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CUYAHOGA ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY.
Organized July 4th, 1837.
WESTERN SEAMANS' FRIEND SOCIETY.
T. P. Handy, J. A. Foote,
Wm. Day, Jarvis F. Hanks,
Rev. Wm. Dighton, Rev. Levi Tucker.
CLEVELAND MATERNAL ASSOCIATION.
CLEVELAND ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY. Organized in 1833-has now about two hundred members. D. Long, President. S. L. Severance, Secretary. S. J. Harding Vice Presid't. Jno. A. Foote, Treasurer.
CLEVELAND HARMONIC SOCIETY. Members, J. F. Hanks, E. Bingham, J. M. Brown, Gco. Tolhurst, S. Brainard, H. J. Mould, T. c. Severance.
CLEVELAND MOZART SOCIETY. T. P. Handy, President. T. C. Severance, Secretary. J. F. Hanks, V. President. H. F. Brayton, Trcasurer. Geo. W. Pratt, Conductor. William Alden, Librarian.
CLEVELAND LYCEUM-(Phænix Buildings.) John Barr, President. J. A. Briggs, Treasurer. A. H. Curtis, V. President. D. W. Cross, Secretary.
Charles Whittlesey, Corresponding Secretary.
CLEVELAND POLEMIC ASSOCIATION.
City Buildings, Superior st,
YOUNG MENS’ LITERARY ASSOCIATION.
Rooms 3d story Commercial Buildings.
CLEVELAND NEWS ROOM.
Farmer's Block, Ontario st.
CLEVELAND READING ROOM ASSOCIATION.
John M. Sterling, President,
Þ. W. Joyce, A. Seymour,
R. M. Chapman, William Cleveland,
E. F. Conklin.
YOUNG LADIES' SEMINARY.
75. St. Clair st. Mrs. Howison, Principal.
Miss Emily Johnstone, Assistants.
CLEVELAND FEMALE ORPHAN ASYLUM.
Incorporated April 3, 1837.
Helen Maria Woods,
CLEVELAND FEMALE SEMINARY.
Incorporated April 3d, 1837. Trustees.--Henry Sexton, Benjamin Rouse, Henry H. Dodge, A. D. Smith and A. Wheeler.
CITY GUARDS. A volunteer Company, composed of 64 members. An election of officers is to take place in a few days.
CLEVELAND CITY BAND.
J.J. Davies, Secretary and Treasurer.
1). Tuttle, John Read, Robert Franklin, H. Canfield, James Toman, J. J. Bishop,
CARPENTERS' AND JOINERS' BENEVOLENT
Moses Ross, President.
NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS,
PUBLISHED IN CLEVELAND. The HERALD AND GAZETTE, published daily and week. ly, Central Buildings. Whig in politics. F. Whittlcsey & J. A. Harris, Editors and Proprietors. James Hull, printer.
THE CLEVELAND ADVERTISER, published daily and weekly. Democratic in politics. Canfield & Spencer. Ed. itors and Proprietors.
The CLEVELAND LIBERALIST, published weekly, Union Block, Union Lane. Devoted to free enquiry. S. Underhill & Son, Proprietors. Doct. S. Underhill, Editor. Jas. S. Uunderhill, Printer.
CLEVELAND JOURNAL, published weekly Devoted to the
promulgation of the Presbyterian Creed. Samuel C., Ai. kin,
John M. Sterling and A. Penfield, Publishers. Rev. 0. P. Hoyt, Editor. Printed at the Office of Penniman & Bemis, Central Buildings, by F. B. Penniman.
PRINCIPAL HOTELS AND COFFEE HOUSES,
Cleveland Centre Block.
CITY HOTEL, Perry Allen, Seneca street.
CLINTON HOUSE, William Harland, Union lane, corner St. Clair street.
EAGLE TAVERN, Richard Cooke, Water street, corner St. Clair street.
FRANKLIN HOUSE, B. Harrington, 25 Superior street.
FARMERS' AND MECHANICS' HOTEL, George W. San. ford, Ontario street, corner Michigan street.
GLOBE TAVERN, Isaac Van Valkenburg, Merwin st.
COFFEE HOUSES. CITY COFFEE HOUSE, John Bennet, 21 Water street. CLEVELAND RECESS, E. Adams & Co. 64 Superior st. SHAKSPEARE SALOON, Joel Hood, 9 Water street.
The AMERICAN HOUSE, 42 Superior st. occupies the whole of the upper stories in that splendid building, recently erected by our enterprising fellow-citizen James Kel. logg, Esq. and known as Kellogg's Block. It is decidedly one of the most magnificent establishments in the United States. The CLEVELAND CENTRE House, too, when com pleted, will add much to the respectability of the city