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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 1 November 1858

OAILY MORNING LEADER. rrffMHK9 HAM 7. i t I - EH. LI k WEEKLY, W E COWLES & CO ; 6i 8airior etret. TESMfl OF DAILY-AND TRI-W HEKLY. Dsily.ptr week rajs eta. ' ' year, to mail e-jbacnoere S-CI 7ri-WcI , per week cts. " jear &lol Dally for lens tkan Oh Yrar, 30 Ctiiii per Mamb. Terms of Weekly Leader. The Proprietors hare cnctnl.t -hut a reduction in the pr e-; ol" the LK tFEK would be m-rw-ficial to its patrons, as Wult to lua.usevet: and tur hare, a.-c'irdiar'y, reduced he eutjscnptiou price or iti WEEKLY LEADER, to in ila subscribers to ONE DOLLAH AND FIFTY CENTS per er, sad ONs; DOLLAR tor six moot hi They alto ft.Ttheioliowtn? incucetuenis to clubs: 10 cop.e $I3.u01 JO co;is. 60 U H.Ou E0 M W' Ui.UHjluO ; (W All to nns address. Fire rents extra will be chanr. d on acii copy, to Clubs, wit pre the name ot The subsmlfer it wiittTi n it. Aii extra copr allowed to the getter uo of Clot, lur his trouble. Invariably in Advance. CyPeron-i Hirwardiu orders for subscription, witho...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 1 November 1858

Morning leader. rTBL.l3!lU BY COWLES & E. CO. mo; ;iay SOMS, NOV. It 1S5 November Elections. This week will be an exciting one in several of the States. In New York a Governor, Lieu tenant Governor, Canal Commissioner, State Prison Inspector, two State Senators to fill va cancies, Members of Assembly, and thirty -three Congressmen will be elected. Edwin D. M r gan is the Republican, Amasj J. Parker the Democratic, Lorenzo Burrows the American, candidates for Governor. Gerrit Smith is also a candidate on his own hook. New Jersey elects five Members of Congress. Massachusetts a Governor and State ticket. Members of the Legislature, and eleven Mem bera of Congress. N. P. Banks is the Repub lican, E. D. Eeach the Democratic, and Amos Lawrence the American, candidates for Gov ernor. Michigan a Governor and State officers, four Members of Congress, and Members of the Le gislature. Moses Wisner is the Republican, and Charles E. Stuart tbo Democratic can-Jidatc fur Governor. Illinois el...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 1 November 1858

Special Notices. Ijtf" For Gas Fixtutn und Fi'ting Appy Fflexr En x worth Co., luSeW 107 Superior stmt. COAL ! COAL ! ! COAL ! ! ! J0H1T TOD & YATES Are prepared to deliver m pure article of BRIAR HILL CHIPPEWAY uud LACKAWANNA COAL, selected egnresily fur family use. tyCrders promptly filled at their Yard, on the Canal, near the foot erf Vueyard street, Cleveland, O. JOHNJTOD. ocI2d6m 2SC J. V. N. VATE3. try a rai.e chance fur employment Persona regain g a li.ht, agreeable and respectable em ptoyui'nt, by which iheycan realize from $10 u$30 per wek, will ascertain full particulars by addrea-ing HUTCH1NS CO., 1(5 Chambeie street. New York City. Oue postage stamp required to pre-pay aniwera. otl2 dim 206 CaT'SPANISH AND MEXICAN QUARTERS; also. Shillings and Sixpence, bought at Si, IS per ounce, by CM AS A. READ k CO., Bankers, No. 46 Water street, opposite the Poet Office. N.B. Spanish quarter will average nearly twenty-three cents each. c6diw 4m 216 tW " TO SMOKERS & CKEWEB.S...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 1 November 1858

COMMERCIAL. PLAIN AND ORXAMKNTAL PRINTING. Plain andOruannntl Prmtius of every deT'-no uouoat thePnntiue; Establishment of the Leader Office, oil the latest iinpr vej ami niost rajid steam presses, mi he her-t style, on short notice, anil at reasonable rates. Tar licular attention paid to blank work . Every description oi B;ndia? dune, especially Blank B-xks, Ledgers, Juuru a,s, Sales Bo k, Kec?iv:n? Books, fcc . . fcc. Cleveland Produce Market. MORX1NG LEADER OFPITE,) .Saturday, Oct M. 5 P. M f To-day nas been a fit close of a doll week, fio far a. we could bear, thera were no transaction in grain, and only one or two loU or flour sold beyond the usual small sale to the re tail trade. A lot of4J bbls common extra sUd at $l,7i. and 3 do n-'ce superfine at $4,51). BL'TTKR We note sale 52 kegs Central at 13c; fki kegs do at an average of 11 c; B kecs do at 11c. F.,,j3 Sales '27 bi-ls at ltc. SKEIS Timsthy continaes active. Sales to-day of bus and 1) bus. at $1.73. APPLES Salel 20 bbls...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 2 November 1858

DAILY MORXIXG LEADER rt-ULli-Hf 9 I'AlI-T. TI i-WZt.KUT Jr. LlfhlV, MT E COVLES & CO.' M Superior street. TERMS OP DAILYT?;n TRI-WHEKLT. Daily, per week 123 cte. ' year, toniail iubcnters $&.0f Trl-Weekiy, P.-r week 6t( cw. " year tliK Daily far Iras than One Tear, 50 team per Month. Terms of Weekly Leader. '1'Ut Hmpnetor iiave our laded ihal a reduction m the ,t ;.. 01 the LK Vl tlli w.uld be lieneticial to tin patrons, as to tlt4:U3tt"; and liijv liava, acordiuelv. reduced tue .uFer:piioit pn. e or ihm WEEKLY LEADF.R. to m ;esabcriur5tuONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CKNiS prr year, and OSK DOLLAR for nz mouths They also afL-rttie follow. lie iisducemeuu Lo clubs: 14 coiotrt $13 00! 3fi cuiies $29 GO U " 17. Out 50 " 116 jo 'M mijiuo " w 00 AH tooue addifii. Five reuts extra, will be chanr . J o a.-bcopv. to Ciubs, wli.re the name ot the subscriber 1 written on it. Au xira copy aiiuweU to the getter us of he Club for lu trouble. Invariably in Advance. J79Pers'jii forwardinrorJr8 for ...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 2 November 1858

MORNING LEADER. R. PUBLISHED BY COWLES & CO. TI USBAY .MOHMSfci, SOV. 2, 1S5S. Another Anti-Filibuster Proclamation. Instead of bnugiiig or imprisoning General ValLer, the Cbirf of Filibustors, wlteu captured and brought back a a pirate by the gallant PauUiiiT under the President's former Procla. inatioii and orJcra, be was dismissed with cour tesy by Gen Cass and the Administration, ant Pauldm ' was sought to be disgraced for dU rharoini: his dutv. Walker again wont South nude harangues, was received ith honor by -.tt Ij-uisbtures. and wont through the sbani of a trial at New t)rleans for breach of the lieu tralitv laws. He bis since been openly matur ing bis plans for another deaccut on Nicaragua. His movements have bepn public as the press and have been winked ut if not approved and counseled by the h ading supporters of the Ad miuistratiou in Washington and the Southern States and cities to New Orleans. After the former illegal expedition, Walker was let loas, til- Ailniinis...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 2 November 1858

Special Retires. tW For Gas Fixture and Fitting .Ipfly Fin Euworti Co., h&amd 107 Superior Ural. l:tf COAL! COAL!! COAL!!! J0K2J TOO & YATES Are prepared to deliver pure article at BRIAR MILL CHIPPEWA Y und LACKAWANNA COAL, selected expressly Tor family use. fiTCrdcrs promptly filled al their Yard, on the Canal, near the foot of Vi..eyard str. et, Cleveland, O. JOHN TitD nrl3tlCin2K J V.N.YATKS. f7A KAKK CHANCE FOK EMPLOYMENT Persous re 4 inn g a hi lit, amenable and mspect&hV em- lofntiit, by w!ai:h they can realize from $H to ;3d per week, mil eacertulu lull particular by addressiu? HUTCHINS Ik CO., 165 Chambers street. New York City. One postage stamp required to pre-pay auvweis. or 12 dim 6 C" SPANISH AM MEXICAN QUARTERS; alt. Shillings and Supeurt-s. Iju1u at $1,15 per on ore, by I H AS A. READ Ie CO., tankers. No. 4t Water street, opposite t tics Post Ottit-tf . N.B. Spanish quarters will average nearly twenty-three cents each. oc6 Jiw 4ui 216 CT"T0 SMOKERS & C...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 2 November 1858

COMMERCIAL. FINANCIAL, ETC. Itaslncu for the past wek baa exhibited no Improvement The low price to wbicb grain bat fallen baa almort entirely checked receipts, and all the principal article of prod ace have ruled dull. A better feeling is manifest in floor, and holders oi good brands arc firm. Tba sa'es generally have tet-n at a little better rates. A considerable advance in wheat has transpired, hat the improvement is without corresponding ad vance in the eastern markets. Financial matters have undergone no change. Honey con tinaes abundant and cheap at all the great business centers. Reports from abroad state that the plethora f money there i inducing a renewal of business activity, and the indications are good of better times coming here, also. Thompson's ReiKrter says: " An expansion of paper money and credits generally has commenced. Mercantile credits ne cessarily go baid in hand with this paper money expansion. Merchants are venturing on the Or. and Cr. ivitem pmdent ly, it ...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 3 November 1858

ALARIC; OR, THE TYRANT'S VAULT. A SICILIAN STORY OF ANCIENT TIMES. CHAPTER II.—CONTINUED. At this juncture Bellerus returned in baste, and there was a look of trouble upon bis brow. Ue closed the door behind him, and then turned towards our hero. "A!ario," he said.etidently striving to assume a calmness which he did not feel, "hive you any reason to believe that your entrance into the city this evening was particularly noticed." "Why do you ask V demanded the youth. " I will tell you," answered Bellerus. "I have just eome from the inn near the Temple of Di ani, where I overheard a conversation between two soldiers who had just come from the south ern gate. They said that a Greek vessel was seen upon the coast this morning, and fiat some one landed from her. I also made out, from their conversation, that the king had been in formed of the tact, and that he had given or ders that every stranger who entered the city, should be watched, and intelligence of his whereabouts conveyed to hi...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 3 November 1858

MORNING LEADER. PUBLISHED BY E. COWLES & CO. "WEDNESDAY JIORSINU, NOV. 3 THE Nullifier Again Miserable! The elections in Peun)lvania, Oliio, InJmua, jj Iowa, have put the wh..l Nullification pcr ty into the dumps. Their organ, the CharletMi Mercury, is JUtresaiutfly uubai.y. It Jeelares that the whole North haaWu seetionalizeJ '. Tliat nearly every man who vuU-J for the Le ecnjptou act is politically huri. J ! That "the President s home, and county and State, have turned their fices in rehuke and anger away front him !" with much more of the same sort, :d concludes its jeremiad with the old threat: 'People of the North, leave us to our rijjhls in peace, or wo shall dissolve the Union !" The Mercury may as well drop lo zero. No bxly in the North will interfere with the rights cf South Carolini. Her black can bleach out h.TSoil, and her black in turn I bleached out, ithout la or hindrance. If she is content to drop behind all the Free Suite and ultimately l ecome the Afric a of th...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 3 November 1858

Sptfial Notices. 15 -Per Gat Fixture and Fitting Apffy Fow Kmswortk 4- Co., ioosumi 107 Superior street. uplii COAL ! COAL ! ! COAL ! ! ! JOHN TOD & YATES Aie pit pared to deliver a pure arti le of BRIAR HILL CHJPPEWAY uul LACKAWANNA COAL, selected expressly for family ue. CyCniers promptly filled ai t h if Yard, on the Canal, war th-; loo: of Viney-'rd si it el. Cle.'e.aud, O. JOHN TOD. o. 12 dCmJSCC J V. N YATES. A BAKE CHANCE FOR EMPLOYMENT -PcrMii rejoin z a liihi, agreeable, and respectsble eiu- ploynjut, by which tlieyc.au rnuhze irotn $10 lo $30 per week, will axccrtaiu lull particulars by addressing HL TCH1NS a, CO.. itS CliamWrs street. New York City. Onv pustJtfa stamp teo,uired io pre-jiay answers. K-rdlm Aft iy-SPANISH AM MKXlCANQb'AKlfc:US; also. Shilling and Sitf.-a. la-usbi at $1.15 pr ouuee, hy I H AS. A- REAP A. CO , banker. No. K Water street, opposite the Post Odice. N.B. Spanish utiaitiirs will avera;e nearly twenty-three renin each. '6 d-tw 4m 216 "c" toTmok...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 3 November 1858

COMMERCIAL. PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING. g- piuiuandOmameutal Primim of every deecritdio donoat the PnutiJ-g Establishment of the Leader Office, on the latest impr veil and nn-st rapid steam presses, in ihe bst stjle, on short notice, and at reasonable rates. P;r licular attention paid to blank work. Every descriptiou of 8 iiim? d.ne, esttecially Blauk B'Kiks. Lcdsrers, Journ als, S:tlei Bo dts. Receiving Cooks, ate . . fcc. Cleveland Produce Market. MORNING LEADER OFFICE, TL'EsUAY, Hot, '1 5 P. M . I The ven- disagreeable weather of to-day has contributed to Cltei k business, atd the amount done is small KLOl'R-siales l'Ci bbl. common Ohio extra a! $1,75; -W LbU extra at bbls. low grade double extra at low bbls i-ouDtry mills double extra at ,$5,50. W H EAT Sale a lot good Indiana red at $1 . olla.ng doiu g In corn or oats . BITTER-.' kegs Central sold at llc. 8. Corning & Co's Quotations A L. 4 O II O I, " A.SU 11 V K X I H FLUID, MlSlTACTt ikKD BY S. CoRNINJ ifc Cl., 7(i li...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 4 November 1858

DAILY MORNING LEADER. rMJLIfllt IUII.Y. TM-WKKKLT -V tSh LT, BY COWLES & CO 1 fri Superior street. TERMS OF DAILY-AND TRI-WEEKLY. Daily, per war-k 12)$ m. ' year, to mail suliscntiers $a.bt Trl-WeeUy.uer wee. 6 it " yar S3.1 Daily far lrn than One Year, AO Ceata per Mania. Terms of "Weekly Leader. 'I tit riti(ini'tiip tmr eiirlu.tnl hut a reduction m the yr l ilir l.KVUKK w.-utu lie l-euttririui u itx uatruiis, a "H ax .. tiifitiwes; mill tit li-ive aiT'intmalv, reduced t.1( -uriito.u (.n.t .1 WKKKLY I.KAOftR. to tm sic HUlr-iriWrs to UNE DOLLAK AND FIFTY CKNIS ,Mr year, mi.l ONH UOJXAk lor six nnuilbs Tbey alo tftfrj lulioWiuir inducements to clubs: l ..upjr-i. $13 Ud 3.1 conies S2H GO 14 SO " 46 " -Ju.tmltl " 00 All toone address. Five cents eitra Will be Thar, d u arhcup)', to t;lubs, whs-re the name ot I tie ubft'ritrr u written oil it. An 1-T.tra, cupv ailuwed to the getter uo ot fee ..'lull lur bis trouble. Invariably in Advance. f"iJrs.m t.irwurd in:; orders for sulrecrip...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 4 November 1858

---- " MORNING LEADER. e. cowles k co. "tui"ksuay mokmnu, ?ot. 4, iss. Northern Ohio Lunatic Asylum. Superintendent Kk-ndkick enU-red upon the discharge of liU duties on the 2nd, and made tlic following appointments which were confirm t J by the Board of Trustees : Assistant Superintendent, Dr. Wellington "Whitino, of New York. Matron, Miss North, of Ashtabula County. Steward, Mr. IIolli.tir, of East Cleve land. The new officers of the Asylum are all high ly recommend for their respective jjosi'ioiis, ad it is to be hoped that the organisation will Trove eminently beneficial to the institution. 3 he Superintendent, to rare qualifications lor ie responsible post, adds experience in the Central Asylum. Lr Whitimo, a ftcr success- ' ful practice of his profession in Massillon, spent a year in the European llospuais, anu " recent r.tum settled in New York. Mis. T...mth is thought to possess just the requisites - 1 f.tr.m- HIlJ Mr. HOLLISTEK for J'r a i. - , - tearJ. Assets of O. L. Ins....

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 4 November 1858

Special Notices. tW Far Gat fir'nm ami Filling Aj-fy Fmi Kittworth 4 Co npl:tf 5 and 107 Superior ttrrrt. COAL ! COAL ! ! COAL ! ! ! JOHH TOD & YATES Are ptepured to deliver a pure article of BRIAR HILL CK1PPEWAY und LACKAWANNA COAL, selected txprewly for family use. Criers promptly filled at their Yard, ou the Canal, aear the foot of Vineyard street, Cleveland, O. JOHN TOD. ocl2 d6m.t26 J. V. N. YATES. GT A RARE: CHANCE FOR EMPLOYMENT. Persons re qui nig a liht, agreeable and respect ible ero ploymat, by winch they cau realize from $10 to $30 per week, will ascertain full particulars by addressing HUTCHINS fc CO., ICS Chamber street. New York City. One postage stamp required to pre-pay answers, or 12 dim 205 CSPAN1S1I AND MEXICAN QUARTERS; also, Shilling aiid Siinencea, bought at $1,15 par ounce, by ( HAS. A. READ & CO., Bankers, No. 46 Water street. opposite the Post Office. N.B. Spanish tioarters will average nearly twenty-three cents each. or6 dftw 4m 216 ET "TO SMOKERS ...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 4 November 1858

COMMERCIAL. LA1N AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING. Plain anJOruaoieatil Pr.uUus of every cescrit:io UtMioAt tbe Printing Etai)ilimeiiti)f the LettdVrOliiee, owthe Uterf impr ved and luoslraidd steam presses, in ih tet i-tyle. on short nut ire, aud at reasonable tales Par ticular atteutiou paid to Wank work. Every tleacuption uf UiiiJm? done, especially Htauk B.K.ks. Ledgers, J.uirn a.s, SiiU Bo fcs Receivim; Books, fcc. kc. Cleveland Produce Market. AIOKMMS LEADER OFFICE. ) V, tlt.i'Ar. Nuv..3 4 P. M. The market to-day has Wen utterly Hat. The only sale of gram reported wan a car-load ot old barky atXk In Hour 1 I-re has beeu uuiltiuK dune. .Trices remain at ourquuta-tkt- Bl TTEit-Satespoodt'entral at l.V,and 15 kegs C csliextin WeaU-rn lUterve at ISr. F.i itiiS--'ate en;j in ordinary condition at H'e, and iiua at lie. FKL IT Sale 3 lilla prime cranberries at $'Jt i S. Conung- & Go's Quotations-a l c II o L AND M iNUPaCTURKD BY" S. CoitXINU & Co., 70 RlVER Street, ClkvelsNIi. Ohio. T...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 5 November 1858

DAILY MORNING LEADER. Ft'aUSHKU DAILY, TLI-WEKKL fc uXKi,V, BY E COWLES i& CO:' M Superior street. TERMS OF DAILY-Zn'D,'TRI-WHEKLY. Daily, per week T2 year, to Bill aultscnlters $6.14 7ri Weekly, per we. 6i4 til year $JU0 Daily far irw. tha One Yt-vr, 50 IHC per Mouth. ' . .- Terms of Weekly JLeader. Th l-rounrtora have onr-luded i a redaction in the a ,.., Ot I lie LL AlLK. Would lMt MtriciM. to rtpal'.ms. MS ell t ttiniiiae e: and tluv imt- " - rdinMv, reduced ne suorcr.oliou nnc o? I'.c WEfci l LEADER, t sin ale sub nkrt.iNE lMiLLAlTm-FlFTY CENTS in-r .ear. and ONK IHlLLAU (or m muullis They alo orb-rlli loU-iWiiu; inducements U riuhs: M topies 13.UI 3 Cui'lM $ 60 IS H M 50 46 un jq 'JV0l.lWu " MU OU Alt Im cue aJ lrtiftS. Five ceuts extra will be chare, d on at -Ucupy, to Clubs, wlmre th uune ot i lie bubsrrilmr is wnut ii i'U it An extra copy kliuwtJ lu the seller uu ut he CM for Ins trouble. Invariably in Advance. ffPersM ..H"war3ingfmlrB for suhm-nption, without i r- -i.i...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 5 November 1858

,EADER. PUBLISHKD BY COWLES & CO. E. ' FRIDAY MOBMNCi UV. S 1S5S. Reminiscences. The Newburgh celebration not only waked up eld things for the day, bnt may wake up others worth thinking of. albeit of little moment in thf mselves. The Sewburgh celebration went Wk to the end of the last centuiy and to the ntly part of the present one. The settlement of Cleveland was mide in 179C. It rejoiced then in a population of four persons. Within s few Yeirs they added so to their numbers that they mnted e:ght or ten; and so they kept on in creasing till in 1825 they connted up to the al most incredible suni of five hundred in thieve l... 1 ,i nn inn,lrpj across the river. In Wl - June, of that year, Dewitt Clinton, then Gov mar of Sew York, came to Cleveland in the fort and staunch steamer " Superior," so called rvrobahlv because she wculd no six miles an i" j - , hcur in calm weather, and had no superior, be lug the only steamer above the Falls of Niagara. G ,y. Clinton was on his way to X...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 5 November 1858

Special KotictB, BP For Gat Fixluret and Fitting Apply Fon Eiumorlh t Co. , 106 nd 107 Sttpmor strett. apl:tf COAL ! COAL ! ! COAL ! I ! JOHU" TOD & YATES Are prepared to deliver a pure article of BRIAR MILL CHIPPEWAY und LACKAWANNA COAL, selected expressly fur family nse. fCrders promptly filled at their Yard. on the Canal, Dear the foo! of Vineyard street. Cleveland, O. JOHN TOD. oc12 dCui ZXm J. V. X. YATE&. ty A It A HE CHANCE FOR EMPLOYMENT. Persons requiriig a h;ht, agreeable and reapectab'-e em plcymiit, by which they can realize from $10 to $30 per Week, will ascertain full particulars by add resume HUTCHINS ft CO.. 165 Chambers street, New York City. One postage M&mp required to pre-pay aiuweia. rl2 dim 2ua -"SPANISH AM) MEXICAN QUARTERS; also, Shillings and Supcnces, bought at $1,15 per ounce, by CHAS. A- READ k CO., Bankers, No. 46 Water street. opposite toe Poet Office. N.B. Spanish quarters wilt average nearly twenty-three cents earh. 6 dk w 4ra 216 CiT "TO ...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 5 November 1858

COMMERCIAL. PLAIN AN ORNAMENTAL PlilNTlNC QT Plain and Ornamental Print in? of eviry descnpito donoat thePnntnfe Estahlistnuentof tht Leader Office, od the latest jmpr ved and must rapid rieanspresses, m the best style, on short notice, and at reasonable rates. Par tic alar attention paid to blank, work. Eviry descriptor of Bin-limr d me, especially Blank B.ks. (ledgers. Journ als. Sales Bojfcs, Receivm Books, Ike, fed Cleveland Produce Market. MORMNO LEA DEB OFFICE.l Thursday, Suv. ,6 P. M. 5 FLOUR No sates .' j WHEAT More activity lias prevailed t-day, and sales hare been at a Rule better figures. A lot HM bos sold at $1 ; 1 car-load at 11,01 ; 3t bu trum store at same; 1 car at $1,"-, and 3 MO bn afloat at same. CORN No sales. OATS Sale one car-load new at 41' Sc. EGG 3 Several lota sold at lie. Receipts are better. BUTTER 2 bbls Central roll at 14c. , LARD Sale 17 kegsold at9''c. , FRUIT Sals cranberries at per bbl for prime. IIIliHWl-SES Steady at 19,V. wiihoccatdonai small sal...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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