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The Meeting of Congress.
Cono ress meets to-Jay, Dec. 6tli, at noon.
The session will be short closing on the 4l!i of
March. The Senate u Democratic, two to one.
In the House, three of the most conspicuous
members of the last session will not answer to
the r ill call. Gen. Quitman of Mississippi, and
Cul. Harris, of Illinois, are dead. Mr. Jones,
Minister to Austria, has resigned. Got. Mc
Kac has been chosen to succeed Gen. Quitman,
and Urn. Keira to succeed Mr. Jones. No sue
cessor of Col. Harris lias yet been chosen.
The respective strength of the Adinistration
ami the Opposition in the House is 123 Demo
crats to 107 Opposition. Among those classed
as Opposition arc several Southern Americans
who will act with the Democrats on the Slavery
question. The session will therefore open with
a clear and decided Administration majority in
both branches of Congress, and the responsibil
ity of the legislation, whether good or bad, will
rest with the Democracy.
The session should be a working instead of a
talking one, but judging from the past it will
not be. The South will commence the Slavciy
agitation again probably the first month if not
the first week, and will keep it up nutil the 4th
of M ireb, unless its Slave Code for the Territo
ries be sooner enacted. Such important meas
ures as the admission of Oregon, the organiza
tion of Dacotah and Arizona, the settlement of
the Utah difficulties, the Kansas Constitution,
the proposed Mexican Protectorate and Loan,
the conduct of the Paraguay Kxpedition, the
Mail Steamer Contracts, the Tariff Question,
the Pacific Railroad, tc, Ac. should receive at
tention and final action in some shajie, though
few of them probably will. Speech-making
will be the main business iu,both wings of the
I!y arrangement, the Message of the Presi
dent is to be delivered to-day. It fills no less
than eighteen of the broad columns of the
Washington Union according to the telegraph
report. The Administration must be an extra
ordinary one, to say the least, that requires its
head to spin out such an interminable exposition
Washington Items and Rumors.
The President's Message was started by spe
cial messenger for St. Louis on the 3d, to be for
warded by overland mail to California.
It is stated that the Message recommends the
ra'iucitioti of the Cass-IIerran treaty as now
modified, and is against a protectorate for Mex
ico. It U said to be the purpose of the Presi
dent to concentrate as large a naval force as pos
sible upon the Gulf of Mexico, and the Coast ol
.Secretary Toucty in his annual report will
urge the importance of a large increase of the
Navy; the construction of some twenty to twenty-live
new vessels, probably sloops-of-war
similar to the five now;constructing.
The Secretary of War will renew it is said
his recommendation for an increase of the reg
ular Army, as indispensable to the protection
of our extended frontiers. Another despatch
says Secretary Floyd does not recommend an
increase of the Army, but merely calls attention
to (Jen. Scott's recommendation of three mouri"
The Post Office Department is in a worse
than brankrupt condition. The revenue and
expenditures for the last year were as follows
Rec-ipU $7,4SG,7'.i2 8C
Expenditures 18,722,561 81
Excess of expenses $5,235,709 05
Appointments by the Governor.
The (inventor has appointed Adam C. ITanes
of tliu ciiv. to M a liirector lirthe Ohio rem
tentiarv. in place of D. T. Woodbury, declined,
t' till the vacancy occasioned by the resigna
tion of L. G. an blvke.
Also. Isaac liravton, of Newburgh, and John
Hunter, of Cleveland, to be Trustees of the
Northern Ohio Lunatic Asylum, in place of
Luciau Swift and Dr. J. Lanj Cassels, resigned.
These appointments are all good ones, and es
pecially so in the case o( Mr. Brayton. He was
1 he author ot tlie excellent law ior me ieucr
liegiilation and Government of the Lunatic
Av urns, and wiit see mat li is siricuv car
rieil out in the Northern Institution. Stats
We trust there will now be harmony and
some permanency, at least, in the Board of
Trustees of the Northern Ohio Lunatic Asy
lum, and that the best interests of the impor
tant State charity will be judiciously and efli
ciently cared for. A good report is given of
the administration of Superintendent Kendrick,
and the condition of the institution is said to be
much improved. From various causes it has
been in hot water much of the time since first
opened for patients, and the character of the
Asylum has suffered somewhat in consequence.
Mr. Hunter, one of the new Trustees, was Rep
resentative from Columbiana county when the
Asvlum law was passed, and was an active
member of the Committee on Benevolent Insti
tutions. He has since taken a deep interest in
the welfare of the Northern Lnnatic Asylum,
and as Trustee will devote the necessary time
and attention, together with his good sense and
sound judgment, to the advancement of the
prosperity and usefulness of the Institution.
The Columbus Artesian Well.
The Artesian Well in the State House yard
has been sunk to the depth of 1785 feet, and the
boring is going on again at the rate of about
seven feet per day. The Journal says the Com
missioners, contractors, and all concerned aie
determined to get a jet of the aqaeout if they
have to tap the waters of the Hoang-Ho river.
The most remarkable Artesian well in the
continent is the one lately completed for the use
of the Paper Mills at Louisville. It ia three
inches bore, and 2,036 feet deep. After boring
through a stratum of hard magnesian limestone
six feet in thickness, an abundant volume of
water was obtained, which rises by its own
pressure, in pipes, to the height of 170 feet
above the surface, and at the rate 330,000 gal
lons per 24 hours, with a mechanical force equal
t.i a ten horse-power steam engine. When the
whole force of the water is allowed to expend
itself on the central jet, it is projected to the
height of 100 feet, settling down to the steady
flow of a stream 60 feet high. The water is
peifectly clear, and its temperature is 761 degrees
the year round. It is highly charged with min
eral properties, and is compared with the Kes
sinocr waters of Bavaria, and the Blue Licks of
Kentucky. Such is the substance of the report
on the subject by Trof. Smith of the University
Wivs and Means'. A despatch from Wash
ington states that Speaker Orr has designated
Mr. Phelps, of Missouri, as Chairman of the
Committee of Ways and Means, in place of
Mr. Jones, resigned. The Hon. II. M- Phil
lips, of Pa., will fill the vacancy on the Com
mittee, occasioned by the promotion of Mr.
Phelps to the Chairmanship.
South Carolina Senator.
The Fire-Eaters in South Carolina have for
once been floored otjhonie. Kcitt and his asso
ciates of the disunion, nullifying, slave trade
school, made a bold push for the United States
Senatorship, but on the tenth ballot the Legis
lature elected the Hon. James Chestnut. Mr.
C. is President of the South Carolina Senate,
and his election to the office of United States
Senator is hailed as a signal triumph of the
Conservative party. On the final ballot the
vote stood Chestnut 92, Gov. Adams 54. Sena
tor Hammond was present, and his influence
was thrown for Chestnut.
The new issue in South Carolina politics, and
on which the election of Senator mainly turned,
is the revival of the Slave trade. It threatens
to be the controlling one for a while to come,
though the election of Mr. Chestnut evidences
a large majority in the Legislature opposed to
the " piracy."
It will be remembered that the resolution de
claring it "inexpedient to re-open the Slave
trade," which was passed by Congress a year
ago, was introduced by Col. Orr, of South Car
olina, the present Speaker. He is opposed for
that movement by a strong party at home, but
the majority go with him and Senator Ham
mond, who also opposes a revival of the traffic.
The capture and trial of the Echo Slave traders
has opened a contest between the supporters
and opposcrs of the supremacy of Congress in
the matter, the " State Rights" men contending
that it is an aggression on State sovereignty for
Congress to interfere. In consequence of this
spirit of resistance to the Laws of the United
States, the South Carolina Grand Jury in the
United States Court at Charleston was packed
with the sympathizers of the crew of the Echo,
and, in spite of the clearest evidence of their
guilt and a strong charge by the Judge, the Ju
ry failed to find a bill of indictment against the
Had similar resistance to the laws been ni-aii-festcd
in Kansas, the President would have or
dered troops there instanter. South Carolina
can nullify with impunity.
South Carolina Senator. Virginia Convention---Letcher Nominated.
The telegraph reports a stormy lime in the
Democratic Stale Convention held at Petersburg
to nominate a Governor. The scenes were tur
bulent as a N. Y. Tammany convocation, the
Hull being crowded with excited delegates and
outsiders. The candidates presented from which
a selection was to be made were Messrs. Letch
er, Hopkins, Edmonson, Smith, Brockenbrough,
and Tucker. Letcher was regarded as the most
formidable, and was opposed by the Richmond
Enquirer and the Gov. Wise interest with great
bitterness. The Enquirer has been pouring
broadside upon broadside into him daily for
weeks, with no other result, it would seem, than
to increase his popularity with the Democracy
of the State, for on the first ballot he was nom
inated by about 125 votes over all others.
The Convention met on the 3d, and up to its
meeting the Enquirer kept its anti-Letcher bat
teries in full play. Mr. Wise, one of the edit
ors, son of Gov. Wise, opposed Letcher in a
speech in the Convention. The nomination is
a hard blow to the Enquirer domination so long
potent in the Old Dominion, and a bitterness
has been engendered in the heated contest that
will require time to cool off.
The non-ination of Letcher is certainly sig
nificant. The main charge brought against
him by the Enquirer was his former unsound
ness on the slave question. He had sympathised
with an emancipation movement; in 1845 had
voted for an anti-slavery candidate for the Sen
ate of Virgiuia; and in the Reform Convention
in 1850 had deuouueed the institution of slave
ry as a "negro-ology." For these and similar
expressions of prejudice against slavery, the
Richmond Enquirer anathematized John Letch
er, and a correspondent of that paper of Decem
ber 1st, in discussing the tffect of Letcher's
nomination in 1800, says:
Pro ninent Whigs and Know Nothings in this
city and elsewhere, make no secret of their
preference lor John Letcher, over all other
Democrats, as the nominee of the Democratic
part?. This preference is not dictated by any
considerations affecting the Gutercatorial con
test in Virginia, for a Democratic victory is in
evitable in any event, but is based upon the
more important consideration, that the selection
ot John letcuer would tunnsu ample lustinca-
tion for their support of a Black Republican in
1860. This they make no secret of, nor can it
be denied that this motive of preference is
plansihlc and well founded.
On the other hand the Lynchburg Virginian
expressed a desire to sec John Letcher nomina
ted by the Petersburg Convention for two rea
sons, stated as follows :
The one is, that he is a gentleman and a
true Virginian ; and the other, that we desired
to sec a stop put to the everlasting cry about
slavery, which seems to be an inevitable neces
sity of every election we have. Mate or Federal.
If the Democracy nominate Mr. Letcher, it will
hardly lie in their mouths to repeat the old game
of imneachinir the fidelity to slavery ot ttte op
position candidate, at the same time that they
proclaim the superior reliability ana soundness
of their own.
Success of the Tehauntepec Route.
The great enterprise of establishing a short
route to California by the way of New Orleans
and Tehauntepee has made an auspicious com
mencement. By this channel of communica
tion California is brought within fifteen days of
the Mississippi, and the arrival of the steamer
Quaker City, with the San Francisco mails, by
the way of Tehuantcpec, was marked as a great
epoch for New Orleans. Taking advantage of
the excitement produced by the arrival of the
steamer, the Company opened books of sub
scription to the stock, and already a weekly line
of steamers is talked of. The probability is
that in the course of a few months intelligence
will be transmitted between San Francisco and
New Orleans in twelve days, and by telegraph
all over the States east of the Rocky Mountains.
Passengers will also be conveyed between San
Francisco and New Orleans in twelve days, only
about half the time necessary on the Panama
route. The achievement will bp a grand one.
Elisha Mygatt Whittlesey, Esq.
A telegraph dispatch from Washington City,
to the relatives of Mr. Whittlesey, announces
his death. He died in that city about 4 o'clock
on Tuesday afternoon, of consumption, with
which disease he had been suffering for some
time, llis age was 3o years, and he was a son
of the Hon. Elisha Whittlesey, late Controller
of the U. S. Treasury. The deceased has, for
many years past, occupied the position of prin
cipal Clerk in the Treasury Department at
Washington, and was regarded as an able and
efficient officer, and by his gentlemanly deport
ment had won the esteem of all those with
whom he was associated. His remains were
brought to Canficld, the residence of bis father
and the place of his nativity, for interment. J.
Confidence Man Cadoht. Mr. Slessinger,
the vender of "Slcssingers, Circular, Gutta
percha, Platina pointed Pens," who has been
taking in the merchants of Geauga, Columbiana
and Trumbull counties, was on Friday brought
from ChardoD to 'Warren, and arraigned before
Justice, on the charge of "obtaining money
under false pretence," and was bound over in
the sum of $1,000 to answer the charge at the
next term of the Court of Common Pleas. In
default of bail he was committed. The "mo
dus operandi" of this confidence man vres fully
given a few days ago. T.
For The Leader.
The Herald and Plain Dealer on the
Jury in the Cole Case.
The comments of the Herald and Plain
Dealer upon the action of the Jury at the
recent trial of Hiram Cole, cannot be too
strongly condemned by all true friends of
law and justice. It is a new precedent which
these papers are endeavoring to establish
one which strikes at the very foundation of
our boasted safeguards of personal rights.
I do not design to discuss the merits of the
Cole case, and will admit, for the sake of argu
ment, that their verdict, in their editorial capa
city, is more likely to be correct, than that of
any Jury that could be selected in Geauga or
Ashtabula county, acting under the sanction of
an oath and the instruction of a Court ; but,
whether right or wrong, whether Cole is guil
ty or innocent what becomes of our ancient
right of trial by Jury, of Judicial purity and in
dependence, if the press is to dictate what ver
dicts shall be rendered, and what judgments
pronounced, in ur courts of Justice! The
eourse of the Herald and Plain Dealer, in re
gard to the Cole case, (especially that of the
Plain Dealer ,) has, from the first, been an out
rage upon the name of justice. While Cole
was in Jail, awaiting his first trial, the Plain
Dealer paraded before its readers what purport
ed to be an outline of the facts in his case, il
lustrated by a miserable wood-cut of "the wife
poisoner;" and, at the commencement of the
last trial, (with strange impropriety, to say the
least,) stated that evidence had been procured
of such a nature that no Jury could again dis
agree. The Jury at the first trial, notwith
standing the known ability of the principal
prosecuting lawyer, and a strong outside pres
sure in favor of conviction, failed to agree,
and were subjected to scandalous comments
from the Cleveland press; and, as a second Jury
have seen fit to acquit Cole, it seems they are
doomed to suffer the same indignity.
The remarks of the Herald and Plain Dealer
amount to this : that, whatever might be the
facts or the law adduced at the trial, the Jury
were bound to render a verdict of guilty; that
they should exercise no discretion in the mat
ter. They tell us that the public had adjudged
Cole guilty, and the Jury should return a ver
dict in accordance with that judgment, or sub
mit to the imputation of perjury or gross stu
pidity. Is this justice 1 Where, then, is the
presumption, so long deemed necessary to pro
tect the rights of the accused, and insure the
impartial administration of justice, that every
man is innocent until proved to be guilty ?
Mr. Uray says mat wile-poisoning is becom
ing quite fashionable, and therefore seems to
conclude that Colo should have been convicted,
let the evidence lie what it might. Pray tell.
are Courts and Juries alone responsible for this
stale ot allairs '. who does not know that Mr.
Gray himself is doing more to encourage crime,
by parading the vulgar details of criminal trials
with his wood cuts, before his readers, and
using bis influence to bring Courts and Juries
into contempt, than could be done by a thousand
acquittals for want of sufficient evidcuce to
The Herald and Plain Dealer proc 'aim that
innocent wives may now be poisoned with im
punity ! in ellect, inviting all evil-disposed bui
bands to do their worst! Would the verdict of
the Ashtabula jury, without such an interpre
tauon, nave so nanciui an liiuuence;
I he Plain Dealer coolly intimates that,
juries will not render such verdicts as the imb
nc require n iiiey will persist m "reversing
tne aectswns" ol tue public, tne popular tribunal
must lalie the law into its own bands! W
should not be surprised if the Plain Dealer
should yet propose to dispense with civil gov
ernment, entirety, anu let me "vox populi" pre
One of the primary objects of the cov-
erunient is to tane tne execution ol me law ou
of the hands of the multitude. From the earli
est history ol the world mankind has felt the ne.
cessity of a safer tribunal for the administration
of justice. If society, as now organized, fails
to promote its ends, let us devote ourselves to
tho work ot its re-organization; but, while it
remains in its present state, let us maintain the
independence of all the tribunals it has estab
lished to promote the general welfare. So long
as trial byjurv, and uot by the press, is the
means provided to ascertain the emit or inno
cence of the accused, all attempts to bring juries
and their verdicts into contempt, will be repro
bated by all right-minded and honorable men. If
the press may determine who should be con
victed, it may determine who should bo acquit
ted in snort, it may take the law into its own
If the guilt of Hiram Cole was established
from the first, why go through with the idle
lurmality, it not ridiculous farce, of a trial by
jury 1 If the Press is a tribunal above Courts
and Juries, why not submit all cases to that tri
bunal, as they arise ! W hy involve the County
of Geauga in enormous and needless expense.
when Alessrs. Gray and Benedict, as self-constituted
guardians of the public welfare, are
willing: to decide the Cole ciuse for nothing '! If
tne evmence to be obtained Irom the meager
reports of nondescripts who smell about Jury
rooms after the pnrate opinions of the Jurors,
is more likely to lead to a correct judgment, than
the full testimony of living witnesses at trials,
let these editors give a hasty glance at it, and
pronounce their juJgment accor liugly. Or, if
there be found a majority of stubborn conserva
tives who are unwilling to yield up the time
honored right of trial by J ury, let Jurors be
selected for their known want of all "conscien
tious scruples and sworn, not, as now, to give
verdict "according to the evidence," but to give
verdict in i ccordance with public opinion, as
made known in the editorials of such journals
claim to expound it. When such a state of
tuings is brought about, I trust all will bow with
becoming deference to the decisions of the new
tribunal ; but, until then, if trial by jury is to
be anything better than a mockery, all outside
interference must be condemned and repudiated
Mr. Murphy was killed by a locomotive in
Pittsburgh, last week. Mr. A. P. 'Wheeler, a
respectable farmer, was killed on the track of
the Valley Road near Delphi, Indiana, on
Wednesday. He was walking on the track
when struck, and was torn limb from limb.
The Dealer learns that Mr. Henry Smith, an
employee on the Northern Division of the C. it
Road, had his legs badly crushed at the
Ridgeville station, Friday night. His recovery
considered doubtful. Henry Elliott, a brake-
man on the Columbus and Indiana Road, was
horribly mangled by falling between the cars at
Urbana on Wednesday. He lived fvo hours,
though the locomotive and three pars passed
aver his thigh and arm, and the ash pan tore
flesh so as to expose his lungs and entrails.
Reported Mass icRE.The Montreal Trans
cript announces that throe young English no
blemen, Lord Grorvenor, son of the Marquis of
estminster; Lord Cavendish, son of the Duke
Devonshire; and the Hon. Mr. Ashley, son
the Earl of ShnfUhury, who came to this
country with the two fold object of acquiring
information and obtaining sport, and who left
SL Paul on a hunting excursion with a party of
Sioux Indiana, had been attacked by a hostile
party of the Craw tribe, and massacred. J t is
probable the Montreal news is a mistake, as the
St. Paul Pioneer of Ifov. Slat, understands
that the young Englishmen ore weather bound
the Red River Settlements. They are ex
pected by dog trains when the road becomes
Shocxino Casualty. Charles Shcriden, a
young man employed in the shingle factory at
Irving, in the vicinity of Silver Creek, acciden
tally fell into a vat of scalding water in which
the bolts are steamed. He survived a few hours,
but in great agony.
Lake Vessel at Boston. The C. J. jer
shaw arrived at Boston from Europe some ten
days ago, whence she is to sail for some South
Another Confidence Swindles Cadsht.
A man named Moses Loeb has been taking in
the Franklin county farmers lately, by repre
senting that he had large possessions in Hun
gary, was a neighbor to Kossuth, and had for
sale some of the finest Hungarian cloths. By
his palaver he would succeed in making sales,
at six dollars per yard, the cloth really being
worthless. Loeb's brilliant career as a swindler
has lieen brought to an end for the present, by
his arrest and commitment to jail in Columbus.
The Statesman says it is believed he has carried
away thousands of dollars in money and good
Tide rros Lake Michigan. At a recent
meeting of the Chicago Historical Socictv, Col.
Graham stated as the result of a long and care
fully conducted scries of observations, tho dis
covery of a tidal wave upon Lake Michigan. It
is oitjy observable in calm weather, and when
the moon is in conjunction with, or opposition
to the sun. At such times its maximum is about
two -tenths of a foot.
Mild Sentence. Charles Kendle, the Cin
cinnati gambler who went to the room of Wil
liam Gregory, of the same profession, and beat
him to death with the washbowl, and who was
found guiltyof manslaughter, has been sentenc
ed to the Penitentiary for ten years only by
Judge Oliver. Michael Dorr, convicted of mur
der in the second degree, was sentenced to the
Penitentiary foi life.
The Times savs there
would nave been more justice could tne sen
tences have been transposed.
Attempted Suicide. Mr. Robert Adams, a
well known and highly esteemed commission
merchant in St. Louis, formerly of Cincinnati,
deliberately cut his throat from ear to ear on the
30th ult. half severing the wind pipe, hut miss
ing the jugulars. He had nearly bled to death
when discovered. Mr. A. was unmarried, about
45 years of age, had a bad cough, and thought
he was dying of conpumptinn.
North Carolina IT. S. Senators. T. L.
Clinguian has been elected U. S. Senator from
North Carolina to fill the vacancy ending in
March 1861; and Gov. Bragg for sixyearsfrom
the 4th of March, 1859.
Death or Judge Hart. Judge Hart, in
jnred by the cars at Loveland, died the next
day. Ho left a large and interesting family.
Drowned. Capt. Marcnsson, of the schooner
J. M. Jones, was drowned near Milwaukee
week ago Saturday night, being thrown over-
1 1 U- ,l.l .11 nf vnoa Ilia rnlfo
and three children reside in Milwaukee.
Tn this eity, Saturday eveni.i? 4!li inst . JUY. JAMES
CLAKk', koh of the lite D. W. Clark 01 llartlurd Couu.
lu the 3jtu ear ol hi ae.
Fuueral at his late residence, 49 Huron street, at 2
o'clock P.M. Frionds of the familr are invited to attend.
DIED. New Advertisements.
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FOURTEEN ACRES On the lWrntl Phink R. n.l,f..iir
nulc i nun Wit? riiy; a Him! I liU3t pil liurn, aud Home
ir.iT i;t:!iatti:e 1.r a tarm. MM.
FMTSItlJIHJH ST "1 wo llhii-ci, ami Lots. (X, le.:t (rout
bntl 5-M it et ij;u tothtttraiial exi-hauee Un u lurin.
PA KM A. SvrnUen utis. nine miles fiuiu tlm city:
iu:iti Ih'wm; and I .urn, witli a vuritily ui fruit. $1KJQ tine
hull in Western l:i Litis.
M 1SSOU hi LA N US Well !(ic:ite.l--at $2,50 pr r acre to
eu-tiziut;: lor Keuily-iiiadt' (.'l.nlijn; also, MJiue fiuod luwa
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t'KDAR ST. H.j use and Lot: a wire rotfacn house and
rnnsnicrable fr'iit to ncumige tor 1 rum 10 to 'M acres near
jVITTSBUKU ST Two Brirk Stovs and Dwelling, with
mk iip i-n'!i:inue n.r a tunu.
( KOTON ST. Huuscaud Lot to eTrhtino for a farm.
LANSING, M Tf ,H. Fonr Lots for s:rle rhrap, or ex-
CliatiCf fur a Miiall house and lot in or near the citv.
tiAKHKN tT lionet bin! Lot: lruu two btoiy houe.
well iiuwiru lo n-liauH fair a t':mn.
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t'FDA K St. House and Lot. 4I.2S0.
j;kl) NSWH.'K. MEIUNA CO Kairn t.f VC arrow f
acres liii'trovetl; larw :ioue ami twj bams; unall oicliaru,
and :i stteani ol" warcr. SJ7 oerncre.
PEUKY ST. A laree new ('.Aiasre. woll built an fin-
iMteii, u mi irmt :i!m Miruttuery; aio a s'alile will lako
small house aud lot, or a fua:.im Int. in icirt oiv $1.MH).
RiHJsE Sl .1 p..NNINu.
nov2 Muibte Bl. ck., 211 Mip.n.-r street.
General Land Agency Business,
House's Block, fronting the Pquarc.
rrilY. UNDERSIGNED. HAVING
JL ANXOOlAThD themselves l-etlier for te P:rp se
oi eanyniR on a heul Estate ItUMiiKs, under the name of
Hr.NKY K. SMITH & L., art now preii'Ted to rucuve
Mtraie, uvim: or Kriit. a 1 1 Ue cru-LioitS Ol rroueriv- our
terms (or Selini-, hie , are at ahotit mm hull o tho old
r.ttett, ai.d all who m iy entrust to us their Property, hal
lie luny sailHlied. All iteiKOUK wtiO liavn llouwP unoccu-
I'Mmi, nail ultima good lcuaiil, uy aH'miis 'o us.
HKWHI K. IJ 1 rt,
W. A. M-.FF.
Cleveland. Tier.. 4. IHE8 dec6
FOR RENT (At Reduced Rates) a
eiHHt two-story fryme House, tea rooms, with every I
KOR KENT a two-stoiv Brick Huns.!, on a cood strpet
two miimiCB walk troin lite New Post Orlii t: leu n onis.
V'b Applylo HKMtY K. SAi 11 H b CO.
TOR SALE A Genteel Residence
A on Holuar s r.:el. S'.Odti. I
FOR SALE i'lve huudred acres of finn Farminf T aml
in M iks. .mi. I
Als-i, ant acres in Northern. Illinois, cl kc to t Station on I
land is ainoiisst the nchsi id the siaie. Utah and rolling.
Also, U4) acres in Kansas. Tne aliove tliree lots oi Und
mi oe mhu, orexciiauced lor iiy propertv.
All-o, tfiret: Ten Acre 11 iiu ies ir..m the nlv rn.
ereu wivu e.M a ouit ana Hickory tmitier.
Also, a lew jjood lari;e Village Lots, at ea-h.
Al O. a COdd F:irill of Ki ai-res- a hr.'n trnnin tmrn Intr
no iis;. nn nuru nati neavv timlutr m Mr-n -l-.r,l
exchange f..r a house :md lot in lue ciiv.
Also, a ii'ie Mioep i-arm oi HM aTi;s, in Lorain conntr.
at . in a m p.iii iuaj inm , 4jaj :n:res Ull IIRllier.
A !so, Timi Lot on t.roar street, nejr Perry.
A1m iicn-sof i.nme Pine I .and in Mirl.in r,r mill
Also, acres in V arren county, Iowa.
Also, two fine tarius in Marioa county. IllinDia. wilh fine
iiii) rtvuiiii-iit ai u iBirsain.
Also, a sitlendid lief-i, let. r. with b.irn an.l nnl.li.mua-
wrnracresoi ianu; in Mirmrliel.l. ihm. 'li-rms easv.
Alwi.alarge lot uu lii West Mde. cheap lor cai-h or cil
l""'J- nt..Kl H. &.1JII1 B L.O.,
'fct-O Roust's Block.
TTOR RENT A fine Store on Public
J- Stiuare. Aiot r:il titrii-i-s .-u Ki-iitHto suit ihe
R. SMiTH & CO..
Parker & Co.,
Machinery for Working Wood or Iron,
From the best Maitufaciories.
Also. WATFR WHEF.LS, PORTABLE SAW fc ORIST
wii'iA aiit.U aiAt Itl.-MKKY. uKr.lilMr, KKLT
fee lu Kail Riiad Block, cornet of St Cl:nr
ami W.ittjr streets, C eveiand, Ohio. dectl R
December 4ti, 1853.
WE IT WE, THIS DAY, received
II a UKCAT VARlEfi of
KE1V STYLES MOUSELIN DELAIJfES,
FIVE CASES PRISTS.
100 DOZ. LADIKV WORSTED GOODS.
30 DOZ. LADIES' GLOVES fc GAUNTLETS.
A LARGE STOt K OP SHAWLS.
A GOOD ASSOUTMEM OF LADIES' CLOAKS.
A ernprl aFirtinrnt of LaDIFS DRESS GOODS.
l.unnn, 1 1 l--. .'i 1 1 . l.l . t, . J ULHJD5. kC.
Alt uf wliirli we will sell at vebt t ow rmcES.
tlccO MOROAN A ROOT.
Ttte reat Vital lCt feuerator,
"PROTECTED BY ROYAL Letters
J Patent from hNLA."f), and seen red bv the S-als
the LCOLK 1K PM AKMA'-'K I)K PAKIS ami the
fMrEKlAL CUl-L,KliE, Jl f.Lll t, 1 W t, VIENNA.
No. 1 Invaluable rT Relaxation. Snermatorrhnaai Ami
rusicai kxuausiiou, uu 1 t-tuitu.
No. 2 ' 'omnletelr enidtcates all truces or llmse limmm
mat nave ooen tuineno trraii u oy me nauseous und jterm
No. lHns entirely siipplanted the injarioun tiw of mnr-
irv.therhv lusnriiiirto the .sutlerer Kiealv r..a.l" ,l.K,a,
Cury, thereby lUMirmsto the nutl;rer Kpe.y relief, di;)ers-
iru; ati me impurities, uiiu iwuub um uie venom oi uixease.
THIKSKMAli. N.l,a&ndl. a e preparnl it' Uie form
alozriise, devaid of laste or smelj, ad can oe, carried
the waistcoat poc ket. S01.0 in Ti.v Caskh and divided
lnlo SKPAKATE DOtiKs. as administered by Valpeau, lil a--man,
lioux, Ricord. kc , kc. Price, $3 each, or foiircases
one for $9, whit h saves $3; and in $.j't cjses, wlierehy
fhairtt is a wivin-i of $'J- To be h id, wholes-re and retail,
Dr BAKHOW, 167 PnufBKtrea-t, New York. Itnniedi.
stclvmi ftivivinea reniilta it a Dr. Barrow will forward
T H 1 S M A R to ai . pirj ol Hit worl-l, setfiirtjlv
packed, ami adJrbed aa-4rdit; to the instructions uf the
Foi salehy OAYLOBD HAMMOND,
dec6 dkw ly 2W Aleuts Cleveland,
Tenth Annual Course or Lectures
CLEVELAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
rrilE LECTURE COMMITTEE hare
J the ltiVatmre (f Minmiocing ih futtowint? buliiaul
Ci 'Ur.se uf Twelvu Lectures :
N-.2!iti. Lieut. M. F. MAURY, U. F. N. Subject
The Altanlic I eleeraph "
N.rtf. S'ttt L'eut. JVl. V. MATUY. U. S. N. Subject
"The Iliuhwrtvs and ItywuyHoi DirSt-."
lrn. .M I.HMir. M. V. ftlAlfKY. V. S N. Sutjrt
"Hiteinlins t.ithe 1-nkes a siiit;iiti Mcterohii'iciil Ob-er-va
i;i lor Urn B ih lit f l,:ik I'om crrc wul Navisuii'Hi "
lrT. 7th liKoKti K V AN DKHltOFK. li.isiou. Mibjfct':
"KenioR with the Poets a Disn ury..'. n ith tO adiu-.'S ir-'iu
Slink sin. tie, Sr.ult, Hhd, I,uut:icilow ' .Miles Slaii' H. fttC
I.c UUi-Lieut. M F. M AIKY, V. S. N. Subject
i ne viuirksuopttBiru narmuuien ii ine Ma.
Dec. 16 ti OLtVBlt P. ilAl.UWIN, fcsq , RKbtuoml,
V:t. Su iret "VtfriMii."
Dt-r. 2 id J. SIDNEY HEVsHAW, U. S. N , Vlin,
IN . v . Mitjjwt i ii An uiiii i;m.-r -( t tmveriJtlM'U.
Dec 3h-R.v EDWIV ) t'HAI'lV.
Jail a i KA1.PH WALDO EMKHSoN.
Ja 25th BAYARD TAYLOIl
Jan. 7 Kit. T. STARK K I N(.
Co!. JOHN W. KtHtNEYis.ilsAnnecte..
Tn-kt'iB for Uk Course, aduiiltuii; a it-ulleittaa and twi
lil It's, 5-J
Niu;le TirkelBtnttif! four. $2.
ie TK'kls ti the Lecture, 25 ct
Tti-Ku liold'ii Cimrse Tii'kt-is sea-ar- ixd seals, I hi; dut
b Hisf iipi-n a 7 o'clock fur Hh-ir a. I mis um.
Tin Hoi nflicn wn mt bo ni-en mi ii:ill uast 7.
Ticket scan bo b id ai tbu Bt.iksl.rc. H amard V and n
.U LLCtUiu C oiuiitittce. K A i r. I I E IlKOUN,
H V. I'KIXOTTO,
nox25 I cfurt! unvnitrfw
Fair ami Supper,
HOPE ENGINE C0MPANr,4.t'V
No.' H. wilt hold a Fair SujtIMr, VVC
UHAl 8 AltMCKY, -i
On Thursjay, December 10, 1858.
FAIR in Hie Ai'(rni'.n and ETfiiitie, to rouelnde wilh
DAM'E .luil SUPI'KK.
i j7-Tirkrt.. ad t iil.n OnHrimn nml t.lios tn rntire
F:ur, Bill u'wi Snit-.-tT. si.ui. AitiMHtwn Tirkuts, 2cuui:
cai'u. 1 Ii.kkI iWus.c will ne in kltrutlanre.
COEMITTKK OP ARRANGEMENTS.
W Hakt, I. C. Vail. D. W. McIkttsi:,
F. w. Miudi.eton
P. It. Evlrltt,
F. W. AiAUStlLLk:
YOLXC MEN'S tMISTlAN ASSOCIATION
f PIIE Lecture Cflinniittec Jiave the bon
e. ur it, au.it .iim-t: 111:11 arranui-'iie.ln ti ivr rweii rtntitHt-U'
f..r ti n !..llowiiis Cnurtc "I TKN IIIOHLY KOPl'I.A
I.K'TI!KE in hc .U-livi ml al M KI.OI1F.OM HALL:
IV. Dir.. : I r 1. li. 1IOL1.ANI1, (aullior.,! 'I'ltonnli
Leilt-rs.) ul ,irnilii-UI, Mass. Subjert-"AniericaiiSK:utl
V. TK-c 11 Rr. W. II MILBURN. (Uic Blind PiMrh.
r.l 01 iew Hoi K.
VI Hit. 11 K. Wit HOC ARTtl. ol Di-tn.il.
VII J:in II Prof. It. S1I.I.IMAN. J'.. Val.-l'.illese
&,uli:-i-t 'Klei-tiu-MUEllttrc Xi'li Krajt! TUo Atlanlii: C
VIII. Jan. 25-BAYAHD TAYLOR. Sul.jwt "Life
m nie iNmi!
IX. F. li. l-tiEORUE SUMNER, F.il , B-siud Sub
eo :..a. n.
X F. Ii is
C5 Lectures lo.romrui-nrc at 1 o'f Uif k.
Tlii- eminent talents of the Li-i-tiin-r . a: d the vaiteitan
Ini-reslm? sul.ei Is ol w liirti ther treat emtimrn.i; Tniv
MK, L.lleral urn. eteui:e, BLC. will. It IS eimlHleiitlv t'l
M-i-te.l. limine a l:in:i- allendaurrt ami I li.in un-isl the Asa.
cia'ton 111 surililvln:.- It l.llirarv with NKW BOOE.
'I he folli win LOW M'AI.K OF PUU'En will lie i-harped fi
Tlt'KET.V wlm-u mav lie ulilauietl at the B'tokstores. :
Bniiiiaril's. of 1 lie I.i-eturn Committee, and al the dour ou
the evenings 01 the Lectures :
CoiirMi Tieltets Kinrle $l,wi
a-iiuiiiiiit; a i!!ii.ein:iii mm Laily....
ior exrra Lwiuy
I. W R ROOKS, 1. K. C. 8l.KF.PER,
J. K. INUEHSilLL. E U BKNEIllt'l.
W. S. PALMEit. . rturt: Hommtltre.
J hl)StCXCllt0 $x 5lXCit0
ai Vi i
J. H. JOHNSGIT. M- D.,
Otr.ro 107 Sartwi'M's Blivk, Snix-riiir Ktnrcf, CnrmrScn
era St. K'i.ienre No. 171 Fiiuburgit nt., Cltvekmtl, O,
niiltj:il 1 t
December V Jtt.uua.ry A ppointiiieitftt.
TUIjBS can be consulted as
Cleveland, American House 6 ami 7 Jai.unry.
Wanarli, N:dl-:)ll3l llIe If, UtCt'llil-
t'ontieautville, H., Power llue -7
4'oiiinaiit,Trt-)...iijl lloiMt 31 "
Asht:lnila, Ashthii la House 1 J.mn try.
P:iine!.iHe, Ci.wh s' Houc 3 "
I'hjrtlon. ;t;asHs Hotel ,. .4k lorcnium ol fi "
Lhna Heel.r H-.,im. S
Norwalk. Amerieaii Hnise HI "
Kruu.Mii. Iv(;.slers lli.iie H "
i;ellel'..tl:iii!e. Vl"li Hutlne i;t
Vrl-aiia. ILui.iiton IImii-o if,
Miirvsville, Union House lj
lc!:aware. Autericau olle s
i'.-irdinslon, Eih:in- e Hotel vil "
Mt iile:id, House -
Marion. I-oiled Slates Hotel "
1ueyrus, ir"oy House - "
Akrun, Eiitiun; House Uilhc t 6
ltaveuiia, PreiiliKS H.use .U hi:. tlt'X "
Pr.T.sivesliisnrtdivideil attention to iir..nip n,slc
ireaiiDL'iitousanu annual ly.liumlretlsial whom liava-reet.v
ered alter -illherresounx-s had tailed. Ai literal .inu.i k.
eriMiifonn are ueyerueo, nor are iialieuts ever enoomaireal
orsuli. ct. d Wcioeiise without a eui iooiiding prospect o
r-Hii Will", JUIIT irw).
Or. If. Tubus Sir: Itijiwiih much sjitiy.raeti.in th .t i
lun lit leMiiiicmy iii iiiu iitiiniHT ol i nose vol are ree
liiK. iiw.-ui aiier inuen .crsiii.i..ii that 1 coii'u.ted you.
r-Tiiap mi iiuy uiiiuetiee Koine iiesiLaimi; invalid lo seek
i at ui uaiuK. uuriiur inn wilder i-r isr,.r,. I va
roduccil ns to lie Utiahle. when strmiiri t. tn sit at IIih LiIiIh
iiy aiiriii:i .is;(lU lo mt a Uise.ise ol Ilio ielf luntr, Iteurt
and stoni:icti. jtm ron:-li waH very severe, atteuded ni h
suon rtess oi Dre;uii, iii -ni hwlm:j. liiiiI swcrni-f i-l 1 1, i
and auk !. I ieik! kmi ;is so li'tiin that I could tat !itllu
eise man crace.;r otiijn uie muiut, :iih or two sum-i
sivewc:ks siihaistt d on rice walir, or en m arahic wai
nloue Sinking turns raine. ou licirlv everv tlav. nd urea.
sioiialiy Kev;ntl m one day, tlei nvme uie o Kec!i, nnd
sometiuius ol" fcC'iit. Alf-i, p:iliKUIloii wsg dltre!-lt t: the
tit .in aiUMiafi'il t Rtou at timts fk isinc ail.nth.liLi- um.
tat ion. as tiKOiL'b lli lire;tih m;is eone and the em-ulat
arresled. Titus nuiieriu? indesi-rtl ald. and to all pi3r-
itucu uaia'HTtiic iitiwecii me utni oe iin, I uni;erej unto re
lief was obtained uini- r vour treatment. I w:ts at that Lime
residing Ht Nortliliitld. Suiiinilt rouitly. where the eirnim-
t4iicei4 Itere riven we e known eeoeraii-. 1 am m.w ei-
c imionanie neniiii; ami lliimh not an vjt;onu8 as
ui.iiiy, aiu a'.ie u ieri rni nomtioui tlnU'-s without iucod
yettietrCM. ai.d It iVii walkeil over twit tile unh mailii,.ir
more Hun suffenue f itiue at the (una. The ereat lcetit
derived from our treatment, ami (he interest vim have
numiiested ior "me, shall ever lie held m i;ratclui remciu
hrauce. Kapectfuily Yours,
Mils. MARY A. BATEJIAN.
nortl w tiil 1 jan & d 2V2
BOARDING Tlic House No. 24
HuhhcSfiuare, and by the Stone Church one of the
pleasantust io.;allteiH in the City has been lhroii?hy re
pil ed. and is now opeu for Bounlem. Kami lies wishuic U
rnrnisli llirir own riHOiis. can li m ei.ii.m.Mlnu-il wn I. I-Jr-
ami cinyeni.-nt room and hed-rooinsi; and ii-ela Bo-trd:iN
and Hay Boarders wilt liud e.vd ai-iuinMinnlatinus, on reu
s mahle terms. Ladies nut excluded. Keterenco1. iiiven and
received. iiovif, d Jin 'JI9 S. W HKRR1IT W
TfllRS ! FURS' Anew lot of
JL AMRKICAN fAl!LLE AN li Fll'LllJ
L -LlllllfS looKlliiT tor a mee arnr'n
Fuis, will flud it to their advantage lo rail at
Pi mini -v 'm
their way hom. dec! '1 Sunerior St.
WOKM-Nt. ly Lipresis another large k , S
oi fc j
Lftdies should call soon, while our assort nmnt i unmnia
F. STAIH & CO.
I" UFFS. TLose Muils Lave
A. come. Iduw who have been waiiiug
litem can How be supp! led.
ua K. SI A1K S t (.
-2 HATS, CAPS, FURS, ie.
T- S. PADDOCK.
rpnANKFUL for a Literal Patron-
JL aif uurin ine iasi iinivii yaan, is nappy lo annou nc1
ttoit ne lias again h..-coiue a eantio:ile f.ir public patronised,
may lae f- uud at No. lJl Suierir -Ira el. uei d-or to
ft Freemaii's, where he is receivine a full and Kietraut
HATS, CAP.S, FUllS,
Swans Down and Ft.r Tiimmings,
JJunalo ana iancj Itihes,
LaJicd' and Gent's Fur Gloves,
Trunks, Carpet Bags,
CAP TRIMMING?, UMBRFLLAS, and every anicle
usually kept in the best Fasiaiuualjlo H.tail LslahiKsU
meuts It is niv desieit to deal for Oatth alone, and 1 will sell nt
prices which will make it an ohjuct for the citizens and
public to give mc thill trade.
Hats and Caps made and repaired to order.
Particular attention paid to Repnirinr Ladies' Furs.
oc3t) T. S. PADDOCK
n.l SHAKEN FLANNEL FOR
JlJ LAD1F.S' &K1KTS wainntcd not to ntiriuk:
S. UAYMON1) CO.
OVERCOATING ! Black. Crown,
Blue and Drah Beaver Chrthi. open tlui nmniinsr.
(Jentlenien wishtus to purchase Ovetc', will find it
It to tlitir adv;iulase, in purcli-jsnte (Guilts and luiu.
litis of Ud, instead of buy ins reaily-mad- e irnioniH.
HO VIS lAHLUJl, UKWIILU II 1(1.
ATLANTIC FOR DECEMBER
K.rai.eJ U J. B t UliU t GO.
TLANTIC MONTHLY, for Decern-
ber $0 25
Frank Leslie's New Family Magazine, tor Dec......... 25
n Art Journal, fr Nov 7.ri
u-hn d Words, lor Icc 25
Kiiiekertocker, fir lec 2r
Arthur' Ifitnie Maeazme. for Dec H
Four Msters Tale ot' Social and Donuh-tir Life m
Sweden: bv Fr'dnka liremer. auttior ut "Tin; Neib-
hor;, ' ma." "1 lnj President s Dau-hlt r," Ate ;
tr.m.-Iated Irv Marv liowitt.
Nax. lor Dec 10
lUtlim Ph-lar.al Viae of our llimin.
Y. Week iy and Fireuian 1 uiirual. for this wrek.
Week'y N.veletlo For tale br HAWK-, b HKO..
WVJ3 P.Kt l Iffi.-e. Cleve'aml. O.
Jj"OR MISSES' WEAR,
SHALL FIGURED WOOL PELAINES
SMALL FIGURED MUSLIN DELAINES.
ep28 TAYLOR. finiSWOI.l) ft CO. a
HAMILTON SKIRTS Something
new an. I disiiable.
Aino iii.uslas at Sherwood's Ailiuntan c Huitle Skirts
ariicu. aua) it. U. KlNDALL tu.
TTAlt? ROT HP l?T
. -J W ulXLEiO .
Will open on
lifonday lcc. h,
Embroidered Hdkfs, LaceCollan.
Children's Cllar( and
H. D. KKNDALL ft CO.
Church Music, Outline Maps, Stationery, Ac.
For the Wholesale Trade.
LARGE STOCK FOR THE FALL Bl'SISESS.
Teachers offered Liberal Facilities for becoming
acquainted wilh New School Books.
FAVORABLE TERMS TO MERCHANTS, k OTHER
DEALERS IN 8C'HOOL BOOKS.
New School Books kept ia large Quantities.
Prompt Attention to Orders from the Country.
GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO BUYERS.
J. B. COBB & CO.
A NNOUXCK to Teachers, Merchants
XJL i4iai .4li.tr-di alm? in S h 1 Uook, staiijjry. kc ,
tUai tlicv have mad-? nri:oaraliunii ior a lare bukliKxV the
pr sut season. Their stock is unusually larre. ami m
i .races a lull Mippiv oi the Standard Text Book, ax well as
tho .New Si-ttool Bnoks, for wtucli Agenu iin operating
tn a ugui.ui ine Mate.
Ii m.t :nm to ! aide tn fjunnlTnT demand for Sfhool
Baft'lts, citlier ai to kind r qu uitity Special atteut ion will
be ivt;iio ii ln.eonlcrMr.'in Mt rchanta, and paion taken
toKiippif every am;lcwa ted, and th prices in all cane
will tn; tho 1 west. Tc-icImts who have sot been able to
hud elulit ie uc bxk!t as ihey want, wtll be nearly
vntH ..I" t,...tllu, tli.-n. l.ir n,l.i r.-liw 111
We give ba'inw a p;.rual list ol our stork, and for further
particulars, w: invite rwrwms to call at our Store, or ctirres
pond witll uu. Onlors, enclosing cash, or M satisiactorr
rct'-P'iice, will ncive iriaini4 altuntmu. TIkwb ordering
d.- Uv etprt'8. can, il ttirv dt-sire, pay the biil to the vx
pr:ss u;-ui, wneu iiie roccivo lite guuus.
EEADERS AND SPELLERS.
H;i2-nV SHcr and Drfioer,
1-ov. llN KiTidrra,
Mi t.ntlVy s Ki-adt-rs,
Jlr(;nl.''s New Headers.
'lowuu'.'a I'nicssive Readers,
WehtiV kr;uh rs.
Wa-l-tcrr's Kia-mt-ul ary Speller,
.Adams' ( Daniel) Arithmetic,
A:tu' (K. A.) Kirt ArilhuieUr,
l ii hum's Anttinictic.
Davitts" ciMNi ArilhineTtc,
lavit.s' LiuverMty ArilhioetiC,
tirwulenl'it ScIhmiI Antlima-iic,
,ra-ii(.-:it 's Mirlicr AnlhtHCttc,
Ii is Kirt Ai it nn -tic,
IJ.iyV Tlnnl ArniimiH:,
Kav's Hich. r Attilinia-lic,
N oihlard's Juvenile Menial Arithmetic
Stlil:irti'it Auier Ititeih clival AlllhmetlC,
Mml(l:irii's I'nu lic.il Arithmetic,
StiilalardS Finlosa.pliM al Anltiiuettc,
Sin Hit's Arithmetic,
Thiiipou'K Pr:tcti al Ariihmctic,
'i'lmniih-ouN Higher Arithmetic,
Trutv'f Kii'int)iii:iry Ai ii lutiei h
Tracys C'oiuuicrcial Arilhiuelic.
Billions English Gmiumar,
BuiliiiuV Hructica aid Anahtical Grammar,
Ilrttwu'ti Kirt Lines of English Unuuuiar,
ltrwuH In.-lituius of Giammar,
vell3 Uiie.stnf fctnflisu Urammar,
C'lurk'H First (irainiutir,
OarkN Knunli tinuumir,
Jiiv, kr's Kuurlihli Grammar,
Fowlt-r's (i run i mar, Ahi iJtd,
lirci'iic'H Intiodua'-imn to KiiKli-h Grammar,
GreeneV J'irt Lcsmhis id Grammar,
GreetHi's Kii'incuLs ot' uglibh Grammar,
G re t ne's A nuiy ms,
rMiuuVs Prim try Grammar,
PinncaVs Analtticat Graiiiuiar,
Finntii'y Lik itih Tcaclter,
Sinith'a Kus lh Grummar,
I'owci's hui;lU Grau.iuar,
Wi 1 1?, Giuiiniur,
Cornoll's First Sxp.v in Gi-oeiaphy,
t'.iriifll's I'rnuary ticorapliy,
'ot m l ! I iiteriiiediae G n"japhy,
t'onu ll's Hl-fU Sa-hool Ge tiaplty,
I 1 1 a hi St Kncli's liitroducttirr (itoeraphy,
Culti'ii X Kiich'H M.nl rn School Ueugrapliyf
Flti h'H Pliysic.il Geitsrapuy,
1. lie's i;ia.fM al Atl.s,
M:tcliel(.s Primary Gweraphir.
MilclieU's lnteru.eiltale ticorapby,
Milclit'tl's tJe-rrapliy and Alias,
Milfrhall'fc A nc it-ut Geiaraphy,
.Mt.nta n li s Kh-si It- ok in Gcnciaphr,
litiiiteilh's lnir.t.lui tiiu to Geography,
M"it'.oil Muou il oi Geography,
M ., l. nil's Ntfw Mataual,
iM.tTM n Gcovraph),
1 Itchell'b Outline Maps,
Oliit yV Gcirt.-tphv aud Atlas,
Pi-lion's Outline Mj.s.
Peter Part ' tirinrmpiiy,
Snuili's Kirst Ge-KTitpiiv,
Stuil h's Q iarlu (ieatutihy,
lkiu'-ryme's Pliysical Geinjranhy"
V itile's Cbss bix.k ol" Grut?rapliy,
W arren's L' -niniaiit School Geography
Warreu'a Physical Geounphy,
Andrews 8t8-oUlaid's Latin Grammar,
Andrews & SUnlilnrii's liliu Gfaiuuxar, ne
Amt'cws' Latin Ktaih r,
Ainii cwii' t irt Kn -k in Latin,
Aiiilrews Iji1 in Le.-Miiui,
Aulrews' Ittiii Lexicon,
AkIIiOu's lilin Uiilu.uury,'
Aittswtnth'H Ldiu IH- llouary,
Alii tn-ii'n tesai,
Ai.ili.-it H..in r,
Ani hull's Greek lt-elcr.
An ti u's XiUlr.pl i tali,
Aii'Iimii k Juvenal,
Anio d'aj Kim' :niii S-rond Latm Book,
ArnidU' Latin Pro?: I 'ouimsi1uiu,
Arnold-. Kirt loiiu l!.Kk,
Arimltl't, t?triteliiiK NeMs,
Arnold Kiral Geek Book,
Aruuld's Greek Prwe Coiuposition,
liir la-rs Saliufit,
llnl itin'i laiiu Gr.inimar,
ISuKkhi Lallil l(e;nler.
HuitionV Greek Header,
Cr.isO Gre k Letsous,
L"n-h '5 tireek Gr:iutinar,
rfarkueNs' Second Latin I took,
Johnson's H em,
Kenhner's f.'itiii Grammar,
J i-tida? b hcoti'si Gteir T esiron,
McCliut.M k Ik Crook's KtrM i-ninBook,
Alca.'liutrck at Crook' Kirm Greek Book.
(iwju'h Xenaiphon'N Anadasis,
Owen's Xenoph 'il's Cyclopedia,
t.pliicie's Greek Grammar.
NEW SCHOOL BOOKS
Now bein? extenivo!y intrmlnced, and kept
Covill'ti Digest ol Grammar,
HH'iard'ti h :mI. rs,
Mctiurta-y's New Headers,
Miuieitli s Geou raph tec,
Pe lion's Outliue Alujrs,
Pason i: UuuLoii'k Writ in; Books,
W rrcn's C-'Uiniii Sch.mil -oe;raph
Warreu's PhyMcaJ Geoyrrphy.
Wells' f hcmiKtry,
GERMAN AND FRENCH
Adier's lairc Cerman Didi-marr,
A tier's smail German DieiioLary,
Ailler'n Pnarrerjfcivu Germs u Header
Kuwiuellw'f. Vrench Grammar,
Gul's Grammar GVrmaiiK 10 learn English,
Mallow's reneh ltrj loiiary,
Noel k Chapsal's Kreim-ti Grammar
Oilendorll 'a GcrniJQ Gratuiuar,
Ollendorff's Krewh by J a-we It,
Olirnd.oll's French bf Value,,
Pei'ouer'K German (iramniar,
Pimo-y's Krei.cla Grammar,
PiuolVs Fruuch Header,
KotM-riMHiian Syst iu wuh French
THeuuujne, with Notas,
Wtauiibur 'k German Grammar .
Wuouburt's Suoilcr Couriae.
PHILOSOPHY AND CHEMISTRI
Graliiuii K Chetnitrv.
Oluttittirsi S'-hoi)l PMlnnnphr,
Olui.-tCarK t't'tla'K PlllluMiphy,
W:tyiand'.s liit.-il. ciual Philosophy
Wavl:niit's JVloral Phi.usouhy,
Youiuan's ChiNs-HfHik nf Chemistry,
Youiuau's Atlabol Chemistry.
BcMinlon's A lee bra,
Davies K lenient-, of Aleebra,
I is vies' Geatruelrv,
liavies Survey 1 ac,
Ixuiuis" AIl-i hru.
Kay's First Altreb'a,
B:iyNa-ond A lue bra,
'fower s A Is this.
Cutlet's First Ph.ysio4ey,
c.uttt r's pnvnu o--v anu Aaatway,
Crittenden's Baa Keeepiue,
Cray's liow Plants Grow,
(ray's Logons in Botany,
(imy's ALmual ol Botany,
I yell'n M-uiual of ("reoersphy,
Lrell's Prmeipiesof aJtatiluey,
Af:ttti-Mu't Aniro- a-niy.
May hew 's Hook Ka-pine,
Pnsau k Duutmi's Wn iuc Books
Qu:iekeiilns' Knelish L'owpotutiuuJ
Si. John's (Vohat:y.
Nehoail Speakers- 14 kinds,
WaUn ou the Mind.
UHe il't Orthoiiraphy,
Wood's First Botany,
Wood's Clx-s &ok Botany
CHURCH MUSIC, 4c!
'1 he Cyihera,
The Thaitksrivii e.
The New Lute of Zioo,
The S -ne Crown.
J. B. COBB & CO,1
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONXlil
for Salt ox UtnU
BINBKRy EOR SALE. l-'or sale.a
roiuitlt te Bindery. cuiMstne of a kuiiuiT Mm-hine
Cuitin Machma-, Preis. Sbear, .staitipme Tools, Phmel.s
and every thine necaj-sary lo carry on a Bindery to advao
tape. 'I hese Tools will sold at a low figure for cash
oc Jl tf Ad.lrej C. A. DFAN.
LOT FOR SALE. A deasirable Lot
consisting of one acre, tutualeal laeaj the Female Seiu
Ui.iry, lor sale cheap, ami on easy termo linji'ire ol
e m15 KPVs R JKNNIN'GS.
JfOll RENT a desirable front OF-
JL FICK on the secon.i floor, ftear ih MerchauU' Bauk
ou Su penr si reet. Jncjmre of
JtOUSE k JFNNlNtIS,
atij heal KJtite Aeents.
F Oil SALE CHEAP AN INTER"
est in 1 he Fixtures kc.,of a ManaiM-tunue Fstal.lish
tueiit paviuc K per r t.-j,r;ce $tUU lor whuh KOoti
wesieru lands wilt lie taken.
Address P. P.. Drawer 1O0 junl4:dtf S
LYMAW LITTLE. HIRAM B. LITTLE. ELL M. KEYE8.
LITTLES & KEYES, lealers in
KKAL K.STATK-Othce.OTtrU'-Superiorst., Cleve
laud. O , iiavecoustaittly on ha ml a l:iri:e auauti'y ol ver
e-"d Farinins Laiials m lowartud Wiscousiu, w Inch wtWrll
sell low forCaiJi.oreicliaiiee for Perusal Prt.-riv. City
or Connlry Heal Kslatf njloi ilfi 5
UARMS FOR SALE. Four farms
X tn vicinity of Cleveland price iron $ 1.200 to S6. UoO.
Alo, several Hoasesaad Lot in the City lor sale very
Also, a Woolen Factory, Saw Mill, sir Dwelliug
House:.nd :) acres 01 land at Bedford, 12 a ties out onC.
k P. K. H., which we wulsellou longtime r will ex -change
lur citv property.
Also. Saw M ill, Conln;e Machine, llonse and 90 acres o
Ian. I, Smiles out on C. k M. K. R , at Aurora.
Also, 2 tine family Horses, ami several second-h
W a irons aud Harueses. A II lor sale ery cheap atul a loa
credit will be Kiveu 11 deireal.
A lna. xeveral llnoscs to rent.
mluJidtf 5 L1TTLKS fc KKVFS, overCS Snp st.
CCHOLARSHIPS FOR SiVLE Jx
KJ the he-uCeitiuierciulCoUeireaia the country. Call-it
QIO OnO ONEY ADVANC".
Vff A V-f V V7 ED Insums tosuil at Ihe old
stand aud well known W AGNEB'SOFFiCF. on ('o)dsnd
SiUer Wata-hes, Jewelry, JJuiuoudM, Guns. Pistols.kc
KiiMiiess -tricily private. Ollice No. 3 Water St., cornet
superior (up sluirs) establi-hed iii1h51. Oprufnm A
At to 5 P. AL Watches and Jewelrv hr sale at barirains
mvn-dtf Our C .rin.ier.-iil Ha- B-it.V
BROOKS JS. C. & E. W., BUILD
CHS. Al jlauufu-turers a.f Doaar, BliiKJs.SA-.h.
Brat-ketsaad al' k -ltd of iVroll-Sawme and (iolhic wor
Particularattenii n panl to Fitlmc-Stores. Fartorv osl
Ol.'ision-ftL.ne.-i: CciilreBJ. t. . Cleveland. O. tt..JiM-''.t
PORLETT & CUREON
pARPENTERS TOOLS. The lar-
J est and bestvarietv in the citr l'.r salehy c
arW H.K.RAYNOl.ns. X. a Sm-e -ior SI
HO USE TR1M.MIXCS, of every des
eritiou, varictv stvte and priie for sale by
IfcM H. K. RAYNOLLtS, No. n Supenor St.
1 000 KEGS 0F SUPERIOR
Xf7J NAILS Of all sizes and qualities, for
No. 8 Superior St.
TRON AND STEEL. Al out a ship
Xload, lor sale by II. K. B AVNO,H,
II . KO.H8LOW,
SMALL SIACHINKHY, I.A1HKS. MODELS,
Collin; Mills for Jrwclm and Dentists
SKAL AND OTHER l'RKSSKS Ac.
TUKNINO AND KINISHIil GKNERALLY.
K4 Sujii.i iar;et. AntrH-:iu Hiiildiui,-, t'li velinl, O.
ll-UOKit flie Wettileil It, ua ( atiK'Jf M
11 F.NKlDt.K CO.VL AND CAHUON ()I!-SThe
un.le.si-.'iieal would sjv Ut those who deal m coal ud carbam
oils, tlrit ho h-s made such arraie;eine:is as wul enable
hi 10 to I'urnihh thoe wuo buy Lamp ot him, with as cood
COAL AND CARBON OIL&
As there v msLUf u-tured in th runntr Lv thaa Tninvl i
tlloti Fluid. C'al, (. arbon aid Ken-sme LAMPS hr
silat :.t whobaale at New York i.rices ireiebi aahit aL
M 1 ).i'ario St. nr.v'i? H 1 Aw
SK SEWING MACHINE Wanted",
tJ nu AGENT in this and every Citv and Town
in thai Sialu. Aecnta re nA required to purchase a Patent
Kighl. For lerius and lulormatiou, anply to
. K. A. STRKET,
il 'Je? d3f Ai'fier H.nisi. Cievelantl.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.-The
Co-ptrtnersbip heretolore exitiii; between Ihe sub-
iiaa rs. utKier llie uaino ati.l nriuol HALL. Eh, US k CO ,
Hi IS tl.1V dl;saIVtd bv llintnnl eoiiatful I W-ianaiilitn a... I
athrrx liaVllie C'UIIIIS atlllilst US. Will lae Irani lit tli- I '.a.a
loet, lal UrjiK-h liank. T K. HAI.L.
DAN. P KI.LS.
t , , , II W. 1IOAKHMAN.
Ckrriand. Dor. I, ,9V. d.cdlw't
jliOMil' TO LOAN-$800"fur three
X" J years, .-wuieatl.y hntt-cia-sM rem t sf.-tt,..
AAKON I I. ARK.
f ' d arT Ontario, corner ol M11 hisau street.
Dl SSO 1,1 sTION .Til K CO-PART-NEhSHlP
ha-rcUifcre etiraour mailer Hi . n
kitaeit:i k LitJaWoith, is this day (I1-.s4.lv, d bv utul 11.il con-
KOBKKIS k ENr-W UUTH-
;k-Tc!iuyl, No. 4tht
CO PARTNERSHIP. The at-drsiffned kr this day
rtad a n-;.aitiier-hip, in ihe Hrm mmc ni Pvnch. a k
iwirih, aihJ lake the entire business, anil mv nil rl:.im
Ktuiivt tbe late fi m of Roberts k En?-worth
. a , . s- F PWCHON,
Ckveland. Nov. 4th, IfM. J. ENSWoUTH.
TN CONSEytlENCE of the recent re-
A. mioilaenui; ol the slceels of this Cit ihus teutlerins;
11 lonner uirii:utiies useless tne sntM-cnhers will lssut,
urut-the commr winter, (itr as soajuaa the numbenni' aaf
the stne:s is completed.) a
New anti Complete Directory
Of the N:tmes aud Resideuces, acca.rdins with the new
uiut nnp. jiim, iu comtectiou, a
COMPLETE BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
Airan-td alphalaetkaily ; besides other iniairualitta l:r-
It in intended that this DireHerv shall be eomnlet in
J. M. tl,L.INTON k CO., Pubrislicrs.
No. 112 Superior Street.
NEW FEATURES nil II YEAR
COSBOPOLITi.X ART ASSOIIITIO.Y.
SUPERB KSGRA VINO'S !
Beautiful Art Journal Valualile Premiums, Ac.
THIS POPULAR Art Association
J s.w in Us Filth Year of nttpa.ul!eK-d ucc. ss havmi;
' 11 j o jjhi iMiti.n t-u on si a.--1. iiL-rrinu s rt-at Pa on 111
HE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH.-will n.-w ,"1;
s 11 1 .m- 1 titers uutv) uu hcavv ulale nawr rst 1.. vm .. ........
TERMS OP M BS( RIPTIO.
Fverv person r nuttinr '1 hkhe l)oi r ov w.n .
opv Ol llie Mllaeib Stoel EltraVHaaT 3II.-r iih, 1
HE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH;
Alo a copy of the beaotitul
COSMOPOLITAN AkT JoUllNAL.
1 ela-r inllv illnstrifed nnnrtik .1... n... ..
am 'lu kfU m AdmiiM- a to the tixsii'rn i-rDuser
ill 1 aid Wattenii;ulleriaiiM ii.- a-... . ..
Tha-ie Will alsai lae It In llm nt -....,. . . i a. .
dred Vkiuaile Works ol Art, coU!imi e ui liiitt
Oil Paintings, lironze Sculptures, tc,
From ce'ebrated American id Foreieii Artrs:. Stihw-rti-
laiits win ne received u lo Jarnaiy lt, !;.. On theevrut
iu: of that date, tits Premiums wi 1 be Awarded to iub-
For hilt particulars. se- D-cemhirr Art Jonrnslt.n..
Specimen c pi sM?nt b Ihiwe whiue to siioM-ntae nn
receipt ol la cent; in pot: ee saniiw or rom. AdJrets
Lj. Ith.KHY. .Aciuarv. C. A. A ,
h&steru Ollice, Broadway, N. Y.
WefcUru Office, lfc Water St., Saudu-ky, U.
0S1AN K. DO DUE. Kxclmuv Ant
"""'O Clev. I .iol
WliJlSCKlh'E AT OA UK. IF "fOU
WISH TO SF.Cl.RK A COPY of that eleeant Kn-
kiuviiik, 1 nr. v iaoiiFN dl, r.mii l it, and the Art
Journal, Willi the oiher Pr nuums. I e sure and suOsciie
neloie the 1st o January, In.;;. Sociuien eopws ol the
al.v'. aud full poriiculajs tven, by a ijilvnur in
OSMAN E. )i iQoK, Ak rut
TisTKAY Came to the Premiesof
Ihaj bulKs riiaer, ou the lath iuU, a
BLACK ANU WHITK COW,
which an owner is wanted, Im-uire east end of Cm
street. mivjldlik :u7- PA I K U K KlNNFY.
APPLET0IT, TRACT & C0
WALTHaM, MASS., MANlTACTlTRKkS Or
Patent Z,erer Watches.
r1IIKSE SUPERIOR WATCHES are
maale bv tho aid ot new ami oriental marhia rv, ei
pr. sslaj desieaed lo secure, with a Low phu i:. a sINV
BS I AN 1 1 A L. KKLI AHLF. Tl M K-KK FPKK. The
morerueuis are rn w m coitiatructtou, uitd are pronounced by
lhhirh.st aulhorilies to be FAULTLKS IN PRINCI
PLE ANU VI' ALII Y. and have len pntved bv the w!
testia Utm reliable and uulailn c in aciiou. 'I his
Watches ire uianulactured eutire tn. crude materials, in
single establothiueiit, by coutucti d ami uiiil-'riu processes,
tuatiulaa-tory tieiiieorcaiiixeal Und the same sysilem.
has bee t sdofated in the prodm ton oi t he uneualedi
American tire-arms, whih enables r to produce a move
W iit at ONE-HAl.ir the pr hm ol any lore 1 en movement a4
ssme quality; and we miaraulee the periect pe r ltd malic
teu years, of ewt-rv Walch inaunfactureil ry us.
ALL FOKblUN WATCH KN ARK WAUK BY HAND
Antencaii Watches ba-ine ihe only ones maaie by uoi-
hiney, upu a uuilomi system throuah' ut. Nesly aft
WacheS are dtfeclive, and uie continually Ret
ttne out 01 order. In man part of the o-unity, it is m
possible to lind s;od Watch-repairers, and Wb-b repairu:
aiways uncenain anu expeiojive. n ne iuuiniui'muhiii
American Watches liisnoait-t f thin difficultr. sidltotNTT
kkcHANTs, as well . s Wat. h-dealers. can beep Wat he
nart ol their miscellaneous latock . ami thus, supply then
cusUaUier with a new stai'I-K. which nuy be nd as suy
article, without imMery or humbug, bold by ia
senerm 1 1 y. ami bv
KOBB1NS k APPLETON, (Jencral Affnt?L
enSd.tw 3m ill ins 16 M odt n lane. New Tor
7M 15 KOIKE KE1 JV1USL1N COL-
LARS New Si vies ot tmbroMiere.i 1 oHarviust recti
IHlli - HAUUI.U Sl IU.
"1SBORN & Vl.NCEM'S new PAT-
ENf SKIRT, seventeen si-niie. made without sw-
aovA 1-iiLun, UlUSWULU K CO,