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Co-tracts by the Mayor and Common
Council of New-York.
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?faying the Interest and Principal of the
Canal Debt
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METROPOLITA* HEALTH BILL.
DSSATH IW TBS SINATS.
?J,ota Our .-?pecia Ccrretpondriit.
Al bast, Jan. JO, is?fi.
The Legiilttion of the laut t*-vo d*?y?> has
|K..-eiiieidTery little intereit. Mr. Fretr's bill asking
k m franchise to construct and operate the Crosttown
L II-.?!.'. ad in your city, may be deili.ed as the " grid
Atr/'ii." bul ot tb? session, for It proposes to crust Man. j
W fmftan Island wherever there Is room.
1 Hi morning in the Assembly, on the report of the
* '?.Lu,, i tee on I'ablic Printing, the number of " Pjb.
lie?.' vdt. by different amendments, cut down
ta a?rerai cases to one half the number recom
nj'nd-d. There seems to be s disposition in the
li. iu-e to redeem itself from ti.? "Bed Book" extraTS
??'iii,e which the pre?? univemally condemned. On the
re?o!ufion to print 50 copies of the Secretary of State'?
l'reliiiiiiiary Report on the Census, for each member of
<b*?j Asjcmbly, several Demooratio solons from your
? :i!? n; [?oacd it and recapitulated the State calm?
the last campaign al out Secretary Depew
vj-'-i-i,' s greater depcpulator than tb? cholera
- inhabitants of the metropolis. Some of
members said they would not send |
ii lo their constituent?-. Mr. Thom retorted I
lay moiing at an amendment that none of the reports
r?e :,t to those Ward? of New-fork where the statis
Um thoa that ??<? few of the Inhabitants can read.
Mr. Littlejohn, the Speaker pro tem., pretldea with
dearin-s? and facility, and the House shows an increased
?JisjH.?r.ion to ?otk by having an evening session to
n;*; Lt.
'i hi- I'ublio Health Committee is working indnstri
ss-ii.v otitbe proposed bill, considering it in every detail,
and tit citizens of New-York, tinder its pim ??ions,
aniy hnpe for a thorough sanitary reform.
New. Y air Is I.rgi?lalnrr.
BENATE.. Albany, Jan. 30, \i<f.
??rom
Bl Mr. WtWmWti ijlluil .'initr.'l'iiiir Hi?? nd
-viativeto proceedings for the recovery of damages
?tiMinri railroad corttorjiioLs ior accident?. LiuJ on
??ii- tal le.
I s I'HLMititiM presented the Anrm.l Ileport of the
I- stsss ? t the Aitor Library, ?ule-h ?a? orilrrcd to
B ? pi.ntei.
BtLIJt NOTICIO).
]?y Mr. ft Bal* ? lo give the nwrer? or letteei of
,1-rt. ?l.arves and slips in New Vi rk more exclusive
?SS ST the satae. when ? -iipagcd i.i the tr.uisi>ortatn,ii of
tan and fr?;gbt for the re-rularly established
lie
B-. llr. C. G. Cok.nkli.?To ?mend tit? act relative
to t:.i croton ?rjueilnct so lar s ?in. .? um relatas le the
*?:??ii of thn Eighth ave.
B* Mr Li sr?Tonmecd tlir rliatter of tlie Atlantic
?na? m g? Bank.
A1?,- to chang? the route of Ihc Jiroadwriy and
?ftcr.M'i Avenue itailroad.
bill? iNTEonrcr.!?.
* Bj Mi. E. CoRKei,ir-To ?mend tho Charter of the
?jleani AgricuHurai Company.
? l.v Mr. M'1H1.KLAM??To incorporate the Manor
XI n ? Hotel Coiupas.y <>f Westelies:? r ai:d Mew-York.
i lui* p \gsni.
To amend tbe sot relaiive to contracts 1?> the Mnyor,
A Ji-!!i,eD andl'immot??ty of tas City of New-York.
Jl_j?iit?pi! to Ide people st the next election the qiien
.n of a Lew (institution.
MjWias appropri.ition for the pnyiaent of the printi
j. ind iucroel of the Cnn?l debt.
THK WPAm HI Ii: 1 .
Tie?. New-York Health BUI wus t ken n\ tor cousid
????'ion.
Mr ABIUKSTB moved lo nTer,<T by vesting In the
? * i of New- Vork fall power in regard to lue i n?p?o
* ti? n of ?eight? and inessurt-H. which viss adopted.
Ml Irt'W iiiovtil lu amend by ?guiding tlial tiers
abell lu- appointed by the Senate, on the nominstion of
.veri.oi, IT? i'iiiiiiLi?r..oiii'r?, three of whom shall
. n lana ? bo t'l.eit" r ? ?til t. ?? Bsattk Otk ? i at
j I -t of Ni v.-York ?nd Hie I'retident of the lWmril
.. MUlBPBlilBB ?'iiiniiiiKsiotiors, ttiall constitute the
oi S.iuitniy (.ii!i,:n:s?i.iii(rs. Mr. Low
teal while he wa? BMBl t*Vmtat*J in faTor
11- ?itnlillihmeiit of a Suiiiiary Committion
- Metioix.lit.iu DMr.it. yet this bill (jon
?iroision? vrliii-h he ?w?l..il lo see amended.
ii., iineiidment, if adopted, annul make the bill ?ub
? ..i i iv tl.t same a? tlie Health bil! ?rate! passed the
last ?tar, and which ?-.,i? d' fe ii' 'I in the lions?.
. ? BO BseSSSttt for p ittirur tlie four Police Com?
er? lu the bill. They ?ould lie out of place
m aUeplaoa. Vol itlsssid Isa? thoBoUee arate
?? the law, anl, thereto-,., ongbt to hive the
ri n:.ncement of the liepartmeut. 'lins be tlionght no
int. for tbe poliv ore b .iii.?l to tur.-uti- ti.elaw,
! . ",i i l!,e I'"",.',- t'i n .-lillie?? nre ii nile Sanitary
t -M.-iiotier? or imt: ?n't he taller? d tiny would exe
? it? .lie law jiwt a? iiiithliilly und eli.. i.'Mly. But still, |
-,, ? .it ti?? aigu-neiit. he ha?, bo 'i'i'ie,l his amend-1
n,- ' as to tusk? the President nf the Police lto.tr?! n ?
tu. 1,'nr of lilli Coniiniiwi.iii. Thi?. he Mihmitted, Bat
test ?tier? ?TI li of the ni/u-'i. :if, ned i.otbinj inoro !
???i .?*> o?kcd la rea?'?n. Ho did not prcminiel
II Wa? pro(M,|t?d "J I'Ut the Police? Cuni-1
o.. slat ei for un ornan, il, ni.d yet he could not
p any other BSCSStrty for It, It inuv be ?uid I
-.-.ii-le.-d It ii?? been ? nil- thal tas .i'ij.-e' Is t" Veep the
Bonni equally divided t?et?-.a? ib?twu politic?]parties
.?.u? Comminion eonsiatitif; of two Punocrat? !
? -. ' mo meoibcrs of tie I'nmn pirtv, und the ide?!
bslng tast tasas fear ahysielaBS are to be of like ;m*i
I ? S pin -I? li is it i!, Be, ' 'ii ioi.K ?vii! it i ? ? I A'
l'.,rt.liit??l.jn?*r I? to t>< ??!?? >ta*l bj IBS I.? g^'aturil1
-. banal this Wittel ia pieos at sir. lii-Mnn-n, I
Ib bj ?ni he Aatstad wild hi i ii tJaraoorat wt.u.l bo I
m the plnce. It'.it, be t'int as It may, he was ou |
.. say attempt to -' ?tul . ut the tia'iieciiui in this .
v?i. B**baBatsi??i such s aivi?i??Bl Botts? DeBM
ST th- Pv't'iM'? tie i??rt;, hi IBs; propose to
| ii?'lu tilt? US to the Inner ?b4, Irvme It us you uley, j
i w .li op|Mi?e li nu tue? glouild lll.lt it 1? U tsUlpe.
i ? , -! . "..-? S , '? .: ?
? :!! BM? ?- it l?iil?t.il?l? tot'?eTi. Nu p.n-wl ,-an BS BBBBBx?
,[ ii. thi? way. i eil ii- tali? the ( oniiinsstou and
tal Ile! fcpoBtlbilily. i I ? I? a . n:?. ??.retbey in
-i ir plnee... woi'.'d offer us no d'..n>;,in. They ask
m~- I? Bat o' t". ?m' ""' should no? ni.er it. Whether It
?x ill- io (rood ni but], \\\ ,,i ua ?jill rcrt tit- HtlrS
ri ,?|?n?ii'iiitv Apiin tob seel te asks au ?.?nal di
?? uow, but make no aast pn.ii.mni lor the future,
1 a., u ai.? fri'Ui on? ui ? i >. uiuiiMonei-? will bare tri
g_ ?>e appniiiled, und nhut ;? '?truitee have we thal Die
^. un i?.,?eel dividing Une ?a,HI be mstntiiined I As tai
. me I oi!iu?i??ii?ner'. ni Hie lull, tenas SBMSai
c Why ?'ould v.? ?ay Hi?! the fuar gentle men tierein
nemiil a.e the only four m the Hiatrlct ('?itripe'.rnt to!
' ui! the piscos???r ioo?t oouip-teni : Wb?tc?a?Ju?tiliei
S? iii Ibit sssum; lion' How can v.. Ja.l^-e ut tl.eir ex
?H-i.ti.e abilities? Much nore ii needed of idem Inside
mi d.i al knowledge. We want energy and siosBtlv?!
abilit?. and, ?o far as he was ooncenied. Le wan'cl the '
Uil*.T' it shools of mrtdicttie repreeented. at leant, I
it ? should be miuired tl.at lbs iour ?;otnmi??kin
Why ?Li,ula they im
-i? ?hall be phyMcta?.?. ? hy aLoulcl tbey Um
t..rg to tb? old ?chool cxclusin-Ij ! It would be
lUutret Uk? sslabllihiag a State religion. It _
ss d thst if wa sots toore than ?rrre school repre.
s nted ?i?p?tesand ?r^afasiou woola ?risa Welt so
-Li .lissai*????*??? spring ?|> if '?n'.T one ?v-lruol be rep
4 resented aad iicuos it vu? t?st he w?s oppoeed to
bsving It ?^itiiT?os?Hl entirely of pryticlsn?. Twophyii
eiaus with the britltli offlcsr will be all that is neoe??sry.
Tl.er csn Bfford nil tt? retiujslt'* mcdiosi liiiorraation.
?nil the others for wht>sa his s-_?n?line?t proTidsi will
tufl'lv the esergv snd efflcieney to ?*t?blb.b the rule?
aud -fegTilation? that stay b? aJArptad .Neste Uies? Ion?
phr.iciBOi. and who believe that thev will ?tecute the
??in r?rr?oa1 Kobody bat the Superintendent and;
hl.akiaaatir . i aaea>clat?s will luve !*? do il. |
Mr AM.kt.ws ?aid be felt ?omewb?t tn-rpleted by the
artrument of the ^nswfirvr- the NIbiK . -ttr. Low), be
otuie of the utter tmpra.iMHiy to take it np for casld
? .rsiiim and ispIt. ead follow li any direst way. II is a
Jon ot *' You'tt be hasgad if you don t nAsm'ii\ht
h?Il^edifToudo?*BJf????, HowsTsr, ss it U a sort
- af aer^nt?ne srgumeat. perhapi it will be beal to taks
U briraanTfollowiVto the ??ead. The ?tettsr
?hlecu to tb? ComiiiJs?ioti?r? being named in the bill on
the 1,'iMund that we cannot judge ?afely of the abUlty
ard ^ualificati?ms of the BBSjtJasBS-_BBB-S?V an?_*Bssjsis
he tient their ?ppomtmeat by lbs <*."*"? ?**\?.
revertet the thet'iy that " there it wit^doin in tb? iiejoa
? o??t '? .iW.er.nce has been ?ade t? this J?ktiW
[of com roll? ion i. and be had no objection to ?ti
| brief coatideratioo on the present occasion, al
i though it ia a tomewhat dell-ate labject. and
e?,eci_ly delicate for tha -iijority heie to handle
It ii a ayitetn tbat hat it? evils ii well m it? ad
vintage?, ind which bat In the main, ne believed
I been pot npon tbe cities from ?tieer neeeealty. Bat,
nevert'utlf?? it i? unendurable, that It ii an indirect
wey of ?voiding tbe Constitution?it ia a way of doing
that indirectly which yon mav not do direct'y- True,
we haie been tporred on to its adoption by the mutt
urgent neceaiity. for the ?ake of public order and the
t-.-t nilli of life and property. But in hit lurigtarnt the
power thii assured ?anuid not be eierclied in tbe mere
?pint of paniiarthip or it the bebest of politic??ni for
the furtherance of selfish and political cod?, and be
could tell the Senate that lu the City of New-York the
! people, re/artlle*? of party, do not lo k with favor npon
that policy which would itram tblt tystem beyond the
! limit? of prudence end actual neoeaiitv I? there
necesiiiy for it here, or tbould we forget party
lin the higher duty that the matt? r involiea.
?and that a? owe to'all the people! Were tome
1 Senator? tround thi? bond filling the ?eat?
nu? oecnpied by th? Senator? representing New York,
-hat would be th? tone of their argument opon the
?mrnJmeiitof the Senator from the "Ninth* "Would it
be one of lsndation or protfHt * Let It ?pply to them
?Ive? and their constituent?. Let them luppote Uli
tvrtetn of CommUsion? applied to tliemiolve? by a
Democratic Administration?te. their own di?trict? and
te? those the*" represent, and tell how it would be ie
ceived. Do they not know that it would be received
with an almost universal howl of opposition; and how
erin we applv it in such a ct_?e a? thi? to any tection of
theStatc. Where is the Jiutiflcatlcn font? He (Mr.
A.) Mini the Senate that we cannot afford (and he
nowjapokt?i a parry man) togo too fur in tbe direction
indicated )>y tbe Senator from the Ninth. Our friend?
in New-York?the whole peo* le of the Me?
tropolitan District?ask for a reform in the
Sanitary regulations of th? city, and tl.ey
know from sad experience that to ?ecure toe
reform needed, tbe management of tbe Department
tniat be diverted of all political ?uiroumJingt mel con
i:i' l?-rat lons. They know thal the mere change of man?
agement from the handi of one let of puliticiani, will
not give them tint reform : and hence ii it that Ihey
expies? the hope that no feature of the bill will be
altered npon the mott mature deliberation. We pto
pose to pass a bill inveating a Board with extraordinary
powers, and it it? our duty to lee that those power? are
????ted in hand? enjoying the entire confidence of the
community. 'Ibis result can b? seiured in no other
way with so much certainly at by naming the men who
are to carry the l?w into effect ii the act itseir. This
insure? us the serenity and coiiiiurstiou at the House of
Aitembly, and leave?, to the Governor the revi?iotiary
power placed in hi? lands bv de f ?institution, anel he
msy veto the bill, if in any respect it fail? to meet hi?
approval. Thus each branch of the Government
paititipati-s In the act, ?ud k1,are.? the respon?
sibility. Tho men named in this bill have made
Sanitary ?et vice a ipecial study, not only abatractlv
but relatively, to the cc.idition ?ud wants'of the Dis?
trict They are ready to day to apply that knowledge
to tbe circumstances developed in the District and
thus initiate the needed reform?. Tie Senator say? he
want? the ?'ommi??iouer? appointed by the Governor
and Senate; bat is the Senate praetleallv bute Regi?
ter of the Epf-olntee? of the Executive? lu support of
thi? view Mr. A. referred at some length to the case of
the Fire Commissioner! appointed lum Winter. That
bill provided for the appointment of four C'ommi.-sinn?
ers, and he (Mr. A.) hud advocated the pas.sugo of the
bill npon the groundthat it was to be non-partisan, yet
three of tbe four were elet-tetl from one party.
The above is a mere outline of the remarks of
Met-?r?. Low and Andrew?.
'Ihn voto wat then taken and the amendment re?
jected, ti to It
Mr. White then took the floor in support of the bill,
and la adiocacy of a non-piriiian Commis?inri, quoting
H-gely from the re|iort of the Committee appointed at
the last icssion to investigate into the affair? and man
ngi-ment of the several a partment? of the New-Yerk
?it? Government, to ?bow that the present lauitary
regulations an? wholly i?ude-inste, and that their ex
tiimrd.msiy inefficiency an. almost total worthlesanesa
is directly attributabloto the fact that they are in the
nanda of pi liticinn?, and ore managed almost exclusively
for political endi.
l*i mima his remark!, proirresi wat reported, and the
Senate took a recess ti'.l 7 p, m.
EVENING SESSION.
TI.?- S?cate met at 7 p. m.. and leaumed consid?r?t loo
of tho Metropolitan Health Bill. Mr. White er-aetatM
hi. ari:u!nent in farm of the bill. Ho had ihowu that
the present Health Department is entirely unwoiihy
the city ; that the ivstem ii faulty In every reapee t IM
totally unlike that of my other metropolis in tbe world;
and be had shown that this deplorable condition of
things is directly attributable to the fact that it is reallv
it ? i?.t peilitie ?I machine. He did not behove that much
if any unpiovement would be teenred by merely ah?BK*
lag ti.? power from one ?et of tiolitician? to another ret.
und he ivsrned th? Senate again't being led into any
?uch en or. It may tie that we ?hull eicape the peet!
hi ' ? ti r*.t;is p; illeing towsrd us from the F.nl. but
ii ii.- ,[n i' i re is itill uigent neceaiity for the mea?tire.
??Bal ?pot fin the infectious fevers are always more or
leas pr v.tl-i.t in th? city, and it behoove?, n? todo all In
our pon i r and as laeat?rf na mas be, lo guard against
their rn rn hatea!, and relieve the tlty of tneir
pre i :a *. if -Ht??iliie. Vnder the pr?tent manage?
ment. ta'*c dlanaaai?, ni well ?i the cholera, are in
riled, _?tea?, e f I? tina iitynbatad. He again pre?ie.sieil
.igaimt ma ki. g thevuoab inn pirtmn. It wai
th? remark of the ?lieu liest poliliclam he had
over known, that all the patts patronage the Re
public.in p.niy ever nc'iiiroil in Ne?-York wai
a curse lo it rother than a 1 em fit. lhere i? Bel-lag to
b? gained, but everything to be lo?! to the majority
here- if we adopt the principio ?if the Senator from the
Ninth, and mik.* this I?, ?iii fmc tit a mere political ma?
chine. He liiicciclv hoped the Senate would avoid the
great blunder-, for he felt sure that if it wat adopted it
wnul'l pinte fatal to fie objecta oftbe measure.
Mr. O'DONNELL laid he would vote for th" bill in
rie* of the pi teal!? ?eeeatitv that existed for it*
piling?. aJtlioiigh he jtefoired that UM Goicimir
?houlil appoint the Commissioner?. Al* to not: |.?rti??n
lioaids, the liirtury of the New-York Bourd of Super
visors taught him to repo.-e but little confidence in
theie. , . _,
Mr II"Tr moved to ?trike out the jiarup? of Dr?.
WiKil ami Mn-oii, uud inser? the name? of Mayors
Hollinan ?ml Booth.
Mr. nilton c?ree?tly oppose,] the motioi layinn he
cou;?! conceive of no mirttv? I : it unie*, mi-da in a dis
Position t ? triiliuater th? I lil Ile wai impawoi to Com
inl??iors. 1 lit v per'iMi!. .it 'ti I -tiara? Il r nf M.-ilanco
commnt*?.*. and could onlv be Justified in case? of
extraordinary - terrvney, u in titi? laataaMi
an.1 1>* MtalttM tii.it thi. ?,. mule the
rotire in-i-MaK? because it wa? prapaaai to
tisaextati? it with a Cammiaalmi ti li alre.ulv ex
Mod and ?iii'.h ba4 -o pi.lied ita ?'?lae lei the ata?
iiiuiii ? ns m h ,\e 111 oil down vet y much or the i.ppn-i
tam mt', wini ii it wat nu! al th'' "iiset. He wa? de?
cidedly oppoted togiving Ibt Ctinitni?-.:.iii a partisan
cilor. MMMBIt would lie impolitic, uii-iiso, ard ?li?
??trouti. lie tempi met ted highl.? .Mayor? HolTiimti
?ndJ'.iHitli, bat ?mil i h. y k ould be eiitin-.v e-ut of pla,e'
n? atwlltli afaaeh i commission.
Mr. 1.1* i ?.PpaMi iho maentmeat,?ai I', wa*
lo.-t.
MT H., C. Mi I'l'HY moved to amend, by proi'iling
t'.u at a tpaolal tleetiM to be bold wlUila t t.irtv dav ?
afiei the pt nie el the act, there tbaU be alertad op
tbe c1, .riir. nf i he Mi-tnptititan Dictriet, live Com
inIttioMr?. tolioluo!1let for ive jaar*. Hwaslest.
Mi. iii KI liv iametl !? . niernl by providing that the
? '.iiiuiii-* i-i'.i m?1 .iii he eppoiaeed, thro? by th? bwpm
rttattotKaw'Tet- aarl two byti.e supeivl-.oi? of
Brooklyn. Jtwuslo-t.
Att.-i ,-.n... >rutlon of other Broendmenfa propre??
wa? re| ni ted ?ml th?* lull was made tbe *?*rc..tl oid-T
tor i, imiii.iw iiiiiiiiiiu.
ti., tv -if.uu of Mr. 4MIII tia Seaatt adjourned.
ASSEMBLY.
I he *-i i Ki I presorted the Report of the Trustees
of the .Vii \ o: * Itliiannry; nl?o tho re?i*iiii*;i' of the
Auditor tit I'e Canal Department relative to ?.mounts
paid to canal contractors ; also the report ot the Com
miit'iolier? et I'lleit.?.
The re ..ililli n to print fifty copie? of the preliminary
repe.rt of the Se.-retinv of State ou the I'ensus for each
mc?bor, etmoat anti repniler, wa? a?lopted,
1! e A-'Cu.t'!y then tuoka rec?is ULtll 7 o'clock this
evening.
?VU-ffl SB.--MO.S-.
The H.iu.-c w..? ti.. -.pied in consideration of general
order?.
1 h f,illo*ving bills wer? ordered to third reading
To union 1 tot ?ci for the Incorporation of Otean
St anaMa Cotapaaleai to enfotce the _abtlltv of re
iciv.rtot Insel?"! t cori-oratloni or Joint ?t??ek ??so
?intitiin lor banking purpose?; lo amend the charter of
the O'denabnrgh and LakeCnamplain Rulroad Cjm
pany. Adjourneu.
Real -state at Auction?Large Prices
OBTatl.Ni p ?James M. Miller A. Co.. aootionecrs. of
*tto. *.v" PIne-tt., told, undei tb? dlrtctiont of tbe execn
ton of tbe estate of Petor Yredenburgli,deAe?a?e_, the foi
lowiog property to the highest bidder, at Xo. 11) Broad.
way. yetterday noon ; The five-ttory haute, with lot tnd
ttore. No. 901 Broadway, between Fulton and Dey tit.?
lie. 'J0.4X 100. TTiii building vu ?old ?ubject to a laue
a xpiring May 1, iff*, ?ad wat taught for iel,000. The
hou?? and lot No. 206 Sprlng-?t . between Sullivan and
Clark i ?lie. ??aktt? bonght tor tll),**O0. lloma and
lot No. 6 Jo-e?.?t. betweea Bleeeker and Foorth - lite
J?xioo, a wooden building : boogbt for ?ll.tvx). hou*e
?ad lot Ne. 11 C_raine?..- -, ?iam. Hixiori. bought for
tll).ar?P. A large number of pertorn attended tie ?ale.
and many of them were bidding very eamettly for tbe
property. Several re?l-ettaW aerchanu who were
pr?tent pronounced tb? pricet which the tai t reallresd
to b? vary high, ?ad ahead ol any other tal? held ibu
?eaton. Miller A Co. will ?eil at ?action, on Tut??tv
next, at the taine place. ? bona? ?ad lot on Miduon
ave., ?nd hve houae? on Fifth it The tale will com?
mence at 11 m.
By Wm. Kenneily Lot nott--**?. Fiflv Bfth ?t ?nd
lot ?oatb-??at aFlfty-alxth-iL. iXitaat ami Kigktb-av?..
g~ ?>?!;> hont? ind lot No HI StvtDU-it. gi.i-ov.
TERRIBLE CATASTROPHES I
Explosion of Steamers on the Mis
ssissippi aad Ohio.
Over Two niindred Lives
Reported Lost.
MiMTHis. Tuesday, Jso. 30, ?pii?.
It is just reported here that the steamer Miami
blew up and burned on Sunday last, six miles abovs the
mouth of the Arkansas Hiver. One hundred i.nd thirty
live? were lost.
? m
Eapleaien an ?he **Ileaanrl.
C*5fiX5ATL Tuesday, Jan, 30, ia66.
The steamer Missouri exploded her boilers at
2 o'clock this morning st the mouth of the Green Elver.
Tbe wreck Hosted down and sunk a mile and a half
above- Evantvllle, Indiana Her officers and crew
numbered sbout 100. A report from Newburgsays
only -JO survivors were taken off, Including the wounded.
BTiCOND DISPATCH.
Etak?ville. Ind., Tueiday, Jan. 30. lr?6r*,
1 rom s gentleman from Xewburg. Ind.. we learn that
the steamer Missouri exploded at about 2 o'clock this
moming, opposite Robertson's Saw-mill, btlf a mile
below the mouth of Green Rirer. The explosion was
distinctly heard all over the city, sod st Newburg.
The steamer Dictator tu near the Missouri st the
time of tie explosion, and running alongside took off
the survlrors.
The Dictator touched at Newbnrg and took on board
Dru. W. and Robert ?Slaughter, but left no list of the
lo?! or ssved, and gaTe but few particulars. The wreck
i ? lu poiteislon of the Evantvllle and Cairo Packet
Company.
from a gentleman who got off the boat here last
right, we learn that there were but five or six ladlet on
board, ne toys there were a good many gentlemen on
(?'?ard, but does not know how many.
The safe and some of the books were brought to this
city this morning. The cabin reg iter bat not been
fonnd. Tbe port list thowt that tue passengers and
crew numbered about 100.
A report from Xewburg says about twentv survivors
wer? taken off, including tho wounded. Capt. Hurd
and hit two Bon? were on board.
GEORGIA.
Iler?f bel Y. John?on Elected I mit il Slates
Benaiar.
MiLLEirT.i VTLI.E, Ga.. Tuesday, Jan. 30. )?6(*.
In the Legislature to-day, on the first ballot
for Senator, A. H. Stephens received IM and Mr. Hill
3? votes: scattering 1.
Mr. Stephens did cot consent to the use of his name,
and on tie sixth ballot Herschel Y. Johnson was
elected, receiving Ml votes.
Ile.inn lion ef n Georgia Jail ay Fire?
Thirteen Prisoners Burned ta Drain.
ClNCDiiNATi, Tuesday. Jan. 30. lsti?!.
A special dispatch to The ?Inquirer gays that
the I iii and city guard-home at Marietta, Ga., were re?
cently deal roy ed by fire, and that 13 prisoners were
burned to death.
Frena Caaada?An t'orly ftt-ssleu af Par?
liament Anticipated Judge Courin!.
Ottawa, C. WV., Tuesday. Jan. 30, leM.
Lord Monck is exported to arrive in Canada
abort ly, when, it i? reported, sn early aeaalon of Parliu
iu.-i.t will he called.
Judge ( 'nunn! i? to be reinstated.
aiATArvA.
Laien IVrws frans Jnnialt-a?Arrlvnl mt the
?few Gsvrrssr.
H ivan*. Thunday. Jan. t% MM
Since mv la-t. atimiuneini* the visit and ?le
partureof the lion. William H. Seward and party on
the He Sito, little at tirgtataan has transpired. On
Ihe 17th the steu'oer Caral ilia arrived st lantisgo de
Cuba trom Kingston, Jamaica. The n-w Governor
iirrived there on Ihe nth. and ? ui ?worn ir- at SpBunh
lo? ii. He is also President of the Committee of In
vestiration on the late rrMlion. The cirreipondent
of The I.'hlo ? Tit-ira. Mr. Cliln.itl, and Mr. Gliurle. a
Scotch lawyer al counsel for Mr?. George W. Gordon.
niso arrived there on the 6th in the iteamer Tamar.
The court for the trial of prisoners ?till on hand wat to
open on Ihe M iuif. It is ?aid that there are I'M po?
litical prisoner? to lie tried.
Mrs. II. C. Watson's Kkcuatioxs.?Mra.
Henry ?'. Watson will glio her second recitation,
with vocal illustralions. at Dodworth Hall this even?
ing. These recitations sr? very popular in their
character, the Tocal iUnstrstions lighting up the
literary portion Host pk3?a*it!y. TLeie recitation.?
should attract a large and Int-lligent audience.
-a? ???
Tur States op the Union?Area, popula?
tion, capitals. Governors, lime of ?netting of Legisla?
tures, time of State Elections. Ac, Ac. See Tue
T**IWIa~ Almanac for IK?.
Sales of Real Estate, ?lau. 30?By Muller,
Wilkins A Co. : Ilouse and lot So. l8 Monroe-st., 23x30.
?3.150; house stid lot So. 11 Hamilton st., 25xf*9. ?1.575;
house and lot?.'o. lil Ilaniilton-ft.. U0xr.fi, #4,5-jO? house
and lot So. 19 Hamilton st.. VttM, t.'l,bO0; home ond
leato of lot Nu. IT Hamilton ?t.. iibx?l; t'2,'200. honte
and lot Is u. TOA WbsbIbs li.. 28x71. t'.i.ilb; bulldhgi
and lea;'.? ol'lots B?a 3.7 and 37'j Greenwich-it 50x100,
H*>30a
m
Aiiiitieniriil? Hil? I!,ming.
WALLA? K I THKATKR-Th? Iriih llRiatss.
OLYMPIC THF tTER?Losoos Aturas-rea,
Milln? GARDEN?Miss Batima.v is "Leah. -
WINTER OARIIKN?BujasxistJ?Mtlltiee it t o*e1i??k
J-h'ais Booth is liri Ulai?ttAWt Hsabt Nutt
WSSJ Kai? l.?m
I.ICY ftt-HTONS NEW-YORK THEATER-Tbe
I i.aie Doai.vo?" Hrrwira von ass mi abo tbb
PoiT. '
BROADWAY THEATER-Job? E. Owsnt SJ "Polos
tittaam.'
WOODS THEATER?-Mo?s--Tas Moobi or a Wits
?Mitinee at li o'clock.
BARN! MS Ml SKI'.M-Flsbib; Oa Tbb Wasloc? o?
tb? ?.li-.*??Tarvs?traioirntt, te?Afternoon iud
Kvtniuf.
wr.HLl-. MATINP.F-Xt Wallack*! TastTsa-Mll?.
Ajo.lt, Mr.ir? I*, el, i. ilotln.iii. I i.i.pbeli u,d llietrich.
PRO'.R? '.tatt y -(n IABLE-AT Ebbitti Hall. No. bi
TteA Thin j Ihlstlsl
FOXS OLP BOWE HY THEATFR-Castus or To?
n>?a I ? ?? Toe I ii hi obi?Iobs.it or B'.M.r Ob.
Thb MS or .Mo.vtabois.
NEW-YORK riKrCS? Utb er-FurtrraiAS Asn Gtb
xastic Iib? ibba.vi r.i?i ???? Hosi?tos. tbb Hau.
bice Biiikb? Madam? Lons? TorsrtAisa?Leti J
Nobth? Thb Halt is thb DxirsT?cobbles ash
Tailob?Mati.via it I? o'clock,
BRYANTS MISSTRELS-Tbats Mt Su-raa-Ln-rLB
Mac ai Jocko, tbb Mobeet?L'ieb Cr, oa tbb ilor
or Faiuio.t.
OEOROF. CHRISTY 8 FIFTH AVF.NI'E OPERA HOl'SF.
I'orai.a Hmddbb Koon?Oaoaea lliiini ?a Dctan
asa ?wirti-- S ?w .?.??i.?
SO M KUI I U.V. ART OALLERY-No StS Bboabwat
Tree KxJi.Mliot? of Modern ?Jil Patu'lnt?.
I Adrenurmeat? |
JeTFRMS Gold. Silver and Whit? Satin full
drei? Boots ?nd Suites*. Also, a new style or Ladies
Welkin?: Boots. Allai low priora Jettes?, 573B wsy.
Special Sotics.? Last day for receivinjj
Pupils st half prices st ? '.o? retarri* ? Cokmi sn ai. Iii
STTTVTE. No. 1M Broadway, l'eamanihli.. Book-keep?
ing and Builneet Affairs. Tb? fall price? will be re
sumed snd regulsr tera commenced Feb. 1. Open
tnis evening, until -* o'clock.
TiTPAWT A Co. oller $3.000 reward for the
recovery or Jewelry, which the lu hula? Alaem Tel?
eaAi-ii properly applied lo the bou?? would bete ??ved
frost bein? ?**>?*?.. ?? SoutU ???? ?'?** 8re?dwaT.
A Carp.
For the purpose of more folly .uppl/ing the
wanta of th? ?public, and ia ord?r to prevent antcrupa
loat dealer? from palming off inferior and worthlett
toodi u the Morn? Gold Pan. I thall hereafter
?LU. KO COOM AT WboL?ItLB excepting only to daly
Appointed and Authorized Agenta, to whom ? Certifi?
cate of inch Agency win be given, and who ?lone ahall
be able to aell the Morton Put in that city or village.
To my Agenti I ihall give a liber- dlioount npon
their agreeing toinpply the public at try pabUthed tnd
well known prlcei.
Jeweler? or Stationen will, in all ctaet, be preftrrcd
u Agen ta.
Condition! and Term? for Agency will be ttated upon
application, by letter or otherwise.
Where no Agency li ettablithed. those withing the
Moiton Pen mutt tend to my nore, where prompt
attention will be given to their order?.
A Circular, with fac timile Engraving? of ?11 Sites
and Prlcei, will be tent to any ose on receipt of letter
pottage.
Addreti A. Moiton, No. 23 Maiden-lane, New-York.
Dated New-York, Nov. 1, 18t?"?.
30.000 Elegant Bricks are made daily by the
National Brice Mac-hive, which!? the wonder of the
age. AiiKAM Vr.'ii a, General Agent, No. 130 Broad?
way, New-York.
Uiiemcss ?oticcB.
Do not let your prejudice stand between yemr j
?uff-iit.? child in J th? relief that will be ibtolutely ?ure to |
follow the nie of Mt?. Wi-iilow'i SooTBixa Sracc. It cor?
rect! ?eldity of the ?ton.?cb, reiies-ei wiud colic, rejuUtei the |
howell, tofteoi the g uni, flvei reit to the moth? tnd health ]
to the child. Thirty five reata i bottle. Uffic??, No. tt Dey
it., New York, ind N?. 703 High Holborn, London, England.
Tai lUtflJ ok IlcaxKTT's Stai?dabd Prep
ABATIOXI.?For more than elajht year? the?? Preparation?
have i_?int?tned t Itrge tal coaltarlily incrsaatng ?al?, ?u?- |
taioln? th? opinion oftbe bett j i-t^.-a that they ?ra unrivaled.
BtlUlBTT'l Obibstai. Tooti? Was? Ii a preurter of th?
terth ?ni bria'..hi? iliem icttAout in;.?\ to tb? ena?leL In
thii reipect it itinJt alose. The ?vu? nee of Cbemlita and of
the Dental Faculty tubi'uitlatei thete fact?.
Por tale by ?11 Drurrt.tt._
Tbi? tlimute bau no blOMMM imbued with a
?cent it eiqal-ite ?t thtt exhaled by 1'hxlo? I Niobt ti loo*
ISO CiBin. lo the tropical valet of tb? A'idei grow tb?
flow?n from which It d. rive? Ita n?me. and the fragrance
which they poor out upxin lb? moonlight air dwella unim?
paired ?i every drop ef tbit rare ??tract.?[Oil City Moni'or
MCCH SlC-NI^S WITH CHILDREN, Uti Well
at adult!, attributed to other cautei, li occaiioned by worral.
11 aovr s i YiBBircei Coarin un effectual iu dettroylui
worrmi, ?ad eau do no potiibl? injury to the mott delicate
child.
It id well to get clear of a cold the finit week,
but it i< much better and ?afer to rid yourielf of it tho fint HI
hour??the proper remedy for the purpoM bein| tin. Jaisi'i
ExriCToaxKT. Sold by ?11 Ura-.-i.ti.
Important Notice.
The Pai:i8 Cmveesal Expositto.*?- or 18*37.
NawVoBX, January 22, 1-66.
A further extention of tim? for preaentiiig application? for
space, tt the (hove mu t-d exhibition, until tbe lit of ?March
next, bnviii? beeu ?runit-d, it it deiirible, witb ? vi*w to ?
weil ititi ted rt-pre,?eDtatkn of Ibe ii.ecliaiii-al invention! of
th? I tailed Statr?, that the number of appin itioru ihould be
?a lar je aa pa...bit., ai d all En-ineiri, Minors, Uwueriof
Mine?, Atricfltiiral ind Mineral Producen, Inventan and
Ag.-t.t?, or Ax'.'i.eet of Inventors, ara therefore raapectfully
urged ta forward to tin? Ageacy (heir nanitt? and reaidences,
and tboae of all otuer paitU-a known to thom to be lnt.-reited
la, or having conti ol o', uteful invention?, lu order ttiat forma
of application ?liould be ?ent to them.
All al plication? ?hould be made upon th? proper blank
lorrn?, whli-a ?*??? ra?ui?t??a a.a?,,li.u?i? i<? en? unu.-i?itued,
and ihould be tent to liai office before the l.t of March next,
but ptrtiet wlo?e application! abell be accepted, will bare
until the lit of D? ia labi-r for the delivery of ?hair article? at
New York.
Fo',1 printed information, rlrcuhri ?nd document?, will be
tarni ti..-ti. by tb? underiirned. to til putiei ipplying therefor,
either petiona'ly or by letter. J C. Hikbt,
I. ?. Aoint Tabu Cbtvbbsal FsrosiTio-t,
Ne. S Spruce it. (Tribune Bui'diogi), tnd No. sV) I'trk low,
Time. Huildin.), New York.
Gray Hair Restuke? *\Vithoi t Dyeino.
laOtipoM Ima Color Hkitorsi.
I ..si ?-? Life, Han I o lob ItstTOB-a.
I.iis. n ? IIAIB ' OLOB I?_-Ti.ltKit.
I,asia.s C.IiWtl, lUlB COLO? KbiTOBBS.
I,a?Las II IIB C OLOB Kkitobbb
I.i.si,,,? ?nd IUib Colob Ka?ro?"B.
I.osiio?! Haib Colob Kutobbh.
Lo?iiov Hi arty I' ?ni C olob l:?.*r am
Apiti! b"-. ill calarim qtialitiei, it I? a de.?_iitl'ii! drei-inr,
pertrctlv i i-n ). and fra-rau'lv perfumed. Ihei not blain
the (Ma ii 1urtiile or Sol Anything.
Maa** b"*"*>, .*M- ; Six botil.-i, *?. Sold by Db. SwiTMB
li SOS, K? iJO Naru. Sixth it-, Philadelphia i Hklbboip, HU,
M4 ?totdwty , M nu h Co.. N... 11- Friiikiio-tt., Habbii
k Co., No. II Pirk-row, New-York.
Schilbkro's (?ERMAN Ointment?Warrant ed
a certain rae. wi'lfut Hie aii^lile.t danj-r ?M Pilet. old
"voui.d. .-. tofula. Salt Rl.enm. all Bon? and Skin Diteaae?,
_c. >?r ??e a? 'J'! lio??ry, ai.d by all *.r?i?ipal Druggut
Jamks's Celebrated Liniment for Rheuma
Him, "feniilg- ?nd Sc-tli-a. W?rrant?- No. 8 Attor-puv?
Marvin's New Patent Ai.ch and ?bt
Pt-JTIB III? ?UD BrBOLABSlLVRB ri_TB.kAIB?. Highly
.rnati.eatal. and warranted_ perte?Hy dry. AUo ? Urg? u
lortn.? 1it ?"" 1* 'i*' " ,rd -Merrba-it? Par?!
IUrviv f. I o M Hd-ay, ?ad Til Cbntnnt it, Phll?.
Mbtc.ilkk's Grbat Rhecmatio Remedy is
ita. nr.lv lire rur?- for Rli?umatl?m ?ter known, ?nd 1? ?? won
der'T- h? ottui? ?..?.?lU-iii U? ?tut. Sold by all Drug
g"<
BEACTIFCL I.IFE-LIKB PICT?RK3.
Or"?? *? ?arti' t ' per doten. Dupl?cale? 02. All n?|t
tive? re-ii'.- red. R. A. L?wi?, ho. lSeiChithtm-at., N. I.
The celebrated Diamond Parlor Match*?,
fnru'eitIS ?I ?nd 3S ctt. per dew-en boxei, wholetale and
r-taii Mtni.i?i:'urer.' depot tt Lodi Mmufictuii-i Co.'i offic?,
Artificial Limbs or Hcpbrior Qcalitt and
?J?n??h ii" ? Army and Navy fun?!?bad ?rall? with ?h?\be?t
lit rr!..i_i?i"n of the Surgein Cieneral if ti- Army, by E. D.
Rrnio?. M "?? A,tor riK*' Clinton Hall, N Y._
Trc**-**"*. Klabtic Stockinqs, ?Scspensory
H.aP.tiH scrroBTBB?. Itc-Miou? - Co.'? Radical tura
Ti'..irtfirt only ?I No. 1 Vneytt. Ltdy ?tteodaoU_
Tg|m, Abdomen-.Supportkrs, Shocldrr
BtaCSI MLB FLtlTICSTOs ?ISO*, K?BBC'atr??nd Asblvti
i .it. au uni ?ictrtstoRT liABOAOB?. A lady ?liendiut.
?mmum timm? IIboi.. No. Hi Broadw.y.
Tlic Lniverual Cloth?*? Wringer, with cogs,
took ?h? I"?? Pinn nu. ?ti!" F?ir oftbe American Institute.
The be?? IB?* B- C. BaOWBIBO. No. J??7 Hroadw??_
Batchklorii Hair Dye.?The best in the
world r?'t?K**. oainral. i?.i*i.l?. harail?M. and laattaat??>???
((rrt l-igcauiaeu ii<n?d W in.ua A. BaTCBB-OB.
} ?_. li ?" Drtiggi?!?. Itetory Na. ti Bin ?at ?t
IUll!" Hair Dye, 50 ct*., blaok or brown ; best
c)iet[*??t- r?ii?b!e tiri John-?!. Sold by driiggt-t? every where.
The Kllii'i ic Kew in? j Machines, which are
rapid'? rronomiiiag time, ?ad givta? naiver??) latlifactloa
-L???-r kaowa, ate f?r tau hy
"^ I. 0. ??iBDBiB k Co , No. 199 Sixth-V-.
Ord.n by null ??teitd?d ?o.
J. T. Elus, Dealer in
ivaiini h rviuom k How? S?wute Mscataa?
No. tot Bri?!way, ear. Twenty ?eco-d'it.
Hue? "*?? to r?nt ?ud kept ia arter without rh*rg*
Ko int_*rrnption on account <?f fir?., in the ?ale
of \V???L?B k V.-|l?OB? Bbwibs Macbibb? by J. T. fun,
at No. ?*-**? Broadway. Mae???? rapalre? ?b4 to lu, m oaoaL
The Florence (?old Medal Locr-Stitch
ammtru Mioti??. trlih latai-U? o?4
owlm~ No UM Broadway, "New York.
Gboyei ?ft Baker's Hiohest Premium
gurner .-vrvc? S awi.? Macar???, far lamlly an. Ho. tM
Broad ?air_
""i?trEOTB- Litres Bti-toh Mac-bines for Tailors
and Miani-cturtr?. Otaovaa k B_t_t Sbwib? Macbibb
.??raft N? ?? Broadway. _ _^^
"Hows Sbwino Machine Com?aet.?Elias
Howb J*. Pr??U?nt, No tit Broadway. Agent? wanted.
Wheeler <_ Wilsons -1?o<:k Stitch BBtriwo
Mtqai?* tad UtrrTOBaai? Macbibb. N? tK _roa4w?_
Ootna Fai-?tb foi Thimiho PTOPiR?Yeu1
sftcr yew, fot tn ?right a of t ceatary, th? Pre- of th? c?ua
try hu chronicled the beaatciai effecU of HoSTBTTsa'S
Steaur? Br?-tai. F.ditort, luthori phyiicltni. metch*Ott,
ofHceir of the Army tnd Niry, chemiiti. counielori, minlt
teri of th? Ooipel, io thort, ? free! cloud of witnetiei of
evtry prefeetion, trade and ealUng, bav? tet?ted to it. ?mctey
a t tonic tad regulating medicine. The otniet tod ttateu.eot?
of thtie wttnetKt btv? beta pubilihed In the publie print a
Many of theas tre well known to the whole public. Their
tetttlmooy bat never been challenged or Impugoed. I'pon ert
dence fir len weighty men are acquitted or condemned bj
ronaclentlout jar!??.
nosTBTTSB's Stobaob Bittess it? not, however, upon
trial It baa been tried tod pronounced ou the Authority of
thote whole live? tod health it hu preterved. a pare, barm
I..?, tnd ?Biloently ulatiry preparation. Attempt! have been
made to rival IL They btv? rilled. Can it bt i.tcet?try to
ny why ?Ley Uva filled 1 Atk tb? recovered dyapeptlci,
l.ilioui iu*fer?t?, victim! of fever tod tja?, tod oervotit lub
j?eti who hive experienced It? tffeeti, whit fAry think of It.
Aie 1 bib. tod be gufJM tolely by whit they ?ty. Sold
?verywbere.
New-York Office No. 59 Cedar St.
IIcll's Demulcent Soap
for Chipped tnd Tender Hindi tnd Nortery Ear.
A'?n. over I'll other ?yiri of Toilet Sotpe.
J C lirai. 1 80?, ii Puk-M?, N. Y, Sold everywhere.
ARTIFICIAL LiMM--B.KRA!IK.PaLMIR,LL. P.,
OivBi rat " Urn Patbet Lissi toSoldibbx? r??i 741
B WAT, N.Y. ; 101? l.BHTsrT >T I'.'il.A , II I Ititi IT lit?
?OB. CoMHItllOBID ST SI'SOEOB-OEBSBAL I.ABI?. 11, .?. A
AtARBlJED.
ABBOTT-WOOLLEY-On To??d?y. Jan. JO, at the re?!
dence of ?lie bride'! parent!, by the RrV. Theodore L. Cuy
1er, J inn?. Abbott of Springfield. Mo., lo Mary K1 nbeth A.
Weolley, diughler of T. C. Woolley, erna,., of tint city. No
sssar?
BABCOCK?OATES? lo Brooklyn on Tu?.d?y, Tin. 30. by
the Rev. J. 1. Eltetoodof F.titon. ra.. Jimet A. Bibcock of
New \ uxk, to Ida A., daughter of the Hon. Edwin (Jtiet ol'
Brooklyn.
Cilifomia and New-Hiven papen pleaie copy.
JACKSON-LEE-On Thor?Uy. Dec. It, li?, by ?he Rev.
J. Brtah, Willlim J. Jackton to Hirth M. Le, daughter ef
William Len ot New-York.
DIED.
BURNS?At Ktltmaxoo. Mich. 00 Tueidsy. Jib. II. In th?
63th year other age, Mra. Mary Buiut, foiuieily of t.,'ii?vi.
N. Y.
BATTEN-On Sundty, Jin. 2?, of diphtheria Air?n M. Bit?
ten, ??d 38 yein.
The fanertl will take piare at Eutcheiter. Wei'cheit.r
Couoty. on Wedeawdty. Hit init , tt lla.ro. Cart letv?
Twenty teventh it. depot lor Mount Vernon at 9.30 a ni.
CARNEGIE? On 8anday. Jan. 28, Mr. Oeorge Carnegie, a
1 .'.Ive of Ayr, Scotland. t(ed 66 yetta.
The tieads of th? family ara raipertfully reoneated to
attend hil funeral on W?dne?d?r, Jin. 31. ?t 1 o'clock p. m.,
froni hi? lit? reitdeoce, No 56 Weet Tbirty-eifbtb it
CROMWELL?At Monroe. Ortat? Comity. N. Y . on Third
diy morning, Suth tuet.. Ano, wife of Jimei Cromwell, ?ted
TB yean.
Funertl tt F?lenla' Meeting-Hone?. B liomin?- OrtrVe, on
Fifth dty. td month, lit. at 11 o'clock 1. in. Ctrn.gr. will
meet the Fri? Railway train, leaving New-York tt 7 o'clock
a. m.. at Turaer't.
CLARK?At Memplil. Tenn. on ft'ind.v. Jin. 21, Frederick
Harvey Cl*rk, in the Sith year of hi? tgr.
The lemtin. having been received ?he funeral tervice will SS
he'd It the reaideiiee of bia bnthar. W. S. Clt.-k. No. ltd
Ki?? F.ithleeoih it. on ll'edne.diy ?fternoou, the 31tt ?nat.,
at H o'clock The relativa? tnd friend, of the family are
reipeetfnUy Invited lo men J The loteiint-ut ?ill Uko pla;?
tt Danbury, Corni.
DODOE?Suddenly, on Mondty Jin. 29. fiom th? eifert of in
injury received whl's croaatag Broadway, John C. Dodge, in
(he 68th year of bit ait.
The relatlvea tod frlendi of th? family tr? invited to itta-ud
hlifuueral from the Church of our Siviour, Pierr-pont-it..
Brooklyn, on Wednridiy, 31?? init , ti 12 m The reuaaiin
will be taken to DodgaviUe, Mt??.. for interment.
DODOK?On Tueadty, Jw. 30, Samuel Dodg?, in the Sith
year of bli at?.
The reJitivri tod friemlt tre retpertfrjily Invited to attend hit
funeral from hi? itte naidence, No. 291 Wait Fourth it., 00
1 hundir, it 2 p 111.
ELMENDORK-In Brooklyn, on Moadiy. Jin. 19. 19/6. ?Her
a Ines tod painfal lllnr??, but In joyoui hope, tb? Rev. A.
Elni-ndorf D. D., ?ted 53 vein.
HI. relttlve. tori tri. nd?, the member. 01 the brooklyn ?Jlrnrtl
Union, Mlnltteri of the South lime? of Long Uland, ?nd
the Clergy genertlly, tre r?ipectfnl!y invited (0 tttond bli
funertl fr-m the North Reformed Dutch Church, C.ermont
?ve., on Thunda)- next, at 3 o'clock p. ni. The reuitiui
will be taken to New Brunswick, N. J., for interment.
FELS -At Htiruf. rd. Conn., on Monday, Jan. 29. after t
llngerit g illneat. Wilber B. Eli?. ?<? d 21 yearatnd 4 mool ha.
Th" reltt'vei tod frlendi of the family tr? retpectfully invited
tn tllend hit funeral from the Btptiit Chuich, Man.ford on
Wedoeidiy, Jin. 31, tt li p.m. The trilo for Siamford
leave? Twenty ?evet.tli it. ti li?- a. m.: returning, letivei
Sttmford tt :?] p. ni.
IIOK-The f.nertl of Arthur M Hoe ??-ill tnke pile? on
Th 'r.div u.' mint Feb. I. it in o'clark. ?( tho r-ifdeuc? of
hi? ftthrr. Roheit Ik No. Ill Flit BislltBtB Bl. HI?
friend?, tnd the r. lathe? ard li,en.li of the family, ate 111
vited to attend w iii.uu fuither nolle?.
HYDE?A? London (Fnglmd). on Sitnrdty, J.n fi. Thomat
Spencer Hyde, ton of the Itte BknsOS Hyde oin i? pity.
NOTr-On Moniltv. Jin. 29, ti 3 ?. ni.. Lupina!.?? Nott, Pre,!
dent of I'riion (ollrje, in h li 13d year.
Uli I .teni will tike pla?a ou Friday, Feb. I. it 2 p ni., fiorn
ti n Preil.yteriin ( hurrh In S f.-tie.-ttdv. Friend, and
graduate? art invited Is attend without further invitation.
SOUTHWORTH-KWed. at Petroleum. We.tern Virginia, nu
Monday. Jin. 29 1 "i. br the eiti'o.loo of a itetin boiler,
Henry B. "v.uthworth of l'oughke.pile, Dutehaii Couuty,
N.Y.
Fall pirtleulir. of funertl btretfter.
THORNTOS-On Monday, Jtn. 29 Albert Thornton.
The funeral will tike plire from St. Luke'. Church, (' lutoo
tve , Brooklyn, tt 2 o'clock.
Special Notices.
G read
TEMPERANCE DEMONSTRATION.
A Public Meeting to Iniogortt? the
NEW NATIONAL TEMPERANCE 80CIKTY AND
PUBLICATION HOUSE,
On THURSDAY EVENJNO, February 1.1?;.
tt the
COOPER INSTITUTE.
?t 7| o'clock.
Th? Hoo. tVlllltm E. Dodge. Preiident of th? 80. letv, will
Ereiide. tnd Bltbop Jtoet. the Rev. S. H 1 yog, D. I? , th?
lev. T. L. Cuvier, tod other?, wi.l deliver tddreatei.
JAMES B. DENN PETER 8TRYKER.
t\ . W. NEWELL. CYRUS D. FOS8,
J. N. 8TEARNS, K. ti. DOTY,
Cor.mltti.-e on Public Meeting..
Admliilon Free. _
BroaklyaF?llerBlty.-Pour L?e?ure? will b? delivered
it the ACADEMY OF MUSIC. BROOKLYN, upon NA?
TIONAL AFFAIRS, on TUESDAY EVENIMI, l*eb. 6, by
CARL SCHURZ? V*b. 13, by WENDELL PHILLIPS, Feb.
20. by HENRY WARD BEECHER; Feb. ti. try WM
LLOYD OARRISON. Ticket? for the Court?, ti 60; ?ingle
tdu.iiiii.n. 5". etta. For aale it Dyti A Co.'t, No. lui lui
ton-it-, Brooklyn._
Union ?Ueaeral I'esaadltee.?A Regalar Meeting of
th!? Committee will be brid ?t Headquarter?, cor. Biotdwiy
tnd Twen'y third it., on THURSDAY EIKNINO, Feb. I,
18t*6 at 7| 0 clock. THOMAS MURPHY, l'r-.iJ-m.
HsxaT H HcEl.T. lSecrctwie,.
? ?at H. Hall. 1 _
('keadstry, >ll??*raln*Y and M?ala?;.?Sertloo of
the ?? A.aocUtion lor the Adv?n.'eiuee? of Science ?od Art'
?!'! meet at their Roora?, Coper Init.lut?. M floor. THIS
(lledn?wl?y'ElENlN?.. K7* o-cloc? Subje??: TREAT
MENT OF SILVER AS DIST1NOUISHE? FROM THAT
OF OOLD ORES. Admliilon (Tee. _
it Per Cent
DISCOUNT
ON
OVER COATS,
BUSINESS SUITH,
DRESS SUITS,
AND
BOYS' CLOTHING.
DEVLIN <t Co..
BROADWAY, ear. ORAND ST.
BROADWAY, sor. WARREN ST.
?leb?ai lia>ea?T?isay aa a Hcirace.
Jet? rabil?'????,
MOrrntlTHS PHYSICAL AND nn-EattEDIATE
OECKsRAPHY.
Tb? ?alaar ?v??alt detail ?ad leeknletl t??ni, aad ?tupio?!?
futUUr laagease ?n.l Mttaetlv? llletti-ultei?, pr.??-stn.
ram. ??iscirus ?ad tasaaasresa aacotttag te the ?Brat?
BBTBOB ef loiwriieAjoa.
The earth li pr???i.Ud to the learner wonderfully idtpted
a. to teed? fer n?akiad.
Tbe Ltx-eJ ?3>?>r?tf*y ?enUint nu-/? ted map ?zatciee? pe
eaaaTiT tSnMsd U ?tlsss reeiutEn
Price, ?1 Tt.
A 8. BARNES k Co..
s Nh ii.t^nitiui-tt., B?w-?*?tE.
is-h?. tx-k'B Haa-raka rUU,
FOR LIVER COMPI-A1NT.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL.
If you howell ?re coati*/?,
TRY THEM.
If yon have worm?,
TRY THEM.
If yoor breath _ bad,
TRY THEM.
If you f?*l drowiy,
TRY THEM.
If you ?r? low tplrited,
TRY THEM.
If yon hive ? tick haut?che,
TRY THEM.
Tli?y only r??t 19 cent? a box.
TRY THEM.
Blue Mu?, ind other preparation? of Mercury, ?ctutlly paw
Ince mote lutferin* ?nd death than the di??ant whim tkary
prof,?* to enre.
And yet thi? corroarlve mater?1. te d?no??c*d by ?Kop???te
dot-tort i? prescribed by them ?Ji-owt univenaily In c?M? at
Liver Couiplalut, Contuinption of Lncgt, _c.
THE MANDaRAKE PILLS
?re compo?ed entirely of root? ?nd hetbi, obtained -an tha
great itorehouie of Nature, and their wlutary effect? will ay
pear a? aoo? a? tba medic-,? i? brought to th? teil of ? Ml
?Bperiin?nk SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLE do ?at
produce tny niate? or aickneit of th? itomich ? but witta
given for dyipe-Mi?, it m*y be proper to uta them in ron?ea
Won with WBIMtl SEAWEED TONIC. By thit jtv
diclou? treatment, the digestive ?cu'.tle? ?re ?petdily rettore*
to their ful I vigor, and tb? wont cain of Indigeailen may he
cured.
Wi.?u we ta?en that tba liver la tha largett inUroal orfM
oftbe body, that to It 1.? ittigued th? important duty of lit???
ing tha blood tnd preparing the bite, thal it ia iubj?ct to maa*
ditorden. and that when it it dlaeawd or ?activ?. the whola
body ?uffer? lympithetically, it li nut urprlnng that a mc?.
eine which ran re-tor* th? healthy opentica? of th? livw
ihn lid produce wonderful chang?-! In the general health, aaa*>
effect rurel which may ?pp. ar to be airuott taireculou?. Head
ache of long continuance, ??vere pain in che aide, breui an.I
iii.aulden, aching of the Umba n feeling of general weaknaaa
aud wn-tcbeduna?, and oib-ir al arming or di?irvi?tn?
tom?, Isdicative ol imperfect or disordered actiou ol lit? livrl?
am ?peedily nat,?ted by the uie of SCHENCK'S MAN
\\*Vy
DU ARE PILLS.
Coaeivanen, pile?, bitter or ?oui eructation?, ?ad lb? h?
deacribabla i.-.Iuii oi oprirt-aaion. rner.tai anxiety, languor?
lethargy aid depr?-??lan ela ?pirita, which unfita man for t??
lethargy ard depr?-??lan
niuttgeniea? of butiut
n.li..fed by the ate of SCHENCK S MANDRAKE PILLS.
nianigenieB? of buiiuei? and tn? enjoyment of ,ife are all
MAN! - ?
Prepared only by J. li. SCHF.NCK, No. IS North -u--?t,
Philadelphia, and iold by druggiiti gt-oerally.
Price oftbe PULMONIC SYRUP?ndSEAWEED TONIC,
etch, $1 50 per bottle, or g1 JO per ht'f dotan. MAK
DIlAKE PILLS, ti cent? per box. For lil? by ?11 Druggiata
and Dealer?.
DEMAS BARNES It Co, So. 21 Park low, New York.
General WboleiaJe Agents.
N. ii.-Di. SC HE "-.'CK. will bo ?I l.ii room?, No. 31 Bonat
it, New-York, every TUESDAY, from 9 am. until 3 o'oloclI
p. ia wbera ? lui. lupply of hil ?ndicine? can be obtained al
?II time?.
Watt-he? ?uid Jet?'d17.
FINK GOLD WATCHES of all description?, American,
Swlii, ind Engli.h, Julea Jurgemen, Lavalatte, ?. _ O. Bril?
lev, and other maker??toa? ia En?ui?l ?nd Diamond C?aa?
-FIFTY. SIXTY, ?nd SEVENTY Fl\ Y. to THREE HUND?
RED DOLLAR'S each.
SILVER WATCHES,
Amerieau Swi... and Engliib, FIFTEEN, TWENTT,
TWENTY-FIVE, and THIRTY to NINETY DOLLARS
each.
DIAMOND RINOS,
Solitaire. Clu.ter. and Hoop?. THIRTY, FORTY, and FIFTT
toEIOHT MVMMmmtM DOLLAKSeach.
FINE GOLD WATCII'CHAINS,
of all kind?. Chat.-laliifi. Gusrd. and Veil Chain?, TWENTT
FIVE, FORTY, K1FT. to TUREE HUNDRED DOLLA*!
etch.
GENTLEMEN'S SCARF PINS.
Au??tbyat, Pnail. Tnpai, Garnet, Carbuncle, Opal, Mid Enaat
rl, TWO, TUREE, FOUR, FIVE, 81X to FIFTY DOLLAR?
tata?
SLEEVE BUTTONS AND STUDS,
I Naw HijU?, Enamel Topaa, KmMt_7?t, mm* Vmmrt,?li. let??.
I carouiici?, iiarnnt, Jet, ? otu, _c, TWO, TUREE, FOUR,
K11 ti, SIX, EIGHT. TEN to FIFTY DOLLARS ? Set.
EAR-KINGS AND PINS,
New Styli-i, Pearl, Cora!, Garnet, Carbuncle, Enamel, A_e
tliyat. Etrtucan, J.-t, lee, kc, FIVE, TEN, FIFTEEN,
tWB***nrtaOR HUNDRED DOLLARS ? S.t.
RRACELET.M,
Fine Chtn, Rol!> r Chain, Flat and Oval Bandi, Gold aaafl
Enamel, Bbk and White, TWELVE. FIFTEEN, TWENTT
to ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS ?ticb.
For tala by GEO. ?'. ALLEN, No. 415 Broadw?y, ona doo?
below Cinalat.
1 In- ? 1 nu 11 t r? ,.l M1 1 timlUin.
Wo ?hall Itiue in Na. Ml, of FRANK LESLIE'S " ILLUS?
TRATED NEWSPAPER." to bs? pnbllthed on F?bru?ry 1.
I iii, .? 'urta TWO PAUE ENGRAVING, commemorating
T.IE CENTENARY OF METHODISM,
COMTAIBIMO ?rt'l-BATI POBTBAIT? OF
JOHN and CHARLES WESLEY, Cap?. WEBB, ADAM
CLARKE, FRANCIS ASBI.RY, and JOSEPH BENHOV.
tb? great origbiator?, foundar?, ?nd exponent? of MclhodUat
lu England ?ni America.
HEWS OF THE OLD RIOGINO LOFT IN WILLIAM
8T.. N. T.,
Where th? Arti Methodist Meeting? were held.
THE FIRST WESLEY CHAPEL IN JOHN ST. !.. T.
ST. PAUL'S M. E. CHURCH, CORNER OF F'JURTH
AVE. AND TW ENTY-SECOND-ST.. N. Y.
THE FORMER RESIDENCE OF PHILIP EM BERY.
AND HIS TOMB AT ASHGROVE. N. Y.
ALSO, PORTRAITS OF THE
LIVING BISHOPS OF THE M. E. CHURCH.
tmtMMt,
OSMAN C. BAKER, D.W.CLARK, C. KIN08LEY,
E. R. AMES. E. THOMSON, L. SCOTT,
E.S.JANES, T.A.MORRIS, M. SIMPSON,
From Photograph? hy Hallett Brother?, Na. 139 Bowery, N. T.
Tb? article ?cnmp?tyiBg the Uluttration U from the pan at
ABEL STEVENS, LL.D., Author of eba ** Hlatory of Math
odi.ni." written expr-?s!y for tint paper.
In addition to which, we aliall (iva Twenty two beau?Ial
Illuitittloni of ?veuti of the diy.
TERMS TO SUBSCRIBER?.
ILLUSTRATED NEWSPAPER:
One copy one year, or U namben.a?
One copy lix mouth?, or M nu?bera.. I
On? copy for 13 week?. 1
SINGLE COPY, 10 CENTS.
N. B.? Ten Copie?, po?t?ge paid, of thi? iuUriarling namba?
will ha lent to ali p?rlie? Incloting a I.
_A.l'ta?.. FRANK LESLIE, No .'17 Pearl??., N T.
Th** iniDroti-il 1'llljiii. 8awlac-"flachlaa la
uur.iu 1I-1I fur
SIMPLICITY,
SPEED,
EASE OF OPERATION,
Ull-TNESSOF MOTION,
RANGE OF WORE.
In ?t'a -liment? fir hemming, braiding, bl?ding, cording,
quilting, and for ?ewiu? on trUnining of my width, ara ua
rlvaled for ?Implicit? ol' ?djti
Liberal d.toouut to ?iiiparr?.
.Vi I
valed for ?Implicit? oi tdjuitumal and perfection of work.
SUPLEE, No. 137 Breidwiy.
Mta-iawiiaa (erre?* ted and Car*-?!.?For meih**
?Bl particular? ?3dre.i S M BETTS, New Haven, Conn
Hartamaa'a Patent Elaatle Hubber Premium
CraU*t_e?, th?' eaiie?i, cheapo?!, and ino?? approved el t?a
?ge. tinad tot Circular LOVEJOY k TAYLOR *1*t ? w?F
<'l?thr?.Wi-l?grr?~f all k-dPrep-ri. ^h^?w
WASHING AND WKINGLNG MAiHIN*? COMPANT,
No. *1*t Bro?dtr?y. _ ,
Iwnwamm Iwmrmrawuwtmf4uwMt,
W. C. HICKS'S PATENT STEAM ENUINESjava?
par cant la ?Mea. weUM, .?rieti.iri mdntu ***?*"
uu tot c&e-ar, i_-e_ THE H ICES -ff^ffi* j.
IbvbJU. Travel?-* c?ff^Ew^wS
u?? Indoon or onti ?ti? alwnt wj'W- . ?._,, atWactlv?
PATENT CAN?EUING UOttl T*l_%???g*\%\\oU.
Hahby ?wwl^eated , to ?mUtmu* ?^"AJaImAb,
-TttjNG WAGONS. NI ^.BYr?^kINO HCJRSES, toe
CARJUAOE8, PROPELLER.?, *^_i_iH. Ne. ??***?
SALE hy the iD_?ml-*rtnr??. ?? w ""*
???-r^-;?"__?? ' mt rimtna. Hmtarj.
Aay ?ralle-?" im ^rrtUtm, cantrttkem
CBd^Toehlng. "'??"??.ir-?B-?w U FO?VLtR'-ir-?__
?? WHOLESALE PfM*M*J*,^'^l?e ?I?? Aaor Dtnm.
_,p_rt-.o?. No 3 VA{W?Wn?amW W what 1? win brlna.
aat-n? Wlnu? UuM*? Y^?mtirlmmlld r.p.? C.'.mn. Oil?
to mik? roora for Sprint ??>??*- ^T^ioan. Heavy Catoi?
pa, 1001 lu.? mmOmmtm m "-o|)#j my, ?u- mmm
F?nn?l Diawa??, ?! ** ??? . _-?-?-?-? - ..
___-^ - -_. .,_. ?-?M WBBtra. to mti t_? IM
rnrr^ay^y^aa^a^ ' ?*? V- Nor.? hot _>.o
provedT:lliPTIls^'; n,^ , _?, ?J?K
of capital and ?_CjfT5-_ ??
pul lum? will k* eMetei ?fflfan. mi., %T] grapgWIt

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