List of letters held at the post office 21 June 1853 Baltimore, MD

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BALTIMORE, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1853. LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING IN THE BAL- BAL- i TIMORE POST-OFFICE. POST-OFFICE. POST-OFFICE. June 21, lh63. Otti-I Otti-I Otti-I cially published in the paper having the largest cir- cir- , culation. JE-Feroni JE-Feroni JE-Feroni callinr for lettm in th followinr hit, will pltai. I 'jr they r adTtrtiel,othrvite Ihr may not ri Ibcm, , u. THE SUN. I AN-1 kind-; A4ami Marpiret A'Unia Hannah Anderson Hirah Allrjrood Maria ArrifMi Mra Brown Miry Ad lirogaD ('alhiirui. Butler Mary Aun vroa Caroline LAHIKS' LIST I Finn Catharine Koebener Jaue Groom. Aniiit J 'Ooriuch Matilda iOil) Jotephine lurif ;a Cliiabetn McCab Anna MeColfin Miry .VcL'oi Mra ir N '-od '-od '-od Miu Ne.l Mr. J A Nub Mna H 8 American Stocks Held ih Europe. In j N. T Times of Saturday is published ma estimate of the indebtedness of this country to Eurort. in j the way of United States, SUte, City and Railway i ' IFor tha ! The PLCAor I prU)ripl that a man t"c I'.pr nil r f t tn tw from twnal (leffradatlnn. mand, oo the trt of ttomldde should be so Buvdiui Marfiret onmey Mr .G.orhaon Ardelia Nelaou Ann .Grnminer Haniuh Nickol. Mr Harll iQardner Ruth Nurn Jaoa . a . . . . .. obligations, &x. The amount Is put down in 1S ,njm "uture 1 at bln. ttivm nnrv i. ,fi-. ,fi-. ,fi-. . ofii -vmn -vmn tntUlns; mnrder. In 1 !-, !-, !-, ice, ;;7 IT 7JJT r Uch rases, courts, la 1S53, at $3lloo.ooo. Last rear when the Times trt. .rnn,rv. i IGilixr Mary B Hawkim Mary E Kuth Kiif lILrwuod Mr tliarm.n Mary ; Hyland Arju mia Harper Mr A Hill Ann Hal! Mri W W Hoinuian Rebecca Harwood ISitMn Bowena Ann Baird Klira K Bkcr Ann B..rker Martha Barney E Banahead Mim Brrona Alaria Fiimi Ehul tth Full Hxrriet B-tltxll B-tltxll B-tltxll Catharine Blick Klixnl-eth Klixnl-eth Klixnl-eth Eut.ri .tiary Ann Eruce fcllleu B.ird tliia. Barker Jaue A Brtnn Mry c ccaier at. Burd Mr E T Bount Sarah Br. wo tin. Cr.ern Matilda Cole Anna Old. II Mr K A CUrk N.laoo E Clarke Kate Ch.unii Prance Carroll Henrietta M' Johoano Buaa Calwell Catharine 'lickaon Manidn Chamberlin BarahE Kemp tlitahuh Cain in Catharine :Kanilnn h P ConpUnd Mra Cennrdyjin Craell Ada jfnnjrMiry :iBey Bridget ! Kyle Mr Da.ial Cavanah '.tliarine I.mcela Ann Calwell Marr K Lake Cordrlia Councilroau Mar 'Uaibaun W Cliaii.i. Julie iOimi Catharine t.rrjnimott Hannah C Habouro Mra J.a Uviufl hVirht N jOrt'cer Mary Ana Puree Mary lPnc Martha A IPxnij Puain M jParker Rebecca tPichot Mad. me iPtieli- iPtieli- Kachel jPalmer Sar.h A ;Pirnarce Eliitella Penn etr.h stated the amount at $261,200,000, some thought tt I too hlsh, and will think so still; the amount for 1 1353 is, however, probably about corrorL Tlie in- in- j crease between 1352 and I So 3 would therefore be 'P.npkin Henrietta!) Polk Lime 'Hiria Puaan Phi hpa Mr Wm nainr. iviia iv n inrurmr Anna Hall Ml A ;Hnrit klmiaa A iHariiill 8,lia U iHotchredi Mary Rire.a Mr K A W Rideway Cathar' Reed rain Remmey Mary H riamiiton IlebeccaK Kol inna Blarf ar.t n.naon Ann nny.toai a.laTnaoilal Hammill Sli Rotberu Cathariu Hennler Bti E M Rot'i.n., l.ouiat Ir.ii BeckT ! Johnaan M ra Jnktna Mary E a Casain Mar Calif Mary Jane Creig 8i.rah Jji Csmeron Ann B Chranen Mr P Pe Cormck Mia PicVinaon Cornell rtdy Harriet N Djti Mary iit.nenia1 Clvira. lodt'iii Mary Ann D.ahiell Khiabeth Pillaway Do.lthe Dumoot Madame r-yr r-yr r-yr Jane I.yoi.i Catharine I Limn jr Mary J L.oree llannan Rii.k Uemireiia Kohaaan .!. Ro Martha A .Kkinner Klia. C Kent Mary Aon Siatope Marl ha R chSr Praatre. tihuhri I'aiharin Kandlofil tvelmai Belrien IUhii Kprinr lidelen Hielrr.or Ann. Hktuner Mry C Rhorey Arm Simla. Catharine Biurfton aiarrarei of the law. in sanity, as to arq'tlt the to transfer htm to a ess may be studied an considerably larrer than is shown by the table, and VlZL w ' . i.iit .liaui t urbatlDaa kteiy ! shall hare reenrerrd tJe amount between IMS and IS52, proponlona ess. The followins: is the table referred to: I be dUcharrrd br due Estimated amount of American stocks owned la Manv cases of foielfrn countries or advanced on by forcixn ; Dn lnu placed under houses and issued for various State, city, county, I turned ul to is? Lankins:, canal and railway purposes, as compared ' r'ul the patient lor with the amount of it ork aa-i aa-i aa-i held in ii.) .rut in t dilTers rtratly from 1S32: i tlarr. In havinr various eerially that of being household coinibrts. Sometimes a man irom an Irresistible ifrV-lerfuai ttrVautow, known homicidal act was cast away the delusion flt, as far as human his place among the expert, hsrlnf rharfe to a Jury in aidintt will justly liberate the ILewia Ednh Horner 8--hiinr 8--hiinr 8--hiinr 8--hiinr Matilda A JLubaitch Mary Lincoi v ire; una. t.ee MnUrlando Lav Ann Lone Mary Le Earie Anna M Mar. hill Mr H H Monk CriTio3 Morn Mia E Mankiu Mary Merntl Matilda (J Morn Mi C Edward M ire Ann Maaou Mra John J Klwrll Kin ibnh Moland Mr C P M W illiaw. Mary M K4warda Charlotte Mill fchi-t.rth fchi-t.rth fchi-t.rth A Wnrht tln.b.ih StourTer Rebecca O Smith Sar.ib Mojith f'r-ince f'r-ince f'r-ince A TSoini Mary T ThoiLpaou M 'linda Thomas bylvn P Trero Emm, W Thompon Mary A Tn. k J.ne Taah Ann Taylor Mr W O t'aittal Ctharme W ie Maria Jea.pe Federal New York Peentylfania... fhio.. M:ch:f an Mts--huset.. Mts--huset.. Mts--huset.. Mts--huset.. Ma-yland Ma-yland Ma-yland ViraTiiin K- K- uth Caaoiina. a Alabama M-nipj, M-nipj, M-nipj, 'JVxa- 'JVxa- Arkansas 'JVtin.!r.p. ..... KirtiKky I !iana Illinois Mi i I.oui iana North C'ariipna.. t'slifonn 1 N. J. hail road -.. -.. i'lori.la Temt'y. Dis. Coiunibis.. ISIS tll.Caju.KO. le.uaj.laa) nl.i.O .Vl.i,ia) 1,1 lai.taa) f .fal POO S IH) (i o . to Tiai.K"! 7.Cai,i.l ".C a i.i Kit 3 h.i ii.i J..", 0,uio a,6..i 1 a". 1 J,. tl.l. 5,'" iKai lu.oiaj.lxi A.ai.i.al IS.Wii.UO 1S6J. m.-,ooj m.-,ooj m.-,ooj 4".la.,4a 47.iari.UO Jn,iai,KlO M.ta.i,i 7 tOo . 1 1.1.41.1 r. ,5V' I ?'.iW .(,i.i,.l 7iaai,(.ai S i'j.i 11 ai a..i,t.i f .i..itia.) i la.ijjlii 1.ii.(ii l.iaai.iiai ll,iaai.i.ai 4'i,iAlA'0 4 . .,. 67,ai,turj 6.irt.v t tajfi,li H.(i,ii H Ui 11 1I,'".'',"0 X laj 1 i.i H uan.ne 1 II L.lvO I,i ', ..ui.y tit.uio l3IIJO0,!g Sunday the at g-n 6 4 at at l!ia-Pt to Ln cent-; cent-; this Mich. an Lettic. Morriaim Ann M Millr Nancy M'roo Mry Martin Marraret V.i aor illis. Ken Lcct Flnt Rebecca C f'erruaon Sarah E Ferf naon Mary V Parrel Catharine Ployd8allie L r ranee niar IMcfhert Pitxpiuick I briau a McKean Mra W II Fortune Mar? M Fo-rd Fo-rd Fo-rd Harriet Fiolay Roae Koner Mr 0 . beth j Kitiilli Mary fi William Mary H Wilkin KliixbcihA We'.h Mr R Walker At na M Metraif Mra Keury WarMelJ Mia M J McElroy MraBamy Whaland Klita li Mcdowall Kliiab'h Wad l.thar-ne l.thar-ne l.thar-ne McPhrr.on M-ry M-ry M-ry E Walker Eliu Jaae White) Sulne C Mc'Jarthe M -ry -ry Wiili.ui Mar. W McMan Mary A Wilkmaon Carolina Mr Blair Mr F INITIALS Mia. A Mcti.hee Mary B ' W. . Tottle, Tninos is fit it.Anci.FMi a. On corner-stone corner-stone corner-stone of a German Reformed Church, and the corner-stone corner-stone corner-stone of a German Catholic Churcht were lalil in Philadelphia,' the formet on Sixth street, and the latter, called St. AJphonstis, at the corner ot lourth and Reed streets. The Veterans of the war of 181. at . mwiiiia nn Saturday night, recommended tha annnai observance observance of the 13th of June, tha davon which Prw sident Madison made the declaration ot war, also, a levummcauauon to -onrress, -onrress, mat an equestrian siaiue ix maue oi jas. iiaoison, and lie placed along. i. i.e., ; wnceoi tna expen 5.ia.Kai declaration that a uaeiy in ne committed return of the same new one; and that tt would manifest Itself time to warn them to In seclusion, as too large. But aclass of cases experts in courts, and are of a perplexing of moral Insanity. uniientooa in a 4 . I I , 1 j n.OH.taaJ ! Jl.iaa, on t.mi.KO lu.mai.Ciin .j.iai iVAI.Uai 3 (..one 4 laai taw a.'S'i.tr 0 Bophlcal. but in a Latin ajjertive moral moral, si rnirtes to conduct. The this primitive Insanity In the af tha word, it refers sanity wntcn are and other impulsive oral betraying of an examples of moral resemblance to those side of lhatof General Jackson, In the grounds of must necessarily tne laniioi; aiso. toat a iNatioaai Convention ofl-" ofl-" ofl-" .". A tine 61.; ot near Jel4-U W. - (a Li-de Li-de je!3-tf 12 GENTLEMEN'S LIST. Arnold G Puirba.uk W J .Letter JnoR 'RntierCeo SrnntroLf J J Parrel! iH Lero Jno M Ruin Win W An.iinor E H Palman Mart ILihbodj Jaa Buppi:iLmoo Arthur 'aa -r -r airfiald Bt jl.n.derman Co ricoiirM Tilm'u Anderaon H T Purnham G W, Little 81ml C jScott L E Jr Amler.ua A Co Plennur Sterh L.wrlrtta Wm Scott J A Jshn . ritiatratnor.a D Locke Jno H iSchutnacfaer Arnold Ed Au U .LoreeSJ I (Jhaa Arthonie H Pink Henry ;LncaGeoA Raumin' John Allen AC Pi.her Oe.rpe Lupion Joel BcbinithReiH Allen Wm Flalierty Math Lranaa Wrn thni.r nog Aiaiimth GeoR Kitchen Aus ,Luch Pr E Saul T M Amoajothn KlaanThoaH iLtnrtkeT Th Pander Cha Pl.tcberCh iLteiie J M F Schmidt W a R. 'PLifrr Ree EO M .ckeny Jchn Hchnidt Val'e Kolea U W Wi .j..r rleej W Saw. II JaT Frith C t W ii Major Eeruard Sea. a ;., Fox Horac Ma'c iolr Eli 8a:mck J 'Fuller Ja IMarerTlio Fh.-wareLT Fh.-wareLT Fh.-wareLT IPoardARorer MuhoueT Daid Sliultt Aleir ;Poniry 1 eter M taaii Hen M ShieiS Rat t A I dee'd IMinhWn Hhreek Albert trailer Rink Mrd'iry Glen fihiey Pred A KnrJJiioA Macule w m Bkillmg-er Bkillmg-er Bkillmg-er S P iPre.aiir t'pt B Merrinm J W Btmpaoa t A Fow'er T T 'Mecho Michl Biaier Lhaa B Ford LewiaM Meaner Jncob Bmall I Johu H iGardoerJa jMiiler Wm J Hniark Jeaae Oemmeil Math Miller W alter Slater Mr Stiller Olie M Boole Chaa Gardner A Co Milltr DrA M Roieh Ji Gallowar ViraMilfiSiu.tirl 'Sommeriield liaiimi I h'a Mitchell Kitch' Fraud R Gardner RolT,Morria4n Polh dpoiiarle ja8 Gilderthcee A Moil e Wm A Sp&rk W m tt HolUnd Vorriaon Hor ' itromherrer P Gil aon Juo i Mora Ed W 3-.ndelirdft.il 3-.ndelirdft.il 3-.ndelirdft.il GBeerrran SL! Morrcn 'lint Si ran Geo VT Bennett Wm 1 Gronmnu Iw: Mone Roht 8ue;ee lit J R Boaiennn I'h Grtfrn Levi J -Moore -Moore Wm P -BT.-ivlon -BT.-ivlon -BT.-ivlon -BT.-ivlon l.rwi Bjueher 6 B Par Marq L Baldwin J E Baucker J W Bale. Wm Bailee Edmd rJ.irrrtt Jhn ESerkler Geo Beeue A Co Bierman P E Eellm C Recklea- Recklea- Geo flUck Alex rieckmith Rd Birch W ra R Bird Jarad 8 Terranna 1 A Ganngrjna I'e.UI tl:j -.h -.h Blar Pill Win S f.l.'.ck Ur tj lilnunt V m C L'cr; er Ju Bennett John Bennett Math those who fought In the war 0r 131 jj l uiiauveiphia oa the 8th of January. A gang of rowdies on Saturday night tttarked a young man named Mulholland, st a public bouse kept by his mother, and draunred him into the street and beat him over the head so severely with a bar of iron, that his recovery lsdoubtfuL Three men, nameu wm. Mewart, Jacoo Chambers and xueaiy, were arrested, charged with committing the outraee. The German Musical Jubilee, commenrlnir on the 2th Inst., and closing on the S9tb, It is said, promises to be a great aff air. Stones were thrown by some unknown rowdies, on Sunday, at a preacher holding forth in Moys- Moys- mensmg, wntcn struck a child. and fractured Its situ 11. During the Past week there were 142 deaths In the city f consumption 18; inflammation of the noweis 8; dysentery 5. Another Revolution in Venezuela. Bv a letter ca-ea ca-ea ca-ea caraccas, 29th of Nay, which we find tn the Philadelphia American, we learn that another another outbreak has occurred in Venezuela. A courier courier arrived at Caraccas on the 29th from Valencia, bringing intelligence or a revolutionary outbreak at that place. The revolutionists have a force of 2,000 strong, headed by expert military lea 'era, It is supposed that they will resrch direct to Caraccas and that they will meet with but little or no oprr! sition. i he letter adds : president Monaras is completely isolated: his raim aiter an 11 is 10 Know whether well during an or not The Snsas or correspondent of the a man named Dwyer boat who, on bis the murderer of Mr. an American bor accomplice called two years ago. acknowledged his himself who gave never since known time of the trial wounds of Knox person. Accipext at a eflortwas made at i.iuiui uac iii))-r iii))-r iii))-r from the ways she ship on the stacks the united efforts of Inte the water were very awn wart partly out. The a stsffing, which throwing many of were taken out badly broken, I.'ovrnea Jo Bowen John P.naa henra Bokee Gee M Gr.erGJ Moore VlmH Sterna ED Grecu l.ewi 'Hiorrmt Lute .steel Wm GrounebiMi A .MoorhonjeSmt Kteiitcr Jno W ANueth !Monre Tho G Stewart W m P Gritfrth Henrj IMoo. LrGeo e)ten:mlerJi.oA Green title tMarphy D-ul D-ul D-ul SieeDHir'nJ Gnahe G Misca.terE I-HtewMi I-HtewMi I-HtewMi Geo ,Giu Aurna H 'Meee aWcoh I Stewart Juo O Hamilton W T Murphy O tM'teenJerih Hammer A Son Murray Johi Voteuari Wm B Hall Cha Murray Henry Htrrlii: W altr Hamilton I Jr iMc JlrnahanK Summer. ill Haxietoa Cji 8 McLatif hlio J Jno B Hau'hionT B McCoy T K uliinn Michl Hamilton Cvl .McAldna Juo Kuilif Wa W M ;uley A S.Tho HnimodWC Kir iSmiih Geo Hunikon W G ,McNew Wm Sini-li Sini-li Sini-li B G bnyd Joe I in r--ii'i; and in and sre J Mc-CKJiiiKY, Mc-CKJiiiKY, day ai;d and U BAREGES UI 1. cent; Lin ana Etowu I'hu Erown A baa Brown Me Briton Mr Brotea M r iiinjrham Jno Brewnly Lark Brink John -Crcekey -Crcekey John or on w wm M Brown A Co TV Bumin fr Bull Wm 1. Burton A Reid Haley Jas E A Mo'iene J C Smith Jaa O nurn m i to ;iTicuouff-i ;iTicuouff-i ;iTicuouff-i jno niuito ore T Enk Roht HierlemA !fticl.ene Jaa L Smith Peter Bail Mr Hall G W 8 IMc;ulloDCh J riraith W P CaaainJMS Hank J B P W buuth Mre C CaleertJa Han. mood Geo M;CayJG Bmiih Jaa Calkin Abrm Hall Loun Ma McDeTittN'ral Srrnh Wm W Cauilel Jua .Hlle 8 McGrrrorGr 8miihJHepkiu Capote Mann-Hameralloi Mann-Hameralloi Mann-Hameralloi , L Mctlill K Mn.uh Mr elafr Hnahert fhilio Mc'Jluor A T.tlorR Ca.tilo Ja Harm too J McKmney J Tatman Geo Came Phelii iHartm-xnG iHartm-xnG iHartm-xnG ! Mc Lore . ptG Thrift Jno J Carmiclial W iHarri Woeln Me Alliatf r ) Thorr.ten A N Carroll Ja IH irriaJa, iMcClee B U Tboin.a Berj) V Carmach Jehu Hanell Jna A 'McCol omKer Thnaapaoo 8 A Chapman J G Harria Nathan ' E TaM,a.i t'ran'a Charlr R.btP, Hirn Jacob . Newton J A Co THoma.o H P bratlon last week, -me -me uimmon i universally broke condemnatory hiss. Such marks ac-corded to any Novri. DtvoarE since we relerred the circuit court young man, named dlssol"tion of the son, who, it was ill-repute, ill-repute, ill-repute, while in name, formerly, retvleretl a verdict, application. iaoikia meeting of the city following schedule, co mm i flee lor the subscription of 2oo,ooo to Central Railroad during the month month of October, of Januarv, 1664; April, ISM. n i.iaca Plain Rob'; Capes jp8-it: jp8-it: Charlra K.W Clark Belirei Cl.rk Ptk Clraien H C Cook John P Conliu Peter Ct b Gard A Cook V m C-immon C-immon C-immon Coulaon Jno B Coal Cha K A Coiner T Ban iHi'li Wm Conner John iHindley tJw Cor Or i Hoi I Win CcokAlexW Howard Bea Cowan W Hoot R J R?rri A mo Hern M P a Henry Jeo Th Heford ejoan HMrly Ricb'd tHenle Je E. iHititlherirer L H'RD, Ladies Also, Cloths, tl; Df.EyS sale a other Suin- Suin- r"-. l.. wnn, nu n's re at iecoMGiaam Tirue Tall Nimmo Thaa J ThomtG W A Neii.nn Hoht Co Neior -oho -oho TitcombGeoP Ne Sam I J Thomon Kami N.lai.d Col C Tobe Kliaha m H jHeyden Ja I P M Towaaend A-J A-J A-J Wm Hincktey W O Norfolk Joho A Turner Jae norm Anet tll.nr;arl Norr-. Norr-. Norr-. Geo Vai.n T 8 O'Brien John Varum R O-rden O-rden O-rden 8teph Watkiu W P Jonnell J Jr Watkm Ja OV.'or.nor A Watr Dr H Oondkuk L Walker Mr CofleyTho ttlowlend Cpt ) tao-d tao-d tao-d HuhM Wallnn Joaeph CopelandJuoH H"rPrGeoW ninlar'IK Wampler Jn. CockCptGD !Hyle Mn.e 0lNrne The H Watri fiei.rj Cowmu a Wm Hylial iviicbi navene ttica ! Wiilimu Conlta Peter Bmlian C.pt 8 Onion Llovd It Waaaa Henry Cflburu llr H ! 8 ParkerTb'o X W attl.a Ja :olemMi8imoa Hyile Ed A Co Palmer Albert Waahl.urn ED Cullina Niror Hubbard Bo B Pantea Law Walter J M (ult Ua Hyiiaoo N O Pnan AKiot; Waiter no CrouinjJcre Humphrey R. Pa'ker Jarne Water Peril Crruahiw Nat T Hacetll A K Walirrala.AG Dailey .'no Homer E Perry Oliu J Wajd.ck W B Dael Backer Hud.unJnoT fierce C A Co Ironmonff rGL Piockard Mart Ward Joa H Mdii.ge W P PrdiaA Ward Gea ljaw llari.t P Perrin John Wed Harry jenmnr iiiu rerry jme d rreiaierie DeatTbo Peniuo Tbo lrllr ,'d M Pecker Jacob Dierui; prted Ileal Ur W G Plitlfner H ! Jacksoo Juo G Uackaeo Jna P i Jooea Jamil liu -fielder -fielder Pet lordoo J J Dickley A a 8 Bro' lohnaon A f Joaea Jno W PeO-r PeO-r PeO-r Jolia A White Jaa K Peuninftoa W Wel l. Jna Prettym.n Cpt W elch Jro C Kheneier f Wel.hSidn.r PUttThoaV White Jno M Perrui Ou.et WeiherallWu as- as- s cim; E.M- E.M- reduced in his great established Town tt-lm OPPEtr- OKi. as cent a Lawn, cents; without Just te ccnur. , and mm a Dick' Benl I'ohi.a.n TAR ProcmraoaiHea Weitieil Th Diekuiftoa vp Jon lhn Hu.t Kofena .WbiteHenryK l" joanaoa x.inot root. asia iti.ne. a. re Dooly Martin jJooea Geo H Price Pr B Willhour Geo Dol riu Prank ijudd Bernard Porter Geo A .Wiliaoo Jno B rivUon Wm S Johaatoa John Pnc R i William Hea Padit Wm B 'ohuaton W P Pratt Cha R WilaaolaaacM Dogherty Tho Kerr J D Pratt Tho W Wv!o Henry Pown Harn jKeentUrWS Puienet Lao A WilkiatonWui Droit llenrr , Kane no L Pa roa I Lewi. Wile. Alei Inaall Joha i Keller Tho. ReemtRhodaE Wihnra Natal Pri.uen Ch. L'Kinr J T A Co Keilly Michi IWiili Coau Punfaa J T KellryJoha Read OH Wiiaooji. Duocin Dr LClKane Jaha Reiueck Ree Wrotoa M 3 Edward W E Kenley Wm L; Wm Wol-ott Wol-ott Wol-ott tt H K.rml.aw la Keller I B .Reynold Val- Val- Woolford A M Eldridj W D Keliey Peter 1 eutine D WC Woollord Capt K,erlirt Fran iLauomon P B iRice Joe L B Eaaiwocd Nl Lamar larael IRichardaonGB Wood W S k-arleJaaA k-arleJaaA k-arleJaaA Lara pair y C Rippard Ja Worrel Aleck Eni-'y Eni-'y Eni-'y Wti P ILeaf-e ILeaf-e ILeaf-e Cha B,RnckbiilCptZ WyethNaihaa-F.lli.on WyethNaihaa-F.lli.on WyethNaihaa-F.lli.on Jor- Jor- L Lee Wm C M lei J Kdward F.lih Larn Wm iRebbia Harry Wymia A Q Kccleatno J B iLcwi Minard Raw Jno M yaham John Kaward W M l.erooi roe -Krbininn -Krbininn js I Yonaf Hiram Erase J G : Leo la Albert 'Kobmaoa Daed) 1SITIALS. Chief or Record of I'nca Tribe B H R O M I. KnlieM, Powder A C. trt)-lrop trt)-lrop trt)-lrop lett.r ar not .drertia.d, tint a mauaacrlpt 11 af uK rtmaiaingoa band may bt aeen m th lobby of tha paat-oUc. paat-oUc. paat-oUc. JACOB 0. DA VIES, P.M. It A Porn.AH Common Council party (the Liberal, having entirely abandoned him. Zl T The Council of Government have Invested him . k . ' withextraordlnarv Powers and rrante.1 him r-.r- r-.r- r-.r- r-.r- I .n M tafln. 10 mlssion to raise five thourar.d troops, and a loan of five hundred thousand dollars. Up to this time, nuntvrr, ne nas not oeen kliic to OMa'n either He has for the past twenty davs teen snut up In his own nouse, where he receives his cabinet ministers three tines a week, and despatches the all airs of u.e country. "The oligarchical or Pae2 rtartr have nnthlnr to do with the present outbreak. It Is simply a move ment oi the liberal r democratic party, the oect of which is to displace the present Incumbent and hand the reins of government over to one of their I own number." A Warning to Youth. Daniel T. Woodward, who was on Thursday last sentenced to be hanged for the murder of his wire, In Washington, the Republic says, handed the following card to the Rev John C. Smith on the ensuing day, when that gentleman, by Invitation, first visited the unfortunate unfortunate being in his. cell. It having been written previously. previously. The paper was dlrectod to one of the associates associates of his boyish days, and designed for pub lication : "To the Youth of the Duttriri. As I have but a few days to ltve, I frfi it my duty to caution yon from lollowlng my coiiree of life, if you would live long and le respected by all who know you. fio matter how huRitdeyohr situation of Me, keep the Sabbath Sabbath holy, refipin from profane company, and, above all thlngJ, icfraln Irom that great destroyer, ardent spirits. 'Look at my condition. Instead of being oir of our best citizens, beloved and esteem ed by al'., you And me iu my lonely cell, under sentence sentence of death, charged with one of the most awful crimes that could ! perpetrated on earth; from once a pious youth the cause referred to above. "Daniel T. Woodward." The above Imparts a solemn lesion, by which wa trut the youth to whom it Is addressed will proaL Graduates at West Point. The following Is a list of the recent graduates at yrst Point, before before whom the Hon. Kenneth Rayner, of North Carolina, delivered the annual address: James B. McPherson, O.; Wm. P. Craighlll, Va.? Joshua W. Sill, O.; Wm. R. Bogcs, Ga.; K. J. Shunk, at large; Wm. S. Smith, O.; John fil. Scho-tleld. Scho-tleld. Scho-tleld. Illinois; Matthew M. Blunt, IS. Y.; Thomas Hight. Indiana: George R. Btsscll, Mo.; Thomas M. Vincent, O.; H. C Svmonds. Mass.: John 5. Bowen, Ga.; Gatorge Bell, Md.: James D. Burns, Jr., Illinois Wm. R. TtrrlU, Va.; J-ewls J-ewls J-ewls IL Pe- Pe- L. LH - Chan- Chan- lanre: N. Bsweitzer, Pa ; James L. White, Kla.: Benjamin Benjamin Amton, S. C; B. F. chamberlain, S Y.; J. H. IMsoa, at large; Thomas Wilson, do.; Wm. H Lowe, Iowa; J. R. Cham bliss, jr., Va.; Wm. McE. Dye.O.: 11. B. Davidson, Teun.; Philip H. Sheridan, ).; Wm. A. Webb, Me.; John L. Urattan, N. H.; Elmer Otis, O ; Alfred . Latimer, S. Ci Benj. F. Smith, N. J.; Silas P. Higgins, Ala: Henry 11. Walker, Va.; Edmund C Jones, Ia.; Alex. Chambers. Chambers. IS. Y ; John B. Hood, Ky.tJas. A. Smith, at large; Robert K. Hunter, O.; Thomas M. Jones, Va.; A. H. Plummer, Pa., J. B. Mclntyre, Texas; Lucius L. Rich, Mo.;1 Reuben R. Ross, Tennessee; Wm. Craig, Indiana. jr., iuintit&; n m. iv. irrnu, a., i;wu it louze. Pa.: Owen F. Solomon, Ga ; I-aR. I-aR. I-aR. L. ingston, N. Y.; Rirh'd C. Duryea, N. Y.; J G. dle,Mae.; R. O. Tyler, Ct; W. JenkUns, at fy their respect for Mr. Webster's memory, and I ed by some one r WrUto Mrv Webster, who is a New York ! time to save her , they subscribed the sum of twenty-flve twenty-flve twenty-flve tbon-j tbon-j tbon-j Delawabc. Ma. Webster's Memoht. The New York Express Express says that a delicate complimeopias been paid to the accomplished lady of tae deceased statesman by some of his friends in that city. Wishing to tesilf; their la.lv sand dollars as a present. They have tendered their Utierai onermg in the lorm 01 an elegant residence, handsomely furnished, or as an Investment, subject to her sole control and lor her sole benefit. Waoes in Tyne river have employers, and agree to sterling per week, work, and new wont, inesa all the hlpwrlghu Blythe and classes f operaMves, now 27s. sterling, The Union Saturday. In acreptvtif of the uui ., iga-.um iga-.um iga-.um the two corupanlen. Is thus glreu, without any other procure a loan, tha this week. Imtbisonment stated tliat the the case, instituted law of South Orders have been the BrrtUh Minister, not prosecute the U. 8. Supreme ready given in Charleston. For Europe. Boston shlp-bullder, shlp-bullder, r.umpe, in uie the Times says, is in wnicn urwrn the English will Americana, Into successful among A Will Case. Mon'romery ruled that an occurring to prevent the will. In this commenced his name by back exhausted, Attempted states that Mrs. otartx, restuing attemptetl to oy nnging Railroad. work of tho Railroad, better Gap Railroad, in Wednesday last

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