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Comptroller of the Treasury
Tae only names we hivs yet seen
far nomination for thi aew offiseay theDeffl
wrtui Bute Convention uc Col. Mwirpnny
i i tt p;u of Coluatbos. Col- M- has
declined the honor. -- -- -.
On the Eepublicui siikv Judge "Wnv B
Thrall, of Culumbus, is named; and search the
State over we do not Wtf-ve a more worthy
mm, or faithful, competent fficer, could be
f,,d JodwThxaUhaeaeeepted the pro tern
appointment, and will entrt npoa hi official
duties, which are quite important under the
law creating the office, on the 4U or .ely
The aalary is Cied by law at t!8Q0 a year.
The August Kansas Election
Got. Denver has issued his proclamaUjn ap
pointing Monday, the J sf August, for the elec
tor! of Kanaaa to vote " ProposiUsB accepted,"
or Proposition rejected." ;
Tlie She-ins of the several eoonties, or their
deputies, are required to attend at the places of
vjting for the purpose of preserviDf; peace and
,r l..r and TOters can only Tola in tne
comities in which they reside. They most also
bare resided in the Territory six months pre
vious to the election. -
The tlireajodges appointed in each precinct
-,reU open the polls at 8 A- M. and close them
,i ..m-duwa : tfcey are to soak, out triplicate
reurns, twotoaessak-i Bp and transmitted to
h, nrobite iodifesof the so-taty within nv
djys, "bo shall. within ten days, forward one
' t i j same to the Governor at Leeompton,
.ad the other to C. W. Babcoek, Pidt of
the Council at Lawrei:!,
and the third shall be
retriued by the judges of the ejection-
Enforcing the And-Liquor Law
lluroa is following the example of the other
Roserve Counties except Cuyahoga nd vig
orously enforcing th aaluUry provisions of
the law to prevent the arils resulting from the
sale of ipirituoue liquora. At the Cjurt of
Common Pleas just closed at Korwalk, the
Grand Jury returned some thirty indictments.
nd the foUowing persons were convicted and
sentenced for violation of the liquor Jaw, a we
. ieirn by the RrjUctor :
George White, fined 120 and costs, sent to
jail 15 davs : Frederick Smith, fined $S5 nJ
osts, jail 20 days; Edgar Hunt and Jacob
Reamer fined $25 acd costs and sent to jail JO
days each ; John F. Jones fined f 30 and costs
.nd sent to iail IS days; and William Adams
fined 20 and costs, and sent to jail 10 days.
Outrage Murder at Columbus
At a German pic-nie held in a grove near
Columbus on Sunday, a difficulty occurred be
tween Vaelker and Siebold, in which the latter
was beaten. Siebold, rode to town and on his
way back with three companions aimed with
butcher knives, they met Henry Korreli, George
Hochstctter and wife, and one or two other
persons walking quietly home. Two of the
men sprung out of the wagon armed with the
kuives. Siebold ran at Koi rell, who attempted
to escape by climbing the fence. He was
stibUed by Siebold in the side, and soon dud.
An aUa;k was made on Hochstettee, who rn
'ecivrd several severe wounds, and the wife in
attempting to aid her husband, got two or three
aevereeuta. The man and wife will probably
recover. Sibel, FrortUbcrgh. Fouik, and Gin
ter were arrested for the murder, and committed
to jiil. The "bloody Sunday affair created
More Bogus Lottery Letters.
In the List of Letters remaining in the Post
Office, June 19th, 1939, advertised in the Pw
Daler of that date, are " Moms k Co. 49;
Murray A Co. 13; Worth Co. 1 II."
S . W. GRAY. P. M.
California Crimes and Casualties.
Th fortnight endinz June 5th, iurnished a
Jrighlful record of fires, lynching, homicidea.
-nd fatal accidents. The town at. nnojea
was burned on the 3d. Supposed loss not less
than $250,000. The great fire at Nevada City
on the 22d ult., destroyed nearly all the wooden
buildings in the bosineas part of the town. To
tal loss estimated at $2?5,000. Many of the
buildings were small, and in a list of 175 suffer
er only XI exceed the sum oi $3000. On the
30th ult eight wooden buildings were burned
in San Franeisas. Loss $25,000.
Mrs. Deth, a young white woman holding a
respeetable position in society in San Francisco
gave birth to a mulatto child. Mr. D. shot the
negro father in the arm. The negro was pot ia
jail, and afterwards taken out and hanged by n
snob. Mr. Anderson, one of a gang of horse
thieves, was banged by lynch law in Mariposa
County on the S3 th ult. One of the murderers
of Jack Gilkey.a young American, has been
caught and hanged by the mob. John Cowen
nnd John Hart, who followed the business of
robbing Chinamen in Mariposa County have
been shot down Cowen dead and Hart badly
wounded. Gov. Welter has published a list of
155 escaped convicts from State Prison who
tare never been re-espUreJ. He offers n re
ward of $50 for each. Mrs. P. G. Fox waa
crushed to death in bar cabin in Sierra County,
by the rolling of n very large pine log upon it
from the mountain. Several eattle stealing In-
, dians have been killed by the whits settlers of
Tehama County. Five miners were killed in n
tunnel near Shaw s Flat on the 23d ult They
were overwhelmed by a sudden rush of water
when 800 feet in the tunnel, and were Corniah
rnen. S. W. Palmer was crushed in s tunnel
near San Juan on the 15th ult. J. F. Willson
at Woolsey's Flat by the fall of n bank oi earth
on the 17th ult- .Mr. Locksley was killed by a
grisly bear in Tehama on 39th ult Peter
Decker was murdered in San Francisco. June
4th. Thomas Buck at Murphy's Camp on the
31st ult.. Mr. Gartxerm Trinity County on the
S7th ult. Three white men and two squaws
- srers recently killed by the Indians in Trinity
county. George Tims shot himself in Colum
bia so the I2d uH.
Soch is the California record, in brief, of a
tingle fortnight. Great eauntry on the Pacific
Deit or P. P. Hcia. Mr. Patrick P. Hull,
formerly of Richland eewnty, Ohio, died at
Marysvilie, California, on the Slat of May
Mr. Hull was one of the proprietors of the San
Francisco Commercial Advertiser in 1853, and
then became somewhat noted by marrying the
notorious Lola Mmtex. Hs was subsequently
divorced. i '
njToortccn of the wounded on the steamer
Pennsylvania, left at Memphis, have died.
There were still at the Exchange Building in
Ami eirv thirtv certons wider treatment, of
whom eight or ten were very low and their re
covery considered doubtful. . - - - -. ". h
Aansiair Will. The auger ha? reached a
depth of 1650 feet, and it is stiE gomf sown,
helow at the rate of frosntwelvs tsvtsen
The Transit—Central American
The Transit—Central American Diplomacy
The latest war breexe has blown otct. The
Kiearagna imbrogUo is settled. Jnoas. irniy
ha. bwa headed off by Com. Yanderbilt- The
Utter has secured to fai-asetf the monopoly of
the Transit Route for a term of ten years- A
contract aeeures its re-opening within ninety
days, and its maintenance thereafter. Tte mo
nopoly which has unreasonably run np ue lare
between Kew iota ana osn rau-
feel the effect of competition, and if well
managed, the Transit Route wilt mcdbw an.
-,m,Ur doe. The Belly contract which ao
r-r - . -
lJ such Tcnerables a IMJcaanaa sss
turns out a mere farce Mona. B. being equally
sold with President B.
Ttui Tuua mm the following interesting
account of the personal Treaty Com. Vanderbilt
has made wilh Kiearagua, which it aays may
be iniuikitlv relied on. The old Coamodore
nra to have been as anoeeasful with the
Nicannuaas as CJ. Kane with the Mormons.
It seems that the concession of the Kiearagua
Transit by the Government of that Republic to
Coancuua VaKBLbu-t, Honacn F. Cuaaa, and
tueir aasoeiatea, must be regarueu um
About two weeks ago there came passengers
in the i'ar otkt Wat the famous Wiimt,
VaaosaaiLT s Agent, and Mr. Getsll, a eo
partner of one of the members of the Nicara
guan Assembly, and a Urge and influential
property-holder in the oounlry. Wkstee had
all the transit documents in his ptcket, and it u
raid that no one waa more aurpnaed at nis suc
cess tnan Hie innwuvn
The nrincipal document la me oeea oi cw
cession itaeii " mj j
which grants to Cornelius V anaeroiu, noraco
y Clark, and their aasoeiatea, the explosive
right of convey ing passengers
mm of Kiearagua by the Lake Kiearagua and
the- River aan Juan, It ia very eimilxr in form
to those transit grants mads on previous oeca
aiona by the various Governments of the Be
public A supplementary document to this conces
sion, called " The Act of Incorporation," is of
great importance. It incorporates the grantees
in a perpetual company, with power to create
and iaiue stock, and transfer or seji he sarpe.
It rxtmuu them and their property from all
taxation and liownment dues, and places them
on the tooting of citixeuship, w&h the right to
sua and defend in all the Courts of the fepub
l.e It further sites them the right to elect a
p and Directors, and to make such by
Uwa.rule. snd regUl may be necery
for tlie internal management of tue C-ompariJ a
Tiieae important documents were brought on
by Webster, and took the Commodore quite by
surprise, for, like most other people, he began
to think that the mission of his ajent was
ratier a hopeless affair. He kept his intentions
eloxe and planned a grand pouf (f'aiai.
Matters were speedily axnnged. The ape
ci nastined for Kiearagua was boxed; the ne
cessary papers wen made out, and all arrange
ments for the final consummation ajjd settle
ment of the Transit question were com
fleted. In order to avoid suspicion, Webster and D.
B Allen, son-in-law ol Vaodarbilt, accompanied
by the spec e, went on board the Kew Orleans
steamer Philadelphia, which sailed from this
port on Tuesday, Jane 10. Jsy vum means
Webster ana Alien got on wuuuw i-
tise.' Tory wars to ne met as naTsns uj
special steamer, (the Grenada,) which the Com
madora had telegraphed to Kew Orleans for the
purpsss, and they would proceed thence direct
to San Juan.
The programme laid down by Vesre. Web
ster and Allen in Nicaragua is as follows t At
Greytowa they would take one of the small riv
er steamboats, and proceed up the river and
iraa the lake to Granada, and thence by mules
t Manamia. the capital. Tbey would there
pass toe necessary papers, aa
all tlie property lorjarriy ownco uy
sory Transit Company, pay war the specie, set
men to work on the line immediately on thejr
return to Greytown, where the Granada has
been ordered to wai their arrival, and bring
them back to Kew York.
The Calitirnia steamers, it is said, will touch
ttGreytosrn, while lbs Granada K lying there,
and until Webster and A'o have completed all
tikir mmiLilf mMitM.
Commodore Vanderbilt ha ate Mien in read
iness both on the Atlantis and facilie sides,
and it is confidently stated that the Kiearagua
transit will be reopened in tl e course of a cou
ole of months.
We believe that orders to Senor Yrissari from
his Government are on their way. if tbey have
not already arrived, directing him to rejogniae
the grant to Commodore Vanderbilt in all its
particulars. Senor I ntsan, a is runner siiuru
will soon be recalled.
The Old Dominion is (ailing back to barbarism
with steady step. The " peculiar institu
tion " ia doing its work upon Legislatures and
Courts. A proposition to drive out or tell free
persons of 'color into Slavery was seriously en
tertained by the last Legislature, and will pruba.
bly pass the next. The Court of Appeals of
Virginia has just pronounced a barbarous de
cision, which overrules all the former decisions
of the Virginia Courts, and runs directly coun
ter to the Christian sentiment of the world. It
has its parallel in barbaric governments alone,
and practically ft is the Dred Scott decision in
its broadest scope. L nder it the emancipated
colored person has no more legal rights than the
x and the ass of the plantation. The whole
cats and position .of tie Court of Appeals is
stated in the following paragraphs from the M
James L. Poindexter by his will gavs his
slaves " the chaise of being emancipated or sold
publicly." The Executor filed a bill m a Cir
cuit Court, asking the Court to construe the
will upon several points, but more especially
upon tne question whether the Emancipation
was absolute ; and if not absolute, but condi
tional, whether the slave, previous to their act
ual emancipation, had the legal capacity to
make the necessary election. The Judge of the
Court decided in Uvor of tns stares ; tnat n to
cay, that by the terms and operation of the will,
thrv were absolutely emancipated. From this
decision, the residuary legatees appealed to the
Supreme judicial tribunal of tne Mate, wnere
the decision of the Circuit was reversed
that Court holding that the emancipation under
the will was not absolute, but conditioned upon
noon a choice to be made by the slaves, which
e botes tbey were legally incapable of making.
They, therefore, receive E4 benebt from their
master's will, but become the property of his
The result is paraded by the Rishmond En
quirer and the Ezmmimtr with triumph little
short of eeitacy, though it might be supposed
that the defeat of a dead master's benevolent
designs toward bis slaves, by a legal technical
ity, could furnish h'gh-nunded men with slight
caase tor rejoicing. It was not, however, reach
ed without diflicuity. The Court, consisting of
four Judges, heard elaborate argummts in the
spring ot 1857, and were divided. In the fall,
a fifth Judge baring ben added, lbs case was
re-argued, and a decision reached, two of the
- Srtanex Ooccassscs at St. Louis. A
few days sines Mr. Joseph King, a book keeper
in the establishment of Henry Dean, waa dis
charged on account of his intemperate habits.
He took the nHir vary much to heart, and
having bought strychnine got a glass of lager
beer and went into the loft of the store of Mr.
Gilmaa where he mixed the strychnine with
the beer, drank off half of it, lay down and
went to sleep. Wishing to sum the tumbler,
Patrick Burks, the porter of lbs store, was
sent for it. Hs found King sleeping, and
drank the balance of the beer. He was imme
diately seised with gripinga. Sing soon be
gan to groan in agony, and the poison proved
fatal to both. ' v
PaoToexAra or McHxsxr. Mr. W. C.
Knsra has very sccarats whole plate Photo
graph of ths famous Townsead sras McHeary,
which may Wa seen at bis rooms. Artists ia
other cities or towns caa procure copies by en
closing $1.00 to Mr. 5.
Virginia Barbarism The Troubles Southern Kansas—Gov.
Denver's Visit of Pacification—State of
Matters at Fort Scott.
The Kansas eorrespondent the
Gtxttu accompanied Gov. Denver on h peace
r J I. k MB
mission to rort oco, -
did account of what was seen, rsud. and done.
Ths ssiaaioo was successful, and the corres
pondent thus states what each party admittea
ra.T -raw rao-sLaviav rasTT iwii.
The Pro Slavery men admitted that bad men
i k.J iFrm,ttMl outrages and crunaa . in
other parte of the Territory had come there for
protection and louuu it- a P"""" '5
L.-u ,k. n.med Gen. Clark, too nrarderer
of Barber, and nearly aU united in speaking of
him as a bad man. of very violent passions, w
.11 Free State men, continually plotting
against them. He was the brains for maraud
ing parties, which he dared not go out of the
town to head. ; .
The town is guarded by United States sol
diers, snd Gen. Clark never goes out of ths
ranee of their protection. He haa not been out
of town for months, and, it was said, would not
dare to stay in it if the troops were wituarawn.
TL. nmJillfferV BMD also admitted that Ham
t!.w.tx .iul McKav had made the town
their head quarters for marauding expeditions
on Free State men ; tnat iney uiuugiu m
horses and other property ; and that, though
lia nmnrtT W MM followed and proven by th
owners, it never could be recovered, but was
removed by the eonnivanca ana even bssuiuukk
of the citizens.
It is also admitted by them, th.t Ex-Got,
o., f Mieliu'sn. who holds ths position
under Mr Buchsnan of Kea elver of the Land
Office at Fort Scott, gives all the official coun
tenance he can to outrages committed by pro
slavery men. A few days before we arrived, a
prominent marauder declared publicly that there
uever would be petss until they had burned ev
er, fres State sabia on the Marias ds lCignes,
,n,i nronosed to organize a party to do it- Gov.
Ransom, who waa standing by, replied, Kow
you are talking sense."
It IS IKO auuHHCU vy some prwauwrj aavu
that Capt. Anderson, of the U. 8. Army, nssd
ths troops to protect and semetimes even to co
operate with these lawless bands. This is also
admitted by aereral officers of the army now
WHAT THE FREE STATE MEN ADMIT.
Montiromerv admiU that he has several men
in his band hare been sworn tq shoot General
Clark, and that they are lying in wait about Fort
ne gos tn tus company vj iup niuauaius ui
Pickles. His real nase ia Wrieht. He is a
maahinist by trade, came to Kanaaa from Rich
mend, Ind , and claims to a cousin of Barber.
Montgomery admits that he is carrying on a
guerilla wanare, ana maxes is seii-susuuuiiig -,
in pttsf words, that he takes what is necessary
tor the support of hui J,m3 ftom the pro-slavery
men ; that, having been forced into the field to
protect himself and his neighbors against tne
ntnra of the Dro-slavery men, he thinks it
tnougl) to givs his time, but makes those who
caused ths war, support hiin and his band in
carrying it on; that it si against ths lawforany
man in his company to ride a Free State horse;
t!py 4 re all mouuted cn norses stolen irom
He admits that he has frightened pro-slavery
settlers away by riding around their bouses as
thmnrh makioa ooseevauona tor an aua ou
them, and boasta tht he keeps the people of
Fort Scott m a constant stats ol wrror, y. a.
soldiers and all. - v
WHAT GOV. DENVER DID AT FORT SCOTT.
Gov. Denver called a meeting ol the citizens
of Fort Scott, and made a spece n to them. Ths
wrongs and outrages which existed among
them he did not come ta cbanre cn any party,
He cams as a peace' maker, and hs proposed the
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PLAN FOR PEACE.
I. That by-goncs should bs bygones, anJ all
past offences left to be dealt wan sy toe graaa
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t i hat everv ffoou citizen suohiu iuiu u
oraanixation for the enforcement of the laws
and for the suppression of all lawless acts.
3. That all obnoxious officers should bs re
nnrtl to the Governor. He would remove
them, sod let the people immedistely elect oth
ers in their places.
The plan seemed to meet will) general ap
GOV. ROBINSON'S SPEECH.
Gov. Robinson then made a speech, appealing
to the Free State men to preserve the peace of
th Territory, and remlDOeu tnera tnat at iney
now bad possession of ths local government,
their party would be held responsible for all out
rages. He sho wed thst violence never checked
but always promoted violence that if every
man undertook to revenge his own injuries with
out regard to aw, the whole land would bs-
n Mnmlnhed. Ha donied the rieht
of Montgomery or any other man to set tuuself
up as a regulator, anu nopeu no rnrc bvbot una
would eounUnance any such, interference wj(h
toe laws oi uia una.
HOW EPAPHRODITUS RANSOM TRIED TO PREVENT
Everything was tending to a peaceful settle
ment of all difficulties, when Ex-Gor. Ranarm
tried to create dissensions by declaring that all
the outrages had been committed solely by ths
Abolitionists. Gov. Denver stepped forward
very much excited and said, " I had propos
ed a plan for peace, and did not expect recrimi
nation.'' Ransom, however, repeated the as
sertion, when Gov. Denver interposed and aaid,
" There is no call for such language here today."
MR. BRANTLEY'S SPEECH.
Aa old gray headed pro slavery man by ths
name of Braulley, from North Carolina, made a
very excellent speech in which he tried to apol
ogize for the indiscreet remarks of his friend,
Mr. Ransom. I was quite astonished to bear so
much good sense, and was st a loss to account
for it. till I learned the old man had been brought
un a crinter. Good sense romes natural to the
craft, fbut tbey ijqn't all piake as good, use of it
as old man ttrcnUey.
Ransom had, however, ezeited a dangerous
spirit, and this Governor adjourned ths meeting
until ths next day.
THE GRAND GATHERING AND THE FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Carriers havinir been sent out to rive notice of
the meeting, a grand garnering irom an pane oi
the county took place the next day at Ft. Scott
The Governor renewed his plan for peace, and
t waa aoosnted bv the settlers, l ite tjneim oi
the county wss reported as obnoxious He waa
at once removed, and T. R. Roberta, a Free State
man from BeUefontaine, O., elected by the peo
ple in his place.
ins Uovernor then announced tnat ne vwm
have the U.S. soldiers removed from Fort Scott,
and would commission a company of sixty mili
tia under Major Weaver, a r ree btate man. to
euard the line. anJ protect the settlers from in
vading bands from Missouri. With this arrange
ment tne settlers seemed penecuy sausoeu, anu
went home congratulating each other pn the
prospect of peaos.
Corns aim Iio SHiraxirrs. The tons of
sop per shipped from Lake Superior through
the Ship Canal this season up to June 19th,
amount to two thousand nine hundred and
fifty-nine. Gross tons of Iron ore 5,181.
Whole number of paasages through the locks,
Bors yo Aiitom. Mr. R. E. Champion,
Capt, Jones, and Mr. Potts, left Columbus on
Wednesday for Arizona, where tbey are about
to engage in sOver mining. An expedition
which they expect to join, will start from San
Antonio, Texas, about the middle of July, and
is to consist of sixteen wagons, seventy-fire
mules, and sums forty or fifty men.
Kakbow EscAra. Two well diggers at Ann
Arbor, Mish-, ths depth of 35 feet were buri
ed ia consequence of ths curbing giving way.
The people took active measures to get them
out, and after digging SO hours ths men wa
beard to say " Ws are both afire, work away
Their friends did work with a will, aad at ths
end of 36 hours ths buried alive wars got oat
safs and sound.
SctciDX. The body of Arthur A. Psriin, of
Chardon, was found Sunday morning ia Mun
soa Pood. His bat wss tied ta his body, and a
Urg stone fastened to his hands. It is sap-
posed be took these precautions to
discovery of his body, but his feet loss to ths
A Qcxxn sjnejan. asw mtj
Tjnfc Ml astaonsuem r'
. u:l. Kr-n Ia aiva nneertain
an. Jte ""
Monos.aad about ths time of too Buchanan
Stats' Convention in Illinois get so out oi tune
that Mr. Sehade was discharged from the sdiU
onbip. Postmaster Cook A Co. then fornished
the wind and funds to keep tns Vnum irom uis
solution, and it waa savagely anti-Douglas for
t far weeks. - Anothsr change haa come over
tb, Una. Mr. -Sehade is again editor, the
Anti-Douglas articles are all taksn back, and
Cook, Beib, Buchanan 4 Co., are put dnderthe
ban. What next?
Mokdsb is Distsict or Colcmsia A pret
ty, interesting young lady named Mary Shehey,
wai murdered near Georgetown, on Thursday
evening by William Kogent, an Irish laborer on
the Washington aqueduct. Kugent became
enamored of the young girl who refused to marry
him, and excited by liquor and anger hs cut
her throat from ear to sir. Ths murderer wss
committed to jail, and but barely escaped hang
ing under Lynch law.
Thk Statx Hocac. Since the late decision
of the Supreme Court, the State House Com
missioners have resolved to push the work upon
ths Capitol to a rapid completion. They have
an appropriation of a hundied thousand dollars
yet unexpended, which it is expected will finish
ths Supreme Court room, and the law library,
make a connection between the House of Re
presentatives and the Clerk's room, finish the
eastern and southern flight of steps outside,
and the stairs inside, and make considerable
Droeress toward finishing the library. Ws i
rejoiced to learn that tnere la a nattering pros
pect of ths removal of the ugly, unsightly, half
finished brick bake area (hat baa ao long been
. i . i . . . ... i i
sunsrea to remain an toe top ot tne ouiKiing,
and that a new dome, the plan of which is not
vet decided uuon. will be raised and finished
before the Legislature meets next winter.
Whether the pUa at Mr. west or oi air, s.elly,
or a new plan entirely s ill be adopted, is to be
decided in a few daya. Cerastes CtztUe.
VxsstL Cafsizid. The echr. Wm. Foster
capsized about 10 miles outside ia the little
squall of Friday. The captain and a boy were
drowned, and one of the crew and a passenger.
named ooyos, wars saved. CAicefV 1 nSsas.
From Col. Albert Pike. M . C. from Arkansan
From Col. Albert Pike. M . C. from Arkansan Washington. D . C .June 11
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LAND BirrEKS, aa Sara fcaaj U mit aiafal ta cam af
ladicsuaa sas lUadaca, sad RexwsraS K U all k
Drvs-stie Wssasa Katies KEftHAVE'S HOLLAND
BlTTEBSkasemSBeaf Orssapsls kr attas it aUr com
weak. I tnaaud a raaMaatlr I aU wSanas
CLARA E. SCHUCHMAN
CLARA E. SCHUCHMAN Pittsburgh Oct . 24 1856
(Mrs. S. is Um wut afuis astsd Litkofraiiaar.)
Ts lats Hik Skri af Allefauy eovatr haa fi ran as las
!I was aSuetad wiia DrtiiUtf f Iks Wteslivs Oisaas
aauaataf los attack at Dftpavaia. wkick kad ra-
aklr. Mr Wll was alA tnia
1 taa aasM d laeaaa. Har
low nmUnas caiHa Sli uinaanu..
BITTEBr, wa beak -y rausl. aad an kapy u aODra
Pittsburgh January 22d. 1857.
XTATLVE WLNE3 AND CHAM-
i.1 PAiiNK. SS Cmmm 'e.'"Groni TowoUnp." IHT
aud Smi kllot Catawba HW Batkau 'Malu-a ik
IMf 111111-"'"'"' "lu -"-""-.
) euklXIK, McHILLAM a tio.
".RANGES AND LEMONS.-100
Bua-a Uraus-i sau Lasw-. ' P'""' -'?' I--"
cairad ki-f :Lm latast arms m rl-w Vurk . t ur -( br
Jaaa-t.a i-aJhlllk 1-6
1ff PKGS. MUSQUITO NEXT-
ISO Botk Colorsa a-Kl 'ana at
B. ItAYMuND a CO.
FOJl THE ?
ASJGOOD AS "HE
llalf their Cost!
THE ATTENTION OP THE PUB
CLETELAKO AND TICIN1TT
is tn-p-cl fallj dir v-ud to Iks
NEW AND VALUABLE
i-ImJ a--.b-r ,1m l-tft-ri-ad. Taeas Bltw-
saiacs m (ra-s -kc jsaUj e-ks-r-ua klaaolctg-T 4
GEO. B. 8L0AT & CO.,
Bradsbaw's Patent Improved Shuttle-r-price tGO
Stoat's Elastic Two TUreai - - - fou
Johnson's Patent Tambour - - - " -0
Qibb's Patent Elaatie Stitch - - - tU
N. B Everv Instrument ia fully warranted.
Each Machine can bs supplied with ths PA
TENT HEMMER at $5,00 extra.
Tkaat Mack-ass as i-k
EVERY VARIETY OF STITCH,
l .. . -r-TT T fultr es--lstks--Hk-adl-4,
-OS kaadrtd aad laiitT. or aaa ko-drad aad tftT dauar
at ot Hrm Tort sad stker aatak ukmmmu.
Tkajr ka-a kaaa la -s la
Etatcrn Cititt for Two Yfri J"',
aad ka-ac-UT-rkarj m-s-saiidait Ikaa-jalvaa kr
faultless execution of their work, by
durabiUty witaout Moirirnr "pen
sive rrpaira, and by their
EXTRAORDINARY CHEAP 5XS3
isoa wftk taker Ms-kiaas clslauat pt-Mlar fcvstr.
Tki Siiaail lis Ik-as Hirkis " T "
ka awe kss k-ta is iaa i sd sw aa sir all Ik t eaald ss
at tka ill -an I t-safcli-ks-ssl 1 Iks nt-
kan.wkan W kabsvad
THEY HAVE ONLY TO BE EXAMINED
TO GAIN THE CONFIDENCE
OF A DISCRIMINAT
To Setciui Girl !
If tkara Ha-T cans a or saa-sisUT aMrS-af
sjWLkj Hi unisiniaiisl its"- ara tiarpiU-
d ta w-H-r - Ik-KX lr-a u tka f-uaful, kuadiaf a-aslav-
--aikaate-bSiaaa. -ram-k. stack,
a-a-i aad lark'. UU laa -r Sara gnw mim aad tka kaad
aea. Tj sack -rt .va tka kast a-rtdaaea sf
Koomu mt Km. lOt
Superior St.; lot Jlotr.
ad ddT-Ta-s wiau-a mt Bls-
rkiaas vjar kai
U --rck-i. mz -"---etfaRr mtt to tall i-d mnmmm
-, W. X. B RAM AN,
: Agent af Geo. B. Bloat A Co.
Clerolaad, Joae S3, 185g junM 184
t AblES BACK FL4JSNELS. Ba
1 1 SuuBisKk Mixed FinUBar-eiT-d rr
HO 130 Q PnrnT -at.
CKIRTS ! SKIRTS ! - DOUGLA8
O ft SaMTVVaal aataaatta-lT atl Skir Rs-e'tJ ttT ES'
ftwm. Whjh JaV sV. mim. vw.
TESTIS' EAST0N &'C0 HAVE
lYo. 91 Marble Block, Superior Street,
F O S E I g iV & DOM EST I C D R Y GOODS,
towklrkteramutkstt-avof Psr-kasm Tlirfrmark
ctasaaakiaaiaamWfnstiaBAI aAJtUaa.S, a kt
Drat Goodi, Luumj. Btraga, Frtmci JtcamtU, OrgaaHa Raies, Ladiet TrunHmg Dress Cssds,
Cwz BruUMt, worth 50 ., for 31 eti , . Vd d, wortk 18 ctt . for Uers.
''.'' ' 1 ' SILKS! SILEiS! v ,:
T ANCT SILKS, at ta aawast aad awM aorat sattaraa, sine si IS caats asi raid. -
" BLACK SILKS,
BckoS'aeaWvauJaii ClBulW On da Rkia rooolqml,, al 5S cn rMjaja.
STELLA. B HOC HA. C A SHUSH E, TU18CT. CRAPB, Be . me.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. ...
A good HMrtmtmtPaiow Lim, Line Skating, Vamatt, Napkau, Doyle. c , c. ', aad
fctUlxl!AJ?TS.NAJ,SO0KS' PUl eUcXmdi JACONETS; ekackid CAMBBIC;
EMBROIDERIES. . .
EnthrauLered Set It, Mourmixg Setts, MIi Cailmrt, French CulUrt.
LACES, TRIMMINGS, BUTT05S, 4e., Ac, sie.
DOMESTIC GOODS. -
A larga ttia-k, L waick wa isvila BarUcuUr altcatioa i . : ' ' '
Brown and Bleached Sheeting and Shirtings,
Summer Stuffs for Coats and Pants,
Linen Drills and Ducks,
Cloths, Casaimsres and Yes tings.
HOSIERY. GLOVES, MITTS,
Aad a aics a-aort-aaatof
To-atkar with a fatrta k-t at atkw roods tas ai
THIS DAY OPENED IN THEIR
fc.i i v
auocuttoTol Ni. - -
MARBLE STORE, No. 91 SUPERIOR ST. '
700L! WOOL ! THE NORTH-
9TW TrssBBTatttKl CosKM
AaSBaBSin ta aaa-SMia-LtS-al t.tanw-a kOraT
atciintf furtarti tn f punatWM ol W out lu Sw YurK. Truj.
ibur. Bua, MDcIa-Uer. lv ell. fcc.
IHANUKKLL. K, HAW rOJUi sk C
,'rT-ilta JJEw Q. ) U U JL 3tK
Tbvs BavOcnaaR l km htsmm dlv aMOiBied uj ais-Blited
si A-1-a.isMt.aUar wul. lb will Arusaj-isxl trf Isaav swUia) d
M juf Hollo r. dsxma-tsl, HMt Ol Ckljr-UaOst-t rouair
Jupsr m. H&aOJW Us? L,. ri,?.
O-Bvaj oi Uv iXmrniTsius-arrs ol tar-K)9atX )
ClarvvtuO, Juw t, latkt.
SEALED PROPOSALS V7TLL BE
rrlasi at ttut 0Br QBtll ths; Ifrtll 3f Of Jo)f IMXt,
te bikliur Um aav-tadjory UjX w hrulc wmkxx titom' Mh ,
H-iiK-r-i. SentrCutiOK uaf ib woik mj h ai uua
wiaaCsB 01 UU aiir MoMlay avert.
Bf urocr 01 im ttoairj.
GEO. to. SLOAT & CO.
INOLC AND DOUBlaS THREAD
FAULT SLWII6 I1C1IHI.,
rr-ecs is ss o iiouara,
W. E. BKAHAM. A-m.
i-m-a ltf I
y VH Sopariof St . Cie-eLmil. Okio.
aijrisW kuwm pucnmmd V H Sl41r his nttrv wttei at
FkMir. Gram m A --ri. mI lam thw dT lutnaafMl atcubarU
cTBaaip tor th jMirvotM oft-aminc oaa Whoi ul &avl k ar
ia. J fc'tur. iirx-u fttul k'tttsi bastMsa.
sty ! 01 j j. null ft. m LU . auu woQtd rasTptartluur Kr
Uatll t EM Mia-.ss oi furl MM aUl Mn Ultt aTS tm IfltSif IIIM
Of UOUtlwaaV. WKl Of Sll W tM hae be ItadJ Baltfuslsdl o( Ua tul
rnMIUii err-U B-itai- Xwaa. m v-at4was
H V A PICL.T f J. J. ROVCK fc CO
TO THE fUBL10.
1 raaw-a thu dar ioid nf utira aioc k of Floor. Grua ukd
Fajc-i. ktemted t4 Oateno St., to J J Ho-aek A Co.. "aW
t ale tais oftortciMity 01 '.icaBsAuaf littam to mf ctis-
UMra bdu pgnne u wa wdt o)i n meir Dairavce, ana
lMioot6deat that the will &Uniar to pictu- im uvj
ait who will favor ttisrai w-th Uir ualrvu-ure I woalu ai
ta rvtaro HUT ttunk u fnj oltl c a !.. rs who kMro dealt
a so call tha attenilOu OI alia ich aa axe liatlebieu
Ub aa at ar uw Haadi ijt atTar-i aanpas. 1 woomi
iihr bf acta ot aeooat. ta caiiaaai sui th witav-
qatOwiay. it 2ia.a.Ja
I if weiatksj. jna-a i a. rw-..niviri-
Bswrrt-jfora arxi'-Uar asnaraaa tna a4rtMa'-tl ia iuc
btainea ot 'ha Atidjter H-m-o. is tbiadif diaaoiv-tl filLAS
MLKCHAAT wihpa ta UaAMliUaw and cOiiavt lUm sU
tattdmf arrow a of UM aam.
tiuaX ! la. WILLIAM ROGERS,
811-AS Wim u.v:. r
NER'S OmCE. 2 ABBEY
J STMKCT.fWfstSHlalBeartlM comer of Feaxl umJ
Loraiaslreata. Nsjiaca aau.7 aiaa Im lotl at Mr Howlautii a.
Urtti-Ciaustreet. aoti aiv a
ULD INFORM MIR-
aad stbtT partial who m cnniMl m b-iviaaT
Wool, thai w ara pra-jftrwi Ui mm AlOkk. HBKK'AL
CASH AUVANCLs mnparad with (he cut, Ufru ra
lofura um 'ooa dsjliward ( our peoL
Oa al vir.ta. ij 'tiling all suc'r oar (Tides bm ao
waif aad fVoraoiy koiiw -tlt-at wa ikmk. it raaua.caiioar-
(UtwCBt (O CtMlTICkT all who hT W ol Im Ot U It
a tor iMir inuptt w as t, awin iRr-u-uxa wa aoeatnia
wharh w offar. TU4 W Ma av la it CoasutDOV arwri
timaa oar aotuwiiou thera it aa qnaatioat, and we aromiaa
a tU iv .si d aU4-iaaa 10 itouaas who taror aa wrh hatir prifura
4. (rUUlALl. K IU ,
CteTaiaaa W4 Da pat.
War Ml 'Srt-TjrdlatkwB MJ-
MOT1CE. THU oiOCKHOU)i5dlL8
4a. 1 Of list; tot l'iT StrrrH riUK K-asdJ lt)al
La kad-M id -d thml as IBkatUtlaBaattBt flsf Isu BSPB CBaiC.
astotjct piiooa total! lui'Uir m iqiuraO to ba jnid to the
Tmatirwr th tW at Iktst nsS s trl like I'danrjan. Ifl tb Cn?
of Clec-and. ua or bats ua th day oi 1 my acst. Aao
as Mr I nsiaiiBtroi ot in aercaar.. oa um mi.u uj; m .wr
tamtkt aoit. Aiea. anotuar taa4.aiiBM.ot trf laa per caa. aw
oa Use futh day oi Novcaaber r.xt. A'au. aothr uail
aapnt ol taa r cn.t, um i mm JUl of Jasoan, isSa. Atao
aaoihar inrtaiimaat if taa par eaat. tm Um 3bHb da? lA
M irn. ta-i ; also, aaothar sAat-iilaicat o( tea pr cent oa
ths jUth dlf Oi MlT. It Sl Bitai. BiSO. BOOtaMr aaUUllaactU Of
li y sratr 0 1am a-au-i. am - 11 i.ni t-a.
Math Ib6. Sec' j aad Treasar.
oaaK I raj
SPiMSa AMI MLIIC1.1 QURThsS,
Aits, SHILLINGS mi SIXPENCES,
Ba-rht 1.U par saana kr
tS W.lrr Strt-H, ooiMmiu Poat OSu-a
N B siawk Qaaitan wul avat-sa sartrS3 rxmU
aaca - jqi3- awl
n T. MORSE'S WHOLESALE and
Vy a kartau Tuloco a4ai Se- ar fMOia.haa batMrvaa-Bni la
8 Sop nor Si . aad-r tha ABMtiraa Hur; wnr ha
ks-iMki r-tiskBLaritl. aa hiB-J tha raksasr-aaU aBal aa tat amtaaaiwa
stork of l-Bportd aad ! at besr-tra aad Tooarco lu tha
city. Ha ia odnnc (. aala aoJ riaa Cat Chcwia
ToWtra, eooaiaUiaf ia aan mt iM iWsdwutsX sssoat asoca.W
arands: . . . .
riirtatiuCaaalort; . mu'iUM Lttl;
Bloa H-a'i CUcAab; " - DslUr;
world aFair; Salha Milln fml
Maiehakr? PraaBioaa; lXiUaca'a Hranaiura.
Alawi-BtMiBiao Masanaaaiaaa P-toaa. tuikadM aad Haaaaa
Saauo a da" dq
Ad?ra do do
araMlL, llrrha A Oo, Fiaa Cat CWwia Taar,
laal,lrtii l a, urtnim: 1 imii, ni'im 1 mm.
b om aa a b C t. hfOK&K.
C'sdartha A aric Hei
kJOTlCE. r'ERSO.NS WISiilAU
ta aiaka aaa "City Uuch,' loot at Sap nor sir.
mnH bm t Ut
April ISHt IrHsa ejjj Itrwjjuill
XJ aarakrr faareMfura kauwa aa tha arm o. SONIN C-
HOHN m BEOS . aou currj-)- qi afcoutytora. Loata
MBaDora, aou ni- au(,u-uur , nu ujy oiwMMwtxj fjy
BbBitMicaBaaaA. isawusvaa ataar? atoaaatwrti raiwiaa
ira ralinaa froaj
tha Aral. U L
Ull'IH SON N E HOiiM.
JNM. HUH N ,
ClawlUBl, A vot . 1W.
ft t lWWNEBORHwniooatiioa-ocBioaihaaUdT
Madt UaoAhABaS II 1 1 ia aaa a, um aau at aaa. ua aaanasi-ai.
BISHOP. ROSS & CO IMPORT
an and akol--ila doalara la Wiaaa a Lataara.3!
I. D. BltHor. CSO. W. BOSS. C. BRHII.
jll jia m
C3 A. LOWERS Merchant Tailor,
O Baak St., aadr Ika Waddrll, ka-pa oaaataat Ijr OS
kaiMlacko-c- -.uckt-f Clntaa. C'-aoiaw-e aad VaatlDsa,
waick ha wiU aaA( Hp la. Ik sa-1 auan-fl r.
fMIARLES FLIEDNER'S BATH-
fa J iraar Xh . m HtUT lrniiKixm .WtlL Block.
a aava.k -ktrw 1. 1 lawvLauSkd. Ohko. ana aad Cold Hatha
eenaiaatijia aanliaaaa. Star; litis- aaw, 1 sMi.u.i ca-
ttrtBtlla .MSSaJ-UH -M
UNITED STATES AND FOKBIGN.
T1ATEMT OFFICE AGENCY. OP
I Bkoaitsj Wrddall Uoaaa. kaaW atrasi, Cl-Tia&d. Ota I
. IViaiWa. fcaaafdw-ws o st as w sasaA mass sv
New Paintini Establishment-
Oa thtPuUw Sfuort. sas door North of Ktm-
asu s ersrs.
mlRPflTT HOPKINS ARK
1 anuand ta do Ra-iaa, Siaa, Carnara aad Oraaaioal-J
Pubiim iKl'-autfot WwoOA. Marol-a. Paparaa-aiaff. AC
OtaarsaoUuudTuttU TASCOTT k HUfKiNa.
Cheapest on llecord !
At 64 Cents per Gallon !
Camolienc at 80 Cts. per Gal
CARBON OIL AT 87 CTS.PER GAL.
R. Law's Lamp Store,
KO 60 ONTARIO ST.
Alcohol, Comphtnt, Bmmmg Fhiid. mrU Cor
mom Oil if th Barrel, ao Uno at '
' any other loaa as tor.
Moat aftka Cim---a af Cla-alaad. -aaa ats Barmac
Ftakd, kaoaj tkal k -aaaafartarM a tood aruela, aod will
atlattaia law pnoaaaau faAkar aauoa mm
Coots ano Sljots.
TTTTTT. BFRGETT CO . WHO LK
LX. IAL.K DfcALKKUl BHFr3, PMIJB.S. MX l
OA HS No. B WBt-dW--4t-,aMa-Mra-
Forest Grove Pleasnra Gronndj
ND HALF MILE CIRCLE,
LEAST FLEVkLAND AftaaW odb to kMOBBS
dav.m partiea wiahiaf a pteaaat anad? un, a nda oa
aantback, or foe UMttxarciaiBcaaW4 tr amine ol 'laat auv-ft '
Ss-aaajsa TacAeta otva ba anasaiad ai tha prupria-nr oa tlM
(I-IAWaa-UBJ a. aa. JtBaV
oiaraiaaa. jaa r, roa jaaiatjw
MVS1C II A 1. 2.1
Na. a saptrlsr tls-a Oaa. Waisr Ht--Oas
Kvssy Hvralasi- Bandar Kzesassdl.
"HE PR0PK1ET0R WILL SPARE
. x oaas toajaka lhiaairat Claaa pteca of AaiB--
xa-eM. warar oi um iaatroaas.a m iac Kaatieaaaa i inner w.
(r-Okl Mu-ttCl-UsS Wl fftMCBTSHi, SsU SSAaU ( the Ilsrt OCX J
TaUeai thacvaaup aaWOa wiil ao Waaataattf aaaaxafed hv
takdt 1 -tn-aam'
Ta it a at atracaett ia taa mil vni aa aaaouaa wum
Lntuon ut the Van Beat Onaiitv
7HEAE BK AS F.STIRK CHASGt Of
FROOKAMME KVEKY EYMSlMit
Tha EnianjuQtnai will -oaxit aa laatztiBtoatai aatc,
UaMonal Ana, Vaakaa bonsa, fc-Bfltihaatl scotch Bailada.
lr sh Malotiiaa. acaai taca. Uusau. Gim, i jrisiaia, (-ttur-ttts
Bariaqua, Paro-itaa. J:gn. Ree In, Hxhtaod FUutra-
aakoowaa, s-onta hpcvchaa, f.aiiiauoa MotjtrMt,j. ax
tgMU.'iC to eoaaaMaca ai I a cluck. ai?la:dia Sua
h praparw at hi aaw locauoa
As. Bonk Street, WeddelU Houot,
To fiva kia simi-aura sad tka paklyi
GOOD BA BOA INS AND OOOD FITS.
H. SEAMAN, Merchant Tailor Ae't.
QOME TO LIFE AGAIN
John Schrink Sc CoM
SOUTM tLSECA STtLZtT
Ara aow read- to faraltk t
SODA WATFR. -
. C1DEB sad
i. mmj .H-ii-, un mm mnn Bo-jra.
rartiruiar -tiautkMi paid U ui)l-las-rt--uo aualliaa.
r?- Wilt aUaforni-k Soda ruaotatan ready cuaxsad.
Cll.ln.l Ali; Id. ti-W upl JUo UlaS
BBLS. AND HALF BBLS
4 X.ym ahoro w'l k-wiwa hraiid oi W HITE
1SH aa hand, wharh wa gafr at a rraaa mlkkv-Uoa fr m tha
opvB-R tvrina: tn-a. U Coonlrr dcUrra will ordar Pz-
loa aa incT aMtl M Bupyj maMm "lMarutt JUrar.'' U
hniadt-d aa ah va .
Waatao ha.T oa ham a few haadrtd pavrha ofothrr
B".ntcQ ni annflti'-n, wiiDmrr aiatr nnaif i Lait
h Boh.al. if whrh will ha sold at to a oncaa ihaa tAwv haro
haaa i-Aarad as Bukt i-aT savurmi s
WIHU.I. MCdW.llaAAA S CO.
riaraHaxMna f-h iv-juia1-w
HAT ANS, HOOPS, SKIRTS, ic,
ta fuat tka aullua.
S,l sfOBwAJf a BOOT.
ST1.WII HILL IEFaSfll!IT S1L09.1.
No. 166 Superior Street,
MESSRS. ELW0CD A CO - Psora ito is
THIS MAGNIFICENT AND POPU
LAI. SALAMiN will ha cunataatW rroT-id with all
the dliasta ot iha aasaoa, and will ba aarrad aa ia tha
oat aporavod atria at tho Eparanaa Art. soaiaaOc aad
ForaB uaras kattcOasatantW oa haad.
Tbectvotmat braoals Cqrrs, d tract fraaatb ItatMVtor,
will bo toand at ihta aatahuaauaaaa. Tho aafaak mt iqaora
aal' ia krjtt tha Har. arllt
"BEXEING OFF AT COST.
MT ENTl STOCK or
FINE AVALL PAPERS
WILL BE SOLD
For the next 30 Daju FOR CASH !
Ia o-drto tadaca tka qoaatirv. a baus Ika LABOBS Taad
BEST AtVIRTM ITNT la Uta CUf-
a- - jn.-i
Na la attpanor sUaa Aaattlcaa B-uMtaf .
THE TESTIMONY OF THE Rock.
To Lis Banicra, Maaoaa, BaiVdra, Caplaiaa, aa
svll othara who bulj wiah lor tha Da aal 40117 01 uara, graf,
Libi Stoao. t
Ao txparrBr mt rwaw r-wa raaTa ta uta sinaw war
kiktai BSkas UI DklaralsMrkaT HrSalll Ut Batll LjBM UtOOO Ot 'km btt
qtiaiiir, rhfjapar, by a qaartvr of a dot tar aar cord thaa thay
caa ba obtaiaaw alavwhera, aad blk atoisa of Bur diai
m, ruticu oc cut, n-p-a-iiB.iLiy' la audmoa, I hot th
Bis aboard vraae ta at lha rata of MO toas dai T 1 hav
cood wharf with U fVai walvr- aad a hoof to kaoi od h
w itarf Bait a auio aaawro (or waat at taa jaartaio nwaw
Lairnt Huuaa. ,
j ana a att iaoa:a--am jwi - 1- r i.r.w"--
8- laA'aButt Bv Cw.. asWfut-a- B- H naaik '1-saX, J Ua-M. uf
f. A. Kior 1 c. . o.
r.N THE 1 1th D AY OF JUNE, 1853,
tma4 Jaatiea naad aa anir of attachaaaat ta taa atiw
atUsoaior lao aot audaca hi-loU oolihra.
8. m tU.
CTaraland, Jrato , 1 W-yaa a j u 1 y J5 IK
AND ITS FBEMATCBB DGCUXB.
- Joat Pabltokad. Oratif, Ika Bkk Tkoa-aad
A FEW WORDS ON THE
X.tioai Traatasrat. withat Madieiaa, mt aaTaiatJs
ruea ost Lxacai w niMu, Aomaraai tvai aaMxuv, tBual
and Narfosia Dainlily. itapwCanc. and ia oaxl f ata ta
Majriart ceacraitr. Uw B. Ut LANavT. M D.
Tha on porta at ihI tual tha aaa try alarm Mac eaTMalaiaCa
(Tfiaa-iac t tha taionidaara Bad solitaa of rovti, mmf
ha eaadlT raasoTcd wuioat Wedriaa, a ia this ktaall tract
astrar aaar. ratol; aad tho oatiralf aam aad hca ?
caoial uvaiaaoat aa atiopted hj Uta A nth or, tatty ialaia
d, ty aim ot whirh awary eao aaahlad to cara hies-atf
aarftxilk aad at taa laa-t poasibM eoat, iharaoy aawadiaaT
aii tha asitamaad Basatniaw of i ha dav.
haat to any B-iUraM, c raua and pumt frwa ta a aaalaa aav-
vaiopa, a raamitaa (yaat aaai ) two yaatastw at am pa ta
1. B Ufc LASkYT
ay)ai wa m Ka. Kaa Uat sc. tfw York.
WOOD! WOOD FOR SALE
Fnta Hsadrad CanU of Wood At TEN r-Hlt
LINGS FkH Ckc ihraa aaiiaa ftosa Ua ttaft Uooaa,
aatna nawoanta rtaaa taoaa..
M-rw lata Umm rail oa
tat-aa ADWAJUi KHfOSLKT. IT
TJe Slioali aai ftaickiiadi if Ttutk.'
JVTt rUBLISHBD THK d CIMTIOlf.
ON SPERMATORRHEA OR 8EM
IMAL DiSlatS A -c-aaiinc Treat-so oa las --
Mat aad aertaet earo mt Xmrom DolaLitr.Soau-La: Wmk-
-tcOA ala araalrad danas laa ema-sl
lB-utuatar-i Ciataa-uo, l-a-woaoa. ac
I oatk l Ataakaud.
BT D mtlltBU . " , ,
afr-alxr mt tka Boral Coilwa mt SaiTooaa- aload
. -7 i I .W ih. H.ll (isjt.l aad 3S aoafa Baal
imil Ptaailioa-r la Ualoa. Ambor Uttm -(,jk1. la
H-aua." liraaa Book." "How im ka Haaav." -at
atn M Sinf io ao" Marr-ad l.'.'.''mr
Thio s-aall. sat nnlf oalaawa Triiliss. -Ultla-t B s
anrld i-awwaad ntictaa aad Soiroua. -malt oat laa
aalt aaro aad paiii.t I ears ail du-aaaa raaalliaa
roai tolf ab-a, a id to oalr palM.caii a-ditakiad
-m(ta-i ia a bar ewmitmt -aet-t aad 0- a arlaatido ataa U
-koarJ oo ia ttia kaailo oi a l who faiaa taaar USs. tmmm
aad aaBplB-aakataoad knaaAcr.
rrv-a It eaata.ar 4 ---.- isa i--aalp awkick a wi-
as tort, post (roo. tod woll -aeorBd.ar UB. CM KLIKE.
ilkA-aaaa.ul4a Mow talk, doc W lad WIS
4. 1S5S v
f l. WH.SHOLL j
1 wciTY INSPECTOR, J
ft CLEVELAND 0. p J I
Vk$ WHITE nsH, I
Jor Sole or Unit.
FOR RENT.-A LARGE AND EL ;
. ' LTlikrt" .srwoil-at-aa -
A portion of Uo wk ! at tka mrnnara will ba mi ta k
- '-"- '"--"oa- aaaif at tan a-fcea. (JaaaT
JEYMOUK COTTAGE TO RENT.
loaie . w WAHRtN. Na IM Etape-iarfl.
TOUSALK (IHKAP-AV IVTIB..
. t talaa r oar-i ax-.ol a Muutjcnr-as aamia-
We-rfs-ra La-hds Will ha larr
AdJreta f O , Drawar UV-arti i -.1 tf
fOR RENT. ONE LARGE, CON"
L veaioat s ta; ataa, a koota wi.fc atcaai aowcr. aaita
a for BiaBala--tunaa mru ) . ,
Btaatad ii. Hurikat a Bkjefc oaOmaxio St.
F-B A. W HtRLBCT
OK SALE OK RENT. A TerV
daairabla bwailiar Hoaaawlik Idroona, oool karaS
imrt kd. aad wukia loa- -aiaateawaiaol laaCuait liaaZa
PcMBfrMKia inn latawdiatalr.
ka-iro ot taa naitoraisaod oa tha areaiitoa
H. CHILDS. So 44 Homa-k.
FOR SALE. A GOOD BV&iT.-aearlra-;
alao. a nod kaiMaa aad aaddla aaav as
aad at a barfata kr applr ox to
, STANDAHT. BF.MIS ft MVBBAT.
Ctr-ola-d. Marck IS. aa -aU:! -
LTHAB LITTL8- BlftAM SU LiTVLS. SIX a.ABTa3.
T ITTLES & KE1ES, Dealers in
- ul ui ai i um :-. nvarw Superior u.. Cleva
laiMl. O.. kavacoosraatir oa kand a tarre qa-tin- t of n-r
food'anaia La-ulo ia Iowa aad Wi-onma. wohHi wo will
-ail Vow for 1 -.k. or exekanfo tor " tit IToaenr Cilv
ot Coaalrj Haul K-ft xnlifi iltf t
l?AHJW FOR SAL K. Four farma
AX. ta rtetaity ot ClerasaixJ price iroai $1JW to ia, tea).
Also, araarai aiuaaaa aad Lota ia um Cut lor aaia vera
Also, w Waolea Fsetotr, Saw -Hill, fix Iwo.Ua
Rbusaaiad.jacrea of iand at aVdlord- 13 aiUtwi oa C.
-t H. aV k, which wa wul aaiiaa Ioum tiiaa, or wili ax
ekmtwm tor cit? prouartr.
Also. Saw M.Il, CorJiBfrMirhiir. Nona and iDacraao
1-kBJ, J6 allies oot on O. fe M. E B.atAarora.
Alao, 1 Aaa laanil Morsea. and aavaral aecood-haa-Waj-aoaBDd
Haraaei'. H tor aala Terr casaap and a io
emltt will he given it desired.
Also, aavaral food Hmtsea to rnt.
aihanitl LiriXtvS m KEYIS, oar8 fiaa at.
FOR RENT. A BARXTCOVJ!:
ataatly lo-ateU. Enquira ft Saoanor at.
kl ar- K lfl Rsi .i.ll .lti -
CCH0LARSHIP8 FOR SALE IN
U -ha be ContDMienl Collcca ta tho coaatrv. Call at
L idr Cfni.ti n NiKiin. fri"9
WANTED A GOOD BARER
f f One that aikdamaaasw Bahiaar ta aB Ka hraa. haa
Rfftrewt ivqnirril Apply ijiuiHrduuly at 70 ppaxl Si,
Wstat Clavaiaiad- - -ajaJt-.u .
A f ANTILLA MAKERS WANTED.
1'A. Exaat-aacadaawancsiMuiaaa are wutt-d i-ia.
douolr iuM E I. MALUwlN S CO
WANTED A PARTNER WITH
w "'i u -sat avj znt is aa utaw 14 nae aa iinaa
ta aa ESTBLi&HlCD bLMN kss waicn will j aj ah leash
mmr oa is, aa int wrniaiCwi, Daia ata Hai-a--, -sad ta
-at-Ai. w v, liar- uapua.- atuai miMra 01 1 BO COBnSsara. AasV-
divaa av. r.,earao B. z , with Oauae, atklrea. ao , atatiaa;
wtie a aa iatsmaw caa ha fr i Ali cossamuaxaAMaaa
CslO nOO -VONEY ADVANC-
rV-LVaV V V KD laaaau to avut ai iha tkha
taad aad welt krown WAGNER'S OrriCE aa Ooht vkm
S'lar Watraoa, Jawairy, IJiaitrucuta, Guas. rhstoia, Aa
Baaiaaaastiirtlj pnrjte. OSca No S Wilrrr St., eoraar
Suorv.r (ap iir- eatabluooJ ia lhfrl. Occa t:om 9 A.
M. to t P Af. Wddchea aad J-wair- for aaia at baraaiaa
yQ:dtf Q&a. Cominarrtal Br. Bens',
WANTED. A Girl to do all Knd
mt Kitchca aad Hoasawwr Noao awed app.y aa
leaa ahe eaa prod taca hoat ot isisiaai Aopiy at No. TJ
Pnaaooctrt . ".rr2.;dtf fD
OPPOSITION TO ALL IMPOSlI
riONd'-TBUTK WILL PK'V AIL ! r la rasa to
the articla bolow, aiaed br C FrraeUl aad Mhr wa
w-j-iU aaythaC thair taiem.Ci ara r ALaK. aa ao aweh
aarasw hare mwm t-aaa rmt, staiad oa the Bxit. of oa t itaca.
wiidrre food M'-a, Bnt, Woniea aad Giria caa aatt tiaa
dav tods wiia -r-ib oaitaaiaoai
tn JUM j 1ETQW It CO . .Nad 8 -Bat St.. (a stain. "
ON OR TO WHOM HONOR 13
DCK Tbia (a ta eartifT that w tba IJ ninirnmmii aa-ut.
sAAtaicat-utari-i ask iiis tpaj s lo a iTiieiucvsca mm waiiaa
oo aim tiU we wova await. fed iha he eoaid aot psotrara asaa
utskatBoaa. Wa thea waat a KIoUKK a WeUixa-Ja oi
Aea woera we war mil a is i ted with btvkmI itiaaaum im kn. thaa '
.wsa-nty-foa-r aonrs aftr maJtiraa; applicsuisia aa fiira. aa ara
satiJ.d Uaas P-4MKttS is ta aalj Oflica fa Lila rltw whrw
as a cau iod soUatiile erojiloymen t. Va nroBiiwH all who
ara h. aarcfa of work toron Kisrsr. Hrs otlaea ta baaaaaad -in.
tha tWATaar of Sapaiior Buaat and Public f-quarav
CH rtlvTOPH KR f itTriRI-O-.
Jma 19 V! yar-St CRARLKQ LM.
TtTB lAflF?T AVTt MOOT
COM HI. KT El Y EljCIPPKU
Kale and Female Artlsta,
ATD TSZ aos
OT WONDERFCLLT '
CvgtJ TRAINED HORSES
sna saocsm TuutTuxa. a-vobb-l-m
rAcnxms poa vaa raa
' XOSS HOTEL a vAllIEB
vbaS bats avaa mrwa ma bi a
Tho ta-ti 1 lalnsai lit win ka rl-wa
wlthia a isMBiiiik yarieaatl
T-Saa-ilinn. eoaaiawad of AllkKJ-
XJ) CAN ttioi, and will eoaawt of
Catu Tnok iMuf, ftjl Drtmx
(mnknAn, Claanc Adan-p,
Sy-BBiis,r JS-ott, rVyar-pat
i., inofiiiBilBi. Aerviabe Jiruka,
Huaayrt mf -a-Aurta-B. S-M-
Cost Dmnaaf, Slack-lt-mt Tom.
aM l.raaa apmamam.
Taa wknlo enhvpo-d br th isr-r
Back Svaala-r's atTtalia-aot wil
soaclada wak Ika
EH AND LEGENDARY SPECTACLE
ST. GEORGE AND THS
OB, Tint -vrvr CHAWpTON.
Tn whick aaarly obb kn-kln-l mptm
didly.coptasM'd cnana-tara wiU ap- .
i prar. aod ia wkKk m iatrvdwcod tka
l of 8C O-wts and kia rtatmtl-aa
stt-M wssk ika
TTEBT DBAGON. -
Ths vast iiasitas eoairi-Ml la
tbs National Cin-ca, waick. alUK-ach
adv-rtMed as oas ra-npaiiT. nt raalit-r
r1 coaaota of -a-rcral w-Hcouwa Cir- .
i.t will aaalds tka iM-rMMI K P--:
awt Bent tkair iart-a-inii apoa a s
srale of rSPAB-UJJlLED MA. ' 1
NinCKVCK, aark as caa ka ss-
area id rd bj au otkar oaapaaj, aoA
1XB 1X9 ASTOLTTDnra 1
raalujis wiU b lotrodaCTid ba atdar i
n ,-im 1-r tka whol bnPia-i. aooak
and e-n-ttin BYOJKS Aliio
WILL ixhibit nr .
Va t rv
a a Al
1 IT IT
Oa ftiaairl Utroat, xm tka raar af ika Aa-aTicaa Hotel.,
SATURDAY, JwLT Brd, .
Co-BaaaaciM at - 3 sad 7 H o'clock, P. Bfajida-s t
- MONDAY, JULT Stk,
THREE GRAND FeAFO&AXCES ! -
aioBNlHO. KOOI AKD SIGHT!
Td ft 1 imi ? o ckicX P.
1 aau aa a-.- tiler.
AJ-a-wloa "acta. Basan-at Saata loclM. O-.'dr-a to '
Baaaarrtd Saau ets,
Tats Coauaar wiU arto -xhilit at TW1 VS? v BC Bw
rndar. Juir tn--tan du 01 taa 1:1
mn--l daw-d I W
AM KIH. A-oiitL
CEWLNCJ MACHINE AND J)ili3
O BAKES caa ks kud kr aapltl jf Ui
J K STKOVO.
aaUBl IPS Nslsdaaa BkeA, Saoarl--r