Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 12, 1844, Page 1

June 12, 1844 Tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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T jH Vol. X., So. 103?Wliola So. 3133. To th? Public. THB NSW yourr HKKALD ?daily new?p*per-pufc liened every day ol the your except New Year*a day and I I c urili 01 july Price 3 cents par copy?or $7 "10 per an?uni postaroe pcid?ca*h in advance. THK WKi.KLY HICRALU -publinhod every Saturday moi iiiug?pricu rij ceati per copy, or $3 13 per annum p ...agon jmid, cn?h in a ivmica. A I>V EttT I SKI Ml arc iulonnt*l thftt th6 circmniiOD ol the liurald ia over THIRTY TH?M HAND, and mci?u>iug 1 liwt. ll ha. i/ir Uirnc.t circulation of *my pnptr in Itni I Mr vtrLl, and it, Otrrtfort, thr btrt aLiniui for kiuinru n.4 in (hi cifr; tt* country I'riocs moderate?ctuii in advance. ji i RlNTlNO oi all kiiu.'j executed at t* ? moat moderate price, and In the moat clc?aut etyte JAMK8 OOIIPON BYuNNKTT, raoruiCTua tr tut Hcualc I I Narliiweat comer of F'lltoc and Nnerau Ati?et?. piltiAs'CrK^ irxLuiiMii:^1 TO at uri'tia I LAK&j. niOj' | nfli The St. ainhoat VVISKON9AN. Captain H. 1 &-i?AeON+SMP Itii'd.ll, win l?>ve U. It'-loon Moa ??y, ill* i m ii ?m nay ?" July i.uit, - I ? >.cuci. r. .n . en mi Kica-tiua or Plaaaura to toe tipper LiUw, nailing all. t .a important p ?ca< ua I ate* Una, Huron a..d Hi it In ItHii, miJiJ.iig (.Corn Biy Amile uiee will Im- .ill rdr I 'lie inut.n^a.ii fir vn (nj Manias. <?n?n B'i)r, Maui .mi Mitda. Milwe l>n R?ciue. boothji.rt niid C icego; l~ivi.g ^'is U tmeuiiocrd plate on her raiuru u Tueadayui ruing July j Tha Wjtneaiii i( thelargrat boat on (he W >ern L- kee.tnd i ii fnprlled by a po n-rlsl low p nature ?>gi ?itorw aedit flniih.d i thr axideru iiyie, wit an app? cnbiu eumi?.ifd ?- | titrly I Here re >ma, mio > fi.teo Bp au* Iaru.ahvd rqoai to any . beat it world A too, I U ml uf Mure will nee.'inpaiiy the Lout and emy . ne tiou nily m-i''e to bu..u the patent, e i Iraia-t to ihuie on marl For inioaae a, pi to el. Ci'tii, 123 Irnnd ?t N?w York. e 8 i'liuii*.' ft, <19 pier. albany NtixTHaoPa WaYWARd rochet tar. OEL8T Nt EVANS Unrtilo H> BUY it HIJ II- S chsrrluid. liHtY k LtWiS. detroit. puff/lo. mai 2*. iht I jujrat'm FOR BOaTON. Vs a Nvi<. PORT ANP PR. >rfDENCE ! FARE TO BOSTON ?? w-N' WPORP AND P*0VIi>EV?;P. si. jmst thr new and rplerdd sta npr rt7wdf. rnjfct^ausl'-'lano g plain ton>er, wi'l davieier yl jmlbi.no 1, N R , ou tatwdari. tharaday* aud kiurotjt .i :> o'clock. p 31. Ke. '"rviglu or Peitego, apply to the Captain, oil board, or 32 13'O'dwa-- j-6 8m-s -.aaeWrA f*n ALBANY I) A Y' LIN a. at 7 o'clotdt, A M Ucj fy^rwei't For Al-euiy nud liiLrui.'diitr l.n?d'ug??The mfai IflrTdfr. r -inrrii-i'irnr a'r'rn1 nnt I" 'I' ''*H 'Ml" HI' A, Caput ui ;>1 H trnreerll. w.ll wii'have tiie foot of Robiuaon t.e.-t, To-m'ay, Tft*r*d.iy and Aitnnlav nioiaicgt, at 7 o'clock j1 tc Piton,*; & li \'i-: of FOR ALBANY. uJ8i'a"-? it eia DAILY, sondeyi eacejnad?Throtytli Di'"'L it 7 P M.. from the Sieamlv.iil pier to3mwe?ici*ul tw?*u < 'onrt'aadt .tinl Liberty atriau. fho anuinib at KNICKERBOCKER, Captain A. P. 8t John. ..loud -y, Wednevaay and Friday eTeuingi, at7. The tjiaeni'.ottt ROCHESTER, Captain a Houghton, on Tii'-aej*. iMllU] and Haturday Er-niaga, hi 7. a? fifeo'cloclt, p. M.?Landing at inte mrd.ate Placet:? The Huennhoit AMEIl CA, Capccm 11. O Cratleoueo, Monday, Wndueaday, Friday and Snnday, at 5 p. bi. f?The Steamboat COLUMBIA, Captain Wm. H. Peek, Turaday. Thuridar and Saturday, at i P. M I'awajrtTi taking thia line of boat* will arrive in Albany in am .da time to cake tho Moruiug Train of Cara for iheaaat or went [I*7~The above Bocta are nine and anbat&ntial, are fnmiihad with upw and eiugaat Htnto lieotna, and for apead and accommodatiooaaraunTivall?l on theHudaoo. For rnawirc or freight, apply on board, or to F. C. Sehnl tr. at the ntece on the w hnrf j l> re. i'Lfc.tf.eh I' AM) CHEAP e..V UHSIUNB. SiMMiCR JIlilWXGEHKNT NEW BKIOhy..N,_POKi; Rl; HMOND^^BTATEN I bVU,) ? mikvv luun pr.imi, Front Pie.r To, 1, North River, foot of Battery Place. Steamno.it CINDERELLA, will run CWJjJfoB-ta"*? fV.lt- w?, daily, fion May 20th to October SttMSSSESsLlar, I lilt Lunvee Now Xvik.at 9 and 11 0 clock A M , nt TS>, 6 audi) P. M. Leaves Tort Km hnioi il, hi 28 rainutee to B, and 10 minute* to 10 A. M.i at 1, *X aclt,* P. ,vl Lewee New UiiKhton, at 8 and 18 A. M.; at IX, 5 and 7,X I'. M. On V undav?Leaven Now York, at 9 and U A. M.; at 3, 6 and S ('. vl Lee.vra ' o.t Richmond, at 20 minute* to 8,and 10 A.M.; at 1, 5 and 7* P ,M Np? V . Mar 13. ikl myll 6m#re 3i: vi vi U aRUANO f MEN'? NEWARK AND NEW YORK FARE ONLY l?i CENTS. THE NEW AND SWIFT STEAMER RAINBOW, CAPTAIN JOHN OAFFY, iVTj A1. ?n s"d Monday, May 13. will ren a> CL--- -<*ArJsfoHcw?:?L?ave "v ewafi", foot of Centre at, at ~ ttfdT "'1 A M. and IX P.M. Leave New York, foot o. tiarclay st. at 10 A. M. am! 4 r. M. On Sunilata?Lrare Newark .t 8 A. M. and 2 P.M. and ft*w York at 10 A. M. turd 4 n. Frenri'i canl d at very rearoni'jls rale*. May 10th. 1244 ap4rc 8TATEN ISLAND FERRY. SCTjkaf On .i (1-f.br Pitnnlay, Jnun )>t, the Bnnta will ran u* lotIowa neol fa i! j nuiai 1,-AVK STtTEN ISLAND AT 7 8, 9 10 II. A. M..J, 2, 4. 5 ?. 7X P. M. LCAVL vr.W VOfU AT 6, ?. 8, 10, 11, A M.. I, 2, SX 5 0 7. P. \1. N B ?a l! go< d-, ah.i'i^d rr.uit Ini mmkrd in fell and n'e at thvriiRo Ith< i/Waeri thereof mMn: "TtTltV.VILL... VAI IRJA, DhLLlMTK FEUKV, t AYLN8WOOL) AND NEW YORK STAUES wSfrw^-T?. v?'iU co. nitce ran.-inu oa Monday, May SvVSp? 1*44, u |.jl!u?> -?l- 1 af'Xt Lfav; :t Ant-.na, at 7, 8, 9, an J 11 o'clock, A 11., t, ?, ? 4a. 4X *uo7 P. M L awing 3 CmUmih ?iAwt oop'Mite City Hall at 7,8,18, and line.or k k. M . 1, I. 4, 5. 8 ana 7 o'clock P M. Thia Sour' will eali fcii raeeeofera at 20 Bowery, cor,er oI 1X1 at met. nad at HawJ'r Yorkei'ie. All biwaite at'-he &w r? ri>k. On Ike arrival of am tti|i at Aatona* it vol ire media'.eta be in "enliu.'tn for con*eyiuA p.imite<? mi Ka'<v? ?!> ! u.d '. cvd i?liad Farm*. Ki ,e 7X c. ta liorare and Wagout to Int. LEWIS Ik CARTER, io' m Pn i,rie?e>re ~~Z>, a N r . ',v 'iur-v, _ -jbttaJplg SGflUULr- T1 ! > I. .\IAIH ^ foot of i naitbt.L afreet, dail v ad,l ."t 8 o'clock. A M , bv Railroad from Jefcey ( ny u> Mor rut ?n direct, witnoat chabffC of t- r?froin thence bv Pott t''?olvn .ro.ijb Vttnt'liam histor. ^ch oley'a Moaornin Port Coldw. Waihiogioa to Viatno At Washington a duilt itr- ietaraeeu n auJ Irora Relviferc K?r imu imiI; to J. HIL.'., at John Pallet.'a Commercial Hotel, 7J Connland' aimet. rs B.?".xtr?a fttrniahed at the ihortaat notice, bv r.pp. /in . t> N 15 M'i"> , Morrtatow %p*> ZBI'rr TO THb TRAVELLING PUBLIC. ?Bk & msmt t.ifS/iXUEH JimutNGEMRNT FOR 1044 T v nitbacnb. r having r.oini'leir.1 iuen arraoratneuia, or. poor pr i.urvil to Imng out " i?ae>.g'*ia fron- Oi?t Britain ui-' I M.md * y the following first cl'U pa .Ort >A|'<. oar ol which will hnve .ivvipooiou tne Int. flth. tlth, 1G; -. 2lat and 2lcn ol carh i*ontb:? P.-Tic. Henry, >aw York, Hluwidm, Virginia, Liverpool, Cantor,,Ige, Mnjtir.oraa, Soldima, (ieo Waahinfto* Honinaaer. Oolumiaa, Co tod tltatra. Boar lua. Ashbart.nl. Rutland, Rarnpe, 8to|>h'ii Whitnay. Rchiwmr. Indopirudatiea, York>Uira. fl.rn-k, eVtaurl l,;ek, tlaeeu of the Weat, Oxford Ottilic*Ma of paaeoge ran be obtained, audevery information wil' If ilrv n to tho.ii. aeudicg for their frirnda, on apt ligation at .'itl. r of aur olhce*. They " 'I' alao oa prvnred, on the opening of aavigiitioa, to forward pa*?..?gc.s vd I i e i r In gar go to Albany ouJ Troy, and yia K.ie Canal to ilnilal", oud nil intermediate places. To al: ports nfth' Dp;?r Lakes Vn Otwegn to Tor nto. Port Hope, Cobnut, Kingston, and all hirta of Canada West Crura Troy via V/nitehall to Montreal and Quebec, l''e?da tnu via Ohio Can at from Clean-laud to Portauiouih, Cia? "U?i. ? id i tviine-'i.i e places ".ouin VV> a: via Philadelphia to Pittthurr,Cincinnati, Louis villa, and allpn. a on tlic Ohio Iti'rf to St. Louis, Mo : and to all parts o. Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, lllinoii and Wiseon is Territory. jirmittancks. Korthft acrotnmodvtvni i f persons wishing to ?end money to th ir liiendt -n tiir (Hof'onntry, IIAICNDRN ft C(C will giva Dr fu o any Part ol iuiri iou, ncotiand or in'iann, paynblnat iiuht, foranmsi nl ?1. ?i, ?30, to X.IO-?or in auy awoant to suit the pureha-' r. Of KICKS AND AOENTR. Chrrlra Ctgfr. 1J* ?t?.c atr.*t, Boaton >t. >v. Wb-clorM or n Umluitn:. I'r.ividanca, R. I. J. W Mii ?, 3 vYi.il aliaH .?.i Ifi Krrut ?tro?t. .New York. N. (? H"w rd, 41 Bomb Third atraat, Philndrlpbia, Hjudlord ? 8h'*iwdtcr, 7 Light ?lrti?t, Ball in or*. Md. Pittaburgk, Pa. L. S, Littlnintin, II Kcharya, Albnoy N. Y. 8 Clark, lib lUm ?uwt, Troy, JJ, T. Utian.n. Y. W. A. Cook. 8rrt*oi?a, N. V . RocVtiar N T. \Y. H (look, *}. ?) >, fa. Y. H. KitglnighltCo., tjcwrgo, N. Y. re Rao ~gy&stk OR EAT WESTERN RAIL ROAD ROUTE, YllOM ALBANY TO Rt'l PALO (IIS MILKS) BY KAIL KOA* 1 liaoulv Ofllea in r#n? York *.:ab!Uhad ?y tha aavaral Rail Pa". 4 Crru?*iip? tarwaro Albany *J?d BrSglo nl No. SD 001 Til LAP UT -TMCtT, IIIH1 1 ('LARK "moral Agent , , tlOTICt TO IMMIORA.NTR. _ 1 lia nunaeriban harir,# bono appointed ngrnU for fortrardins l.nmigrai.u by Kail Kond from Albany to Buffalo mid inurt'?4iar*u]A?M. o*aagi;|u4 u? gwid thaw during tha Hnuiroefrom Naw York to Utie* for $3,OP; to Hyraoua*#2,?. to Auham tl.W; l?> Hoc'imtar $4,il to Buffalo SJ.M. Chii'rrrr from 3 I" II y?r? o'd ai hall prim; ttudar J rwr? free anJ all bagsngi- from Albany ? t!ir lUil Hond lamti aly fm>' It II naiduut that it eomoa mneh rWlar td tha luimiffnut to travl b, Ka.il Road than by CwnJ, ho rmahiug DoRal par 8tr?m'.ioat froni h-aw York and Hail Kuad fr?m Albany in 43 houra, wli'Toau. it t>km par Cuutl from ItolMnya. Tha follow ir.g calculation iin*i traa rnajrlt, ait r ,?Mg* ta Buffalo pur Kml Pmmgn to Buffalo par Cr?R*d '; nal.aay jy (m L :???? from N.Yorkto Luggage tu Buffalo. SOIba ' .\Tb.,nt, I04'ba fi-rp, bal- fira, nrlaacr lor lOOlba- 45 ancr for lfl?lbt II Loaa of'tima at lar*t 9 day, Li (gaga from Albany to wcrth to thr laborer, aat Buffalo free SOeonta ["r day 4 Jn Li ring fbr 43 houra, ?* 75 Living for !0 daya, 50 eer,u ' pur day a n,> Total pat R Hotd SMI _C? C-dutt fara par II. Road -'fc'?! Tha travrllar par II. Hoid nvn.. t'>,<>* Thff a'ao foritnrd pn??"t a- rato CleavaUnd, Portantootli auJ Othi' pltcaa in '?bi??; I >' tt a it, kc , Micliigan; < (rami Bay, MilwanM" kc Wi i-onain Ta?r t 'ry; Chioago, llliuoia; a d to ali fY- ffb.r pl'orn in t nunda. at tlia loatrat ruti n. AJI information gs to llio ditr raat rou'oaairoo trnl.i?, and Tickrti to ba iiad an. J ?ltha Ail any nud Call lis Rail '<??d t )IHcrM Conrtlnnilt itract. WOLK * KICKKKP my I lm*r? E N I NJ HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. 1'h' Ravi Mail Siwwu Ship CAl-EDO^DMMSn NIA, E. (J Lot, <iu,m(udr. will i?n P"?lou for the lb.)?? port*, on fnndav, JGlli i.Kl, mil tit* ACADIA, A. K>ii-, Coin under, July I*t, u it foi Livc.pnul ....$130 I'tj***-' tor aa. APVl' D- BB IUII AM, Jr-.A^eut, jnWlo G rrc No. J Will lire*. PABSAUL KIMM KNOLANU IrtK-.AND, BLOT I.AN1) A\;J .VALE4, VIA LIVERPOOL. if4? 1 HL luUicriber iiu aiui>- un-.)uallo<l .im*??u.'tiu i.jYfti-fif i>ruii(i?k oal runafUut:. iIili mr m 'J lutte 4uS*aS^*niDun 1 ji'iinir fri?..il? would do well lo ipyl./ in tXL>* *U o*tallisii*d packet nihil* of JOHN IliROMAN. 81 South it N B.?Thn ahir* nl thin liucyour l*??e Lieerpoci ?i*ry five Juy?, snJ arafu .an u njai.1 l~? furaiihed for any mutual. '?y nbleutail lli* principal UtiAxiup iu*titaiii,u* thro .ulioul to lltiljol li ilililovi. Hppl t t, .ib'ttr. 1.11 re MMUr K'.HI LIVERPOOL?New Liu*?Kin-jIm Pwkwt Itjg^j^oiaiiih J ue ? J Im tv etidid liuld sliip li A It KICK, noo?'< <? Kfolu toy Fur fanghi or passuge, having accommodation naeqoallwl f<-.r.tpleudor or cosifort, apply ou board, at Orleans vtlutrf. low of ^'all urm. O' to K. K COLLIN* Ik CO So Hoathai I'noe til patasge SIM Tim imcIiH ship lluteiut, Capt J Col int. of 100 tout, wil ioc<*>w(l ine i fir i lull. lull tail Li i' 10th of July. Iiei rnunbir iIav uiMtojniMrc MK- BL.4CK BALL, OH OLD LINE OF LI V Ml ijggWPOOL 1'A Kp.YA-FOU LlVhttKOOL?KwuUr .r^Hfa''s.'lr-l ..f 10 It Jims ? I Is- III* ui lg leceut ?uJ c m oreL-v. n*i sailing packetkh.p KNOl.ANi. Cspjuu 9 ban I * 4, will pokitirrl. tail or MuinUy, iSlti Juue, her legul i d y. It a well known tkit Ik Eiclaid it fitted not ii a sery toper or manner, with fv> ry convenience that can add to the x.uinliirt < f thme mbaikitg. Pirsoti pioteedi g io the .1 C'uuty wil fi.daiu lien iticrrti to i*hci this convey ?uee Ki r | ait-g- ir ?.all n, 2utl cr.bi . .Kill sirvrade, a, p.y ou boa U, loutot U okiinui tUrci.ori to. to' re.ihr i, llOCHli, Bill) 1 HKnS It O. je7tol7rc SJKolt ii at, Hem i o-r to h.' Fa'ton Birk ~jjFfr SIf", X hi i>, OK KA hlol 9 PUK UlVf-K JWk I'IM'I Pt'lr t ol' 2.it tune ? The i|J rdid new, OmittEm f v.irate packet tmp Rllftl I.SI'r 11 luCO t ut bun. es,, < apt. J JJriUou Will tan ou Kndav, 2itt June, bar rtgular day. I'lie shipuofthii line being all 1"0Q tont and upwardt. per sous about to embark lor the old country, will not fail to tee the aovantagea to ?e derived from i-lecting thit lite iu prel"?renee to any other, ai their great capacity r tide t them eveiy cliHi bid thesr accommodations for CHbui, i cm.il cabin. ami tin tugs psssengrrt, me well known to be superior to any others. I'msous wl'h'tiz to secure b-rth- should not fail to uiakr early application on board foot of Bulling sliji, or tu W >t J f. TAPS (ITT. At their General I'aAtag* Office, 7a Snath sf?et. Je7'ntl rrc cor Miidrn Laos, up itair* . Jt* JOkl LIVERPOOL?The >?* Line ilegn n it'I lmh 31st June?'i'lir superior New York buili ?yBB6<NtckPt ship ROCHESTER, Kept John Brittou, 3 ' toss nuiUicn. will sol as nbore. tier ruaolar day. For pumaga, iuiviua very superior accou.unuatp.ns not surpassed by any ship in port, apply o? board, west side Burling sup, or to WOOOHVLL & M1NTUKNB ?7 South at Price of pessake glial. 1 lie packet snip Hottingner, Capt Im Bitrslsy, 1059 ton. burthen, will succeed the Rochester, and sail ou n.-r regular day, 31st Jul*. j*llto3l rr~ KUK Li V E H POOL ? I o sail Dm J?ue?The nQHy fast sailing shi|> YAZOO, Captain J at Wibray, JHKs will positively sail as above 1>so uv.ght or paisage, hiving handsome famished secoin moditims, apply ou Ouaid, at Orlsaua Wharf, foot of Wall si, rio hi K. COLLINS * CO. jelOee 56 Sooth street KOH LIVER PI)<)I, -The weil-ku-wn, fast uJBESWssiling |>ai kel thiisSOUTHERNER, T. O Palmer. sMflilBb Vlasier will sail Saturday, 15th instant, wentlier |ier Bill til g hor passage, having very good accommodations, apply on board, cast a.de Peck slip, or t > VVOODHULL it MINTURNS, j MtolS r.e 37 South at eet. Wfit" UNITEO LINK OK LIVERPOOL PACKK 1\S iKHxjPW ? Packet of the I5'.h Juiu. Th* spLudnl, fastiailiuR JWwBtaar"! favorite picket sluu YAZOO, Captain Jaine* VV tiir?y, will tail yunrtuall st shme, her legnlsr day, T'e accommo'stions of this ship for cahiu, fcnud cabin, and s.err ige passengers, are voly superior, mid he price o> passera is v.ny low. lor whirh. as th uuuiber wilt hj limit nl rarly i pultca'ion should be m?de nu hoard, foot "f W?ll street, crto W fcj T. "TAPS OTT, jelltnIS rrc 7S South st. corner Maiden Laue. i-ft-fti. If OR LIVERPOOL?lh?splaodd, 1'aat sailing fWroV new ship ST GEORGE, Captsiu kcrru, will rnevt I i niirlfc with d".<p itch lor the thnv port f or postage, having superior accominmodstiooi, app'y to JOHN HERMAN, 61 South street. Passage from Liverpool can at all times be secured py lis- regu ar packets, s lilu.g ve-y five days, at the lowol rates; and drills eau, as um 1. uc t'uruui.fd lor any amaant, payah'e in all llie princip.l towns llironghout Great Britain and Inlaid, on vpucati.i i as above j>9 ec PAG.-ET KOH HAVRE?Second L.ne^Chf vMf^WRhin O '* K10A, Jam's Pitmen, Master, will sail on MU3fap.hr 1st of Jaly. Kor freight or passage, apply to BOYu It frlNCKEPT jiee No 5 Tontine Building ci r Wsl1 crl Wa'er its AAdC KOR NAN rtS ?Passsg only?The auperio 'iPvlnSV l"1"!"' IIUMA Captain Mr I Hard, to be despatched 'rofMwi ?e in he e-ibm. handsomely fu'nitUrd, apply to th Cai'taiu on board, at Pier No. S, N > . or to BOVO k HINCKEN JePt?l3 ire No 9 T'intiu.- Onild ok. Wall .treat - x- i-OU M'.W UKLKANH.-LIHI 181A N A AM o<rjMpw\K>V 1URK LI N > Warranted fi at regular pack pnNMMM 't ?To till ICtti Juu' ?'1 lie full in 11, tig picket il i, OS > > tsiio, Captain WotU. will potil vel? rail a* above, hei regular day Ki) freight or pntaage, hiving hamltome farniiheil aeenmmo datioci, ac.'l/ 0.1 board, at Orleant W narf, loot of Wall itfeet or to fc. K. COLLINS k CO S6 fcSuUtii auaei No freight retcved on board nftnr (he 13th iuat Agents iu New tlriMu*?Mhsio rlnllia vod Woodruff wh will rrniTii'tli forward all gondii to their vMreat j-l;t.il6rrc jUTjk* K )R MKIV ORL V. A n S_t. ,r,. Keg'il.r I'.icln-t hJPjfcPW with l)i?p*ri l?? I h- wnll-koown, lit' toiling tin) iHKIinll'bA'l. C? tain Ilium nd wl mil at above. Kur Ir ighi o- l>at age iu the cabin, teeond cahin or tLeernge hiv eg vmV turerior aceom edition-, aid "rm- m d- at *pi Iv ou board, or to JUnKfH MeMUrtllAi, culture Iflfl Pipe ? nw' c or o I S n-S ggJlf. e () ' F it " I I ill 1' 11 It .. rtrt.u . t,rv ? l ll' ~ liri uh h r<iae CLAKl&Nf e'., fheoa' Mmm Ljth.-cfC, hnriii u t.?7 i .ot rrgifer. Will t'oie 35"0 barr.lt? vto?lil a rent a fieight to aaf in r' n (i'cwt Writ- n Appli to PEHilK it 0BOOK8. No SI i il-rry t'"n' NEW COAL YARD. "T'HK 8UHM ItlBN'RS have taken a Vard at No T He. Place, fnea' the nnrurr ol ISeventh ?tree ta.il ThirJ Avenu dir cily opposite foninkiut Matk*!,) where they in lea ' beet i iiiH ply ?!everyd tcrpionol' oi >, vix: Peach (Jrch ' drlinylki I, Le igh. L<vnrpo.il, Newctttle, Syd .ey Vitg ni a d Ctltiih la d ivntcli ihey offe- et the loweiat market price, and tolfeit a thire of he public pa'rnutge Oriien rree veil at above. ur at the old stand, 41] Wa^h.nt too ttrnet.Ciireer Laiglit ilrtetWARD it BK'JWN E Ordert thnnph ihe Despatch P??t will rwei?,. prompt >"ei Com. mlT Irn-r. <)rvii? ui Imikkiiii lirtiiMtvan uxr?nt,< No V> W ill ?i oppotit* the K.ic.Uiii*r J {,HIH Ootiiisay *oatiun"w to lu.wi'e an-intl Lent ind V) manebyKire on ?.?> ! , ?.'! miu oierclLi'i liit. tnd tl >*r.m*t lost by inland m??n'joc on retttlt and their oar to DIRIfiCTOHS. TViimu W fnorve. Kliiha Ktrrft Ttiomm T WoodroU Anton Bakar, rt H Hobton M U-. Joteph Oi-ak?, TYowpwin I'rion. Joteji Allen Motet Tacker, fa.tat f., Holmnt, 'ohn R. Davidtot John P. Moor*, John ?i. Lee, J am at K. vhiti?r. Caleb C, Tunit, W?. K Thorn, Prtncit P. Havre Thorn** Morrrll, lohu C. Morritu Ku**ae Bottrt. THOM AS W THORNK. Protid-t;. HKO T. HOP"-., Seemtarv mj THE MYSTERIES OF ELEUSlS WKRK. THK (OS'I KKNOW.MJD of -ill the inemi myeteriea, tuii -ire i rimately r.ouneoted v?lib to* inui tutiorii of H'renrououry onI O id k'el'owsb ; end u hot* tec rt> were cagerly ninth', titer by the in.nt famnut of tint uliilo tophic rid, II* cointitotirir tb? bejthth of h imtn wisdom IllJT THE GREATEST MYSTEItY uf the intent lav it how ' 1 11 Clarke, Taijer, 138 William timet, e. to a (ford to make ?ur|i ha.dtome Krenrh ' lotli L)rr?? Ccmtt for % A. and otbet irarmenti tt eiutl y low price* Toe f,,rrner uiyttery the loirttnbvr wi'l i* a thort time fnllv a i.'a re I to an euipliruig public. But the I at t r myttery c in b* solved ai once.b, ttntinK tbat tilt subteriber it lalufi, d wit* very small p ofitt, an I b lut tt moderate eipeu>et. Th ttrle m il griti'ir uo of s.e work will be the tame tt tha of Brni.d.ane, Tryou, Ac fr.iin wbote well known ettablith inentt the tnbtcnher hat but reiently retired. U. B, CL.UIKK, 138 William t'.reet. N. B.?Office and Hummer Coat*, iuhi a few Vein, kc. will, for the convenience of ttraugcri, kc tie always on hand ITA Hl'k IMKN OKA lift COA 1 CAN DK 8 K K N AT TH* STORY. mr!3 IwiaAJwneOec WELL WORTHY ATTENTION. P LEAS A NT APARTMENTS?Eurniahed or nnforniahad, J with or without board, ?an be obtairej at No. Jis Wry at. 1 hove poi*nnt who deaire in lire in peaeo tad qniet. with comfit ?nd ee-nrmy, are invited to eall. J?l? It ?rre UTINL'DW SHADES ? TU\ N3P.) AICNT WINDOW W SHADES ? WM. BKRHIAN. lit I hntham atruet, will ni 'n thii morion*. 2d cum*, detaining ?' 1 tha new and fat In iu Mitrtrmand pattwrna now in tie, wh, cli lie will will at price 2.i per cent, lower than they can he nold at in any other alorr Tit: 10(1 i*i/i from Ji 25 to S*: 6 iOO pnira from vf tnfZY? to/antry MeicliatiU, Carpet Marcluuita. Auctioneers ar.d ..the. dealt ri ant.pl ted N 8. There are no other (ernli bat Window SSadet an" llenaiiiua told at HI ' hathan at wet ml I in CANADA, NEW RKHNSWICK, NOVA SCOTIA, ANI) NEWFOUNDLAND ^OTh'N COLLECTED. Bill, and Bank Nofea pnrrhaved i-% and DnvRa or ("remta granted on the llranrhea of the Bar.l of Bntiah North Amerira in tn? Provinnee above, by RM'HAHD BEI.I, Sl WILLIAM MAlLACHLAN. ( and 7 Dorr'a Edluingi. New York, 17th April. 1(44. Alan, Notoe of the Biaiicheanf the Bank of Sritiah North Atnerira in Vlmtreal, Qnebec, Kiugaton, Toionto, St John and Fredwieton N It.. Halirai, N. Scotia,and Ht-lohoa, Newfound land, redeemed at the current mte of Eathiuvtfe on New York aptd Sin Si'aitVV'a am THE MARINA TELEGRAPH FLAGS, AND SEMAI'IIOIIIC TELEQfL/lPH SIONJIE BOOK I lit. U"?IrEKSIUNED, Proprietor "I the Marm. " Tdeatiaph Hv*v and Semiphorie Telegraph Signal Hooka, luring I applied above two thouaaud till o Air. ican reaaela, iticiruli i* all the (Jorarament vei ai-la of war and revenue cuto-ra, informa the reinm-rci-vl mercantile, and trediaa mtereat of New York, thai he hade ed an o/lic? at 17 W all atrret, where he will farnivh ..eta ol te.enr.iph li.*?, thirte-n in number, Willi a deaiitnaiiuit lelet;rapii number, and ai/nal book, for e.ipa, barriea, brig*, achoooe.a, aloopa and -ud aleamhoata. An-nee- for the diffaaion oflhie Hemaphonc code of Pignaia rr e*tal.|uh-d throughout ihe United S aw The b< neftia il* need from tliia ee,?*o- iCal and t-oly eaelul code o? aigu.ila t< nel rim nere.e ol ihe Uniti'd SMIea, lully eviuce the fee' thai ii% not only in a -oinmercial or mercantile, but nalninal poiul of view they alien IJ be ream tied JOHN 11 PARKER, Proprietor. hPari- ? Snrreyor'a Office, m'JO ltawJw*re S7 Wall at. comer of Water ? yy y ( 1W YORK, WEDNESDAY LlHiilloutiirM of the Party PrfM. " Persons ut a distance may be at a loss to know why it is that thu Kichmonii h-injuner is so deputed to the cause ol Texas as to lose >ii{h'. ot every thing else in its uitvocs cy ot that nuglu measure, i will give thu lessons in a word. Old i om Kitchiu owns uoout live thousand dul lurs worth ot land in Texas. His son Wliliani Kite hie. has u debt oi tiiirtes.li Iho'isaud dolluis due liliu, lor loaned mouey, from the government ot 1 cxaa, etid wmcu he has the right ul taking >u ianu at oil Ceuts iiei acre. I.'ill ul nil, Tt'Oi Ur'j. ii, tM sun-in lew ol old RltChU, who has availed huuseit ul the beuelii ul the t>aukiU|>t iuw in America owns an ukiatc ol two bundled thousand dolUis in Texas ! Now, under these cucuiuatancM almost any outwould he lar auuexiilion, aud 1 mention these iaois tnei Knchie h. Co. nut) nut have ciedit at toad I or inure an ion.la than they are entitled to n> their teal lor an ' nexulf.ui "?A Y Couii<r \ Kiujuiirr. i A Graphic Picrusi?iivsiy bo i> remembers the duel i i.... . i...i i il hi,,,i h.. l,vfcnw 11 UHU ?i " ? - - t? - - ? generally known The eccenuic Vliginiau, in secret ??-a.luii, iu Id'iJ, made ouu 01 ais teriitdu speeches, in 1 which he cut the character ol < lay to ahrud*. 1 he victim Could nut answer, tiu. sougnl revenge through it chai li-cgo llaiidulpn, punning hit long linger at Uun, said : i " 1 nu niaii, toinnkiiiU, 1 ciave ) our puruuii,) ?this w una ( l tie aniiuau loigive the iu<ult,) - wu spit out ol tuu wunit) ol ineauurta ? w an railed to a lugliei lile lhaii ho wa? bolu to, lor h? wa? railed to the loctuly ol black guurda borne loituua ? kind to Inai?cruel to ui?ha* tu??ed him to the sacrutdiy ship vi ante. Cuniempl bar thu properly of descending, hut sue stops lar ?nui t ol him an would diu b.fjie alio Would reach hull?he d?ril* tiulow her tail, i would liuie him if I did uot despise linn It IS not what ho 11, lull where he la, that |iuta my u.utlglila in action i nut alphabet that Wrilea llie name ol i uaraitaa, ol blackguard, ol squalidly, refuses her tellers 101 huu. t hat nnud which ihiuka on what it cm.nut e-press can scarcely Vlniik on him- an liy pertioie lor meanness, would be an cCiipto lor Clay."?I'm uaml Daily JimWe clip the following from the A>yium Journal, a lit1 llo paper public ued by tue inmaiea ol ihu Lunatic Asy lutu, at BralUeboro', Vl 1I.Mtmii or PntTiu?Col. It. M. Johnson, in ? recent letter, say s lie hat "ottered nj> IHI hhi lor his country aud is ready to do it again li requneil. Mr. Miles, the cruzy Senator lroui Connecticut minks lie has beeu dead lor Unity years, end is now existing in a lutuie atate These lacta aie seized upon by soinu ol our whig irienda , oa a pretext lor baying inai the leadera ol the democratic party aio ao excited at the thought of their inevitable detent next tail, that they cannot help talking incoherently. llut wu think the wings show much alio tiger tdgna ol ui sanity in tints proclaiming thu absol'i.e ceitainty ol then success, w lule our candidates are in Lhe m id.?jHhtiny Ei J ear Another rliymo for the coon camlulatc for the Vico Pro aideucy. Ilcre it is? The sheets that have the biggest lies in, Are graut lor Clay aud Krenughuysen. JVnl Sjiiiit vf the Timet. Shorn of their strength?utterly poweilvss ami dis graced-a hissing and a by-tvord iu the eyes ol all true men lor then subserviency to the iiilamous system ol Ameiican slavery, tvhilo they proless to he in lavor oi " equal lights to all men," they will tall an easy prey to their rnoiu successlul compeutoia iu soutliern subserviency , and Henry Clay will be elected [DictatorJ by uu overwhelming majority. This is a most righteous retribution, from a just Heaven, upon the recreant Democracy ot our couutry, and upon him ol Liutleuwold, who has done more with Andrew Juckaon to li ml that democracy into a contempt of human rights, than all other influences combined. Lot Martin Van Buren stand justly rebuked by Uod and all good men, until he repents of liii dark conspiracies against the rights aud liberties ol mankind. Wo shall recur to tbis subject again. Meantime the two great slave parties are now on u par. With notorious sluvelioldurs?robbers ot tne niaiisiUDie accrues 01 American corn citizens ? a? well us tliu promoters ol adultery, incest and murder?the Liberty party with (tod?Justice?Humanity?Kqual Liberty?and Mound merhllty on its side has nothing to tenr. it will stand by its God-honored principlus as the only foe 01 injustice and wrong, now lclt for our country's hope. Wo shall, we must succeed! YVill Honest Democrats believe this and rally at once to our standard, or, will they degrade themselves lower still, with an unprincipled clan ot leaders who are using them as mere cats'paws, lor their own abominable sellishness. We ahall see ? Jill/any Wttkly Patriot. Poor Whiggery ! how disappointed you feel at the unanimity with which the convention broke up! How much more so will yeu feel at the reault ot the election ! We can't pity you, but will console you We will give you the following song, by which you can march out ol power on the 4th ot March next. It is appropos to the occasion, and sing you must, row to its tune you must ; salt won't save you : Tens?" Row, brotheri, row, or Canadian Boat Song." " Sadly wo list to our funeral chime. Horrible out in our tuue and time, lint when the star of the West grows dim, We'll sing at the "jug"' a parting hymn : Itow brothers, row the stream runs deepWake up, Webster ^ you're fast asleep ! Steady, our shallop is homeward hound ! Hoarsely the ripple is murmuring round? Listen ! ourlugleman raises the ?ong, And its burden is, " Josey, oh Jim along " Kow brothers, row ; the stream rum fast. Salt river is gained, und ottr glory's past. Our money is (tone, and our bills are due ; <Credit, dear! Credi*,d?nr ! Whore are you 1 Loafer* and pipers, no more we'll (line On bacon boiled in Falernian wine. Jlow brothers, row ; the stream runs fait, The glory of cider and sin it past. Swiftly we near the arid shore, Cuffing and tugging tba heav oar ; Madly wosit on our thread barerloth, Fishing for meat in our coonskin broth. Row brothers, row ! the stream runt swift ; Rouse up, Harry, and give us a lift'. Worry we re been in days gone by, Pleasure bus nesmed from our lord:y eyo, Rut now the autumn of Joy is come, Our sentence is passed, and we succumb. Rest brothers rest ; the distance's past ; Salt river is gained and we are last. Here where the carrion buzzard flies, Ticking out famine's insatiate eyes, We'll ant our shadows, and blow away, Like mist from a mountain tall and gray. Die brothers, die ; our day is past ; Salt river murmurs our ditgu at last." Dili oil Frtr Prtn. There may be divisions in the Democratic party, but vc are very sine that Mr. Clay will not share in tlia dividi Che detestation in which he has long been held by K< iihlicaus, Instead of diminishing. ha? continually in Teased Anothet man than Mr V an Bttren may succeed nit we are sure that that mnu is not Henry CI<iy Wi cannot believe that the man who has wantonly violate he Sabbath, in aome ot our chief cities, by his clamorou i.trades ou that sacied day ?we cannot think that tl.i ourderer of poor Cilley? the groat gambler and duellis I Kentucky, can ever receive the support of a grunt na ion ol Christian freemen, fir the highest office with!' their gift. We are slow to believe thRt the leader of '.h? uarty which was opposed to refunding the unjust flue tm osed upon thr patriot Jarkton lor his gallant defence ol New Orleans, and the whole Southwest, from the devastation of ii rude ami merciless Bi itisli soldiery and thai was in favor of rewarding the heirs of traitor Hull fur his treacherous course ?can ever receive the lavor of th? American people. We have yet to be convinced that the oft rejected and condemned Henry Clay, who bas been nvieted for bargaining for office?who volrd for Join* ' l Adams for President that he might be made Mecri larj if State. ami that, ton, against the known and clearly ex pressed will ot his constituents, can now enjoy the cotifl deuce of an intelligent country We cannot yet believe that the advocate of a despicable moneyed aristocracy and of on unjust, unequal and oppressive tariff system can be the choice of the people of the American Union In short, we cannot believe, whatever may ho the choice of the people in regard to Urmnratic men, that thev will ever consent to honor Henry Clay with their confidence with all his private ami political sin*, unrepented of aud still freih and green upou hint.?Jai hivn (7V?.) Hep. CLAY'S SOULOQUV :~NOT HAMLKT'8. BT CHttK. To be, or not to be, that ia the question : Whether next "Fourth o( March" ahall ** me wat'd, With aLl dua pomp ami circumstance u|?n The Preaidential chair ; or the baae rout Of Loco For.o ahall defeat my purpose* ! To hit?to tniaa?no more ; Aye, if wo hit, To end the otira'd incertitude, thnae doubta We coor.a are heir to?tia a ccnaummation Devoutly to be wiahed. To hit?to mi** ; To taiaa perohance the "moil j"?aye, there'a the rub ; For in the loaa of thom what elae mny some, When we have ahuflled off lection'* coil, Mint (jjvn na pauae There'a the reapect

That make* calamity ot atanding thaa A candidate with coona ; fur who would haar The whipa and acorna of time the Loco'a anecr, The honest man"* contempt, the hitter pang? Ol a aeared conaclence, rouaing from ita dump*? The insolence of workica, and the apurna ItefceteJ coona imiat of the Locos take, Whan he himself might hia quietus nuke With ?three gin cocktails ? Who weuld l>e tho fool, To grunt end awent under thla knavish life, But that he thought of gaining the election? (That unreached goal for wheae attainment twice I've atiove with might ami main)- brace* the will And makca me hope gainat hope, 1' may he ao : Thtia interest dnea miike rascals of ua ail, And thna the native hue of ratriotfam laaieklled o'er with narrow selfishness; And menaurea of great moment to the fttate, With thla regard, their enrrenta turn away, And loan their name of action ? MnhtU R'giHt Tint Hka*ot?Anions the evidences of precocity thin eeanon.we notice the early falling of the alanthua blossom". That beautiful tree has been for aome time quite covered with ita anaual decoration*: and the?e are now covering the pavement* in tho form ot little star*. One would suppose, to look at them, that the heavens had been shedding down their atella influence*-, and to judge tiy their oieil, it would lie supposed thnt they had all coma Iromthe ccnatellaiion Capricorn.?I'SHntlrlphin Gae. June 11. Fi r Trade ?Five cl the American Fur Coinpany'a bo*t?, loaded with bullalo robe* and lura, arrived here Uat evening from the Yellow Stone. They were XI day* out.?St. JWmt Repertrr, June I ORK 1 ' MORNING. JUNE 12. If llot-k lslnn<l, Illinois. [Correapoudenco of the Herald ] Rock Island, Illinois, May 29, 18-14. 'Hit Home of Mat I: Haul:?Politics? Great Hare J up among the Mormons?Attempt to Assassinate , Jot Smith ?'Pie Prophet Indicted for Perjury and Adultery ?Jot Smith's Egyptian Mummy? ' Joe Heads Hieroglyphics " like a book"? It ca- . i ther, Crops, fyc , tyc. ids AH Sia :? This place, beautifully situated near the mouth I j of Rock River, on the banks of the Mississippi, and about 300 miles above rit. Louis, u the scene nf Black llawk's career, and that of his forefathers. I i Here they passed their summers a d autumns, in j tilling, fishing and hunting; and their wiunrs were j whiled uwav utnonir the hull.do regions in a milder latitude. Their corn-hills and graves are still visible on the bank* and bluffs of Rook River, and some remains ol their wig-wainaund huts yet identify their favorite haunts. They were, however, driven out ot this lovely spot, and destroyed ! Tneir dwellings were desolated and mostly devoured by the Haines of their enemies; but the hills and rallies?the rich bottoms and f rtile plains? which,but a few years since, were only trod by the savage and ihe beast, and rung with the howling of the one and the war-whoopot the otliei, are now vocal with the voice of eivi'ization ai.d dotted with handsome human dwellings. This is a healthy region, and posse-sessome local advantages th.it are unequalled i. the valley of the Mississippi. Three nnl. e trout its mouth, lluck River, a stream Uigur ihaii tloHousiitnuic, passes over a rapid ot sufficient height to admit of the whole volume ot ihe river hemg u^ed for hydraulic purposes; theieby atlnrdmg mi available water power nearly equal to that at Lowell. Three miles again, up ihe Mississippi,?that river being there divided by Rock Island, on which stands Fort Armstrong, passes over a considerable rapid; so that ihe greater pin of the leli branch of the stream is rendered available lor mih purposes. Roth ot these valuable mill privileges have, to some extent, been already improved : and though centrally situated in the finest agricultural region that 1 have ever seen, there is no waterpower within sixty or seven y miles on eilliei liand, that can be brought into competition with them ; conaequently, this is destined, at no distaui day, to become a place ol much importance. Rock Island is now bustling with the multifarious members of a whig congressional convention, which meets here to-day for the purpose of nominating u member for this district, which embraces sixteen counties, including also that of llancock, the seat ol the Mormons. llancock has the larg est population of any county in this congressional district, and is entitled to send to this convention twenty delegntes; but, up to this time, not one has arrived from that county, nor are any expected. Hitherto, lor several years last past, Joe Smith aim his deluded victims, have controlled the elections in tlwB district, and have generally gone with the democratic patty. The whigs, however, ure now holding up their heads a little more complacently, on account of a rupture among the feaints of Nanviiti which is likelv to result rather seriously to the interests of the irophet,. iu hopes, through the .schism ihnt exists in that hot bed oflu-tual abominations, to gvt at least a part ol the vott s ol Joe's followers, and thereby be enabled to elect ttieir candidate. How much ground they have on which to tound their faitli mi this matter, 1 am unable to say; but the non-arrival of delegates from Hancock county cannot certainly be construed favorably to the whig cuu>e. That the Mormons arc just now in a " terrible s ew," is quite apparent. Be*i,ie.? the secession of tenor twelve hundred of Joe's followers, who have actually withdrawn from the comniuuity, there ih now mi open rebellion against he authority of the prophet in the " lloly City," and Joe, a few days since, came near losing his life by the hands of an assassin. A part of die .Hormone, guided chiefly by the council of (ienernt j Law, an influential member of that notable sect of religionists, have taken up the cudgel of scandal I against Joe, mid unequivocally declare that the prophet has fallen from grace, and is no longer the Idvnrite of the Lord, nor the faithful expoueut of their religious anil political views. They have proceeded so far in the*ir persecution, as to have imd Joe actually indicted for the crime.- of perjury iiid adultery ! For several days after the finding of these indictments, officers were in pursuit of ili< prophet tor the purpose of arresting him Joe, however, eluded their vigilance successfully, and took time to prepare himself, as is supposed, with rent neuw* to swear down all the charges preferred g.iiiist hirn, and then railed the people together, ml in n long speech, addressed them upon tTiesuh irct, declaring Inn ability and determination noi only to clear himself effectually from ihe vile sUndera of his enemies, but to convict them of ilie same crimes which are alleges (gainst liirn with the additional peccadillos of theft, nicest, and murder! With this declaration on his lius Joe mounted Ins In rse and set oof, with an escort of twenty " faithful witnesses," nfl armed for C-arthage. where the t'ourt i< now u session?before which he is, forthwith, to be mraigried. How tins matter will turn out, is a suhiecl of no 'utile speculation in "these hi re d *gins; ' though many are inclined to the belief tfi.it Jm will, as heretofore, find means to slip through 1I0 huine fingers of the law. When we touched at Niuvoo yesterday, on our way up the Mississippi heie wan a " power of excitement" among tin 'ireihren, anil business was generally suspender. or the purpose of discussing more conveniently th veinhty matters touching the welfare of iher piritua! leader The building of ihr temple is. however, moderately piogressing ; and Joe is on ill parripmei torm wmi mn ?n ?s mi irtr v^onsn ution of the United Slut'-*/' of which he modestly >f poses tt? become President ? lie luehes |>om vlaity Van Burrn rnr>?t unmercifully; end nil thither prominent candidates for tiie Presidency ' orne in for a *' alt^lit ?priokiinc" of abuse Tin most funny bit of Joe's huniliuggery is his pre 'ended ability to read Egyptian hieroglyphics He has somehow or other obtained nn old mummy which he palms off' upon the s.iints of Nauvoo foi ihe embalmed body of one oi the Hiicient kings o' Egypt. On the breast ol this mummy he found a manuscript in the symbolical language of thai couulrv, which be " reads like a book and averutieipiivocally, that it was written by the patriarc Abraham, and has a very important reference to the hook of Mormon, and especially relates to his, (Joe's) "revelations." This is almost as laughable hs Crlidtlen's lectures, anil the inflated pretensions ol that genius to a profound knowledge of the same mysterious science. Ii is probable that Joe and < Midden stand about upon a par in reference to their knowledge of hieroglyphics; though m all other respects Joe is certainly a good deai mr f.'ievcrroi nuuii?u?,. I have just returned Iroin the Whig Convention, which has ionulted in the unanimous nomination "I M. 1). Swcfl, fclsq., of Stephenson county, for the candidate ot the Whig party in the Sixth Congressional District of this Slate. He in now addressing the convention in an impassioned strain of Western eloquence. He curses Martin Van jluren, praises Henry Cliiy, and eulogises log cabin* "to kill" One might suppose from his account ol those edifices, thni to live in a log cabin is the next thing to entering the Kingdom of Heaven. He. says "he whs bred in a log cabin, raised in a log cabin, edncated in a log cabin, and always lived in a Isg cabin " The probability is thai he will not he obliged to sacrifice the comfort of his log cabin lor an unpleasant seat is Congress; though Ins fri* nils will <lo all they can to elect him ; and the Whigs in Illinois are, as every whert slse, very well nniteo. t'lny will receive a hearty support here next fall; and should Martin Vac IJtiren unfortunately hecome the nominee of the Democratic party. Clay will carry the State, The same kind of machinery in political movements, obtains here, ilnoo mil< Iroin the seaboard, as is brought into play lor Kirmlar purposes in the Atlantic cities. Women, trumpets, fiddles, songs, and banners, embellish and enliven the scene, and add, in a striking manner, to the general effect. The season has been rather wet, corn is consequently rather backward, though better this than last year this time. Wheat never looked better than now. The country is, hereabouts, going on prosperously, und Illinois will yet come < ut all tight. 0. Cai*t. IJot.drriintt.?Died, Saturday morning, Tune 1st, at Ins residence in Black Hock, Fairfield, capt. Nathaniel Haley HoMredgn, aged 1.7. ( apt. il was for many years master of the Liverpool packet ship I'nl ted States Few men were mors extensively known or morn generally beloved Ilia ilearii was awfully sudden ?he was apparently in better health than lis h i I been tor some months, and was preparing to visit his frfcti Is in this city, when ho fell and almost mime liatoly expire1 His remain! wire removed to N.:w York -Hridfpo,r S tandard. Tilt? Mississippi.?'The Ktverrose about three inches yesterday. It tins risen v. ut n loot within n f, dsys. Hie rise is from the MUsoti .and llliaois rfv ri Si Dill's HrpiTltr, Junr I. UERd 344. County of Iilii(.mi nil Minklm:*. Judge* V uuJt'ibilt, buulh, Bergen Htid Marten.e on the liencli. Brooklyn, June 11. ? William M Miller win arraigned lor malmlatigliUr in the third degtee, on tl.e jnraon ot I'homua Camugliiin, on the USd ol Mart h U*t, in Kullon itrt ?*t. Dotrict Attorney Mount uj>t ncd the ciue tor the piori'etition in u very conciae and clear immuri. It con*i?ti d Riaiiil) in a btaienieiil ol the loiluw :ng IncutOn the ?Jdd 111 Match laal tlie accUaed attended mi auction it tin- > 01 e jf Mr 1'udd, Kultou meet, when: the in it.out then lived ,n tho rii|i.i 11 j nt j,oner Priaoutr bong lit eome aitu lea, ? uniting 1 tie-in tome kmvi a and lei lie mnl a ?lelili? w itli w hich lie lelt tij,jiai. utly to go home ihuit time utlei, ho relumed mucti excited, and told Mr Toed ib?t Ma m r runt Cariuiglian hud thieuteii U to U?n violence lowam* UI1II . iiiir.ai 1 I11. d> n ru.iimtioi! to 1 e.iLt iiim. In a little time hi aet out again, ami met ? Brnnghau on the n.leu ay , whole < ttruggio eiirued, in wn.cli liii de- t.uil, I boniua i arnbolibii, innxil a moitsd woUliil I'OUi tliu kuiie held in the hand ul tk? prisoner W ii. Millet lie (tliu Dbtrict Attorney) wu ol tlie llellel lliut a plenum giuilge bud libit leoling exixtid between tiii.ni, out ul which tit lit uulurluiibLc occ tu i elite hi u?m. Dr. t ociiiian examined- I* u phjucun in lliooklyn. On ihe eiil.lig ul the d.hl id Mu.cn IU>1, Wu? Cailcil lo examine tue condition ul " man who v. .in in the ditig store comer ol .Mbine ui a Pultun sucet*. lie luiiiid h.a clothing uu the leii erne bouki o will hloud, on leinoviig w inch there appealed ? woilu i On Hie side unotit uii nil n in length, Htihiicd heiw een the i Jghlh Sl.ll ninth nb? la ol opinion it w us inllicti'J by aMiaip nmti utin in. Tlie patient art.ined lo he much piubliutel , hln (ulson w Cold. Hud the pul?e huidl) pwctptible lJiomd the uonud lout iiignt, and the mst morning aaii himtwic. again, w hen in luliuii him hit el On letiiihlng 10 mi UI ill u b quai er paal nine, lound hill! dead V\ iiu pieai lit ut b poal mur.tlfi i x bin 111 lit lot i ol Itie body *1 lit- wound ik bk inniid tu hi uhuut 1; inch lung und about A inches deep j it pcrloraioU the dib| hiiigui, ?i puiut.ng the uj pi i thin ol the epitiii, Miio teiniinutid in the lower pur oi the convex idge ol tile monibi.li. which on txatnin ilii.n |MJhlbUeoon) g it e Way, and a luige quantity ol liillil eaCbped. Ik ul the opiuiun ttibi that w ound w bk the CbUki ol hia death. Crim (iiim nriHy Mr Hockwell.?The din ction ol tin wound Wba iluw awards, biul tow nrda tin iigul aide. It ippUHi-i d to lie inane With an bilgtd biul |unite.1 mati n nirutj the ninth rib was two-thirdx aepuruted. [Wilm-a. hole descntied tlie locality ol tlie wound J D. ceun d w.u an athletic luun, apparently uhuut live hut nine Inches in height. Dr. Diki.ii examined- la a physician; saw the deccuxtd Thomas t diniighiiii, dead on ti bio in Mr \Y light'*, coi ner ol 1'e.trl brut t uncord *Ut eta; was pieaent ui the i k . imnutiou above relerrcd to, differed a little tiom Dr t cel.. ran ua to the description ol the wound on the a.i much, i was isther the penning puit ol the inferior por i n ol tin stouiuch that war woiiuUed; thinks the woundCatiatUC at umrhiui'a death; no t.ther Cause appatent. Crost-taamined.?'l he wound, it continued in the mi in > direction, wotili have terininated uliout two inches tu tin light ol ujperpendictil.,r line drawn I rum the chin dow nlln person, und Ma low nx the navel, and wa.t proh ihly csuse by an inxtiuirit nt like that produced in ourt |Acait u.g knilo wax hero exhibited about ten niches long in Dh blade, one und a q inter inch brood, it was that Used hy the prisoner in thu infliction ol tku wound, hjuI a deadly weapon it wax.J UnoauK Wkihmt sworn Reaided ut the comer of Cot com una r uiiuii sunns, on ..m ui .miic.i iam nuvw ihudtcewud, '1 Loft. Carusghau ; he whs boarding with him. Carnaghau was employed at Todd's aucicu store in Kulton street, as porter-, he died at his( Wright's) house aquarter past nine on thn*i4th of Maieh last, where a post mortein examination was hold on tliu body by Lira, t uoh ran and Inker. John Blush. examined.?Lives in Brooklyn, next ilooi to Todd's auction stole, in bullon street. Knew Titos (Jarnughuti when employed by Todd. About IbJ or li o'clock on tlu> evening *f the Slid of .March w as going out un business ami saw Titos (Jarnughati, who seetned to t'i very much (tightened. How .Miller the prisoner at tin name time going towards Henry street pretty last, Canu ghuu was coming in the opposite direction. They met about twenty leet from wltern lie (witness) stood. Saw Miller raise his light hand in which theiu was something that appeared to shine j in ids icli hand he bad a violn w hich lie held up in the samu way. Saw bis hand de scctiding ; lie appeared as if going to strike with boil, hands Thomas i.arntighun, the deceased, raised his hands also at the some time met struck Milierover the top ol tin head nt.d knocked oil'his hut. Went up and in kid wha' was the matter, Camnghuti reeled up and dow n unit sto| peil apposite his (witness') window. Miller picked u| Ins hat. Mr Todd uskeil Miller whip he had done to ( .11 naghuo; he hi 111 up his hat and uuid " see how hn hie abused me." lie than put on his but ami walked up lieni) street. Haw no blood. Todd took (utrnaglian by the am and asked him what was the mailer, saying, ' cantyoi speak?" t'arnaghan replied, "don't you sen?" hnv ( Istras* 'I'toiit Kb Kim h.f* Irtnf Kilt U :i? dftt .'tViniis nl tilt ' hhnh. Sutv the wound.afterwards in the ding store, coi ner of Main** and kulton tlnth. Millei was loilowcd am I>roii|(>it bark again L'tnn rj-aminri/ ? Whnu Miller and Carnaghan met tli< ; lid not cit*iit-h in with each other ; u? but one Muv .truck by iach ; they were at the tame time, both hand up at oi.ce ; thi y met about 16 or IS lei t from the c oriit ol Henry atreet; < atnaghari inn coining from that em ncr at an unusual pace , Miller walked off dclitieralely when I fiia* saw the blond, thought i( might lie Irom ' a. naghaii's now ; every thing took place instantaneously ml so quick that then- wu no turn lor second blow * Mr*. (Ioi.uh exAnuiied ? Ilekiilc* in the city ; oh th 33d March lust wu coming liom muiket about hall ps11) i when moaning kulton atrnet liom the opposite >i<t tow at da Peck'a storesaw two men, one ol w liom appeal . to be III liquor ami supjsirtcd by tile oilier u lio n erned ti hold him by the arm ; ?aw the man w ho S'emed to be it liquor raise Ins leit arm and knock off Hie others liai hey then separated ; Miller lnid n violin in one hunil < ilh the other ho puahed up a paper parcel he had m >!< his aim, when ho separated Irom the other man ; saw tin laltei tin 11 lotiDd and thing up liia sliuu'oeis .ind givo i groan ; heard Miller my he had lost hu bet ; caw hill nick it up from the walk ; Miller walked away toward lkriry strict ami the r.th.r too ard. Mr Todd's - (In i> l y to a question Irom a juror, the witness stati d sh< w as c*i tain "I the i ll ntl?> ol Mills r ) ,Noil.n g further was elicited from this witness on tb< cro?-is?muiation ' Amiis, clerk at Todd's, testified to Miller havim purchase'I the Unite and other articles at iho time i pi til. d. he prosecution here closid. Mr Hot Ku ri l, addressed the jury for th* defence II i Iiidad to .he f.ict of Ilia prisoner having a strung arrn if enuusel, and n formt d the jury that the ciicutnstanrt f the prisoner did not afford a remnneration, that the mi vlcet on his part were soli 'y gratuitous, an.l ihat he w i in.'need to ttndeitiike his defence t.y knowing his e xc h ut character in all the ri lot mis of life as a h?i hand I. her and Iriend ; ?lrn Irom his good lortiine in h? n g a< r|iiaiiitcrl with some of his 11.01 relatives, who, alihong nut rich, ware possessed ol lngl er and to l.ini 1st nun. estimable qualities, a (ail and unsullird f..niu Mr. I contended that the law fully jii.lilirl the set of wine he prisoner stood i barged and tint case w its ,t?ci fill s'ithln the limits ol the legal definition "I justifiable horn cole Ho did not think it requisite to deny that the .). eased lost his life by u rmt nuh r wih Viil ar but that i win his own act the result olan st'srk Upon the piitoti a. ising out id nulicr prepense In support of this allege ion, Mr. K. dwelt upon his excellent character, both n 'he country of his nativity and adoption, and with mor) ingenuity and address vindicated Kis client from tl . grave c l.mgout heii.g guil'y of the sanguinary art i> manslaughter. The evidence lor the defence was offered to sustain ht representations of the character of liisrhep' Miller. Joiik Limr examined?lias a place ot tnrsin ns nt * button street: on the 'JUfh ol Varrh last win standing his door nearly opposiie to Todd ar.d taw Millei leavit| Todd's s'oie with a bundle under bis arm, hesi.l him oi. ing out " Kaon ofT. keep off " S'ltv n niaa botwi cii Hit t and Karnes'store pounce dow n at him, und stlike r.t Mil ler, who was inclining away fiom hitn towards the curl .lone; arkid what il was, arid ?mv that f'flriisghiin wa very much hurt Said to Milh r. " Voir have killed th man;*1 Miller said, " Is a niau to be insulted in this kilo of a way in the street t" Ilium.m Posiiiri testified that 1 ring n domestic ir Tod.l's at the bme r t th. OCftOTWIM MS f'gsxagliail tkl deceased, on the evening of the '.Id Ma'Ch; he asked h> i to holt the candle for him while he carried rome chaii. from the cellar np stair. , .he tl.ought he had taken n g..i? sml said to him in Inn, ' If you don't r|iilt rlrli.klng, I'l never bo yours;" in' u eplivd, he had only taken a glass oi to, and that he'd " fix somebody to night," this was slxju an hour before he was hurt. (ten Hall, Henry Nelson, I ovinia Miller. Mary Miller I ari l Mr I .r.e all gavaa high character ol thr. i.usoni i Mi Hit, for honerty, ?tnc' lohriety, imluatr) , and pro pi .cij ot demeanor. Mr Uhimih in a tneerh of great |>ower and Ingenuity defended the ac.cutcf, contending ili.it hit character. niv the l?w, and lurtii of the roe Wi re atrongly in furor o Miller, and lett no ground on wluch u conviction rotili be procured Ji nr;? Vaaro anri T charged the jury upon thn Irw i, the run, d willing principally Upon the obligation to gnvi the priaoner the LouetU of any doubt that might a:lie ii their mir.iU The jni) retired, hut when our reporter left, at 1 o'clock, I' M., they had no', agreed. The priaoner ?eeme to lie in good ipintu, and under no apprehenlb n ofcoi.ru n I M. IHatrlrl Conrt. Refnie Jedge Helta. drag II Ir AoMietr.it ?llugkm vr. Cut/it 11 > Honor hat ma in no .)< eition at yet in tint rate. Jatnt' 8 fern ?i Wii( lUlilwin. hrr tnrklf. d> Thi trh'Hiner I'rtu nu bar patniigu hum Philadelphia in !)< is|A laden with ro.ila wt< run into by brig Baldwin alxrtit 'I" min t off Handy Hook, which rallied her to sink Action brought lor the Impart. The rate t'nn )? ad journed over to thi* day. t'onrt C'nlcntlnr?Thla liny. I oMMon l'i , ii Not .IV, 46, 47, U, U, I I, 17, 7n 3d, 11 45, 'J, it M. 67 II, *1 ar Not 00, 31, 44. 4!t 46 If), 20, Ml, 6" 48, MI, l.t.a ..I ?4, ?rt (17 ttM tin. 7?, 71. 71 79. Citi t it l ii. Not. II, II, 21, 91, 80, 8?, 7, 3, 40, IS < it.g Bri.i, Htcm * Kikinu? The MrketH lor O! Bull'* Concert, though only lor h few hutin* at Mi "tore* for tile, htve been by thit time nearly all ill poted of, though the performance will net t ike place ti te-morrow evnilng In anawer to tever'il ar ioui ii oniric* addretted to ui about thee who purr.haae tick heing crowded out, we would soy Hint live hundn ticket" only kavo been left lor tale, which number t> room will bald ronveniei tlv. When thcte an t I I the will ho no more Waned We think that many will he d appoint" d; but thrro may yet be n chance of ternrii ticket! during this errning. 'J hit will be hit only cc oart in Ihia city AW? Hnrtn Cturitr, Jumt 19. J .. li lLD. Tmu Out*. I LaTIR FROM Texas.?'1 li" New \ utkairivetl >e.^tercldy Ir< in <'ulvmlon. Liy iln.t arrival, vtr Imvei receti i ! liuUbtun jiepeia to the 2ftli ami?.o* h ui lu limli ull luclukivu. 'it* new? ia nol ol u.l.fli iii.^uiUdch '1 ho |w|ieik lit biitil) diicutliug lb? iti?;.n tuertta ol tbt; in t-ial candidate* (or the Pna'dmcy. j Thr U. S fhiji Vicceuuea. Uaj.taiii Iiiifh.ir.nn, aiiitrr.l and auction il oil "lie her at Uuivtetoii on IJ e i'ill - all will. She itill iemail,i ! thejewhen il"- Nt? \oikl?,i 'I tin tlooji ol war V?ndi.liu l SI. Lawrence Mid Sonu r?, "Jul the Menu.11 Luioii aio i xj-iCiiU 10 aii ua In u in) tlioit time-. | 'i lie liulvatiou Civilian of tl.e 251 h ult , in C' mmenling oti tbt treat* cnriee) oi.flt ice, ih)i iliut mih ijituni naiirtr tji; dtvi lOfii-d ' Lot talc laud lo /:It i i jit Cial ?aj uitaction to i he |/io|'le or lio* e. i mt m 'I lixo'fc J all,til.f o'lult, ' ti.e loft RthlOW iti'i.i i! ly Ui tl.il of Alain. 1 t., thai KuRMiI'd denied '.II unit ri V? X.Ci' U r.ohe tie aliolnnii ol aia\ t iy a coi riiwen in t!.e itrrgt ii:t ? of I hi ii .lejiendi i.ee it'!'? kai, ' w lijch it t'oi.in n. i.i 17 to) n g (hut "tcuiCel) hi) | iu|H>utii n i. old he ii.ort iivoiin g to our |.iiilt end n it ie-| i ei hh n nut'on.'1 'J he iexuii Uen.ociatof the 29ih uit liua an luliflo on Free 'lis. If, in w hit h I he W ill or i ay a:? We are among thoie w ho now < 1 . ve ihut it ai.ni rut ion tail, n en hi ihn|: lutid in hiatal v. ili I c duj uted to <1? in,) more lot us tlixii i h< United hta. ? mm inelined lo no, and that a 1 we have to i X(i ct lioin eilh. i if a h.voiatile eon,tin icial Hi ai> on < In |illiif.l|ile ol liii Tiailr " Muh1 inobkacien huve leeii c.iii.iiuili d on the liootn ri', b) tin Indians The (inhesion Ne? * on the iMrt ull .ays 'bat Duel K linn y. A.i i u>t n-tiiji j slid r uuitiey , n si. d< lit* ul Tisvu county, bsvu ml km inn mil mat llieir lesidmcc (in the Biutby. by a pint) nt M hcoes. 1 lis Indnilis after* mii'k wt nt in a lis use en tin fun (i .In is 1 ii.U 1?i Uii lime nnii sin) took away a in gi o woman. TbtTv is skua It port tliat tins or si.utlii r |iail> stlittn '.lie house ol n All. limn on 'lis Stan i stnn 1 snd killed .Mr. .Meteor and two u In r tut it, alid cupiuicj Alia .Mucin and tlin em nun mii.iiI chihlltD. 'ins Hiitish brig i y holt) united ut Galveston on the jid ail Iiun. Lit ei pool, u nh a csigo ol avioned uh rcl.an'.17.0 111 limiting ilm l.ui bor ?be misted tl.e lhaiinti, ard got on (be i.mill bieaktrs and sustained lome damage Lett. i a sbe wsn got ull. The GalVt stun .Nik sot the 3l)tb ult. reports tin- arrival ct i In- llii nu n I 11 y. Ocean 11 urn Antwerp, having mi boaid limit} eiuigiunl* lor tliw Castro colony Jiy tins it rival, the rilitni ol the New s ItHins that lai gr unlabel m rrooi Holland ma} ho expected during the pit sent }<?r. Another vessel was to Jt-sve wiih einigiunts fifiriidayx altei ihn Ocean, and a veesel w aa expected to leatc tsch inontli lor (i.i vision timing ihe snmn er. '1 lie iri.it ol t ommodore Atooie, ai Houston, is picgn ssing slots ly Tliere will be no further issue ot Excln ijtier Bliln till tl.e niiiuiiiit in en eolation is ri duced to twinty tliuiisur.d dollars So says the Vindicator. 'I he Bremen brig I'uiun. < apruin Werteus, v liirli w at nut w ard bound, but it,g In en towid out ly tlie steamer t ul. Woods, was am bored inside l>ulve*lun I hi. hi sceoiint ol ii heavy s. ii mulin g hi the Int o und which irniilc il inadt isiililo to cross the bar, the pilot t ciniunn g >ii bumd. inning the inglit n squall came up and blew With such v mil nee tli.it me lutti-uiugs id both i all. s g.<vo way and tier anchors wore ull lust, .-.he then drilttd over In- breakers until in ar morning, slio reached the insida channel in xl the Island, u l.eii tail w as n.aJc and tl.e vessel taken nno (ialvestun w ith lour b et w uter in her hold. It is supjH'Sfil sbe will be cundeiiuied. fclie bad stone 4 ur itlO bales ol cotton on bonnl which is tt.oio or less damaged. The vessel and cuigo are Loth covered by insurance. with an aaaortea caigo ul luerchturdue, bound to Subine river has been lout. By tun New Yoikrunio n bearer of detpatcbca to cur Se'ctetury ol State train (Jen. Murjihy. We lea in that tlia despatches relate to the attaMad gioua mikcoioiitrt of our (on.,ub> ut Sabine Pass and (Jalveston, in cxactii g tin atnl charges not authorised liy luw, and in lelit'n K their oltlcial powet to riimum Itiitiah initio nee and tn.lunar* dnot ile.drcy the Irude ot American citizrut in the watt ra ot the Halniie tVe kliall not lull to lay before our traders to inoiiow, ?uch teatiMiony ?* i. now in our posseyion tu relation to the conduct of ttioite ctkct ih, am) we feel li lily g i at tiled in bring aide to preterit this evidence ol tho i ul and watchfulness o I (Jen. Murphy in | ruticting the right* of American citizen.? K (> Tiojiic, Junr3. Oakland Cot kmc, Louisville.?These races commenced on Monday, June 3. They appear to nave been pretty well attended, and the cottite in ptetty good order. The Kentuektana are not to he , ul in the shade altogether by those further notth. SritiNii Minm:? First Day ? Annunl county tttMp Until lor coin and lilliei, three ytui old Bulnci i| tiou, fill hf it lubkcnptiun added hy proprietor. MJiehtati. ' Kimpt Hack ?Of nine entries, the lollowiDg iihbs only 1 I'.iiO.e at tho Call :? Lewis Oeigor's (K llerr'*,) ch. c. J< hn Anderson, hy t. admus, out of dunt ol Katn Anderson 3 1 1 1 I Anderson'* hi. filly hy in.p. Yulpariso, outot Kitty White, hy Arams riiktanecd. Sa.-nuol Deyes, ch. I. by Brlmmtr, dam by 1 Beit rand - 3 3 U Maloney 'a ch. t hy Cadmus, dam hy 1 Rattler 1 3 3 Time l:Ml 1:M? irJ Sn oap41 At r ? Si*ai k Stake - A metpn kke (oi roiti Mid fillies 3 y vara old Subscription f,'<0 hi f- ; !o which , i> added a handsome silver pitcher, value Finn, given by lie livery Muhle Leepery ot Louiuvitlo ; leiU hia.k. '1 o , hii race thero were aix riomiriatioB*, oiily It.tir l.fcwiver , I'anie at the call as lot low*., I L. Bradley'sch c K.d. Leylu, dam l y Director, . 3 1 1 L (?eIgei'i: (M M Bwl.ng'u) || c Itjdro, imp t henei field Jmiii hy Wanderer,... 13 3 J 11 MilJer'k (IV K Join son'*) b. c Ir-ani, dam hv Sir ( hm-lrs e, . . 4 S Urn Lucki tt'a ch filly, hy Oley Fugle, dam hy Juokaou 3 3 dr. Time I.Vt liMJrAS Naval.?Captain Ci< ieingrr Iias been crd' red hy he Navy Department to the Meotierretit nit, to nWe the command ol thu L S. C igntr < olumtiin, in ( lace f ( apt. Shnhriclt, deceased Captain Ci. will tail htm Baltimore rail) this week. The U.tJ Drm Lawrence failed from No-folk on heltthiiilt. lor the West Indits. The lollowh g is n ut of her officer* William II Haulier, commander ; \ M IViiimx k, Fiiit l.ientouant ; Thome* ,V. IJm-l.rr, < . cond Lieutenant ; It Allison. Acting \tHi'er;J (I c. ilurrlay. Aktik'an.t Surgeon ; Charles W PIhch, Paned idahipman ; Wm (bison. ( hailes K ( ollur* Wm It. k'ountleroy, ar d Kdward llrnshaw. Mtdkhipnitn , I) (i K. Jardner. aptaln'? Clerk L II. Mcln'osh Master's Mate; Inhu McKitih y . Boats* ain (Jvoig.- Marshall. Ji .(inner i U il j.un VViku, ( oi|h nter , ( liurlto II Sleiling. Purt r'l. Stewaol. The Miver.?The Memphis Enquirer ot the 2Mth It mi)a?Although the liver .it this place In k.i -ouaiderahle ot reacnhig it* bight at |omt, i ven u ithin thu i>t twelve motitfiR. ) et it I. gieutly to he leaied that hi miction with the flooded atresnik m>< th ot iia will caino earl ill dektiuction ot property on the plantaticuR alcug he const Tiik FonarR Jtrix-.tt.?A. C. II Smith, the first Judge ot Heiluuier county, in tine State, has been ? a rested and indicted on n charge of hum k lorgud a ion it and mottgago for $700 to himself, to which he at' ached a c? rtiflcata of acknowledgment hi .1 the certifli ate of ttR la me recorded hy V'ujikon, the County I leik. i He |,rMn'i r! 111 liii-< niirt Motility, ar. I mi 'I in mtny unit i irrenteil fur Hie for<i rn'* A ( rrrriapoiiiieiit of the Mt -ujr \thi?, wrile* Hi* :nt*ocii?to jnit|t< li I turn fn hail in tl u mil of $1001), in which nevt mi ol bin frirntln joined. Ilo I mal^md to them ? pnitiol y< purity nn ' lot* Hhacotnleri. An i|fic> r liti* N't n <li*?.jintr lied in jnirrnit ol turn, with l ilt ittIt- chance of overtaking lnrn Ilia brother, an mg 'h? tficer st?r( In pumijt, jnmpuil tn Ihe roar rm* I'outitli n ?l?h the object el apprhiug the liigitive nl hia ilnniri r. I li*- m.inner in winch fninh kept thin nm'tei ?u Ioii|( n . I'udh'll WUS till* . In I MM III! mill the mOl'glge to Ml'* i Pullman, of ( ' nfii Id iiinl h.i* ever aiiuo punt up the jiilorent, protending to have rrenived it from Hoy or 'l l :a pinliHlly rrHkea u cutitinn* >1 nlti rn g, Bud pitveriln tho .latute of limltatioiin troin attaching It i* r ow no.!, ri atood ihit amoral fimilttr iheb.ticin ol vitlony liuvt* comn I 'o light. EVLFIY MAN IMS )WN DOCTOR FOR 'KKTA.N DIMKAShH ALiTHOUdlt A rt Ithtc. UlfP.APh I' md not fe*r rtpunp in cotiniliieu .1 fh,iinan a ill 'herdare miry, * ho 'rim nn eicem ?f didldimr*, coder camp' m il ' t i? prient* 'ninre tn nidtce mr nd* in . n Thee c- rrtimr,. * t urlivcli'it To I enable ml to cure .l.ernaetvea w I'lo lit noil a I lie cif earnrloi r? kuown to a f'-r t d pervnp, ihey r^iir* t rmolj tl l ioil, in ltd RMttte, and icOtlib'e .tl if* reanila '? lilt hug wtahitl I ir deaidenlnrn i e' I'.il'h llm'd wittlia .hetrrreeh ' Hit HtH/rn VKUVT/.rtl.f.'I l>t!l I K f.r O-intw.f,?* ' .nil tllrw, tl <r onnle 'i'hm* M ?? <) nei ' I tbia rued ei-* iLm. nt inert*!* of tluee liotira, are one illy .utfu i?i.t to t , rvrr -nfinr I kind tl.dl ipniotity tbr | alt?tl noon Id i toy . n d I .wart tl" refill fi' aiitriinni .n diet, read *' ?ili:cg itirriw, .r.. cot ,it.n..|nr -ly i cw.iary to 'If'et d '-lire, l.T h? n?ntn u 'o li" diirrUdi i on tin ?n;i"r?, the euieyrul h muc h moid *1 eniiv. (lit nOI/JM KPff IKM for the V?.rreil H a-rae bind f.| t?er h*.n|e I i ?ti trite thin tnrapenod ih? hashen re. un ,n* 'atimi. I. r I It > lienor fi led to mike n t nn r. i t roie hy . i. in th. Veperrel Htnenae.t hr neei ol u riiiltencd m r.i * clinr tt>-. I'n' . *, i.ml grant anil corrcaive liliart wit <}|"*"tv and Jni fill llinohifioi. nod in etary ape ren of ol t m.d ihnt'unte ' leer: * to t.ntjineolid iuftiptteijjl lion lit* ntuii of Denary, Vl?-ri of the ri"*" end gaien I'mtenof the II.me:, Vaoi (inn, \oife?, I or?rer>?? btae-cnd*, ttad IU awt I.tun nb.ut theiQ'n'a oT rh- uimtlie. |* raen*. W bile a M-ttiher "I f'.r MH|e*l Ptnff of the United ^'Mr* Vrm , nui' while eug^neil in City J'rjttice. 1 htve uevi r tdiu'cl v ri'iikr n e?re w ith ilia nhoye iu-i!i*icen and I hen- nteil n < nt n nonip ihonaMiida of rium HKNKV KUhT, VI L> fold in Yoih I itr t>Y Hamlolph In Pni.Vio, Wool ?ole Drwrliati, JU I'earl afreet, e.o'?er KwBIUdii.Mld try rrapei dn Jin Drmrginid in neterol eirifeyf th? United htnte? Nieri hycta end Trader* nun any a*cuon of North er S uth \meriea. ' nund* W*nt li.duw. yjnl Mnka. (ru obn.o tha Medir laea r.a liberal lernea, nt IMfhlOIWllimi. A Hophi-a, rot. Btli nt nnd Ayeniie 0, h/, V . and O'lthe a'rmi?'nieii:i !er tl e|y future aotv'y in their re*|>eeiire plum, Piwt Paid order*. ?T.C!oaii.ii caab. pfomi t!y atari'l'd 1 * ! f die itMtriat Itfaiy ftirl tyifetf. iol,l tm're. MRS. ('All l5f)M-,s ' MK.DIC ATKD V \ POll AND Ml PHI It n\TH?. .'I'S't ttr*n?<lway, Iwn tlawire nlntve I Im- Itimpltnl, MltM t It IH,(, re.trci ii . " ?" '? :" "T t > Mdlieal V i cnltT, n- d the rip he. th I-he bin d to I oot'l-iiil. r'r et noil e?nbhihe.l n-r Moot'^m % V r , nd Mulnhni I'i In in t tame c nnnodior'a and cet t.el n oi .11 nt\o jj, .dwry, Vfheee Ity hw tioutli.w d a?n iinty " tnd '.mrt li ho|-a to latri' th- l-atroii ? int'i l er ? -.Mini in i t ' <i r . i-ed fur the U?t tmltreen year*. \ -f?| |,?r i^rtu t>* * MH'i ? ?" i"' " ',r, II Ihit'a i II I- n't I ? # ??ty Ofitafc (It hum Toby lot hire ?J4 lm"'

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