The Cowles House, Painesville
The Cowles Horse, Paixesville. Sojourners in the delightful and hospitable Tillage of rinesville, will find the Cowles Hou--e everything desirable in the way of a hotel. Its proprietor, E. T. Booth, Esq., is a model landlord, whose genial and affable manners never fail to win the friendship of his guests. His bonse, pleasantly located at the corner of Main and St. Clair streets, is a cotnmodions ard comfortable one his rooms are large and airy, and his furniture of the latest sod most elegant description. His table is always furnished with all the delicacies the season afTorus, and prepared in excellent style. We commend the "Cowles House" to travellers fond of gojd beds, gsod edibles, and a "good fellow" for a landlord.