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N , OMMUNIOATED.
KNOW NOTHING ECONOMY.
A Statement of Facts, to the Tax Payers of
The Police Jury met at Its regular session,
June 4, 5, and 6. 1855. Various subjects of
parochial affairs came up and were passed upon'
accounts of the Parish Treasurer and School
Superintendent came up, the parish treasurer
mines $11 06. School fund $4,087 88, found
to be in the hands of W. W. Chapman, Mills
& Cleveland, and Poole & Frank. Why and for
what purpose they were in these hands was not
stated ; these funds were asked for by one of
the examining committee, to be counted, but
were not forthcoming.
The Commissioners of Bridges, in Ward No
- & 5, acting together, had disagreed as to the
price to be paid for the building of a bridge
and the matter was referred to the whole juryn
a cotmmttee was appointed, who accepted and
paid $500 for said bridge, (Moore, dissenting)
when it was in proof that the builder had bid
the building of said bridge down to $885 00
against another competitor who was willing to
take the building of the same for $860.
A Committee was appointed to ascertain for
what amount the printing of the Police Pro
ceedings could be done for the term of one
year, which comnmittee reported that the Par
ihi TreIasury was ll\B ukrlupt and that they
would not ,publish the samue at the expense of
Printing. Mr. Brown then proposed that the
pro'eedings he printed, provided they could be
done at the same price, it cost to write them ,ff
for publishing in the different wards, whichll
prolosition was accepted and the Patriot was
proposed to do said printing; it was off'ered that
the Democrat would publish the piroceedings for
nothhing.* Agreed to, and a bond was moved
for'by I). C. M'Millan, of $500 to he required
of the Democrat for the faithful performance of
the duty, for swthihg; this proposition was
lost. The democratic office having subsequently
received printed copies of the jury proceedings,
very properly concluded that his proposal to do
hce printing for nothing, was by some higher
law, nullified, and did not publish them.
The Jury again met on the 1th July. The
lmuestiou of the printing was again taken upi
i. N. De Lee offered a resolution that the A
steric.n Patriot be elected printer for the en
suing year and that $175 be allowed for the
same. B. M. G. Brown offered as an amend
ment to the above, that the Demnocrat be elected
to perform said duty, for one year, for the sum
of $100; lost. Yeas, Brown, Moore; Nays,
Gore, Perkins, Flower, D])e Lee and M'Millnn.
It was then mloved by Mr. Brown, that inas
much as the parish was reported ais iuolcent,
the printing of the proceedings of the jury be
dispensed with ; this imotion was also lost by
the same vote. The final vote was then takeh
on the original resolution as offered by ])e Leo
which was adopted as follows,-yeas, Gore,
Flower, Perkins, DI)e Lee, M' Millan,-nocs,
Brown, Moore. g,o the propopition to do the
printing for $175, was accepted over the offer
to do the same for $100.
These with other extravagant appropriations
and payments of extravagant bills of various
kinds, will very soon let the tax payers of East
'cliciia know something of the benefits to be
derived from know nothing e esnmmy, in the affairs
of the Parish. Fnrther comnment is nnnecessary.
A MEMBER OF TIIE JURY.
SThe I'arlsh would have incurred no expense, yet
the publisher would have received full and ample
private renunmeratlon therefor.
Know Nothing Platforms.
In a former numbelr, we published the Philadelphia
and Clevelanudplutforms. Annexed is the original, as
first laid down by the order, ajnd that of the conven
tion, at New.Orleans.
TIIE ORIGINAL K. N. I'LATFORM.
1. Repeal of all naturalization laws.
2. None but native Americans for office.
3. A pure American common school sys
4. War to the hilt on Rontanisnm.
5. Opposition, first and last, to the for
mation of military companies composed of
6. The advocacy of a sound, healthy and
7. Hostility to all Papal influences, in
whatever form and whatever name.
8. American institutions and American
0. More stringent and effective omigrae.
10. The amplest protection to Protestant
11. The doctrines of the revered Wash
ington and his compatriots.
12. The sending back of all foreign pau
pers landed on our shores.
13. The formation of societies to protect
all American interests.
14. Eternal enmity to all who atempt
to carry out the principles of a foreign chuch
15. Our country, our whole country, and
nothing but our country.
16. And finally, American laws and
American legislations, and death to all for
eign influences, whether in high places or
TIE LOUISIANA PLATFORM.
1. We advocate an amendment of the
Naturalization Laws, with proper safe
guards to preserve the purity of the elec
2. We advocate the passage of sutch laws
as will prevent the immigration o(f paupers
and criminals to this country.
3. We oppose any interference with the
vested rights of all persons, whether they
he of native or foreign birth.
4. We are in favor of non-intervention
with slavery by the Federal Goverment,
except for the protection of our constitu
6. We advocate a high National Policy,
such as will afford stern and unwavering
protection to the American name abroad
and will follow and guard the Americans
citizen wherever he moves.
6. We believe that America shoubld be
governed by Americans, effecting the tame
through the ballot-box alone, the only lo.
gitimate instrument of reform in this coun
7. We believe that the office should seek
the man, and not the man the office, and
shall oppose the distributionof office among
officeseekers, or as a reward for partisan
8. We will maintain and defend the Cor.
stitution of the United States, the Union
as it now exist, and the rights of the States
without diminution, existing upon a faith
ful performance on the part of the General
Government of all the duties enjoined upon
it by the Constitution.
9. While we approve of the platform
adopted by the late National Council of
the American Party at Philadelphia, we
reject the application of the principles of
the eighth article to American Catholics
as unjust, unfounded and entirely unworthy
of our country. We shall forever contin
uo to protest against any abridgement of
religious liberty, holding it as a cardinal
maxim that religious faith is a question he
twccn each individual and his God. We
utterly condelmn any attempt to make re
ligious belief a test for political office, and
can never affiliate with any party which
holds sentiments not in accordance with
10. We war with no party as such; but
shall oppose all who oppose us in the ad
vocacy of these great American principles.
CLINTON BRANCH RAIL ROAD.
TIIE undersigned, friends of the proposed
Rail Road connection between the Town
of Clinton, and the New Orleans, Jackson,
and Great Western Rail Rqad, earnestly solicit
the friends of the contemplated improvement,
to meet them in the Court House, in the town
of Clinton, on the
11th DAY OF AUGUST NEXT
at 11 o'clock, A. s., to devise the ways and
means for commencing and carrying through
a work so much needed.
J. R. Jackson, S. Horton,
W. H1. Cobb, G. H. Packwood,
E" Story. HI. B. Gay,
D. Barfield, Win. Sadler,
D. C. IHardee, C. H. Porter,
G. A. Neafus, Isaac N. DeLee,
B. F. Hamilton, Preston Pond, Jr.,
F. Hardesty, I. A. Donnelly,
Jumes II. Myers, Peter 0, Quinn,
John Shelton, E. C. Norwood,
Ira McCoy, John Nettles,
Win. Silliulan, R. F. Lucas,
O. P. Langworthy, John L. DeLce,
Edward Delony, T. II. W. Baynard,
E. Rogillio, B. W. Fauver,
James F. Worshaum,G. W. llenuiken,
W. W. Chapman, P. G. Kerby,
C. W. Ober, G. W. Somers,
Jns. O. Fuqua, E. D. Craig,
Frank & l'oole, A. B. McKie,
T. F. DeArmond, J. F. George,
J. G. DeArmond, WV. G. McElwee,
Isaac N. Lemon, C. T. Dunn,
Winm. II. O'Reilly, W. Edgar Walker,
II. B. Chase, John R. Bell,
C. M. Smith, John P. Haney,
Seymour Taylor, Naumann & Strauss,
G. W. Reese, John Dunbar,
Jas. W. Ilaygood, A. Schlankcr,
F. 1[. Hatch, Rufus Brooks,
I. G. Gayden, I. T. Flynn,
John F. Overton, R. A. Jackson,
S. J. Norwood, S. W. New.
A. T. Rowly, Win. Gurney,
Mouro Perkins, A. Levi, Bloom & Co
Norwood Tildon, Bythell Haynes,
W. Fergus Keornan, W. D. Carter,
H. S. Beecheno, John Offutt,
Henry Hawford, A. F. Currie,
A. Meyer, William C. Tait,
A. Worms, Sam'I Lee,
H. M. Harrell, Richard Markham,
M. Moyer, Win. Patterson,
James A. Campbell, Noel Norwood,
A. J. Going, Archibald Tracy,
J. BI. Taylor, John East,
I). C. McMillan, R. Perry,
Jno. M. Bell, Win. East,
E B. Pettis, E. T. Merrick,
Jas, IB. Taylor, David Pipes, Sr.
B. H. Dunn, T. B. Harris,
A. M. Hyman, E. W. Donunegan,
H. S. Nicholls, M. Harris,
John M. Roberts, H. Skipwith,
J. M. Stokes, Jas. Young.
PURE WINES AND BRANDY,
SIN and Rum, kept constantly on hand and for
r sale for nmedicinal purposes, by I. N. LEMON.
A4 DOE. metallic and glass Syringes, of all sizes,
4 for sale by I. N. LEMON.
D)OZ. Shoulder Braces, new and superior style,
for alb, by I. N. LEMON.
DA I)OZ. Trusses, of all sizes and sorts, for sale
2 by I. N. LEMON.
4 01)/. Jordan's superior Lemon yrup, for sale
I,y I. N. LEMON.
DOZ. Lime Juice, best quality, for sale by
6 1. N. LEMON,
WM. KE AGIIAN,
Importer, sad Wholeesal and Retail Dealer In
Watohes, Jewelry, Cutlery,
GUNS, PISTOLS, & FANOY GOODS,
NO. 05 CANAL STREIT,.
N. I.Wuatchec and Jewelry carefully repaired. ali
0. r. LAN.GWORwnY. [1855.] NoRwonDtt.Lo.o
LANGWORTHY & TILDON,
Druggists and Apgotheoarit.,
AXD 1rALRIMiu t
BOOKS AND STATIONf IY.
A WELL selected asasortment i (erfUine
1 ry, Toys, and Paney Goods. Z ,
Music and Musical instrumtnen.
Paints, Oil, Lead, and Varnish,
Brushes of all kinds,
Fino Cutlery, Razors, and Bosp.
UI..See Advertisement on fourth page.
n14 BRICK ROW--Cuwrox, LA.
FRESH SODA WATER.
SAVING procured the necessary flxtrue, and med
1 arrangoments for receiving reC "ItM fountaine
of fresbh oda Water, the same, with a Syrupe
may be dearod, can be proearel of
i .7 .H. S. 1W.CM .oCO.
iHE co-rrtnership of RA1 tss & DUAnUtoxD,
I is dissolved by mutual convent, M. Harris
withdrawing from the firm.
Those indebted, will please conme forward
and settle, as the outstatding business must
he closed without delay.
The business will be conducted at the same
store by J. G. DEARMOND , who will carry
out busincss arrangements made with H. & D.
PROVISIONS AND GROCERIES,
will constantly be kept on hand, at the lowest
Clinton prices. The purchasing arrangements
being the 'same, enables the advertiser to
offer great inducements to cash 4calers, who
are respectfully invited to price and examine
articles before purchasing elsewhere.
Cash advances will be made on Cotton cour
signed to Micnjah IIirris, 68 Gravier street,
New Orleans. iv 7
J. G. DEARMOND.
Suooeusor to HARRIS & DeARMOND.
HAS on hand, Bacon, Flour, Lard, Hams,
do. sugar cured, Corn Beef, Molasses,
Mess Pork. Soap, Cutlery,
Salt, Tobacco, Woodware,
Axes, Cigars, Crockery,
do handles, Gunpowder, Glassware,
Cow peas, Shot, Tinware,
Oils, Pickles, Brooms,
Yeast powders,Spices, Hoes,
Coffcc, Starch, Spades, shovels
Teas, Sal sotda, Trace chains,
Sugar, brown Nails, Porter, London
do crushed Well rope, Vinegar,
Rice, do beckets. Whit.d'as'd
Candles, Wash boards, Ftlts, presv'd.'
Lime & ilnenllt Gastings,
Domestics, calicoes. blankets, linseys, hay and
BAGGING, ROPE, AND TWINE
L.r;cons, assorted; and imany other articles.
In fact, a general assortment of such articlos,
as are usually found in such houses, to which
attention is particularly invited,
Terns being strictly cash, prices will be pro
portionately low. Additional fresh supplies
will be received weekly. jy 7
JOHN R. DUFROCQ,
GENERAL AGENT & AUCTIONEER,
BATON ROUGE, LA.
YTILL attend to posting books,drawing and
V collecting accounts, writing leases, deeds,
&c. Also any business to be transaeted with
the Stale (orearnmemlr , redeeming Lands forfeit
eld for l.:.res, 4.c.
Orders left with J. B. Sans, J. P., will be
promptly attended to. a 21
Olive Lodge, No. 52, A. Y. I.
SME1ETS EVERY SATURDAY, on, or prece,
ding of, the ]Flgl Moon, at their Lodge room,
In the Sturget s lUllding.
OrL'nt.lU:--(i. W. MUTNDAY, W.*. M.'.
WM. ADi)i,ER, 8.. W.*.
E. BI. PEJTTiS". , J.. W.:
Visiting Brethren are respectlully invited to at
tend. By order:
mar 24 WM. IT. O'REILLY, &eretlry.
Gold and Silver Upeotaoles,
y-f :A WIl.l, SELECTED and Kuperlor rs.
S sorl'tment of (.old, slver, and Steel
rimmed Spectacles to suit all ages, constantly on
hand, and for sale by
a 41 WM. SADLER. Brilck Row.
S. II. JIUTIER. N. LARCOM.
BUTLER & LARCROM,
PLAIN AND FANCY PAINTERS.
(IARRIAGE, HOUSE, & SIGN Painting,
l) (raining and Gilding, Glazing,
Transparent Window Shades,
China White, or P'orcelain Pinlish,
Paper JUnnging, Ornamental Painting,
Masonic and Odd Fellow's Banners,
And all kinds of plain and faney work, done In
the neatest and most durable manner, and
They will sell all colors of paint in sma)l
quantities, ready for use for the aecommodtlion
of those who prefer using it themselves.
Store, first door east of B. Lyons. JeS
CLOTHING, HATS, BOOT8,& SHIOES.
T1IE LATEST styles of finost material and best
tinish, on hand and for salo by
a 12 MILLS, OCLEVELAND, & Co.
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
A LARGE Invoice of Ladles and Gentlemen's Fash
lonable Dress, Sprlng and Summer Goods, just
recalved and for sale by
a21 MILLS, CLEVELAND & Ce.
6DOZ. Russell's, Clark & Co's, genuine Cod Liver
Oil. for sale by 1. N. LEMON.
A LOT of' new Novels and standard Books, just
Sopened and for sale by
8 28 LANGWORTHY & TILDON.
TIIHE SBTAT OF WO.IA*NA, lSerdth Distriot
rIAtlte o nsat iy.. tA.~ , `'Court..No. 2222.
In the matter of the suocesoto of Parthenla C.
*DURSUANT to an order to me directed
I from the Seventh District Court, I will of
fer (or sale at public auction in the town of
TIr URSDAY, JULY 20th 1855.
at the hour of 11 o'clock, A. M., the follow
lag named property, appertelnlng to said ,eo
cession to wit:
TBHE IOUSE AND LOT,
known as the lhat residence of the deceased.
Also: at the same time and placp, a lot of
Household aad:Kitchen. furniture.
TERMS ol 8ALIE.
The real estate, one thirdh of the purchase
price, cash; the balanco on a credit of Twelve
mouths from idy of sale with eight per cent
interest from said date, to be secured by two
good and solvent surdties, and a special mort
gage to be retained on, the property.
The personal ploperty for all sums of twen
ty dollars and less, cash-for all sums over
twenty dollars, a credit of twelve months, ljth
eight per cent interest fror day of sale, and
to be secured by two good and solvent suretse.
J ,, . W. CATLETT,
WORMS1, MEYER & Co.
T .AVE recently removed from their old stand,
.L to the store formerly occupied by M.
BLoou, where thecy keep constantly on hand, a
complete assortment of
FANCY AND STAPLE GOODS,
CLOTHING, BOOTS, H1lIOR, HATS,
IIARDWAIE, (ROOKERY, GROCIRTI I*, &c.
They are now well situated to offer every
facility in their line of business and aeeomm
date those who may favorthem with a el6.
a 28 8-y
MUILLS, CLEVELAND, & Co.
Provision aildGrooery Store
) ESPECTFULLY inbrmn their friends and
1 the trading public, that they have on hand
a large and com pdteestodk of
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
together with a well selected asstotment of
Pry Goods, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Hardware,
and In fact every article in dminand, for Family
or Plantation use.
They are prepared to make advances on
Cotton consigned to OA KEY & HAWKINS,
and to afford all the facilities usual in their
lit.n of business. a14
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
UIIE UNDERSIUNE)D, begs to' informn his
I friends, and the Inhabitnuts of East Fell.
ciana, generally, thvt hle has disposedl of hl
stock of Drugs and Chemicals, Proprietary, and
other Medicines, to Messrs. JI3EclEln o, & l$AR
TO), and, from Mr. Beeclchno's qunnlifications
and references, as an Apothecary, feels great
ileasure to reconlmend huin to the Ilotice of his
iate supporters. WM. SADLER.
Clinton, June 10, 1855.
The undersigned take the opportunity of
ilformlinlg the planters and inhaditauuts of East
East Foliclana, genearlly, that the
heretofore carried on by Mr. Win. Sadler, has
been purchased by theni, and will now be con
ducted under the style of IIENRY S. BEE
CIIENO & Co.
The stock of Drugs and Chemicals will be
entirely overhauled alnd replenished, every ar
tic'le sent from the store labrl/r,, and rell wrap.
pld, anlld guaralnteed to be of the purest and
The store will not lie heft night or day, and
especial attention and care will be paid to
'hysicianl's iprescriptiois, in the dispenllsing of
which Mr. lleclheuo has lilad great del(lI of
experiencle for iinilly years.
E very artic, Iusuallsllly kept iy. D)rlugis;ts,
will be sold hierelc, Inil en (lil'llio or list of
vhichI is lullllecessal lry, ibeClluse shll olnllny thing
be laskell fiorl, not ill ollr stock, it canil lie piro.ll
red at a few days notice, as 11. II. & Co, will
be receiving pnlkages fromll New Orleans and
tile North all tilhe timlle,
j23 I1 Rtl' Y S. IIEECI IENO & Co.
Saddle, Bridle, and EHarness manufactory
S. LOOJ~ S,
North side of the Public Square..
SOULD respeltfully inform his patrons and
the public in general, Ihat he hasuejust re
ceived it large and well selectedcl u.orltlnent of
LEATilIEI, IIARIWARE, &c.
suitablle for the luauli cturec of any I1l every
article that llay hb wanted or called for in his
line of busiless : viz.
~Al\ DDLES, BRI )L1.S, HA RNESS, &c.
His stock of Leather uhs Ibele selecteil with
great elro, land is of the best q uality.
The hSuudllory hardware 's di.rect from New
York, and is of tile latest style ad11 palttern.
With competent and experienced workmlnl
to manufacture this material, he hopes to give
perfect satisfaction, and will warrant all work,
both as to quality and execution.
IlA CALL AND EXAMINE. vIt
I can furnish planters with a superior nrti
cle of leather for sewing gill htands.
N. B. All open acaoliunts muiist lie settled
on the lst of November. no 9
T HlN undersignerd has tht fillowing varietles of the
I most dellelous sgyrups, viz.
VANILLA, ORANOE, LE;OIfN, (1NGEKR, BANA
NA, 'PEAR, re. &e.
which be otferi' at a lower ruat than any othter house,
and in qunutitles to suit the buyer.
je 2 W\l3. GURNEY.
25 15. CUaaluocl, wiurrnuteu, for saie by
4 jel0 1. N. LEMON.
Corner of Oe sn4 S Bh4.° to
8-Pric a, rodnea; old st
a 14 aJOfl ,1 pp r~f r
The Unibtn 3retºS.
N. 3. CORhIUR OP IAN 1 0UB IQAANB,
OLINTO4 ,La. ,
LAVING thoro lly rep indiao, rW r"
11 nihodfhb popular - d w.MYmbum hem
then iss gedar preperd-to ead~~d
err and entertain T ra v o li e c . A%* '. wil
be furnished .lth the' bait the'ornuak4esa
forJ, aid no PJnh ot .a eiiods will, be sped
to phada .and-inarnmodat. tborn M. W go
favor thon with tbst rtr~ea., '. ' i
IILZVUM1i~lk r~f atO.us, ···
Connected withth1; ;Uh1 b',rl1agc 'mdA
roomy ttahlo. E wr at S wI be paid W
Horses pkcedratu ý7r4rid JWS (e' i , '1'. ,
Horses, BngkIu% "Sglthhlw GU . ,t1SW
a14 WOMUEANK Dt~I .
N. W. CORNER Or
forgonthe a cepithOo
coarmdcWboibh·oa Tavellid :ý'` " (
i coinptct order, and) tho p. jietar 411t1
aclther'pulna or nioynr ia n ryU4ttifl hIt I
IrIIIc· iectrictt for all who n~ipdy fi~ed
There is a I ddeil)E g
attathedl to the prbbiidoi "d, rmu's
tlvo grooms.' ýT $
WILLIAM ,iLLP E IVIl
Ohliton ard htdaoifmh s
M L A T1 GTXW'
wnmot of thb Mall StgeI4l
tween_ Clinlon &hn. Rotw,
the nude I InAdtl~od'c~u fIftl. Abe
trnvctling jain bllk, thft ý ým1 hi
nciwh waiy, EVERY DAY' II
From Clinton to r I;s1Oo u o, to
~~oagc, ~ a lO a ckpo 4~1'
Ratkion Rogo,.: $ 6 B q ,,..$30
Mt.Witiiui ... 2 00 mt. 1 s;I *.
rthPlu 2 60 'lai . ..' , 1
)C..Evcry attcntiounpuki to th ,cwntprt, gild
convechIecL of Id Jneogra,
Inn r 9t WM L?1t.?
Gold Mine Di.OoverM h In C1.u.
coME AND SEEP
DIRECT FROCOY1WUA4PQU44J+RT~I. *,
NAUMAN & S]TRAUBS
Invite the attention of the peopil of Clinton,
and viclnity, and the ladles especially ,to their
new and well selected stock of goods.
WATcKus, J.wio,av, &e. compirlslng T. T.
Cooper, Tobias, aad real Joosdph JTolnon
movements; Swiss and English Lovers, to
goether with a splendid stock of Eastern
J.wg.Inv, of the latest style mddbbesb finish,
&S,vmE & PI.ATrD WARM, all doscripllOu.
Tonr.aT A wrwTIrCs ; PIerfmery, Hair Oil, I'-o
inatum, Fancy Soap and Extracts, direct from
WORK Bioxas, Port Monnusle, File Poeket,
CARD cAREs; silver, pearl, andshell.'
RAZonas Kasnvs, Roger' bust brand.
Books, consisting of standard and miscolla
SCHooL BoorK, recommnulded for their high
and instructive character.
PoK.Ms, of American and British autlhra,
N6vEIs, latest and best pulished, tlith a
great variety of other interestiog rending.
Music; a line lot of sheet msanle, cmbracing
pieces fronm the most gifted eompose~s.
We haLve slitable arrangements to procure
iooks, so that orders left with ns will be
i~3rWatchles and Jewelry entrfully repair
ed by the best of workmen, and warrnated.
We soll'lt a sihare of the publicl patronage,
feeling convinced we shall be aloe to give en
AW"AII articles sold, warranted as repre
seonted, or the money refunded.
ig"-Sign of the BIG WATUI, east of the
Public Square, opposite the Post Ofmlce.
je 9 NAUMAN & SHTAUSS.
i)isso1ution of Co-partnersmlp.
ul lE co-partnorship hrcetofore existing bo
. twoen T1homnas J. Worsham, and James M.
)ixon, in the Hotel busiess in Clinton, was
lissolved by mutual consent on the 2ith April.
Thomas J. Worshum will coutinue the busi
ices on his own account, andt respectfully soil
cits a coutinnance of the patronage of the pub
lic. THOMAS J. WORSHAM,
m 8 JAMEB M. DIXON.
THIE UNI .N HOTEL TF, SA'LE.
THOSE ineo buildings whlqh haeq bpon
,recently repaired and put in complete or.
er, are dw offered for sale.
TL. buildings are splcious and well fitted
for the Hotll business, being contral in their
location, and also provided with every neccs
sary ~onivelienee for carrying on the busiaess
A large and 'ommnodious stable, good woll,
aud all requisite appurtenances are un the pre
For terms, apply at the Hlotel, or to
may 5 _ JAMES M. DILXON,
W ORUK I(XEI, BIivli ig eases, ruturs, razor tf lcop)
puIffY' ,oxcF, Ac., for Yale by
a 28 'LANG O RBTHY k TILDOK.