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   Daily Commercial Register (Newspaper) - October 22, 1852, Sandusky, Ohio                               Old Vi No, 157. SANDUSKY, OHIO, FRIDAY EVENING, 1852 New No. 131. ijij Commercial' ttegjflter. Oifiso in Hogister Building, Columbus Avenue. .i COOKE Business Directory. Wliulwulo itml Koluil in PI-HUM and Paints, In udvanee........-................... w tilty, OUi Payment after three Wj For Ihrco months 1 BO for one W All stiKuriptlons for than year, hi pfiid Uk ndvunce. llikiiy, Advcrlifcintf. One sijiiart. (12 llne-d fiO 11) week...............i.......... 1 f J W) it one S ii two 4 flfl three 5 00 nix B W) twelve mouths.....................12 00 Column, with fix chanvea or IVHH, per annum. .J17 00 r.llii, tlyi-flutti, I'erfimmy, it-., Wulcr Ureol, (North Kniultuby City, Ollin. it. Wholesale ami Ilctall Dealer In I'ainln, Dye-Bluff', .to., __Wyvt-t' Block, Colutnltui 'Art-li'tA. "CHICAGO! Michigan Houihcrji Line, by Htc-'iin'.'H on Kclo ami the Michigan Southern and Northern Indiana El A 5 Oii'ryinff (lie Ga-.it- Western Mail, Wing tlm nnd (liiicLttit Line IM-IWV.'" UuUalt) runt the time i Transportation- CIIKAl'JCT AND MOST JIXI'CUITIOfg ItOUTK TO N'KW yoiar, IIOSTOX AND rn New York and Erie Rail Road, IK -a hours! tn OUt, fu., Snult, Tolt.icco, l-'jmuy Aril- I clcs, 1'crfumery, Kinjiiru Water htrett, Stuulujky j FUlffHKU .VOTlCK, S'JTEAIH 5'ACKK'B'S XOUTIinUN TNIHAN'A, Cflpt. Jt. V.'ifiriru-K, V.iv.-s mill Mr-iirot-; MoixliivD nnd Tli'jrwl.iyi; TiK-Hd.iyi nnd XiMayt-. SOl'TliKfi.V A. Ptrnuxs, anil Munnx- and J'ritb.vp; ,tn-l RuIKUouml Dunkirk VIA DUNKIRK, IN CONNECTION WITH Ulvt-r A Lake and S.uidui-ky nnd Newark Oiieuf Ilia Ilivt cliwsStwioHrrs LOUISIANA, C.ipl, IHvKS- I'Oiti-j MII.LIHI; SI'. LOUIS, Capt. Jloriaxs, leaves Sandu-sky every tn cuing, days uxurptutlj at 1 oVlook iind 15 luinutts, or on iliv arrival uf Trains from Cincliinnlt Newark, direct for vonnofLiiiK with tlm Trniti at 5 I1. M utid arrive In Now Vork iicxtdiiy at 11-10 A.M. Agencies. United States Insiiranee Company, O? V.'rpT N. It I ompany iiim many OVIT many others, 'C wishing Insnrnncc or lIS Company iim many that IIP rnlty evphlned to tho' an of to Dili All ivmmunic.ittom lur Company relatlnt: to the huHi noss in Ohio, Inn-it he to the Uenernl Agt-nt, paid. AlllosfcsinoinptU'iniid at tliii olllce. 'OJ'FJCEIIS: i CiiAKUwUutr, I A. M. SKILLS, Ti'ctttitrtr. L. IVwr: I lima. UiiiMjM, JOHN W. OOUFItEV, __ __ L tt'fDCit, roar CAPITAL ANI> at H X X X tf l i 1 lumjrtd or less..... 'twelve changed iix or less..... twelve changes.......... fourcltangea or o-> 00 "0 ......'M W ......S3 00 00 M) 4.r> 00 47 UO M OU US 00 and changed In both th? DAILY imu i> PKKI.V HtuisTEH, wilt aubjfeet to nil additiuiml charge of cue-half Um Daily rates. All ore clmrgml at (fit rale of fifty fur tlie Insertion for every unleia an agreement i3 imulc previous lo insertion at the ahdVtf Persons wishing to discoDUnue their yearly or advertising, must give noijce at the Couiitinp-Koow. The privilege of Annual Advertisers t-i limited In their own nnd all advertisements for tlia Iwnelit of other per- wiii. well as all and of sent in by Uiem, must btf paid for at the usual for meetings of literary, Military, Tire, and oilier Associations, or far the holding of Pairs, to be paid for fol- one insertion any such notice, not exceeding one sqtrireof twelve 25 cents, and nttlie rate of 5 cenld for Cards of thankd, at the tame rate. Communications. Oic efTec! of wtucli (i (o promote ssts, to be paid for at tbe rate fit 55 cents per for s mid Retail i" Dry and Show, Hardware, liui tmd Water fetreet, H.III-i Husky City, Ohio. Agent j for the Rochester __ __ 'f. k A. K. AVKfcJT, iVholesule JtttJiil ilftJiiers in Stjply jtnd I-'aney Dry Good-, Crockery (IjissAVj.re, Hardware, JSoots a till Slws, Ixmk- Ing-Giiitjcea and I'latts, C.it-pettnff, ifahog.uiy VeiiecrniK, Jc., Avenue. T. In Il.trdwjire, fJiy inp and I'.-iclclng. American Domestics, OU- On _i_lte_Avfnut'. 11. IMail Dealer la Foreign Silt Cloths, Mat ting i and U''tnll tn Anierieiui umi Toreign Ilrtrd- j ware, auil AjjrkuHunil l i orner of Mrcti am) Av> City. KL-.V, Prfsure In hull, machinery nnd Fut supi-rior ol nor Unc of Steiiiu-ia that few the One- ofthe ho-it? willlMve liufl'iln cfejil atLl or on ibc; Train.-' from the Otiiilvirlc, mill At which pliice-i Trains connect with Chte-iL'O. and Munivc morning, (evcepi cry evening 0> the THAT'S GOIXO Train (except Monday} at  UK iplendid Steamer J OflflN MOI.L.IS- ai immedmtdy on iii au-l nrrivp nt DmiHik j J, Capt. Trowell will run regularly between Ore- Cleveland and Sandusky Line. hup Steamer promptly. Depot. Van! on WaU-r Street near, Manbfield 11, 1C. AifvertUements not aceoinpKDled.wiUi written directions, will be inserted until forbid, and charged accordingly. V. n. I'AI-MEK, Uie American Xewapaper is for this Paper mid to take AuvEKTldKiiKSTS and ScitscaJPTioss at Utt eonie rates as reijuirt'd by us. lite office1 are a.t HOSTON, Swllay's RuHdlnjn, Coart Street; NEW VOBK, Tribune Uujldiug; PniuLDELntu, Third and Streets. Htonicy hnd at Sandurky, Obiu. Columbus Avenue, TUCKER A: 31ILKKU, Attorneys and Councilors at Ohio, Ol In West's lilock, C'oUimboa Avenue. W. Jons fi. MHXCS, JK. E. hANE. N'E, STOXE, I.ASE, irllrtrt nt Aaw. Jteqisttr W. F. IV. G. LAKE. Business Directory. GIBBS BUTLKR, Proiluce CommUsion firotcrs, Vater street, Sandusfcr, Ohio. Lift-, Fire, Jtn'l Maiine Inmrance. AH orders (or puichflce or .sale of Propcrif will meet prompt attention.______ GEORGE RAYMOND, Produce Comini--slon and Forwarding Merchant, office over Pitt Cooked. Cash advances tnaOe on Conaignmcnta to Bnflalo._______ .___________________ _ PETTIBONE, Forwarding and Commission Sferchants, Dealers In Slit, Fish, Plaster, ami Produw generally. Saiidusky City, Ohio. RrVER AND LAKE EKIE CO. A. CnEHEBROUGfl, Tnin'portation Agent. Office la Waj-chouae (up Sandiiaky City, Oliio._____________ J. A. PJSTO, Apfnt of Manjfiehi and Sandu-by City Rail-Road Company. E. B. SADLER, Attorney at Lnw and Solicitor in (late President Jadzt of lite ]3th Circuit.) Office nn Jactson street, Saii- duskv City Ohio., J. G. .t. J. A. CAMP, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law Solicitors In Chancery. Office in Phoaiix lilock.___________________________ A-'AV. JIENrDRT. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, City, Oliio. Office Jo Wests' Block, np stairs. ,ii Murninj; Train t fur Alb I he f.ir the ny New Vorfc tirst TRAIN Trill leave Chicago r.t A. if., dally (exr'-pt Suitd.iya) ituQ anivo at Toledo at 9 I'. M. m to north of nc, MilffnuLee, and BOATS ON MICHIGAN" n viz: Ktnioaho, conuection wjt'i i line. CLEVELAND A will fcaYf; Toledo er- ery Ktttniig on the 11 rival of (ho Train from ChicaKn, f.ir rrsching tlut nexi moming fo f Jena the Cara f-ir Pittsburgh, Coluinbua, arid Cinciunjiti. A Jloat nill le.ive every cvenhig dffer the arrival of the CIIM frr.ui Colnmbua, nnd Cincinnati, ami arrivint Icuom tniH' J..r Train for ANb A will leave Toledo at S o'clock, nml Mnn- ro-i 10 o'clixik, for urrnnife' at 1'. SI. Pad- sengers tlmu piocce-l to Newark the Mrm-.field road, or to Cincinnati by the Mid Jtiver nnd ilAmilton nnd Dayl-ii roads tlu F.IIUU uvcninir, after the (raius of ths and Cincinnati anrlrpudi- inp Tuledo the next mortiiup hi Lliau for the train for Chicago. CHICAGO AND ST. 'Mornjng ami Canal Packet Ikxits leave Chicapo.coiiBectingatLa fjcam- on theJlliuois MissLwippi ilivera for St. At Chic.nifo, ptF-fiicers arrive .imi depart the GSI'UJIIJI. and JIuiJrond, to anil from north-Vest froro Chi- cago, ERIC Cixifc PJCKCT A Packet Do.it leai es Toledo at S A. M. for Fort Wayne and oiher ports HAOKET, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, City, Ohio, corner of Avenue and Markeisi. W.'F, Attorney Ht I-ir, and Agent fi.r the purchase, -ale and ex- J chaojie of JLca) Estatf of all O03ce opposite i Post Sandusky City, Ohio. _ ICES run In c.innccticn with tlie M. S. N. T. R. Jl. from all iniportnot poJatscn Jine. P Porter, New Yoi k H, M. Kinnie, Buf- falo; E. n. Miner, TumUrk; fJ, 3. Hubbard, CMcagn; A. Cur- ry, Cleveland; J. Morton, T.detln; il, Goiv, ?t. Lou-' is. JOS. fl. MOORK. Sop't. Adritn, June aug2dtf D E T E 0 I T-. Wil. P. Comniisfion Merchant, and dealer In Produce, Scilt. Ac., ic., at the old stand lately occtipied by II- C Wliluina A Co., foot of Hancock street, Eandusky City. If. C. TVTLLIAMS, Comraiiilon Slercharitjyo. 1 Union WocV, Columbus Avenue. Vt'Hl attend to the buying and selling of Produce generally, and make remittances promptly. A. H. itOSS. ASKEK; Ofiice of Disconnt, Deposit, and collection, on Co- lumbus Avenue. UKJOK BAKK OF SANDUEKY CITY. President F. T. Cashier S.W. TORIEE F.T. IJ.imey; E. V. Oiborn S. IT. Torrey. K. IT. Halnes; E. H. Sadler f of Defrrvft, KctaoK P. HTCWAJIT, late 1 of Ciiicino.nti, .ind PAJICEL G. WATSON, of Detroit, have Into under Iho pud stjln of I HOWARD, KTKWAIIT i CO., and Iiave for a term of yeara tlie extensive Docks (he terminus of fins Pontinc, Oakland i Ottflira Jlnilmads they will trans'ict a gene- I nil FOHWAHDCXG AXU CUSOflFSION BUSIXI75. j Tlieir extensive Detrnit, their cnnnectinn ivith i eomc of the best and most line- UiroiigliDuITalo, I Or.rcgo, Osdeiulnirgh, Montreal, Toledo, Cincinnati, and La- fjjette, wiUT they thtuk, enable them to give full satisfaction to their and Tney will, at nil times, make renionahte Cash Advance? on Flour, Pork, Aslie', Pig Iron, Coal, and EnU. JmhOdtf EXCHANGE HOTEL, C. S. PAJlKSj-PROPIllETOR. Cvrner of Wayne and Water atreeLa, Saadusky City, Ohio. _______ By C. F. DRACK, S-indosky City, Ohio. T. CAKItUVG'i'OrV O5TTFGO, S. Y., TOVVXSEKJJ UOUSE. J. M. HAIUUSON.PEorBlLTOii. Corner of Decatur and Market streets, City, Ohio, Orocery uud A. LYTlrE CO., Dealers In find Ship-Stores, Water tt., SandoBky City, Ohio._______________________________ BYRD CO., fceilenin Provisions, Oroccriea, Fruit, Yepetables, Ac.. Water street, Santltufcy ilain street, 0. S. 1I1UOINS CO., Dealers In Fre-li OyaKrs. Fresh Fl-h, Wild Unme. llamhorrh Chet-e, Cnickrrs, Cipira, I'roviMon-, and r.U klmiiJ of Hwr iind Ale. M. if. YOUXG C0.7 alcrs In Provisions nnd corner of Market and Wayne A full himit. Cash paid fur anything In ihtJrJlne- S. rORTER CO., Wholesale Dealers in Groceries, Liquors, mid So. 2 Pha-ntx Block. J. AV. WETHKRELL CO., Wholesnlc Oioccra and CommUalon .Merchants, River and Like IfrlcUull-Roaii Depot, City, Ohio. _______ R. HATHAWAY, Dt-.tler in Orocerlea and 1'rovisiona, Family Supplies, Ship Stores, Fruit, Ac. Water street. Particulur attention paid to ftlllnf onlcra for vea-sela and S. S. HOSMER, Dvulcr In Groceries, and choice Jlifle nnd m.istiiiR Powder, Fuse, at the old stand on Wwtcr at. the l.xch.inpe Hotel, S.tnihidky City, Ohio. TITO'S. DRAKE, in Groceries and Provisions, ('olumhua Avenue. OREOOUV llAGVi Olty Saloon nnti Uc9taiirant, one door wvst of O S. TIIijgin3 .t Oo.'a. fitrect. A. lurcrs of Sailillei, Harness, nnil Tmnlcs; rJso. Mal- anil Window Shades or nil Union CHARLES ZOLLTXGEU, M miificlnrcr or Cabinet Pimiiturc or all Ho will sell iiHUnda or Cabinet Ware nnd Chairs as i-lie.ip as thectienp-   will mil n ilaily line ofSTAOKS Ijetiveen Sawliisky City nnd the cn-iting Lf :n i: Sanduakj ut A. 51., nnd Milun .-it 12 1'nre 50 cent- .I.Uira WUinilT, WAItKKN SMITH, NATII'L POUTnil, March 11. 1IDUK. _wa_cn_a---im---------------------------....._---------- lllUIIf A: CO., pon hnlld Cargoes and 1'reigUls, at ihe usual rates of oiier gowl The of this company N paid in cash simi and mortu-tges, nnd id aa ivell secunid any company in Iht Unilcd DIRECTORS. D. C. J-. JU. llouiuun, r. T. TiiimrT, K-q., W. A. JIJlARBCR, Kill-, K..T. OlllES, Asors SJIITJI. OrPICEJlS. F. T. HA KNRY. Pres't. JU J. GTBliS. Setfy. TORREV CO., TreiMirer. Office No. 4, opposite Custom House, Sanduaky, 0. June 'J lit, ISoJ, CttJ Insurance Company, OP BUFFALO. This Company has made iin tmnual dividend of over 85 per cent., to OK insured on the amount of earned premiums since Us organization. The above companies we know are sound, and entitled to the confidence ol the business community. promptly nt tMs office. Jeld n. J. GIBBS, Opposite Custom LIPE INSURANCE. Snndusky Agency of tlie Fittslnirs K-ifo firs, fa., 'at yntslmrg. fa. MUTUAL OR STOCK. Ijilc Sos. Com. nt New York. E. S. LANE, Jleilicnl E-oii'r. n. J. CHUBS, Agent Qflice Ouatoin HOUFO, Water St. del 2 A fuurtU ol July Yarn. H cuitoinary In many of the inl.imi; towiu ol" >'cw 'England, to "celebrate the Fourth of July.by a sbamjighl, iiitonded lo repre- sent 8oiiio'oiie of tlite rorolutionary battles, and of course portion of the town people representing the Roll the Fede- BeloWwo givo tlj'o rich omfof an ac- count, which we find -in im exchange, of one of those celebrations. A little town had resolved to perform "..tlie surrender of Deacon Mosos JOUCH, a wealthy, was chosen to enoct "Washington.' Squire Bijev Wood, an ar- istocratic village lawyer, to perform Cornwallis; but to let Iho 'writer tell his own story. The programme ofthe day's performance was aa follows: two companies ware .to meet "in front of the tavern, on tho common, exchange shots, skirmish a which. Cormvallis was to be most essentially'whipped, and then ingloriously sur- render. At S o'clock the two companies marched into the village, and arrayed' themselves into fighting posi- tion reminding the spectator of ihe'time when Brave drew up hU mcii In stj le most jjrctty, v On the plains of Abraham, Before the city." Tlie two commanders were greatly- excited, and Washington, I regret to aay, was ,way but a fit condition to act out the great part he was to per- form. He had been' drinking freely all th'e morning, and novr when the interesting'ceremony was about to commence, was BO or rather that it was irith diSiciiity he- could set in saddle. Ife however did not know but he was all right, nor did his men. C'ornwallu -was not intoxicated, but a lit- tle agitated, or rather elated. Everything being companies exchang- ed shots. Bang I whang 1 bang! went the guns, while the two commanders yelled like so many stuck pig's. "TlmtV. my brare give it to them, tiie audacious rod bellowed Washington. "On, Romans 1'' yelled tho who had seen a theatrical exhibition once, and who had remembered the heroic appeals of tho Thespian belligerent breathes there if mail so dead time won't fight like thunder. j "Go it, Coutinentiala! down with taxation on teal" I bellowed Washington in a very patriotic foiee, ond I narrowly escaped cutting his horse's ear o'ff with the nourish of his sword. The fighting now ceased, the companies were drawn up in.K-straight -line, and CoruwaJb'a dismounted and presented his sword to Washington. '_ "We'll, old said tho immortal; as he cuffed his horse's ears with his cockefl hat, "what'n thun- der do JfNSWJtAIVCE CO. A FritE 1NSDKANCE COMPANY THAT WONT PAtt. C.IIMT.II. S2.50O.COO! Office, London, Jlic., and Jer-cy City, U. H. Ye timid onei, no lonperl Let tlia ilouhtful take courage nnil get their property insured. The subject of Firu Jnsiii anrc settled! Property CAN be safely inqureU iipainst tlie dreud clement. Detenuined Hint our citizens Elinll have n t o.vn Fire In- surance Company in which they may fed Eecuro in risking tlielr piopcrty, I Ixive succeeded In obtaining the agency of the above uni'fjualcd Company, with n Mire and Men invested capital of enoniiou" ?um orTwoMilllonnnilFlve Hundred Thousand Dollars. A portion of UiU fund la inveatert In U. S. stock-" and other local securities, and nil premiums created in the United States ill be securely invested here In Illco manner for the safety of the injured, aurl not remitted to Tliup, for all practical purposes, this Is etseatlallv an American Company on a cash basis. tTiiltcd StatM Home Oflire, 8T Washington ft., Jersey City. 1 nill utltc ihkain the uhove Company on us t-e.-isonablo terms as any other icsj'ruisibleCJoinpany. J. W. GODFREY, Agent. Oflice In Wests' Stonu Block, Coluiufius Av. SundUiUy City, June A ND "ecurc to youraelf ivngea to Inbor hy or iiculdrnt, by jnininL' the UNITED 8TATKS J.nNnWT AFSOCIATJON, of West I'otadmn, N. Y. and S-indusky City, Ciiplliil brunch in Sandttiky two-fold Pir.it, to protect Ita Till- A-bO-'iiition has formed i The object of .________ itH.-inbei'-j ngitiiidt the tmfoipsecn calamity of sicknesa or acci- dent, by iwiyliijf tht'jn n weekly beueJH of not Ic-fs two dftlKus or inoro than ten dtillmaper week, all the timy they arc fiHctiona! of weeks excepted; secondly, to future the UVIM iiuIm.il-4 ami to a ccrUiin sum OD thosu that die, not mnoimt insured, or 11101 e than two-tldrds nf their aonuil value. IHSALTH DRPARWIENT. By r.f following annual rules you will he- roine u member unil will hy entitled to weekly benefits If disa- bled hy or Occident from attending to ymir oidlnnry Veai ly for nnner tlfty yr-ari of Hy 1-2 per yesir you will dniw per week. .....'............-t ..................C 10..... 9 ..30 leave nlghtl 1 in drain KRAMER, Hool: Binder, Emitire Itlwck, ovor Pool X- 1'erk's, Walcr "trect j Miiniir.ictiniM nlllin.ls of Ill.uil; noik :.t nolloo. and Produce ComiiifsM'on rlc.it- ri.mr, Watcr-Llini', I'fculcr, all Uliul. of 1'nrtirular attontion pnM to the purchase ftnd suleof prop- erty on Commi-rtlon. 50 r.f will lie churgcil 25 per cent extra. An tiilmhMon fae of will he dunged In addition to the .ind he- paid at Ihe time of niakJug wpplica- lion, uiul the (li jt yi'fir'n flr-po'-lt in 80 days. S CITV RFKMJJR5. Hon. KIciitlirrM Oiuikf. Hnn n. H gjcller, Hon S. nell, Kul Hill, llelii'r, Dlurcrtlai! JSIood, CliailfM Hart, A. M. SkCPls, Ben- jamin I.-IIIO, 0 I.. I'oolc, H'm. J. Itanium, D. 0. HFH.-I.IH iVu't, 0. L'. Knot, Ilnval Itnrnuiii. iiccrctaiy; A.M. M. otj-ici: -IKY rtTV niuNCH. .T W. OoniMiEY, Pi'c'y nnd TrenVt; Dr. 1'. Ex. Phys. llranrh OlliPf, Wests' Columbua Avenue. Sinduvky City, Ohio, April 1S, 1652. A: SjltJTJI, 1852. 'lOmiOn COMMISSION 111.- A1VO .V ROYAL BKIVEY, RnSlTfTrnW.Y Intmm hi? oW patrons and tli j lli.it In: Ing iviuovrd lih to No, 4 C KIES, Hook-Binders, Block, 0. .t Cn 'sBook- St.ire. All kinds nf P.indinp nnd dono to order and ou the shortest notice, nnd nt pi ices to suit the I'ltllM POl'll TO SIX HAYS 1'ltOM 3y Fast Steamers and Hail Roads. TARIFF PER 1DO POUXDS. I'llO.M MiW V01IK M LOniCWOOT) ,t SMITIT, SANDUfKV CITV, Pt'Wlttors of thf Cclil-ratc-d f'orltige keep for sale any qinntily of Guide and Ground Plotter, at tht'ir wot niijc.i of Pity, on Sinilusky IVty. I1. WIIITNEV, Real F.stnto P.roker nnd General Land AK and i-troeL-i, BaiiduuVj Ohio. __ corncrof Fulton A M., Homo, Coach, Ship and P.dntcr, flilclcr. Ola7ii-rand I'n- i S.indniky City. I'lVlwln... D.ITOII...... I.nki-Mi OilJi-tlMlltl... dO Veriind.iii jier HatiRCr. Jan Snndusky Cily. General Apcnt for Health, Fire and Mirinc Tasurnnce. Office in Stone Cilv. _ 'I1.S7'..... ii.sT.; llutllli I.IV K KoiHi'lia, I Vl I IIII-, I fro .1 i l.l.'l I 1.17 I.IS I.I-i 1.18 llClMfari', vn li.I! I, SI) N IV..IU IVlln.t.. l si I I. MI! I'avticubir iitlcntion gi( Cu'-li advuuce-j on conbignmenls to t-astoni J. M. 110A Pcii.sii'oa. A so us i ftl.lS u- R tt N STA rr ES is DnRalo, Canada, nnd We'lcrn Vni Is, icship- j.lng at Albany or Troy. CHI-ROCS issimbo bciticun public I C.ilinubM AAL-IIIIC, he Intends Kc'-ping constantly iiiind full of Clool-t, and lie dl -I'll chf ipcr Ihnn >--i IT brforo oilii ed in this city. i-'j c.dl and hin mid pi Pine (Inlil Watchi'H, from j'J3 to 41'2.r> each, to which tho nt- tfntion of Is Oyli'idi-r Watchei, from to Wop RD almost nnv 1'! I' xl tiuio. OlouLfl from to i-i, Jonflry, .int! Musical Instnirncnts, eriil. eaiJ Comwaliig, tbe British lion prostrates himself at the foot of the American cttgle." i" Eagle! EAQI.E yelled-the Gener'al, rolling off hia horse. the Briton blow on the head with the flat of hia sword; do .you call ma an eagle Take that! and yelled the infuriated Washington'; pre-hapa you'll cull me an earjh agninj jo'n meati aaeekui' cusa I" _ Cornwallis was down .bat onlr for a moment, for ho jumped up and shook himself, and then, with an entirely unlocked for recuperation on" the part of foe, and indirect defiance of'historical history, he pitched into Jtke a thou- sand of brick, and in. spite of ,tho, men of lioth na- tiima', succeeded in giving'the "immortal" a tre- mendous licking. So the day that "commenced so gloriously moat in-gloriously ended, For many years was a coldness between deacon atid aqlafe but aa timo'i'olledon, and their locks become frosted o're with white, they learned to call it'n'" joke." -Both are Hvingiiow, and whenever theymeet they smoke and talk about that like a couple of good, jolly old men as they are. JSf The Cleveland Foreft City tells tho-follow- Mre were witness, yestertiiiy, to a sorry in Ohio City, which 'led to some serious' reflection on the unkindly pranks of fortune. Several child- ren were carrying chips from "ihe them alitrle German girl, some eight or ten years ol age; Two Wothere, aa waa supposed or four veaiy her a large basket beyond its legitimate with chips, fcho jog- I slowly away. The buys followed with a nnull load of shavings each. We riuriuil some moments in with a workman in the yard, re- garding the liule girl. ITc told us that she labored this way iiiccMiintly every day; anil that she had several thrfcs been fctrickcn down with" ague, and lay about tho yard in the sun through, the entire day, unable to get home. When night- came on, she would lecovet- slightly, and take'up her basket of chips, and trudge away home, trembling for (car of being whipped by her parents. We overtook her on the way, as sbo was endeavoring, with her fuebla might, to ascoml a Eteep hill with' hot1 heavy burden. She was almost overcome by the weight of her load, and would have fallen, under it, had we not relieved her. Whan we raised the load, from her head, wo saw tlie tears coursing down her litlle cheeks from actual feebleness, and sho sobbed involuntarily and audibly.a1) she followed us slowly up the hill. We again placed her basket on her liend, and the poor little sull'erer moved in tlia direction of a dilapidated hovel, far down in the val- ley. Ami thus tho poor child is forced to toil, or be cruelly beaten by parents unworthy the How vague must be her 'contemplation of the fu- ture, eUe how strangly rife with tribulation aud sorrow. No happy thoughts of tho future arc in the poo child's breast, nor pleasing anticipations o( "a good time coming" are to soften her pres- ent liaid and unfriendly lot, and stimiilnto her youth to efforts in fortune's slippery way. Who does not deplore this poor child's lonely fato? XILK learn that through our friend Bayard Taylor was prevented from carrying out his original design, by ascending the Nile to its mysterious source, und though Dr. Knoblechcr, the German Missionary, has been detained at Khar- toum for an entire season instead of proceeding di- and placed it upon the little girl's head, im. balancing it, and "geliinga good fcl A. R. Conn .t Co., rtulT.ilo; A. U'. Pu.Mrii ,t Co., Xcw Yovlt. F.. W. Slo'iiH', C. II. Canfifld, 121 F.ionil it., N. Y.; A. It. Own t Co., PnlTiilo; A. W. 1'Ai.Mrn ft Co., N. W.SIiwni-, C. II. O.-inllcW, lil Ilro.iil -1., .V. V. S.M. Albany. Ucfcr tollulih-ird A Co.. dntlinVjr City, Ohio; A. Olirc-i-- hmugh M. n. A '-E. H. U.; A. AN. COOICK co., Pl.iin and Ornamcntftl Job Commercial TlOfiislcr Ofllw, romer of  f. Newark, an.I dally at 11 A.M. Vor Detroit, Totalo, Cluoajn, and daily nt fi P. M. For Cincinnati anil Somli diily nt S A. H. CIIAIU.KS P. TIIAYER.Afent. SnmTnsky, June IS, 1SS8._________________. dlf j and and FritHys, xmtilfurthcr notice. Maytli, 18S1. 1AHPRT WAKP "ml Oolttm Just received at PECK'S. ill IMvctlic Depot layj, at 10 A.M., for Oregon, C-irey, Van Mondays, K. F. OSBORSf, Snpt. mviSdif of Darleii Nic.irniru.i to reside at Pan- ama, San 1-Vanci-co, ftold or Oregon, in the old National Funil Life Co. or Ilaiifovtl Insurance Premiimi on cilhcr only two per cent. .T0HS W.OODFIIEY, Agent. OKlce over Wist'J nioek, Av. Siimlixky Ciiy .Ian. ____________ PtlJIirS! PWJWPSH-For Well nnd ncrlor nrticlc, for 9nle on Wnync street n frw iloors [maSldtf] J. H. BAILET. ____....._.._ r they come. .More ftf thoie aiiporiov cheap Inatni- at Ihe I'iano Forte of M ly-27 ORRHT CO. PICK Kit by the harrcl and hKlf-bttml, hy HBSDBRSOS t PETTIBOXE. At about the same date with this communication, n. Missionary, named Don AngeloJVico, jfna at a place which ho calls Bellcnia, on an eastern branch ol tho While Nile, bctwoen N. Latitude, What with these travelers, and with others who nre scattered over that continent it must be thor- .Mr. Rolle spenks of the practice of the Egyptian Turks, .who- kidinp.and enslave the natives of thesd remota Yegions, M hindering greatly tlio progress of both scientific investiga- tion nnd of   

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