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OnUdttt yune OFFICE: No. 13 Tenth Street. Thornton's Building. DAILY EDITION MONDAY EVENING. JANUARY 24, 1870. JOHN H. OBERLY & CO DEATH OP OEQRQE D. PRENTICE. Ocoryo D. Prentice, tlw Journalist and poet, Ih no more. He died, nt lil.s roonm In Loulnvlllo at 10 m Inn ten to 4 o'clock Saturday morning. Ah n poet, an u wit and an a satirist, Prentice wn without nncrjtml luhlflday "Wliat shall be Ills place in the temple of fame, It Ih Hcnrcely for us, who live yet In tlio triable of IiIm presence, to de termine." Wo only know that In hla death one of tho greatest of American poetH and writers lias fullou, and that wo may uevcrnee la I like aaln. t THE REPUBLICAN PRESS ON VIRGINIA. Wo aro glad to noo that Home of the ablest and truest Republican papers In the country aro taking strong grounds against tho present persecution of Vir ginia. The New York 'Tribune' puts In a forcible plea for Immediate admlxsiou In tho course of an elaborate artlolo on the subject, ltoluervcs: We cannot reasonably exepet millions io uniearn ai a worn an inoy liavo nun posed truo and renounco all they have believed, l ou cannot reasonably expect men reared In the belief thatslavery was me true etiuditiou oi mo negro (o m con verted at once to a hearty faith in the equal rlglits of men. There are doubtless still many thousands in Virginia who wish that our civil war had reHiltcd dif ferently that Urant had surrendered to Leo rather than Leu to Grant. Supposo England Had kept tho High lauus (inner niuruiii law no lotiir as anr one remained wtio de)lored the remit of tne uattle or uuiiotion and sighed for tho return of "Charlie over tho watur," what Would have been the probable ettuct?" Again we entreat the Ilpubllcaus in Congress to act promptly, generously, wisely. It was wrong to havo sufTorcd a day to pass after tho Virginia deltga Hon presented Iticlf without admltlng them. Every exaction now made of them will tend to evil, and that only. Erory day's hesitation is an injury and a Ion. Any requirement that the Legislature nliall be purged of those fairly elected will bo an exhibition of bad faith, and tend to invalidate Virginia' ratification of tho Fifteenth Amendment. We pray that Virginia be admitted without further exactions, and before tho clo.o of thfs week. Terrible Earthquake. AWlioln Town IlcmbllNliud. A Vlcna papcrlearns from Constanti nople that tho Subterranean volcanic action In tho basis of the northeastern part of tho Mediterranean Hea, so long a cause of anxiety, haa at length led to a great catastrophe. Tlis town and dis trict of Meutesho, in tho province ef Aidln, near Smyrna, has been laid wasto by an earthuuake. On the first of January, at six o'olock In tho even ing, tho Inhabitants wiro suddenly star tled by a loud subterranean noise and shock. A second followed with a sound like thunder, welch, fortunately, fright ened the people out of their houes, A third ensued with such vioUucc that the whole town was destroyed Tlirso persons who staid In their houses were killed. Marmarltza. and Mula, small vllllagei In the vicinity, also suffered greatly. I Startling Extravagance. 'Grniit'H AdiiiiiilHtratlmi Cost $28,000,000 more tliuii JoIiiihoii'm. From tho Natloaal Demoorat.) A day or two sinco, Mr. Uawos, of Pennsylvania, who by ttio way, has foru this mado Home revelations not creditable to tho radicals, mado the Astonndlng revolations that Grant's ad ministration Is moro expensive than that of Johnson." Mr. Dawee proposed to compare the expenditures of Johnson's administra tion with the estimates of the present one, which showed an increaso of over 528,000.000 beyond the amount required by Johnson. He referred to the pledgor of tho republican party of economy and retrenchment and said in this lnuse alone, these pledges woro to bo redeem ed. "Now it Is well known tho estimates seldom equal tho actual expenses. Hut here is an assertion that the estimates for Urant's administration, which will doubtless bo Increased by special appro, prlatlons when tho hills are paid, exceed by SiS.OOO.OOO. what was actually re quired by the administration of ex President Johnson. Tills does not toll a very favorable story for economy. Hut Jlr. Dawes gives still further light npon this subject of economy In tho depart mentH." Ho Bald: "There was but ono of those departments that didn't estimate an In creaso of expenditures over the appro, prlatlons of lust year. Tho exception was the poor, unpopular ottorneygon eral, and ho hoped It was not becuuse of that romnrkablo trait In his character, tlint It was Jcontemplated at the olhor end: of tho capltol. to relievo him from public services, and drlvo him to prlvato life." Tho poonlo will do well to romomder these facts, stated by a republican mom bor on tho floor of tho house, with tho papers verifying his words ready for uso, upon his table. Grant's watchword was "economy." Tho battle cry of radlca. llsm has always been "economy," und that is about all that has been dune for that public virtue. Whilo shouting economy at tho top of their voloes, they have steadily increased expenditures, so that now one of their members can say there Is hut one department that does not ask moro than last year, and thut Is thut;of tho attorney general, and who Is tso unpopular, that he could not be con firmed uh a Justice of tho supremo court. Astounding. Dcrolopcments. A I JKAIUUL PICTIIIli: OF HAD IOAL EXTRAVAGANCE. A Democratic JjCfflslrUtiru Costs tlio Sluto of IIIIiioIh $95,95:1. Radical JLiOtyislaturo CoHts &270,Vr& 38! WILL TUB ;Pt!OPLK NliBEP OS hxekp KVKHT AND Tho Constitutional Convontlon has un earthed evidence of a radical cxtravn gance, that can but astound ovary lion est man in Illinois, The startling dls closeureis made In tho following report of tho Commlttco on Retrenchment: The committee say: In view of tho facts abovo contained, the committee deem It, proper to submit to the convention tho following consld eratlons: ' 1st. That tho government of this State Is carried on under a constitution wholly Inoperatlvo and its Imltfc'lons upon the General Assembly intbelr appropria tions out of the treasuy of the Ktuto for the payment of Its members, for their servlcea while ussomiled. For the pur pone of Illustrating our views, und for no purpose of censuro, tho cominlttco ask your attention to tho following facts: Out present constitution provides that "the membersTof tho General Assembly hall receive for their service the sum of two dollar per day and no more." Yet In the face of this positive provision tho committee feel authorised in saying that somo of the General Assemblies have made sucli appropriations that the members msroor nave, iy inuirecuon recolved a very tnucU larger sum, aver aging per day, in some Instances, during the entire term of the legislative session, per member, nearly, If not quite, ten times thatamouut. Wcro the convention to examine tho annexed figures, found among the Items of cost of tho last General AHscmbly, It will bo seen that the costto tho State for newApapora for ttiat session amounted to tho sum of 13.5.400 80. for stationery fO,7CO 10, for postage 18,460 40, for pocket knives $702 60. Tlie Items Just mention ed may suffice to show hew tho treasury of tho State has been depleted of Its wealth In s manner never contemplated by the framera of our present constitu tion, anu am insreiore ieavo mis circui tous route to the vaults containing the people's treasury too poorly guarded by tho organic law. Your commltteethore fore sunost that the constitution be so amended In this particular that no fu ture General Assembly shall be able by indirection or subterfuge to accomplish what could not be constitutionally dono by direct legislation, and would recom mend tho following as an amendment to tho Constitution: "No rauKir of tho general Assembly shall directly or Indirectly receive any fee. com Herniation, allowauco. or per quisite whatever from the State, beyond the compensation expressly allowed by this Constitution." Your committee would furthor suggest that much of tho time of tho General Assembly has heretofore been spent In special legislation, at very great cost to tlio ntate; mai many inousanu uouars havo been expended In enacting, prints ink'. blndlnR and dlitrlbuting tho spocial laws of this State, which woro worso than useless to the people, and benefit only those for whom they are passed. Tho laws eaacted by our last General Assembly are published In nvo volumes, One volume of 435 nacros. Including Index embraces all of the public laws; the re maining four volumes consisting or 3,iut pages, Including Indox, are the results of special legislation, and compose the private laws of one General Assembly. The pro portion of legislation performed for the henont of tho people, If our figures are correct, is less than oncsighth of tho en tiro legislation accomplished by tho General Assembly. Tnk ncr the totu cost, te tlio State, or the last General Assembly, us furnished to the commlttoo by tho State Auditor, and charging up to tho special legisla tion. Its rates of oost and wo uro startled with tho enormous sum of moro than 240,OOO paid out of tho Treasury of tho State in ono sesslnu of the Legislature, for such lawsas havo no roforsuco to tho general wants of tho people. Your com mi t to aro uierorore con strained to say that, In its opinion, the Constitution should he bo amended as to prevent special legislation upon all sub jects that can bo regulated by general law. All of which Is respectfully aubmlttod. GEO. O. WAIT, Chairman. A8TOUNDINO EXPENDITURES. Annended to the report Isndotaliod statement of tho exponses of tho Consti tutional Convention or mo.', and or the GenoralAssorabliosof 16G3, 1605, 1807aud ISO!): The sgprfgetolexpwiees of theConstlltt 1 1 oil I Convention of Utl gmount to.... t S0,87i 19 AKKrrKt cxpeiiicii ef the iSil tteniTnl amcuioij, ii'jj, wnru ooiil jiuuam uu r). inocrtlc mtlorltr 9.V9.13 01 Pitta of tlio '.Mth ! nrril Aoti)blj' IK1, wnea me itiwjicai pariT niu n ninjonij in Loth Ilotur H7.JO-J 00 Pitto of tlio OStli Ocnord Anenibly 1807, wncn mo itiairai rariT naua nmioriiy In both Ilouiri lt(S.17U S3 Ditto of tlio Jfth V(neil Aioniblj, Ut l, wnn ino Kiiiicii parir una a intjoriiT in iMth Hoiuri - 171.100 04 Total AKgrcK'vtPi of Oenoul Anerablj for llioiunr lait irtnioni n Kiponen of cntcintlon of net 6,b71 to DurliiK the: reading of tho report tho convention wasattontlvo, and at Its con clusion an intense sensation prevailed. Mr. Turner noncu ino report would be printed aud spread brand-cast before tlie people, e was very severe in no muiolivtion of the prevalent corruption. Ho said that during the session of IStiO two hundred and forty thousand dollars of tho neonle's money Was spent in spec lal legislation of no possible benefit to the public. In tho session of 1807, tho members received in various IteniB a per d om of twontv dollars eacii tie moveu the nrlntlntr of three thousand copies of the report and accompanying tabular statement. Mr. Knvdor desired tho printing of ten thousand conies. Ho vehemently de nounced tho "stealing," which was shown to havo been general. Ho want ed all the doodIc to read the startling oX' posurc;and, In a speech of groat power, held thn irulltv un to nubile reprobation. Mr. Parks said It was a waste of money V mini moro than toe usual numuer. Mr. hrownlne hoped tho controversy would not fall Into tho extravagance, of which complaint was mado. Ho said 'inn tfiniisAiid conlcB wero unnecessary. 'inasmuch as tho report would reach the neon o tliroiiL'h ttio newspapers. Mr. Alien, of Crawford, wa In favor of faying tlio matter before ino peopio; ue cared not, wno wassiricKen. , Mr. J3ryan said tho fault lay with tho people, In that they were too credulous, und too often did not discriminate bo tween houest,aud dishonest forvants. The Clerical Elopement. Its iiioiinicut The Deluded Voting Iituly Kclurncd, "Pure ukHiiow." TIIK RKVEKEJfD IXOPBR IH VERT flOLICITOI'M ABOUT THE YOUNU UDVK HKPl'TATIOW. UiM A Lotter to the New York 'Tribune.' The details of the elopement of the Ijv. Horace Cooke with Miss Johnson an innocent and unsuspecting school girl have already been published broad cast. One day last week, Mr. Johnson. whoso anexlty for the welfare of his child hud beeu almost beyond human endu- ?atice, received a letter, which was dellr crc'l at ins residence in rovumu street by a hotel porter. This letter was dated ew York, January 12th, and signed by the recreant pastor. It stated thut, Im pressed as he was with the enormity of lis crime anu ino trouuio wnicn no nau hrouitht upon both the family of .Mr. Johnson and his own, ho was nt fit to live and wan ltd to die. He thuroforo, us iight repartition for the evil doue, wouiu inform tne miter mai ins uauguter could bo found at the Everett House. Immediately uoii tho receipt of this In telligence Mr. Johnson proceeded to the hotel and mere round ins daughter. It seems tliaton i rlday arterueon as Miss Johnson was returning from school. she was met by Cooke, who Joined her aud walked wltli tier somo distance, talking with Irer as usual. Finally he proposed thut she should go to tho Everett House, and by various threats aud representations Induced her to no company him. Miss Johnson .state that educated as she was to regard her pastor with reverenco and to look upon him as her spiritual and temporal guide, shu accompanied him unhesitatingly. Arrived ut tho hotel Cooke registered Miss Johnson as his sitter, under the name of Miss Mary Campbell, and sue was assigned a room. Here her father yesterday morning discovered her, and with her relumed heme. The story of Cooko'u appearance in the 'World' ofllce.hls assault of Mr.Crely, an editor, his arrest and lodgment In u station house, has already been told by L telegraph. Tho following Is tho lotter rt. .. ...... .. i. - v... VmiiL i't.ii t. UO BUIlb IU MIU ilOW AVID. XilUUUU . To the Flitor of tho Tribune Bin: Will you glvo tho words of a criminal a placo In your columns? I do not ask to excuse mysolf Oh, no I I only wish tho TitUTU to ho known. If I could1 only write, I would, "a plain, unvarnlsh ed talo' deliver, but ray head and my heart hurt me so that I cannot. On this day the young lady will be re turned to her homo, as jjuro and as good as when I first saw her. She lias been with mo as my sister. Of course we did not inUnt that, but mV wretched heart .tting mo at the beginning, and my only desire Is to repair (ub far as I can) the in Jury I havo dono to all my friends so ood to mo nud to the church but "tho amncd blot' will ncrcr out. (Excuse tho blots, they woro caused by tho snapping of tho pen,) I wish that I could write but I cannot. Let mo make a few statements, and for God'fl sake beliovo tne: 1st. Ididnot 1 hate not seduced Miss Johnson. If I had, why should I bring her back? If I was villlsn enough to ruin her, would I uot havo boon villain enough to keep her? It is uot fear of personal Injury that prompted mo, be cause I could havo eluded everybody, If I chose, aud I am back now and ready to pay any ponalty tho family may require, only don't let anybody else come near mo; for Inasmuch as tho papers say I am a wolf, it must bo remembered that wolves bite. 2d. I did not correspond with horjwhen in Europe. 3d. I ncrer visited the school until the day we loft the city. 4th. I was Rover In an assignation house with her or any oue else, In my life. 6th. No "panel-thieves" havo black mailed me, and I defy and cLallenge any living man or woman to lay aught against my character since I have been a minister of the trosnpl, If anybody panel thieve or anyone ele havo letters of mino, let in em puonsn tiiem. as i hope for mercy no, I doat hope for any; on my aoul on everythihg that men hold sacred even tho most depraved I swear it is nof On?. I havo done wickedly enough, but don't paint me blacker than I am. What I was before leutored the ministry ought not to damage my character or veracity now. Many actors are better than I am; and because I havo turned out a re probate that Is no reason why audi v 11 lunlous tirades should be launched against tho church. If I could bo flvo minutes In tho urcsonco of tho man who wrote tho report In tho ' World', I would be satisfied. My chlofest anxloty la about tho young lady. Oh 1 I am certain that those who know me, who havo been intimately connected witn mo unit otltevc me. never aid wickedly at AlamaronecK or Flushing, I don't wonder they write so, for a man who would do what I havo done, it 1b very natural to suppose would ao anytning. Don't unueraUnd that I am trying to rcuso myself. I am not. I want .either 'nlty nor mercy. Let that be undnitOM--nrfeetli. ' I say, again, the young lady Is pure as snow, and I &sn ready to do anything that will lead to confirm my assortlon. Fardon mo for troubling you; and put mis in good snape. ror i can't write at though I want to. HORACE COOKE, w '--a-o HOW HK.OCBBM KHVKATIJIJl. A Cincinnati tolegram of tho tOth nays: Goorgo Teal, a German, undertook tak ing rorty-ono pints or medicineii warm water In lees than twenty-four hours to euro rhumatlsm. Ho bezun at eoven o'clock last evening und nt twelve bad taiion twenty-nine pints and was .uiior- Iuk excruciating pain. This morning he uieu, it inuu unmeti, Asononouru, wuo prescribed for htm, Is arrested. Ho says it Is a receipt from a butcher in tho old JI-, , , , - country. NATIONAL BANKS. PITY NATIONAL HANK. Osvlxro. xi I in oa. Capital W. I. HAtiLIDATi Prisldomtl A. B. IAKPOHD, Casfelari WALTKIl llYMbOP, AssUUftt CasJllor. Blf octors. frTAATt TATIOK. I W. P.HAI.MPAT, OEO.U. W1IJ.IAMHON, jhTKl'llKK IillU. A. li. HArtum;, Eisbsafe, Cols, and Unite Ktates Hotids Bausjhl and old. Depil JUctivtd, if.ul a Omtrai ftankitt? dMti'MJir rpHK FIItST NATIONAL BANK mo. UAM1KL. IIVHD, KOBT. W. MIM.P.H Vlce-l'tlrMlJxUt. lraiuDt C. N. Ill' IKI, Caahler. Oelleetloas PrtmBtly Atteadesl to. CichaHg, CIm, lltak llitii us (to loaarlllos, 33ous;li1 ovnd Sol Uullaa Interest febidtf Allowed ea TIa Deyotlli. 1LANDVILLK COLL KM K, HI,AIVILLE, KY. FACULTY: LOEONM1T11. Proslilettf, Prof. t Last (uaKca, Ptoff r HctMrai NoloMoaa C A. VEXCI1T F. r. TRITTEH K. I. B17I.KACK... ..I'rof. Mathomalloa and l'rlaclpal BsiUuii Ncbool. uFror. of Kaallsh. -Lecture est Cammcrclal B. P.1CETT, Leciiirar an Phrsltlocr and Hxgieae, 1116.1.. K. SMITH, rrMsntrnt and I'rltxlpal of Mu- to fchoal. HIHSW. WHITMAN, TriaclpM f TrlmarT Behool. MtSH O. WHITHAN, AnltUal " MK4. C. K. KtilitOTr, Ttocaar of OrsuaasUf Wcik. Courses of Sttidy: Thi ClaMlcal and SeUntlne reurt of this InMltti. tlcn Include tlie itudica uiualljr purmod, and upon their kucceitful comi'letion tlie rt-rfular rfojjret are couferrid. UL'NINEKS SJCIIOOIm The conrie m thin achoot Inrludei rvnmamlifp, Coinmrrolul Arithmetic, llook-Kff plaj, TeWropli ligand Commercial Law, with the dttf o of Jliutfr o Areouoti. MVNIO BCIIOOI.. IatliWeaoollnitruc.tioniKlvculr the practice of ramie u;on inMruineun, ami m inorr, inciuning tliorou(f) liase, Jlurmony, Countorpolntund Ceinpo. Itlon. with rufcreiico to nronarutiuu for tiuchlni; If dird. PREPAKATOR- DKl'ART.HK.IT. Thin drpurtmcnt Includci the ttmllos nc-Cf twj to prfpreforr,Kl'lircoiirc In Collcgo. It alto tncludra a coune of aludjr nrrangtd for Ihoio whose time or meant aro limited and ro thereby un. able to purauoone mora extended. EXPENSES : Tuition pr Seialon of SO weeks, In Collrg Coiirie - - - IU 00 Tulllm In llualnoaa Hclioul Jd 00 11 In Pre jmrmtorr Department - 20 00 " tvOirillUU CUKIIBll M M. IJ UU HlKher " - 11 Lauguage .. ( at 18 00 20 (JO 20 00 ts oo l'ractlco orMuala Theory ef Mimic, U tJi or Initrutnent..... a 00 Vocal Mualo, (in cliaa) S 00 " Drawlnf 6 09 Oriiameiilal Work 0 00 Th l.tbrarj and Reading Itoout, which contains all Hit, leading panodciaU, are froo to Uta aludeaU. Hoard laprlraai faalllea, locludlaf lie lit and fuel, an da obtalaad at trom St to S3 per week. The next ataaion opana oa Tharaday, Jaaaary?7lb, 1170, undcontlnuea 'iti wttka. Htudrnta admitted at any lime. For further information addreaa the J?reairfent,or A. J WARIJKN JaulOwJm Clerk of lioa'rd of Truncal. OAS. rjlO OAS CONSUMERS. Hcir. 0. P. Tester A Co., near earner of Rights, street and Ucmimfciil f onue, haie auppiied thaaa aelfua with one of V. McDonald A Co. a Ufalllbla He li r Teetria. Purtlea dUaitlaSed with the rg later. iih af tueir metera cau uow hare (hem tailed. If the mvter are found truo tho email expense of the teat willueoharxod to the party CKtialna; It 1 it th meter I- Mind lnwrrtt, uo f bajje will mado myUU COPARTNER. The copartnership heretofore exlatlsc under the namennd atylo of K. K. Davis A Co., wa dlMolTd on tho 18th Instant, by mutual consent, andalldcbu duo the firm rnuatbo paid to Mr. A. A. Arick.wholg duly autlioriicd to receiT and receipt for the same. P. W. HAMLIN. M. . rDATlS. January 21,187031 J)JOTICE. Ultia n.. . .... r. January. IT, 187. Thn partnership ofM.Leger, Hood A Co., Is this day dljolTcd by mutual consontof all partnera. Tho unsettled business of tlio rm will ba selUed by Morris, Ilnod . tbalr uyteaaora la the buainaat, nho are authorliod to use the name of St. Lwr. m w., iu iijMuii, o m It r in m m 11. JOHN 8T. I.KOXR, K. II HOOD, , ,. J. A. V. TEN BTCK. JsnUllnISi, Mound City 'JourBal' oepy 31 and send bill to this Ortice. OR00ERIE8-COMMISSI0N. JJ M. HULEN, WHOLESALE GEOOER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 72 Ohio Levee, Cairo, I1L Itarttiscu i. ... MerehaoU sf Cairo. lanMf Gr. D. WILLIAMSON, WHOLESALE OROCBB. PrtODUCK AND COMMIHSlnX iwx n n o xe jl zcr a. As. 76 Ohio Levee, Cairo, III. Boeclal attention sirea lo enmlnnanli anrf HI I in orders. " .Mil's W. 8TKATT0.V. T. gTRATTON.&BIRD, fSaaeMort U Stattos, liodsen A OaritX WJIOLBHAT.B Groecn and Commission MrrchsHts. Asentaot Aaaarlcao Pawder Conntl MniiiitaalMrasa Aajenla fur Coituu Yarns, N. 57 Oblo Lcvro, Cairo, III. ocU'esiiif gAML WILSON, Dealer In BOAT STORES, fiROCERIMf ANI I'R0' XIO Olxlo Xioxree, ocUtf C'Nlre, Illloeia. pETEH CUHL, Kxclnslve , FLOUR MERCHANT AM) MIM.KRS AGENT. Ka. 80 Ohio Lctpo, Cairo. IlllnnU. Orders aollolUd and fl.led. promptly and attalaatorlly ocldtf DYAS T. PARKER. JOHN II, PIHLT.IS; pARIOJR & PHILLIS, Ococraj Commission and Forwarding McrclianU And Dealers in Ilay, Corn, Oats, Brno, nud all Klada at Produce, OHfU I.EVEE....................eAlKOl ILL. apldtf f . B. ATEM. K. J. ATBRS. JYERS & CO, iXj otrn iso essxstL COMMISSION MERCHANT Xo. 133 Ohio Leva, CAIUO, ILL, malTdlf J M. PflILLU'8 & CO., (Snceeeaora ao !. B. fleidritka k Ue.,) FerwardlBs; and Commlsslou MorckaiU AND rVKAIirilOAT PKOl'KIKTOtlM, 0lX0 - - - XUluolsi, Liberal Advances Made on Conttgnmmtt. Vre prepared lo reeMre, atore or forward Ire igkU to Ul poluta ; buy or sell on oommlaslon. Uasineaa al ondoi to wits promptocas. aatodawa1 Q W. GREEN, (lucre ssor to Pallis, Oreen ft C.,) FLOUB AO-B1TT. AND GeBsral Conmilsslou Mcrehsat, CAIRQaaatoaaoosoew minew aaas aes HtlAtj aaafl tnrl tf P VINCENT, I)ealer In Otoserloe, Lime, TfaHer I'arla. ttaeitra Hair, Ccmeat. in bulk, ulttavs en hand. Ohio Ivo, Cairo Illinola. Comer Klghth street t railUt: FOREIGN EXCHANGE. F OU HALE, IT JOHN W. TIIO VKfll tL CO., nilOKERS AM) EXCHANGE DEALEKM Eighth ulittt, secoad door frwm Com. Ate., EX01IANOE ON Great Britain. I Southern Germanr. Ireland, France, Northsrn Gcrmanf, Sweden, Norway. Alio, Fajsaca Ticket from " LwerpoQl, London, Havre, Antwerp, Rremtn. and Hamburg, to New i'ork, Or to any point West. WColteetionj tu4eon soy point In Ruropa. - t sir DISSOLUTION OF SHIP. I. t 1 tfc. Al Wt..