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LOCAL MATTERS.
THURSDAY MORNING,
JAN. H
Wanted. Twcnty.five cords of wood
wanted on subscription at this office for
the Northerner.
Conl piled Laws.
THE first volume of the Compilation, can I
had ly the several Township Clerk's at the
lil-tf.
Krratta. The picco on the outside or
the Northerner last week entitled ' Thtre
can bo no Popular Sovereignty in the
Territories according to the democratic
doctrine, was credited to the Detroit
Advertiser, when it should have been
credited to the Detroit Tribune.
Remember, readers, that wo will fur
nish you the Nortiikrneu and Peterson's
Ladie's Magazine, one year, for 82,25.
The above magazine stands unequalled
to any now published, in the Unites
States. It beiug a monthly journal it
stands "excelled by none, Unequalled by
few." Who would not venture for such
a chance to secure a three dollar magazine
find newspaper for 2,25. Who is the
hut to subscribe; send in your names;
A i'AKD
Tv .insure ft fair and eijuitaMa tariff for ad'U-ri
tiding ur l job work, ami in accordance with the
resolutions of the State Pros Convention or Mielih
pin, to v-l: : Resolved, That we ileum it impera
tive, and th:i1'-re will require payment in advance
for m11 we w !,j,!jier subscriptions hereafter; lle
Kolved, That nil transient and foreign advertising
should bo paid in advance, and at the same rates
as home advertising; We, the undersigned, pub
lisher of tho Fukk Sf.rss and publisher of the
Turn Xouthk nsv.h, o, and mutually have agreed
to strictly adhere to tka.wc resolutions in all
cases; that lr advertising we have ad pt"d the
printed "Free l're?s ?eile of Triees ad adopted
July 10 lVl;" and that wc rt.lopt the following
Prices f jr Job l'rinting:
Vaiiiu-.t r";iiired for legn.1 advertisements in
advance, or ou application for tiro puUHnl's affi
davit. X-IG liVi t Hills $1,00 for the 1st 100
73 4 4.
1 .."()
1,00 " 4.
t!50 "
U8
1-8
1-4
1-1
1-3
l-'i
Whole
lvt
1st
(4
if
44
44
(4
44
44
4k
2,00 4 " 2d
1,00 4. jst
a.o " f
0,00 ' 1st
1,00 !LM
44 fc4
4 4
Tor .-) Mils or ' 2-.)d! ubove price per 100
tniiKiry Jin ineKs i nnis l-t 100 fy.o )
' " " each subfiiieiit
11K less tlmn LOO ?1.00 over ,"00-;3 cents
ler 100.
Other cards nt propf)itionnt rates,
bull Tit-It ts, 1st 1O0, p'ala black, ty:00
Jt td 100 .. l.:,o
Tor any of alwvo jirintod in colors, or bronze. 1,
w'-ih Liif Nf tbf.Jri'e stated will bo charged adJi
tiorru. K.if -'iss Car-1 '.tot nxw 5 linos in typo,
will Ijo in-crtcd iu the -Iictjuwis Directory for 83
1 or year.
It ii oores.-ly undmfoo.1, n juctieo to the pub
i'.; a vt!l a ourselves, that 'fiio above modorato
tii 1 ciuitablc rates shall be ptriurly xuaintaiucd in
ry Instance.
I. W. Van Fossf.n,
Publi.bcr of tho Free l'rcy;.
S. F. LriKKtt,
rubli.bcr of tho True Xor finer.
.lilCIIIfiAN CTKXTKAL UMl.ROM).
Suit.uixtkndkxt's Officj:, )
Detroit Dec. 11, 1857. j
()V VXD AVTKR 3I()M1V, l)i:c. II,
' i'n-.-cn.-ur Trains will K-uvo Latoi!, tl'n.v
titt ion,; as lv4Ivs :
I'ASSEXdKR TRAINS WKSTVTAltn.
N. Y. K.xpress leaves nt 7 23 p. M.
Ni'-t 7 .10 A. M.
PASS EX(3 Kit TRAINS EASTWARD.
N. Y. Express leaves at 11 A. M.
Night 2 :;o A. .M.
I'll EIGHT TRAINS KAfT.
Way Frcint leaves at 1 :n M.
EmiSraut " " J 1.1 A. M.
FREIOIIT TRAINS WEST.
Way Freight leaven at
Emigrant "
...11 SO A, M.
....s r.o a. yi.
R. N. ItH'K,
General Superintcndant.
RIC II ,
ELEGANT AND
Extensive 8tock ol
N c w Goods,
-AT THK-
"CITY STORE"
OPPOSITE THE CO CUT 110 USE
Cl imss Ac CJK VNC.rit Hell FjM Clns nu
iiooiU of every derlption, CIIFAF,
nnd never undersold
Ready Pay ard
LOW PRICES.
GO THERE 1 1
CUItTISS & 0RAXGKU.
Paw Paw fleptSUh-57.
Messenger's London Cordial Gin
A PERFECTLY I'tJRE TMc AND LNYiUo.
RATING CORDIAL.
'flllS medicinal beverage ia maniifartiirAJ In
Lotion under tho rigorous espionage of the
Excise Police, in accordance with the Excise
Inwsof Groat Britain, (which punish vi h
heavy MnaltieH the adulteratiou of any urti.
etc designed for food or drink,) from tho li
nest of barley, impregnated with th choicest
tonics of the Mcteria 1 eVca. It has been
submitted to tho severest chemical toots, and
acknowledged to be free frum uny deleterious
ingredients and recommended adn perfectly
yiuts punimani nnu uever'o ty Dr. A. A.
Hayes, Stato Ayer. ot M hn Dr. hilton,
tho celebrated Chemist, Professor Hale, ol
London. l)rs Castle, Turner, Whitney, Reak
ley, Atlams, and Riehurd, and several hnn
dnd phyaiciai s In every p rt of th-United
State, w ho constant y prescribe it in their
practice for kidney and gravel complaint,
dyspepsia, gout, rhyiimn! fm, jenerul depres
sion aud debility. Vh ro the water 'a bad
or unwholesome in low or swampy ground,
or f'lvcr atid a ue districts, thir articlo will bo
found a positive cure and permanent prevent
ive. It is put up in quart and pint bottles at
fifty cent and 1 each, with the wor U ''11
E. Messenger & Co.'s London Cordial Gin"
blown in the j:Ls-. neatly labelled atid env 1
otcd. Too labels uni copyrjuht'd In New
York. R. E. MESSENGER" Ss CO.,
Importer, 58 Fulton St., New York.
Caution In pun ha iny;, be mire that it is
absolutely "MkssKNoek's," us several New
York and Chicago spirit-mixer are swindling
tho public with a coun erteit, which they rej-res-iit
as thir own importation. Every bot
tle of real London Cordial (Jin is im pored
by u-, ami War tho 8tr laturuof 11. E. Me
i-:nui-:k & Co.
Sold to th trad? by C. II. IJeekwith,
O. George, Merill U II ier?, and L. EeeJ,
Chicago, aud retailed by all dru'ists and
grocers. I ol
HOWARD ASSOCIATION,
liiilu(l ' phia
i() nil p'rhons afllirted witb xual D.ea
soh, p-icIi s Sl'KUMATOllKlidJ , SJO.Ml
,WL VK.KXK H, I M I Orj.Xv'K Gl)
NOiiU 'Un GLLl-j l ,slhILIS. the
V ce .,f uliNldM, or fcKLF-AUULSE,
cc, See.
The How m! A8ociaion, in viw of the
awful destruction oi human life, cau.-od ly
iSexuul dicases, and tho deceptions practiced
upon the unfortunate victims of such diseases
by Q lack., have, directed their Consulting
S'ireon, as achariublo act worthy o ih,ir
name, tu L'ive medical advice cratis. to all
persons thus nlllicted, wno apjdy by letter,
with a description of their tondition, (ae,
occupation, habits of lile, & -..) nud in oa -os
of rxtretne pov-rt and sulleritijr, to furnish
medicines free of chnre.
The Howard As'ciap"on is a benevolent
institution, established by srecial endow
iHont, for the relief cf tho sick and diMrr-?.sed
ai'licted with "Virulent and L'pidemic Disoa
8 s." It has now a surplus of means, which
the D'rc'ora liavo voted to expend in adver-1
! ll ..I . . . ' . . !
iiMug me uoove notice, it is nocsliess to add
tli;tt tno Association commands tho highest
Medical fki'lof tho ae, and will furnish tho
most approved modern treatmer.r.
Just published, ty the Association, a Re
port on permatorrhuii, or Seminal Weak.
iie, the vlct- of Onanism, Masturbation or
Si-lf-Abuso, and other diseases of the Sexual
Organs, by tlie Consulting Surgeon, which
will be 8eut bv mil, (in a sealed envelope,)
FKEK Or CIAUGL on the receipt ol two
stamps fur postair.
Addr- H-s Dr. GLO. K. CALHOUN, Con.
suiting Surgeon, lluwnrd Aociution, No. 2 'n this place for biiyiuinp and selling Crock
.South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Ta. Uy
order of the Directors.
KZUA D. IIEAIITWKLL,
I'reMidr nt.
Gr,o. Fatuciiilu, Secretary. 101 1
THE KCliKT LNFlKMlTlhS OF
YOUTIT AND MATURITY,
Just Published, Gmt's, the 2 ." 1 1 i thousand:
a fkw wotjo.s on Tin: katlknal tueatkknt,
witimut .Meiheine, of Sir-riintnrrea (ir lnc.il
weukt:e8, Nocturnal Etni.-ions, G-nitaltind
Nervous Debility, J'reiiuif uro deeny of the
System, Impotenc and linpeditnetits to Mar
riagt wiurully.
UY II. DE LANIlY, M. D.
The iu;prtant fact that the many a'arrn
in complaints, rijinatin in the imprn
dencc nnd ki JVude of youth, may bi ci,v
reinoverl without jukinci.nk, is in th s Mnnll
tract, rlerirly di nior.trH'c I; an 1 theei.tirely
new un 1 hijjly uC!''.shIuI treotnvrit, as a
doptcd t the Ant li r, lully rxpU'm-d, by
means of wlii' Ji (-very one i en ib!"d (o core
HiMiiii.F perfectly and at thj least piblc
cost, thereby avoiding ad tho ad vertitjeti nos
trums of the day.
Snt to an v ad(!reps, r.it's ard pos free
inaajaled elivelnii''. bv retniriin" fnnHr niiih
tivn nostnirn sinmiw m' I) It. hK r.ANKV
lTLisnenard Street. Nt,w York Gitv
3ST E "W
ISI XI T3 TL, I
Worlss I
The, UTi dersijjred hav:nff opncd for a
term of years to carry on the Ala rid hMsinesg !
at Lavtorf Vim Hir- n Co., for (J.-o. V.
U insl w, proprietor of the K:tlmzoo
Steam Marble Work." would re-prct fully in
form the public t.'iat o is now, and will con
tit.ne to Wt well prepared to furnish nt his
shop at Liwton any article in the line of
MONUMENTAL
that may bcoalleil for, Mich as Monumuntfl
Hcad-.stones and Tablets; also, Imposing
Stones, Pisint Stoni's, iVc, kc.
His pricc3 nre moderate and stock of the
best quality, ami as there is great dili'er
enco in the soundness., hardness, strength,
31tld firinilis4 fit' totnr. nf M'li-l.lit ;v,,K'
.....ii . . , . .
mil i;i hiii Mll.llllllll. in; Vtminl IIIYIIO
;m.inp, no
persons ncedinir any artic.'c in tlie lino to
rivc him a call lefrc purciiasimr of agents
lrom . troad, as he can and will make it
an ohject for them to buy of him; and
by selecting marble themselves they will
be better suited.
Siuiuld any partcuhr Ftylc of work bo
desired it will be mad? to order, or pro
cured from Kalamazoo on short notice.
W. J. McKLNNKV.
Lnwton, April 1st, 1857. I0(i-tf.
MARKET KBPORT.
TitUE NoKTiititKR Office,
Jan. 11 5 o'clock, 1. M.
!
Corrected nmt Uevised for TIIIJ TIUTE
nokt:ii;ui:k.
Flour, per bbl, SLOSfOO
Pork in llo, $o,60(( i,00
Corn meal, cwt, 100
AVhont bushel, 61(1)75
Applfs; dry, " $l,2i(-tj,i0
Apl's green," (-1,75
Di-uns, " 1,00
C'-.rn, "
lUiok wheat, " ."8
Oat. " 25(i( 2w
l'otutoos, " 20(25
Onions, 75(1,00
Hams, Y! 10
Hhouldcrs, lb 08
Honey, lb J 24
Tallow, lb lo
Lur.l, lb 10
lint tor, It) 15ri.20
F vs. "r .1,,. ior.12
Mnrli ll:iy, p ton. $5,0i(., 7,00
Tiii.H Hay, "r ton, . S.nOf.i, 10,00
hhin!.--, M, 2.2J,(i:2.;"iO
Whitowooo! Lumber, M, $S,00fiJ 2.00
l'iny Li:"hcr. M, 10(18,0(1
Venison s ii.lk', H, l)j
l'caches, lry, lb, 12
SPECIAL NOTICE.
T'i t'oiisuirii tiv f9 Avtbmatics, Djspeptici
mid other invalid.
HOCTORS FITCH A SVKK.S may bo coii.-r.l-te.l
daily, cither iers n.illy T by letter, ut N.
101 Monroe Street, Chieaj-o," III., f..r di.-e.ues of the
Tliroat and Luns; al.'o, Dyfpep.sia, 1'ensalu His-ca.-e.-,
and all other iit'ecliulis prcdispofinj to Con
sumption. A personal examination ahvays greatly preferred
but where lhi.- is impractiealile. the answers to our
puUI-hcd li.t offpiustious s-hould bo fully and carc
i'ttlly iven.
Hint- t ; Invalids', a pamp'ilet of forty-eiht pa
jcs. mailed 'j.r:it uously to any desiring it.
'1 he Invalid's (iiiido and Cousumplivc'ri Manual,
mii-liu binding, sent ou the receipt of twelve
lett'-r lnmp.
Consultation, (i'.hrr pcts.Mially or by letter, free.
Oilicc hour?, from 10 to 1 dailv, Sun'days excep
ted. Communicati'in should bo addressed either to
Dr. C. :-I. FITCH or Dr. J. W. SVKMS.
l"0-tf. No. 11) I Monroc .St., Chicago, 111.
Ho! for Gordons
Crockery torc.
A Ptork of crockery I'm hrun, to e'-ow,
Kot elsewhere found aft all well know,
At pri'-i.s too, toolov io ineNtion
"S"it!:out awaktnini,' groM aticntioa.
The facilities communded by tliis bouse
l?r procuring Crorkery and Glass
Ware from first hund.s are aci
knowledg d by all to bo
superior lo to tho best
con.Mjiiently this
eT u hlislmient
has advan
tages OVER ALL OTHERS
crv and Glass ware.
o don't delay u mrn ut lnncor,
lii'uc nn't;ts n.-ver fiui lo t-troniror,
Jielow I Im'OBtaeks of Crockery ware.
1 would'iit toll yen whai's upstairs.
So vvlion thfl po- lo eomo to town
Insteufi of trtvin!f up ntr"ot and down,
Tiiev will ul 1 lion-lofore
Drive up und liitoh nt Gorton's Store,
And if you arc in want of
!&ocm;ei&y
.-OR
Glass Ware
of any dcsciiption,
Quality or
PRICES!
Come in.
ttpcr Hangings
JU.
In endless variety fr in 8 cents
up to 50 cents a piece you can find
them at Gortons
Now all miisi lnow. as hc'toferc,
For l:rui!i-,, fi icl Got'ir' tlore,
Io l hn J e iv'il, no in o in talking,
Uorttm'n is tlie plaro in g) u shopping.
Lf A now flock of Crtkery & Glag,
Ware purchased recently to he fold cheap for
cah.
110 0. P GORTON
Paw Paw; May 12, '57
( i lviIh, pAfJU k iiov.vr:,
IHjANK HOOK MANUKACTUIIKRS,
Stationer., hnhhin(lcr.f
And Vh ,Ieylie Dealer In Hoik lliiidenf
Stock.
12s t ?,0, Lake Ft. Curncr of Clurli, up utairs,
If. Z. Cri.vKR,)
I). W. Pr.K, I
M. A. llovxr.J
c'IIicaco.
Lithorapliin? l all kinds ncntlr
All kinl)f Iilanl: Uif.k. iimnufartiircl on liort
notiec. MnLMzinc, Mu!ic. lc. nratlr l"nnil.
Oixlrr oli:iil. ir.3-tf.
8f O F"3E
Office of " The Itcpobllc."
Washington, Oct. 2C, 1857.
Dkau Sm:
Tho terms upon which The Rpullic
is funiishcl to subscribers, arc given below.
Am an u'lditi.onul iii(.lucenietit to agents,
a copy of 44 The 1 uf Shivery in
th'r I'-vitnl States" a duodecimo volume
of 1512 pages, bound in muslin, will bo
Kent free of postage, to any person furnish
ing ten ixi'ly sitfiicn'Lrrit, whether to the
Weekly, or b'cim-Wccklv, or partly of
both.
It will not bo required, that the r:r.t::es
ol a tlub should be all i-ent at one time:
and the papers will he forwarded to differ
ent pot olliees, it doin d.
The notes of specie-paving banks wil
not be required. The notes of solvent
banks will be received, which are current
where mailed; but llatern bank notes
are preferred.
Your obedient servant,
(Jho. 31. Wkstox,
Proprietor of 44 The Republic."
WEEKLY.
Single copy, one year
Three copies, li u
Ten copies, " "
Twent)' copies u u
jingle cojiy, six months,
Ten copies, 4i 44
82,00
f,U0
1;"),0U
2",00
1,00
S,00
12,oU
! Twenty copies ,
SEMI-WEEKLY.
copy, one year,
e;j,oo
f),00
10,00
1,50
2,rdi
5,00
Two copies, 44 44
J'ive copies, " r
One copy, six months.
Two copies, 4 4 44
Tivc copies," "
Iu all the above cases, "where more than
one copy is taken, the paper will be mail
ed separately to each .subscriber.
Persons volunteering to act as agents
will have the benefit of the rediietou of
price, according to the above schedule.
For any number of copies, more than two,
not embraced in the above schedule, such
persons may retain fifty cents on each
yearly subscriber to the Weekly or Semi
Weekly, and twci.ty-five cents for each
subscriber for six months.
Thus, any person sending ?0,.'0, wiil
have fodr copies of the Weekly sent for
one year to such addresses as he may di
rect. This will be " for three copies,
and 1,50 for the fourth copy.
Payment alvrr'S in advance.
Money may be forwarded by mail, if
ii . i.ii .. . . i i
mo icuer containing it rc registered, at
my risk. Notes on Eastern banks prefer
red. Large amounts will be more safely
remitted in drafts. , Direct to
(J r.o. 31. Wj;stox,
Washington,
' I. C,
Crusader of Freedom.
IVi.s is tho name of a new weekly sheet
to he issued early in this month, at J)oni
plian, Kansas. James liedpath, editor
and proprietor. Th following distin
iti.shcd persons are special contrihutors.
James IT. I.ane, General of the IVec
tato iorce'.
Win. A. .Phillips, Author of the "Con
quest of Kansas."
31. I . ( onway, Jadc of th? Supreme
Court ol Kansas.
Morris J hint, Judge of the Supreme
Court of Kaurns.
Phillip C. Schiiylbr, Secretary of State
of Kansas.
Henry J. Adams, Mayor of Leaven
worth City.
Richard llealf, lwj.f and other eminent
citizens of the Territory, will contribute
regularly to its columns.
Gen. Lane's career h IMisas will In4
tuhlishcd in its coh'tas. The price is
J per annum; ti-r cIul- of ten in.
variably m :nlva;ice. At 1 . hv.--s. .him
ledpath, iKmiphun, Kanr:i?.
'J ho Crtisader of Freedom is to lie devo
ted to the cause of freedom and will main-
ain the principles of the Free State party.
IRON FOUNDltY
AMI
IsZCVCKCI3TI3 SHOP.
IIAURY L. EGOLESTON
Having purchased tho interest ot his late
partner (Lurasrf Sutton,) !.u the Iron Foun
dry and Mcch'rje Hnepf w)uld repctfullj
nrnounco to f h iLtabuunts of Van Ilnren
County, that ho hi prepared to execute
with the otmost prnmpNf ude, contracts for
all kind of MACHINERY,
STKAM KNOINKS, SAW-MILL UiOS
C FA It INCH AC,
r!ttir2, Turtiinjr a: d Kepairn of cvofy der-
cription done on short notice, at reason
able and satis laetory prieca.
CoTinicted with tho Foundry, we have
a first rato
BLACK-SMITH SHOP,
aud all work pcrtauiirjr to that department
cT buftidcsB will h- performid in atdalful,
neat and substantial manner.
Ho rnannficturc3 ad keep constantly on
hand, for 6ale, a prime article of
COOK, PAKLOIt, AM) DOX-STOVl'S
AI- I'LOWS ot all siz8 ami d'-scriptions
All kinds of Urasa Cnstiiigs manufactured to
order.
Ho vvoulJ call the enpecial attention of the
public to his stock of
Lumber and Light Wagons,
fjy For pdst f vors iho public have his
thank, and he renj ectf illy solicits a contin
uance of patronage.
II. L. EGGLESTON.
Faw ?sw, Fb, 1 I&V7. n'7t(.
Dirwg JStosre I
3700, Facts for Tho PEOf Li!
LOOK AT THIS COLUMN
And Find Them! !
Longwcll & Kilburn would re:
spectfully Hnnpiihce that they
have beeii making
Extenive Additions
to their stock consisting of the
( hc-icfst Imp'tcJ
DRUGS AND M K D I C 1 X ,' S
Family Groceries,
i ure Liquors,
Alcohol, lirandy,
Gin, port Wiiie,
W h i s 1. y ,
Choice brands of Tobacco,
Dox and Kog Raisins, liag salt,
Pepper, spice, cassia, cloves,
Starch
$irt ititj hunger Salts,
Soda, candles, soap, matches, fish
all kinds of
JEWELERY, YAKKEE NOTIONS,
ooks clBui
Stationary
WOODEN AND
WILLOW WARE,
paints and oils,
WindoiT glass and putty,
Now is your time, as tiro selling
at reduced prices You will have
but to call and be convinced
(. W. Lonovvf.ll. J. Kn.r.ua
Paw Paw. Feb, l i, 1857. ( 1 )
TO WHOM IT MAY G'ONCliliN
CLAPP & MARVIN
AT TIIK
EMPIRE
773
Have jmt n ehct from Xew Y.rk, ili
red l'ro:i !:o iniurtciv, a lar-e an-1 hiIcn
diil ktock i-f
tig's 5
Medicines'
A.VD-
CIieMuictils,
And almost everv variety of MKDICAL
and suiKJirAL j,j;k:'iia:i)!hi;
whicli will be void nt figures t yaI tlie
times. ry .iriiilc m.! ! at thi:; institu
tion will lii warranted ..-e.iin? or i,kih--refunded.
Also, a lar.ro and "hoicj vji-ij.
ty of
FANCY ARTIC:ES
AM)
A ho a choice snjiply of Lipu rs dircc
faom the impcrtenj vlii-.d.. we .-.'11 for :no
dtcinal punoC'-i oulv
AM ;i,l:;;!.r oure
ti. c.. ii j ....ii ; :
a rail. '
WKSTKHN MOXKi i.-.i Iicro in !
trade at par.
Paw .I'av., Oct. 1 i. lSn.
.lot-
J. SI. HUBBARD,.
dhalk:: in
WJSVfJJ? V V V O Vf '7 f V ?
smfj:t imusic
MiQ MUSICAL WaCKAURlS
KALAMAZOO - - - - MICHIGAN.
Tho Rnbircritnr fta? jnct oprr.d a fine uiock
of ?.Ui?ic3l Merchandise, conslbtins In part o
PIANO FOIITES AND MELODE0NS
From the lest Matter; in the country;
VIOLINS AND GUITAKS,
Of the best Italian and Aracric.-n manufac
ture; SHEET MUSIC
Of every description of the latest publication;
STRINGS
Of the best qua'ity, for all inrtruments;
HAiD MUt(l,
Arranged by the most popular Composer .
Every Instrument offered for sale has been
thoroughly tested, and he can nafely say aro
superior to any eter nold in thin place.
A very liberal deduction made to these
purchasing in quantities.
Promut atteo'ion paid to country order?,
Mr. II will give his persor nl attention to
tuning Pianos, by leaving orders nt bis Store
corner of Main and Burdick streets
J. M. HUBBARD,
tec 15, 1857. . JMmS
1UP11
BRILLIANT rilOSVECTUS!
Founnr vkar of tiik
C0S3I0P0LITAN AUT ASSOCIA'X
Tilll i'AMOl'N
DUSSELUOllF GALLERY
or
PAINTI N"G S ! !
Pttrentaeil at a cost ?ilS0,U'0.
And Powers' world renow'iied stalule of
the
1 ?Tn
IS: r-itrrle for f? llioiu-an-l .1. l! ir- with m-w
ml Lo ii I rl .Ih.r woiKi, i,f Ait, in l'a ii.t in
.l'r"J;. tur' s .mk! I'.ton.c.--, oiuj ri tin; I'vvu i in,.-' i i
It r.wiii-'kil lo tin- Mil.y. ril.! i ff ,,.
nKnV(tlA'l.X Ajri' As:MTI.
who iii-crilf.l YkIovv lu I'Sf!, , f .FiMiu.irv,
at which tiiui- H,. nwarj.4 fli!l tnko j.laci:.
J'eilii, i t i !-eiintioii.
l!. ry si,1.ti ;1,i r of t!inmlo!ar- i ii.tit'r I ,,
A (,,,!'.V Il.e l.ii-v an.l f.Lr.li I ( . ! Ij.-ra
Mum, tntitK.i y tNii-i:si Di:i: ,." a!..., ,
A copy of ll-n Cosmo, -of rs A.i .).. . op,
v.;1r, a!-o iu n C. iCiiratc n tin Awanlof l'n
iniir.ns :i1m a lVco n lini-.mri tu Hie lMiM,.rt
nn.l CoMuo,ilii.i:i 0;.!!,.ri4. Tims it i- ? , c
l!'it l,r the every tiucc il-llur.- ai-J iiilr-riLfr n..t
only itfc i os a
Xjh ni;l 77 ve IhJhir Kmjraiinj,
Uii, al.o, l -iulirully i:iiiftr:,te-l
fhn'htf 17 ,Innriily un;
V.H-h ."iliycrii cr i : ;i',so r-f-iUr-l wi('i a c, riifi
eiiftr in Oie A war N oC Pn-fii ,-,, tJV ,V;M h ., v.tl,
:i ''' t Art. in Painting or Sn.'j :.i:iv j.
ivc.'ivL'.l in ifMiiiop, oj t. ;
J'rnoi eiiivalfMt to the value oI'Im,- U.'uv. an.l a
Cci tiliiato gratis.
Any one of the Kvliir,' d .1! ir .Mn-wii.c is
f'jri,Mio.l. in.-teu.l ol the Un-rav in- aiul Art .louriiai
il U- .fi 'I.
No I'trsr.j, is ro.stric-tcl to a sin-l,' ln.rf. T!
j t'tl.iiij-fuo nieiiil eihi,F, rtiiiitlin- are nii
M-jJ to an extra 1' n-rav in-, s,t,- e ti,-Kt I.
! uii.?' i ine .Vf.--oci.uit ii are
the Art Journal, which
."IVftl in
,1 contains owr .-ixtv' ii.l. i.
.li.i t:
.):p;ra. iri.irs rice fifty iva. oer ni.iiihi r. S,.,.i-
inen coj.ies will he .vent to all j.eix.ny win. (le.jre t'
SiJ.)s,ril- oij joceipl of nvo jiosti'p; fct.imj'.-, (lo
fenfs.)
mil',-, (.
AJilrerS
LOS -nil.
i ii:f:T;v.
Aetnary. C. A. A.,
5 IS Uroudwiiy, v Vmlc.
25 WITNESSES;
; i)i thi;
PUaGE-rxi COHViCTED
CD
JOHN S. DYE IS THE AUTHOR,
M
; v no nas mm iu yo,:s expi rine a
Uiir.ker and PublUhi r, r.ml Author -( ;.
-t ries of lectures nt the Iiroadn :iy 'J'.j.
C3 t'r"iiC'' '"'her,,- for 10 hucccsfiic iii'-hv-,
t O lover 0rS0,'J:;U Peopb r;reetel
prhitn with roumlss of applause, while Iiu
O JC,,-hitcdih? mcrnrriu wliich Uour.ter
O ft'i't'rs execute their frauds, ;u:i! lhe.HU
;re?t and shortest means ol detectum
; them I "
' TiieLa 1: Note Engraven aU say that
O 'he is thegreuteit judge of ? .ycr ?iwiev liv
O -ing.
O .linF.Avr.sT Discovert of the j?rct cut
t!C "otitury tor I)K1 j;(JTliG
o
Counterfeit Eanlc Notes.
.Descri'-ini every treimim; hill in rxiUMico
; nutl txh, bit'm su n h.ntk every Car.u-
tjri'i it i:i oi.v:il.ition! !
lArnrcd uti . In.i'-al.ly, that kkkkuknck ift
o
o
.lib'S.
; No i:.'!c. to ex.TrniriC! Tfo p;ifcs to
! :;:.' l!:;t so finiplifit-u ;ui urr.iiisrej,
it lJU In'";'"t. r::iktr, and J.'u.inc
.I:in cau nil a jI.uh u.
.
PJ ; Enhl, French, a,vl Gs-mnn.
.2 ll'bu each may read tbe ?amc in hi own
ji:u:vo iopd?.
;IAXK NO IK LIST riJULLSIinD.
: f A lo, A List cf nil the Private
;I!;inkers in Anu rn n. A complete
.summary of iho Finam e of Europe nnd
o
O
'America will published in each edi:
tion, together with all the important
news ul the day. Abo,
, 1 SEUES OF TJLES
CU ;r mm an olo Manuscript found in;
;i'-is:. It Iur::ia.'ic3 tha tr.rst complcu
history ot
; oiii i: x t a i j i. r v y. ,
Deserihinff the must perplexing poi'.
;iion.iin whicli the hidius and gentlemen
;of that cour:try have been j-o otten
foui.d. These Ktori s will continue
throughout the whole ytur, and wi!J
prove tho mnt tnUriaicing ever oillrcd
to the public.
: (rJ I'urnisld v.-ceUy IpauUcrihcrr
'or !v. at 1 d year. All letters tnubt be
'addrcwd in
JOHN S. DYE, Broker.
1
c5
ri
O
P.
r:1
Publisher ami Proprietor,
O , ln5-ly 70 Wall Street, New York.
IT S V
BOOT -A.3STID SHOE
rHDT?!
w a v ju r
TIIL rucsfriber would respectfully announce
ib:'biiints of Paw P;.w and vicinity
: I r. a 1 c? ik.w oe:i, oro uoor cast ot luo
Meat Market, a
tajoi) Afl.soR'oirxr or
As was ever offered in thia market. Hie
trle!; consists of Ladies', Vices', and Chi -drn's
G titers, Uootee?, Luskin., and Slip
pers ot eve-y pattern and style; boys' and
youth's Stoa Uouts, Shoes, and Rubbers.
All vrroL.l ?iLtinjj P'.'te and Shoes would
do rell to
EXAM INK II I S STOCK
Before purchasing els'wher-, ns he fMteri
himself tint ho can sell a firet rate art'cle for
as little mony an any firm in thii market.
DON'T FORGET TO GALL '
at the old stand of I. II. S inmoD & Co., c
do )re?st cf tho mef.t market. 1 ernis Cas
Inl O. F. PARKER.
MARRIAGE GU2DE, by DR. YOr0.
MAKHIAitK GUIDE, by DR. Y0: G.
MARRIAGE GUIDE, by DR. YOl Hni,
MARRIAGE GUIDE, by DR. YOUNG
MARRIAGE GUIDE, by DR. YOUNG.
MARRIAGE GUIDE YOUNG1
OK FAT PHYSIOLOGICAL WOhKiTnf: IV, ck
tT JJscci.Ar:r, ft If very Of. 3 h:i own Drqfcr. hy
Wm. VoCNRr'. O. Il 'h wriltan in pi.ia Inn
Ctntre f -riha ,-earr:il r-'fldor, and i-l!li btntia willi
upwHrdu r'f 'mo linn Ircd nrravipi A'.lyoi'tiR
m irried pn-ib , or thw roTt,inpl.itirijf inarrincft
hm1 )iHii'pc tlie If t imptdirn nt to nmrriej lilo,
hh"HiKI rradthbok. it'ii'hc secret. that t
ciy nnd !,o:iM lo nc (jn.iint.nl vith: still it i a
Imk1v th. -it imift b krrt li.nlel up, nnl not lie
uH.mt tlie bouse. It will b. n wt tc nuv dno on 'Jit.
P-ccipl ' f C rentf. ArMrrn.-. IR. WM. YOUNO;
SftuT n'jir T'nTfh, I'hU'l-lt,tif. Th ,
lJJ.fr.
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