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   Milwaukee Daily Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 5, 1852, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               WHOLE NUMBER 2408. Daily 2 KUfUS KING CO., AT Tttli J'lCK, Sue. 305 EAST "WATER _ BTEZET, OLdotA IS THE JiBCOKU, TUUtD. AX1> J'OIJETU STORIES LuSu-oToN-s ytiw r.niuK IJ City Ouurttrly 1" SE.STISEI- wjl UrfcB si Hie a UOU.AB "y will be sent for 10 ADVZRTISEE8. mljundcr.Uindtojr to I-T.. 3 612 iu re, Wfcfttl, 1 3 days, 1 1 50 1 38 1-25 1 00 0 75 0 50 roiis' Leaded s Ml PIT cent. ff .-taW "KB W5-. 2 daf.SM; ifjJSr jwr; until all arrearases are M'M. Ji. CKAMEU CO. OAKY KOUNDS. pofctpald. Board of Aldermen. E. I'outv. Wm- A. 1'rentUi, Hcn- A. KnmcU UwlMilinunn, J. 4J. m Went and llrown. ofnuiHrt. E. R. nfoltermaii. H. Church. JuUn'H.Teac-h. J. O- Siiiitu. J. ILaltmway. Elifaliu Jiidred. U.K. WUluuna _ __ the Peace. ................Albert Smith. Win. lluilaod. Aiiguit Belfert. Aicioy.Jr. wid Jolm M. uud A. W. Ou' ________jjbfcudJ.M.Crunni loUB O. OrJrtk-y and A. Ely. f CONSULS. i.yude 1. U. H- ditto. K, Strict. U. A. J- CI'i Ofiice in tlic :6, SUL1C1TOUS AND COUNMELLOItS, tiir Courts of tills Suite. JBUOMK K- fcUIOUAM. AN1> WiO ntaetioe iu the CourU of the U. f.-fl -K. J-UKOMt U. D1UOUAM. Nu. 171 t.u.1 AT LAW, W XUe corner ol' Eiisl W'mu The hicheRt price, in Cash, paid for Ilidee, Calf and "en Sklnfl, and Wool, at their Stoce, and at the CITY ANKEKY, on tho ttunomoiice River, Walker's Point. Aprlltt__________________________________________ MAHLER WENDT, IMPOKTERS DKALEE3 IN LIQUOES, WINES, SKGAICS ANI> TEAS, Wu. C3 EAST "WATER STREET, MILWAUKEE. They will also rt-L-cive orders to be Hlled by Messrs. nt un.iar tin- Cuntotn iiouse Sciil, direc-Jy to the purcba- and uccoiupanic-d by the CuBLom Housu Certilicftto 01 iportation. Old RcL-tiBed by the alnglo, or one hundred Jti Co, curuur tJiil strt-v At L'. 6. JtJiock, t OTTO wntL- ATTOfiNIKts, of the btatv. pninM.int-iA coll oi'i I'd. H IV IV A: COK, UUNtfELLORS AND SOLICITORS, ------'--ail the Courts Mi collect, and remit by first mail, all i-l monlciso as to not tho onncr ic.v.-: ...minimally, or soil or pur- or lioi.it, and Mortgages, on food vfc S1SATON, TTORM-V-) AM. AT over Store ___ _ _ a___ N. NOW IN KUI.L OF OL'EKATIO'N! Corner ofE-int Water null Srrceta. HENRY MILLER, ONFECTIONER, Kuti, Cigars McUes, Oysters, COXFECTIONERY BY THE BOX. ordUl Distiller, and Importer of Cbampaigno Wine, Le- mon, Sarsaparilla, and SjTUps- -Also Cakes, tee Creams and Sotln Witter. Importer of French, Gorman, and American Orders from the Country ptirricuUr.y to. AMERICAN HOtfSET BY P. KANE SONS. sin SEE Hlff 151 N SPRISK-STnTIUlKE DOORS FKOM WEST STREET. TI11S Hottl rccenUV boen cnlarcsil and filled up in nipcrior Eljle, Mid U vtry guuvcnlcntlj- lorntctl for biisi- men and traicll.ini, with ample for IM' or will be spared by T.-o- rictors lo intrric n continuance of tbc liberal palronafe the nicrican luia hcretolbre enjoyed. Bpr26 CITY LEATHER STORE Tannery. G. PFISTER CO., No. 215 EAST WATER STREET, Five North of Corner Store, Have on hand a superior article of 01.G, 11 of thcLr ovm niaiiufaciurn. Also a good assortment of Eastern ole LeiuUcr, Fi-onuii aurt 1'hlladelpblB Coll And a variety of Ac _______ MAT, DAP AND FUR MANUFACTIWEBS, MUFFS, BUnTALO ROBES, OVERSHOES, ttens, Gloves, Canes, UmbrelltiB, Silk Handkerchiefs and Cravati, Haia and made to order on short notice. ORDERS FROM THK COUSTRY PROMPTLY ATTETOED 10. paid aut ITS it Water street, _ mr27-ly Milwanhee. PIANO PORTE MAKER, 2T3 AVfc'ST ST., JAMES BL ACKIIC11ST, ijj Coi-LAHD LONDON; AND IQNACE PLEITLLS, PAPE'B J. UKRTZ, PARIS, VI inform the Ladies and Gen- tlcmcn of this Citv and vicinity, that be is prepared to Man" toccurc, Repair and Tuna V1ANO VOUTKS the job or year.) of Work and Important liepalrSj OT bo teen by inquiring nt his residence, or at HKMI-STED Jtst.Kv'a Mutic btorc, 192 KtistWutt-r ritrcet. N. B. Orders left dt either place will be faithfully and romptly attended to. _ H. J. G O F F3 K of QV ALL E3XD3, A5D DEALER Articlim? I'crtfiimcTy-, uutl iVuru) ALBO, Raisins. Figs, Prunes, Dales arid Nuts, of all kinds, Sur- (cHnct, I'ickles, Pickled Oyntors, Lobsters, Clams, lie., Sic-., at wholesale and retail. o. 19S East Witter street, 3 doors south of Wisconsin at-, EIVGMSH SCHOOL. ORTH CORNER OF MICHIGAN MAIN STREETS, ti-niico lit .Iff (hi. PBO.V. C. F. I.AKIGO, Pruicipal. Milwaukee, M. LARICO, IOI.LINO MttLs of description MASUPACTUKKD ar.d AIUUDTKD, and constantly on hand, by GEO. W, WICKS, No. 4, Liberty Place, -ty Botwoeu Maiden Lane and Liberty st. M. Y. J. W. WARD, Architect and Designer. QFF1C1.'. in East Water Strcwt, upposite tho City Ho tel, Ilurbert Heed's Fiimily Grocery Store. J, W. WAIID offers to tho eitizeiis of Mil- nukeo and vlu-iiiity, us nn Arcliitcct and Designer. He ilialio cut in wootl, at tho shorit'st notice, nigns, See. nf all sorts and sizes, as cheap aa iticy can HIP anywhere. 'TRANSPORTATION. BUFFALO CHICAGO LINE, 1852, VIA Thi- R.nowir.g First tons. UIN............1350 vviscoNSiN. ............i-Joo Commanded experienced and careful MASWTS, will leave ButTuk, -vkh punctuality, en thc-lr re spcctivo fulinws: IIENDIilC B. GoLDisarn, Maxtor. LHA.ts BUFFALO, LEAVEa Tuesdav.......April 13 Tuesday-.......April 1 TuoeduV.......April 27 Tuesday.......May j Tuesday.......May lu Tuesday.......May 24 Tuesday! 31 Tuesday.......Sepr. 7 Tuo-day Tuesday........Sept- -1 Tuesday.......Sepi. 2b Tuesday.......Oct. 5 Tuesday.......Occ. 12 Tuesday.......Oct. Is Tuesday.......Oct. 26 Tuesday.......Aov. i Tuesday.......Nov. 9 Tuesday.......NOT. 15 "ST. D. WILKINSON, LEAVES DCrTALO, LEAVES MILWALUEE. Monday.......April 19 Monday.......April 2u Monday.........Muv 3 Monday..........May ID Monday..........May 17 Monday..........May 24 Monday..........May. Hi Monday..........Jmia 7 Mrjndav..........Junu 14 Monday.........Juno -i Mondav..........Juno Monday..........July Monday......'.July 12 Monday..........July 19 Mondny.......July 20 Monday..........Auff. 2 Monday.......Aug. d 1C Monday.......Au5. 23 Monday..........Auff. 30 Monduv.......Sept. ti Mouday..........bept. w Mondav.......Sept. 20 Monday..........Sept. 27 Mondi'v.......Oct. -1 Mondny..........Oct. 11 Mo-iduy.......Oct. li Monday..........Occ. 25 Monday.......Nov. 1 Monday..........Nov. S W. AHTLEBY, Master. LliAVJUS BPFFAlO. LEAVES JtaWALKEE, Thursday......April 11 Thursday......April 21 Thursday......April M Thursday......May a Thursday......May 12 Thursday......May lu Thursday......May 26 Tlwrsdty......June 2 luirsday......J'jne 9 HI Thursday......June 23 Thursday......-Tune 30 Thursday......July 7 Thursday......July 16 Thursdny......July 22 Thursday......July 29 Thursday......Aug. 5 Thersday......Aug. la Thursday......Aug. 10 Thursday......Aug. 26 Thursday......Set-t. Thursday......Sept. V Thursday......Sept. 16 Thursday......Sept. 23 Thursday......Sept. 30 Thursday......Oct. 7 Thursday......Oct. 1-1 Thursday. .On. 21 Thursday......Oct. Thursday......Nov. 4 Thursday......Nov. 11 Thursday......Nov. 13 J. TITL-H, Master. LEAVES DLTFALO, LEATEa 16 Friday.........April 23 Friday............April 30 Friday............May 7 Friday............May 14 Friday............May 21 Friday............May 25 Friday............Juno 4 Friday............Juno H Friday............June 13 Friday............June 25 Friiiy............July 2 Friday............July 9 Friday............July 16 Fridav............July 23 Friday............July 30 Friday............Aug. ti Friday............Aug. 13 Friday............Aug. 20 Friday............Aug. 27 Fridav............Sept. 3 Friday............Sept. 10 Friday............Sept. 17 Fridav............Sept. 24 Fridav............Oct. 1 Friday........-----Oct. 8 Friday............Oct. 15 Friday.........., .Oct. 2-2 Friday............Oct. 20 Friday............Nov. 5 PRATT, Master. LKATE5 BUFFALU, LEAVES MILWACKEK, "Wednesday... .April 7 Wednesday......April 14 "Wednesday........April 21 Wednesday........Apri! 23 Wednesday........May 5 Wednesday........May li Wednesday........May 19 Wednesday........May 26 Wednesday........June 2 Weilnesdity........June 9 "Wednesday........June 15 Wednesday.......June 23 Wednesday.......June 30 Wednesday........July 7 Wednesday........July M Wednesday........July 21 Wednesciav........July 28 Wednesday........Aug. 4 11 13 25 Wednesday........Sept. 1 'ednesday........Sept. 8 Wednesday........Sept. 15 22 Wednesday........Sept. 29 fednesiay........Oct. G Wednesday........Oct. 13 redncsdav........Oct. 20 Wednesday........Oct. 2V Wednesday........Nov. 3 Wednesday........Nov. 10 Theabovu Boats are of the largest arranged with view to the express accommodation of Passengers of all asses, them ali the comforts of a borne; and olliing willbe wanting on the part of the Officers or" oats, to render the passage agreeable and eipedittoue. For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to the follow- g Agen.s. PATTEN.. ..Buff-Jo. J. M. GRIFFITH CO..... do H. K. JERO.UE............Milwaukee. March, 1S52. apr2u 1851. 1851. No. Jll iiAST WATiiK MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN Tll'K subacriber take a this methodt filiform tny liis old ciistoniurs, sntl Uie peopjt. of "NVis consin, Lh.it he liiis un liaiid thu beit aud compioto assortment of Saddles, Bridles, Hiimess, TKUNKS, Ever offered in tho State, ivliich vnli bo sold or retail, at the lowest cash prices. Give him a tall, tiud you will tiud oil ui the line Lstoin made aitd Ilaviiig coiuvlutu acswrtment of CAJITIIAGE TRIM MLNOS, 1m b> prepared to do Trhmnini; and Repairing, on short itotice and In tho beal ir.anncr. )0 DYER. WHOLESALE CLOTH HOUSE. W Cne Trade Fan mt-re Vcstings-------- Tweeds, Kentucky (jeowral assortment of Tailors For Cosh or approved Credit. ALL RIGHT." 1 S VJ "VVILLBUY yHEBE THEY ___ Ui TILE a met which bos clearly prort bv u rapid at UOV'l'S LIQUOR STORE, EAST STJtfiBT, t is ki-pt a full ll and complete assortment of FIX UAUS, which we sollicg about 2a ;jrr Cent Jrw Uian any concern in llit; City. It is gen rull) uuvlerstood tua; vrheu wo itiy 25 per cect Jess, UJfal! It. PAYING MEN n ill save monc7 by calliap on me befo: buviug, as 1 t-an show a better assortment of FINK L' CiOOKS than can be ttiuul west of the J. W. HOYT, 179 ilast Water jj-2y Milwau Land Warrants, Bought, Sold or .Located for others on Choice L P. 1 J. Att'vatL-w.IWwn'-Block, Agtnt, Barabo Sprimc-st, Milwaukee. 1 BBJLS.' CO.U-UON BLACK. iu Bb GLASS.GIUASS io "store of Frenc American, iur BUFFALO AND CHICAGO. The following Steamboftte and Propellers, will form a Line the coming Eeason, between Buffalo, Chi- go and intermediate ports- Leaving the Dock, foot of ovd street, Buffalo, each TCESDAY, THURSDAY, and ATUKDAY, a: 7 o'clock, P. M. STEADIER J.. W- BKETT. KUPFM.O, aiTFFALO, Saturday.......Apr- 10 Saturday........fuly 31 Thursday.......Aug. 19 '........llay 13 Tuesdrty.........Sept. 7 ______r........June 5 Saturday........Sept. 25 liursday.......June 24 Thursdav........Oct. 14 13 Tuesday........Nov. 2 STEAMER C. H. ilfFFAXO, LEAVES HFifFALO, 20 Tuesday........Aug.10 aturday........May 8 Saturday.......Aug. 23 'hursday.......Stay 27 Thursday.......Sept, 1C uostlav........June la Tuesday.........Oct. 5 fiturday........July 3 Saturday.........Oct, 23 'hursday.......July 22 Thursday...... .Nov. 11 PROPELLER JAS. COXALLV. LEAVES BUFFALO, BC7TALO, jesday........April 13 Tuesday........Aug. 3 Aturday.........May 1 Saturday........Aug. 21 -hursday........May 20 9 Tuesday. ........June 8 Tuesday.........Sept 28 Saturday.........June 26 Saturday.'.......Oct, 16 15 Thursday........Sov4 PROPELLER GEN. A.E. HART. tE-lTEa HCTFA1.0) LEAVZ3 BUFyAEO, 22 Thursday........Aug. 12 11 aturday.........May29 Saturday.........Sept 13 fhursdiiy........June 17 Thursday.........Oct V 6 Tuesday.........Oct 26 Saturday.........July 24 Saturday........NOT 13 S A GIN G. H. Gnwo.v. LKAVra BUCFALO, LEATES BCTTA1.O, JraUay.......April 15 Thursday .......Aug. S 'ueaday..........Mav 4 Tuesday........ Aug. ii4 Saturday........ilay 22 Saturday.........Sept. 11 'hursday.......June 10 Thursday.......Sept. 30 Tuesday........June 29 Tuesday........Out. 19 tturday........July 17 Saturday........Nov. G PROPELLER MAY CAPI. G. H. BRYANT, tEAVFd LE.IVE3 BUITALO, Saturday........April 2-1 Saturday........Aug. 1-i Thursday........May 13 2 .June 1 Tuesday.........bept. Saturday.......June 19 Saturday.........Oct. Thursday.........JulyS Thursday.......Oct. 23 Tut-aday .July 27 Tuesday........Nov.r PROPELLER C. MARSDKS. 17 Saturday.........Aug 7 Thursday........May G Thursday.......Aug 26 Tuesday.........May 25 Tuesday........Sept 1-i Saturday.........June 12 .Oct S Thursday........July L Thursday........Oct21 Tuesday, ........July 2U Tuesday....... .Nov 9 PROPELLER J. G. Hcnnc. LFAVES BUFFALO, LEAVES BLTt-U-Oj Tuesday.......April Tuesday........Aug 1 SuturdaV.........Mav 15 Saturday. Thursday.........June 3 Thursday.......Sept 23 Tuesday........June 22 Tuesday.........Get li Saturday, Juiy 10 Saturday...... .Oct 21 Thursday........July 29 Thursday...... .Nov 13 For freight or passage apply on board, or to HOLT. PALMER CO. KIMBERLY, PEASE CO. P. L. STERNBERG CO. GELSTON EVANS. Aprill. DOUSMAN i CO., J Agents, THOS. P. WILLIAMS, j Milwaukee 1852. Buffalo ami Chicago, 1S52. THE STAUNCH PROPELLER ILLINOIS, Capt. W. DICKSON, will leave Bufiklo Monday.........May 3 Monday........Aug 2! Friday..........May 21 Friuay...........Sepc ln Wednesday........June 9 Wednesday........Sept 2 Monday.........June 23 Monday.........Oct IS Friday..........July 15 Friday...........Nov Wednesday.......Aug 4 For freight or passage, apply on board, or to J. J. Nilt-s Wheeler, Ellis, Fetrie Co. A. R.. Cobb Co. Davis Sutton, Abell Co. G. B. i: Co. Monteath Co L. H. Pratt, Seymour Wella. BOUSJIAN A- CO., Agents, Milwaukee. AGKNT3. B. S. BIDWELL, WM. HURD, GEO. SIMHOHS, cnmer Main and Hurcn Streets. [mal 1852. 1852 New York and Cincinnati Line CHA3IBERIJN, LF.E CO., Kew Tort 7 LEE, ABELL CO........Bufiklo, Proprietors. jiO xBANsnijpjiEST AXAJ.JBAVJ: O TROT. Fnr Freight or Passage. to CHA1IBEELIN, LEE CO., No. 1, Coccties Slip, N. T. Mark packagt-s N. Y. i Cin. Line." DOCbHIAX i- CO., April 1._______________________Agenta, Milwaukee. 1852. 1852 TROY A: 1VESTERX I.IXE ON THE CAS'AL A7VDRTTEB, LeaTea Kew York and Daily, rtmning i connection with Steamers and Propellers OX THE LAKES. No Trail shipment at Albany or Troy. CAEGO OF EACH BOAT FOLLY DTSTTEHD. FKOPBIETO23, i Co- N. York, P. L. Sterbbcrff i M CUAS. A.. FOLGER 8c COTlOl Tier, Albany. P. STERXBEHG cor. of Front and itreet, Bufralo. wad ship dallf from. If Mark packages "T. TRANSPORTATION. MICHIGAN Southern Rail Hoad. rhrough to New York iu 50 flours 1 JJV Dl'XKTIf J JSi 1TAI.O. Two trains of leave Jjiily tor TY.- edo, cunnectiug with tLt ai.d.- ra Southern Michigan, Northern In- diana, and Eaipire rriHESE boats excel anv evc-r iutrodutvd .-.n thti X Vustcrn water; for and 01'- A line of Steamers'.vili leave Tolc-Jo on the of ;hu- ars from the Wes% lor Cic-.oJar.J, En-.'. Dun j and g witli Express Trains of Cars, .unning to Cincinnati, Pittol.uri'lijTJ.tltiiriCrf-, PhiU.lcljilii u Vashington, Boston, New YorlC a i iJ ci.iu.: ......jdir.j: the re Mihviiiikjc Evi-rj Mirninp, iV-r k, for Chicago. :.f-is can i the Union, includir.j: the _. ABoa: leave Miln-aukjc Evi-rj Mirninjr, iV-r at 3 o'clock, for Chicago T tlie Morning can rnkeYr _ resa TraJn Uie same day at 10 Tu-l-lJ-.. M-iahiny to Uy ever can tike the Mail Train Cbicapo, at 5 H o'clock A M. I-.a.-c y this Route wiu do-well ta Hie b-nore axe to any otlior Agent, procure tlu-ir :sa: the oili-re before ating or. bcanl- Tl-.oio lioiiti it sell any of nur Tickets- I ticket leap, if not cheaper th-in m; if von wjtl ve me a call. J. M. CHOI ME Y. ____ General IS'" Office sne tlcck cast ot'U. S. Uctcl, .'oVhor nfTiu m and Main ati.j oppciiiie the TRANSPORTATION. ECKFOED l.O ''Ji U'AIUJ LiNJi Of HcuJi'ick Hudaon, Sultana. t ,l.v L TliL--iboit" liin> cf s-.oaiu- i i-t.i-.- .-hi- uudiil] cc-d-i ..-I L- ti.-- I-'-: o-d a-. c-im- ML'I.II ALi.KX. -.t. n- .tiinS T. V.ll.i.i %i' 'v 'I'A r.iiY. -..1 h.viton. J. V i.-v- _M.rk r- "CiiLino .'rllCniRAN' THROUGH Boat; to liiinalo in rnnnoctiivr, with this line, tciu'h it ClevoLji-i tlii-L-i ..lay.; in each week, as fottrv.ri: steamer Soudinni Michigan...........Ti-.i-.-ii-i1. Northprn Ir.iliiuia........... .Thur-l-iy. Empire asiensers leaving- Chieacro by the Evrr.inj? ...in will reachC'.evelar.d the loLcwiu? u: P. M ir. ne for the afternoon train for Pittauurtrh, Culurabu- Hii.l A Boiit'lVaTPS Toledo every evening for Cleveland on the rival ol the Morninjr Train irrim Ciiic.uro, CU1' fi- nd :iext in.i.-iiinj.' in timu for the Morniivjr trstin t J urgh, Columbus aud Cincinnati. J.M. CHUMMEV, Sept 1 dtf Vllchigan Central Rail road, SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. 'he Cheapest and most JBujfalo, H'eto York, Bostvn and 'wo Trains a Day from Chicago, ffay NOETH SHOSE LIKE, STEAMERS owrr, Oci'an and Atlantic, aching BuiTdlo in thirty-nijie hr.ura, !.i tune for the 5 cloL-k mornins: Express Is'tw and lioston larouyh to Ne'w Yurk in 57 and Boitf-n ist'jy-nini? hours, it Dc-trcit the 'O ;rGnu atate and foi- iJurikirli, and ea.neri Foresr Cicy and CleveUnJ, for CU-veUuJ an.i iho earner Arrow fr.r Sandnsky. to Tolo Jo, Saiiduakv, Dun- rk or Buffalo, apply n: the -MJehlgan Contnil Railroad Irto Ofiioe, ouLiusue tho UmteJ Statca Huron llwaukM-. Boata also leave for iheLoygfiii, ManitOTi'DC an4 Tr.-o ivL'Ti, evervaftci-noor. nt o'clock. II, COTTON, A The to for freight y tbe above line to or from New York, cr to any pcir.i on ITuron und Erie. J. r. fJUODUICII, Fre-irht Agent, May M. __ Otfioe Miildla IIuroii-_at-_ CE1-4721AL Jl- li. AMI ON KELLOGG, STRONG 3c CO, beenoonstiiut- ej for the above- lines, are prepared to lur- ird Goods, "Wares, from or co any East. We are also prepared to Freight to all ports be- reen Cbieago and Shetoygan, and at the vea: rates. Please give call before contracting elicwhcre. sept2 1852.- JUJOEE ARRANGEMENTS. EAJPESTC and raost eipeditioua to tv TOItlv, I'ni BUOVr A UKKI3, Fi-oducc-, 1 rL'HCHAslNG and V-'MEAT ..n.I Ihii -i to In.- Wi..-.c t'... Marmora, WM liitOtVN, of .Ubauy. Ofl.VkI.KS U. LAKK1N. The York ni..I nailr-'a.! Coir.parjy in> prc-pai-ed to .v.t iiid Y-.rl-: with r.ri..T; i.n.l it r.j tbL'ii- to by ihii i-ino, -id ii i'.i. aupviun- to aiiy M. P.- .-P.-.l; j Pcurlbna-ir, N. Y. i.' l- n. R aprlo STJJOXO Storage, forward in; aiul t'yiniuissiuu M'ERCHAATS, AT THE riEK: FuOT OK THE Pi-'L- 1..-.-U 1 and niidi? r.v .-on- i'or t-.i -.vkh a hou-o. i.i-iiii" In rl.eusu i-rj- VolidTi ar.d Wo [he- a-.i-n'oy of TniiiniiOiTtiiioii Coniimny, .-rL> tbi- nio-t r.--r..-o-. r.'ir. d. -.vhu-li s-tM.ir.L-r-; a.; J Fruv.i-JJcr' ca tbc VEW YORK ER3E RAILROAD. 13 WITH ifiichigan Southern Ceuiral RAILROADS. ?crE D.ULV FROM DcsiiiKi: TO MFW st Morning Express Troin3 at 6 A. 51., Sundae d Mail Train, at.........10 A. M., Sundays excepwd d Accommodation 1 SOP. M., Sur-.ri.ii3 excepceJ. th Evening Express Train, at 5 o'clou-k, P. "DAILY. P.H-seneors by the MICHIGAN SOUTHERN' RAIL- ROAD LJXE, will tolie at TOLEDO or MONROE. f tlic splendid United MALL STEAMERS NORTHERN INDIANA, CAPT R. SOUTHERN .MICHIGAN, A. D. Pewasa. EMPIRE STATE, CAPT. n. FOR DUNKIRK DIRECT WITnOuT LANDING, Connecting iiich the Morning TraiLi for New "ork. Passongera tatin? Lino art sure to the- con- neciions, and renoli NEW YOHIt, JiOSTOX, A: Mlijt.ADEI.FfUA, In advaniV any other routd. Passenfe'ers by the MICHIGAN CENTRAL ftAIL- ROAD LINE, will take at DETROIT one of thu 3i..ciniid J. S- Mail steamers LADY ELGES, CAPT. IvIAGARA, SQCiEft. KEYSTONE STATE, CAPT. SIOSK. Dunkirk Direct wUliout tnecan? with the Evening Train for rffi'SV YOHK, BOSTON and PIULADELPHLA. Hssencers takintf this route are pei-inittod to lay ovc-r at Cliicago, Detroit, Toledo, Monroe, or it any sLa'.iou on he N. Y. E. Raiirop.d. THROUGH TICKETS can bo obtained nt ihe Onicc of _e Michigan Socthern Railroad, or Michigan CtfQtrfll Railroad, at Shuboygan, MUwauket, Chicago. No charge- for on tliii Line. CHAS. .1HNOT, Supt. N. V. K. R. Ii. H. B. SPAUJjDING, Agent, No. 1 Corthnd St.. N. Y. ILWAVTBEB, June 12, 1S52. M E H 0 H A N T il.ATi: VILTJAMS i .VI1 THE OLD STAXD- i. v, rfll. f, lV ;r. 1852. NEW AND DIRECT ROUTE FROM NIAGARA FALLS ROCBESTER. ALBANY, NEW YOEK AND BOSTON! Rochester, Lockpoit and Ni- agara Falls Or. ind after Monday, Aurust 2J, leave Niamira Falls, from on SoccnJ Street, follows FlraL Traitij (Expvess at A. Stopping at Statious on the Line, and Roche in time for the Merning Elxpreis to Aibar.y. Second Train, (Accommodation.! nt 3.10 P. Mi Third Trnin3 nt 4.5O i'. .ii, stopping only ac Lockport, Medina. Albion indHrockport. and connecting vrii.h :hL> to AlLa-y- XO TRAIN OX SUNDAT. Tha Trains will leave the Suspension nv; mi- lUtes sifter the tirno of the Falla. Fare from Niagara to Hochestc-r, SI 50 to cuse, S3 5a Utica, St 61; Albany, (JOrTrov, C GO: Ne-.r York, fvia Peopics' Line cf 57 '10; Ne-.r York, (via Hudson Hirer Hailroad.) 10. This Head runs in direct eonr.eecicn and ir.tc the same Depot the Rocheater and Albanv LL-.o, at Ucche-ster. pasiinp by the rid" of the Erie Canal, tcrourh the raoit beautiful nsd highly cultivated porrion cf Western Nov.- Yorfc through tfic of Lockf-ort, Mediri, Aliiinn and IE ofters not culy Eho dircci, bat a'-o the roost Route ye: cprued for the Travel to nrorc Niagara. Kails. The Road is 76 miles long from NUcsra. Falia to R-xhei- ter, of which over 65 mUea U itraigL: It is ;o the most thorough manner, and equipped wills eiitirt'iy New and Locomotives. THE ATTENTION OF TRAVELLERS FROM THE NEW TORE OR BOSTON, U particularly called to the fact, tki: bv Itai-ir.? BuiTsilo tht 9 A. M. Train for :he Killi, they t-an iLv hocri ar tlie Falls, and leave byEspwsa Tram for Alcauy the evening-. BOCHEJTEB, Aug. 2, IS52. in >noan xpress Company. X T... 11 ri.oM "fork, Diuiiiii'k, Cliicago- au.i iiiteiinedijiEo J'.ir Sf-.v -m.! i .li.'i." tojvan o-.L-ry ii.... F.j-ch -.JQE ;r. I.TMKOiTf'jN. F A F.CiO I'D ritifv.'it vv c. urniiin'.i., A.V.II" 1852, 18 52, H. H. ALBElOIif T. CHOSEN and jl. .'.I.SO DEALBRd PICKEREL, T AND WHITU-FISH. Lumber, Shingles, Shimjls 2ml Peats ftSSt Fox ami Luke, coNNEcrroN D'AY co. iv uj-.n-.n .i 1-Xnd du Lao, h, TRANSPORTATION. Trnisspoiftatioii Co., YOBK TON.NVANDA USE. :u. s M. ,t co., j Cargo I'ully Caual. itvvi-, ni i rur.i.ir.v L.J ii'uti'ror.i Buiiii'.o. auail.lLVdV W.TI1OUT TRANSHIP- MENT 0-.- Jjtov ai Aibiinv or Trov. Lint- running I'rL.-.r. Ailiiiv I'or Llio f.l' Albanvjn'd Bnlhi'o -.Mih IXiii; of ail.l ou AoFXT.i. II. i! Cjlrt i Co-. 105 J- K. Broij'-jt N V I Nik--? Si JOT, du I B.W Si Co. Biv.ivii i. tinr. n i. Co.. IiXSUHANCE OFFICES. MILWAUKEE INSURANCE" A 0 13 N Y April 5. COPARTNERSHIP. in-: liavo f WHEKLKJi CO., lor FIltE AX1> KEW VOJlK'LIFIi INSURANCE COliPANY Yorli Oily. CAPITAL MSO.OOO. FR.OKJ.IS, 1'ros't. 1'l.isv Ailonr; r.BuCEHS' FIBK INSURANCE A NY OF N. y. CAP1TA1, S200.000. MDOKX, 1'lcYE. J. Mlli'ON V'C y MF.KC VNTILF. KIKE TNSL'RANCK COJIPANY OI'NL.VI Yuri; cAprrAi, saoo.ooo. J.I.MI.J WEUlir, 1TL.31. Jons MAC.AEA HRE INSUIMNCE COMPANY OF -N. Y HAVIT.1T. syOO.OOO. V.-. H I.. Soti'y i-'iiti-: i.sauiiANOE COMPANY .i! CAi'lTAL, U.. j-i.--. DoitH, seo y Produce Storagejor warding i Commission. At tlia nc-w Firo-Prooi VTircliijUii' fjriHerly L; B.EKU, Vt'i-f Oish advances m.idL1 un on lund, WaWr Lime, ?aru, CoTl, iSor-i; Pork And liim-. RUSSFL SACIE, I Trr_ v'r 11117 AM SLOCUM, 3 Tro-''.I -I i CHAS.H WHEELi'H. rAN MlTr.M. I.NsL-liASCE N V. CAPITAL. 11 .'t. 11 O.I KV, iji-L-'y I1 A V'HV.Ki.i-jit. :.'i- 4 )'ii.'-.-I n-uiMiuir, 0 K K. 1852. 1652. Union Ti-anspui-tatioii t'umjiaay. U. H. Wol.-ott ii. Co 1-T Kro.id N. Y. B. A. Hoc.: i 113 ri'-r, Ailui'iy. I! li 1-7 Y T. G. H. TUTTLE, y Mark "Uniun T. Co." IA T.iv.- loci of U.-Ojii-it dLii.y. T110S. Ciiaiubcrliii. lif-ts Comininy's FREIGHT EXPRESS. CHAMnERUN, LKE i CO., Ycrl, LEK, ABELL i Cu ButiMu, IVoprivLM-s. liar's C 4 C'o'i SHIP UV 1'KOl'l.E'S 01- At I .I-'LMJ t.-.. li. iM...i.d in the ciit.'i York lir.-.ii'.-.iyii ;.n.l tho it.jii-lis of tlw Statu 3 Cit> ui .11 tl.t.' riu'U'il 'ATKMEST OF Al-'l-'AlllS 1-OR THK YT'.AH END- Ks'G JA3JUAUV31, NiMt 31, -1C 1'J paid In Ou Or In.1 r diabursoiu'ti Jo 00 -----------------10T.U31 d'J Foot of Co-JTtlar.d York, For Frolslit, apply tr, FRANK I.EE, Mo. l.C.x-n- tic-i Slip, N.Y. .V April 1 )HDDLJi OF ilUROJl STBEfiT. FORWARDING COMMISSION, FHWE aubacriber, ad ot' WARD'S Su-amori I runniu- In with the RAILROADS cf axd Eastern Roads troni Now and Bo-ton, ivi1! ro tiiit in recoil ot'.iil propony by uM c-ndeavor, by prompt airf-iiti'm to it iiiv.iiitacooui i'v.- ov.iK-i-jiu thi-ir jn-ujiLriv tohia patror.a-re of irieuca and tho pub'.ie N.li. Noajrtrii: lor any in 1852- WSLLS H.ILL, Pr ijiiuct Commission SJc WELLS, Jr............HORATIO HILL Whwt, jro.i, Kar'.cy, L.vr-i, Corn, i-'.r.r.r, I..-.-..1, rilr, L'.rii, LU horo. or uy oui' a; York ar.d Button 1852. 1852. TOPl'IA'O. TO SHCIIJUN Jt Furwardint; ajnl KOR-TH .MILWAUKEE..'. .WISCONSIN 11 Lino ol' Pr -Jx'll.'ri oil the Lakes'" and some 01' tho tx-i: Lino a on Kriu Ciiul and Hndicu riv.'r. i ICHIGAN Sl RN SAILEOAD LUSTE. 1 C 0 inthi-: Lino :lic- MAMMOTH PlKSl mni OVSK ior CHICAGO, at A.M., 4 P.M., tln> Cn- i'ir Mr.nr.-.o Tok-.lo. NORTH KEN 1ND1 ;NA, SOUTHERN MICUIfiAS. .-tn.l I'MPIJiK sTATi; t'.if Biir.Mrl.iuid aij.l N.'-iv Kri- Central N. Y. Hailr.-.ndi for Xew I cuiitwct Ci.-u.i. or Pniiluco to or irivm t rat.---. L.J. filGliY. A A- ;inii Furcisji AGE N C Y." -YUKK u VLKPOOL W-3: i. GJ W. i: Co., 1852, 1852. NottAsseUJmi.31, lisS'J, M All thi> divided Inaure-l, und on Polii-it's tVii-tho Lil1..', will bo nuiili' In part poyinosu 01' IVeiniuiiii, ailtTilio dniilend of IsJIi. Tho Piv-inium is pul.l in Cash annually, or may, il' Oil. bf paid or ijiiiirievlv, by iniymst to thi.' paymonts. The i'ASH prini'ip.tf nJuplod bvthia Cuill! tO tllP JU uon in-uram o WHOLE of tin- U-ini IVrb.jimix'iy vtioot upon thoir Hvn, or upon thelivos ot'oniors. Jlnrrioil can in-iiiro tho liix-sol IniKiuinJs. lor OWN BHSKFU' sui.l for thi-prowc- tiun of tlu-ir ehildi't'n. PiiRipli.ota ospliiiifttorvot'tliPpriiK-ipA'Sof LilL-Insunmtc, of its may bp liuJ, u-itli form ol application, and tilths oili-u of tho Com- puny, No. Jj Wall -itroiT, or from auv JOSEPH B. COLLINS, ISA AC ABBOTT, SoiA. tVb.27. H SIR to submit .i.M, N.Y., August to submit tii yor.r notko !ho lollowiiij 01' the condition of tbia CV.ir.panv, niady tho l quarterly mooring of itd Dirortora. Thus far tin- ninnn raentliuj prov-jd it.-elf auccusMul. Co puny ia now upon third yoai-, and thf b prospects for an increiL-spd patroiiuire. iimicipiua from yi.nr aireucy ooiiriiitn'd confidLMK-e Company, and nildifional cxei'tinu to niakn liusin uiori? t'xicudi'd, niiviiys in vu-.v a ironsUti'nt dugr of caution und prndoncc. XVhnlc number c.f Policies Usn.-.l Wholo amounc luaurod and in ibive Whule amount of Whole utlinuut and iu favor of WiioiLi amount C.tsb on hind and ilut? Iron: Bill; Kectfivaote.................. 4.IWI.OD Tno art.-iuM'iniifoa to rei'iir to the inllowinr who v.ith local 'itaudiiv.' HIM roirutAtion IIou. A. C.P.iW., Co. l Wnwirr, Albaiiy. Ksq, OiishiiT Fanners' stordam. Bovu I'AVL, E. H. V Alia.-' Co., N. Y. AliLLhit 4 Co., Now York. Thi> nr.w in -ucot'sifi.l operation r.vtT two and tbo nidi conti-h'm-i.' to Jl-iltf.J at th.'ir I'l.r tho'm.iiiurr in Aijiiii'd th in tills ivipi'ci, th.'y wi'l atnVcr by coni- with ino.il litvorod ot'our tnont-tarv iu-ititiilions. All luio will rominuo to bt" liDiTalK n.1- j.j.itod mill ai-trii'.i; :m.l uf wtiiini tin1 C'-iinj iny hm h.iil suHi Tr-v.. K. H llnili-Tcr, 'JM j .-ijr... s'ii-iio, K. rn. U. 11.4 I J. Mi.un, Now A llon.-h, ('In. Whito .v liuiinhiill. Todd A. L'..., n-mu-1 M-rtt A much Youra Ti-i.lv, WAKN1CK, Fjv-ii.l.'iit. In PhiiinLx No. 10 W J. CAMP A; CO., to the late lirni of Stookloy, son i Co.) Forwarding and CoiumisMlon MERCHANTS, AN13 DEALERS IN Bolivar and Rochester Coal, Et-itir u L. J.Hi-fbr, Thonwa P. und Moll- Strong i Co, Mibvuufcei'. uiidt-rii.3m-d would the attc-ntion itiaaid cnnjuimTj of Co.-din lo Card, Tho Uolivar OoaJ id un.iuo.stioimHv superior to ajiy mined in Olilo, lirai.-, in'.-. Maohinorj, or Donic-itio purpo-i.'-i; :'or Sioamnur- pr-'-'i i, ia iuporior to any excupt 13riar ]t is peouliar- Iv wt-J adapted to hliippin-j, ta irs extroiui' liardnois ron- diTa it tajiatk- bearing any amoiiiit of hnndlin--, wiih- oui It can bv uiVurdfd cor.sldur.tljh Hill, and for most pui-yo-ica. is 1: ni-h uj tho article, and wo mlly ordu-ry, com'.dL-Hi thai a trial u only tu anv the truth of the- abovo n-j-orcion __ DICKINSON, CAMP CO. CO., ftJllVAHJJJJTO AND CU.II.lIINMIl'-N MERCHANTS, MILWAUKEE, NS.W. Wealcrn 3, Int. iK-ov, Salt, Flr.ur, j Applei. io 1852, 1852, D. NEWHALL, r.OTli'CF. ar.d COMJI13SION MISRCIIANT, at tho HHOVi'N XTAltjKHOI.'SKjnr. Walkar's foint. above tiie WHEAT, BARLKY, CORMand FLOUR And cr atcnid ar.d Cash advanor-.i. 24 1852. EBIJE C.4JVAL TROY iiND ERIE LINE, ApplT to IDE, COIT i CO, Tror. J. J. M1WCOMB, 133 Soie-sr- B.-.atr.n. E11IBERLY. PEASE i CO, Eu-Jilo. ASA C. TEFFX. 23 Commies Slip, Y. J. H. HOORE, Ship bj Tror and Erie Line Tow Bo'.'V Tvhicii Slip, wAt side Middie Pier, ai S P. it. THOs. JP. 1VJljLI.IA.tIS, AprD 2- Apent, Milwaukee. __ :..v.v Y.'.r.i i...i ...u .'.r.y. tho V.Va-ra iM-0 N.-.i- T. C'Li-.tic-i Slip. TOX JLIXE. ALL PEOPER7T on rlia ES.IE CAJTiL Sic -.P. I-j.-xr..v-ri f- No. 6 and 7 Ohio of iLain __ AGXNl'a ACGL'STL'S COLSON, H. CHASE. i CHA5- A. FOLGER i; CO., N. Y. II tJU fl po SPOT ASSA E und __ acd half .BOSWOETH Ji SOMS, Ship ty Airanj and Carai ,'Sun- LOOK OUT! TlON ilE OLD STAR HOHSB bllOElSG SiIOP4 Sh-x-7 pair; ar.d all other wor'.i to sui: tho turret to rail Atlho OLD STAR HORSE-SHOEING aliOf, Huron. rf J. C. DO WE, WHOLESALE AAI> RETAIL DRUG HOUSE, 1U5 EAST WATEH STREET, (MARTENS BLOCK, MLWAIIKTiE.) "I'lT-SX rt-cs-ivini. a fu'l and aiaortment ot" Dm; tj ar.d MtdLcines, Pjinu. Oili Dye dturta, iica: iiaality. Patent iittdicinos, and Shaker of Hiir Perfumerr, lie. PaiJit, hiiowash, and ArtLits1 Brui2-.cs, ar.d a thoasand and ctter net msntiocfd. affcuE tor asd di4patcii at ali h OF 1IAHTFOR15, OONNEC.T1CUT. to insure I.MS or by on bcildiuarj, ij.ilU Kurnifjiv, (Joc.dd, or V'eastilJ in Port, or FroiiuiM lu Storu, Ao. and Produce inLiiiJ ini.] (i. H.nvo, A. i A. WnrliJrton, Ltfi-.i1; Haniphivy, DANIFl, W. CLARK, 1'rosiilont. ILLIAM S.ier.'liirv. ELLIS Jan. -J. 179 J-IsM. Wntur strict. UNION INSURANCE COMPANY, FORT PLAIN, YORK. STOCK................ Cc-iiL-ial rpHJS Company un nl! iHaimihlit J. loiS or dnijuix'i- by ami Im-i P. U. WAGNEJl, corner of M'nlor uiid Wiiconsiii-sH., Luiiing o? OSWEGO, N. y. THIS ln.'lltutir.n, fhavli'n'ill'.y the ly-HiiUturr of York in ISM, p-t.-ibiislwd auJ will ijiauro njjon veiueJs, nut! proportj jjeiierally, against Kiiv anil .Miirinn nt nnnlo- jjroimuina. This Companv done a ;a N..-W York nn-1 alon? the JjUtcw, nml hiw Ji tiy Capital mid .lurphis invvtteil lor in any All loswi will be priimptlj iiinf !r.- the Cf.ir.pany, they hnviut li.-t.l :i Lnvjiih to pel the nljujtment nt" any cljirn. WM. J. WHALING, Afrant, m2D 1'hncnli Ditiin FIRK LVSUUANCB COMPANY. Office Mrrnt. Capital over Cash and Prouilum 2 ihb iuvii u-t. Min mo  property iiiHiircil, n iniJL-i en tin; J-tllnr. Itj ii piiiu- r.'illv .1 to thij HLiti-. rT Ji -1JIJ.I-, S..-oy. H. S. UAGGETT, PrcVc   attacliod to unli'leu tlii-v lmVL> imblli'iilioii 1.1, ailoiibt, HID 'r pn-h.-iiii'd to tint Amu- 1 IM IIII- UN. ill I.I., ik'an unit m-iit I'li-o ol'all tustin Hi-' Jrink or thi! rtlr I'. C. H A r.K, North WML -3 m-'ijllHitk dtr ViaJI-'J'T Tioin N..IV n iVoul: of tbo MflH- ill.' Si.iinlui.i tin; .lily -liicl Tilt' i'iil. 'I'llu lli'aitli Hitttfrit. Th.. Uit'rlin. Ontholliroii. Tin- (I. .ll't Ulnlnli'iiL Tin! i'ii.f Olllliuoill Tin.. r.-ll..il m lilijlil) In Cut nl'lli.1 n i.njT uliii'li tlh'y M..II! eora- i.iiilii.'d. 1'A.MI'HI.ETS.i.ontuliiliii; f.ill imrtli'lllnrj of Ihi-abOVH, II.U.K i'] 't Ib.i Wurt. JJ-" -Sr 1 Avenue, opjiosilc S. .UII.WAIJKliE, 13T UYSTEBS and UA.MK, tlio Ijrat of LIQUOH3 constjintly on hnnd. M. Hlirtil Lllnnll from to lap. .M. I'dnull II. General Land Agency. G.I. J.'OWIMiK, M, atron, hit now HOUHI.-H to H..jjt Iji oiujli Iirh-p. Irom tn 812 PIT imiiuli. Ilrluk Slum and tliroo III .No. 22] E. Wnlar-nt. iini'iililrniiHl, iiidlllim.nl CimnliKIn Cil.v PropiTty. Ai- dorul null l.i.'i niul vnraint Lull for la vi-sb-ftUIn Jiw.rtlloiiM iit'lhr Crlly in Wnnl. SHIP CHANDLERY SATlTLOFT, On Krlo Htivot, lufxl. ol' tllu tio-nc. 'itfU finntlnupa thn hnnlnniaof l.'hnmll.iry, nt hi? stolid on __ nr'Af Mm IJlnn Warchouiui, whurn mAy L.. 1 HH. of Monllln Iloiw, nil liu1. 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