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THE DAILY Morning, ........... ...^......tttoy U , The Bargain Con»nmmated; , !n»e Boston Courier of Tuesday announoas tto adoption of iSe two years amendment, In the Allowing language: - ^ ^ ' = , In tbe face of the alarm manifested by the repnbUoan Insders, (Senator ;tnisoii, .JCarl Sohun, and Mr. Horace Greely,) the republicans of Massachusetts yesterday kept faith with marvelous fidelity with the American party, and carried the amendment to the constitution by« decisive vote. This result -we predicted, although the amendment is in absolute conflict with the fundamental principles professed by the republican party here and elsewhere. — In regard to the Americans who voted for it, no charge of inconsistency can bo Justly made. On the contrary, we are willing to admit, that in general they not only voted consistently, but conscientiously, as carrying into effect a sentiment not unnatural, although illiberal. — The republicans have not so .good & record to show. Their action is inconsistent with their professions, and if there be any sincerity in the earnest voices that Lave come from other parts of the country, it is likely to make trouble for them everywhere out of Massachusetts. We would like to know what response the German republicans will make to this prescriptive act. The Irish adopted citizens learued some yeare ago, previous to the advent of this bastard republicanismilhat there was no safety outside of the democratic party. Other political parties are sometimes full of liberal professions, and where they are powerless with- ont foreign aid, as in most of the North Western States, they disguise their hostility to naturalized citizens, in order to alienate them from their real friends, the democrats. The opposition in New England is composed of American republicans and republican Americans Both favor the proscription of foreigners, and the difference between them consists in this ; one proposes to subordinate niggerism to Americanism, and tlu- other Americanism to niggerism. It is proposed on one hand, to degrade naturalized citizens first, and on the other to elevate niggers first We are aware of the effort, which i£ being made to reconcile the adopted citizens of Wisconsin to this practical denial of their equality with native born citizens in Massachusetts, by protesting vehemently that this phase of republicanism is peculiar to that State, where they would fain make us believe it originated. But we must caution our Germau republican friends against lias disinceuoou? and false representation Bf not deceived , thr republi can part? in everr State in the Union if in feoted by know nothingism. In New England and Pennsylvania and New Jersey, it is controlling element of that j-arty, while in New York, it is, sufficiently potent to secure an endorsement of the principle, which the re- publicanf of Massachusetts have incorporated ,-n their State constitution. The following resolution was adopted by the New \ ork republican State Convention of 1858 — less than ninu months apo Unsolved, That the principle embodied in our present State constitution of requiring some time to i ntervene between the act of nat uralization and the consequent exercise of the right of suffrage if- sound and just, and we B.ECOMMEKH SUCH Al; EXTENSION Of THE INTERVENING TIME A!- WILL PRECLUDE THE FT- TmE XATI-RALIZATION OF VOTEBS rNDEK THE Al-Sl'lCESOF I-AUTU.AN COMMITTEES, and With a view to using th-- vot«s so procured at a pending election • We observe that tin- republicans endeavor to divert the attention of ibeir German allies from these facts, by making an elaborate di.-J lay of a circular issued by the N. V Stati •• republican committee and addressed to their lot-tliera in Massachusetts, in which they appealed to them in the most pathetic terms to defeat the amendment|at the polls. If our German republican friends will take into consideration the fact that this committee was appointed by the convention whicl adopted the foregoing resolution without a division, they will be able to appreciate the pirobabl- influence of that circular upon the inte'iUgf. t and bigoted republican Americans of Massachusetts CD receiving that circular, it is reasonable to suppose that they immediately consulted the records of the convention which appointed thif I committee, and on reading the|al>ovejresolutioc they reasoned in this wise: "Now to whom shall the repulicaiiE of Massachusetts render obedience, it they an> to 1« governed by sell-constituted advisers out or the State? To the committee, which begs them not to adopt the amendment? Or to the power which created the committee and wbi^ declared that a similar law was 'sound an.. ..U. and recommended an extension of the period of time between naturalization and the act ol votine? Who is who? Which is which 1 — What .is republican doctrine on this moot question of suffrage?" It will be well for onr German republican friends to b«ar in mind that the opposition to the democratic party in the fifteen slave States, is composed exclusively of know-nothings ;that up on the slavery question these south Americans are more ultra than the southern democrats; that the sympathies of the republicans are now, and ever have been, on the side of the South Americans in every contest between them and the southern democracy; that the know-nothings and republicans, in the free States, have fused; that the New York TVtimnf endorsed the principle of requiring some time to intervene between naturalizing and voting; that Senator Wilson, while approving the two years amendment, avowed himself in favor of one year; that Gov. Banks, who favored the two years amendment, was elected Speaker of the United States House of Representatives by a union of the republicans and Americans after -be had made a speech on the floor of the House against admitting naturalized citizens to the full privileges of native-born ci'lzens, and that the republicans no where have denounced the measure as unjust and anti-republican. Remember, too, that your own ooun- • tryman, Carl Schnrz, instead of denouncing the measure when in Massachusetts, complimented its friends, and 'slandered and traduced its only enemies; the democrats. He spoke openly and boldly in favor of negro equality, but treated the equality of the white races as of secondary importance. How long will any portion of onr German citizens suffer them- selTOS to be deceived and betrayed by this bas" tard republicanism » 11 on^Uie Slav* Trade. • . occasion to notloe^iue~ fldelity,of Hon. John A .Campbell, of the United State* jSnpreme Court, in his charges regarding the African slave trade, and in en- deavi>riug 4o sustain the federal laws on.ihat. subject, 80 far as in his power: The Circuit Court at Orleans opened last week, this Judge presiding, on".wElol);" : i>ecasi6n .fie: ; dflir¥re<! an elaborate charge to" the Grand Jury on this particular question. He gave an account of the legislation'of the different Congresses in regard to this matter, from 1774 (of the Continental Congresses} down to 1821), showing the light in which this infamous traffic was considered during this time, everywhere and by aO parties; and stating ;tuat hie conviction that BSmflar; opinSbtislsiilj prevail among-a large majority of the people, throughout all sections of the country. He mentions that the Court has received information "that persons engaged in carrying on the slave trade have been employed in importing to this (the Louisiana) district, African slaves," and that they havo. there, been purchased,' contrary to the laws of th& United States, and calls upon the Grand Jury to faithfully discharge its duty. In the following portion of his charge, he makes some pointed allusions to the failure of snob, prosecutions heretofore at the South : ' 'What hope is there that an offender in this predicament can successfully maintain his ill- gotten spoil against the power of tho laws and the vigilance of those upon whom vigilance is imposed as a public doty? The nature of this hope seems to be that a public sentiment, so dissolute or depraved,in favor of slave trading, has been or may be created, or that the public mind can be so debauched, in reference u> the Federal Union and Government, that a firm, steady and uxact administration of the laws of the United States can be rendered imposs.iblu, and thus that the laws in regard to tin- slave trade will be nullified. The success anticipated is expected to be derived from the facility and weakness among grand aiffl petit juries. "It cannot be denied that numerous instances of eccentricity on the part of juries have "brought reproach upon, and some distrust of this great institution of the common law. But it is a hasty judgment to condemn the institution itself, and a perilous decision to commit crime in the confidence that infidelity and cor. ruption will be permanent among men associ ated under the laws to perform the highest duty of a povernment—that of administering its justice ' StUbop Doane on. the Fair .Sex. niseXisdlentadAtesS^o Oie graduating of fetJlilary'B Hajil^at Burlingtonj last month, after a oaaraoteristir oally poetic exordium, and a brief allusion to the cwnmenocment of tlieir/^rorldly career, spoke as follows: _,. ^ , / / . "The tim^s "are out w JolntV Corruption stalks in «uf high places. : Licentiousness has well nigh-abstits ahKme. Infidelity is bold and brazen faced. The wave of barbarism is roiling back upon us. For these things your ses is greatly answerable. Women are not true vo themselves. . They wink at vice.— They make 4» oOmprbmise and worldiness.— They toleratj/irreligion. And they are the victims of fiieir own unfaithfulness. The stronger sex look up, in beat things to the weaker. 'They have all had mothers. They have aU had sisters. They own them in the sex to/which they owe them. And if women wer^but true to God, true to their position, truo 16 themselves, they would have strength from Him to hold the world in oheok. Wo women ever fell but by her own consent. As, al the first, the woman is the tempter. There is uo man Unit has not passed into a brute, to do as tigers do, that can resist tbe matchless majesty of a resolved woman. And stronger than all law, stronger than anything but God, wlmn it is strong, in Uis strength, would be tbe power of woman to put down rudeness and lay the bridle upon license. But the age is self-indulgent, and self-indulgence grows by what it feeds on. Women are occupied by fashion. Women are slaves to dress.' Women are willing to be fla'tered. Women" are careless of their companionship. Women are unscrupulous in their amusements. Young women set up for themselves. They look upon their parents as old fashioued. They an- impatient of domestic restraints. They are averse to domestic occupations. They vote their home!: a l>ore. They i-ongregate away from its control. T'.ey indulge in unseasonable hours to meet the other sex more than l.alf way. They make themselves debtors for thtir escorts to places of resort. Thi-y pan'it the approaches ol familiarity. They ten;|>t the hidden devil of their nature. They fo ^eithi-ir Bibles. Tl^y neglect their prayer In .'to. They an- womeu of the world. What • Ise they are is rather shaped by opportunity than by themselves* In this way home is r ripped of its sanctity. In this way the feinal, atmosphere loses its frvshues? and its fragr.i nee. The womau is no she wah maili- to U-, ''a help wheel, and not being tall enough to keep his K»£ out of water, miserablySperiahed,' 'On*- •eporter picked np a. few Boyibes that]were loating around In the water, mnd Barer*! thousand solid iron shield* which iflosted aflhore, and which thejfWends of"the deceased can oV tain by calling at our oflke. "Tbe'Coronfertfs now holding;inqnesta on the beach—only thirteen Ihonsand bodies have yet come ashore. h Me'uas held Inquests on about' a thousand The verdict of taajury.waa— " DIED BBOAVSK TH1T lOSt IK11B WAT." Coroners dori't hare such opportunities now- a days. Such a calamity at the present time would bo a blessing to Coroner Randall. Bnt editors and coroners now don't have such olessed opportunities as the coroners and editors of Uie oldpn time.— Buffalo Republic. A PROPOSITION FOB ANOTHKB B»D BIVBB STEAMER.—Capt. John W. Davis, of the steamer Ocean Ware, who U well known as an experienced river man, proposes to purchase the steamboat freighter, now owned by Captain Davidson, of the Favorite, and transport her across the portaga between the head waters of the Minnesota and Red Rivers, and place her iu running,order on Red River, and have her running on that river during the present season of navigation. The proposition Is based upon the condition that a "fund of $1,; 500 be raised as a bonus by the citizens of St, Paul; and if the amount is raised he will proceed to work at once; and from his known energy and experience, we think he will succeed in reaching the waters of Red river in less' than.forty days after the subscription is raised We trust there will be no delay in closing with Captain Davin on his proposition.— St. Paul Ptrmccr A Fight In HIpU Life The Lexington (K.y.,,1 correspondent of the Louisville Courier reports the following fight between the well known L«fclie Coomlis of Lexington and Henry T. Unucau, a banker of the same caty: Wt- have had a fist fitht, lair weather, and prosperity generally since the coming in of May. The parties of the first wure Gen Leelie Coomlis and Henry T. I'unoau, a liank director. Gen, Coombs is soinewh-r" lietwven OUH and two hundred years olii. acil>- as a cat, game as a rooster, and hits straight out from hie sliouldjt-r His antagonist ha.I th- advantage in years—not Iwinp more than slity-fivi-. Heretofore he has not made much noise in the fistic circles, always has traveled more upon his slmrpe than upon his mu.«'lt-. The affair cam.- off in the Branch Bante of Kentucky, Mr. Duucau made a remark which excited the ire of the General, whereupon the General hauled off and got in a L-<w,i nuc on iHiiicaii'* potato* trap. First blond for Coombs. Second round—Duncan ua.n»e up to tin- scratch in fine order, and, after eoiiMilerablc- smart play he dodged in a blinder upon the left window of Uie redoubtable G'-uernl, whicli immediately closed the shutters, and array-.i that orb in a suit of sables. Third round—The panics came up to tin>-, thouch evidently severely punish,--!, [.oil, striking earn**stl v and wiidlT. The (ieneral, however, managed to >!idc :n :* stu-kdola^i-r up"n the olfactory arrangi instil ni hid antagonist, whicli caused that orpan lo turn up and MUi-11 h—1. They then clinched, and thr (Jeu.-ra! wa* borne to the ropes. Fourth round—Just at thi-j»artie< IT HP- gel ting down to the work n pmst ro< ed in and put a stop to the day't stakes were, drnxrn, belli parties . oo<i longer what m»-ei" for the man. what God designed hii prop and her protect, 1 am Well (>ersnade, comes to me irom ev>- that women who have this altar—counted n for the most part, we: hear of tlu-iii as devot- tbenn as loving siste obedient daughU-rs. They are relitives Ol i-ty. They are stays .Church It n.ay be - daughtcra have done \ :• eel them all !" Tojoiu this hdj>efui , yon are to co out no" the instructions by w moulded Vou co w,. God has sanct.itie,l| i , their h-iiits. Vou K< ••' have beeu wou down ft the consolations of tb With til* lilesslUi; Wbir, to thi. care and kH.-[,iu strong in the Lord, thi' pOW-T of I.IS UllL-l ever iu your hai.d.- ' l, li* true to vi'iir lio"i'-v I lie true to your (.;,•,!. i left His rri'.sj l.-i-l. ru. fi'M. Follnw aft.-r '-.-. fleams upon yon nnv . time. •• B.-lii'.M th- li • K-rnemb'-r alwnv*. tn Keep vour hitU'i. • ^ • r eyes, cv.-r, mi th. i m- on the crowi, L.-iujb- ness and c«'ntli-:u-.-.-- ai lings of th.e 1'ovf, in p, .iC-- a ety. I>»^r daurhtt-rs of inv vou '" made to !>-, ''a \ nd man ceases to I • lor, her partner, her .IT tin- rrj.iirl wlikl. quarter nl' I In- hiuii -on^ out from Iwfon 1-v thousands — an 1 •n of .'uMittjrT surt 1 nuillnTM. 1 li.-nr of 1 of lii-ui its DETROIT &. MILWAUKEE Railway Steamboat Line ! SUMMER 1'LKA.SUUE SAILING! in 1 of tliftn " .Many luuuslr. but tl c*r t-x- mpanj, l^lov.'d orj^-3, \ ou art* to ^ tr:tii-fi>rinatiou tlit- jir;iy..r.- wlii Ilfurfii for tli^ imforttT Vciu f tl,. tru • tru- t luny .dinai.l Holy (In.-. " I).- ihlr, n, " and in to vi-urs, 1 ves — t.. vour Church ,.| Hi- i;r.iv., th- „ S.l.-fr ,1 U'g^Il.l •• fur lh,- last -f tli- Li.rd '" Fix -1 us.- Fix y. ur -y.,-. -v :i.h. u. in-. »> !- ,lo- ,untv aii-l O N anil after 2d M»y nex^ parties n-111 be carried by the swift and elegant steiroers Cily "/ Cleveland antl Clereki-ntt, to Grind Hnvcti, Uience bj tr»lns lo Grautl Rapid^iDO back at cheap excursion farrs, and time alloriled lo view tl.e t>eai.t ful and romantic hcenery oo the Grand River around loe Clly of Graod Rap ds, will] its eiteusive dVPSUM DEDS, and other interesting tealurea. Pares (iDclud ng rooms or berth*) for parties of live—to Grand Haven and back $12,50 For parties of Qre to Grand Uaptds and baek.... lo,7& Meals can be h&d on board at flity cents each. TIMK. I* >rties can leave Mllvauket- tvlce daity, and h ttcketa made valid to po and return any Uiie within one week. llour« of Sat line & llunntiig of Truluk. Leave Milwaukee 12.30 A. il. S:bO p. I Leave Grand liaven b:45 r u. 4;iU±. i Arrive at Grand Uapidji. .. lii:3ll p M. f):'2(t i. I 1,,-nve OranJ Uapida... "2:36 A. B. 3.U5 p. i Irt-avr GriuiJ llaven b'M i. » »:IKI p i \rrivt al Ml!«aukt-e .. l'2:lt P. M. 5:-'io A. i Tlicrr la a new and comfortable holel above and i the Kaitway liepol al liraud Haven, nhere Kxcunlon I'artle. i-lesiriiK lo sp txl a f.-w hours al Grand Haven or on tin- Ui-iirh whicti is qu'te close lo U, pot,) may have every at'ffnlioa. £gT*~ Parlies fruiii Collefiej, Schools and oUicr kindred iu«tilutionfl, wli! be carried nn very h.w terms which ran !•<• hnil nn nppliration Ui Ihe «ub*cribrr. J.f7" llrkclncin b»- had al Uock Omce, i.r from Pur st-n. on board tfu-amers and \V K. MUIK, W. (JRAUAM, (J.-neral Superintendent, Dock Office, uprKii-dlrn Mllwauk.-e. " W.\N'1K1 >". A SF.l'ijS 0 hand T(.p Hufjry, Trny Manyfarture.— Kt,i|.iire al KLL.MWURTU'H ma>£> Camapr Shop, Main fltrr. R O : T A.N JA-*. Ii. JlfSI IS Ryao & JenkiDs, C,"()l NSIOI.I.OHS AT 1,AW, 111 I' lll.l !.•> HAM*. Itl 11, l» !_%(.. 1)1SS< )l ,1 I'l'K )N. TIlltK parmt-r-W]. ond.r U,^ fn m and >l jT^ <•( Jof.n - l' « d.-\l .1. ... * rtl I) muluitl 11.^ bof.ta and ;.r.-,.uMi nn- placed HI ilii- (.amis • f Cliarles 11. l.irr* :."I ^tnl I.I •' H" i« atlUi-.r 1-..I t,' s.tlle Uf. If.,- llUMI.r^t Cll \f II I.AUIIAAIO.K, AI.KXAMIKK HAKl'Kd, HM H r ,-.,:,, Mnv i. IS.'.;" BUSINESS CARDS. L.AWYEKS. CHANDLER & MCKCOX, Attorneys &OtmseUors v at 2 "K?TEEI,A(»D BLOCK IDIOT onuniUB,...... [tprJS].... .jucra uaooi. : cnoss &. PARBISH, ATTORNEYS 4 CO DNSKLLORS AT LAW. No. 1O, Albany Unlldlnir, MILWAtJKKK, »pl WTSCON8IM. 1. CROOI8. .«UJ«>» C.8IUOLCT «'' rooks A Attorneys at Law, OFFICE, NO. 9, lHAttTlN'S «I.Ot K. UU.WA0KBS, ........ [dec21] ........ W1SCON8IM. PUCK HAM &. ULOODGOOU, ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW, Arcad* Balding, ITS Kait Water it., Xtiwrutft. Q. W. PICXBAM, formerly ) Pn»BAB8 A COLt^lbKiy, V F«i»cra BLOODOOOD. New York. ] t. BLOODQOOD U U. 8. Court Ooinmiaslooec mil Com- miutoner for levenl >Utes. novl9-<l«m JOSHUA ST»nI. .................... MKii & STAKK, Attorneys & Counsellors at Law. tgff~ Offlee, Kb. », Mitchell'! New Bank Bmldlnir, cor- tier of Michigan and East Water «treeU, Milwmnkee. D.a. i. DmAis w.a»iBiM CPlIAm & « UAH ATI, Atto nejl at Law BJid Soliclton Id Chancery, No. 1 Wisconsin street, Milwaukee. Janl-: SPECIAL NOTICES. IIOIIK l» Till. I.S. I 9 i | I n i.t^ril of Mmri Mill, u will hrrcafl- FF - P.iiii, - L'Li.stia h,- ;, > ruch- jrt. Th. \ ing ills- Th.' li.-u-ri'. ...... wl,ll.-tl,-- k^ x- tl.-utl. it had had a shake, and his nol l-ars -via-uc- of having & pretty qenteel r-/'«/,iug g-uern!ly t. .: Tllvvv - inluui . 'rai.k — \V 1 A V IM, |'iirf l,»«f,l It.,- i- Jnl,: . r A H.r|.^r in U. :, bj ui) --if. CIlAKl-Kj li. LARRABUK. .. r. .-••!,, M».» £ l-vf-'J m»i"-,t|w utta.-k ' j laved greM game and Ixtti I looks throuch a couple of cir smeller of Vhe Bank Ulrx-tor ;> and rtj.iiii-.n. T' • ( t hat cr-.-it j !n iii^-iph- \vith some att-iit.mi for !;:- K.-;.-,' i.i» in.- I.- tli- i: - w . aiiii patriot r-i.l your manu.-i' liv h - .vunient it K.IK KAl.K UV '1 I-.K K V ,V < 'I .K.A Vl-.H, ItOOKM I I.I IIS ,.\M» ST ITIfOFIIS, from 6*1 t«i octS I' PI.ATIBO THE GAMB Our.—So long as tbe Free Democrat persists in charging that the democrats of Massachusetts are responsible for tbe adoption of the two years amendment we shall distrust its protessions of hostility to it. If it will attempt to Impose upon the public and deceive its readers in regard to a fact ' Brhtcn if so well establisbad as tbis, tbat tbe two years amendment was a republican measure, no reliance whatever ought to be placed upon any of its statements, much lessupou its "profession!!. The republican papers of Massachusetts are rejoicing over the result as a wpubli vi otory, and the free Democrat knows it. • THB BorriHEBH CONTEBHOH.—The southern which meats at Vlcksburg, Mass., on the 9th tost., is not likely to -reflect the views of the people, even 'in the extreme jonth. The Baton Ronge, Ala, Gazette fa collection of idle pinc-Uy- the the Bonthern ™, i on»)M Ume »nd harmless ag the freeh Utter of kittens that wane into O»e worldlMV n\gnt Hugb Miller's Popular Uoolofr}-. The London Atlinnctan sayfc that Hugh Miller tras a-mast«r in word painting,and givts liy vray of illustration the followinc extrai.-l from his ''Popular Geology :" ''But let us trace the history o[ a single pine tree of the Oolite, as indicated l.y its petnli-d remains. This gnarled and tvriau-d trunk oure anchored its roots amid the crannies of a precipice of dark-gray sandstone, that rose ov-r Kome nameless stream of the Oolite, in what is now the north of Scotland The rock,which, notwithstanding its dingy color, was a deposit ( f Uie low-r old red Randston*, formed a member of the fishbvds of that system—beds that \v»re charged then, as now, with numerous fossils, as strange and obsolete in the creation of the Oolit" as in the creation which at present exists. H was a firm indestructible stone, covered by a thin harr-n soil ; and th». rwipU-d rootlets of the pine, rejected and thrown backwards from iU more solid planes, bad U) penetrate into its narrow fissures for a straightened and meager snbistence. The tree grew bnt slowJy: iu considerably more than half a century it had attained to a diameter of motives little more than tejj inches a foot over the soil, and its bent and twisted form pave evidence of the life of hardship to which it was exposed. It was, in fact, a picturesque rag of a trve, that for the first few feet twisted itself 'round like an overborne wrestler, struggling to i-scape from under big enemy, and then struck out an abrubt angle, and stretched itself like a bent arm over tbe stream. " The seasons passed over it; every opening spring gave its fringe of tenderer green to its spiky foliage, and every returning autumn saw it shed its cones into the stream below. Many a delicate fern sprang np and decayed around its gnarled and fantastic root, single-leaved, and simple of form, like the Smlopendria of our caverns and rock rec&sses, frftted into many a glim pinnate leaflet, like the minute ma<dc7i~*taiT or the graceful lady-fern. Flying reptiles have perched amid its iiows; the light-wingod dragon-fly has darted on wings of gauze through tbe openings ot its lesser twigB; the tortoise and the lizard have bylier- natcd, during the chills of winter, among the hollows of its roots; for many years It formed one of thn minor features in a wild, picturesque scene, on which human eye never looked; and at length, touched by decay, its upper branches began to wither and bleach wbiU in the winds of heaven; when shaken by a Sudden hurricane tbat came roaring adown the ravine, the mass of rock in which it had been anchored at once gave way, and bearing, fast jammed among its roots, a fragment of the mass which we still find there, and from which we read a portion of its story, it was precipitated into the foaming torrent. Dancing on the eddies, or lingering amid the pools, or shooting, arrow-like, adown the rapids, it at length finds its way to the sea; and after sailing over beds of massive coral 1—tbe ponderous Itastrea, and more delicate T/tamnaxtrea — and after disturbing the Enaliosanr and Bel- thoii.tfl, y lui! Lilly" l k / .-, , .,/„;/. l:ivi,rh jiar- aiiy UU f you allow a »;- lll- foundation of :\'.\ r-ii the U'li.f ..; a I'rovid-ur. auce of, guards and culil tk-nlar pi-rrion.«. Uu-rei:- i a IX'ity, to lear it.-. ilisj«l-:i its protection 1 wiil not cussion of your jirinc'.plea todefiin-H. A", jir-dint I stu.l ,.nlv i.iv.-yon my opinion, thi.u-h vour r-;i.soitiiig^ ar.- riulitl,* and may j.-tvail wilii S..IIK- readers, yuu will not i-ucci-uii a.- In rhant'e tli- ir-u.-ral t-en- timcnts uf mankind on that -ul.j-vt, an.l the consequeuc.- of printing this ],i-ve will I — , a great deal of odium drawn upon yourself, mischief to yon. and no U-n-l.t to oth-r-. 11- thut bpiis ajain-i th- wind s],:t- n. hi- >iwn face Hut wer- \ou to -ucc.-«-.l. .in you imagine any would N> d.irw l.y U ! Vou. yours-lf. n.ay IJu.l :: -a.-y to hv-a virtuous life with,ml Hi- a--i«t.-iui-e aflnrded liy lehgiun, you h:ir- a ,l.;ir j »?rr.-(-t.iin of th- advantac-s nf virtur--. an-l th- .li-irKh-iintag-s of vice, and por>s,-.-i :: btr-ne'.h of r-sn!ution sufflcien! to enable you to r-sist comuion tcmptiiti..'is But think 'how trr--;it n [mriion of manki d COIISIMH of w.-ak and itrnurant uien and wo .1, aud inexp'-riencM,!, inronsid-rau* youths, if both seies, who have n..,-<i of the ci- i' j li^ r iou to r-otrai:. theuj from vice, to support' "ir virtu-, and re-tain ih>-m in tin- practice ti. • Ix-com-s lm>ntunl t which is th- preal point for its s«-urily. And perhaps you an? indcbt'-d to her originality, that U, to your religious education, for the habit." of virtue upon which you justly value yourself. Vou might engily display your exnolltmt talents ot reasoning upon a less hazardous Riibj-rt, and thereby obtainTa rank with our mo>t tlialin- guished authors. For arnonij us it is not nee cessary, as among tin- Hottentots, that a youth to be raised into the company of m-n, should prove his manhood by loating his mother 1 would advise yon there-fore not to attempt unchaining the tiger, but to burn this pi.^p before it is seen by any other persou, whereby you will save yourself a great deal of mortification from the ^eni i mi' T 5 it may arise against yon, and perhaps a good deal of regret and repentance If men are so wickod with religion what would they In- without it? 1 intend this letter itself as a pToof of my friendship, and therefore add no profession to it, bin simply subscribe, Vourt=, FRANKLIN. \\ T t dm-- .u.l rrcr.viil aTuli 'Opl'lj '•' llirsv LVIr Tf l-r .1 .1 rVni-..» rr.ini t!., n.a/.uf.»L-t. r )- ..f . . J. II. i.l.lrl,. \n H.^rfii.i.iirr, ll»T«rl!» Tti*-j ar r cmrrfull ) :.«^ n- -.1. an.l. ra,:t. i:r».l<- in .1 ..i n..rii|.fir-1 I) »i^.pul»r I IM, i I'itrtl' Ular ftll^nLi-.U l» Cil'rtl t'l .he "O['|»o*l- l i. IV. i .1, ' tlcuil'l Link pi:i..l an.l to tin: "'* I'.i.rn." (r..u-..l fi.l ir. It, I a'»o lo ihc "KnL-inrer '• Pt-n r.i," (' rxiw(fon [Till ) All of w hlcl. w.ll br fnuml suprn- . r t.. an) j.cnc 1 10 tlir tnark»-t. A|WM B oi. fiand a coni(il« l^ itn««rtiT)rnt ^.f b'a.-L arnl r ....r.-l i^ft.t (e-ucilp <.f all ih^ ,li-».r»blv jrra.lM A .!.«i-.l MU •» i-.l '.'.U... Tra.Jr [.n.|...rU<.rHtl to rjteol f.f ' r,| VOLfMl'L S1-A1.N111 MISC;I-:I.1 .AN t-'.i n ^. tbase & Bradley, I'AI'KKANI) ItAO Dh.Al.t-. US, a.iH wkv.iiT \» * i KM »TIIEI-:T, . .[aprtC| WISCONSIN 'N PRACTICAL BEPOKTS, e,l l.y lm»r*l fTiiCKL \ S 1) * OO. tJOAKUINCi. KKW H Mir Jers r*n be acconnno.lMt*,! with lniar«l ikinJ i-lt-aj«.iut roums, at l.VJ I'a-ii s'rr^t, l^-twren -ia aritl Id-idle alnrfta ma;7-tl2w NOTICE t»y ten City l"irj" fi-.-t vrr.ic I .. t.tTfi.y g.rfn, th^t a iwUtioti s h'>M4*rn, r.-RKlftiL* .,f Ui«- K'.rol \VanJ, of "( Miltf&uktf, hitting ln?*-n [irrserite>l to i he Oimmon . ouiifil, B itiiiH torlh Uit tircf-asily of i&kmg certajn luriilc ii na.i] [tt*iitt"fi &n<l .i.-»cribeil f«ir the atnJ v kifn<iinc I*lea*mol wtreci, 'i var-l, LtiAi an ft|iphca* h*n will be [ t<> if't JuJgc of Ut- Circuit Court nf Milwaukee L'nuniy, on ¥ iday, the Il'th day f>f June neit, for the- app'->tntniriit ol twelve juron to vi«rw said prrousea and il-t< riii;n«? a" I" i*>c rn-cesalty of Ukintf tlie i»ni«r for th*- pun><iHf4i In slid j»<rtltion ,-*c; forth. Ttie descnj' 11 ' 1 " "' landa j-r<i[>osf,J Uj b-; taken for the hfirr said improvemt-nt arc as follows, lowil : A purl of lot Danttxr IwHvc fl-J, in block one huo- drrd and ninety-*!* [1i>6], in Roger's addition, in the First Ward, of the City of MUfftuke*, afurec&Jd and >t?F>cr1t>vd H.B f<>IIo(f», to wit : Hejfsnnlng at a point on Lht w»t line of «*td lot twelve - --10 feet south of the north vcsl corner of said lot twelve; L hence east on a line parelM lo the north lloe f lot twelre, 311 14-loO fret to a point on the vest llae of Franklin street, (wSicti t» U»« ea^t l^Qe o( saltl lot t««tre>, '2. 2-10 fetl south of the north east corner of .taUI lot twelve; thence »outh*on east line of said Jot 12, *0 feet; thence weat oi» a pan-lM to t p north lln*- of lot 12, 31 1 14-1 00 feet to the west lint* of said lot twelve; tbence north 0u feet to thej'lact of beginning, conU-lning '24^91 2-10 pqurire ffet'of land as shown by the Anneied plot. liy order of Uie Common Council. M.lwautee, May, 1659. may 11 ROBKRT B. LYNQH. City Clerk. emnite, in their deep-greeu haunts, it ginks, saturated with water, into a bed of arenaceous mnd, to make its appearance, after long ages, in the world of man—a marble mummy of the Oolite forest—and tb be curiously interrogated regarding its character and history." CBB.IOBS FACT.—Mr. Buckland, the great naturalist, Bays of the chameleon : Betwixt the two sides of the body there seems a lack .of sympathy. One eye may be looking straight forward, while-the other fi looking as directly backward. One may be entirely asleep, while the other is wideawake. And this kind of independent and separate action applies to each side of the creature—to Us limbs. It cannot swim, because its limbs refuse to act in concert. Could the two sides understand one another, • and agree on a prescribed course of action, it • might always be a Wake or half awake. But it gains^nothing by-its unilateral indepencT; |the two aides ara like two horses that won't work in harness. It seems strange, with suoli a peculiarity, that on trees, or terra firma, the creature should be able to make any progress. Bat as tbe two sides are fed by one month, and as the insect tribes refuse to come but, so they seem, in regard to all culinary matters, to agree to sink their diSarences, and to movs in harmony. The stbmaob. Is a potent harmouizer. neat woman'fn calico looks bettor than * slatternln THEN AND Now—QUITE A DIFFERENCE — Three thousand three hundred and fifty yearn ago to-day, the llth of May, there was quits an accident in Egypt Had there Iwn any daily papers issued i:i that vicinity at that time, what a maguific -nt lot of items ponl.l have'heen picked np fur tho "Morning Eeyp- tian's" local department. The accident referred to, took place in this wise. A lot of Israelites had taken it into their heads to escape from the brick rmking business, and accordingly left tlieir meters, tho Egyptians — They crossed the Red Sea ia a body, the Egyptians behind, close aft.-r them; but Pharaoh, the leader of the Egyptians, with his host, met with a fearful catastrophe, and all were dpown- ed. The pursued hail the satisfaction, therefore, of witnessing a t-rrible retribution, and feeling the satisfaction of individuals who were thoroughly avenged People do not cross tin) Red SeA now for any purpose—a railroad has been built across thelslhmns of Suez, i.nd people ridn now on patent hollow iron cylinders, instead of the old fashioned chariot wheels. We can just imagine the announcement made in the " lied Sea Morning Times," ufter the catastrophe of Pharaoh. It probably road thus: [Red Sea Morning Times—Extra.] APPALLING CALAMITY! USPAKALI.BLBD DESTRUCTION OF LIFE I I DISASTBOU8 DISPENSATION CllJkKITOC& LIST OP EO&EOB1. Forty Thousand Men J'/ngulphtil in the lied Sea. iTWBKTT THOUSAND HOUSES DUOWHED. : DISASTROUS DETAILS! This morning, about 9 o'clock, Mr. Pharaoh of Egypt, well known'to onr readers as " Old Pha,' with a retinae of fortj thousand men, ten thousand chariots, and twenty thousand horses, attempted to rross the Bed Sea by at) unfi-ecinentedpath. His guides suddenly lost the^ way, and before! they could gut on their route again, the whaio body marched Into exceedingly deep waten, and were drowned.— There was not,a. Biijgle Jifo preserver in the crowd.! •_" ''.;'"'.. * , '. . '• • : ' - / We have just returned from the scene of this unparalleled disaster, and with three able reporters have gone over the whole ground. We could see nothing of " Old Pha," wno un- dontyedly got his leg entangled in a chariot 1 ' K. A. liltllAT tK^TKAL AND UAUIEKK EAN FIN»-: Airr LOAI.LEKY, 171 Eatt Water. Street. H A VINO leenreil tho isslnance of the oldest mnd most experlanceil operator in tbo West. M. Haw- keng, (wliose skill In his department Is well known to many uf the clttxeMoT Milwaokee t )I am now prepared to offer to the public every desirable style ol Pictures known to the comtnunlty at lover ratea and executed Ln a better m*n,ner than can be done In any other ef* tahllshmrnt In the West. CLIFFORD'S DAGUERRRAH QALUKRT, 171 East Mater »tre t, formerly kuowo al Seeley's Kooms. marls United Stale* Jl. A: F. IUM.OO. ^_0 \PITAL ....................... 111)0,00000 FDRPI.U8 .......... v- ............ S9.S5S 00 Office, under Mitchell 1 ! Bank, comer of East Water and Michigan streets, HJ1. WA VKSS ............... WISCOMSlfi. DIUOTOXS.'g J. A. llelfenstein, K. Sanderson, MOHCJ Kneeland, B. 8. Daujfett, Baronel Hale, O. O. Ooaiman, II. L. Palmer, i B<lwln TownscnJ, Bolomon Adler. . J. A. HKLFKNSTKIN, President. G. D. DODBMAR. Vice PreHdent. W. T. PALMRR, QcDeral A|rent. 8. 0. WIBT, Secretary.- S. fl. DIOOBTT, Treasurer. ' II. L. 1'iuliE, Attorney. marlo R £ MO V ED! H|miagcnbcrR & I'inck H AVE removed from their |o1d stand to Junta Ulock, 210 Past Water street. They open Ihu morning at 10 o'clock, with their itock largely replen- Ishfd. i may 8 „„„ A, Swain, OF, THB LATE FIRM OP MAGrljE & SWAIN, s , WILL remain »< the old stand where he will be pleased to welcome thejpalroas of the eitabllahmcnt. _aprlZ-dtf f i! o. o. P. < T HB Odd Velio*! Manual, Illustrating Uie History, Principles ana Government of the Order, wlthtbe Instructions and Duties of every Degree, Station and OlDce In Odd Fellowship, with numerous engrarlngi; by Aaron B. Gronh. l ' The Oild Fellows Text Book, an elacldulon of the theory of Odd Fellowship, embracing' a detail of the system In all Its brVnches, with Forms, Oeremonlct and Odes wtth Music fir Important occasions, and a Manaal Of Practice for th'< residence of Officers andliodges; by - "Booksellers, and BtabOBerf, J34 East Water it, aprSB «.-._.-• : \I_TC8BPOIIK, Rood article, In store, for uJe. iH angle ! LAYTOHAPlAMKINTOH. HATHAWAY &BaDEN, Land and Collection ITlITCITEtL'S BLOCK mhl» _ HATS AND CAPS - H A T £ . O A P .^ -\flD STRAW GOODS, TE« PEK tE.VT. I.OWF.K Than e^n he Pnr<*ha<«ed Jonathan Crouch, UNUKRTAKKK Spring St.,Opposite American 9lnu*o KKEPS CONSTANTLY on haml a large laanrtmcn of If ahoganjr. Black Walnut mil other Wood CuOlna, together with risk's Metallc Burial Cues. The office of Ihe Purest llama Cemetery Company li U my place, where I have the plat* of th- <r.,un.ln I oi ilwuys re&dy to accump&ny p&troos to the Oemo- \rey to select lota or place* for burial, *u.I '-.ID i«e (ouiul Im-ny place of biulneli ilay or night, lloflln Trlin- Ki of all km li lot sale. «?l>28 _ ANY OTHER HOL'SE [\ THE WEST M RRCHANT8 .ho ,! <-.' Me of „ )n ,.,.,,,,n-v n, xr- r, : , p ,.,., fl)H , nv i,.., .. hiivini;. u I ,, n .r>tl«ll..l rttlt Williams AL Kodwav, ! Auctiou and Commission Merchants, LAND AGKNTS AND MOSEY BROKERS, .NO. I U \VISt O'NSIN STUT.FT, W it.!, fflre p*rl,cular fclleotl^n Irt th* iAle of Purnt- tar«. Dry Qootls and every descrij lion of Merchandize, al Ihrlr Sale ruom or io any part of Uie Oily or Coanty. f3f~ Liberal a vances oo co r slfrnmeniB, ao a prnmpi reLurtu made. N. U.— BondJ, Noles and Mortgupcs QegnlLaled. jan!9 A < AICi». D R. TRAfc'Y UUe« ^i»?a*are io annoanctng to htn former patrons, and th.- fhiblic (renerally, that hr hu retarned in much Improve<l health, and loliejt-s & renew*.] of patronage. At Ihe same um<? leaden hu Lhaoki Tor past favors. Dra. TKAOY and PEaBJNE^ Office, alOer th« flrsi c, May, will b« foand at YoanfC^ New Building, Noi. 1 anil 8, on the earner of Wltcoostn and Main streets. py Dr. Perrinc*> residence li on 4th strict, 3rd boose north of Spring 1 . Milwaukee, April 24, l&S. iprtl MH.WAUKKK HAX.AAK. C, DELORME&OUENTIN 1S9 Ktul Water Strtfi, NEXT DOOR TO MCWRS. BaADrORD BBC'S, fancy Ooo4s, Toys, Willow Ware and Yankee Notion• Also, Embroidery Qootls and Zephyr Worsted. j. i. H'dail-H ». nio» WALL PAPER J. J. ^Ic^RATII X €0 M 21 \VlNCOi\SI\ STREET, IHPOBTKBS, WHOLCSAUi AlfD KETAIL DEALEKti IJI Paper Hangings, Window Shades, &c. Competent workmen sent to all parta of the City and Country for Decorating and Paper Hanging io atl it*' branches,all work warranted. feb23 ANGUS SMITH & CO., Storage, Forwarding & Commission MKKCHANTS. 1 Proprietors of the LARGE KI.KVATOH \VAHEHOISF, At the terralnos of the Milwaukee 1 Mlallulppi and the Hllv&okee, Watertown * liaraboo Valley Railroads. fSf Llb«rl>l aOrances made on property in store, or for shipment to Kastern Markets. oct28-dtf w. B. ORaDOBY «.••.«. c. aaADLCT. \V. II. eregory & Co., COMMISSION MKKCidANTS. NO. 2OS \V»:ST WATEIl STIIEET. Personal attention RlTen lo OonsignmenU of Flour and ail kinds of Produce. decll C. PFISTF.Il & CO. Manufacturers and Dealers in Leather, Fludlngsit Hides, Ac. A . 140 East Waur street, Milwaukee, Wls. .iSf~ Oasb paid for Hides, Pelts, Wool, ic. aagl S PKTEK'S PATKNT IMon-Explosive Cias Lamp. T HE public Is now farored with the BEST, SAFEST and most ECONOMICAL LIGHT ever produced, equal If not superior to the best Coal Qass. It Es adapted lo Churches, Hotels, Stores, Beading Booms, Prlrate Dwellings, Railroad Can, Ac,, AC. A trial will prore Its superiority over all Portable Lights now In use. II |s unlike all other Lamps, beloreaslly magagcd, brilliant, economical, free from smoke or smell, and what Is more, entirely safe from all danger of explosion. Apply at JOHN GOODMAN'S, . 86 Wisconsin street, to "B.W.FARNDM, deeS Agent for tbe Slate o* Wisconsin. P. BARKER, l»4 EAST WATEB STBEET. ^ i MUuauket, WiteonMn, > ' B»s just receiTed st large lOTOlee of AND BOYS'IIATS ! OF «TKET GRADE AND QDALITY. : A flrst-rate assortnent of S *t X* A "W ~ Q- *9 O d B i Also, a great Tarlety of INFAHTfl BATS, new styles, •bleb Will be so'd ai grtaUy reduced rates, at wholesale udretall. , mT«-tf THE AittEAT E^LISH KKMKDV. SIR JAMES CLARKE'S 1'AICk & VAM ilIYERS, Attorney* and Counsellors at Law. STJtVSJfS POINT,.... WISCONSIN, Will practlee in the yarioos Ooarta of Ihe Seventh Jadi- rlal Circuit of Wisconsin, and will fiilMully attend lo Lll boslneu Intrusted {o us, remlttancM promptly mai>. Land Warranli! lorai'd in ielei-t«,l'lan-li f-- thosA at a distaju-r. nmratrsM A BoiiKrriR, baniiirs, Slevens POID'. J. K. 8nABTST«i!l, Esq., Mil»aak.-e. I.ITTIU. * Bilita, Milwaukee. SAUMAI & BOOTS, " MATTOCU A DAKKOK, Ohlr^go. Uoa. J QATOS, Ottawa, lit. jelto JNO. A. HAVAC.K, J 1C., Attornev and Conncellor at Law ROOM NO. S ALBANY BLOCK, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN Is Commissioner for N. Y., Petm., Ohio, InJiana, 111 and Iowa. United JAalen ami i 'Irrui! i 'r^url Cinnmt**ioner, 0«l> 1. BTlaSWIATHEB f J U. <T A a«W BA Til 1 MK\V LAW KIK^I. iltorge A. 8tarkir»» ( Ut< •.,' v'- --,« rjl..wi. N. V. l.aj Ihis day entere.1 inUi [,»rln^r-ihlp w.lh tua ?ir Ji-lin C. St.\rk wcAll,i-r TWy will ).r»,-ii> •' i U" l'» Lrirl C««(irt r,f U,«- I' t* -LII,! ;n lt>v;J|i'\erRI C'.uru o U. M. la Commissioner of for all th- .-HA'ea flf~ Office -1« KUU- Bank Huddlnr, Kajl W«ur II. (HISTA V VoN DKt i'l'S( 'II ATTORNEY AND COCNSKLLOB AT LAW, OFFICE— Emi.lrt Block, Ml Rast Water iu J. V. V. PI.ATTO, Attorney & Counsellor at Law. laf" Office m Mitchell's Bank Bu,Mini;. Nil *, Mil- wauk«» , Wlscnnsm. jaTiH SIMON I.KVY, I l»l Nsll. I <>lt. AII<IK\I \ AT I A \» AND MiTAKV PfllLIC. L » f fu-n _121.^ hjnpir^ Hlncli,. Ka.^1 WM.rnireel, ^lll i K M >K K K .v- STANO I-;N Mh;ia t. .l(ynio)s A. Comiscllors at l,;iu, >fl, 1 , M, A '.'.lit, .Mr t ,r.. l>|-|X,9lte ll,e NeV'.^ll II ua - M.lwUlUe W .S. D O.' l|,K»S.«M . •- -P» « ( »K5<l«aQ, 1-;. J. r- AK\\ Kl I.. Attorney and Counsellor at Law <>j/\r,—Jl'o }, Janenu C'-« t, T. AS I W A T I . K S T II K I'. T , U1LWACKKK, [.rptSB] . WIS JOHN M. ()< )H., Itlornr^f nt l.nw and l,nnd Agoni. LA.WRKNCE, K.VNSA.J, WtLL'.rtl wirrtiiu s ---,mraissi..n. --ri in '. ;,re rtrp- lori surh u may b^ sent liim, i" vt lo rejvJitt? I.. th«- SMOJtKD SALMON. Smokea Salmon at marls' HUSH A UaOSBT'3. /} f\ DU !• MAPLE SYBUP. GALLONS Maple Bjfrnp, choice article for Buck- wb«MO»ke»,at HDUH AOKOBBa'a. Prepared from a prescription of Sir ./. C ^f. />., Pkysicinn /Extraordinary to .'/•«: (/i Thli io valuable medicine fsanfAilin^ m the '-ur*- those ptlnfnl and itaagerrtoji J in eases b> whu:li i male ronsticatiiio • subject. U m».Ui A'I-H t.l * &nii removes all obatructunt*, in.! f'*^«? .MIT- be relied on. TO .Tl\ltKIF.I> I. A II II x It la peculiarly suited. It wtll. In a ih«ri t m •, r>r r Ihe monthly period with rei;u)artty. Each bottle, price One Dollar, b^ar^ Ui^ tr.iv-ri 8tAmp of Great Britain, U» pr^v^nt enuen-rfcit * Th*&€ PUL* thmtLd nat be UtJten >>-y femtttsji <i-tr FIRST Ttt&BS MOAiTffa «/ yv^twit..^. i* tim* tfity art <uif*. In nil cajcs ol Servuu^ mn't SpmAi \iff <'tit>n. Pun the Uack and Limb*, y»Ui;ue on jli K t .1 ejt^riM.ri. \f\.\. t*tloo .ifthe Heart, HyiUnca, and *>.,!«, •»..».- r- will effect a cure »'i«n ill dther meant '1.1^1 '\ ' ••^ i although » t>ow^r(ji rrnieily, !•• 'H>I .mia.i, r n. » inel, anumony , or any th.n« hurtful ;.- ih- n n '. .1 ^ull .JirevLi.mi .n Ih-- jiampfJ-t tr ui ' -"* - ' . < i^ wfi rh »hi>al.( be rarefully pr^ncrvi**! -..'e- \\.'f .t f r the Uniifd -•'tAt'-t *n.J C t *- t JoU MOSKH. iL*i- 1 i' IK. I* ,1 Rr"'t*"il*r N V N. 11. -|1 ,i«t aoJ 6 jjoatAgr iLAmi>« -rn-l..Sf- i i , . pills, by rctam l*or i*l t* by GRKKN .» Bl-n-uN. J M. ALi:nri »'AK 1 M-.K -.V AN I l-.l '. E ITHKB aclive <>r iilent. In » T,r-,ni itil-• -11.111 ,'. loir business iln.-Ji,ly eslilhl IH|I,-'| n • i, • w Lh i-apltA will and * !lr^t-r-ii.- , ( , ;...r'.ui. ., -<•> I menl by addre3!linK « lint- lo Ir iwrr N .. . . •' ..i . i ^2i!JL^^_ HOTKLS, &C I. o u i s H < > r .^ i; ll\ T1OIC Ids 1.01 lx, I I I'RON. oc*r fA.n W»i.riir^L r i ^U,«, f! \l\f asm*- (rr-ipri'-Ufr. *rnt L^« r-H t:.,-. •••• *.- • n ' thftr pair'-n.-tt-i- fiT t<> m.iny y-:ir- ;.-i-*i, i I • i-onimiiAiicir u( Li rtr Kiu.i j.v.,ra T .'- i. ... 1 1 funii; !,nl wtth U<- v.-a m.t -* -ry -nr \ •••*••• LBANY RESTAURANT JI.HB w OAST W«LI_IC« rmrr I;AH\ A I'KA i i . i A Home) » nutl < on ii»t>l lori al I, a w . Uffi«e ra V..UHL'''' Hto<-k, CiTDrr M»m mn.l H" s. nn.m »trr-l, 311 LW ACKER, fr-h'J»*-.I.Jm . W I.-*CON.-*IN II Y AT T H o r -^ 1.. J \N>..-\ ll.l.K •» 1-" •«: i t .( .-1, r, l,.-l,. r ,| M, Mini.' , •••.' - . U^sjn n.nVH .u.-f.-.luii! • n U -., , *.--•«. V r9t,-t •! *,"inl ry 1.1 t • 'I t] ^in^n ' - ' t • ' ' '' ervii,^ 11,^ |.nlr ^-VL'r ..: tf,^ J,U|,|M- LIH K liKK t 'i 1. W KA la !'l; \ '•• r L K I, I 1 N N 1 X. H A 'I N I ) I .N 1 N ( i S A I . < ' « ) N ' L OCATtI) ,eir Ihe M,.'w nil-.- I «».,.. ... 'g jUJt i-he [..ic- t.i |tr .-nr" »AfTi *i- I ..... • i ' t •i.-v... '...r :'..- m. -li. .jni .' 'iL ^i.u 4:. , Will be Illfl I .-1 * t', Uie -tMMCe.HI / 'I , 1. - .-• I,' 0\ Vri-'.KM \ M> ». V 'I I Serv-M ap n -v-ry .t , ... >t «' -• . i '• i ,' will S li-l -. t n-ai \ii-l •••!! » • 'I • " ,-• l ni,-8i*. V* »rrn l^i'i. '. 'f -in I" '.- i '•••••< ,^ ( ,l -a l_ Ll NM.Nii.. 01. * 1 11 o rtOLK I'HOHRIKToa 1 MANTF4 TfU'R ->-i" OHIO CATAWBA BRANDY, JL ysu-9 trom th«f purr jm«-r >f .-. C:u.-» *"i '-- v irUnIra »l ' nther n Tbe V the t»r» Br*u.Jy ran ! r•^, r iy etl inilyucaJ cheraiata. The van I of Pure Bnatiy ^iaj lorirf f>d,*ri ' , country, and the introiiucti-.o J %n irtM-lc .' i b< rejr»rdt<l » gre»t pt>btic ,f>o.l. T},? < '.L^WI ' importeil liijaoni, »mj is -if |»»?rfif< L pur ty +» i Davor, and i .m vrrnfu in.J sur- mn»-i.jr '• ' '. Plalclfoj^, O»rnp, Cuh<r, Lao».njMr, L.-w .•*!.-• ' 1 NO i'AMlLY SHDIM) HK WITIfn II.-tail I'rico, •!,.'.» IVr lion «'f the United SLatcfl. | (i. .Siramondi hiJ ippomled J 1* A f .•* lu»l r t.l Kaai Water street, §oif ap^nu for Lh" .HI.-H, [ couaia, where lieaien and cu^lnun-ri v.\ ward th^tr i>rdcr», Uy ralhng on ihtf l.n*'^'^! l ^* pQhin* «lli r***r- [ilf ({rataioiuly. I.AQKit BEt^H SAI.<)<^> AND II I I. 1. I A » l> It o >t 11, lai) K.a»t \\atrr street. k VABIETT or Dishes prepare.! al UI -i«ur«, k. Luoches or Snppera, consisting *tt MEATS, SARDlNKa, MOKLKD 71311, Musical Rntertainmant every Saturday mittlance free. BOOTS AND SHOES. PRICES REDUCE! > —ON— B O O T » \\DHHO I •} % ! B. F. CURTIS & CO., 141 I-2 East Water «!., ARK BELLING B«tmncaCairSewed Eools . American Oalf Sewed Boots ABurl<!an Calf Pegged DooU Ladles' Congress, Heeled lloou Ladles' Lace Heeled Boou Ladles' Congress Gaiten Ladle*' UeaTy Soled Snow Shots .Ift.OO 3,1m ..... 1,50 1,40 Jan-21 WANTKD, A SITUATION as Salesman or Shipping Clerk, In a Grocery or Warehouse, by a man who has had many jean experience In the business. Wages no object, but eonitant employment. Addreaa L. M. L, Milwaukee P O. octli Stereoscopic Views. bare rtelred a ftne lot of Sterescoplc Vlcira embracing vlaws of ibterestlDfr localities m •' II VTM I 1 V I'M «:l I my stock wiy c..n»im-<- th^rnihiM CSWT l»»-r thnn »nr ulty. My i;no«l.s *»r" ; ket whit-, in') I im T I' b^n.-(H nf il XI y IC i;onn.-< •. ,ir/-' l>< >N N I-. K I . t I >( i I-.K iT \ I ' ' '•< > v - N I K I . I- 1 » , t- l; i I \ | !',< i N \ |- K I . r 1 I M , t- I ; H \ 1 Ui > \ N f - i: l .(• i •< ; : i: I I \ i . P>< >.N N I- K I . I- 1 )( i I I A I I U >N N I-.K I .l-.l H . KK !'.< 'N N I- K I I- I X , K K I I \ 1 I ,,l '.. *,, . .1 i- \v ii ,| ^, ,)•>•., 'l'i '•" '• '.'•• -V i...< ,i r ...., P A r i M »> K p n Y . SIKKi.'H 1 ST.- ft.' HI ni? •..!,! -. j, 13 A. \ 1 U I I ' > I . I-. ^ V I K \ . - ( • - - r - •• -\ RETAIL GOODS, Kv-. ., ..... • \l . : ,.,..-,., ;• ,; i < : ! i K • > ( > i • . I "O J ;»«.» V^ ;ilcr «ilrrcl IIOJJDA V HA 1^ I:':',,.- , • • • • S O F T *U A T b -~ I 1 \N|I I : l I , I I I I I s r I I! s I. I .. \ | \ \ i ' . I : ' > I ', j - \ I i I ' . \ I - \ \ I ) >M 1"! ROOFING, HARDWARE, &C. W . M E \ C L K A. « O \ : SHJN OK THK. BIG KED KETTLE ! DEALERS IN Stoves, Sheet Iron. Tin. Hardware. —AND— 4GUKJILTOUAL 1MPI.KMKNTS, W OULD respectfully inform l*ii.iri Trifnila »ml ^,- publlo generally, that they have ojn-n^il \ .-*tor» at 8OB WEST WATKR STRKKT .'Oti for the tale of the %DOTC Darnel »rti'-lt*a, 'ott^thc with BPADE8, ailOVKLS, KAKE&.IIOICS, And AgTlcalvaral Implementa generally. M well 4.1 *\\ sorta of SHEET IHOfl AMDTIINMRKS- \VrtliK, etc, etc. etc. 8tovea pat ap to onler. Cf" Rooflng. RKPAIRINQ of all kinds, and every tort nt <f,rk a Our line punctually attended to. fV Orders left will be attended to without May. aagl» HKAGLI 1 SON. SWITZEBI.AND, SPAIN, tJOYPT, NUBIA, ORUOS, \TURRXT, IRELAND, ,6C., AC Also a large variety of new American Vlem. , Mew and very desirable styles of Stereoscopic Instruments. STRICKLAND A OO., Booksellers anil Stationers, aprl 134 Cast, Water street. , Burning fluid, Spirits Turpentine, al. \J w«y» o» hand at febl HARJIISQTOS'B. I! I i K .} \ iii % 1 Of J i \. r X* T IU JTL . !/-< I-, * .i M > ;ii.-i' '•• r i u i. i»otl« i- LNTo. M '- i % - ATLA'N 11 • % j. 1, . i % : o> . S. : :\ •• r ( AIM,!-; •* 5! \ 1 x -I G O N i r i . i f'UHNITt.'Kf; W ARt,-Hi M - -. 'v>u--, f- I i l/jn nil A i D., i ' 1 .N i i I i. -, i , ( i;, • It ' V« I . > I- I i I N 1 -, l . Ill I I/ 1 i. I ! I I n i. i r i c i it East Water Street V) ,jrtT MIL •^ \ Til 1 > ISKN.k < Ull.S K : t • li A! U M A 's I I- \ i L • i K \ i-. .' 1 1 i .i ,1 ' I .' \* -i VS in r •>!. . I SVirn> •.' .,.:... .. ,„. -, 1 s ."i s ! -A .V * BO 14 Til.. Cor East Water & Mason sts., Vlll.1V 1 n,t l-'A M I I. Y (r K ( > c ' t: ii Y Anil t^au ihow the r»fst uM.inm.-ni >f TI-: is, MI. iicv, (O»M<:I..V M t > K \ ^ .^ i-; >, 4n.l, 'n f-ict, -v.-ry iihcr t-'i Ir- .if riii DEFY COMPETITION ! 'nvit.- lh. 11I.-IH...I, ,f I ..,.„,„ i.. ;,»r',.-„,.,,', . ,ur C»,i Kruila u,,i r-iti,, <:,„.-_ «.. ,..,,, , -., k . ,,,,.. , them, an,I ar>-n,,mi,I -,, *^i( ui-m ',,-,1, *,.*.,, t ,, m h A M 1 1 . "I < « K i > c ' K 11 t K. S . .tl »< t» '9 Itl. K-i 1 > t I. k l> t K I! A 'I. A new tiling, sol l v HI-, v ly 'ly i.s, tu<l '.lie u.-^l i:,,. t IKK. H « TKK.MM tilR UA \n,l Ltuil n Urni:-. ries • IIUNN « CKDMHY C tl O 1 C K O K O <_ 1 , 1 ; 1 K Js , W tflOU 1 .ui letvr uiii^l l.. i,jll Wh.Hesalc nu Hi-tail il nr^ally r-,iuii-,l pnc.-i Pun:h»rni u <.,o,l i{n. ..I.-. »,<l .1" n«il u, :,|l h,.|,, r ,. |,uri:ti»Jlrnj iilst-whert., \A I mi .leuTruHif.l L.I i, ii i,,- : i|,. \\\ , wul j., »nrr:ilile.l I'lul .It- II , "l -*•! (r>'>- .f -l.iirm- J Mi> \V I, • ny itU), aprUll Uroi-er mid VVme Dt-^il r, l(il iviat vVtier *t. D l* * L B (t I .1 tAcbauge and Specie* riltlK hi^hrsl r;U-- [>ai.| (or tlJ *. U.ia >f UoUi »nJ SIJ- i vvr LOIU ami Bullion- -=- KJtchau^e t-unataiiUy lor uiti-rti thw lowest price*. Ad I nutkf Iciiiku^ in S^t-oic *n-'l £xr''^n);>- my en lira and e\c)ustv« riu.tiutr.t-', \ *iu uni.- L.. ^IVT- m/ cuitu- aiera in a*ivuutaK** '**<?•" current n^m,-a. l.i^t of price* will be furnishtMi it my iilicf, Under the tispusi Oimrch, ue*rly Howe.

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