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CLEVELAND NEWSPAPER DIGEST JAN. 1 TO DEC. 31, 1852

Abstracts 1392 - 1398

OBITUARIES (Cont'd) 1392 - DTD Sept. 13; ed:2/1 - Death, removing from us A. D. Cutter, has stricken down one of our best men. No business man enjoyed a higher position for integrity, and no citizen exercised more of the genial qualities which makę human nature so lovable,

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1393 - DTD Oct. 11; ed: 2/1 Mr. Harry L. Noble died yesterday of typhus fever.

He was a quiet, retiring, unobtrusivc citizen, but he was, nevertheless, known to all our people, whose entire confidence he possessed. He was one of the earliest settlers of the city, and has done much to make it morally and physically what it is.

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1394 - DTD Nov. 15:2/3 - Mr. William Burnham, 53, died Nov. 13. He resided at 163-165 Kinsman st. He was an esteemed citizen, and an affectionate husband, a kind father, and a faithful friend.

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OPTICIANS & OPTOMETRISTS
1395 - DTD Jan. 7; adv:3/1 - Dr. Solomon, the sole inventor of the im-
proved Spectacles, will remain in Cleveland a few days longer, and may
be consulted at his office in the Williams Block, room 6, Superior St.
Mr. Solomon has been patronized by the highest Medical authorities in
Europe and America and high encomiums have been bestowed upon his
glasses by Prof. Delamater, and Prof. Kirtland of Cleveland.

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1396 - DTD May 27; adv:3/6 - If you want your eyes cured, call at Dr. Quittenbaum's Office, corner of Ontario and Champlain Sts.

N. B. - Patients unable to pay will be treated free of charge, except for medicine.

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ORGANIZATIONS
1397 - DTD Jan. 31:3/1 - A meeting of the ladies of Cleveland and Ohio
city was held in the drawing room of the Weddell House on Jan. 30 for
the purpose of organizing a Ladies' association of the friends of
Hungary. Mrs. M. C. Younglove was appointed to the chair, and Miss
Virginia Vaughan was chosen secretary. Whatever funds may be raised
will be presented by the association to Mr. Kossuth.

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1398 - DTD Feb. 7; ed: 2/2 - The friends of Hungary will meet tonight at Kelly's hall, not for speech making, but for work.

"Let there be a full meeting tonight, and let us show what we are willing to do for Freedom, in sustaining Freemen eager to have it. Friends of Hungary and of European Liberty, rally this evening!"

(2) CLEVELAND NEWSPAPER DIGEST JAN. 1 TO DEC. 31, 1852

Abstracts 1399 - 1405

ORGANIZATIONS (Cont'd) 1399 · DTD Feb. 9:2/3 - A meeting of the citizens of Cleveland was heid Feb. 7. Its purpose was to take under consideration the propriety of forming a western reserve association of the friends of Hungary. On motion, J. Lyinan was called to the chair; William Slade, jr., and Dr. Roeder, were appointed secretaries.

H. Griswold offered the following resolution which was warmly received, and was adopted: Resolved: That the friends of Hungary in the towns and townships throughout the western reserve be requested to form local associations auxiliary to this western reserve association to raise means to aid in the cause of Hungarian independence.

(13) 1400 - WTD Feb. 11:2/6,7 - The ladies of Cleveland urge all women to give aid to the noble cause of Kossuth's sponsors. They urge the formation of associations of friends of Hungary in every village, city and town, to be affiliated with a central association to be formed in each state, An association has already been formed in Cleveland.

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1401 - WTD Feb. 11:3/1 - The Western Reserve Association of the Friends of Hungary, was organized on Feb. 7. The following officers were appointed: President, S. Lyman; vice presidents, Samuel Starkweather, Thomas M. Kelley, E. Hessenmuller, B. Barker, and George A. Davis; secretary, William Slade, jr.; and treasurer, P. Handy.

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1402 - WTD Feb. i8:1/6 - John C. Vaughan was appointed a member of the executive committee of the state association of the Friends of Hungary.

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1403

DTD Aug. 18:3/1 - The meeting, last evening, for the organization of a Young Mens Hale Club was well attended. Mr. Cliske was called to the chair and Mr. Stone was appointed secretary. Committees were appointed to report on a constitution and permanent officers. Remarks were made by L. Prentiss, H. E. Pain, and others.

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1404 - DTD Nov. 5:2/4 - The Sans Souci Freres society meet on Saturday evenings at the Sons of Temperance hall, Ontario st. The public is invited,

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Cultural

1405 - DTD June 29; ed:3/1 The Hesperian Literary society celebrates its anniversary this evening in the Stone church. J. M. Hoyt, Esq., will deliver an oration and Professor Blanchard will recite a poem.

"Their constitution, which we have perused, is far superior to many of the like, which exist in our western colleges, and we are confident that with such an instrument for their guide, there will be no Disunionists among the young Hesperians."

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CLEVELAND NEWSPAPER DIGEST JAN. 1 TO DEC. 31, 1852

Abstracts 1406 - 1409

ORGANIZATIONS - Cultural (Cont'd)
1406 - DTD Sept. 15:3/1 - The Western Literary association will meet at
the First Baptist church tonight. The object is to consider the forma -
tion of a permanent association for the promotion and improvement of
literature in the west.

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1407 DTD Nov. 12:3/1 The Literary society, which is composed of young men, meets every Saturday. The members aim to cultivate and improve themselves by speaking, debating, etc.

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Fraternal & Benevolent

1408 DTD June 23; ed:2/3 - "The St. George Society is one of the noblest charities in our city. The sermon before us was 'preached by request,' on the 18th of April last, and has been 'published by the Society.' We have read it with pleasure, though dissenting from some of the author's views.

"'Style,' said Bancroft, 'is the gossamer on which the seeds of truth are floated to men's minds. And therefore, though we would not intimate that the worth of a sermon is to be measured by its style, we nevertheless take pleasure in saying of this one, what we could say of few of the more religious discourses which have found their way into our 'sanctum,' that its thoughts are expressed in good Saxon-English without all frippery, and therefore in a manner such as St. George himself need not be ashamed of."

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1409 - DTD Nov. 8:2/4 - The St. Andrew's society will hold their meeting, preparatory to their anniversary, tomorrow. It will be held over Mould's confectionery store, Phoenix building, Superior st. Officers for the ensuing year will be elected. J. L. Cassels, president, and John Proudfoot, secretary, are the present officers.

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CLEVELAND NEWSPAPER DIGEST JAN. 1 TO DEC. 31, 1852

Abstracts 1410 - 1416

PACKING INDUSTRY
1410 - DTD Nov. 15; ed: 2/3 We paid a visit the other day to School's
slaughter and packing house. After viewing the speed in which cattle
were converted into barrels of dressed beef we felt disposed to pledge
not to touch beef again.

"Of School's unselfishness, let us say we received one signal proof.
He was packing, very largely, for the English market, and yet avowed
himself altogether in favor of a high-protection tariff, such as Whigs
went far in their palmiest days, but such as, for many years past, their
public men bave not dared to hint at as a thing desirable. When, in Mr.
S's disinterested spirit, shall we find Lowell manufacturers going for
'Locofoco free trade?'"

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PAINTING & PAPERHANGING 1411 - DID May 28; adv:2/4 - Wadsworth & Akers house, sign, and ornamental painters. 80 Superior st., Empire block, Cleveland, Ohio. They make Signs, Banners, Transparencies, etc. Buildings sanded in imitation of stone,

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1412 - DTD July 19:3/3 - Wolcott & Wakefield. House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. Mechanics' Block, Room Six.

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PAINTS & VARNISHES 1413 - DTD May 20:3/1 - Messrs. Spencer and Webster have developed a new water-proof and fireproof mineral paint that is superior to any other on the market. This paint will not separate from the oil, it will spread equally, and it will retain its color.

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PANORAMAS 1414 - DTD Mar. 5; adv:2/4 - Cravens "California panorama of the Ocean Voyage to and from California and the Gold Mines" is now open at Kelley's hall.

This is not only the largest panorama ever exhibited, but it is acknowledged to be the most beautiful, most varied and comprehensive. There is also delightful music by Blasins on his new and wonderful instrument, the orchestrian.

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1415 - DTD Mar. 11; ed:3/1 "There are but few remaining opportunities of seeing Craven's GREAT PANORAMA OF THE VOYAGE TO THIS MODERN ELDORADO (California) and those few will we have no doubt, be embraced by our citizens, to make this delightful voyage.

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1416 - DTD Mar. 17; adv: 2/9 Craven's popular panorama of the ocean voyage to and from California and the Gold Mines will close, positive, on Mar. 20 at Kelley's hall.

This is not only the largest panorama ever exhibited, but is universally acknowledged to be decidedly the most beautiful, most varied, and comprehensive.

CLEVELAND NEWSPAPER DIGEST JAN. 1 TO DEC. 31, 1852

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PANORAMAS (Cont'd)

A highly interesting lecture is given by H. Amiton and music by Mr. Blasins on his new instrument, the orchestrian.

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1417 - DTD Aug. 7:3/1 - Although attendance at the showing of "Winter's Dioramas" has been tolerable, it has not been what is deserved. The house should be crowded every night. In addition to many beautiful pictures, Hecker's fine band discourses beautiful music. Let it not be said that our citizens are backward in appreciating such merit. No one who goes will regret it.

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1418 - DTD Dec. 20:2/2 - Brewster's panorama of the world will open in this city next week. It is spoken of as being a very creditable work.

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1419 - DTD Dec. 21:3/1 - The grand panorama of the wars for liberty which occured in Italy and Hungary will visit Cleveland, Dec. 25 at Empire hall. M. E. Boger, a Hungarian artist, will describe it.

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1420 DTD Dec. 23; adv:2/4 - Melodeon, Dec. 24, "The Glance at the World" by Brewster. This great painting is divided into three sections, corresponding with the three zones of the globe. It is the largest pano rama ever painted. The exhibition concludes with a grand illumination tableau of the "Grotto of Antiparos.'

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1421 - DTD Dec. 25; adv:2/4 - The panorama of the "Wars For Liberty" in Italy and Hungary will be exhibited at Empire hall every evening except Dec. 27. The exhibit starts Dec. 25. This panorama was painted by E. Beyer, a Hungarian artist.

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1422 - DTD Dec. 25; adv:2/4 - Brewster's new panorama at the Melodeon is the "Glance at the World."

The picture is divided into three sections corresponding to the zones of the globe.

The exhibition concludes with a grand illumination of the, "Grotto of Antiparos,"

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1423 - DTD Dec. 28:3/1 - The panorama of "Wars in Hungary" and Italy failed to exhibit on Dec. 25 because of the gas. A11 those who had tickets for that night may attend any other night.

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1424 - DTD Dec.
DTD Dec. 30:3/1 - The pan

The panorama of the "Glance at the World" now exhibiting at the Melodeon, is one of the most beautiful ever seen. Half of the net proceeds are to be given to the orphan asylum.

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1425 - DTD Dec. 30:3/1 The panorama of "Wars in Hungary" is a beauti

The scenes are lifelike and natural. Those who do not attend are missing a great treat.

ful one.

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