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FtlDlY MOKM, Jt'NK 11, l
PLA1S AND ORXAMErfTAL FRI.N'TING.
r?" rNna tad O BJBBiital IMiiUu; 11 ever d-nvAia
done at the Hr.alto; EtfauiishojBt o. tb. Lrnder Ule.
the ULeat uair.n4 r.d aioat npa eb-aal "
bear aUia.oa Uiurt .:-., and at Tfa'njn Lc nl-. Par
ttcaiat atlesuua paid w batk wurk. fc-Trry aWnptiaa 4
BiaJmr, i.e. esperiall' Blank Boaka, Li?ara, Jaaraali,
Sales Biahs. Kecctrine. Boks Ste-. sc.
Secretary Floyd's Land Speculations.
The Srreary of War ha been doing a land
office basilica for Uncle Sam f ince Mr. Bu
chanan came into power. Some naif duxrn
whitewashing reports have been made to Con
gress already too.hin his sale of Fort Snellin ,
purchase of sites far war forts near New Bed
ford, at the mouth of the Kennebec, on Marc
Island near San Francisco, and Willett'a Puiot
near New York, and it is pretty certain that
where there is so much smoke there is some
The Willelt's Point Case is the last rrporird
upon, and is this in brief :
The last Congress passed an act apprjpri a-
tiog $130,030 for erecting a fortification oppo
site Fort Schuyler, near New York. . The En-
. gineer Bureau examined three sites believed to be
about equally advantageous, though ulett s
Point was the most desirable. The property,
consisting of 130 acrei, the Government had th
refusal of nntiithe 1st of April, 1857, at 1 100,
000, but the price was demurred to. Certain
Kew York politicians got wind of the negotia
lions, and obtained a conditional engagement
from the owner of ths property that if the Gov
ernment did not accept the offer on the appoint
ed day the 1st of April they might bay it
at f 1 30,000. Oa the 3.1 of April the New York
operators having become the nominal owner of
the Point, made a proposition to the Depart
Baent for the sale at $200,000, just twice as
much as the Government might have had it fur
two day before, and the virtuous and disinter
ested Secretary Floyd in due time closed tie
contract with Messrs. G. T. Irving, Augustus
Schell, and associates, who thus chonsrd $70,
000 out of Uncle Sam nnder ths auspices f
Mr. Buchanan's Var Department as " easy i s
rolling off a log." The testimony taken by
the Committee also shows that the property was
tor talc iu 1S55 for 55,000, and was offered to
the Government in 1856 for $75,000. It appears
too that at about the time of the purchase by
Government, Mr. Richard Schell discounted
notes for Secrrtaiy Floyd to the amount of
$3,000 or $9,000, and it has not yet appeared
that these notefrere ever paid !
New York papers have published the volu
minous reports and testimony estiblisbine?
these facta in regard U the WUlett's Point pur- I
chase, and the Timet says :
Now nothing is more damaging to the public
estimate of a public officers than the appearance
even ot being concerned in speculating upon
ths Government. Ucnera! Taylor's administra
tion was seriously shattered by the famous Gal-
C' claim merely became a Cabinet c fixer
previously had an intercut in it. And it is
impossible that Secretary Floyd should not suf
fer greatly from these exposures. Any one
who kaows anything of the way in which mat
ters of this sort are done, will understand per
fectly that the purchase of the property was so
mauigaj as to put 875,000 or 1 100,000 into the
pockets of six, ciht or ten persons who were
"in therms. Xhattue outsiders, like Oea
Wetuiore, biehard Sclmell and Geo. T. Irving.
alone profited by it, no one will credit, whatever
ptausable pretext may be looked up, or how
ever the affair may be glossed over, nobody will
doubt that Collector Schell was a partucr in
the or -rulion. and that in all probability Set-re
fary i'iovd and an interest in it also. The Fort
Soellinjr affair left this gotilluua.tno reputation
Ui Ftiart- for nrh an cu.uxMtcy as this. And if
Mr. liuelianau design or desires to retain any
degree of" public confidence in the purity nr in-
teirnty ot hts Administration, he will nud it ne
cessary to relieve himself of all responsibility of
ucb proceeding. II under the circumstances
of the case, Mr. Schell is confirmed in his of-
. See by the Senate, every office holder iu the
country may fairly consider himself at lilierty to
speculate npon the Government to any possible
Secretary Floyd's Land Speculations. The Case of Dr J. P. Holmes.
Several weeks since we published an ae
ount of the singular an! sad death of an old
man at Evansville, Indiana, who was landed
from a steamer and taken care of by a negro
woman in her hut. Papers, Ac, found on his
person established tile fact that the deceased was
Dr. John Pocock Holmes, a physician who had
formerly oeenpied a high rank in the profession
ia England. It appear from a letter in the
Evansville Journal from Mrs. H. M. Tracy Cut
ler, that while in England a few years ago she
formed ihe acquaintance of the second wife of
the deceased, and learned from Mrs. Holmes the
reason of her husband's mysterious desertion
of his family and country. His extravagant
habits had embarrassed him so much that his
wife gave him 2,000 of her private property,
and he was desirous of obtaining 1,000 more
from the same source. On this being refused
him he became angry, and he made threats
which were afterwards remembered.
A short time only had elapsed, when Mrs
Holme, being afflicted with sick headache, her
-husband left her a phial of medicine. She did
not like the taste, and sent it to an apothecary
for examination. He at once pronounced it to
be poison, when in great alarm she led for pro
tection to her mother. She was ill for se feral
weekis and when able to go out, went to the
bank t o draw some money. To ber surprise she
learned that the Doctor had been there with a
lady who personated herself, and had drawn
the whole amount. He was afterwards brard
of in America, but she wa enable to trace him
farther than New York.
Gouf. Down ths Rapids. The fine large
teamer Canada and America, built by the
Great Western Railway to run on Lake Ontario,
proved to be so unprofitable a speculation that
they were laid up two years ago. A year ago
last winter they were bought by N. P. Stewait
of Detroit, for a small sum, and have since laid
idle at tbe Hamilton dock. Mr. Stewart' idea
was to tike them over the np'.ds when they
could be prof.L blv used in a line between Que
bec and Montreal, and we learn by tb Detroit
Tribune that the Canada ha just made the ex
tremely hazardous trip for so large a craft in
safety, and that the America will follow im
mediately. AaoTRta Salt. Boat Capsized Fiv Lives
Lost Oa the 5th, insi. eight men left the
Brace Mine for the Saut in a small sail boat,
Oa the passage a squall struck tbe boat and
capsized it. Five of the men were drowned,
and three of them clung to the boat and suc
ceeded in reaching shore. One of the lost be
longed to the Mine. His name was James
Lord. Tbe other four were frota La Salle, Ill
inois, and name not known.
Ft Aaav CojrrtACT. It i stated that
Russell t Wad Jell the pet Government con
tractors for transporting the atom to Utah, have
been offered $500,000 bonis for their coo tracts
of this year. They obtained the contracts with
out their being opened to earn petition, and prob
ably would not take a million of dollars for
HAHirriAi. Not Dead By a note from our
Warren correspondent yesterday, we learn that
Im was mistaken in announcing the death of the
elephant Hannibal, at Canfield. ' Tb old fol
low is still able to amrry bis own trunk from
town to town.
Cleveland Postmaster and Lottery Swindlers.
evening's Duller, that he did print a lottery
we anticipated, the bogus Lottery facts
stated by the Herald and .Leader touched the
Cleveland Postmaster on the raw. Yet Mr.
Geav, with characteristic audacity and disregard
fjr truth, in face of his own indictment at tha
November term of the Cuyahoga Court, the
statement of the Prosecuting Attorney made
in open Court, and hit published admissions in
his own paper, asserted in the Plamdealer of
la 4 evening that the Pott Matter her from the
daj he came into office hat been fgkting tati
nrmdlert iy eterg legal aU in hit fover, at tie
rott matter Gcueral and the " Dealer t" tkemteket
As a full and conclusive commentary on such
official bloviating, we reproduce the following
from the Leader of Dee. 4th, 1857 :
"la yesterday's Leaier we challenged the
Deiler man io deny that he rented the upper
pirt of his Post office buildings for Lottery De
pots, that he ever published a lottery paper
oiled the "American Eagle," that he was in
dicted by the Grand Jury, and dared him to dis
prove by his Post office clerks, that he ever
loaned the P. O. hand stamp t j lottery men. In
last evening' Dealer its editor acknowledged
the truth of the charge of renting rooms to
those bogus fellows, Fout, Carson ot Co., and
denied that he ever loaned the stamp to tbem
Yesterday these lottery dealers were fined $300
t ) S500 each. They had pleaded gui .ty, conse
quently the prosecutor wa not enabled to
bring in his evidence. But he stated to the
Court the following, which we eopy lrom the
A mons? the documents foond wra a sum
ber of circulars and lottery newspapers, done
up in wrappers ready for mailing, with postage
labels attached, and the-e labels bearing tbe
post-office cancelling marks. The post office
stamp used for cancelling postage labels wss
also found in the lottery office, and is now in the
hands of the police aainoritiet. lae prosecu
ting Attorney, in making these statements, said
that the facts unmistakably prove a direct com
plicity between the post-office officials in this
city and tbe lottery office iu que alien.'
Thus we prove our charge, the loaning of the
stamp, by the statement of the Prosecutor. On
our other charges. Tit, that he printed a lottery
paper called the " American agio," ai)4 Ut"4
be had been indicted by the Grand Jury for vio
lating the lottery laws, be was silent a the
grave, thereby admitting the truth of tbem."
Being thus fairly cornered, Mr. Gbay made
a clean confession. We quote further from the
Leader of Uecemhcr gth., as follow :
" In tbe Dealer ol Wednesday eveuiig, its
Posiinester editor distinctly denied that he
ever printed any lottery circulars. Bains; close
ly pressed on the sjhjcct, he confessed in last
paper called (he ' AmarUan Eagle.' Jlprp it i--:
Some year ago when we were afflicted with
several partners in the pubhsbing business, and
L Bearddley wjs the business man of tbe
firm, a paper cs'.ied the .dinerteaa a.ele was
published at tbe Plain Dealer ofhee. pne half of
which was devoted to Literature, the other half
That will do. It i unfqrtunaa for him
that be did not make the confession before, and
thus avoid breaking the commandment against
After saying the above, our lotUry-post-mas-
mastcr editor goes on to defend himself for vio
bting the lottery law, and ven boasts that over
six thousand dollars ha accrued to tbe Post
office department inconsequence of his shrewd
management of .the Lottery business."
Of the instructions of the Postmaster General,
the Cleveland Postmuter ia his Plaiodealsr of
but evening, says :
The object of the or ler from the P. 0. depart
ment to lbs Kew York P. 31. ana other Post Mas
ters, was. where parties, ander Sctitioua aanee
and KEFusna to mass tkcusklvcs shows were
ree-Mpt of lottery tetters, to either force such
pel sons to cams forward in their true names so
they eould to found eat and paniated by ths local
suth jrilijj, or send their letters to the dead letter
In New York there wee aons to answer to
these nations, even their agents who got their let
ters refused to make their principals kaowa. I
such a case ths duty of detaining such letters was
dear and anqoestioBable. Ia Cleveland the esse
quite different. Hers these gentlemen of w no
tion" corns forward and owa np to their true
names and ral business. They make no disguise
either, and bold themselves amenable to ths
Uw. They are known nt only at the Post Of
fice, bat are on ths records of our Criminsl
Courts, where they have in persoa plead guilty
and been fined as lottery darters. So it will be
sees the seder frosa ths Department did not hit
the Cierelsnd esse, and the Post Mrster very
properly asked farther instructions which he ex
pects to day. The Department and the Post
Mast.'r too must be governed by law, and there is
piwer in either to withhold letters from any
cbus of persons when the owners of suck eorres-
poadenc make good their legal title to the same.
The Cleveland Postmaster it will be seen ad
mit that he knows all about these "gentlemen
fiction," and pettifogs his refusal to observe
instructions of the Postmaster General with
acknowledged astuteness of a " Water
street Lawyer." Will he inform a curious pub-
ho much his rent and commissions are
increased by the bogus lotteries of ttese "gen
tlemen of fiction !"
Kansas Election Arrangements.
Lawrence dates of June 3d stale that the
Board of Commissioner have had a second
meeting ad arranged some of the details of the
election on tbe English Proposition to be held
the first Monday in August. Duplicate re
are to be made out by tbe Judge, on to
retained by themselves, and duplicate to be
to the County Probate Judges, who are to
forward one of them to Gov. Denver and the
other to Mr. Babcoek, President of the Terri
torial Council. AU the return to be sent in
ithin ten daya-
The Lane and Jenkins Affray.
The unfortunate and disgraceful affray at
Lawreuce between Gen. J. H. Lane and Gains
Jenkins, during whtah the latter was shot dead
the former was dangerously wounded, has
produced much feeling in Kansas. Jenkins was
prominent Free. State man, one of the early
settlers of Lasrrenoe, wa active in it defence
besieged by the Border Ruffians, and was
of the treason prisoners oi 1856. Mr. J.
45 year of age, leave a wife and four
children! and wa universally respected. An
immense crowd attended his funeral.
For two year pact Lane and Jenkins have
contestant for a valuable claim now with
tbe city limit of Lawrence, and worth fifteen
twenty thousand dollar. Tbe case is a very
complicated one, and is now pending in the
Office. The difficulty grew out of this
and the particulars of tha affray were
correctly given by telegraph.
Lane' condition from hi wound i both help
and critical. He ha frequent attack of
paams with' symptom ol lock jaw. It is
thought that amputation of his leg will be ne
cessary to aave hi lite.
Esi Ahead oa tms Laks. The editor of
Erie Contht atsoa ia a wag of the first water.
not only talks of an enlargement of tbe 'W el
land Canal for the purposes of a line of steam
er between Erie and Liverpool, but be soberly
and publishes as follow .-
The Cohhuci or Eaix. We have the best
uthority for saying that the export Lake trade
Erie for the present season is g .-rater than
of any other port on Uik tns. 1 ne ship
ments of Coal have been quit large, notwith
standing tbe onusual dollnes of too eeasen,
coo aide rabie quantities of Lumber and
Staves have been shipped. Hot nroea lea than
700,000 bushel of coal bar already bees hip
; the amount of shipments of other article
wnr not been sole to ascartata.
More of the Swindles Exposed.
It is astonishing to what extent the Poet fice
department is used in the way of gulling
the multitude, and in windling multitude by
bogu lottery schemes, gift enterprise, quack,
4e.. pretender. Sergeant Berney, o.' Mayor
Tieman'a police, as still on the track of tlu ras
cals who prey upon the community, and hi
success in blowing up bogus operations in cities
and town where be is aided by Postmaste?
who carry out the instruction of tha head ot
the Department, is quite remarkable.
Sergeant Berney visited Albany and stopped
over a day or two receutly, and effectually rout
ed an infamoua swindle that has flourished in
that city for three year past, doing an exten
sive business in all part of the United State.
It was an institution for the sale of love pow
der, charm and a variety of nostrums, by Dr.
Duval, Dr. Eees. Dr. Farciski, Dr. Mozart, Dr.
Brevoil, Dr. Botie, all assumed names by a
swindler who did his business through the Post
Office by means of circulars and advertisement
calling every day and taking out hi letter.
Some two hundred addressed to the various
"Doctors" were detaiued at the 8ergeant'
suggestion and scut to the Dead Letter Office.
Sergeant B. alsj exploded another Albany
satindle minaged under the names of Dr. La
Croix, Dr. Hansden and Dr. La Salle. Lock
now, the real operator, pretended to cure every
disease in the world, and made pile of mon
ey. The letters to his " Doctors " now go to
the Dea4 Letter offi.ee.
A third swindler calling himself Dr. Ava
Moriarty, who advertised to sell receipts for ma
king coin left Albany on the Sergeant's arrival.
Some filly letters to his addieas were disposed
of like those of his brother swindlers. It is sta
ted that Andrews, the love powder man, ha
amassed a fortune of $GO,000 in three years, by
selling his powders, weifd rings, obscene books,
quack medicines, Ac.
Mayor Tieman's police made another descent
on the swindler in Sew York a few day ago,
and broke up nineteen obscene bookstores and
medical quarks. Tbe account say :
Yesterday Sergeant Birney made a descent
upon a concern represented by the name of
raje'.te, tiarper Co., who are in the ob
scene bookselling business They now profess
to represent the firms "Henry G. Barclay,"
'Henry U U. iMnith dt Co.," "Gillen Co."
James Ramiery," "Henry K, G. Barclay."
and other hetmous firms. A they advertis
ed to do alt their business by letter, and pos
itively refused to see anybody personally, it
ras uiiiicuii to get now ei tne real person
'"g! " ,ne tusinesH. in tact, they weie
not to be sound on any terms and all that
can be done is to notify the public that
that all loiters add rested to such Aims are use
less, and will be stopped and sent to the Dead
Letter Office. This, also, is the case with the
firms subjoined ; "Dr. R. Bland," " MadaOie
Jcnia Ueilyilla," ! IX. 0. Jerroid," "Dr. Duval,"
JJr. A. d. Lawrence, "Dr. Samuel Spencer."
"Dr. David Reneh," "Prof Roundout,' "James
G. Prently," "Henry S. Lane," Dr. J. Henry
arren, alias bands ot life," " p. S. Burnett,"
'Dr. I; ocas Brandt," " Emilia Vilette." About
3,000 letter addressnd to these firms were found
in the office yesterday, and vera forwarded to
the Dead Letter Office, with their eootnts.
from the Mayor oi trbiladelphia wa received.
by Mayor Tieman, a let'.er from which the fol
lowing is an extract :
I m subject ( Meus lotteries, quack medi
cines, die.,) has engaged the peciai attention of
my detective oi)icera, lor several days, and no
efforts shall be spared to attain a result which,
qoally with yourscll, l heartily desire.
For the Lander.
Old Times—republicanism vs. Federalism.
From the Trump of Fame, th first newt-
paper printed on the Connecticut Western Re
serve, edited by Thomas D. Webb, who still re
sides at Warren, the following doings at Cleve
land Republicanism "vs. " Federalism an
At a meeting of a larrre and respectable num
of the Republican electors of the county of
Cuyahoga, convened at the house of Georize
Wallace, Esq.. in Cleveland, on the 15th day of
April, so u, lor tne purpose ol coasultin? upon
adopting measures to be pursued at the Con
gressional election, the Hon. limothy Doaoe
was chosen Chairman, and Horace Perry, Esq ,
The following resolution were then Unani
mously adopted :
Retained, Tnat we view, with sentiments of
highext disapprobation and concern, the
nomination of Gen. Simon Perkins as a candi
date to represent tbe bixth Congressional Dis
trict of Ihe State of Ohio to supply the vacancy
occasioned by the death of John S. Edwards.
The next resolution is mostly dertroytd by
mice, but was something like this :
Retulred, That we consider Gen. Perkins an
enemy to the Adtniniatratiou and opposed to the
war, and that a statement made by him wa
inienueu to aeceive tne electors el this dis
trict with respect to bis political sentiments and
intentions as evidence of his intention to desert
to betray his political faith to purchase his
election," both of which motives we consider
equally base and dishonorable. .
Retohed. That we will use al fair and honorable
means to pre rent the election of Gen. Perkins,
that although we would hve gladly uuited
our Republican brethren ia.tlie adjoioiug
counties in the support of any respectable
friend of the Government who would have unit
the votes of the neighboring counties ; yet
under existing circumstance w deem it
duty to support Gen. Reasin Brail, whom
consider as a friend of the Administration,
the vipomas proeeeution of tbe war, as the
probable means of preventing tbe election
Gen. Perkins, whom we believe an enemy to
Hetale.-d, That copies of the proceeding of
meeting be transmitted to the editors of the
Trump of Fame and Ohio Patriot for publica
tion, and that other copies be circulated as ex
tensively and speedily as possible.
TIMOTHY DOANE. Chairman.
The curiosity of this matter is that upon the
of Gen. Hull, leaving the whole fron
opea to Indian depredation from Detroit
Cleveland, Gen. Perkins forthwith marched
his Brigade and took position at Huron,
ordered to join Gen. Harrison at the Mau-
One iattaiion of tbe command under
Cotgreve was despatched to the support
Gen. Winchester, who bad incautiously ad
to the River Raisin (now Monroe) and
the refugee from that disastrous conflict
Brigade rendered the most efficient service
building Fort Meigs and protecting the froa
Ko Brigade of Militia was ever better
officered, had better men, or was better disci
Rayne and Hayes were the Colonels,
men of great business capacity, and every
efficient ; and no officer in camp was mora
be relied upon for tbe general purpose of
than Gen. Perkins ; and those very men
passed these denunciatory resolutions, re
tained their scalps on tbeir heads by his protec
The secret of their boiling-over patriot
was, that certain citizen of Cuyahoga
failed to shave the Government while
Perkins wa in camp, and a certain indivi
dual who probably drew these resolution want
place ia Congress himself at th next term,
did not want a neighbor in tbe way.
Mr. Madison sent ,Geo. Perkins Colonel'
commission in the regular army, which he de
clined to accept, believing it would not pay to
shot at for th benefit of the " electors of
Cuyahoga county, and their like.
letter to Gen. Percm to become a candi
and hi reply, will be published hereafter.
touch Madi Easy. The LafayetU, Tod.
! mti thr t at prr nt. ro iboa-
people from other Sutcs, eojoornioir hi
vm Indiana, for tbm exprese poipoM of
IW UI UlCisT WWUStNt wsSMS WITCI
Mr. Giddings at his Post.
' The Ashtabula Stauinel of the 10th say:
Mr. Gidding returued to Washington on
Saturday morning last. He saw by the rrnort.
that tbe session was to be prolonged at but
week, and that the subject of the visitation y
1 i i - . . w
sospecveu aiave veaeeis, was reierred to jj,e
Lommiiure ou x ortriuu Aiuir, oouer c rrura
nances coaauia u prouuue wa it woul d
up for tbe action of the House on If onday .
lie felt called upon by duty to retrjrn 'to kis
post. He had paired off to the 7t'u, at which
time his opponent will be at lilietty to use hit
vote, ine qnestion is one oi real imium.
and Mr. G. started at once upon receivu,w ml
He leave home -, l.:...i
Gen. Haraey—Gov. Cumming's Despatches.
A special Washington despatch of the 9th to
the Cincinnati Gazette says :
Col. Harney ha been appointed to the mm.
mand vacated by Ihe death of the late General
Persifer F. Smith, with the rank of Brevet Brig
The President has received voluminous dc-
paUhes from Governor Cumming, of Utah, the
co.itcnts of which will not be divulged for some
... . . . .. .p-. pce
auu gouu ufuer win otr rsiaonsuea in tne i em-
tory. tonscqnenliy, the two reirimrns will not
now ne uruerud out.
AsoTHtt 1atioal Hosse Show. The
people of Springfield, Mass., have the best
snow grounds in the United States, for
hich they are mainly indebted to such enter
prising gentlemen as Mr. G. M At water, for
merly of ihl city, and his associates. The Jfa-
tiotal Horse Fairs held at Springfield, have
been very successful, and from the Uth to the
17th of September next, a show is to be held
to pclipa ail previous exhibit! ms. The prizes
range from S10 to S200, and a banner worth
(100 is to be awarded to that State, for the nse
of the State Agricultural Society, that sends
tha largest number of horses to the show.-
Massachusetts is excluded in tie banner list
Bloodless Congressioxal Dckl. As
many as three or four t!uels have been
tapis between ferocious Democrat daring
present session of Congress, but not a drop of
precious blood has been spilled. Wounded hon-
or has been ealy satisfied, or else the term of
meeting, as in the recent case of Harris, of Alii-
nobs and Hughes, of Indiana, Lave made th.
challenger weak .tomached for the fight. Col.
Harris, who has een real service in Mexico,
wuen cnanengea ny nugiic, nimrd the weap-
ons muskeU and buck shot, distance ten paces. I
Senator Benjamin, of Looiaian. ,V.,II 1
... t .mi-..:. r "
tt. i -
tiugnes conclude to. u.a back, th challenge
nuh.r titan take in the buck shot.
Senator Davis, of Mississippi, for some provo
cation received during a passage of word iu
the gecate on the 8th, but settled the matter
without a fight th next day.
Distsessi.ho CAf5Ai A ad occarrenc
r'. pk on Lake Pepin a few Jay ago. Four
..1 r. t T . i . ..!."
u ivM -vuirii iium jue trty were out
for a pleasure sail on the Lake, and when near
the middle a flaw of wind capslied the boat
They eiting to the boat, but three of the women
and one man became exhausted and sunk before
relief arrived. Two of the ladies were daughter
Judge Stoat, of Lake City.
Flood at St. Locis All the great river
pouniig through tbe Mississippi channel at &L
a. a . i - , , , i
W tali UlAAJ llClfZUi OQ UK DLQ. U1U IM i u'
sreater nortion of the lev.. .. -;.k
wateronthe7th. Thenar part of Bloody
I.land was .ubmerged. and the great American
Bottom was becoming flooded. f
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Ia tbts c'vy.va thd lrt nut. at TT)5roi !n'e OltBe'
hnJe'alitht T. br Rty. Kom H.U. Mr t H Rl.cs u
KLbKlvD aMt Ma LVCV A. JiAL'btH, testa tt Uua
Oa the 0th in ., 1st Tt. Aik, JAMES R. MCLBOY
Y. itv, lo JULIA Uy omJf tLrujjaUr ui Uiilaaa.
la PaineriHe Jan 31 Ir. IT7T 4 T mnV
ihe Rt Wilrtata J Cuen. ( Merrer. Pa,
THE Oa-K GROVE HOUSE.
On UNivEKsnr nEicnTs is
aSOW OPEN. Th!tDla-e i suit iaiA4i, bt- a.lLhl.
inve aid is a rout aei ncrreiijas rceon daria; the j -
ukw:i:i, i itere iHipiare in tn viciuiif ute city
wlurh )Kim to peTMiA oCsunnr tu rt--rta:e ort'T lBaiuc.-
meiiia. Partie wtahiua- aa aneroom aiiiaiTtirif al. will
pieaaed witc th; f r ir.es lu'tit-J.
fr KKPRI'K MtNH of ct-ttt arvtr fnmil td to
tsTJer ot &uuia. J )HS ZiLMtii.
Muecit Hii-( KxU--iioa
Farmer cmn be areommodated. anll:sl3B HA
THE LADIKS OF TIJK KRTE ST.,
I. E tliltUH jail no.si a STifAVh BKKUY FK-S-I'lVAL
at sa'd I'liarch un tiieeTmi:iror Tnarvlaf. Jaae
ihe DlOCeetlS usf wLKh ire 1 amA t.ir re.ravl nat
tll.t ui Utsrir jwraunage uit j ha AIiups Sm.-atia ar
ectcd to eaterV; ia ihe aouieace with a.in iH!enl
one. The it.tl ffirl ot 7 rnrmot m a prudtrr piaj-
uarinu.aM u.uic on the .Xlvtudr ia iiirt ixamtiulaf
AjxJtit,i-ii-irctvL ADMii lASCK 3fcU.
I ' nr.
nOPARTNERSIIIP.-THE Under- n
isTi)d bare Dur.-hjsed -W H Sts'Im- hu entrr
rotir, oraia at a a -xu. and tutra tais dav iriad acopa
lor the purru3 uft aJTviuc uutWivol Sii,c nd Us
o ;r. ir a and fe-d bomt nnJ-r the naitn nivsl
efj J. HOCCK at ( a..afcl woo id rarpst-thiilr m
the patroa-1,0 u. sya aa ma. ieed arti I s id their liao
DQSio . anu or an wtro uuve rn Inn pet rotas ot tu m4
" vui w ecu n. 0 unta io 1 1.
J.J. MUL 1 IV. 1
VAN PKLr. i J) HOUCK ft CO
Clrv laasd, J ute stk. a.
TO THE Pf.Jf.Tir
hatt this daT aoed AT Huura aKw- a of Tte.mr. ilntm atiul
lt-c-itetl at M Oolsno St , to J J Hu t kCo , and
ibta opi-ortat.11 01 a ecxjBMdute- km ie mw --
toauara in pstic m aeu etrfi nr ei 1 patrouice, aod
rov.fi dent tha: th r aill endf-or to dImi anil ceiatw
who will f-ti-csr Lbeei m uit Lhir ttixarrwre wouiJ m-
resura atr inanas u if uul rcstsmrrs wno aTe dealt
i.bbk l mr u,d f:uiili f.ir ansnl rerrsriesl. I taoH.d
aocail me kuetaioa ot slJs kb as are iivieed lo a.e
b? aoo- at accos at , to call aad seiti Lh- ame with.
Cteeieau, jaa4tav, l(M 7aall:3ui
fPUK SEW yulit, LEDGtli OF
June IV h-
Ine iw York MrPiirr Jaae la h.
Tue New Tfw Ueeki of J joe lith.
Harper s Vfc tM J 11 are Lah
IV rati .Leslie's Pater M Jdlc lah.
'os- saJe at th Poat OaV' N-w Depo.
jo' HAWKS It BfcV.
VOTICE TO COMKACTOUS.
Prnpueals will ue Tereived ;t t'e elTW of he Cttjr
En-riiieT. of t tie C it r of Cleveland oa il ItiuVLurk A.
.Jaur 14 l-l.f-aT beidit--$a sear mi C ATeaoe
ilraus I Ca..i4 street.
iDt sivl S,,otraiioas eaa a see and ni re Miivca
lar mi una si i.ta obia4ae4 al raid k.usiocers ofLce aisr ihe
Board f firr Tmprosement nrnlr the suhmisaioa otf
rvaarTUsC the larnt 10 r-ccai or tejavt the aauc
Bj OrUtfwf :he (t.nl.
C D BISHOP, fitr Cis:l Enfincar.
OereHod, Jnra rh. lB5b-jmu.tlj.b tar j3
Stioats tud ((aieksaQds el louth.
JUST Pf BUSHED THE M lETITlON. I
SPERMATORRHEA OR 8EM
iXALDIsKASLs Asriem .nr Trcatiesoe tbe treats
aai aenect rare of Aervoas LtVumtr. bemna: Weak.
Iarj.uil.,rw Kmtssma.liopo eocv Ac .resuliia frosa
hahna aaired dor is; Iha critical aaasasxa troar
BY DR CrLVERWELL
Jfember of tha R-ral Co'ktf of Sarfr.m of Enflaad
) Ltewatiateof the Hall (1X24.) aad jb rears Raei
Pracutiooer ia L'ndn. Aaiiwr A fie 'iutde ta
"lireen b-t r. "tinw i. 09 tiappf," "Aie-
muirsoT Single and Msrnel Lne." Ac
samali. bat bisT'A.r valuable rre&ties? written he a
reo.rwnel PnTiimaa and 8rr..a . points oit tbe
sare and acraaneat care tor aildiseaaes roltms
self ab e, and a the onlr panlM-aii a of its tied
!a a re' errHetrt ptrit ad lr- a : ulili Baa a U
id be ia tre bautia 01 a I wu raiua l nan iaJa. aMuvkk.
aappiaes aers and hereafter.
retrta. or 4 viaatps. atiae reevtc of rif it will
aei, pu fr-e,aod x-cired. br olt. CH. K LINE,
CHILDREN'S STRAW HATS-W
Vaavetriat rarciTeJ (from Aacti a) a lam s.ork of Lsr-h-m
and ( oimed & raw Hats suiiaie foe i.r7a acd Gini,
allaixee, waic wa will nfTer lorr per r-tl below the
aukrtpneet, ai 8 kCO "S.
ntvj x ruptnur anu raoirccoara.
I. BALDWIN & CO.. ARE
bteiiabhaevls. Krceraayt ii4rae
SKoti Ti T'arelliAse hhaw la. eaurrir new.
Bltrk Mik.tf.ars Toibel Colored Thibet Shaw Is.
LMari'd Dres Sii ka,
ltofce a Qoille.
Paraaola Htam, Glosaaiu Aitxatler KvJs aU
tc. J. BALDWIN nro
MmITCV jojzess silks.
Aadiea aalaa. w wkiek w ianie
" FAKTlCei.AB ATTTSTIOH.
The j will be aold CHEAP,
pnt B.D BILDALLaCO
m oa ia
L 3SfatfST0N k C0- HAVE THIS OPEXED IN THEIR
2o. 91 Marble Block. Superior Street.
and are arrpared-.a exhibit a ram plat a natsM as"
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC! TiRV finnns.
I'I.V"" Irrl"d Jw '- saatt faraabl aojpt-
Towhi-hlaT iOTitethe att-n'i.a of Pnri.h-.r.
ew. ia, m, i. (.HEa.1 BauiAl.Ns. aiw um,nmJil'
i n , T . . "
Ti;, Jaconet, Organic Robe., Ladut Trateling Dress Goodt,
Ckmtz BniliaMt, worth 50 ettor 31 eu.; Col i do, leorra 18 ex., or li at.
FANCY SI LKS, ot ihe ul mmt ar.l p-u.raa, t, , ,.d
barauir-.c.Mlrated anka; Oil BoUaC Ore d. Hluas. ruoj ,aniT. at 5 ds par yard
STELLA. BK -THA. CASHMKBK. THIBET, CBAPg
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
A " tment PiUuw Limn, Linen Sktetiug, Dantatt Xaukuu DotiUt e drf
WHITEGOODS ' '
I marwl fel.
"" 'kecked; d .Hed aul ala.. SWISS JAC ONET, caecked CAMBRIC;
Embroulered Settt, Movrning Settt, Mutlm Collart. French Collart
LACES, TRIMMINGS, BUTTONS. ,., ..
A larce stJck. to whick we uiTite particular attebtiHi.
Brown and Bleached Sheeting and Shirtings,
summer Muffs for Coats and Pants,
Lineu Drills and Ducka,
Cloths, Caasirnerc and Testing
, , HOSIERY, GLOVES, MITTS.
A&d a aire asaortamiof
Tuteilm wua a laie lot good, too aamaroo. lo iwlloau
r Pa rhnirii .n a.i . i . . .
beiiig Eaarl Htm. ' "r stork, aa kav.ao OLUj SocaU la tnam, aw stack
M.EWIS, JE.1STO.V f CO.,
MARBLE STORE. Xo. 1 SUPERIOR ST.
-1-' :huoar admnteUaaapanaeru
Ui i kkwiNui'un a fouaae. "
LLTAM K. ADAMS
c'"r'"ui ". ley-jaijiw
I .."SOLUTION. The PartnersuiD
I.' na.e oe-n la tin
B monlas pra. ol
1.M J M.
diu up... mj w&ari, erected npon and bdj jeaut to tb. IT
f. lcrumeul Iberia t:!.ei-d, nl, r a licrn.
".."'..il" r;S5?J ' ("
'a 'veir irie oi .uoon,. harsiofor. .,.. .'i. ..iM.
merrTukrd All per o., woo .hill u eajd'aiur! or
Jb. a. I".- -1" ...,r i r,.j.. ... . . .. '
hVdTili'D 'aii- &l1' a faraia, will
,.,.... ... t'ot.i.iNs.
UASH FOR WOOL
i.t oe-n ia ui araouee lur ama. month. ...
aepo-nmc c n. iroa areeud omor ameio. of M-VhiuT-
JoHt A. rt.nLin Miiieui amd PaorautToaa.
ia.n A. Vixccrr. (
T B. Wru-ox. Treasarar
raicrv or Admission Drew Circle aud Paloaaue.Soc
S'amilT Circla YtC
Pnvata Boxea, laiaa 910 il
Farewell BaaeSt of tb
A&d PositiTely their Last Appearance.
NO FABCE TO-NIOHT.
This Thursday Evealac, Jaae letk,
Will be presented the Lamhakl Partoartne called the
In whi-h th- whole e.wpanv will i.fipnr Dmia uut
....... . w vwum. u, . u. until aau jMoaa. V eiard.
P-J Do Villacecua..
. al'U Capalaad M. V slaid.
VE WOULD INFORM MER
chantsad other partiea who ate eaeared in h.
t . . , nv. mi rtasruru 1U Dl IflC I
jo', tiaAl xrm rt prinrl in iak MukT iiribh
Cbi; ADANTK$ cumparej w to tu cial. inn h-r- I
J . n.muiTU (U U1 IsrjKK.
.(-. MTintuf e tur mi'ui all tuc, m. i i I
l tTiiK woo BaTe HnWd tlinc d th .t it
:or iDir : a.irrei to b&xch through tli med mm
wfttcti e o&f. Ihitwacau save to ihr eus;aor Mr-era i
time wcuiiitii there is no qumi.,o. aul wc Dn)nu
LUlTjAMa UUr va ! laUMT WflO raof as 1 h ht. U pSUi .
ths hZ&vrtziammntB will cuocad milk
THE RR17H I IIU Itr
Jocko Mom. BloB-ii.
-" P MaxUAwltj.
tc. ire. ne.
Ia prparilio The Grast Drvm rlirl
J :'siC show v.
Or, TrfE REL1KK OF I.ITKVOW.
AJOIICE. TilE STOCKli01J)ER3
XI of tit, st. Clair streot P:w k RammI luiuiaii r. k-.
DO' 1 D ! tbU U lnartau lsaaaat tnT Isaas tu ran .. .
luharr fKi'-u tosaU Con.fv.uy if r. q-uretl ;o bo 1 u, iht
.- - " . omumtv. in mm i -lit
resi'i rriB' reof si Hit um ' ill Um f
- iwcaau. OB or UCloCe 3.:lH tiavV Ol Jul TAff sVI-v
Uii rr "' ."2 'rr-
If'iSfTi'i "LTtnlnSr lSJV'Z
n ft.. AV r. nIL.L,
Sec' -ou Treasurer.
THEEP, NIGHTS MORE!
Tharada., Friday ana Sarardar Evealajrw
JOE lotk, 11th aad l Jtsu
THE FAB-FAX ED AND OBJGIKAL
ICorris Brothers, Pell and Trowbridge'
TN MnriiMat momt rrttmetfailv a avnnn-s tmt ,w rK
-rrnt dv-wtr ui tM unuu ot Ccr..aai in wili kit
. svaat sap aiua c wa uaaxisT
By unler ui the a.ouJ.
,iiaT 11a hsan.
a above, nn whirh Drv..iA. th. t,.,.- .ia.i,v.wi- '
prI.ice SW, ULiH iOVLTIt8. I
R ATI! PfllV rvfklVU. A s! J r v ..t at-.a I IT
um, a ia i iiaiocr;. Mr lite oeoeiit ot JuaJiee and CaiultTm.
turn jiiaiuitir a i.i una rrrxi , e were Terr pupatar ia oaa-
-i.. r ara.iuHiM u ijr mn T.lllfv aiaU B EaUUUU Ui in t C H J.
e'or (nil (Nuiacularaxeti nnati isilis aid posteia.
j ons if
N tl C , fifiON A Tl PROPFR.
Cea fiKlll I its? ill at tie. SDrn. tl urara V sc.. a L.r..,.
.4iiin nai iieaaua aakti oinrir ptvpertr. milt be auid
Puh aC YeOilUe fat thai rMl.la-rw-.. .t . .1..
Trwnu tf Parma, on the !5idaj- of Jan. 1.-6,., rofxrn r.-
T tH wranor-a. aaa iu ootuiaue Ixuia Oay
"hJ"0TICK To all whom it ma? cou-
c ti atuJ ej.Decra.ll7 to el I tiiuae uwn or rsraTor l-aw-
propenjr ooTjaain( or -QO in o Jieatiow etrtrtH in
t ur otf CielaQU. Nod -e u herftiv .ii-n t:.m ti
vwikii w hni iny o i inTWiaoo am uu irve .r-m tlav
Maf, br ovtiiuaon.dettfraiiDC to(raii aecivdinf ,a
c'.iltMixl rrais bow oa hie at the ol, -e of tne Cur
stseilueer, aad o taeinict a Merer uanier iKD street lor
wr;; e ol Sctia aiboroof ti dnsiuane ot nsm! Mieet to
tuvn, at.t-er. aaa u peve aaui ree -eab n.oe.
A m, iht tite aa d tiif C uunr.ldiJ on th ujiI 2h day
ofMaT.l-5rt, fcj oroiruiv.aeteTaBiae rade aaortteur t
maiuiaMKi craoe oa n e, as aJorHU. atul pave with
stone all that ponujo of Lifht House S ret Itid: betwtee
unm ratreetaatl the C. C, A t.'. Ksul Eoed, aol ail
rveisvunaaa irenM are heretiv funtit-F tsti .si u.at .t
(ail tr aeclect Iu tile with tbe Cur Clerk oi mad r:t7
claua or ciaona in wntmr lor aur tliiacea which
miaj aappoee laer win susiaia lo tlteir real or lease.
et..te bouadicur or abatim? on aMl vtirMia hr it.si.ui
nt'sorbzradinr an-l iiaproeinff, wtthra t jo weeks inn a and
the lS.b day of Jaae pest, ther will be tonrer
nrrea iruei n!trCaUcacAa4acrciiir7vJur frTia reretrift?i
w11'' . av nan i a.v. i i .
gi.3 IM ntr C-erk
Praree az aia saw lacatiua
Aa 9 Bank Street, Wcddelll Haute,
gire his cojtoa&en and tha eahhe
COOO BARGAINS AND GOOD FITS.
IYo II umb a;
PRICE OF ADMTS3I0X.. 85ct.
FOR ONE WEEK OXT.Y.
CansMacins Ksuarslay Jaae ilk, lSiS.
M.ADONIS, the peat French Wiiard
ana Jlaician, from i'ana.
WILL Rare the aoaor.f at)Mrtas b-tora ths rt'lTma as'
t-tttJM ui akcrMeui Ota oeielirautj
CVimprmitc the rrs.1 Slntl Ck-k, tb Oruur Trs. the
Timtoi;i Albaat. the i:m-hai.ll Motll..
WONDERFUL SMOKE-SATAN !
THE P0LT0R1I1 PICTU8LSQUE,
display Mf asm of ikiMt
ana. Pmui'iui rceaer lmaeaable. hu-lti r- .
Snow Storm, a M.Miirbt tcrnm, C Urtaa: ic a ire Wort.
fcC. pSUtsYtaOlae. ae l the aaCal LssalhuaU..? ut lClax.a -. .Z
Ihe fetsof M. ADOVf S he eemwberta eht..l tl..
riateatvtt'retw, aii eo4s.Kaiiei a raa ol mt McDtxa
JvlttHTa u. N.w Oneatts.
l). w o,b ai a'cket The W.xanl nun at 8
Saswrtar Bt4 Osa. Water Hi. Oae-a
isvriv KvealasT-Haaaay KxeeyteraU
SEImav Ar'T t '. r.'
"VrTf ' v v" 8
"VrOTICK TO ALL WHOM IT
mar r atra, end earwrialir to all o," thn-e ewiiina;
trrtfreit inttieritT ut t:i.svela ha- M.irw ii hh
that tia Cl r Ccu.w-ii of the saiJ fid of PI .viaas) .n.l
oolheeih 'lai of April, l&e. bf ordia uce deiti aim tucrade
iwt ewtrr axreer. atrtliiia: to tm esiab istted
.,w oa file at the t-lhre tf tbe Cnr Cwil ahCinrer:
trjch persons ae aforesaid are he-ptT Irjr'hjr eaXt-
i.nu ii inf iB4i or aearieci toaiewna tua Cti ( ert
aud Cits their claim or claims, ia writine. for aar dum
ajre or damaze whtrh thet 1x117 siipats tuer will ausiaia
their said real or least -huld estate, baa:d.as or eimat
etmt.bereaaoaof saw pa.iiMr ar latprorios. witn
ta wo weeks I rum and after Lh 1 a sLiy of J un, i.ter
urn Kimn W'TWl lrom ninr suca ttaia T vT Is i his . or
ji: JtJq:rei-1-3 J B HAKTI.ETT. CiTt Clerlt.
BISHOP. ROSS & CO IM FO hT.
era aod aboleeasVf sWairra m Wiaea kt latsua. 3
Taleat tteecouour siaxda will be ooaatauis anatared bv
Th- BAK attached to th ffall will be rapoheai witA
T lonnrw a( the Very Beat Qualitr. if
sacjip. nil 1. tte. ai.-r r.VTIKK CMASGK Of I
The sx.ilineJIaRMt-t4 Will ruMIJ .1 Ii-im..l! w.. I
Kai 'o. a! Al. s. Vanlvee Mirsra. t nrink -.a.i -.k u -, .a I
tnfs B.irle,..-s. paradtcs. Jie-. Reels, Huhian-itTo,Ta"
3IL -IL to ci.n.'i:nce "t oV l.rh . el6 dr r, sua
A()iH K. BBLS. DKTK01T RTVliR
tUUHlrS i'l-H-Raratvedthia da. Ihe oalr
- . . . . . .. . iu c im w : . r.T
n. smith a Pt TN am. la a ita Ri, gt
CE WING MACHINE AND DRESS
JO MAalluB caa be hireu b apphi-e to
J K KTHONO.
Mgjixleoa BU-cfc. gapenoc St
r st . t'lmoM. 0010
aifli Jot ?I
CT. MOUSE'S WHOLESALE aDd
Rttii Tcbs nro aad Set ar Stole. ha f-tren rrmmd to
birpeir M , "thd-T toe AsMtcma Houar; wittre we
cBtnnt!v oo nn.i lUe cnuvri atl m t exiraiT
a of 1 nnorted and lxeaetc Srcars and loftarcii in ln
ne ia munnf ante rtiist and a io Cnewiu
4arre, euaaiatuig ta part 01 ;he fallowing .rauaC appiwrveu
C tirvtiaa srr.mf.irt; Bonn's Gold Leaf;
fiiua "Ui'i Caucaaa; O.iiar;
World sFair; Sail Ml'?r .m foil
Marcftskrr Pnnntnrnt: benhn (nuinm
Lao. r ti:ie aanentijutaa fhnea. Tnikia: land Mrnu
toodwia a a 10a Tut Chewiac Tobacco,
K'Bmmi's do 1J
Aaderauaa oo do
W amiek.. Brrat k Co. Fim Cot Cnewia T-larce.
fiaoaf , avgar Ca aa, Dnakiit FUK, prir,u Caids.
Aor aa t C. T. MtlHSE.
iTt TS Vaderrhe Amrf TT-ne
AJOTItE. PERSONS WlisHI.Nd
to atake aaa of "Cur Dock." foot of Superior streel.
ff 1 a. avA w
Ati ih ismt ipifrya jtiM
TelStfOLUTlON NOTICE -The Part
aership herateiWa kanwn as tba Ana of SO N N C-
a atiKUci . anu roarue 01 d. Soon born. LvMiia
tMioaibure, aM Hrart i.eDar 1, u liiu ila iinolvti! by
i'nscu4. MtuiaiM. oeniy atiiiiir ijsirn riii jar iroa
tuai. 8OL S SONN Hull,
CieraUs!, Aorait 3B, 1KT.
i BONNE BORN willeaatiaaotoearrroatha Reati
THE TESTIMONY OP THE Rocka.
J. T Line Buraera. Msaas. Boiklem. 1 ini.tH
r.cZTZtlZ. 1 - aonuij w pare, fray,
An ex erf nr oft weal tu tNn la thta hi
iajiif.rh.reper. b a qaarleT of a d..lir per eel than tuer
ttooa, rotirh or ra:. pnp;ni niQK. Ia asldiuea, I nut tha
Hone iikai.u vessel at me rare or mitans duly I rurre a
rooo w iiin wi.a uan watr. aad a Door to haul ott I
W iarf ha 1 1 a aula abieva for aaal) of tae MarWe ,
Jaoal SH-jong dra :7 ALEX. CLEMOTVS.
I IKIH jtsTll.l .. .
ATVA 8HAU. OPfc.V Tf'PSDiV
V V June 1st. the Lareetrl ...I i f
ravrai jaawiueaasa. aroufatt to tlua Market.
il a. J. B ALU IN a CO.
KENDfcUiO.N ii HAIR KKSIOK
AT1VK Is Umt bemnmhohX koowaand bidsfntrUi
b 4 .tae faiD-d. as Uie fullowmr crrtincai will snow, it j
enn be obtained ot the sohacnt-er aader lave Amencaa
nosswa(uia.c7. rrtcf at p om.iie.
W .aL HEMDEK.SON
HE?tDElOJ'S HaVlB RtltniT!?!.-.Tha npdentarnsad
era bud ua the t p of ttun- brads aiu tba r kiur waa
"saaj aiu inoiuiy rrowini 1 mim mil Oft! ULaTir notad vs Kaa
Mr Win Hi Ii.itr . ine Bnrlii an. tor lh .urJ..
plied hitjojitircelebraieai Hair Met4tratiT - , nnd ia a sWrt I
tius tlie loas of hiirwu stonoel njiii 1 kna
Cruw. sod n-w the ptare uo oat b aia ant was tntir ly
ta!d is roeTed wi n a fiae enai oit air. Weeonlia.! ra
n.fr.ioeDd Mr Horulerson'- Kestarauea. Wliaviaw it ia an I I
ha bes art.' la of tha kiac aa a ar at. I kUt3
j 1 win nonfl ar
I H hlUY.
KJ &TKLr:T,(vyestSideaeartlM ouraar Peart a4
19 St Clatrwre
r-tAate auf aiao aa Mt aa Mr. Howiand i
T aoe.i dir aua
II ii0 r X mZtU 1 la 3 K a I i-r.
wilM MnlKSoa, sperautor. I 11," ll:"- r' u""t- ,T" to. aalaa
I rT ' 'ujuua: isaaar, i aai.aatl i-osp
ASD Tt1 PBEXATVHK DECLISr
Jest rahlnhad. Oratw. th h Thaaaud
L.erai Wcaaaaaa, uetaraal Ea sjckaw.
."eroos ueomiy. impoteBCT. and liupetiirav nta lo
Mamarecarra!lr. Br B. G LANKY. i D.
imponasd fet tnat tne araar alanajat aovalaiaU
fiwiaa ia ihe im prudeace and auliinae of voatb. sbpt
saa.jy ignored wiiaoat Modi ine. is in this mi il travrs
detaotitrratedi and tbe entirely- Pew aad hie j ac
oasaial treaiaaant. aa adopted br the Author, luily sipiaua
ad. Bsaaiiof sthrch etery eoe aa-aanled locire hito elf
a:a bi lm iem posktme cost, tneretiT srotdiaff
attt erttsad ane niras of i ha day
to any aoJresa, Ta is aad aost free ta a sealed aa-
wg rcaiuuaf yoa paw i iwo puitu: sti iipe t
UT. 9 Uk LJt r V.
ST:3aa taa la Ka. as Vast Stat 8c. Mew York.
WOODS-WOOIj FOR SALE.
r v r-u-ra nuaqna Lotus Of Wood at TEN SHII -U.NGS
PkH ( OKU three aaile. fr-T,K- A. u"'1!
aa tlta Newbrrsn P. a nit BoaA. awaai.
iNowiSLM Uitie rail ua
fbU b'OWARO KTVamrT ti r..
S A" VV'ERS-Merchant Tailor."
kJm Baal ..,M, lh. W-10.il, ka.aaeODall"J:
hau acaotc a oca u cwaa, Cuiaen ui V.auaV
Whjch he will eaaae aa n ik. " ,ml'
TUSTKECEITFr, DIRECT FROM
" ' Manerselarere. aa larcaca at Lialm' aa Oassa' Trar.
PASTURES OF THE
subscriber, ahoat AiO acres, in the Cayab-iea i
will be oaea aaaa ai'ier Mar 1st. mr t
who air send Cows are aerebr aottlied that liter will
charred for th sat tre season, from data of eatratsra to
1st, an lean 'her ira aoocw ia wntioff at the luoeof
earlier withdrawal: and aisa that tha anderairned wL I
liaaie tor aiuavaia uaat aar atrai irna uain i.rai
oa said pramisea.
a- irtf eeau aer wsst, p"Tabla Orre MoaJar
imafaace, aateaa amiiganaau are aaataa aviiA tlaat ,ui.
Ux the aeEsoa.
Bt mt oaV or Mcrcaaataf Bank. PeTwrlor St ,
?ord. Hetdstaam. at tae entrant rnt,, tfr
a Co'sPla Foundrr. ar nt aia anrk Hari
Calraraity Hairiita. ft. . STuiN'B.
Cirrsaaa.., abtu bu, irtaa mpm ay iiosl
ssubm, aWi(aa ssa MM rallMcrL
Bt ITS k CO ,
io. x Kiiperon ss.
A S. POWERS WOULD BEG
-at a. a lee-e te infona his aid Cnstoar that ha wii. re
oaiia iioimt rear wita Messrs a oca, Lei A M sysr. lo.
Sm snor street, where he will be haopjr to aee all bia
frivada. aad will snaranet to fit tbem ool in a mod mtrla
tlOARl). BUAR1), WITH PUS AS-
U am ..its of ruoaM. mud si&f a rtMaAa.eaa a. oocaja.
al Dr BiiACU i saw Buaruu, Houaa. o s, Neaia Kne
ix i. iiir
CMTKD STATtS ! Vuut.rLiH
PATENT OFFICE AGENCY, OP
fox Salt ox lUnt.
Fk?J1''aT; Tue cunvenieDt House
grant J. A. HAHHls. bs t
pOR RENT. ONE LARGE COX
FA," ; A. W HURLBrT
kALE OK KKNT A TZrl,
r-'i, iLVHLLKi, .No. 44 Hrrm. St
t OK bALE. A JOOi liUOTTY
CWeiand. Marc' MtTERAT.
U HEAL EVTATK-
'. UTTLB. SLL . KSTES.
& KEi'ES.--I)palra in
tirh.- .... . a. . ...
PAKMS FOR SAL K. Fourlarms
Aly.. v.ra, U. .. .a. u,,,
Hoasaai ,ml .V acr. oi Una a. !Vdl..ru . a ,.!.. "M J
a F - R , wau-a w. wulaa.laa lone Iiia. aa aV,,i i
laod, ioiilr. aui on C. n M. u H ,jt u....a
erean will be men itilemrprl " au joa
Also, wieral Sool lie usu to rr-n!
ma:ilii Litilks a kevrs ....c.. .
P"OK RENT. A RARNTcONVit.
WASTED-A PARTNER WITH
dr E.T.,e.n.i iCI w,I6T. Z. .A.72rA:
watva aa iwm. eaa ke nu. li '7..'. 7U
dJ" " 1 ',"" w G ' E B S 0T IC E-ea Gold and
Miter watj-m. Awlrr, Di-i-ikiii. ii, Gons -i joia. e
" j i v u. w j w ITT M ourmer
M. US P.M. W.trbcs aa.l Jewr Ibr sate al baraaja.
vntjir Opa. t'oounemal Br. Baak
WAITED. ENKKCiETIC MEN
ia .treri Slate ami T. mi-rr 10 sell boo. t-wu aad
eoaair njuu for la n-ad j wl:i, t Hanere Bom
Hutuw-. n-collT patented br PaWiu sat Uur-etz i ,i...
Cllr- Cailoo tlw Go. rat A?mi!. R.-.uiloi: & Co , Ko 21
o.oci, or .tLjrc-. luew wiuj aainpu-
WANTED. A Girl to do all kSdl
M Kucaea and H-meworc Xoa. ami apt, aa
J" "e caa prudiaa ant 01 ralcrcaeea. Appir i No. 13
A WORD TO THK WISK IS" SUP-
IX FICIKNT ForWurk. Vivlp. or lTiiuri.iioa Mar.
kiuJ.tajnt xo to the V-tl' luuiliac. and Gfnerai
Iiiionttntiu A?en.3r, wiiire ywj u, tain to eec wiut ?o
waot wiinoot twia hdn.bu; ti. The protwi-for vf ihi
AseocTatiU cooiiaues i mpniT in mi les aua otiwr n.r
aoosw:tblh hirst oi roalvtr fmie Hn tf an natioa
Aiw.u enerxMK-ail. at wor- sou., .rftUiff,su. xcJassmZ
log pooenr, ilieciiitr rtni. he , kc
C?Th pub-ie win Uez ti.em tre that tbe prnpnetor
ot una Atrecrv rviz Till . e.ecTJie. urcox. ilon-g9-,arw
H kiousufwTUiiv; c .onecieU wnUitM buiMti
rwWANTKD.!toefotiTii dailr at thi Office, com
pMrnt S-ainre!B, Dniia- Rt..m CUsmor Gu w. Cooks
M.,lur PriTate ari irs aui Huieis. m ritv t.(1 cuuairr
Atao, ruod. re'ihle nteo. tucli a tim-'en,-, CalTia- lri
r. Porters. Waivtotwa... . B- fl)f Hteii j.d :o "krm
U-Ui:. mc , c. Plj twir in ai.iij i hat I tjr not cna-ce
mt laronnation ecmcrrninjc fme h if I ma nmwm f.r 1 ut ,
uneher (. rSt-es tlui ubu li(e dm jnfnriiiL.tii cr raab
rveato peix os m-kj kelp taturrt.t. u chirte
ResbemrV-r tlie Orft-. uarttf J H D. w.'ti . ..., k,.ki.-"
Utne mt adi.tajA.-oc4a milte tasir jrp'iratj. ati
letter, uciMaf a po4aja euii., ani tii will ha
protti3tir aUauU to.
aa Amburgh & Co's., "
BROADWAY i MENAGERIE.
From Ifem York Cty. and the Mammoth Me
nagerie to well hunen w the Wetl.
II. FROST. Manaaer,
T'HE PROPRIETORS OF THE
Momrie, mxt h a Uewreto .tilt r eater
.s '. ' . wr"w
SejS.Hi rb 'TT aM c aare-'iiioti. harm aximixTeal ts in mmt n.e
the.. TWi) l PEkJ AiENACfHIES, mto
ONE COLOSEaL ANli UA,.Mn( KM DISPLAY'
he whoiel be Tnrea rollect.Tel?. eotrer one Pr.-ua, ui
P. toe of Auiaitatiia aercioiur: citkied iW each.
VAN AMBURGH & CO.'S
Aotlnalr LEGrTlMATE M-aaefns sow la Asaenca,
BEASTS, BIRDS fc REPTILES
the Four Qftulers of th Glohe; aaaing watch at, b
aMDrmoth FVl-Iit.! of the Wur.d. wvuinr
aailba. lhaiTl, irtrf
Ajaerica aine :nrt ai h;th on-t pntr of WHITE
POLAlt BEARS .
Iks Uai'f! ware.; the oiirr
BLACK ALPACA SEEEP.
LIOSKSS awl CUBS:
IB Sit. ttM oalr Milktl. .n-l INS I
htfutm as th. say-tha ualr Ufmii t. tnc
R'es a la antife:
a la bayadere:
OF ANIMALS, e.,
ELTTHANT 14 LIONS and L'ON :SK. Anatir ax4
n i sol'TH AMEK MI.V i.H. L'O.Nd. or Pnaaas
ROVaL Hl.Vf.ai. Tli VB-i Java Tir.li t
SPOTrklD HTAEV.Av-i PLITK L A M A. or A'oaem
T BCP3IKK COW 1 OX M NL'A. (T Z-i a 4
LEOPARDS S Br.AZILl.AV I I SCll TH A
CALIeuKMA CR172LV HrAR I N A.
P4.NTHFR 2 HI 1 E COuNS nCFLors, cr Ti-er
fi SpANKH MACAWS 1 PCCCVA 2 n-Ri.
0TRHHfs 1 ZEBRA-I K NOAB 0 1
or polar Br AK 1 bLACK UtJLF ' PRAI
UOLf 1 VllL Sll kllVll. T.t'.l W a Parmfl-.
MU-K orCiret CAT-'. If H VEUMON'-J ROCKY
MOt'NTAlJi BD;EH r.t. L'NESS aird 4
B8, one rear o J PARROT-' CULVE.A PIO 3
PHEASANTS f R 'I Oil KS, e . Ar., be-alwaa
Prrvrv-ofi wiM enter own at or near 1,1 rsVlrelt 14
LCDwlLi". Corn.1 Band Pro eaanr HO ELL
ot VAN' AMLtl'RUH, arUl tn a tut aim wua
rirerv Lapard. Jkc.
orakinu.fi) d. sc. if luo, ee itt Pir'ryrn'.
aah'b't tt this n Mnvmv m tttcti.
Uth ai d IE' h, on the flats near ilieSenn4-a Street B- :d-a,
PernvaaaBCt-s wii! cosaiiiviir- eaca d.r at !'-( ard 7 P M
Adiaiaaioa S caata, ChUdraa nndT oiae rear -4 itee
T . II A II N E Y
DAILY IN' RECEIPT OF NEW
and doazrute Urta- Ocooa, bovvut liar eaa :, auuer tha
cucuiwtnacas, a d . l.iiwnotd On tha wm terms ,
cestiaa,aT PBiCfws bithibto Lj.ArfByAi.M-
uw taxes aorttltiaa receircd are
i ara m k;
Alack crude Rbxe S' k--;
Biabot hs Rest Rhrck Silks:
arrur h Saiifciia ait c. tws.
aMide Mi of ail kiid:
Waraicnt aud bawiaf auka
etytea rlnc Itsh DLutae ; Blatrk A'sperar
rrsucu do Niini j.ei int-t-s:
MuK-bestaTdo Frmrh Cii., e.-u:(ta;
H'Bilt'a A Pacific Jo Barasja Uobea;
SHAWLS AKD MANTILLAS
Caw frape Shawls;
Fibc . ( rD '''wls a. w to. iaaat
INDIA CA; U)a.
PEntT3 A5D DOMESTIC G00D3.
A5D TJXEX TABLE CLOTHS.
Svlas sad J-xroette Sctta. and '
TriauBiuc oi ararr dchptlHa
snTendld h-iiee ot
DBX&i FKIXGE AST) TRIMMDfG3.
HOIESRT AND RIBBONS,
athar eootla ta. inntm. ,n mh.hu. . .
GREAT CHEAP STORE,
Ko. 154 Sufsrior t