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Louisville, June 18. The city council have passed an ordi nance making a subscription of 200. 000 to the JefiVrsonville and Columbus Railroad, and Si. 000. 000 in. the Louis ville and Nashville Railroad. -They also appropriated 81,000 for the Nashville read. "Wash., June 18, 7 P. M. A Tumor is current here, that Sec-'y Corwin will shortly resign, and that M. T. Gentry, of Tenn., is to be his successor. The deaths in this city during the past month were 71. St. Louis, June 13, 3 P. M. There were 50 deaths by cholera, in this city, during the week; many persons are leaving. Cincinnati, June 19, 3 P. M. Th? city to day passed an ordinance establishing a quiriutine below the city. Every boat arriving from X. 0., has a large number of cases of cholera and ship fever. The hospitals are full, but there are wry few cas-s among the citizens. The voti:.g on the new Constitution passed ufl quietly. Hartford, June 18. The House resumed its balloting for Senator this P. M. The first stood for Kaldwiii, W. 101, Seymour, D. 99 Scattering, IS. Of the scattering votes, 2 were free soil, 8 whigs, S democrats. 2d bp Hot Sey mour lu3; Baldwin 102. Scattering 14; of which 3 democrats, 1 free soil, and 2 blanks. 3d ballot Baldwin lOß.Seymour 101. Scattering 11, including 7 V., 2 D. and 2 free Soil. 4th Ballot Seymour 103; Baldwin 105, scattering 13. Tli.re being no choice, further balloting was postponed till Wednesday next. New York, June IS. Mr, Corwin, Secretary of the Treasury, is bere, on his way to Cincinnati. Hon, Mr. Stevens is much better; his recovery is confidently anticipated. The trial of the Cuban invaders has again been post poned. D. H. Williams, the British Charge to Venezuela, arrived at Philadelphia last evening. From Washington. "Washington, June 19, S P. M. The California Indian commissioners report to the Indian bureau that they concluded a tieaty with the Leganle, Coconoon, Puterinte, Apangasse, Apla che, anil Aglach trib-s of California In dians, on the 19th of Mrch. Th" In dians cede all their lands to the Unit-d States, and consent 4o be located on four townships between Mercedo and Tono iimnee rivers. They bind themselves to abstain from all arts of aggression against our citizens, an I to live in friendship with Indian tribes. The Indians removed to their new home under the superintendence of Mr. Mi-K.ee, the commissioner. The President, with Messrs. Stuart, Crittendeu, and Hall; go to Virginia on Monday. From lliiladc!pliin. Philadelphia, June lü, 8 P. M Okf.gon. Ve lhave Orecon lates to the 3d of May. TIk weather was exceed ingly warai. Tlie miners from the Kla math mines do not give very flattering accounts. They are only digging from three to flmr dollars per day. The census of Oregon his been taken and the population amounts to 13.323. From Acw York. ARRIVAL OF NIAGARA. New Yokk, June 20, 7 P. M. Niagara arrived at half past seven o'clock this morning. England. Parliamentary proceed ings uuinteresting. Holyhead has been determined upon as the. place of departure of the Cunard steamers. Rishyp Hughes is at Liverpool. France. Political news unimportant. Commercial iirairs improving. Portugal. Anot her rebellion this time in favor of the Queen against Sal leim had been suppressed for the pres- The French and English Ambassadors combined to give support to the Queen. Late Sydney advices cainp, that two wrecked vessels had been discovered in St. George's Sound, supposed to be Sir Jorm Franklin's. New Y'ork, June 14. The fire work manufactory of Downs blew up to-uy, with a tremendous shock instantly killing Mr. Downs, who was alone in the building. His body is aw fully mangled. CCT"The Knickerbocker Magazine tells a story of a theological student who when asked for the first tune to siy grace, being rather embarrassed began in this bnievolent struju: "O Lord! we thank tht-e that while we are enjoying health and prosperity, to many are tossed on beds of pain, deprived of the comforts of life." AimI alto of an itinerant clergy man, who not being sufficiently acquain ted will, the use of pre posit ions, prayed that the gospel might be dispensed with throughout the world. A nun's character is fr?quently treat ed like a grate bhekened all otcr first to comj out bightcr afterwards. A Iloosicr Down Eiist. A live Hoosier from White Co., writes from Boston to the Chieftain as follows: The people here are very much astonish ed to find that 1 wear boots and breeches, and speak intelligible English; and I have worn my laughing utensils out, (and by the way send me on a new set,) at the ideas in regard to the West her schools, improvements, and in fact eve ry tiling connected with her. 1 attended church yesterday and heard one of the most powerful ministers in ihe State preach one of the most power ful sleepy sermons I have listened to in manv a day. He tickled the "palates of .i " .u-. i. u iiiufc mat tteir toWcinr, uy leimig 1 1 1 ill what great things they tVy had done for the West, in the way of Christianizing us. He is about as big a folderoler as ever read offasermon. The masses here possess more intelligence, perhaps, than they do at the West bu they are so ego tistical and so full of vanity on that ac count, that it is enough to make one i sick to listen to th-ir talk. 1 Defalcation Col. Henry S. Sander son, iate city Collector of "Baltimore, is discovered to De a great Herunter, per- haps to th amount of 830,000 or $19,- 000. His principal clerk, Philip A". Ed- ; j;erton who was entrusted with the fun is. ! r i : ts said to be the gmlty part). 1 retty resectable defalcation. Philip has no doubt made enough by the operation to; nable him to escape justice. Indian a Statesman. A counterfeiter was arrested and ex amined at Vevay, Ind.. on Thursday, in whose possession was found plates and dies of various banks, including th State Bank of Indiana and the Northern Hank of Kentucky. Several counterfeit ' On', .... 1. V.,, !,.- T?..,L- f 1v ....t ....I.-.- I J O Uli l lie iiiciii uniin vy i tu lutn i i liave been traced to liim. He made the notes to order, ami sold them very ch.'ap. The editor of the N. Y. Herald t;iv:s the following items about fashions at Panama: Ve. have seen in this eity, around tin neck of a girl, 21 American double eagles (120), linked together so as to form a chain. On the persons of two others we have seen from 83.000 to 83,000 worth ofperals and diamonds, and all were barefooted, deeming shoes and stockings unnecessary to complete their costume. RTZTK Wm.iAJ . HYMENEAL "It is mans truest bliss in li 'e. "When he can say have a wife." MARRIED. In this place, at the res idence of G. S. Cleaveland, on 21th int. by the Rev. J. M. Sadl. of Rochester, Rev. Nathan L. Lotto to Mrs. Emkline Hawley, both of Plymouth. In accord- ance wiih divine law, were this day mar- r?fd in thu nrtl ' P CCT"!1 s useless for its to inform our readers that the abve notice was accom panied by a very liberal supply of the "exquisites" of the occasion. The Pilot office unite (the devil not excepted) in wishing friend Lord and his fair assis- tant, a long and happy life together, an 1 j that they never may have cause to regret j that they never may have cause to regret the circumstances which induced the co- piitnership. On, woman's treasure, Her love is pleasure, Which sweetens the moments of life; Nothing else that kind heaven, Hath unto man given, Can ever compare with a wife. On the 15th inst., by Rev. Austin Ful ler. Mr. John Ray to Miss Nancy Camp bell, both of this county. On 15th inst., by Rev. Austin Fuller, Mr. James Green to Miss Lucinda Rad a ra ugh, all of Marshall County. C3Our devil says he has no objections to see people marry, particularly when they remember him, in the way of cake. The two last mentioned from some cause or othet failded to send said fee but h (devil) consoles himself with the idea, that it is never to late to do good, and if convenient he will take it at any time. CAN DIDATES. Mr. Howell Will yon submit my name to the people of Marshall and Starke counties, as a candidate brfore the Democratic Convention, for Representa tive in the State Legit .ature. N. SIIERMA.N. rivmouth, June 11, 1651. Mr. Howell: Please announce the nin e of WILLIAM WHITE, as a can- didate for Representative to the State' Legislature, for the counties of Marshall and Stark. Subject to the Democratic Convention. MANY VOTERS. Mr. Howell 'oi will Pase publish the name of William M. Patterson, us o candidate to represent the coun ties of Marsha II and Starke, (subject to the decision of the Democratic County Convention.) in the next Legislature; an oblige MANY VOTERS. May 2S. 1S51. LWUT! LIGHT!! LIGHT!!! C1I1ICAGO Cnndles for sale hy the hn or by the pound, by II. B. TERSULML "71 LOUR, Hams, Tork, Beef, and Po atocs: JL1 for sale by PERSHING. 3)Tjc iHavUct.o wsvvwwwmmmmmmvmvmmmmvsmwwv ' PLYMOUTH PILOT OFFICE. , Wednesday June 25, 1951. i Apples Green, 75, Dry, SI, 50, Butter, per lb. 8, 1J oeswax, per lb 20, Brooms, per doz. 1,50 Beans, per bushel, 75 Bacon Hams, 7 Shoulders, 6 Sides, G Cranberries, $1,50 Cora .Meal, 25 Corn, 22 a 25 Candles, per lb 15 V 1 w hund. 2,00 ! Flaxseed, 81,00 1 fiimeng dry, 25 i Hay Tame,' 7,00 i Wild, 3,00 ! Lar.l, per lb 6 j Oats, per bush. 25 Peaches dry,2,00 Potatoes Irish, 25 Tallow, per lb. 10 j Wheat, per bus. CO ' f?'"' " I?. Chickens "doz. $1,00 ood, cord, 1,00 WORLD'S FAIR. All persons "vho have not paid their Taxes for the year 1850 in 'Marshall county are here by notified, that I have received positive or ders .row the Auditor of State to proceed to col lect the Delinquent Tax by distress and sale. All those who are interested will save cost, by paying over the ncediul by the loth of July, -A- l. - Sale of School Land. rflllE Auditor and Treasurer of Fulton j Coumy nd., will expose to sale, to the hichesr bidder, on the 26lr, day of August next, l Court house door in the town of Roches- !er ,in. aid county, .or the non-payment o' back interest, amounting to 5G,'J2; the iol- Wxlng ract 0- land ;o l)t llu:ilber6 or south-east i of the north-west 4 of sec. 16 town :sn, north -range 3 cast, containing 40 ar-re ;w',c' WH sola m the name 0l hbe- nezcr ard, dec, if the .a,ne be not nrevious- 1) -rcV-iiied. JOHN DOUGLASS, A. F. C. Kochcster June IC, 1S51 n2l. State of Indiana, Iarliall County, ss. Marshall Probate Court, May Ttrvt, A. D. 1S51. Ks täte of Azarhh iih Moselv deo'd.,1 , ... John Lowxv Administraior, I ' , tition for of real f Louisa Mosel v. J Estate. ".Vow at this time comes John Lowry, ad-rj-.iiii.s'Miorof tf.e Estate o; Azamli Moscly, de cea.se'l, and iiles his petition for the sale of some Real Estate, Lcdonijing to the Estate of said i!ecelei:t, and it apj-eariiur to the satisfac tion of the Court that Louisa Mostly, on. of the heirs a, law of said Estate is a non-resilient of the State of ndiana. 7t is therefore ordered by the Court Hut publication of the filing and pendancy of said petition be made lor three uueks successively in the Plymouth Pilot, a weekly newspaper of general circulation, printed and published in Plymouth Marshall County ndiana; and that unless the said Lou isa Mosely appear, plead, answer or demur thereto on or heore the calling of the said rau-c, on the first day of the next term of this Court, to be held at the Court-house in Ply mouth in said County, on the second Monday in August nc; t, I83i the same as to her will be taken as confessed, and will be heard aud determined if. her absence. At'est, KiCIlAKD CUIiBALEV, Clerk. J ii tit 7, 1S51. n2l 3w pr's fee 3,00 iYvnrr lay. xtawci JXKMJJ A.U aAA AI V . DOCTOR T. A. LEMON, offers his ser vices, professionally, to the citizens of Marshall county intending to devote his time strict !u to the practice of Medicine, in its va rious branches and become a permanent cit lzei: aiuomj yc u; i.e respecuuny asKs, anu ex pects to receive, a lihcral share of patronage. OFFICE At D. Deinings Drag Store, where he may he found at all times, except when absmt professionally. C'tlls promptly attended to, day or night. Plymouth, a., May 23, 1851. J9tf THE WAY TO GET MARRIED I rpiIE best, and most improved, and only J. rure way is to po and purchase a snp- ply of Jcwolry, which is to l u hal from J. P. FOIJCE, who has.thio moru inr, received a ne:r tvjtply of G')Ll) KINGS, solid and filled; GOLD LAIM.'IXns, slij and fillel; Hit EAST PJNS, consisting of soliil old Clus ters, Molimin;:, Ilo-:ette, and fan cy PINS; ioM Pencils, Sil ver slides, Wat c h . Chains, &c., &c. all chean fop CASH. A few pair of JENWY LIND KAR MINUS, (solid gold,) can be had by calling early. Now don't become Old M üd, when there is such an easy and effec tual remedy just at nand, and warranted not to fail. J. P. FORCE. Plymouth. May 18, 1S51. l'Jtf MORE NEW GOODS. CARTER'S & CLEVELAND; Are now receiving a large supply of SUM MER CLOTHING, of all QUALITIES, which they will SELL at very LOW PRICES! A large addition oi COTTON AND LA ii.V UOODS for Men s .and Bys' SUMMER ILUTIUK; ALL at very LOW PRICES. Plymouth May 2 1 , 1 S.j 1 . n 1 9tf. LI VE--AN D LET LIVE. A PROPOSITION was made when my MiLL was burnt, to take a subscrip tion for my relief. objected to it at the time for good reasons, as I supposed. now Kay to the people of Marshall county, am in want of Flüren Hundred Dollars, to complete my CJrist Mill, by the lit of Nov. next. 1 will receive ii as stock lor two years, and pay lO per cent., and return it in two years fiom the time of receiving it, as follows: one-third, Ju ly 1st one third, September lst-!-ar.d the re mainder, N.. v. Ist. ALSTIN FULLER. Plymouth, May 23, 1651, 19tf. fllEX TONS of OLD CASTINGS, watited, X f-r which Mill payCOODS, t the conn er of Pomkroy's or Wheeler's store, in Ply mouth. Farmers! gather np your old ron.and It'hi it nl nijr, rc-jneinberiiif; "That a penny saved is as good is one earned." JOHN McFARLXE. Plymouth, June 4, 1851. 2. JAMES H. CASE, JTmsI ice or Cite Peace P L YMO V TH. ISD I A XA . Offre one dor.r North of J, L. Wrstervflt's Store, undone do:r Kouth of II. R. Pershing's! Driii.' Stf-re. All orde rs promp'ly Attended to. May oth.lS'l, no E tf. wTn TED!! " A JOT'RNEYMAM .SHOEMAKER ran get employment by applying immediately to C. A. SMITH, riynsoutb, Jane H, 1831. 21 3t. AUDITOR'S REPORT. J it XAlllUlW VM l Ii V IllCljllo tili' (.ATJ1" diturts of the County of Marshall, for the financial yearcn ling May 31st A.D.1S51. I'eccipts. iax coiiecieii,; $49,S0 40.00 3091.42 3, 05 10,00 7,10 4,50 " For merchants Sc peddlers license, " For county revanue, " For Stove, See., 11 From common school fund for money advanced From ltoid distiict No. 3, Centre Township, ' From Clerk of Marshall county for jury fees, Total receipts, 83211,80 lu x p c ii cl i t n r c s . For expenses of the poor. . of Supervisors, 81"S.GI 1 13,30 300.00 219.25 5S1.49 43.51) 220.31 118,50 of Auditor, of Roads, of Specific, of Elections, of Stationary " of Assessor, " of County Com missioners, of PublicBuild- ings, 102,00 1419,00 24S,00 " of Grand and Petit Jurors, AssociateJuJges, Biiliflfs, 71,00 41,00 60,00 30,00 2.00 8.00 49. G2 23.2G 78,00 &5.00 39.40 27,87 43,&3 77,75 2,25 1,68 V Wolf scalps. " AdvertisingDe linquent list, " County Agnt, Money returned Insane persons, Criminals, Sheriff extra, Sheriff,. Clerk of the Cir cuit Court, Treasurers bill for stove and stationary " Interest on coun ty Orders, " Treasurers 2i per cent on 83103,17, " Treasurers 5 per cent on S 15, (license) ' Treasurers 2i per cent on $70, (sundries) Total Expenditures, Total Receipts, 84513,03 3211. SO Excess of Expenditures over Receipts, 61301,23 Excess uf Expenditures over Receipts for the year ending May 31, 1850, 615G.55 Expenditurcs over Receipts for the last two years, SM57.S1 The Extraordinary Expenses of the County for the last year has been unusually large. There has been paid for Pub lic Buildings, 81 119,00 To the former Auditor for Ex pense of Starke county, Paid for Expense of A. Mosely at the Poor House, (which will be refunded when his estate is s.-ttled,) Paid the Clerk of Marshall Cir cuit Court for delinquencies of former Clerks, $100,00 S10G.00 300,00 Paid Albert Bass for di-fcina well on the Public Square, 830,00 Total extraordinary expenses SIU55.00 Total expenses for last year 4513,00 Ordinary expenses of the last year, 82,'jS.OO Total receipts of last year, 31 1 ,S0 Amount of Receipts over or dinary Expenses, SG53.S0 All of which is respectfully submitted June 2, 1&51. T. Mcdonald, a. m. c. Examined and approved by the Board: RANSOM BAR 13 LR,, ROBERT SHROEDER, . Com SANFORD GORDON. Plymouth VS The World! mm JAMES H. CASE, BE1NO thankiul to the public for past fa vors, would respectfully solicit the pat ronage ol the citizens of Plymouth and ihe vicinity feeling confident that his knodede and experience in the TAILORING BUSINESS, will enable him to give entire satisfaction, in all caes good fits warranted all the time. done on the shortest no: ice, and warranted if made up m'lit, in a workman like manner. All orders in his line of business promptly attend ed to. Shop one door North ofJ. L Wester velt's Store, and one dojr South of II. D. Persh ing's Driy Store. Plymouth, May 5!h, 13-31. no lGif. STRAYED! ABOUT three werlts since, from the subscriber, a dun, 3 year old IIKFKK, rornmoa sire, horns wide rnnrt, and probably has a calf with her at this time, Whoever reiums said Heifer to ! nie, or jrives nie such iiiformation- that may get I.tr aain, snail be suitnUy rewarded. 1 11.. Mil IJClalStL., Residence nenr Plymouth one mile south of Whiteheads mill. Plymouth Xar.hall Co. nd., CI 3t. THE DUNHAM HOUSE. i. THE subscriber hain leared for a term cf JL year-', the above Ibme, takes thismeth rd of informing tfie Traveline jublic that on Monday the 12th day of May, IVd, he i.ilcnds opening the same, for their nernnnTio laiion. w.m. m. dl'nha:l May 6th, 1?5I, 15if. NEW GOODS. 1S51. JOHN L. WESTERVELT Is uo .v rvceivi:; a FINE STOCK OF GOODS, Which he r.;u.-r to the public on reasonable terms; his Stock will co:üi; of all iL article iic-dtd in this Marl?:. ,52 riease call aria examine our assortment oi Eefcre p'-'.rchasin? el-ewhere, as mc cLarce tmthin? trr sliowing them, aud do not miend Leing undersold, jp,. S. Our stock of ready made Cloath- in- will comprise ome THREE HUNDRED GARMENTS, Of the la'est Fashions, to which we invite your particular attention, J. L. . rivmouth, Ma) '14th, IS51. nl7 tt. SM1TH-S Tonic Srup, or Vegetable Febri fuge, a safe and certain cure for chill and fever, tor sale by II. B. PERSUING. W.C.Pcmfrov.1 I John B. P031IÜR0Y & NILKS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. U!lT!T-l. Iiulisna. WILL alt end to all prossioxaL Bt?lNFSS entrusted to t.i-u, in the MiraJiall Circuit and Vrtlxite Court. May 23, 1831. nl9 ly. c.i. 'juiiivF, ATTORXtV I L'OLW SLLLOR AT LAW. SOL1C ry I SOLICITOR and Master in Chancery, Nota- ui lie, and jreneral Airent, for the te- j curing ana tOllecu:. oi uiana, i uiei.ax-, Sale, and Reutin,' ot Ileal .tate uaoinoui the We-t g-nerally 'Agent for the Sinking Turrl Lands in Marh?ll county. OfSje one door" i:or:h oi l'erihing's Druj Store. REFERS TO . JOHN STEW AUD Jr. & Co. New York. DAVID JAYNH M. D. Hon. J. W. CIIAl'MAN A. L. WHEEL lilt q. J. LUADLY Esq. C.B.&.L. BLAIR, Philadelphia. JladiiOU Ind. Plymouth Inl Laporte Inl. Mich. City lad. BE. K.'BKO V PHYSICIAN. WILL attend to the practice of medicine in all its various lorms. Also on hand a pood Klectrical Machine for the cure of Rheumatism and Nervous discuses generally. OFFICE one door South ol J.L.Westervgl.' Store. 'Plymouth, May 5th 51, nolC-ly. DR. R. BROWN, T1ROPOSES to cure Hernia or Kupture, uy J7 what is termed Dr. O. Hurlbuts opilative miedy, in from fifieeu to tweniy Iav no reme matter how loinr the cases have been standing Persons from a distance will le refunded ia their expen.-es if satisfaction is not given. Plymouth, Ind., May 5th '5!, nol6-ly. MAIL ARRIVALS & DEPARTURES TO & FROX l'lymoutti, InIia:i:t. Sunt turn Every day at 5 o'clock, p. m., tnd depnr.'s ir.imediatcly North. Xorttim Every day at 3 o'clock, p. m., and d--parts iniaic l.a'ely S..!iih. Weitem Every day at 2 o'clock, p. m., and departs same day at 5 o'clock, West. Gasten Every Tuur.-day at G o'clock, p. m., returns t (lochen next ?av. Fort Wayne EveryWedncsday at 12 o'clock m. and'tarts hack at 1 o'cloc k Name day. Oilman; Every Saturday at 4 o'clock p. rr.., and returns immediately. Nttrah d! Every Saturday at 2 o'clock, p. m., and r.turus at 4 p. m., same day. All moils close half an hour before the de parture of fcaid inaili. L. C BARBER, P. M. PLYMOUTH BOOT & SHOE SHOP. m WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of Plymouth and the public generally, that he intends offering to the public, a new and eood assortment of 15 o o 1 s :i n d Shoes this Sprinc, and letter than has ecrberore been sold in Plymouth, lie keeps constantly on hand a full assortment of all kinds of work in his line of business he hns under his em ploy, men v.-ho ara capable' of making the sanie. Persons wishing to purchase wiil find him nlv.rs on hand. Plymouth, Indiana; Feb. 9, 1S51. 5tf. 12rtg8! Itruffs! 1 ifK.. it 'TV" z 'H'N.in;,iih rTHE undersigned thankful to the public 1 for past iavors, would ln.orm them that he has on hand a full supply cf DjetulTs, Clscmicals, Glass-Ware, PUTTY, C1GA II S. B O OKS, STATIONARY, and all the PATENT MEDICINES, worthy oi public confidence. Among his Pa tent Medicines are Dr. Tuwnsends Sarsaparilla, Dr. Myers' Sarsaparilla of Wild Cherry and Dandelion, GraefenturjrSnrsnparilla, Lowden's Saraparilla; Jayne's Alterative, Jayne's Ex pectorant, Joyne's Vermifuge $ Pills Jayne's Carminative Rabam. Lou-leu's 'Medicines, Wistnr's P dsam of Wild Cherry; Brant's Pul monary Halsam, Drint's Punfyinp Extract, Untied States Syruu, Roger's Liverwort and Tar, MofTnt's Pills and Phoenix Bitters, (irtcf enhurg Medicine.-', Hu Id s Ointment, BuId's Liniment, Lorchs Ohio Liniment, ' Chinese Liniment, Famlls Liniment and Oinlmcnt, and Slilall's Indian Vermifucc. Having 1.0 proCts to divide nor lcr.ts ta fay, he will .-ell at Michigan City prices, or as Ijw as can be alTorJel in Is'ortheru Indiana. ' 11. B. PKrtSUIXG. riyr.outh, April 13th, 1S51. nl3 ly. TA8E TÖiEhY KOTlfE A LL PliU-ONS INDLSIXD TO ME ARE a A. fpeciaMy rerp.tesiel to vlliup, forlli u'illj. ar d SEI TLE. A.LSTN FULLER. Plymouth. May 2S, 185 1. 151 WOOL! Waa'.el by WOOL!! TOMlROY & CO,, OL I.iUcil's Living .lx' Pnofp; ( t' p. Tbi v.-c-rk i rn-.ducicd in he spirit of I. ittc-U's ?T.'i n -:.f Foreign Li'entur (w!.iv'iv.Ms 'fivoral !y rc-e ivr'd I y t he pu'dic cr lvcn-y ycf'is) v'.its- it i.- f-rie lar.'O, ail a;Te.ir:? ' :tcn v.-ith n it oi'y spirit r..i frt-U tits.s ;o ii by many things wh'.eh were cxrla ''t'ü by a liio.r i s cebiy, but while ''U3 exten tS'v.iz e'tr cope s-vt ?vif-ia Acri'erar. I mora directive var'.cy, are r." 1 j ircreie the sol.i iUbstntial par: oi i terVrv. historical, and political harvest, aj fully to laa-s y tLe waa:i , of the Amcri' an roller. i The elaborate an..', stately csiys the lurzh Qunrerltj, aud other ilevlev.s and lllae'i troop's noble criticism oil Poetry, his koe.i pi iitlcal Cornmcutarie?, I: illy vrou.ht Tales, ant vivid descriptions of rural and mountain h( tu ry; an 1 the contributions o' Literature. History, and Cu.ni.-on Li e, l.y the sa-ac-iois SusQt'it-tr. the 'pirl;lirr Examiner, the juli cious Anthenoeum, the buy a:il itf-utrioui Literary Güzetie, the sensivo and co;nprehen ive Eritiannia, the olcr sr.d r-specialde Ciiris tiati Ohrcrvrr, the :e are iasrmixel with th Military and N.wal retniuiecuresoi the Uni ted: Services, aad the bes4 article-; of the Dub lin L'r.h ersiry. New 2,1 ;.:.!, Eraser's, Traits, Ainsworth's Uool's and Sp .rtriz's Majar.ines, und of Ciiamher's almiral Jo-iraal. We do not con.i'Ier it beneath our d;?n.ty to borrow wit cr v.-;vom froni.Puii'th; and when wc vn:ik it pons! cno''t'b to n ake u.so o tie thunder of The Time;?. Wc shail iacrea. e cur var ety by importations rj-;i the cenaiic it o Li: j--e, ani and . ro.ii the i.cv go .v.h. o. ILj D.-.tht: csl nies. The steamship has I ron ;ht Europ.tr Aia. anl Aricijiri'o our neighbor 'ioo i: a:i l w.li rreit- 4l 111 1, 111 V V - ly multiply our connection, as M Travelers, and Politician?, wrh all Iercüa.ils, parts of the wo:li, vo that much more thn ever now becomes every intelligent American 1d be in formed o' the con-Juicn aril choneio" tbreija j tountre. And this not only because u' their rearer co:itiC'-;io;i wh:i our.civci, tj.i Lt'cauit t!ie nation sce:-i to be ha.stfcuithrou.jh a rap id progress o ' change, to soate new stte of thm.'F.whi'.e the merely political pr-'phct can not compute or iore. ee. Tlrms, The LiviUi- Ace is ;-ubI;iLed every Saturday, by E. Litt.:.i.. v. C" ...corner oi'Tre mont and Dnomf.cll its., D):on; l'rice 12 k cents a numb.- r, or sir. ill:s a year ir. adrance. Remittance for any periol v. ill Le thar.kully received anl promptly ctte.id to. Tj iusur regularity i:i mailing the work, cedcrj sLouli be'nddreiitd tu lud cS-c u. p -abiiciiica &i a bo7e. 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