There is a man named William Sali. bury living in East Rockport, a suburb, of Cleveland, who insiste that during a trance he paid a visit to Heavon. He describes it as an improved oarth, divided into planos, of which he visited seven. He describes the people and f aoo of the land in all details. He insiste that he saw John Quincy Adams on the fotrrth plane, George Washington, Voltaire and Lord Bacon in the fifth, Dr. Chalmers, Marie Stuart and Queen Lhzabeth m the sixth, and other great men in the vurious places. He denies his affinity to spiritualism, and says he passes six days and seven nights in the journey. He was in a trance of some kind during the time, and his case baffled the physicians. He has lived in East Rockport for the last seventeen years, was formerly a resident of St. Louis, and servant to Henry West, the traveler, of that city. He is 65 yoars of ae and of good repute. ..