havin; aaile ttie moct am hit arran-e-nteaUt
at (sti:o for Dork and $:tHauiaciliiieswiiii al-un-d'-i'l
airouiatttditions for li:tuii litis-, asolll'f ami Stiiriume.
Fremiti. oji.u tliepian prat-tired al Os-ient-ureli.raueuar
anlt i-1 tie i!e. prompt aud jl rlec-i delivery oi all property
euTrus'eii to"ji rare.
This L'ue ri'imeri-i at CleTeland with the Korthera
Trausp-Ttatioo Lint-l ra:U If oaf s rn ti:e Ohio fanal,
line -'i Prop lift.i Lake Sji rnir, uiid with Raili--alt t.
('iumttus, Ciuciuuali, ludiauao.diif Louisville and St.
AGENTS AND CONRIo'NEKS t
J Mv-e'a. ) 3rfPtiiK lOtisKituhall. 1(K ?tate St.
J. L. SV .inter, i Sli(.. N'.Y..rk R-t.i, Mm,
;e. OalE. li:;llr-ad js'i.,i i .wi,.i,i i: OcJeusb'b
K C. HnT. New Voik i Ni Yrk.
ll-iverfc Crawi.tid, O.wot;o Wm. V WalLer To1e.lo, O
New Y--rk. IK. li Mathews Detroit, Wh
Mather 4i Co.,C'lirajro, 111. IB rrlav k. I t... Milwaukee
I-orKER Ss. Co., Jtarine. J. V. KlRKLAvn, Shelrfvp a.
Ctiamberlin, Crawford k Co.; Cleveland, 0
Ucal Estate Vgcnnj.
ILEAL US T A T E U t F 1 V li .
HO. Bf WATER STREET. (LATE C. A. BEAD & CO.'s BAXK.)
T ANDS IN I0"WA, WISCONSIN,
JiJ Mir.uiran n:H:iinoi,f..rsai.; from $2.50 to $io, twine
arre forra.-li am) on loiiircrL-dits. AlsoCltv intterl Varm
and Land-1 1 11 Oino tor sale and etcliaiire. Loaut nen'tia
i:m;r avim; ami litikx-k ahiiim:
JJ CUGKAVLRS AND Ll'i'Hut.RAPHERS Biuk
E. (JowJcs & Co., Publishers
7uEVELAND, MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6, IS5S.
Qilicc No. 141 Superior Street.
.ls',i!;i,:rprr werk s"k-"it'
l five Dollar, per year la Mall r-uli.rrilrr
ANIEL W. DUTY would re
rtxTtiuliT rail the attention oi all d--im.ms itot tu
iiHiued. a-ni wtVhiu; to procure auLhine id hit hue. to liii
New Style uf Burial Casket.
It is male hi:I.t :n:J coDvenieut f.T t raiisoortat ion. pu'ting
in nu.'s. ur liiiii u iute. ru n s, aud liutshe.l iu a ln-auli-
tut auU citat o -n le. Hl- tiai tlie pxu'iue ui knowiu that
thev tu-tftt wii ti tlie iuil uiiiv. r.-. xiiuintlion ana apprural.
'i l'.ev ot-d u Uk. i en Ui Ui ai.-iieCia'.ed. Acou:piete as
Common Stales, of WuoJ and Metal Cufiins,
k J rni k aitiv o:i hand Aw. hct wiiti a ereatT-rt-ty
SHlfoLPs a:id lHlMMlNt.S lua-Jditiuu t t l.e above.
Ik li ouw Trevor. t iu lari.ni t KI.U tKDAK tiUXf-. put
tn .hurwi lie-piter wills . ui uveU, to ail persons v.ho
uriv i-rrjer l!o iu.
r"Offl e N r Kne str. t t. nov(i!S:x lw
jlRE IRONS AND STANDS,
Oi: MENTAL COAL VABLS,
WIRE fh:e GUARDS,
ror:.ie ot roi;(;. kxswoktu & ro.'a
li. vi) Crm-k. rf nail H..nse FnrniiJiing Store.
EI .WARD IUU.MP..ON, J
FRANCIS K. ELLIOTT )
Before G. B. Tidbits, -liushee of l!n Peace, Cleveland,
Cuyali.a C.:U.ll.. Ohio.
rjIHE Dtfcndant i.s lotified, that at
X. liiv instaiic- an order f :i!t:nrhui:ur was issued by said
Jus: ii e, on ill., li i tta ot Nl.y uit.tjr, 1"j8, 8 f; a list the dt
H uil ' nt , h rnur s i:. Kluolt, a iioii-reMueia lit titor. lor Hie
ui-i 1 1 mic iiuiitlrf .1 am! lliii". y-jj f .o-lUtt do lars auU kuiu
ause ib m-1 lot lu-jriiin on i'lc Mli tl iy nl Di e niocr, at 2
P.M. LDU.UiO THOMPMIN,
no-.'JtSw 2iW 'v li ii. Mi NT. Ins Alt r.
yiGS, II AIR WORK, BATHS,
SlllVIXli AD UllK-DllESSlXO SALOOX.
nirvlfi Weil.lell Rinse Rlrirlr. BanV St.
CUAL Oil. L. UfS.
.'Oil, ill 1 Tliis Oil is iiiire )v five Irtnn odor.
aud , ill Inn ii iu tiii: Bt-z rs m aud Silvick Oil Lam us. It
j.Uie liel :irii-:Ie uiaitulaclured in tin? country. Fr -ale
at No ftl Oiit-irio sirtM-t. n.nT R, I, AW
IMTLH STATUS AND FOKEII.V
PATENT OFFICJi AGENCY, OP
hiMti; Wr-ldell Houe. I.uti- htreet, Cleveland. Oh
W. H. Dl'Hlim;K i MiT-i:i i JKHe ltHAlKAKD
T D. FISHER, NOTARY PUBLIC
' for C vahnea i.ountv. and LAND and GKNKRA1.
AGKNT. attends to all Notaiial Lu-hm-ks ; neio-al-fc
Loans: mm's:hiI e-:an s I ity mul loiintrv lieal r.latt-.
Western Lau.ls. ie. ; lTole-ts It. ut aid Mouew iu .iti.
chIi Titles; ilr iws le-ds Morteaeeti. at, Ht-
itiitntri-r ih' OlhYe. N. 2 Snprur Mrevt, iu O. Cutlers
Bui 'Hi nr. over itinrtn k Maniu r More. r oniH ) '2n
TIIE OLD DOMINION COFFEE TOT
H ia litiouie a household word.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Blake a Irevrrae diiiriuus us tux-tar.
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
Gitcs a healthy beverage.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Is a friend to Dyt-pej.lii-s.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Makes husbands ha,pr.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Makes wive rood-r.aturud.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Is the cook's delight.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Scuds smiles to the breakfast table.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Prevents matrimonial em-urdn.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Gives the Arabian berry in perfection.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Is based upon .cieuce atul roUimoa sense.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE TOT
Is used Ly all -nod hrmg(.-kci pcrs.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT,
3 pints, 2 quirts. 3 quarts, 4 qu irts, and 6 quarts, is lor
FOGG, ENS WORTH k CO .
novlS ?35 and 2117 Superior St.
China, Crockery, Glas Ware,
House Furnishing .Irfirfes.
ha vi nt: united Itietrlwoes
tab!ilimentf . snl now w
rupjiug TWO fcToKLSon
CORN ER OF
Scneta L Sunerior
.;V. CLEVELAND, Ht. STREETS,
i OHIO. J'T5 Would resrectially invite
A- - - ' IH'U.iet.eeiers, am. ino
fiiar.h.'-rkif-T - a.Kut eom to .-louyekeep-ls
well as fstraueen viitine Clevlaml, to rail nnd ex
amine their imni ue stock it the above uamt-u Ooou,
which comprises the
Largest and Richest Stock of China west of
New York City.
We hare on hard a complete assortment of
WHITE IRON-STONE WARE,
Of the finest qua'i'T, warranted not to crack or turn yellow
from hut water, and for sale in
Dinner, Tea, and Breakfast Sets,
Or by the sinile piece, as low a ran be boueht in the city.
w e nave a'M) iweniy-n7e li "erem imiiems ui
Comprisiue many new aiid verv rich Sets; and we feel ss-
uied mm we can suit, is M l L. r. Aiu run t-., iue
moid fastidious admirers of ( hiua. Alfo, all knnls ot
and a v ah ie rr or
HOrSE FFRNISHIKC! ARTICLES,
BRITANNIA. ALP.ATA. & SILVER PLATED WAKE;
ZINC AM) TIN CHAMUF.K SKIS;
1CK CHEAM FKEKZK.KS;
TEA-TRAYS. WAITERS, FILTERS, tc.,tc.
Our Stik Cnmrinseii everr varietT of
Chandeliers, Brackets, Prop Lights, Paper and
(.lass bhades, Ldohw n. Ac. .
All fTders for ?as Firtures and f.-r Fittins on Houses with
G '6 Pipes, m th City or in theueichlkoriiigltiwus prompt ly
alien !ed to.
PKICLS VtKY LUW iUK I-ASIi.
GooiU careiuUv packed aud dtiircred at toe Depots Free
FOGG, EKSWOETH & CO ,
Norn. 233, 235 & 23T Superior atrect,
sr.n2T Corner i.f Senera. C1.KTKLAMJ.
0TJE TJUETVALED ASSOETMEKT
And Gas Fixture,
For the Fall Trade, is now open, anil will be sold
At Prices that Defy Competition.
FOGG, EKSWORT1I CO.
For Dwellings, for 25 cts.
At H. P. HOPKINS',
nrn-4 38 Public Sqnnre
REMOVAL. A R. REDDING
Merehant Tailor. h:is removed hi tailoring est ahhfcli
iur-i-.lluNi 35 Pnieet St.. in Bander's Hloek. where In
wilt le haiy to sew his old fneuds. He is prepared s
usutl to make Cli'tluug ui the latest and most faluonttlde
SA. POWERS Merchant Tailor,
IS Bank St., under the Weddell, keeps constantly un
hand aehoic. sro-K oi c iMns. t assimere anu ;suiiE3i
wiiirn he will make upmtlie niot.l approvea yie,
TO THE LADIES. We have just
reeenr,l larre and rnoie.e lot of new Ribbons. Flow
ers. Feat ert., and some, choice and new malt rials fo
winier uouireic.all otwbicn nave oeen ironrm very cue
BRd will be kdti 2ri rtK (EST LESS TH AN tuBMER TBU'E
.a:ieai'if anu snake a telecuon witiic n.c as-rm.em
compicie. Al MtAw t in f.
deed .: 135 Superior
.-P .1 !l
CITY & NEWS ITEMS
MONDAY .llOiiMNti, l)Lt'. 6 1-5S.
PLAIN ANU ORNAMENTAL PltlMIMJ.
rp Plain audOrnamcatal Pnuliuol-every (iesenuim
ilunat tuePnutm Etalihslinieiit l tiie Leader Office.
un the latest Impr veil aud m.'&l rapid steam presses, in the
best style, oa sti.in notice, and at reasonable nues. Par
ticular attention paid tu blank work. Ererr liesrrtatiuu
of Bindins ih.nf, e.cially Hl-tnk H-Miks. Ledgers, .l..ur.l
ais, Sale tio.jk. Receiving U.m.ws, lie., ftr.
In the U. S. Circuit and District Court the case
of R. A. Brittoa vs. Ashtabula and New L'sbon K.
R. Co. was closed yesterday, bat no verdict ren
CouETOFCoMMONPLiiAs. Chajimin ts Sher
man. Action by PlhinlifTin corjstqacncc of usin
patent ciacbiueiy of D. Umlauts, in a'saw mill. It
wa3 claimed that the Defendant had over estimated
the value of the machinery, and that it was a loss
to Plaintiff to put it into operation. The mill was
situated in Iowa. Verdict for Defendant of til
Before Judge Bishop, no less than three divorce
cases were tried on Saturday. t)ae of these cases
was on a petition of Mrs. Landreth, the woman
who had her husband arraigned before Esq. Miller
a short lime since for cruelty.
Police Coubt. Ann lleeley for drunkenness
was fined S3 and sent to prison for five days to heid
James Stewart for same offence and James Ben-
net for disturbance were disposed of in like manner.
The cases of Geo Scott, charged with yraud lar
ceny from Dr. Ackley, William Murphy for petit
larceny, and John Gill charged with disturbance,
were continued to this morning.
Stock Shipments. Stock forwarded East on
. i E. K. 11. in week ending Dec. 4iu, 1858.
Cars Cattle 9C
Single Decked Cars Hogs 02
Double ' " j,7
Total No. Cars forwarded
Information Wantkd. Joso.ih Atkins of New-
burgh, Cuyahoga Co., advertises iu tlie Rrriew for
shoemakers. He wants "one to work on calf sewed
boots, one to work on calf pegged boots, one to
work oa kip boots, one to work oa turus; and one
worK on pcsTirctl ladies' shoes." Wonder if be
has much call for those shoes in Newburgh.
New Real Estate Agency. Notice the ad.
vertisement of Henry K. Smith & Co., who have
established a Real Estate Agency in Rouse's Block.
The members o the firm are gentlemen who aro
well acquainted with the business they engage in,
and will ever be found prompt and reliable, and of
strict commercial integrity. We commend them to
the public of Cleveland.
The Port Saksu Homicide Cleveland
Board of Teahe. According to notice given, the
members of the Board of Trade met at their rooms
on Saturday morning, to take into consideration
the late death of Capt. Jones. The following cab,
was reau by the President of tho Board, J. L.
CLEVELAND, Dec. 3, 1858.
. L. Weatherly, l'residcnt Board of Trade:
The undersigned incmliersof the Board of Trade
request that you call a meeting of the Board on the
4tu inst , at 10 A. 11., to take into cou-idcration
the murder of Capt. Jones, on board the brig Con
cord, in British waters, and tiie violation of Ameri
can shipping in Canadian ports.
M. 11. Scott,
II. N. Gates,
The following resolution, offered by Mr. M. B.
Scott, was adopted-
Resolved, That the President annoint a commit.
tee of three to draft resolutions expressive of the
sense of this meeting in regard to the ontrage and
murder commilted on board the brig Concord at
Port Sarnia whose duty it shall be to carry out
the spirit of such resolutions as may be adopted
by this meeting, as far as in their power.
M. B. Scott, Philo Chamoexlin, and Levi
Rawson were appointed the committee.
The committee shortly reported the following,
which were adopted :
Whereas, The brig Concord, of this port, while
laying at Port Sarnia.in the Province of Canada,
and within the exclusive jurisdiction of the said
Province, was, on the morning of the 2Jth of
November last, boarded in a hostile and illegal
manner by one Wm. II. Tyler, aud rive other
persous at present unknown to this Board, with
the felonious in'ent of culling out and stealing
said vessel from British jurisdiction; and the
said Tyler did then and there brutally murder, by
shooting, Captaiu Henry L. Jones, the master
of said brig, and an American citizen, on the
deck of his vessel, while laying on BruL-h soil;
and at the same time bis accomplices were cut
ting the lines that moored the brig to the Cana
dian shore, aul after committing those illegal
and criminal acts npon the waters and soil of
Canada, the said Tyler and his abettors escaped
into the State of Michigan, therefore
Resolved, That this Board view with alarm that
such high-banded and atrocious crimes are com
mittcd npon our vessels while peaceably iu the
ports of Canada, increasing the perils of commerce
and sacrificing the lives of our seamen at the
hands of the assassin.
Resolved, That this Board repose full confidence
In the tribunals of Canada, and feel assured that
the Canadian (jovernment will not suffer so aggra
vatedacase of piracy aud murder to go "unwhint
Resolved, That an earnest and respectful petition
be addressed to the Governor General of Canada
by this Board, signed by the President and Secre
tary, praying that said Tyler and his accomplices
may be demanded of the United States Govern
ment for trial by the Canadian Courts, for the
crimes ot piracy and murder.
To His Excellency Sir Edmund Heath, Uovernor
(rtneratoj the Province of Canada:
Th3 Board of Trade of the City of Cleveland, in
the State of Ohio, would most resnectfollvcall the
attention of your Excellency to the accompanying
ireaniuie anu Resolutions, auopteu uy tins Hoard.
Your petitioners beg leave to state, that the
commercial relations between the city of Cleveland
and Uie frovince oi Lanada, nave for many years
been of maguitude and importance; and the tiade
is annually increasing that protection to onr ves
sels, cargoes and seamen, is of the first importance
nunc iu an.iui.Lu Hoaua ur jiuris.
That we have ever reposed the fullest confidence
in the ability aud will of the Canadian Govern
ment to protect our property and seamen whiie
under laesegis ol isntisu laws.
That the act of piracy and murder referred to
commilted in Canadian waters, are crimes of
which i auadian l ourts only have jurisd.ction.
Therefore, this Board most respectfully petition
your Excellency lo cause such investigation to be
made as in your wisdom may be proper, and if
satisfied of the truth of the accompanying pream-
uie, w ij.be Bticu uirusuresiu me premises as your
Excellency may think necessary, to obtain the ren
dition of said Tyler and his accomplices; to vindi
cate British Laws; aud administer British Justice.
The following resolutions were also unanimous
Resolved, That we have the fullest belief that our
sister city of Detroit shares with ns in the condem
nation of the brutal aud unprovoked murder of one
of her own citizens, iu command of one of our own
vessels, and that relying upon her loDg esuib
fished character for the love of justice, and her
unwavering devotion as a commercial city to the
general interests of the wh -lc lake region, we ate
confident of having her aid in having ju.-tice meted
out lo tli is aggressor on maritime rights and sea
men s lives.
Resolved, That the Board discountenances any
resistance by the master of a vessel, t any piocess
legally served by any Court of competent jurisdic
tion, but they hold it to be the duty of every mat.
ter of a vessel to resiat with all the effective power
at his command, the dispossession of his authority
by any illegal trespassers, aud judging solely by
the evidence belore U9, we believe that Captain
Jones was mnrdered while in tne raitntul discbarge
of his duty to the owner of the vessel, her cargo,
and the underwriters on the tame.
Resolved, That the Board sincerely sympathize
with the family of the deceased, and as a mark
of respect to his memory, aud as an evidence that
we believe he felt in doinf his dutv as a brave and
faithful commander, the flag3 of the shipping in
this port will be displayed at half mast on Monday
next, from snnrise to sunset.
Resolved, That the widow of the deceased be
furnished with a copy of these proceedings of the
Horse Railroads in Chicago.
The first rail of the State Street Horse Rail
road was laid last week with due ceremony. Ia
inaugurates a new era in Chicago, for the lines
will ere long be extended throuirh the principal
streets of the city. The present track com
mences on State street at Randolph, and is to be
pushed South and West as rapidly as possible.
The Company, consisting of Messrs. Henry Ful
ler, L Bigelow, F. Parmlec, and David A.
Gage, will lay a single track for the present.
The Press says the entire community take an
interest in the excellent enterprise, that the
plan adopted is an approved one, that the ma
terials used are of the best description, and thus
describes the work and its construction :
The rail is best characterized as the "
pattern, it our readcis will imagine that letter
in the above position representing a cross sec
tion of the rail the tread of the wheel coming
upon the thicker portion, the flange following
and guided by the inner surface. This form of
rail leaves no channel for wheels or sleigh run
ners to the detriment of vehicles and vexation
of their dsivers. The rails arc from the works
of Messrs. Stone, Chishoim it Jones, of Cleve
land, arc twenty-four feet in length, and weigh
thirty pounds to the running yard.
These rails rest on horizontal hemlock sub
sills each sixteen feet in length, aud rive by
eight inches in dimension Jthe latter represent
ing their height. These aro firmly grooved
and wedged upon strong ties. The whole of
this foundation material will be below the
street surface, leaving nothing in sight but the
continuous surface of the rail.
The Company early contracted for cars of
the best style and finish, with the well kown
makers, Eaton 4 Gilbert, of Troy, N. Y., and
four carriages marked "Lake street and Cottage
Grove," are now on the way hither."
Case of Harlow Case—The Sequel.
The Buffalo Commercial publishes a series of
letters giving the painful sequel lo the crimes
of a former citizen of Buffalo and Siuidusky
City. The Kxps condenses the facts as fol
lows; The parties arc, a Mr. Harlow Case, well
known in thisciU, who, some 12 or 14 years
ao, held the position of Assistant Postmaster
under Mr. Dorsheiuier. He was a member of
one of our churches, married, and the father of
a family, and in all his walks enjoyed the re
spect, esteem aud confidence ol the whole com
munity. Removing to Sandusky, Ohio, he re
ceived tiie appointment of Collector of that port
under Mr. Fillmore. While holding that ollice
he was intimate in the family of a Mr. i, one
of his assistants. Mrs. K. was young, ai.d a
fatal attachment grew up between the two,
which remained unsuspected until the truth
was made known by the sudden elopement of
Case with Mrs. F., and the fimultancous dis
covery that he had absconded with government
funds to the amount of some 334,000. From
that time forward nearly all trace of the guilty
pair was lost. The family of Case, bereaved
and betrayed, remained hopeless in their grief.
Mr. F. engaged in a long but fruitless chase
of the fugitives. And now from off the sea
come tidings a broken.half-told story of lonely
wanderings in foreign lands; a full recital of a
never-ceasing remorse, with pitiful and solitary
deaths in far away islands, and on the stormy
waters of the Indian Ocean. Mrs. F. died in
Ceylon in June, 1856, of a distase of the cli
mate, in the deepct mental agony, after exact
ing incessant promises that her child her dear
little daughter which she had taken with her
in her flight, should be returned to tho arms of
its bereaved father.
This promise Case endeavored faithfully to
fulfill, and started with her himself for Eng
land in order to put her in charge of parties
who would carry out the last request of her
dying mother, but the child, who had been fill
ing constantly since her ruothei's death, was
unable to survive the passage, prolonged and
aggravated by severe storms, and on the l'JLh
of July, 1853, died and was buried at s.-a. The
letter is written as if from out the depths of the
bittorc3tanguish, is full of self-rcprnacb.es and
evidences of sincere penitence, while his ex
pressions of never failing sympathy for those he
has so deeply wronged, show that ha is fully
sensible ol the enormity of his crimes.
The Old Gazette Printers.
Friend Den.iy, formerly editor of tho Lsba.
non Star, now of the Daily Dayton Gazette, in
noticing tlierej"uvenat;d appearance of the Cin
cinnati Gazette in its new dress, remarks :
We set type on the Gazette as early as 1827,
when it was edited by Chas. Hammond. The
typos with whom we were then associated,
were S. S. and K. t . L. Jlommedieu, U- ij.
Campbell, John M. Gallagher, Richard Disney,
anJ Richard and W. F. Comley. All of these
gentlemen are still living with the exception of
Richard F. L'Uommedieu, Gallagher aud Dis
ney. Mr. Gallagher was for many years editor
of the Springfield Republic, and at one time
Speaker of the House of Representatives of
Ohio; and Mr. Disney was murdered in Texas,
in Fannin's comin and, by order of Gen. Filli
sola. A vast number of printers have gone out
from the Gazette hive, who have become edi.
tors, legislators and lawyers. A printing office
is a good schocl to those who improve its opportunities.
Canal Bank of Cleveland Fund.
From the statement of the State Treasurer
we clip the figures touching the Canal Bank of
Cleveland Fund :
Balance in Treasury, Nov. 15. ie-,7 63
Ani'.uat ul notes burned Lo Nov. 15,
isra $19,23 no
Paid eeneral cr.di.rs at S4
P:.l I i Cldcntal exoei.MB E& It
(Tlua laud is exhausted . ) $18,Xld 68
Health or Senator Sumneb. A letter from
Senator Sumner, dated Paris, Nov. 18th, re
ceived at Washington, states that his health is
much improved, but that his physicians insist
that he mnst remain longer. He is not expect
ed in Washington till January, or later.
The CnicAce Post Office. In Ibis institu
tion mails arc daily received by about twenty
arriving trains. Thirty-five kundred mails are
made up each day. Over five millions of let
ters and six million papers were handled during
the last quarter. Chicago l'ress.
Delirium Tremens. Yesterday morning at
about half past seven o'clock, a man was seen
in the front parlor of Clarendon, tearing down
the curtains, dashing the panes of glass in pieces
with his fists, and finally ended the scene by
leaping head first through the window, and tum
bling over the iron balcony into the street, a
distance of fifteen feet. Capt. Fred. Miller hap
pened to be passing along, and, seeing l.im jump
through tho window, run, extended Ins arms,
caught him as he fell, and so broke his fall tinit
the insane man was almost uninjured by his
attempt at self destruction. His hands were
terribly cut with the glass of the windows, and
his garments mnch torn. He was taken bak
to his room in the Clarendon, and taken care of,
and his friends sent for. No serious injury
happened to him, and, with the attendance lie
his now, he will recover in a day or two. We
di l not learn his name. Buffalo Courier.
Convention of Soldiers. We are requested
to say there will be a convention of those who
in any way took part in the late war with Great
Britain, at the Court House in f aineville on
Saturday, December lltb. at 10 o'clock A. M.,
for the purpose of addressing Congress on the
subject of granting those who took part in that
eventful struggle, a pension similar to that
granted to those of the Revolution. We hope
the soldiers of 1812 will Dress their claims with
vigor, and that Congress will not turn a deaf
ear to ineir reasonable requests. ramesru'e
The Next Governor.
Tho Cleveland Herald, Ashtabula Sentinel,
and some other papers have given rumors of
names used for tha nomination of Governor.
Among the names spoken of are those of J. R.
Gidding., D. K. Cartter, Wm. Dennison, C.
Delano, B. F. Leiter, in case the present incum
bent should not consent to be a candidate for
nomiuati in. Gentlemen, this is all premature,
yet as you have raised the subject, we should
suggest a proper course of action. That is, all
to stand right square up for Governor Chase for
a third term, and if be should be taken from
the State of Ohio, as Standard Bearer ibr the
Preiidency of the Confederacy which is our
strong hope then we can permit him to re
sign, and our worthy Luulen int will grace his
place. Gov. Chase has done well, and some
things remaining yet to lie well done, we can
not permit him to back duan at this time we
4mii..r. malin ne. nf liim . n.l.iln In....... I'-
W err American.
n e copy the loregoing as one of the numer
ous suggestions of the Republican press of
Ohio, in relation to our next candidate for the
Governorship. While we agree with the Ameri
can that there is no occasion for a premature
discussion of the respective merits of the par
tics narneJ, we have a word to say in connec
tion therewith, which may not be amiss at this
time. Without doubt, the Republicans of Ohio
would embrace with sincere pleasure another
opportunity of testifying their high regard for
Governor Chase, in the manner suggested by
the American, but it is well known that he con
sented last year to become a candidate for a
second term, with great reluctance, only yield
ing to an urgent necessity growing out of pe
culiar political emergencies at that time.
When nominated, in 1855, the Republican
party was by no means a compact and homoge
neous organization; yet the resolt showed a
fortunate choice was made in the selection of
Mr. Chase, as the Republican standard bearer
iu the contest of that year. The promptness
and firmness with which he met the embarrass
ing difficulties of ihe Breslin-Gibson defalcation,
which came to light near the close of his first
Gubernatorial term, inspired the Republicans
of the State with an unyielding conviction that
he, of all other men, should again be their cho
sen leader. To that conviction he sacrificed
his personal wishes, accepted the unanimous
nomination thus urged upon him, and was
elected for a second term. Having once yield
ed to a necessity which does not now exist, it
is understood to be his desire, at the end of the
present term, to retire from an office w hich he
has filled with equal honor to himself and cred
it to the State.
Of the other candidates named in connection
with the Governorship by the Rciiub'ican pa
pers, Mr. Dennison lias been most frequently
and prominently mentioned. Without disparag
ing the claims of other gentlemen, it is due to
Mr. Dennison to say that the selection would
be an excellent one, and that such an expres
sion of confidence from the Republican party
would be most worthily bestowed. Columbus
Pope Pius IX. Au American lady. Miss
Dorcthca L. Dix, having visited Rome, went to
the Lunatic Asylum and was shocked to see
how unfortunate human beings were treated as
brutes in chains. She laid the case before the
Pope, who took much interest in her statement,
and requested her to call again in a week. The
result is thus stated :
" The week had passed, and I stood as I had
been commanded, iu the Vatican before the
Pope. In a manner as grave as it was calm,
Pio Nono said to me 'I have appointed a com
mission charged to lay before me propositions
concerning the erection of a lunatic asylum,
comformably to the rules of humanity and mor
ality, in the shortest time possible. When yon
visit Rome again your just and pious wishes will
have been lulrilled. 1 thank you for your com
munications. May Heaven bless you.' I bent
my knees, deeply moved, not before the head of
Catholic Christendom, but before the wise prince
an 1 the good man."
Affecting Visit. We learn that the wife t f
dipt. Jones, who was shot in the unfortunate
lilneulty at Port Huron, Monday morning, yes-
tf rJay visited Deputy Marshal Tyler at the jail.
The interview is said to have been very affect
ing. Mr. Tyler explained the facts of the occur
rence as he has before given them, assured the
widow uf his deep regret at the lamentable
issue, both weeping during the conversation
which was continued for some time. Mrs. Jones
ascertained the number of Mr. Tyler's residence,
expressed tier determination to visit bis family
a wife and two children and comfort them
in their troubles, which she said were even
greater than her own. God bless the kind-hearted
woman for tlie thou ht ! Detroit Tribune.
Spiritual Scndat School. The Times
states that the Spiritualists of Cincinnati have
established a Sunday School for Children. A
collection of "Morning Star Melodies" has been
compiled for the School.
GREAT .REDUCTION IN PRICES.
II. D. KENDALL & CO.
Oiler their entire stock of seasonable
At prices that will insure their sale.
TiiAVET,TNG DRESS GOODS,
At les tian cost of importation .
As low as can be bo-ielit in the city splendid ansortTnent of
MemiiAac and t-i-ctiico PK1MS, at tt ceuin per yam.
French lo at one shilling per yard.
Attention is invited to
On Chean Tablea.
Tory desirable Goods, at loss than half their cost
We wifib it distinctly mwieratood we are NOT TO
UNDKKSOLD. Our stoek is large and Taried, and we
in mrilly oiler it for i us pec tion.
jul-Jfi 11. D. KENDALL Si CO
217 Superior Street,
A RE NOW OPENING a new Stock
IX. of WINTER
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
BAY STATE SHAWLS.
ALEXANDER KID GLOVES,
We are also Agents for the new
Which is just the artiwdc,
novai P.KST. FREEMAN ft CO.
WHOLESALE DEALEK8 1.1
BOOTS AND SHOES,
OF ALL THK VARIOUS KINDS,
No. 24 Water street, Cleveland, O-
I, F. MELLE
anu d 211
IJ I1 ETT, BUKGETT & CO , W 1 1 OL K
La. SALE TIF.ALER IN BOOTS HHOCS. ANO Kill
HANS No rt7 WA-.or.it. .9 fw.l.M.r.c.Mith ftha 11
wv.i. HuiTT, gaeiTT, ilium
t)als, ap5 & i"urs.
ti N E W r'fS X E W
FULXER & CO.,
No '25 Watir Street, Cleveland, Ohio
HAVE THIS DAT
Which will be their
Last Opening of Furs
THE PRESENT SEASON.
THEY MUST BE SOLD
January 1st, 1859.
CALL AND SEE THEM.
FULLER CO ,
13 At No. 25 Water Street"
L, Benedict & Sons, gj
SOi Sniierior St.,
OFFER to the citizens of Cleveland
awl vicinity their l..Ki;l-: and K AStl ION A Itl.K
SKK K OF FALL AND Wl.NTKR GOODS ani.ii.'
wtuch are the lalttA styles t.f
SILK, CASSIHERE AD SOFT HITS;
CAPS, ui the latest and mont approved styles, fur Men,
Boys and Infants; also,
CHILDREN'S FANCY HATS,
Al d a most man.ificcnt assortment of
Ladies' and Children's Taney Furs,
Rcceired withm a few days, euntjistm- uf
L&rge fall Capes,
Made by the best Mannfactnren, and of all the eifierent
Itiudit ol w now worn ia this c.ranlry ;
SWAS'S DOWS A.D TKIMISG FUR,
Iu ffreat abundance;
GENTS' AND LOYS' FUR,
And other kinds of GAUNTLETS, GLOVES, and
BUFFALO AND FANCY ROBES,
In large quantities.
Our stock is equal, if not superior, to any ever
offered in Northern Ohio, and
Will be Sold at friee to Suit the Times,
And Purses of all.
COME AND EXAMINE OUB COODS, AT
Jio. 201 Superior Street,
novin?miltw MKLODEON BUII.niNO "
L- BENEDICT & SONS
A RE OPENING A LARGE AND
Xi. VALUABLE STOCK OF
LADIES' AND CDILDSEN'S FURS.
Latliesare invited to call and -ramine them before making
their purchases, at New No. 201 Superior St.
FtTIiS, BLFFALO KUBh'S, ic.
IV. Dockstader & Co.,
(Old No. 19 )
SUPERIOR STREET, New No. Ill,
A RE NOW IN RECEIPT of their
XL full stock of
Ladies' and Misses' Fars,
rt i. . ... . ai. -
iuicti. au nt-ties. aryres, oi every vanmy Tiianu
t art tired expressly fur ua, by the best manulaciurers in
KtW Vfit-at ritns:vl inn nf
Mantelets, Mantillas, Capes, Cufl's & Buff.;
A ureal variety of Misses' Furs, of all kinJii: Lauios' Fur
MutBiui'l Glove. nvrkhi nn.1 M-t-
Also Chun, Fur. Plush Silk, Uiazed, anil ererr new
vanetjr of UouU', Young Men's, ami Cull Ten's
HATS AND CAPS.
flubh .n.l EN.. T..A1-... III. i .
. u C ."-"'.--l yie aim until, ol . or, Cloth
aiid Burkakin. of all the stylen in market.
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, Canes, 4c.
500 Buffalo P.nh
Br the hnle or in;le. together with fine FANC V BORES
Alt if Wturn Will rua bhli. -a 1.. .. . - .. .
- os w. ill VIM M UUiClmitaetl al
any rumse inthecily. j.-tu i
ir au txamiuia.. ca cvr stork m nspectfnlly tt
TTATi AVH f!APSAn
aituimB TuritJiy iot men ana mn-n itv
iA.t.u ('..- 1 1 ..... .i .
eroiTfd Wr B. Bl'TTS'. 25 Stiirrrior ntreH
if uiiyLiigj. unit Kscaftr
fJiu no. :a.j
AM now in receipt of mj extensive
and well sclectel block uf
Uats, Caps, Furs, Fall k Winter Cloves, ie.
The attention of ihe Ladies ja r ttyvrVn invited to mj
fine stork ot DKESS t'UHS. GLOV'KS, MiTTS, Bit,
which have liven suloctei with ervat car Ipun ihc ml
approved ty les and taaUnals. Mv 'tTK kOOM. I wtt-nd,
dunni: the at-i-r-wiciiHiff sr:is n, lvUJ o-'U'. u .me oj tlie
hurst asvrtuiciiu evr oitt (-d in this ci.jf, ami at uxkls
auoMialiy tu.y. My a& ninu-nt of
HATS AND CAPS
Tanno he mrtJ thw d. epttuciallv m U.a nnt am.i.vi
Hv-cT VKI.T HATS, which have Dow became such mu-
trat i.tvuiiuia.. AUto
IN OR EAT TAB. ETT.
TrnnkN, Valise.. Ilng-a and irmbreltas
Constant1.? on hand, dir.ct fran inaiiufuctnrif'S np Re
uiffnirHrintf dace.J B. ItUi (S,
ocri innw ro j iu Mvrn.r:.
jE. STAIIt & CO.
i ui oiipcnwr Bit
(New Nmi.rr )
Have received a MauiUcent Stock of
BUFFALO ROBES, GL0VES,&c
The Rttimtioa of Ladies is particularly called to our
.ui-enr assort meiit nt
LAJJlKS' FANCY PURS,
Curehaecd this season -dnnn the rrcat doDraKrion of the
. ua market uf the nnt celebrated Kasum Mauutactur
ers at priors uspsk koentlt Low Oura.s&4rtiueit em
brncf--verv-e8irl.!c variety, nud arc all msdeaumthe
MOST EASHIOxSABLS STYLE. We axe prepared to
sell tnt-tn even
Bltw "Paile" Price.
'liati'n: a practical Kurr er in -nr employ, we are prr
riared to make or repair alt kinds of 'ar in a Htwiior
manner. Tne h gli rrpnutioa wj(ded to'wir Furs ut
year, past will be tully nuiniaiord
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