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EXtCO,
JNTEBVEKTION LOOKED FOR
Mexico Anxious for an Ameri
can Protectorate.
CRISIS OF THE EMPIRE.
fain Appeals ef the French Press for
Money and Men*
Combined Movement of Heavy Liberal
Forces Against the Empire.
Ac. &c. &c
My the arrlvtl ef the at?amer Stare ai><] Btrtpea, Cap
lain Hulnies, at Phlludulphla on Thursday, we have
??wk from the city of Mexico to the 26th of August, Mid
fenm Ver? Cruz tu the lat Inst.
i Our thank* arc due to tho porwr of the Star* and
Btrtp?s fur the prompt forwarding of flic* uud dee
jatche*
PI" CITY OF MEXICO CORRESPQNDtNCt.
Cmr or Mmoo, Aug art 26, ibM.
AHJUUCAjl OITBftVU TIOH.
Wii'.'e indulging in vague surmises regarding tbs
pror.able result of Ihe Empress' mission to France, aJ|
elan*'. i bar* are can vanning the possibility of failure ; and
bonne the course to b? pursued by the United States has
beeo'ue a matter or momentous interest. There can be
M dl-tguislng i. ho fact, that grave fear* for the einplro
a?a entertained, especially by foreigners, and that the
bop? of American Intervention! to fjise of the abdica
tion of tbe Emperor, daily becomes stronger Willi tho
iaipenallsbi. They argue that tbe United States having,
hv ibu moral influence of its refusal to acknowledge tbe
Umpire, prevented tbe establichmebt In this country of
a strong md permanent government, the United Siaus
?we It to tbe Mexican people to extend to Urnm tbe pro
tection and aid In building up a government sufficiently
powerful to q lell insurrections and enforce laws, and
wbk li shaii deiti justly with all its subjects? an object
wfck'h manifestly will not be accompli*- bed without
foreign intervention. They say If the liberals repossess
tbe country, the rights and even Uvea of the imperial
ists, as well as of foreigners, will not bo safe; aud they
tnrtUocu tbe committed in Hormotlllo, where
about forty Imperialists and French subjects were mas
tered. the outrage* recently committed In Tampico,
and the arrest and imprisonment ot Americans, !.ngllsb
j?ei. and other loreiguers in Monterey.
iiiwvmmi an own nuuiirr.
^?er caii intervention is no new project, anj lately
?sprung upon the country, but It fonnd supporters with a
Murge and influential class twenty yoara avo. Daring
war war with this p op!? it wj? hoped that a protecto
rate wo" id be guaranteed them, and after poaeo was de
viated a rovolutlon ef the Northern States, having for
ate professed object annexation to tbo United States was
^wctratod only by the decided opposition of the latter
gsvernment to such amove. In lnftfl tbe advocates of
Mto measure boldly and openly discussed their views
bare in the capital, and ibe Mtximn JEa.'r?>rr<tnary
of Not ember K of that year, speaking of the incapacity
? this government, says:?" The Americans have or.
/gat xsl a territorial government for Arizona, and the
^veraorof ooaora has invited 8,000 Americans frnin
?bMoniln to assist him In rMdiag bis 8tate of tbe hordes
if satapea wlio have laid waate tbe country for to many
years. To tbe Mexican nation these two movement* are
.Med with importance. The wb - el of destiny U rolling;,
and vnlm :<mrikimg is done to saec tht NoriX fro u? tv
altfwut </ I tiaotffn, It is but natural to suppa*o
the people of tho North would took .Mimad for
' aad protection."
te 18M and At), when Zuiaaga and Minunon were ui
?yawn, tne pre-s again advocate a protect 'irate; and in
JBdO, before Jusras lefttbls capital, his party were uuani
?eu< In favor of American intervention. The tmperlal
iMs eon lend that tne matter could be effected with but I
ttttie expense. A small foree would koop tbe northern
eountrj quiet. aad but a shadow of American arms In tbe
?eatb wo aid re- wre order aod enmce ttw laws. In UiU I
valley slone wonld moch of an army be ro?jnlr?-d , uiul I
?van hers the wholesome recollection of Amer can rule
ttsoly years r.nce would enable a much sma'.ler body of i
American soldiers to boid tbo country llian the I rene.h
bave had. The whole matter has (mmhi duly dtscn-.-e 1
aad even 'he details suggivt?'d.
Tan rLii rvnroatn.
THe propoalUon Is. if Maximilian should deem bast to
abu.es' ? (which ha cui do with dignity and honor), for
?be Pu.tel ctetc* to use Its Influence to have a fair else
Man heid? not such a fair* an has been customary - -but
by rsrooving troops fiom among 'be peo;4e, leave all
atssaoe, indl u>H inclsdcd, to fuily expruv lUelr prw'cr
?e?a fur the nioi-j of government and lor a mltir, anl
aftorwetd to austela tilth tiuvorii jient a?'l adm.nitlrall n
4arlag in lawful eoniinuanea. It is protKt.ed, alto, that
tbe I 'uiied Htates i tot only .-*s tbe government tnsta'ned
sit Jaws union. od. b it that tho** laws be eipiitabie and
|ast, and ot a progfoa .'e character, not such arf have
tUit* disgraced llvi Mexican statute book. The I'nn -d
Msiea rrni id reimburse hemeli' for erpenaei In- urrjil, ;??
?ho psy foreign creditors, ant of the custom house dues,
stbicb. with ibe country under Yankee rulo, nould be
'^tiMlrupl d forth* ith.
AtHive are emhodlod Die aeotimentr of a Urgo and in
party of Mcxlcacs, who, in intervention, aes
?ht> only change of ae- urity to penon and pn.,?eny, and
?lalm >t a? tbo only lioi?i U ros".ura. Inj >li* M'x'ein
>??>'??
j fcn?r or wvlicut 'itstisv.
War tbe good or mankind It iak> hoped lba< Mm.'
Mm "history will not repeat fielf," sllhiu^h K Is & a
istild ar.d ur'J'njr charsetcr, snd aiiognth'-r au;?raiMed.
JTrem I6S? to 1UI, a i*ertod of two ln.ru '.red sod r.lnety
*Mkree j emn, Mevleo vi' girvttM by alxtf iojr V'o#
guya, a)'potnied ??? the b(>aiuili Cruwn. hmn MSI -i
KM3 the CO' ntry prt ed tlimugb ten ah'UigeM ot gov*
wraneni and fifty seven ailmlnistrstloiis. MT Uuwr yriv
?rmiu oU, thsr were tbe llpd recency, an empire,
twa federal r?T'jhl ?<*, two eeninJ rsp'iN.cn, a penv stunai
?vati::uent, two >li? l?Uir><!. ipe, .?ik! ) 1 ' . *'J' on'U n
?Mtc. Of the rulers, bwidrfi ihi re. uoy Mid itm
al t;oviruor>, there were one t.rajvimr, twenty,
i ? h^n??i ef federal repab!icaii?, ten In ttifl eentral,
Ibu .u the eotuutotloaal ripibUfym
I wn Ili 'Mors Tbo ^;.>rtest Alrum -ttatl na ? ? r?
I of f'??1ro Teliw. fn>;n tie 9tn to t*ie alH of lie
hber I*'sm( of <??!'? nil Hravo, fr?tn tl i m th?
i of .f uir, ItSt, aiid T II Inaga . nun tbo Kid to lite AIM
?IU .rr, U I, .. h of IX VI U .< I I' I < ?
I Anna was thrive I'lclafw, and l*r- v'. nl ?t"?
oeriatai) no atlidr pevpl havn .Aiwwn M.jui
? i iinstali..' is tbe Max cena.
r-ts rwscsi
bW,- of Pi" "Vee. b "oHiers bvre iienad*' ten^'^ivr hmmI
tiLabk pr . i?rau>ry to return!" x home ; ^>*utr? 'ml'
"HieM1. an army, *' J o'l ?tlil, ire willing
? loer*' in >>-"W io >iefer>?3 Uie honor ol Cnjwie.
Indwanoe >.? French eent meet, nowver, la to
f?kd In lb- V r?e>-h p.*., r4 ih<s Itv- lbs /.
?r n ? I sxpre tbe^r ?(4ai? ?p? ti ?i?
toubnldi/ sad lea irul?Mi '.f roa?o, .rr1 ii 1 ndsed,
i ftitt'gii pr- a ?l *'i?M, with ut ?t< edition, bsre
ted iketr iMHfMUab acsMst loe nuf neness of IW
E
Ml
sr.
Isi'ean p??pl?, l hair armai of Imaor, tc tn aad energy,
1 predict f " "
pn
M prodf, ?. f.>, toe I *U< h. if |a<t u> i?e. If, SI eariy
jtoion
) v us Arnt\s r>t tut rrvs ->i i^?*.
'rbe Hthy' t, dlsrliiir.in* every "it men of f.m .ins
ybblc opici e. aad in toadied only It rsQert pvsrlr,
?v?nt? *pd sentiment, >4ys:~
?Tt is twenty deye nine* tbe Itsanelal eotdiiKm true
?t*uroV-.'?'lPt. and now, ao< * ihstaad n.< ?wo ex.
?aai.ni t ?rdipaa ? r and tbe lagenioiM ?xpedieai? pr ated.
M Is lar fnm ??eiag easy 1>a Tret ury eortnno, ^
<SMeiilUe* and <*aii<>; aieot tbs require to??nts ef tbe
mriM To-d?y, Jus* as twenty day W-k. the
SiMidsB't ?*iii n W?e empire from ? irnm'arepes
?e .ei.lre. and Ibrrstea r.iore tf-in eve* to e^aa
; brew'iea In it* line* Tneaty da) i i
pnMic ar>pear*d radiant w th bu^ie, to day
dt >as relspmi Htm gloewi and dnubt. Mho
Pi b> Mni' for tbi?' All etaiws; anl th*
#e*tinr ef the reentry now ireiuMe* in the baiaooo.
fin a j'snplf d'MW s*t with to b- ssred, o* w'sb" ui
feaso. wuimat tbe alghuwt yv.t'i, the self den M< ef
Stall n nif laailn i I ii mnr iitite. I"i? t n ?n? tuews
itrm io reaiT the nl?io-r ef lbs buaiea nana, tharw Is a
i *? A wtaioli aupeers aa every one nf us pagea.
ke aao*ne? loat a nattop is n?t e*pe.i;e or aup
ttealf aa >ne ei?s ? an h>r >ms eo for it. aud
a raae i'eart with ? ttaer ibe saaos nl is* eaateii?
ia'-iteb'*
or pes-ive ratfn'Mon H bete et<|**v?p
lin'i a mnpi.-* iu?t Ha impens l?ji
tkatr kaj^aa, Pot upoa tha.r ?wa e*id?s-i?*.', but njiep
Tree*
Mna^H
rnpmm is alads I
. _ . ? . "ton tbp Tn1l?*|ae. Ina'ied ef
Vari b'M ?N*- Wtn? ?tiiiMeefij d-'Hofiap IMtr bard
dollar* tn their <wn> *fen?e they await with childish
aup.neness tho manna of silver In I all upon them air ad j
?oiucd from the banks <> the beine. Instead of r?nolut*ly
rimrn ?? ww and forurilag in batUa array, with anaa In
their hands, diking their ail in a canoe on the Kcoeaa of
which depeuds th? r property and the Uvea of their fami
lies, they aro content with addressing to Heaven their
lukewarm w taken in !n:.a?r of the allied battalions.
It la not thus that a race can regenerate itaelf.
training that Franco, Jealous of her interest*. aenda
to tli ii continent 100,000,000 of francs and 60,000 mora
wen, what oau nho do if h r protended M xlcan friends
have l ulli ng further t? offer ihan the aid of their easily
prunounced prayers and their fastings ? At the end < f ?
year >K<- u tUJ-mi he vf in Ike tame mtiafion mi t -day,
with a fa rg r debt, and Untie. teeJrinp a frt h dcliir.ran e.
And wlmt is end to think of, and still ladder to con leas,
I is, that Fiance would have com promised herself la m
1 barrvu enterprise? not oniy her finance*. the loaa of
which can be rspalred? not only bar military action,
front which her banner will emergo with giory?but
principally bet political r spon-ibllity would bo at fault.
f>ei ns know, then, what we have to expect; let u* see If
the Mexican people sine-rely denres to risk Itaelf in a
question, which is, for it, on* of iifo or death.
THK UIX'CAN PI WH METOM&
La S"riftlad ? Mexican? reproduced th* above but
only purilslly adopted ill sentiments. It profew-ea to
have faith in the people, and urges a "loosing of purse
str ngs;" but it evhiontly teels the truth of what the
Ksajct e says. Fewer paid for prayer* and more dollars,
and lei* fasting witli more lighting Is what is needed to
pacify the country and "regenerate the nation"? ?n ef
fort which boih liberal* and Imperialists pro
fets a design to accomplish, but which neither
ure taking step* to brin* about If "a
house divided against Itself cannot stand,"
th nm or uroco is ikalpd.
The divisions In the liberal rank* leave nothing to ho
hoped for there, while the Imperial household is far
fromlieing a unit. The French and Mexican interests
have boon antagonistic, and Marshal Bucain>> hu- not
yielded that cord, til support to Maximilian which was
necossary to ?occuss and which the Emperor had a rijibt
to expect. Th.i legitimate effects of this d versiiy .of
sentiment are shown in the reverses which the imper a I
arms have recently Kuffered, th* abandonment ol the
frontier by tlio French, and the general distrust which
pervades all classes.
CXWrWCATlON or inpkrlm. ianr?T*s.
A new and most perplexing question has be'-n sprung
upon the people, and which must tend to complicate Uio
iin-tl settlement of this Mexican question. Maximilian
in rte fain the ruler of a portion ol thin country ? the
United .States acknowledge Ortega as tho legitimate
President of Mexico; while Juarez refuses to lay down
tho ruins of power, and is exercising the functions of
President in the uortborn Slates, l.otters to the Sth
irsL from Monterey, stato that the libera In, foraceing
the evoiitual alianiionmeut of tho states of foahuila and
Nuevo I/eon by the French, despatched to Juarez, tome
time since, an envoy named Pedro Martinez, who ro
tnrucd, having obtained from Juarez tbe proper au
thority to con Spent" all tho entatos of the im|>?rialist^ in
those Siates and to sell them to tbe highest bidder. Un
der this decree, the letter! state, several of the
'argent and men valtiablo haciendas in Nuevo Leon liavu
he* 'ii i-old at nominal prices, their owners driven off,
and the places taken possession of by the liberal leader*.
It is remnrkable that none of those proprietors who
were dispossessed have ever borne arms againat Ortega
or Juarez, and were ouiy pa.- ".vo imperialist*. The
writers add ? "We are ijl.id the mask has beeu so soon
removed, as It will awaken hundreds from their fancied
security, and cause them to take efleet ve measures to
preserve their pi o|Krty. This .s a social war that now
opens ii pou us; a war more like highway robbery than
au;;ht Use, and dif^racetul to the ngi we lire in."
Happy Mexico! A new Utopia; and well may her peo
ple fear that foreign immigration intiy disturb the reli
gion and virttie of the country.
IJB.NK1UL BARON NKICKK
turn been appointed commander of the Second Military
Division, witu bcadquartcra at I'ucMa, for which place
be look his departure on Thursday las!, sccompcnied by
the Eighiy-flrat French infantry and two companies of
Turcot, who trdl be sent to scour tho mountain*
between Orizaba nnd Paso del Macho, on the road to
Vera Ciuz. Central Neigre Is charged with tbe pacitl
cation or the Iluaitteca country, and will soon undertake
an expedition lor the recovery of Tampico.
(iSNERAL AY MAN
arrived en Friday from the Interior, with four battalion*
of Austrian* and Relgisns. General Thun ha* resigned
command of his department and of th* Austrian troops,
and u preparing to return home. The question of reor
ganizing tho Austrian cocung nta Is bolng considered,
uud will probably hn carried out.
MABgttAL BAZAIX*
rctm-'iod fv m his nornicrn tour on Sunday. HI*
rl iv lor a northern campaliTi can only bo guessed at,
ut rumor haa it that tb? whole frontier Is to be wot
ered, and thut an cxp?di:.(>n is already organizing a^aiDct
Chihuahua. The sending of one thousand now troops to
Duiiuigo, ibreo weeks since, give a color of probability
tn this rumor.
The clerical forre in the several departments have re
cently bnen material? reduced. The Treasurr la?i week
d > charged twenty clerks. There Is not much use for ?
Urge forcc to guard omp'y boxen.
SUK \m CRUZ COMESPMIOENtX.
Vnu Can, Dept. I, 1M(
Tit* newn received here from th* interior and
?time UM *o,V3t la us follows:?
HXkunmTu otbutkhui or Tirr imuut
Kivc heavy, orguuaed cnluiu&a of liberal troop* are
?r ing for *001110100 utmost; and that la to drive the
imperialist* au4 tJieir allies to the enact both on the Pa
cific and fi'ilf side*.. Om ooiuuia? which moved from
tiuerraro ? divided iUolf. fno of the** minor division*
took a ? ourea 1* the direction of the city of Mesioo, and
the other * course in the direction of the eltjr of Puabia.
A second r duuo moved in a ootid body from 0*jac* in the ,
dir irtk>n of Pueblo city. On the right of this column 11
there was a very considerable command at or In the
neighborhood of riacotalpam. Th* Tlarotalpam fore*
(we will call it *1) ?u to move against or d mcnatmto
annnd Vera Crua. Itgls ihnu(Lit tbo Guerrero and
0*jaca column < will or ntn*!ly unit*, and, togeth*r,
tuaxe a eeriour sitae);, bat wh^re, of course, wo <<o not
know. A third column, which at time* concentrate*
had then atfain divide-, l*bi lo bo engage') in endeavor
in*, to c ?*r * etrl|i ot i?untry from the Jnlhoo ttaUi
line on tho north to the Micboacaa Mate line on tli*
south, for the purj>*v? of completely cutting otT anything
like regular enniminioMton between the oaotul end tbo
i'artiic roa.-4. Hero a e cannot get a very clear kten of
what this ii*rticol*r column tc dtiving at, .he fourth
ron inn 1* the one Mid to hate l>ceii preparing to
stt tr.k Maiailan m oarumt. Ttio fifth one is the
Vanviullpa* and Ken Lnia l'oW'.il forca. Some
thrik that, notwithstanding the distance they
are aiierl, the third, fonrth and fifth om
utnac are uioviuk '? hanaoniou* oomMnation. F.vi
dently, 1I10 III* ml., ore cloetrg in. No doubt the la
4fOMS, |Mirtikj? r?nu? r anil odd band' ginerali), are
n< ? mod* to -'ro in," 111 all direction*, In order to per*
pie* the mil* riaun* anJ their allien; ui arou c the peo
l-l j Mid to di-iw oir attention from more aerion* naive
I*?*?L
Kl-ollTi.Il KTAOt-SllOM iW -Alt UMTO r> -roe: IT TPS
nuHKio.
Two day* .?fco the British eteaniihlp Solent arrived
lu re ftoas Ixravion, bri^iilng th* cewa that Han Luis
I'l.totl had been mmsM <1 by U10 1 rvuiii. At the sam*
Huim wo get .1 ? ti.i'iiar p'lx'ii I rom tlin city of Mexico.
lUi kiu.w tlikl ilr laat niii'. made up la the city of Me*
I i*o for Saa l. iU ww cut in Von Cru* and thenoe to
Tnuip'oo. I burn Irotn a goutleman In Vera Our, who
*ra that be wa- si Ken Luis when if teal falrniy that t'jo
liberals chatg'dand lock the pliwe al t'w |*-iut 01 the
UiyaiK t. Ho al?o iiyi that eat of eighty Frenchmen
wlio fell Into the band* of th* i.be.rUn uoly rnjlitoen or
1 went* fpcjjipd.
t?t ? *1 *<rr f? rtiv*.
Il l? said, among Kreri -h affleiala, thst the niters lave
b? *n u vrn for tLr it ,?,~.u4? *vac?.uion Cu t'.uayuvi
and Maxe.t lust.
urn *t> -m mi it vra* can.
Otimina banoe raid op to the very wkH? pr the fiiy
the Kr'icli ar* f< r'ifying J-tst ?> tai'l* of the wall*.
I>ght Pnachmea who hi' TvnJd to b* ouU!<1e of the
waiHt en the wer* caugi.t oj aotno of PrMo'aoora
nmnd nn-t < artied off.
I'rteto I .fely ?svMiira'l" som<- muir* from the Imperial
Mextean Hait???d|i oaipany. H* wrote to Superintend' nt
<>ti*ral yteiens tl.at h* could have th* maM l?rk again
on p*y>l*g 114* head, ratieotu money !LoUen?iral did
r d rarxitn tliv njui" v ai>d ibvy wore .-old at public ant>
?ton within ?i?ht ft the rallr-i*d line.
A Tr-nirta or |wo,?no s'Tlv*d her* ye*t*rday.
<M dU that t*ie route between Vara t'rui an<l Jalspi
? 'i?t '.-opned u Ibt French cannot w**ntw tnair
?inlvti imm "* th* other road.
CMMIIS' IROKSTS.
Cnti AuMiuerr to a Can I>n*a. -Cwnns> Saab!*
pwterday h*M an ln>p**t oa th* body at fimrg* Mtnert
tor ftituy ym pant a mt drivar in th* employ of th*
Th rd Arena* R* Iroad Company, who dl*d from th*
efl?ct* of injurtOT ro>tetv*d oa th* night ft lb* lath
tT?t*nt, i>v Tallin; ftwm a ?*eond ?*ory window of his
r*a d*ac*. la Third svanna, near r<ghll*th street, to th*
ridewalk. while in the art of open ng th* blind* The
jury rrodeml a verdlrl of acrideatal death. Itereaaod
*?< a Terr eorp ileot man, wotybtag saarly thraa bun
tired pr id II* wsa forty on* year* 01 age, nad a aat i *
of Rhode Itlaad.
I'uui *f fu.inv rao* a Wrvpow ? Has PTortn*r,
M* ? f SU Socotei street, y**t*rday fell from a third
?%uty w.nitow of th* abov* nsiged premlee* to toe pare
m*nt, and wa* ai.aos* instantly ki hrd. Oornoer wild-y
waa aotified, aad will hold sa loguML lHc***sd wa*
about iklri;-tv* ytwra 01 aa*.
Tit* Mi*tar? ? . n I'm* 1* faoaar f*i??av. ? Cocoaer
Wlldsy yeetr rdey beM an ln^u?*toa the body of Th?ma*
Sewvoa, the man who died at No. 97fro*by nree* nnd*r
somrwhat myetcr^o-M "tmemetaeoe*, ** r*?orted ta
| <*st*May'i llasiLn. Wo<Mt*r Reach, Jr., M. P., made a
' |K.st'Uoti*m eaam.aatloo ><* tb* body, and found th*
I nidtior* Tt.'ii di?r? d No ' Ut< r abnormal marks wer*
I oke*t??4> Fro in an tnst<?ctioa of th* Internal organs
1 and wsnt "?f sr^Jence ntunrir* that any narr' tlc had
I ieec taV-n by <te <-ased, |lr It^rh >? of th* opinion that
death wsa d to tn th* k.driey dlaeaa*, caas ng nremiu
Mtechiog t?f ihf h'rid *t?- Jury arcifdiagly rendered
a r?tdMit t* that *ff?v;.
f'r*l. Rii'.mia* Caafjii rr.? Ve*tarJay ra untog.
Ui .rtly fv-rora s* ' *a o'ulurk, a mm aamod Edsra^l I**
**11 Ml hentwth th* wh e? of a freight ear of th* H d
sat. lu -t Kai iroad, enrtee of ReacH vid Vadeoo nr**i?,
??* ??* ?" "Tlltr intaved thst d**th "lbaeeoeitl/ r<*
" tb* New lf*e1i Hnniltsl, Tbltlt*r tie was "in
T*y*a 'tnmw,a??|y a"ev tit* a etdeat i>ee??.wi wa
farty two >?.n ef he NvM *? ^er rui ny
*>|rhth str*?t Owus? Mamsn ?. -a n<t>fi*d to hold
aa ia'jts**t
N?eata ta a ras*>-AmVsaim Busisjnr -
At ? lata haur oa Hontlsy aigbt laat, PatrMh MePoeengb,
t'rta? at if >**t Blpv*at6 air***. w*e *tawt*d n*?r ht*
booao by two or throe men and severely beaten and cut
afcout the bead, face and body. Ha was taken home
end yesterday, being considered none, information was
Mil to the Coroner's ofltoe, wbea Coroner Wildey pro
eeeded to the honse to take VeDonongh's examination.
The victim, although severely beaten, U not in a danger
ous eoud tlon. By careful treatment be will probably be
out again in a week or two. MeDonougb is unable to
gtoe tbe names of tbe parties who assaulted and beat
blm. Several arrests wero made, but McltonougU was
unable to Identify the prisoners.
HEW JERSEY INTELLIGENCE.
Jrrwj City.
iuuD Ttarror a Diamond IT*.? A servant named
Julia Annie Daly was committed to tbe county jail yes
terday for trial, on tbe charge of stealing a breastpin,
valued at four hundred dollars, from tbe bedroom of her
employer, Dr. eeyinourN. Marsh.
Nsw Jkwkt Yacht Clcb.? Tbe New Jersey Central
Railroad Company having ordered this club to remove
their house from its present location, the order will I*
obeyed on Tuesday next, after which the club and a
number of friend < will terminate the sa ling reason by
making an excursion up Long Island Hound. The future
locatlou of tbe club honao has not yet boon selected.
i Hobokrn.
Tas Work is .?xd K.skx Rnutoin Cowtract.? As
no communication relative to tbe decision rendered
in Pennsylvania against the Atlantic and Great Western
Railroad Company bas boon received from London, it W
concluded the contracting parties there cheerfully ac
cept the position wltli the dlTerence that the late mono
tary embarrassments will prevent au outlay on tb 'ir
part for some time. Tim Morris aud Essex Company
therefore are dally investing largo Bums to meet tho ro
quirerocnts of Ibc contract, and the other company is
pledged to the reimbursement of those sums when the
effect of pecuniary failures shall have subsided. Tli?
improvements around the d<>pot in lloboken, Including
tbe trestle work, will cost ovor a quarter of a million nf
dollars, and the coal wharf is guaranteed to be completed
in sixty days from the present date.
IlndMon City.
Aujtcjiii Pxbjubt.? So mo days ago Mr. Robert Taylor
preferred a complaint against Thomas 8. Shaw, char/ing
him with stealing grapes and other property from bis
premises. A warrant was taned by Justice Davis, ami
Shaw was held to answer. On last Tuesday the accused
appeared belore Justice Allen and made an affidavit
charging Mr. Taylor with perjury. The latter was ar
rested and hold to bail to appear lieforc the Grand Jury.
Newark.
Fatal Aoawnrr ? Rr* Oral bt a Waoow. ? A boy named
George N. Pierce, eievon years old, a resident of South
Orange, was riding in a farm wagon, at noon yesterday,
When by a sno'den jolt ol tho wagon he was throwu out,
and the wheels pnosed ovor hi* chest and abdomen.
Death was almost instantaneous.
Narrow Em:a i x. ? A horse attached to a light wagon
was frightened by tho whistle of a locomotive and ran
away, tbe drivor, a colored man, being dragged along
tho ground for some distance, he baring bold of the
reins. His arm was much injured.
Nkwark and New York Ratlroah Retort. ? Tho re
port of the Chief Engineer of the Newark and New York
IUil rood (hows thai thli route l>et ween the two cities
will ho a mile and a quarter snorter than ihe New Jersey
Railroad, and that the line proposed is as straight and
level as a regard to proper drainage will permit. The
work on the road will be immediately commenced.
Berca.
PauwiriATiox to a Ctarctha!*.? About a hundred of
the congregation of Christ church constituted them
selves into a surprise party on Thursday evening and
proceeded to the residence of tbe Kev. Mr. Ratlin, to
whom tbey presented quite a winter stock of bouso re
quirements. comprising flour, sugar, peaches, ton, po
tatoes, crackers :<ud some culinary articles. Every
member of the family was the recipient of some dona
tion. To Miss Ratlin was presented a valuable gold
watch, and to others or the children envelopes contain
ing greenbacks; to lib wife some costly articles of
clothing, and. to crown all, a supply of coal for the win
tor, amounting altoyjtber to $400.
Died. \
Harrison. TOn Friday, September 14, of consumption,
fMAMCa liuuni, aged 47 years. *
The relatives and friends, also thoe of his father,
Daniel Harr son, and of ills brotbor, John J. Harrison,
arfl respectfully Invited vo attend the funeral, from his
tote residence, No. 1 Norfolk street, on Sunday after
wm, at half-part, one o'clock.
(for O her VraUit 9te Second I'ag ?.)
SHIPPING NEWS.
MiiiM roe i rew to?? -wn ><?
J 40 I BOOH *rn
? 14 1 atoll imi ....
PPRT OF NEW YOHK. StfTEittH 14, MS.
tftrnmaMp Raw York, Piatt, Alexandria? J Hand,
?ark Oyrnbrlii:* (Hr). Lube;, London? Weston A Oray.
Rark Lonlaa Bragta'cn (Br), Tnraer, Qoaeuet ,wri ? O P
Bul'rv A Co.
Bark Aleiandra (Fr), Toubart, Harre? Boyd A Hiaokeo.
Bark Hunrne (rip), Itoig, BaroeJoaa? P Harmony's Xt.
pbews.
> Bark Ada Cart or, Klaaay, Aaplawall? Marohaat A Car
man
Bar- Martiomr, Klllngwnod, Baruadoi? H Tmwbrldge'a
Bur,*.
Ra>k I.ocr Frauces, Allan, Kiiiit-H R Darld.
Bark Taaao (Br), H< mwo<'l,?< Johr.a, NT ? J M R?iul
Co
Hark J R Hea i Br), Tolker, Kl George, NU? Kdmletoa
Bru.
Br. a Albert T>ewte (Hr), Dawle, London? l'?nl atoo A Co.
Brig l>rn 90* b Srptetnbcr (Norw), llenrtcLuin, Arendal
for ordara? H"imboe A Co.
Mri; Triton < IV), H.-jur.d, I ?{mm? M Eehererie A Co.
Brig "IrHon 3r5, Srorl'l- 8t Flam (Martw D R DeWolf
A Co"
Brif FJrr ' n, Rller, Barbados Va Saraimab? D R De
Wolf A Cu
Br'.g I- U' ; klus Wilmington? Clbbona A r?nictt.
ling Wi? ' ?! . Nomera. Norfolk -Mlllrr A Houghton
K r.r it n Do iter {hr>, Dtilir, ''bevarle, VA?D K DeWolf
A Co.
R.Uir MarvUnd, Cathaar' Ja' ksosvllle? Hardy A Co.
K iif M B Mav ney, '"ollln. Hi.t? i<?h ? 0 tlarl*.
KJir R Caiuwall, MoCarm.cs, t;h .rleeWu? N L McCraaU f
A Ce
fVI r J M Froat, Rrlenn, Wash arton DC? M Brda!)
tichr Win Henry. Town end, Ital ruore.
Rtninir tun Pllra, Rtdhcrde, I'UI-vlaliihU.
Btaamcr Walker, nberria, I'bi'adelpb-.a.
ArrlTMl.
Steamship RlrMIern'e, <arp*oter, ?aaanaoh, 10 boura.
mrt.>a id !>-.*?? n^-. a. to Muiray, Ferris A Co. Uln
i a a : . i, ui..?? H'?\ of I hn.??'-n bat, panwd etnamahlp Ale
bema. Iiftkw lorKaronnau; UMIi. 70 r.illea N of liMMraa,
aleamahlp Vl.-go. do for do; ume dar, Capa Hi'ttry bearing
W, eichangedelgiinla witli aieanBa.up Morro deeUo, brum
ftr DmiMi
Hteainship AaMsnd, barton, Boa ton, Willi radaa, to the
Metropolitan St* .ivihlp t fi
S!?*ra?hip Moreue, ll"it Boston, wlvh nadao, to Isaac
Od?l'.
Prl? ft re M'rj. C*mt>tel!. Aatwwiv m da ya^ with scrap
Iron gliiae. A". to Fncirh Vl-.nckr 4 WondL
Hr;ii Voli ot <Hr>, Oauiaa. uljca Bay, II dan. with eoal, to
B V ? atH .? <'<i.
BrU V Hl>.f Bflto I M, Cwn, Cow Cay, 11 daya, with
?nV. to l? R !>??* -If A l"1!). Illh mat, in a L?ary Maw fi ona
it<- wrstward, carrtad away f ratopga'l minimi, Ac.
P'V >1 M MaOllrarr, -Ipral llangor. i days, with Umber
tin Him, ton A CUpp.
Flrlg nurmrti, McUomrr Bangor, with lumbar, to Bin p
eni 1 ?'Upp.
Schr F.:lr Water" Folwm, Fmatera, 0 daya, with inaho
gntr, to Nltlar A 'lo-igM -i.
schr Carrlfc Hav a, <*.-nf' ?goa, IS days, with soflar and
? .;a>saa. to.r If Waodhouaa,
8 ar K?m Wer.'.w. :.o, Adama, Llrgan, IX daya, with coal,
to C B ?wa>u
?kr Eirnplar (Br), Jt.hr -rn, Windsor, with f la?lw, U> H
t r-. woif h Co
Kr;ir Oregon. Monro*. Wa-'.mg'on, SO, Cdapa
Pcfir A Hibfraor;. Mr*rltt, Virginia.
dobr B F W'?o1?(-f, Aupcr, Virginia.
t.'br F r uv? P.llun l-arr?l!, Calais.
Brhr Juila UarUu,. Wsnlwr rth, Ca via
rbi- ToUat. Kcl'arlaniL Fl>wf>rUi
Rf Cla'a Jano Talk, f'llli' ? for Rcalonl
Bchr CbUaa. K-ekards, K.aag'ir. "
hr>ir Vtokahnrg, MaCoimlrf, Bangor.
Wir Mr< >bh ? , Banior
Krh 0 RarlUaon, K?t?bum. Bangor.
Brht L i> ? rnlwurlh. Oran. It%ngni.
H^Vr I, M Kiroiit. Banror.
Bohr OIlTf ICIIXHbath. Haml.tan. Fortlaad
Hr'r Mount l!? po. Famum, Kocklant.
Bobr Nile, Hall. Borkland.
Hchr Vlrpnu. Burse. Hoairn.
wsh' Plrmau'b Bock. Farhar. Sflalen
Krhr Prlnt^a", Lovi'll, Bi?u>n.
frhr llar.bah J>, Chaao. Hanrwh.
^rhr Trraaoro, Falmar. Taun'on.
Bohr R II W0*oa, Mull. Hrauaks
Nchr L Adania, . M*w Bedford
F>hr ? nMrBa Roynolda. Fro'ld'aoa.
S-!kr Mai ta Klemii^. Nicbou. Morwtrk.
Bohr J n Hart, Ul?e?eway. Maw Hum
yebr S W Tyler, Tilar, Rf w Huron
?elir T Banrd. it. HUbra. Wa?u>ort LI.
Bebr Fra??.or.r, Bm'lb. Rondnut for Hartfotd.
Marlta PMaatwa.
Hi*?as ? ? Cihca-aiai. fiom Aatnrrp tut Raw Tork, pit
lata llnllftt I et .. I' i*i Short of ?ml and with aaarfcinorr la
^ jrr.1, h*rl?g rrnor^noo'l h?a?r ametsrly galas the wlmlr
??a"*?gr. tb.l had u> procod uader a low prsasure of steau
Ptkamhip (Jan M?ap?. from Hew Tsrk far BswOrWaa,
w a* -sea -n I ha loth. Ui mlra smith of Caryefort Ra^
with marblaarf dlaihlod, Is tow of U 4 Msamar raul torn
bound to K't Wast for raj*! m.
Nairn R WitAK (Hrar.il, wbleh Waa biirt?ad at
Ol;r est month, la lyl-MI at bo Flerrepmit Wharf. Brooklyn
she la oonp'ewly auitod. all her tlm*?ra gone, and. atrept
Ing a few feet forward, b?ri,t dowa to W'thln throe feri of
h?r roppor. *1 * rai' Maiwlf be (R f* aBfthlng bat brrak
ii(<iu \ lot of daimga-l ii.haoro wae IBM lot of bar yea
lerdiir, wbl.'h ?ppeara To ho all thai ta loft or hM (lift
Bair Caat A Kaaw??.t, which waa ?m ?ro and waaa nk
a' fhot of pier M Kf?, rrmal'aeotrrad by water allow tide
I'ret >-aip>Ba are briuf raa<]a !>y Cfll* Momll. af nt e( the
uadarwrtlera. to iaia? Uar.
Bair Twit ii.'.t? L.rri iwol. Bepi 1# <thlp Talllght, flaw
Llrrroori 'o? Hew V^rfc. ha? p?i baoA her* dlaaia?tas.
r ?ai Vrorrean (Brv at Bo?tr>n llth from Lsa<1>n. rn-H
An.*f *?AM ia*i???'llc lorwaid bore lown to h?r ?vnd
?ar iinliMI bar ?o ha tha ba-h Rr.tMk Uoornof Ll?rrpor4.
witorb aod oKendenod. f ilwarka ar, washad away.
Baaa Mo<4aa. My lar, from Fhlladalphi*. la nr
Baton ha-V ,t jatta-dw ft mtig. e?r jrh a rock, apr'i"* ?
a. aud ;i ptr't ,l rink n*. ??, rw >?h< re .in t?? l pp?
MhUle. wLt?a she ratnalm, .raking IwRy Has a car I of
? as.
Htai Jotufi Ltti't, a. B->awa from Naw OsItam. lot
a*er|oaf4 on l*o M a?? Mr H R I^>rlag, of RaraaUMa,
."sar
I am F-rstaara iBi . (mm w.tmlrgton, RC. fer IJrrr
?vit, Iwf-^o ??ipotu^ aK?n '"tad *1 >aa. baU en boar J tba
If' jwi, p .argo?- bb!? <ruita ta?,vatln?. if* do ruatn,
and l?.<*U feat lama>ar.
?-?WB W*twif4tn Of aad fram hi ? tor 'nt '.Ua'waUr aid
Roibnry, i 4ea with ariaks. l imboraad hairsla, while beat.
'Iig ina *ha -iharf af FaWongill A WaMaee. Uleureataf oa
voaita* lar, ere .^td <m !?? ar a i<j 4U?<1 u*l' '**A twai*
lug her eolpullv that lUU e very title and will have (%
diaoharge largo for rnpalre.
itliiK-ellaueeua.
Stum Hmoi, ballt at Portsmouth. MM, la IM1 UN
Midi, oiil measurement, ni sold at auction on Tuesday far
?^SO.dCH1
Nailer ta Marlam.
aooinciTios or WARAjmm aauuLtno.vs At haxaha.
Uavaka. Sent i- The qnaraaUae regulation* are to be re
duced from this dale forth to (We days for veseels arming
from New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and New Orleans,
bearing a < lean Mil of heal lit, and no slekneee on board, anil
to three da only for those from Boatoo and other porta,
under the aaiuu circumstances as the above.
Whalemen.
S.-lir Cetarsan, Alwood, eld frum 5ew Bedford 13th iust
tor 1'ioviuoeUm n.
Karelin Parta.
Amine. June Sl?? Paseed, bark Wild Quelle, Lewie, MS
day* from M'ork for Klianghae.
Bum. CVI, Aug 13? In port hrlg Chleopee, Kelley, for
G- rfo In a le v days, to load for Boston.
Owiri???. Soj?t S? Arr aehrs De Soto, Pnnaaeola; Mb,
Mcruing Star. Palmer, Chat Itstun; Gib, brig Elizabeth, Ma
thtas Wilmington. NC; sehr SUuotlug Star, Marshall, HI
j ato. Hid Sept 1, brig Ooean Wavij. Coo n be. Boston.
OoHia, \? < A, Aug 1? iu port brig Mai shall, Lee, for Boa
ton 10 days.
IIAV4KA, Sept J? Arr brig Cuba (Br), Maekte. Portland;
sci.r Helena < Br). Kowler, Now Orleans; 4th. fieaeishlp Co
lumbia, Barton, NY"rk; 5th. barks S Hulbrook, Polleys,
Portland Mary E l.lbby, Mumford, Boston; #(h, brig Hello
(Hr), Leohuaen. NYork; tehr Emma, Martinez. Mariel; 9th,
stoaiiiship Hendrlk Hudson, Howoa. Philadelphia.
Fid l?* brig Kitty Cohnrn. Wilson, NYork; 6th, bark St
Jsco. White, Portland; 6th, sehr Kdlth Brown, >iemll, New
Orleans; 7th, hark Arm* (Br), Wencke, NYork; bug Para
gon i Kr), Fenlield. Boston.
Old 7tn. brig Mary t.'obb, Dnnran. Charleston .
lUuraX, Sept 14 ? l'ut in, steamship Circassian. GUIs,
rrum Antwerp via Havru for NYork (set: Marino Disasters >.
lir'Vruoi, Sei-t -?Sid ship Twilight, Mer,hu/>IJin. NYork
(and rut buck 12th dlarnAKted); 12th. steamships Kjioja,
Inglls. and Tarlla. Langlauds Uucbec.
M* '?!. .Quersntwe). Aug 29? Air bri([? Bors'iee (Br),
Holme*, V York and Havana: Oorheter, Humm, NYork and
Nuerlta*; RJ Nash, Portland and Havana; Anna Wrlllnj
t/m. 'olm-'iti. NYork ami llav .ma; schr Jonas Sparks, Crow
ther, Charleston and Havana: *?pt 1. bark Aleiandrii (Br),
l'n. j. It 'bile itud Havana; brlg^ L M Merrit. Eaton, Huston
and Cardenas: 1' M Darrell. Ibor. NYork and Havana: 2d.
Hopr. KTnandet, New Orleans; Willi.ru fljar/orv (Hr).
A '.lid, Boston and Cardenas; Croons. Julio, tialventon ar. J
Cardenas; sehr EL King, Kent, Pensneola: Sd, bsrk John
(iriMln, Straket, Fernanjina. sld Sept 0, bark Mar/arot
(from NYork and Key West). Havana; brlije Harry (from
W dwlniton), Ms faunas: Snow Hiid ifruin Hath), Sagiia; .1
KnlgM ifr m Charlonton', ilardcnaa; l.oalun (Hr, fiom
WiltnlD^ion), Mataiigas; nchr (Jem (frr'm Wllmin.ijtoni, Car
densn; fl,h, Lrlg Willlain Moore (from Savunah I, do.
MiTaNgas. Aug 81? Arr brigs Bella Maria, <i<K>dlni;, I'ort
land : J-e| 1 1, K(ar MptTowr, Mobile; 2d, aohr Wui K St-ven
*on, Urn < II. .lackbonrllii.*; 3d, bri^ Jennie Clark (llr'.t.ewis,
i;?,vp?t.in : schr Samh It Corson, JaekaonrlHe. Sld -t:pl 4,
bar/ Welk'n, Hlsnuiinrd, Boston; 2d, brig ljueen of the Unk
(Br), Scanlle'ourjr, do.
In jKiit Sept 7, barks Elba, Heveren*. for New York. My;
Carl'um. Treesrtln for Hnalou do; brigs Mirrlwa. liavis,
for Baltimore; J J l raier(lia). Drannon, for Holmes' Hoic.
t.bl >'lt b . bark Worvlaide, MeAldey. NeuvlUs.
Sr ViNrgNT, CVI, Aug 17? In por' ba k Aegean, Lindsey,
Air Ifle Hal to load for Newport. MI. for orders.
HtJaoo. Aug Sit ? sld bark Paramount, Wood. NYork.
Kiana, Atli; 27? Arr bark Sam shepherd (Hr), Fri^beo,
Cardenas; 2Dih, ship Kehsitopol (Br). Savin, Havana; 3Wh,
brli;K A Hsniard (Br). Cruteell. MnUuzss.
n Jons. >B, Beiit 13? Arr bibr Watcl mute. Jonea, New
Y'ork; 'uhr Ids J, Sadler, iW>; 141 li, brig hi la. Poob , Phi a
delpnta. Cld 14th. snip LaneatUir. Oeeau. lilverjxxjt. Sld
14th, Kteamwlup Cnited Kingdom (Br;, MiOonald ! from
OlaigOW), NYork.
American Parta.
BOSTON, "-'ept IS? Arr bark Jo?hiu Lorlng, Lorlag, New
Orleans: si'hrs J C Bates (Br). Hankin<<on. ('rand Turk, Tl;
deorge N Uevereux. Smith, Baltimore; I. Kraalcr, St<-e|.
man; II Croskny, Kaekett, and Sarah L Siiumom, Stmmoae,
Philsd'dpiila; U H Morsbon, Corson, Klizab'tliiairt; Charles
W Heivjev, rtnrrett, NYork; Surprise, llrors, J.,. CM
tteamrr W'.llam Pt.'lyde, Powell, KYork; ship New Eng
land, Hodje, Butb; bark Sachem, Kerivan, port? In Africa;
prlgH Elba (Br), Dnvlviu, Huiinntn via Clonee?ter; Klsey,
Carey. Port ?u t'rlnce; srbr M tr.el, Wloehcnba'-h, Waldo
Ihho. Also eld bark Naahwauk (llr). Oerrl .r, Montevideo
and Hum"* Ayros; Oitue (lirdler. Smith, Chilad' Vl.la.
14tb? Arr steamers Salvor anu (ilamais, NYork; brigs
AnraU-, Mobile; Myr .niis, Bait! more: Startled Fawn. Olen
fuego.: Pr deiis, savanna),; bark C V Mlnot, Mobile. Be
low hark Modenn, I'ro.n New Castle.
BALTIMORE, Bcpt 13? Arr srhrs Sliver Lake, Matthev .??.
Portsmouth. N H. Cld scbrs Kno. h Moore, Chanib- r.?. . lev
y Olty: J ilniley, Stophens, Kingxton, Mass: U !t Titus,
MrKi e, NYork. lild hi tg Water WMch, SI J ago de Cuba.
Passed lu (he Canes, 12ih. steaiucra Thames, from New
Vork lor Im' hiugton; schr Mary Loulaa, from Bostun, for
Chap ant. river. Passed out schr Pour 8lsier*. from BMti
?Dme, for Boston.
14th. srr steamer Liberty, Collins, N Orleans, via Havana
and Key West. Holow. brig Jura, from Peraambuco. Cld
birks firemen. PrentwclL r.otu r.lam; Allili, itskrr. Val
mouth: brl^s Curiatlan, liaasu, Honoe, P K; Chenpeake,
Sired. Demerara.
BAN(;OH, Hert 11? Arr brig Hans Arey. NYork; 11th,
schie Alice Cray, C.ray, NYork. Cld 11th, sehrs Windward,
T.ibbv, ..ml II K IVai*on, Vcaiie NYork; I2lli. brig M .'at
lae, I.eiand. Ph11aiHl|ibia, srhrs Joseph M?(7arthy, NYork.
CBARI.EciTON, Hrrit Ilk? Arr steamer K B SoD'ler, Lock
wood, Nx. ?rk : brig Prl.ir-""--a Louise (hwev Kcutoeroner,
(.oueuburg; sehr Naiad <jueen, Chase, NYerk ?id ship
bedberg iflr). Kneall, LiternooL
KEY WEST, Sept 7? Sld bark Aunio M Gray, Oobh, New
Tork.
NEW OrtLKANtf, Pert 7? Arr steamship Ln^or (0r), Ba
ker, Liverpool; whra Elltabeth (Br), Clark, YeraCru*; Cliae
Heai-y. Mewion, Havana.
NORFOLK, Kept 11? Arr eehra Rcnshaw, Bardli e. New
T.irk; Ooeau Ware. TeloU; O P Bluns, Tavlor, and RCA
Ward. Edwards, do.
PHILADELPHIA, Rept 13? Arr e'eamshlpe Rtare Jt
Stripes, Ilolmrs, Havana; Reman, Baker, Boston: echn M
R Keever, tirec.n, B.ancoi ; Eluu Praie es. Sa wyer. NYork; J
Williamson, Boston; B Wilson, Nowell: Pnlly Priee, Yates;
Pathway, Cimpton. end W (1 BartleM, Connelly, do; 8 P
Hawee, oawsoa, a..." Jesnle liarl. 1'iAre-in, I'rovin'-nce : J B
Johnson. Kinith. New London; Arm*nd*ln. Runl er. Hlng
ham. Heading ItaPruad Ho 41, Adams. Bridgeport; Heading
Rallr s.) Nn u, Adams. New Haven; kl It .-amMon, H .mam
Port'month ; 1, 1) B'.iall, la<*. Lynn; J D Ingrabam. Klekln
eon. MtJdletuwn; Albert Fluid, Petilt, Newport. (Tld Meain
slupSsmr, Msi'hews, Bosl ;n: ships HnmboMt, Revsen,
Havre; Corsair, LHm. Marseilles; harks Cyutbia Palmar,
Milner, Oeuoa; A C James, Wetmore. Duehlrk; brigs
----- - ? *- J Wil
Ellen, Lovetl, l^ir':; Frcidie, Aitan, Barcelona; schrs i
tiamsua. Wlnsmo.-e, B(>k<on: Babtne, Morrison, Hucfelaiid;
J 1J lugraham, flleaersvii. Hartford ; K II Daly, Maunders,
Bridgeport; Jas Ponder, Hudson, Ca'em.
poRTIjANU. Sept IX? Arr briga A .ana M Knight. Knight.
B-al'ltuore: E I' Swell. Lawrence, do; N IHosre s, Prein n,
Plitliilelnhla: w' rs.'ulir Croek?r, I>?we, ffoor??towi I1C;
Marena llmiler, Orr Hiltitnnre; Ahee, (,'iiaM, Philadelphia;
R c Wbiblen. Ne-O, do: ilai-visorabtile. Jonea, VTork. Cld
hark Henri P Lord. Plnkham, PhlMMphla.
POBTSMOI'TU, Sep*. 10-Arr srhrs William Boardaaii,
JS'IUH. N Vork; Clara Haitrr. Ph.ladelphla; llth, brig Pren
tiss Hobbs. Moulton. B-.lt1mo?e: 11th. schrs C W Hjrneoa
F-nll, and W S Let, Kojner-, Philadelphia; Abble, Loving,
Baltimore.
PHOVIDVNCB, Sep* 18- Arr (Br^ bark Prsneee Boor
neuf, Periy, \rdrossan; ( Hri brig O Wheelwright, Ralph.
i:?st Harbor. Tl; sdu Moees B Brsmball, Dnvey, Cbarlea
tna; Jehn Sha;', Yai:ghn, (leorgetois n. D< ; Beni Strong,
F.iaiwn, EllMbeibjiort; % Htratton, ('ofilsry, do; Tun s.
Chi.mplln, do; Alf'a, E lton, do; Ann R1:?a, Caswell, do:
Charger. Mahar, do: Almon Barnn, Harl. do; Krsntua
llnaiur-d, Wells. Washington . N J Md s he Miry E Turner,
Camp. Phlladi-iphla; Avou. Ba.ter, do: W M Wileon, Brown,
do; Rb.-psiil A Monnt. Yfruag, Eh/abi'ihport; Htattn
Islsmbir. l'almar, do: 1 H 1 r L. Bulbir, tl a; Hiiiry Casunl,
KaowlOf.do; Cllatou, Borden, do: Dr rranklla, Ooer, do;
Kauny Porn Saundere, do; r.aheces, Fmlth. New Yo. k;
Oeu Sr.iue. fiensui?re. 'lo; l^'igen, Parsons do.
RICC MONO, ?-pt1? -Arrechre Belle, Cemberty, NYerk;
Ueoras Krellf, Cari ?le, and ,lsme?town, Magee. do.
SAVANNAH, Septb? Ajr steamskin Mgliungab-, Cerpen
tel. KYork; brtg Crans, Brute. BeMnare; '.''.c, "brsl on
?oy, Merrill, Book land; Nettle Cnrrier. Carrier, BYork.
Ibtb- Arr Steamship llrrmaa I irinvston. Baser, NVurk.
WTIiM I NQTON, NC, Sept II? AiT sb'aoisiupe Hei>n??
? Iviis, Pi loe, snd Cetharine Whtnng, Baser, NYork ; brigs .1
West Hntehlns, Rasion. Kate I'phara t Br), llsnham. New
Terk , E Miller, Balt1t,' ire; l^nrovana ( llsyilen I Matbein.
Boeton; sehre .'ojin, Mrss, NYork; Uonstitutlon, Bmilh,
l'revldener Clii <iehr L H lurls, Kempton. NYork.
nth- *rr brin Jos'e A DeverKUli, Howes, Philminlphig.
14tb ? Hid i-^sms.'ilpe Rsbooca Clyde, aa# Catkariae W bi
ting. NYork.
MmriUAMEOOfl.
ABHoij tk t>E< :;k: OP DIVOtoCB OBTAIRBD, AC
?>rd)ng lo uat'lU), in riirht .iiflff. iil Ml i laa, Will >lut
tail .or WhMara ''irorta Hcp'-rmhar it.
V. I. KIHU, Boaiwtlnr ?l lit 911 Broadway.
A A. A-ROTAL HAYARA LoTTKRT.
> Friui In ??l.i luf'unuilon fuinhM. high
aai r? "? LMki<t tor r ubl?oca aid all klitdaaf fold and *!l?ar.
1 A I'd , Hanker*. 16 WnU New *orC_
A? a hoop ointment JDALLrm magical uoiuik
Halve I* unequalled; If' pnB'ilkrilV la ate^dtly larreae
ID*, i?t it n ! '? errryth';-* It prof?a*r? m. (tall*. Hcr.'itrbae,
Horn. Kwfl 'nj? mm Rrnlaea arr aafeiy *od rapidly eaied
hf UllA *alee. HoWl bj all druggiau and t iba
Hepatol < nlar alraet. Kew Yorfc.
Ah a*80?xtb ditorce orturbd in art
BUti without mibMcltr or at] oanre. Ma feeaeha.ired
aavil Hlx'iw la |rinM N80BUK LIMOOLR, lawyer, R)
fcaeaan ?' . |j| Saw Y -r* rrtf. a
Dh J tt. Bi'lttMCK,
OF
PHILADELPHIA,
will ><? prof MtfemaUy at bla room*, St Bond ?>twei, Rew
Y?r*. avirr Iu> adAy, from ? to 3 oV: w*.
CONbl'MrriON
CAM BK _
OtTRBD.
Adrian free, km far ao eiaalnaUao with ?? lle?pin.iae
ter I hi; chain I* M. TV Keet'irtwaeier Oetetta Iba Mimical
murmur nf the raeatnuiry arcana, and by Dr itebaok'a toog
and en. aunt prat ik* ran -orrtain aod emplaln In hla patient*
their true oondltloai. whether bronchial, tu boreal. dyapefHIe
or pulmonary enammpUoa. Ha alwaya baa a fall ?upptjr of
??dl' ina? at hta rootnv which eaa ha bad aay day of lbs
<wl. A'l of llr. Mtcnrk'a medleloea h?w a in\<runaai
?tamp on them with hla likeae*! aa ba li aow aod aa he waa
when la lb* Inet au?e of <*>*>??'? plot. DIM AH RAHMva
A CO.. wh.ileeale Ajeate*! Maw York.
DIYORORR UW1A1.LT ORTAIBBD IN RKW TURK
aad ntkr hi* tea. without pubtkdty nt fan llll divorea
aratila'l. t"0ii?> Itatirwi fr*? M HoWBH.
Altar nay at.d <V>unaeB>r, TB Nuaau ?ir?et.
F!5
INI? DOUKI.K orm, Bit
I UOUBI.B GURU. Bl*
.l i J. BR11BM, N?v Ml Unwwy.
HEMORRHOID* CORED WITHOUT ER1KB OK CAUR*
tie.? AMentlrn In Dlacaaae of I'etoir Ylarere. Delunnl
tir- of Kyra, 1??, Pe.-e ana Pareun. Hthlll A DAM
1ELH, M. I) . Rn ??it. Not Calnn aquara.
pRF.PAKRU OIL OP P ALU A XII MACB.
rRKSIRVISW." RR'TORIRO
ikiitipvini) thk hair.
and I* tha iwai .1?li?hlful aod aao.rititrful ar*!Mhr ww H
< ?rr prodU' M.
lAdtcawlll 'lii l !t *</' nnlv a mwaly to Raatora,
Brkan and Ba.i.llfT IV Mair l.iit alao a >ia?lm*ita> artirla
tba foILt aa I' la Mtfeljr |?r''!T?"<1 wl'b a -l^h and .Mil
rata parfmn* ind'panrteBl of lh? Iturti1 .itkir it tha oll? of
palm and amor.
?UK MARVri. OP PKRI?.
A NEW ASO liKU rifOL rBRPt MR.
Tar 4*llraCT of thia ii'i ghtfi.l ntraet a id Il? wriuVfnl
lantlng q'iaf1tl< ? ?n> Uif J 'aiw-l by ? n?th" f af Ih- Alnd
kn m? it Uia world, and ha?r ? ?n.p-d !l tV t.r plua 'il .??
of
I ta abora artlrlaa fn- aala by alt il <u<lal? and part i- T?ra.
i Rice #' r? h i)<>rri,rKAi u.
Rani Iqr ari-rra? to ny cliiraaa hj tba pniwIwR
WfN.'R f CaVTmAR VFRWIPTllK.
Por ptpV'.t i*ti worw-'
*. manilvr, II I* t \m o.ilr |h. ? g thai <vui M <to??-iul?.i >ip?n.
I ..aa l.a I > i of trial an J n*a tlwan Ufa liai'^l *th
|?T b>' iba a?i S.rli >?
price Jk < >;*tr pkb iOTTi-r.
V ?! ?al? "j >H druaasa a, a i fc*
T W RtttMf C ?-?O., S?^> rwji'R
PW Mbatly al., Naw T<ark.
SIRAHRi rti r.H A Rt'ilN a* alAlllXN LA N II
latpnrtara af T iya. ''hlna aod Paooy (to. i.a.
Offar t'ta larjaat aai IT I n ?? lb< lawaat aaarkat frMa
SrtMMRRlRU Ct?R? f? BP RATI r PaTRNTIIi AT
pii?n?aa. Pnr p\mpbtol *n4 djiwl'ga daaarrktof <ba
raaaf, a'draaa Aiaapami A Ca , W7 Wa??? 7"? *?*' lS"*
Raw VafR. ar 5S IM Paai aSw
cnoMT opeb a novum .
QBOSBY OPERA llO USB.
THB GRANDEST ART ASSOCIATION
EVBB PROJECTED '
IN THE WOULD I
THOUSANDS Of UHAREB SELLING
III
NORTH, SOUTH, BAST AND WBAT1I
THE CAN ADAS
JOINING IN THE SUPPORT ON
MB. CBOSBY'8 GREAT BNTBBPBISE 1 1 1
A FORTUNE
TO BE OIVBN FOR F I YE DOLLARS 1 1 1 1
TUB END RAPIDLY APPROACHING 1 1 1 1 1
GENERAL GRANTS OPINION
OF THE
FIRST PKEM1UM,
Tbe iMt notes of the tost serenade have di?l oat, u4
now that 11 to all over, there ii UUto left for the Presidential
party to look beck on with pleasure except the entertain
ment at the Opera Uouae. Seward said to Welle* that It had
been the moat enjoyable thin,; of the trip ? the first lime he
had bad a rent alnce leaving Washington. Great courtesy
was shown the party un<i tiie representatives of the Press by
the proprietor of the Opera House, and the party generally
had a look through it. ,
Some pleasant reunions took place in the Art Gallery be- (
tween General Grant and other officers, a delegation of*
the boys in blue from the interior towns having hunted
htm out. The General was truly pleased at the meeting
with old soldiers, who had obeyed his orders from Donel
?on to Vicksbuag, and it was an affecting sight to see
tbe meeting between two or three crippled veteran* and
himself.
Hogan, of Mltnonrl, and scvcrul of the party were engaged
In hunting for lu'-kj numbered tickets, and ^ach hopes he
has it, as Grant said it wooi.n ire a bio diuw. "Yes," re
marked a soldier; "but nothing like the draw we made en
rations onee around Vkkaburg. 1 '?Correspondence New York
Trtbune, Sept. 7.
THE FIRST PltEMIUM,
THE CROSBY OPEKA HOUSE, IN CBICAOO,
situated on Washington timet, with a frontage of 140 feet
and a depth of 1M. It 1* bunt of marble, and four spacious
stores on either siiis of the en ranee ball, with the offices
and studios above them, produce an AGGREOATE RENTAL
ef $30,000. Of tbe auditorium of the Opera House no de
scription can here be attempted; but the acleal coat and
valne of this splendid bull ling, conceded to bj
ONE OK THE FINEST IN THE WORD,
amounts to
SIX HUNDRED TH< i I'&AND DOLLARS,
with mors man ttibke ?tntmmo
VALUABLE Oil. PAINTINGS,
KBOM TUB Finer AMERICAN ARTISTS,
AS ADDITIONAL PIUKE8 ! I 1
Among which are the following
CELEBRATED MASTERPIECES :
BIKR8TADTS 6RUAT PAINTING, "THE YO- SEMITE
VALLEY."
Vnlued st $30,00$.
CBOPHEY-H GREAT WORK,'\*N AMERICAN AUTDMN, "
Valued at $3,0u0.
SCHUSSEL'S GREAT NATIONAL PAINTING OB THE
AMERICAN At T1IOK8,
?' WASHINGTON HIVING AND tliS FRIENDS,"
Valued at $6.?J0.
BAST'S CHARMING AND CBLE ABATED PAINTING
or AMERICAN Bl'KNKKY. 'WO<l Da 1M AUTUMN,"
Valued at $6,000.
MEYBB'S CKLEHKaTBD PAINTING,
"ilKCOGNIl ioN,"
Valued at $&,0UU.
BEARD'S GBEAT WESTERN LANDSCAPE, "DEER OB
THE PBA1RIE,"
Valued at $4,000.
OIGNOUX'S MAGNIFICENT LANDSCAPE, "ALPINE
8CKNEKY "
Valued at $9.(11)11.
AN WELL Aft WORKS BY ALL THE LEADING AB
TISTS OF THE COCN I KY.
CONSTITUTING THE GRANDEST COLLECTION OB
UCOmMATBLY AMERICAN WORKS OF ART
BBOUGHT BBmJkE THE PUBLIC.
THE SHARE* MILL BE ONLY
FIVE DOLLARS EACH!)
Tbey will be issued upon
TBE FOLLOWING PLAN:
For $&, one share or oertinoue. with one of the following
beautiful Htoel Engravings:?
??THE LITTLE WANDKRKR," by THOMAS READ;
? GATHERING APPLES." by JEROME THOMPSON.
For $10. two shares or oettlfieafiM, with the superb Steel
Engraving of
"WASHINGTON IRVIN.i AND HIS FRIENDS."
For $15, three ebares or certificates, with the fine Alle
gurical Engraving on Steel,
?' MERCY'S BREAM.'- I. y D. HUNTINGTON.
Far tJO. foar (bare* orj cerllfleHia*, with the tplendld
Chrnmo Engraving ' ;?uM ofliulrr.Iy by the Crosby Art
AartcWoa ),
"A* AMERICAN AtTHMN," by J. P. PROPHET,
Willie lor 9X0 tfn tbanaa or wrlMotM art mm4 . wHk
a choicI liTrTsrs pro*>p
of either "Iirlnf and HI* frlenda," "Marry'* Drw," ar
tkr 'American Vutuma."
TAJU. NOTICE.
All ?ub?cri.ieri will rrc--l?a Ut> ir .-kok* of ?M as' Ike
ab-AO ?
rfn.fc.RDID STEEL EN<,r.A VINOH IMMEDIATELY
TllEY rillbnCtURR.
TllCR UF.CI'J V INO THR VaLI'K UP THEIR MONEY
, AT ONCE.
DETAIL* OP~Ti7e DRAWING.
11* ul ?r>pi'?n ty>o?s, ou b-1114 elo*?d. will ba placed In
tt ? hau.ll* tif Ike feUatHMj fi4t;.nw>n, ?a? have * '<d!y run
at- 1 M to .ci a? ibu U.icagu member* of ike roouaiiloe to
aon tucl tt-e ?? ?. ' of pr*inlujn?:?
W 1 1 j.' < M f. CO? ?Lmacuk, PrMtdant 1'ntoa National
Bank.
A VOR T. H ALU Trraaorer C , B. and Q. Railroad.
K. ?>. il ALL, Hail, Eunhark k 1 >0.
( L.NTON HKIiHiS. Kiinr, Url?s*AOo.
J. C. Do KK rteatdentof 1 be Hoarder Trade.
.lAMF.s lTfOWE>. Preowieui Third National Rank.
JAMKrf C. PAKUO Hu(>?rinu.i?drut ABtriru kaiNa
PKAMOiH A. HO? FMaM, fc.t Llrtilroaut (loreixot
I. V. HUN IT MuuuAHwU, Li'raWr.
t. A. ELLIH, Piacidaut se-onrt Mam-oal Rank
bwe irenDrmen. logviher w.lb ?i?h 1 ibera from riifei
enl (?ar.?i r the aoantry ?a they ma> add la thru number
lot ta? j/u'poee ol fairly ref>#eaeuuu? ">? ?barebaidera al
Urg*. *111 *??<" Um
fxiLL MANAtiEMRNT Of THR AWARD IM ALL
IT* Ilk TA I Lit.
The plan of Mm aerari adopts I* th? folio win*:?
Two b'iu4f?d and leu lbou??ud niralmra, r?pu ? *LOMti* Die
aeruacauoa laaoad, will be pi*>-?d In one whA-l, and ikr?e
haiKlred aail twu ItcaeM. in*oriL*<d wiUi Ute >.?!??? of Us
Ermmum*? ?a wk: tbe (Mara H>m? . tlire? hut?'lr..l palnt
<?*. and Ike be a uf Uneebi will be piaeed In anotlwr,
? n?m Uieea wheel* e aural* r aim a p: m om * ill be drawn
K.inultHueuualr, ibe uiuaber drawn, la ?a<b laetanor. t. kio?
lb* |*tMr?aa d"Wn wltb It.
Rl'EClAL CARD To TUB RK.tDRR
i IJK CROell t Ol'ERA Hi'l'H ART ASSOCIATION
ta no (.(teakrrprlae. *^d tauet net be eaifonndad with Dei
tar Gift CoaaarU, wbicb hare been M-erliael la veka plaaa
?l Ike Opera Ho ta* wlthtnt Um> vi<bnrt| ar .i>a*ent at t ae
PnyiHtaw,
|? Ali ordert for Ort'Aeatee '.r rikerae. ?M ?n ?;?kl ' an
?anleatloo* *h? ikt be addr^aeed ta
0. H t RO??Y. ketnary A 4,
I'RIKCIPAL EABTt.RN OPHCE
THE ART IWHTITCTE.
Ho. Ctr. Hmadway, Raw Tort.
fl RANCH AOENCT-ROOT A ANTUOIf.
Na. il Kaaaau itreet, near Wall.
?KOORLTR M0**1" 4 eft>
Ma. Ift Pnlhni atiwt, Brookijn.
?<I'E< I \L NOTICE.*
HI CITIIliWlt A*l> M?AR0ERi? . ^
opRitiKa or rnE **t oAttj?m i* n?R
ETRMIN*.
/ke nailer a a(M Dree' y Art A*eat^...a, M Ma Art I
Toatit e*. cat H eerf?-?. <*+" *?? imfcRn. ?fl>
rrnilan* *?.
kvm>?~ E-.Rfflirf.
eatn tka award a# pnml tfwk^. lata* Mm*
xpmi RRioi ' ? ^
PRIZE COKCBBT.
LAST _
announcement.
capital raita
TU1RTT THOUSAND DOLLARS.
We k?? Um pleasure to announce to the eltue.u of III
United State* til?t
KELLE Y'tt 0 HAND
NORTH AMKRICAK
pjujf
OONCKRT
WILL FOaiTIVBLY TAKE PLACE AT Tat:
WABASB AVKNUE RINK, '
CHICAGO. ILL.,
PRIDAT, HEPTKMBER J8, IMC.
OR
TOUR MONET WILL. BE REFUNDED.
OR Wu7cil TIME
HALF A MILLION DOLLARS IN PRISES, INCLUDING
$100,000 IN UK BEN BACKS,
WILL BE PRESENTED TO TICKET HOLDERK.
SPECIAL CARD.? We take pleasure In announcing ti,??
w? hare met with unparalleled suooeaa, Id apite of the mani
swindling scheme* that hare been preaeuted to the people
by Irresponsible parties. '1 bis List consideration baa. how.
ever, operated todelsyour sale ami prevent our aftru.U from
pro;>eily reportlug. until we were fully ablu to satisfy them
that our rnteiprlse is wlutt It ha* been representee to ?h\ In
cou'e.tuenre, we ere compelled to extend the tlmn of i!>t*
lug until the Mill of epteintier, at which time the Illinois
btate Pair will t?? held. ? hen It will positively occur.
Arrangements are now being mude lor tlie drawing. Th,
checks, S# 0n0 In number, are nearly ready. The plau ot
drawing adopted la the followl ig:? Duplicate ril-i he i < from
one t.> .'4*1, (*?> are plscrd n it w heel; I he llrat number drawn
out Ukea the higbeat p>lxe. the next the second highest prixe,
and aoou until tne whole 0U prixe-, an- dra? n; the whole
drawing to bo superintended by a committee appointed b*
the audit nee. The Wabaeh A renur Rink hae boon engaged,
as will be seen by the following:?
Chicago. August 31, 1R'?
This is to certify that M"j?rn, A. A. Kelley A (V. Imve thin
day leaned the Wabii?h Avenue Rink for the evening of the
i!8th day of heptember, and pabt for the nine the um ?>f
three hundred dollars (300;. J. 11. JOHNSON Y CO.,
Lesfoia of the Kink.
We advise nil jiartles wanting tickets to send tor them a;
once, aa Ihe books will be cb,.<ed on Kriday evening, ,u>pteia
ber iS. and the drawing will then commence. AU orders fot
tkketR will promptly be tilled.
NUMBER OP TICK KTS ISSUED, MO." X
PK1CK, $1.
This is the greatest inducement ever offered to the people
of the Uuited Slates.
EVERY OTI1KB TICKET DRAWS A PRIZE.
1 Gift tn Greenbacks >30, 0m
1 Gift in Greenbacks 10, <Xln
I Glfl in Urei nliacks &,(XK>
1 Gift In Greenbacks 4.000
1 i.ifi In Greenbacks 9, <100
1 Gift in Greonbttcn* jaw
at (Jilts In Greenback*, il "01 each 31.000
S?> Giita lu ti een'uoki. M0 ear h H1.000
ifll Gift* In Greenback*, I bejch IJ&ai
21) (iifts in Creenbucka. SO each 1,000
? 0 i;|IU m Greenback*, 10 each 8 ,(*??
1,01:0 tllltoUn Greenback*, 'Beach A <W
i Gift Residence in Chteago 8.000
M) Gift Lota in Chicago, ?SX) ejeh .''1,00?,
t'liiift Pianos, $i<k) e eb MlMi
SO Gift Melodemia $!.?> each 3,0*'
W?l Girt HII lea ejtii 2.0?
Hn Ullt Go d Wulcues, $1.V) each DO.Oilf
W?i Gift Gold Wiitclien, (iOi ea< h 10,060
KM) Gift Silver Watches, $>? each 13.009
StJ Hilt Mhrer Wawhes, IH i e eh 12, one
1,0110 Set Plated Ten .p?nii", (3 eiob &.0M'
1,000 Call Bells. tweh 3,000
1.tflO I'lati'd Fruit Knlre-, each iUK1
ZQ00 <>o!d Pens, In boxes ft .;aeh .. *,0*>
Z'*IU Photograpli A bums, ft each 10l?l>
2, ft 0 (fold reuholdeiH, $!> ?ac!i 10W
230.04$ Gifts, worth. . 13S lta:-t
EVER* OTUi:R T1CKF.T DRAWS A PRIZE.
Tho drawing win take pi ice after the Concert, |wh*r*
90.000 persona can witness It. A eoinratUee will be . tan
by the audience to Uke charge of the tame.
All agenta and purcUaiers will be supplied w'U a c ort+rt
let of the drawing as soon as pubtlaiied.
Ticket" are for aale at the principal news aftib. - ?, hotel*
and bookstores, and at oar ofbee, 100 Randolph atreet. Psire
of tickets, f I each. Sent by mail on receipt ef priee ae?
three cent stamp for return postage.
Great Inducements ao; ufleivd UiafenM, who ate -sanleJ '
eTerywbere. Write for our terms at oaee. Heud >sfunm?i
with appllealtoe.
SPECIAL TERKri. OR CLril RATRH.
A Tieke ta to oue addrena for . .ft..-* .
!? do do do '? ( .
W do do do 11 A,
90 do do do ...?
V) do do do #'
M do do do IT 4 '
In eTory case send the name of each seberrlber and tk
Pent offlee sddreee. Meney by ?i.afta. Pest oMca eider,
preee or la registered lettera may be esnt at our risk.
EVERT OTHER TIC* h.T PRAWS A PRIXf
BIIHWt
T*ri'ln, MeRellop A Co., tvmtmerdal Aeeney, Chiaare; Ixs
O. Whitford. whoteaole paper deale', Chicago: J. K. l iMla
con A Co., publlabeni. 1'hiladelphia. Pa.; fiWaMnn AU..
puhllehers, aew *erk iJoua ?. Potter A Co., publishers
Philadelphia, PA.; James I.. Harlem A Co., Importara, New
York, Van Vaaenbergli AC*, importer* Now York; R. *
Uobb, Chicago; Creetiy A Ainswusth. publisher*, B'.'Um.
UN AHA i fcl> KUSn
POR I'l't KRTSI
THE DEMAND CONilMJALLT INCREAf 1\?;
MOOD TICKETS
HOLD IN A MNULR DATt
THB WUoLY" COUNTRY
ON THE QPI TivEl
tiKUhtfS
CONfcTAN i'l.V A11III VIN<1
nmm
MA INK TO GEORGIA,
rmum
1MB AUT ANTIC TO~IIB PAdPtC
rwa
NORTH AMKHIOAN PRIM
CONCERT
IN Til.; VAN.
ITS WOuiTiritE RIVALS
MITakUlD.
TVe puMte, wHk one mini heetew then pair. u..j ? ur-e
tbn
HOST RELIABLE GMT < >RGAN1IATH? IN flip
UKITKU ?rATi:S,
tad. bating fall ceaManae to Ike rfDm'wa or 'M pwrn
tola rf
A. A. Rgl.t.KY * CO -H
NORTH AVKRICAR
CRIIK IMXCERT.
Mmllf. an<l iktlifttUtM ??r* > ???
kth mnrAirii
rot a nciif wn.i. kf.main vm*jLi>
R1UD WHAT THR ?~lli"i'ACH> r REM HAYK
K*rj rrJOol Oirr K'rrTarw!** ? Tka Drat tu mn'iMi ? V
Iko <i'l ? Kntanrlaa biislot** id < nn.ao >u U* flrri *.( *
A. Kelt*? A ?*>.. la? Hi at HTi IUi.4>3|>h ?irMl. M" , .1 >??
tto4 wim?int?r ikalr at<wa. ?!n?b uamul two ar tb-rr yftr
ag'>. m?i? ?wnf pariltaarl baeta ud <Hk?r ?? ?u?
war. m larky ?? ?n AimI wit'i Ibrlr purrh.ua* I! Ml' ?rkt '
r/.Ull ?1 Ibaai M ??li.u4a (lit* ?? i*wmry nr ot'iar k r ft I
rbuaaanda af otir rlut-wt aaro ik'ia lnnuMli a*t* (Rear
kara tkabaaia*?)e?<iia<h*i Ma* r? KrllrjAro ? !*??? 'n
fora all Miaj p?T>rii??, tiuil tk-j ark honorakk) mat., r>1 <(r
buMM-aa bou<>-?i?> aiMl an ika ?n i?ra Tbur M.li ranat .
,iU. |o h# on* of lb
??" tha aaiici of iJm iXi^inru ikat ktn ut ?
(tan In *.klr*4'>.
I. rtia <iluKUi*M>tlNtf4 arc all thai ?h?y?i - r?| r
to 09.
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