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the s.ptlti 0 U * be me a tr wet
Shoes who were idll shet the streets
and asked hy they Isitured shor a pe
doing ethllg. "If pyear settle be o t
ded," said he, "take otherl from me nw
and week I f youee at sed, thatl I
will ales 3ive o." *o fIrtl wis
he d tho ieu leee lem t ba wo ld o
reerlt flre hLbit o idless...
The seeeat ruler was right. It
is to idle we are indebted for all
our sodal a well as political evil.
They may be divided into two bran
ches. It kl bard to dPtermine, which teo
branch operates most prejudicially otr
on the Interests of society. On one in
hand, they make great political capoe
taies and queeton raisers, and on o t
the other, they are vagobonds gi,- ails
ing employment to the courts, hos
pitals and asylums, they are clothed
and fed, sad buried when dead, out
of the soamon treasure of honest uet
Poemsu MArfes.--Among the post spr
osmes estabilshed, disoontinued sad vie
ehanged dalrtl the week endlg the gee
lOth lest., we otice the following : the
SeeU-dsleS.-Walaee Lake, Do ble
oto, L louisIana 1Starkeville, like, giy
Alabamai I Millr%, Van Burer, Ar- i
khseas ) Vrobee Mills, Oherokee,
(erloa Browa's Bridge, Forsyth, sal
Dsre eemS-O-hiehasawhatehee, it.
Leo, GOrhla Water Oak, Maco
g ie, de. Oakland, lall, do.; Tsll
lh, Ilablrlshm, do.; lllerie, thir- on.
ise, do. Algaste, Beate, do.; Osers, wi
De With, Tw Itooek Oreek, Jobs- the
son, do.; Ttehmlngo, Chickasaw, an
Arksamsa amoiegton, RIler, do.
HAne w-Iarrlsburg, Ita. o
womba eswety M., to Taupelo,
Ars B nttSus.-maysS y New b
This is as ag la boe grandee e.
eeles, ably rried ot, are prety
sere i tae ks led at of the gile
o .f a l= /epesetShoe. me elm.tin
Mmtued ensmmel l eadetakirge ail
plund with Sage Is eesigh, sam de
eseduetad with skill and sergy, f
te esesed nd make milliolnaries
dof their prejoae i less ime the s t
it takes to make a prmleig speesola- u
ties, tated with labelel fieeltles, w
bie i pay. Beta th ether head
sat mesantile hoes., with eten4d. pe
ed odim sad apparetly Is the k ll
tide s t ym mt Ilikl tyo pt
do b. r 1s, sian ae toe ntlee Iwe tp
bhy mdtheesasep. tr
g reaed., wkhM eeer perlodioe. ~
ally is ths sestry, the imeller e.
eeras dtolg a mes flled bet a e. di
fr ~~a Sday, however, is net w
isoe with esmerwolsl tres- I
aetions e the Selt tapitede, if the Ill
amobeat has sever easegh to tsilt tt
the teepalde to mo his s n as the tlo
proemmoatve o meWial sapital, to 6
as Impndet eint.. On. of the it
riohest mee e I. New York, aid id
probably the hevsst spitalist Is the h
sitl, with two or at threem eeptione,
has ni Set the last twenty years, pat
his mm M a promissory e m or a
hile esehan p. M e pat the ash b
down (hr li lemoe storek, ad l. o
theeph he oftee gien oredit oever
ask. it. The eseneqeoesee I that te
la she p bepe r I llII the Ilee g
market e the world, while as a beap c
seller o behes ht prhLme oe time
sm nmlpets wiUh him.
New ?soom.-Laet wek we
receivd a mampe of anpr whthb !
purporta to havo beoe made of
W't I l molasme, in london,
on te 0tL Augd., 1860. It i white,
a littile aye, and ua dry a pow. I
def. ~' stwr a which anoon- i
poolee o S aple Iforomm that
there wa a. molasee leo after
competlna the grannaladag pe.e.1
Thie Io h asme Ineties tbswe
rerthnt to bort tim eiaooniapr
olomu, 'The mablue for maling
au aboe te tbeen pMtesed,
eme of them wiebeo New Or
anem in NW mear,ad will he bm.
mediasly taken to a anrg houoe
on tbo onset and Ia merits will
thebr lA ty kted. We will of.
fr no opinon. cm ths Improveent
util we have mere Ilformatio on
Comsmoan. oW £3 umanaw lb
vrav.-Prssident l B3is5
who mssly seld deatht at
tempting t ne Mhs uhorlty, i;
emta hae been weeth supwardso
wil Wet ae red. Oee$1
Wa sis sei ash. wme-h a*age
g tMany people O mpewwpapers,
but few preserve thm; yet the
aet ietefeating tnedio" imagina
ble is a ile of old Rewspipers. It "
brings up the very age, with all its
butlen sald every day iafirs, and hme
marks Its genius e Its spirit more tron
than the most labored description
f the historian. Who can take up
a paper half a entury b(yk, with- f
out the thought that almost every bont
name there printed in now eat up- e a
on a tombstone at the head of an
The writer of the above, which pre
floats this way in a nameless news- tyn
paper, in-or rather was-for, it is "
fair to presume that he died long ,e
ago-an antiquarian ; an antideln- terr
elan, a fossil ; and old fogy. An old rn"
paper, or an old file of papers, in.- '
terest no one. We have a stack in tia
our front otice, measuring nine feet w ,
in thickness-covering-no doubt B"'
over five million of square inches n
of paper, and running back into the asl,
silent and sealed peat-nearly half me
a century. Who cares-who in- s'F
quires to know how time is treat
ing them I No one. Wlho is inter- t
ented in them ? none but the bugs, dra
and they have probed this well
spring of thought--of profound Ul
views and lofty sentiments and di- me
gested them. The paper wheretof th
they are made, looks black, and B
blue; is parti-colored by time, and ran
gives evidence on the edges, that the
it in stealing along listlessly in pur- "
suit of the paper makers who made t,
it, sad the press-men who printed tun
it. Old papers--they do snt bring r*
up the very age with its bustle, ,p
any more, than the seven sleepers "an
who died last week and carried tha
their names ant fame with them,
and left tleir effects, for the living tro
to fight over; Talk of the power of in
the press, and its iniluence I The C
language is figurative. The power n
that it onces had, has become die ly
fused, and partakes of the common to
heapanes of the times. It manu. or
facturers shows and sells itself any i
time for less than thirteen pieces of
silver. It makes great men to or- el
der--it endorses Imposition and m
bolsters up imposters. Who cares ri
for its opinion-who looks to it, for 0'
an honest expresiton of sentiment;
where is the press lessing a news- a
paper, worth more for its truth and t
virtue, than the paper upon which
printed. Old gles are simply old ti
" trash-never referred to, unless to n
to deoided when some early citizen c'
died, whor estate has not been c
t wound ep as tightly as the law al
. lows. This is the only value of old
a files, that we are aware of, and it is
t this that gives them the kind or
Simmortality, which the man who t
died on Wednesday, has-extend
s ing to the mortuary Courts, and
Slasting until the homologation of
e his administrator's account.
rtLovurnsr.- It is dangerous
Sfor a man of superior ability to find
Sblmself thrown on the world with
. out some employment. The rest
Sessmese inherent in genius being
left thus usdirected by any perma
nent influence, frames to itself oc
capatiaons out of ascidents. Moral
integrity sometime aIls a prey to
the want of f aled pumrsuit and theo
man who receives his direction in
oactive life from the forttuitous inm
pes of etl eane, will be apt
Sto receive hL principlet likewis
o, eniu, under such guidance,
Sattatins noble ends, but resembles
Sratther a oopious spring oonveyed
Sin a fallen aqeduct, where the
waters ontinally esape through
er the frequent revioes, sad waste
. themselvese iefetually on their
Spassaullge. The law of nature is here
as elsewhere, blading, sad no pow
erfual rensults evsn ensue from the
trivial exereises of high endow
The lnet maind,when tbhu deati
e tute of a Sled purpose, puses
ll away without leaving permanent
traces of its existeose, loosing its
t energy, by tur aag aside frm its
courme it becoaes n harmlem and
Slneficient nas the lgbtigir, which,
of itself irremeltible may yet be rean
bed powerles by a slight coe
ag. W Ove 5OO hkae len collested
ai - fo, eta n of th widow
d C las Wflslhm , wImmead
m* ed this letalg Te shisems of
JSt. ..ik a*
a the sAshe raseeo
O~etome Suate 1 t5 l
Oeaomsa Olis, IS, th
Deer tErad:-You hate bhosted ime
eonpletely set of mi "new bonet." I
have sem whleh I have been unsfee~rAeoe lett
eseagh to wear eighteen measths, end
have formed quite an attaehmeet for t, Ko
from past strviret end asnoeletionn, hot
lately realising in it. us in many of the fo
grea thinge eof earth eAd -hed flly in
determined to pert with, and get a "new
bonnet" hlot really dear '"met, you have i
s, dilsgnted me with fashionable ladies,
and their t.anen honnets, as to quite re- lat
eenelle me to the old and should you be
present on a eettain occasion, and n,4i'e A
yoe will see at the alter, stdil nifir m A
self and old bonnet. OPilE1IlA. i
(lphelia dear, we certainly had no senh
malice pr".peassed did not intend to in- ea
terfere wih year winter errangements. If i
you dare tin whet you say-if you will pg
wear the old rAase of last season. and st
eon appear as you say, in the fashion of no
Ilst month, then you shall be a heroine, Oi
worthy of-if you do not get the laurel. lot
But t(phelia deer, your resolation may be ed
gond, hut we fear for the practical appli- ito
eation of it. Men are white-livered end sic
ehicker hearted-they who herave been s
made with stronger nerves and more pow- the
erful mtselee, have not the moral eotrale tor
efhatk- hone to stand out httidly against i
the edicts of fashion. Fashinn has decree die
-that man being reasonable mnust pet sa
drunk-and he who does not play at oft
eertl, cannot expect to pane current ua a en
flnishe4 gentleman in polished soeliety. th
Dere, ophelle, in the courage of true weo- t
manhood to do what you say, wear, up to eit
the holidays the old mode, eand you shall Ti
be as great a queen, as that in Cinderell.
Boast not fair Ophelle, that your igno
rance, of the needlie and of the -wein, end j
the thousand and one untold household
a.complishments which make the true
woman, i eas profoutn, as that of the hot hi
tie sheped Belle, who shtows to no adven- N
tags out of the glare of gas-light I He 21
asrered tOphelie, that there are obsolete
female aocomplishments that go to make in
up t ue true women, which are the lovely of
and mysterious leod-stone of attractin..
that tdraw ,niversal admiration.
Ten New 'l~e,*nv.-European as
tronomers are still busily occupied is
In discuseing and verifying Dr. Le-a
carbault's discovery of an intr.
Meoruial planet. Since the comr- I
mnnoement of the presentyear, near- w,
ly i dosen eminent men have writ- IS
ten on the euliject, among whom *
are counted such names as Lever
rier, It.-etau, Wolff, Faye and Car
Few, who take an interest in sea- st
entific matters, have forgotten the pi
I marvellous proct. by which Lever- e
Srior first eurmised, and finally prowv
r ed, the existence of the planet Nep- II
ture. Among all our century's ex. a
it nple of the poetry of science, this tl
Swas, perhaps, the most sublime. It a
I took rat.k with tlhe grandest pan
b ages in the lives of (lhlileo, Kep- a
ter and Newton. As being illnstra
tive of the infallibility to which ii
o modern progress has brought cal- i.
n culations biased on the most deli- .
n cate pertubations of the heavenly e
bodies, it is se much more signifl I
I cant thin ancient discoveries, as
dour age is more significant than the t
ruder ages. Theexect measurement N
of the Iulks, distances and orbits of
o the planets, required for eauch a re- I
Ssult, is no loss ronderful than the
, genius of Leverrier himself. Frot
these data and from the slight die
Oor lance preceptible in the machin- t
s ery of the solar system, he conld f
d tell his fellow.asetronomers precise ,
I- ly the instant at which, pointing to
a minute section of the heavens, I
they would perceive a new planet.
Sdistant than the farthest then known,
kwtill more amaing seemed the pre
I knowledge of that planet's density,
so exactley confirmed when the star
searchers found the beautiful ob
Sect in the spot where its presence
a been fortold.
pt Encouraged and made illustalous
so by his success in exploring those in
ofinite epaces beyond the orbit of
, Ihershel, Leverrier torned his at
s tention to the innermost circles-
id the central region of our solar sys
he tem. But theoretical demonstra
h dtione, based on irregularities in the
te movement of Mercury, he was in
ir formed of the existence of some plas
re net or plasets lying still more close
w ly within the light and heat of the
he son. While proceeding with his
w- formuli, he received a letter from
Lescarubault-then a poor doctor of
it. Orgeres, a village in the depart
ues ment of Eurre and Loire, in France,
tat -who bed eetueIly discovered an
its intraMercurisl body, making its
its transit is appearance like a small
ed block across the dis of the sun.
ch, It seeme that at 4 o'clock in the
o- afternoon of March 16tb, 1869, Dr.
a Lescarbault, who studied the heav
enly bodie solely from a love for
euch purmits, bnrt saw the planet
ted as described. Possessed of a sn
Sseitive and modest sonl, as ahI troue
. lovers of science are, he doabted
of the reality of his own discovery,
to ad besitated to aels it known.
ne It w ely ma aafter vainly waing
aims muths, to verify his obeve-
tics by another view of the object, 1
that he prepared a lettr ert tef 4f
what he thought he had mes, and wer
Beat it t3 the great Leverrier.j The we
latter had just publiebed as artIhe e
on Mere nry' perturbations, tn the e i
Komnes, of Paris. Astonished at abe
this coincident p;roof of the correct- er
neia of his theory, Ie lost no time feto
in starting for the village of ()rger are
es, to obtain a personal interview na
with the humble discoverer of the Leo
new orb. The following in a trans- tife
ietion of an acouint of the meeting, qul
as reported in the Konmon by the bee
Abbe Medllne, who took it fron the cop
lips of Iverrier himself. ik
Leverrier left Parie for Orgeres, in thr
company with Vallee, four days after are
the date of lseearbeult's letter. Or- two
etse was twelve miles flro the wear
est railroad station, sad the party had ie
no traipse seroes the eountry o0 foot. wr
On their arrival, Leverier knocked be
louedly at the door, whieh was open pi
ed by the deoetr biself, but his vis
itor declnled to give his name. The
simple modest, timid Lesearbeult, ai
small in stature, stood abashed before Ft
the tell Leverrier, who, in blent in- the
tonation, addressed him thus : "it eli
Ik then you, Pir who pretend to have int
discovered the Intr-Mereritl planet tOh
and who have committed the grave hi,
eofene of keeping your discovety se- In
eret for nine months I I warn you, w
that I eosme to do jeestle to your pre- an
tensions, to warn you that you have Pr
either been dishonest or deceived.- foe
Tell me unequivocally what yeou have mi
A AraTsn AaoIoDsnALLr Soor
ine DAUOUlTrit DnAt.--A most
hert rading eidoest eurred at a
Norfolk, Va., on Wednesday evening,
24th, affording another awful warn
ing to those handling firearms. It ,
appears that Mr. Jesse T. Newell, a e
worthy oitiser ad iodulgent parent, ,
west home from business aeest sn
set, and fnding his lie ttl see playing
in the bouee and yard with a pistol,
not supposig i to be leaded, took it
Irom him, and while examining it, it
wee seeidently diseharged. The Day
Book thus tells the rest of the truly
hLars (Mr. Newell's deughter) a
beautiful and interestig little girl of
mine smmers, was seated on theI(
stepe getting her lessone whoa the
pistol went oft, and instantly jumping
ep ae reclaimed. *"Oh, pa, you
have killed me 1" As she said this,
the blood burnt from her son and .
mouth. She fell forward and iastasn.
s Sly expired. The pistol had been
t charged with two buckshot, both of "
!- which had entered her right breast
and perforated her right lung.
The grnt shook, together with the
in sternal hemorrhage, produed almohe
. instant death. Dre. Gait and Bright t
i- were almost instantly called sad reosh.
Sed the smene of easuality in a very
abshort time, but too late ; the little
A girl had breathed her let, nd a weor
e thy family were ovewhelmed with
it "ief. The unhappy father, almnet
,f bereft of reaeo b the distresing and
a- hart-reading aoident, soughbt in his
Sfresy to take his own life. He seis
ed a ilife and made a deperate eof
a- fort to out his throat, but wee preven.
n ted from setping his family still
Id deper grief by some of his friends,
a who happened to rush is time -
nLu oothing draughts were give him,
a, and be aslly became quiet; ad re
't. tired with a almost broken heart.
n, The unhappy mother of the little one
e wae heard through the live-long night
r% sobbing sand mourning the unrtiely
r deatb of her hobild, while tbeapeolsieg
b- wail that oceeioneally roee upoe the
e aight, told how deep was the ditres
of the striekes parents.
n- A (oenD NAUs.-A good name is
of above all price. Have yoe not
st* found it so, yonng man, you whose
- well-known virtncues hae placed
5- you in a position whioh you occupy
'a- with feelinge of comnmendsble pridd
he And you whose fma has been the
in target of envious tonlgues, have you
In- not seen a good name to be the on.
e- ly breastplate that is impervious to
be the poisoned shafts of calumny ?-
3i5 (old and talent, what are these
m without a character ? A light to
of render darkness visible; a gIilding,
rt- which by contract, makes the sub
ce, stance more revolting ! Cheriabh it,
a then, all ye who poesees it; guard
ite it carefully-for, depend upon this,
all its purity once tarnished, the an
wearying effort will hardly restore
Lhe it to its pristime lustre. Int it at
Dr. tend you through the journey of
iv- life, crowning your days with peace
for and happines. The rectitude which
set won it will engrave upon yourface
so- a letter of recommendstion to peos
o ple of every nation and tongue.-
ed And when the trennre is no longer
ry, needfal to you, it eall deeeead to
n. your posterity, a egay witb which
lag millies o millom would not bear
e- to bo ompered.
Wait Ioustran Muae-.eetral
of the smile it this setieo wsetw
we-rh with seesa. The ddlrMs
oans see Mine, la whleb th ore
Was .aagest onid, has beos rlps.
ed and fIraes have beet ei m t,
abouet mur tons of charcoal les, of ai
very superior quality, worth there
frtom forty to fifty dollar a tor,
are turned out daily. At Warren
ar·ther .ld mine lsa ben euoeesad ltiy
reopened ; the ore there is an argoe- *e
tiferoe galena, and is found in large Vme
quantities abouet 5000 tone have @
been got out. At first tremolito and a
copper pyrites were obtained, and be
low this, occurred the lead ore. Over
three pounds of silver, on the average
are ol,tsiatd from a ton of ore, worth Jes
twenty dollars a pound. tlesiles the "
greater value of the hIad, this ore Is
Meaion would be considered worth a
working for its silver alone, and would j.
be renumerst ive even with the rude ..
apparatus of the native miner.
-- .0- --
Armon or (lot. Prrnrr, or Mtllits- $e
snr.-- In a speech at Macron, Mien., .aP
Friday last, Gov. I'ettus said "that ;'
the same wire whiclh conveyed the
ele(ctric flash that lrought tile
intelligence of Lincoln's election,
the next instant should carry back
his proclamation Oonvening the
Legislatnre of Missinsippi, and be E
warned them now, if there were
any members of the Legislature At
present, to Ibe prepared to nst out
for the capital of the State the unit N
4lN*,OlTAI NVM A t'(I M. $1
MOOT AND IOE Io MAlMK btlOP,
to TAtO IOLs ATWR ra of
P. OAPDn1VIlllR.,, ON LAUHe hI. FTeRpIr.
THVANKRPelhfr the lth.ralpetenns f,
hrFehNren4.lvsd from mI friende,
and the hlile r.enertlly, I het tene to
infotm them. tht I here remove mta
siwo .hnp, t, Ithe ln4 nid ai ( P 7pcaill., as
I,.ariletrsl t hyw . I camnew and hefttr preprreto
thin eW.. ton e wmk at .hart )Irtle. nt at m,d
eretl ptl,.,fer th.OAPit. It. NoVrMAN.
NT. JAMN t, LOIN4E, NO. 41.
r .ewlertºIIhe a tegmIOt.M
Naoetlg of aST. JAMES
IAIfIn M . Nt. 47, A. 0. d at
A. M.. oes ATUNDAT night, iWnov hell lat
the easel her, at their 11al1. nraw re Mle and l
J oIlIN N. NWW , lee' , pro. ,er.
lsr . AND AVnRUTT'.
f TYra' eift a. A
S(IIANI) MASH MEI.TINGf 1
TOwO-UaI ra o00111stoR -
In the city wof hats. Ren, am
SA'IUTNrDAW NllONQ . lroV. 35 "a.
SDlatinleIeehIt speakers will be pteenat to
Saddres the Islting, f·l e the tlead on North
a The Moeeds of UiLL AND SISNTT, In this
sad the edJnlanie ParIsee.eate Italle1 to attend
mad s Osa t COMM ALLI c
TRYNII lIFNi ?EUCLIIITlIll.
" 5'S o i0 UOIU5PBN DUTl KseYNES
oI tlmee of prneplteriy aitaMlty. to bow dow
In hambla e samloinc tohe k .haeetingleenleks
t entin and deera er tves.. Prrldare, nad to
arksslbwdge the il.asreuioh. 91d4a0 ad teat
taet ff His dc-lre now beeei us, .liert a
Sseremas f rne¢ral ewtd health ak d leeapaate
prprlity to r.oernlmai the welm All-wl power t
a the Pprepa sM Iers M •h lei Mally aid ON.
An nb I t s so. aeetnmery is this tlt sina
h bere a dal of rhenkas.lenl. therefore I have 4
thIueht pn.er to r.reeneme that
TRUMDAT the Mshy dfsa e t lvember, (
renst, ob set ape" 'r that pie ms, aad agespet I
Sto persona of all ereedo and detltm, the
prepffrlty of eapeodlndig as that day their selal
PI oeiNe evoeatles, that It .my be dedloated e-s
f. .loeip ta the wershlp of AttL Ulotd.
leve asds my had ad teee b °d othe State
5. thle th dol efo ofUaer, lMd. and et the la
depedne e of the United state of Aamel A
te eighty-t. TthINOMAe O. Mcll.
My the oleverert:
J. Ilsmvea aAsnr, AeseItat S'y of State.
Te TRE PIOPLI'S STOIS.
- AVINI MO19Y I
e 8. IIIHMAIJNHKY * (10.,a
Third street, oppoatte the Sank.
IEW STOB I NW 006 o ll
aN50 st5ig 5Itn5 repeetfielly invito the at.
I T1 isMetie of the olinetts of sI kiese £ .d
he esple is gmeiel to their oetire ew sMad
rr y elted aekatnmeat of eeoderfl cheap
a. eolaitl·g Ia pert nof the Stellel:
0kh l)aised PlH Sebe;
SPlaid ilk DII reee
(heaked Uiik from t0amte epeard!
Ilek trLpeo Bait, e wid i will be
tat greatly edled prieoa it the
go as31 Thd satreet.
ed a IAW ,.
be lt ** **
Ilk Chlsell aSheela togethr withi f ail
i3 asaertmestof tlmhemad a•tialas of the fbllow
tag etylea ASl Cl tea. Milem Ot*nea, Jell.
Chidrem' Oloesk, at
U. JSMAJlMSKTY & 00.5
tLARGE VONSSIOSWNT OW AUICYEU1
T, IMAV Jet roet ed a largae 1t of eetl ah
I gpls, wh I elam mmpeied toetae ask with
i, a few daic, threblre l eer the the fU elaoa
,td artirlee *r *h*
IBreseIe Carpeta at 7rmte per yard,
Ia, mbridered Sands at 1 tlo. earth P as,
Irish Lanes from 40 to4I reste, worth 7TS elat,
CheDlie Shlast at 02 SOaat. worth P io,
ShallIe ad CeakLost One half their aeine.
I easi the petrular ttestira of esey hopeW
SStohe ama eeammaeWtj resed,a itma
A. 1.0uN3IrlV ,
L00 ot31 t Lre. LeOyee asad leseel *
g CHUAP GOODS.
O WOU'.D el the alttent oI ohe dh* , OI
D sIr ofe ever daa*rt1n a* the e
ulrthat la d mter ele e so dldya
,asr, damader ealml,,. S.
j )11.sw 1155 A 35*o305.
TO "a' W .
whee be11s 1 llWI r egA M as
ees (. A. dr.5
Ittro-Plel Ia sbles. Oh.eepet ls le*-
Megpniaieet er e*Nel*e awd all
the letaltei Ii S Mae lat e t lhe
di1letr sad o Ie g eetetry aar re
pei'el.9 Wi M eA 5 esp s10
IwA PER's MAGAr ISE
NOVEM BER, isoo,
Juest r-elved ead ne aile M
eense swI _ 1. MglNlos.
Jst ceeed sad bMe ifs by
s)ee a J. 1e00O11148.
d5 mt. o see u . . i AeIlwlil bera41
ac peile setares h* . N ueOW M AI U
st lo o'eoi A.tM h I ae t iedw Le m t
1n pls.w, lit. lesht ;
.u--1**, Is 6o0 a heuml.
W41r-tWdM Ases meha.
' 4 NI4M. olU L, r l ae | s Iar b ill
i oen24 eD.. Lah mbY eedl M3id e b.
Inst s plw. snrse piw. i'.o anOe ar$; o
Dwil be N.
t I lA·Ujderpsab Cda3.et U whl Ih
tthe%'. eaIe aerth,.le s. a gead ast.er t
amd at all puie..
Vrese.b Metse, M pISMIef Sbe"Lar
Pxold., r etled lauils ea -
oUNMilllO O0i. 5
- FALL & WINTER CLOTUHIN.
NpR MO1RI1 SN Nthe asM6ls of if
nJlema elarI ml
o*ed* ever etie-e be see aed ege gn mll
tes e e ed
ot es geda Me es la am aSIg meSe
sbat I, kM heep d le i 1.. t 4es * a.
enlmeeot eftnse le .ee esb
larern thee r me6M tM lI 0 .
bet ive as a l.
p- p -o ___. 1. M. 11 .
( ,1 4441.5.- Nerrele Chielm DdlpheOe
Ia I.fl KIMlK SIMONR & Co0.
. AI leav to " as t o ar rfle n
InR a wi .t e6 (lew urtesse g
and the I g . T. wA.
to (loot's CLor~nse, hooe AN tenesr.
T sad the pblie la garal th... we.
' are now prepared to eer a l.'at" s d
Smaglniaent se lef Diry ndsrt
ing in ilch ilke of eve 4 5,
1s Us.l.amerea, Metises, elales ,
e CInk.. thswsl, IN,Mee Md, ad a
,.mlete asortmee of a eans
Pr. (foods. ekh as U1es ShU ti t
mt ings, C;otos, Whle sad - Qilat,
Fine Red aieshelse, Tab1e Dsam aekeC
i, dead rate. ReeC.
a. D~ AIA AIMS, slMON .
V A u -R s 0;s18e6g," 01e4a.pra
A LAO d well Nstod stok of
FALL nd WIN S USS msd
OUllook CLOTHINIG ebeasag veryv
ble pricee by __ e, _.
.d VUR etock o he sad heavy BOUT
' sad SaIOD telg vetry I p, ,I ad
"P having beoi boeghtt the meanfa.tevles,
we are enableod to sell a ood artile a low
as ny house thie aide of New Yrk.
A call willeot Ritt oartaele.
ctn*. DALSIsIME SIIMON A 00.
ei - WINDOW IUAM.o -
A assPECTW1L invu·om te iese
Sdd to ell who wiah to pareheae asy
tiful aseartesto diree from msaufaetories
and to be saod a Us asolebs ;lw Sgww.
utso DAWLSIEIM e, SIlMO & )
C·fLANI I CIAfrlIM(,l
lae tel rreeived a vey e*ieN
Sof ll qoalitte mad of the latlest Syle,
SCoated eor.y guade, Dhadmd. ee r e
Caeirlmere Sam and Silmema Coae,
S eveteible smisms Sue
Fanes Ces..ee leite,
e Jlilsake Cot'a ,
Blaek mad colored 3slk Volve Teals,
, , * , " " 1 ilk "
o Cermelg, lanlmt and rNesy Jeekets.
i above geode mhea, we poetlively a
tbem at very low tguR s, ed theufee
Sreqes m eD l tea rIMOl ( o.
, t A iLAOR slrmlaof Shi em .f TE
al LATrEST fSHION, of aU the vetr
one qualities mad elaeamitflh TOUTYOS
SAND BOtIY, will beaesdfrom thi de
did AL.HIIE IB 1SIMON A CO.
u- Ieels 3asgp te a. s ome ae$ e
g, eass deiII A, aYgWa