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Stinging Speech of Mr. Van Wyck of New York—The Chivalry Enraged by His York—The Chivalry Enraged by His Home-Thrusts. Mr. Van Wtck, tba Republican mambar frarn tba Oranfa Diitriot, Naw Tork, in former party tiroaa waa a diactpla of SLlaa Wrijht, and eoniecjncntl rtprstanti tba Republic ru ef Democratic antacadants. Ha poaae.iaa a fine voice and powera ol aloculion, and U cool, rea olata, and fearlaaf. After harinj l attned in Hence for two montbe to a daily flood of in active and denunciation poured upon the peo ple of the Kortb and their cheriahed inatitu tioni, be embraced the firet opportunity to lapel them, aad turn tae tabloe upon the fira-ea'.ere. Xhiahe diJ in one of the ipicieit, tharpeet, and moat atinging apeeobee ever delivered in the Houee. Tbeattempte to bally and brow beat him to tilence - Davie, Gartrell, and etbere, whose withera were terribly wrung by Van WyekV pungent faruthi, paased by him aa tha idle wind. Ha kept right on, probing deeper and deeper the tender epote presented by Southern blusterers. The passage between Van W,ck and Davie, of Miss , on the subject of slave burnings, we have given our readers, aad we add a few more of the pungent paragraphs of the speech. In replybg to the gasconade of the disunion Democrats ' that a Republican President should not be inaugura ted in the Capitol, if elected, Mr. Vaa Wyck said : How will you prevent it? I judge from your military preparations you mean by foree. Where will you get yoor gunpowder 1 You make none couth of Delaware. Where will you get your fire. arms 1 South of Mason e Dixon's line you manufacture none in all your borders. Can yon retain it now by force! If so, you will do infinitely better than you did in 1814. Tba English then, without an, fear, could have crowned a king in your Capi tol. I bey drove five thousand of your men from Bladensborgh; and although jou knew the design of tba enemy was to invade and burn, yon retreated, and stopped pot lo fire a gun in . " tielpoce. ,UT "ougo tot your ooorsge, nor reflect np I ii-. -oiivesi X but brd the opinion that, on your u. stood amid the rocke of Kef. bad the Capu ,uoll 0( the North, five England, or the i. b,e .truck, thousand of her yroL. ia jjj defence. Since and if necessary, peiiahew -,u tea TCTy that time, some of your peo -ru oow GoT solicitous about tbe archives, a . peai Wise, in 1856, had Fremont been ele.. - -,ajM(j dent, was prepared to march with one hi. .T. thousand men to the Capital, and seixe the a.. chives: but some persona very wickedly sug gested that it might be the Treasury he was after. Impossible! who ever alleged that a Southern Democrat waa actuated by mercenary motives ! This pat historical reminisconce stirred up Pryor, of Virginia, prodigiously. Tha wicked eoolness of Van Wyck, however, was equiva lent to "What do you propose to do about it?" and the frenzied fire eater did nothing. In another part of his speech Van Wyck said : You charge upon the North an occasions outbreak of disorder, for which the guilty are nunished. while your own people violate tbe laws of you State and the natural rights of tha white man. condemn him witnout trial, and inflicting barbarious punishment without judicial judgment and eeatenee. some men of South Caro ina arrested a iroe white laborer, mobbed him in the streets of their city, subject ed him to stripes at the hands of a slave ; all in violation of the laws of the State. You may boast of your chivilry, but auch met are daa tarda, whom it would be 'base flattery to call cowards." Tha slave trader lands a a vgo of human merchandixe from Africa, and your juries refuse to punish the pirate. A months ago, a woman with a sick child driven from a village of Georgia, because e. bad written to ner lnends at tba Aorth her im- pressions about slavery. A whole community, the Bareane, were exiled from the soil of Een tucky for no crime; they were only obnoxious in entertaining the opinions proclaimed by Washington and Jefferson. Are euch the men yon propose arming to seixe tbe Capitol and archives 1 Best assured braver men than they fled from the British in 1814. - . Crawford, of Georgia, and Burnett, of Ken tucky, tried to interrupt him, bat ha want on with his remarks ; In the history of the country yon provoked and incited a controversy in which vou met Northern bravery faee to face on the plaine of Kansas, and yon quailed belore it and lied Ask your border ruin in banditti what th.vy think of Northern courage ? After the fight ai' Usaawatomie, wnere iirown received his cog nomen, your men cowered at the very thought ot meeting tbe stern freemen oi tbe .north, sua tained by right, in battle array, and they made a precipitate night, not waiting lor tbe morn ing dawn, in apite of just such vaunts and boasts aa you daily make on the floor of (his House. Talk no more of Northern courage. xou baveielt tbeir steel and seen their metal. Your knowledge of hietory will teach yo that the most unconquerable bravery eomee from the cold climates and rough regions of northern aoun tries. Af aia 1 aak, why do gentlemen una laix : mars; tne srst and second wars with England I To tha charge that the North did not per form its share in achieving the independence of the ooloniea, he made reply : Maasaehasetts has able sons to defend her reputation ; but I do know she was first to light tbe flames of tbe Revolution ; and I believe she will be the last to deeert the witch-fixes ef the Union. Tbe eloquent genUeman from Vir ginia, (Mr. iioteler), in his endeavor to fasten an nnkind imcctation on the North, ia mv judgment misconceived history when ha said Virginia, In 1775, sent succor to Massachu setts. I here was no narrow sectionalism ia those daya. When tbe militia of hie native county marched to Msssaebueetta, it waa to fight the battles of Virginia ' it waa to vin. cate tbe rights and strike dowa tbe enemies-of Virginia. The battle for your rights, g6nt!e men, waa fought on Northern soil ; your b omes a long wbile were untouched bv tha f,,r.in invader; for many years your buildinpa-were left free from the torch of tbe Hessian incendi aries ; your women trout incignitiee, and your helpless children from a cruel death. The im pulse of freedom wse equally strong in Virjm. and Massachusetts ; it was tba cov. cfth4 tkt United Cokmiu ; but Massachusetts, (hast now, lor natreo oi ijranny, waa deaigrtated tbe victim, and lea ine van in freedom's amy. Ion boast tbal yoa gave ua a Wash ington, and like Moees of old, he) led our armies tbe promised land: but his Joshuaa and Aarons bs gathered from tha North. i When the North thought too wanted heln it sent yon Lincoln, then Gates. At Camden j ou had a sufficiency of tronna. Tm, amv num bered four thousand, anrl th. ih.- and ; yet you were overborne. I would scora charge it to a bck of eoursge. Then it seat old Quaker of Rhoda I.i. r.. n - ndT"."Te?the of Carolina and drove'' ana .nu irom your borders. In 1781. when Cornwall; . j gioia, although Clinton had a lam ft.. .k. A bay, aad a large army in tha city of New Tork : with brave impetuosity ha marched his North ens army, and, with their tents, they "encamped on southern soil;" and tha evening of the IStb day of October, 1781, drew its mantle over the mingled end lifeless northern soldier on the field of Yorktown. Kirg mm's titit "had htenritum td," and tbe evidence were the bonee left white ning on your cunny plains. Several of the fire-eaters had in their speech es cast their aspersions upon tha patriotism of the North from tbe dava of tba Revo lution to the present time. Van Wyck returned tbe compliment after this ctyle: After the attack on Charleston, in 1774,you were free from a foreign foe until 177S. Then the enemy removed a part of his forces to the 5outh; because he expected sympathy aad suc cor from ths Carolines aud Georgia, on account of tba great number of tones in those states; and bs did receive it. At the battle of King's Mountain in tbe enemy's rank of fifteen hsnd- rsd, probably thirteen hundred were Csrolirdk and Georgia tories; hence the opening of a new eeat of war in the Sooth. I speak not to your injury. Nooountry ever produced truer, braver patriots, than the Carolines and Georgia. They bad a stern eonfliot. They had to fight the English on the coast, and their tory coun trymen at the hearthstone. The greatest cruelties and spoliation you suffered was at the hands of your native Tories; and from threats of rebellion and violence 1 conclude their ittctndant are aumeroit on that soil. With their blood seems to have descend ed their principles. One more extract It is in reply to the threat made by a disunionist that the South would muster half a million of men, seixe on tha Cap itol, then march North and conquer and sub jugate tha Free States! To this plantation gasconade he answered: The honorable member from South Carolina, Mr. (Ashmore,) in his speech on Thuaday last in an eloquent and glowing description of the South, presented to our imaginations an idea of greater proportions tban tbe grand army Napoleon led to Moscow. - They will probably take counsel of prudence and remain at home; tbey might find a Russian winter in their path. Doea the gentleman, candid and frank as I know him to be, forget that portion of his his tory which assures him that many good men in the South dreaded rebellion agoiust England in consoquence of the insecurity that would follow to slave property that this system of bondage prevented bis people from bestowing tha full measure of their abilities to the cause of Independence? that two of the serioui de feats you suffered in the South were In conse quenoe of your chattels suddenly converting themselves into sentient beings, and leading the enemy upon your armies? Are not the obsta cles which your fathers encountered increasing every year, not only from the addition of num bers, but the intelligence wblch you say yon are implanting in their minds? Will the slaves quietly stay at home and work, while the kind hearted patriarchs are engaged in the easy task of chastising the "Northern heathen." Sir, 1 desire not, I will not, suffer myself to institute a comparison between the North and South, but when gentlemen talk of armies of one hundred thousand to control opinion in the North, it must be they are talking to amuse our fancy; they certainly are not weak enough to suppose they can excite our fears. If a book of two hundred pages convulses your empire, and is so deadly a spark in your dangerous "isgaxine; if John Brown and twenty followers 'I frlirhtpn Tour hrave men. anrl maka couiu -ien nervous, as one ot your V irginia your wo. in the late State trials in that ' u, . ! annpoelvoa ha anv rloln State, do not dec. . -f -j -- toihilate eighteen million sion that you can Charg not upon us the foUy of your weak ness. Envv not the Xortb. You possess now more than half the Union, to 'M delusion of Northern freemen; with a climate genial, to nurture the fruits of the tropics, and a soil ri valing that of the Nile in richness. Saving the blight of Slavery, "among the smooth stones of the stream is thy portion:" while the North wrestles with the waterfall, digs into the moun tains, struggles with the quarry, and cultivates, here and there, a fruitful valley. Be content to let slavery wear itself cut on your own soil. Insist not upon your expansion theory, nor plant on that virgin soil a servitude which will disgrace it; for your own negroless whites feel more keenly than we, that 'Tha lalsaof the slave ia In. acorn of I'i. fr.." The speech was finished amid the ferocious scowls of the disunion Democrats. A taste of tbeir own medicine threw them into a paroxysm of rage. Perhaps it will teach them to be more circumspect hereafter in their assaults upon the oeoole of tbe North. cote, grialXG GOODS. I860. SHERWOOD & OAKLEY'S CHEAP CASH STOKE! 343 Superior Street. 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All stylM of Uiaabaai.. with a naltltade of el bar good., arn .iu( j iuj iai m w, at a-rr low prfBS, at arlll MOBQAN a ROOT. marie CITY MILL8 STORE.-10 CiSES Pilala lau oolera worth la p-r yard, sold f.n-aicht osui. MOHOAN a BOOT. CJILR'S. A NEW ARRIVAL OF MOBQAN a MOOT. cktueo styles, very uhees. li. l. It aid win & Co. WILL OFFER ON MONDAY, 5th V F last., a Terr Una ss tort snoot of TRATELIJiC INK ITEEBT DRESSES, eoMPBrsIHO Real Ooftti' HairCaasMlw Oamstdt Plsttls, Builerion Plsids, Potl de Chevres, Y sienna Reps Irish Poplibs. Eos; ish Poplins, KaUia Pup1 IDS. FsAflf de fitssj, Cuttoaets. Bates; Aoflaa, R is or it. Norwich Popllritjls, aiid etUer. S I. BALDWIN It CO. PER STKAMER UVEB POOL- ETNA, FROM I Case. Praoch Goods Brail, lies Vriia, Laea Haad Oraal-a. Crotchet Catuat, all caasra. Gold TrlEuainra. ChaaiUe and Prrneh fnltna. HKTTBEHG k HATJ'MANN. B. It. KEJYIfJUiZi at CO. ANOTHER NOYELTY. COLORED EMERALDA, For llnilersleeves. VERY DESIRABLE GOODS, Jost raclvad by rl$ H. D. KENDALL B CO. Ghallie De lainet md iivm. THAVK OPENED THE CHALLIE L UK LAI Mr 8 asd LAWNS, lait arar from laar aaa sua, which will a adarad Liwoa, at 8 cts par rain, Chal li. D. Lalnea at 11M a.. wanh vj to XI et. oar j.nl; Ja rnets at 13 1 to laV au, worth to 17 1-1 cn per ysid: aad otkar 8ariD; coons at low in.as Those wiaaiua ai callaat aariaia. aia rcaaaaled U call sood at HIMAN'8. arT CamarSapanor St. aad PubUe SqQara BUY YOUR HOUSE-KEEPING aad liaaa Goods st . HVUAN'8. arT Cora.r Superior St. aad Paahe Cqaare. PURTAIN MUSLINS.-I HAVE A V J aara larra atoek id Ijm bm! W... l. f . i It 1-3 eia par yard la lh. fioaat analitr Parr.n ,n,.a . - ta rerchaaeeartaioa will an uurav br eslliaa oa arT Coroar .aparisr St. aadPablk Sqaara. "PINE CROTCHET BRAID Re- ft UT MAM' eciveo irus osr, at aria Ceniftr lopsrlof St. aad Pabh Square. FREEMAN & KELLOGG. (RAND OPEXIXU 0i" BPRINO DRESS GOODS! FRIDAY, MARCH 16th. 1860. BLEOAST BLACK SIL21, BBAt'riFtTL riGVEID 1IUXS, rODLARO IIXK3 Pool Da Clisrres, lKptrlal f oaiaxds, T-li Da Teaiee, Tslanelsa, rhaU, r. Lain s, PnUaa, rtXlfCH OUtGHAill, rKENCH PKIKTC. EKeLUH PBJLNTa, And wa would call the particular attention of ths Ladles to our stock of TRAVELING GOODS! PLAIN CLOTHS, STRIPS CLOTIIi. U5I6H CLOTHS,; " NAHKEEjrtTTB, COTTOKBTTi, PLAID LCSTBtS. MlITtrBKS, " ropuMf, Oar Stock of SPRING SHAWLS IB TEtT LABOE. BROCHE STRIPED SHAWLS, DOUBLE AND SINGLE B ROCHE. STELLA 8HAWLS, CASHUERS SHAWLS. CLO AKI1VGS Of ETEBY BTTLS. AT FREEMAN & KELLOGG'3. rpHIS SWEEPER IS UNEQUAL- 1 i fcD, ftod aslstts all olHors, as It Is ofwraLeal a iber tend which is sesurd by pstoat (heoeo its aaate( soil neither cuts th esroet. rattles or runs herd like fvar wheels and It b Lh wsys A rooes can b sweut in one qurrter the time and tnneh ewer and cl-aner tkiiwUB a broom; aad it raises sodas thnsarnWlmt ths aecessi T V rorenrtf or 4minf the rarhatire. The brash k4 lowered as wsy ne uoeded, atuil it is eaUre iy won ant snskincit lstand as chsp ss Croons. VorLli if IATlOBOBlflWOIiD k CO fehit WW jXlUi. IB, 1859 J York—The Chivalry Enraged by His Home-Thrusts. Dry Goods. Dry Goods. NEW YORK COST! QW-htosua Carta a. at Cast tyhfaiUa Cartaios at Coat VLaea Caxtaias al Coal tyLaoe Cardiac at Coal LaTIiiah Liaasa al Crat fyiruh Llaaaa at Coal ty BlaaoLed MuaUaa al Coat OrBlaaeaad ataslia. at Coat tatTlald Brass Silks at Coat QVPlald Drass hlaa at CM rysiripsd Craa. Silks at Cost CaTatilpal Dress Bilk, al Coat QT Brands Drsas alias al Cost CrBrceada Drass Mlka at Coal CyPUln Dm. Siika at Cad rjTPUin Draw Silks at Coat ta"Blaek Draas Silks at Coat CaTBJaok Draas Silks at Coat tyMsrsallB. Silks alOost CBratanaliae lilka at Coal QPrior.Baa Bilks at Co I ty Ploiaaa. tilaa al Coal QTBlaek Silk HaatlUaa at Coat taT Blaak SUk UaatiUa. at Cast CSV Whit. Craps shawls at Coat CaTWhll. Crap, ghawls at Coat tarCol'd Silk Shaw Is at Cast CaTCol'd Sill Shaw U at Coat tyBrocha Sqoar. ffhawi. at Coal tyBrooba l4iara Shswla at Coat tyBrscaa Leaf Shawls st Cast ty Brocks Leaf Shawls st Coat - tyCasluaara Shawls at Cost ry Caaaawra Shawls at Cost tyitalU Shawls at Coat ty Sulla Shawls at Coat tyLuua Table Ctha at Cost ty Liaaa Table Cloths at Cast ty Liaan Mapkina at Coat ty Liaaa Hapklaa at Cast rypiaia Baiafas at Coat ty Phtia Bants al Coat ty Boha B -xaf ra at Cost ty Bobe Baresaa at Cast ty Flfarad Bantaa at Coat tyTlfa--sd Baraaa. at Coat tyPriatad La aal at Cost iy Prlalad Lawns at Cost ry Barata DsLaiaas st Coat ry Barafa DaLsisas at Cost C Wool DsLaiaas at Oust ty Wool DeLaiaaa at Coat ry fraach atanaoa at Coat ry fraack af artoos al Coat ty Plaid aiethams at Cast ryPlaid Glut liama at Ooal ryMooJalnt DeEalaaa at Coat ty atoarolnf DaLslaaa at Coat ty Mour Inf Prints at Coat tyMwoiot PrlnU at Cast ryBoiabesiBaw at. Coat ryBoaibazuiaa at Coat ry Whits Flannels at Cast tyWhitaFlaanala at Coat ty Bad Flaaaali at Cost ty Bad riaanels at Cost iy Col'd Flaaaala at Coat tyCol'd FUaii.li at Cost ryaluslla Collars at Coat ty MbsUb Collars al Coat tyCambrio Collars at Coat ryCsmbrie Collar, at Coat ryuoaua Seta at Cost ty Maslia Sets al Coat ty Cambrlo Sat. at Cast tyc.gibrto Eats at Coat ry Liaaa Sals at Coat ry Liaaa Sata at Cat ty Maraaiilsa Sata at Cait ty Marseille. Sata at Coat LVLiaea Collar, at Cost tyLiaea Collars at Cost OWOasa Collars at Cast tyLaee Collars st Cert ryHmiloa Collar, at Cost tyHaoitoa Collars at Coat ty MaUeise Collars al Ccat tyMaltaiaa Collars at Coat tyhfualia Edf iaxs at Cost ry Moslla Edflar at Cost tyCsjakrlt XJsisn ' Coat ty Caaihrts Bdcinas al Coat ryOiapar. Edtiaxa at C.-st ryOioirmra Edtut at C.stl . tya-ataa Xd(isii at Cost tyUaaa Edlats at Cast ty Black Si tk Ed(infs at Coat ty Blast Silk Edtmsa at Coat tyLiala Edtiass at Cost lyLule Xdtiac J at Cast ty XatUsh Thread Edtiasa at Coat . ty EofliiA, Thraad Edf ipsa at Cost ty Cambria Beads at Cast ty Caaahrlc Beads at Coat ty Moslla Bsads at Cost "Maalia Bands at Coat ty Allndala Spreads at Coat ty Alleadala Spreads at Coat ty Maraaiilsa Quilts at Coat ty JfarasilJe. Quilts al Coal ty Embroidered Skirts at Cost tyBaabroldaraa Skirts at Cost ty Emsotasd Table Spreads at Coat ry Embossed Table Spreads at Cast ry Piaaa Spreads at Coat ty Plana Spreads at Cost tyCartaia Damasks at Cost ty Cartaia Daausks at Coat ty Ladies' Kid Glares st Cast iy LsaUee' Kid Slovaa at Cost ty OaalV Kid Slovaa at Cat ryOeata Kid Glares at Coat ty Ladies' Lisle Oloyaa at Coat ryLauiaV Lial. Qlora. al Cost tychlldraa'sLlawOlavasatCaat . QT Ckildrea . Llala Olovaa at Cost .... iy Peraaalt al Cost . , . ty Paraoola at Coat ty Dotted Jvrlaa at Cost ryDattad tartaa at Cost ty Boaasl BJbbesM at Cost lyBoaaat Bibbaaa at Cost ryjlk Print at Cast tySUk Fnata. at Cast ET DieaaWaaaalaaaatOoat -ry Draaa Triauilats at Coat - ty Embroidered Robes at Cast ry Easbratdnad Bobas at Cast rySarceaet CambrW at Coat tytsBreaast Camaru at Coal ry Bishop Ltwa at Cost ty Bishop Lawa st Coat typlaK Moslla at Cos. ry plaid Maalia at Cast tyiOOO Artwlat aot saaraaralad I ty 100O ArticlM aot enBja.rated I ryxst srary sea eoau and ' tyxstevary oa eaaaa aad ' ET185 SUPERIOR STREET. . S. RAYMOND & CO. ChT.laad, Much , 1S. Groceries, &c. BACON. DRIED APPLES, 6,000 bbls Smotwt Sotar Corad SamiUl.ra. t.jeS tmsbaia W. St. lined Applae, last day racarvad sad for by W. MELU1NCH. March It, laM. St B IS Marwia Si. N EW STORE k NEW GOODS SUNDRlrS. " M'ls Cm A B B C Sarar e lbs. Mspla VO bbls. Syrup sad Molaaees. U boles M H Rslsus. UO bses Rio Conee 10) " J.ra " due At. Hams aad shoaldera. H tbe Codash 0 half and whole ehesta Tea. SOS bhls Fkar, it. H. ia qnaathies ta sail por eheaere. y If. B. Goods dellaered la any part of th. eitr, free eoarrs merlJ:Jsr u. H LITTLE. 500 BUSHELS OATS, 40 Tons Mlddllnzs, FOB SALE AT A. PERRY k CO.'S. larlaaBw lit a Ut Sopariee street. Best ot Family Flour. pPPER TEN MILLS, EPICUBEABT KILLS, QCEtN CITT MILLS. For sal low, at asrlrtle A. It. PERRY A C0.'3. At Wholesale. .000 BBLS 0F EXTRA AND JJJJ DOUBLE EXTRA FAjMILY flour, At tarl.if!ltw A. M. PERRY k CO.8, 116 od l't) Superior st. F OR SALE-50 bbls. Dried Apples thsh ui. a-1 a, .! fit) " ' Orowa hor ax itUlLs TUtax. 40 " Foil Baiter, 3d kefS Batter, i tons Corn Meal, Cheese, Lard. Xkk. kc ,hf ' VAN 3. rABQO fc CO , 1ar2t N. 4i) Unttinroot. cziiijiiv.il, soiis. The boat CHEMICAL 80APS, Karjufaotuxad bj T.P.SPENCER, - saarStdawtfE Caaa. at., foot of Obae, Clw.laad. FAMILY SOAPS, Kaaafaetarad aod (or sale ey T. P. SPENCER, Caa? st.. foot of Ohio. ClsaelBTid. warCrdhwtfRt SOAP AND CANDLES, Maaaraatarad and for sale by T. P. SPENCER ' aiartWdaartfTtfl Canal St.. foot er Ohio, rieaelaad. R YE FLOUR MADE FROM SE- LECTED WHITK F VE lor sals b IttXn.nO V'giltJt-fa. a tvE,wpi,nni SOAP Low's Brown Windsor and Hooey loop, ClesTor's Gifcerias, HuAh sad Huaew gtjeJ-enS-aSeBftAacO 'm-Lm, r- aaaw aiiVarBtriai ita9!:Htl CnMSTOCK a NTSWBkkkT CATAWBA AND ISABELLA WIN K. Orowthof Keller's lslais. wamatad pttrs lor sale by the uiioa ur hettls, br ar K. W. SACrHIDlia. NEW SUGAR CURED UAM8 AND DRIED BE F. Ws sre Drepared to nil orders for cboie Sue if Cured Hens aVitd DneU Boefofour wsc ur ine, Bntl of qustittos equl to sot id 'h i or anv othertnsr ku. i jsva , COMTOCK Is NCWIKRUy. Miscellaneous. . Iimiaa Steam Batti Esiafilislimcct, BI II. BAEBEI St. Clair Street, No.. Ktff, opooeit. th. Anflor Roas DAILY OPEN. Hoars of Admisrion For Ladies.Sto 13A. M..eTOept latHundaT. Por Gsntlsmeo Soactsy Irom lo 11 o'clock X- M.- and all other days Irem 1 to a o'clock P. M. decSRM Fishin? Tackle. ws JUST RECEIVED -An- ' " other linelitof Conrov's Fishnc stk Is svitahlefor t skins; Pike, Usss, or Trout, either ia lake, rir er, or brook, inch as KoUs. Keels , t.iues. Hooks, fiaslla Files, s'lr afsWoIu. Miftaow Sernos, Ne's. he. ke .it O H. HATTCKSLfcY'S Goa 8tor Lfi3 fsDonor st. C.eeDd UNION ICE COMPANY, cx-ErEiiAND, onto. ALLPEESS & GARDNER, Btu-xas IN. "Pure Sprliig Pond Ice, Will snap y Famf Irs. Hit els. Boats, fte , at all ttraes, ea short nolle, sod a the most ressouable tarnis. All or ders left at No. 10 Ri.er stnel. leOSt Clairstreet, or But lCil Post Oificf , will as promptly al aided. R2i C CHAMP, Ataut. Eatr Dreninj k Shiving Eitabliihment. TTM. E. AMBUSLT, at h's Rooms If ftnder ths Aftter is repated toaeeummodsta all castotawers wuh pn.aff . -tenilon from able worhmea. A SEPARATE ROOM FOR LADIES. LAKE ERIE PAPKK COMPANY Msanfsanarersof PRINTING AND BOOK PAPER ara aow prepsred to loppl? ft' I orders with a ope nor qoai ltr H Pster. sad oa laroiab'e terms. N. W.TAYLOR. Afent. itasd Office 32 Bavok street. "DIKE'S PEAK A large assortment apt rvi r isbij s l av v vr li v AiVa a.uilSIt' 1C 1UI r : B. CJ Peak. Likewise, tloaole and sintrle barrel let) SHOT GUNS and sny (juanttty of st eeteras, sneh ss POWDER SHOT, CAPS. Ac, Tery low for cash, at H si torsi y'sOas gterft. Mo. 102 Superior street, vext door to Qorhass il plin Besalriftaf aeatly exec at ed with dtsrrttrh. VbldrK H HATTKUSTFY Sometluii Eiclmirely for the ladies, BROWS HYGIENIC SUSPENSION WAIST. AND IMPBOTED SKIRT SUPPORTER. Pataavd Dee. 50: h. UC ETERY LADY SHOULD HAVE n V Ib fact, er-ry oa woo Id baa oaa. If the; on . tnaw'iL' bssauy, artiUa aau Saaott of Item. Tbiawaist bhK o-la ailo's the most par I act eiMitni, sad dntiaets aotbijernast.'i T t-acaiaaaLa Poa., bat direetiy nraauias it ia "'P"1. I' of such a vataUar eot atraeTSoa that rt r.,"T""Kv H" from the a at lo.up partsble bardaa to ,'blch thsT ara sometjmaa luojacted. br .oro.mli.ir th. stir S ' shoaldera. and y mease of Carcalsr Brwc ' " "w "d Supports th. eloth lnt.complet.r pre.aurm.' 'hm from Paal.as aaaiast. ur Beaauie dowa spaa iha t and AWoaata. which mitea it tmlr ao ASTI-LC". o'ditie toe atirts away from Iha perea, aad drawiat lh BiUle potuoa ol Ibe Sapoerter enurely awsy from th wsisi It is also a true aad emeieat bHOULOia Bl.cs throwing the entire sapp rl ot tbe skirts di ectly unoo tbesaoa'derstbrooeb tbe else Ucwrapa. I bisams aad aalaabla laaaatlotllBalso deenraid to asToro immmiiat. relief, and ta mea. cases enact R iD icsj. cnas or Acs ra ji chaomc Dtsaiaia. eauaed ay T10HT Lactaa. as many w . n"d It for aacn enoi plsiawean taf lfr Ths Waiala haaa pasaeu tb e.lt el examiintlon ol som of our laost aialoont aad sciaolnic BMdiral mee.lwao all proooanc tbam tbe neat tk o( ol tae klad ever invented. Tbey are rapidly com I us la'.o use, aad Ki.e tiaysml sausfacttoa to all who has warn lham. Thar most bases to reeooe aa lees of them, snd saara t t saeraclaiad. Call at the BUHNEri HOUSa, la Cleaeland snd sz.min them A Lad. will alwrys be ta readme, to atvtw tam. Psraoae w.abist to parehase tba ruTUt toataBoractars the Wsist. or to sell terrr.orv.will cail oatheprapnetoreatCHAGRIN PALLS, O., who hare the exlosie nrbt for the Unusd ststes CAUTION. All perermsiafneaiut laaaaerar or sssa ar ea this Pateat, will Bviet ossaiadlv b. daail wi h aa aordiafte mw, NOBBIS, SHIPFIBLD k CO Proarastera, Soeeae-onto H. P. Browa a Co. Chatrla Palle. O.. Feb 11 Ul. Bau the foliowinf ra.om-nand' lions aad rerereocee. kindly foratahd aa lot pahijeetioa by thoee who bie wore thee W.1.1S aiammed ami eoldih.m aluck from tbma af aser Saiterint oommoaicauon. w haaa aad areiaoaja le daily is aeamed aufttciMi far th preaaai; CLl-eLHB. Feb t4. Meaa. Kotais. Untmv-D a t o : We. ih. alrer ed h.Z, -on. - B.owrs CaLsaa.TSD HvmMicjra. rmr.-.-i." aJl.tof the wearer Porthermora. we Soow it alwara ZT.M.li m many taanc erTaci. s i.d.e.1 rare ut the LJmj dise.ee i-au.a4 br twit Isail. We booe to a"ce "oVral - lolly satisfied I u ts !TTA ewrV Isdy who ralues co.i furt ai4 beetle should ka- JITi. .ti-. arary en. to parehaa. it. ior wa .aa ".lire thamthay wiU ae.er refrst it. s.sure Mra. Charles Lea.ett. - L L.HeckwUh. . H. C Bl'-som. L. W. Certi.e, C L. Boe..n Miss Amelia V Nash. airs. K. etn'r. L.M Cobb, M M. Botnatt, a a. Pearee, E. Cowl., Prat Brauard. airs. if. riii--.1". aosiiiecaa. Dr. 8 B Beetwita. T. O. Cieasisad, W. B. Sesner, " Tb-all. Brjin-rd a Bnrldt, Ps:aat K ej.t Ae-stB, 1" Cawlea, Editor "Leader." OaauaE. Dodfe, Afaat lor atanna. J M. JuUusoa. I I. rWllihCo.. aTeb."U,J.H. Oawitt, Matchaaa. p-raemaa a naiiogk Kuria A Boot, . fcalMel Clothing. AR. REDING, MERCHANT TAI- LOR, No. S3 Prospect street, will b foaad ea psiroaat? ' " -'" 111 hauy aim with Imua JB -B.mem.er lh. plae. Baodar't Black, Proapaot K0CH,LE?I & M1YER, WLosal & Retail Dealers in ALL KIBDS OP READY-MADE CLOT H I Fil CI Ua. 147 WATER STREET, CLEVELAND. atis THE IDEAL ASD THE lEAl. Ow a cksTmlDsr. ahsmiat, israisc. Nice ytM.Bc sua. (,:o i;,r,i s... dLeara d. alas I lhu st rseau l us laws iS.ver, BATer ftwootttij tw. He'd tvea ltrriiif. Itrrinf, lni-s;, A fair ata wit n, leus sua well. And t iast had atus ered rournxe AU sua tnaaaaTsd hpes lo iei. He'd aot whispered, wbias d, wh wise is 4 t hem leto toe Bades's ei r. Bat bed soaoed thorn, stkh had seat Mm To ths m his heart head tiear. He woe wslttnf , waiting, wettinc. For Wis serliDc's kiad teplf Ws'chinf for toe jMeame's roaiAC. With mm eafer. aajuoos sys foot, a lisfinf . nsiD:. riafiac, S'rurk ulob his SLSjiied ear "T-ere," kaert4 "there o-naes rha let tar; Welcome, weicoau, niissiva dssul" Ob, how fondly, fondly, fondly. To hu hoe una auto tie prosed, Kiowiac that his Arabella Had tie dearest isJes h eat. But. obi horror, horror. IwtotI How his ncuishod heart did bsd; It was troia his wsberwonatB, Aad dii thus acutely reaJ : Ml'r ha WbaJ) liter, VatShlirf . WShiiaf, erub'mn- fur too aiaay oar Fjfleoadol ars now r a as; Way, ya aascai, eW't yoi isyi DotjI hesealliBir. sinihnr. tnl iDof, For ids sy texxed hie tone as. Aad his be rt was wranc wuh sorrow, More thia e'er hta euKhsa ware vnu Vet of ISAACS. TSAAC3. ISAACS, . Ld the sun tj Ci' tturif bay t'MON UaLL has ao am-fc prrtls, Aad we'll aow tha reasoa why ; Whee a seat is honrht at ISA ACS', What is sTe4 will, pasi sdoaot. Put a aeaasireee for bis sreshtauj, fill the sue is all woraeut. What the washiaf wesild iTont t la that tiBM we eaano tell Quite a so in. b' cause the C'kvthiQsf Alwsys wears so kwf aad weil. Splendid Stvhot StyUss of CLOTU1NO aow HfiUm. e PRICE8 EXTREMLT LOW, Aad wain STerybrdr and SYerbnt5's fiieadt (afti Saigh bora, aad their boys, ia sail at IS11C A. ISliCi' MAG5inCE5T V51QS HALL. Sola Afeary fdt tha sale of Siaaat'a Calebtat4 SEWmO MAC RISE, AMD STOBBX' APTOMATON PBESSXAJf . Coraer Soperssr aad Uaioa Sta. OT Laok oat for tha Giants. atarlC Hats, Caps & Furs. PADDOCK'S HAT EMPORIUM ! HAS BEEN BEPLEKISHED, AND HIS Spring Stock Has arriaed. Every atyla of Hat kaowa taa ha iaaad st PADDOCK'S- THE ZOUAVE HAT. J THS FRKNCH FELT HAT. THE BROAD BRIM HAT, THE FIWEST SILK HAT, THE CASS1MF.RE HAT. THE OLD MAN'S Hit. THE STYLISH MAN'S HAT. THE BUSINESS MAN '3 BAT, THE 8PORTINO MAN'S HAT. TffB BOY'S HAT. Men' Cass. Boy.' Cape, Ia ferns' Cape. Shake Heeds, Hat and Cap Tnmmiats. larte eaeonneal. Ladies md Gentlemen'. Snbber filotei. 811k ate Cot tow Umbrellas, hatches. Carpet Bscs, La-'lea'TrBnke Ladies' Tranae, Ladle' Traiuia Children's Wafooe, ChiMrM'.Wuooa. Chikirea's WstoD. Weshallapea, ia a few daya, a hit aad fcAinnabi. stock at Straw Goods. Is resee of room es shire sso to eih'Mttay saock t.. ad- ftttiairf , sod ffif fnen 's sod ths paoitc axe r-epaniliy large d toc.'l srd eiaiine for 'hw-m-l-et ma'T.Rlw. . STAI&t & CO. HAVE RECEIVED THE PARIS, NEW YORK and PHILAI ELPHIA SPRING FASHIONS far Ccmtleatieta's HATS ! J21 Wht-h for beauty, srrls of finish. aav orrellsves). eaaaat bs excelled. Our FOUR DOLLAK SILE HAT tUyssaaa taia their spsrwnty over sil ((thereat tha' pries. maT3 K hTAlR ft CO.. 106 Superior St. C" CAPS. at-i NEW STYLES for G-nts and Boys.iiut itMeWadby H. hTAIB ft CO.. H1ST3 10 Soinort. Spring Style of Hats ! I. BENEDICT & SOUS, X9I SUPERIOR STREET, JJAVE RECEIVED their Third Lot HATS! a SPRING STYLE! r tW.OOHst for ronnf Gstt. to of laperler aJlty -af ftniab inmri Pianos & Melodeous. HUB USinfllDlIlT. IT'S HAKD TI3IBSI IT'S AWFUL HARD TIMESt fP PIANOS WERE HELD AT L tormeer rncee, ao sales woa1i ha sis its, mm DOWN ta order ta keep tha uofcaent UP!? OSSIAN E. DODGE. Ho. EocUd 8ti8t, aevelanj, OLio, it aow six Lisa HALLE TT, DAVIS 4 C0.'S (warsemlly aekwawlt t. b th best rath warldj aa . -inly1 al waac pncee aa.ataw Plaaa Jt COCIJ I.IYKI p-fa- old Piaass take ia escheat fer saw seas; ta old Piaaoa aold at free 83C t Sne. tr Old P'sos. noud asbomSStoSllpai eeiaitar. ty All kimlsafPiaata. qoxod with aara aad dissaieB . aarv eheaa , C7 OrJare f -r aay snd all kind of Maeieal Inetrm. mauie Maaus Books. ShMt Ma.ie, rrtnaaa. aad Massaaa MarcaaDdi.e seaeraliy, will b Silad wilhiiahea mmmee et REXE2BER THE PLACE. lfe. BaclM Street, riawtlaad, O. "TKKEP CONSTANTLY ON I3ELODEOIVS Of rarloas rl ad ish. at e Tactory, Noa.Moad' rntr street. AJ Msloeo WsTTsjita. . j- Taalat aad Eepairme Q -ae ehean srd avrable. CEaJilkh!, aUN-NABB a CO.. I kieaeiaad, uasa.