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   Milwaukee Daily Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 17, 1856, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               JU. VOLUME XL-NEW SERIES. MILWAUKEE.' SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 37, 1856. WHOLE NUMBER 4440. MILWAUKEE DAILY SENTINEL.] BUSINESS CARDS. ivtar KUFOS KING CO., 205 A- AT Tilt aor KAST WATER STREET, CORNER WISCOSSIX THIRD ANI> FOURTH STORIES OY NEW BKICK 1U.OCK. TUK DAILY will be left at trie dooro! City al SKTKC DOLLAIU rua TIAK, payable tOrly. IXYAXUBLT IX ADTAXCX. THK TIU-WKKKI.Y SKX L. J. MEKEICK CO., l DOU.AXI A I. Fir- THE WLKKI.Y ,LY WBISK rr T TA1-.K TO DOOOXTBOkC. ItATK-S OF ADVKIITIS1S1J. 1 SIlUK] 1 1 1 a i i t K (per year) (XI -J uioulhi, C weeks, I ciuath, 1- 1U 00 s w C w) o CO 4 00 we.-Vl, 00 5 lluics, 4 5 '2 ilays, 1 1 7i 1 H) 1 25 1 TO tl welve lines, or leu. to make a tquare. Aavertllerj per annum, the not to li- sted three at one time, with changes. One square, quarterly, K Each additional b-luare 11U. OTKIAL Sancta, lutluJn.B of KalilU- tlons, Cur.cerU, ie., SO vet cent, above Iheie rates. OintlAkT ASD MaMiiOi SOIICH, S5 crnti Advertkemenu lor Charluble liijtltollons, Compa- Dies, WtrJ and other Futile Mutiny, will be charje J the above ratei. AU Tianslent to be paid (or to ld- vance. The [.rivJeis of Annuil AJverllseri Is limited to thtir own regular business, anJ all for the a> all Ltgal and kjscnljcmcuu of Auction seut In ts nusl be p.nid for the usual rates. Alvennecacr.ts not accompanied hyTrttten viU be Inserted until forbid, and charged accordingly. Pubilsheri Ml responsible for Legal AdvtrtUemina the MOiit chlrgci fcr their puUlcatloE. EUIIiS KING i 00 E. M. IlOOTU, WSI. E. CRAJJS3. ____ BUSINESS CARDS. j. ii 4tt-.rr.cy Connwllor at LAW, Ladlngtcn'i Blort, East Water St.. WH. ______ I1ENHV Agent, Notary Public ind Conveyancer, OtBcc >'o. 5, Martin's Milwaiikee. WlscoaslD. JUIIB. HWAIO SAIOHOM SMITH SA10MON, LAWYERS, Ko. 4 Kneeland's Block, East Water St., declU19Wlv VPHA3I OKAIIAMf, A T T 0 R K E Y S A T I. A W, AND SOLIOITORS IN Cf-IANOEliV. Uilwaukte, January ISifl. JTITK I D G COMMI93IOSEK FOE T1IS State of New York, NOTARY PUBLIC. CROSS COOMBS, (I.ato of ATTORNEYS AT LAW, M11. WJSUO.VsI W. Will practice In the several coarU of record In the city of Milwaukee, In the Suurtfow Court of ftnJ lu tLe DUtrtct And Circuit of I ho UoltfdStftU-a. Particular uttentlonpuld to the collection of Ualmi abroad. ULOCK, No. KAST WATXR N2W LAW (lato of CoopeMtown, N. Y.) hii thli day entered luto with hU John C. btHrkweaU.cr. iflll ;.rwcilce In the District Cuurt of the Unite fitalei, miJ Intho teveral Courtiof State. J. C. S. U Comralsilonerof Deeds for ftll the States. Oai :e No. Water Street, Milwaukee. OFFICI% BlftV, Water Yard, M. M. K. K.Trnck.l.aif a. ma; WAV Attornevi soil at L'nv and in eery.' OBicc in KneeJanil's B'ocl., No. 217 Kabt Wktvr SI f w it'oTr Y B A N K -OP HULL, JANES CO., 217 KAST AVATEfft SVUKUT, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN. DEALERS IS itAMCivoxr-N, IltiSINF.SS PAPZUtt KXO., Will raakecollcctionitn tfnBcity wiilion! OD all In tlie country. rein '.'.cJ of 8-.ott.in.., Gcr- ickd> And Ktmice. In >uiii5to5uit. NEW YORK. Sklller, vl-iacbt-Tt oxvcn Scholl, OKNEttAL NKtt'CrAPEU AOYKRTIfINO UOD8K, NO. 848 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. NEW 5fORK. STEAMBOATS. M. ADVERTISING AOV.NOY, 113 NASSAU STREET, N. Y. NEW YORK CORN EXCHANGE BAG 123 lintl 1ST BHO.VU STIIKI'.T. CLAKK, MAXIVACTUKGR ASJ> DEALKH IS BAGS AND BAGOING-, and Cotton Twlnr.ie. Ac, w 1't St-am'ftj Flour JUjj, Mit_I_ERS' BAGS. O RDtl to orJeJ for Ihflr large, und of Vfiriout de- our can any ma'tc-r they may In Iji-d TTliliont extra charge. dixr-s fcro totxrtmine our ktoc'w of U.IKS tlie vttrlyuj t all ur Mr. Hull, wilM for UK- H: ii.ls.sluv-ki, At .Mi nli.t ottf i.ntu-i ution tonflpo- l Kat EMPORIUM F A K T! CHEAP DAGUl-lURKA.Y OUT Van Colt's Jevtelry IS In Eagle StShra Foundry, Street, INSTRUCTION- liLOOK, iv 21-1 M'atcr rvULWAUltsQEj WIS. lj pmuftneatly ei- A tf.bl.jheJ m corapklt- didi-r, m K moiltOJ5 tuite cf rooms fitted up, wuh furllttie; Lt Iti cori.rar.ricl second to nono in the United States. Thi- Principals btlr.g both practical men of will perjoneliy superintend itll the Intoiiml regulations ol every brancli of Ltcturt'a will be given by gentUmaci ct fiCknoffluJgcJ merit, And as flier e is HO OLAS3 SYSTEM la this Instltullon, etch Student will have the benefit of entire and sepurate iDStiuction, hn.1 can commence ht any and uo pains wilt bo apa.cd tc> g.Vi! the and moil complete sat! a faction. Thecoaraeof pursued Trill be of tbe tctit full and compivhor-ilve chhravter. BOOK KCLPINO BY DOUHLE ENTRY, adapted to General Merman tile, Wholeiale, Ueiall.Com. BanLlng, Kxchaotje, HallionJ, Indi- vlJuit, PArtnorship, and Compoun.l COMMERCIAL CALCULA1IONS, in Ter iUehiingtf, of Pkyi.itfnts, Aver- Accouutd, etc., etc., according to thi must met hod l. COMMERCIAL CORRK3POXDKKCK. Most attention will be f-lvt-u tothK unporthut branch of n bunlnvu education, ittdmlhiK Actvurj'. Account Onlorj, Drafts, Hills of etc., oto. LCOl'tJIttlS will be given by eminent men and durlngllie on MercHiit.le Science of Ac. A good BuslneSii Is guaranteed to every one who attends full coursu at tbU Iiihtitutlun. A perfect syitem of detecting UouiiteilV.t Itank will be given to ever; student a full course. Hours of Instruction, 9 '.o 12 M., 2 to 4 xnU 7 till f I'. M, For Terms and for finer particulars call on, or hd Jrerfd the BAYLIES A LINCOLN. sUtlwaukeg. January, B ly LAHIGO'S ENGLISH AND MBRCANTILE his BOYINGTON ARCHITECT AND BUILDING A UK ______ Speclflcatloni for Itu.IOingi of every grade aiuistjle. Ottice In Block, comer of Knit Water imU M.hraukee, A. C. WASH, ARCHITECT SUPERINTEND AN r, ROOiiS OVKK MITCHELL'S BANK. HA V1 olttiined Ihe ai'titance or a of .nip trrtor Uralltmcn, Isnow pn-partd tooiTer BCF- to tho coiiteiupUtltii; by rarnlthlDK wor-tuiR drawings, ana clBcatlrtn-v for o( Ufscrli-tlon, til the sliort- fktt cotko. llm aljo sscurtd the services of one of tho first Artltti ID country lit Kncaujtic Hnd Pointing. By pertnlsjlon, will refer to the following who already avulleJ of hid neritI 40 Wisconsin Street, Hllwaakte, Wisconsin. Tun: P5CI.VCXPA1, nr: Informs the I'ubDc tlm; tlie next Tei-m coinmencca, Monday, AprllT.lS'C. SfKixa TiitM corauiencM Monday, April! Oth, IbOO. Thin Institution, having been six yenrs In active opera- tion, Is permanently estalihshed couraglng. It Is pleasantly situated In the centre of the City, the building having been and much Im- proved, has ample accommcdatkm for Btudertts of both nrxc-3 who wlah to acquire H complete Uxoubu and COUHKR- CUl. N. B. Book Keeping, and Arltlimetlc, are thor- ouphly and efUckuily taupht by Prof. LIRIGO. Gentlemen convtrianl with buj-lnesa may obtain a masterly knowledge of DofkLK KXTRV In two or three weeks. He hat opened hU EVKKKIO IQ Heading, Writing, 11 Grammar, IJook Keeping Ac. Principal having bien six years RESIDENT AC- COUNTANT liiMllfiraukte, tliroush his b-ulness acquaintance many of his students on obtain profitable ailuullous. i'or further InformatlOQ ceeCircu- O.L.LARIOO, Principal. Milwaukee. MtrcJi-i, 1556. Ac r'Afkrt-t with Hun ami l m.tJe of plfxiit or Jottt. We 'or PAINTS, GLASS, AN'oIlol. DORR MANN, SXI QRKBSWICH >Tl.rET, (corner of Jny.j NEW YORK. ntar Kivcr Krle K'tllroaJ Dtpoti, lii: .h H coraplrte Dry und In 01', Letiil, 1-fi in li n tfm[ oilr Oluf AmerU an above yf Colon, A; ic., ri niid Con- and PdliiU. Dili, UJTM. Ac 1TO WtlliMiu.tt N. the atteii- lion yfthc Untie to tlitfir Idrge uuJ atovc of I'trlianery, Au. In addithm to refill rir of S tuple tney HI e direct from the of produc- tion Ciiid nmnuUcti.ic, ot Tooth, llmr miJ Sal! Brofisi-a, Cotli, MoiUu. SjKiUifrt, FrtncL wiJ Perfumery, Lubln'a HxtiRoid, MIK! many oti.rr ttr- tlcleiUiJally em bract J in DruftfLitV gtoci.1, which they are aUo tnabled to otfer oa tt.a niott ttrau. Orders, ellliur to- or ...y iaa.1, will ___ Bags and Bagging-. NOYflS WHI1TLHSEY, 3 AVulurMreet, KEAH OLD BMP, XKW YORK, HAVi: UOa.yrAXTI.V en Mud, ar.d minu. r'nctiiie to oYtk-r, Bugs and Sacks. Sewed and Seamless. for Hit MU! c f style aiid quhltiy. Iliey woultl csptfUlly call kttention t j their fur Flour, J Wtal, Hominy, liurLwheht, Uurna, .y tit, Pp.cee, Hll of whkh they fuinlsh to oidtr, lit the moat ripiiroveU of dtrsljf.) and printing, uuJ with qulckc't Aho, ImpirterJ nnJ Dealers In Gunny and Bagging, ana various kinds of THREAD and both Ltoei and Couttoti. of which we art rftvlYlns; couttnua. jupi.HeJ. Wood and Willow Ware, ramr. itiittit HF.si-EiiTFi i.- JL ly .ctilltfils IhC StttTltlOnof MKBCUA.Vrs riSITI.YG SEW TORE to his Urge And nwurled stotV of Wood ;n Ware, Willow Ware.Cor.l Slati fcnd Urushes lOKeihiT with a variadniaortmfrntof other goads of il-iily En every family. From fang trjK- rUnceot ever tffcr.iy yeara In tho h? Is ftbte to K'Oodi tit low pnres. Great carets taken in f set Ing fnOiU, that Ihi-y their dfotliiattori ID gfidd onlfr, and rvtry artkle packtd shul! bft-qunl to the Orders from f-'f-oti'-if-lt jiartift AittfnJxd to. JOHX'ORAr, marchdMTfSYOtlSdSn. (T.ate A. _______________15 Fulton Jk 202_Tront Yi-w Ydrt. IMPORTANT TO HOITSriKKKPHHS AND DC AIDERS. THX IIOPU MILLEI, Tl i'uLTOx STRKHT, ftnd 71 BMSMIX STSKET, New Yoxx, Principal OfftcclQZ front Strttt, tfeio Yvrk% Taclory, Xoa. 36, 37, and 33 Hud.OD Street, Jeriey Cl'.r. PROPRIETORS OF THIS LON'O AND WELL JL KNOWN Coffer niul Spice Continue to prepare best PHARMACKUTIOALPOW- DKltS in use, lor RAWING uttfAC, Biecon1, AND OTHBR Cirw, They aUo prepare Mustard, Cocoa, and many other ftrllulet. of Oiilly me In every rtrn'Jy, which they offer upon most reaiinnble terms. seut to em request them. R. H. A J. G. JSHAM. N. adrlied to Inquire for llors Mius __________________SVOSseptlO-lyr FIRST PREMIUM GOLD MEDAL PIANO FORTES. STEIN-WAY SONS. PUyO-FORTE MANUFACTORY, S3 Walker St. STEAM ENGINES, Gang, Muley and Single Saw Mills; SHAFTING, Pi; LJ.KYS. Axi> r.vF.n v of ry made to order. .11. JollllKOll'l SHINGLE MACHINE. Warranted an 1 bmer any Mach'n- ia The i ii tlii- Marl.ine J. JOHNSON'S IIACIIIM: No ?6, Knee'ind, Street, Boiton, tnaylilcSSMCuifMP PAJ3AIC MILL. So.------- J oil n Colt. -------V.li. X. J. JOHN CLII'I'KR DUCK. Joint Coif. T. N. J. COLT'S STAXDAltD COTTON SAIL JOUCK AXD JL ol hlxive well V.r.wiin of t' KM.I DiLk, and M glii.t DU.T. en tmiiJ, anJ trtitr for kll frotr 1 ti witf mhLe to orilur r.t iliort n Cclton Djck, and Puiic of nil anrf 1? In HlJtJi, JOHN CUl.Tf HEAVY, t.IGHT, KVTItA liiiul. ai-tv i-ilirr Jl.'C.ltrKCU A Co OrFIf'F. ftp.] l.Vi 1' .7. IHVU1MIV A SO.V, Itrmi.l it it it Purlfr. CnrUluK, J. M. A wouM f ill the Mtrnti- n tu t f Soil jtii fiii nt.y ilo not of scy (i hf.norat.ly ami fnir a r rained KI J. M.A ate iolp rur M- nj Iropurtf J WIUCB, arid raure mtrrtitMe to tN- It tiia be sold aj A of Tib Is Clsrrt Julian ,n at Ofii-fj frotn counlry loltclttil, and sMiii.- 1 With dljpMih. A pure article of Scl.WJan, In J LonJ. Mc-OREADY, MOTT Ijl iHiUtlt.'U Corner of Fffwf titrftf, TRIPLE HE FINED iO and per cent. AUuliul. N K W K N O I, A N i K K M. A ManufArtJrtn pPaUvi In the GJ; .gu, p.r urj-eu hard Turpentine, Bright V and .SfcVal Storci of evciy deacrlut'on. rnUh, THOJ. T. JR. A RETIRED PHYSICIAN, W I lOSt: iftn.U n-at.y t.ut, living lu the IiJifi, i certain oiire coniutnptlon, folJs, miJ general At MlUy podslb.e, lit to such of r.ilVcted tf sj It, rwip-, wltJi full and fApV.clt dlrertioiiifui ui> im-l i.-lrtfc it. He rtq-jlrta each appllOAnt to him three iriiti to be returned ai on the rOmilriJer to b? sjipHol to the i.f UiU H. J.V MKr. Ji-r- icy Cuv, N.J. TO AND DEALERS IN" FAXCY I Extracts. Soapj, I'oh-.Vr, JAc..4e. and White Windsor Soap, Marrow jitiil and Pomatum. Ixm'i Honey Tah.eU, Shiving acd Vala Soapi. Soap, Shaving Crem, Car. fled Mtr- row, Bear's Greme, Ac. Motiet'i Orange Flower anJ Roa-- Waters In lulls (inil Rlmmel's Handkerchief ExlracU snJ TiV.lrt V.uejjar, Hair P.ntibtria, llalli and Wnshlng Pads. Tooth and Nail French and a larpe b Hair English, and Oermtn. ijCloth, and Shaving All ami Turkuh Toweling, Ac. Buffalo Dress Injit, all prices anil ilyl-'s. P.irie, Venice (tnd T arVpy, a aikortment. Mustard, la foil and Taylc-r'a Arro-r Ro, t, Ilon.oeopitli'c A--., Ac. Pher'a Blue Pot Pomatum anJ Toilet Powiler. loipoited, acd for at low pnctiby SCHIEFFflLIS J1KOTIIKR? A CO., VrufK No. 170 William St., cor. Ceehiaait Xi w CHICAGO AND COLL1SGWOOD LAKES MICHIGAN HURON 'Id COl.MXGNYOOD. Tti.-'.C., in icX Ontario, Huion and Siiucoe Saihvay. O T K O N T O, SS 1 EAMEKS 'I'.. Ull rHVffr. f.n.-v ON 1_AKE ONTARJO, xorlli r.aM. i viU L lli? on Chlcngo undDi'.linRW .'Mnj? nt Radne, Milwaukee, Two ar.il MiuLIn.ir.lekMagCliIra SiiJ SATURDAYS, St S oV KoystonoMiLt4S Suit i- ...Capt. J. S. Ciii Win UK WATTS. TI-eMi-ri.fr Clpt. wl.l run C'..1 :iiul (Jrtiii IJ.tv. connectiux with 11 !iilt-at thi' Nijtlit Travel on the ei-iireim-1 TV 1 1 he ii-ric rrL.-il i-u >'t finiiNln'il, and the iiffd .in.uiiij tin- suMIuie scenery of the Unrit ake- ;li- Kiwr M. StialU of Muck in iv, UMuilios. n 1-lan.U. Sault Me MaKe ami ihe Million ur an will al-o an iuiy uf !ni( liTc Grtu: tl 1 (iCJ'ir.-1 KLiQtti, Anil the Rapids of tin? I M.c f rut time to r ril whciv the H lo tte M..r ilgan will arrive at Uid tliij v-ill connt-ct -v.lh Otlti-r and I.alce Piiporioi'; irom rn-s.ii? iKe Manllouhn lo Colllnifwoin.1, in.! Kiilw .v tj Tiuonm, eroding Like Ontario in the 1 1 n hr-t Ui'.ttk to liiiffalo, Roche- ter, Oswo-ro, C ft v, 0' Monti OHAKI.K- M. REKD. Director, tr'e, r.TJVANT.fi.-n1Werti'rn Agent. Id. i.. 11. j A-roni.  T, Prcduci-, R-i I.-OM! Iron, Coul, I.um- to ami from BuiTii'.a, Oiwego, on Eric, Huron, wid with AGENTS. N.i. lURrc.nl st., istc.l Criu.gnef Chkapo, III. O.li. t-, fuutof In.! .111 Airciii tf At Johnmn 11 85G. MERCHANTS' WESTERN LINE, First f.itiiil Uncoil Elver nud Kile faunl, (u I'nlT.ilo. ullli O PILE'S LIIST E, OF PllOPKM.FR? nuii Bar In Of sRCFF.U.O AXD AfitsMfof "ui'trlor fjolllilPi for tlietranfpoit.ition of and NFALAIiDOTi Vork, Vrn. Wri.LIANf'.TASN RH A Co. foot MK h. st. Uuf., Prn1'trs' ItOlTSMAN A CO., Agents, Milwaukee. N. B. The above boa'.a are to land at the foot of Erie Street, the i'nef of of Docr-MAN A trtcu.l to fill by thji Isine and deliver MMrtftiiV'-e, Apr 1 npr! RAILROADS. LAKE SHORE R A.ILK OAB. CHANGE OF TIME, OX nnJ af.er Wednejdsy, May 14lh, ISK.an.l until further notice, PMKiixorTraliii of tfce MllwankM and Clilenso Ballroail Line Will Milwaukee, from Florida jtreet, for Chicago and Intermediate stations, at 10A.M., and 3.15 P. M. Receiving passengers from Madison, Janesvllle, and In- termediate stations ups-n the MILWAUKEE MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD, ALSO ynoM TUX MILWAUKEE i WATKRTOWK RAILROAD, LA MILWAUKEE RAILROAD, AND THK UORICON R. K., at Milwaukee, RACINE MISSISSIPPI R. R., at Racine, And connect with the Afternoon and Kvening Kxpreii for the over the Michigan Ceutr.il ..oil Mich- vnfert to Chicago, Woston, N'ew York, UtiU'm.oret Jke., 'ralni leave Chicago for Milwaukee ami tn.ernie- u.aio s tailor, i at 020 A. M., nnd 4 p. MI receiving pM- tentfers for tlie above mentioned KMlroadnaud and nial..r.g two i'asseuger 'Irattia il....y, Sundays excepted. bTKAMUOATS leave Milwaukee for Fort Watli.s.'slon. River-', io. FRKIGHTTUAXNS urn ttironjr.1 to And from Milwaukee ami Gh.cago d-iily, Sundays Leaie MllwauVec at I i. M., itnd arrive at 'J 20 P v. J. T. MOODY, Milwaukee maylS 0. B. WATEHTOYV L ROAlF. C H A N Q K O 3'' I-I O U H S ON AND AFTER MONDAY, March SI, Trains on tl.U Road will run as GOIMQ atTrala Watertovn at 3 A. M. Arriving HX Milwaukee ttt i.vA, A. M., and making direct connection at the Junction with the morning train'for MiidUon and Accomnio 1 it Ion Train Waurtowa M., arriving At Mllw.iu.teu at CrM) P. M. Goisa leaven Milwaukee at 9.40 A. M., making dirfU connection at tlie Junction with the fr.ira Madison ami at AVsiteriown at P. M, Train Milwaukee at M., arriving at WnU-rtown at M. At WatcrlOTTii, Singei connicl for Milfonl, Jefferson, Portland, Sim Oak Coluoibuj, Portage Cay, Uttralioo, Ac., Ac., FKHOHT Tjutea leave MilwnuVee 'Ully at A. and Wa'.urtown M P. >I. 0. BLOUXT, anO _____EDKiDOtr A dui't, A: HI1SMSMPPI M. R. WINTER ARRANGEMENTS. O IV AND AFTER OCTOBER 1 trains will run In connection with the lake Shore and the Uouis to Chicago, ai follows GOING WESTWARD. A Pasienger Train will leave Milwaukee at 7.30 A.M. and at 4 P. M., on the arrival of the cars from Chicago. GOING EASTWARD. A Paisenger Train will" leave MaJuon at A. M. anj JantisvHle tu S A.M. arrive In Milwaukee In time for dinner and to take the 3 P. M. Lake Shore R. K. Tr.iln fcr ClUca- jjo and arrive in Chicago In time to take lite evening trains for the K.isl. A 1 rain will alio leave at and P. M. anJ arrive In Milwaukee In time to take the Kvw.lnj- Boat to Chicago. Pas mongers are ticketed from MadUon to Chicago nt each, and from at eaoh, on eilhfr the Boat! orCarj. also sold at the n'ooveatationt lo X. Y. and all important Eastern Cities. f AKcngeri leaving Chicago at by Like Shore R. R. In via Milwaukee at y A. M. ITreifiM triiiod run daily (Sundays exeepteil) each way, over vhe entire length of road. PaHenffera Koin  pgif" The Schclarshlpa will be transfer Able, and each one emltlcd the holder to a full course of Instruction. Each subscriber will be secured for of aubacrip MKAR BBOJLKW1T, SKT TOXIC, call the nttent'on of the public to their Eptentlld Htiortraent of and square Pianoi, which, for vol- ume of tone, elasticity of loach, beauty of ihort everything thut renders a Piano perfect, are unstirpasfed. They were ftwaided the Grst prc-mluoi for both kinds, In competition withthtrnoct dUtlngutshed frocu Boston, JcJphln, New Ybrk, and ItMtlruore. NEWTRIUjMPH! SrsixwATik Sos's havejait been awarded tho FIRST Premium GOLD MEDAL, (over all compttitoru) the fair of the American Xtist.tutf, Crystal Palace, for the best fortes.__________________________dec-15-dlfSVO "WARfHOUSET! 0 a B R O A I) W A Y N. Y. NEW MARBLE BUILDINGS, Opposite tlie SC. Mcliolas Hotel. WILLIAM THOMAS LEWIS, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN CAEPETS, OIL CLOTHS, most respect fully to ir.form their and tustomerithat they have removed from Pesil Elrert, to their Ni-w and Spicioud SIOKK, NO. 522 nitOADU'AY, Where thfy irlll be pleased 10 exhibit lo them their re cent linnitfUBa purchases, of all that Is In Dciign, Fab- ric, and Hljle, which have been seUeted, from the Foi elgn anil llotue On the Otish could ftud which they we dettfrHsviJtJ to ell al prices that defy comjietltlOD. Coiuprlilng a new and choice stock of Foreign and Do- mestic Cwpttlfig, Oil Cloths, Rugi, Druggeta, Tab'u and Piano Covers, Coir Matting an J Mats, AdrUUle and BJ-.CCI. Sklu, Plain and Fancy Angora togtll.fr vrlih Article connected with thvlr bosliiow, which they Jttvf (ulncd to belt at Tho Lowest Cash Prices. Thty t.Kve ict AS'JL' dlitlncl department for Coir Malting and Mats, In which their celubrlty well citkb- pment itock being well itxtoi tod, direct, they t.re enabled to offer, on tha most fa- vorabte teraii.tyOity or OouuU-y Buyeri, at or Rt u IL__________________ PATKNT BISCUIT CRACKER MACHINES, PATENT DOUGH MIXEKS, ClSACKKJt IMPROVr.D DOORS, DAMPERS, i.r., Copper Plato Presses, Power Preisos, itoAvrEie.s AM) OOOI.KUS, AND AM. KINDS OK MACHINERY. if. j. mai24a.1mSMP N'o. 40 iadrtJh'e Street, New Yi-ric. cocTpKiv's Refined Shred Isinglass, 1856. A JM K U 2 C A IV TRA XSPURT ATION COMPANY! CASH CAPITAL, lutnrpnvuleil innlor T of State of Sieiv Tnrk, President.! Yiro I're-'t.! Secretiry. Trea-'.tri.r. J FOIt TaMe Ac. gcod tnd cheap Article for and To obtained la or tmall qjjmlitlea, fcr uilne, orthepnncipaKirccers sml cut the United Stafej. 1'ETER COOPKK, Vurlt._ (liSTAB-LlSIIKD IN 178O.) PREMIUM CHOCOLATE1.: HAKClt ik CO'S Vanilll Chnoolatt; Pre- pared. Cocoa; brcin.t, I'aste; C [Ginotpatlilc, atid lion by Mortgage OD Uea! H- of Instruction, and from 7 to d P. M, Block, 201 But Water-it., Milwaukee, establUhod In First j.lclures Locteb for Operatori furnished withatock of all kindi._____ M'Kl.l.X A: at Law, Slllwauket, WUconam. oflice In Ltw tit. Odii. K. Wk-LLri. JkhOMli H. _______________ JcU from 9 Yi. from 2 R. H. BACON, 1'rlDf I to 4 n AIII> ANA> vrovr.s. 8. P. HEWITT A SON, 93 Kan Water Siteet, tftulft Ware, Ao. Cooptro' and Tooli, Hrlt- VAX Attoroeyi and Couufettora at Law, MllWftUkev, WUconaln, Office 2yl Kast Water Strcrl, corner of Wlicoasm at., la Mvtiu'i block. COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. Howurd, Koiitk A Co.'s Commercial lollt" SIC S13T WiTKft STRl'Er, OCCH BlMv, of obtaining a ttiorough ftoit complete knowledge of DouWe Entry Book-keeping and will And every facility la this last Hut ton. miij ornfcmental Penmanship, hnd of Ofird Writing ou exhibition at tt.a roouu, nnd will be taught calty, uniu-pasjed by nny iimllar Fur particulars cnll hi our Kwmii, or fcddrei HOWARD, KORICK Ji Co. on Oomraerclal Law, Commt-rclKl fcnraanihlp, Ac, There being UD tyitera or vacation, can oi'tiir Bt uny thae. ESSENCE OF JAMAICA GINGER AUorocya knd st Lavf, and Solicitor In Cbsn- eery, will atttittJ faUKfuliy lu nil cut rusted to In Mettla und Wood, So. S WliecDMD.il., corner rUccutta Oltlcial ik-nls Setts, tie.il SUmpi for Sxtclk ttc. Also Sten' clb and Urandd, and every oilier worV, hi hit Hue _ U upri-p -.ration o( uim-ual cellence. ir. orUmary dlarrl-a-.., Inripieui i lo short, la all c ol of fuiict- It i> of Inestimable value, proi.tti.-nco of epltlvtnic cholera andsummcrcomj-laUiHor clilldrcn.u U pecullirly fumlly, IndlsiJaal, or lra.Vi.llfr thouM bv without It. CAITIOS. TJesure to jttt the whMi U by BUOWN, Rt his Drux Chtra'ciU N.K. Corner of Fftli ftud Chci-lnul Siret nQi.1 forskloby all Hie lu tht tilted StAtea. BoM Wholesale and Rttall by EOSKOKTB 4 SONS, W.I. A Jon Kaon JH., Milwaukee. CASKS! CAMPBELL THOMPSON, SHOW CASE AND METAL SASH Manufacturers, ypiTAVin onliund and cheap I.M. stock or f liow mttdd lu every style. Si'.ve Piatea.CJ.'rii.f.n Silver, )Jraii, Roiewoctt, Also, H large assortment of WINDOW AND LOOKING- GLASS. OrdfTd promptly fiUt'l, ami carffally iittcVtd ao> siiliifivil to of Umle.J Stntte andCfconJai. Addresi CAMPI1KLI. A T110MPSOX, No. 2CO -t., CKrOfcgo or to A.J. CAMPJ1LLL, Pitk Vlaoe, near_Broadwty, N. T__ WTQTTTWn HOS1 C.A X AHI> J? UJtfllBjiiritj.' UUUJDb. T. II. r. Co. 41 Vl'ET NkW TOHC. I.tl VEUS Jobben of H03IERT, ana GENTS VURNISMING GOODS; Silk, Merino Cotton tilrlrts and Drawers; Silk and Cotton lUnJkerchltfj ami Cravats; I.iutn Muslin ai.liti.Coi- Urn, EoKiraF, Ac. Gloves, Mtueni, Yftros, and all theOooasuiuany in n Hosiery Stock. lioporters And buyers at Dikl- crs wIllflDd U creatly 10 thflr to our li; CracLcd Cucoa sic. Usuufacturei tft which nnst havt utii affirdeJ by t'is AND J'Aiiui of tin Union, are an excellent liiet fur cTi.Mren, InvalliUan-l prr They wilier than InJure the ous cxcltemeai upon of or nd arc riTomQitfnded by War Feu, JsUluou, ?ard, Ware, and Adaiai, of mid eminent ii..y- e'lttrhere. Vw iaU by nil principal Orcccn In the United AJad their D. O. MCEAJLT, New-York; OKIST A i( 1- pli.a; TtiuUAd V UHOXDIUB, Balilmurc; Khr-iutT Din. WALTER BAKER A CO., Dorcheiter, H.C. P.VI.M1-H, 111UAM NILE.', WLLIj WALBRIUHF, K. an.l olher prnperlj fortranl- ;n hoin 15. r via. Krle an.l l.aVes, itliout trun-hlpmt-nt nt Albany or Troy. 'ltd' une LS.A" .1 large M MilwauVe? for their m.'.nh.re [ill Mereh.iHinr.' ny (heir Pro- illri vfill I..- i ir.ili J; :ui.l ni-c prepnivd to receive, store, 1.1! uirwar.l. iihr.ii; .lol-iy. all entnisleil l.i For lY.'icht-. or Ci-tilrncts ai'jily at Coi'ipaliyN Ocice, Surt'jlo, rr lo M.M Ciliii, 1 ctricre, .1. H. MMInry, I 01 1'carl street, an.l N'o. 1 Court- N. Cliambt-rljio, r, Linijt itreLt. coiner of Urcadw.iy, A. 11. j f New Yorlc. .1. L'. Ot'uin, J 109 State Hoiton, (i. 11. KUJcr, M issailniietts. 0. N. n. Quay lireft, Albany. 1. X. Eonil, Cktrl'sDil. J.n.t. Uil'ilM, II'. J. J. O'Mieral Agent, Milwaukee, JST" Mlrt. r.u ifoj .1 'I'. Co., anil >hil> lit l'ier T, Kj-l liivrr. I'aaiengers golnji North Wcit vrlll procure through tick- ets a-t the ticket ofllce of tlie La Crosse roaJ, in Milwau- kee. will deliver their freiKht at the ocrth end of tho Li Crodse Vrclght Depot, In Milwaukee, and at nett, ITinf and Waupua stations. Arrangements been mads wlih the TVisconiln Stage Company to connect with this road nt Die North Weat stutloni. At Burnett, pimenyer.1 are within two mllei of tlie proient Southern terminus of tlie Fond du l.ac R. R. and by this routo requiring but two miles staging be- tvrc.cn Milwaukee and >'cnd du Lac. ComfortsMe conveyances will be on hand to convey pm- terwert but wetu tbe two Kallroadu Jin31b270y JE5PER VLICT, Milwaukee, Jan. 29, 1SC6. RAILROADS. I31POHTAS11 TO PASSENGERS COIXC EAST. WINTJ3K AHKAKC315MKNT. raoit reliable route making sure to JL Niagara Buffalo. Rochester, Syracuie, Uttca. Albany, Troy, New York, Phlimlclplila, Boston, and New States, over tbe MICHIGAN CENTRAL KAIL KOAD Canada broad Railway. FOl'R DAILY THAWS U'.iVK CHICAGO: O.I A. m. CINCINNATI EXPRESS; Arrive at Ola- sinnatl nt 9 SI.: connects at with trains for Ua.vton, Columbus, X.itieivUIf. Wheeling, Pittsburgh, Pluladelphlu, Baltimore aud Washlnxton. A.M. LIGHTNING EXPRESS; ArrlTOPlnXesr Vork at 5 r. M. next Evening, or Boston 12 M Might, jlr- rtvo In Philadelphia, Elmlra, at 10 M. 4.00 Uf. A1TER.NOO.X EXPRESS; ArrlTMln Xcw Vork at 9 A. M. iwonil day, or Boston at 1 P. M., Philadel- phia at 10.SO second morning. S.30 P. M. SIGHTKXPHXSg; Arrives at Niagara Falls or U iffalo next evening. New York next limiting, Uos- ton In the .ifternoon, In the evening. Also, connect, at Mich. City, with trains on New Albany arid Salem Bail Road, Xor Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus, vil'.e, Wheeling, Baltimore. Washington, Pittsburgh and 7our D.illy Trainj leave Chloijo Central jllllonilfoi connecting with Great Hallway for Nlauara falli, Bulfalo, Al- bany. NiwYuiIi anj Boston. No delay U experienced itli Pawnjr.-rs or crossing Detroit RUer. The Compjny'a Steam Transit makes lier rrnular connection with ill tlie Trains, The cbanuel at DcirMt l  C-jMiJjjiunents or Orders made to our care. REFER TO yiltc, Martin A Co., New York. arrttt A Co., CleveUnJ. A Co., lloslon. West McUougal, Cincinnati. Flticfc H Co., Chlcnvo. D.IW A- Son, Buffalo. Uoiuuun k Co., Milwaukee. 1856 R. conn. A COBB ANJJEHSOK, HUSSION MKUC1IANTS, No. S, Oliiu Street, uiid and W'tdiiiiy BTTFAJ.O, LA CllOSSE MILWAUKEE R. 11. VOHK, II UK It Advances on nllUndiof J to hiile In tills and Kjitera Prcdnoe, 1'iovKoni, Ac., received an.l ir.tli iironiptnfaan.l Our uf in til! will be tow ax otlier DAILY SENTINEL. 1 8 5 CJ No. as Ilurllin: i Neiv York, d J. JL B. ALCOHOL AND TURPENTINE DISTILLERS. ManufactiirerJ and Urjiers lu the following articles, all of the purest miaMty, aud at the lowest marktl prices MIJHXING FI.lilMt 8MRITC TURl'ENTINK, TAR, HTC11, ROSIN, Ink) Hlltl IVlslle Ilitril 'rtiriHiiitliic-, Cotil Tar. uutt ItrttsU JMl. U, YAOXISH, OIL TAX, BOsIN On, AND.NAVAL STORM, Of KNOI.F.'S f: II F.K F.i The Tery best manufaf tured. __ TRAHSPOBTATiON COMPANY. CAPITAL......saoo.ooo. Isi .itfiiiJITIP UMiIHTHlt IstWSuV THBSriTBOf NEW P. T, f-TFI.SIlKBO...........PreaMentO II.I.tAM l-'tOT........ Vii'f rfthleul, JOHN Al.I.KN, Jj-V. .....'...Treasurer. J N P. an.l property forward- .TB 1 rfii'l fro i His Jt..t fuhii n ni'ti i rueni lit Albany c.r 11m al.UKr- Winter Arrangement. On .tftcr Jan. 1, 1556, to Hor.con. il 15, to Oat Grove, ti u u 3yt ii to Btaver Daca, Or ai toon fts tha KoaU la opened 10 tlioseplsccs respect- ively. Pasaeager Trains, twicer day, a t: S.30 A.M., t.r r.T.ng al Uorlcon A. M.t auJ beavr lii.lu M.; und 4.00 I1. M., arrlvlug at liorlcon C.ta I'. M., and Daia 7.40 P. M. AUo.eivve Ueavcr Dam Horicon Kaut us M- lows: UamS.lO A. M., ind Horlron 9 00 A. M., arriving Milwaukee 1'J.OOA. M.; lltfaver Dam 3.4d P. M., and lioricoa 4.SO P. M., at Milwaukte 7.30 i, vf arrAngcmsnt era coming from tlie East, arrlvluf: fit Milwaukee liy tlie mornlnf; trains from go ar.il MaJlBon, and for any pnrt of (lie North or Norll.wctterly parts of the Slate, tan inoccoJ on tlie trtmt day the or four o'clock Tialti, and rive Hoik-on or Bvarcr Dam, where stnycs willconuect for WAiipun, t'omi du Laf. Mcnaiha, Oivcn B.iy, Klpon. Borlln, Point, MAniuclte, Motiii.1.0, Vox Lake, Newport, St. Crolx, and till other towns aud places in North West of thv a'Hte. Mejsrs. Davis A Moore li are made extensive arrange- tnentt for etTuctlng conntctloa at Horlorn and Beaver for ull the principal ittAge routes; and a Ral.road connection will be hi H.-rU'Oii i-arly iu Januiry, cxundlng towardi Waujiun anil l. by means of the HQ1UCOS KAILKOAD, wliluh will cS kiiptrlor raclLtlvi for the traveling public. jan26y BYKON Sup't. DURBROW, WINNE SHEIBOK, MKROHANTy. X Y. W YORK. l.ibcrM mnde or, of WHEAT, FLOUR OR PROVISIONS lo tlio Hou-o bv t RKD D. MII.Kf. Wnwr iilrrtt. Mthvavkct'. May 6ili, 1IOOKKK, COLUMKR FOWLKK, STORAGE. COMMISSION AND SHIPPING MERCHANTS. .VKsVHALL'S BRItK n'AB.EHOUSB AND ar-liou 11 Inn sn.l Me prepared to receive, t1 anJ foi MAI .1 witl.r.i.t iltlay to rr i'ly to Company's Office, Nrw York. No. W. C. T.-ff, 1 Ju. Ilm. l Cupp, f lli.lll A11I--V, I Jti.vvWm.rJ, I P.I. (Tp.Kr.rp.T. Street, Mass. Cr.u'i-. 1'UO -t, .Mltlnj. RACINE JMISSISSIPIM R. 11. (t p F. >v TO ft t: r. r .f 1VIMT.lt ON hr.il after Mondaj, February 4th, regularTralns will run bnweea Racine and Uelavan, at East Mt. Windsor, Union Grove, DoTer, Hurling. ton, l.vons, Sprlngtleld, Otneva and ElUiorn S'.atlous, as follows: ORATE AXD FF.XDKR MAKERS, i-10 Front, ami 030 Broadway, Y. A.toiney Law, VcnJ du- Luc, KM an nil the recorded land UUci ID Ui? countj, Rud the orlgl- cal entries at the Lsnd QSlcv, ihowiiiR the oriKinfcl chkuer, the owner of ai.y of Undi or lu the couatj. Alien J) ty the HOD of VOLM3V JKKEIVCMl, Attorney and Counsellor, Ihtc of Kenoshn. Wis., will rial most uf the of Europe doting the year 1SW Aoy proresssknift. or biulaeu left at tbe or w.tb U. 1'. bcLoff, Attorney and promptly attended to. jaD23.tr _ JL.AM> AGENCY, Located at Wscoruln, to 1S. Thesubicrlber aUcadi to the and saU of Ren Ertate, Paymeat of Ttuco, Negotiation of Ac. Ac Taxes paid la all portions of the Slate, Land and MorlgaceJ, County, Town and City Orders boa gilt and told. TrnmlpanU nay find It lor lit Ir Intcrf to txamln choice triteu of nnlnprovod lamU, lacatci) fvr fssvrmlnf purpo.WJ. landi (about i.tuated moitly In the conotlef of Fond du Lao, Cnl Manliowoc and Bheboygan, and may had at lo BatWaclory of payment will grauted t bocomlnr la bttttfi Brick Block, Bghth fttreet. Crowiln of Islt FOWLERS HORN'S OALLERY! i'. S. 90 Thompson Stroot, N. Y., MANtTAO'I'OISF.BSof MARIILK MANTLE3. TAULC COLUMNS, I'EDKTAtg, Ac In femn-i, Rrooittillo, lunl all Titian 'Marbles. This trti- cli-, wliUli N a pr( riarallon of Marljte Huit, chetnleidlT comli.iR-d Tvith taiueral colcrs, so as to tr.ouliled Into anj' Tcirm arid color, liy which ft marble can W mhutifae- lured al less than litill the CO t of common matciial, while It excels U ill durability and beauty. UnliLe >lar. Meirtil Iron and Slate, there U no fur fnce vorlc, the rnnn'nj; Into tlie roriM of the while no rarnUh is used to eivc a terayorary hsautr to the surface. Man- tels from Ai. to Thl.le lops, Af.. t-quall.V cheap. Klulits furOie Street above fpr the different Stfttts, vvMeh will ensure returns to those Interesting themselves. Information furnishej en application to PETIT. r.rXSIE.Pre.ldcnt, or I.iMB. fccrciarr. SEW VORK. ItlF.Itir.I.O IHOX PUT. MERRIL JAQUES, 112 Ccnlru Strcrt, New Vork. MASI'fACTrUERS AM> UI'.AI.KKS in WrGiijkl Iron Pinirr, FittlDss, Tool., au.l ol appsratits ccnr.ectej wi'.li Water or Gas, (or and tlghtlnx Steamers Chuit-lies, lu.trls, Private DwclUnrr, Hcn-talf, Villages, fMturlrii and Halls Valves, Pumjjs, Guagec, boilers and Boiler Flats masie to order. Oar Scrcir Cutting Macnlnes are entirely new, anJ our own warranted t-> do .U.ulile thi wotW of any iitl. er iaventloQ. Orders sol'tlted fron all sections of i-ountry, and attended to. TUr.B, Friends, relatives and !cm-rs may now rejoice in th possession of rierfcct at K price tliat tiltvces In the reach of all. Our valnted. are warranted to be all that is here represented, ana we puar- a.uteu them lojirtserve tliclr colyr rrithi.-ut Uasl ai louff ui paintings on Ivory. Particular attention also paid lo Ambrolyvcj and Da- and ALt THE IS TUK ART arc applied 07 us ai sooa as Introduced al Ihe KL11E11I N. POWLEB, EDWARD HORN. Paints, Glass. BRUSHES 1! Woodward, PlucKiioy Clark, 118 Pullon St., Now York. of Sheet Frolicli xviiltc jLcail, zinc, Ac., Manufacturers of Extra and Ground Brushes, KNOUbU AND AMERICAS and jronndln till, Irnpott-d for THADI, wlllrlt on tl.e most Tenud. 536' All warranted a. Ordars by Promptly atteaded to. ANDREWS A. JESUF. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, C-otlou Btoam Sneines and Boilora Tools, [uroartas IKD ix uiscriciU No. Vorlc. N. for "'WpODHtm' Ct BEACHXHOWWOnitS" Btoam andBoilcra. ARcncr >cxv York for LOWELL MACHINE Macl.lol.ii1 Tools. I. X. E.. R. J, ClriflaniJ. Olilo. lllli.o'.. J. .1. TAI.I.MADKF. Gencr.il Ag'nt. Milwaukee. Wisoomln. ri T. and shij) M I'ltr 7, Kast BALTIMORE CLOTHING HOUSE A lion. 1 of IUi> Stein Brother's Message to tho People! AUI: uriVmi: wumw 'rot antl stocli cf sc AND srji.nr.it CLOTHING Ev-r (.fTrj-eJ in rcop'e of Wliconiln I It S'linivcuilly a.-l.tTmleils'M, anil ft fact, that w.ili Clotlilitt- ne.Iefy all competition In tlie Unlte.l Xuw r-ui'ml.Er, w.ll tins everything in tt.lt ntv. in 'a'Juk Kfsl illrulo Clolliiiiu C'licap! Tl.rrf! 11.0 in throw may ai nfr cf nL.wlitnjou raa t-iy at UHltiraore SO J't-T Cent. Cheaper, Anl EirTTF.II CI.OTtllXC, Uiin at any other Go'.htng fi'i- cheaper bargain., at Ihtf HL'Kl'.Alt'. '.I.T tin- BaUitnore Clolhlne ?TKIN-Jt No. 14" Kast Water atte't, r.tave Rldnc S i. n.; arrive at Belavan i. Liave Hac'.nc2 p. M.; arrive a'. Dclavau f. EAST. Leave Delitan a. M.; arrive at Racine A. M. Leave Delavan I r. arrive at Kaclne r. si. The 6.SO A. M. train from Dclavnn connects at Kaclne wllh the i. -x. trains of the Mllwaniee aud Chi j J7o Hail- roail SorlK anJ South, anil the 1 o'clock p. s. tram from an connects with the P. trains of Uie anil Chicago KHllroad North and South. Etatfei connect with the 3 o'clock A. v. train fror.i Ka- elm, at SiirinRflelJ, for Geneva. Also, at Delavan, for Darien, Allen's flrovisSur.inier- Tllle, Ul'jilon anJ Uelolt, dally, aud for Ma-wo'sMills, Em- erald drove, aud Janesvllle. This road Is well equipped acd furnished with every facility for doing a heavy FUKIfJJl'CIXO Jtr.MXKS.S with despatch anil reKJlarlty. The lint penetrsles the populous and productive portion of W iwoii'in capa- cious Warehouses are already tripled at Ihe pnuel- pal Stations l.y private Individuals, nienco for Hie purchise nnd of all kinds of Produce and Provisions, which, together wllh tiio Delicti oflhe Company on tho line, and atornle and shipping facilities at the adeiiraUe line of country for rroJuce Ksclne, January A- MA Will thrlr to or order, for the Purchase CHAIN, FLOUR AND PROVISIONS nXFER TO DSKWHAU., K'ti., Milwaukee; J. C. Oix.i, ItilfTito; A1.XX. Esq., Frm. KICK i Co., fiKO. i CMiapo; Yousa, JiXk-, RlUKj.YAK .1- Co., CMi-atro, 0. V. llkiis-Ai-ji, Cashlrr. Wau-rto'vn, N. V., Klmu'rj Coa- N'bu. Ai -HM-; I.. K'tj., N'. Y.; C. A. I'dtMiAs: Castiivr, X. Y. S'T. J. COUUXKB, H. co., Coantfilen Hfrttnots. KiiM IVaicr I'sTIl call the attention ol Oltjund Conn- try Mrrchaiits to and wt.ll selecttiJ btOClC Of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, A NO AJM., KINDS OK KKUITS, stooV is very extensive and f.imttlete, anil they are prepared, in lliflriiew store, lo Oil the orJrrsln tie most manner. IVatcr MJillCI-lANT. T. llibbnril's iVirtlionse, West Water Slrwl .Host JKxtravrdinsjiry l.ltr. P.VSCCK OF THK XOFR MKX FICKIED ALIVE. Haroimi of tlie Crmcd Wild of tlif ffnj.lt was j'Mindllie Rxried Aftn tcere Jttl-t mtaavt FonJ. The four miners were Im.iud alive in the coal mines below Zanesville, Ohio, something more than two since, were reached sijout one o'clock on Saturday morning last, and taken from llicir dark piison house. Tho Statesman give) a very interesting account of the We as follows: The caving of the coal bank, by which they were shut in, took place two weeks ago last Fri- day, at about 11 o'clock in the morning. Tbe men had gone into the bank very eitrly in the mor- ning of that ilay, so that they have been shut eut from light and pure air lor neatly fifteen days. They hnd only one dinner, and after being shut up, found the dinner of another man, who had, sixteen ftt great rick, ban-ly eicaprd the is not true that they lived CD lamp oil. They had but little of it. One of the men swalloiveil soma of tiie oil to relieve li'u throat, which had become very sore from drink- ing the copperas water. .So that the re- mains of four peraous rescued after two weeks' tlepiiviition of food ami water; and not in a wry bad condition either, considering. The excitement consequent on affair has been at the highest pitch all along the Huskin- gum, from Xanesvillo to Marietta. There has never been less than five hundred persons on the wrought up to the most intense ag- ony of excitement. On Sunday last there were over two thousand people at the scene. From .'very I'urin-house along the road, eager sno.uir- jiesweie put to every returning visitor; and Zinesville has been in an intense fever on the subject. Tbe locality of the accident is on the west side- of the Muskingum, in Blue TCoek township, half :t mile above what is called Coal Rim. Tho b.iiik is ouned by Jir. tiuthtie. The mouth of the bunk is but a few feet from the river, and some twelve feet above the ordinary of the liver. Tho bank opcna into a hill that is some three hundred feet high and when the bank gave way, the caving extended into the hill about the same distance so that when the work of rescue began, the men were a hundred yards from sunlight in every direction Tlie cause of caving was tha unskilful manner in which the bank was worked. Instead of work- ing the vein, which was a four and a half feet vein, to the ordinary width of about twelve feet, and leatiug al short intervals pillars of tvn feet to support the superincumbent mass of rock and were large rooms made and fcvr pillars left, and those small; so thac when the crash came, whieli it did with a report that sounded to the men like thunder, it fairly pulvctue.1 the pilhri and crushed into fragments tho rocks above. Upon tbe top of the bill there were found crcvicea wide enough for a man's leg and pcie.'ptibly extending twenty or thirty feet down. Verhaps the crevices supplied the men with pure enabled them to support themselves with comparative case. Again, tho caving begun at the mouth and ran upwards, shutting in, perhaps comprising, the Theie was considerable room for the men to exercise in, notwithstanding the extent of tha caving. The persons who were thus are named Kdgtn, Savage, Par-one aud I'aisoiis ii an old man and Savage a boy about 13 years old. The old man suffered the boylea't fiom exhaustion. Edgin and Pareous had families' who wore constantly present uudcr .in almost insane agony of mind. The work- of rescue was a herculean work, but bravely undertaken and heroically consum- mated. It was more difficult as but tight could woik at tho time. There were eighty men working day and night relieving each other in gangs. The progress was felow, and became blower the further they went into the bank; so thai sian Subbalh last not more than a foot an hour has been realized. And this progress inteirupted by the rock falling in, and by the impure air, which put out the lights. T1IK RESCL'K. I.ct it be known that heroic {workmen were in constant pciil of their lives in all the foiluighi's woik. Of course they had propped up with timber as they woiked in; but At tirnei the timber bent like a reed under the immense pressure, aud, at times, gave way. The frag- mentary condition of the rocks p'revented tho workmen ftom making themselves secure. They could not work without light, and when, on Sun- day, they had cvt iifiSBsfeet, nnd were about to'daspair, owing to the bad atmosphere and the counsels of some who thought it too late to save the took new ligor and new hope, and still pressed on until Friday, when the at- tuition of the HOrkruen was arrested by tho Knocking within. They paused and halloed agnlu unil again halloed, when the voicvi of the eittonivd were heard faintly in responsive Hur- i ah! The crowd nithout, on the river bank, soon caught the cheering uewjt, aud "Hurrah! Hwr- lahl" rent the air with such ajoy asneverawoke the echoes of that beautiful valley Jwfore. The then was most thrilling." How diflVr- t'litly itnliViets different men, this rupture of joy. Some rati in silence and tears. Some laugh- (d wildly Some whooped like Abor- Some capered and envoi-tod like danr- ittg Dervishes in tlwir inspiration! It was n rare hctnc, and not discreditable to fallen human nature, The next thing in order was to hold a conver- sation with the entombed. The Erst intelligible finestion propounded by the insiders wafl: "Was anybody killed by the said the workmen. "Hurrah! WHS heard from within. Thi? jubilee of the entombed was reported out- tide to the crowd, who responded to it by a spon- taneous hurrah of their own. It seemed that the men had picked their way twenty feet within the rocky and weic enabied to conveisc pretty freely. Tho woikmen warned them to retire within, as they were in imminent danger. Kdgin said he would notbndgo till they told him what was the day and hour, and how long they hnd been shut in. Tho workmen told him he had only been inawcek; that it him, as they sup- posed for Ills own good, and that of his compan- ions. KJgin then told them to say to their fam- ilies and fiiei.ds, that if they didn't get out, they wetc leady to die happily, having made their peace with fiod. Kdgin then retired, exclaiming 10 the woikuien most cheerfully, "We'll go in 1. Woik on. boyc! May God bless This dialogue gave new hope to tho workmen and they labored on until the bad air put out the lights aguin, when the work was suspended for four horns, until they pent to Zanesvllle for some hose a Ijfllows and some pipe, by which they tent fresh air in; and the lighu were resumed, and the work went on until Friday night, when it was said that they were within twenty minutei MILWAUKHK, W1SCONSW. ita on conKVgniiJtnts of Provmous, Flour, Grain. "Wool, Vtt, or lo In Krtslcrtl to THE BB1TISU PLATE GLASS COMI'A.M'. KAVEXUEAD, JOHN" R. PI.ATT, 79 Mu'ray New Y.T'. wrl fouad a full auortner.t of their super, ed Wile r, r SK-M nnd fliorr t.' ic. Also, Hough Glass from X so Inches thict. N. B. Western customers ans referred (o tt.e N State Haoje of Ohio at Colu-nbul, which vn MMe Olass of tlie Company. mar TIL, TOM 33 Maiden Lane, New York, MAXDrACTOREES OF THK WORLD-KEKOTTNID dALAMANDEll3-4FI3. BASK VAOLTB, is, BalUmureDepot.lS5 Pratt Eostoa Depot.14 ItpJt-ilj Durlirow. Wime A VorV. GritiivUlt? Uoslon, K. fd A Yntfci, IHii'-klfy A Ovrlfind. Jt Detroit. It, Conkllr) A Co.. Hankers. YmKuriti, L, l-'abian, Xvj UroDitM', Cincinnati. W. A Trunikii D. M, 4; X. let. Co'j Ban l J. L. CO., HAVE RKMOVFU TIIHRTARDTO TI7E FtrTir WAED Comer of Heed South "Water SU. o iVD WCtLKftS IS LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, PINK TIMBER, CEDAU POSTS, 4c. .l and Planed Flooring M1SIZR AUBANGEStENTSI THE MOST BinEOT AND fXPEDITIOUS RODTI from Chicago, to Cincinnati, Louisville, Philadelphia, Washington, Wheeling, Columbus, Dayton and other Important places m the inter- ior anil Northern 1'ortlons of Ohio and Until further notice, Express Passenger Trains will leave Michigan Central Depot, in connection with New Albany and Halera It. K. as follows: LOtnaVlLLH, NEW ALUANY AND PITTSBURGH KX. PRKiW will leftie dally, (Saturday's cxcepled) at 9 o'clock V. M., arriving at Layfaye'.te the next morning and at Ixiu'ukville, by N. A. tc S. K. R., the same afternoon. This Train also connects at Indianopolis with tratDs direct of the Indiana- Central, Indianopolis, Cincinnati and Uelfon- talne Railroads, yor above mentioned places, but one change of Pajneagcri aud Baggnife bttweeu CUcago and CINCINNATI 1-XPRSSS will daily, CSundajs ei- cepted) al A. M, arriving al Layfayelte dlanopolli P. SI., ana al Cincinnati at P. Bagjage checked lo Layfayells, Indlanopolls and be obtained In Ohicayo of H. corner of LaVe and Dearbon s-reea, o. the Tretnont llouw, at Orr.nlte Block, CO 1 er of ha.e and (Sari street, at M. 0. K. B. IHpol, md at Ihe ullerent and from Nef Albany da.ly, and irelehtsforwardedwllbprompaess and_ low rales, for whloh it tariff with M. O. K. J. D. LJ.WUXMCX. always o r lo purchase hy the rarfrrj Invited J.L. McVlOKAHACO Hoae. _ PKESSED HAY. '1'ONS for at Earr.n Jk Hojt's Store, icriug atrttt, the Anurlun of Uie rescue. AirangcmcnM were all made to receive tbcrn, Ami expectation Again baulk- ed by another caviog in of tlie earth nnd rocV. J-'iiiJuy night tlie work continued. Some oil hundred pooplc remained till one o'clock yesler- morning, when the were brought out to the crowd with their faces corereJ, and thfir bodies veiy much omariateil and exhausted. Their iamilks were not permitted to see them Phjsic'tuiiB were present to look after there well Iwiug, and everything done to make'sure of thtf rcfultB ol the long l.ibor, riz, the proacrvatloa of iliclr iivoe. PearfOn, the older man, had a flut- tciing wt the lieatt; the others ?eemed to be well as could be expected." Tho boy. Savage it utd, made inquiry the Unit -thing, after .1 "chew of the after their fumHIpK and fricnuS., They had taken iomc sleep on some dry which they had piled up for that purpoi-e'; but had noiJea cf the time that had ilirwcil. Xotwithstantling tliC'if men were thus imbed- eisfi the oatIh, tlielr j-TOSerration fioai death hunger was prevenletl by that very fact. Jn ihc mince, men hare lived even sixteen Java without food. The TCry want r kimis of 1'ro.iucc iMtiflit for osli. or re-1 light nnd free circulation of air. the mo'uunre of I their tomb, together with the lack of oxygen to carry off Ihe panicles eliminated from the body, may hare had txxac'effect in prerenting thatei- lAttstiou oliich hae'accoropanied hanger in tlu ontn air, in aiitl pluioi1, or on the ocean. Jl. S LAWRENCE POJEEHOY, PRODUCK HKIteUlXTS, Woat Water St., near Spring tit. Bridge Corn, 1'lonr, and all other and hold BLOUNT PHODTJCE COMMISSION XBBCKAXTS KEAR TIIK WATKRTOWN RA.II.ROAn DKPOT, Milwaukee, FOR THK SALE Or Crafo, Grass Seed, Pork, Lird, Btais, F.It., Etc., AND DEALERS IN S A t, 'f, CO A I., W A -f.K It. whloh lul 0. JUiOWLTON, 1JOOK P Jor.Mar. Knickerbocker for May London Punch. London lllaKrated News. Vor salt at KsM Water it, 15KUKA OltlNK) STONKS. REFERENCES! Y.. D. UollOD, Pres't. 1 MHIurs' Bank. M. S.-.rtt, U.hl.r Stale Hani of Durand tc Lawrence." l i W. i. Whaling, K.q., In. Co.'' S. L. i R. P. K Moorr, Boston, I E. Armstrong A Co., Troj, N.T... LEUND; PBEMTWE co. NEW EKOLAMD WHOLKBAX.B tt NO- 8 I, EAMT WATER UTRKBT. WF. CALL ATCTNTIOS of Couolry Jltrchants oor Stack, wo Intend an excliulve JOBMSQ TIADC. -fttnt wlllian we ihall to nil all at tbe thortcai and !u iht Usrest tor cash or abort surprorrt credit, ........i.isrt.   

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