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r mf t' a Kes.
. . WiBtKr?it, Dec 3.
... j., . ..d u lail
r Eti. t id acwurnea.
!!u w Lm for Speaker,
l:if, ballot, Gobe.Ol
: W ilsr-siaV Second bliol,
vrt: WiLtk 7. The Hoae
n: hers preeeat 16 Whiga, 18
-.soiler. Clay slid Bhieldawei
..saiiAn. Kusk snd Tuinei look eest.
t- then sdjourned to wall th organ ii-
t I U. lljO.Se.
I her wr 219 members present There were
j UE.ucce:ut batio-ic-f. lot Speaker; oa all
'j.utof tb bailot Mnihrop leceived vo "otee;
Cobb. first bsllol, 103; succeeding ballots, liwj
) ni.altrine tSl-
" . , . - .1 !...! I
n TPS xcnemeni in irnra w u
cieuM. Honn and NrM, ot reniMiyivauia, toox
i uiu veaterdav iuai piiot to JwuniineoU TS
. .linvixr tnvmbara ArrifKl litsl ni(bt tad look
ru th-inoruiB: Alit G. Blown, Did Hub.
kfcid, l)m., Auguru 11. ihtpbeid. no, i. au-
m u r:...ir Th llnnu ia bow full ex.
piiuf Kiel ad Morton, Whip; and Juliaa, tt
rcoDd bliol to-dar: Cobb 101, Winthtop 87.
Cilmot 9, icatiptin 17. Tbird baJioc Cobb 1UU, ,
IV.nlhr.iD 97. WiiiltOt V. CKlTIlit la.
. .r . .. iu ii':..k. or a'iimni
rOUCLn DAl.Uf; V 'O 9?t i iului va, " iimw .
0 -.urin 18. t.Ilb ballot: UuOD 1UJ. v id- ,
ihr.iu97 UutuotS. calletinc 19. Siltti bll4:
CobO Sft. WioiLtoo 97, Wilmot 9, aeaUttiog 23.
1 be Hou ttien adjoutned wubout elecun(. j
Tte majonty hmmwj Uji cooic ta 110.
Waamarroii, Dtc A.
F,ft St )r wre preairot lo-dar. Mt. Man
u-t - -luUdn. which wasadopied,
The Senate ihen acj ..uoru. --4
H0C5E OF EKPHLsEVTATlvba.
Tadav'd- fiiat billot Cobb 5W; W mthrop V
'-alte'U.I 'II. M.MUB aiiu-i, wv .
117; acaiiering2J. Third baUouGubb W; wintnrop
rulZVh cho.reon the third ba'lotfor
l3eaker. M-. Jjtinoii, o! Tenneaaee, offered a
riiuJn liil on the ueit vote any individual
.... . r nr. lnt be dt elated elected.
M- Hj nita moved u iJ tbe reeoluUon on the
Mr Jjhnsin replied that he waa aware of the
lone 'elatU(ied culcm to vote eiea ee, bnt
buaineee waa neglected y prolonging the corneal,
and a Speaker elected ry a plurality would acawer
a.1 the prpot aa if elected ny a majority.
air h tm. nnsoaed the resolution: the Conati
tauon wastrauied and il.fied by a majority, and
history teacbea Uie c-anjer of being controlled ty
amiooriiy. t ... . .
ur i.r.min wa iintt the p.opornuon, but
:r..J,A hil ihr wodli euteOf ballot
Mr VrnaMe oppaeed both propoiliona. The
rr-L'LtiOn wou.d violiteoneol ihe first principles
uf tr Coutilutinn, which i ., that the nouee
eh a '1 -hooM their Speaker aud other officers, and
riow caathia b done but ty a nujorHji oinn
w.ee five or three may do i- If haif a doaen in
d viduata choose to aio? the wheela of Govern
ih naaaihihtv reta wrtere it ought
Ali'et farlber d.ecus.ion the motion to Uy on
.i. . ...j. . . ,-.rr..i hw teas 111): nay- 7.
The H .Uf proceeded to vote viva voce. Fourth
hmiM M: VVuUKop VV; acattering 3X They
Ciecaljjnrnt-d iiHjul eiecucg.
Wiaaiaeron. Dec. 6.
v . . u r.r.n)a the i redruuaU ot Jere-
miah Clement, of Alabama, who was qualified
tod t'ok his eeaL Adjourned.
HOL'iE OF BEPBESE5TAT1VES.
Af.ertberedir.gof the jVurnal a lengthy dis
,.... . uM ctwudCitPf the propriety o: ap-
noinliDt a lempoiaiy chairman, until a Speaker
ahould be elected. The proposition waa coal
li4 nn IS Labte.
0 i motion of Mr. Wentworth the Houae procee.
ded l ballot for Speaker, rirei oaiiot uouo o;
Wmthrop 1U1; Tuck 7; Bichardion 9; Potter 10;
GeLtrj 6; scattering 4. Mera. Hilliard an i Als
ton voted for VV'uiU.rop. Second ballot Coib 73;
Winthrop 100; Poller Hi; Tuck 8; Hichardeon 19;
Gentry 5; scattering 4,
.Thud oaliot Cood 66; Winthrop 100; Richardson
25; Potter 17; Tuck 8; Gentry 4; eralteuug 3
Fourth ballot Co bo 63; VVminrop 100; Poller 18;
Tuck 9; alichirdsoo 16; Gentry 6; ecaitermg S.
The Houae then adjourned without making any
choice. . . .
a- .r,-tiiMnal named Robinson wsa arrested in
ih. Nmt rhsmbci f it threateninc Mr. Clay. He
waa committed to jtii. It ia auppoeed he ia in
same. VVasiiaaTOV, Dec 7.
Oa motion of Mr. Biyley.of Ve.. ti.e House
BTwi--H m vote for Sseeker. First ballov
Cbb 63, Winthrop 1J2; Kichar.lson 29; Potter
15. Wilmot S; Gr-utiy 6; scattering 3. Second
b..ot-Cobb 62; Winiluop 102; Bichardaon 23;
Poller 18; Wi.mot 7; Gentry 6; sott'ting 3
Third bilioi Cobb 66; Winihrop 102; Poller 19;
B:chrdson 23; Gentry 5; Wilmot 7; scattering X
Fourth ballot Cobb 65; Winthrop 104; Kichard-
aon23; Potter 18; U'ilmot7; Cenlrj 5; scattering
I. S3 choice bein made the Hauae adjourned.
Tka First Dael la Ark
The following tragic events occurred many years
aro. tat are interesting now. During the canvass
of an election district. Gen. Conway and Mr. Cut
tenden were opposing candidates. They were
both to epeak si a certain place, and Critt' nden,
who waa a perfect genilemi", and wirhed, if poe
ai'ile, to avoid a rig'it or any hostile feelings, spoke
firaL He had heaid that Gen. Conway aas going
to inaalt him so ss to provoke a fight. He made
a splendid speech, and entire'y av.siained Irom the
nae of language personally offensive to hi antago
nist. He wound np by saying, and bis eyea shot
lightning ss be said it, "that be trusted no gentle,
man would after words in the heal of debate, to
ward him. auch aa coaid not be tolerated hy the
code tif honor."
Conwav look fire like powder at a torch. He
bounded to his feet, snd poured forth on the heed
of hs opponent a torrent of the most bitter snd
barn i rig denunciation.
- Crittenden reioined with but a single eentenc
"Your langaage, Gen-ral Conay, admila of only
one answer, and that, vou may be cure, I will
make right epeedily." He then deaceaded from
the platform, and, attended by a few eelect friends,
hnrried away to hia boieL Hie second wsited 00
Conwty the same evening, and a hostile meeting
was arraneed for the fol.fwu.r morn inc.
A vast throng collected al the time and place
asDointed to witness the duel. The aeconds were
Col. Wharton Bee tor for Conway, and Ben Deuba
for Crltiendea. As the seconds in ail auch mortal
combats srs often mete important, aa respects the
final result, than even the principals Ihemeelvee,
we may be pardoned for tk etching the two wbo
acted in the present case.
Wharton Sector waa a professed duelist, notori
ous aliks (or the nnmoer and lataiuy 01 nut mur
deroua conflict. He was universally feared
thmnrhont the West, from SL Louis to New Or
sea. atthooeh in eoine shrewd minds there had
alwaya lingered a doubt oftba character cf bia
courage, t hese thought the desperado relied on
his immeaee personal strength, and the deed.ineee
of hia aim, rather than oa innate and unconquera
Ben Deeba, a see ot tbe celebrated Governor of
Kentucky, hsd bat recently emigrated U Arkan-
aaa. Hia prowess waa not known, out orny im
aciaedftom bia aingularand auiking appearance
He waa a tall, pale, slender man, whose thin
lips wore an everlasting smile, or eneer one
coaid bsrily tell which, so ambiguous was iu ex
preasion and hia eyea were aa small aa an in
f . n ' . ft .rS. ..1 1 u . ..J .IntlM.r.'il I r.t,r!r7
iui w, ucivw, .-.im, wi. u. r re
Sack dagger-like eyes, ceasing every guar to quaii,
con id never belong to a coward. Ibis, at least,
was the eeneral belief of all who saw him.
As saoe aa the ptities appear sd oa the ground,
they began to make then arrangement, and ae
rious difficulties arose between the aeconds on
various points of order. While lha dispute aa to
the wsre pending for almost aa hour, Conway
DecaaM restless, angry snd agitated, while Cm
tenden, Unaiirg all to hia friend, lay qoicUy on a
blanket, wiih bia eyes abut, as 11 enjoying a com
for table alnmber.
Finally ever, thing waa settled, and the princi
pal took their position, with their pistols cocked,
and tbeir fingera 00 lb triggers. Ail was ready,
when, to the setoui-hruent ot the spectators, Ben
Desha hastily advanced, and eeUing Gen. Coa way
riideiy hy the shoulder, exclaimed. "Dn yon
why do you not aiaod fsitf Are you a eowardf"
"ii 70a do that sccin. I will shoot oa, by
Heavenl" shouted Wharton HecU-r, enraged at
u union conduct of Crittenden a second.
"Your idle mease cannot deter me from the
performance of my duty," replied Desha, as, with
a asaiie, he walked back ta hia plscs. Ha had
gained hia object. Conway waa excited by tbe
insult to tht serge of pblenxy. Hia face flashed,
and bis aervac abook with passion, ile was not
physically In tbe beat elate to drive the centre ol
a target. Deeba had the word, and be wsited see
oral minctea be lore pronouncing it.
uary to all rule, and aerved to madden Conway
Bora ana mora.
While th two antagonists were thus standing
ia position, U spectators at a glane coctisaled
, their aspect and bearing. Crittenden inherited
tha noblest ot human lorme, with fait hair, blue
Ta, aad a lofty eocu-tenane. frank aad opea ia
ita azpraaaioo, and wearing th seal of death-da
friaa bravatw. . Ha afntvl calm, aolieelad and no -
concerned, ilka a riflemea about to fir at a mark.
Bat Coa way had a stern face, eyes daik as night,
and hia took of aBdoubtabl courage waa percept -
l of Bm Desha, ell Li Umb Wfir tiemuloua with
I ...a "
At length Desha ma the wotd. in a oie that
rac afar orn the hull li'aa th peat of a truapet
ritl 041 -two! IIIMI"
At the Bound "ri" Coo way, mill under the
enact oi th DroioBt anttailon. instant v ra ses
I Li "j 11. 1
wwuua auu iruiisu Ui uiurb 111 u-mri
I "" uu Vi u
coat without moia imary. But Cntuoden wa.ted
lb laat acbo of th woid 'two." and thi his
pictol fzploded. Willi tht roar, Gro. Cona
dropped to Uia RroB: like lead. The ball hid
d prcea lurouaa on neiru
inu enaec too nrai great party auei in Ati;aa
aa. it waa tuiiowec loauicaauccesaioa near
ly a dosen mora of like character, and without
tingle eicepiioo, mc-ital, till the people idem-
iea grew aick and weary of the nurderoua x
hibittoo, Ctitlenden mriTd Conway only a few
)eaia,and died of atoituring fever. Ilia tit al bad
the eaaieet dealtu Eickang:
Bloodt arrAiit. Wa learn, that on Wednesday
efening laat, two Droit era, Gforje and Caleb 'Ail-
uama, went to ma nocae of Ueorge lurner in ti
bridge. ai:d that Geo. WiUiama. havint some old
grwilga acainat Tamer, alter qaarrelling for aome
time, lnflielH three nevere wonnda upon im,
fiora which hi recttv y it ccIdfrd quite doubt.
faL Turnei caught op a dog-iron, and not know
ing which ol the Wilbtm'abadalabd him.alruck
('. Williamn oa ttt head, ajid knocked him
oown kull DronabT fractured. Iu arreeijng
Geo. William. .Mr. 1 f link a waaahot through the
tMgh i by thediacliarge of a tifie, in tbv hand) of
" imam, ria luai at empted to ahoot 11. j. ai
o, wbo eaugM hm tun and turned It aaide, thua
-capeing irjury. Wr. Allen, we unHeraumd,
:.cDarge to piatol loada of ahot at williama,
xxfe ot which t Mik eflcl. Gm Williama is now
ii jail at tht place. Toe other waa not in a coa
i : uon u be a-nt to mil Kim iJII KntuiH.
DDITIO.AL KKU I BY THK CA1AD.
Haurax. Nov. 29.
The following ia an ei tract from tbe elcquent
ii. a poetical addreaa of Koaauth to hie country-
"i n, in which i4 alliulea in terma m jt severe to
it.e traitor Georfev:
. ' "P-tavwaoaa inau aaei roierea w, n ici
SfftgerTa" 4iT .B::7.r7: iaal
heen betrayeA-tao4'i7:i fteSf aotd. rhy ejuiitry
ot my heart! by him vvhoae virtue, whose loe. 1
n-ver darrd to deubL Yes, in the tervor ol my
Nli'eet ihaigbla :1 sh3nld almost aa aoou have
d tabled me e atene of the omnipotence aa be.
ii. ve mat shouid ever be a traitor to bis oun
t-y. Tnov hast been betrayed by him in wlioae
hmdalhad, bat a lull apace before, depositee; the
po er of our great country, which he sori to
ii fend even tu the lent drop of his heart's blo)d
he hath done treisoo tJ hie heart's blood tie satb
done treason to his mother, and the glitter of gold
ham been lor birn mora seductive than thai ol the
ilood abed to aave h a country. Bate gain hath
more value m bia eyes than hia country, and God
hm abandoned him as he haa abandoned hia God
Im hia allies Ia hell. MaygarsI beloved coman
inns! blame me not tor having east mine eyes on
this man aod lor havmf given to him my place; it
was necessary, tor the people bad bestowed on him
thi'ir confidence Thn army loved him, and he
oV.ained a power ol which I on self would have
been proud, and nevertheless, this mtia belied the
confidence ot the nation. .and has repaid the love
of the army with hati ed. Curse him, people of
SUygars curse Ihe.breaat that did not dry uii be
foie it gave him milk! '
Loaooa. Nov. 16 h.
Advicra from Crtantinople. te the In iuL.
lite that the British fit et weaaochoicd in Abt ukir
Bty aod would reniaui there till the arrival o' the
coirier wiih the tsar's snsaei to the communica
tion of Fund Lffendi; idiould lhatanawer prove un
fvorable, the fleet will proceed at once to Cou-
ataolincple. Sir Stra'.tord Canniug haa comniur.i
cated to the Turkish Government that the Eaglieh
Cabinet had unaaimoialy agreed to form offansive
alliance with the I'orv, iu event of boatile proceed-
tuga on me part ot Uiaaia. s.milai commuaica
tiona have been made by Gen. Anpick on bebatl
of the French Government. Spanish trooita iu
K n.e have received ordera to return to Spain,
int. BJlwer. Mtoieterts the Uuiled Slates.
we it on board lha aieamer Hecate" on ihe 15.h
l'he produce markets, both Liverpool and Ljn-
4 b, have been well sapplied, but ss bayers were
eMariive, transactions in most articles wert not
extensive; prices, however, loieiably firm. The
iron trade, duiiag the put week, leinamej quiet
ai lai-i rrpoue a.
03"Tbe following Die verdict of tbe Coroner's
Jury, at Kew Orleans, at an inquest on the body
of one of the victims by the explosion cf the
F torn the evidence before ns. we. tbe iurr. are
unanimously of the opinion that the death of Dr.
E S. Marsh waa caused by injuriea received on his
person on Thursday, the 15;h day of Novemte,-,
A. D. 1843. from the eip oelon of Uie iiotteiavf
the steamboat LoaUisca, then Iviog at the levee.
in ise city of "Vew Orleans: and that Clinton Smith,
send etigineaif of said steamboat Louisiana, who
had charge of the engine at that time, waa groraly
cilpable and criminally neglectful or carjleea of
hia duty, (or was incapacitated from want of pro
per knowledge ot ate duty,) as engineer ol -d
host. We are further of opinion that John Cannon,
captain or said siearaoosi Lroutaisna, is reusuta-
bis and highly cuipinie in permuting bit ntai er
guieer te be aiweni at uie time or cetriute ol ma
ho it, an J lor not (ia the Drat engineer a a'osence)
paying stricter ailestton to the manner in whicb
the second rogmcer penorroM n.a ouiy. me
jury, therefore, charge thai Clinton Smith and Joha
Onnon were ito ice extent anove expresaeo) ine
cause or causes of said explosion, and consequent
death of the above named Dt;. S. Marsb.
Mseaaga f IbrS Owvoeaee of Alabassa.
Govermir Cbipntau'a message wss delived on
the 12ih insL, snd occupies eight colonies of ibe
Mobile papers. He makes rather a lavorable ex
hibit of the endiuoo of the Slate finances. The
balance in tfe irvaauryon tbe 1st of November,
1S49. was sVi3S.U16 00. Tbe receipts from o.di-
naiy aoumea ol revenue for the next two years are
estimated si f 1)0,000; the expenses of ti e S ate
Government during the same penod Lf 316,437.
Iu regard to Ihe State debt, he is of opioun that,
inasmuch ss in cresting the foreign debt, lie right
was reserved, to continue the indebtedness io.Jefi-
niiely, provided ti.e interest were psid punctually,
it would be well U deler any ailempl to pay the
principal until the resources of tbe Slate are fur-
Oi; developed, and new sources ot revenue
opened. H tben recommends that the bonds fot
IIOU.UOU at b per cent , niurg cue April 1, inou,
and the bonde for 1824.000 at i per cent . falling
due June 1st. IS&i. be renewed tor twenty years.
In regard lo bankn, Gov. Chapman has no objection
to them u tee legislature shouia eatstuisn them.
Many other topics of no general inlerest are dis
cussed, snd the U jvernor tnea cornea lo the sisve-
ry nueeuon. ne uses me strongest ooutnero
ground sgsinst the right of Congreee 10 forbid slsve-
ry in Ui lerritonea. ne men Denounces me pro
visional government in California, and all the re
cent proceedings lor loimtng a state constitution.
He then recommends to the iegsieiurein pro vice
for the calling of a State convention, immediately
upon the nissaee. by Congress.nl the YVjlmot Vt9
viso or any measure against slavery ia ite 1 errtio-
rieaer the District ol Columbia, and that the "sis
ter" slsve States be invited to unite in a general
convention ol a similar character.
Tko Aaaexstlea feellac la Caaasa.
Soma idea may be given ot the extent lo which
this excitement haa been carried hy the ntatemant
of the fact, that within one month, nine journals
bsve openly declared for the 'Manifesto," and
are now defending aoneiatioa. Ibej are the
Courier, Herald, L'Anvenio, Monileur at Moo
treat; Argus, Kiagston; Independent, Qiebec; In
dependent and Mirror, Toronto; Gazette, Shet-
broke. Besides these, thera are perhaps not lets
than a score that give annexation artiolea a (lace
in their columns, do not oppoa it, and many of
whom wiil, doubtless, soon declare themselves
in fsvor of the measure. Snch a sadden, such an
aitonishixg change, waa never witnessed among
the public journals of Canada aince the first whit
man first put his foot upon the banks of ihe St
Tub Watai Caoe. Good accounts of the your
wheat reachea ua Irom almost all quarters.
Western New York, according to the Rochester
American, it never looked better al thia nesson of
tbe year, than it does now. la Virginia, the- field
are fine, snd the newspapers in Uie beautiful wheal
districts of Maryland, speak in hightutms of the
prospect. We bsve seen bul tew accounts from
rennsvnanifl. out tney are lavjraoie. veroany
w havecood reports irom tveniucay, and ind. ana.
In oar own Stale, we have yet heard of no com
plaint. Open winters like the present, however,
are eery bad upon thia crop. cm. Ut.
Tai Bloom or Aoa. A good Woman never
growBOld. eara may paaaovel her head, Lot if
benevolence ana virture dwell in cer neari, tne ia
aa cheerful aa when the spring of lile first
opened lo her view. When we look upon a good
woman wa never think ot ber age; she looaa aa
charming aa when the roe of yooili bioomed oa
ber cheek. That rose baa not faded yet; it will
never fed. In ber family she ie the life and de.
light Ia her neighborhood she ia th friend
and benefactor. In Ihe church, the devout wot-
l ship Dei and Ihe exemplary chrialian. Who does
ool respect and love the woman who passed bet
days in aclsol kindness ana mercy; wno nss oeen
a friend of man and God; who whole Ufa bu
beea a aoene of kindness and love, a devotion to
truth aad religion. W lapest, auch a womaa
.innnl craw old. She will slwsys b fresh end
buoyant Inspirits, and active in hdtnble deeds of
I mercy and oenevoleace. If tha young lady desires
1 in ratxin th bloom and bCBUtT of YOUth, let
I bet lev truth and virtu; and to th oloe of
I life atie will retain thoa feeling whioti now
1 make Uf appaai a garden of swssU, aval fisah
CJTrouiN artiole In the Ut number of Hdnta
Slagaxice we copy the followirg lniercatinj auta-
menta. TheyafTmd a melancholy Ulnairatlon ef
the haiatda and flaaturtlona of meroantila lift:
It U aawrted thtt but oa ewlinnt mi rebut (uU hi
c'cafi hi ill recant aad lamantad) a eer eoctUtuad la
at ujp btnitMsa laika elt of tw York, to UtaclOM of a
long li;e,linmt umlergulng baakrupuy, oi a auspeo
on of i r "". ta ajoia vne ol th ritrioua crtaiae
thrvugh which tka eouutiy h neceaairily paaMd. 1
Urm Diatatof dsteriuidini dvi truth if thiaaiaerllna,
wt It mu t h om fiHixUtkiu, and I think It would
t diiflcultfor aitter of uttiadd to tia aumher,
It it m antarted.br rwiUbl Hathorlljr.rrom r :ordi
kepi iiHring patlil uC tvraiy to f irty yeata, that, of
etryhuaraitioiwla cwnrm: liusineaaw Bna
ion, iiinetjr five, tit Icaat, die J'! w. uf tba ama
nuvibBiia Ac ViMk.Kui twoultlmalely acqmraMua,
Iter paiuioa tht- if h ti.l(imvf.l-n preaaof bank.
i jpicyj whj it, rtu adeifOia lam pruportioa la atill
Hy the it itlsilea of bankruptcy aa collactad andar f w
unliorm bankrupt law of 1W1,
l'b: runibcr ol app'icanu for nlief uaJer
ttiat l.w wflra..
1 he ajiuber uf cieitiior raturnel f. tj.
The .mounts ot a?btBtt,fd Uti,
Vt.e Tuuo'i of r i-ny (urrealared 43..
If tau valuttioa wer correct, i early tee eDU wo
hita tieca allien every dollar duei tutwkatwr' .
lathanathaot Jinttfctof MtwYorkon cent waa ptll,
o i aversao, for each -lol sr tlaat In His aoetlicriu Ji..
lust, 131 ctir, beiiif by Ur lh Ury at (llvidcnd. In
tVMinecuiul ttw vftn ijlvkissd waa somewhat ovsr
hnif a ccntou each d Jtar.
n VtijlsJrsU was (cea'ato 10W
I i Maine
In MiehiKnaaud loss I "
In HasiathutetU a
1 1 Te ana wee
hi Mai ytuid
I.i Kea ucky
1 dollar te
In ftmnylvurls, Ksat Virginia, Bouts
AUbuns, Wsaluiiitoa Nothing.
f Paimur a Almanac, 18IS.
After miVltia e verTDoanible slkwauee (or ihe eshairCt
m ui of ihit eiior.u.mi aoiountof debt by Ir.flaiiua of
aperulaiiTS prices, Ac , the proportioa of lbs
illM 01.0.4) lost sv (boss of me lJb 603 creditor wbe
orre cngstsd is rapr and M;ilimais rmtiocus, must
II h iVe been linmems, and ins Justly be Charged
Ittit the profits of car regultf CiKnm res
Ttie Convention concluded n Saiurdsy last, the
oousiderstion of the report of the committee on
Dy tue pivviotuiut oTlle arttoU iu ralauoa ta
Jul dcpattnietit, as amcodetl and passed by the
Convention, the Governor is to he elected for four
y irH; the Auditor s d Kegixier of the Land Office
tut I i jr yers; lha Tiesaurer for iwo years all to
b eiecU d by a vote of the pe)p. The Secretary
o' SUie. it ia provided, shall tie appointed by tna
Givernor. The duties prescribed for the Lieut.
Gaiernor are st out ths same aa under the present
n.ne liiu lion 1 it in provided, however, that in caas
ol a vacancy in the office of Governor, by deaih
or resignation of tbe incumbent, or otherwise,
w tAia (if t yturt afltr A is mitatlation., a new elec-li-n
aba.l be held 10 fill the office; but if tbe va
Chiu y shall n t (crur until liter two tea's of the
mimstraUon shall have elapsed, then jie LleuL
G vei nor (hsll sicceed to tht Mtice of Govr:or.
Siciaasa on SnirBoanD. The British ship
Gipsey, Captain Verreli, lioin Liverpool, anived
here yesterday with 3UU steerage pissengera. On
lha passage there hsd been much aickneaa (ra
mbling cholera) on boaid, and twenty-four
drain a occurred. Of thia number, five were of
the crew. The Gipsey now ilea at Slaughter
HouierinL xV. O. Dlta,T,Ut utt.
fQTTha following, fiom the Cincinnati GuttU,
rill apply with much force t this city:
CHaaiTisa TdiaarrLian. Theliitle girls who are
dsily (eramalating ur slretts, with bshkets 00
llieir arms, and calling al evi-ry noues wits me os-
tensibie ol-ject of asking sins, a-e innumerable.
Au iiiatance occurred ou r riday laat. which calls
aome r marka trom us, to guard our ciuxena Irom
A little girl aut ten yrsta ol age caned at me
rouse ol a menu oioura, vH!e hufuniiy were at
reakfost. and asked tor "cold victunis." The
lidy of the house saw her provided for and told her
to wait and gel breakfast. I he lilils girl did so.
waa left at th table alone, but soon went awsy.
It wis soon discovered she had not only tsken her
Ixiskfsat, but had taken tit $ilter tpocna alao.
She was overtaken and brought back, but rrleased
nf'er receiving s kind but vers reprimand from
the adv, for her wicked conduct, and a little ad
vice to purane foe the lulu 111.
1 lie Motes ot the city ahou:d never encourage
ihese street bejrgtrs, there beirg provision mads
or 1 jod, u and tsimenl by the city sad county.
oi ft. I oji'clsof charily. Beside, whenever house
veper hte wearirg appirel in their dwellings,
rhi.-h has been condemned by them aa antitor loo
unf.ishiootble for H eir 011 use, thera sre places
provided (one on Wsinni street and another on
Vice) nnder the care of benevolent ladies, who
visit evury part I ths city, where such articles
will he pr prrly disposed ol.
That there are many deamute persons, floating ia
onr population is undoubtedly true, but ell must
ti meinset that these unf jituuatea generally know
where to go to find that "airt and emnfnri" whir.h
Uie lav ptUTliled for them.
Ihe daily current events lor centuries back have
proven ibnl in all large towns there are many such
impostors as the Utile girl spoken ol above. And
it ia generally the caae that they are sect out on
these mis-ions by wicked parents tiprtisly totltnL
In-taurt's have been shown frequently, in' out
sr;er c'ties. where children hv been sent out
i;fl scarce y any clolhea and no sloes upon then
peisoue, in tue nuJolo: w.nler, while ineir parents
hsd thojaands ol dollars in ths Duika. 11 there.
for i becomes ihe duty ot housekeepers to lake
good cue thai their e-ifteerf cha.iiiea are not re
aid by larcenies and burglaries.
in onr city is very Meat
OA letter from a lon-lgn correspondent in one
f the Northern punts ssys:
The laws acainst drunkenness sre very severe
in Sweden; for the first limn the offender Is fined
hreei'o Srs; lor the second six; for the thud snd
fourth limes a much Isrgersum; ho loses besides
the right to voir snd be voted lor. Tbe following
ondav he is eipsed in s sort nt pinory si uie
parish church. For the fifth offence he ia con
ned in a house ol correction, an months si nam
svir; and lor the sixth, the punishment lasts a
hole veal. A prson convicted of having tempt
ed another lo drunkenness is fined three dollars,
or aix if the victim be a minor. An ecclesiastic
oat his plsce on the first oftenoe: a civil officer
ia suspended snd sometimes removed. Drunken-
nea is not sccepied ss so excuse for or palliation
of any offence; and a man who haa died 01 cruak
onees Is not buried in consecrated ground.
HoNOBaBiB SATtsracriOK. One of the
l we I
tirlleiige to the field, to fights duel, that
vet hesrd ol, wss made bv a truly DoootaDie
I.. . f h. 1.1. William t intnln Af W tTrm .1 r
who. after an editorial controversy with a brother
editor, in which he came off with flying colors
mu naniiTiouiy offered to his opponent honorsble
sstisfsction in the field; the weapons to be hoes,
each party lo dig one acre of potatoee, and
wtose wotk waa dine best snd in ths shortest
time to be declared tbe victor. Should the chal
lenge to mortal pottto digging be accepted, he
would transmit the sue ot bis hoe by s iriend, wno
would srians the preliminsries for the settle
mDtot sli difficulties. No tVist result could
ariae fiomsucb n doe!. RuL Jour.
Coi.umbcs. Dec. 6.
The House is fully organised. All democratic
sdmilted, Free Soilms generally voting dsmocrs-
Ia ths Senate theie is no immediat prospect of
organization, both nierabera from Hamilton eoun.
. . ur . . 1 .... m.lr. An
ii claim aaaia. nftinirrccuH io
Satardar ntsat. Newton Wirer, brother of the
lite postmaster at this city, had an altercation in
t'?e street with Jno.S. Thomas, Broker, of lb firm
nf Hennist dt Cc. Pistols were drswn but not
....J Tkl. aliamrwtn the nsrliea met in front of
the Planters' Hotel; Wimer begen shooting
at Tho osa, and Ihoaaa al wimer nine aneiai
UHM KBJl'lR iVSSSe " a...-- a - - -
O U'klla Anm.m this.
tn-aji- DaiLn nirn wuu b lwu wuiio uuma "
".s. . i s.i-k.j . ..
. s J . . .T , H.n.4sl TkAmsa I
2 .lL. thaush dsneer is snntehended from
the blows on tne nesu. iu.iiuwi m- nti
was, that some months since Thomas failed lo re-
j . ? . . . hmt aaa asl s 4 a p. a v s arV In A
ceive aiarge re.r..iu.,.o "7 ". -- -a
r..t nffiri wiih fraud.- Wimer was a eleik ia the
nfflr.a snd nnat in Thomns' face,
Wimer, shot bv Thomas last night, is deed.
Facta have com to light exhoneraling Wimer
from the charge brought by Tliomaa which led to
.... nnarrol. Thomas will recover.
Suioi do. David Dill, late proprietor of tha
Tontine, ahot himself through the hesd, while in
bed at th Planters' House, this afternoon.
Th steamer is now overdue. Th wire ar
Interrupted between Boston and Halifax,
iniaii v (ByO'Klelly'sLlne.J
Memphis. Deo. 6.
n.i.. frnrnTsits. Nov. 12. have been received.
The cotton crop is short throughout the Slate, and
ia worse thsn wsa aoticipstea.
n.n Hr..nkn nsd receivsa new mat in va-
mancbe, Warbitas, and Otnei moian uioea use
UarneH tnrelbel lor war onuiewoiiea. lunair
luiy expedition Irom tne ironuei wan recauvu,
tv. . ..nlinni wsis strenithetied.
"'" " . . :" -- .-j u i.t. ..l cmiK
The weatner nere w oau. iueuiuia uu
Memphis have teen united under one charter.
GOLD Diootas. W lean that, In an officio
..- t tv,. w.r llenartment on th Civil affairs
ol California, Gen. Biley sUmte the number of
persons actually employed in oigging goiu a
tiovand, hlln tb numbet of persona engsged
in other employments at lha placets would greatly
incresee thia amounL The leport in question will
ptobably accompany tbe meawje of th Ptesident,
and be found to contain muoh valuable informa
tion. -Vat. InttL -
Wa leant uMifllelally IbUJ. N-rrm Sthli,
Esq., of Marjland,.haa been appointed Charge
d' Affair ea to Ihe Bepuhlia of Yanaxuala-ioL
bud. , .. t
Lo SroDtiii Blni-A correepondentbf a
Miohigaa pper, writing fron Ypmlaoti, gHe an
aocounl of the arteal of MUa Duncan, charged
with the or use of areoa.' Ilia aceaaed bad nteided
In Ypoilwtl aevaral yaara, and, curled on the baal
aeaa of a mliiioet. Aboat a year since, upon he
narriage or a Mr. KUpatrjck, Miaa IX alleged a
bieach of promiae to her, on bia part, bat waa
unable to procure couaael to ataial her la bring
ing an aetioa againat him. She the declared her
determination to revenge herself by pereoual in
ty to Mr. K. bat her tbreU were disregarded.
Two Area occurrei afierward. in the r.llaee.
crifinattng in houaes owned by Kilpatrick . After
lueaecoa nra, tno urtaiaoi miM Uuncaa being
broaght to mind, hei motiima were waichei.-f
al length, by uaiita artful meaauree. aha r
ducedta cor fwa Fr wncipnii in the-,
and eh imf , ') - ,r0 aj.e-
f her yeiifc
he littla CiycU..
aii hee t.
B iwen has beeu her stoi iaiors ansiaiiii , ,
counsel, and famishing suieiier, food bud miiu-rial
tor carrying out her purposes. It would seem that
her dsiHrmination for revenge has rua Into a kind
of monomania. The accused were held to bail
In lha sum of 12,000 each, ia dsfaalt of which
il.ey were fudy committed 10 answer al lha next
term of the eouii. ,
At ths last term of the Putn-.ru Circuit Court, a
juegmeiii 01 vouu was aowtaen sgsmst W. 3.
lowasend, ooauiy Clerk, as damages lot issuing a
marriage license to a amis minor. Accoidang u a
writer 10 toe urcencsstiii dentinei, ihe t was a
very sicg jlat on. Tbe sail waa not brought uaul
two vtuit after the marruiges ths weddiag look
place at the plainiiffa cwu bouse, while he waa
at borne, and spparentlr with his full consent 1 if
ibsas slatemeaUi be Hue, lha veidirt aesda ex
planation. Juries are remaikibty facetious some-
umcA adman Stat$ timlme. ' ;
have lecvnily teemed wiir acaosuia olTa rsiL).
teiioos knocking," beaid la varioua portioaa of
that city. This knockiag was first heard oa the
west aide of the liver, but It U now coofinV-o no
particular location. Ttvt presence in anf place
of a Mrs. Fish aoeTa Miss Cox, ladies well known
in Koohesier, ptpducea lbs knocking, and without
their presence the noise ia never heard. Whete
they are prevent (his perfecly inimitable knocking
is bs:d, snd clialts snd Isbles act) moves about,
indicating lha presence of aa ac'jve invisible
power. A meeting haa been held at which these
ladies attended with the.aeusi phenomena, ar.d a
committee of investigation was appoinisd. They
reported that thy heard the tappmg, but could
not account for iu Another eotuiniuee has been
appointed to look into the subject.
ETTte Lexington Oiemt and Krpotter of
yesterday publishes several' " "" -A.ih,
showing the depressed C" , -,- .lagging
and Eope market, ao4 pislssi-tras fallows
Hshp, Baooiaa iu Bpyk. The manufactu
rera will want but a very email quantity of hemp
before tbe new crop cornea into market, wtich w
learn ia very abundant, of unusually good fusiiiy,
and freely offered at S3, at which there are at pies
ent no sales. The high price al which the aruele
has ranged for the paal ytar haa prevented any
shipments to ths Eaaleru market, which has been
supplied with a eery heavy import olBusaiabemp,
yarns, cordage aod even bale rope, aad which are
sold at prioaa defying competition horn lbs Amer
The proapectof onr begging ar.d rope manufac
turers for lb next year aie, we regret to ssy, very
dull,ss will be seen by the following extracts
irom letters received Horn Ihe mast reapeclabie
houaes in tbe South within the laat few days, and
which have been furniahed us by the patties to
whom they were addressed. It is certainly to be
regretted that the quslity of bagging ahould be so
inferior, and deairaulatihal the beet article suita
ble for ths purpose aVild be made by all, and it
is unwise that any maautaciurer should everhsve
the eomplsiot mads against him contained in one
of the extracts we give. It is certain that the
planters are unwilling ta pay a proper difference
for a superior aruele; yet when gunny baga are
used aa a substitute oa account of the inferior
quality of onr bagging, it is very impor'snt to prel
vent this, snd thai a unlTorm standard should be
sdopted. W'e learn that soma manufacturers talk
of memorialising the Legislature to pass a law
BCTThe recent sudden rise ia the Mississippi
at St. Loaia, did conaidsrable damage to freight
and goods on the levee at that city. The Reveille
of Thursday last, the 29ih alu,ssys:
! - amamutm thfir nnsoeite the eilv wsa Stil
rising alowly. Since In a I Moiidy it baa itr.
ess thsn 11 feet. The Illinois river, si Tuples,
has risen 6 feet within ths past few days, and the
Upper Mississippi some 4 feet. The greet rise is
considered exusordinary at ibis season 01 the year
Saocamo Arvais. Mr. Charles A. Snyder, a
cititru of Kensington, Philadelphia, was shoi
dssd while wslking slong Gerard Avenue, on Fit
day afternoon, by a jeraon who waa carelessly
firings! a mark. Two men, Wm. Commerly and
John Williams, wsre arrested for the offence.
0Two men named Quidehy and Woodlock
were fighting neat SU Louis, a fewdsys since.
Another msn named Dune endeavored to aepa-
rata them, when Quidehy turned upon Dunn, wbo
drew a knife and elabbed bin in Ihe breast aod
abdomen, from the effects of which he died in a
(LfThe oid (xwitt House in Claiborne parish,
La., waa deei.oyed by file oa the 7th inst, logeth
er with the Klerk's cfBce and all the records. It
ia supposed to bsve been the work of an incet
(QTThe railwsysof Eoglsnd have reached near
ly 6,000 miles in length.
C20a the morning of the 231 ulL, all the
steamers ia port at New Orleans hsd their fags a
r . . f
hs l-msst, as a mark of respect for the menxiy of
uapu uasun. oi uie oosiona.
ICrOa the Slhof Aagust, tha schooner Sacta-j
mento.rom New Orleans for San Frsnoisco. wm
wrecked oa the straits of Magellan. All the pat-
,erlgera wera saved,
ir-y-Several daring robberies were co nmitted st
New Orleans on the 2fith ulu oa pssseagers on
boa.d tbe steatrera Woodsmxa and Concordia.
Jrjrr The people of New Orleans are clamor
ing for tbe enactment ot laws to guara agatnei
steamboat disasteia, and for pen titles agsinsl en-
OT The New York Mirror epeake favorably of
a newly invc nted machine for carving metal or
wood, now in operation ia that city. It ia sai 1 lo
work with rapi lily and excellence.
SinevLaa IrrsotsTS of Dnata. Mr. Wm,
Clark, or Malona.N. Y.,woa recently killed hy
being thrown fum a wagon loaded with gratt
tones, which latt fell upon and crushed him,
V.swost Liou'TiOH. Th Legisistur of
Vermont hsa pssud a resolution urging on th
general government the annexation of Canada,
nd .ejoiuijona n r. gard lo slavery, urging it
abolition in lha Districtof Columbis, oa th. high
I . . ..... js r. a
A Noblb Wo.-Th eitiaens of New Orleana
. ..j k Il.t fir ih. l!.faf
Bave siancu masiiiijnmu -
the inlTtyjn- ufferera by the explosion of the ill
, , . .Anil;IIL Th !!,. i. beaded by Mf. SamU
Gourley, who subscribed sml paid in thehandsoan
gyihera ar ten new teamen building at
PilUburgh at this time. Thra of them are 2oU
feet In length.
CTA mail-bag from th southern portion oil
Missouri, directed to SL Louis, waa loat from tbe
aUg la t week, andtheperaon finding it cut U
..ri .-nhhi-d tka letters of their conlenta.
ts-The Sl Louia KtpMOUtan, oi tna isi inau,
DOtea sales ot WOO bog at Wi, I J iO and Ti 0U,
rtiTidini on 100 aid 200 lbs.
. -.- n-,... Alvant TiYl
niTBUUlia - - v
has beea raised ia New Orleans within a tew
monthe. to pay a debt ou lh Poydraa street Meth
odist Church. A number of th individual con
tributions are from 500 to I'XX each.
3Thero was a meeting at Mayavilla ou Satur
day last, to take atepa towards th construction of
a railroad from that plan to Lexington. Several
airvment and abl aneecbea were made, and it
wsa determined to hold sooth sr meeting on loon-
dsy next, to consider the same aubjecL
Bivival IB UiaaiA. A revival of rellflon has
been anderwsy for forUilght past, ia the Metho -
dial Episcopal Chuioh, at Urbanna, U., under tb
-l.ui.it.. nr Ihl Rtf. J. H. ins 1 13. VWltnia
.JTZlZ,: . anardrd. ef IfM neraan hav.
ia, nuua I -a- a
..s .L I amtlia nliiisnh- -
atrBnaotaa maiiiswi o "" .
1 . . : .'.:.''' " 1
(-glSAPS THAN TUB CHBAPMT. AIB At
. pood am ran Bicrrr ,
Only gl 00 a Year to Clubs.
M.OSM a NW 8UBJCKIBKRS WAVTEDII
rHK LOUISVILLE WEEKLY COURIER.
In aending ont the liopciue of th- WEEKLY
UprEH frjr f - :x:h jttt aiu.-e it haa Uea tut-
"""Uol . piopristorahip of thw subscii.
-jns Wskej(iief avkass'
viidff of fintfs, iu e
hf for lha filror,:
3 u ,w
r-rt i lie W,
la no virtue 3k Lidueu, , watchfulness and
prwe. t ..: :- ' , ... .-
In politica the Cooaiu la hi-K- M.uttw
V hig. It will te inodNrai and ci... ; t
firm ia Its principles'. ' Our r--J e1-"
posted up on all soiilW
we ahll studiously a.,.
dry and tedious diquiaitne, 'L
hut few beaidtrs old hanV-;
politioiaria. ' W app- o p,jrav. v'
poit on account cf ou Wc u
general meriu of our p., s for paaa;
tnd when we fail lo make Lb C i less iaU.
easing or cf less value ;" r-1 : v ""'
not complain if patrv , U t .
As a Nawira" - - r
)s wM t-'.-.
hav the ery Wt news by ,
lightning, wheuerer jf -ney C '
cur it, y e
As a Ceaiiruraa pssei, o fL -can
begin to compel with it.
ony paper In Loaisvill tUsfg
pens of etuifiu a reporter 'wbU egc
duty it ia to gthr and report aii (he trana.
of our market, eorrjpile tiver news, Ac f
atiention is aUo pM XitfuT-
all the other Important marl;
Hereof' et particular aitew, . i
ha Agricultural department, and w t '
make itnaefu! sad valuable aTV
farmers who have pauoniaea oa.' I
The atiaceffaasevs Je-' nt
QXigiaal and aelecte "
and hiatoiical sV' roi'l
dtc, snd wer -uuiale-
S iMa feature
shall alwayef ake th
to the family circle.
A hetetouta th C... ,Ji eo&iaia all the
current news ot ths d ' foreign snd domes
tic, well digested aufiu ia of th procaeditigs ia
Corgresa and our Suu Legislature, and all other
matters that will prove of inlereatto th public.
11) CouBtxs ia printed oa a large and aplendid
machine power press, which ia propelled by a
beautiful stesm engine of six-hora power. It ia
one of the largest aod handsomest sheets ia the
Union, snd for the amount of mailer it contains
and the great car taken ia It preparation, it ia
beyond all question THE CHEAPEST PAPER IN
THE WOBLUI G od s it is, we intend to make
it elill better, and ia order to enable ua to continue
lo improve it, we hereby call on ourfrieods in all
quaitera ot th glob, lo aid us by raising clubs ia
their respective neighborhoods. There ia aola
villsge in the West or South wber a club of from
five to fifty subscribers could not b raised wiih
s Ui fling effort. Coma up to our support then,
friends, and send as clubs by fives, tens, twenties,
fifties and hundiedal
We call particular attention lo our
CIPKaCBDSaTKOLY LOW TERMS.
One Copy of the Weekly Courier, oa year, SI 60
r ive Upiea do do do b UU
lo do do do do - IU UU
One Copy of th Courier and on Copy of
Ifodey s Lsdy s Book, one yeer, - 3 bu
f wo Copies of the Courier and th Lady's
Hmb. iwmnii - - A fifl
Fiv Copies of th courier and in Ladya
Book, one year. 7 60
fen Copies ot th Courier and th Lady's
Book, one year .... li UU
Any person who sends ua twenty subscribers,
II receive s copy rrsus.
Any of th S3 Macsxmes sent instead of the
Lady's Book, when denied.
Remittances may be made at my riak.
The CASH SYSTEM is fully in force ia this es-
lablishment. No pater is sent unless the sub
scription ia paid in advance, and all papers are
promptly discontinued at th expiration of the time
tor which they are paid.
All letters must be addressed lo
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Courier Steam Printing Establishment,
61, Pearl Street,
td"Sach of our country exchange as copy the
above prospectus a few times will receive the
f KI-WEEKLY COURIKK inexebange lor their
Weekly Review or the LaaUvlUo Moeaea.
REMAKES Our market remaiaa quiet and rather
Inacuve ia all ths lea ling artx'cs of ttsde, anl traaaac-
tions ostiaue ot a 'trailed ehirictcr. There is however
an latprovenicn. In proviatons, an I more firm new has
beea mtni'ssted Is breadsuSs during ths pa4 few day.
ihr.lew Voik and re Oileasa nvirksts bsvs conBJ-
erahly improved is retard to pork, wk ch haa stimulated
P" " d droT,r kto
higher ra'ea than heretofore. This haa caused a resc-
" .... . . k .
tlon smong buysrswho refsseto enter tbsvaarkstat
h T,lUl , ,o4 opr,lioM , at. hghu
The hog ktUingfoa ubothif over, and M.ooohopl
hive t eea aliughterad hers thus far. Thsrs are a great
many still oa the way, aad if pri.ei keep op the aumber
that wiU be kills 1 here thia aessoa wUl fu'ly equal. If sot
exceed tka of last ssaaon. Ths grocsry and produae
mat kst Is ancbaiiged, with mo-lerata receipts.
The wather durtrg the greater portion o' tbe week
bss been d ssgreeabls, and raiuy, and rather chilly, bat
fot the last diy or two It haa beea clar and plsasaat'y
cool. Ths river lirlBag with apwards oT sia hat water
tn the canal. Freights ar dull and very scarce.
BAGGlXQ AUD ROPE Ths market soattnass dull
with ltUe or no demand. We Quote the extreme rates
of prices sta range of 14al5c for Bagging aad StsTftc for
Rope.sccordisgti) terms, quality, As. Stocks Wr Ilk
receipts thU week of 1,839 pieces, sad M? colls. Th
sbipaients wsrs t.tfiO pieces ssd 1.130 coils. Tie
stocks left oa aaad amount to 8.M0 pieces aad 10,001
COTTO AJI D COTTOW YARJfS Cotton la la lair
reqseat. with sales of 40 salsa Tennessee aad A la barn a
at lOilOJc. Receipts of t!9 bales. Cottoa Taraa are
Aral at 81, t aad 10 par doaea for the dirTersat lum
bcrt, w tk two and a ball par cent of to the trade. Good
Batting commands 10c.
COAL AKD WOOD Ths supply of Pittsbnrgh Coal
Ii quits fslr, snd ws quote sales by lha boat load at
8e, aad sales at tc retail aaes at 19sl2e, dettvere.
Good Wood is ssUing from wagoas at SI to to 3 per
toad. . .
CANDLES. w quote Hperrn aomwai at 77ajHC
Star Candies from Us assaufar.toryta tola at 81c ; rrom
store st83c. Kales of Samraer Mould and Proased Can
dles st 9a94c, In loU Commoa Mould 8c
COO PEK A LiK. The demand Is good for ths differs nt
articles. Wc continue to quota floor Barren at 90s30ci
I Whisky Barrels 90cl; Slack Rhds 90af 1 12 sack; pork
Barreisnuaaoci u ivsissou.
I nn.in a na . ill - UKa - 1 1 !. ft lis . I
0oriMtho-ft, manufact oryatllc , tale. of otlsdaad
wrTwl cordageat llalSe per lb. fiateaof Baling Haaap
Twin st 13alle from stores; sacking Twins we quota
CORNMRAL Ws quota ssletky theqaaatlty at 43a
I soc.p bashcL saiaa at the miiu for hua-drted ft aoa
I it Pr bbL
I nuv flAinl Tk. mrnlnfl Ihll Mk ,uwbI fil W
I -.eoa tai 623 package Pncsa rary si cor
I d(n. to Xmt qaiUties, sod ws sua. Meaehed goads al H
I for vary common to 10c for ahoice. Browa aottoassad
aheeUngsraageiromogwviG. "' ws qaom irom a
P8ATHEB3 Bales are regular frara the country al
9Ba99c( lots for shipping command 30o.
FKTJIT8 RscslpU HikU Wa quota Dried Apptssst
St 6s$t 11 per hushet Dried Peaches f9 Sef3 M
per aoaheL Buceh BaMaa w foot at X AOs (3 76
ar box, according to quality st retail. Prone
srs worth rrom 90 lo wc pigs tatauc. Dates Baton.
8. B. Altnoada 1 to 13c Zaats Curraata lOaiatuv
Lemons sad Oranges ws quote at 9k U par box hy
OPLOUR AND GRAIir The Floor market Is firwer
with sales of good braads from stoess Is Ms st 81 sTIs
BtJO. Retail sslss st $dsf sO for chatcrada. Ba-
lcj bhla. Wkst comnuads 80c. Betait sales of saw
Cora ata3Xaaleiof ad Cora st aMDct Good Oats
I anUMaaaT.Hwa.iw. " a wwraa as aanavu
ta bulk. EWea of EUrlsy at aOa&Ja, wtthagood.
QIi.F.f O CMaaiendj !3vHc . - "
GCWWT BAOs Jeaiiaal qiatc. "
Q 30C ftaia -Palf dasaaas . w raeeljti at m sags
rcase, isa kkas , tta so., ttt sjhsu,
Pla Cstree ia vwrylnm, wtlalsa at 11 tS ka tetsan4
retail. Java Carres we swb at lkslba. ftajjar ta at
aiuUs easier MUts, with sales af lae kada new step
feiooghttevrsraetigc. tlbt Miss t sif warm sari S4.I
sagarataaAio. Waewote Loaf. CUitfled sad teleeJ
Ssgara at TUlc for the ditTersat awabera sad awaimes.
Havaaa agar. la ssaes. we awoto at to ts, ss per
ewaDty. PtanUOoa woiasBes la la lair i sweet, win
gat sales at UiHc iwrkoss MoJiisca ws sooU U
JUaJrr,with a sale at lie as pat quslUy.AA. Cfeeeti
fait aeouaa,wUk a gned stock, leleseft si'
Vscelptsaiiawsakt.Tnsoxss. BKw tt
tnt rsUil t" "--a. p --
. . t : tt ,
A, Boats a.
1 4t PoTTT",
H SsiTH. 14
.1. CimaaT, i"-'
ss Life by Lswei;
ud Te Be, by Miss MscUitvS
- :!!'' Li of frsncu lha Firm
( Auit K.iKf'a Tales, by Mus Mscisiusbi
-irmaiwJSBa wpneu aieissy;
Taif fb w aii. Ore i
Irvisr"! ' sl (.Maiuhosi
Spar"'' siicaa Bc'i hy;
lnr 4ij Heriaaa i lik ;
lMr'S AmK'uSt.S. b 'Suntj
. ld Mi'iBS IS XW Kotl cf.
Psust, a Trsasdy. by Utfslhet
MaiioUi'ahialoryef IU j, Past tad Presest;
Kutbsa, by Kiaglake, 1 vol. doto )
Mlrabcau, a Lua mior t
Psnloc'a Life of louuXIV.j
HsaiiU's aiupsU'a Piae Works;
Irving Talcs uf a Traveller aiad Astoria;
Smiib'a Weil b of SaUoas.
Oa baad sad for sals by
WATER-CURE IN CHRONIC DISEASES.
II exposrtioa of tbe Cauat. Procreai. ai.d Tirana
alios if various i hroa.c Uuttxi at US Digestive
Oifsns. Lung. .Xeivea, Limbs, sad bhia;aad ui their
ricsiaieal by Wsurard oibsr Hyfisraa ataaas. By J.
Msaby Gully, M.D. Plate, 12mo. gl.D.ilotb.
WATER-CURE IN AMERICA.
Two ksadted so J Twenty casss of virions dixs-Mw.l
trsatsdwitb wsterb'ths Amencaa water-cars pnysi
ilsas. V lib cases of Domestic pracUe,"ile if hy
dropatlite lasuuiuoos aad tutilicauoiia, die, die. 7 sis.,
WATER-CURE FOR LADIES.
A popjlar work oa tbe Hel:b. Diet, an I Rtgl-i eao
Psmalcs suJ Ch Hlrea, and rrsrsntios an-l loci of Dis
asses; W stb s fiU account ef lbs Proesaiif Wsieror,
diastrstedby vsnouscsMi. By Mrs. bi. L. ew. Be
vus.I by Joel Shew, M. D. 1 votuaie. pi ice SocU.
Pnblubed snd lor aUe by
161, Hroadwiy. w Ti rk,
Abdby MSCaAll H MOkTo.X,
Rov. 10 jl Maia slreeU
MISS PARDOE'S NEW WORK.
FlKSl'. 9 volumes, pf ce fl.
HITVBOLDT'tJ NRW DOOK.
ASPECTS OP 5 1TUHK IU DtrTKSE.VT tLI
M ATfcS AMD LA3L Pme (1 ja. Par ssle Kv
bECawUH rfc MOHTOM,
Nov. 10 t3i Jtaia streat
laaaractiwsi la Bltaglaai wad aa
MADAME ABLAMOWICZbegt. to anaooBcelotbe
ladies of LorisvUie snd vttinitr that she bascoia
to read ia thu city, aad thai she will ba bsrpy ta
devote her leisure biwirt to tbe instratUoa ol a ft w . ajiea
ia sUtgiuf aad smi tb Pisac Peiie.
Purtntr partKuars can usriuinou curTcctiy so. at
atber huan.oa W.loat strest. a.Lh bouse esst of tbe
corner of Pirsu Ansa
TUAksUVASU rl KKITl.
MEDICAL DEPAKTJkB. f.
T'HS XM Sessioawillopeaoa tbe 1st Moadsy in Xo-
1 nanci asatsadsi ths airtsuoa ol ut louoataa
Ben). W. Dudley, M. D-, Profeaaor of tbe Praciptes
aad Practice of nurgery.
Robert Peter, M. D., Prcfessor ef CbeiaUtry sad
Jsmes M.Biuh, M. D., Professor of Special aad bar
fit si Ansloniy.
tUml. Asnui, st. D., Professor of Theory and Prac
tice uf Medina.
Eihelhert L. Dudley, M. D.. Profeasorof bencial aad
PstholozKal Anatomy and PbVkioincy-
Henry M. Boih.t, w. ., Professor of Materia Medica
Wm. M. Hoiinc. M. D-. Prof, ef Oh-Jetrki snd tbe
Diseases ef Wotns a ssd t-fciliisa.
H. M. tikillmaii, M. D., Demonstrator of Aaatoaiy.
Tha coat of a full course is f 106, isvanshly In alvaixe.
Tbe M (iculatH.n sal Lirwsry u-:aet is J... Tbe iris,
sectiogtickettio 1 hs or.dustioe Fee i Bwrd
lug snd lodgiag from (8 to $3 M r ir wee fc .
KUBkKl riICK, .W.W.,
Dcaaof lha Kacuity.
Lexington. By., July 91. 1819. am
P" lA4VrORTKW'e have ja.t received aa la
vesrsof Piaao-Portes. new and haaulifnl pallaraa
which in additioa to oar former siock, rcsders our as
soitmest one of lha most complete and varied ever ol
farad to the Western public. W ksvs now la stora
1 magnificsatcarved rosewood loctr- Ptaao-Portet
1 plain do 7 t. dot
9 sxtrs finished do 4 do dot
1 vsryaupenor do 44 do dot
9 pla a sqitar tablet do H do
t roead cornered do 4 do do;
9 UoUuc tartlet rosewood S octave Plaao- Porte, with
t lash taMet reneweod ( octave Plaao-Portes. with
4 piaia squars roswood octavs Piano Fortes, with
t Aaely finlsaed atahogaay a octavs Piano-Forts;
1 plain square do do da.
Tbsae PUao Fortes are sold at Msw York saaaafacta-
rers' prices l srs wamatsd.
ttarsscoad aaad Piaaoa booghtsSsekaaged, and re
paired. KP"Alwaysa hand (wholeaals ssd ratal!) Musical
lastrsmeata efall kinds. Masic Books, ss.l tn lugeit
aasortmeat of sheet Music to be loand rathe Wcsu
PETERS, WEBB ok I O,
Masic and Book Dealer.
July T tf Beit to Baak of Louiavuie.
a. - sTBAkMS. caacaccT esarssren.
PUkBIBU dkr WKATHER.BOARDl.tt MILL.
STEAKN8 & IX).
A LARGE aasnrtmenl of FLOORING, FHELYIXG.
WBATdEK-BOARDljlU, ., cuouaUy oa
U-irWBATHRR-BOARDIXO. FLOORIG, 4c-
aawad anil dressed to order. Covworoa. ky.
June U tf
JH1 V. BAST.
ABuracTvaMa aao larosrss oe
SNUFF, CIGARS, SMOKING AND
.1 w TSt Third street, betweea Jaabrsoa aad Mar am.
Ill loeiiTii.i i, gt
ROTICK TO TAILORS.
THE suhssnbsrssr now, nf sired ia Us aawfarfaire
of Glaaed Waddine, black aad whit, lor to aa 4
taiiora aad cloth la rs. It ts ef th very beet qaallty, al
By thickness iquired,wellgtaad. and sold tower thaa
the Eastern article. We are bow maniac it in saAciem
qnaaUtiaa to supply tb wboU dsmaad west af tb Aha
ghaetm. Ordrrrom dry goadsJoMrs,ctacis,.,
prom ptly attaadsd t.
V RUSSELL aj STBAKtB.
riactanstt, Jasaary 90, 184a. tf
NKW KTBAM PtBMITl'RB FAITOHV.
CORjIKK OF MAUI AMD POL'KTEJTU BTS
WE ar peepared to asaaatortare evary tbiac ia ea
Une. oa terms as im vurabis assay othar sstablrsb
awatlatha Waau Tba patroaagsof tbs paBlic issullc
W anTao-CksiTy , Walnut, Sycamore, Gam aad Pop.
Asg.s tf. J. M. A- A. J.LiyrOLW.
HftkOHAM MAHlUt YAK.
aia STaasraaaa aiwra.
T KEEP oa band lor sals, at the tows at cash rates
I a vary description of Mat ale work. 1 will supply the
trads with veemoat martae at 70 cants par toot. Marti
MaaUssrramBaOta aiow. liausa taruiturs nt ft 12 j.
g hm th folloartag srucles wbolssal aad raiaiai rxlad
Plantar af Para, (round au. fiw manuring purps
Whit Sand, Marhl Duat for Soda Water. Fir Bnch
aad Clay. Hydrastis Ceatesl and sanunoa Lime. Pet
Bonawanting any cd the above aractas, edbar for city
consumption of Country custom, rs bo suppitsd. Ortlsrl
rrom tas sonmry rcaaacuaay soim iieo .
If .B. A targ slat ef Italia a Martle Was fust rcid
iwllur ml iw. rvldraw
WSbttUattVP Jk .IrHMICK, '.
. i . Aad Daators la
NaaswaU ana ormaav.
"ta ol th Big Plan, U, Tbwd aKiaat. near Ma
t r Ai aC ?jul '
i j'p c'zs ta n as tux r
-c of tbm ririrs
l Iraaaaa. riMm, ar Ja
4fc ttiss, iuaj, barevua m
.a iisr. S.U Mmtd,
1 it J I .' if UU Bms wwst JwcM
.wrdoTS CU.t, - kttic 6 sci . acawetaw.
-e LuMAa f " -seme ariMt rsas ta -
HIMiViV jiatHmtr iireys. L
er --'cs aw Vj -!, Crs
tisru-. IX m rim, 4rc
in t aaa scaUM a, vary ss
i;. raymtstMi turn ttt a
niyoaiU swats rs.wtmkAaaipTia awiity ha
js ssttaiasd. XtJkT9c 'mim ws aa afbssastsw
.laae, wo swaUixjsatlaearrs ts aatewa, aa
aussaaaJ cariuas. bj4 ea Tsissrsdk bssTb sad '
tecrofulaa yatisit,cawrv4 wit asan,
Cia fHaLMlf aad ais aaeadasis, baa aasa saaae
i Hi . ui p mu ilw
rnnii lir ' ti- - I sis 1 1 im a Isri. saraw
tIk jrqitian.aaa aau fVatavna?tfiaaelMaa
lUrLtBMataf tas sscrtavwatsaai aad tae ttt ari
tioa. kas beis aaVl sail yasre tnwi tae rasa af eav
aassas)d sow, with Itgssyatedcastaflnes. rM has
uXitottrSsiscacy fe? tit aansfess psvyataOua. Tka
IcaUaway of tause wba bass baas casnd by tea a, wsa
Uasif fsaVlsaoee, bsa bcaa pabtwaed awes Saw ta aata
acd waj) k( deauabts. a aaaaa af ta suet evarwaswaaa
SJfftmi ? 1 ' ''fT r. revnajWii a 1 a -UhwttIjIu
lawslimsbie value. TVs saSOf.aav t iSae
waa bavs aut aas4 Uis ' .as. Tae aus asiteaaa
trial of iu vutaas, aosl apyrvpnat it
bcsehU ahacb it aiooe caa I
TRUTU IS STRANGER TUA5 FICTION.
The sf.sstiaa cf ti realar a caual ts tb hif sswg
sstuuUaiag cars, sdccie b lb ess tf a j- Aaasgy.
I -. '-rf i-j;., that I base truiws I nail t k - t'T
bsa srflii tad ior tae aa Svs srs sat t nnws. aul s
ta raiaedia I asd aad ae efsct a wvss.m ihe n j i
grsas uf tea comp st ati oa ta liunn, aae m- r
iitm sura, sad silos aapsansa sia asvaatsaad
sifritydoiiua wiia par
la isetsd-ss wuauat success, tin uie
saay IM carus m aer boss, as i as -.
I I'"T T '"'--Hi ij t ii mu id urn .sa
ravagea ia tbe real of bar Muata.
Ic tots drsadlul akasaaa. witn the irwmt l east
staniif ber ia lb lace. I staial bar cat la Cr. lanwwaf .
tbsaentiorasads'a-snBearXa.ia ilcn. . t.. ..
aboai 1 w advwd ta as biat Mticle; aad la my
pnae and that ef my aeigaeera. ta a boas bersMa wb
known, sitsr nstas fcair sad a hl but Jm as in .
sd to pel led beaita.asd tlslaiw space at rbr swu,
and ass acts isemtislss wa ram tbe h as sa
la sitneaM' taetmiaaf tsw usssmlI base bsra
aatoallUed lay aaaia, Ibis 1Mb dsyal se . lC.
JOaBPH HltunU, J. p.
MoaU ef Ssaa Bivsr, Craven ta.,3. C.
ULCER CURED OF SEYLN YE-tRSSTASDlSC
This care waaaliictsd la Jaly. tCMl, tber tees beaa
susya.ptoauef s rttara,aai bar heart wa trnasaa
'aw Tata. Jalj a. Has.
Messrs. Baapa. - faeatleiea - l saidsv a bat an act
ef jaaiKe to ya ta Wale tas to.laaniaclBkB misisms
ta tae giant beaekt I bava racird is una Hra uaaa oa
at nsi Cancanoca L'LCaa ua my hs mat.
I wsa maad cichieaa moataa y sieralaraad sAilM
phyweuua. issiaad by uw adwaa aai aanaari sd aa a
oir mast able and eapenetead sat f was. sUiaii ia
sat beant waaisr. 11 1 i ir im nail n n me
irgsaacer were reined ta, (a hs waa aatuan
aiy brssat ass burnad witar mac iareiMKaa stt.wd
hx" as It wss dull synaaed waa a aaaaaantua ml a-U as
acid, sad tbe cavtly ar lateraal ncee a as aa ia se taal is
bldavcraaaaaco( tb sutauoa. - -' iiin
U sicsr and taaa wad tb baaa. sad saas ta daaaa
was ad sac ml rapidis w toe laafi, aad M 1 ata ava mat
faaiij reuef by medwsbt esbv saaperauua. urn tasauS
wuakl b fatal. 1 was Jvad as a ia --im mtat
oraaad tb boarsessatiaed: bai Sasmg saw we fi ,m
what bad keen duu. aaa lwa I as rapairt tutaa)
w-ms. 1 slmuat dspau4 af rawasary.aad tisanniss
it esse aaariy bupaiesa.
btiH .uw i Hi-nm a ind sarWsslaasdaaeaae
tbs as uf ttaads' Surapa.nia. rr rais niami i fNt
I coacliaiod la Iry a lew Satlss. ma ram Mats wasa
nacd. bat. from tka toag. aaep saaied saan we af an
draesas , preuaced aa v y secidad (.aaaea. C eaaarw g
thta as -keenly prsbsbls was liaiM, I psrssaarad
antillbe diseam assBUraly carad. Itasa vwti.
ea mourns aac lb car was camdewd.ii-ri mmm sa
-MUWM irjm.-wr.w "P. , MM . -urrW IVWaai
mama wu, aaa ,-s
sail ws-.sad.-As rail mora rW ba Ma' .
aaesaiLIa.J asafc aaaatas nuria at aa n ad a,
ing Ik Umt I was njm u. anr Asa i mdara, sa aaa.
rwa-w aaw uw r. aciiina ataauw alta
viisi i aui a mi a out imwwi
panacard ma.wuaiae hmsmaeM lavia Pta
aasa sol bia aw saaldi aad U sai aimd aaaws
obiigsnoastoyoa. I taaini asi U-iasa I casaat arito.
ael 1 da But rvspecnailv laau. ladin aktia m,i a.
been, to call apoa me.aad I a ul -attar tnea. ,fc.. M
tnita as stated above, aad asaay utbr th-Cs ananas
to tb case.
5.VSCT J. MILLSK.iUSulavaa.
SANDa' CLU-B RATED SASS.4PA;if t a
This caeelleBt coiai-sjad. a !uca is creaflc ati, al
vsisai interest -hTvajbuat to cuaatn . baa a. 4a way
one cam fully into U- laior at aar ouaaa aaw ta r i up c
se-undus. Ws have read ag ia sad afatauita- sAcaay
of Uusiavatuahr n-edana a w aaa a-i a ,,,i
bcrsre snedicins but tai naul ratly b a - - j
snv puaitivc pruaf a bab Cu:d auiat. aaMafaaa - e
ol iu But. from tacta in oar puis -win, as sr bww
well convinced tbat. wAauat aay ilrtftivi, it in
rirT. rLaASaarrssT, aaa bbji aompuaad i 1 1 i i n
to tb puodC. for ibe care at aa ilmm larun, rsaa.
Bialism sad acreluia. and all unpuajM al tas lam, la
gt theism assay atoercampiants.
11 has au loaf beea rcetsrhsd rlla
Ini-OJ and aostrsm senders,' Uasi w Sardl i ava rim a
mead a va.usbat aisceveiy m tb Medaai Hswac. ban
w jeopardu oar rapalsuua tue aaa-man.? aad ,i aaaa
eney; butm uasimtiace vi ksi I in aaa taaaaaed ar .
Baarfc ana w have Bad ar. Marked f ra,
Miewhr-g U aa n tract .rum a iscer ncals fsaaa
Mrs. Bevaa, wno bad beea aOucted wawrsi roars am
MroJutoaaVatotra, Dystepaia, Ac.aad rcseacr sa ad
e. .tea of tbe throat aad cheat
BaULawsscaa, Vn Daa. U. 1
Jsasra. A. B. D. Sanu.: Bslues
b a yoar tarmraruta. ni safrena (s i
capressauai my tarsal nrnm ria.y akaiaiaa, 1 bad a
drrsdial coh,aa4 torr wr lrern.Mt.f a rata aufeib
sr thai I caaud not an all aboa a w aiaawr; aad im
toe ihammawiua Iron my tbraat (abated la my brad,
stnat nrlManiif suisnnai maura:. A "prin
king tbe Saraapajiua n man una mi aeaa.i aaaeawaa.
aad aiy taronl u now watli 1 am frs I roan cuadra aad
Usntaraa al tascharst as a-rar 1 waa. aad caa aa n n
duuacUy. My Ibraal tas beea wsuntwal t rra rim
ta car of wrurh bos aasa effected entirely f tae aaa of
Yourtrwad. LOUISA R. BkTA..
SCARLET PKVKR D SARSID OF IT9 TERRORS
Tkndancsrau.aadatarnaiaf aarlua, wm aaaswwad
from tb stage el ton is bust, but s. lb laaataM aa
at lafaaCT.aad tbe anore -raoeuaa sad mnar, a at
buod. bss at rtngth ait ii aaa aad an4aua .ad as aad
nVctsapoa th ayweei are laid wast by ia pawerSat
innasac as uuspiapaiauaa. jinMrHaibk hi.
Was. Patrick, noau-waosr.waa artaefca waa bcanas
Fsarr. wbm.b tall bev a a draadlw aia la j asr bad aaa
covered witb partK-les al starws erarlvaa. a auaa assaa
soaMtbinf bk a bate, ami at is sal two aariats m
ter. mad its sppcaraacs aa to ,1
sad disc barred n sIsauM aaira.rOx aaaaiilv al i
tcnare mailer; sad besides than, alar a qaaatay ws Sb
charged from th Bars, cd a vm vaVeaaa taanaln
AlaKMtdeepairincof eseewopamg tan akscaara. twy
mad trial of SASDs' KA a. r A KILL, aha dacv
d a con pi Is cars, lb chad aar uan mi aa ba
tl. Pur las ben hi nf tbaaa auAsnaa. fram ta 'lmrsl
car-CIS oi usa mrraw ma-aw, a r-inri and as pasa
crd toiaiurm any perxua sa ta ibe tovmctasm ai rasa
atala sweat, at tbey sail Ubia lasimars m kUavar saaav.
aear Fawaatraec batr-maw dam.
TsafoUawtBdj ISBt-aa waslba tb vnlus fna Bamnpa
riUa.ls from th R. Lather Wrigfef, asd 70 yaara
Cuagren'saul Mrnarsr. raaawag at Wabarn
WoACan, Mam,. Marct axb. UtA.
Masara. asanas Gaa'ismsa from a bat baa a-iaw.
rierrcd, sad from the luarmit as I base vscaati incaks.
ed from a naa.be r af jar waa of aw rsapauaawl r. waa
bavsamd your Baaj aarma, 1 asa au; ba wast au-at
bat last U M a aaoat a.uaha aisda in, aallbai ta aa
si, i aaa c rtJdacala yaa bsaa isuiwdamaiSaariiat
fully sustained by sxrsaiaaca, aal aXBtaaBb aa rapasa
Ooa ami aunty sre vip sxlenw. a alsau is a asad
af aiy bambi enartaba iasessm lara, lu:Uaaai
UBicied by diaraa t Iiiibi m aaaislad art toe aerv
cscv aad poaaa ai r ja,r vnAsabas snausciaa.
laa.geaUaaasa.gTtolaa!yaad aary raa aawtf aK aiana
Lin HaH WBiClfT.
Prepared sad awl. wKaaaaale aaa etiai-, by . M. ah kV.
SM!, Dmcfavssnd Laaajs-s, hw Fskaa t unit
uf Wiaiua,aw Vara, aaad aiau by J. B. W aaa, A Cav..
LnuatU; t. W. Hartoa. Leaiaflua; tw. oanaaa.
Pans; Sestoa A hhsrp. Mays aV B. hl&sraa. !
Clunau IX Aratftiaad. laOias.r-rXia, La., aad a r,rei,
geaarsivy threassosiito United xmit aad tb 'las la
price Al sat boia. aa Buttle Inr fta.
D- ccaiasf IS. l9at-ia saw
C. HU BXA at as. UBTV,
coujccToa ui aasxaat auyjrr,
Zjnadrtaa. A n.
II riLI. stuad proanpuy ss aay
If " asm wiU act as AaaaC kwt
nng accaaiita.saa, dec. Cbaeas maus ram.
Apr t, naa a
ih!t, r.o:rrcc.v.RY a cow
ISAAC PUGH tk Co,
So. Ita C'-saaal Btrass P BI L A DBLF 1 1 A
aaataataravnan laaaraawai-r rata Pa
Hst always lor ah anv-sasnck ar TA" , t
sanaty ms am ar nana, wba Sasy wad K. i
ant.9tb. taaaV- -Ii,
aT" -v "'a"-1. U-nriq W m 1BBB1UI BMl Tat BOW.
i : ;-