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" PUBLISHED BY E. COWLES & CO. HO. 144 AMERICAN BUILDINGS, SUPERIOR ST. sTraDAYMOBSIN6iNOT.!. stvla. on short not.c.. and ' FuSi of Sales Balks. liictniM Bjoka. fcc. c Industrial School Thanksgiving. No Thanksgiving Uble in Cleveland was more bountifully supplied on the ever blessed S5th of November, 1859, than was the long ta ble of the Industrial School Room on the after noon of the 26th. It was a "feast fit to set before a ting," and never did king or queen look upon such grateful, happy subjects as the Two Hundred and Twenty-five Children of the poor who were seated in tier behind tier on either aide of that table, and like callow birds in a nest opened their months for the good things the mothers and daughters in Israel dropped into tkmnr rather into the brieht tin dish each 'child was provided with. The friends of the School had sent in of their abundance more than "seven baskets-full," and wish every good donor could have listened to the appropriate Grace by Dr. Claxtom, the solemn and touch ing repetition after Mis. -Waterton by the whole School of "Be present at our table Lord, Be here and everywhere alway; Thy creatures bless, and grant that we Mav feast in Paradise with Thee:" And could have witnessed the decorum, good or der, and appetixing enjoyment of "Young Amer ica" as Messrs. Foot, IIandv, Smith, Pendleton and others carved.while mothers Parsons, Foot, Raymond. Stone, Patrick, Rice and others served the little ones with as much apparent test as though they had been grand-children ; then seen the orderly passing out in single rue, and have heaid the polite "Thank you !" as each received balls of pop-corn or slicks of candy at the door, albeit primitive childhood occasionally developed itself in spite of the excellent train ing of the Watertons, in a visible hankering for corn and candy both. The Waterton Fam. ;i ,o .11 lunmi. and deservedly so. The fes- .v ....... . rrJ, . - tival room too was prettily decorated with ever ereens, mottoes, etc. Before the feast, the exercises of the upper School Room were very interesting, and drew a crowded house," composed of our best citizens of both sexes, young and old. The School am? and exercised, and brief addresses were made by Messrs. T. P. Handy, John A. Foot, and Mr. Parkhurst. of Massachusetts, a busi nees man who finds time to labor at the Five Points Mission and wherevar he happens to be where Jgood work is to be done. In reply to questions by Mr. Foot, Mr. Waterton siawa that since the Industrial scaooi naa oeen or ganized good homes had been found for about a hundred of the children that when they first came in from the streets they were generally beggars for clothing, 4c. that they were soon taught to labor and earn what they needed that tbe time of the boys was divided between oakum picking, brush making, study and recitations; the eirls between sewing, kttcnen uuiies, an lessons that credit marks were given for daily labor, and at the end of the week a ticket for ten, fifteen, twenty, thirty or fifty cents.according to eamines, and when a sufficient sum was earn ed to pay for caps, frocks, shoes, 4c. 4c. at nominal prices, the tickets were exchanged for i Ti. ;m of the Industrial part oi iue LUCIU. uw ...... - institution is to make labor honorable and invi ting, and to educate the children to take care of themselves and to love usetul employments. Tntheinouirv of Mr. W., ' How many littl oirls can sew nicely V nearly every girlish hand waslifted-and to " How many of thi School love to work 1" the show of hands was prompt and universal. Drop into the School during the usual school nl von cannot but admire the system, order, attention and industry of Mr. W. and daughters and their numerous charge. In the school-room the singing, exercises, studies and rotations bo on ; in the work-room some twen ty or thirty boys are ranged on seats and pick vm with the auiet and steadiness oi men and about an equal number of girls ply the needle in making aprons, frocks and otnerpiaii .winir. After an hour the laborers go to the ...wl.r.vim. and their places are supplied by fresh set of hands. Some of the oldest of the boys work at brush-making, and the girls assist Mrs. W. in the kitchen and ainiug u. ...-, and in preparing the tables for the plain, healthy dinner of soup and bread, which the children nartake of with a digestion that waits on appe tite. The afternoon routine of work and study m,r. the same as the forenoon, everything w.in made cheerful and attractive as poasibl Is it a marvel that the streets are deserted for , Industrial School? that industry inumpas over idleness? that vice yields to virtue? that t.h. onnA outcrops the bad? that dim eyes hriffhtni? that wan faces become fresh? rags are exchanged for whole garments ? that bare feet are covered ! tnat tne ncu u.c w poor ? that the poor bless the rich ? and that Providence smiles upon an Institution so akin to the works of Him who went about doing good ?" t Relief of the Poor. "Winter is jcrt at hand, and the poor are ua Labor the -past season has not been anun . ' i. l-.I An.! man families i oanc waift na, -1 j ' who have barely managed to make ends meet during the mild months, must find themselves straitened indeed now that the short days, long niirhts. and chill hours of both are upon them. To take some systematic steps to aid such as are deserving, a public meeting has been called at the Old Court House, Saturday evening. All classes have an interest in it, for a common humanity invokes the assemblage. Turn out to tt.. and nhsll out for the good object to LUO UAVug, - be accomplished. , Fatal Casualties Mr. "William Edwards, an ased and highly respectable citizen of Frank lin, Morrow county, was crushed to death by the falling of a bank into which he was dig ging, Five men were killed in Clinton coun ty, Indiana, on the 18th by the collapsing of a fine in a manufactory. John Reilly was killed in Franklin, Warren connty, on the 17th, by the caving in of a well. James Boiler was scalded to death on the 2 1st, by falling into the mash-tub of the distillery of Mr. Pease, near Dayton. Departure of the American Minister no) Mexico. Mr. Forsyth, the American Min. ister, left the c ity of Mexico on the 21st of Octo ber. The government refused him a suitable escort, but he provided himself with a force of his countrymen, and though attacked by the robbers, fought his way though to Vera Cruz, not one of his party receiving a wound irom the shots fired at them. Old Soldiers Heetisc. A correspondent of the Painesville Telegraph proposes that the Sol diers in the War of 181S residing in Lake, Ash . ; tabula, and Geauga, hold a meeting to adopt -r anch measures as snail excite sympathy, and rouge Congress to a sense of duty, by granting them pensions. German Republican Festival. The German Republicans and their ladies to the number of some Five Hundred held, a So cial Festival in National Hall, on the evening of the 25th inst. Feasting, Songs, bentiments, Speeches, Music and Dancing ruled the hour, and the enjoyment was universal and unal- At the Banquet, J. Mueller, .sq., presiucu. After doing justice to the viands, the company sang with fine effect a German song prepared for the occasion. Mr. Mueller then spoke of the victories won by the Republicans in the dif ferent States at the late elections.and was warm lv applauded. He said that the Douglas wing of the Demo cratic party deserved no favor for the difference betweeu thcin and the Administration. Bu chanan claimed that the Constitution carried ilavery into the Territories, and Douglas claimed the same ; but Douglas' pretensions lacked the consistency of Buchanan's course, who made no pretence to equality and justice where the question of slavery was concerned Music by the band and another splendid uer- man sons lollowed, wneu a.. Aiue., "i ' was called out, and responded to a very alien- tive audience. He spoke of national prejudice, and of the sundering of the ties of home by the Germans in America, who, to enjoy freedom not permitted them in the Fatherland, had rossed the ocean, making their searcn lor freedom the chief object of life. Mr. T. elo quently referred to the destiny of Germany and America, and touched the right cnoru in eveiy German heart. Senator Slode being called for, offered the following sentiment : The German Republican Army A great and daily increasing host we welcome thctn as co- laborers in the great worn oi preserving u.c Territories of the United States free from the curse of slaver)', a heritage to our children, and a refuge for the oppressed fruin every nation and clime. Mr. Siade said, a year since I had the pleas ure of being present here and uniting with you in festivities, upon the occasion of a Republican victory in Ohio. Then we carried Ohio by a thousand majority, now we have triumphed by twenty thousand. Tnis evening we not only celebrate a victory in Ohio, but also in New York, Pennsylvania and Indiana, States one year since largely Democratic. Itis meet ami proper to celebrate such victo rs; for we believe them to be triumphs of truth over error, of right over wrong. In theBe contests the German Republicans have borne no unimportant part; but by their energy and activity have largely contributed to the Re publican victories. A year since you will bear in mind I took occasion to say to you that ev ery day would witness accessions to the German Republican ranks, far all that was needed to nroduce such a result, was a proper understand ing of the true issues dividing the Republicans lrom their opponents. The elections iust passed have verified my prediction. Hamilton county, for the first time tor many years nas rangcu nereeu aiue uy c with Cuvalioga, and this result, as the returns show, is largely attributable to the increased German Republican vote. The same may be said of Buffalo and Chicago and other localities, in all of which there has also been a large increase in the German vote. Ami liere at home we know that many intel ligent Germans who, for years were earnest and honest Democrats, ate now with us heart and hand. Struggling for the truth, against the attrac tive name of Democracy, we owe them ten thousand thanks for the work which they have done, and the victories they have aided us in achieving. And why should the Germans of the United States not be Republicans ? They hate despotsand deepotism.lhey hate as did jenerson, every "form of tyranny, whether over the body or the mind of men," and thus hating tyranny, how can thev consent to be dragged into the support of slavery, aud into the detence of that most monstrous decision, mat -wuerever gu mc stars and stripes emblems of freedom.there goes .hattM ulaverv with all its wrongs, a curse to th An.l iWradina to free labor. o - , , They cannot and will not sustain sucu a uuc triue, and in the German movement towards Republicanism of the past year, we see but the beginning of the end. Tn n-ait such doctrines let us all, you born on foreign soil and we born here, stand shoulder to shouWer, and with ranks unbroken move for ward to a 6ure and complete victory. In response to a call Mr. W. Schmidt made a short and telliog speech; and Coroner Hart mann convulsed the audience with his happy hits and effective eloquence. Music by the Band closed the banquet, when the Waltz, Polka, and other favorite national dances were kept up with true German spirit and joyousness till an early morning hour. St. Andrew's Anniversary. - nevolent St. Andrew, or neglect a brother in want. TeniDerate. industrious, and frugal at home and in the land of their adoption, a pau per Scot is seldom seen unless made such by sickness or misfortune not to be averted. Like the rest oi mankind they are subject to these, and the good eons of St. Andrew in this city are not unfrequently called upon to minister to the wants of some unfortunate brother or sister, from dear auld Scotia. The St. Andrews Society of Cleveland is a social as well as benevolent institution, and the Anniversary Festivals are ever occasions of rational enjoyment to the "honnie lads and lasses" and the American guests who mingle with them at the festive board. Tuesday evening next the celebration of St Andrews takes place at the American House, and a good feast, including the "Haggis, will be served by the excellent Host, Mr. Wins- low. Sentiments will be given, short speeches be made, songs sung, and at a seasonable, hour the "Scotch Reel" will set Scotch feet to trip ping merrily. Tickets to the Fesoival only $1,00. Then, "Come thro' the heather, come a' the gether, Ye re a' the welcomer early." American State Convention. j The can It met at the City Hall, in Columbus; Franklin, Hamilton, and Champaign counties being rep resented by tvclvc delegates, and organized by appointing Dr. "Washburn of Cincinnati Chair man, and Prof. Woolsev. Secretary. A letter was received from Mr. Crittenden, of Kentucky, stating that he could not be present, and the Hon. Humphrey Marshall did not arrive, though he was "confidently expected." After unani mously agreeing to call a Mass Convention of the American party in Columbus on the 22d of February next, thj baker's dozen, less one, ad journed without day. Freight Business on the C. & M. R. R. doing a good business in the way of freights from this point, for me two wrem euuuig Satnrdav. Nov. 20. over seventvears, principal- lv laden with iron and nails, were sent over the road to Cleveland, destined for the lake cities. Brown, Bonnell Co. of the Mahoning works alone shipped forty cars, valued at $20,000. The earnings of the Company are about $30 per car, making on the whole amount $2100. Amount of Lake Superior ore received here during the same time, about 2000 tons, at $ I 50 per ton freight, netting to the road $3000. This added to the freight on coal will show a pretty snug sum in two weeks. Mahoning Regit ter. Sorohcm Molasses O. V. Lyman, Esq., of Braeeville, made this season, four hundred and thirty gallons of Molasses of excellent quality, from the Chinese Sugar Cane. He sold two barrels in this town. Mr. L. was, (webelive,) the largest grower of the plant in this County. Warren Chronicle. Convention of Colored Citizens of Ohio. The Convention continued its sessions in Cincinnati on the 24th, and the 7th resolution. touching the relation of the American Churches and the American States to Christianity, elicit ed a good deal of debate. The resolution, as originally reported,was finally adopted. A res olution, commending the example set oy iiaju, and speaking of the good the Government of that place is doing the blacks, was lost. The Resolutions published in the Leader ox the 25th were presented by the Business Com mittee, of which P. H. Clark is Chairman, and not by the Committee in Permanent Organiza- In the evening, the Committee on Perman ent Organization reported the following pre amble and Constitution : REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE. nut we can do much towards the immediate and unconditional abolition of American Slavery and the removal of the legal and social disabilities under wnicn we suner m the State of Ohio, and in the United States : .u holievinir that such united and concen- he secured in our State i,.,,h tho instrumentality of a State Anti- Slavery Organization ; Therefore, we do agree to form ourselves into a State Anti -Slavery So and to be by tne louowmg CONSTITUTION. Art 1. This Association shall be called the Ohio Anti-Slavery Society. Art 2. The object of this Society shall be to seeure by political and moral means, so far as mac rw t he immediate anu unconuuiuuai awn- the laws, and parts of laws. State and National, that make distinctions on account of color. Ari a To aocomnlish this object the Society shall establish itself permanently in the City of Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, inere it snaii have its ollice and Dusiness roouia. u iuu also employ such numbers of Agents and Lec turers as may be needed to carry out the object iA ita creation. Art. 4 Any man or woman may become a member of this Society by subscribing to its principles as above expressed, and by making such contributions to no iuuu -j Art. 6. The officers of this Society shall be a Prosi.lont. Vice President. Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary, and Treasurer, who shall hold their offices one year, or untd their chosen : and who, with five per sons chosen from the remaining members of ho Sncictc. shall constitute an Executive Board. Art 6. It shall be the duty of the President to preside at all the meetings ot the society am the Executive Board. In his absence these du r;M shall be discharaed by the Vice President it -h, 11 h the dutv of the Recording Secretary to keep a full and complete record of the doings of the Society anu tne mccuikb . Mr,l .hll Iwt mien to the inspection of the embers of the Society at an times, anu u shall also be the further duty ot the itecoriung Secretary to take charge ot, and Keep in gooa nrAr tho office and business rooms oi tne so ciety.' For the performance of these duties the Recording Secretary shall receive sucu com pensation as the Executive Board, may deter- miiiA The duties of the Corresponding Secretary shall be such as usually attach - - I 1 c to such titles; the Treasurer giving oonui, ior the proper disbursement ot all tunds that may come into nis uanu, in ure ui i tin .Inll.-irs. and making report to tne .exe cutive Board of all moneys received by him, and expended under its order, at its quarterly meet ings. And it shall be tho duty of Ihe Execu tive Board to take charge of the particular and r,or-,l interests of the Society, and to make ,.r. nMilfni rules and regulations for the ac .mrJUhmpnt nf the obiect of the Society as """- : : , - :. , sound discretion anu uetco-nj And it shall be the turthcr duty oi tne tiecu tive Board to make an annual report of all its doings to the Society at its annual meetings Art 7 The annual meetiuss of the Society for the election of officers, hearing the annual R.nnrt nf the Executive Board, and transacting r . . . a 11 l. kt,l , other business ior tne oucietj, i. " such places as the Executive Board may deter- m np on the tirst JUOnuav OI tfaiiuaiy in cv-u vear. alter isos. Art 8. The Executive Board suau noiu iu first meeting at Cleveland on the first Monday in February next, and quarterly meetings uui after at said citv. at each of which it shall re ceive reports from ita Agents and Lecturers in regard to all they have done ; and all moneys collected, which report shall be preserved by ii.. Rccnrdino- Secretary. It shall also be the duty of the Executive Board at each quarterly J . ..i r..n :iu A .nij n.l meeting to seme in iuii lw -1BVUW T A-hTi ra Art. 9. All Agents and Lecturers in the ser vice of the Society shall be employed and direct ed in their labors in the Executive Board, and to the Board alone shall be accountable. Art. 10. The Executive Board shall receive for their services, at each quarterly meeting fh iirrrlv meeting to be not longer than three days in its sitting), one dollar per day, ami npcpssarv traveling expenses. Art 11 All monevs in the hands in the Treasurer shall be drawn, on the order of the Executive Board, attested by the Recording Sec- Art 12. A maioritv of the Executive Board shall constitute a quorum for doing all business pertaining to the interests of the Society. Art. 13. This Constitution may be altered or amended by a vote of two-thirds of the members of the Society, at any annual meeting. In order that the funds necessary to put this organization in operation may be raised by the first Monday of February next, at which time the Executive Board will hold their first meet ing, your Committee would recommend the adoption ol tne iouowing : RESOLUTIONS. 1st Resolved, That the Convention appoint five persons, who shall proceed immediately to raise five hundred dollars, by holding meetings in this State, and receiving donations for the benefit of the Society, and that said persons re port their doings to the Executive Board of this Sorietv. at its first meeting and pay over to the Treasurer oi tne society an iuuus uy lcfl 2nd! Resolved, That we recommend to the Executive Board, that they pay said persons just and reasonable compensation for their said services. . All of which is respectfully submitted. JOHN M. LANGSTON, JOHN BOCKER, JOHN MALONE. The discussion of this report occupied the rest of the day. Speeches of considerable elo quence and fervor were made by Messrs. Day, Watkins and others. EVENING SESSION. In the evening. Baker Street Church was ed to its utmost capacity. The 4th Resolution, concerning the merits of Colonization was dis cussed at considerable length, and with ability and finally adopted. Among the principal speakers were Miss Watkins and Messrs. W. H. Day and E. P. Walker. Senator Douglas Gone South. The Douglas worshippers here did well to postpone their jollification till the "Conquering Hero comes !" The wise after-thought has saved powder and grog bills possibly head aches and heart-burnings. The Douglas office holders feel relieved, and the Buchanan office holders O-be-joyful at the failure. Republicans are content, and the only class sorely disap pointed are the ex-office holders and their Know Nothing allies. The numerous Committee of arrangements may as well settlls up any small bills incurred and disband, for the " Conquering Hero" wont come until the motor of jollification becomes fossiliied. The Chicago Tribune an nounces that Senator Douglas and lady started for New Orleans November 22d; and says " he will not probably go to "Washington until after the meeting of the Illinois legislature." Be-Aeeested. Henry Kariher, the mail carrier, who was arrested at "Warren for robbing the mail between Parkman and "Warren, and made his escape pending the examination, has been re-arrested at Pittsburgh and handed over to the Trumbull county jail. The Home Monthly. We have received the initial number of The Home Monthly, A Household Magazine for ev ery Woman, Messrs. Arey & Gildersleeve, Publishers, Buffalo; Mrs. H. E. U. arey anu Mrs. C. H Gildersleeve, Editors. The con tents are, Introductory; The Handwriting on Philip Woolstein's Wall, by Mrs. Gildersleeve; Charles Rand, by Mrs. Arey; Houses; Evan gel's Struggle, by Mrs. Amy; The Late Hon. Stephen Van Rensselear, by Mrs. Sigocrniy, Mental and Moral Daguerreotypes, by A. x. Chester, D. D.; Letters from Quietside; Be a Woman: Joseph Ireton, by Mary A. Hipley ; Hints irt VniintT Peonle. bv Mrs. Arey; Grand father Lee. bv Rose Danforth; Are Literary Men Good Husbands; Sweet Home, by Mrs. Gildersleeve, Death in Life, by Rev. F. Emerson Jcdd: The Old Farm Gate, by Mrs. Arey; Little Agnes, by Mary A. Ripley; and the Children's, Health, Dress, and Editor's De partments. The illustration is a beautiful steel plate engraving, The Old iarm Irate; ana tne title-cover is a neat, life-contrast design, by Mrs. Arey. Terms: one copy one year $1,50; Four copies $5,00; Ten copies $10,00, in advance Liberal Premiums are offered to the getters up of clubs. We can most cordially commend The Home Monthly to the households of the People Wherever introduced, its monthly visits will be welcome. Its mission will be to instruct, to eheer. to bless. "There is a Power behind the School Room and the Church" is the motto of The Monthly; and in the Introductory Mrs. A remarks: Th. mit.i which we have chosen for our mag azine will give a clue, perhaps, as clearly as can k ; . fir wnnls. to the aim that we have Ki'c" , , f . . rr-L . : nnA clmormiT nt most at heart, i no uupcu'iug -..-.--a domestic life in all its departments, anu tne im portance of that heart culture wnicn lies at w foundation of cheerful and happy home life, are the points that we seek most to inculcate, auo medium that we cuoudb mj amusing or abstract, but we seek never to lose sirht of the importance of such management m every home, as shall open the eyes of children fmm .h liccrinninir to cheerful and wholesome views of life, and an earnest and exact perform ance of its duties. . No course of reasoning, no theory oi reugum , . :mnrn nnnn l.llA or virtue, can maKe a ucep i- -r - mind of a child, so long as the practice of those who teach these theories is such as to make the daily life of the child uncomlortable or wretch j r. :.ti.. nnctical everv-dav working ol our LU. .lb lo J , , theories ol virtue that must he at the lounda tion of private or public rectitude. ir,n nrti;nW nnoht to be considered the light of the home to which she belongs. She miy nave amies uejunu - k..; :r !. h thev shou d radiate from that fircsiile fts from a center. And if she cannot pro duce lioht and warmth in that center, it can hardly be expected that any light and warmth ;n ,,,i;-.ti tlurefrnm. When we speak of the thorough education that is needed by the wives d mothers, the sisters aim ujugm..-. . . r.. .u.:.l.nn.A.lnioa wa Hii nnt race, to lit tnem ior ineir iu-ni - --- - - mean mental discipline alone, .mora, mm FUJ ;-i c.,iti,r are needed auite as much perhaps even more; and eae wno nas cuun of her nature to the neglect ol others win naruiy find harmony or happiness in the structure sue hnilds on so uneven a foundation. V e intend that the work we offer to our countrywomen shall not only bring amusement to tne nresiue, k.,t h,.il h n imnnrtant aid in all these branch es of culture, gathering up and hoarding such every day knowledge as is needed in the house hold, and aiding by its hints the efforts of those who feel that the ngni cuuivauuu m u u" is the work of a liletime. r-.i-r, mi Cleveland. A larse drove of otflo nnrchased in the vicinity of Canheld r r .i, , .won tn ii eveiana a couuie ui c-a' since. They were bought up by a firm there .i.;k I,., an -rtensive contract with tho Eng lish Government for supplying packed beef for the army in India, thus opening a new market to the stock-growers of this vicinity, who have . .. . ; : 1 n...l-.t asst. heretofore lound tncir principal " ward Mahoning Keg. The Cole Tbial. The Ashtabula Sentinel of the 25th savs. the trial of Cole is progressing very slowly; but it may terminate this week. MARRIED, In Aurtintnwi. Nov. Hth, Mr. LYMAN DAVIS Miu KO.-LNA GROVt. In ntintown. Nor 11th, Mr. LEWIS HAKROFF, Jr. n il. ITth int.. Mr. O. H. SMITH, of Wjnonm, Miu. sal Jlisa FHKBE DODGE, of Elynn, O. OnttiDinh inst., Mr. P. D. YOUNO and Mim ANGE LINE K. POWELL, ooth ol uaumar, u. In Wurron Niv 21st Mi. EDWIN HODGES al Mrs. BELINDA 11AITBAS& In rhtmmon. Njv 17 h. Mr JAMES A. CUMMINS, of Brulol, and Miss HANNA M. HAKE.ol tnauipion. On the lltn iDt.. Mr. H. A PLVM and Mm LOUISA HOLCUMB. of H .-deon. I,,Tw,nshiir5h.N..T. ISth. Mr. JAMES WEBB, of T.1- miOge. and M fcs S.AKAH J. MON Km. In Atwatrr. Nor 16th. Mr. RICHARD BYRON HILL- YEUand aiish Lttiu.i-i-' , nrf-M. N(, lth. Mr. FREDERICK D. T1B- BALS ud Miu CECELIA A. MASON. In DeerficM. Norelnberllth, Mr. MORTIMER L. DAT anl AUs UEI'Y C. KAx Alois i In Chariertown. Nor h. Mr. HENRY L. CAKRINO- TON and Miss MAkTHA L HALL. In Ravunna. Nov. 22d, Mr FR SK ELLIOTT, of In- dunpoll, lud.. nd mms LIZZIE BliStE. ol ivinn. In RiTenia. Not. ISth. Mr. E. R. WAIT nd M MA RY E. SWIFT, daughter of Dr. luaac swill, auoi n renua. In Le Rat. Nnn-mber lth, Mr. DANIEL ARNOLD, ThoinSou,and Miss JANE STOCKWKLL. of Le Ry. In PainesTilie. Not. 20th Mr ASAPH ALEX AXDER, of Clo eland, and Miss L'LAUY HILL, ol r-awesvuie. un.i.iA.ii . &innuun, i -M i OIIAYLE. of tliucitr. .n,.mh in.tntit. hT Rer.Dr. Aiken, Mr. W. B. MO SES, of Newbujgh.and Miss REBECCA J. McKNlGH of this c ty. DIED. In Pilmrra. Mr. WILLIAM CONN, in th S4Ih year hta220. la Rarenna. Not. 22d, EMILY ADELA RANNEY, daughter of A. C. Ranney, agud 11 montlifl. , Tn (-uncord. Njt. 20th Miu ELIZABETH B. GRIS- WOLD. aged 2 jearm. InFairpnrt. Not. 1Mb, Mrs NANCY HERRICK, wile ef E. L. Hemck.agedaiyearf. . .viki, w. Mh Mr. rWPRRY STEWART. wif- of Sain'l St'ewark and daughter ol the late Kuiiolpuu Edware, Esq , aged ae years. Mr EJwarda came hero in 1733. aud shared with otkeri, in that early day all the trials and prorations attendant on pioneer life. Her funeral will take place on Sunday, the Mh inst.. at 12 M , at East Cle-elind. Vertigo, Extreme Languor and Exhaustion. will not trouble too alter using one bottle ot BfK HAVE'S HOLLAND BITTERS. Take half a leaspooo ful regularly, or.ehoarbelb.e meals; eat moderately; take short waik before brtakfaet, and yon wilt find that all that has been said of this remedy is true. Try it-it rarely fails to relieve Sick Headache, Weakness of any k ind, Arid ity of the Sain-.ach. or any symptom ol uysoet sia. New Advertisements. tl' LEVEL AND AM) ERIE KAIL KA m'TES AREAKGEMEXT. ON AND AFTER MONDAY, NOV. Jilth, 1868, Paioenger Trains will ran as fallows: LEAVE CLEVELAND. ...p M Mail lrain, u a! all waj stations, except 12.301-. an . pelrr, Unlonnlle and Saybrook, aud imres at Enc 4 5n P. M.; Lunitiilt ,.aj P. W., ind Bnffiilo SI P. M. . .n s M Accommodation Train, stopping at all stations, 3.30P.M- nil arrlTB1!,t En, KIP M. .. . . t am P M-NuhtBipress Train stops at Paineaeille.Ash a.uu r. . h Cotneaul ai.il Girard only, and arrives at Erie 12-45 A. Dunkirk 3:15 A. M.; siuffaio a WA.M LEAVE ERIE. ,m i m DarEraress rrainstopi-initatGirard.Conniant, fca. Kl',ue A8,tbu,.Ueneva,Mad.a.)n. Fames Yllle. Willi'u;hby ai d fcucl.d will fcU.p to leave Pajseneer?; ami on hipnal to take Passengers, at Savbrook.Unionnlte, Perry, Mentor and Wick lirle, and arrives at Clevelaud 11 :X1 A. M . ,np f Mall Train- stoppine- at all stations eicei.t RaT X9t r. . ploki UaionviHe. Penf. 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Tenth Annual Coarse of Lectures BEFOBX THE CLEYELIND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. mutt T.Ef-TIIRE COMMITTEE hare JL the pleasure of rtaioauciox the followin? brilliant Coarse of lweive Lecture, Not. 25th Lieut. M. F. MAURY. U. 8. N. Saoiect The Atlantic '1 elarrnpii." t- . Not. 30tli-Lieut. M. F. MAURY. U. S. N. Sutyect- Th. rlihwiLiiiul Krwavn ol thf Sf " D.c. 2d Lieut. M. F. MAUBY. U. S N. Subject 'Fitfnlinr to the Lakes a Stsloniol Meteroloc :ca 1 Obser thiiohs fr the Bmfit of Lake Comn.er.-e antl NaTigatu-n ,.nsrt1.1l.,a-,e"Ii1.a .tm.tti.il." fVr llih-Lieut M. F. MAUKY. V. S. N. Subject TKa WnrLclifinaonii Wnnnnnllu iti tht SasJf JJC. Wi UKllMs r. BALI'" l' Va. Suliject ''The Pr uress of S.xneiv." . Dec. 'JaJ. S1UNKY HK.NSHAW, U. . uuca. N. Y. Mibjert "The Art and Grares of ConTeratiou. Dec 3tva R-v. fcuwis rl. hai-i.. Jan. 'i RALPH WALDO EMliKSuN. Ja i. 'JZih BAYARD TAYLOH. Jan. 7 KtT. T. STARK KING. i-.i ln.IV W L'MrtVRViiilMinnMteii. Tickets for the Course. adiiuttiug a ontioniaa and two Laniea, 5J. S'lujle i irKT wjine i onrae. ,a Xi-lttfla hi I ho 1 o.aliira 9i ftsl Those hoid'ne Coarse TickeUsecur- good semts, the doors beiu opeu ai 1 o c loc k lor iceir aamiS-ioo. Tickets can be had at the Bookstores. B ainard's. and af tha Lecturu C'lnoiittee. FAiETTR a s . rhiAUi iu, WM. F. SMITH, noi25 Lecture ominittea THE CA1PBELLS ARB CUfllAG." FIFTEEN STAR PERFORMERS Matt reel's ORIGINAL CAMPBELL MUTSTBELS AND BRASS BAND, From 444 Brtadwar, New York or-arJze 1 in 18 15 now utttneir linrieeiun Annum loor-wm uti the honor of appearing at MELODEON HALL, TWO NIGHTS-FRIDAY k SATURDAY, Not. 26 k V. ry Fur partisulars, see Bills uf the day ry Tickets. 25 cts. Dotts opoa at 6ii; to commence at 7 o'rliick, r. M. UK. V. A. JONKSi Ageu:. Fair and Supper, TTOPE EXGINE COMPANY, JJL No. 8. will ii GRAY'S ARMCRY. On Tharaaay, December 16, 1858. FAIR in the Afternoon and Ereuinc to conclnde with I Ticket", adi i'tm; GentTrmin and LiJis to entire Fair, Btll atid.Snp,er. $l.tW Alternoon Ticke euch. CV Good Music will be in attendance. i'OEMITTEK OF ARRAXUEMENTS. WM Hart. I C. Vaii., D. W. McIxttrk, I, WlUTK, WM SlMMONDS, F. Boltz, P- R- Evtavrr. V. W. Ml DDL ETON F. W. MAliHI ILLfci. ir-vlPtii w "T0LG MEaN'lS tUKlSTlil ASSOClATiaJI nniTE Lecture Committee have the hon 1. or to announce that ariaiufKme'tTK havn been comoleted ior tne t.-llowiuff Course ol TEN HlliHLY POPCLAR LV: TI RES luhedciiTeretl at MELOUEUN HALL: IV Ilt-c ft 1 r. I. ii. HOLLA.ND,(autinrof Tuctimb Letters,) of Spnutjheld, Mas. Subj ect " American Social L 'y Dec 14-Rer. W. H. MI LB URN, (the Blind Preach er.) ot Nt.-w York. VI Dec. 11-Rev. WM. HOGARTH, ot Detioit. VII J:m H Hrof B. SILLIMAN. Jr.. Yale Colleei Subject 'Electio-MagneUc Telejrsph The Atlantic 0a- VIII J:m. 25 BAYARD TAYLOR. Subject 41 Life m iheiNoit!i." IX. Fob. 1 GEORGE SUMNER, Eq . B-ston. Snb ee.'- "Spain." X Feb. 18- iy Lectures to.coraine.ice at 8 o'clock. Tho eminent talents of the Lecturer', ard the varied and interest,!, sutjects ot vtlucntnev treat emoracidg i raT els l.iteraturo. Science, fcc. will, it is ctintidenlly el- pected, insure a large attendance aud ih'is asMSt the Ass ciauon in supplTHitr its Library witli hew book 4. The foil, wiwt low scale OF phices will be chan-ed for TIC-KET wliich mav be ottaned at the Uookst.ires, at Brainard', ol the Lt-tnre Couimitlee, and at the door on theecemugsot tlie Lectures: Course Tickets single $1.50 " " admitting a GenLeman and Ladf .50 " " tor extra Lady D. W. BROOKS. J. K. C. SLKEPER, J. E. I.NiiF.KSOLL. E. G. BENEDICT, W. s. PALM K A- L ctvrr Commit " Stewing ' Machine Depoty No 194 Parson's BIek Superior Street CLEVELAND, OHIO. THE SUB SC R I B E R wuu'd asain call (he atteiitioaol the pub lic Ke-e ally, ai.d the iadifS e'tecia.-lj-, tu the diSert-nt varieties f f SI-.W-ING MACHINES, now on exhibition at the above men tioned place. We are hnppy to be fbte to state, tliat, not- ii tistaiulin?, for a time, we naTc boon nnable toobtnm uia cluie in srlliirieiit nnmiers to meet ttie dcciun lsot our cus tomers, we have now AMPLE facilities for the sraonuiiodation ot nil. We deniiT especial attention t t- e fol- jT7-r -J low hie ni whines. x Ji JJi J H. r crutl nitrtHhired hr nn. nml are mchdeot that theT cannot he excel :ed in cheapness, durability, beauty of workmanship aud excellence ot operation: 1st. The SLOAT ELLIPTICAL (a 'oek-stieh) MA- uh ir i- possess. ueaii die Kivatiiases, wnnout tueueiecm of The hh-priced niacin nes of the New York Alonof o.ists. fnce, 2d. BR ADS HAWS IMPROVED SHUTTLE. also lock-stitch machine. not excel'ed t,r anv in the market. The attention of Tailor, and oth-r minufactorers, is in Tiled to this machine. Prices, &t6 to $70. od. MUiy BOUDOIR 11CHOE. This well known machine has been recently in.prorcd by P. Beunet. by tl addt1 ion of a simple altachmeat.by which tbe operator can, if disposed, sew with a double thread. The undrsicned takes pleasure la otTnnnr this beaa'ifnl Fam ly Marbine to the iiubiic, and hereby invites all to examine tne work and operation of said maohine. It will do as much and as good work as the best of the high-pneed machine-, ani is lurniahed at a pric so low a to bring it wit l.m tiie reach of alL The stitch is most beautiful, and will not np, thon?h every fourth one be cnt. It is simple and ensy of operation, mnkint with ease OKG thousand beautiful stitches pes minutk; at the same time, it is al ru.ift noiseless, which isagrtat advantase over all other machines. Price, $38. W. It. B RAMAN, Agent. 7 Agents wanted for all ptrts of the State. All kinds of Se wiiit; done with neatness ami dis- pauMi, at our koodim. wta i AMERICANWATCHES. APPLET0N, TRACY & CO- WAliTHAM. MASS., MANUFACTURERS OF Patent Lever Watches. THESE SUPERIOR "WATCHES are made bv the aid ot new and oneioal mar hi n rv, ex prtsslv designed to secure, with a Low price, a FINE. SUHSTAN 1 1 aL. Rh. LI ABLE TIME-KEEPER. The movements are new m coust ruction, and are pronounced by the highest authorities to be FAULTLESS IN PRINCI PLE AND QCALIl Y, and have been proved by the nust exact) ii tests tole reliable and unfailn f in action. Ihuse Watches are manufactured entire fron crude materiaU, in a single establmtiment, by con'oct-d and uniform pioctsses tbe manufactory being oizamzed upon the same sistein that h-is bee i adopted m tlie pnduction of the unequaled American iire-anns, which euahtea n-1 produce a move ment at ONE-HALf the price ol any foreign movement ot the same quality; and we eti iranteethe perfect ptrfoirm ince for ten years, of evunr Watch mannfactur-d by us. ALL FOREIGN WATCHESARK 31ADK BY HAND the Ameticaa Watches beins; The only ones made by ma chinery, upon s ttuiiorm svsiem through' ut. Nealy a 1 hand-made Wacbes are d'fective, and are eontinuaiiy gel tnu out of order. In roinv prt of the countiy, it is im pfWMhle to tintl ?ood W-tcb-repairers, and Watch repairing i- always ascertain and expensive. Tue introduction ol Amencwn W;achesuispoes of tins diAaulty, and coimtt Merchants, as well -s Watrh-dealers, can keep Watches as a part ol their nmccltaneons stock, ami thus kUf.ply iheu customers with a new staple, wlurh tuny be nsed as eu other article, without mystery or huiuLu;. Sold by the tiadt geuerallv. ami lv RUBHINS ft APPLETOV. Oneral Aeentt, sep dftw 3m 'ill uw 15 Mm Jen Lane, New Vor S T. S. PADL0CX. rriTANKFUL for a Literal Patron- J. ie durms the last fiiteen years, is h.ppv to announce tli it he hu.iaiii Ujcome a cawlidate for pul.lic Kitrouaire, and mjv be f.mid at No. 7l Superior street, net door to B;st ft Fietimaii's, where he js receiving a full and elt-gaut IJt1"" HATS, CAPS, FURS, Swans' Down and Fur Trimmings, Buffalo and Fancy Bobco, Ladies' and Gent's Fur Gloves, Trunks, Carptt Bags, CAP TRIMMINGS. UMBRELLAS, sail errrr artlrla usually io the beat i'aatuuoala Ketail Estabiish- It is air Jesim to deal far Cash alone, anil 1 will sell at prices aiQit'h will mate it aa ubject frr tiie citizeiui ami public to site aae tlieix tiaile. Hats and Caps made and repaired to order. Particular attention pawl to Repairiiur Lathes' Fors. or T. S. PADDOCK CANADA GRAY CASSIMERK for S Uentleiuen, WARKFN'S. UBSCRIBE AT ONCE. IF YOU WISH TO SECURE A COPY ot that cleeant Kn- Tavnn,"THK VlULAl.. fc HLAt lva.l 1 1 ft, anu itiBin Journal, witu the other Pr-miuma, te sare and au'iscribe S3 iHilcre the t ot January, iron, spacimn cupie oj tne ab-ive. aud lull purticulara eiven, by a,rlyiii?lo noJ0 U.SSIAM a.. UULKiK, Agem I"TSTKAY Came to the Premises of !i the subscriber, on the lfith wot., a BLACK AND WHITE COW, Pot wliich an owner is wanted. Irtqnire east end of Ore- goo street. aovSldHK 2t)7. PATRICK KINNEY. ATLANTIC FOR DECEMBER - IX Received at J. B. COBB fc CO. ATLANTIC MONTHLY, for Decern ber 25 Frank LeMie'a New Kami'y Majrazioe, fof Dec 25 Load' n Art Jonrual, fr Nov 75 H. uphold Wrdt, tor Dee 'A KuHJkerooclter. fr Dec 26 Arthur's rliim MxT7ine. fur Dec !A The Four suten a Tale of Social and Domestic Life in Kweuen: oy r reurixa jtremer, aumor wi i ue weiw hors," 'Nina " The freaident a Daughter," ftc ; tmnnlate.1 bv Mary Howitt. Nick Nax, lor Dec 10 Ballou' fictonai riaoi ir unioa. N T Week.y and Fireman J onrnal. fr this week. Wetk'y Novelette. Foraale hv HAWKS ft BRO., nova Poatomi-e CleTe!and. O. FANCY GOODS .COUNTRY MERCHANTS susliins to bur stuck if FANCT GOOUa sir TOYS tor the HOLIDAYS, will Ulul a baaa Ulal sssortiuent, al New York Dnnas, at aovj nLiioanu s navanaafl ot For Sale or Rent. HOUSE FOR KK2s'T. The House auw occupied by me. No. 230 Pittsburgh street, foe to agcou tenant. Poaseasioa mtn imipeuiaieii.. novU 247 uer!or St. IOR RENT The Brick liWell-f injc. No. jt) Ontario street, u lw tiours oorth .J Lake street. iims ntwliratB. if applied for JL-t lmmeiiiateiy nrvij uiwata JACOB ut nua BLXDEKY YOU SALE. For sale,, complete Bindery, rnnnstiire of a RnlinK Msenine Cuttinr Machine. Press. Sucar. Stampiuz roois, PioukIib and every thir-s itecesary to carry una Bicdery to advan tajre. These Tool will "e sold at a low figure fur ca.h LOT FOR SALE. A desirable Lot consisting of oue acre, sitoaied near the Female Sen uiary, fr sale cheap, and on easy terras. Iutinue ot FOR RENT a desirable front OF IV ICE on the second floor, near the Merchants' Bank on Superior tret. Inquire ot ,o au7 Real Estate Agents. FOR SALE CHEAP. AN LNTER est in lbs Fixtures kc.,of a Mnnntactnring Establuh nt Day in lot) per ce t. price f .uv ior wnicn guest western lands will be taken. Address P. O-, Drawer iOO janUidtr 5 LTV AN LITTL. HIRAM H. MTTL9. I LI. S. KKTK3. LITTLES & KEYES, Dealeri in REAL ESTATE Office, over (fr Superior st.t Cleve land. O., haveconstaotir od hand a large qosuH y of vcr giMjd Fanning Laiais in Iowa and Wisconsin, which we will itiU low for Cash, or ex. aaoge fr persial Prrjperty, City or Country Re.,1 Estate nXti dl.t 8 FARMS FOR SALK. Four farma in vicinity of Cleveland price irom $1,200 to $5,0u Al'O, several nooses anu iois iu tne uiiy i Hits eiy Cheap. . Also, a TVtKJien g aciory, m mm, six uwnnni Housesn nd:W acres of land at Bed turd, I'inilesout out', k P. R. R.. which we wtiisell on long tliue i-r will x- chani?e tor cuv property. Also. Saw .Hill, tLomine diamine, rcmse icu ou acres o lai:d,'milK)outoc C. & M. R. R., at Aurora. Also. 2 fine family 1 torso;, and several second -h an Wiiironsantl Harnes;-. A 11 ior sale very cheaua&Uajua credit will be given H "desired. AltfO. Evenki good nouses lorem. mhGlif 5 LITTL KS a. KEYTS, over68 Sap st QOHOLARSHIPS FOR SALE IN the bev Commercial Colleges m the country. Call at Wants. en n nnn oney advanc- VPXVV KJ V ED I asanas to suit at the old st ind and well known WAONER'SOFFICE-on Gold and Silver WMti lies, Jweirv, iii:iiiiouis, onus, risiuis. ic. Buiiiesstnclly pnvate". Ollice No 3 Water at., cornet Suitirior (up stairs) t-slabliUed in 1851 Open from t A M to a P. M. Watches snu Jewelrv for saie at bargains WM. WARNER, trtTtT- lrf Q- n C mme-i-i ,T Br. Bvlr Clothing. KOCH, LEVI & MAYER, Wholesale and Retail DEALER IN ALL KINDS OP Ready Hade Clothing NO. 72 SUPERIOR STREET. Millinery, TO T recei HE LADIES. We have just iv.;d a lar&e and choice lot of newliibbons. Flow ors, Feat.iers, and. some cnuice auo iiew materials io W i :iter Bonnets, ail oiv, Inch have been boucht very che and will be sold at 20 PERCENT less than foimebpsick Ca'irarly aud make a selection wlule t tie aMorlment complete. Al SI? AW ft Co.'s, duca 125 Superior Hardware. CARPENTERS TOOLS. The larg-e-t ami best vartetv in the citr l.r sale by ap3U H K. KAY. mil. us, io 8 sar-eior 3C. HOUSE TRDLMINGS, of every des cnptiou, rarietv stvieand price f.-rfale by H. K. R W.NuLDS, No. 8 Superior St. 1,000 7 wile by KEGS OF SUPERIOR ' NAILS Of all sizes and qn:ihtiea, for H. sw. HAV.NLLUS, No. & Supeiior St. 3.J1 TRON AND STEEL. At out a ship .L load, -lor salony H. K. KAYNOLDS. Builders & Architects. BROOKS S. C. & E. W., BUILD EKS. Al tiaoufaclunrs t Donrs, Blinds, ixt, Brsfketand al1 -tnus of Srrull-SawiDff and Uoihic aur'i. Particutaratteeii hi uaid t" Ki:ti.-UoSturea. Factory u Otvi-mn-st. ne: Cbtitre Bi'ick. Cirvt-tand.O. noHM-31 c ORLKTT & CUBBON SIASTE)' General Notices. BOARDING The House No. 24 Public Square, and by the btone Church one of tne olt:aantet local ia s in tiie Ciiv bus beeu i horuuib iv n pti ed, and is now open f.ir Boarders. Families wishing 1 lun their own rimi, can lie i-coo,iB,ij:tied with larse arnl cHtVeiii-nt rooms and bed-roms; and Si 'Cie Board t is and I 'av Boarders will tind K'xd accumrnodations, on rea sonable teruiM. Ladies 'ot etcludftl. Reference eien and rccived u..rJ.d3ml9 S. W BURR1TT. rniSSOUTION. THE CO-PART- UhJ NERSH1P heretofore eTuMui? nivler the name ol Roberta ft Eiiswoim. is this uavui-soived dt mrjtua l con sent. ROBERTS fc ENS WORTH. Cleveland, Nov. 4th, 118. CO-PARTNERSHIP. -Tbe ordmifned have this day formed u cc-aItnerblp, in the firm t ame of Pynch- n ft Ensivnh and take the entire business, and pay all claims bgaiibt the late firm of Roberts ft Eu worth S. P. PVVCHOV, Cleveland. Nuv.ith, lS5eJ. J. ENSWORIH. n"v!7 iew Citv Uirectorj'e IN CONSEQUENCE of the recent re Biin'tenng oi the streets of this Citv thus render, na; ail loriuer Directories nele the aoernhers will issue, luri.igthe eomint-wioter. (or as sojnaa tha nambenuc u; the Greets i comuleted.) a New and Complete Directory Of the Names and Residences, according with l be a w numbenof . Also, in connection, a COMPLETE EUSIKES3 DIKECTORY, Arranged a'.phabelically ; besides other infrrmation par lau i! u; to be public. It H intended that this Direuery shall be complete in every particular. J. H. wlLLISTON & CO . Pijbiishers, d6 d 3W No. Ii2 Suenor Street. D ANIEL W. DUTY would re- fDectmllv call tha attention of all ctmim not id4 .ormcd, aud wishing to procure anything in his line, to his New Style of Burial Casket. It is made lirht and convenient for trmsportatieo, pit tiny in vaults, or common lute.meuts, and finished m a beauti ful a u i chasie tv le. He has the pleasure ui knowing that they met with the most oniv. rsa. al miration and approval. They need to be seen to be appreciated. A complete as sortment ot' the Common Styles of Wood anti Metal Coffins , Kent constantly on hind, toe-ether with a great variety cf SHROUDS and TRIMMINGS. Inadditiu tn the above. Lie is oow prepared to furtisli RED LLDAB liGXES. put together wnti c-pper naiU ud nveu, Lo all peisoi.swUo mav nreler tliem. CwOtfire. Nj 58 Ene street. novCTt dJtt rw MEW FEATUKES tiFIH YEAR OF THE COSHOrOLITAS AST ASSOCIATION. S UPER B EM1RA VIXGS ! Beanliful Art Journal Valuable Preraiams, Aa. THIS POPULAR Art Association ni'W in Its Firth eartl ontja.aileled soctkhh bnving purrh- sed and euirraved in steel, Hemne's treat Painuo(, "THK VILLAGK BLAC KSMITH. ' will nuw issue c pm (to subsrnbeis ouly) on heavy plate paper, 3U by 3a 'cchiaj, on the iollowiofr TEH.TIS OP SI BSCBIPTIO.X, Everv person re roil tin Thbf.E Dollars, will receive a copv of the superb Steei Lravintr. ailer Heiruig's cele brated PaintiiUE. THE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH; Alio a copy of the beautiful COSMOPOLITAN ART JOURNAL. An e.epnnily illustrated qnarto Mae2,ne. Also Freo St smhi Ttt-srts ot Ailmis--i. n lo the Kx-iera (ei iutel dortt) aid Western Galleries oi the Association. Th.?re will also lie eiven to the subs-jiib-.rs, several hna dieu Valuaile W urka of A rt, cuns.stti ut hne Oil Paintings, Bronze Sculptures, tc. From ce'ehrated Amerif a-i ard Fareipn Artists. Subscrip tions vi lli Iw niceived ' to January bt, lr9. On the even ins that date, tfce Fremiuina wi l be Awarded to Mib sc i liters. For lull particulars, m- O-cmbar Art Journal price 50c. Si-ecimen copies sunt to th we uihtnsV to suhcnb.-, ou the recvipt ol la cents; id no-t; tre siamos or roin. Address C. L. I'kHB V. Actuary. (. A. A., LatOeru Olfic, &4b Broadway. N. Y. Or Western Office, lSJ Water St., Sanda-ky, O. OSSIAN E. DODGE, Eiclusive A;aet. CievelLiL!. ( aU)l, EWHALL & CO., manui'ae- lurers uf MARBLEIZED STQXE MANTLES. TABI.K TOPS all kinds of Sawed Stone for Flag- gite. Tiling anu iaiuidiug. U eveland, Ulno. Samples may be eeii at Jolni Inersull & Co.'s. No. 133 Suiei iir street, Cieveland, and also al the k'actury, u East Cleveiaod. ASA CAST. F. NEWUAZX. B. T. STOSX. ENRlDliK COAL AND t'AUBON OILS 1 he antler i-ne! would sav tu ti.- who deal m cotl and carbon oils, Urt he h-x uitde sm-lt arransexents as will ename u i iu u- lurmtn inohe ao nay iunfooi nun, wn as gooa an articie of COAL AND CARBON OILS, As thre Is mauafac;urel in tba countrr li. IB barrel or ?aln Kia.U. Coal, C'arhou aol Kensiaa LAMPS ior stla at wholesale at ew York oruealreulit atiUeti. No. mOiranuS'.. R LAW. 11 XO.NS OIL MEAL For sale by XJ nor S W MKLHINL'H.' TAGIN'S EPICURIAN Mills Flour. JL ' Invincible with the Age" brand for sale by BOTXI A- m. ri tvi i m. EDWARD THOMPSON, . ej. ATTACHMENT. Francis il elliott ) Before 6. B. Tibbits. Janice of the Peace, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio. THE Defendant U notified, -that at my instance anorJer '-f titachiuen' was issu-d by sai Justice on tn $! dav of Noveaner, liS, sfa.nst the de tendant. Franc s R. Elliott, a aoa-resiuat debtor, for tbe sum of one hundred and tninv-rive 70-lu0 do lar. aud said .ause la set for heaimg on th l?'h day of Dee. mhtr, at 2 P M EDWARD THtiMPsON". nov20 Sw 288 By R G. Hunt, bis Aifr.