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DAILY MORNING LEADER.
PP3UKHED DAIL.T, THI-WEEKI.T fc WEIKtT, T
E COWLES & COM
M Snpanor atreat,
TERMS OF DAILY"AND TRI-WEEKLY.
Dfcily.prr waek 12 ct.
" yr. to mail ubcnbera S.04
Tri-Weekly. per wee 6 cts.
" " year $3.00
Pally for less tbaa On Tear 30 Ceota per
Term cf Weekly Iieader.
rim FmuneTnrs hare ancladed itaat a mioctton in tba
tT.ru -;' 1 -ie LiC VlitR woiud be bciiencul to itapatrous.aa
Ml itoth-aieve: nod tha hare, acc-rdim:!T, reduced
the sarcr plum prr of the WKEKLV LEADER, l sin
gle ubwioeri to ON ( DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS
t,or vear. enl ON DOLLAR fur sjx months Tbay also
aS-rthe foliawiu intliicemeutsto eluhs;
M cornea .$13 M S-toopiM S2S.6R
15 I7.H M "
30 'jo.onliya won
A.ltoone address. Fie cent extra wli be eharf d on
act copy, to Ciuba, where tha name o ; he subscriber w
written on it. An eilra copv allowed to lue getter uo of
a Club tor U trouble.
Invariably in Advance.
j -'f.r-ins orwardiniroTders for robenriptioa, wjihont
Att'ys & Counsellors.
fiKO.S CLAPP ATTORNEY AT
VjTHWndNoTARV PUBLIC. Offic. orer M.-Ble-Drat
Stor. B" ee. Oh o miv6mt
KOOlvS, BOARDMAN & FOKD
TTORNKT3 AT HW. AtwaterBuiUinti, fool
U Superior s.. Cieve'ltntJ, Ohio.
D. w. BSOOK3. w. J. BOAJtllXArt. L W. FO
W" " ILLIAMSON & RIDDLE, AT
TOUSCVS Al'LAW. OSc Xn. 0 suwri l
Cleveland. Oa.o. rVddlK
fR ARLE3 0. B ALDW IN Ai"fUR.
Vmt aid Counselor at Law Office 21 Sapen is'.. I
ri v lla. k . Jar.!.-.: Ilr
PALMER & AUSTIN, ATTORNEYS
J. a (' LAW. inVe uTer Couunurcial tank .
A SPEii, J.F., ATTORNEY AT LAW,
X. Wwra, riirnii!i Couuty. Ohio. OiiiccNo
T OSS OK TEETH. A new and ele-
J at im tTCU'ct connectM with Ueotal unr-rv
hT lav ted It i the pr-durtion of n eu-.tr-'y j
Jerriitionof Ar-6rttiToetU. TWTMWfTWfitlT rsp
nature t to sc..e ietec'i Q. Prrson-r-q-imiii: Ar-in- ta
'1i h a &thn wenrme tiiam. re inttei t o: 11 1 -1 i
wnnie this ba-it if utm-i that. J iiry ere ir.-e fiouiuuysil
Tan ictiin, perfrc ly n ert ani alavspu'e.
ITS'" A Fdl 1 Set, from Ten Dol'wr? mid Qi warJs.
Children's Teeth regulated duni.fi i lie lirst audi.ee-
r" Painlefc Methoi of CnrinrT oi'j A h". Mid P' d
Hl.LIEI,L b D.VNtl.LS, Iuv.
Boons orer Chur.-UUi Drug bu.re.
i;h S do Pa'Air Sq-i
DOT 1 i
DH B. F. ROBINSON HAS RE
moreJ hi O- u-- 05i-e t- hi re-iiderce, N 46
Wood st , four doors N-.rtti ol'lie 51 V . t hurch. where lie
wnl be happvto s.-e all uf his :or.oer phtri.us or auj otu-
r wi.o "inv tif.eiJ li:- S r icrs
Dentistry. Flour & Feed.
TiOS. 118 - 118 Sl'PClllOX sr.,
AT THE NEW t LOIR STORE,
M. PERRY & CO. ARE SELL
mm rwn K-e
FXTRA FI."VK hI i-. , J'S
UlP H TEN -MU I.S-uo' O letter
CSrvlr do act pot POOH FLOUR inMbasi, HIIAH0 IT
DOCBL rirsi and it for li'llipriM. All Fio-ir soM
bv n will be .I'livprn) freu of chrg, nd warrantM to
... .c jt t- ,r,ncKVT ilerlU
IVf KTROPOLITAN NILLS,
HJ Uoubl. titrm FLOUR.
WHITE ROSE MILL3,
r3"Me Eitra FLOUR.
CLEVELAND CITT MILLS,
louale Extra FLOUR.
Double El'ra FLOUR
At WhnlMa'.e and Retail, atid de nercd la any part of
HeC.tr.ree.by A. M. PEBRY k CO .
OOT1 S.is llii . ll S tpenor MriMt.
CAA BBLS. EXTRA FLOUR,-
200 BBLS. SUPERFINE FLOUR,
100 BBLS. FINE FLOUR,
10 TONS BUCKWHEAT,
Fr M'e br
A. M. PERRY fc CO
"CTXed buckwheat flour.
OAT MKAL-a; ,
u-.tI.i A. m. 1 rum i-v j
A. M. PERRY & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
FJLOVIi DEALER S,
Ko. lie & 111 Superior Street,
HAVE now in Store, 1.000 Barrels
ad Bap Doable Extra, Earn, aud auDeiliut
VTuicb is fur sal at the lowest market rates,
Gr W shall diy he re mu Flour from th South
ti4 fro ii N 'rtit-m .thils, and can and wili m)it it an
wbjaci fjr urckiMira to dc-l Wiia tu.
tzST All Floor sold by u will pror m w rep
The bst cf new crop NEW ORLEANS SUGAR, by
B'k a id Tonnr Hvtan TFA. In tea-pounl caddlea, fur
Ml t wiioleaaie prices, for run only.
Tr.fe.AMJ, v. v an. it.e OCVOB.W
T) 1 E FLOU K. Jast received, a nice
Iwt of Rv Flour fjr alc, at Wbniesnle xn Ke.wL
J M. HOWER
oc4 No. "0 Merwui -treet.
lUtU, TttA.S.sPOHTArlON" CO.
In connection with Pecp!e'i Line of Pro' ell...
Oooda Farwxded Datl, witbont TrmsabiBmeBt.
Waleek, Mantr & Co., Buffalo.
S. B. WXV J. J. MaSSB
Clakk, Patten & Co., New York,
e. . clabk, . rarrta
For Viettkt applT M
XTLES k WALKER,,
J. J. MA'SEV, At..
Corner Docatit. and Lour Wharf. Buffaki.
C. V. CLAKK,
Jfo. 9 C-entiri Mip Vew erk
C. A. FOLbEK. : Pier. All.at',
Mark PtrVairt N. W. I. to." ihip Daily, P
Xaat BlTr, .N. T.
HUBBY, HUGHES A CO, A?eat
TT.ra ,t-v. land oh'.o.
CLEVELAND. DKTROIT AND
LAKE SUPERIOR LINK.
Tb faTht. fastest steamer
North Star, B.G. Sweet, Master.
The aplcndid new Screw Steamer
Northern Light, Join Spaulding, Master
Tii well-known Propeller
Manhattan, CCald weIl,ITI r.
Tui namlH'f an i cnaracti-r or ineiw uwais wiu Oe a nffi
eit ffa :ritee to lite but'i'C of .,., saiotT and nroiuut
uecs m rarTYntf iKUtaeucrs aua freib o all poinia &t
Fo: p itseaers It affr.ls troatcr romfort and speed th
has Ttr Ihcu odc:e4 t the nut. 'i on that route.
For piisase, freifiht or itifjrDia:o:i inuir to
HANSA, GARHLTSON ft CO..
apl 0: tf Acenta.
The Kortbern TransportAtSon Co.,
TVTILL PURING IHE PRESENT
f f seitoQ Tuultieir wrii kaown and popular line ef
riRST CLJ.S STEAM PROPELLERS ASD
Res'ot-TlTbrtween ufitea.sbar$baud Otwepo.and the U
pr Lakes. I'.w.mai a
Datitf Line better Qgdensburgh and Oswego
and Ports on Lake Erie !
AnflaTrl-Wi-efc'.TU'Ti between Of-lenyl-U'r" and Oswego
a t P Jrts oa Laii- Miritian ! couawtide a. Osiieniiburtk
wub tUi O'dfut-buiU un.! Verinon: CeLtrai Rome ! be
tween Ozdfusi'nrtra. B'sriiututi, Concurd. Alanciifgur
Lawrence, Nashua. Lowell anu Boston; mad at Oswei;
with H.wcv ti Craw f;rd' new Oaeeu iine of Thir.y Fnt
Cla OJiii Boats, i lafe size,) on tne enurredraual t
tweet 0w?o ind Nw York, tiitii auoroini: a herairr,
bpweilv anJ Ctieap Route, wna but tranhipineiit b
twee a IUtfn. New Etslaivi and New Vo.k 'td the West!
This rouipsuy ha i a? aiifvate tUo most arapie arraae
mtiiU at Owt?t;ofor 1 Kirk and S orkTefacihues with abun-d-ht
wcommotl ti:,.o?i ft.rhanJiu.ir, a-orUoK and Shiprmg
Frciphf, -ipon ihejiimi practiced .ii t Ut-easbarth, can guar
antee t ite se. prompt ii.d perfect UttiTtry ol allpiupsrty
utrus'ed to its care.
Tins Line connects at Cleveland with the Norther
Traup.:UUon Laue of CjiiuI Unison the Oiuo Canal, a
line ot Hivps.ie.rsio L.k Snp, rwr, and with Railroads te
Columbtu. Ciuciuuati, ludmuaiKili, Louitville and fit.
AflRNTS AND COXSIGNCCt:
J. Myers, l 3 Caniie
J. L Warner. 1 Slip. S.Yt
Ot! Kimball, in Stale 8t.
(iVeo Car, 1 113 Broad s'l ,j
Cr-wiordK Co., Ordensb'ti
F. C. HorT,J yewo'K.
iJnv-T (v r.rawfjrd, Owego
MaUert Co.,Oilcaio, 1U.
a.r Walker Toledo! O
C. K Mathews. Detroit, Ib
B-rrlavt Co., Milwaukee
LOCKBK It Co., Racine. J.F. KlXKLAVfV, Ehebovf .
Cliambrrlin, Crawford iCo., ClerelaDd,fi
Real Estate Agency.
UEAJL ESTATE OFFICE.
... IIWiTIl ITAKKT, (LATE C. a. BEAD a CO.'l Ba.)
LANDS IN I0"WA, WISCONSIN,
Michigan and Illinois. fnrsale from S2.&0 to SlO.eOpe
are forca-hand 'o lonfrcreaits. AlsoCity property. Farm
ttd Landc in Ohio foT sale and e:chatiTe. Laaa nerotla
ftoA Lud Wanraais loud lb the Wert. marl.
E. IWies & Co., Pfibiishcrs
CLEVELAND, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1 1, 185S.
-Office No, Hi Superior Street.
1 Sbltlinx per week to ( iiy Subserl kt ra
I Fiv. Djllar. per 7r to distil bniucrib i
T A MEL W . 1) U X Y would re-
I f w.trnil. rn the atte:.ton of .11 D-rviis not to
tonsil d wit him to nrocure anrlhiot in his iita, to !u
Srw Style of Burial Us iet.
It i, mrlr l'tlit aitd coHT.nient fur inns.ortation. pi tin
... . . .. n.,n . , m-m. and riDi&hu in a na"tl
lu! ao'i c'.sas e .tile. He tias the p.easuie ol konwmrih',t
thfr rnwrt wi'n fie most oni, rsa atiratrauon aua dpppjtji.
Tliry ue d In 1c h- on W be appreciaiea. JL ctuiieia as
sortment .1 thf
Comtnon Styles of Wood and Metal Cuffins,
v-t ., t!v on hand.' vre'licr with a (rreatT'rit7
SHHOUUS aiiti 1 Kiai.ltJ. mauu.wu '""""
n .w tr.-p.tr. .1 to fur. wU HKU I.KUA8 BOibS. nut
to-.ho -i coper na.l- uJ iiTela, to all perji.s v.lio
rroi i N SSEnestP-'. ttorHil-nr
JfIRE IKONS AND STANDS,
WIRB F1UE GUARDS,
Porstle at FOUt;. KNSYt OKT11 V vu '
u, ,2f Cnk. rr and Houe Fqmi.hing St.TQ.
E AHl. .HU.MP,ON. a ATT VCHMENT.
FRANCIS li. ELLIOTT J
Before G. B- Tibbit. Tiwice oi tie Peaco. Clerfclaiid,
l UVilh-ip LOU. I, a'UlW.
THE DefeDtlant is totitled. ihat at
J my riUcc Js Ktrti'T I n: . i-iiiut-n' was tssu u u, aa-u
J, Gu f tui the 3 i da. of N v in er, nira ust Ihe tie-
ku.l ii-t' Frun s li. 11 i -:t. a n n:-re?idrnt drbior. for Ihe
f h iiii-.tred and :. ir; t-fivti ;(l-lt'dj !a ai d mju
ci'i- :s i lo: hcjfiin; ui. V- Itii J:-" i I'C ni'''r, al U
y yi Ann iniMir-v..
n,..20 3wi'S v-y u He NT. his Vt'r.
lGtf, If A IE VUKK, BATHS,
SHAVING AXD IHII1-IT.ESSING SALOON.
,,CV1 W.-.l le'l II ! Blo-t. B-.nk St.
VOAli JI. l..V.Tlr.
COAL OIL Tni Oil iin'rely fr e in-modor
and will burn io li.a Ber m acd si vieii Oil Lamps. It
tsilif b-rt atticle QjTinuiaclureJ in thecuuutry. 1'or -aie
at No. Ont tntf sTTcct. no I P. I AW
TNITKU tsTATLh AN1 UMitlO.
3ATENT OFFICJi AGENCY, OP
p.'Silu Weddeli House. liHti'. street, Cleveland. Oh
Tn. r.i.KRirifiK rmtT.'-lfiTI jehu crisbp
T 1). riSHEU, NOTAKV PUBLIC
fj for C yuluea touniy. ai-d LAND and GKNKKAl.
AiiLNT, attends to all Nutaiial llu-ie! : nr.o :t-
I,iaus: sel's ii'd eil anires Cily nd Coonrv lieal Kstl,
Western I.an'-s, kc ; Ci'liecis "ll uts ti.d Money; in 'i-cat'-s
Titles; driws feeds Moitcages, Leaes, c Rl--ruenibtr
thn Oltire, No. 2 Superior lrert, ib O, Cu'ter fc
B'ii dine, over Murf-x 's Haniwnri Slore Mrn's d -..l
THE OLD DOMINION" COFFEE POT
Him hotomo a household word.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Mt'kes a fcere:a;e delicious as ncrtar.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Takes less Cuffce than an; ottier.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
NttTer fails to do its wirlc neht.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Gives a healthy beverage.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
li a friend to DjSpepti-j.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Mukes h'lslands hat VT-
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Makes irirei poodEaiured.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
I, the cook's delight.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
tteuds smiles to the breriA Last tahlo.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Prevents mairiinoaial tilscord.
THE OLD DOSnNIO COFFEE POT
GiTes tbe Arahian br-rry in perfection.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
Is bated apon science and common aeiise.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT
la used by all sood hous-kepers.
THE OLD DOMINION COFFEE POT,
t pints, 3 qmrts, 3 quirts, 4 quirts, and G quarts, is for
FOGG, ENSWORTH t CO .
HrTl5 nrt 2V S -lienor St.
China, Crockery Glas Ware,
House Furnishing Articles.
havius uuitt-d tour two es
tali'ishmcnls. nnl niw or-
cnwiug 1WO M'uKKS on
Sciicea & Superior
W.Mild TesTCctiully inn'e
Hu&ekeeMis. anu thif
about rums io toitseketD-
ins. as w II as stranger.-, nsitin:
amine their immpure slock vi
which comprises tna
i i.ieviaud, loraii anu t-x-
the akove nam d Goods.
Largest and Richest Stock of China west of
Heir lorn. Lity. .
We ha,e an hard a complete aas- rtment of
WHITE IRON-STONE WARE,
Of the finest qua1. y, warranted Bot to crack or turn yellow
from hot wktex. and for sale ia
Dinner, Tta, and Breakfast Sets,
Or by the single pier, as low a cn be bnmrht in tbe city.
Wa have m'90 twentv-flve dn'crent pa: teres of
Cotnprisiuif mauy new and verv rirh Sets; and we iel as
sured thn w ctn unit. IN STYLE AND PRICK, the
most rastiaious admirers of China. Also, all kinds of
and a raRlE rr or
HOUSE FTRMSIUVG ARTICLES,
BRITANNIA. ALBAT & MLVT.R PLATED WARE;
Z1JSL A1J 1 tii lllt.tllir.K SMS:
ICS t'REAM FKKtZF.Iis;
TEA-TRAYS, WAITERS, FILTERS, kc.,r.
Oar Stock Comprises e,err 1,-ariety of
Chandeliers, Brackets, Drop Lights, Paper and
blass anades, i.ignters, etc.
All orders for Ga.. Finaresand for Fitting np Houses a. tth
G -s Pipt-e.m the Citr oriuthe neifehlK-rj towns j,rocoiuj.
alten !ed to.
PRICES VERY LOW FOR CASH.
Goods carefnily packed and delivered at th. DTots Free
FOGG, EHSW0ETH & CO ,
TJos. 233, 233 & 23T Superior street,
sf pT Cmter nf grera. CLFTTLANn. O
OUR UNRIVALED ASSORTMENT
And Gas Fixtures,
For the Fall Trade, is now open, and Till be sold
At Trices that Defy Competition.
FOGG, EJiSWOBTII & CO.
For Dwellings, for 25 cts.
it IT. P. HOPKINS-,
oe 89 PnbHc Square;.
EEMOVAL.-A R. REDDING
Merchant Tailor, has remove hi tail-fine efuabhth
merit to No 36 Prosper t St., in Bander's Flock, wtiere he
will be banpy to see his old friends. He is we par rd a
nsnlia make Clothinc ui the latest and most fushioQuble
ve. j'jll:d;i 6
SA. POWERS Merchant Tailor,
15 Bank St..nnder theWedtlell. keeMconsinilv en
hand a choir a"ck of Cloths. C-nssimere and Vetis(s
which he will make ap in the n approved stvla.
; ' a);o
rTHTTliE LADIES We have just
1, rereived a lare andrheicelet of newKibhons. Flow
ers. Feat,' era, aod soma choice aud new matt-rial f.i
Winter Bonnets, all Of which have been bonrht verv c'ie
and will be sold at 25 ?eEcknt less th as FoaMkit patrc
CaJl early and mak a select, vhilt the aertmeit
eomplete. At bHAW ft Co.'s,
dee . 129 Suerior
CITY & NEWS ITEMS
SATl'HDAY JIOKMNU, Dtf. 11 lSSS.
PLAIN AXD ORNAMENTAL PRINTING,
ry Plain and Ornamental Prin'iaof every de-ri:iio
douoat the Pnutiup Es'.ali'i:iinc:tt .f the ieouVrOflire,
on the latest lmpr rt-d and m .st rapid steam pressea, in the
oeststj.e, oq slu.rt notice, and at reasonable rates. Par--i.Tolar
attention paid to blant work. Erery description
of BinJins done, espectally Biank Bjo.s. I.edeers, Journ
als Sales Bo..k, Receivit.j Books, be. ftc.
The Female Boy of Cincinnati. Much in
terest and attention has recently been excited iu
Cincinnati by tbe discovery tbat a boy named An
derson, who went to that city from this region a
weeks since and had been employed in working about
yesse's, ic, was no boy, but a girl, and her trne
name Jane Anderson. Upon this first becoming
known, she and her brother Joseph, who was con.
stantly with her, were arrested and taken to tbe
City Prison. It was ai first supposed tbat the two
were thieves, and that she had assumed this dnss
in order to better carry out the business, butinves
tijjation showed that this was not the ease. When
brought before Judge Pruden the girl told her sto
ry in a clear and apparency trulhfnl manner, by
which it seems that she forme rly lived in Northern
Ohio, and tbat three years ago she, desirous of
making her way iu the world and earning her liv
ing, couii.ltd to her brother her plan to assume
male attire, and go out in the capacity of a boy.
He joined in her plan and agreed to go with her.
Accordingly fjr three years ;hey have wjndered
abont together, bat not as variants, for they have
worked during nearly ail of the time. She is now
eighteen, and appears like a good lookingveritable
boy of fifteen or sixteen. JuJge Prn 'en was some
what puzzled as to what to do with her, but, as she
refused to put on tbe garments appropriate to her
st-x, she was sort to prison for ten days. The poor
girl bnrst into tears at being compelled to part
from her brother, for whom she seems to have an
unbounded affection. When required to change
her apparel, she bitterly and truly remarlied "As
a girl, I must either starve, or, perhaps, do worse :
whereas, a boy can work his way to any part of
the world." There is a solemn truth in the ab;ve,
and we fail to S'.e the justice of the scutencewhich
consigned her to the prison's cell, for no other of
fence than that she was endeavoring to earn her
own living. There are multitudes who, like her,
wi;h to honorably aud fairly earn their own sup
port, but who are driven by stern necessity to a
life of crime to procure that support. There may
be au ordinance in Cincinnati, forbidding one sex
to pu: on the apparel of Ihe ottier, bnt this is a
hard case, and the sympathies of the community
will be with this courageous girl. !?he has no bad
habits, and a'thoufrh she bad naturally fallen into
the rough ways ol men and boys, has kept htr
character above suspicion.
The JIessaoe Onceke. The Herald folks,
including editors, news gatherers, "boss," jours,
devils and carriers, musi have been in a state of
unparalleled excitement on the night of the receipt
of the' raesfage, judging from the leading editorial
n Thursday evenings 2cra!J,iaH from the account
we hear of the doings of its carriers on Wednesday
'morning. It seems that for once, owing to the
providential appearance of the message in the
evening by which ten hours of night were had in
which to set it np that sheet was enabled to lay
it before their readers at the same time that the
Lcader&rt. So excited were the Hrraid boys at
this success, that they made morning hideous with
their yells, and one of tbimi, ia lib zul.uiadc a wad
of his paper and accidentally broke a large pane of
glass with it in the honse of a citizen, who com
p'ained of it ia no h.ht terms. We trust oar
evening coteroporary will cool down, now that,
with the help of hands from the office of tbe Ohio
Farmer, and from J. H. Wiiliston k Co.'s, and sev
eral printers imported for flie occasion nnmber
inj in all some twenty-seven type setters it has
succeeded in gutting np the message in the same
space of time in which the Leader did it with ita
regular force, and one extra hand, numbering only
If onr neighbor don't stop breaking people's
windows and playing at brag, we shall not allow
them at another time, with twenty-seven typos, to
keep np with our sixteen fast conipositois.
Since writing the above we have seen the follow
ing in rie Ptin D'oJer, wh-'ch is so apropos that
we copy it :
Message Night. A furiously windy article
with this title appeared in last night's Herald. Tbe
e'nor wrote it witn a pa;r ot bellows dipped in
Owl's blood, he being seated on the highest stool
tnat could De tound m tbe Her.ild establishment
and underlaid with a sheet of fools cap. He got
so gusty at one point of the article that he would
nave gone np turousrri the roof had not some edi
tors from the interior pulled him back by the coat
tars. .41 tne conclusion ol the article he was
Id'te i oiTlhe stool and sailed home in a balloon
Then the Herald people drew np some resolutions
in wnicn mey nnanimoaslyprononnced themselves
Relief Association. The Executive Com
mittee of the Cleveland Relief Association met at the
Probate Court room on the 5th inst., and organiz
ed. It was unanimously resolved to proceed as
soon as practicable with the call for contributions,
and in pursuance thereof, the citizens will be called
npon by the Executive Committee without delay.
It is earnestly hoped, that in view of the pressing
necessity of a large number of poor in our city at
this inclement season of the year, and the large
amount of labor devolving npon the Committee.
the merchants, business men, aud benevolent cf
all classes, will respond promptly and generously
to the application of the Executive Committee.
Hon. J. A. Foot, Pr. L. Hanna.
Hon. D. R. Tilden, Jacob Lowman,
Wm. B. CASTLE, Chairman.
Kfctv M ioazine. "The Great Repub!ic,"w!:ich
succeeds Emerson's Magazine and Putnam's Month
ly, has been issued for January, lSjS. It contains
one hundred and twelve pagss of double columns,
after the style of Harper. The opening article,
"The History of the Great Republic,"gives short his
torical sketches of every Sta'e, accompanied with
their several coats of arms. lilustratel articles on
Sir Christopher Wreu; Ths Rig P.ckers of Xew
York; Spain and Mule back glances beyoni the
Pyrenees; Jerusalem; and Seven years in the
Western Land, reader th3 initial number most pro
nse'.y illustrated tj say the least. "A half century
of progress" is a well written review of the past
half century. Miscellaneous articles, poetry, Edi
torial, and humorous articles make np the balance
of this number, which we think a decided im
provement upon its predecessor, the Emerson and
Hawks & Bro. have it for Sale.
Qcestions. What makes a beverage delicious
What sends smiles to the breakfast table?
What makes husbands happy and wives eoo I
What is a healthy beverage and is a friend to dvs-
hat is Biddy's delight?
What prevents matrimonial discord'
What gives the Arabian berry in perfection?
What is based npon science and common sense?
The Old Dominion Con", e Pot.
The Old Dominion CofTee Pot.
The Old Dominion Coffee Pot.
The Old Dominion CofTee Pot.
The Old Dominion Cone Pot.
The Old Dominion CoBee Pot.
The Old Dominion Cof e Pot.
Ths Old Dominion CofTee Pot.
X. B. The "Patent Coffee Pot" reported in the
papers as having exploded in Cincinnati was an
entirely different article icith a top mads to screw
on air tight. The Old Dominion can no more ex
plode tbaa an ordinary coffee pot, as any one can
see whs will take the trouble to call and see them
at Foco, Ensworth & Co.'s, corner of Superior
and Seneca street. It
RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. Slaveholding Conferences---Withdrawal.
The Methodist Protestant Conference recently
held at Springfield, Ohio, by a decided vote of
nineteen to two, adopted the following resolu
tion, withdrawing all connection with lav
hoWing conferences :
Resoiccd, That indisputable tacts, the induc
tions of sound, logic, the dictates of Christian
prudence and an enlightened sense of our duty
to God and man, justify and warrant this con
vention, in tne name of the several annual con
Irrences herein represented, to now declare all
official connection, co-operation and official fel
lowship, with and between said conferences, an J
such conferences and churches within the Meth
odist Protestant Association, as practice or tol
erate slaveholder and slavetrading, as specified
in said memorial, to be now and forever sus
pended. Provision was made by the Conference for the
publication of a new Hymn Book, in conjunc
tion tvith the 'Wesleynti Meihodis's, and corn
mittces were appointed to take sleps for a union
with the Wesley ans, and to choose between
Pittsburgh aud Cincinnati as a location for the
Me-thodist Protestant newspaper.
Christianity in Japan.
A correspondent of the Boston Traveller, un
der date of .Simodo in Japan, August 15, writes
that religious services were beld in the house of
the American Consul, Townscnd Harris, Esq.,
on the Sunday following the signing of the new
American Treaty. It will be recollected that
the Treaty provides that Americans may prac
tice their religion, and promulgate it throughout
the Empire, and erect churches wherever they
please, the two Imperial cities, Misko and Jeddo,
not excepted. What added U the interest of
the services was the remembrance that Chris
tianity had been cx;cl!ed from these Island, for
nearly two centuries and a half, the fatal edict
against it having been promulgated in the year
1620, the very year when the Pilgrims carried
it to the new world, aud tbat this was the first
cole'.ralion of Protestant worship eince the
Empire of Japan was known to the civilized
RELtuIOCS LlBF.ETY IN DeNUARK Full TC'
ligious liberty in Denmark has been granted to
dissn'ers. They can form Associations, choose
their pastors, open chapels and schools, make
proselytes without interference by the govern
ment. Tlic character of a citizen is entirely
distinct from that of beleiver. Tho numbers of
the Diet and the public ofiicers are not subjec
ted to any brst whatever; they need not belorg
to any particular church.
Society op Frienos. A conference of three
hundred of the members of this religious society
has been hold lately in London, at which it was
agreed to sanction marriage between individu
als of this community (although not in member
ship) by allowing them to take place within its
religious meeting, and thit all restrictions in re
gard to what is called plainness of speech, bcha
vior, and apparel, may also be discontinued, but
cjnfirinijg its ancient testimony in favor of
Christian moderation in these respects.
Methodism in Indiana. The Methodist Epis
copal Church has gained a strong foothold in
Indiana. It is only a litt'e more than a quarter
of a century since the Indiana was set off from
the Illinois Conference; njw the former has
been divided into four, witli a total membership
or90,Q09, an increase during the last vear of
.Missionaries to Frazee Kiver. The WVf-
leyan Methodists of Canada have selected sct
eral clergymen of their denomination as misf
ionnries for the recently discovered gold regionc
on Frazer Eiver. The Superintendent of the
mission is Rev. Dr. Evans, a gentleman well
and favorably known in Canada. The paity
will leave Jew 1 ork soon.
Ohio Missionary for India. The Milan
Free Press announces the departure from thit
place of Miss Sarah Ashley, for India. Mif
Ashley is sent out by the American Board of
Foreign Missions, as a teacher in the Female
Boarding School in the city of Madura, Sooth
India. Mrs. Taylor, wife of Rev. S. II. Taylor,
who has been connected with the Madura Mis
sion for the last fourteen years, goes out wiih
The Cnited Brethren. We 1 arn by the
Religious Telescope that there arc seven Annu
al Conferences of the United Brethren Church,
located almost entirely within the State of
Ohio; mainly in the counties of Sandusky,
Scioto, Miami, Erie.Auglaize, and Muskingum.
The aggregate membership is 59.496, a net in
crease the past year of 5,896.
The same paper gives the statistics of the
Evangeiicel Association, (Albright's) as follow
eight conferences, viz: East Pennsylvania,
West Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, New York,
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin. If um
ber of Church members, 31,053; increase the
past year, 3,943.
Clericae Ci riosities. Dr. John Smith Pn-i
ident of Union Colleje, was an eloQueut ex
temporaneous preacher. His custom was to bold
a small Bible in his hand, in which was fitted a
bit of paper, which he would bring to his eye
at eacn new turn ot bis discourse. One day,
iu an animated burst of feeling, his thumb,
which held down the paper in its place, let go
its charge, and the fugitive "notes" sailed away
on the breeze into the broad aisle. The Doctor
very quietly tore off a small piece of newspa
per which he bad in his pocket, put it under
his thumb atoresaid, and then went on as usual
with his serin n, hf jng his "notes" to his eye
as Dciore, to neip his menial motion, much to
the amusement of the spectators.
Dr. James Muir, of the District of Colum
bia, wrote all his sermons and recited them
memoriter. But unless the manuscript was in
his pocket he could not go on at all, thongh he
never used it. One day having left it at home,
he was obliged to send for it before lie could go
on with the recitation. He was buried, at his
own request, in a grave thirteen feet deep un
der his pulpit
In writing sermons, Dr. Muir was iu tbe habit
of folding the requisite amount of paper, and
then scattering catch xtordt alone the pages; af
ter which he would proceed to fill up the inter
vals with the thoughts which he had carefully
studied in his own mind.
Dr. David Porter wasa ereatoddity. A Ka-
poleon bead, joined by a short neck npon a very
portly body, which stood upon a pair of remark
ably spindle legs, cased in small clothes and
silk hose, it was the striking figure of uncom
mon mind. When fairly under way in the pul
pit, his short, dense sentences, jerked out witb
a nod of the head and a stamp of the foot, or
the rap of his cane, which he sometimes did not
lay aside even in preaching, told like the hit
ting of bullets. In the lecture room he would
not only traverse the platform, but at times de
scend to the floor, step over a bench to soma
open apaea, walk there awhile, step ov.r anoth
er bench, and get back to the desk from the op
posite aide, and all the while carrying on the
address without a break.
Dr. Porter was very absent minded. Praying
with his eyes open, as was his habit at a
"neighborhood meeting," he chanced to see a
friend just arrived in the company, when to the
surprise of everybody, be crossed the room and
extended his hand, exclaiming with a voice of
pleasure, "C ! how d'do 1" not seeming aware
at all of the eccentric movement. Spr agues
Coloked Baptist Association. The Min
isters of the twj Colored Baptist Associations
in this State, the Providence and the Union,
present the following statistics :
The Providence held its 24th anniversary
in the Bethel Church, Gallia county. Ohio,
August 20lh, 1853. Chutches, 22; added by
baptism during the year, 134; preseut number
The Union Association held its 18th anniver
sary at Xenia, September lst,lS58. Churches,
31; added by baptism, 392; present number,
Great Increase or Methodism. The sta
tistics of the Methodist Episcopal Church,
North, show an increase during the last eccle
siastical year of members, 55.5S9; probationers,
77,364; making a grand total of 132,953 ! The
growth of the German department of the M. E.
Church is remarkable. It ommenced, as we
learn from liev. Dr. Xast, editor of th" German
Apologist, Cincinnati, in the fall of 183, just
twenty years ago, in Ohio. It now numbers
19,980 an increase of a thousand annually. lis
increase during the past year was nearly 3,000.
The Confessional in England. The Bishop
of London, in bis address to the Diocese, com
mented at lenoth on the practice of private con
fession recently introduced by some of the Eng
lish clergy. The Bishop is of opinion that the
authority claimed by certain among his priests
to pronounce an absolution of sin is an assump
tion unwarranted by the standards of the Eng
lish coiumunion,and he warns his clergy against
resorting to it. He holds, also, that while tbe
English symbols recognize, to a certain extent,
the right of the priest to hear the confessions of
penitent sinners, especially in the hour of death
or other extreme cases, there is no warrant for
the systematic introduction of the confe-sional.
Best, Freeman & Co.,
HAVE OPENED THIS DAY
VERY LAR3L' and
Magnificent Stock of Cloaks!
Making our urejteiit -B.Jrtmpnt t'l la-rpst ud mist invit-
1113 oi any ever onurru in ibis city, consisting ot
Over Two Uundred and Fifty Garments
And .Tcloihriu nianv novelties, in this Ii&s, '
rely new am jug tbxiu, a
YEBY BEAUTIFUL I0URSISB CL0.1K,
To waich we invite alt em inn. Also, some very pretty Cnr
oienti lor ( hi.ilren and Iis-es Tii'"-e Go wis we are
THAN A OlntR HOLSB in tUe
lr.ue ana f.nn att.nd to.
Also a 'aTjre Tstrieiy of
Rick Lyous Cloakin? Velvets,
rutt-iiased lust July at 23perce.it le than cnttt of tmunr-
i.ii:o!i. Him can eive an ndv .niage of SI i to $2 "0 p r artl
to nil who want; anil will a'M fnruiah Pstten.i of'or
-ilwi iviwui.'. iree, hi uotTr O.iys me material of Ui.
BLACK A B&OWS BE A.VER 3 FOB CLOAKS
At 317 Spprrlor Sr?rt
T ADIES ! LADIES ! LADLES !
ii-w 10 tne urn- 1 ihiv you- naxiiani's'
DRESSING GOWXS, FOE CHRISTMAS
Wi have the mtierials.
5Si TAYT.Ott. CRISWOLD 6 CO.
CHEAP DRY GOOn$!
BARGAINS IN MERINOS!
Btinraina in Cnhurtrc.
Hunjmua m Alpnt ca,
B ire-tius in M Deiainei,
Bargains in Silki.
Barenis in Veive's,
H n;a:Qs in Prints,
. . , Bafga.ns in Gnliamf;
And all kinds ot
C in be found at
MOBSAN t BOOT'S.
( ;HEAP MILLINERY GOODS!
- T,?e !ilare ia Laj '"""""aMc, Good an.l Clic ap Md-
iuerr Goods, is ai
MOHHAX tt UO'T'S
T ADIES WORSTED GOODS-AT
j-s wnuLKSAl.K -100 r i nnw in store, and man
"'eUl MO HO AN ROOT
QHAWLS ! SHAWLS ! We have this
rs uaj iweiiai a iarC aouiuou to our stock ol J
Broche Loos and Sqture Shawls.
Heaiv Bay Stata Shawls.
Misses' Long and Sioure Shawls.
A'.l of which cm le bought verv cheap, at
d10 MORfJAN II ROOT'S
Robes de Chambre.
EI. BALDWIN & CO. ARE NOW
ELEGANT DRESSING ROBES,
And Patterns lor the mrje
Hfh Printer! Fiannela,
Rich Pnr.Inl Velvets,
Spl-ndid Valetiria P itternn,
.Splendid Wool Delaine,
Cashmere auJ Ue.aiiies,
k"iiK a Lu,
T'lrkev Red an-1 Oi! Prmti,
Twit .I'd sVrench Pnnt,
6-4 Kreucu Mcriuoa.
Twi led Persian.
t or sale oy llie pattern, or made to order in nnv rc-anired
tv R. rterlfl VI di rtti-tv ...
pLOAKS AND MANTLES. Adeli-
tioii'. will be m -de to our stock. Friday. Dec. I0.h, of
r.irh Pans Pall Garmeu's; also, Mt-upjn. Ca.t C:oais,
df'0 K I. BALDWIN' k CO.
Christmas Exhibition !
RETTBERa & HAUSMAN'S,
IS NOW OPEN.
THOSE WISHING TO GET PEES
K NTS for tine HOL - DA YS. will fin-1 tlm . ear a Ui ;er
':- ujiu ii. Aii .lo.eioiore. uurnnci or
Porte Morula iee,
Willow Ba ket.
Dres. nr c&w,
'am y Hair Pins,
T.iittaurl V'anv risamt
Genera iy, is the largest and cheapm in the city. Come
ami uu ue.UTe Tiic crowu l 100 rrtirtt
RkTTBKR; fc HAUSMAVV
TAYLOR, GRISWOLD & CO. now
a exhib't a new and tiUnt stuck at W h 1 1 ii,)tu. .a
iuc nucn urr,L inoti wuicn are ine Itmewiuf ;
Ptqn Break ast SVtj,
Comb Colli rs.
Sinped Swim, for Sleerea,
Wash Bliiid, frSleeret,
Thread F.d?i nra,
Throid Eiitiis i
Job lot, Terr CRp.
(COLLARS COLLARS A LARGE
V- lot of Mise Coilara at onl 1 slnlhrir taah avery
neat article; als , a Urge assortment of handsome Col .an
kc wi'l be ao d low. jo n 8, H Y.MAN te CO
Jl mim a
Sid. Band and Plain.
SILK TESTINGS, fc
oa H D.
Hats, Caps & Furs.
17 URS ! FURS !-A tif-w lot irt
Jl All KM CAN SABI.LK AM. I . n I ! f C "r-''i
il-BS-U.lt.-, Mix f-r a r,r i.-e .-ifct 1
u s,iil fl.u u lolhcu J.i.ilau 'o ttVr timil
Q:t tlteir war 1 . m-.
HAVE ARRIVED THIS
MOKN";.Mi. by Ktf.rt .a.'l.i-r br;i
.rlnient:t 1.- -3
LaJts should c-iU soon, wjii'c our a-ortmei.t is cm-'clo.
d'"1 E. STAIH 4
MUFFS. Those Muffs have
c.Hiie. La'tm we. h:tjc oeeu waiting
V. ST. Mil S. CO.
H1TS. CAPS, HKS, fcr.
a T- S. PADDOCK.
for a Li-rral Patron-
a e tluriu; the last fiileou rears. 15 h;ti..v to anuoniiC''
Ui;tt lie li :l?;ii i -i...:! ; a -) i !nt'- f,;r uuMic pa" muiiie.
and III 'V It I .Uiid at n ??I Sur..r,,,r trt;et. ?et li-mr to
B-st n. i reemau e, wlire tie is receiving a toll aud Kiega.il
HATS, CAP3, FURS,
Swans Down and Fnr Trimmings,
Buffalo and Fancy Rubes,
Ladies' and Gent's Fur Gloves,
Trunks, Carpet Bags,
CAP TKIM3HNGS. VMBKFI J.AS, nr.,1 ever r ic-le
nsuaily kept in the beat i'asl.iunatde Retail Y abiish-
It 's mv desii todettl for Oah aiune. ai:d It , mII at
prices v!ncti will make it an object lVr the t- nzrru ;bJ
puiaic to give me their traJe.
Hats and Caps made and repairet: lu order.
Particular attention paid to Rrpairm; Laiiie' Furs,
no 30 T. S. PMIWfrC
n e w emg N e w
FULLER & CO.,
No. 25 Water Street, Cleveland, OLio
HAVE THIS DAY
1 LADIES' FURS!
Which will ,m IhtsirS
Last Opening of Fnrs
THE PRESENT SEASON.
"THEY MUST BE SOLD
January 1st 1859.
CALL AND SEE TIIEM.
FL'LLES & CO.,
At No. 25 Water Street
L- BENEDICT & S01TS '
A RE OPENING A LARGE A.ND
HALUAULK STOCK OW
LADIES' AXD CUILDSES'S FUES.
Lat!ies are i inviteit to call and examine them b. fore mak log
oSffrc " tNew No' J 201 S lpenor Sl'
FIRS, BIFF ALU &UMS,&.t.Fgfm
IV. Docktader & Co.,
(Old No. IS )
SIPEHIOK STKEET, IVew Ill,
A RE N0W;iN RECEIPT . ieir
XX full stock of
Ladies' and Misses' Fnrs,
rt ... - , . . . . .
fact, nil "r"1 "X- Ta-i-t.maiiu-
Sautrlels, Santillas, Capes, CnfTs ii Muffs;
HATS AND CAPS.
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, Canes, Ac.
500 Buffalo Eobes,
Allh??,?.'"' FANCY HOBE3
ai.r house ,n the Wit. C5B puicHasod at
ticitVd. ,x:","1,"'0 or r stock is rrspectfull, sc
I II A X T v. .
a s.sable srles lor Fall an,, .,., iWS "
' - BL'TTS", 5 Superior stiret
Jslt 123 Superior Street
(Old JJo. 25.)
I AM now in receipt of my extensive
and well selectel stock of J .
Hats, Caps, Fnrs, Fall 4 Winter Gloves, kt
nne s..a.a o. UKt&. t L KS. GLr.VtS. All'I'T- stc
wmch have la-en seiectel w.th rrat care 1
our rT .teli:': "'JS. ' H.
fin Kt t.w F n f"ti in-nuiiii one oi m
aausuallT low My ass.,rtnjrnr
a.id at prijts
SOf'f FKLT HATS, watch hatr. now become Tsucli m.i-
W OREAT VAltlETT
Trunks, Valises, nap;s snd I mbrellas
ConstantlT on hand, dir,ct fr 'B. man a facto- ies TV He-
mStr the place. ,a j
Xo ) 123 Superior St.
E. STAII1 & CO.
(New Nuiijtwr )
Have received a Magnificent Stock of
BUFFALO ROBES, GLOVES.ftc
Tne attfutioii of Ladies i usUlMularlr ral.tl toiler
suienor assortment of
LADIES PAXCT FURS.
Pnrrhane1 this sertsoo durir.etrie cn-nt 6r; nm of the
uk uiuritei ij in mi ceietira'eU fc-ipturn M:iii'ifa(-lnr-
at nnres rPRBcKDF.STLV Low Ourassortnent em
brr"! erv tesintile varietv. nnd re utl ntiiln ut.ntt;
HOST FASHIQSARI.E STYI.H W t..
Helov "Panic" Prlrrv
Hari'ir a uraciuMll Furr or m our ni.ninv m
putm. iu w repair an kiduj ! lum. tnaMDiiop
mimier Ti-e h rti rpn'nti.n awaitied to our For lur
(um win vu tuny auiutainf a.
E. STAIR k Cf
JjOR 3IISSES' WEAR,
SMALL FIGURED WOOL DELAINES
SMALL FIGURED MUSLIN DELUXKS,
ep29 TATLOB, GEISWOLD 4 CO.
HAMILTON SKIRTS -Something
iiew ani dfintahle.
Don-iaafc Sherwood' Adiarble Bottle Skirt
9rme mrttcle. ujo H. D. KKNDALL fc CO.
1 Mio nor ?t.
Plaid Merino, and
. t , Valencia Remnanta,
at one half their ent.
H. D. KENDALL fc CO.
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