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DAILY EDITION '
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I)EFEA T OF MR. JOHN HO WLEK
Wo regret lo Bay that Mr. John How
ley, Democratic candidate -foAssoclato
Jostlcei La bean defeated by Mr. Bovere
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lfcrOIlliUUU iUUClltUUCIll JJCIUUUIBllU
candidate, by majority of thirty votoa
Thla remit will create raUoti Indigna
tion among Mr. Howloy's friends, and
furnish to, (ho Bepublicnoa ft w ipoi
with which they may inilict upon the
Democratic organization In tbia county,,
aot a little injury.
There were aeveral causes which cob.
tributedto Mr. Howley'a defeat, but the
hlefeat were, apathy on the part of hla
parly friends, and a concentration of ef
fort agaluit him on tbo part of theRe
publlfeans and tho chronic Democratic'
Arfer Mr. Howley's nomination, tite
republicans concluded todefeat bin, aad
their leaders made a "bargain anal Mb)"
of some kind with hla Democratlo en"
sales. This ia erideut from the fact thai
tho regular Republican nominee for Aeso
oiate Justice, Mr.Wiu. Parrott.d.dfwf rw
cclvt a etnylerotcin C,droi or Cltarcreek
precinct, tho republican strength being all1
ooncontraied lu favor of Mr. Marchlldon.
But even this flunk movement would
havo had no good resdlt if the Democrats
of tho city had been truo to their politi
cal organization. Marchildou's majori
ty in tho county l only thirty. In Cai
ro ho received one hundred and forty
nino vote, while the upbeat voto cast in
tho city for a Republican candidate wm
ono hundred nnd one. ThU statement
proves that forty-eight IJt-iuocrals bolted
and thiii defeated tho Democratic nomi
Who wcro the bolter? They were
thoPnmomen who have, foryenru, with j
a persistency truly astonishing, refused
to vote for tho regular nominees' of their ,
party; the same men who bolted Mor-jj
gan, O'Melvcncy, Mycw and Oberly; j
tho Incorrigible "strawberry noses"
who have been coaxed, uud patted on
tho back, and taken time and again Into
full fellowship with the Democracy; who
have been fed upon political dainties;
followed with ailbctionate words of re
monstrance and love iuto all their way
ward wanderings, and have still, year
after year, struck at the hand of tho De
mocracy and made their beda with the
Radicals. Thefce ure the men who are ru
apoiuible for tho defeat of Mr. John How
toy forty-eight "rip, fctavlng, Hit 'ora up
agin" fellows, who don't enre u great
deal for any thing but the "rowy," and
upon whose eara words of expostulation
fall liko ruin on a duck's back, making''
no impression. These are good fellows
bully boy, uud all that, but ttio ''regu
lar" pemocrati gain nothing by coaxing
them; by inducing them to go into our
conventions, or by nominating them for
ofllce, and compelling sound Democrat
to vote for them, while they coolly bolt
their fellow candidate, The fact Is, tho
only way to deal with men of thla kind
tri to fight them.
But even these boltera could not have
defeated Mr. Howley if tho true Demo
crats had turned out. There aro about
Heveu liundrtd true blue Democrats in
Cairo, and only two hundred and
teventy-four voted last Tuesday. In tho
Fourth Ward only ono hundred aud ten
voted, and many of thcio were Ameri
cans. Where were Mr. Jiowluy'n- Irish
friends? Why did they not stand by
him? Hi has, at loast, two hundred in
that ward, and only sixty or seventy
voted for him. If thirty-nine moro had
voted, he would have been elected.
More than this, Irish Democrats, or meu
Who pretend to be DomocraU, elec
tioneered against him; and, worso still,
an Irish uandldato on tho democratlo
ticket openly opposed him. How, in the
light of these facta, can Irish Democrats
blame anybody but themselves for Mr.
And Mr. Howley i not altogether
blameless. While his opponent, Mr.
Marchlldon, was actlvo in tho canvass,
ho remained passive. Wo know ho Is
not of those who take pleasure in tho ex
citement of a political campaign; and
that a quiet, Mnd-hoarted gentleman, ho
detest tho rancor that grows out of con
troversy; but, for all that, it was his, as
It is every candidate's duty, to do his best
to secure tho success of hU party.
We regret tho result, nnd hopo It may
teach the Democrats a valuable lesson ;
teach them to not trust too much to
luck; to not nominate men who aro
chronic boltora; and, always at all tlmtB,
to not as if defeat wero to bo feared.
iST ThoEmporor Napoleon's physician
thinks ho cannot live six months. His
disease is fungus in tho bladder.
Bs? A Nashville paper reports that tho
caucus which concocted tho defeat of ex
President Johnson, tendered their mini,
atlon for United Stilton Senator to Hon-
Dorsey B. Thomas of tho Senate, but ho
refused tho proffered honor, saying that
ne wush juiiuniiu man.
Bfir Hon. Lot M. Morrill hns hoen an
nolnted United States Sonatorby tho
Governor of Maine, to fill the vacancy
caused by tho death of Senator Feesen
den. Mr. Morrrill's own term in tho Sen
ate expirou oniy last march. Ilou. Han
nibal Hamlin being eleotod to his plaoe.
A9 WOnt) ABOUT OUR NONDE
SCRIPT DEMO CJiA 0 Y.
In Alexander county, wo have a num
ber .of democrats of a genua altogether
Wonderful. T They aro nondescript, and
tht person who can properly 'describe'
them haa not yet beea born. They make
loud profession of devotion to democratlo
principles ; 'M, iadeed, If they awe worthy
belief, the cream of the party ; know ex
actly how many worda should be ia lto
platform; what (those word are, aad
how they should be constructed into sea
teases Haviaf a due appreclatloaof
their own merits, they do not hesitate to
tell the party who" irWeltf be Ifc 'nom
inate: and. belnar theaulnteeeenceof the
.organization, publish that thay, of' all
en, are mo proper peraona 10 occupy
offlclaV peeiMeaeaaal gerge themaelvesi
at the fleek pots of the party. Ia it there
fore wondorful, that theae democrats
should reseat the insult when the party
nominates other men for ofllce, or dares
to adopt resolutions they have not pre
pared? .They are leaders, aud where Is
the man iwi(h audacity enough to do-1
dare that occasionally they should fol
low! ,Wo admire these democratic They
have about them that self-assurance
which never fails to make men at
tractive a degree of egotistical Insolence
that dazzles while It overwhelms.
While this N true, wo protest that they'
should not require "straight" democrat3
to kiss their feet, nnd grovel In the dirt
before them. And yet that is what n
great many (democrat have been doing
for several yeore pat. Thorc can be no
doubt of thlri. It is a patent fact.
Let us look at this matter through lion
Somo years ago a democrat bolted the
democratic ', candidate for Mayor of
Cairo, nnd was elected to that ofllce
hiuiBelf. The next year, democratic
convention made the bolter tho regular
nominee of the party, and elected him.
Last March'the same man bolted again,
but did not succeed iii-MCuriae; als elec
tion. That maa is uw'chifBiaa of' a
regular democratic coesmittee,.aiHl does
not hesitate to declare that afewIU aet
submit to the decile of the party waa
the decision does BotUlly 'yJih, de
alres, f r
"Again : A Democrat,, wholkdjejMie
a barnacle, boltd the Deaiocratieeandl
oate for Sheriff? -Helwasdefeated.The
next, Spring, ho boted the Democratic
candidate for Mayor. " was
a delegate to tho convention that nomi
nated Myers for Sherill, aud before the
oonveniiou pledged f his M'ord of honor
that he-would support tho uominco of
tho convention. Did ho do so? He was
n friend of Mr. Hogan, who bolted and
ran against M. Myers. This Fall the
samo man was n' member of the conven
tion that nominated Mr. Howley. Did
he support him? And yet this man ii
still recognized as a Democrat; aud any
word in disparagement of his democracy
Again : Ou thoDdemocratlo.Uoket vot
ed for last Tuesday, the names of sever
ai bolters appear, and one of the candl
gates openly electioneered against Mr.
Howley. And yet tho timid men of the
party say: "Hold your peace; let ua pat
these meu ou the back nnd get tuem
back Into the democratlo fold."
Now, we protest against this "fast and
loose" polioy. We recognize the right of
every man to vote aa he pleases; but we
do not recognize the right of meu who
always vote against the regular nomin
ees of the party to come into democratlo
conventions, get upon democratic tickets,
and in every possible manner act with
tho party, except In the Important par
ticular of voting Its tlckot. This is a
game that is all on one side; in which
I ndeod the bolters hold all the rumps.
We have been all along willing to forget
tho past, but what assurance can now be
gtveu that theso men will uot Btill con
tinue to play ut tho Qld game? None
whatevor. Thoy have, time and
agaiu, deceived the democracy,
and they should not bo put forward and
allowed dictate to tho party its policy or
candidates. The democracy should cith
er abandon its organization in tho city
aud county, or else fight and put down all
its enomles, no matter whether they are
radicals or bolting democrat. There
aro many "straight'' democrats who will
uo longer submit to havo their councils
intruded upon and their ticket loaded
by professed democrats who are only
truo to the party, when by voting its
tlckot they contribute to thetr own pur
ses or thoso of their friends.
STSeufttor Anthony, of Ithode
Island, voted In tho fcSenato for tho Fif
teenth Amondment, aud when the Gen
eral Assembly was in session at Now
port, ho mado two visits to that city to
lobby against its ratification by the Leg
islature of his own State.
. . o
M? Marguerite BeUanger, tho famous
mlatres9 of tho Emperor of the French,
who, In 1S38, had a violent quarrel with
the Em proas Eugeuie, in consequence of
Iter refusal to leave Purls at the request
of tho Empress, died tho other day at
Fassay, of consumption.
J. II. Oberly, Eq.
i TheJeaaoeraey,of this legislative dla-
Irkt ,ere " -glery.
The eonteet waa cloao and bitter;
the radicals unscrupulous and untiring.
.We have met taeaa at every point and
routed then la utter confusion. We
SHM fatly , 1 VfaJanBvva wwHigr, m .PW WWII1
stioBghold for years, sickening of cor
ruption amL.reaal J?yp"y has gone
democratlo 7by aeVWty.fl ve. Mr. ' J. M.
Washburn, the gallant standard-bearer
of the Democracy has been elected mem
Of the Constitutional Convention.
A. X Lemma.
Gotcon, M., tfor. i, lit.
Ed$. MtUMln Ieo., W. Brown, De m
ocrat, has carried Pope by something
over 100. Two precincts to hear from,
both democrat!?. 86 far as heard from
his majority Is 81. The two precincts
will make over 100.
Tho Republicans split on Kuykendall
and Peters. A good number-quite a
large number-of Republicans voted for
Brown. W.P. S.
Tin: Ei.EorioN i.v vjlbki county.
Tho election In Pulaski county was
badly mixed, there being threo or four
candidates in the field for nearly all the
offices to be filled. Wo are enabled, how
ever, to cipher It out that tho county
has gone Democratic by a hnudiome
probably an increased, majority. In
every Instance where there was a square,
open contest between a Democratic and
Radical candidate, the Democrat was
elected. For example, George S.l'ldgcon,
Esq., waa elected County Judge over tho
Hon. A.M. Brown. Hugh Craig was
elected Treasurer over Elijah Depew.
We regret to add, however , that that
staunch Democrat aud excellent jfgentle
man, Copt. Hamilton, was, by a combi
nation 6f circumstances, local prejudices,
personal compromise?, etc., defeated by
hla radical competitor, Caleb Hoffuer.
Col. E. B. YAtklns, .Democratic nomi
nee, was elected County Clerk, and Mr.
Aldredalao a Demooratia nominee, was
flfjjlrsMiii? w". Dni-ultf'np Y7nnfn. Hlrn
Alexatide'rPnlaskl'coanty elected tho
whole Democratic ticket, with the ex
ception of one CAQdldatetlund, as in the
case of Alexander, that oandlduto wan
running for the oftlco of 'Aasoclale Jus
THE KLECTION M 11.110 JVtEY DEFEATED.
Through the almost criminal apathy
of the Democrats ofCufro, Mr. John How
ley, democratic nominee for the office of
Associate Justice, has been defeated by
Mr. Sovero Marchlldon, by a majority of
thirty votes, This fact has not yet been
officially announced, but it may be ac
cepted as entirely reliable. With tbo
exception of Mr, Howley, tho wholo
democratic ticket is elocted by n major
ity of about two hundred votes. For
Messra. Howley and Marchlldon the diff
erent precincts voted as follows.
TrrclACta. Uowlcj, MarchlMon
KoultiCiklra 1(4 H
North Cairo 110 M
Claj Cf )c...m.h....w a ......... ......m. ....... 9
Tbabos 4 0
Santa Ka...M 2 . - 17
Ooeaa, JilaiiJ,, ,.., 8-J 10
tOf TOOth T 15
llailairvod... , "I .... . - - it
Nearly one thousand voters stayed
away from tho polls.
teaT Schuyler Colfax is still grinning
that everlasting smile of his iuto tho faco
of the: nation.
A KMC II Dt'IX,.
Prince do Metternlch wished that tho
weapons should bo sabres; and M. de
Beaumout, although lu the character of
the offended combatant, aud therefore
entitled lo the choice of arms, consented.
Tho duel look placo between ten and
eleven o'clock, Hot at Brussels, as has
been stated, but at a short dlstanco from
Straaburg, on an island in the Rhine,
which belongs to the Grand Duchy of
Badeu. Tboaeconds were for tho Prince,
the Count do Welucrsbeim, attache of the
embatay, and the Prluco of Saltan; for
M do Beaumont, tho Viscount d'Oroet,
captain ot cavalry, uud tho Count du
UmuvIUo, a member of iho Jockey Club.
When they hud arrived on the field
tho seconds arranged the preliminaries
of the dual, which it was decided should
not ceaso uutll the surgeon had stutcd,
that either of tho adversaries was Inca
pacitated. The Prluco attacked his op
ponent eagerly, and according to tho
rules of the special weapon ho had Se
lected. M.Jdo Beaumont, on tho other
hand, only purrio. uud, as ho did not
know the management of tho sabre, he
only made thrusts with the point. Sud
denly ho fell on tho Prince most furious
ly and pierced the upper part of his right
arm through aud through. Tho hemor
rhage from tho Prince's wouud was so
great thut he turned deadly palo. The
combatants, who hud saluted each other
before tlio fight, did so after it, but with
out exchanging a word.
MM.,. Irlm. wim llltfln in Mm nlininnll
whluh Meilamo du Bussleres, mother of
. a 1 a.. I.I f f . . il. .
Mauameuo rouriuniea, ouuiiiues in mo
suburbs of Strauburg. His medical
attendants have decided thut ho Is not
to leave his bed for ten days or ft fort
night M. de Beaumon. it may be ad
ded, la the gentleman who, finding some
letters in his wiie'a boudoir the tenor
which displeased him. he hashlnco been
answering them himself with chal
lenges' to fight. M. de Beaumont has
now been out thrice on this account,
wounding his maa ba?eyefy40ccaaioa.iIi
ono of them, the young Viscount, Clapa
rupe , being run through thejlunga, and
the latest victim. Prince de Mettsrnlch.
having his arm slashed severely. He
has an appointment to fight the Count de
FiUjawM, iad atf eabct.aater withiM,,
la Red6rteVln aeum 'of' artg4BW
Several other gentlemen remain to be
called out, and one of the eondltiona of
the meetings is that they shall be contin
ually renewed, as soon as the wonaded
recover. unill'Mde lleaaaMat oroaeW
bis adYersarleae.klUed.,,, ,lt, , Jot t)
An InKrratlna; Leaf frM Ita ltt7.
This county waa settled at a very early
date by the Frenoha.nd Spaniards. The
county seat of the county, New Madrid,
was laid out by a Col. Morsran. of New
Jersey, under thol paWetaasje'of jfcti
opaniau iving. xi waa tne lnieniloa to
make Now Madrid the capital of the
then expensive colonial empire of Spain
in North America. Its situation,, forty-
fWo miles below tho mouth of the Ohio
river, on tho Mississippi, seemed pecu
liarly adapted to mako the embryo city
the centre of this empire. From the re
cords of that time 1 find that tho limits
of this new city of Madrid were to ex
tend four miles south and two miles west
from the river so at to cross, m it fa said,
a beautiful, living, deep lako of purest
spring water one hundred yards wide
and several miles lu length, emptying
Itself by a constant and rapid narrow
stream through the ccntro of the embryo
city. The banks of this lukc. culled St
Aunls, nreBald to huvo been hlgb, beau
tiful and pleasant, tho water deep, clear
and sweei and well stored with fish ; tho
bottom n clear sand freo from woods,
shrubs or other vegetables. On each Bide
of this delightful lake streets were to bo
laid out one hundred feet wide, aud a
road to bo continued around It of tho
same breadth ;aud tho streets weredlrcct
cd to bo preserved forever for the Health
and pleasure of thecltlzous. A street ono
hundred and twenty feet wide, on the
bank of tho Mississippi, was laid out.aud
trees were directed to be preserved for
the same purpose. Twelve acres in tho
central part of the city were to be pre
served lu liko manner, to bo ornamented,
regulated and improved by the nagls
tracy of the city for public walks, and
forty half acre lots for other public uses.
Such was the magnificent plan of the
Capital of New Spain of the West. But
like, many other great plans it was dee
tided to remain unrealised. Most of the
original town during the last 30 years,
has been washed into tbo river by the
changing course of tho river.
M O ItTA I. IT V A M O M J Til U l'UENlDEKTN.
Thoro have been fifteen persons elected
by the peoplo to tho office of President of
tho United States, Of thla number the
present Incumbent la the only survivor.
It Is truo that Messrs. Flllmoro and An
drew Johu4ou. who,, were chosen Vice
Frecldents'and became PrcSfdcnts by ilio
deaths of their, chiufd, .Taylor mid Lin-corn,-aro
still Jiving.- This Is c'xtruortlln
ary mortality. '
Tho first ProMdentp Gonoral Wash
ington, died while ttio second .President
was in office. , '
Tho second und third, John Adams
and Thomas' Jefferson, deceased while
tho sixth President was lu office.
The fourth President, James MadUon.
and tho fifth, James Monroe, expired
during tho Administration of President
Jackson. But tho fifth President, James
Monroe, died five years before the fourth,
The sixth President, John (fcilBcy
Adams, lived until 1819, aud died when
James K. Polk, the teuth President,"
Tho aeventh President, General An
drow Jackson, died three year before
hla.predecctsor, tho sixth President, viz:
Tho eighth, Martin Van Buren, died
in 16G0, when Andrew Johnoon was ;in
Tho ninth, General Harrison, expired
ono month nfter his Inauguration in
Tho tenth, James K, Folk, died within
threo months after leaving ofllce, iu May,
191?. -v .V f ;
General Taylor, the eleventh Presi
dent dlod in office in July, I860.' , ,
General Fraukllu Pierce, the twelfth
President, has Just deceased, being tho
Inst survivor or tne ex-rresiucnia;
His euooessor, James Buchanan, de
parted this life in June of last year, being
the thirteenth President.
Abraham Lincoln, the fourteenth
President, aa U well known, was assas
sinated in April, 1853, being the second
month of IiIh second term.
We gleo below a tablo showing tho
number of years each President lived af
ter the expiration of hla Presidential
teim, taking no account of odd months:
deorg Washington t yrara,
John Adam ........2J years.
'I'licmru Jftlomon IT cr.
Jamea Mad hod - ....19 jreara.
James Monroe 6 year.
J O. Am.. ,39 yoar.
AuJrcw j.Kon ycari.
Martin Van lluctn n U yrara.
W. It. JlKrrIion,... Pled In offloa.
J, l'olk 1 inos ttflor explrntion of ottto
Crnoral 'I.. Taylor. , Dit in office
Kranklin 1'icico t 'ti yeara.
Jainrii llucliannn ....,,.. ...... ... m ... . i ycura
AlTilum Lincoln.. . . ......Pu-d In o4Bce.
THE lliY WHO HOULUN't TAIJK.
1'rom the Indianai'oll Sentinel
There Is now living ono mllo south of
Stony point, in Jackson couuty,Missouri,
n boy, born lu Mercer county, Virginia,
Ho Is now about uluo years old, and has
never ppoken to his father or mother, or
uiiy person not a member of tbo family.
When alone with his brothprs and sis
ters ho converses freoly aud plays lively.
When neighbors, ohlldrou visit them he
will accompany them, but will not
speak a word in their hearing. While
alone, and not awaro of the presence of
others, he has been beard to whistle aud
slug. Ho displays some genius in mak
ing sleds, wagons and many other things
thatchildreu amuse themselves with.
Ho weuued himself at seven mouths old
from bis mother's breast, and could not
be. induced to nurso afterward. His"
father camo to MMeouri on board or a
boat Tho paflflingrir, discovering his-
singular freak, tried all manlier of plans
to Induco him to speak, offering him
large sums of money; but all services'
failed. His mother says she has coaxed w
ai times, at otners teased, and others
whlaoed him. and vet be will not sneak
PfX9 word to her. When ho Is not far
away .at piay ana sue cans mm ua win
ck as he oau. and do what
she tails him with a lively good humor.
in laepreaence or strangers ne is rjaanrui
aad distant. This boy oan be seen ai
aay.tlme, sixteen miles east of Indepea
denee, and one mile south of Stony
ItUaald thaiTnm Pnraln lia
faaHliarly called, was onoe trying
wp m vuicu no was uppoaeu lo lufi
Utaialr. Wirt. hn 4tia ladnr 4rl. m
somewhat novel mode of dlaoredltiag
me eviaence or Mr. uorwin's chelfwlt-
nMa on whose acnuranv anil illsorlmlnK.
Tkm everywhere turned, by showing
credulity Prapn or aatonlslng
Wlrt Havo you read Boblnaon Cru
WlrtDo you bellovo It all?
Witness Well, yes, Squire I don't
know but what I do.
Tho samo answer was returned as to
Gulliver's Travels, and -several other
works of fiction. Corwin all the while
flgetlng aud gottlng hot. Presently,
Mr. Wlrl, conslderingtho man entirely
tlattencd out, resigned him with a bland: r
Mr. Corwin said ho had only ono ques
tion to ask, nnd put It. ,
Mr. Corwin Havo you read Wirt's
Life of Putrick Heuery?
Corwin Dd you believe it all?
Witness Why, no, Squire, I can't
HUM Dll IT.
A fowyeors since ono of tho business
men of East Boston, tho head of n re
BpccUblo family, took to tho mo of or
den spirits at first raodcrntoly, and
soon ueceuded the condition of a mtseia
bio drunkard. His family wcro unable
to live with him, his partner in business
dlsolvcdwlth him, and finally he eanlc so
low that tho colored w.otnnu who washed
for hla family in his days of prosperity
took; pity on.hlm aud gave him food and
shelter . A few days faiuco bo was remov-
ed to the car of Dr. Cull Is', and is now
lying at the last stage1' of consumption,'
brought on by lutempcrauco. It is the
firatcup that snares; it is the last onp
that destroys. 'Bjston Traveller.'
ir You Hani
Material to inaWa dollar LotUt of the !t Hair
atoratlrcetcr uaelfer reatorlne gray hair to llianj
Inal color, send McNeils for a packagf.
If Yon WitBt
Nice WhltnTefth,ne'althyGum,and aawfltrali
tnd for our TUIIK13I! DliNtKtriOE, prlio,
ir Toa'Wiiut '
A " CMr r- W.l.lw.. CJ4rtJu QitlnfiA ot J,af
tin' In tho earn, send for our ST KltNCTATORt
l'rloe 33 centi.
AddrcM Joteph t.Mhir, 1JI ar!.it Jtrctf.flt.
Louii, Ho. oIydar
A Hnre ColUclloii-ltinrlaml'M llerrlpla.
MagloAtU, Wu-OTtrt, ccmi'ru'liJS raluatla
informaticn fur ovwyUily. Usui ly mad, h9 of
postijo) for 50 cent..
AddrtM It. K. NOHMAXDr, Ml MurUct trr-, Ft
IaQmU, Slo. fcf JTdawly
Of nearly ono hwdred rrotdpta for miking brandy
all kinda ot Wlnp, Oln, Ale, Vttr, Cordll, Snpe rkr
Cider, and much other neful Information for IIiom
dealing In or minuf.vMurlng any of the aboir, ellliar
for tho traJecrlioioauic
Pent by mall, freo of poUe, tar Icenla. Addra
It. E. NOHMANDr.Wl Mke Mreel, Bt.Loula, M.
' Naw Mnrrlaa; Juiac.
AN ESSAT mil VOU.tO MEN, on I'liynlolojiiU
Krrora, Abiinea and Iivaei, Incident lo Youth aoJ
Early alanhood, which create Impediment! to SUH
aiAQIC, with lute mtan of n lttf. tent In ae.tled let
ter enTclopcx, free if charge. Addreo, Ir. S. SEIL
LIN HOUOHTO.H, Howarvt Awoelatlon, Thtladet
ot ertry de'CTiptlon,
l.alh, HUinxtvu ami (nlir Foaia.
YAH) AND OFFICE Corner Commercial an nue aod
OnUr aollrliod nnd promptly filled, r-teambcai
Lumber funu.hoJ on hurt notice. octlB-Qm
aBvory 3VIoirxvlia.fr S
A free Inn.-h wilt bo scrted upitt tho L'tjypllin 8a
loon ami rotauront, at ten o'olocUeiery murulng.
The retaurant has been recently fitted up, auiTpt
aons can be accommodated with meali at all hour.
Corner of tfmli atroet ftnd Commercial Arentty. neit
door to I'oat irc. II. MVIHNR.
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tllOOt Rxili-llHr nV
Cu.- 'iil wi.rk JuWih also Th
on Anderfn, Hie mo.t eminent
Til IS TIEIK IIOiiK8'ioviV;rt':
iiior.n; ... ?vry m
RBCEl VEIVS BALE OF STEAMER
LOUISA. , ,
lly virtue cf i Jwsrio of Use V.inderl.ursh Circ jt
Court, ini4Cftiiohortin CUarlr II. Crawford, Jr,
lt plaintltl, and Ybouua If. Woliu U Ucfundant, I will,
on the 83d day of Novvmlcr next, beUeoa th
houro( teu tMw-l! a. m. and two o'clock p. m., at
the F.TintiUo wharf, eU at publlo actioa h
ateamer Louisa, In r tackle, apparel, and fiirniliirc
Terms a followj; One-thud v'jsh, mie third in nt
day,oiio-thlrd lu ninety daj a. with intercut added
the purchawr o.uiiiik tho ilcferrea pa)menta
nancr riiihble in bank here, with undoubted en
Sorser'. OUO. H.8TAKT. lcelvoe