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E COWLES & CO!?
bl Superior street.
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- fur 1M
Daily far lean thaa One Year, M Cuu per
Terms of Weekly Leader.
1'tie proprietor Urys anc laded that ft rednctioa in the
pr r.e oi the LKADKR would be beneficial to tU patrons, a
Well a tu thenueves; and thv have, ocArdiuclj, iwduoed
tb su'uvnptiou price oi the WEKKLY LEADER, to sin
gle sun-enbers to ONE DOLLAK AND FIFTY CENTS
ler rear, and UNH) DOLLAR for six months They also
A;r the following inurements to clubs:
10 copies .913.001 30 copies 60
16 11 .0(1 SO " 46 08
All to one blares. Fire cent xtrm will bechargidon
n.-ncopy, to CI ottfl, where the name at the subscriber u
written on it. Ad Ttra eopyaiUwedte the fetter un of
be t'tub lor his trouble.
Invariably in Advance.
Fffprvnis f.rward:atr order for subscription), witaoUb
r- c !-... ,1 i ?r t -r- rn reriva anv artrntion
Att'ys & Counsellors.
0 LKO. S. CLAPP ATTORNEY AT
VXlaW and NOTARY PUBLIC. OSca arer McBrides
Drur Store. Berea. Otro maywnT
L ROOKS. BO A RDM AN & FORD
L) ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Al water Buildm;, loot
oi s..iTMnor St., Cleveland, tituo.
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WILLIAMSON & RIDDLE. AT.
TOKNEYSATLAW. OSc No. 80, Snoenor-et
Cleveland. Ohio, . WILLIAMSON
lanl A. O. KIDDI.E
fH ARLES1 0. BALDWIN ATTOR
V Jne; and Counselor at Law Offlce II Superi r St.. orer
ALMER & AUSTIN, ATTORNEYS
Ai LAW, umce over commercial dim .
SPER, J.F., ATTORNEY AT LAW,
wamro, irmmouu Muniy, udm. ubw, nu. ui-
Flour & Feed.
1 1 1 I fc-tUi
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
purchped tbi well known Mooring -taldihmeBt,
are prepared to furnish to iu old Dations and the public
re ne rally, an article 01 Flour nud 3Wili Feed not inferior to
any ever.-nYrtd in thi niirket. The folio wing favorite
brand of K lour keplcutaniiou bund and frsals whole
sale and retail :
"CITY MILLS." Double Extra, in barrels, sack and hall
sacks, mud? fiom very -iioict) whte vt hoar.
'EUr1 PRIOR." Double Extra, in barrel, stcke and half
sacks, mitde from the beared wheat.
"MAKbl.K MILLS.' FTtra, to barrels, sacks and balf
s-rfci, first qualify nf Flour.
ror?e aed Shh' Hitldlim,
Ci'v Mil' and Akroo Shuns,
Liberal m.luceninu'fttiet1 to the retail trade. All or
ders leit at the Mills ur war Office will meetwithniota.pt
attention. H HARVEY ft CO.,
d cA:lra) Merwin Street, CleTeland.
(WHrtl .F.SALE FLO'Jrl STOE. mi
SO. 116 AM) IIS SUPERIOR STREET,
AT THE NEW FLOUR STORK.
A. M. PERRY & CO.,
Sapertine Flour U f0
Extra do ?
Extra do poml
Doukl extra, vott rftuice. I6uyt w
ITunerlen Mills, bone better
rsrw'H linnotuiii PtCR FLouR mtobaes, bkahd it
vol ble FXTRA.and sfllit forahiehpnee All Flwr sold
b? us will o delivered free of charce, and warrjiuad to
lrrra W at ItPIF.StNT deClR-'ftW
T & V. WE ITZ WHOLESALE
J and Retail Dealers in Floor, Feed and Grain, Re
and Buckwheat Flour, white and yellow Com Meal. All
orders filled on short aoiue and delivered to any t" of
the cuv free ofebrars- No. 41 Ontano ttrm t.
rpg R SUBSCRIBER IS NOW PRE-
1 pared', factoreallkindaof
Jewelry and Silver Ware,
Includliu Na -Lin Rmgt, Cops, OoblaU, Tbaooo and Snafl
Boi. llisonir. I O.olO F , Sent of Tauipanuca, and
aUan.t;of JsiraU.at Saparioratreat.
Formerly Dni Bro.
Fir and ra.1nnic SiTr Fumnt. ai 1T2
ROBERT GILL SILVER AND
Ktrrtro Plater. Door Plater and Manufatterer cor
aer ofOntan.and ProapM Sia . (at uirs Cle-Mland,
is er.nared to r.-piat Spoon,. Forka. Oatora. It., and
nuKcihcmeioal I., new loor Tnmmiuf lurniined or
FUUrdtoOrtlrr. Bell Haafiof promptli attended to, and
CHAMBERLAINS & LEE, MANU
FACTI RERS AND WHOLF.SALE DEALERS IN
WING, JAMES H , MANUFAU
TITREB OF AND DKALE h 1 llTt , eUKK r IHU
ANIri)PPF WAHE. WOn
Wholesale and Retail Dealer li
ALL KINDS OF
So. 61 Water street, next door W the P. 0,
T HATE NOW ON HAND A Large
I ani Complete Aaonmant or
AND CHEEEY Jf'URKlTDRE-
CHAMBER SETS, of nriona styloi,
LOUXGES, at all prices,
HATTRASSES, of Hair, Manilla, Erceii i, Straw.
PIANO STOOLS ! PIANO STOOLS ! !
All of which 1 offer to the Parchasiojt Community at
PRICKS TO bU T TH TIMES.
inalS , w.t.r.t.t. ..i' eoatwth. Pom Office.
Bras Foundery. .
ORLEY & ODELL HAVING
eofnolctul their New Fnunderv at the foot of Vin-
viru fcireet. are a prepared to make every dscnptieu of
bKaaci I AMl.Mi. e maiinaaciure au sinus ui r
cets and Cock, (or Steam and Gas, and the various article
used in the i.luinbin; business. Lorontotras and gteam
txat Retlfi. Hwratit.all timi of Rrass Jjrod used by Dis-
tiliers. ji.-u-nineMhand Kauroaa uompames.
J H MOKLEY. J. H-ODELL.
Clerelaud. Mny ig, 18. myia.dtf.
FOREST CITY SCALE WORKS.
EVERY SCALE WARRANTED STRONG, AC
CURAI K AND DURABLE. Atrent. with somecajutaL
wantea to traveiiutue w eaiern ilalts.
J. V. TCEKLER,
j f U Vineyard rtrest Cleveland. O
G. W. BHK1
TTPHO LSTERER AND MANTJFA0
J turerof Looncs, end all k'nds of Mattraswes and
Btddinr.Canhi.-iu Curtain. Draperies. kc, No.42Sapa-
E nor Street Hill, f"ur door below Commercial Branca
AllordArsi.iiiur.tleteeuted. Particular attentios pan
sotn iym .t Oil Liotns jarptii,-,e.
1 AKE ERIE PAPER COMPANY.
Mantactnrerol PRINT I Nil AND BOOK PAPER
hj-e now prepared to supply aUtsMercwithasaperwrqnaii
N. W. TAYLOR, Arent,
Office It Bank street
a a r;4 dwtf
VTOT ICE. EXCELSIOR BRECK
III rKuince rnu. and C4RBON OILS The
uodeme-ied would sir to those who deal in coal and carbon
oils, that he h s mrde such ajrancementsse will enable
him to furnish loose who any Lamps of him, with as food
nn arucie of
COAL AM) CARBON OILS.
A there w manofactured in the country by the barrel or
oalion. Fluid, Coal, Carbon and Keresine LAMPS Jot
- kntaal avr WVdrk r,ru-Al Iratirhl addftd. Na
aOnurwSt- novfi K. LAW.
E. d6vrles & Co, Publishers
CLEVELAND, WEDNESDAY MORNING,
Office No. 144 Superior Street
DECEMBER 22, 1858.
Physicians & Surgeons.
rTHAT CONSUMPTION CAN BE
X cursnl by mha'irur the MEDICATED VAPOR is ao
Vix. It. IS. LEAJ1,
Wotd annonnre o the people of Cleveland and the tur
roaading country, that he 11 prepared to treat Consump
tion. Brutichetia. Catarrh, and a'l other lonr and tbroat
diseases, by the method of tohabtion. Bv medical luhala
t:ou is to bt understood the nspi ration of air linprecnattd
wuhihif alivo unuciple of utewioe, caicalated to pro-
aure a reuiniai ara curative rnci upon uu pan 01 ine
mucous menibrjne of toe rr suirn'orv oreans. which mar
be lnaiaojbtd cindnion. 'I lie Docter has in his pue!5
fcioi a I'urulterc i" certifiLa'r I'rom patients residi ; 111 Chi
cao. Vulalo. Cincinnati, a.:d Clerfland. who are liTing
wnnruos p.ovms tne succes-t 01 uis skill in tui- practice.
The most vie ent and o'-rt.nato couehs, resuiittig from
co.QX can be curmt 10 trom twulve to itiirty-MX nours.
fS Coueultti u and aii?:o fne to any that niy call
Hi iso truu nveiy disea-e puculiar to female. am guar-anf-'sa
m( s'-ly riiel. der2l:dlm
umrg r 31 inat stTf ei
To Chronic Invalids.
DR. BANNING, (late of New York,)
jriyea not tea that be ha .ocjled aX
144 i:uoiid (Street.
And that tiavinc now pcrf- c-el his ST5ern of BRACES,
SPIN AL LF.VFRS k. PROPS. BRACE TRUSSKb,
PILE hFKlNfii, t H.LDHr U GIRDLES,
AXD SKIRT SUPPORTERS.
He is prepare Mo treat (tuaally without med'cine) the fjl
lowinc aud uiulagou ailcjlious, tis:
BRONCHITIS; with irntali thr. at, and weatnens and
h a'eues ofTuiceia ieakiu and riMgins;.
WEAKKEafi OF THE CI TEST, wnh cough, bleediic at
the luugs, pi:n, bha.tues of bruatti aud palpitation of the
DEBANOEMENT OF THE STOMACH; with indires
liou, acidity, seuh of 4 Cil'ops'." laintuffs, dull draggiu
IMinu iu the k'des and an "ail gone" leelmg, winch are ng-jtravutt-d
on er ctme the bvly
WEAKNEsSAND FALLING OK THE BOWELS;
with con&tipaiiou, rhnanc diDrrhum. prolapsus am and
"'uklSARY WGAKNEF.t. ith mitable bladder and
incontinent and pulului unujii'H,
SEMINAL w EAKNESsLS; whuh if not arrested, to
getierullt teul to insanity an 1 phviil turn.
SPINAL O H A N G EM N I i-; n it h curvature, inequali
ties of the h aud shoulders ungraceful put, and pain
aird wea.nt.-M of the back whifh, if not arretted, tend to
th-tr increase and to consumption.
HERNIA; a radical cure eff ted (on a new principle) by
aie .ns ot hi? new combmati a Brare Traw.
DERANGEMENT OF THE LOWER EXTREMI
Tl KS; with colduat s, numbne&i, ht aviae and swelling, on
The droopimrof y.tung ladies, with risked shoulders and
large and sharp shoulder bLudrs. and flatness of the chest,
which are so indicative of early consumption, pleasantly
8KIBT Sup pouters. The attention of ladies is ealied to
hi- combinatiou Abdominal and SpiiiM Shnnldnr Brace and
Skirt Supporter, by which most of the above affectum may
be prevented and relieved, the form and hAannirof the
body improved, and the wri-ht of the skirts held away from
thw stomach. Invalids out of the city should inquire by
letter wuen Dr. B. may be seen.
The medical nrolession are luvited to examine bis surgi
A La. It in atterqnce upon Ladies. decio
To my Patients of West Side, CleTeland.
DR. R. J. LYONS, the well known
and celebrated Botanic Practilitioner, generally
known as "The Indian Herb Docor," takes p'easure in an
nouncing, that incompliance with the urgent request of bis
patieuts, and the acc rmra Klation of itthers who nav need
M-dical aid . That he h:t procured a suite of crveme t
RiKtms at t be residence of Mrs MAGU1KK. No Aiti. De
troit St., at whw:h I-lace the Doctor can bo consuLtod on
Wednesday anil b rvdav every week-
All those suff :img with diseases df the Throat. Lunrs,
Heart, Liver. 8 omieh.au1. all dueas s of the Blood tucb
as Scrofula. Ervcimtus. Cancerit. ard all other Chruuic
complaints, will find it totheir advanlnge to call.
I " umca in tieveiano an. st Liair St.
ty Consultation free ! decl3 i!3b223
A Good Tree is Known by its Fruits ;
so is A
Good Physician by bis Successful Work.
io uie Consumptive, aud all those who are Buffer-
ing with disease of the Throat. Langs,
Heart, Liver, and Stomach.
THE well known and jastly celebrated
Indian Herb D ex-tor,
R. J. LYONS, FROM SOUTH AMERICA,
Would announce to the peonle of Cleveland and vicinity.
that be Has taken an
Office Tio. 97 St. Clair Street.
All who are surTenns; from the ab ve named diseases, or
n Other comntiratml cmnnleintof veai-a iIrii nri' ant in-
fortied that they can consult the Doctor fir FREE OF
His hoped that no one wi'l dspatt of a cure, until they
hare tiveu the Indian Herb Doctor's Medicine a lair and
Ci Dunns; the joclor' travels Jft g UlPm wWcat ItiAi?.
Den ine msunment, id vkm k a tu, wt resiwrr w howui iu
viror, thousands who were given up and iiruuounced incur
able nv the most enauent Old School Physicians; nav.
ni'ire thousand, who were on the xenreol the grave, are
now LIVING MONUMENTS to the Indian Herb Doctor's
skill and suceslul treatment, ana are amy eictmm uk,
"Blessett be the day when first we saw and partook ul the
Ind.an Herb Docmr's Medicine.
Remember Consaltatioa and advice free. The pour fhall
be hherallv remembered.
Take Notice ererv Wednetrfay and Eridiv . Dr Ly
ons can be consulted at No. 20b Detroit tinsel, (West Side.)
rf office Hours from 9 A.M.to fi P.M.
decll dfcw K ?6
J. M. JOHNSON, M- D.,
Office 107 gart well's Block, Superior Street, Corner Sen
eca St. Residence No. 171 Pittsburgh U, CUveland. O.
C. J. UftSET, Pitts' h) J 6. HDSSY. CtO. SI.XCLAIB
HUSSEYS & CO.,
COAL MERCHANTS, WTIOLE
aal and retail D-aler a PITTSBURGH. SALINE
VIL1.K anclSTBI Vr.IN COALS. Also SOT COAL
for Smuhiae. Ofice and Yanl on the Ea.t Side ot the
Cleveland fc Pituhorgh R, R Coal Pit. Clevelind.Ohio.
rs Ordera Ift .1 Hcistr (t Mc8ridb' (Wn.slow
Warehouse) will recire procipt attention. Cecil
Best Strip Vein Coal
IK MARKET, AT
rFHE Hartford Coal Co.. at their office
L la the OIL ana LAMP Sto-e, No. 116 (old No. 31
Bnk street, second door a .nh of Center street, are aellinf
SIPERIOS STRIP TEIS COAL
At retail, or by the car km, at
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
The reputation of the HARTFORD STRIP VEIN COAL
t wu estaoiiuiea as equal to me nest m market, ur ir
naca, G-atea and other purpows, beiite Cear of slate,
huratiir trrelv. and nukinc uo clinkers
Tka H irtfurd Coal Comranv sell their nure STrin Vein
Coal only, bavins; none of the inferior trade of Coal to
offer. Apply to F J CLARKE,
No. 116 (old No. 31) Bank street.
OT to V -H. JnllTLt. BkhU KK,
rter? 3m 720 SiocUlev s Pier
COAL FOR THE MILLION AT
EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICES. We continoe
ti keep on hand.
Strip Vein, S&Jineville, HammondsTille, Tucara-
waiana Biactsmiiua woais.
DebremS to anr part of the town, on ahort notice. Office
on the Pittsburen coal rier.
Nat Coal, S28 per Ton of 2000 lbs.
nora R FARMER k DITTOS
Charles 11. Eratt,
lineral Ridge, Old Bank Briar Dill Coal
OFFICE AND YARD south side Co
Iambus Street Br id Re, near the Mahonins; Rail Road
BLACKSMITH NUT AND SLACK COAL.
nov d3m 217
Tn1"ASSILLON COAL A SPLEN
ItX DID ARTICLE EXPRESSLY PREPARED for
83,23 per Ton, delirered.
Mineral Ridge, Briar Hill & Chippewa Coal.
" RICE, FRENCH t CO..
orffl dm gl Kear Erie WarehouML. West Side.
"HammondsTille Mining Company's
COIL, COKE, FIRE CL1T t FIBE BRICK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL At
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. This Coal has
no stTLPUUh makes NO clinkei. and ts arkn.wledeed
to be the purest, m t oaranie. ana most ae&iraDic Meant
and Urate Coal amonf all ine DUnsinouaeaala.
Orders by the Cr Load, (10 Tons,)
WILL FUXBD AT
IS cents per Ton below the regular Retail price.
This COKE, CLAY and BRICK are raa superior to an;
other manufactured in Ohio.
Also a ranety at cheaper Coals on hand .
ecu d6m 222 J. J. ROCKAFELLOW. Oen'l Aft.
XTOW IS THE TIME TO GET IN
X yonr Wintersupply. We are daily recem a splen
did articleforStovesand Orate, which we sell .or $3 wt
per ton. Partieewisiiingiopurchasewill do well t:: rjive
as a call. AU otder throojchltie Post Office prorni-tiy- at
tended to. Offices and Yards on C-fcP K. R Pier aud at
C It P. R R- Machine Shop. Lnkestreet.
sent john hats k eo.
1 8 5 8 .
I. C. PENDLETON ef CO.,
Tl?ALEItS IN LEHIGH, LACK-
J awaaa. Brier Rill, Chippewa, Tsllmadf and New
Office If e. I Oviatt's Excharca, Yard foot Superior Street.
'VTEWBERRY LUMP COAL. This
-LV, superior article of BITUMINOUS COAL, which is
particularly adapted to domestic purposes, aa well as for
steam and smith aaa.eaa be had of the anderaurncd Agents
Orders for city rtferelrnt-Bd'e srUlbeeTecnted with dis
patch, and Oal delivered at any part of the city of aqoalitt
which wlli not fall to pleas., if left at either of our omcaa,
orattheatoraof Oaylordat Hammond. No. 30Supenor-et.
SCO V ILL k WHEELER,
oott Ho.il Riyer street and C. fc P. CoaiPtar.
CITY & NEWS ITEMS
WEDNESDAY MOKMNCi, DEC. 22, 1S5S.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING.
iy" Plain and Ornamental Printin?ol every descritiiia
dono at the Pnnttng Establishment of the Leader Office,
on the latest inipr Ted and moat rapid steam presses, in the
best style, ou short notice, and at reasonable ratea. Par
ticular attention paid to blank work. Every description
of Binding done, especially Blank Bjoks. Ledgers, Journ
als Salea Books, HeceiTlnr Books, fcc lie.
One Important branch of business carried on in
Cleveland is that of the manufacture of A'.e. There
are in the city some half dozen breweries, most of
tbcm doing, a large business. It is demonstrated
that Cleveland is an excellent location for the pur
chase of barley, as well as for the sale of its pro
duct. Both ale and beer are shipped in all direc
tions, and the oiders from abroad keep pace with
the increased manufacture. The prices are low
enough to compete with the best breweries of the
East, and their qualities are said to be unsurpassed
A responsible Company have a building for a brew
ery under cover in the southern part of the city'
which will be in operation soon.
A large addition to the brewery of Mr. C. C. Ro
gers has lately been completed. It is located on
the canal, near the foot of Seneca street, where
Mr. K. commenced, in a small way, and has carried
on business for the past nineteen years. The size
of this new building is forty by sitty feet, and three
stories high. It has a stone basement, the founda
tions of which extend seven feet below the surface
of the ground, and are five feet in thickness. The
basement is of cut stone, so that if the projected
cutting down t f the street is ever effected, the looks
of the building will be improved. The water used
is brought from a cluster of tprings a short dis
tance, and is of the utmost purity. Mr. Rogers is
engaged mostly iu the manufacture of stock ale,
which he sells at one and two years of age. The
reputation of Mr. Rogers' old ale is such that he
finds it difficult to supply the demand. He runs
about twenty five barrels per day. It is his inten.
tion, we believe, to make another extensive addi
tion to his building the coming season.
Ohio Editors' and Publishers' Association.
SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING.
The Sixth Annual Meelinir of the Ohio Editors
and Publishers' Association, in accordance with a
Kesolution adopted at the last meetine. will be
held at Dayton on Wednesday, January 19th,
The public exercises consist of an
Oration Bv Georire Weaver. Editor of the
Poem By James Dumars. Editor of the Maho
Addresses on Methods and Advantages of Ad
vertisingBy R. Brinkerhoef, Editor of the Mans
A. W. Fairbanks. Publisher of the Cleveland
Herald, will present a Report on Advertising
Prices, and other business of interest and impor
tance will be bronght before the Convention.
Chairman r.x. Committee John Greiner. Edi
tor of the Columbus Uazelte.
President JosiaU Rilev. Editor of the Toledo
Secretary C. F. Brown. Editor of the ClMvland
Plain Dealer. Col. Jour.
Post Office TiEing. The tiling for the New
Post Office floor arrived Monday night from Liver
pool, via New Yotk. It was ordered by Mr. War
ner a long time ago, and was in store at Liverpool
on the 4th of September ready for snipmeui, u
the. tiu1 it v.. a i.a mnt in th p Jane Parker,
waitcdlor the balance of her cargo ucai iy a utuuui.
After leaving Liverpool the vessel was fifty-two
days in making the passage to New York, and it
was feared she had gone to the bottom. Having at
last arrived at New York on the 1st of December,
the tiling was not nnloadened until the 14th, when,
if it had taken the usual course through the Cus
tom House it might have lain there six weeks more,
but Mr. Wamer having a special agent attending
to its shipment was enabled to have it sent without
delay. There are twenty hogsheads of this tiling,
containing half a ton each. It is what is called the
Holland and Mintnm Tiling, from Staffordshire,
about one hundred and twenty miles from Liver
pool. It is the same ware as the English iron-stone
crockery. It is in octagonal pieces, which being
of different colors will make a very handsome floor
ing. Its cost here is about thirty-five cents per
foot The work of laying it was commenced yes
The Post Office will be ready for use on the 1st of
January, which will be six months earlier than the
New England Festival The gathering of
the friends of New England, and the descendants
of that goodly laid, at the Weddell to-night, will
be one of unsurpassed interest and enthusiasm.
It is meet that we should so celebrate the birthday
of New England that day npon which the foun
dation for our schools ami colleges, our civil and
religious liberty, was laid. The Festival will be
one worthy the occasion Speeches, short and
pointed, will be made by true sons of Yankees, and
to add to the entertainment, Ossian E. Dodge, a
Boston boy, and Win. B. Hall, late of the Conti
nentals, will sing some pleasant songs of the "good
old days of yore." From beginning to end, it will,
we believe, be one of the pleasantest parties ever
collected in Cleveland. The people of Cleveland
and the Western Reserve will not be outdone by
those of other localities. Our Festival will be the
one of all others.
Thanks. We are requested by the Managers of
the Cleveland Orphan Asylum, to tender their
hearty acknowledgement of the generosity of the
Peak Family in furnishing a free entertainment to
the children from tiat institution on Saturday last
also their kind thanks to Mr. Stevens, for tue gra
tuitous nse of his omnibnssesin carrying the child
ren to and from the Melodeon. A sight of the de
lighted countenances of the children as they listen
ed to the music wonld have convinced any one
that it was indeed "more blessed to give than to
Island House, Toledo. The Island House is
the pleasant name of the Hotel kept in connection
with the eating house in the depot of the Southern,
Michigan k Toledo Railroads in Toledo. This
House is one of the most comfortable places for a
weary and dusty traveler to refresh himself, which
will be found in many a day 's ride. In proof of this
it is only neeessary to state that it is kept by that
unrivalled Landlord, R P. Angler, formerly of
the Angier House.. 'Each train passing through
Toledo, stops half an hour to enable the passen
gers to do justice to the sumptuous tables spread at
the Island House.
Bailioad Ball. The Railroad Ball to be held
at Norwalk on Friday evening next, promises to be
a splendid affair. J. A. Jackman, Esq., will offici
ate as Master of Ceremonies, and, assisted by able
managers, will see that nothing is wanting to con
tribute to the enjoyment of the time. Stanbury's
Union Band of Toledo is engaged for the occasion,
and the dancers will need no "switch" to bring
them "on time." All aboard.
Thanes. The children of the Industrial School
return their hearty thanks to the Cleveland Light
Artillery Co. B, Capt. Mack for the donation of
twenty-four loaves of bread and nearly a bushel of
Sausages. Such broadsides always do good execution.
R WATERTON, Sup't.
Vlf Dr. Lyon's Office is removed from 85
Water street to No. 97 St. Clair street.
For the Leader.
BY GEO. W. CROWELL.
We eat in the dying light
Which faded mid the gloom.
As it crept in silence through
That quaint, aud ancient room.
And the fire, it rose and fell
With strangely blended glow,
As the curtains swaying moved,
Soft rustling, faint and low.
With the world of life without,
The world of care within.
Seemed fading like the light
In shadows taint and dim.
We thought of years that had passed.
Like waves Ihey seemed to be
Which roll from the shores of Time.,
Into the eternal sea.
Aud they bear the hopes of youth,
A freight o' joy, and paiu.
As ships iu the distance fade,
But ne'er come back again.
We thought as our paths had now
Together seemed to blend,
Where perchance again they'd meet,
And where at last would end.
We gazed through the deepeniug gloom
With longings undefined,
While oar lips refused to speak
The voices of the mind.
Yet we clasped each others hands.
And breathed an earnest prayer.
That our hearts might still be strong.
Oar skies might yet be fair.
And we parted with the niyht
A9 rosy morning came,
But my soul felt not the light,
Nor ever shall again.
The Happy Results of a Maiden's Firmness.
In the neighborhood of Liverpool there are
many pretty villages, quiet, unobtrusive places,
with a charming rural aspect, nowhere else in
the world to be seen but in England. In such
charming retreats the more charming because
they derive some prosperity from their continui
ty to the great sea-port there is generally to
lie fonnd a class of person s, who, to limited
agricultural pursuits, unite the business of a
tradesman. Of this class was Mr. Lee, a wor
thy, and to nse the familiar phrase, a "well-to-do"
man. lie had married late in life, and at a
somewhat advanced age had been left a widow
er with an only child, a daughter, and accord
ing to the unanimous testimony of the male por
tion of the community amongst whom she
dwelt, the "pride of the village."
Ainiio l.ee well deserved tins title, for she
was not only beautiful in person, but amiable
in disposition, and for a young girl in her sta
tion of life, exceedingly well educated. We
will not specify the particular village, but we
will attempt to describe sweet Annie Lee. She
belonged to that class of girls who, in personal
appearance are decidedly English. Ut the mid
dle he:ght of her sex, she possessed that poetic
indescribable grace which we associate with a
form whose modest pliancy and moderate full
ness at once impress us with the idea of a wo
man who has not very long passed out of the
sparkliDg buoyancy of sportive girlhood. An
nie was twenty, and her deportment had ac-
JirT of Tier JcSiTwlien tue euitrvatitm-A.ji
Siir, t... been neglected. Her face was ex
tremelv beautiful in outline, althouoh some ot
the features were not classically regular. The
rich lips when in repose were rather firmly
closed, and the chin was a little too large for
those cntics who look for perfection in every
feature. Uut the upper portion ot Annies
face, was unexceptionable. Her straight nose,
with slightly curved nostrils, above which
beamed the light of dark blue unfathomable
eyes, and all crowned by a delicately arched,
wmte loreneaa, on eacn side oi wi.icn reposed
thick bands of dark brown hair, together with
the blushing bloom of maiden health on her
cheeks, rendered the ensemble of her loveliness
delightfully attractive. Annie, however, had an
inward beauty which manifested itself in her
daily life. With the most exquisite tenderness
there was linked a moral courage an elevated
moral courage a sense of doty to herself and
others rarely to be found in young women upon
whom nature has lavished her favors, and who
are continually exposed to the incense of flat
tery and admiration.
As might have been expected, Annie Lee had
many lovers, but there was one in the throng
npon whom she had long ago bestowed her pref
erence. He belonged to the same village as
herself; and their pecuniary prospects were
about equal, with the difference that Frank Har
vey was already in possession of his patrimony,
his parents being both dead. The young man
rented on a long lease, a small, well-stocked
farm, and had at command several hundred
pounds in money; so that the match appeared a
It was evening of the market day in Liver
pool, and Annie was slowly returning from the
railway station, about a mile from the village -She
had gone there to meet her lover on his re
turn from market, but he had failed to keep his
appointment. His horse and cart had passed
through the village In the afternoon, and he
ought not to have been many hours after them.
As she wondered-at his non appearance, she was
troubled, and not a little vexed, for it was one of
the pleasures of their courtship, this tele a tete
homewards on fine market days. As she was
walking along, her pensive mood was disturbed
by an object before her. It was a man reeling
from one side of the road to the other. Annie
recognized in him the village tailor, a shocking
drunkard, and, with a sensation of loathing, she
flew past him. As she entered the village, she
observed his wife and three young children
standing at the wicket gate of their humble cot
tage, evidently waiting for bis coming. What a
coming ! Annie's heart sank as she kindly bade
the woman good night, and, when she had pro
ceeded some distance, she looked bck, and saw
the poor wife still looking "for the comino-.
Annie did not sleep soundly that night. An
anxious foreboding weighed upon her sense, and
when she did slumber, she saw in her dreams, a
pale, withered face at a wicket gate, looking
down the road, through scalding, biindiog tears,
for some one coming.
In the morning, Harvey called and found
Annie in the shop, serving some customers.
She returned bis cheerful salutation with that
reserve customary with young ladies, when ad
dressed by their lovers in the presence of others;
but when they were alone, she reproached him
for his neglect on the previous evening. Har
vey, with a slight blush, said he had missed the
"Ton must have missed two," said Annie
"Only one; in fact, I was detained by busi
ness beyond my usual time," was the hurried
reply. What broad shoulders that same "busi
ness" must have to bear the enormous load that
is placed npon them.
Annie looked her dissatisfaction aa her father
emerged from the little parlor behind the shop,
and in a hearty English way, invited Harvey
insiJe. The old man loved to bear all he could
about the market he had ceased to attend, and
what was stirring in Liverpool,
Harvey, for a man, was an excellent match
for Annie in appearance. He was stall, manly,
good-looking fellow, of abont four and twenty,
with a slight dash of rusticity in his manners,
and that rather enhanced bis tonhommie. His
features were regular and shone with rude
health, while bis dark eyes and black, curly hair
caused many a pretty maid to wish she had
such a "beau."
Forgiveness for bis first transgression was not
hard to obtain; but, as the summer months wore
on, it was so often repeated,that the once delight
ful meeting at the railway station was at length
wholly relinquished. That coupled with other
matters, of grave importance to the tranquility
of Annie's pure bosom, eansed her to feel very
angry with Harvey, and she expostulated with
bim on his conduct, in warm and severe terms.
In truth, she had ot late begun to observe him
very narrowly. He was frequently incoherent
in his language, very remiss in his engagements,
even with herself, and sometimes absented him
self from bis farm for whole days and nichta
Rumors also came to the shop, that he had been
seen returning home on horseback in a very un
safe condition, and that, occasionally there were
revelries at the farm, until an advanced hour in
Filled with intense alarm for Annie loved
him with sn entire devotedness she strove by
every winning and persuasive way in her pow
er to ieaa mm Dacic to nis lormer sell. : Instinc
tively she perceived the black, yawning gulf to
which he was rapidly hastening. Her heart
lejped to keep bim from the horrid brink.
"Dear Frank," she would say, "you are not
ine same you used to be. x our face is paler,
and in the morning you are fluttereJ. You
know we women are quick in detecting changes
in those for whom we hive any regard."
"I am not changed," he would carelessly re
ply. " Wh it makes you think so !"
Annie shook her head, and intimated a good
deal that made her think so. At length, irrita
ted beyond endurance, she openly accused hiin
of being addicted to intemperance. This brought
the blush of shame to his brow; but instead of
bringing contrition to his heart, he wilfully mis
appreciated her motives.
"I am not to be schooled before marriage
time enough after," he said with asperity.
" Time enough certainly," replied Aunie,
calmly, "that is, when you are married."
This somewhat stuggered the reckless young
man, and he asked. " Is not our wedding day
fixed for New Year's day next !"
"It tnu,"said Annie, "but I have altered my
mind, and shall speak to father about it."
Harvey bad been driuking that morning, and
was not in a fit condition to either talk or listen to
reason, and, as usual with such men, he flew
into a passion, and charued Annie with loviuo-
" I do not love another," said Annie, with
some scorn in her manner, " but I will never
marry a drunkard."
Harvey regarded her with some amazement
for a few seconds, and then bursting into a coarse
laugh, uttered some maudlin nonsense and tried
to take her hand, but Annie firmly repulsed
him, and left him to his own unpleasant medita
tions. ' Pshaw !" he muttered to himself; " she'll
soon come to. Besides, I only take a class in
Thus deluding himself, he went on his wav.
daily becoming less able to resist the dreadful.
dreadful habit that was coiling around him in
folds as strong as those of the boa constrictor.
Annie prayed, entreated, held up to him ex
amples, warnings; and finding all of no avail, to
her father's surprise, but not regret, she caused
the marriage to be postponed indefinitely. The
natural purity of her nature revolted at the idea
of marrying a man who had so far forgotten
himself. It must be admitted that the never-to-be-forgotten
pale face at the wicket-eate. seen
in the twilight, very much influenced her de
termination. ' Have you and Frank Quarreled ': innuired
' No that is, not much : but he keemt too
much company, and I am afraid " Annie
did not complete the sentence. She still loved
the erring young man, and would not degrade
him in her parent's eyes. -
Harvey, with all love's eloquence, pleaded for
reversal of the sentence ; he promised con
formity to all her wishes, even to taking a
Annie, though her heart beat violently, was
" Why, we may all be dead in that time!" he
exclaimed. " Besides, isn't it better to sow my
wild oats before marriage than after !"
Annie hr,d been a great reader, so she indig
nantly replied " Wild oats, indeed ! And do
yon expect me to take for a husband, a man
who has been soiled in all kinds of mire? You
might as well aek me to live in a house with
out roof or windows. Harvey, you are much
mistaken 11 you think 1 will give my band ti a
man who has not been able to control himself.
And, as to wild oats, I plainly tell you, Frank,
that, simple country girl as I am, I know that
if a man sows wild oats before marriage, he is
pretty sure to have an abundant crop of tbem
[To be continued.]
Real Estate Agency.
ULAL tSTATE OFFICE.
O.liWATES STEKXT, (LATE C.A. (SAO CO.'s 1AX.)
T ANDS IN IOWA, WISCONSIN,
XJ Michigan aud Illinois. frsale from $2,bQ to $10.Npe
acre forcahamlon lonrcredits. AlsoCUy property Farm
and LatulftinOiiioforsal andexchance. LonuM eerotta
and Land WrratfclrwM.td lutbe West. arlB.
km; u a vim; and lithograph inu
BRAINARD & BURRIDGE, WOOD
KSUKAVKRS AND L1IHOGRAPHKHS Bank
treat. Cleveland. O.
Best. Freeman & Co.,
AVE OPENED THIS DAY-A
VERY LARGE and
Magnificent Stock of Cloaks!
Makinc our present artment the lareeat and swat invit
ing of any ever ottered in this city, sonsisting of
Over Two Hundred and Fifty Garments,
Aud includine manv novelties, in tbu line, which are su
rely new among them, a
VERY BEAUTIFUL 10CK..I..O CLOAK,
To which we invite attention. Also, some very pretty Gar
ment for Children and Mik.-. Thuso Good we are
SELLING LESS THAN ANT OTHER HOUSE la the
TTitde and can aifjrd to.
Alio a large variety of
Rich Lyons Cloaking Velvets,
Purchased last July at 25 per cent, lev" than cost of
tation, and can give an adv intake ot $ 50 to S'i.f'O p r yard
to all who want; and will aUo furnish Patterns of our
choicest Clonk.:, tree, to whoever buys ine materutl U u.
BLACK & BROWN BEATERS FOR CLOAKS
At 217 Superior Street-
Jlobes de Chambre.
I. BALDWIN k CO. ARE NOW
OP KM NO
ELEGAXT DRESSING ROBES,
And Patterns Her the same;
Rich Printed Flannels,
Siich Printed Velvets,
Splendid Valencia Patterns,
Splendid Wool Delaine,
Cashmere and Delaines,
Robes a Les,
Tarkev Red and Oil Prints,
Twilled Vrencb Print",
-4 French Merinos,
For sals by the pattern, or made to order In any reraired
style. declO I. BALDWIN It CO.
OVERCOATING! Black, lirown.
Blue and Drab Beaver Cloths, open this morning
Gentlemen wishing- tn parchese Overoata, will Had it
ma' hto tneir advantage, tn parchasins; Cloths and Xnm
mine of us. instead ot bnyinc ready-made carmen'-.
novl TAYLOR. GRl'WOLD ft CO
LADIES' WORSTED HOODS AT
WHOLESALE. ! AA Doc. now in Store, and none
coriAin;, and we can selllbeia at very low prices. Ffl
eciu MUttUAPi kuui a
Hats, Caps & Furs.
Iu the prit-es ot
H O L I D A YS,
Wi. -JOO Soo-rir Street.
tW N..w i tbe time In buy a HANDSOME PRESENT
Fur! Furs! Furs!
JMOE1D! I S.
TJECEIVED THIS MORNING, Per
' wUKtwUeM WMW.-W; U
American Sable, Fitch and Martin
AUo, an elegant assurtniant ot
LADIES' FUR GLOVES,
GEN TS' FDR GLOVES
CAPS AND MUFFLERS,
dca:aiU B. BUTTSiliSSipenor.it
E. Mair & Co..
ECEIYED BY EXPRESS.
HUDSON BAY SABLE,
AJMEK1CA.N SABLE, and
til b. u as,
Ejprt-!y frUa Holnlaja. Call and Intra sat'cheanol
Received this day at
No. !23 Supenor st.
FURS ! FURS ! A new lot of
AMRKICAN KABLLfi AND FITCH I
FURS Ludiea loul'm f..r ! nr. w e
ruiStWill dud it totheir advantar to call
. . PADDOCKS.
tjn their way home. deel Superior St.
HAVE ARRIVED THIS r
MORNING, by Express-another large f
assortment of k. J
t an.va riTDa JMiMirniP
Ladies should call saw, while our assortment is complete.
dec! v STAIR a- rn
MVh hb. Those Muffs have
come. Ladies woo have been waiting ', - 3
for tn em can now be suppl led. fc - 2. J
a.. hlAiK e: CO. -
HATS, CAPS, r LIS, ic.
T. S. PADDOCK.
for a Lileral Patron-
1 a e durin? the last fifteen Tear, is hann tn innnnikm
tli at he hasatrain become a candidate for public patronage.
auu m.ij iw uuuu tu a superior sireei, next aoor to
Best It Freeman's, where he is receivinc a full and decant
HATS, CAP3, FURS,
Swans Down and Fur Trimirjinga,
iiuilalo and fancy Kobes,
Ladies' and Gent's Fur Gloves,
na m-x . J. DUirrnr.t.l.AS. ami m CI y Kitten
usually kepi im the best j'uiiiauable Retail J,tahb:h
ments It is hit design to deal for Cash alone, and 1 will sell at
price which will make it an object for the citixeus and
public to give me their tiade.
Hats and Caps made and repaired to order.
Particular attention paid to Repairing Ladies' Fur.
oc30 T. S. PADDOCK
S E W
FULLER & CO.,
No. 25 Water Street, Cleveland, Ohio
HAVE THIS DAT '
Winch will b. theu
Last Opening of Fnrs
THE PRESENT SEASON.
ITIIKY MUST BE SOLD
January 1st, 1859.
CALL AND SEE' THEM.
FULLER 4 CO.,
dec?, At X. 8 Water Street
FURS, BUFFALO BOBKS.te.f-
IV. Dockstader Sc Co.,
(Old No. 19 )
SUPERIOR STREET, New No. Ill,
A RE NOW UN RECEIPT . heir
IL full stock oi
La flies' and Misses' Fnrs.
) ine laiest sou ncnoai njitra, hi vrwrf twiwt raioii
factured ex press I v for na, by the best manufacturers m
NaaT Vnrk. rfinaial mar of
Mantelet, Mantillas, Capes, Cuffs k Xafu;
A great variety oi MiseV Furs, of all k tin's; Ladies' Fa
Huts and Glove. Overshes and F.mt Ttlitts.
Also Cloth. Fur. Ptash Silk. Oiazd. and everr at
varwiy ot uenis, xooug meu s, ana inin ren a
HATS AND CAPS.
Flnsh am) Fur MunVr. Glovea and Mitts, ef Fur. Cloth
and HucJUJtuu oi aa tue styles luaiarKet.
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags. Canes, &c.
500 Buffalo Robes,
Bv the bale or untie, bvether with fine FANCY ROBES
All of which willbe sold as lew as sin be paicbasait ut
aur house in the city.
1" Aa examination of out stock is rvepectfullr c-
T OSS OF TEETH. A new and ele-
1 J rant Improvement eonaerted with Dental tiurgry
has been invented. It is the nroduction of an entirety new
deccriptkouof Artificial Teeth. Tbtry so perfectly resemble
nature as to escape delect urn. persons requiring Artificial
Teeth, a so those wearing; them, are invited to uU and ex
amine this beautiful meihod. They are tree from any gal
Tamr actios, perfectly inert, and always pore.
gjjf-A uil Crt'i, I rum ieu uouars ami upwarus.
fir Children's Teeth regulated dunug the first and see
id dentition. .
r5- Pain 1ms Method of Cnrfnr Tooth Ache, and Derued
Teeth, without extracting; the Tooth, or causing any j aiu.
HALL1WELL A DANltLS, Deutuis.
Rooms ever Churchill's Drug Store,
novu acam amw rnoiic aqnart.
R. B. F. ROBINSON HAS RE-
moved his Dental Oft.ee to hta residence. No as
W.md st . four door North of the M. B. Church, where ha
will ba hauDV tesee all it his former natroaa. tr am at-it
ers who may need his services.
Cleveland, niarc. ate. mm imaau .
yOOLEN LONG SHAWLS
" REDUCED PRICES.
Hmue a nrf laige stuck Wine abort (oode fur
Ladies, Gens, Miaacsj aaa Baya
I anal! aell ihtaa VERY CHEAP duruc the nreautt
IV. W AH REN,
de3v Sutiur at ,eur. Seneca:
EMBROIDERY AT REDUCED
The Entire Stock marked down.
decs, Superiot at.. cur. Seueca.
BirEirs a o ons
EW STYLES DELAINES,
ELEGA.NT KjBK A LAYS.
PRl.MKD CtSHM ERES.
a'KEM H PKINTS.
I'lUUKED BLACK SILKS.
B 1N.NET RIBBONS,
Ct lUNTLhr N ES
Together wilh a J. b lot of MUSLiN and CAMUK1C
Sa. r, at uu nali tit. nuai nce.
decls H D. KENDALL k CO.
December 4th, '1858.
TE HAVE, THIS DAY, received
' a GREAT VARIETY of
KEW STYLES MOUSELIJi DELAI3TE3.
FIVE CAiti PRINTS.
10 DOZ. LADIEy WOfiSi'KD GOODS.
50 DOZ. LADIES' GLO VEs a GAUNTLETS.
A LARGE STOCK OF SHAWLS.
A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF LADIES' CLOAKS.
A Kueral aaaorl nient of LADIES' DRESS GOODS.
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, MILLINERY GOODS. c
All of waira we will sell at vsbt low miices.
dec6 MORGAN A BOOT.
RETTBERG & HAUSMAN'S,
IS NOW OPEN.
THOSE WISHING TO GET PRES
ENTS for the HOLIDAYS. anUnnd tbia searalucei
Tanetr to ae:ect lr.m turn heleloj'ure. Our stock at
Willow Ha keta.
' Wntmr Desks.
Faury Hair Pins,
Toysand Fancy Goods,
Generaur, ia the laigest and cheapest in til. city. Coane
and aur beibr. the crowd is loozrcat.
da RSTTBFRO t HACMANN
SBORN & VINCENT'S new PAT-
SafvT SKIRT, seventeen springs, made without aew
novi TAVLjK, GRlbWOLO A CO.
CHEAP DRY GOODS!
BiRGATNS IN MERINOS !
Bargains in Cobun,
Bargain in Alpaccxx,
Bargain in M. Delaines,
Bargain in Silks,
Bargains in Velvets,
B rK&im ia Prims,
, , Bargains ia OiugAttma,
And all kinds of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Can he found at MORGAN BOOT'S.
RENTS' HANDKKKCHIEFS. The
wst ones are all gone, hut we have a lot in store of
White Linen HaitdKer-htt-f for (Jnte at loi centseach
Also LAOILS' UANOKKKCHlLFS, oi our own un
portatien, ai one shilling, the best in the tntv
rkt'ltl G UVU l X a. rrfc
SCHAWLS ! SHAWLS !-We hWthia
k.J da received l.r. .UitklB i. . k . .
Jtroco, Loaf and Square Shawla.
Rearj Bar Stat, Shawla.
Hiasea' Lonr and Square Shawls.
AU of which can t, bouoct vert cheat, at
decld MORCJAN k ROOT'S.
JpOR MISSES' WEAR7
SMALL FIGURED WOOL DELAINES
rs-xwn&jy aatre-un UP.I.AIHKS.
FOR MISSES' WEAR,
TAYLOR, GRISWOLD & CO
Taylor, Gristcold f Co.,
Superior Street, First Store above Sank,
ARE PREPARED to offer to the
Trade, or at Retail, n large and well selecteU
STAPLE AND FANCY
Comprising in part aa an usual variety of
SEW STILE DRESS GOilDS.
In tbia Department ntay.hej na4
PRINTED COTELINES, (Riatori'sJ
JBBOI5 DE BOLOGNE POPLINS.
RICH NEW STYLES M. DELAINES
ROBES AQUILLE. and
RICH CHINTZ ROBES,
All of thai
AND NEWEST DESIGNS
PLAID WOOLEN SHAWLS-all styles;
B ROCHE SQAURE AND LONG SHAWLS,
CIRCULAR STELLA SHAWLS.
STRIPED B ROCHE SHAWLS,
PRINTED SILK SHAWLS,
ZEPHYR KNIT SHAWLS.
DOMESTIC liOODS A) FLANNELS.
BLEACHED AND B..OWN SHEETINGS
APRON CHECKS ks.
Our elegant Stork of
la now open to inspection at oer Sales Rooms, c am st
SUPERIOR OIL CLOTHS,
COCOA NUT MATTINGS,
DOOR MATS, lr.
FllMSHIK GOODS CENTRALLV.
PIANO CO VERS.s
LINEN TABLE in VERS
HLGS. t, . i..
A splendid aaaortment of
HOSIERY k GLOVES,
DRESS TR1MMING.4. '.
..... CLOTHS, ac., ke.
BLonfexperieoce in the Trad., and al.nndant facilities fo
busing Goods t the beat adTantate. will warrant na to saw
snr, our easterners that are can onar them inducement.
8ECOND TO NO HOUSE WEST OF NEW YORK.
Wa the'efort retpectiullj- invite the Ladieaof Clevelaad
and eoaetrr. Milliners, Cawarr Mwehanta,and all Oarers
of Goeda in our hue, to call and. examine oor atcE and
,c- .arSI aa a,
oc7 dawesaiie finperiorSt ,aiat Store abote Caik