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THE ADVANCE, FEBEtT^EY 28, 1862. HOME DEPARTMENT. Th* **d ol February. ntrwtM of our villtip' were with flu^n, nud st rviccs at tin 1 tipiflcopnl urn I I'n'shytriiun Chunlu'H, np proprintc to the orctwion, w»*rc hrUI in honor ol\ YVnsliingtoirs hirth <luy. Wo noticed m«vt!rtil pliMTH of buninwH closed during the Hervii'ea, though the NUtpeniuoii of IUIHUWHM was not so general as we could have witthori. At noon n Nntional Haluto was Hred under the direction of ('apt. Thatcher of the 14th I'. H. Infantry, and the bell* rung ono hour. By the reriucnt of mtuiy citizen*, H. W. Jtuinon, K»q. ( rea<l the Farowell Atlclrww of the Father of our Country, to a large gathering awwinbled at Gen. 8. F. Juddn. 'Hie addrcHH was listened to with deep interofit and enthuHiaHtn, tux I at the con- clusion repcatcil elieom were given for the \ Day we llouor,' %t the memory of Wash- ington,\ \ Our Union, »nd the Hrnvc HoyH ilefending it,\ and for President Lincoln, and Secretary Htanton. The observance of thin tiny has IMK'II too much neglected of late years, niul we are glad to nee that tho people arc waking up to their duty in the matter. It should \)t> made a legal holiday. • Ntcamboatlnff. Buninuhs upon tin- St. Lawrence and Lake Ontario the coining season, protni- W8 not only to be brink, but to meet with lively opposition. In addition to the American Lim* roinprisiim tin: splendid stramctM Hay State, Ontario and Cutui- ttr.t, we iimltfreliuul that u regular daily lino in to lx> formed between this place and Toronto, componed of tho fleet and comfortable Hteatncrs Kingston, Purport, ItuuHhee and Champion, to connect at Toronto with the Collhigwood Railway. and at thin port with the fist and beau tiful river steamers Napoleon aird Victo- ria for Montreal. The Victoria is an. iron lioat, and is aaid to be a great favorite with the travelling public. We underwtand that Charley I*. Moi>c. the very popular agent of the American Line, iH to make hin head-quarters again at Ogdcnttburgh. The llcgiment for *ome month 1 * past onmmpwl at Camp Franklin, Malone, Franklin (Jo., left for the seat of war on Friday last. They numbered about TOO men, but will be joined at Albany by Kuuie 1100 more, making over a thousand ctTeeUve men. Tltmu who witnessed its departure speak of it in commending term*. The U2d Itcgtnicut still remains Mt Camp Union, I'ot.sdain. The i'ontlneolal monthly. Tlu< March nniuber of tluw vigorous and highly popular magazine is out, and in cvnn more attractive than itg prede ceiworw. Thin in the third number of thin periodical and it bids fair to outrival even it* older eompeerH. It» articles are all well written, and grapple with the great leading iwut'H of thr day in an earnest, philoftophiral and utntight forward man- ner. It* regular contributors rank among the l>c*t writer* in the country. It can to obtained at all the periodical storw*. Thank You. Tho Pot*<.!nin (Untri*r tl* Fmmau «le votes nearly ti cohunti nt' its npucc to our especial bcnolH, mwl intimates that we arc I)('ino<rat* and in active tVllttWHhip with SeccHHioniHts, a ml denounces u<* m- verily tor lilting up our voice timid I he dnrknuw nnd ntorm, and putting in A plea tor our country, and for opposing demn- goguew and intriguer}*. After spending the force ol its wrath, it says: \We make these comments in no unkind spirit toward the ADVANCK, 1 ' HOW thankful we are to think that the editor of that nheet did not win lit \ with one drop ot ink to blast our character,\ and even an\ nihilate us altogether. POTSDAM, Fub. is, INN. KIHTOH OP T9K ADVANCE: To-day the good ]woplo of thin place celebrated our recent victories over trea- flon in a true American und patriotic manner—firing guns, ringing of bells, ami a general display of bunting, and Col. Saudford, to participate in the gene- mi inaniioMtations of gladness, ami to give tin* oi'casion a military aspect, pa- raded the 02d Itegiiuent fiom Camp Union through the principal streets, in the meantime gratifying the citizens with a few regimental evolutions, the orders being given with trumpet, the whole evincing a good degree of discipline und elHeietiev on Ihe put of both olliecr* and nun. 4 Wr understand the regiment is under marching ortlers and will move us Kooii as the Inaltii of the regiment will permit, whicli will prohubly be inside of a wet-U or ten days. Yours, Ai ., W. Fire ait Clinton Prison. The Sentinel ••ay* tin- hirjju I'or^ at Clinton ]»rison WHK dr-troyed by lire on Sunday morning last. The buildinjc ^.n of stone and the wall- were miinjur* «1. Loss not heavy. $•-*•?\ The IMiittsburgh Republican *w\<. there wns general rejoicing among thin people in that village and by the troops Ht the HnrrucU*, on the reception «.T iIn news of the capture ot Fort Donelson. At driss parade'in camp, on Thursd-'t\. Col. Fairmau uuuouueetl our recent vie- fririen to his rei»iinent in a brief speech, alter which nin«* elui is w< re <jivon with a will. Tho le.riniciitnl I»M 11 • * tl>\ per mission of Col. V.) then* \ i-'it« 'I tin \i ' luge. They wi-n-'lr;n\n in TI-\MI'S \bi^ sleigh.\ flix hov^e* >n hnnd, dri\<n hv Mr. T., and accotnjmiiied by tM<- States Hotel (rain, dri\en 1>\ 1 Cieli, and othrr .l.-iijli-. iille.1 w ; and « t iti/.cns-»-|»n.--inu I'IIOH !• •'.•> ciieeriu*/ and ni'uin.: < i i «-:s. \: he men who were injured by the premature dimlmrgo of the i-aunon on th© afternoon of the celebration are «lo- ing well. Both were terribly burned about the face and arms while Mr. La Hoc received a compound fracture of the right arm above the elbow, and Mr. Mai- lette a simple fracture of the left arm about three inches above the wrist Ore. Sherman and Hen ton have had charge ot the former, and the latter haw b«en under the car6 of Or. Bridge**, and the wonder- ful improvement which ha* taken ^jlitcc in the condition of thcHuflererH, *peak« vol- ume?* for tho skill and kindness of our excellent physician*. It will be Home time before these men can again earn their own livelihood, and anything done in their hchnllR 1 ill be thankfully received. WAUUIN<JTUN, Keb. H>, ttfrt. Kftrru*or TBB AOVAMCK: Th« late jriuriouM news from Fort Don- eluon id happily received by the entire community. The variouH flags were flung to the breeze, and I am sure that if helfowiuj* occasions \ «ore throat,\ old long Tom will need a cold water bandage on hia U> night. B. V.' Sheriff La Pu.'•»,•.•»>•••! I ami in a frw tinut-- i i with people. II. II. lii-ii C Barnard ;\v i **.*; . :>. I J. .II--.- :: liilcd i. ; «lt *l, with r«ui«-!i us Vice- is, an d M. < 'li.'CitH-rhiin a s Secre- tary. The u-ni.l-;..;.r wa s addressed b y Col. Fairmau at ti I). S. McMastere, Esq. Singing by 11. Miller, which of course \bniuurhi •!«•»» n the house,\ and an en- core. Later in th« . M niug the officers and the band wen entertained by a sup- per at the Cumberland House, where a great many good and patriotic things were said. Altogether it was a very clever and impromtu affair. C*T«4 In. The awning on the comer of Water and Ford streets, in front of P. J. Mur- phy's tailor shop, gave way on Monday, owing to the heavy weight of snow with which it was covered. It would be a good policy to shovel off the snow from flat roofs and awnings where there, is a large accumulation of snow. We were reading in an exchange only a day or two ago an account of tho falling in of the roof of a carriage-house connected with a livery, in one of the eastern cities, destroying sleighs, carriages, &c., to the amount of $12,000. The snow was from eighteen to twenty-two inches deep, and two square feet of the snow weighed 128 pounds. The Grand Trunk Railway trains will pa^s PrcHCott on time, going West, and Kast, this evening, Feb. 26. t-0T*The NfcFariand Dramatic Troupe are perforinint; to crowded hou-*e>. in Watertown. Accident. A frightful accident from Kerosene. **»1 occurred in Cornwall, C. W., last Satur- day. The sutlerer was Mrs. I'alton, wife of Uev. Dr. Patton. The oil ignited while being poured from one cau to an- other by candle light. It is nupixwed the ignition was from gas that wa» gen- erated in the can, which being invisible, came in contact with the candle. , Mrs. Patton was holding the can, while a do- mestic was pouriug in the oil. The can burst, covering Mrs. Patton with the oil, which immediately ignited, the flames ascending some two or three feet above her head. It was about two minutes be- fore they were extinguished, during which Mrs. P. was dreadfully burned, so that not a feature of her face could be recognized. She lingered until yesterday 'afternoon until four o'clock, when she passed a way. Accidents. We learn that Isreal Thompson em- ployed as Conductor on the through freight train ou the Northern Railroad, wan severely injured on Monday. He was in the act of coupling some cars, when one of hia legs got caught between the bumpers, and his thigh bone wa« broken. He is getting along howi\rr. as comfortably as can be ex peered. (Jeorj^e StDenny, Engineer on the road. <n>t scalded pretty badly on the same day. In uhut manner we are n<it advised. Tlic fjatc Mtorni. The late Mtorin went* to have been more extensive und urrinY than is t;en- ARMY CORRESPONDENCE. ('AMI* .N, NgAK Al.KXANJtHIA. V A . nit or THK ADVAMK: , lu my Iftst letter published in \our inane of the 1'lth inst, there is a slight error which might trouble some- of the friends ami relation* of the bn>s out here. Speaking of the health of the r«ginient it says \ Only thirty or forty are on tin: sick list in the hospital, 11 but it should read thus: \ Only thirty or forty are on the *iek lists and few in the hospital of the rrgi ment.\ I make this correction l»eeauHe. those on the \sick lists\ are only but slightly in- disposed bv headache, colds or chills consequent upon the state of the tempe- rature. The cases in the regimental hospital are thoao which dcservcH a litlle more care for fear it might turn out worse. At present there, is but fow there, und only two in th« General Hospital ai Alex andria. Quinine judiciously applu.d l»:i- done I believe more good than am tiling else here. The great topic of thO day around here is the glorious news which we receive overvdnr of \)\r *nrresH oj' our !\mm in Ti'tincy-ce, KfiltiHv\ «nd NOIIII .liid South ('.wli'm. '! ! t r ;;:'\;tli -i i;itWr-i.i i n prevail* luro, :uid it'- ii. < re ;nn«-M'> ;<t AleNiindriH >i'inl inil, Itieil «.imuirs o|'le- joieiiiif-, it i-'eliurd a'i ;ilon^ tit.* !in«- until it comes :»> tin-«HMjrt->- nn.ler iln .Much damage is probably d«»ue to n^c on the roavt, n\»t at I bitterns it was ll) severe. Several vessel* were lont, unions them the Kftntrm i^fatt. Chimneys were blown down, and houses unroofed in W.iKhin^ton and vicinity. The -ehii-f duinaye tloue lure is the up ol the Kailro.ids-limn <lv- ^ tite in.ii! an«i trains ^eveml «lays Tin trniu wliiili It.'; lure on Monday ii<>wh, <li<< i.\I utii\f <d I naU;iU^.i % \ till tlii> moMi.ii^. No tlimujrh train ha- allived at House's I'oint. Th«>U^h «>lh It it II ^»n.e portiouof V« »nnMi.j§nrive«l at the I Vint this morning at nine o'eloek iti^vvn !«y six engines. It was decidedly (.;. 'i, i.,, worst storms we ha \ e \jHti- i... t< t< * ii long time. very •V Mir \.la Hint fire Let- IliW <>M M l..l|>l •kr'( wr |O\V lull • •ot 1: ill r . of >i>.-, n ,;i !!• »• '\u> milieu >'i i UriVc t llHt VV«- il:i v \Mr i;iJh|> I'I'OUI \ I !•-. MI Uitiin 1 1 !\r.t; I'll »11 '_»•• 1 t'lH lo r I Irdt';( mile ti't I • :id. <l«r --1:1 r-i.. t -.•|-;i ' K' M •)«• ::)i»»ii ., _. - • ,i f ;i 1' !»i ..1 • ( 'i ,nl U . ! !»•- shooting Atrtmj at Saek«tt*s Harbor. The amount raiferf in Momreal for the Irish relief mnd reached the hum ol' 8,000 doliaie. The Watertown Reformer says:—\It nerauie necessary, yesterday morning, in consequence of the violent conduct of one of the men of Company A, to order his arrest and confinement in the guard- house. The detail of the guard proceed- ed to the quarters where the man, John (Jlynn, was, and found him excited by liquor. He resisted tin nrn^l. and from his well-known charuHi r »•- a de-jH-rutely violent ami redder man. the uiutrd were obliged to si«k jiKM^tmM'e Sum- of the men of GlynifH compan\ otVerinir to as- sist the guard, he consented to jr<» to the guard-house, but on the way there, he, from his great strength, succeeded in wresting the sword from the officer of the guard, with which lie attacked other members of the guard, wounding two of them. Glynn, who waa formerly in the British service in the Crimea, is an ex- pert swordsman, and his desperate char- acter, together with his threats to take the life of any who approached, caused the members of the guard present to ne- glect their duty to ot»ey the orders to ae- cure him. Matters had continued in this way for a period of time, Glynn becom- ing more outrageous at every moment, wiien Adjutant Ernest was directed to secure his arrest under any circumstance. The Adjutant ordered Glynn to surren- der, which he refused with an oath, at the Bame time making a lunge with the sword, upon which the Adjutant fired at the legs of Glynn with a revolver, the ball entering the lower part of the abdo- men. This was caused by the change of position on the part of Glynn, in hiscon- Btant motions to make the attack. He is in a dangerous situation, the surgeon supposing that from the intemperate habits of the man, inflaniation will prob- ably ensue. Laborious 'and interesting statistics show that^ic actual extent ot railway now open throughout the whole world is- probably about seventy thousand mi lei*; find the capital expenditure about $*>,- i 850,000,000. having bc« ijr«»niivunml h\ ;li>- u.»- ,*,i, nuthoHiU\*. ••«• tin* now ou a lit .! • •'•} spot, and ujj.ii the pr»i[»«T'.y >>!' one r«t wanl Dan;\nil'd. \\\w died iwo tminihs nfter the brtiiUui^ mil of the rebellion. Our tm : ^ sue i»iu-.Md on a gentle slope, in ilh \t-\\ iiiii'^t ui su extenMiveorchard, -o imii'i, -i» i! ;»t i-.ai ii street lias ti row of \'r •'» ii.e- <•!• it . !»iii U»f ) bear no fruit \- i. lininediuUly in front of our camp is a fort called <k Fort Ward,\ named I be- lieve after the first Union man who fell on the Potomac. It was built last sum- mer by the 18th, 31st and 82d New-York and the Mozart regiments. It is strongly built, and capable of mounting fifty guns. There is now there only 29 guus; 17 long range and 12 small field pieces. It is guarded by the 2d New-York Artillery. It commands the country for miles around. It was at this fort tha« Lieut. H. G. Goodno, of tho 18th, was engaged in superintending during 31 days under Lieut. Roberts of the Regulars, who was then chief Engineer of the forts building at that time. In rear of the camp i» a spacious build- ing which will be used as a hospital. In visiting that house I had occasion to ob- serve an old relic on the ground floor, in the shape of an iron grate, bearing the following inscription: \ Isaac Potta, 1795.\ It must have been cast in the first foundry in operation in this country, which was at PotteriUe, Pa. The Government has been drawing a certain number of men from the different regiments around here to report at Wash- ington, expecting to be sent either to St Louis, or Cairo, where men are required to man the gunboats. Three were picked out from the 18th, among them is Charles Cochrao, brother of Capt. Cochran, in the employ of the firm of K B. Allen & Son of Ogdensburgh. \Charlie 1 'is a brick and will give a good account of him- sell; We have now a line of Railroad run- ning from Alexandria to Washington, crossing the Potomac on tho long bridge a It affords a great facility for the transpor- tation of troops, provisions, &n. The gentlemanly Superintendent is Mr. Dayton, from Madrid, St. Lawrence County. He was by profession a Civil Engineer. He.came to Alexandria at the same time that the \ Ellsworth Zouaves \ landed, and was appointed BOBS over a gang of twenty men. Ono day having some work to perform at a point ou the HiK% lie started with Iris twenty men on the a\ra loaded with timber, when coin- ing suddenly ou a masked battery, the re I M; 1ft tired on theni, killing seven men. The engineer was killed at his post. Mr. Dayton nothing frightened, jumped on the engine, backed her out, and brought b,i<U in safety the cars and men -o •••• station. SOIUI: time after a -'..''H'I \»a-i wantttl on the road, nnd there v. . some lull; of ^endim; to \Vi,^linn*1oii t«.r instruments and men to lay it. Mi. I V M\ ton olVered to lay it. and performed n >o well tlml IN* '.vu> mu.le ehi»»f KnyineiT «-! the difleient lines ot\ iHilioudH < onver^inu at Alexandria. St. Lawrenee (%)tmtv limy well be proud of him. and all honor to tin* Government who have *o well rewarded taleht und ability. He. hart been appointed Super intendent but lately. A few .4pici< hav<^ bw a captured hen* lately anil conducted blindfolded to head- quarters, but the telegraph will lime given you the detail* before now. Camp \Jackson \ him l»ccn named in honor of our late Colonel. C. W. 1C. THE NEWS. A brief dispatch from Louisville an- nouiHis ihat ('umberland Gap and Rus- sellville :ire in possession of the National forces. Thin is highly important int^ri- geiK-e. Cumberland Gap will'iv^loi!^ edly be held as a rallying point for the loyal Ka«t Tennesecean\ ;«nd ultimately' an a b:ise of opera* : H- I- ii»-tt Knowilli*. ';;»lr«l in Southern Ken- ; ol a'.out :',,{)Ui) inl).tl.it j \1 \u twe.t-n Cumberland ) ', ,il«oiit :J5 mile*, from ;• derivi'M itn present iin v, hiuj, a few led a pro- Ku^ellville !<l<ky. 11 i> il|f 1 i . ;i |tl !!.N, It •- I .M ii. The p'l.u ; <- lV«»m tl.«- ;';u-t ::iii». lh' r< '( K vUiitinl < MM eminent fi.t K< Plucky, it u:i- T'lruil .i- tin* Stute Capital. A bo » • <• ••':•«(• l.i uK!.,ttiM- I«:K ;ih-eii<|y held .i, -i '-niii I'HTO. and .-l bui^us (jovernor .'i'i'.-n ••-, j «t * — ueeu iio'.uilt'd i n power.-- A uli i I'lnie. r>,oo(> strong, has beeu sta- ij-iv, d ihiif. u.iiil rcriMitly, for its pro- iieii.Hi. All ol Ki'iilucky, excepting ( oli,ml MIS, i* now i le-ur of rebels. (•en. Itutlcr. accompanied by Rome of tin; mem I •»•!>. of his ht-MX, left Boston on Thur.H<l;iv for Fortn.-.s* Monroe, where he will at once; embark for Ship Island. It is Mupposed that Gen. Butler will visit Washington and enibark upon the Mis- sissippi upon her arrival at Fortress Mon- roe. In reference to his depart ure, the Lowell News says: \ Gen. Butler bade good-bye to hU friends in this city thin forenoon, and he expects to leave with the troops. It is said tliut (hn. Butler remarked a short time since that ho wo'd be at his destination on the 1st of March, and in *ixty days from that tiuwu he would seirl to Lowell u cargo of cotton.' 1 There ; i strong feeling everywhere that thu property of every Southern rebel should be confiscated, and especially that his slaves should be set free. Jus- tice, certainly, would sanction such a course. The punishment thus inflicted would be suited to the nature of the crime. The law enacted by Congress «t its extra sus»ion goes very fur toward in flicting such a penalty; anH it ha-s been generally expected that the present ses- sion would witness its extension. Prob- ably, however, such a step can only be regarded as a war measure. Tom Savers and a circus manager were followed through the streets of Liverpool, on a recent day, by an excited crowd, who supposed them to be Mason and Slidell. Such la fame. A duel was fought with swords at For- tress Monroe on the 17th instant, by Maj. Clancey and Lieut Page of the 1st New York volunteers. Nobody was hurt—a few scratches only being tho consequence of the encounter. The cause of quarrel arose out of a discussion concerning the Queen of England, to whom some badin- age had been applied by Clancy, who has fought, it is said, his third duel within a short time. The mummy of Julia Pastrana'—a lady with a beard, who was made a show of some years ago—ia to l>e exhibited in England. She waft successfully embalmed and some speculator has got hold oi the mummy. $3f~ Tt is &aid that a very extensive bed of feldspar and quartz has been re- cently opened at Crown Point on !the shore ol* Lake Champlain. As tho speci- mens, so iar ^ot out, art* of a very fine quality, it is likely that the bed will be of much value to manufacturers of pottery. &H£T* A runawuy volunteer, arrested at Chester, N. II., was permitted to get mar- ried, but to make all safe, one of his hands was handcuffed to one of the lady's hands when they retired at night t In the morning the bracelet was taken off, and the prisoner taken to Ms regiment. PRICES CUBBSKT. -<-(• jt»r ilM-WrrkJy .1. ii. M«D<>.MAI.II. I Jiis.i 15 jir t-riii •»• ^i , ( UII4llf«l l)l»t> l.\i p'.T icl.l... H» j (ft, 4'uul -l>ut\ fn'<-, I^'hi^h. pf r u'»n. 10 00 <2t KUh Uuir lr»-r 1 My O»rt.. 4<JB <Jt 4 60 11*'km! ^ jo 00 ® 15 00 Frult«'THa.v JV«-«- • Ap;']ix>. (trittl. pf-r hm«h 1 (PI Q tSb grtx'u, per hn«<h \A <fr 75 |Mr»x.i 5 00 Q 00 0 per hux 500 ^ 000 Flour and Meat 'iuty fre« tSnpcrfiix 1 Flour pfrr hbL» 660 & 600 Kxtr* Flonrperbbl 6S0 <& 8Oo Oat Meal per cwt...... , 400 @ 600 Indian Me»l i >er cwt., 1» ^ 150 Grain—Duty tr*t Wheat per bu»h., cpriiitr 95 & 100 Wteat \ vinur 1 SO ^ 1S5 SO @ SO 35 & 88 Hye - 40 @ 45 liar' v • 46 © 60 V'\-** \ W % Tb »'•!•'»• \ *i ^ U* IVin! |Ur!<-y pt-rewt... -150 % 6 00 lliitkv tioRt. ri'T t.ii.-ii 40 @ 46 Hay- -I'uiy fr»T—p-.Tton TOO (^ 80 0 llfden Ijnij five Hutiey- Duty 24 p<nt.. pcrlh. Yi. ^ 14 Iron Duty, t . S. *»4 per rent., i :\. 10 per rent i*ii: p«T ton WOO (fa 2300 \\nv AuM-riroJi ro)1i<'. I*J 00 @ Bnr Eii^ll^h rolled 00 00 <& 5S 00 Kut^iu (i«he«t)p<riU., 16 & 17 Ann rican ubi'i-t, p^r lh . 3)f ^ Lard-Duty fn'fi 10 & 11 l*rovlt*lou»»—I>ut.r fr** under reciprocity Pork por bbl., mows 13 50 & 14 00 Pork por bbl., prime 1000 Q IS 00 Ham* perlb.,., 7 O 8 Shoulilora per lb., 5 (^ 6 Poultry per lb., 6 A 7 Butter per lb., 15 Q 18 ClwoKt: perlb., 4 % 6 K^gwperdoz., 14 & 109 Potatoes per bnsh 80 Q 65 Salt per bbl 168 Q 175 NEW-YORK nARKBTS. NKW-YORK. Kobrnary *i ASIIF^--^«i.:»T)v for Pot*, aiitl tJ ,*J*> {• Fl.'*' '.' MiiiU«'l !I<M dare'. >;*' •' ff, l.'»(-..-.»..\M! I'.i; rup M,il«-; ^'i.~e ,., t ; r , ; 5^t. \'»i' .!.\»<• <>r -npi-rfiiie wr IITII : £.\ <'n[,i, to nx-tliuin extiu \v« t• rii ; f . fhippiii^ i>i.ih<!f Jtni! t .\tia nitutil 1 • Flour ({iii-'t SHK-- !>i() l.i.U. nt $,.•,.\ liye Mtiiir t-i<\i<ly at f^,*i\)<r(*4.i!5. * j !,.,«;•;•• 31. i r* — . S:-. •• - 1.\..«>I«MMI-1».. f.l. i i . retl ',v» -l-Tii; $.1,47 < h«ii«je aiuhcr J i •,, KYi! I'inn I* w.V\ H»'K . (OK.- li'vi.ip^'i.JlKlbu-h 1«. \.n-k.t heavy. *».«!••» '4M>t\ IMI. :M tile f<»r > •is<<! V • OA'TS-DU!* :it ii'-.VH'.,iin'la. W<->tfrn :\. «^^,». i ,. i ..•!'..•. ?',.lc.- I O»(j .it. 15,'i\ n'( -K : :»• O.AI U.iVMiir 5 TMUC. l.A!;]' -(;iilft n:.t\ dull. Sa^ Of *>> -. BUTTIJK- s.llm-at 10&1 atorOUlo; •; i nr Btat<\ In > ••- i ih.iLM . *iU tin- r.r-idf-m.e of • .8. VV;.n UT. <>'. lt«- -^0 U ini-t.. b y Itev. J. I. . MB, Mi. MtU'W . KK-KI.STYN, of Clay. i:ff. » \. i i.. i - ANNA K. LAW TON. i! .*Uit • IF M. >I. WliKiliT, !;, ?,, - v»i :.w. V, brnury anth. 1864, at»' •• e.g|- ilfiH •• '.i i :n- Itri e\> father, by Rev. U . 1{. J us , Mr. |{.*H:'.KT j.. ti(>KJ)ON t o Mius. FKAN-, S 8. IH 1%'i'. ;i'i -il\ ihin place. • M.i |\:u<- tid eniitt'titnitMit forever att> ti . <>!i P>OK. and hu\K. hin bride ; And may Fortune''' (avon* upon them dmctHid. And love in tbeir cottage abide.\ We join with your ho*tt> of friend* in wi-tting you and youn< all the joy and happiness atteii .uc upon married life. In Morriflown, on the lftth tnet., by the Br\. J. T. y Mr. JAMKS il. ROWLAND to DOLLY ANN MILLER, both of that town. Feb 18th, 18ti«,at the house of the bride's fath- er, by Rev. B. Kmu<j«, DR. L. A. BTJRNHAM,>o Hoira. Franklin Co., N. Y , to Miss KLLJQt M. TILDK.N, of M>i^eud,8t. l^w. Co., N. Y. Feb.e asth.attSt.s.attSt. JohnVchnrch,ohnVcnrch, br Rer. H/R, BTKRK. Mr. (JKOlR HILL M BAKBER, both of F a J PBTKRK. Mr. (JKOlUiR HILL br to Mi iss a generous slice of wedding cake whieh accompanied the aboTc notice. W« extend oar brat w l*>h«« to t he new coaple and wish them all the Hk»ppint»i- an on married life. J to: In Ogdensbnreh. on th« Wth Inst., SARAH MURKY, (languor cl Gen. « . ;'. and JAMB JB. AUOIE, age % montlm nnd 1» days. In Oswegatcifle, Feb. 18, 1881 FREDERICB; ROYAL, son of FRANKLIN and FHAHCIS M. BOSBQRAXT, aged 2 years and 10 montiis. How sweet in death Appears that face so calm, HO purely fair Beauty that fled not with the fleeting hre Still lingers there. In Ofrdcnuburtfh. on Thursday, Feb. », 18«L JANK KOWAN. relict of Jou« KOWAK,deceased; of Lif bon. ayed 86 years. In Waddin^ton, on the 17th fnut., MICIIAKIi DREW, n^ed W years. In Waridington. ontfleiSlth innt.. Mr. JOSHUA TUOM1»(K>N, aged 74 yearn. Gouvern3ur Wesleyan Seminary, mHB SPRING! TKUU UF THIS TN8T1TU- JL tion will eommence .March 20th, 1»«, and con- tiLne fourteen weeks. Tuitio- from $4.25 to $« 75. Board in good familieo from $1.75 to $2 per week! Superior ^dvaiitagec afforded in thu Orntimeaial Branches and Mu*ic. Rooms for self-boarding can always be pro- cured at reasonable rate«. laWForj»rticular» send for catalogue or circular. [oSWtfT KeA. ANDREW ROB, PrlncipaL FARINA Fresh and nice, just received and tor sale by Feb. U,M 4tf A. JU PJtOOTOR.

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