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NI)DREWS & 00., 1JOHN W., Oo-mmason
ENSON, l ounee, nT and taI
Paintri+.|. {m of Woae=. lp riýM$Ceop4t hitr 1
_'AllI.IILi,, EDWARD J., Attorney at Law,
l int anu.n. sr TCan., Nu, at dirr M f New&
[Itl RISrY, W., Attorney at Law, Commil
Sa,,r r the UnltedMO., 8. . o anrlery .tHr inu theUJly
Cm ,,, :II S. Chnrlrx .tret.r _ N * a
SUNIIOLL W. O., Carpenter and. F., C Builder,
No. 11 St. Joeph *wt, brlwatn e|t.Chnrlr." nld aroad··L
along of all dcseri oa., m ahart Itl nd nuoraahlo taote. eta-.
:i,.hl, ia .imme r -work anid pl
So., .,"1 nll kldl mone to olsr. Map IAUld~e· of sira Iel y
ou hVnn,l. ........ . _ 1
ANUNBAR & CO.F, A. F. Commision Boot
n :Al she Wareholl. M aHl 8 5 ommnon duteh N.w Orlers.
ANlE- H1A E, formerly of Kentnok+
J Ini h, ,f Jat."km , Ni.. ^tormeynl,, Conr.llnro t fl awnd rI
ýt l a I,:: l. ,: ,n.rI ,..)ll D. .U .r. (·llnlllliwill,'r lin lb St.l . of
m*,,,l,, k. l , talt* k i k, l nli. lIn+ll f Il+ll),e , Adhhlxlil. and1, I).in,,,· il ....
l IIli ý", \ý, Fn (·:Mlllir. I I;Ne~IhL awu. n1,811 1y
-LIIANK, J. I., Attorney at Law, No. 37
.1 IIREINWO.D & CO., MOSES, Commission
S,1, ,i Vnn, 1i'. \l.. r r \ hnr, lt I. l .rav.r m r r,1. a . ly
SE. CT. TAYLOR & CO. DeINAers in Coffee,
I " 1r.. \'.4 Arl ,t Ii , ar mlthoriud Ag.lt tE LuO. t ail oTaitEO
. h,ý OLE..P,,, 1u 1-r F., lAralite t, Office 27A. C. Aimtp olh,
, , l".Im _ . _U . i c. n.r Nl l t
- -ChP, u ll f 'T' A, Attorn A Patr Lat Nwo.rk
".qid, r I .4lull 47 Old Cwro, mid io. 0 lrmerhear New
7 Il iItT & CO., E. J., C7 Tohoupitoulas street,
1 \ \ I,,,Irrule anc mlr O(roreuri«. Iruvn+ ChImierl Puiir, tt .
Ui 1 \VARD, ,T. If., Attorney at Law, 11 Camp
-.. ,, I. r ly
--I oN ES, SAMUEL, Jan, (Late TAIjIoT, JOxee
c. I', ,, lhdli,,llrP,) yra"~r M,1 F'urwtrdlny Iluluot, 46 Poyd,.
:,,, ,. %, . l,,m., .u.1 ly
|" I ,NNETT & CO., FERDINAND, No. 98
,, , I 1 ~ ,~ ,1,1, I":I,, ,h ~,, ,*.,rtmorlt of D WOP anl SUCK SHaff(n: -
j.\.I:ll ..BROOKE, Attorneys at Law, 27
'1 II. MEYEIR, No. 100 Camp street,
W\l t, h k, u, r ,.... ý hnlr ir ,~ JEtYWELR Y, GOLD
I .\(:Y Al lrTIr.L4S, lu~l H ATCIIES. Allfew+«Iry
r[II'HOLS, B. F., Architect, Office 27 Camp
«, t ll ,61 .ll r, emtlnll.", t to plane for Public Buildlnwl.
br",,, (, welhnKl+. lo., ,tr., aln, l'o ~II+"nlrrul tLh ir erclon ad will
",,l.h, ,vor to tenmhi in awlmslw.'ttyl mr~ie to all who llly fxor uinl with
i,,,tr,,,,,,;-. a .Ily
IýTrI0ENT & CO., RICHARD, Cotton Factors
()LCOTT & SMTII, Attorneys at Law, No.
-' UIti, MIRE CO., Commission Merchants,
I ) 01 lti tY, ED1AIRD I., Commission and For
S)' nIAI" - JON AS Dealer in Foreign and
......1· , L,,n~· ,,,,T~, \rlnr",r .rte NO. A T,,,upiuln" , , Iknn.Nr
j -,,, ..1·. ... am,,,. .l,.yI O ,. l 0 y, , , aIIo. , i,, I onndUr
31 ý~ ' . ,I) ,, .; r.J UN , it. o, hy . , - .. ,n,1 l "
SIIILLIPs, L. A., Dagucerrean Artist, No. 28
I 'iLEL WM_ L., Notary Public, (successor
" O Ii, fl ko.,)IiO \.39 \ieO ,ohiiop i I uk,
I JICE & OLNEGLE, Attorneys and Coun
.lluet nL. Lrw,. cUti~r N,. 45 Cawp Ptr..t, NrwOrl"[.....W.
I.AY. ONhD, W. C., Family Grocer, 71 Camp
L ,, , nu
//) AC , & lFOSTER, Attorieys and Counsellors
I I. .. is E, b.1 s, il,.,, .'.,Orlinl,. mh5 lyi
i.(OUT'lMAD, t FIIED'K R., Real Estate Gen
.3 A_^",n:. . \'. r IIý,," ·r1.OTi,,, Sui., LEuilq r Imp ro, ol
liTl &,. WAL WOIRTH, General Commission
. i F ,r,.,-,lil; ..,rciadt", tool D-l1-t m Weatru prod-ee, 86
' ..I... ;..i LYnI I S m
1:1 .V W R & BRO., Carpenters and Joiners,
. ,..-pad fi gm
.AI.li. & ClRISTY, Office No. 10 Banks
r'r I LE, JOIIX, Commission Merchant, Emi
S_, +.+.r rh": n Pe .t
rl itit.iU, J. N AICIShE, Pariah Auctioneer,
t: IIa-:,::.n n l" ,,ntt CII ttl,, r- tmo. 0l lawt 1, ltr-t, Do,,
.. ..r. i ·.l ý. _ .
SIr E. SEl , J. If., Attorney and Counsellor at
ý law, will . n,.:1 ,. ý ý,1.. PLr",""' ",r (C,:ncor, a, T ,l s n.1 Jl..l Jd
I:I Ill e, PI· II . "ýl·1 nlllllllr lMu· . mhi
)ULFI7 1, SAtMUEL, Importer of Wines,
XT ILD 1. JoIN P., Attorney andl Counsellor
"ýI Le.·.. ."[:: r.;. rrv".t 0, arl.nne. dts l
'V ATEIRlAN & CO., 3., Importers and
It W ol. I.. I ,1" 1r in lnrdwnr Cutlery, nm te.1, N .ll,
S f .... e of th An.,), . I4 JI.mu ll street, ornerof mnmon
.... .. nI04 ydAW
'4f1IG.llT A J., & CO., Cotton Factors and
VT F.. nnr-ditt halrr; u-t, It Oano-t. j1l ly
on1VII b' m~ersigned continue to make liberal
l,. t i . [ I, . w o , , .r,, :~. , 5,tgnn' nt. th.r frieldas in
1, . I..., t, l;.i :,mlorn", Iil pdl \':"w h rkV md If olto .
.1 I: htFYs. Kii\NFTT k Co., 93 Llnspln~ t.
REMOVALS.
I:Sii ,tL.-LII. SNso. TI ..Ea & Co. have
. .r , ,,n" ;1 I. d* . -"l' lJitO"L," WIr- t. u6 8m
S. I I.\IL--tLloiir PRVEs, Architect,has
Cm o . ,o . .-m . PAnt,.,n r Si. Ch, .m
I - i I\N Al.--11. 11. Metji, Attorney at Law,
N.i A I H. iA n Co .,
i. I U S1'(E Ii. EMOVAL-The sub
i. ..ir.. ··· ,, I:: # l ie.,h r,,uir ¢ r h· c l~ l o b I Lp ))
i V. BEACH r:nII, ^l. . nr"l 1,I Drulllfl+,
i, ,.1 ii t,-tb- t r.* comrmr of Cl f,.rý. end Cutnhofie IL.erert.
E DUCATION.
I).\II I' Il; IL YSTEM-TIItIIE MONTHS'
.1. " Yr 0.0 1J. A. DAI.IIMS TOACIII1 THE. FRENCH
Aý," I'i I I` NIII l..\AI:CAGiES WITH CORIIECATNESS, IN A
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y,, I iIul1..AnI~n'., l·OANER OF CUISTOMIHOIUSE
I' ;iiI lý \ II I II _ ANIo ALLAY. . .qp twin. WdIlloay.l o1 0 ao
I11'1111,1 ACADIEMIT, No. 1 LARONDE.
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C IUI 11(1,LI IN EPISCOPAL FEMALE SEMfI
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j~Il ~IL\ I\NI) PLASTER AGENCY, 98
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SYIllt Al'-fI0I TI.ihol wlo ll fro open ,IIIty or 000sis m os,t,
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FIEDICAL DECA0, 1,000 50031.
+NOSTRAND, N LAoSoTE eOG CAIA .1Y ,
35500535 - YC~ ·nr ~Qur~r
I; F I: H" 1IA "''C, of Newark, !:. I J., w ro th I. f.,
:I."-. ",rK hk sartvl ."1 hr fr ietrns Avlnxe 'el, r F att o
NEW O RLEAIS NILtIY CU MUK
PUBLISHID EVERY DAY, SUNDAY EXCEPTEID, AT NO. 93 ST..CHARLES STREIUT, BY J. H. MABDOX,
VOLUME IV. SATURDAY 1YigNINi, FEPB ABY Y, 1s. . NE1THgsi e .
• ml ii .unan i:: Un nu unu mnnluu ' ' :' I lnlt· "" ".....* ·:, :
OZ BAYOU LAFOUROE -RI
El rCASdT dBAYOUAOR'BP
£~CAEB-TWI A W EK-Yb. rnpor M.
.er iEtlb1t EADEC, 8.0, YrlnIdd, ..dW, wil
ophlR {wo,4l a wn Ie reigý NýMnrOna every T.l
DAY .~fl ll'~c
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F OR DONALDS.ONVILLE, Tmv
BlDIACS AEDL CKPORT--EIEWdRAndlE?81
DSI. alBEE AEE at EnEHEIAY i Ak .t. 1,u In tbo 77n darwil
rrMllbEE dpi.Eioyly.t .,l l dIoni plrhEA
iEd~,E7 y UEEYS18I E"I 0ES.IEA I E0EE~r* . JEtlrinhil
For or u Tko46e·nlllyn ~rn, o t
FOR ALEXANDRIA AND NAT
I' ClllTO IES--W h .kiy PcALi· r .IA CAi Pri.
FORerrih MOT3IhTEan awl Loine S rnt~reESn IOT
ST.sv* CH IDAlIaCE T sSI) a, El.nl g P18, E ll . R R.
nlE12.18E S11',EII, ,c.*iM ,,ia E4l.la ,,,,TiulA Eit FPDA
TI I $IA' aIEEdR A e'lU, C 1 ell k AI, .'
JFOR MOBILEr-nal BAY e ST. m LOUIS
kP~lS. CH~RI.S.-TINDEIEIPP CroITYl El.l IIWT
FaS r f Aeight 8,. LEO. .r d *i s nlr or o l,.
B U ni lbl.sd E IIIDAY iIEI( seeE.
iiIE.)dla. iC,,.l .. Ebls, EEtWEDNESDAY EEA
ll DAY lof l FR IDAY eIIOINIAEnd ..COI.ESE F.ae
bEWE Eo l lb. b.18 ,il ~lEo4 EEhr1EatI
nYI ~ ~ S ~RF.BDDEB, Aentl,iODsAP18Epils.
FOR MOBILE-NDa UIA AN. 5 TI
C`PIIITOCHiTS--WN, MlP,0,g;f r R""d Ri nl
iO[ADPSAi..iEEIKE)II~.iE-lSFlUiEDA Wit
, I.lneN s, IIREiIoNraP.AAliE, N rIEsE All l I
EJ~, rcI~r I ..AdlM. Eulia Ebus ~Er .i.E,,E.D ,.l i,.
ikAlIERiAR Bhii~ddlIYh,,itlo i,·IiiImrhLtk.iiih 4,l i
IpN.rE~iEin~b~'lalllcrnn RVRaunz. -Thuell·
AAAAr P.DAY d RIb R Ynq 18, rat J E. uul . ~
n it rv n" (uee * bne 'l'a wlnV the a~nwm. 11 . nALMA
ii,,.IL, hE,,AiE" fIa iEEEI " iEErIj IEC1AAI,,e I ,,, liIIEIEEY or
WIINESAYE ThEAIFd~Shr;fnls~B~ulci~sliriS.I~lhi
Er i.dlEh i SEE 0n,11r EiEE~iY iliIEn l H1kAk pý(( Ell.Ai
Junta ~ R. fEIEil ,l.EIC l N1 h li,,,lur , El
ýOR BAYOU LE GROSSE TETE. Stea
y' Lad A'1'. f LARIna.arS4.-The ew, O.ild lk l'Agi
i.,E hE~nlr~~lr II~AYH I I)I. (IESOCTTETA
uelln I AT. , HARLPSON R. Pastur, aunlpr, (hailCLI
pr1"'"' rr the I·tke tr e, hh the AI e ·fmmm ti ill w 1 are
lii IIi i.Ii, h.E)ip ,,htp i bIeerAOIIE SEN 'H R II R
INC. P I r frei ght or l ounge " tan Weal or tom I fIlriu'le
Ii,,ii. ,I iI..E iii BEEIII ERainiIPh".
T· sil n o YLI.D riSE LLAr r~· e n CUD lhI n
FOR MOBILE via BAY ST. LOUISI~ilr I~lr~
TI'O)R AND PA.4CA(4OIýL .-God in en:F
J.Il egtnn, Iw toapeeel fo thelak trae, ith gýýd rarw d
tlnr aro) 77rr II I le ell Fe C'wm las aboe ero of ] Nsm DAY end
8Ami7 4DAY Ii BNI (4R, M 6 alaek, end the P ad Manein Railroad
aakkn A, slrriv *al of the d for tle I r. w.ae Harnia cu wll boreAtnidl
nuer Tl~e DAY sal PRIDAY M I np( R l Orl fth'M brr N tll on -
ragon sod pnussln At. lode. (.Y· omihi rwtioded ate ul ware Ti
at al hang of tho day. ers (nElt dcl~nd o trm·
The l Iu ba r ter the beet will ·id· o the Cenho. ·Dlrlm et Io
Btcwr 6rt boat wn pcn the alas edl B. ek
nln If R. CP DDE , Agnt, 10 tfenk Plae
FOR MOBILE.-Daily U. S. Mail~ ~~r Innl. a
1..fue n~-rt. -The aIMW and qltrrr
dill°" orA.(re7aaeekr elAarre '/)R A. W:1'Irit l.
:nt"a OR HED R A. V om ra r un CLIE' INW A
upwrila x.romt tals. na) Oar ofthe ,tare ll nmrn wil )envr th
1',nlý bonnie ktni row dn the unh re at the Ikv of the4 ,'cloc
Ilw m ilh Ln. far .Lnlr BFEHON Fr r"dl rmur~rr h t
et if YI·M LLARNAP hrlr. ase, x ill e, - i~i
HOTELS AND BOARDING.
NOTICE-The CITY HOTEL will be~
Lp Innrd !ar the ananmt dstio of the Public on MO.".
1A0, J..1,,y 2, 185
ju.lo 1m .ti. BARTELS & CULLUM.
T UFTS'S HOTEL, 23 CANAL STREET,
i~ewfhtue. .- A. W. TUFT., _pPriebeosf the tbhu.
nta:"U hm,"ol, i. now pr.Ward Vltoneomadta, hr friend. nd trot[..
KeThe lppietniwt L. rod ad ,foAmidhr., ad the hoous
euWr~ed with .Pertor Wiorr, Liyuore, etr.
ýitwlu~ouo i. r.ioutoluient o Lumer tnd . o t o theWllloalioa.
A .Ilnrr of the t tr.Lng 0 0..,toor, 0 li so .. crded ,. him Lo
.~p~-Oful o00.i700~. 00000 1o Io.
8CONTI STREET VERANDA, (formerly
the Ec~ot Hloel,) CO. TI STEEET, L. Li, oChnre..
.00y Y HEHFUT, As.nL
C 'OMERCIAL HOTEL, situated hhrbh
roamsoe aIROD and NEW LEVEe TREETS..-The
F,. ,.,,CIIL.0o Ooo~oo000I,0ooM&0000L, Ooo.,od.,oo 0000.bej
0., of th00,hove Hotel, Oookfo. to hi. friend. a 00.
,InII1 !or eir prr lraOIUe, ho e. for . rOU1I. _e of. th~ came. Ni·
olo0., Oo oill nlw.0 r u o. rV Llir, ,.0ol Vicnr will be
wulqlhrld ithl the rhllirrlt oCfflnr and Ltigalnpsa
Ost A. rxlYLt., P0(prirt0r.
AýS HIE MAGOLIANo. 76 Poydraooo ý
IV l~f M-.l(ny ao..l ~l~~" trl.2n
0.. x . iso 00.0.0
]l. I11' V T [ ef the Mngnýýln HoneI Uilo·/l) ta(u 4,kn tU lr r
and1 lm· nl the pLl* ¢~.crafty. Hrr tnhl xe y llh rc
;~I i .IIFII~EI..II .1I1 LII ·Lbllniid *i~dl~ wi ll he mrrkent. d Hr
"ux. .,r n. mf nnulll and n ml lmlshrll ;her '134mxrm. l~
rTRESTERN VERANDA, corner Jolia4fp
VV ,oo 'I.Iohoo oO.., an.0,o.0.-VLo, SEh .I.Atol00E70t
0... - rl, g""Io . 0.0.0, ,oo a ,oooo1.., o., llnoo o.,' 0nr t i 00,0
nii ·· tililir.lr. 1 t. ..epee fr~,lll Ilnl r~prlully nn.
7'h ?inlan .ten..tha tle f l ý, t e L d[" l n~ 1 1., th
000 [.1,, o , o, u .001., the ,000,.0,mn oog-0, and -.'.,ed wit,
th"" " n «.tl Wi-r nid Ltqu -.rr
LANE d: DUNN, Pnprir0oo.
B OARDINC,-IA few Boarders can be cesafor
tni~ll· nl~lnllmu d n No, 101 CVROYIO OLF STREET. A000,
11'1 W I.~a Hf)A BOERS. -5I~
TIOARDINoC, Several Families can obtain
S.J nl, .0 .I, Ao.00A I,.,ooe.,, Ooy n.o.0ing at \o. 03M B0.
000.00, ,00, 0,0,00,00d, where the 0oy will hr., no n,.gr,,A home pad
rm··rt e ,11 l o y
TO RENT.
r.0 LET-Several Small Houses, one inda
dl i··N. OOLMES3, "t050rirr nt.
FOR SALE.
Olt SALEL-TheI FURNITURE (almost now)
..t n a lr. do alling ho,-s, 11011 theF pnvilegr of( i Lena, for In
N~~.Ai~y\,. 1;15ARO1(NNl:BThEC+ I'. ,,diC l~
ji SALE-Now Landing- 5 Tierces Rice;
7 L.,h r.soB rrl,, alwL(: lmllr Ilaulaill aront. So bag. Snltplvtn
AI J.~ [jl]s .4OE.ll2O.,5l 0n.111-1.
i I Ol SALE.-A Leose of it residcnce in
Cxnnldlrrrr(--FI L no h shoal. rent m siunl.·tr--sp o thl!E
tac, ~d.qlo, Qerwd tinFUONITUOPE, BEDDlNG, te
g·19.1 purrll.rr rho 1 tll wll riu aronmrrailuhp, m, nlardi.leIxlar·
·iaI Or ti, alnB( nt~rle Lo. T . N0.45, eIN. l-snP . dote.
IOl SALE,-A second hand Double Cylinder
PRINTINO; MA.CHINE Ica'. paltr NoN4, h', . 111. AC edil
o lf t Ir l i mm,,,NO n I1 RIIIYId enrnrity alido will be igiv. Apply
mll··jy.ll
[T Hr uhfilc Ad,,crtiacr nlil plenee i-an for one mooclh, end aend bill
FURNITURE,_ETC.
tUIRNITUiE-FURNITURE.-The un
FI, rIsl ,l,, u.lss1 relllnelbIIS. cal thl'attention of lidies and
Iin« k., IIlrrn rnrnl~ml ly w Illrer nd w n..ll Uleelrl Ituc of
FF :l' I'I.CHE, tl, I..s1·pen .[ Chin,, S1fTxSi, thi.eit et , lting
:,I , a L.~mn y d.lnl Cllns Ols,, \1'.,nO o. S nr
! I , 4 ('..ulr T 1nb x, a Cnnl 7'lhtre; 11nlreF - orcowaal and Wdll d
iron r.; ylohul·3( 1 1111 \\-:1111 11 d all t o,.l iJ l itL To[, sore,. nMn
H1,. rllsrri*. 9L, jl I. Tulp 1 m-,7l o 1. In Inhl, Cl,,II
;...1 . r. rii··.·,. Flair :m.l ]hu w .1 mm -, Fmll lr 'ill e l u l ant
,4 ;dl ,n rrsln·.l lullp sulllrlyd mum chaff in wo ntll of ntny gown inl their
II. 1110CC a Co.,
L0, 1'u3 ) inlr Or-,, Lrtr nrn St. (:Ilrlra eld C-ndlnlrlr , e ta,
.1l GlllAWC\
J OlIN 1. lUIt(EN has removed his
II`I(TII ,IT t 57 t (R. from N o. 17110 \a. b5 JIAOA
,l r~·1 n,, 1 '.'I d thl pnh... 1d p~l~l~· n l I
C( iIEAP FUIINITURE STORE No,
, "n t';r," x-ret, ru er r I' Prnid~-Jt 15EP1 .
, Tr t IIN ILIINITI1:Ll, l, sos bS a(1111
.\n,. xr., Serrv ,. «l , 1:,xll Trlv*, \Ixrlllr Tnp ISilWl tmn ; .; 1 l.( i
ti'u.N. n II, "u.I ,-, \, Cinnx andlK'I,,«I SenI nudlC p .Ib
'Inn Mitt" , e;V luyllll~ nrs: Esther~ Pillows, -1 Iddinlnirr or x
Ild" ii Iss.;r is ,,nmirnml,.sl l ,,,,.r Inrdlnlhp, and tla pu
lir ~ brilll.jl~l I. aI1 ll cu d lllllln fur t ho 11(·ls( Be ul prehnemy
P5. ". M All Punta- pm be~d uud tondo rrudy fd~ or ahippiag t0 f1
STILL THEY COXME!-A new arrival of les
L. '. ·1.' r 11 PII(Id, SPIIINII MATTREESS" , nhi,,h aIl
nil toI inq nl nxi a, ",1 llo t w L n-ll w 1 slu ss lss..nf lsI,, rrosomig
h Inrlrvll n~· 1 x rln Ix* a · 1*111 CII,ýdcL"-llnl l TII Y . T
11,.1 al, "'u " n . 20 " ll I.I1IUIM nllllml t (·O1111·lli(·it to handlr · nm
gen rr.,.. in...,,..tinn t nil who n., th,"m, which i~a proof tha
,, ,·.·lrrrrlt~l Maltrrea ··· ran * · r " ls d nro for le daring aill
Fnmitnn" S Pide I~uuu,, ]n7 Sr, t'Lurrll·* affrt, one floor fro Poydr··.
O" 7'lrr public urn rlprctfnllg requested l0 cll wd~ ulamine thiia
nu,.l. W-2 t
L AND WARRANTS PURCHASED
:L o, Ior \ATEfl.-HI.I.J of d C..1 E
.i i u" 1. o stlnhaur, 1.LI), or 11th Y'uhmlon, 1617, may~CI
d11·1 11( Liheatt .1) lr ·4i. « b nllinr nppliixlio to thu
.nur · floro lm out listd to null, nlmv Imar· tilrir tt'nrmnte locoed an
he . hmllrrst p..Ll lands, and n Iwrsunnl inspection nude of each tract of
Inlni Inmtad, by ppplyhlls to
o WAl" B. NRd WALWORTH, 86 Td1-pit6ulx1 stret.
GENCY OF ARIBOUIN, MARETT & CO.
ii (.(WNVr --The underrnyoll ha~ving bran appomhd Age l for the
llli I nlllirlii honerl of "ýrluuin, Dllwtt Aeu." is nwlrrad tolllI s o 'arner-aiA vsDI',po hems
Illnnonl tern"1, tO be Nipped 79ý°li, or t )ly por that Inar Lc
rrgnin".1, frl L a] B. WOLF 86 CuytpM.
G SECAN FANCHERONIAN DROPS.-A
033 u1l safe - for3,, Dsiu .ia3tivegeure, Dth Skit iu ..
rh llleu, Cholera Imo C~olera Iufeutun ed sestur · a Lr·ltll yition to
the h Ises, without000. y.ticleof.clomel, mercury, quinine or 00rphme
g'ut'll Ill tholer compuntnl.
do novlo t puryarl 1 to W w remedy for n11 mnolMer of dilO.·*· lllii
11ra .s Lew to, but .xlan nrs rutar.· w i6 50b 066 el a6 the y w II
Iroeilivr.ly cure. TIIey ill also corrct ulldersogenuuo of the ·touueb.
ndll rrli* a iron. lw" has e.nd psi6.tb56oughout the system commonly
11.,,6 rh.04 V..06q 6
it to an rt,......... .. ........... the Or oel, and U a Vermiloso or Worm
lyd~rinr, t t .ý troy,. ·LrIl 1.
1-#r F..pnrrd onI? ly L Dc. J.AS. FANCHERR, 640 V 6s50mt, N6
Yo:'.... Irde Il lnný." Huot i ty.
X1'ydo ud ,ooI,, alx ..0 6 I, by LD. BACH,
nh-wea dlro nue a ot harlrn sod CIAim oou bleats.
1i_ Aos. f6r 6moio.Ao, AIa~b6,Mii8.Fipl, IA8wTY
Hlol~.. 1. lydAW
iEA1S-`00 half chests fine Powo ( three
I 1'aj"P 6h0 Ir Pi tpd 500866D.m ..ywwdsr O6p d5 8od
At. OR.0 F A1C600.,,4 dM46 sodOld ....
M·IACARONI A1D VERMICELLI
l0b ,6663D 3OChlONI
lR[ bbln 6 nw.6 os 0K16800E LL..
J.S6,i 0IIV66t f~ilIHAl A O~i >h T.4.911s4.. "I'
co -114-1h ",14 Iftico.
COA¶A4-~ ii
N OTLCE.-'The pe hi eretofwe exist
ApA ,fS·~ut~~LW&IL.A~Pl· U& DO.. ,.Al o
jO.)l I.,h, __ ___ B.. WAUnnn th IHS R
J. kpwrv
Newthleaae, anaary I4,199. H.AD. GUI.RDI
tOPARTNER8IIP NOTICE.-The undt'r
e 'yr HoS. AABPSRRXAU & DO.,r,1r . yorp.w4d
Lil eerpb UYY' Ilo , trlsr deb M1MR I 14, , eaMn
Iif *n eel. if 11.NAUTRSA G., a..t '..olkit n
anthinS r ode 4ku~ Ee ebwul m the Ilan of Ih*(r prefix.
OaB. NATIITRE,
A. C. COIHIIRCUV.,
N.Olof4, 7ar R. MACPRRBAU,1 1,(r
jtgid lt9 !9w adge D.GDERZN, 1 f.edn.A-.
SADDLERY, HARNEASS, ETC.
NEWARK, N.J.,8SADDLERY Ware
. oy&.-1 y& ANDREW 1. ND W.,No. JacL._
WtArirIIIIIE I AE So i..Ilr and ·ADD ARE
t*... ... ..,o' , In .ooahp,,. ortu lbne ~lHi
Ifs.hr, i dS n.A JALimminr of aCOryde
-im tle. IICANDALE WRLET.
91y _ _~\ ANDliEW fi. BULL LCO.
JEWDOLERADDNVOJDWRHRES LEATIAO
N DLARRIFIUUol HAXA AND 6NR S'A'. KES
E CLIS ST.-ALAR ES--D aTd FOSD Y of
P IfridoOiin PRIUPPA en JeT .
Alr Pm mix b fr (m o a pn1ý .r
I0iiill.J. A. .M Ui Aucoi
AIHILADELPHIA K D-. M.....M
Ivs No. 49 OtAr-far '4-41. Ullb
k W0., (Unt Rohb kr Fairhak4) ar eun'4otiyrir-·
nr ali "tra EluQd,1, arc rprr rad too ar b dell m them tl
iihrolimleemnt. Th«*L oot I. rr11f~ and wll 'lrctm n l (
Io.: SADDLER, SADDLERY HARDWARE, HARNESS t6ATH-L
1LR TRAYIY.IN AN PACK(d6TRunns INDIA nuaaa
MAOtAT IMI G ek
ECLIPSE STABLES--BATES FoSDNE Y,~
Pmnpiefm-On PHI WPPA STRZKT nppo'it Wiin.
Henry at,,L b kt, o·ther in Mrnsa or ewlll·.
A Prime ft of En L ts ab'trea, qt uoaabi term o~tl
HATS, BOOTS, SHOES.
NIUICE.
B OOTS, SIHOES, TATS AND
B AN- AT WlI.DALE.--T1liDOi bwrtlr
hhr~r 'b-.i b-:.l IIII will I* (mltlllWH MflwinF ~·I
A. CI J'LYTO AS!OOIATfMENT OF DOIIS, SIIUPS HATS -
AND CAPS, W.IIICH THEY OFFER FOR SALEI AT IW PRICES
ANDION FAVORABLE TERMS. Y .Th 0Dir-mtootm onaiBht pt of51
tle following emlnlla ld rtic.,:
BROGANS.
MEN'S, I.YS' AND YOUTHS' RIUSVFS SIN.OLR ANDDI)UBLE
BtDCK AND RICLI'FED OAK ANS IIL.511,CK TANNED,
SEAl U LAR A ND EXTRA IXF.S.
KIP, PATENT LEATHEDR, CALF SEAL AND BUFF PFEGGED,
sE WED AND IMITATIoN SE*7 TD.
BOOTS.
MEN'S. OIYS', YOPTIS' AND FCHILDIEN'S CALF. KIP SEAl
AND GRAINED PEAA3D, SEWED AND IMI'IATION SkWED.
PI.ANTERD', FISHERMEN'S AND MD BUOTS.
IIAITERS. BOOTS AND BROGANS,
FO5R I0ADf MIF nMsis, CIIDREN AND SERVANTS, FINE AND
ORDNARIY QIUALITIE..
IIATS AND CAPS.
FOR MEITN, BOYS YOUTIS AND CIIILDREN, OF ALLSTYLES,
SIzES AND ObALITIES.
W Lvin B .Y r 01,31 mente fr the5 MANIUFACTURE OF OUR
1001iq 5Y THE SEET WORKMEN we are e1naled to oisr THE
SF'ST AND LATEST STYLED IN TH1E IARKET, Ed r5pt1.tfull1
w r.te Imry. to examine the nar, eoior, tnomkinrelc e
_ 01.n111h IAi__. . ... .. . . l lII1O..'~glDtlSiirB etI..
wher",J~ASIDDRNORUUH CO.,
jnnld I-IllNI I 510501ta
C IIRISMAS AND NEW YEAR.-JIIt
- 1ID11i~pRe l11IA.I11hip DoprL CAY bA .510. i '.
d Co aIA,,10,,flo KSII.1,:OIA,11 CIIODRN'RFANCYHATB
W!li iEA.tHIIK¶ .ad f. w I.ADIEs' RIDING HATS. Al,, =
WTH Gneral artment of HATS AND CAPS, for sle low, at
W. J. FREE.MAN'S 1 CuAtomhoAe Itr1t,1
dAl Si ,, of the lammoth Red Hat1.
S HOES, BOOTS AND BROGANS-257
raJe P·landing fromI Ihll·F .]tlc and Westminster, for
yI A.F DIl A CO.,
,.1I. 6 ad 6 Cmmem .tret.
SHOES, BOOTS AND BROOANS--300
S ser in rafre, empriaing a eompletemwortnentof frnh .
d9x A. . DOU.AR CO., 54 Eld 1 Cm.on It.
T0O MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS.
I The .Aoihan 111 nor r10l11 11 11 .SS F
K I.SE BROGANS ADDIBS EDI/DO ¢etor 10100 ,
.nm,.,iI a0ortm1nt of BOOTS, SHOIES A.ND BRO.ANS
Whi.O they offIr for ole ow ammIodsAting 1rnm.
dI., .... _ . I. A .,A D , S - C -II t.__
W, J. FREEMAN, (successor to JOHN
w . DIll uAoI A Co.,) reI e tfuly, g ,iEAli pl,1iIk
m-rfh,,pto and tgdeel in general, to rail and ly ecivmie sl tock
Lsfor. Il E p lrhin g lw hereI a I he Is conlt tly rrelriAg froml the
Norlt frnlh nrrivla of the fodow. s
,IOLEKISNS, DOS' UNIONS
ANG(ILAS BOYS' MNXICANS
lE.'CANS BOTS' MATDLOIS,
MATII.OTS GLAED CAFS,
UNDO.S anAd othear CAS.
IINOIi'ROMISE AND CUBA iAtSe I., .
CHILDREN'S FANCY HATS, with Fether1, etc.
For . 11low, for eah or 1 at0rOA1 vlp ,r t
,i W. J.FIS.ISIANS, 1 CIltornhoIle st.
SLAVES.
J-AMES WHITE, No. 163 Gravier street, New
-- ,rlnnaill, roamtFntl'PURCHASE NEGROED0; alo, ,ard aid
II.I I,.n Cmmiim any and, IIl Slt vl.lmr Il ,I to hilAn, ful l
£ OTICE--The undersigned has opened a REAL
. E n ,l1*T £ f . A n i n r a n d o le r 'g - O a r ic E. H e w i l l tn t e n t o
!·.i ,' ch-xaut ta' r ing Nr nts, c,,llectios o u Bnlm , .Notes.
A <- .. ' a".i· . , : ··. ,' .
SP'lromptneu " IL oto, J. 5. YOUNG,
1.; Th' r, .rel, I etwl en PnA , Lu ChO e iL .DIt. Louis.
r t Mu,,--I. I). Preill, Iiil url N IldmIm,
Iui.:l ll Conner : \Ydlixm Ihlgh, I, llor lm e lrD ermt; John
I.nll bro agh, St. Louie Tm7 , a; Jlllnya A. Pelh ps, City .l St.
l..c. , ,o. dl) •
MISCELLANEOUS.
PUMPS and BATHING APPARATUS,
.3, s-JOHN OSCARTY, PLEASIFER, \o. 184 CANIP
aroR'T, NassoA,, 5a. just sssss'I ss,, nnnI lergs
,ortulvlt of Bros Caeke· mnuon nine Force nd it Papa
sorr Paull" ale. aw ;Cosking Rssges; Ilaiig 'T'ub
Ruth..
AIt,,,, .aying ran .pairing bal PIPi e Sheet Lead work of every
Sh'p nnd Strollbont worl plnpltlI pot lp anI repnird. All Ordn
f Il~nrrslA IS.
DOBYN'S & HAIIRRINGON'S DAGUER
REAUTYIE ANESTIIC IlEP ',Ns.5li Cs np trBs.-Thai sll
YI" the 1.. p A..l Iniis lbr 5A*5555 i ol 55IlNls5i . the 10 ICC
r ay es anrr nd I1IiIIhI
!LiUpntlon tited nill u ilsssros As.Isl·lARTlS lbt . I,
ý et rný'+ Pr},. a VeIfllllnlnlllrl Fn ný h. I I +nan··( Ie 2.'s' nad trlll'
F If "i " 'f I*·*,'rltlC iix S.d "x LI ss '1 III s,'f., tisty- e'ls bla rh.
rkin¢s Tnlae I'l1l', Inlea (1uri v:ll, illa Ih, h,). C.aaes, Fn ll. n,
I,.S(IXERRE1TNIPR HRCSINESSP olltulss on ssd, nsed fr ,
.lllll J, nnl mini)t. jnmas if
7DURABILITY AND CHEAPNESS COM
BINED.-J. W. & J.A. CRARY, Brieklssrra s.id 8iles,.-in
Addll ,ssasxoI bull ,0.jI"'n bi. orIltA ,lwillAont5lxto Lbuil
a11t g, 0CC BRICK CISTERN, oill ssll.RsSI A,,mssbs or unldlr
crool~ll, na olny be nlllired. For lurtl~r +n formaion, Plenty i in+li of
SIreooa. H,,s'n A dAn, 9b BIAgs,,nBS strol' , whsre plsp and epsAi
rxna:.a nor be seen, and r,"erenre given to wikdor- and nl -- sarlubll
,555l,,,(Iai, td .I W. k J. A. CR'RYd
I) AGUERREOTYPE ROOMS, No. 30 Philippa
.Oreel, bMslls Pssllsl aind P,,diI, whe DAAUiERR 'AN
SiIN,.5TURE EPORTRAII`'S arIa elin abss rt naves, ,1 ls5, nnr0llsA
1- l'sn5,ar slion, 5555 Pa iAl the lA1l-t l stleiI Piiul, 055,1.,
F'-iil an I Cans, h dpr thann other Bnn i the city. s,'s prui
Irlrl··· lelp,· bin ,111a or Past t__ore, nd, trom IA pIrmnor.t laa·
lia, . .getllar u it I Iia dotrollln mg ext~"~rienrr i , thle bnalneU far tea
ra These fares ho all " adl are an, · bibrxblt" shah' o 11 lalie
jrolr"uxlP , 41 t JAMES CR\W`OOI).
BRIDGEW ATER PAINT-From the Bridge
,,sss )line, Now Js,,.-TIli. PAINT ,roniRdinlI 5.51,
lnisll.,l to Ill I , 1.15h B,' T 1BiPIINEBALI. PAINT E\ ER INTRO'
UIUl :D) For dl~rkr of rlernel· nnd L ·tmal!Nllt it is invaluable, being a
ena· plrll ltios 51,5ut
SPARRS, CINDERS, sere,
,lal l I·I nd?ý"bl~d y ith,:r lr, all llrrll ater. allfoarw erliir it ecoan e,
PSIR PLANTATION iSE
Is, I ipllsg Isrssllsssllgh, , va Ic dl dilion to its imlwrri eb
bIlnl-. Al,, the blli.E· ·IlriUk ll or sswpisg of [ie Isi,ltrinl npss shllwh
:t I. iris ,1, goo, sSl IB'Cl Ihn PFi.
AI.. ,1 n egnl .,., }onll s eli* ria, it Ass,, moat dnnbll
II frll I, . v lss Isil g e Rlle l s 11 t ' ll s Il
Ill l,.lll inlllsfinh,,lis lt llgolhs,, barIi AISIIIwITSy Sllrliiiiga
wnh 5'. IIweR' Aod C, elciAi CAIP whSTv RsssO,lt,,s,, t
ielil 1, Illss 1,S,.sl ith an i nayi s rr Juiies In ssss, s asI ' ns,,..
x ill :"" ,nQ alug ether prel Irrtireble 4.r BRICK and AVOUD bulild~ing.,
core I~alas.- tr
1:. C. (IC.RRT A CO., 70 CAMP ST.. NrwrOIean,
)g,"ri" hr IhI. Sum( s V Iuiairiu, )liesi~aippi, Alnlearm, and 't'rse.
G ENERAL COMMISSION AGENCY.-J. L.
.IBI'RPIA a Nc.,NSo. BClidlll I5rt il5lsgIlrlo t A Aattent
II, (I!·.(lirnl ( In n11 Ibr Sb SIdr e, oral also n+ U I En ·P·u.R n
A~i, wile, nln rrrrr rdfllr it sls i, ill ,h Northern an11 East,.
Imlx"+., nd also fr the pi,-. in the rnantry paumlr. of I~ouietana
AI ls I sn bong nud ale . elec t aI ll5.5 1nl at' SIS BLANK
IBlusA, LhEPER PAPER, PERIDICSIE andS 5,'1 BATIONIIIY; I,
" tln+ I rih n well a limed l lunronaul of late .,,it poplllln SH13T
VUS:IC. .... sing of Ihs latIen publisslisl,. d4 ly
C/SHERRY AND WHITE PINE LUMBER.
JI'Ts RF.CIVF.D, TIIRIVSI PIFLTII T II APIS W0HITR IllNE
l.I`llHEI. ASSOIR'PSIIIBIPE. Als-AL )ITRPI,'CHBEItRTBUARIS,
15i15 HALE IN LOTS 151SCIT PI'IWl'IIASPIS. A'- '11F
ASS A~dE CIILIS TIAHOGAST ANID ISLUMBER YARD,
OFBI(· 16 ST. )t 141 -I ere1
I~n.7 tw HNRY T. SHERMAN.X
C " ROCKERY, CHINA and GLASSWARE
1'i'. lIe FEIlA. & CU., cI CsmslsIn esit N-SCrOrlesI, slED
"Isls nogl..e, , llll l , ,l sal5 bil.5 J. Il las e sor
Inlint'xsll,¢n.l;Ill11··l ickL·,Tn~l C~utlrery,Jayun e Wnlilpn
wale wl. ill 4: ulenlr at low prices, an d when fr thn Foutry)
ýnr1. ·I in the .,fret manonlr. J.0 Ir
I;IILLEII AlsRRIsB&s ADIKI, D
I F s ount slret·1.Nrrrlam.a rllol,,.da Nld rtnil dmhr.
ii INE 'sAOE CUTLEIIC, Pentad, PIsAiIhed,Ti lJpalolsd
Il ii Sl\ssds Wn;sf TsIly s e Iilts "Al Bs I,,sp. and
In"Io lsl;lsl.,Ela,, ,lsin ,snd )'.bred Fluor Elis55g,.adilelnses
I'Aiinp (iuly lgsllls,,115 Spl',1ul 5 Wur [oIAdAl Sps,,, SbAl,"
Isld, Irilue, i , Su.lat.at no slsmi,,l OII.; Spii UuiI Cxn,,,,is,
1.111-11. Turlanllla sad point.t of all dencripplionr i ttolelol Wwdnwo
aid Springs FlB'I,,,is, P htiglp, SsRslss PINurKi, Ps Cu., BrIcs
srl,, oril Eýsit s Ils, V'rni.bsh. Alo,, PiA d oan ERomIb .a
By Ise l galra .............................. no eeunt par gll...
iY thr dv," gllon ....... . ....... ...... ...... 66 vent. Par allon
Fm Iran yrllmntily .......................... 70 coots per gallon
IGAR, MEXICAN AND PLANTATION TO
, BAR1IO-The w.sribs has, sonstantIy on hao had 155 9,1
1 nsbwi WWwn,,CUA, HAVAN, IAID MSO
COL'NTY KENTUCKY TiNPIlXSEKANE IO8hOOR[iW*APPKR
ANNIFILLRSR. AlR,, 'PBcssIn hogspsl. and hbtesI wI d f,5th.
Ii rk afrp TURNIER t RRRSRAW,
9 CEmp .reero sad 494 Te llhwptt,,II ps
r Bf^Tso .nI,.Idt,,o1de. 1. Op
A .alNDS AND WALNUTS
15o ben SOFT SHELL ALMONDS.
55 5.1, IHh WALNUTS....Fm E.b
jju21 A. F. aCIHAN k CO., 51 T.5...pi0 ___
AMtM8 g & ha Celebrated Sugar
C LI HAId IStGN ºr 'Z!5. t5.
out tth ther osE. J. HI·M~·r~on~·
Hnrden for Uxm. jnn72 E. . ACO., is p Tejapllllu et
ULAYING CARDS AND PAVEI-t--1OO gooe,
m wl w dwq, Fm-1ýe CISI to LS thew 1 ss.
""y `o"FP: tyul csm",,e mr,{tt.lTar p " m.
ImHE SIICISUEE OFFE FOP SALE
Ileg', PGIIkd lphN.. al O7Mi
T.it. 7-ledro. Allen4s bra.~tmmSm.T' der,'anEt.4
rigq P11..1pu generded
COUUZE*..50 eg.n Rio.
C.i.S.E-I .. .,gl ..Enh i.7y.
FPICKLES--3t.een'h.o, CndEo.n. A W.Ie, IN.. -
Pmr,.t' in ev*r EretS o .pkAger.
PRESERVES-FS hMr.a , . iotIII' 1 .hlnelpbA.
CIDIR--I5 bia. Ph.adAI.phi p.
ALE AND PORTER--I.tb.. R.yl.d'..
RICE--M e.lkD hrok.
ODDIIH--5 bNr.
hIAKIRERL--N. I. whole, hnlra. a qrn., I;O ikg..
• . .Ng1, 76 bhb
n.NoI o bGb. ... Im Mif bbli.
With a Irg,,-d V..m. unrrmant of WINEION BRANDIED, Nrtn
, id - n O R ( E R IIRA E. rally .
ClootSbi A. F.ECOCIRAN A 01, .oOTolinr.,.oI,,t.I.,.
ii J. r. HART 'T aD, 71 Tdboepitwln A.
-FRUITS, ALMONDS, etc.
U. UNOAS,, MR II RAISI.
I'.J , dn,, . SEW Fci.S.
80 drus PrImReAPr .
W0 AS. dA,,ANCY II PRn anTa B.
SN 0101* h100,T SIIELL. Al fIONDS.
, t.ha O El0 "NOwle WALandUT.;
50 hs. N,. F BRAdZIs K.T.. ,r
0nnto y A. F. OOCIIRAN CO)., 1o Trhohlt,.I• Wet.
F-RUITS, NUTSALMOD, Etet..-
WO to..f.~. N ICIL W RANGECS.
,b6 snf 0.hbII Almomln
Ip dnuru PFime IgER;
0 rerll. Prmes in SHn Wm Fanc BoNDB;
81) rue. Rardlm~ •, wholr, halves ·n, qnartmr ;
210 bnsesNo. I Fin Cnetken.
0 bn5m0. 1SICLY LMONS.
N'ow hlin e: brig Arn frhmSeil,
1"M A.F. ýCA!A.v CO., A Ta plCteHlR Ntree
SUNDRIES
ISO hI.;. FS$1^iCE PSPPERMLNNN
180 boo In TOLF NB N'S 1TTERS;
I"0 os. Sup.o BATY RUMS
S ho oe 0,rlr0 ROSE WA''ER
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KxlI," Al,, 10a n 101,. PF" nE, That1,, KIa, K, FFRYER,
Author anid, ofritnr1a1b, dabay fn1 x l t]D. A .t
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to W2, 1011* 1 DAY wet my ha dIa 1dr1,, this 31st day
SSEA~L. .f~I Junumy, nanto dnmrini Id62.
ANO d LOnTEOY \I . K. N. FRYER, I,,40 Doctor.
ALE AND CIDET R 300 bblae Northern and
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Wy VIRTUE of a writ of 1110 faSo s to me
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.tnlete eu WEDNNSDAY FelLnmrp 11, 1FaR, xt 14 o'clock m,
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BROUGHT to the Second Municipality
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Thle nxoern wilril plawv comuply with tote Inw req+ ti~ggthhem
J. WORRELL, iIrdSo
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YYTGENATED BITTERS-A S~OVEREIGNN
O REMErDY FOR DSEI AND GENEiRAL
DEIII LI'f Y, LnNTAINING O AI.COFIL0 The ttnd sn tgu,+l
rrrtitiod ivrllrrmnl·in th, w orlJ~ fart h rnr.or Iia~L I ain fomn-~
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Inllir. nrisin" froma Protmctl." 1 Fever, Fever and gw #pgrrr to la
Ir C'obl, Ull Age, and Aleeuara nriain train i oprle4e isian or n
1 Ivr~cord rolollilion of the atonwrl. Its i n al .r11m remedy. and
xot lapuss-d by any medicine in nee, fu~r Cornelia ·ufring Cron mail.e
« rr d, toot ant.llt
AmomgatIllentmwrona 5m,1 higJlihly reepnctable sallti, as, wa refer to
' Ihr 1'lloaing::
P~rofewn Ah. A. tiAYF. M. D., state Alenyer.
F ITHIENRY HONER, Eeq., Raeton.
JASIK4 C. DUNN, City Tr tree, Boalon.
Ifan, MYRUN LAWRKNC~t',, n: pnlidem Mwachale s nenab
Hon. L. Ii. ARNOLD, formerly uranmor of Rhml.I.Imtdr Doan mom.
her or Congress._
Hem. W~M. nWUODBRIDGF., fommprly Go,.-of o Michigan, sow U.
S. .,.J.r
Hou, J. T. MIOREIIEAD, t'omurly 0oyemo of Kenmekry, now U. 8.
Hon, J, F. SIMINIONS, U, S, Senator from Rhale is .
Hm. SAMUKL R, PHiBLPB, U. 8. Semitar from Vermwt.
v Han, ff. DP7Y/N, U. S. Sesnor 1I'OmYarntot
SHon, BOIAM[1N FOOT, mawber oo Cotynauros frm Vemont
8 Hue. H, D. FOSTER, anther o Ceogro hor Psonnlania
SHon, M, L, MARTIN, Debpte from Ceaares hem =Teed.rl
dons A.C. DOD; m.EM of Cnarre frm Iowa
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who wrtll onem all that ku. beau aad Inbror o thU aralnh.Me mui
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OPPIOIAL JOURNAL
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"Anmedots of the ..ttle of Plattbs.g.
BY WILIAu WALCOTT.
The battle of Platteborg was one of those oc
casions when people arise in their might, and
prove, by a most trinuphant snecess, that good
hearts, and a g.ood cose, are uneonquerable.
The plan of landing tlhree well-appointed armies
in three different parts of our-eountry, and by
a series of victories supposed certain, from the
character of the troops, they being veterans of
many battles, to either entirely conquer or dis
member the Union, was a scheme as brilliant as
was the promptness with which it was put into
execution. The result of these threeexpeditions
is a msatter of history with which every school
1ey is now acquainted, rendering it useless to
enter into a detailed description. But there
are incidents in every battle, too insisil.enpt
for history, which, nevertheless, contain more
of interest, more romance, when one or two in
dividuals alone are concerned, and which often
contain a more peculiar charm, than the most
splendid accounts of the greatest battles. Many
of these occurred at Plattsburg, well worth re
latink.
It s told of a young officer, Lieutenant A. C.
Fowlr, that he couldfirea cannon with as much
preeihion as an old hunter his rifle. He wassta-,
tioned with his gun in a small sand-work, still
remaining at a point nearest the lake, and com
mas ing the mouth of the Saranae Riveg, and
that part of the town of Plattaburg lying on its
no side. An ammunition wagon belonging
to thBIritfeh was pointed to him, papsinf to
partiular poist. le nl adael. a.ned
his with the rearkn, "that he would cut
the re-wheels from under it," whi.o b
the i.orses running off with the tonguers i
the hoty and the Idnd wheels remasnetl--one
end hocked up in the air-in the road, very
much to the amusement of all who witnessed it.
At another time, an officer of some standing
was been leading a detachment of the enemy
forwtryd, when Lieut. Fowler said, pointing his
gun, " that he would not hurt him; but merely
givelhim a tumble." In a moment more, as the
gun recoiled with the fire, the horse was killed
under this officer, and he sprawling on the
ground.
The American army was divided into two
diviione-one occupying the fortifications on the
banke of the Saranac, and commanding a bridge
eroeting that river and the town of Plattsburg;
the other posted several miles up the river, to
prevent and dispute the advance of a division of
the pnemy, who had taken a circuitous route, in
orddr to cross the river, and attack the republi
can forces in flank, simultaneously with the ad
vance on the front, and the attack on our fleet
lyinj in the bay; and, while the action was rag
ing i1 along the line, and-on the bay, oommu
nication was kept up between the two divisions
by officers of the staff, who delivered their mes
sagds verbally, as nothing could be entrusted to
paper, and carried by the subordinates, for fear
of filling into the hands of the ememy-who had
cro sed the river in a lakge body-and thereby
rev.al the plan of our operatiopa
Pkt length it was shouted fri. point to point
aloeg the line, that MoDonough was victorious
on te lake, which, so soon as the British learned,
cau ed them to retreat. This made a changein
the isposition of the two armies; and, just at
this time, Major Skinner was dispatched with a
meiage, and, not being aware of the change,
wad surprised, and takenprisoner. Beforeleav
in home, he had put two hundred dollars in
goI4 in hispocket, sayingtohis wife, that, should
he e taken prisoner, American money would
not pass in Canada. This they robbed him off;
an. when he protested against such conduct,
be as felled to the earth, and otherwise ml
treted. They urgedhinm towards the Blsitsh
lin , and when crossing the river, one soldier
hei each side of him, he made great exertions
to cape; but being weak from the bad treat
meht lie had been subjected to, his exertions
wee of little avail. Just at this time a conm
pany of the Republican Volunteers, from the
to 'of Kheseville, arrited on the bank 'oflthe
riv r, and saw the two soldiers, us they supposed,
asting some wounded officer to escape, and
we e upon the point of proceeding, when Major
Sk nuer turned his Iead, and was immediately
rei nized. The captain and one of the corpo
ra smmediately levelled one of their rifles, fired,
an the two soldiers fell dead in the water, car
ry g Major Skinner with them. The current
bo e them some distance down the stream; but
th Major succeeded at last in extricating him
se from the gripe of the dead men, and reached
th shore in safety. The distance fired was very
gr at, and, considering that all three were close
tether, and walking with the irregular mo
tioa consequent in treading on round slippery
st es, was very extraordinary.
he night preceeling tile battle was stormy
at. dark. The enemy, taking advantage of
th weather, advanced in a body, and built a
tery on a prominent point near the bank
Sthe Saranac, and within close musket shot of
al the American works; so near, indeed, was
it that their picks could be distinctly heard, as
l.yv labored industriously through the night
a d storm. A young officer, named Mc
G jsoen, proceeded to the head-quarters of Gen.
MAComb, and stated the case to him, asking the
pivilege of taking the work. The General re
p1ed, that it was a dangerous undertaking, and
t at the men could not be spared, as all would
b wanted on the next day. Mr. MlcGlassen
laowledged all to be true that the General
d stated, but represented the greater danger
Sthe enemy occupying such a point, and within
sket shot of the General's own quarters.
Gjen. McComb then asked how many men he
whanted, and he replied that he would go with
What he could get, but that he would like one
hIhndred and fifty. Gen McComb said that one
lhimdred and fifty could not be spared, but that
1b might have sixty; and McGlassen said he
would take the battery with tlat number. Gen.
.cComb then wrote him an order for the sixty
men-MctGlassen went to his post, showed the
toder to the commander, and called for volun
ters.-IHundreds sprang forward eager to go,
but he would take no more than the sixty, and
flom the whole selected that number. le or
toered them, every idan, to take the flint from his
iusket, and fix the Iayonet; then they advanced,
ossed the river noiselessly, and procealed quliet
1 through the small wood towards the work. At
4 certain distance he ordered a halt, and pro
eded cautiously alone'to secure tihe sentinel.
After succeeding in which, he returned, divided
his little party into two divisions, one of which
he ordered to take a circuitous route, so as to
Attack on the opposite side. The other he led
himself; and, calling out in a thundering voice
to " charge on the front and the rear," they
iushed, with all the noise possible fia r the few
tumber to make, upon the enemy. They were
altogether taken by surprise, and, supposing
themselves surrounded by overwhelming num
hers, took to their heels, and fled like sheep. In
vein their officers tried to rally them--panic
stricken, there was no stopping them; and even
the officers themselves were borne along with
the frightened emass. Without continuing the
pursuit Mr. McGlassen spiked the cannon, and
returned to the camp, having accomplished his
objec.t thoroughly, andl without losing one man.
McDonouzh had formed his line of battle
his vessels lying at anchor across Plattsburg
Bay, the head of the line near the main hlnd
that runs out and forms Cumberland IIead;
the space intervening being commanded by a
battery of one gun on the shore, and reaching
to a bar near Crab Island. Small vessels were
out watching the British fleet, and word con
stantly passed to McDonough's vessel of their
progress. At length the small boats came in,
and the little American fleet, silent as death,
awaited their approach. The forward vessel
rounded Cumberland Head, and on seeing our
vessel at anchor, gave three loud cheers. These
were answered by the other vessels, and could
be heard by the firm band of Americans, as
they were caught up, aveeLafter vessel, until
they died away over the distant lake. When at
last the whole British fleet hove in view, and
net one vessel remained concealed by the Head,
then there went up from McDonough's fleet a
cheer, loud as if uttered by ten thousand
throats, followed by another, and another, eael
by three times three, carrying with sufficient
assurance that they were ready and willing to
imeet their bullyin g fts. The battle of Platte
hug lrioy V .W~i we of the most derstr»ltive &P'
tilO. ert iiivitr . aRnd minitlne with deplp.
ate paererance on both dest. Alhnoemt.y
vessel was oat to pieces, and nearly nthird
of the whole number engaged were either killed
or wounded.
In oe part of the Plattaburg cemetery, emost
all of the ofleliiW both armies, .ho MILh bet
tie, ate buried tetiher; foes no longer, but
reeting peeeefao side Iy side in their eternal
.Royal oe~h ~eay, eeeted by Meira. i . He
was coag der of the Briiseh fieet,and fell on
board thesVloance, Inthe bhattle on blattlbrg
Bay. Then -Aow the names, Lient. Wili
Gun, I. N.; Lieut. William Paul, R: N.; (,apt.
Alexander Anderson, British Mirtee 'Capt.
John Puehas, 66th lRegiment, Brlti.. Army;
Charles Jackson, Boatewain,BritihN.sjy; CL.
Wellitgton, 3d Regiment, Butfse, British Arm ;
Lieut John Chapman, 3d Regiment, Biufs, Brit
ish Army.
Then the American dead, Mk.shipann John
M-Bldwl, U. S. N.; .Toeeph Barro, pilot .Bbs
Sea_.ge; Sailing-master Rogers Cater, U.
N.; Ihet.JohnStansting, U. d.N.; Lieut. Peter
Ga6mlle, U. 8. N.; Lient. George W. Bark, U. S.
A., 6%e Regiment.
e3e they lie; those from their homes eomes
the ide Atlantic, who eamerntooree upon us a
wro, ad those ~io sprung to their arms to
--r_ thleir eoutr'e rIrht, sand to msinttin
the g leat prttple-the freedom of the ees."
Here heylie aer thebattl they, the victim
toe eoanderotandlng-.g delcty between to
no . They are tele; bdtthe rtcnte
ition settled, and tle of the oed State.
hl-a respect m and nap, lm 't. a.of
h.. never.y ea. Gbfi the ,. ?.
Further from Qalifomula.
odneicoe C waaaeoneeThe anndyrermr L
the wscuw elebeatedby th Meqo -``_
Fmnvcilno with great eremnouy. A
formed. which marched to the Theatre, wher am
war dlivered by Me. Oilmaa. A dlrr concluded l
retlvites.U
Po ucCAL.-The following lk ecila r pamadby theT
city otelals of San Frncecn who were omted by ado. E
eletsionjdof the Sipreme Conrt :
Revrd That while we bow to the deotlea of the 8n
preen Coert, in the ease of the people ea reL. Haris o.
Branl e .wo Would nevertheless adln e all the city o
cer ho are not directly aeffected by that deelon, to en
tain their poeltions as ench offier uni nt ega deelio
can had In their ass everaenly and tha W .tW Gene, I
the President of the Board of Aldermen be re-b
qun d to commence pprecnding egalet Dr. S. H. Har
el. f the purpoe of teetinglhteiuthorety to exreece the 1
peec tvee of itayn of the city dof San eando. p
Joar Wit.o, thhrenan.
Il. l. Gray. Secretary.
Seto Go.--The Nevada Journal desereibe the0
site evn eaoragemUreteme byI the Bonker tilt Quarto U
orepny for elg the aurlteronus oke taken out of
thiettne.Tl hbe the first inetonhee tn thide State of
the 4dplteaton method of e.metieg the gld |
The eee of putting up the -u7Y I fuLErnae d U
pp s uso Ioogea that few will undergo jt althone
byt s means evry grain of the ld I reved IonD -
gary and other gold regions Ih the old settled e.onntrte.
eel g ia resorted to almost nuivedally. We ae
dop the method of oruhieIg and amalgmating, in A
se 1 Mexieo and the South American Staten. Should
the prlment about to be made by the Bnneer lilt1
Co ny prove meaaeul. we may expectetting fo- P
to he generally introduced throughout tbe.qmma i
i By the present comparstively rude prorac, at
tt oe-half of the gold is lost-by that of smeltingnotI
0L SileDeo-D lecvreoon e U. 8. Bo.oen Wa- U
coo --We hail oceuo but a few days ago to pesk' S
the mee amount of labor expended In cutting down
the proeteabe hills that teri a tly at the A
oat edge shout (lark's Point. and to meiuoa the eot
that Mr Grimn had ereted thiree epclnue corrugated
Iron hae eupon the lanod reclaimed, to be need a United
sa Bonded Warehon~ thr the etage of good. TheA
w a s o eted back hem the elrct 12 feet, mati
thel e wallslmet toucb the face of-the eroky ells
Ike tower, a h f overhead. *esterday morn
g tremendoue e heted in the neighhaeieed.,
and t wee at oce that a nd slide had d.h en
dsabnd canie cnheod. uehSh tmevd* to
eot fact, for yesterday morning.ae.e oencf u detructlop
was itoeeed Upon the spot where Mr. erilin's weare
ho s stand. a little distance beyond Ltw's Wharf. Two
ofem on tha south hiad been ern.hed by the falling
upo them of an immense maes of roek fromthe ovee
h ug cliff loosened by the .areing tenthat hav pe- i
vail for several days past. This ponderneo ma coy- t
and destamoyd the roof for dlstanee of aboutfifty
fret ol the rer, foreontote south dle of one of the
age. eac burnstthm all In every direction. They
an ted about.threo thouand ttons of bondle good. o
whO thot p~etioni rvered by the lentk Ie or cou
rt whil eu heavy rne whilh have been Slling
eve sletreoeted.the e s peed, and sereousle itn
of perishable eharacter.
li 0th, the L rL ent.ho exerted htarlf to
pre et frther daodu by evering the good with cau
vet edI temporary yheltere. hbut unlei they are promptly
ved from the ietonof the mne. etill further ose
o ensue. By Rpgovldential cireumteance noOneslept
in he two buildings which were demolished. In the
hi . however, upon which the slide did not fell. two men
we eleeping. lied iI.heo 00little older io extent they
oe hve bmn erushed to pieecs. Wefeartherarre.
of e similar character may occur in this neighbor
ho t.r the hills have been eut deown perpendicularly all
rn e. and none seemed less likerly to slide from the so
, of the raein than the s/id roeky one: which has pro
d i so much damage.
ror orH: Ce.oeLon.-We understand that Major
Anrows of the United States Army has received orders to
I eon the slot January for San Diego, thence to take a
e vessecl and ten men. and proeed up the Gulf of
e fornl. to the poot established at the juncrtion of the
Coedo and Gith. It is designed to establish a garorison
penanetly at that point, to protect the emigrants and
e p the Yuom t e check. The eroloag of the Coloado o
h cecto be dreaded not only on account of the deert
cotnI oyi in tIei vcinty.bnut from the trecrlcroo.. anti hoe
tilt dieloeition of the tribes who inhacit that section of
1th centry. It Is intended that the garrison about to be
i. fedo there will hereafter ieffeItualty protoect econigdteol
Wilctwy aclect the icl routi e into California. The bavi
galceel of tile Cohomdu. Inhas selom been icttempted. but
oub vneed. we b live, having undertaken it.
e.ov mn:ce Aon McHmal Otoee.-hloeaere. I. 31. lolger
t protcer. are making extensive arrangemeants for ectab
lishing a machine shop ic Sacrtemento. They are Wtout
to lpt cap two lathc. thlirty feet long. swinging fiees
and weighing ecolc 15,000 pounds. Their machinery is to
to propelled by two engines of ten horde power. and taeili
t w be provided for manufcuclring and repairing
ncchilery, engines and npparatcc of every kind. The
gclat demaend arising from tle extensive introduction of J
ctchinery in the workitlng of thle qouarts miner. and the
geet increase in the number of river steamers and eon.
Seqent freqIuency of aceident. has started this enter.
prime.
Sa Francisco has already a number of extensive foun.
4ides and machine shops, whore everything ran be man.u
factured erom the main-shaft of a steamshiptothe smnallet
cog-wheel of a crushing mill.
CALSo.c-Tho San F OrancscO IIeroId says:
-" AlthoUgh we luve not in our State a regoular canal for
the e,,nveyane of merlchandise in hbeats., there area nunm
btr of them in the mines. upon which immense labor has
been expended. designed to carry a supply of water from
the rivers to thc dry diggings. In ElDoredo such a canal
bla ju.t beccn omplpeted, being fourteen miles in length.
noit uilt by the individual exertlions and ecterprtee of
Ininers."
ptoeovEo.-Chaolee Brown. convicted of manslaughter
at Sn Franciseo, hoa been pardoned by Gev. MeDongal
CAo,..E.as Coo-oven.-The Hlerald pnblishes the followl
extract of a letter dated Mokelnmne Hill. December 26:
Acts of violecne succeed each other with such rapidity.
that I almost hesitate about communicanting them to you.
Ie Ihave mono gold in tie hills and gllches of this town.
nmore eo .rcctie. c,n, rowdies, and moroe mnurdersee tha tn
almost any other setin of California. nnd the civil ao
thorlties. who are always well paidl for beicg reonservnorv
of thle peace. bring no one to justie. l.mt Sunday even
oing. t'apt. William Frasier wo stabbed ty o person namned
d.lanc 'Clark; they were at a Mexican reum shop., had both
Ieen drinking freely. Clark was fluuishie g hit bowie
Incif,. Frezeir observed '" who lis afraid.' and turned to
gti away, with that Ceelrk stabbed him ; the hknife entering
the Ift side. over the kiidney and poasing downwards to
ward, tl1 spleen ; fears were enrotertalold that the wound
would Iprove fttl. but under the care of Dr. toher. the
crotbmbility is that he will rfeover. Clark was taken be.
fore a Justire of thle Peace. was eamiuneld. and testimony
iven coencerning tlhe affir. when he wao committed to
1jail. lict e was taken to Jackson. the county seat. in the
tage ruennleo between thic place and Sacramento. Just
lfeore arreling at .lackeo. the stage cerseot. ihurting the
tdriver. Ir. Clark. ant Deputy PlSheriff Gall very badly
CIhrk cierpec uninjuroeed.and is now in jail. At the next
Stlen of ceourl he will have his trial.
Tr Tilcio5e.--ll our oaocboogts froo the interior con
Stain cheering aeeunts tof the heavy fln of rain in their
vicnity.
At Placerville tho micneers w, workigl their long Tonm
night and day. featring that the refreshing hllwers would
not last long. At Downitville every bhlywaain astate
of active exceieccnt at tlce g.od fiortlc which had be.
tfallen theec. At Merysvihte alcy quantity of .min had
Sfallen. raelth g the Yuba river folrteten fit in throe days.
g Itis now higher than heas been witneasse since the winter
of '49 end 'do Up ti the 0 idat.. the ectae had been
Sfudling three days at Nevada. producing quitet a freshet ia
Deer Cee.k. At Sacramento the raii have been illing
r violently. From the Southern mines the accunt ate
eqiually rhering. The miners sn. repeeoented to btlIs
tcin spirits. nud working away itudtetny fle I. rl
reglected hbeep of eartn. It would not he hYde
t 1wark to cay that eery day ofanin webawb hai.. nd
r $100 t0S to the wealth of the State.
SLat.vctl.T." e een propeller Kuangro wo launchd
d recently at pleppy Vally. by Mr. M. Vine. Sheleintecdd
for a ferrey-bhoat to CntroaCa.
Li Lbea Iwcee.-The Sano M.icaoeo Herald says: We
t examned yesterday at the -jewolry eateablihmeet of
d !fy.r. Jacks Woodrets aul/clcat specimoen of min
Fl d gold and quaoks In the Vpeoen of about three
a fourths f thepoletsou meal to one.-fnth of reek. It
d welghe lO ekiec amnw asn tikela am a velc In Bt Donedo
Srcounty. It is valued at $4i00.
t ROaOten Tvt.Ee.-In the lst of prassengere names for
0 the 6'alaSo B l, there appear no less than 28 Honeorbs.
1 Cae.tala, i14 Colonels. 13 Genrale, 11 Mayer., and 10
"d dotoe, Tew ol . blUt 00v0 noen' toll of lIS whilh
141e ýr 314
Albe crrpCcl-/ly
·tA4 trr~ y º , _
ees. a4odUu
beO4eL Cho~pipm
Albortla., m.ad Nrv
ýd the AzafeSud-aa Ti
aiL shrt time
Ther L~1SWA**e&t+ qgdd 6ae~t
A Panita Ste b3m erattd alery
Td.ýt ate' iu isne MU oý
airrm
)I. Ir. Chad.e @,,
Ta Le 7W i~~'ae~f 1
SIa W ' dl'3i r
Amu Ha Eb hte: .
oa ri t a {ý-,. r3
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Mawerrea A~f .0yth
hbP~Q,aiUr(6~ B·aiL dl~YS~~ ~i
I· Ir TLp r ' 1PPFa
Mli~dlT~liOi~
G o1 e 43
On h1,#wl i
tlanl ' !o' tiw lily ^
.hadm
punt :.r it
gs9; a
Ad @tgon rhe 9a o
of A :d :
l~a 4hSj
plea ·- ·-;·I3*3i wi~~~~
et l3 ewI. and
of Aoottluloklotdt b
tho· opraa
teJau tlo S: i l.tnuo ". `t - `iu ' t '; ,
B .R MelasoL nopr'.ie.. I e AbfAlr, dc-u*iu p
peal _nton se,. 1rne .i.ns .d, a, -I. .
#",at the g .e n yof aw .-e t. ni#
, hredmonty I admiefompb a
P doused nc, tan ttat ihah pe.n4* n
talt Mitben ngahnia edat Pet, ll enttl*3e Uii
H Thno t ie of as ll
es l ebleslef.t i tdtn eii
a ref aTd that` fopytf l atstse t 4
u. ole.,t Jeia~rm be. d .
I WriahLms, appsEr a, vs. F..1 We. g.
Ap feW.. #fapal n fro ...th Dit ,aCe
I That where dlefn .n nt '-the . ae
of -hone meb~inery aid fiuet e aeillpty
teel ooeih vie tbtdoi g itt. b dsho*e I. e
an et few i.anes tir wh.."i. hts pa sdta:
e sa,4Apegh tig ias MfgntIl lSdt r 4
Ap "ne thairtia eaneerL,.tiea ae . er.
from4 Boenr a wtnedoinnetrnuera ntmie , e
" -ml at'ofJ ngs Inth. t o ly m
p .ppelhi-Appeal from Laaoerhe b teimage " n.ote
c. Judgmentt armed.
,aoaedA inaf Pfeeore P lth e. Lt.o . ppe.
teee. o. 'eSmo Senart. F.eauter.eppoearls ,.adl. J
fondant rerlsts the payment of twheo antoc isc
end r by the te.tarte. U thseeega1d lom.ea, .w
le notioe of peoteet. ThereN wnaam t t yaioath
an he has pppaled
: That a certified copy of protest seat T Post
ofi tof the Parish inwhich defendant .eelboniftkatsn
nJu et afiremed.
s. Flyy : .....plo.ee. . J . iW AlM ep
"n h-Appeal from Fifth Ditriot Cou N eewlos.
eli That tIb lanpuoge tPP atllthugh tle.atuletill
nif namelently euopitn ht pint the plan afn his
, ill be sustained. t dgmrant reversd lei tta
rded fbr new trial.
treoin Major et at..eappeier es. eirgiree assph dL at,
ap ees.-Appeal from Point Coupeo....Eerns, C. J.
ld; That partial deafueess does not incapoeltate a per
tn from being a witness to a nonu.pative will, an4tth.e
In Ity of a itness in this respect can only be ease
e as operating on the eRffet of hi p testahpy. .L
Saoin a will directing the eeonutorto "'frn the
p prty devisred in his own possession. and to delver t to
Suniversal legatee when she becomes of ageo " Is not a
jb oreneiseq. Judgment affimed.
ohon Ne. appteoant. es J. l Donrtid, aere, -ec.. ep!p
le .-Appetl fran West o Batln ltoge... e, C. J.
ld: That when the good Stdi of the Shiet and
nat twy in a canse are nnqetionable, andte Shpbl
nc s with the connivane ofplaintiffl attorney, plaintiff,
Shave obtainoed an Item of newst rewpeattegA" csin
b tad Lola Monte. whi. If thrpewta s tt a ltoat tleat I
t lion. A gentlramPn of my aequnoltanoehthis iti.
eust reand arloiter tropn af Mr.ad now l ra.uwi
S In whio the wetter aort an extr t or tase.l
11 o fron a work now In progress of phibiontion. enttir
r nteor Jesanate Sereto'r Thefollwing the K e-ul
SAnothor evidence of the ..ftnatien of privt.hi
tand Idividrul peroecution by hmodern Je.sanl, fe
00000of Lola Montro-a wreo m bnhahora g,0
idene prt In the politienl drama of n Thin
etenodtinbroyn oan inourrd the renai.mea, oft. i
J suts at the Cofrt olfrBvria. bythe frlatlm if on
i ther farvorite chema ooneted with the GooTe.
Dart eoctdbyod bJ the Jesit. in thelro.lo le
i re the Ring anod eitr th from the eeamty. I. el.
et bottom of al the ma.ilantlono. plote and inol.tl .
d th t c followed and perocuind her chorcvr Se ham
pehroel in publie. And there i Litle dioub that hr
? pmoato from her heboand. Mr. Heald. wae w in
S l Inetlwatonch and orts agThat ther tth en , te
eok.r t'eon. late Serotnry to the tin
pail for by Jesp ie. tranbel.ted into tsee. a
a eeiernlated bythem. Thatnoraon nqel wag
Sfm d the tar nd in eany tttpnr
narchs Rcosenee, on the h stnit. iI
E qroe bterdby good teottmaeylron other oan Ulbl
odt certain that either throgh the rod oa oinC
- e 0.coo' other onoeu. pblile opinion rspeaimebn
miles from Newat, , N. J.. wan Aau l ate.
an o e rhtne near. ilpotaoo.k .
foiends of the drooned forn l t tim teritl aonim p.
ionsr.-At an exanmiten held y bh S a i Yrah
t Shammed ena45tin tn q1e se Poem
o crowded sat of thehlthe tba.nlty ,t
d1 eandldatasto o.bainlolin01 &5 O N iibah e it in med
d t tied dman' mmbLt y abo k i
Sounmax toeaw Sn ort ibtuvee P
admittnd a. 1$ ai(t G. netarmlIdtWVSMimS.
I fao. dlUl. MraesftO toa MV R.it 7Ii l
. iteerdy ohnlron "tibte "ipp Nt.. ' "
a"-ettAL ttooaootonn.-T Podigt baer
P Soembla Ioel.an 'olooConnul aod pa.Is at two}%
I .". or 4&diot

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