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In V en anThets-tout vr ta sast.
Mr..1. P. frowe, late alperintendent of
the lauleins Institution for Mute.s nd
the Bllnd, pehllahes in the I'l1enfr's (Par
Iio of Pt. Mary) Ienner, a very lengthy
art cle of general shunse of the majority of
the Board of Administrators, who for res
a.ne beet known to themeelve, thought
proper to give the plaee of Superlntendent
to another. The artilelor advertisement,
in dated in this place In June lant, and weas
evitently written when Mr. Brown wne
out of that even temper of mind, in which
we are only hable to deal fairly and equare
Il with hots. The article Is aluenlated to
injure nio one. in pubhli estimation more
than Mr. lrnwn himself. The piºople of
this oommunity-in which the inatittion
I. Iloeted, are acqualnted with the hlstory
of the matter, to its endl, and every one
who may chance to see the article of Mr.
rmwn, will dimcover how far the hitter
nes. of pereonal asrimony ham lead him
into errr, anid the perver.inn of the naked
truth. We have had our say abhnt the
diilcrultlee anl have not fill.el to award
Mr. lrtown the proper "meed of praise where
we thought him dleerving, but we tre free
to .onnhk , after the the puhlllation hefore
tin, that we have no further word to give
in hise kebalf. ili Ilgure to show a saving
to the ktate, during his administration of
ivet *'O,0f)O, are altgether gratuittoes.
Stuppose ihem,snpportied ,y hall the ueaal
grnad-work of truth; modesty, and the
known deliiracy of true merit, would have
allnwed nome ene lse to diseover and pre
sent euch facts. Mr. Brownelsiatn to have
madie this much to the sate ,by hi.s own
etra servirhe, apart from the diuties of
Superintendent. Mr. IBrown, ays. of thee
forty odd thousand dollars eavesI the
states, "It wa at one time contemplated
making a giftof thin to a grateful eorpra
tin ; it may yet he done; the eneoorage
ment to such an act, are, it lmust he e-n
ftseed,JIlt at present very slight." We
hope, Brown, In nut joking shout a seriolnus
matter like this. When he gets it, we
make no doubt he meaun the town corlpo
ation iand not the state, shall have it.
We can waure him it will not he thrown
away ,on a Stetue, if he givee it to the
town. The word " reping" used recently
In rethrece to "taking down" political
peeches from the stump ; is not the term
to use, for the barrowl ag Brown gives our
friends and neighbers of the Advocate. In
this part of his article, Brown does not
preserve enough of his dignity to receive
a noties from that quarter. The article
cloes with the following rather poeticsl
'o the friends of the Mtes and Blind
throughonut the State I would say let ay
individual wrongl sink intoe nothing in
redressing thoes which the Institution ha.
entered. asee Mule and Blind child heea
lost moren tha I hae. And this hs been
hit by parents, who weeping over the
wrongs of their children, ae they came
here to receive those with whose ea we
have been entrusted, have uttered imnp
atione, deep sand hartlblt, on the authore
of this esnslesm, blundering, shamefhl
crime. Long efter the hand that traces these
Tnern lies pliaed in death, will the sorrow
stricken -hildren of Louielsan on whose
eruel miesortunes those sellhL, recklesn
meno have heped addltional woes, curse
these memory, not in anger, but on grief,
all hopeless and depeairing.
RBrmRwBon.-We are happy to an
nounnes the return of our friend W
8. Pike, E,.q, from the North
where the railroad interests of this
section of Louisiana demanded his
presenoe. In company with Col.
Duralde, President of the Grorse
Tote Railroad, arrangements have
been effected to procure the iron
necessary to lay down the unfa
ished portion of that road beyond
its termination on the bayou. We
are also informed that Judge Boyce
has made the negotiations for igh.
ty mles of Iron for the Ventral
5tnm road, whichb is to coeaMect
with the GroseN Tdets road st the
The Baton Rouge and New Or.
le·ons road, we are happy to learn,
ins iso in a fair way oe being ou
dertakiung again, eoa with the fair
est praimoe of sfooss Mr Pike
informs us that uegotiations have
been opened with responsible par
ties to take the contract, and we
are is bopes that in a few days we
will be able to announce to our
reader tbhat tse work will be com
menaced witb vigor sad eventeually
completed to the satifaction of all.
1Erieam on vir Ciaoeas.--The Mo.
treal Commercial Advertier, of the Ith,
Thern leI trouble amolng the dit smt r
lioneubodie at st. Johns, New BreM
wick, touoching the preedence to be given
them st Ce m .ofo of be Prinoe. The
Preshbteriar havigl addremed to the
Colonala Seertary a letter encernang the
retnldee thatn oUld e given to rOlig
loes bodies In the presentation of sddresem
rsestive for rply theat the Church of
Englanid tood firat, and the Churbch or
Rome nezt. The Presbytersane st ones
took Ire, threatenng to wash their hands
of the whole ooctrin. Wht will be the
upshot is not known. It appear that the
preedence given to the omaun Catholies,
sIter tbe Chureb of England, is not mere
ly an· Impral regulation, but i also found
on an eaastment of the legialtue of the
SOf 1000 staduat or Middlebary
Co Vt., about one-half f those who
have lid to a sumanot ts have enterd
she ma , and of these luTey bLaveea
The great trouble In the present
uavae, rapidly advaeing to the
beat of battle, is very apparently
this there are no great principles
of interest, such as the tariff; the
bank; the Ibundry of Texas, or the
North Western line, to divide on.
The tariff and Incidental protection
to home industry, iN a flied anid
settled princille, upon which there
is no longer dlifferen,, of opinion;
the National Bank question, Isn s
fully exploded as the BSath Sea
bu,hle, and no one darn name a
line to contract our "wrwnt fTir ,-"
)Our Henior Senator, when sp,oken
of rfr the Presidency, wea forced,
to folloW in tihe footsteps of otlher
great leaders ald invent a qiue'R
tion, and lie proposed to purchase
tnIia ; but as Tuba had not oiff'red
to sell IwrIelf the prolposition fell
to, tIhe ground ; tlhough i profiund
iquostiiin might have Ieei n made oI
it, if sonic one from the other side
had objected to the purchase. Un
fortunately fo rthe Senior S.enator,
in the fact that everybody is in fa
vor of having (I'ui if we can get
it. This ins, the condition of ithe.
l'acililh Railroad question. lTheIe,
is nothing to divide the great i.,li
tiul (Captains here, and will iot
ti', until the road is licatedi It
will never suit the touthll nlllnas
it starts from the South. Our
leaders may compromise with
Northern leaders, if they will con
sent, to split open Mason and )ixs
ion's line with it, but not otherwise.
In this lamentable condition of
things to optn the canvass, we
have been forced to fall back on
the African question; which serves
thoe purpose in politils, that thie
weather does, the press. In t his
extremity, as it in lawfill to talk
treason, what could furnish richer
fntI fur exoiteient, than a plot to
dissolved the Union, and set up a
,outhern Uonfederacy, with Mr.
Yanuy at its bead, anud John Mitch
ell, for Prime Misist,,r ? This is a
very handsome scheme. Ift it does
not succeed, then the gentlemes
who are engaged In it, may take
to themnelves the credit of fright
ening people into voting for the
successful candidates, on whose
side the Union dissevers will be
very certain to turn up.
The chief planks of the several
platforms now fully erected, may
be summed up thus : Bell and
Everett. "The Constitution aad
the Union." Douglas and Johnson,
"The right of the people of the Ter
ritories, to regulate their own do
mestic institutions." llreckinridge
and Larene, "Against Tariff-for
progressive free trade, against gen.
eral system of Internal Improve
ment-for slavery in the Territo
ries-with Congressional legisla
tion to establish it Slavery a
National Iatitation.--rse Sels
Pllibetrsterinig-aaeasatlo of rOCU
ba." Liameoln and Hiamla. 'Tarilff
and incidental prroetion-lnternsal
Imnprovetmente-Slavesry a lo in
stitution-galnast Africn slave
trade--loometed bill." Very slimn
indeed, are nh materials for s
row; behms the mmesmity of resort
t, nore thn th te usual Qsiamss of
personality. The New YorLk Lmoursa,
Ko fhr tk mwetfwedswhl alt ways pr.e
ade a hraldwetlsMon, hasL tes, pon the
wholet 1..s aassiolas than suta. Per
h.p, ts ides Ltht aM eof the disorudast
plnidea elemeato may hnsalter lad Ii
on vealest to ooalesee, uggest to all p·ar
te the proprityof benlag more clvil to
-_wh other thanlonarrly. or pemibl op
ahrlteblo nd C are bsomuJmt mot
Ing toward eakh other thm they nesi to
be. HIe thiaa Ita ,maa, yof the poit
cl mresses smeem mor as to poke
tn" to ooCs pooised arrows.
one of the eandll h e bele,,
been aceeud ol anyi es$ta lms, or oeven
of any belsosoi oLm melor. lSelil that
in former rmdlatllal eampaigas sac de
loots= etSle sel usa ila, oeward, tral.
toriLrkard mad bl ,wes applie
toesmetheL mtset lstmgished orndS
das (hr the eleft matrasy, we aess I
the preens .rbesreace fosshe bkios
guardiem as ans inesunao that te * e.
ral efpehtmiles" s tmproving. It is bet.
Ser to be aoreea the vesomose. andI
libreed. A the mbas deepeo sa the
bellis etse arm to helr work harder
worde may be expem; bet we will sprs
I tiepnp l the et a
prominent deuuia, who in·e f
well of their ooatam, sad sever dsoe any
thing to disgrace t lves, stigastised
as raSane are aecastemed toiselgsaa
rai u. S~ahk elometieering is soit
to ldi rtilrLt-thiilg Amwelisas, and the
ommeontas wek it provokes abroad aure
at one meSlTUagsnd assaswserable.
WI6IDINAWAL or T71i ANRIw('A
Dt.NeArm.-Immedliately after Lord
Broughtam's insulting remark to Mr.
)alles, in tihe l,,l.uon h talttical
(Congrens, JTige I,.ngtreel4, the
only Amieriane delelgate presen.t,
withdraw, and inl diig so, publlish
ed an address "to the, publlic."
Therein lie correctas the diflerent
versions of the affair, aed Kives as
follows the true one :
As snoon as he (I'rinlee Albert)
had cncludedl, and the long re
,ounding plaudite ceased, i.Lord
IIr.ougham rose, and after a few re
maeltk strongly san ddesmrvedly
c'omplimentary of the- addresn, and
after calling upoIn all pre.,'.nt to
testiry their salpr,,val of it bIy hold
ilg rup theeir haends (I) lhe turned to
the, A.ewee ienn Miinister, aned address
ltg him saero,ss the- taile o' his
Ityal Highness,, said, "I e.ll the
attentioln of lMr. DLeias to the faet.
that there is a negrn present ; and
I hI"pe' he will feel no scruples on
thalt account0." This appeal to the
.\ne.rican Minister weas teceiveil
with general applause by the Ihose.
The cl,,red ge-ntleman rese, and
said : "I thank his lRoyal hligh
neess and ylour lordship, and lhave
onily t, say that I rnm o mnas " Alnd
this was te(e(ived with lnd ap
lpla e :
In an accompanying letter to the
Morning Chronicle, Judge lioug
srteet, referring to Lord iBroughawms
enlsemw,.ent apolegy, which was
likwine' made to the American del
e-gate, no also doubtless te, Mr. Isal
las, in plersn, says :
It was not 1his lordship's remarks
n, mluch as the reception they met
wilh Iy all my associates of the
Il,.gress, that detefrmlned me to
hleave it. The signs were Infallible
that in that body I could neot he re
eeivedl as an equal. either in cenn
try eor ine ocharacter, while tihe nlegreo
was received with op(,en armtnli.
T'lhey undelrstood his lordship as I
ldid. All the papers understood
him In thee same way, and sone of
then gleory in the eposuere of the.
American Minister, and promise
tlhemselvs a rich treat when the
l'-reeident shall discover in what
ee,,tempt his Minister is held herld
All this relmains precisely as It did
I.foure his lordship's explanation.-
1)1' eeourse, therefre, I caennot re
tIu , tie hetm. They wonld receive
we' courtenuely, ntie dloubt--possibly
tnew with plaudits; but why 1-
Not from any personal respect to
mce or my country, but to avoid
schism in the society-to preserve
its popularity. I am only three
years removed from an Englishman
(I date from the birth of my govern.
ment), and I have two mucoh En.
glish spirit in me to thrust myself
into any company upon charity.
Had the delegates received his
lordship's remarks with a silent
mnile (ill-timed as they were), andl
1Ir. lAeluay's response in thie nsame
way, I never should have left the
Congress. HBut the plaudits came
like a tempest of hail upon my half
Tusn Maruon.-Prof. Bond, of
JIavard College, writes to the edi
tor of the N. Y. 7'ribuwr, concern
ing the great meteor as follows :
it first became visilble in the re
gion of the great lakes, pursuing a
,course E. E. E. fronm the Northern
part of Michbigan, in a straight line
over Lake Huron, Canada West,
Lake Ire,Sonthwestern New York,
t'I., Northreetern part of Penusyl
vania, Southeastern New York, the
.Southwest corner of Connecticut,
Ilng sland Sound and Long Island.
It was seeu 300 or 400 miles out at
sea, and pruobably passed on, te re
sume its path in the solar system,
uidoubtedly a good deal diturtbed
froem its orgiuia orbit by the earMth's
attraction and the resistance offer
ed by its atmolasphere.
Its nearest spproach to our globe
was withlin 86 miles it Was at this
elevation, nearly, when crossing
the BHudson 45 miles in an air-line
from New York. Its velocity was
about O miles a secend. The ver
tical diamelter was onefourth of a
mile, ineluding the brightest por.
tion of the luminous atmosphere
surrounding the nucleus.
Although the above results must
be, in the maia, correct, the diff
culty of reconciling the oaccounts
of diferent observers is sealcient
p rolof that they are open to future
mprovement, especially as regards
the velocity, and the feet of the me
teorite having left the limits of at
moephere and perused its course
Both are poinlats of much astrone.
mical Inateret. The veloity beiteg
known, sand the fact established
that the body had escaped contact
with the'earth, we ihave all the
data neoessary for ascertaiuing its
orbit with reference to the sun.
SThe smooDt of its motion, diminish.
I eli by the part dno to the orbital
j motion of the earth, given a period
of revolution considerably lens than
Those who have had an opportu
nity of witnesinlg an occulation of
either of the brighter stars in its
path, wmould di well to c mIntfuni
cate tlheir Iotei to stirp eini arter
where they will be aceessibll for
scientilfic olj.cts. T'wo, ine.snRel e
S.rthe kind have come to, my knowl
Iiedgei, in wlhic.h tlhe planet Mars was
,cniiltedl by the neteror. Obeervae
tionn by a watch, or by some other
rIliable standard, of the exact time
ofr visibility, are also desirable.
'l'hpe ichltion whether the meteor
ws fina.lly cnsumed in the atmos
pihere, or panned out of it, will be
b,-et delcided Iby its appearance at
sea from vssels two or three hrn.
dl,l mils to, the eastward New
IliiMoin o Truns (JsOsn.-The
I following is one of the experiences of
a eemiss taker in New Jersey. Odll
ing upon an ansint maiden lady at
point somewhat nremeed from rail.
road depots, be opened his bsines.
by saying he was taking the ens :
"Taking the emes, are you
I Well, I reekoer you ern' take none
here." 4he was indignant at his
first remark. "Tat none of your
busines who lives bere, me who owns
this pae. It's paid for, and every
cent of tax s it tow. 'Taint best for
you tw come seeoopig around to ead
out mattem that do'st easamrn ou.n"
lierl bldy, Irptased at the door
thin adhe wiry, en.
bes passus late th house. The
n,euhi twM adly have taken a
seat, but she oferend no sueb luxury
to her inquisitor. "Hlsv I ever bee
marrit t Well I what neat, I wonder.
Perhape you'd like to have our pedi.
gree right down from Adam. But
you can't I I 'speot you're some fel
low from York, oome out to seek
whom ou may devour. Yo'd better
ro o kbe g I Take our sses, le
The marshal tried to esplain mattees
to give her us derstaed the sees
ity and reqirements of the law, par
tioiecrly to convine her that be was
not resident of Gothna. He utterly
I failed, however, for his leat qestion
only increased her ag. tHev I
got any ebhldren I Why you imper'eet
puppy Iow dare yu aper m Jehar.
Sletn lire hel I lived for forty
eight years, and hait never been ten
miles f home. e f you donbt my
respeotlbility you'd better go to our
minister, he kanew all about ma; he
lived here when I was b j he knows
' that all I possesm aI the wid is
this farm, and the twe obees down
to the village, worth vtegetber about
fiftes thessad dollau. la e ea tell
you that I lied with my athr till
he died, having no brothers and is
i tern, sd that I never was marrit,
and ailst so ehlIdme ; he is well so
quainted with the folks living with
me, which is a little girl, a farm man
and abig stout Iri . Bt you
can't ga t a ily laers at of me.
I'm a woman of few words, and I
don't allow meddlers."
The good woman had now worked
herself lnto a petion, and turonin
away sltamed the door i his face.
From her remarks, however, gain
ed the followoing fats : "Miss Abi.
ial---; age forty!-eight; an'e
marrie6,d s hs o oldr ; lpr perty
Sworth 16,000; bhas no brothers a
sisters ; carris on farming , wbieb,
I sier all, was bo sil the linfrmati
hbe eared to possee."
Census or NIw Yon.-The cen
mro of New York exhibits some ore
t markable change
The figurem show very signibotiy
thle realk of the uptown movement
of our people. Nerly all the down
atown wards hae deoreased in the
tumber of their ilhabitats, or are at
a stad-still. The meond, third an(l
Stith wardshve largely increaed in
business point of view, though they
Shave lout in raeldeate. The seventh
ward inoreme is due mmily to the
Sdepopulation of the other lower wards
Sfor busines purpomes, end the inrearmo
of tnlement houses to aecommeodate
tile poor people whom trade habu scat
In Brooklyn, the ratio of incre'e
Swill be very muoh greater than in
this city. The eleventh ward of
Brooklyn, which in 1865 contained
1 2,000, now Las over 42,000. This
Sward is very wealthy, perhaps the
Srichest in the City of Churches. It
may be interesting to note that the
greatbulk of Brooklya propery imi
the hands of men born the astern
The vlue of the real and pmuonal
Sestate of the city of New York, isset
I down at $700,000,000. That of
t Brooklyno, we eaould not ascertai.
Undoubtedly women are natuuaL
- says Quilp, for with them art ia na
; iw YOaU Woolt MAnlst -The U. R.
Econo*mlt lrports improvedt l ativity in
the wool market ; anId say that a ooaidi
mrshleqeantity of Texas wool had atrived,
lad hoiai o~rMl at, fair lthiIe., had sold
rendily. Abont on' hales rf this desrip
tien changed hands., a .tarhort aie. for
washred, and 24 e( 9ir. rfor unwashed.
This i. better than we etieteel. iDuring
the samo time I ('lifrornlia wool was eling
at 10) 14 Irta. per h.. and ilpanish at 17 eta.
The Rhipping Liit asys :
The re-cnt large arrivals of Te"xa wool
having Ienrse p,t on the market, resulting
in quite a ctimnllonla to the traden, anri alr
to os.e other desoriptions of wtol tihere
has been an ac'tive lemand this week, awl
shout 603 bhales Taesl, mostly unwashed,
haw Thanged bIni s at, priena varying itrnm
nr, to 9t et.. andl nit for washed--a ,portion
on time, anl part tnh.
Il' Why in a marrierl man like' a
ttintllri Ikcatrsuie lr1e loaneatlfm+re gere
orii at night wlhen Ie ought ntt to.
On the 10th last., at the reulesnce of
Iher mother, Mr. I'. M. Lamhermont, in
the, Pariah of lberville, NM. Il,tUIJI
RII EflRT, aged 80 years arnd a months.
THOPFSON's CZELB ATED
NOVELTIKIUI PII AliTURRItN, Ites.
TIlE FtiroEINIii PAItR (lO(itK.
" 1'Mt'' IITTTIf(1.
" Mirll'TrlERN iUlEN.
" PAHIIAN TItAIN.
" IPIIY Ii.
eamedeled rsee the latest ParidMr d*Ienie -
Manmfaretawernl snlely y s frm Tr"'rhmlrwn'. Iat.
eat Imprvcd (Ultrrr*rtel Plprlrng an Inlmitlrhl
WeeeIs ilde. very PhklIt *rmlp,rd witlh nrr
aame and tfrade mark. th, 1'rrwll., rlr cale
I'lh+ Il-ait I. Ihi'" ('h)resp al.
W. P. £1 C. Is. TD'isIPMl LA Iao.
anlght 119 AreId rey, Nesw tTrk.
A rin a PtE. rtr a s sitraIt', Apply l I the
rsocaegsed at theb eri(Y it.. .
aIug1 AI. . IAlMN.
A I(D-ULOOIe Tof a IIIIed T.
A Ilomb MlH4edr at shkets Imsllas tree
the (tr rorf arietse ale, 3t elies trr Perst
helirra, Red 1t faIrlen AIr ints, o slt s rell
rlatllld, a elh, aad datbleitke e f'r are.
VAre Ual a 1 r.le of ll f t a elrd an ctres.
'le'nl Rad, at IIII1 1 enlthm fronm
the (lai of amO.nal Anag• 1S allee fr,,m Prt
Hn4leI, mid Il l Is r dittesOlI Ios n O.r;
The treat eontali I Mrls ansd isa eio poreaI-.
l at al lw pr Insif applihtllel moade naa. s rcr
further parelela apIpip tIo Ie gr1god e
the Pherfl's Opse. II. V. 1A1IN.
TI11 NIWI DlPOT, whers pa eas get an,
of tfkhe h.4llh, Frreig1 and Ihaesmle Joer.
llte, and Perirdleals.
q` Pew rr esas Paily sed Wekly gepetr to
hari. every day.
neallst. R. L. ItltN3 WOW,
TWre deerl ath f Lthe Ieet 01,.
IN A FEW IAYN
W - wiltl *I in sale, the largest anId bet
iraie stelk of
Olh IoTtlI fArlPtr,
OA ItI'VT TIIf1AD
CAMPIT LI NINr, Ae.,
ever r.lr.rri In this marketL, ald at pslea that
will rrlnapete with Mew olneio c any nther
nrulhhº'n Market. P111 dPM IAtpfoRI..
I M3 AIRAN1 N11111T. are esespete, ter
Ibthe apNelIas of lamber from my mtil
o. et. I sm ready S reelve and Ill
erners for sap Ilad sad qsaatity
sea II IP ARDOUR.
r rVanse,. a. ,.Asps
TILAIIAN A LANDItY,
WIIr asA.i RsaYh ammas Is
WUI w rs P3 PeUos,
whelm w ad Umes ot anI rMIeas.
cNAN, earA. ealoosaut " W•ooPWAaI.
Coasr Afria esad it. lrdh.iadale.
1t0go.rf e aI s DamO, lo.
ICa " II kl.ra ng do4
1 " PIsnsh do4
6 * Madetraad ert Wiaa;
I * Olamr Winre;
1 lsmres la m;
ir bes. IInststter.' ilster.:
mr " I!si 'sre Le4i Desk 01a"
Is " * $4M'aell aOdis do.;
il ' MeLea's Car-ial;
I Ore Jab's do.;
S" hessertId trait Jar;
* '4 Tewa'sa' Shili, * m isad
Sadi U Bsrsspstls;
II * Maiterd;
5o5 Omase qiess;e;
asil A. IS1WAi -h C•O.
Waddlil old stead, ld It., Ie sage.
CELEBRATED PARIS YOKE 8IlIRTS
DALSBBEIMER, IMON & CO.,
Cor. LIareil A T T Pt adjetalag the ashk.
WI n, AAYD to laitem etr Moad sad the
V &ble at large, thatl we e11 opesa
NoMBA? T3E ICTE ns1.,
A lua wrhty llthe Celebrate Parit Tke;
d FOIA I
to whIsh we invite a gimerl esi, a prepa
aagu DAInllIINOr, MO O.
Lhs sad Cordil- es., Zenret, tj:
ter Dleities. bumshtsrI e , b la,
ILVE1R rLAf33 WAIr.
W R mAVmN.,ow not dslie i einctmrnt
of 11190 Plawi Woe. . In r L iMN t1,t
markes, resdiig in pets of
SmaaetetFa etiN p, 11.k
lee uetar l. (tar4 stands.
Carl BIakdp, ('eke Seek.lt.
Peehine roste , Silt beet'f..
Sprup Can.. DRe li~ekhetn
Pal f'raeke.eu, ferry New 9
"oil Picko l'lleheee,
ipase. rook.Ppet, F 1. 1.1.1., m ';etkt
Pork., P1,h mne Pie Relree, eatr Rifterm md I
rvl.tv ccrtklo e l rric Ion nnlic I. c.enl The
SIC,. Uttlleg mrs frorm t . hoot mannfe."trl.e,
et ptlate4d ont, pac AIewlts. (1.11 .1.d emclcn.
oeco atcnek andt .cecpmr. P pie. with New (of".lmc
Pilot I.w PIPRN ellftAitPtIRtl
flewtr. A uWi. 1111/t"a1. mhl*m'l mter J D
J ecArullealcMoeld ammrltmec.
114IA)vM AND EAUIATNTIETN.;
Vrf eeºtetIII rw) hewi 1nmh.7 new pair ecf lerie
3 or t epklcIdle peol *r fit mentl. we w. .ll
say, That In is feow im we will ho eethltd in eel.
bio a Ime. vmrlel m tOat limesi something hmt.n
aufd DAI.il M/R. PtMi) A COt.
ICATHIIER DIJIIT R.
Streemlveel a ite amaeelmt of In, it, 91,
P IT4mad eornleo dueter..
·r411-YI 'IPPR 9 sNRAtfºORi,.
A7 TRhUDORD PRl IOR-To segh room fhr c
A felnl Mn I ofPrpr.r Ilanllorlnro, w. nflrr
floor prw.nt stm' of IY,r.. roll. .t Litt re-c
elerr.. prl re et' IPPlt . HIAl/OD.
(I11O1111011, WrIght's all Tntrer's Ft..np
iL tpitnm hecl. Wtl'RR oftBRAttltetit.
NAVE ToUtS QlERIT.
LItlPUUAI IIPU CAM without wonm a now
SLpmtalmit PIP/II " ltRAlet1ltle.
r .r" nw retoeveIng large rdin to na
W .tn ll of Hreletd ds, arriaes Armner,.
P,.fIe T"1.-, Cbaipe, flail Moods, (that.Not.,
.l.,. l'e.l. brdeeVrOlhm, Woolf CUa..m, Po.r.tkelm,
d.'.,.9,. P11'R10 m ti AtItIltIt.
'ellelte ltretilul.e *tooI". UIng..
HE ,lP eta1tino eet tho Institite, will e.. rt
interned ron Weideeedup, the. l1tet l t-te.t,
leer, 1400l. Am the numneer olf petupila io lee
oc.eitiy lit..iticl mje;.ltati'.t~le chit.l" h..ee
cneecttca eanrly me prmeticmlehl.
W' Poer cleclart oon Winin¶ tenrn. &'..,
tpply tau W. II. N. MAolc tutt1,
anegi Batten foleecy 1.m.
Vellum Veweert Tllow Peserlt
D R. L5,1u4ARD. ot Now Yorkh etlly eermolor
hie Mecth Atarlm.m Pmr. meetn Ague Nt.
teei a n c frtla ?tealmtle aalset Yellow, I
To.-t-fr Mis by /D. A Wee. tU..si.
LeedI r Desa nltg Call.
A PLRARAPTTAlwIir andk aeIdepephfrtel..,
Per al1 wheeI .aleal me retail by
jelyRl Ri. A W . SiYifrL.
LO U S I ,.
by AlbertI V~eoetea. for Rale bey
eeeei" J. UcOORNWCR.
./11 aedoetayd byfatoOEMet his .ricle. a.
1 teacher o Plo...,flatters or Veemllaafln.
W Pmrtm". wishing as Iteterview or Iwith..
petltetle?., Vista* apply ast kti.'' Ih·I Mo
j ROA3IW3.-A mltaatkee maf rpmlat in nn.
V f lb. Oily Iburekss, wa CT
Ill a ~ I ae~al to hlNab of
Plano., V. ISSU. . RA l iI Y/
POE MALI 09 I URnIIIIII"
A I4RAT optttmge reelde sa with
am.rpley ard room, gmtdeS,
etalkie air. The hone as pieasant.
ly eiteimled on Vlortla etreet, Kat
cf the Prient, and will let rented either
witht or witheout the furnitnrt. Ai.Illy (e,
,1. C:. Ittareon, on the Wharf boat.
mug N-lmdr w
DI?. tAY. Is Agnt feer the asIa l mi the meet
at" iofortPatrol Uadleln.a cA ittds -bhuy
youeer Ned dem r eem It. i. DAY.
R ueriecetged rmmpettfally lnferst the pat.
Ile that be bee edhbblldM a
I. this pleem., wbemepermem will /ad may o.f the
Mor 60 ~IPerodiamla smbtlabi I *i the
Sabelptleab rmemlred fi nam ~pr at 4erl
ditee al him cert. R. L.. tl RliiRhNi,
maeff Two loon hettew Pa..; (iIos.
At Seal' eed, Visas sind l Ie Drya.
2(*"* U Ik U aWh Nlstad Leuleor
140 A, ChMro U·ry tiltsImrb1)al
10 Sag New lIta-.rer rhtem.
meg? JIMMrvA DUAL.
(Itaai (Il~h CausO ace.~
ll~l Wlrd getel mid mmd wil 05.1 m
rC~~~r.i mei emamlem. 4U" r~n
meg? IDMLOIJ~Itx ALo.
CPUTS)IIW LP CAMP)r iTCn
A Llici patlemm Im ieu emprtllp r.
J cEaetod)feM kll theWomc Is mmmd of ilacI
mileS Sead Ow wil je ICe I1to,, Ibm lergpc
ma ---d Sa at f mintb a lm.limee.rr
,s eeffiti city9. A melt wll) hiaoattitnc ine
ca. time hte DALSIMItl SI MONu A Ceo
CBlaineeSa plolaptI? attesnde tee.
Bo LVD ltnc5 AYSPr ai by the Derret1I ·
eaglO~ LII DAT'S- Drngorm.nI"
.IA(bIbabh itiem..Ja racetead·CII IMld
Try It-h e bed( at the Dra t~ter. of
eagi N. it. bAT.
makiu~ng Ped~lega Cumirl-Slee Macga
3. ole., e ewawppIyjmmt reemlvad dtretoemh
the mesaafctrp mad rot mai by
meet t. .I)I. D
meld at New Orlee rlgm 5tW ·. SAT. D
- MORE SEGAUS.
I DAVE· jami , aamalL 10,g menare · of thimte
)Jalpi 3. PLUIIXROABT.
TO Dla or c~tIGerra WAVED.-
hawojmltvadp dirm~otn fro Clark A Whit
emeto~rr aily aJaJ p waIto SO femeeh
edaptel be emma.. ume. 5. I. DAT.