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MO R NjNGU? ADER.
THtTIiSDAT NORMSU. AVO. IB,
Fjt Supreme Jwke,
WILLIAM V. PEOK, of Scioto.
WILLIAM B. THRALL, of Franklin.
For AFtrraey General.
CHEISTOPHEH P. WOLCOTT, of Summit.
Far Mam'-.erBrd of PiJic WorkJ,
JOHX L. MARTIN', of Butler.
For m.wa-ict of 1 JUtreM.
The Atlantic Telegraph.
By the report lift night it will be seen that
the Atlantic line is to be closed to all messages
except governmental till the first of September.
Mr. FielJ rcpor s the Atlantic Telegraph a
perfect success, acd has recommended the pre
paration of a second cable to meet the demands
The Republicans of the Eleventh Congres
sional District hire nominated the Eon. N. H.
Van Vorhels, of Athens County, for Congress
The nominee is the editor of the Athens Mes
senger, a man of fine tilents, tried integrity,
iraj formerly an active Whig, and was tho ex
cellent Speak. r of the Republican House of
Representatives two years ago. He will do
honor to Ohio. The present Republican in
cumbent, Mr. Horton, declined a ronomination
on account ol his private business. The Dem
OTats hive nominated C. D. Martin, of Fair
field. The Republicans of the Seventh District have
nominated the Hon. Thomas Corwin for Con
gress, on the eighteenth ballot of the Conven
tion. The district is composed of the Counties
of Warren, Clinton, Madison, Fsjettc, anj
Green. The candidates before the Convention
were Mr. Corwin, ot Warren, Harlan, ot Green,
and Harrison, of Madison. Mr. Deunv, Editor
of the Lebanon Star, was nst a candidate, his
name having been withdrawn from the canvass.
Mr. Harlan is the present incumbent. The first
vote stood Corwin 37, Harlan 39, Harrison 10.
The 18th ballot, Corwin 44, Harlan 35, Harri
son 7. A motion to make the nomination un
animous received a few negative votes from
Green County, and the Convention adjourned
with three cheers for Tom Corwin.
The contes, in the Convention was warm.
The objection urged against Mr. Corwin was
that he had not borne the brunt of the Repub
lican fight heretofore, though Col. Hopkins, of
Warren county, in presenting the name of Mr.
Corwin stated, by authority, that he stood on
the Philadelphia platform. Alter tlie nomina
tion Mr. Corwin was called out at the Morrow
House by the delegates. After expressing his
gratification to his old constituents and their
descendants for their renewed expression of
confidence in him, Mr. C. remarked substan
tially as follows:
He said he was very well aware of the stormy
times that many people anticipated would have
to be encountered by a reprepresentative in the
next Congress, but he scouted tbe idea of
dissolution ol the Union, saying that the Demo
cratic party hail received such a rebuke by the
defeat ot Lecomptoc, that tbe South could not
fail to be convinced ot the will of the people of
the North. He thought generous and magnan
imous pen-uasion, and mild conciliatory meas
ures, now that they have been so sorely re
buked, would be the best policy of the North.
In allusion to Kansas lie said he thought it
would have been wise in the Democratic party
to have acquiesced and acknowledged they
hart committed wrong, confessing to the people
and asking to be forgiven; but inttead of that
they had threatened ti commit suicide by en
deavoring to persuade the people that because
Kansas iiad refused to come into the Uaioo
shackled bv the chains of slavery, therefore sbe
does not want to come iu at all. God help them,
aid be, it they take that position when Kan
sas preaerts berseif with a free Constitution,
and they refuse her admission; if they should be
blind enough not to repeal the penal law which
tbey framed to prevent Kansas coming in ex
cept as a siave State, that is the last of the
Democratic party in Ohio, Hot a man in
America no, not a single man believes that
Kansas does not want to come in.
Senator Douglas Excited.
Douglas is losing his temper, a sign that hi
case is becoming desperate even ia Illinois. In
a speech at Bard town, on the 1 1th, he pronounce-
I an assertion of Mr. Lincoln an " infa
mous lie," and said of Senator Trumbnll, whose
speech at Chicago had just reached him " The
miserable, craven-hearted wretch, he would
rather have both ear cut off than use that lan
guage in my presence, where I could call him to
to account." Trumbull's truths must have
galled terribly. Again Mr. Douglas said cf
Lincoln and Trumbnll both :
I will errand their falsehood as they de
serve, and I will meet the responsibility, (A
voice ' That is the talk,') notwithstanding Mr.
Lincoln' exploits with broad swords, on his
trip to Missouri with Gen. Shields. (Loud ap
plause and laughter ) But I will not make a
blackguard of myself by imitatiog the course
they have pursued against me."
Pittsburgh and Cleveland R. R.
Amasa Stone, we learn
Wheeling Intelligencer, has been elected Presi
dent of the Pitourgh and Cleveland Railroad,
vice James Fanner, late incumbent. The old
Superintendent, Secretary, Auditor, ia., were
re-appointed. The road is under the control of
Bond Holders, who at present control its ac
tions financially more particularlv. Cutcui
SUA Com , 18:.
Tbe above news from abroad is bogus, every
line. Mr. Stone has been elected President of
the C.evcland and Erie Road Mr. Farmer is
daily discharging tbe duties of President of the
Cleveland and Pittsburgh there has been no
Superintendent appointed since the resignation
of Mr. Durand there has been no re-appoint-
ment of Secretary, Auditor, Ac., of 'ate and the
raad is not " under tbe control of the Bond
Holders. How so many error could creep
into one paragraph and into the Commercial, ia
Third Excursion to Put-in Bay.
Another Pic-Nic Excursion to Put-tn-Bay is
on foot, to take place oa the 24th insL Th
Fire Department of Detroit and citizens will
come down to the Bay on the Ocean, and it is
expected that the Fire Department of Toledo
and Sandusky will join in the file. The May
Quert, Capt. Viger, has been chartered to
take up a load from Cleveland, and will leave
at i past seven the morning of tbe 24th. A
gay and good time is anticipated.
Coluhblaxa Cot" ntt. The popular vote
system prevails in making nominations in Co
lumbiana county. The Republican Convention
tact at Xew Lisbon on the 16th, and upon
counting the return it was found that Mr.
Lodge was nominated for Auditor, Mr. Farek
for Commissioner, and Mr. Filson for Infirmary
Director. For Common Pleas Judge of the
district composed of the counties of Stark, Co
lumbiana, and Carroll, 23 of the Columbiana
delegate elected are in favor of Mr. Church,
and 7 for Mr. Tripp. For Congress, Mr. Bing
ham received 14 townships, and Mr. Eckley 4,
Mi. WaJsworth declined being a candidate be
fore the election of delegate was held in Co
lumbiana. W are gratified to learn that a spirit of har
mony prevailed in the Convention, which waa
well attended; and that th Republican confi
dently expect to increaa their majority thi
11 to 1200 ia Old Columbian
Third Excursion to Put-in Bay. Cuyahoga County Historical Society---Interesting
Letter from Capt. Stanton Sholes.
We are indebted to the kindness of SccreU
ry Bask, for permission to publish the following
reminiscences of Cleveland in 1813, from the
pen of a venerable citizen of Ohio, himself the
relic of a generation having but few represen
tatives among the living. Although eighty
even years of age, the old fashioned, plain
manuscript of Capt. Shoi.es would put to to
blush many of the modern ly educated who fur-
nUh almost illegible scrawls for the press; and
his mind is a perfect store-house of facts, inci
dents, and personal adventures of the past and
present century. In person he is tall, erect.
and dignified, and in manners a gentleman o
the old school. A native of Connecticut, in
vigjrous manhood Capt. Sholes became a citi
zen of Western Pennsylvania, and a defender
of the Lake frontier in the War of 1812 ser
vices which were properly acknowledged at the
last session of Congress by the passage of
special bounty act in bis behalf. After the wai
Capt. S. engaged in mercautile pursuits, an
considerably over a quarter of a century ago
was a successful merchant in Medina, Elyria,
and Amherst, Lorain county, where he built
one of the pleasantest of rural homes. Capt
Sholes sulsequently became a pioneer settler
in tbe farther West of the Mississippi Valley
and from thence returned to Franklin County,
Ohio. For a number of years past he has been
a resjx-cted citizen of Columbus, and in the en
joyment of a competence, and the society of
companion younger in years who ministers
with a wife's devotion to Lis every want, the
till active veteran reads of the present and pon
dcrs and talks of the past, resignedly awaiting
the final summons all must obey.
Capt. Sholes, it was recently stated by tbe
Columbus Fact, is one of the few survivors of
the party who accompanied Robert Fulton on
his first steam vessel trip on the Hudson. The
other survivors arc reported to be the Dean of
Ripon in England, and John Q Wilson, of
A'biny. At the celebration of the anniversary
of the Fort Griswo'd massacre a year or two
since Capt S. visited Connecticut to attend it,
and a as among the "observed of the observers'
on tbe interesting occasion.
Jons Bae. Esq., Secretary of lie Cuyahoga
Ctwaiy ttistorual benrly :
Dial Sit : A compliance with your request
will carry me back half a century. At this
time of my life (87) and almost blind, oft my
right band refuses its office, yet my memory
holds quite good. Such matters as memory has
in keeping, with a trembling hand, shall It
faithfully given to the honorable Society.
About the 3d of May, 1813, 1 received orders
from tbe War Department to march my Com
pany, then at iieavertown, Pennsylvania, to
Cleveland, Ohio, to aid in the defence of the
frontier, and to establish a miltary post on the
Lake shore. I arrived a Cleveland with nay
Company on the 10th, and there found Major
Jessup and two or three companies of militia,
called out some months before for the defence
of that point. I halted my Company between
Maj. Carter's and the house of Mr. Wallace, and
was met by Gov. Meigs, of the State, who gave
me a mt cordial welcome, as did also the cit
izens. . Gov. M. took me to a place where my
Company could pitch their tents.
CLEVELAND IN 1813.
I was now in Cleveland in obedience to or
ders. I found na place of defence, no hospital,
but a forest of large timber, mostly chestnut,
standing between the Lake and tha Lake road.
There was a road that turned off between Mr.
Pen j and Maj Carter's, that led to the Point,
which was the only pla;e that the Like could
be seen from these few buildings. Tbe build
ings of this little cluster were all of wood, and
think none were painted. There were a few
families further back from the Lake roaJ, among
them L. Johnson acd Judge Kingsbury. Th
widow Walworth, or Ashbel, her son, kept the
Postofhce. Those that lived on the Lake road
were Maj. Carter, Mr. S. Perry, Mr. Wallace,
and a few other.
SICK AND WOUNDED—HOSPITAL ERECTED
On my arrival at Cleveland I found a number
sick and wounded. After Hull's surrender
they had been sent to Cleveland from Detroit,
and they were crowded into a log cabin, with no
one to care for them. I sent one or two of my
soldiers to their aid, as they had no friends
with them. There were two or three good car
penter's in my Company, and I set them to
work to build a hospital. Ws very soon got
a good frame 30 by 20 feet, smoothly and
tightly covered and floored with chestnut bark,
with two tier of bunks around the walls, and
doors and windows, and not a nail or screw, or
iron latch or hinge was used about the building.
cost to th government was a few extra ra
bona. In a short tune I had all tbe bunks
strawed, and the sick and wounded in good and
clean bunks to their great joy and somfcrt - but
! some of thera had fallen asleep.
STOCKADE FORT—BRITISH FLEET.
I next went to work and built a small stock
ade fort, about fifty yards from the bank of the
Lake, in the forest, the fort finished, I set
men to falling the timber along and near tbe
bank, rolling the logs and piling the brush near
brink, to form a breastwork- On the 14th
June a part of the British fleet appeared off
mouth of the Cuyahoga, with the apparent
design of landing. When they got within
about half a mile of the harbor the wind died
entirely away, and the vessels lay becalmed un
afternoon, when a terrible thunder-storm
up and drove them from our coast, and
saw them so more as enemies. Their object
to destroy the public or government boat
built and building in th Cuyahoga river,
other government stores.
VISIT OF GEN HARRISON.
About the middle of July, Gen. Harrison and
suite paid a visit to Cleveland, and made his
quarters at Maj. Carter's. His suite were
Samuel Huntington, Paymaster of the Ar
and Ex-Govemor ot Ohio: Mai. Georire
Tod, Maj. Jeseup, and one or txo more, inclu
ding Lot. vt ood, who was shortly after killed ia
battle. He was a brave officer. Gen. Harri
son, in his stay at this station, took great care
scruuuiAe cveryiaing mat nan been done lor
defence ; and after three day the General
suite left Cleveland a tbey found it to re
turn to the army, then at the mouth of the
Maumee Ktver. Gen. Harrison was very kindly
received on bis arrival at Cleveland, and not a
person came in from different part of ths
country to pay their respects to the Cominan-
hief of tbe orth western Army.
EFFECT OF NEWS—GRATITUDE.
After Gen. Harrison left nothing worthy "of
now occurrea, except now ana tnen when the
news of victory to the American arms wa re
ceived, which alway erased srreat ioy and ra
joicing to citizens and soldiers. I cannot omit
here to mention tbe debt of gratitude I owe to
then citizens of Cleveland for their kindnes
courtesy toward myself and Company offi
cers, during the few months we were stationed
among them, forty-five year ago.
FEVER AND AGUE—FRIGHT BY DEAD INDIAN.
Sometime in July I was attacked with th
fever and ague. Doctor Long lived in a small
Douse about nan way Irom atsj. Carter s to the
point, and near to my camp. One day feeling
ague coming on I stepped in to Dr. L 's
was not at home, and Mrs. Lonsr eeina ma
shake requested me to lie down on the bed. I
her if sbe had a bed above I would. TJp
stairs I went, slipped off my coat and boots,
on the bed, and pulled tbe clothe over me.
a soon a tbe shake waa off dropped
asleep. On awaking I smelt something very
sickening, and turning my face over the bed
discovered something stretched along on th
fl.mr between me and tbe wall. It wa a human
frame, every bone in it place !. Half stupified
bv siren and disease I razed until I veri
thought I was dead and they had buried me by
the side ofsome one who bad gone before. Rous
in from mv letharf-y. I found that I wa alive
and bad been sleeping long side a dead man.
I was on tbe lower floor in quick step, fright
ening Mrs. L. by my haste. She soon learned
the cause, and very politely apologized for her
tjrgctfulnesa. The partially prepared skeleton
was that of an Indian hung at Cleveland for the
murder of a white man near Pipe Creek. I do
not know how the Indian came in the Doctor'
parrel : perhaps when they cut the halter the
Doctor caught him. At any rate, sleeping side
by side by the frame of an Indian not fully
cleaned is not a very pleasing remembrance
to carry along in the journey ot hie.
RATTLE OF LAKE ERIC—OFF TO MAUMEE.
I do not remember the death of any citizen
of Cleveland while I waa encamped with them.
I have nothing rcore in memory about my stay
there that I can raise from its long slumber.
except the Battle of the Tenth of September.
1 had received order lroru uen. Harrison on
tbe 8-h to break up the camp, gather all the
ffoveranieiit boats and stores, and with my Com
pany take them on to tbe mouth of Maumee
Kiver, and report to tbe Commander in-Chief.
In obedience to orders I commenced the work
on tbe 9th. The morning of th 10th of Sep
tember, 1813, will long be remembered by th
people of Cleveland whose ears were salu-ed
with the thunder of cannon that cams rolling
down the Lake, in a abort time the elemem
were hushed to silence. Peal upon peal re
ported to us that the bloody strife was then
lull blaze between the hostile fleets. The feel
ings of the listeners were, wound up very high
tor the fate of our gallant little fleet. 1 be el
ments were bushed to a dead silence, the Lake
wa like a sheet of glass, while the bloody strife
was raging on its bosom. After 12 al. the
port of cauuon began to slacken, and was beard
at interval until about 4 P. M , whea it eeased
altogether. The anxiety of the listeners
worked up almost to lreuzy for the fate of our
little fleet commanded by tbe youthful Perry.
Till the morn of tbe 1 1th, all eyes were turned
up the Lake road. At last a man on horseback
came at full speed crying " Victory ! Victory
Victory ! " This was enough for breakfast,
dinner and supper. The same day at 10 o'clock.
1 left the people in great glee, with my fleet cf
boats from tbe mouth of the Uuyahoga nver for
the Maumee, there to see the shattered ships
and tbe mangled combatants.
Jly trip up tbe L.ake would be ol no special
iuterest to the Historical Society. As 1 have
written Irom memory, errors may nave been
committed, and if the Society make any use
of the mamrsenpt, 1 bope tbey will be cor
rected. I am, Yours Respectfully
COLUMBUS, O., July, 1858.
The Murder and Suicide in Pittsfield.
The Elyria Democrat gives th circumstance
attending the extraordinary murder and suicide
committed in Lorain county last week. They
agree in tbe main with the account already
published. The continued drunkenness and
brutal treatment Mrs. Williams received from
her husband, and his success by persuasion and
threats, aided by a Cleveland lawyer, in finally
nducing her to relinquish the divorce suit, and
quit claim ber interest in the property, in con
sideration of certain promises made by William,
the supposition is d throned reason, and led her
to destroy her offspring and herself. The fol
lowing detail of the tragedy are derived, the
Democrat say, from the testimony taken before
the acting Coroner:
Mrs. Whitehead was not at home, and no
person staid there that night, except Mrs. Wil
liams and her daughter, who was deaf and
dumb, and another fittl girl some five or six
years of age. During the mirht, Mrs. Williams
look bcr daughter J illicit into tbe back room
and hung her by the neck with a strip of cloth.
iter cries awakened the little girl, who went in
to tbe room, and saw ber banging, tin. Vt il
iiams then took her down and put her into the
bed with the other girl. After tbey had gone to
leep, she must nave taxen ber to the barn, or
bung ber until she waa dead in the houre. for
when the little girl awoke, about four o'clock iu
the morning, she could find no one in the
house Sue went to the bouse of a neighbor,
near by, and a boy returned with her, and
searched the house all over. They then went
the log barn, ana lounil the mother hanging
from a projected log in the corner, and her lit
daughter banging from a pole in the barn.
Both wer dead
When the neighbors were aroused, they
lounu several letters on the table which she had
rittcn to different iersons, just previous to
committing tre nomj act. in one ol these she
' Ob, that anrjuish of heart I will have. No
friends none ! " This was written with a pea.
and immediately following was this sentence.
nt'-en witb a pencil: "1 do not wish to live.
cannot. 1 do not know half the time what I
In another letter she says: " Benjamin Wil
liams, (her hn -band,) has done all he can to in
jure me, I Hit it will soon be at an end. I am
almost done with trouble in thi world. The
next cannot be any worse than it has been in
this. I cannot live in this world I will not."
"I never felt so willing to die
I do now."
One ot the lettct addressed to her husband,
Contains this passage:
I have but a few words to say. I have al
ways prayed in my heart to do what is right.
Whatsoever you did, I always laid I must try
do my duty. I left you, in order to have
some peace of mind, but I found it not."
One letter was tound addvssseJ to Ii. X. Bone,
charging him with being the mean of ber ruin;
it ia probable that bar boaband, bavins;, ey
means learned of tbe transaction, used the
arguments it afforded, to induce her to with
her divorce suit. Such we are informed
the fact, None of the letter found were
signed, but the handwnting wa proved to be
of Mrs. Williams.
She wa married to Mr. Williams in 1847,
ha undoubtedly suffered enough violence
cruelty to craze any ordinary brain; and she
this rnethed to separate herself from the
who bad driven her to madness, and rather
leave her daughter in his care, she, with a
desperate nerve, took her innocent life also.
was much respected in f ituneld, and had
sympathy of all her neighbor, in her en
durance of tbe cruel treatment of her husband.
The scamp. Rose, who waa implicated in tbe
Pittsfield tragedy, wa arrested last Monday and
before a magistrate in Wellington, charged
committing adultery with Mrs. William,
wa alleged to be insane. Our informant
that a large portion of the male popula
tion of Pittsfield was in attendance at the trial,
that tbe greatest excitement prevailed
them. We have not learned the result
the examination, but circumstances indicate
Rose was employed by William to seduce
wife, that he might defeat her petition for
divorce and alimony. We hope he may be
brought to severe punishment.
Stoning the Caxs. On Thursday evening
last week, as trie down train on toe C a,, as
R. R (wbica bad been hindered an hour or
in consequence of the damage at ew.
was between Wolf Creek and Clinton, a
of stones was thrown at tbe ears. On
passenger waa bit bj a stone; and Mr. John
the Engineer, was hit on the nose and
Ladlv buit; so much so, that the Conduc
tor wa obliged to return to Akron for another
Engineer, and the train wa detained at Clinton
Mr. Rice had his nose deeply cut by th
wnicn nit tym. me wound was dressed
Dr. A. Zipperiing, and Mr. Bice is doing
is to be hoped that the malicious seoon
who committed this unprovoked outrage,
be letected and punished as they deserve.-
Bot Diowxed. A German lad by the nam
Hider, was drowned in French Creek, Shef
last Wednesdav. He was picking- Black
on the premises of Mr. Griebel, and
him coming, he ran into the water to
and not being able to iwim, he was
drowned. Ue was about 14 years of age.
Sad. A few days atzo. Un. Steven, wife of
Steven, m , an old and respected citixen
ofOrreoa Towiuhip, reniJing about li milea
londota, on too road to noodnlle, waa
frightened by the action of a fraetioa faore
ilr. a. wa dnvine. and lamped from tne
bafffry, breaking on of her leg near the an
kle. Unfortunately, rnoitincation ensued, and
ladj died on Sunday A. Toledo BUM.
A Smash cr on thi L. M.iC.tl BS
Four freight train left this city for Cincinnati
over the L. M. k C. & X. railroad yesterday
morning about the same hour. A short distance
this side of Xenia a slisht accident detained the
second train a short time, the conductor of
which immediately sent signals hack for the
other trains to stop ; but it appears tbe signals
were not seen, and the consequence wa lhat
the third train ran into tbe second, throwing
several car from the track, smashing a locomo
tive and several cars. We have not beard of
any person being seriously injured by the acci
dent, although it seems almost impossible that
all on board should have escaped unhurt Co-
turns y talesman
Ssxiac Accident. Last Thursday, Mr. P.
DeLaney, of Black River, who wa employed
in Osgood' Steam Mill, was engaged ia adjust
ing a bel', while tbe machinery was in motion,
and by some means got his left arm caught be
tween the belt and cylinder" and came very near
hoinrr inat.ntlw IrilU, R f h rrretst Ylfinna
he succeeded in diMnijaAnnjf hi mac If from the
machinery, but his arm wa literally crushed
The next daj it was amputated near the shoul
der by I'r. Strong, and the patient w nor doing
well. r.A'yrtA JJcm.
Me-:s- T7BITOR? Ym wl!I please ann-anoe the amr I
of V. U lLLSwN. of Maviiv'd. as riiadu tie fnr Oumr I
Ctnm fci"iT. sutijed u Uis dts:ijuL uf tu County CuA- I
fcjiii-m. rHl utjiije
aul id MANY VOTERS.
Fd;tor Lead::i Plraa announce that WARRr.N G.
SlKl'MAN. a Lersoa mi:T'Uuiatfd i:ii l.'ie mdrro v-
tui ul clt-c'ioiie rrina. wtli ue Drewntnl to tur Rr-tii hii n
County Couveuliuo. ai a candidal e lr ih" i.rtire t s.n-r.tl.
D) nil JIA.M iHlh.M
FDfT"R MoaNlxo T.EDrR Pleaa? announce t:ie name
of DAVID 1, Wlt;HTM4N. as a ui :!- cand lat e lor
the ulfrv t-i Slientf, sutje t to the uecia.ou of itic Ua-uiju-
ciu i U'i:r iiTeuiiou. ami t,b.ife
auldkwlt- M ANY VOTERS.
r?-JAlFS A CRAW, of C! ere land, will be presented
ti i .ir Ke:"iMi 'iu 'miT Cfutrni too., as a eadi -ale lur
the trflit-j tl ishcrttf bT
sl julil HIS FRIENDS
Editor or tit, Lfuder P!en-e inwrt the name f AL-
DKN 11 . t OMSrotsk. ot Bv-dl.mi. lor the trtf.ee f Sheriff.
subject 'o I he dccisiiMa of luu Ciuuiy C JQen i n, and muLt
In Connmnt. Ausuit l.Vh. Mr. At.KX AXDKH PKIL-
I.irsaul MM JIAkliAHKT &l IHLkLi.Ni), al Luu
UUB, I.. W .
! C.-ciw-int. Aim lrh. Mr DAVID CL'BTIfS an
nin A.. J1AH1 A J! AK11M, Dutk Ul rierpoat.
In Flrria. A,imt Mr J TI nnl.IKdV aj Vim
JOA..l. LIWION, bota at Elyria.
In Akron. Aw S.h. Mr JOHN XI GETKB.nJ Mia
ALIit,IA A.ALUK. butAot AAna.
In M:MIl,nrr. Anna! 11th. Mr. C B H tWI EV
new llrru, Ll.,aaa JH1U aAl,i.v JI.CU1 lfc.Ji.
In Akron. Aum 12th. Mr. W. W. COOK aftj Mm C.
A MlAtt , uhii el AArua.
In thteir,oa h 1 ih init.. ALBERT H , ynuivfeat sua
a. n . aau w.i.uviu n. Au:riBua. fma lit fuoulna.
Funeral thoa ajtarnooB, at I o'cUck, rat the rea.deaca of
Um para til at Ii Wood street. All lb lrMds ait lontrd
On eftiettai!arnAi Auiuat 1-th na rci I r
truant dufhser ol Laid B auU Can. E. &cx.ta, agud 8 j
Funeral oa Fndar afternoon, a . art 2iib. at 3 cVlock
Irom raaideore, 292 Prospect "Urxt Fneoda of the frsiil)
ara raapeeuuiif inTitcd to tstteotl.
In roBaaanl. Auau&t lh Mr civnw nu.ia.-u ,
At I.lttla M'lUntin. Au'uat Klh HCKBTsTTT IUV
Alkh.V dauj4itr of LLaxiri ti. aul Jul .a Aikj. utd
In Etvria. Aueusi imh iriRrV7ti r uiuiim ru
At JottBsoa'i Cornra. Anc 12 h JEWVIE IDA Mil Tj? I
unif daiAnur of Wi.haja H. and Alice 3 Mum, aged two I
ft Co?ett nr. Aiif. lft h. Mn. HANNAH kl.ROi:KV I
ih aaaaj UK Ul . A- Ml. 1 1 UUUtB, agOU )lsn.
In FlndsoQ of coasani-itaD. Aueuat 8'k. Ui JOHV W
K, LrALL, pnmer.
He learaed the baataeaa ia tke OW Atlas office E'jna,
sod ia IHi became Foreman of tho E'jrria Comner taUb-
aUament. Mr. U. was murk re peeled, and waa one of tie ;
ttirVAt f.tirifijt of men
T? OR SAL E A FAMILY CAR
JL. KlAiiE mw and veil nade a ao, a eeeund-aaa4
op Dl'lfbl, a SLklbH, MOILjK' KOI. HiniH. f
an 0)93 BHATTi N MAaOW.
BLEACU'D & BROWN COTTONS, I
Sntei:n Width; brown and biearhed Tahle Lliwn;
iw, i ante Ljueav, a:., r.; in :Kn, a mou taTiainc
-uu ij uuuic-arirn, ti ui u warn mariei ts oe
1 UkJ yards MoomaU liainei at one ah i i me perard.
TNSUKANCE DIVIDEND. THE
A CON TIN kN f AL INNCKAMK COMPANY, of
ew Yurk, han g oerlared a dividrud u, fi't per cent, to
hIict botdera ?h se v are eniaitd o iarticiiar id th
profile, are nqueated to cjU at our ofiee and receive ther
pcrwtm hoMinx Vrip word in 1867, will at the eametiaie
bo paid in Cah, i.tterea oa the ine a tt.e rle of tn bee
cent aut9lo BHAYT'JN a IAMN.
of j ultL:
X AND 1NT RMEU1A1E FOlifS 0
ue suauacn fr ne ler 1
liA V Sl'ITE.
win leara on ai j hi a t am r.nnv.tl. awi teta.
Mstjengera ucEctcd to jtiwdroai, Balm and interaioditilo
For Fretent or Psirare. hp'f
CHA.1.HKKLI.X, CRAWFORD k CO.
' d 19? lrk M'-rwin etrre. narthe rr.de
A N ORDIxNAXCE FOR THE EX-
LARGE M EN T of the Cort-orate L-aji- of the Vl.
Uaceof CHAGHtN ALI-S. naael AurutV ltth. IKi
Be it nitintd Dm th' loxn Cmncil 9t t Vuiue or PW-
fnn FnHa, fimt t the text renral "kectKHi, i-i October.
ie. the ao iline-l eiectora ft autu ill are win vote oa the
tuiai errant. t ol the Corporal 10a Litvi: of ths Viliaca uf
vuagna e a 11k, acuniu&i; iu taw
v. n. Mavor.
C B RortGes. Ret--or'er nulh.il a 1H
VAXTED, BY A YOUXCr LADY
ft A SITUATION AS DW10SS MAKKa. u a Fry
vte Eamilr r h'p. Can I
si. 1 iaT at ree.
en lor two dafs oclv ax No
N llW.of the Grand Un-ted Order of ODD FEL-
Oa FrUay Srpt. 3d
hoTtar of tbe Forarteonth Slectinr of the Ancval More-
ie C mm tlee. to be held to tui. Cur. Ail aairi f ;
uruer are aoiitnieu : atieitu.
By order of
T a 191 WALTER TYT.ER. W O
OUE TO RENT. No. 8 Slier-
aulft dw i5
E I BALWIN k CO.
Olfiee of the Commiasi'iaera of Cavahoo Co.,
Cleveland, Auiuat is h. laoo.
NOTICE IS IIEREBY GIVEN, that
ia pa riuaoce tf aa art of the General AaeDub j vt T
!t.tr 01 Obio. pamO Apn lai. lp.. entilicu "Aa Art
Mead au act. paamm! Apnl 131b. 1b32. entitled act for
imi m"Bt ab- lzaiion ot Ail pMperl ia tui State.
lur leryioe 'ale, therrim, accordiar lo rtl Iru Talue in
wKinev.' "tua 1'oaimL.sHiaeni, at Iheir Juue aesnua, lrM.
timiird trie City H CleteuaU islotlipa Diatricia, as lot.
IHltf.l and 3J Wanla to c atatttata the !E District
Thetto.6 h. 6::i aoU Tttt W.rOa
Tha leti.Sth. 10h Bod 11th Wr.l t -
Faca TowBAlua la tha County e n-titutra a aenarala Dav
. W1LLMI lll.L.K. .
COWLES, k CO., keep constact-
1J. IronhACj.attheLtAIlKHJUbHDOM tne follow
cAlaloe-aaol Papar. which they oaer at feuara uncaafa
LOOK AND XEWSPAPER We are prtrored to fnrniel
w, j iwl liook Pnntinc paper, of ranom aiaea and sradea
COLORED PAPERS Of ovenr depfi.. inrluJ n.
le, iX-ui Meaiwja aoti Meaiiun, w aii rraltit.. j
Hi INTERS SIZED PAPERS-Inrlnrfin- Plant ..!
faritet ana cAiMrcial Voml. a onieU aiui a iitlaiM.
EOkEK-N PAPERS Inelodiae Errnv-li. Enrliah eivd
GerBtan EotioPct.tuued ml tlal. Parket ajid ('os2iAaarria
roA.C'NiiiTierriaj and ainaal iNoie, ieiler raj-er, UobbM
Parket Poat.kx., tr
POUbHtb COLORED PAPER?-IisrlivJitw all ro tort
enrnmon .ntHiiom. .xtra buper-nral f uiyie, l itramanna
ureea. ocar iei, ac. sc. a,aaaeiei raper m vartov
Ilnd:rirIeealfaB. Arr-on? Pawr
German Paper, Kiroru Paper, Fuoivrnp, Parket Poet, C ra
mercial Puai, Leuer, Coiniiicrcia. and Packet Note. Bata,
. kc, ol all rradea and atiaalea. American. Ene is
Freorii, and Csenmaa MaAauiacturera, by tne ream, cwa c
mil's itKs i. a kit a larjre aason merit, irwiuainr sr.
Doubia Erenrh Eriameleii. Eaameied. Porrelain Sattu
Sunaae, lorj and Cliina, ft lute sunace Cams, in .neete f
torecular sues: aleo. kaitroa) Card. heaj, anuexia
Comnwm Coioreu laJa. White Printera' Oard. fee
tale bv toe ce or awaller t)uanuir. Any isarueulai
or st i ilel'immneu loonier.
LAN ft BOOKS of all kiuiltoohaiHl or ma.Vlo orJer.
BHONZES A we now buy largely t bntb Enelisli eoi4
tieruaa Hrunzee, we are previarrti to otfertbeoi al aaiavor
able nnrew nanny otner houave in the eon atty.
PUINrKHS (SK. VlkMSH-"..nrantlT on hand
PLAIN AND ORNA MENTAL PklNTINO
. ... w
"ALL PAPER AND WINDOW
MIA 1E W toolesale and H t .il-t encea to uil
iut bl S ifv-rine 5reet
"VVLXDOW SHADES. JUST RE-
T -cired. a laje a9rarla.eiit oi the Uleat ttylea o
lea, BaJ avl While Holland, vnou wvl:r9
BONNETS The whole totk at any
pnea. W. WAHUk.N. J
iu'.Zt N... I'SnnerKir St
TRISH LINENS i LINEN SHEET-
IN(jS.We hawt 10 atnre a lull Dwnrrt mrnt of I nth
t our own import a it, ro TinetH-ii:c at 3 centa a
A Ivo lull wit! k B-iraley Linen Seetiucooly :
worth oue d o ' : a r a wurd. a larrc aaaur ment at
Bed . Jiiufo$l.t-ca.
r!4 ewTner Sntveno.-itf . Pu'-lic Sqnare.
COUaNTKV MEKCHANTfiJ wUl find
ta bnreal and reaneat atoca otT
V eat llf. ad
Al EETTBEBO HALSMANN S,
CLEVELAND FEMALE SEMINARY.
i. ii" 'V.
Ts -i-'?- r-
S. N. SA3TF0RD, A M.t Principal.
Thi IrwtitnttOB 1 abnat to enter rpon is FIFTH YEAR w,t a refutation rare'r -t-4 in iwire or Ihrire ihit
!m. fttuateti as it is ia aer retire) oort-i of tha Bean r 'it K'T finr. with Li-euane auU BeariUiMuv sfiail-d
Gm-iMl, M and Srarioa Edit-, E)e-.a-itlT ft-sbei :iivi t'arinhi. abundant !t ,uDp:ied, in all ra puta with PL' k
bPRE.Su WATLH, having an eita siva ro lection ot Apparatus, atxl a Lajtte Curua of
EXPERIENCED AXD SUCCESSFUL INSTRUCTORS,
It sf - a,lvntP suit TVrrn mm A annal lawl sat lnlinlin in tks fimnit. a - i it . . i ,
hotti Cltind (--.mw ..1 . ct F an'- 1. JLiw,n t s.tW ' B,i " -"Mfe ul
l n trnnrvjat and n Ukift win riT- tpe-r tei aitemi w mine r-tvPtr-ai. nte'lerrna, it.tj Mir-il winfa of thote ofn
mirie t to theirire. K.xt"deJ rrturas of I.ertur.-a uin earii il tfie Irjilina; tirrnchs of Natural Science will be de
livered bf the Fn isciial, so miad duti'isT a portion ot tlte Toftn by I'roi. S Ail L ST. JOHN, L L D w ttie College f
PtiTairiacs and Sort-eons, New York City.
BOARD anj IL'ITION il English and Clasairal Coon, $100 -r Tj.tu. -jar, Me ia atlvaoce.
Kex Trn rvuitmeoct Tnttrsdar, FeptambT h. 1, and cnntiu-ie-t Twenty Week.
Pur fnnherlnf.Tmation.or Aimminn.apnl-r to jTlfcifcwrS S. x. S AS POKU. Priiu it!
A X 3VOUXCE .11 E a T
T EWI3, EAST0X & CO, HAVE THIS PAY OPENED IX THEIR
A'o. 91 illarble ISlork, Superior Street,
AamI are i-veand o et'aiUt a cuuipitta a-Mrtueoi 01
FOREIGX & DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
T.whuVhv inYitoth? atr-n'i mi ,f Purch-iser TVir t-k hvu; Winiar--h3J unjrr .bem-j.t Ur
re, en-kbles ihr-m lo gir GREAT BARGAINS, in a Inrst- Moilveul ui Nov ltieiu '
Drrtr Goodi, Lawns. Berates, French Jiconsts, Organ,'. Rjbes, Ladies TtaceHuf Dress Goods
Ck-ntz Brilliants, worth 50 c!s., fo 31 els ; VsT , vanh IS its . for Ylcis. '
FANCY SiLK.3, at the ncwcM u.l most novel f.atl?rit, suiuc a;M t cnta pel yatj
BiMhuA.cebii-dituike; Oil Boiietl tiro de Ruine, g-o.l .lalnr. atairta'per ard.
SUA V L .S .
STELLA, BHX'IM, CASHMERE, Till BET, CRAPk., ki- . kc.
HOUSE KURXI S II I X O GOODS.
good war tin; nt PUloie Lin?t Linen Sk'etin, Damask, Jtapkuu, OoyUs, 4c t 4r
d. tted aivd plrun SWISS JACONET;
Ol evcrT.Wru.ii.-i NA.NSOOkvS, plaia and r hecked
tixurrd BK.i.LJ A.N fS.
Embroidered Setts, Mourning Setts, Muslim Collars, French Collars.
LACES, TRIMAIIXUS. BUTTONS, dkc.( 4c., 4c.
A targe stock, UaliHk iuTit particar atei.ti 'n
Brown and Ble.cheil 3hetin and Sh rtiniM,
Summer tutfi IVir 4.'o,.t anl PanU,
Lincu Dull ami Ducks.
Cloths, Ciis.-i.meTtM aoj Testings.
HOSIERY, GLOVES, MITTS.
And a Usee astoitmetU ol
BIBB 0 17 S ,
Together witk a Lanre iot ol oclier g jmIk too numerous to met.tia.
I Pu'rltasers will tiuj j .n ..... . ........
beiitg Enluriew. ' " " - "wnwi.wiwaiuwuww 10 .Ouw, our ot
M.EWIS, EJSTO.V 4 CO.,
MARBLE STORE, No. 91 SUPERIOR ST.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
ProptwiiU will he received at tiie offiuf tr-
r-iiit-r ui 'lie tliy t I 1 T- uil'il 11 n"(
.. AUfiju.m. itvaH, i .r tne J.UILDING tK A sEWE
Laai kiier slreel; iu. ijr HuiidAiur m.r . vi.,..,
riana.rp n-rait ns. and farther 'nf.nniti n l
provetncntB invite Ue nr.l....o n n k,.i .
y order ol ue B-.rd.
C. l. BISHOP.
t'tv Civil Viiai eer.
Notice to Contractirs.
OlhcsAt the CfflniM nmii Cuv;boa Co
Clevlaud. A'jAt 14. irA-i 1
CEALED PROPOSALS will be re
ceieod al tM office aniil ti.e 7ch d:ir of V;f mf
atjlS dlw Tn
HI. UK A MHr.MiK ,vrr th i h.rm rL WZ.
Plaua ar.d Spccinca'fjtia ot' the work an hs -.1
By order of the Bo-m)
jaiLLlAM FULLER. Cl-rfc
mmYii i k - I ' n'J1Ual coue nt. Thebusin-awiU
C. S PREX'OTT.
S 1. PRKSCOl 1,
G ii. PREft'oTf,
CleeolanJ, July 1, Wig. j" k (j. M.LLPEK.
The mbrrlrvr v. 11 e- m,..,, iK. msnn
i-r ci c- l- uL-iA .... "
atvte 0 PRfcLOrib n CM AE.
C. -S PRECOTT,
!. D. PRhX i ll T,
G G. Pl( 1 s ui f.
I 1 1 ru icl
Clevelan.1. TnW 1st. ait'lotwfcd 103
LUT JUL. 30, AT ABULT 12
O'cl-trk. on -he Piunk kmri fmm riMVu.u..v...
buifii. between the lolGaieand AnerK:a H .me. an old
.iir, cun imiti ae 9 s.n-i Dte. one $ ' U0
Wsa - ntcro ww arMu a 16 aue. and
valuable pan, an Am:rx-an Hall l.li r all 01
n ot; 10.1c to Mr Joacidl Ad -tu Any ini irnalin
, -m iriMi Eiii. r eoverr 4 itie rule Aloanaie and
- in iiucisuij rcwerueu.
ITOR HUrKALO THRU CRTS
UHOI.T I.AXD1.NU -Tho n,w rut l.rw prrwor.
k, iol,ow onuMuria.- on M.Nklar. Aaa.t : i-
uniu foot in .su janur ir-t rrrr Mas-
, m .mmj ,WU lilStaj. f-. jM -
t attia PrnMatee
LVrk " .7
For p iace or freight applr tn
aue-:dlm VM HNA. GARRETSOS k CO
VHIPPLE'S PATENT POitX
V Ul.bl SAW 1 r I 1 -i 1 ., 1 . ,
Portfthk- Saw Mll hdud au aut r nm ni.n ....k
, iT",1""-. A1- " '"" 1 t'H bisk 'w A.
AHhr.L :iJ:.-a tm -n, u vrcs.:.l b, cll-
,''B,XT H F,J fur.,,T ,nf. m..... . ..i,.
2.i, P f, CAsLiLEUHII-H I-
LINSEED OIL 30 bbls.LlXSEED
Oil, ia itaua ovaar, fcr ka! by
SMITH k PITS AM.
REMOVAL. A- R. REL'MNU.
Mrchint Tailor, ha rrranvml hi tailot lie eaMi,h
aKttoNo 3S Proaoert St , in Baader's Hloct. waere he
r-e hADoy to ea hia old Inenoji. Ite l r-re-perni a,
to make Ciothiug iu ilta Uteat and moat hnun.nabla
in'l -:Jtr S
(pOPAKXMiKfisHlP. THB "(Joder
a:r. MrnM rrhaeed n H Stailer hia ..... SZ
muc funis. Iron ore antlutner artic eaoi Mtn haudia
my wn... crwsneu u?uu nu au.iacaut Ui tje li
uuiciuiucul j-irr in l Ltviir I9.rn nruwr a,.,..
by tne Cievcisnd a Putaouren H1 Kunj
; -11 loch ten in are now. tuTtiure. ;irei.- no-
iu sa u 1V4U fiuaa 1 ornwn to orpoit
npua niu wrun, wm receive whartw - he. ei.ir. haa
n m- revoteu. Ail peraons who ttl, oae tva u waar
it ptrtiun thereof for tmuneea puroue.. a ter the lat
in Cieviii!al Hmm iait..ar a. '
uratn a u t jeu. and nave tbu da? lur me, nrooart-
tor ine purpoec at itam umt um a hoi aau e ami km.
w - " artra khiiikw, uni.r r ine U ue aud
J. HOUCK at CO.. and would resi-vttuilv
ike patronatte o: ta-fe mm mar need artii- lee ia tneir line
Kuinicv. auu ( sail wbu Bt 0n ma laalr.ALasi at ih. ni.i
VAN PELT f J J. HOUCK k CO
Cleveland, Juneh, UiSH.
TO TH C flTBT Ii1
ne ent ,r 7rf ri, t
iei.njnjiiri. ui . eromtnetMiinc inem lo my rut
pu'-lic a mea worthy ot tttetr pntrontre. ad
co-indeul that they will eiHleavor to plesase an 7 satiaiv
will farorthem with thir 'jatntuae. I f.
mur. bt uiaaii u n ou e'iftiomera wbo bre dealt
m mw uiu e.anutt rr eeveral ira na-t . I
the -tteatifxt ot alls wa aa axe lotiftstfl
er ny nU or atttuumL, to rail and teitU tb nw wuh-
Clereiaivd. Jupe 4th junllrt&m !
DISSOLUTION NOTICE.-The fVT
nen.hii herefviore known a the tinat of lvNN-
a iiA mo J , ia ill- Q3V U1SV .VtlJ ttj
muiaalfNaauaent. Loutaand Henrv Snnn1 horn ret irie-froa.
HJMm. ul. . M.r,HnH..
A aat at, loal.
MORSE'S WHOLESALE and
R i 1 itncco mad Set ar tf.ore. ft a beea mnoeed to
He li offtnni f..f aaie Plu aiul Piue Cut ( hew
couiatUAf (Anxt ol ;h iotlowinc uoataoorot
eupr.vr m , uwi-r ine Amertmn Houae, wuere he
keeiiBrorataritiT ea hm-i the rhnirtit ami m t extensive
ot inpnnta ami t4nettc ecmra nad lobarr
rnatian'sromfoTl; Bonn's GM Leaf;
Hen's COiL-kem; I.nar:
Vt'trlil'aFair; Sal he Villerfia lilj
MalrhakervPremiuni; lenisea's Premium.
Alivi.renuine Meerihiuaa PiiMia. Turk-tun mmmi Uu-i
4oodwia me sut Chewinc Ttacco;
Srmoa'a do to
Aiaderaoa's do d
Waraiek. Brva. m Ca Fine Cat rnrwini;Tl.a-ro.
tteffarCa aa, Diinkinc Elk5, Piarmi Caxda.
For aa e by C. T. MORSE.
TV Cnaerthe Amriv-n Honee
BARGAINS IN DRY G00DS
vardabAlttos Prra. fnr eithi rwals BtarKr dowa
num. W. WAaRt'N,
N 15ft Saperinr Ut
EMBROIDERIES, LAC PS,
J. A. JOHNON-D. NOL'fiaE. ST-VGE MA.VAGEI
K U. MAKMl. MN M1KH 1K THOLPK,
WM. slicGILI TKKAsl'KKK OF IKOlPK.
Pail-ES Or ADM ASIo..
Irt-5" m-le and Fatquette, $0..r9
r-ti.itv Ciicle. 1
r nvai s H-.T.-a, iarae t.'e9
rnrate u xd9,iBUil, 5,410
Time ol Opeiuug, orl.M-k Pertornwnej to rnmmenre
at 9 mcIo. a. prt'Cttt-iy.
EV Kit Y NltiHT. and MTVBDAY AITERNOOX al
hail pant 2 o olova. -
ThursJiiy EveniBj;, Aucrust 19. 1858.
Will he performed, BQtwer'K Beaniii.,1 play ot' tha
LADT OF LYONS.
.LJiue Mm j 3larsli.
To rptvluiie wnti the Laabaute Farce of
31Y NEIGHBOR S WIFF.
JONATHAN SMITH HAST. C. W. MARSH.
TH2 SEA OF ICE
LAST MGtiT BIT TWO
Of tha tiieat
TLursday Evening, August 19tb, 1858,
Maiiat Lava a the Wtsartl's Pacs.
irvoan opea ax Kei iinnanca to eaaaaaa ea nre.
c:,. i at a .Vi. a.
. -r ti ir-.m '-.r.. ee fnrnniin.i "f ti. far tn.
STJEAM PHI ATI AG.
E. COWLES & CO. are prepared.
ai fifxaiM ana varieu aaMrtaieitt of Type m ta
est, to execute m a superior style everr desrnotioa of
Book and Job Fruitini?.
rom a Card ot a sirmle Una to a voiarno ot mm tlioosand
SEVERAL STEAM PRESSES.
wa are eiublej to do our work aroswtljr. oa abort antic.
.Mat LOW PRICES.
KvecT deacnMna, BOOK BI.SDINU aVra. ralh
AHTICILAR ATTENTION PAID TO GETTING IP
AXD ALL KINDS CP BLANK PRINTING.
We ari prepared to fiimil. everr desrriDttoa ot" PAPER
CARD, INK. BRO.NZK, mr , at EASTERN PRICES, for
AGENTS f.r the tale of BURR'S and Mi-CSEARTS
BOOK and rOI.OHEP IMC. JQt
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW
a-rrparrn.' ax a is new loratioa
Ao. 9 Bank Street, Weddelll House,
give hie customers and tha jablir
(ion RANr.41 v in iirvn vit
SEAMAN. Merchant Tailnr Atr't
VLEVtLni) SllK F1CT0RF. '
J. II. Irew & Co..
MANUe ArTl KEM OF
Flour, Bnckwheat and Grain
American Balldlnga, Clereland, Ohio.
SIAIILMS BAGS LWAY1 O-V HAND AT LOW-
m. d a r.i
, are prepare,!!, deliver from IM to 90,01
ainifc daw git
MRS. CAIN, AM BR OTT PE AND fl
XVLf,or,rE ARriNT. Naa Li;NDWu.rr I XX.
Hiin aide.) Cleveland, Ohio. dim li
A.NU ITS PHAMATI HR DECLINE.
Jnr fnhi,heri I3ra.. tbe Snrk rhnn.i-
FEW WORDS ON TIIE RA-
m. ii-oai i reai me nr. wunuat Medicine, or Speranator
rtiei or Loral Vil.ne, Xrtamai aWn ss.ion. Genital
i.eroua UertiUly. Impoteory, ami iinp.rdiiaata to
'nu ei-nrrjii if . v a vt. .ai a. r. M . O.
iinooriant tart that the aiaiiv aiarvaioe mmblainft
i n1 1 ok in uie mpruoenre
-.ilv renaored withoat Mi
demoBt4ratd: and the
irantRienr. aa jittontt Kti author m i .rni.i.
hy meant ot which every one ia eaahled to eer him eli
SwuttoaByaudreaa.Kra ia and pest free in a reeled
"7 reauiunc (pant paKl : two postasv at a rape. rtt
m l- saw aa var. a . l? aj - xi a.
Skeleton kirts-witu ad.
jiiatAl,!. raaatle arw loc r-ei td tkia da, he
. V. AHUAN. Nu luSoeanaviK.
Metta-iee, lam tht Mnall trtvrt I
tae eatirelr new ami hniy x I
ru OT lilt AUinor.IUllV eipiaiB- I
a- I JL
400(.YDS- 4,) in'ch wool
8 kavmonp aro ,
BARGAINS IV DRY GOODS
gHILLING PRINTS FOR
WWABREN.Na.lSO Senav at.
ett'w Uentreiaea. SILK W1APPEBS tor Oaitk V
mat rtaceivad by
E. I BALDWIN fc Co.
For Sale or Rent.
TWKLLINU TO RENT. A two
-MS toy Hon--, tm tin-on. ne ,r Fn.-I jr. t "!
li,t,alIVel. .U j-- l"f '
JL PKUI'F.KTV'. M Dr.l
S A LJi DESIRABLE
o-..n thjT aaa. .0. ui 1 in. amn ton, a i.et irait
t..J-- prj-ltr. r.r -, ,j. r, nou-iuj
i.a. Halt cjah down, aji Ui-imli,,, la unauals"r
meat arcruee) by m. r m oa :he preui.an-.
Call at hi- C.oiaet St.re oa Om wocd irJ:-.BVi!iltri
V:orill alre.-t. ,i.l!Mvl
FOR RENT A CO-TAGKi7fmM.
loot of Wood nreet. lonu.r: 01 V, u HHT ti
ooorto trie Pit (Jifire. null d 'v. WJ
POK KiiNT a desirable front OF-
JL lt"E on tiw wnwt frx-r. nejr the Mrcnaats' Hrak
on upen hf s.ceel.
KOLSE & JE.VVIXGS.
"POR KENT DWELLING- IWVSH
? ni; ? Ac '''' slrret. Pomi.m immctura:.
ITOK SALE A SPLENDID UNE
n.-rar- iir;H'i nJ TriJl
Sulkv l.tn.r- m rite
1. U.im Oal. e, Ali-rmiM si , he!
JQH D KOfKE FELLER
auitsrnber. at 1
t iilt: ln lift
IOR RENT. A LA KG K AND EL
- lain j Ha-a rU B-Kirui -g Huvirse, n..w afeli .it-a u
A port l.i ..f thr wh -I.- r,t rhr ltr.ii .ire milk' .,.,,( tu
lesswe, V -rtrther idtornr-t 0:1 iM-vat ii'l..ih. I li:
KV.MOliK COTTAGE TO RENT
. v...ruer adterr.4 r r -n: -ir.t-rs. a,-d r In
l"' W WAHHK.S. X 1:1 j.ipnr-rS-
VOK SALE CHEAP AN INTER
- vrai in 1 ue r ixiures Ki
Bi.-nt iMtfio Uv Dc-r re
we-'tr(i ( !U niii lietakt-n
Aiwre r. .. Uraw.'r ill
i-nfJ JToJ-ur IUH-tl
TOR KENT. ONK LARGE, CON
vemeatS nrr- nlu W.
hie Iir niatnirarturtiiit pun. ,; elo, m
aitajtetliA Hiirlisufa BUk oa Omacu Si.
Icam powrr. ttu i
IVOR SALE OR RENT A v.rv
JL dasinhte Hweilin Hi-its an. h In riKMnn, eoo-: bnr,,
iarastu.aad w.thin lou- miiuuta waiAol tl,. touil Uimu
rofcea!nn rum immrdiatelr.
tiiq nre 01 the unuersigiwd on thi" prrinie
. 1 11. t'HII.Ua. .No il HurrmSt
"POll SALE. A GOOD LTJgY",
, , , SlA.ND.kr. BE.V1S JIl'ilRW
tVHAX LITTLS. aiRAM a. LITTI.S. ZLh X. KlXtl.
f ITTLES & K EVES, Dealers in.
1. K.KAuL CrAT:-Oiu. . .i.r superior,! . I'leve
Una, o , ron.imulr on ftan.l a lurxe uu:ilii y oi vit
I armine Lands ia Iowa and Wi-romm. which wewill
ell low lor t ash, o. e.rhwiic:i-for Peraoual pruw-riT Cltv
oMunrTK1lJ;iaie nihTot; i
FAKMS EUR SAL I-. Four taruii
t vicinity nt'(,':raiianii pnrf irom Sl.lij to m
Abo,acal Houtwaaiut Luik Ulbe tuy lor aie er
A . a Woolen Factory. Saw Mill, x Dwelline
Hiue .ntl aia. r9or Inru at Bcdiord, 11' raiies cuti on (
P K- K , wiixdwe will Milt oa iouf tune, or kiU tt
ctaaTure t..rci'v profvrtv.
Alw. Saw M 11, Lort'ins M whine, H-rtite icd 30 acTe
Un.l.iuiieoiuoiic at.M tt R.,ai Aurora.
Also, 2 tine lamilv Hures. and seven! serond baa
w ewols ami Hnrnee. 11 lor aale very clep au4 a tun
creiiit will be jtiveu 11 Je- ired.
Alo. eveni gooi HoAes to rent.
matj-.m S Llf ILr.s KEYFg, oerGe 9up rt.
FOR RENT. A BAR SaTCQyVK
Bientlr lonte;.. Enquire 8 Suei.or St.
Alarm lrt, '5fm ilT dt- 6
ScholaTsIiTPs for sale in
'"" triat Coll. !. ctMuaiy. Oaital
1.1F0XX1T10X tU TM P0flir
To those Wanting Situations.
Uatha S.,a.ire. on.lrr J. H. IKwilt'. Dry Uoula
atuta, a lew doora a eat of Saiianor at.
BEGsS to inform the inhabitants of
i levelanu ami nnxj, bonne; towns j4 cities, tht hia
Loaji uee torauppitinr K:iun in wit: H- p, ami urot-an:.
ntuaiions tor nule ,t i.maie erTanr, rjuuU be inn in.r.1
Diivins evuirn vcara' eitwrifnce in th. r- v
SiliLio-scoutantiy oa auad mr tianienerx, IIll Bnva,
Drivers, fcc. aul
rA N T K 1 A first cla 8CU0 N'
" " ER, ot irvaa 'wa to lour huuiLreii tone hurt be a
ii" '-mi it; na sure m i.trnj
!"' Dniwr h C.vei umI. O. nl"tf-S
i"a"1 ' KISHKR-Hlatheao:, nrh.-e ia v.,
aea caBan4oilA6l.eniolo3in..i W. r-rni,
MANTILLA MAKERS WANTED.
Experwore.1 ,eweraon Mar.i.i'M tre v. .,uit lmme
J;T iniM I. K LLWIN m CO.
ftIO OOO ' ON E ' AD VAN 0.
st ami and w,eil ti own W A US ERS ( t EK E na Go J anJ
Silver WaTrl.es, Jrwelrv, iian. - ii. t ; 1. n P.-ila ki-
Bu-inws vJtiH-tlr cnrule O.iirc Xii TI Wnor st .-..m..
Superior (up Mira)ealh.ruu in lvr. 0;t-n tioa. S
M.todP. Al. Wsslrbes ami J.-wi- rv lor aj b iriea, -u
WM. WAI. .NEK.
myt3:dtif JLV. j.. C .m.;i-rr13l Br. Bant
HON OR TO AVilUM " HONOR," "" IS
11 K. Ttu.-vsf.to rem; thru we the (.'VTinkrd atsule
appitralioas al 1 Vion 4 4 o If-teili ace OOice and wsui-a
on iiin tol we rrr mi lUtu 1k rau.a not procure t anv
itui:.ua. Ho toen .ut up to 1 1HKK s I;.t, K'tsie o:
llrf wtvere wm ws-rf m)1 nniri with good .ictiaiicr- -n Irs ttin.
Iwsntv-lour iwiin sUtr niakinr; Mi.piicNtiua I.. 1.110. We nre
e m tins hit aunre
r-rf ru(i?tr.J il -...
are iuM,-arcQ of work iocu to r'::.er. liLi ,ta' .A ..
the corner ut Sopriot (Mii-et Li i,.hl!,-
L T k'KA R.N b.S
f. M It .NT.
rut: 0.1 k GHuvt: uoun't:.
ON UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS IS
OW op.;I Tin. i.l.,-e i- mrr .ijn. b. . oeli,r.
r.,v :i tl 1. j rool und itticsl .ru: rrirl .inriin; Hie so-ii-m.rmnili,.
"I herr i. i u p :ie in tl.e n-nnti 1 rht-i:y
which ort-i r r;- n ilirln!r ui rrrr a'.- ht f'r r lO-iln -Bteni.
P:nie, wi,tiiiia an afT.rn.inn . i.i,,,.,., .!
pleail w,:litl,e i-,-:t:e. aprilt-.t. '
,r" KKFKKSH HtM'i of en r, o irtt f. r-M el U
otJtroi J iH.t ZiCMIK.
r arnier frn ne iwiapLVn ti J . jimll .;Jm :ij
' BIRCli8 HOUSE
lor Pe.manrat aui Tracsiut
NO. 4 WATtil f.fi.EliT,
UUUUUb 1I0LSE, lolumbuv. tltiia
VEWLY FINISHED AND FUR
a tusnen ;
isneil mmI otf not to liuf oi.ttne in i -,. Haw. i
p..in -iiyl: e -anr j oe oni imrt o ra kt-tne Gil.
a hat i3Uui hi- tr-ive!cr i ' i.it:mPK -.t
Cnotiai oih S.ie. JAWESA. 1! A Ht L".
telrTif t JWtOLLIf.K. Prorrri ri.
fANHATTAN HUTEIj- .W 3,
aVra. j auu '. .uurru" atreet, J d'r irocn KroadWHT, on
juiii' tae rara.Acw Yurk. Ittiretnta e iinjr, Propris-Tora
. llBstins. laisrui hearistraet ll.is- umt H C r'l'j
DYING ECONOMY I OR BAR
aerw. B ASSET t HAIR DYE. a ?Teai danl r-t a
rxnreeaiy tor Burheia hewlii. Waiirh can he hniient in
larre or atuail qtuntiliKS. et nitr per cent than iu . n
Durrhaaa mm othr Jy in ihe xinirv Ht e n.al 'i
to pav SI tor ?u can t-t the Kim fi ;; mt hit rent-
ro farther tr the fame q-iaiititr. Vmi r:n (ter auy
'Uxdedeaire , Ir.-m lixM aiiade to l.rown ait; Ue and e
blarli, auusTire th lt 94iltlMClion tocu-itn:f.. In w
keepa a natiuat aiiota. .Di n. Kor ui W, lioteale aa
fatal he Wh. K. AMHl H 't4 Srt.-ior at.
ttiyi2.il.tf 5 l-esu(:-r'v aotliurwrd Airent.
HENDERSON'S HAIR KESTOK
AlIK Is in beo.fntii known ani tiius r i-
laineu. as tne lullouuiic er:i.-jie v. 'II ai.ow ir
be oMuDi-d ui i he sihs.-rin'r uiuter t.ie AQierit an
Houjme. ic tli City Prat e a. nt thtt!e.
iti oe toon's HalK RK-TC utivr The ai:der?TT'ed
batd an the t.p or ti.ei anils an . tlte r It jir va
and rapitllt arowine; tain all over tlij' litl, vihru
Wie. HruilrTtuo, ihe BirOei itin:riie 4meri.'an. ut
nhed hi-H ttiUy rel-l. rated Hair Ksxi.-rativ , 91 ii in a i-rt
the ltrs 01 ba'r mi. stnL-.w 1 ami 1 e liir hevn lo
and nw the pin e n oui h-aoa t 4 e:.Ui ly
is cuvered ai'UuPeaa' 01 .r wrmr iiltr r
rotnntenu Mr It. ndr.u - Rcsttutie. Wiievip? it to Se
l: aitii.-!; 01 .! a,!..' tu m ar ft
I IS PODGE. 31. D.
Cleveland. Jaa 2UU. U - e l uir
Boots and Shoes.
SPENCER & 3IELLEX.
WltOLCaiLS UZkLZtS IN
ROOTS a Tn STTfiT?
" ' - v -mv w j am. . v 1,,
No. 24 Water street, ClevelanJ, O.
irtcia L. r JIUJ.IK
I'ETT, BlT RGETT & CO .WH0LK
SALE I'KAlhK tN a.HVIS . iMMs ivntu
V Ate i fC.aiaai aMijAewk eia F.iuua
0O BIT?H. OF PURE REAPED
AyV Tt-BOthy Seed m received t! eh l leelnrid
J m a. it a sua
WILUSTXG RED TOP OR B0i
DESTROYER Tata -s the iroi -ffecnal rrn.s fm
ao'nirw mnrsnLat a known win jir-ia iroatwolo threw
uwi my u mm aaa. AC. m I. aiaic py
j if r air a SOM.
oi eood Ivy la the acre.
IarENTlCh.)f BLlil- URAfSTOR-
- ehartJ nia end ed To. 8el of pur. euAlilT cu
a,, ue iihum aA ..o. . U'HUW Street
J STAIR SON
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
fra .apDlr rt raoa-T, K au. Kane. all. let Lai-
ana jtaw .seeds, ail ut waica are c ea-i ail aura. It
eau lu.Bt utma auw .
pure ieU. E-ot aala ouxed wr ei ar.te.
. I SI AlH a SON,
2fZ Na Ontario a'reer
GKuL'ND JAVA COFFEE.
N0THER UPPLY OF THAT
eic!leut (Vi.dimI P.itTe not nu Kvtha t'tintnaa T. . rA
.vw Yurk and ao murk iikfd by those thit aava used
reccjvedat o Oulnrto r ree;.
auia-aiw J STATU ft SrV
ItcrowM wuh tht ienltitv a. th evn, Cwapra
Wei aMevtoanu Ui De touml m the m.rv.'i
4- AAOllM a CO.