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KELLETIE (in, S. T.
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Bowen & Strickland,
ATTOUXr.YS AT LAW. Real Estate,
City Lota and Claims bought and sold.
Purchasers w ill do well to call at our office
and examine oir list of Citv Lots, Alc, before
purchasing elsewhere. Office in Cook's new
buildirif, corner of Fifth and Main streets.
TTORNEY. AXIt COUNSELLOR AT
LAW, Bullcvuc, X. T. 1-tf
S. A. Strickland, '
TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR ' AT
LAW, Bellevne, N. T. 1-tf
C. T. Ilolloway,
TTORNEY AM) COUNSELLOR AT
LAW, Bellcvue, N. T. 1-tf
VT. II. Cook,
ENERAL LAND AND U EAL ESTATE
AUK NT, Bcllcvuo City, Nebraska. 1-tr
B. P. Rmkin,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSNLLOR AT
LAW, La Tl itte, N. T. 1-tf
ATTORNF.Y AND COUNSELLOR AT
LAW, Omaha, N. T. 1-tf
S. W. Cozzens,
ATTORNF.Y AT LAW and Gcncrnl Land
AGENT, Omaha city. N. T. Office in
Henry &. llooL'a new Brick BIock,: Farnhani
street. no lii-tim.
John W. Pattison,
TVTOTARY PUBLIC AND REAL ESTATE
IN AGENT, Fonlcnellc, N. T. 1-tf
James S. Izard & Co.
r 4VD AflFA'TS. Omaha. Douelas Count v.
-LJ Nebraska Territory. l-tl I
Drs. Milconib & Peck,
OMAH A CITY. Office on Harney street,
opposite the Post Office. Particular at
tention piven to Surgery. 1-tf
P. E. Shannon,
T)EAL ESTATE AGENCY, Cerro Gordo
ost Office, St. Mary, Mills Co., Iowa. 2
P. E. Shannon,
COMMISSION k FORWARDING MER
CHANT, St. Mary' Landing Mills Co.,
Peter A. Sarpy,
1 FORWARDING 4 COMMISSION MER-
CHANT, Dolleviie, N. T., Wholesale
Dealer in Indian Goods, Horses, Mules, and
D. J. Sullivan, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office
Head of Broadway, Council Blufls, Iowa,
nov. 13 1-tf-
D: II. Solomon,
A TTORXEY and COUNSELLOR AT
V. LAW, Glenwood, Mills Co., Iowa, prac
tices in all the Courts of western Iowa and
Nebraska, and th Supreme Court of Iowa.
l.a nd Agency not in the Programme. no 4-tf j
T. B. CUMING. JOHN C. TBK.
Cuming & Turk,
Jlllunitiji at Law and Real Eniuk Agents.
OMAHA CITY, N. T.,
WILL attend faithfully and promptly to
all business entrusted to them, in the
Territorial or Iowa courts, to the purchase of
Iota and lands, entries and pre-emptions, col
Office in the eeond story of Hniy t Roots
new building, nearly opposite the West era
Exchange Bank, Farnham street.
Papers In the Territory, Council BlulTs Du
ple nd Keokuk Times, please copy aid
charge Ncbraskian office.
ero. ssynr.s. joii.f ii, siiebman.
Snyder Si Sherman,
' TTORNEYS and COUNSELLORS AT
2. LAW, and NOTARIES PU KMC, t onn
cil Blntrs, Iowa, will practice their profession
in all the Courts of Iowa and Nebraska.
' All eolleclion entrusted to their care, at
tended to promptly.
Especial attention Riven to buying and sell
ing real 3tale, and making pre-emptions in
Deeds, Mjftages, and other instruments of
writing drawn with dispatch j acknowledg
ments taken, &e., fce.
Office west side of Midison street,
n above Broadway.
nv 13 l-tt.
Johnson, Casidy & Test,
GF.NF.1AL LAND AGENTS, ATTOR.
NE VS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Co"ei Bluffs, Iowa, will promp'W attend to
: Iind Agencies, Collectio'is, Investing Money,
Ia a'lng and Selling Mud Warran's, and all
' o.Iit business pertaining to their profession,
iu )Vtstern Iowa and Nebraska. 1-tf
G. P. Theobald & Co.,
COMMISSION t FORWARDING
No. 20 Pine Srnr.tT, it Stairs,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
CV Particular attention paid to filling cf
orders and to Sale of Produce. no Jil-lv.
avpkkw j. i-oppi.f.ton. wim.iam n. bycrs.
Poppleton & Bycrs,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AND GENE
RAL LAND AGENTS, Omaha city,
Nebraska. Land Warrants bought and sold.
Land Entered on Time. Special attention
(riven to the selection and entry of Lauds Tor
Settlers, and all others desiring choir loca
tions. Land Claims, Town lots and all kind
of Real Estate, bonglit and sold and . invest
ments made for Distant Dealers.
Q V" A Competent Surveyor and Draughts
man always in readiness to survey lauds, find
and select' Lauds and Town lots, and draft
City Plats 1-tf
10POGRAPIIIC AND CIVIL ENGI-
NEEIt, Executes Drawing and Painting
of every style and descrip'inn. Also, all
business in his line. Oi'fice on Gregory street,
St. Mar', Mills county, Iowa. 1-tf
Greene, "Weare & Benton,
T ANKERS AND LAW AGENTS. Council
I i Ilhiti's, Potowattamie comity, Iowa.
Greene & Weare, Cedar Rtpids, Iowa.
Greene, Weare k. Rico, Fort Des Moines, la.
Collections made; Taves paid; and Lands
purchased and sold, in any part of Iowa. 1-tf
Chirlcs E. Watson,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR,
licllevue City, Nebraska Territory, pro
fesses to be " posted" in the lay of the laud in
this vicinity, and offers his services to such as
may r.cedfhem, on reasonable terms.
(jIIe will slio act as agent, for the pur
chase or sale of Real Estate, in the Territory,
or Western Iowa. Information furnished upon
application. Declarations filed and pie-cinp-tions
obtained. 4 -If
mOPOGRAPHIC EXUJXKF.il, Executes
X Topographic, Fancy and Phin Drawing
of every style and description. Fancy, Orna
mental ami Plain Paiuling evecu'ed to order.
Oilieeat (he Bcllcvuo House, Hellenic, N. T.
Rr.f EHKicrs : P. A. Sarpy, SU Mary, Iowa;
Judge Gilmore, Bcliuvuj. 1-tf
rcvrcxEMX Dixit, or kllllui:.
IS prepared to transact the general business
of lia liking, will receive deposits, Discount
short paper, buy Dills of Exchange, on all
parts of tlie Co.'intrv, and sell on St. Louis,
Chicago and New York make collection in
the vicini v and remit for the same at Current
rales of Exchange.
(TV?" Interest ailo.ved on special Deposits.
JOHN WEARE, Pi-i der,t.
Tuos. H. IitNTov, V. Pits.
Joiiv J. Tows, Cahicr. I-f
Hankinc Hours From U to 12, A. M., ami
1 to 3, P.'M.
NEATLY and expeditiously executed, on
reasonable terms, at this Office.
SP Ii E ND I D GOODS,
or II. VALE.
THE Subscriber having just opened at bis
store in Bellcvue, a frohh supply of goods, of
every description, would call the attention of
purchasers, to the fact, that he has the largest
and best selected stock of Good-, to be found
in Nebraska, and that they will And him sup
plied at all times, with
MILT.INARY h DRY GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, .Vr..L.c.
All of which has been selerie'J by himself l rom
the best establishments in the cnnVry, and
which he will sell lower for rash, than the
same quality of goods can be purchased at, in
any s'ore in this section of country.
He has also, a large and well selected stock
Of every description, bent quality and finish,
and Inferior to none i i AcnrasKa.
Thankful for past favors, h solicits a con
tinuance of public patronage, and hopes that
purchasers will call and examine his troods,
before buying elsewhere. H. VALE.
Bcllevue, Ort. 23, WS. 1-tf
STONE MASON AND
fllllH Undi-rifued lnviii coinui'-nced the i
X. anove 'lslness in ueiievue, prep.ircu
to do all work in his line, at the shortest no
tice, iu the best manner, and on the most rea
onshle terms. WM. WILEY.
(JV" Four or five e,ood Plasterers, will find
constant employment, and good wcs, on ap
plication to the' above.
Hellevne, Oct. 30, 1R"W. 2-tf
HOUSE CARPENTER AND
AN. BUIGGS, Tkes this m-thod of lu-
formins his friends, nnd llie pnbila
pcnersllv. thnth" Is prepared to BUILD AND
FINISH, in the beat maimer
Of everv description of style and finUh, on the
most reasonable terms. ' Thmkful f ir put
favors, hs solicit continuance cf pabiic
Hellevi.e, Oct. 3, lfi.Vi.2-!f
NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, APRIL, 1(3, 1857.
ei:mj:u c advltu isimii.ms.
H. T. CLAKE,
roil WARDING am. COMMISSION
GENERAL LAND AND COLLECTING
a ; i: x t ,
Dealer in Pine Lnmber, Doors, Sish,
Flour, Meal, Eacon, &c, &c.
CV Direct Goods caro II. T. Clarke.
Rr.FKSF.Ncrs: Gold .V Brother and Edward
Hempstead, Water Direct, Chicago; J. W.
Huxkin, Milwaukie, Wis.; R. M. Norton,
Pres. Racine ro. B.mk, Racine, W'ii.; C.
Barrett, River street, Cleveland. O. ; IVnton
.V I'.roiher, Cincinnati, O. ; Tibbie fc H ivs,
I'.rie, Pa.; C. B. Wright t Co. Bankers, Erie
Pa.; C. B. Wright, Banker, Philadciphl.!, Pa.;
Darling, Albertsun .V. Rose, Front street, N.
Y.; W. J.Willis, Water street, . y. ; R.
Ball, Trov. N. Y. ; Mr. H ingcrford. President
Bank of Weslfield, West field, N. V. ; Hon. S.
Morton, Nebraska Cilys Gen. P. A. Sarpy,
St. Mary, Iowa ; J. J. Town, Bellcvue, Ne
braska Territory. 1-tf
VI If )T.r.SAT.i: IKTAI I.
STORE IN BELLE VUL
I would respectfully invite the citUcns of
Bellcvue and Douglas Co., to examine my
larire and well selected assort ii;n of
DRY ;oi)l)S. GROCERIES.
BOOTS, . .SlIOl'.S. .
11 ATS CAPS, DOORS,
SASH, &.c, &c,
And in fact every variety usually called fur in
tlic Wist. I am confident that any rum
wishing to purchase goods will be entirely
HatUlicd, and find it will he to their interest to
call and examine my largo and well selected
assortment or goods,
L. B. KINNEY.
Bellcvue, Oct. 23, lS.v.'i. 1-tf
HOUSE CARPENTERS A?ID
M'F. would respectfully iilurm the in'nl.i
tants of Bellev.ie and vicini" y that we are
prepared to ERECT and FINISH ,
' Buildings of all Descriptions,'
On the shortest"!) ut Ice, anil In the most woik
tnenlikrt manner. Having bt eii engaged in the
business several years, we feel confident, iu
slating, that all who f,ior us with their cus
tom, will ha j leased with our woidr.
C. . STORRS
Bellcvue, Oct 2,1, IS j'i. 1-tf
f IIIE I'nilei signed ?i leave to inform
.1 the Ldi tbitants of Douglas comv.
Ihal tiiey ure prepared, to io a I! w ork iu Q
heir line of li'wlue,.. In the best mmm r, rnd !
ixi nt"' initi iinei.ii it'riiis, t (lieu friaui iu
llellevne. 1 .
l'V Having had several yean experience
at lluHSE-SHOEING, iu so:ne .f th" best,
shop in ilaHtern Ciiirs, they will be able to
give entire salisfac' ion, to all who favor thrin
w ith their patronage, in this line.
SHAW t I C ETON.
IVllevno, Oct. 23, I'viii. l-lim
f pilE Propiietor of (he above Sa-'v
J. loon, lakes treat rleasuie hiV
aunour.riin; to the public, that he is
now prepared to serve at all hours, and in the
WARM OR COLD MEAL,
OYSTERS. COOKED IX EVERY STYLE.
SARDINES. pHiS FEET,
BOILED EGGS AND G ME IN SEASON,
Toge'her wi h every thing that is usually
found in a FIRST CLASS
Having had consider. ile experience in ca
tering for the piihlic taste, he is sure that all
who favor him with a call, will he sa'if'cd.
Bellcvue, Oct. 23, isj;,.l-tr
II 0 U S E C A HP EH TEES" A lib
fpiIE nnd rsigned tUe jpleasiire ii an
X tiounring to ihe inhabitants of B.dicvr.e
and v i-iuit v. iliat they are now prr pared to
BUILD AND FINISH, h thj U il m.tmu r,
all styles of
Dwelling Houses, Cottages, &c, &c,
On the shortest no' ice, ;u,.I in 'be I. os' ap
proved s'yle of woikm.inship. They will be
also happy to do any work i i their lliie of
business, which their fciends may stand in
tre.l of. MYERS ft HILL YARD.
Bellcvue, Oct. 30, H3tl. 2-tf '
Boot C&3 BllOO
V.'RIGHT, wimld respectfully
, inforiu the Gentlemen of Bel'.p
vue ami Ueinlty, that he is prepared
to manufacture, to order, every viriety of
BOOT3 ATf D 81ICE3,
Of the best finish and Latest Fashion, lis is
also prepared to ms:e up in the best munner,
Embroidered and Worked Slippers, which he
will warrant to please all who favor low with
Bi-Pei-. O-i 30, 1HN1 C-f
I Tailoring ! Tnilorins !
The n lersbrned lie,"js le.ive to Inform the
clMens of Bellcvue nnd vicini'v thnt he ii
prepared to U cisiom work, in th" ln'es
fsshion and in.-vst approved a' yle. - l feels
co' I'eleiit th it Ms w ik is nut irpusej F.ist
or West j and by moderate prices rjec'f -.illy
solicits a share of the public patrouajje. 1 1
will alws vs be f "!id reiJy lo receive orders
at the Bellcvue House.
Bfllevue, N. T. Mirch 11 U F57.f
L Written for the Bellcvue Gat 'lie.
The Son Hi.
Wherij the sou'h wind rich'y laden
Comes from Orang" groves,
Will I lake the r:Antle maiden
Who has won my hive.
Unler the palm decs grateful p1iadof
Will wn live content.
Casting from us grief, or sorrow j
But on p'.rrisurc bent,
Jlere I rnn-iot love so warmly,
E'en my lovely bride ;
Put I'll wander t the palm land
With her by my side.
Her I'll p; iard from every danger,
In that land devinc (
And I'll wreath her cn'.ta -a wind )'.v
With tho clustered vine.
We will think 'f noi'Uierrt reeions
As of days, gone past,
Where forever snowdrift visions
Disturb a lovers rest,
Where the norih wind fiercely ragrs ;
Frosts your ran and loes,
Frost' your hands! And latiily w.ifccs
War upon your torn I
Unearthly bowlings 'round our dwellings
I:i tlic horri 1 North I
Gentie Zephyrs whispering swr etly
In the balmy south I
J. II. A.
Vatiktc I'.iitr i pi
Tho Anii i i''au ji'rij)o, ami jarlicu'iii
!y Ntv J'.t;y!uu'!ers, hnve I'.come rolo
Lralrd tiiiMuliuiit ihc world for tlicir on
tcrjuijo and iuvt-iitivc gmiiu-s. From she
inaUiii of a wooduii ciicuinLur scod to the
raising of a whole fleet frmn tho hottain of
tho sea, th. ir tU ill is cniploynl. It is a
h'udiuo; i hai iutoiiMii! of th s iiiiivrr.jil
Vuukie Nutiju I) ullmv no (.hject ladder
ihvm from the ncroinjili.-hmi'iit of any en
t'i'i i-c tliut is within tlic reach of human
skill or i i!oit to nL'i:oinjlih.
A p-iith.-man of IJ )?lon, Mil's., a Mr.
Johu II. (iovh'ij, !ia3 ct.tortd into a c ui-
tract with tho Un.-ian(iuvi'rntn' nt to t'ai c
t!.i; floi.'l in tint harl nur of Sul aMrpol.
This fli'ft, it will hit ri-cullfcti'd, was srut-
tlrd and jimk j.y tho Russian Navy to pre-
. it, . i . i
vent it ia;:i:: i::to ia naivii oi i:m i'ih-
iiiv. uhl li that wai Iw.si'i j-i'' hy t!ie Allied
powers. 1 t:o ii.iiiit rr ol crait miiiU was
over i.i. n btiihli ed. 1'inhf.ieiii'j' anion" them
many or the fir t l:is Moamois and line of j M" '""i ' cnnnucior JiaMily n lre;.iinr to
battle bhipi, of various burthens, from five I '-a J,)l,r. m and followed,
hundred to live thousand hms. The value j aJ J' " lh 1'll:ll,r 'wo others,
of tho (h a ii t siiin-iti (I at about yrreuty ' w' re t-' "' who escaped with trif
millious f dollars. Ik-fore tliex- ship's 1 hn? i:ijune lumbliiij out of tho car pist
wtre tcutih d, iho machiii ry. riuin, I ":dc ihe linul piuli, into ihe deep
c.c, were covered with a jirf'j nr:itioi ! chasm.
which reiid- rid diem rafofrom the action' Hut lifieen persons were Ukeu nlivc
pf the water. fr'"" ,'"J wreck, nnd of iheue five have
Anionx the rcat feats jurformc-d I y : E'"i;e died from tlioir injuries. The num
M, . (j.wven. was iho raisin-fof the Meani'-; b'-r of peiar.iH on the train ia variously es
tliip Miouri, o iho Am. ri'-.-m Navy. ' tm.aud nt from 7.3 to 100.
which was sunk in tho Ihy of (.ibraht-r. '1'1" aoso of l!o accident was undoubt
IIis complete tuccis in tint cnterpn,e j fdiy owi"',' I" ; tho engine having lysome
co:mnauded the admiration of the best lln-1 "'': got oil iho track ai Ui train
gineers nnd nauticle men in-th-i world. I was approaching the lr;do under dimin
Jt was this whiih particularly drew i'io ; ''"'J t-1'eed ; the w'.ieels of the engine cf
attention of thu Eus.-ian Uovernmer.t to I fotirau cutrh -g off tho ties of the bridge
him, and he was elicited ihrou-lnhi ir j " advanced, till the undo weight
MinUer to this C. ivernmcnt, to vMt that i f ;' engine a:i.l t. nder ialhng
f.vmtre nnd mriku tnirie rirelimirarv ex-1 heavily, p.irt-d the ttri.ig piece, and
. . . - c -y
nn.iimtio: in rofi-renei. to this urTd-nniii .
Ilo r-ccordiugly went to Hujs:a, end l!i
(Jiand J)uko pl.tc 'd ut his di.-pj ;;l a Li -.ro
steamer for making the neec.-oary i ur.ii-
i:j'.i );;s oi t.io !.".r!;;i
I!y mraiis if hii I
marino arm 'f, he cxi
r i t;.c- ill i.tiii i ,
i I i.i i.nr: .. fit.il nviem:,, ii i-,f.
i i i i i.i i .
of tho sunken flei t, mul I
that he cjnid arc.i:i,n'ili tho tin U-rtukiu::.
J'roui knowl'do th:;s obtained,
's itlitninfJ Mr
G-man ba i embarked in tho c'lilerpii-e
The Rus.-.ian (ijurnmn.l is to furnish
.n materials to the amoMtit of a miilian
and a half of dollars, H be used in tho mi- ''7 .'eineu greauy to enjoy. J he
dertaking, and to furnish from three lo five . h'"J' 'or, in a ;'out pc-a jacket, was a:na
ihousand men, as J.c-may require, ut tvven- iuKt with, and helpmg to amuoc
ty-hve c-nts pi r day. Ilo is also to have "dam heir, who bat bim.nig in a sa
HMlnnlited portim of upvalue of each Vl coach drawn ly a roop.o if goats,
vefM-l that he rai ?. agmfii'''i.lly capar.,oiu d, und whesepos.
The contractor, who is rjuito o jw.ui?;eiblo cap-iiccii were duly retrained l-y
man, w li btart on ihis exp.-.h-ioi, w.ilii.i n l;v;)1,'1:'l'iit;r1 hu' P"" oi' pa '
few weeks, t iking two ves e ls and a f jrce ColJ-laced hat; standing at the heads of
of about two hundred men. encL.din-' sev-
oral di;!ingmhoJ !3ii;i;ircr nnd scientific
irentlenieii, together with en immense
tpiantity of hydraulic majhi:i?ry and aub
inai i no npi a rat u s.
If l!:i i enterprise proves siic( .fol it will
bo eu-jcl n'fnng the grout iriumplis ol
liiimaii fckil! ur. I ingenuity, and: we may
next evpfct to l.nr lliat (lo.van, or pniue
( ! otherTunkce, I as inidertukn lo furnish
nil iiiiJorgr.c.m 1 wali i' iiuumunie.itio;! I
Iwein iho Atlantic nnd Faulk, or a inag
nificent Railway u the Motn.
What U mor I rauilful nri-1 pulled
than ihe t huSi uKi d ic ' Wat.1 ' g n
to tlc p." -
Terrible Itailro.ul DUailir.
A fri;ht'id ncridotit occtiirt d on the
(in nt W est. mii Kuilway. at tltu Itiiilo
over lh ).'. Jstdii)i d Cunnl, four luilea
North I'.nxt tf II iiiilion, oir I ho nfiornoim
of the 17i!iof Maivh, h hvoon .1 0
oMoik. Tlio tr.'iiii do dioyrd ia.sihp-).
r.il nri'iviiiiioilati'iii train hrtwcoti Ilutnil
lon and Toronto, and wus t!ioti ain due ut
llaini'lou ut h:lf-pa.d livo 1 M. Alumt
u inilo c.i.d of 1 1.uiiiltuii i t l)Ls Jur.liiis
Shijt Canal, loading lo Dninhs, over hi.:h
is a RV!n;t I rido for iho nocoiniinvlatirin
of the railroads. Tlio h"i jhi of t'u Imuk
where thin l.ridgo ri..ra ;, almve tho wat
er, is iivor fony-live feel, U'nl thrt water is
lil'li'on f ol ih.i p. Of cuiir.M1, during tlio
winter ilio Iridic; I ns not been ewnntr
hark iitid forth, and it is Mijiposod lliat n.
previous Haiti evi r it had jarred it a little
OUt Ol JiliK'C.
It is HiippinoJ, ilo nforo. that tliis fuled
train .stni. k tho hi idgo -.id. ami throw tho
l.ridero open, and down this Awi r depth of
sixty foot lo the hoMoin leapt the locomo
tive, ent'roly deappeniin from sight.
Tho liaaeje cur oaino on lop of it, and
fell over ut iu si.lo. The Ihvi pasiieiior
car wont down perpendicularly into the
waicr, and the second passon-'tr car on
1 1 p nf that. It was tlio work of an instant.
A rhrivk, a struiryle, a roan, a gnf,
and nil was over. Tho pen is powerless
U depict such a weno, and iiuaojna'.ion
fails to comprehend it.
O ir iiifornmiit was nt the scene cf the
di-nstor, at 7 o'clock thi.i inorninsf. The
place where the nrrident took place is o
short di,t.vnre beyond Hamilton. When
ho Arrived, parties were Mill busy in tx
tricatinir iho dead bodies from the wreck.
There lay the haltered remains of the
bagojajrii car nnd two passenger cars tur
ned oinpietely bottom sido tipwnrd and
about two-thirds submerged; 'the other lay
near, nl.'a a coinjilete wreck. ' While ga
zing on the tad throne, the body of a wo
man was brought out tho lugs drawn up
nn I the arms extended ri;id in death.
In an out limine ndjoinin? the station
hou.Hi nt Hamilton were ab'mit fifty ur.bix
ty corpses laid out on the iloor, men wo
men and children. No impjoat had yet
1 u IieM. Most of iho rnssonjors wore
of Hamilton, Toronto, and the adjoining
towns. Mr. Zimmerman, Mr. JJu.huii
an, Vice-rret-idciit of tho road and Cnjit.
Twohey a popular commander on Lake
Ontario, were anion;; the ilrima. Only
one lady paviiL'er was fcaved, and the
wi:h coii iderablo many cms ntnl bruises.
A (j'enuan lad who was in the hind car,
. , , , -.
'piiclicd hcaillnig ii.U tho Canal Itlow.
auu Ii no-v li i lea u lUt lui cnl.iciT r. 1.1
il: email, at Ijai t.ve.itv foot Uluw h
Il.iii'. Co.jiuiwT- iah
Tnc Imi'iiual Ta.-jilv or Timer.. .
i :i i tii- !' ir: i -.ii i
In the p. i.-ii -u i f tut- g il Jul of tho Tt;d
; i :i I i- t i. . .. iv. i
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1 1 L 1 1 K 4 iioni i.e." jiuune, jdinny
I .'"w'l!j '"'. Mium.-s io 6c.n i i.oMuau
i-ii ie.-t U sliao'ir anJ tig;,t ECtkirs.
1 a'ing i:i t!mt tiirectioti iati.iv, at n some-
u,"'lt iUi)' li'"r 1 ''' "eJ ihe I;i.jerial
; circle taking the luorm.ig a;r wi-h n free-
i;w aniin-4.3. x no i.mpi ess ii?riC2l l-o
ed down from a v.i i l.),v i p-ni tho group
chatting and lavishing wi;!i lur IinKrial
4,"'M3. Iligli.hculih, merriment, oi.il iir-
feet eaao and security, 'charavierizcd the
happy loAiog pariy. Loois N p -Icon
gr-ws otout on I. is p-o perity, and gives
the lie, by his l ite and hearty npp arane,
u all the vain jgiioiticnt; )iu of llnne
enoii.i .'3 w!io uro forever kil'lng l.im by
th course of i;no,,re," J.r M ije.ly, ,
ih iwj lin.i i f u reeralt-'d boahli ; itnd nt
to the f it ire hoj.i of France, even the
tongue of nvy caiu.it ref.uo to his plump
ilieeks unJ twinkling j air i f errs the de
;.i 'ua'.iosi s. dear lo m v.ri.ni.iv of "anun-
:.a.i uily Ii-.1
NVamiimhom, Mni it II. Lord Na-pii-r
arrived here this afternoon, Hopping
at Willard's llolel, uunttcndcd, except by
(Jen. Scotl paid his respmls to tho new
Secretary of War to-day. It is understood
ho is ubuut to remove Jus re.- idonce here.
Judgo i!ac!( asLtimed the position of
M Alien 12. the President has reioo
ted iho Mexican Trcuty without sendinn;
it to tho ttonalo.
Tho foreign Ministers, in a body, wero
introdu. ed tollio President to-day by Gen.
Cass, nt the White House. M. Surtiges,
senior member of tho diplomatic corps,
mode the cougrutiilary address, to which
tho President felicitiously replied. Tho
occasion was ono of much interest.
Ma ncii Will. Lord Nnpier has hnd
an informal interview with tho Secretary
of Stale, and Monday next is arranged for
his prosontntion to (h ProHiMent. .
About d(J persons from. Kan.sas, inclu
ding ten Indians, this morning headed by
Oen. hitfield, formally paid their rcs
pects to the President.
The Senate will adjourn sino die to
morrow, the Prohident having lo com
munications to make which would render
it necessary lo prolong tho session leyond
Tho following nppointmerils wore con
firmed by tho Senato yesterday i
J, C Ramsey, U. S. Attorney of. tho
Lastern District of Teimeiee ; Win. M.
Downey, Marshall for the Eastern Dis
trict of Tennessee; Jos. H. Smith, U. 8.
Attorney for Washington Territory: Jes
so JI Clements, Marshal for the middlo
district of Teiines;-ee ; J. lluralson, Sur
veyor of the port of Selma, Alabama, un
der ihu ii-cent uul.
Win. L. Cochrane, Postmaster, Hous
ton, Texn's, reappointed. , ;
John L. Hunck, Postmaster, Tuscaloo
sa, Aia., reappointed.
Indian Agent for Wychetas and neigh
boring tribes west of Choetuwsnnd Chick
asaw, Flavins J. Lovejoy, of Aliss.
Attorney for Northern district of that
State in place of Orr, resigned.
James V. Nemnith, Sujit. of Indian Af
fairs iu Washington and Oregon Terri
tories. Henry C. Lowel, Register of ho Land
Ofliee nt FariWilt, Min.- "--- -'
Win. K. Murphy, Indian Agent for
I'oitjw'ut iinio Indians.
I Vlix Livingston, Collector for District
of Fernandina, Florida.
Josepli (Jenois, Naval Officer at New
Wm.' P. Rayburn, Additional Apprai-t-cr.
(Jen. J. J. Mi Curmick, Appraiser of
Merchandize nt New Orleans. 1
F. II. Hatch, Collector for District of
James L. Collins, Indian Supt. in New
John Walker, Indian Agent for New
I 'lias S. Dennis, Marshal for Kansas
ll.imden McLernhan, Marshal for
WeotiTn l)i..lrict of Tenccssee.
An Arkaksas Stort. W know a
man living near Jllack Fishing Creek
Ferry. Arkansas, who is so hard of hear
ing that ho- invariably misunderstands
everything lliat is s-ai I to him. It so hlp
pened that this tame man was ihe own.-r
of a td.-iff ihat was lying in tho river,
whi ;h needed some repairs. At this point
a young gentleman who had been paying
his ud.ire.ues to his daughter, came up to
J him. as ha stood on the bank of tho river,
hen the following conversation took place:
"Mr. Lb, can 1 have your daughter i
said the young man.
'ies, was the rep.y, thinking he had
been asking for his ki!f, "but bhe Vnust
be corked ihe leaks."
4 hr your daugh'er I would like lo
have." eaid ihe young irem.
'Ves, if blie is laken out and overhaul
ed, and corked, she will do very well
bhe leaks in the bottom. The boys fjxiileJ
her," etill rmitiuued D.
Here ihe young man deferred any fur
ilier remarks and went away with the
hope that at a nure ynvenienl season
the old gentleman wouldXfl Letter able to
A CiiKisTtic. -On the 30th ull . at
a church in Southwark, there was a chris
tening. After the ceremony, and while
th minister was making out t?ie certifi
cate, he happ-n d to fny, "Lt m see.
ihisis-iiOulKhr "Tlnrueih!" fxclaimed
iho indignant mother, "indeed, it i, "Vdy
the tlcvcnlk!'' Of co -rse. tha minister
was !h !;ug to the day of tho month.
r.T Aunt Betsey is shockrd' to liear
that "Mr. Smith keeps t'al'.y Amanda
Safo in his coanticg lioiise. What would
his w ife rav? She wouldn't--b j safe theu,
nor hj l iiher. , ' "
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