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No mails,a^tll East of Baltimore on jEluoday morning, The mails from the above cities arrive daily at 9 A. M. and 8 P, M: except Sunday night. The Western Mail closes at 9 P.M. and arrives at 8 P. M. daily. The Southern Mail closes at 8 A. M. and arrives at 5 P. M. daily. Office open from 71 A.M.to 9 P.M.daily, except Sunday, on which day it is open from 7i A. M. to 10 A. M., and from 12 M. to 14 P. M., and from 7 to 9 P. M. BUSINESS CARDS R. FIN LEY HUNT, RESIDENT DENTIST. Washington Oitv, Pennsylvania Avenue, bttwee.n 9/A St HMA eet* april 26-tf. MEDICAL NOTICE. DR. PHILANDER GOULD offers bis profes sional services to the citizens of Washington. Office on Pennsylvania avenue, opposite Messrs. Brown's Hotel. april II-6m MEDICAL CARD. DR. ALFRED H. LEE tenders his professional services to the citizens of Washington and its vicinity, Office H street, near 7th. July 18-Cm J. ROBINSON At CO. Auctioneer* and Commission Merchants, Loui*it.no Avtnite, opposite "Rank' Off Washington. REGULAR hbI<> dayaf (apposite (Centre Market) Tae?l?yi, Thursday* and Saturdays. All sales of Real Estate, Furniture and personal property at tended to on the most reasonable terms, june 16 JOHN EDGAR'S Musical Academy O street near 1 tf h. J. B. will give instruction upon the Piano, Outer, Flute, Violin, and also in ideal music. Terms $12 per quarter. sept tl? If F.m*RJlVIJ^.Wn~COPPERPijlTE PRWJJJWiAK* J. V. IT. thro dip, Pennsylvania avenue, between 1st and ?d streets, near the Canitok ,Y. R Engraving on Wood. Nov. 4?J (CHARLES P ASCOE, Boot and Shoe Store j on ceventh street, between D and E streets. On hand a general assortment of all articles kept in a Boot and Shoe store,.which are offered at pri ces that cannot fail to please. A Card. THE undersigned, considering himself duly qualified, offers his s^rrices to the ciiisens of Washington for the drawing of plana and spe rifications of dwelling or other bouses, and also as measurer of builders' work? Charges moderate. H may be consulted between the hours of 0 and 12 o'clock, A. M., at Mr. Purdy'e Office, Lomber Yard, 7th street, Market-House square. fcb 27?tf h JOHN C. HARKNESS. Fine Watch Repairing. CCH RON OMR PER, Duplai, Lever, /epine, Repeating and Music Watc hes, accurately re paired, also common Watches, Clocks, and Music boxes, put in order, atlheeign of the Watch, with the guard, key, and chain, north aide of Penneyl'vania \ venue, between second and third streets. By CHAIINCEV WARRINER. V HA1TERS. STEVEN'S & EMMONS wilt introduce the " Autum" fashions f?e Gents Hats on Saturday Sept. 5. ' In arcordsnee with our tmisl custom jpre shall in troduce simulsthnedu?ly< i"l?ei#yV and Btnbe A Costor's Fashion's. Gentlemen who have th( ir eizca registered with us will forward their or^r*. Sales Roof*# Ptt>s I A t. Brown* I'Aeh' CIRCULARS, etc. etc. Neatly printed at this office. BUSINESS CARDS. CHEAP FOB CASH!! L. 8. BECK, House.Furnishing Star*, Pennsylvania Avenue; South side, hetioeen 9th and 10/A streets, Washington. I have on hand new and second-hand good*: such u Bedsteads, Beds, and Bedding; Talil**, Choirs, Bureaus and Sideboards; China, Glass, and Crodtery ware, Cutlery, Hollow-ware of every variety, Shovels and Tongs, Carpete, Brooms, Brushes, Willow and Woodenware; with a va riety of article* too numerous to mention, apr 16 BENJAMIN 1IOMANS, Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, Between 10/A and 11 th Streets, fronting Penn sylvania Avenue. < Sales of Real ^ate,'Ftimitvre, and Personal Property, attended to at any pla6e within the city, inarch 9-tf ENjNIS PUMPHREY'S Livery Stable, cor ner of 6th and C. streets. Horses and Car w a , _ riages to hire. Horses taken at livery, and kept in the bent manner. iu ? "I A. GLADMON, House Carpenter and Joiner. Shop corner of 9th and M streets, Washington. Where, at all times, Sash, Blinds, Doors, dee., can be had. All manner of work in his line will be ex-1 ecuted at the shortest notice. 0 TTOMCEOPATHY Dr. Jonas Green,(late of Philadelphia,) tenders his professional ser vices to the citizens of Washington and its vicinity, as r practitioner of the Homoeopathic system of me dicine. His residence it on C street, near 3d. . dec 83-tf . SRISCOE & CLARKE, Dealers in Cloths, Cas simcrea, Vesting*, &c., Pennsylvania avenue, | sw doors west of Brown's Hotel. tsaac STODDARD.?Blacksmithing ingene I ral, on Four and a half, between E and F sts.' Work done cheap. WILLIAM P. SHEDD, Old Centre Market, opposite J. Wulke/s. TV^EBPS constantly for sale all kinds of fresh K meats; meat well dressed, and at moderate prices. march 11?tf T)RESLEY SIMPSON, Pennsylvania Jlvenut, ? North side, id door east of 11/A street, keeps a general assortment of Family Groceries. A NDREW J. JOYCE, Horse Shoeing and I /V Smithing Establishment, successor to John Dafey, corner of 14th and E streets, near Fuller's Hotel. Thankful for the patronage he has receiv od from a liberal public, he solicits a continuance of the same. H. GUNNELL?Dealer in Lumber, | Lime, Wood, &c. Corner of Canal and | 6th streets, near Pennsylvania Avenue. DR. HAMILTON P. HOWARD, tenders his professional services to the citizen# of Wash ington, D. C. He may be found at Dr. F. How, ard's, N. E. corner of I1 and 11th sta. Dec. 2? RICHARD VANSAN I', Merchant Tailor and Gentlemens furnishing store, | Pennsylvania avenue, between 14th and 15th streets, and adjoining Fuller's Hotel. - march 12?tf TTTM. NOELL, Venitlan Blind maker, south VV side Pennsylvania avenue, between 9th and tUth streets. Blinds of all sizes and colors, fur- j nished to order. Old blinds retrimmed and painted. JONATHAN T. WALKER?House car penter and joiner on K street, shop corner K and 8th streets. FRANCIS Y. NAYLOR, Copper, Tin, Sheet-Iron and Stove Manufacturer. Roofing, Guttering, Spouting, &e. South side J Pennsylvania avenue, near Third-street, Wash ington, City, D. C. H. VAN PAT*TEN, M. D., Dentist, 8ERFORMS all operations upon the Tcfoth, Gums and Mouth, with the greatest care and skill. Office near Brown's Hotel, and next door to Todd's Hat Store. t . ' feb 85-1 y ? :? ? ' . ?*?? I. S. WALL, Dealer in Tobacco, Snuff 4- Cigarq, Pennsylvania Avenue, between Fuller's Galiubrun's Hotel. april 22. IS. BALD also repairs Watches and Jewelry. f - april *t-tf EARTHENWARE, CHINA AND til,ass, TPURSKLL, Importer and Dealer in E. Ware, , China and Glass, wholesale and retail, at nia store, opposite Brown's Hotel, Pennsylvania avenue, Washington city, D. C. ("Cupping, leeching and bleeding J \ toge supply of best Sweedish Leeche?, already on hand, to be applied or for sale, by HAML DEVAUGHN, 9th street. Who also has ICE for sale whenever called for, as above. BPr'l ^-tf T"jr WHITNEY.?BoOt and Shoe Dealer, W opposite Brown's Hotel, Pennsylvania Avenue, ha* received his fall stock of Boots and Shoes for plantation use, he invites the at tention of those who wish such articles, and prom ises th?u? good bargains. (jHORCK COLLAKl), OEJLfM W LUMBER, WOOD, COJIL, LIME SJtJiD, A*D CEMILNT, Corner of 6th si. and Missouri Avenue. Nov. 4 u. GUOiTT 4u cu>., HEALERS IN f ANCY ANFu^iJJrHJ*** UOOUb, CARPETING* OIL CLOTHS, CURTAIN t?TU?F?. *?? Corner of'Mh street A* Penn. avcr\u?) w ashi prtiToN^p. c. FURNITURE.?Nsw and seeond hand, daily re ceived. For sale, on reasonable fas, by J B. HOMANS, j april 19. Between 10th and llth streets. J. E. W. THOMPSON, CABINET MAKER ?f- UNDERTAKER F betwoen 13th and 14th ate Heart** kept, and funerals attmdid to. Nov. 4?y POETRY. Its word* J" (*w? *>u' deep end Solemn, and tl*. kr??k Kiesh Irom Ikf fount of feeling. ? /'err tea/ 0KIUINAI4 chakadk When ihe transient tear in ihe eye grow* clear lw glance hath a merrier glow; a.!1**?.-??"*'"- c,ou* of w'" "hruuJ I he light ol ih? wuini brow. E en then, when (he flight ol my rimr in light 1 he cheek lake* a ruddier bloom, Bui ihe pulaea chill and the br-ail, g,?ws atill As we sink in its whelming gloom. iVty *rxt h?ih a home in ihe sky's Mue dome . toince >h* sphere* from chaos tame, I And often lo birlh on the tower earth | Ii leapa Irom its coach of fame. I it mourns on ihe wind like an eager tieud, J Hy a .sulphurous impulse aped, I bathes ??? wtngaia rbe gushing spring* Of our life's blood bubbling ted. I When morning minis bt the tun beam kiss'd Steal forlh. from the twilight grey, ' m*'th less'ning fold ii is upward rolPd 1 Till it meltetb in air away. Out when on Ihe height which calm and bright. Lies fsyr lo ihe wintry sun, With swelling breast and silvery crest, My whole rolls gathering on. COMMUNICATIONS. HOMOEOPATHY VS. ALLOPATHY. NO. I*. Case of Headache occurring in a lady about 4(1 years of age. 12th March, 1845.' She had been suffering from 3 o clock in the afternoon, until I saw her at 9i o'clock . M., from very seven; headache. The pain oceu picd chiefly the ri^ht side ?f the forehead, and the right eye, and affected in a less degree, the rest of th? fore head. She could open the right eye but partially and the pain in it was much increased on moving the'ball. She had been unfit fur any occupation since the attack came on, and all her sufferings were increased by movement. There had lieeh no mitigation of the pain since the attack began, up to the time of my visit. 8he suffers not unlrequently lrora similar attacks. They come on gradually, and, after lasting the whole of the day on which they appear, and keeping her awake a freat part of the night, do not usually cease till the *y alter, and oft?n not for several days. Bell. 6, one dose. ;, In twenty-five minutes there was no improvement, and she then took Lacli. 6, one dose. In ten mtnuteS?Bfter, the paka began to yield; and in about twenty minutes, from the time the Laeh. was taken, not a trace of uneasiness remained. I learnt next day that it had not returned. Case ol Chronic Headache and Dyspepsia. 29th Jan. 1844. The patient was a lady about 40 years ol age, robust appearance, and of active habits Her chief sufferings are from headaches aud stomach comulaints, and are of long duration. The attacks of headache are liable to come on at any time, but chielly after meals. The pain is of a heavy or compressing kind, Occasionally shooting, and confined generally to the top and back part of the head. When the attacks "are very severe, she has recourse to purgatives, and always experiences.relief irom them?sometimes for a week. The headache usually returns in a few days and continues to increase, accompanied by the other disorders, until another dose of medicine is taken al though the bowels, in the intervals, are regular. [Thus manifestly proving that such treatment is merely palli ative, not curative, and requiring more and more fre quent repetition ] She Is habitually subject to a feel ing of weight in the region of the stomach, and to eructations of air and hitter watery fluid, with pain in the lett side. These sufferings undergo the same in crease and relief as those of the head do. Tongue clean, moist?appetite in general good, but she lives simply and eats sparingly. 0 , -6' niKht a,ul n>""t?ng, for two days. Then Siilph. 6, for the same time. Cth Feb. Has felt better this last week than for a long time. No headache. Bowels regular. Nux Vom. 6, night and morning. 24th. Medioinc has been done for some days?has continued to improve aud noyjt feels we**- No return of sufferings. 1 had opportunities of seeing her re peatedly afterwards, for several months, and found tliat she i^wtihued free from all uneasiness. Case of chronic liability to Headache. 27th Sent. 1844. The patient, a lady 45 years of age, or full habit. Ever since she remembers, site has been subject to headaches. An attack of headache has for years recurred every fortnight at least, and for some time past every two days, ft affects the whole head severely, but especially the right temple, and parts around the right orbit. She begins to su&r in the morning, and continues to do so all day, till bed 1 tlnte. There is often nausea and sometimes vomiting, j along with headache. Has long been lmifiluiimJ lit f lake an aperient early in the day, when the attacks ! occurred, although there is no tendency to constipa-! Nux. Vom. 6, twice a y ith Oct. Had a moderate headache yesterday for the first time since she began to take the Nitx. Vom. It was much less severe than usual. Chin. 3, in the morning. Bell. 6, in the evening. 22J. No return ol headache in the slightest degree Omit mod. 1 saw her several weeks after, and learnt that there had been no recurrence ol headache. Case of chronic Headache, of sixteen years duration occuring in a lady aged shout M years. April, 1845. She is very spare and sallow, and sub ject to severe headaches. Tlie pain affects the whole head, and is parti< ulaily intense on the right *kle and iront, especially above the eyin. It is of a heavy com piessive character, and accompanied by a sense of heat. Sometimes, on Ihe right side acrte .hoofing* occur. 1 here is also much giddiness during the at | tacks. " I I he sufferings come on in paroxysms, which last ; about twelve hours, and arc particularly severe in the mornings, and often attended with flushing. Nausea and vomiting also generally accompany the attack-! and last for several hours. She is obliged to remain' I in bod while the paroxysms continue. Though thev occur commonly in the morning, they are easily brought 1 on by fatigue, and sometimes by even moderate oxer cise m the open air. She cannot endure a bright light or noise, when attack without the sufferings being aggravated She ^ HreTj- mm,tfc?> two davs free from the severe attacks, and has more (priess headache every morning, Which goes off" aft. r ??**- not take mediHne of any kind, as it never gives her atiy *1,,*. lShe sleeps well tongue clean, she has been subject to tlies* attacks for above sixteen years, without anv ma terial difference during IHc whole time.' Bell. 12, twice a day. I She has had no severe headache since indeed, any |*jn that ha* occurred has been so slfcht that ? is only oQ f^l^nlar inquiry, that she states The has had any. haPhas occurred, kaa been vert ?light, only on one (ir two eweitfon-, ancHora very ?hort period No nausea or vomiting. - Cont. Bell. I Mli. No www attacks, and only slight headaches mi Ilka motniMf, ceasing after bmkh*t. Cslr . 6-30, twkcc * Jay. S9lh. Tip alight morning heidicbw continue. ?. SO, once a day. . Mh The h. adachea have l*-en very | trivial, ami for kdm dav- absent. No other ailment. Krp 30, evary mkmiuo day. *ith No Headache of any hind aince last report? a little ranfinimi only on |fUili| up?0" nausea. limit Hep id July. Has continued perfectly well. V* all commendatory a*U'? n favor of the Homcro ?atloi' treatment in the preceding cases, would ?*' re tarded as emanating from my partiality to tins system ?Kail lorhear any expression of my own view's; but an most happy in" being able to adduce the opinion ol in uncompromising opponent to Hom?opatl?y. I al mle to Dr. John iorbee, K. R, the diatinguished ?-ditoi of ? The Biitiak and Foreign Medical Review, one i*l \ l?r uhyMfidiis to her Royal Hifhnili, Queen Victoria, of Knglaml, kc. Iw., who, in alluding to i Itese caM-s of headache, aaya " that the results of the treatment are, upon the whole, very favorablei aud -eveial ol the run* would unquestionably, if occurring ? indei ordinary treatment, hate'Wen regaidednot only as sinking, but t*h mpii*nt M In reference particu larly to the la?t mentioned case, be say?, "had tins of purely nrnrtrth headache, eoine uiuler the care ,,| any of us Allopathirts, and had we preacribcd for it 44 MYvkM?n or 44 niUuMMiiodicM^ onwenk, steel, or lit her " tonics," a'Ci?rdinj; to our thtohifj, our school, our experience, oi our r*N0V, we should have cer tainly gained great credit fr?*ii our patient and Iter friends for our ?' wonderful cure;" and some ol u?, ('ouhtleaa, would have received It as oar due. Had it taken place in the practice of a r.ealoiis and ambitious doctor, under ?x and thirty, the pr.ibability ia immense thai it would hava occupied a niche among the tri umphs of medicine which crowd the weekly pages of our cotrui|>orarii"? A.ih1 \v<- can see no sufticicnt rea son why Dr. Henderaon [or his system of practice] akould not have his credit also." % Case of Chronic Hoarseness occurring to a lady 50 years of age. 17th Sept. 1844. For two months pa.st, after c*po ?ure to cold, she has been affected as at present She is very hoarse, the rob* extremely husky, deep and broken -, and it to a great ettort for her to speak. She coughs a good deal, and expectorate# a colorless mu cus.. Pulse natural?haa not loat flesh, and is chiefly distreaped by the exertion necessary in speaking. Bry. 6, twice a day, for two days: then Tinct. ol Sulpn. one-sixth ol a dirop, in the same way: then Bry. again. , .... March 29, 1845. 1 have not heard of her again till now She tells me that ?he felt better after the first powder, and was very >oon quite well after the third, and has continued ?o. J- G. COLUMBIAN FOUNTAIN. BURIAL OF AN ODD FALLOWS WIFE We know not when we have witnessed a ?pectacle which came home to our feel ings as on yesterday. The wife of a mem ber of the Order of Odd Fellows, after a long anil weary illness, the last few month* ol which had given promise of recovery, was summoned by a mysterious Providence to her home in the betler land. The fond husband, deceived by the flattery of hope into the belief thai a few days would so far complete her restoration as to enable her soon to joiu him under the chaige of a friend, had yielded to the imperious neces sities of business, and deparied for the north. Oh, how like a stunning thunder stroke must be the intelligence of his disap pointed expectations upon his heart? She died?but the tears of warmly attached friends bedewed her bier?but she died tu the land of the stranger and far away from ihe home of her childhood and the '?[1d circle of family kindred. Of kindred, did we say ? No, no! More than a hundred hearts felt her demise as a brother's be reavement, and as the melancholy hearse went its way to mortality's resting place, it was followed by a long line ot sorrowing oues to whom she was a sifter. V\? act not a member of the Order-*-btH we could not witness this scene without being deeply impressed with the value of ihe Order, the excellence of its principles, the practice good of its operations. To visit and minister to the sick, pay the last ofth.es ol humanity to the dead, are of themselves alone objects of the noblest nature, and might well command for the Order the re spect of mankind. But when to those are added the alleviation it offers to the sor rows and disfresses of the brereaved and broken hearted, it may well challenge a sentiment of revereuce. New Orleans I roptc. PROSPECTS OF ALEXANDRIA. Extract of a Utter from a genileinao in Virginia to the editor ol the Alexandria Gazette. "I hope you may realize all you hope for by the retrocession of Alexindna to Virginia. I do not believe that our legis lature will ever grant the fight ol way to the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road to Par kersburg, and 1 feel equally confidenl thm the company will never aecept the wheel ing route, 'thi* being the case, I should be pleased to see a scheme startedjlor a rail road from Alexandria to the Ohio river. I he lieve it intirely practicable, and sure of a vote large enough to carry it iimmphantly through the legislatute. The Valley and Waslem Viiginia, and especially North Western Virginia, would give it ? strong vol*, and certainly from your own section of the stale a commanding vote might I* obtained Would it not be a great move nWnl for Alexandria, caculated to build up around you a large, populous, and prosper oua city, rivalling in it* ??de the city of Baltimore ? Surely, your shipping harbor, and other natural advantages, are superior to those of Baltimore' and auch a road once opened, would cause any amount of capi tal to flow to your city. Manufactures ought to prosper and flourish, around and about you. I have often thought that i conneeiionof Alexandria with the Wine heat er and Potomac Rail Road, would havebeen of even greater importance to her prosper!y than her Canal, ami would cost far leps lets money, Bulthe past cannot be recalled. Look to the present, aud act for the futuie! That Alexandria may become a large, pros perous, and enterprising city, i* my mo?t fervent desire." PEACE RESTORED IN SOUTH AMERICA. 3'he triplk ali.unck dissoi.vzd.?We stated yesterday that a convention between the Argentine government and Mr. Hood, the British commissioner, had been agreed upon. Our letters by the bark Anabuac have siuce come to hand. Mr. Hood's mis sion is represented as having been (ully successful, and much praise is awarded to him, by our correspondents, for the concil iatory spirit which distinguished his nego tiations with the belligerents. His course has been marked by a degree of intelligence ?a knowledge of the countries, their his tory and relations?which the Argentine and Uraguayah governments highly appre ciated. But the most important fact in this connection, is the dissolution of that strange alliance, into which the monarchies of Bra zil and France had inveigled England, /or the suppresion of Republicanism and the ex tension of Brazilian and French influence in those countries. Most adroitly, too, baa England withdrawn from this unfortunate commercial blundter?probably the only one that Sir Robert Peel ever committed. Mr. Hood's mission was doubtless undertaken at the instance of Lord John Russell (then corning into office,) who numbers among his partizans many intelligent persona, sympathizers with the liberal government of South America. In withdrawing from the alliance, England restores everything taken during the war, and concedes to the Argentine Union the sole navigation of the Pluta, so long as that confederacy covers both sides of the liver, and to the people of Uraguay, England secures the privilege of a free election, the new government to have the united support of all parties in that Re public. This result, however, falls short of the anticipation? of France and Brazil.? Both were excepting territorial conquests for Brazil. The Emperor of the latter wish ed to extend his dominions. France, look ing upon the Brazils as the .future posses sions of De joinville, seconded the wishes of Don Pedro, but unfortunately for the success of liouis Phillippe's plans in South America, England's price for perpetuating this alliance was probaby the withdrawal ol the Duke de Montpensier in a favor of a Coburg, for the hand of the Infanta of Spain. Failing to .secure this withdrawal, England could have no wish to extend the prospec tive dominions of Admiral Joinville, and she therefore withdraws from the South American alliance at a time when Brazil, having concentrated powerful forces! on the border of Uruguay, may be inclined to car ry out, on her own account, with the indi lect aid of France, those views of conquest which induced her to enter the alliance.? Such a movement would afford England an opportunity to regain herfoimer good un derstanding with the states of the Plata, as her resources would be of vital importance in sooh an emergency. Auother important consideration here demands our attention. We allude to Brazil's participation in the African slave trade, by which she stocks her sugar plantations aud undersells the sugar planters of the British ooloniee. Her im famous traffic in slaves, whom har subjects capture in thousands on the African coast, his long engaged the attention of British ptiihnthrophist*, and m the event of her makint aggressive movements upon the Republics of the Plata, we have no doubt the sympathise of the British people, and the friends ol free government everywhere, would be enli>ted in favor of the Republics. We hope fur |>ei?re, however.?N. Y. Sun. ? ' 1 1 O?i ! HRRE'MTIIK PUt-li, llihitiMu. Canal.?J art iwetvad, and now landing a car r? of i Wrtrda. -w'd laiha, parting*, port rai|?, j*a,. aramting, ath, isgithir iriik aa wsadsmi of / '?t whit* (MM and plant. Alan dreamt fkwtinf. N. joiato and utaiiama urn KKNIV-A Mrfc Hon* m. I ith JZh. afrit aft?tf WARD * I.KMMAX, Sl'LENDli) Highly nafrwed irt Blt< k Variuafe fur ifcaeasef >Mt,H>ia, Harwraa ??JTrant a>afc. m, tVaamtng Mm taatfce*and >? all kinds of Uark laatlw a a| la?dwt paM and ? admitted ky all wholnw tad^n fee a any ui marfcas It ia made and?Id by lit# Mitarnhn. wfcalaaais and n> Intl. at th* Hm slot# ul Ml l*?s Pay am, up naatta ?ka Finatn ? ami MrrltaMrt1 bank. ? , W I.ANO Qns|rtt*n?arp< W- !? (Jailed Mates Aa***? sad Material Of ftre e*talilial.ed In IC4I. DDMl'ND f BK<?WN. .Aton** and Arrnl for P. o^mr" V'-J?t M*f. Wrtadt Ctmwi?an?> , JT , ,,i.oaiir? to aettle all kinds of iMtarntaa with the ?er?ral branches of tioeemnwni, with Ins naval piwapii"". elk reocj and kd*lit; ; aannet ally t i *im" raa Prs-MOK*, r?rti?Tt, Latins, Kit Dertca inb otwra Cwmrn, tr., ilkHtrtl, a firth *t>rlh of ikr Foil Qfitr. ?L^" I A'I tor* murt ba poat paid. feb 6?lan6m.