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COWLES & CO.
TrEiSDAV MOKMNUt SEPT. 21
The Exciting Contest in Illinois.
" The combat deepens '." in the Prairie State,
and the two wings of the Putioerary re be
coming more and more antagon'stic. The split
peirailri the entire organization in the State,
and is bitter as well as personal. The Burhau
anites denounce Douglas without stint as a
rebel against tlie Democratic party, and a rene
gade not to be tolerated for a moment. TaVine
their cue from the Washington Vaiom, the organ
of the President, which declares otter opposi
tion to the " election of Mr. Lincoln and Mr.
Douglas, to Mr. Douglas and Mr Lincoln,' and
that the election of either " is not a question
for the Democracy to consider," as " they esn
make no concession in such cas.-s without an
adoption of heresy which it is their purpose
to condemn," the Buchanan wing wage fierce
war and are bringing their forces into practi
cal action. They have commenced to nominate
district and county tickets, and Judge Breese
has written a pointed letter to the editor of the
Belleville Democrat, pitching into Douglas as a
" conspirator,' and virtually announcing him
self as a candidate for the scat of the " Little
Giant." Ia the Quincy District, J. C Davis
has been nominated for Congress as the liu-hanan-Lecompton
and the Quincy Dailg Democrat has taken down
the Douglas State and Congressional nominees,
and run up the Buchanan. It also publishes
and supports an Anti-Douglas county ticket,
The Democrat is edited by Senator Car! in, son
of the Lite Gov. Carlin. " The following is one
of the resolutions adopted at a mass convention
of the Buccaneers recently held in the Sixth
Congressional District, and speaks the spirit of
the National Democracy in the State :
Resolve, That we whol'y repudiate the here
sies attempted to be forced by our Senator, S.
A. Douglas, on the Democracy of Illinois, and
particularly those promulgated in his recent
Freeport speech, believing the same to be Anti
Democratic, and eminently calculated, if not
designed, to sever the Illinois Democracy from
the Democracy of the Union, and to demoral
ize and finally overthrow it.
In the Third District the BocUananites have
nominated David LeRoy for Congress ; the
Douglasites Geo. W. Armstrong. The Chicago
Herald states that the Douglasites were anxious
to compromise with the Nationals, but their
offers were rejected. The Douglas split is not
confined to Illinois. In the North a portion of
the leading Democratic jourr.als sympathize
with D raglas, but as a general thing the party
press follows the lead of the Washington Union,
or is silent. In the Smth. sortie ut the abVtt
pipers denounce the attacks of the Administra
tion organ on Douglas. The lialeigh Standard,
Augusta Constitutionalist, Uichiuond Enquirer,
Examiner, and South SuU Democrat, the New .
Orleans Cresent, Delta, and True Delia, the
St. Louis Republican, und a number of hsser
lights revolve around Douglas. Their support,
in the main, is based on his annexation princi
ples and his fiUhusteriug jirnclivitics. The
great majority of tlu Sa'.liern newpapers, how
ever, of all shales of opinion, denounce him
violently. Meanwhile the " Little Giant" is
working like a Uerculas for votes in Illinois,
and the best informed admit that the chances
appear to hang in even seal's.
A Candidate Cornered.
Mr. Cox, who to disgracefully boxed the
compass on Lecompton, is a candidate for re
election in the C dumbus district, and is busy
stumping and button holeing every elector for
his oie. Ilia opponent is Mr. Case, of Licking,
and he managej to get tlie wiring in and wiring
out candidate to commit himself flat-footed
against the admission of Kansas as a State with
population less than 93,420. In a discussion
in Newark, AuguM Sstli, between Messrs. Case
id Cor t lie question was pressed, and Mr.
Cox filially declared that he " would not vote
for Kansas to be admitted cs a State till she
presents herself with a census, showing that
she has a ppu!ation of 93,420 souls!" The
deel ira;io got into the papers, and when the
trimmer fouud that the odious test had beearc
pudiated by nearly every other Democratic can
didate in Ohio, and that bis adherence to it was
diruaging hiin with the people, the Ohio States
man was authorized to deny that he had ever
maJe the declaration. The Capital City Fact,
heretofore advocating the re-eleciion of Mr. Cox
drops biua as a ''oad egg," and not only dc
nouuees the attempt to imjiOfe u,,on the credul
ity of the people, but clinches the impudent
falsehood on the cornered candidate by publish
ing the certificate of a respectable number of
the prominent Democrats and Republic; cs of
Newark who were present at the debate, and
heard and coted the langu ige u d by Mr. Cox
in his ri-ply to the direct question propounded
by his opponent. The Case is made out, and
the greatest of Ohio politieal weather-Coi is a
"fixed fact" fur once.
Reform Conventions and Resolutions.
The attempted reformations .f the evils of
the world by the agency of conventions
ad resolutions on would think had pretty
much bad their day. While the Reformers
agree that the world is in a very bad stata, in
convention they are a discordant in their views
touching the cause and the remedy as outsid
ers. At the recent convention in Ctico, Mrs.
Branch made out marriage to be tbe head and
front of evil ; Parker Pillsbury tfi r'rrs an 1 the
Pul pit ; S. 3. Foster the institution of Slavery ;
H. C. Wright the Bible ; and Andrew Jackson
Davis "that mysterious essence which lock
the innermost to the outermost." Each Re
former had his or her remeJy. Mrs. Branch's
remedy was divorce and Free Love ; Mr. l'il'
bury's the overthrow of tlie Press and Pulpit ;
Mr. Foster's abolition ; Mr. Wright's infidelity;
and Mr. Davis's a key to unlock the innermost
from the outermost, or tlie soul f:om the body.
After talking and discussing in about the old
strain, the convention finally adjourned with
out settling on a remedy for the evils of the
world ; and both will continue to jog on to
gether until tbe next Reform Free Meeting.
Pekssvlwsia Railxoid. The following
facts and figures give some idea of the magni
tude of the operations of the Pennsylvania
Railroad Company, which gives emphyment to
4,200 men. The workshop at Philadelphia,
Columbia, Harrisburg, Milflin, Altona, Cone
maugh and Pittsburgh employ 2,000 of tliesc,
and the remainder are distributed along the line
on the trains, dte. 679 miles of track are
owned by the company. Of this, 355 miles are
maitrack, 63 miles are second track, and 50
mils are sidelines. Tbe receipts per mile are
greater than on any other road in the country,
lb gross receipt being less only than those of
the New Tork Central, which is using 600 mile
of main track daily.
Srrroi.KBi.icE.- Sixteen Massachusetts banks
have resolved to sustain tbe Bank of Mutual
Redemption, Boston, and to withdraw deposit
from the Suffolk Bank as soon a forty banks
unite in tbe arrangement The co-operation of
New EnglanJ bank, generally is invited.
t"7"By reference to "Advertisement" on first
page, it will be seen that candidate Kellkt is
put with a characteristic proounciamento.
Reform Conventions and Resolutions. The Long Tailed Comet of 1858.
The great Comet now visible to the naked
eye soon afur sunset in the northwestern region
of the heavens, was first discovered by Dr. Do
nati, of Florence, on the 2d of June, and was firut
seen in this country on the 29ih of June by
Mr. Parkhurst, of New Jersey. The accounts
given by those learned in such matters differ
somewhat as to the statistics of the long tailed
stranger, which is supposed t a be the some time
expected Comet of Charles V. One account
puts its present distance at one hundred and
forty millions of miles, and states that it will
approach the earth within six millions of miles
Another that its distance from the earth at this
lime is eighty-seven millions of miles, thit its
tail is at least six millions of miles in length,
and that its velocity, when at its perihelion, the
point nearest to the sun, will be about one hun
dred and fify thousand miles an hour.
One account states that the Comet w ill reach
its perihelion the first week in October, and in
all probability will be a magnifieent sight; an
other that it passed its perihelion on the 13th of
SepU'iiiVr. It is also suggested from the simi
larity of ihe elements that the present Comet is
identical with Ihe comet of 17G4, whose period
is about thirty-one years. The comet known
as the comet of Charles V. was described by
Paul Fabricus as a "great and brilliant star,"
half as larjje as the moon, with a tail resembling
the flame of a torch agitated by the wind."
Wc are told that during the first week of Oc
tober the Comet will be of the most striking
brightness, possibly the largest of the century,
and at that time will be seen near Arcturas,
perhaps even surpassing that brilliaut star in
splendor. At the morning hour the Comet is
visible, about 4 A. M., the heavens piesent a
magnificent aspect. All the winter eonstella
tjoiis are to be seen. Orion, laaras, Gemini,
Sirius and Procvon, are revealed in all their
splenJor. Jup'fc-r and Saturn are also visible.
The sight is worth an early riling at least, and
the show is free to all but the slothful.
Union Fair at Bedford.
Not least among the many Industrial Exhibi
tions given this year will be the Union Fair, at
Bedford. A recent visit to that pleasant vil-
lage has convinced ns that the display at the
first annual meeting, on Thursday and Friday,
the 23d and 21th inst., will richly repay all who
The grounds are capacious, and prepared at
great expense. Ihe bociety have aiso secured
a tent 300 feet in circumferance, in which to ex
hibit '.he floral, mechanical and industrial depart
ments. The ring is not surpassed by any in the
county, being all that time and means could
make it. The entries are already nnmerous
and none need fear a disappointment.
On Friday Ussus E. Dodge will give an
impromptu song on the Fair grounds, and in
the evening will give one of bis popular cnter
taimut nU in the tent, which w ill be pretend
for the occasion.
The Cleveland and 1'ituburg llailroad will
carry at ball fare, the trip to Bedford is just a
plea ill-' iilo the country, the show will
be a g-oJ ..e, and our city friends cannct
spend a day or two with more profit or more
enjoyably than at the Union Fair. A train
will leave the lower depot at 6.0 A. M ai d
Ene'id street at 7 A. M., on the Fair days.
Returning, will leave Bedfoid at 9.20 P. M.
Union Fair at Bedford. Kidnapping at Oberlin--Fair Warning.
The kidnapping in broad daylight of a color
boy named Pri-"e, 18 or 20 years of age, from
Oberlin, on the 13:b inst., produced intense ex-
citement and speedy action on the part of the
utraged community, as may well be supposed.
The parties to the infamous transaction were an
unprincipled farmer living a few miles from the
town by the name of Bonton, who sent his
to hire Price to work on his farm, and un
der pretence of taking him home in his bug'y
preconcerted arrangement on the way deliv
ered his victim into the hands of two slave catch
ers from Kentucky, named Jacobs and Bacon,
U. S. Ileiutjr Marshal Lowe and oilier r
Davis of Columbus. Price was ironed and tak
to Wellington, iiiue miles, to await the cars
Coluubus. U. S. Commissioner Chittenden,
Columbus, issued the papers on which the
expected to consign young Trice
lite servitude. His rescue by the exaspera
citizens of Oberlin is already known, who
magnanimously permitted the begging Kei.tuck-
and their meaner Ohio slave hounds to
back with whole skins and unstrtt-hed
From a minute account of the affiir by a cor
respondent of the N. Y. Tribune, we clip the
closing paragraphs as a fair warning to all V.
officials and their tools who have hearts black
enough for paltry fees to betray and rob fellow
beings of tlie God given right to life, liberty,
the pursuit of happiness.
But to conclude. The whole line of oar re
turn march was triumphal. Nearly ev. ry farm
had emptied its nrenpants into the road
cheer and bless us, and we returned their
greetings in the warmest style. At home, the
town was out. In front of the Post Of
they joined ns in three terrific groans for
Democracy, and three glorious cheers for Lib
- In lront of the Palmer xlousc these were
repeated, andthenoue standingup, commanded
and spoke as follows: "Gentlemen, wc
not what may hereafter be attempted.
wc want to know who can be relied on. So
of ycu as will here solemnly pledge your
to rally on 102 instant ot an alarm, armed
ready to pursue and rescuo, say 'Aye:
Ihe response was cnaugn to make a man s
nairstaudup. Jt was repeated three tunes.
groans were given for Marshal Dayton,
whose voluntary correspondence the
fugitive's retreat wav discovered, as there are
best rrasons for believing. He wisely left
and kept away from Wellington. When
returns, if he dare return at all, he must
come penitent, or he may have serious
groaning to do for himself. The populace are
furious at him. Finally, it was voted
deafening unanimity that whoever laid
on a black man in this community, no
what tbe eIr of authority, would do so
tbe peril of his life ! If the occasion comes,
he seen that this was no empty talk. Wo
the slaveholder or Marshal that comes prowl
about Oberlin hereafter ! A fugitive can
not be taken from hen. A number of speeches
the crowd together until a late hour.
correspondent of the Sandusky Register
describing tbe rally to the rescue says :
enthusiasm manifested by the honest
along the read was indeed refreshing.
eoming into town with a load of flour
of the affair, and piling his loading over
fence took in twenty armed men and drove
Wellington. Another shoveled out s load
sand and did Ihe same. Gray headed old
brought their musket to the road and
the young ones to nse them if necessary.
short. th demonstration was a complete suc
1 ne moral or tut i quite obvious to any
vil : the Fugitive Slave Liw "can't be did,"
part ot toe Keserve at least.
Perilous Position of Two Lads.
TheCincinnari Gazette of Monday contain
following almost incredible item :
learn br a passenger orer the Ohio and
Mississippi Railroad, who arrired yesterday
that on Friday afternoon there was a
ascension fro n the Illinois State Fair
at Centralis. The aeronaut ascended
o'clock P. M. and at 6 o'clock deseenrled
10 mile soatheast of Centralio, and fss
teninaT hi balloon to a fenee went into a house
by for refreshment. While he was eat
ing, two bora, one 8 year old and the other 4
old, elambered into tbe car of tbe balloon
unfastened the rope. The balloon ascended
and when OJr informant left nothing
been heard from the young adventurer.
Record of Deaths.
Thomas A. Stewart, Esq , formerly editor and
proprietor of the Chicago Tribune, died at La
Porte, la., on the 15th, aged 33. Ilia disease
was consumption. Mr. Stewart was a good man
and editor, and a pioneer among Western pub
lishers. Dr. II. H. Bissell. of Buffalo, an o
physici in and resident, who for two generations
ministered to the wants of the afflicted, died on
the 16th inst. The venerable John Dunbar,
of Huron, aged 92 years and 6 months, died on
the Inch inst The deceased was born in Con
necticut and removed to Lenox, Massachusetts,
where he enlisted and served two years in the
war of the Revolution. lie removed from Ot
ego county, N. T., to Huron, Ohio, in 1847.
Dr. William Power, for thirty yean an am
inert pbyician in New Tork city, died on the
17th, ged 61. Thomas Hunt, one of the
early settlers of the White Water Valley, died
at his well known "Hunt Homestead" in Ham
ilton countv, on the 15th. Hi broad acres
were famous for corn, and Mr. H. had hosts
friends. Samuel Austin, prominent mer
chant of B.iston for half a century, and interest
ed ia establishing tlie first line of packets be
tween Boston and Liverpool, died last week,
aged 70. Mr. Austin was a fine specimen
the old school of Boston merchant. Edward
M. Isaacs, of New Ipswich, N. II., died on the
5th inst. Ill was a prominent business man
and politician, and in 1353 was supported by
the Whigs for Secretary of State. Henry
Williams, one of the best and most influenti;
citizens of Augusta, Me., died last week at the
age of 57. He was a large manufacturer.
Mrs. PUtt, wife of the Rev. Mr. Piatt, of Tole
do, died on the 16lh. Mrs. P. was a bright or
iiaiucni oi me cnurcn ana me aomesuc circle
Mm. Randall, wile of Gov. Randall, of Wis
consin, a most estimable lady, died on the 15th.
Miss Anua ail, a young American vocalist
ol some ccieontv, died at it emu his. Tenn .a IV
days since, of yellow fever. Wm. T. Stark
one of the oldest inhabitants of Xenia, Ohio,
died on the 12th inst. William Bevard, an
old ana res pectej citizen of Guernsey co.. die-
on the 8'h int., from being slightly bitten in
the arm by a dog on the 1st of Aumjst. Inflam
mation followed the bite, the arm was amputa
ted, inflammation was soon developed in the
outer arm, ana ueaiu ensued. John ilcKen
zie, one of tbe oldest settlers of Chicago,
drowned on the 13th from a small fishm boat
He was well known to most of the older settlers
of Northern Illinois l'rof. Joan Wilson, of
toutuwood School, Talladega, Alabama, died
on the 10th from taking morphine for quinine
uj mistake, jue was a usciul citizen. lhos.
Belcher Kay, a notorious Boston pugilist, died
that city on the 1-lh, aged 47. Kay was
bad "bruiser," and was exuelled fiom San Fran
cisco during tne rule ot the Viuil.ince Com.
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uinarc. n. ii. neiciiam, luici tujjineer ot
the Toledo Fire Department, one of tie most
enterprising and prost-erous business men of
tual city, died alter short illness, on the 18th.
The Hon. Augustus Drum, recently of
Pittsburgh, died at Greensbure on the 17th. from
affection of the bearU Ho was member of
Congress from the Westmoreland district in
Capture Slavers by U. S. Ships of War.
EniTOK Lesdex : You say in your edition of
luesday last in mentioning the capture of the
slave ship Echo, that it is the first vessel of the
kind ever taken by an American man of-war
That is a mistake, as to my knowledge one sIood
war. the York'own, while on cruise on the
cast of Africa, in the year 1S45, within thre
months captured lAr slavers, one of which, the
Pons, bad oa board 9o) negroes. The cargo,
except some two huuJred or more, who died
taken to Monravia. Liberia, where the poor
wretches were set at liberty. An officer who
on board the Yorktown, gives the following
account ol the taking of the slaver:
"I told vou of the schooner we took al fl.nn
Mount. ell, after we left the Cane, coastinir
me souui, camny at all the places as far as
B,oin, thence to Princes Island, to the river Ga-
and to this place, kabinda. Alter crossing
r.ja it r about 190 uiile south, loncitude 8
on a tine Sunday afternoon, a large barque
uutciusigui. uemg on opposite tack, we soon
together, and the peculiarity of our posi
prevented her seeing our flag As we came
we hailed she said i-he was bound lo New
and so we ordered her to heave too and
receive our boat. All thi time she showed
American colors. Imagine, if you can, tbe sen.
produced when the boarding officer bai.ed
from the barque, telling us that she was only
days from Kabinda and hail on board nine
kwuiicd siares. It was like an electric shock to
you could have heard a pin drop on our
The Captain ordered Ihe officers to take
possession. Then came a scene .' Call away all
inn ourselves with Distols. cutlass,
I got into the first boat that left for her,
as I leaped over her iranirwav. I eirwri.
the wildest and tranrcst of feclimr. Th
hatches had been ordered utfand as I
shouts, screams and yells saluted and
oeaieneu me. it was truly awful I Never can
forget that impression '. I went to the hatches
looked into tbe hold, and such a scene a
my eye can neither be imagined or des
cribed. Nine hundred human beings jammed
a living mass, here under the equator, the
boiling hot, and not a breath of air. They
shouted, those that could, for joy, at their de
livery, some raved like maniacs others
screamed and rroaned for i?a;er. dron to
the living fire. I hove bucket of water
their heads, and it seemed to me that it
wnen it tell. One old man stood rlne
hatch tears were yet left him, and they
down his face his tongue was swollen, and
could -nly moan, he could not spevk. But
give you no idea of the slaver. I had
of such but I had no conception of the
, I r , , . r
iiofruni oi a siave-suiD no one can. w
sent the negroes to be landed at Monro
viathe vessel goes to Philadelphia, where she
The Carried Off Balloonist.
have no intelligence yet of tbe Cite of
Thurston and his wandering balloon. The
account of him was a quarter past on
Thursday, when he wa seen floating
Maiden. Little hope of his safety is
entertained. The Toledo Blade of Saturday
Bannister, the associate of Mr. Thurston
original ascension from Adrian, informs
editor ol tne atcbtower, that they deseend-
iuii ii s oration, mat a number of men
tliem to land and secure the Balloon
they let the gas escape by the yalv until
lliurston proposed to detach the ear and
the Balloon so that be could reach the
When he opened the valre and the car
tbe netting were removed, th Balloon as
cended with a bound and Mr. Thurston, astride
valve disc and his arms around the col
silk, ascended rapidly, and when lost
was supposed to b at least three mile
and going rapidly iu tbe direction of Lake
year ago Mr. Bannister made an ascen
sion from Adrian, and froze his feet so badly
trip as to cripple him for a long time. He
hired his balloon to Mr. Winchester, of Mi
lan, who in July, 1855, made on ascension and
near Hudson. Mr. W. came near freez
death, and was insensible for some time
did he fly into the ratified atmosphere.
August of the samo year he ascended from
floated out of light in the direction of
Erie, and no tiding have since been re
of him or hi balloon. Mr. Thurston
probably gone to the same bourne.
"Lion," the lyinir, scurrilous correspond
tlie leader, is not a voter in this county,
knows no more about Democracy here.
horse does about preiching. lie is evi
dently an Irad Kelly man, sore in the extreme.
Congressional candidal had better hus
his epithet. " Ltoi" is a live voter in
eouuty, ha been for a score of year
Democrat, and is no Irad Kelly
all at alL All he demands is fair play
The Carried Off Balloonist. State Fair---Awards of Premiums.
Below we give the remainder of the pre
miums awarded in the Department named.
They were overlooked in our last issue. Re
FINE WORKED METALS.
1st W W Wilson, Pittsburgh, Pa ; sun dial;
commended with recommendation to give
2nd-V Barber, Sandusky; ga lamp, trans
ferred to 3d department No 4-4
3rd C M Brennis, Columbus; barometers, com-mended-
4th J V Strong, Cincinnati; patent lightning
rod, trans lerred to class 3, No 35.
5th B Pickcrim', Dayton; injecting instruments,
commended with r commendation to give
6th Sauit ; Davis A Kedder's magnetic electric
machine; first premium.
7th Wemple 4 Way, Sandusky; artificial teeth;
MACHINERY, ENGINES, &C.
L B Ball k Co, Putnam; 1 smut machine and
M Hick, Sandusky; 1 mall fire engine, mode
by M Hick, 16 years old, commended.
P R Kaufman, Cleveland; 1 card printing prese,
Alex Deal, Trenton, Mich; 1 stave machine,
Carlyle Whipple, Cleveland; 1 portable scroll
saw mill, commended.
Same; 1 model portable saw mill, commended.
Henry H Strong, Xenia; 1 improved saw mill,
N G Olds, Sandusky; 1 Woodworth's planing
machine, 1st premium.
Jacob Sherly, Dayton; 1 smut machine, 1st pre
mium. Same; I flour packer, premium.
Mason 4 Blakeney, Springfield; turbine water
Buckingham, Upton Co, Mt Vernon; 2 por
table flouring mill, premium.
O Blaich, Black River; 1 rudder wheel, com
mended. H Herrick, Lorain; I water elevating apparatus,
N Kecler, Cleveland; 1 cattle scale, diploma.
do do 1 patent fast weigher as
balance, for common use, commended.
Barney is Cowdrry, Sandusky; 1 lifting and
force press, premium.
Douglas Brothers, Zanesville; 5 sugar mills,
Asa Foote, Cleveland; I patent syphon pump.
S Fairchild, do 1 water wheel, com
Hedges, Flee k Co, Cincinnati; I vertical sor
gho mill, diploma.
Same; I range kettle and apparatus for ma
king sugar and syrup, diploma.
Simeon Howes, Silver St, N Y; 1 smut ma
chine and separator, commended.
Caleb Turner, Cleveland; 1 force pump for
wells, cisterns and garden purposes, prera.
Samuel Harper, Strickersville, Pa; Pussey's
governor forh-rre power, commended.
Jefferson dt Wilson, Cincinnati; accoastic steam
boiler alarm whistle, premium.
White k Fuits, Norwalk; 1 improved hand pow
er lor braiding wood,
DEVON COWS—TWO YEARS OLD.
G Barker & Son, Greenwich Station, Huron
countv. cow Juliet. 2 years. Dremium.
W Hamlin, Willink, Erie county, N Y, cow
Celestio, z years, 1st premium.
same, cow Diana, 2 years, commended.
DEVON ONE TEaE OLD iXD UNDER TWO.
Throp, Clyde, Sandusky county, heifer Beau
ty, 1 year, 1st premium.
A Ely, Elyrio, Lorain county, heifer Ida 3d,
I i year. 24 premium.
DEVON HEtrgt CSLVES.
G Barker fc Son, Greenwich Station, Huron
county, calf Beauty, 5 month, 1 premium.
A Ely, Elvria, Lorain county, calf Victoria
2-1, 6 months, commended.
W Hamlin, Willink, Erie county, N Y, calf
Princes 2d, 2d f remiuru.
FINE ARTS—DRAWINGS AND PAINTINGS.
E Dodge, Cleveland, 4 cases prepared algue
Frank C Souter, Sandusky, 8 water color
paintings 1st premium.
F Ryder, Cleveland, No 3 life size colored
photographs, 1st premium.
Ryder, Cleveland, specimen of heliograph,
F Ryder, Cleveland, No 6 life size colored
photographs, 2d premium.
F livder, Cleveland, No. uncolored photo
graphs, 1st premium.
P Ryder, Cleveland, uncolored photograph of
hose cait, 2d premium.
Bryant, Folsom 4 Stratton, Cleveland, pen draw
ing, 1st premium.
Flynt, Sandusky, oil painting, Ohio land
scape, 1st pre;nium.
L hl t co, Cleveland, 2 marble mantels,
Scott, Toledo, 7 original drawings, eom'd.
at Hisiiop. Cleveland, working box. diploma.
Weeks, Sandusky, diplay of daguereotvpes,
ambro types, silver medal.
; melaineotypes, silver medal.
C C Hopley, Cleveland, 5 crayon drawings,
Griswold, Columbus, likeness female, 2d
C L Ransom, Sandusky, head of nymph,
Ho'leston dc Felton, Cleveland, business pen
manship, 1st premium.
Uidilleton. Strawbridge s co, Cincinnati, col
lection of paintings, 1st premium.
W P Kerr, Granville, Licking county, I
pencil flower, 1st premium.
C C Hopley, Cleveland, collection of origi
nal pencil drawings, commended.
Derby, Sandusky, the Village Blacksmith,
a steel engraving, eommendd.
DisTEEssixa Si'icide. Mrs. Chamber, wife
L. Chamber, late of Buffalo, killed her
self with arsenic in Milwaukee a few day ago.
little daughter, only 8 year old, when she
her mother had taken poison, took soma
the same paper, saying she wished to die
her mother, but was saved by timely nse
Tbe heartless husband, whose ill
of the wife had driven her to desper
ation, left the city on the day of the funeral
while the procession was conveying the I
latiepeajtac Candidate f.T O nrrom
Dover, on tha I5tb inrt.. WRrr V n Tm.lor. Vp
W. Jl llt) ol Keiituckl. aad Olid lUsLlll
rvirer. tm tlia ISIh uut- br R.v T n Ts.lnr. Mr.
OSBORNE aad alia. KEITH . PH1N
KEV.all of Dorar.
Parma, th 17th tna. Mrs. MART A rnvfiCi
Mmn Ti-wL, acvij 3b years. & lcav a linn
frieiaUs awi relatives tu nura their aaddra bo-
A Bcmcaf fr Drpeplm
SHAVE'S HOLLAND BlTlEltii ia dow tlM Most
dflirhtful aod effectual reinedy far Dyspepsia be
fore piiblie. Maiy of oar m ist worthy citizens testify
rftracy . To parsons sabjert la nerviHM, awl stca
Ke, it m a valuable aacd:ciaa.
A )bi. a
v uui. t.
TlTd-MB'S LETTEHS- Pnco. $1.00
TO THE LAST Br A." S. Ra Prica. I,JS.
AGE- rolU-o-lil 8all
! J ttaiuy Pnco, Sets
lbs aataorof Ida Mar Pnco. f 1JS.
OF BACHEL Prire, $1 00.
ATLA5 Pol u.n'd !r tho ranonatrnt-
ot t o sot itTt iBttLU .MIWI.a'JiGI:;
Iron Ihe ai ot aatnratu. aooicco wna Plaoa
PniKloal Ciuea ol toa World Prica. $Hl,uu
Foraalobv J. B. COBB a Ca.
ATLANTIC M0-NTHLY, for Octo-
CO ao .
Uio.d, do . . .
Faoers ncr th Pria
baua Sote iupnn.
k Ltsy's du do (lata SfJitioa )
our Liita for cm coauttK vreei. Br . c
Vr a-ito tn MA WEs fc BRO
apU At UCTtUILIlO k UAUSMANK-S.
4 4 Prenrb
THE NEW COUNTY MAP
AerMibly to rcm:. lw. .riooti-y our fr;e- d
polroii, a little n i tir-ja e i utuira i .n. that on
NKW WAP OF CL YAHtX.A rol'S.'Y n BtV f r. m
plet'd, a. .(1 that we in end 'orunuu n e dtf livfn- f tWin t
sulrri'TBiu a out three we-k Kuvio tarvd bo iabor
cipeuseut Mikinc t lie Map a ry vuprnoi ar n 'c a
' vuuuucuiii CAMtJi. M DIM WU LJ.-Ill-
EtliT . '
9. H MATrHFWi ft(0
T D. FISHER, NOTARY PUBLIC
for C rahuca vwotuy. ard UNu ami ii NKK L
Jr. "SI. a:icrku in ail .totaim i niurc . ocrt
l.ua nt; sel ji-1 etchau;e i'tiv in J t'oo.itt Kt-at r st t,
Wtxitra l. ta. s. vc : t uri Hvnfs ti M.-u-,-- n.
talc T.tics; ilr-w Itevils l..rt cages. l.ra--e, Ac Kr-
nitniivr iiti- cmfc, .! i mum nur -tie.1, iu O LiiMfrs
i Ji jr. iwrt Murrr' Hori!w;rv inr it -ji
YEW iA PKlI KKf! KLVKD THIS
nor i nrt s-ntf M riUMtv
LADIES' DRKSS TltlMJ'.IMtS
ILLUA.S I VI LVFI RIBBONS.
NEW &1VLE BI TTONS,
Jut rrcciTnl St
sl-iiI BFTTBERn a miNMIWl
Rfitbf:Ri1 a hat-ma';
A New Style, at
RErTBK.KO k HAUSMAXXT
BERLIN ZEPHYR WORSTED,
All S ixth-. M
KK rBKKIl inrswwvs
212 SUPESIOH STREET, (Sew Number.)
100 Superior Street, (Old NmnhT )
THE SUBSCRIBERS RESPECT
Kl'LLY invite the atteutiuu ( the public lo lUrir
Dry Goods and Millinery.
are receiving, daily, tbe lattst styles anJ de
To be takl in tat? Eatnera Market.
OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE,
VitaarvaaatMl is Yaxiety ami Beauty and we are
SELLING AS CHEAP
in the .'ars of the V.nwjr paue. It u p meiallj kotJ
ctMkCrtled Uai we haw
SOLD GOODS LESS
any H ne west of Ne York, ail we slnll oh.I
do mi Our tootl are new, aiMl uur trti-c an- iwtliiuia-
BUY FOR CASH, AND SELL FOR CA?H ;
Therefore we caa sell
T went v per Cent., than Houses wiucheoll oa Tim., h
take oat of oar profiti. or fr..m H r"kts of mir:
. l!.Mlr. c cm takf twlraiitazr ,4 tlt Murkttts
"itii u u imtKjssiDle lor tboM; to d !io u:i
We ars feilioc:
Delaines, worth 20 cents, fur 12 cents.
Delleiges, worth 12 ceoU, for 9 coats;
Merinos, worth 62 cents, for 37 cents;
Striped Mixtures, worth 31 ct9., tor 10 cents;
Merinos, worth $1,00, for 73 cents;
Aad ia fart, a ap'.!Ml:d hat of
Varquaied ift Northern OIl.u.
Of all kind, at rtra rd,iii7 low pm-e.
SILKS AND SHAWLS,
rvat Tinete, to whirli we am ron.t:nrlr Jtiilmr, re rr-t:m.-
m w Th.i anpeira ii tlie m-irkcc. we rUim tj L.
bet stock of ccne'al
InlheCil, and at prices that DFFY COMPETITION'
nrfiiioa. rerr rheao. and Milliner wilt tlo well
a i.4 irieia lT,. klilllON.- Iftau IS ci:la to
9i jam. Al cilca.iTe aixtftiurat ol
and Dry Good at Wholesale and Retail
Sjatem Cash Oulj One Price.
SHERWOOD & 0AXIEY.
Jaw In us Ns. 212 Snprriar St.
RAYMOND & CO.,
If at 63 Saperlor Street,
BLACK DRESS SILKS,
DE RHINE. POCLT DE SOIE. BROCADES, k
DRESS SILKS, in jre: vanetj;
NEW STILE MANTILLA SHAWL;
DE LAINES AND FRENCH CAL1COE5;
MERF1MAC AND COCHEl O do.
RIBBOW-). HOSIERY, CLOVES, a LACE;
EMB'D COLLARS AND SLEEVES;
BROADCLOl'HS. CASSIMERES. VESTINUS
to arms, al S3 Superior street,
Ft. RAYMOND & CO.
$20,000 WORTH OF GOODS,
be sold by Public Aaction at N"o.7G
feaiwrior strait, ovpuaue Battki strert, ntsaaoeiieios; oa
FRIDAY, Sept 17t itl 2 o'clock P. M.,
srM-h dav, at 10 A. M , I P. M ., and 7 ta tbe
ttiatil th wbula is dlfMd of
entire Stock of A. II. Williams & Co
Tork. rrwir"rd to J. O. BhOWN ft SOJf, tur
surk ctwm r ia part d Black Si Us, Jaronefs. p-t-lins.
Frenel. Menno. Haraiuatias. 1'ub.rtjrr Cloths, all.
!ia:Des. Mk Wjtd sod otber A .patr, aii-ww.
Piaida. Omsham-. Pnnts. tkr
aswriAcai ol Atiaouc LDia ana i borooarf h
larr aa-ortment of Shawls, inch as Bmrha, Ivor
Bay ai d l mpirr M(s ail wuvl Iajuz kImwIs.
santere aim eiia Msawia.
and oubleacood Table Cloths; Naiikios; Tow
Shtme and Shirtinr Mruhtta.
O-ntt; HtaukHs aod a l wool Flanneit.
stin k of Bru-drlotliB. Caasinere. Sat.Drta.
K'ita-ky Jtiw; Silk smJ tbr stiEof Tesf-
fsDcySilk fcsrrhtrti. ladivs and reals'
CarrXirtr PLet Hilkls; lliwrerv. Gt es, ax.
wboleot watch will b odt-rod ia lots u suit pur
chasers. are espc al?r i intrd to afteo'l. a the 0rds
ajdapied ff their nse. and will be Ei.d wita
oat J. O BKUVVN ft CO . AiKtncen.
J. Km. Aeut svpiT
BARGAINS FOR THE PEOPLE!
Clearing ont Sale of Summer Ecodi.
I. Baldwin & Co.,
Maaaay, Jaly 3Sth,
stork of SommM f.oois is to be clososl eat
is naeaed to Ute .IWwitvf :
lresPSj ki, ta ottered at $1.
Jaconets aod Lawns, ?. ' 1JV t
Giucnama, . .... ....I. 't rta
J fc 2d. I-S i
Prints, t, 12 S cis
Wool sUrei. 2k.. .vtcts
Rarefes, ft k 5-U1. 1 eta
Barectw. 3atid E is. Cts
Anenraa Uwm Is a IsCd nrnre
Uiticaajna, la, off-Ted st rirht ceols.
On entire stork of
AT EIGHT CIKT
ait-.. i to
it a il tu
r.-$ 1 1 "i Vj.- i,"f'j,!t'i l i t i
I II I I t I l I m ip-' L
S- N. SANT0ED, A- Principal
pr'.s with Pt aE
2. J."":'",''" '" enter po i: Fll-TH YE R it-i re;, itwion rare y nred twire or thnre that
"ins MdK.tnl aa il i nun mm aortion of Hie Brum il I w. m.th S'ii.... ..Ti u . tLmPS? r1'
Mitis.i u in n t. . :t. z:..m'rrs:i"'vf-'m " "'
, . . i.unn siuu us jai'swaa.wi, an aLiKtr y,tryes Uf
EXPERIEN'CED AXD SCCCESSFIL IXSTRCCT0R3,
lallnj in i
bot.1 City i wl County, wtiu tow a in. di-uaii;e ai tili. 7 comD.aee all tbe aJrantatTW of
The Pnnrmal and h ft will eiTe thr-r bt artenln othe Plirtl, 1 ite'lefTMl and Marl w
mat in tuurr-ji-tf. Kxuii.intnmiiriff LiHur- op-n eifl ol th It-adinc Lraucti,- ,,( N-irVl
ivt-tru b the Pnncipal.a"i!-.iiiuriis a portion ol Ue Terw by Prut. SA.il l. j,r JOHS L. I l
PtiTMrun auil Surrwn, Nw York 1'ity. -
wants of th e eam-
iti iKOin wiit ne de-
H uta L oiiotre of
"" " " -"5"n ana t usaicaj timrae, 9it pr jrm, njyable in l-aitc
ISTL T. rn tmnienwi Ttariar. Seittrub t 9h. lt&, and coaiiuur- Twhui. w -
K.r turtUTlu.irmaiian,or Aliniflion,a(ilv to
8. N. S OXFORD. Prinripal.
piIE celebrated and original
Tlie Moilel Troupe or the WorlJ, from 135
Broadway. .Vw York, will appear at too atova HlLL,
FOR TllIiEE X1CUTS OXLY,
la their CHASTE, SELECT, ami altogether aaeqaa
ETHIOPIAN EN TLRrAlNMENTS, oa
Monday, Tuesday Wednesday Em'gs
Sept. 2iJth, 21st and 22 d.
The Tame Star Brothers.
K. BISHOP ECCKLEY,
O. SWAIN E BUCKLEY.
AikI full ftreocth of their MA WoTH TROUPE, pnw
"uui tw oy an iuk utk cuiomy ol a.i.,iopiai. iiiacaoi
PRir CLANK w ll eT.i bil hi. re:..bml CALCIC
1.1. !! id iroui uc llt jleli4lrou vvury a.amg, at L
wut 7 o'clock.
a.iiuismou. 25 srnta Doora open at 7 o'clock Coicrrt
cuiniornt m a. o ocioca.
saoi; UK 1 URIAH DURPHY, As
FILL FOR THE PL'BLIi; SCUUOLS.
CEALED PROPOSALS will be re
4ti tiua bcit quality Bi'ammiKi Cual,
JT. tun- du A'ltli jiciif iiai.
5sJCru'i d.t Hii siiiT UV..1
Th Cl must be weil nceue J. a d i ive r -to dirt autl
. r i;iJiU!U.es, acu uHTi-rru al 'Ii- Hi'-ioiil BdinI ink's, ;
.UiKtei i-y ttut uutier.-Kucd, uit T bti.irw Hie lat tiar ol S
Tinit r mi'
Toe Wid niurf be w.a kd b-nlv woj. and foar fcet lorn
nits uc tsc.ivert-a aiMnre, or m cuuer ul la C,
Mm rvepoails, "Fool I or Sclrauls
VMTirr n oi-j ! rI'i I in. IJ, 1 . Sa-i , illiv
ilk au4 oleu (fMdt lolarcd.
OOK AT THIS !-The subscribf
m taki'S ittis uetlMKi ul nuoiiuia-; t'.u cizeut ii l ievi
tuo. a .41 iiit; .u'm- e-'iierai ly, . urn iif i.. reprmJ u, c
Kin priuc ;iat c.i-: ..r Ml ii Uhir:i tijoJn ia Ih
JI tm: liad luanv i cars' ciwrii-nri- mtim k i,n
wss, uc o:i, t-y wrirt ailM.l.cn lo the muii?. lumri
' "1 piliiir parria:it7. Ail urd"- ieft wi'h lu
tr.nt kUtnUot. J J. L'- tZZi'SS.
dl'UJW N H Orir.mt Mrpft
AUW 11AKKLT IIOlSL
COKNRK ONTARIO l.tD MICH 1GA?I ST.
ST1CKNE' A: BAKER
llnl thr I
iEAVE TO ANNOUNCE
bate re iHd to ln?ir aw market roonn.
t llit-i of LMf ..jred tit M:rtr tl; i i:ioIi4 a if t.
hms m tltrir Hi: ii the r, rm heat 'tic jrkt aiforiii- aiol at
aiutt. imuiiit. rutra.
Mrtet bur frunS A. M. to ft P M
V"l;r FALL FASHIONS. G C
SCOn S MW PLAl k. OK 1 ASHTONs raa u
I'lh. ol tuc I..
- B iuk ut . V..OJC.I Moqc
ll oi.i-.ol l.u,:., t'o.,1
ao i Aiiuki It. lja
YOTICE ISHEUKUY GIVEN, that
in su.:rtiH:e 1 an iwu m ti,- General AtrtmU y o
: iiJ au art. vus-ttl A,nl I3lii, I-:;, btituu un v l
:in- iu ul uw lai ii i D ol ail hi .i nlv in tt-.n Strain
!.r rynu! :ux9 tl.efi , a. roni.uc o Us lr TaiL in
t ie ( .-m.D -m. urrs i- 'at ir Jne Saiurt. lV
f r CUT ttl IJIVslUuil iQ'O iiu-- Ll rKU. W fu,-
i. it Kc.'-d an-! !l) War.intrt f innnti th Ut Titn.
1ho-l.li &n. ct'idiwl .ih V-rw " 'Jtl
tit 3'i. It. 1(1 li a. ti lllh U iril-
u TowiiflLij. in m Ouuiiiy e n-Titnt" 3 a:psir-r Di-
l..iVT HwA CUifenf In- n.i,M
LUST JUL 3J, :r AOUL'T "1-f
O f -ck. Oil -h' I' an itnJ.iru ( rrTrl .IkJ U. N,:V
1, ireiwr'B lb; lU'lud'C'iei Ai.nrAii H mis. mu uU
il ji.i,:!., tni aii.i: uit S-t ) H"t. o-e h w u-u,
Dotn-r u 'in uu HiiiCU inert- wa at m 5,1 du.), n-t
isittK' it.; -iJi, nil A.u'ii m Hail" !ii r ail '
h lr-.o:ic li .Mr Juri'H Ad ru Anf lUltTHtaUlua
wm Ir-ati Ui l ie r 4 tltaj Ptlt) Moauw uai
i.t. will i,u iioeuily r-wjrtkl.
Oil, in gout! ortJer, tg -alt: by
SMITH ft. Pf TNM
utiff ztork. of
Gram d K Jt-ti. ami iiav) tm iltv lurrura acorU
tue imrrow tf i-jrr. 1 una wnn, aiieawd Kv
K o ir, tr fit Ketl nuiar-j, unlort& uun mud
J. HOl l K It LU .aua uu:d reptfct I u 1 ly m -iril
thf ptifriiiuf o; -inh as m,i itctd art if Us in tlit-ir Im
and tr ail wiiu h:i.f Hie tulriMis at tb. 04 d
J HUH K I
VWPKLlf J.J HOUCK k CO.
icwllui, Juut 4lh, I-iS.
TO THK Pl-BLIi?.
Ihi Jar Si.l IUV tint ire mil L. (.1 Finn r r.r-iin iva,l
itr iiv.l alii tuljrm Si , l J J H-i.tirki k. I'j.. mo.l
ai oiii.orttitu'f; 01 ti'miB-uiiiT I hem to bit eu-
iM p il k imtj wu.iliv u tbttir lairuian-c. ai.d
..ti.l. .n ti.a! tli.-v w'il vhtlcaror to pie;. and sa'ijry ,
will lav.jriU. in UU tbir uat-Hiaiie I wo.iiu l-
ret;iru my liuiiks to mv u,d cistcm- rs wiiu nave dca.t
ntt; :t miv ."U w.auils I r vtral ..ni pant. I uulJ 1
nuutiiuckun, iu,iuidi,u'n as are liMietced to utr.
rt dt aoitt ot ac-tuul. lo.all and 3tit ih -am'
nr ji si kLLKK
juu, j in-in. J'-v- Jllri I : " CJ II I'-i"
1 - r-j I B
irv siuMlhra rrinio'frwii. I 1
M'XM'WtdtX, I iT1-
l i H IS soN'NKHiiRN, I tii.-ih!
DISSOLUTION AUTICK.-Tbe Part
iiershu. '.iTtt.il-.re known as ll;e lirm .f SONS' t'-
k bK N , ail'l i-unilntrfii ul Sail K.S.imri imm I .m,.
i"lirun .-v.niIHT ,.s 4J
inuiuHwiiKM. Luuit aiU
Cleveland, Auru 1 20.1SS7.
SONVKHORV wi 1 1 t oo-ititie' o (-rrr on th. ft-,.'.
u 1. ..1. t,. ' - '
uojuiia, b U(, uiu iau . JQupniifM.
t'AI.N, AMBliUTYPK AM)
UELAlNoriPE AUl'lor. Kii luM-ii,-it,
mJi- ) Clr.f'ai.il. Otiin. dlmM3
SUBSCRIBER IS KOW
rrtfpare; ml liia ucw lucattua
Ao. 9 Bank Street. Weddtlll Fin
bisciist.nuer atid tb ptibiio
Goon bargains AN' r.rutn ri-m
SHAMAN, .Merchant Tailor Air't.
rrh-.nl la i lur, hs re:
.-o i rr-nrri , in Rindrr Hiock. wuere he
uji.ov io m nis ou iriusis. He u ftreoart d u
lukv CioUxiag iu live UieU aod Boost fhiouabLe
J QiliMlu a
A.XU ITS FHI.il All HK DECLINE.
Jait Pabli.hed. Urati-, Ui. a u Thmt.aml:
FEW WORDS OS TUE RA-
rraTijftit, withtxit M-ilirti, ot speriualir
l- al W raknrsia, Not Larual Kn un-u, Oeiutal
Nr.u Ucnilitj. Im-l-Micy, siul liniw.litmmts U
iin.iii:iiirii.iv. ny a. ut. LAr.i. .n . U.
iniiortaiil uct tua; th ) nvaiijr s nrminK Ci'Vnplaint
ia - in utr nuDnidern-e au.t Mltiu'e of roath, mav
removed Wittloal Mnh -iii. laialhi. (Mall ...
.I; and the cat ire ty uew aud a:h vuc-rt-s:ul
i"iinn'n', as a.;ojird bv tlie Aut!ir,HiUy eiplain
l, DMsai.s. ol whirli eer mw is euattied to cure him-cit
ail at trie eat pusmhle rost, thereby avotdlur
an? addrt-s. era'is aud p- t frpe ia a sealed en
reiope, tiy retuituuc (ost jjaid ) two x,.tar ktanip u
ms 199 No. W k'ast 3ia St.. New York
ANOTHER INVOICE DOUGLAS T
aSHKHW.Mlll-SUKNLl.NE Adjo.lableljo.u. ti. I - 01
Received by Eipreaa.
H r KFN T A T T. t CO
ECONOMY 1 OR UAR
o t.VHi r HA U I)Y C rr.J .l.Ur-.i ....
...i-.. iniiriii. m.irn ran ot oouicni
una II ,uiitities. at nttv per rent legman Ton c
aav utner avm in the ninnm ILut i. ht
oav SI for son" can ret the uma tt I 1m1 a.r rift
iniunoer ior me tux a.iaiililjr. i oa call ret bus
dVire , fno liiht shade to hrowa shade and ie
auugiici voc uwtn nui.iai'mia ucuionierp. In w
ualtual apiearanre-. 'or sale VX boie?ale an
hecuiarl authonztrd A rent.
XJENDERaSON'S HAIR RESTOR-
V K Is fast bentniinc kuownaml btsiafatrtn
isntrvj. s ineioiiowinc reninrate cill show. It
ultuued ui ihe suunrMrr nnier Law AaMticaa
tu.-scur. rncc i per o-in.
H&tk HRSTftaTiTB -1 ho nndeniined
on the top ot thei hads ami the r hair was
nnul rrowinr t n in all over tl.eir aead, bea
HruiieiMa. iLe Barhei under ' he 4men'an.Bn-
iisi I v celrftraied H:ur KetoraUs . aod in a hrt
loss ot kair was slonw J a.d i ew bairbeanto
i ow in" piarr vw inn h-emis was onurt ly
covered wii li a fine coat on air. We eortiiil 1 r.
.ur neii.iern nvsiorsiire, DeiieTia' UISM
articie ut tii kins4 uiu et
J V WIS DODGE, M. D.
V H KD1Y.
laAd.Jaa lh, lS ai i di
A 1 1 1
For Sale or Rent.
OT toil SALE! A rli'sir nhla hit
hmmiq; ol one arrf. &lluair,l MLth. L 1 .
lojty lor .aiu cheap, ai d ou eas terun lou.Kre of
lt'"la Ruie a it NNixr.s.
B OAK DIM r HOUSE J-Oli KExt
Ihe Uirs. anj wll ur.,l,i Brick lLox ., iJllr,
10, th, K.i..r of tli. vaiax- ? G.lVlLllX'l i1'5"'
n lwr,q ,ir.d of tavttartvtakWta. QSZf TJI'lLi
f-'nuali-a, addicaallir l.uuultnt. X Soriu-
f-JV IIEAKR', j
n. c JalT,:E,t-
H H(rL it liEAT. No. 8 ther-
aulSdlwJM E. 1 BALWIN t Co.
I- (a,ii.:r.1:N'1'aJdcsirable 1 OF-
ROUSE k JENNINGS,
"Pun, EM'.-A LAliliE AND EL
'"y "'"1 Boaxinur H,ki. how wu patroniia
A oorti.,,1 , th, h-.l. ol tua lur, nor, wait oe S I. i
le, l.,rirtl..,Rlior,i:oo ,, at tli Mcl fjnitl
FU,? VLK t'HEAP.-AN INTER
'VJ" f ""lr" MannhK-turmr Etauuak
. ." i , Tr rV t -pnea ;uu-for .kick ,000
w:,r.i la. 11I-4 wm Iw taken.
A-loris P. I).. Ura. r lui ,nnI4:.itf S
..tmiu,! , llUIibol , iC t otoV-ano St. Uu"""'
A V Hl Rl.BfT
POII SALE UK KENT A very
ualot.aad witliiuiuui niinukcaaalkot' tlu Couil Hoawl
ao"'S--l on tht prronsea
': L HCH IJ.ls;N;L44 HnrooSt.
OOU SALE. A GOOD UTJoTiT,
ii ru2,i.:la?a?lr,s,n,-, - "-
Clevrnil Mf18 MURRAY.
V". LITTLE. LLE.ESTES.
LIUt? KK5fK-ie.Ier. in
AK.us J-OK SALE. Four farms
lou-i time . r will x.
1 tlie Luy iot urn very
F. K k.whir',.,.T. 1 .... V"-
c nance i
U U, Cur finr Mirbire, H use and iUi-.a
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