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BUSINESS CARDS.
ARTHUR &CO., I. W., Commission, Provision
and Grocery Merohankn, R and "J N-w levea.
ADE, S., Repairer of all kinds of Furniture
H-viautru.t, near omrn r of Cirus., myl lyl_
CI ONVERSE & CO., Grocers and Dealers in
SWestern P1-dduc 91 Tcihmpitoulc meet, comerof Lafryeta
C ARRELL, EDWARD J., Attorney at Law,
Co-i,,i•icrcfoil Tcnncccc N Io. S1 , ,ierr. tll,- Nu-Oil a`,
SRAlY, J. W. & S. A., Brick Layers and
- Bul orJ No. c 69 id.in , ctreetc N.w(rlc cnc.
ccrn mi uni with th. ,c bvlc businas, w.ill build BRICK
CISTERNS and grarnnly them. Commrui, natlonr through tle Po t
omc, wlll meet r l'l tdi.patch.
Rfl c r to KlI-..l¶. ., . v. lill, D. F. Burtll. LyAl &. Daldoo
7. A. Berd &L Ma. J-lrla n F'nlunn. _ . . n tf
lbUNBAR & CO., A. F., Commission Boot
Saud Sbou Wlehoul., 4 and 56 ionuncc ctret, N.cw 1r.ur,.
d't 6m
F tTH & KING, Storage, Forwarding and
Preylalo e , Pobrenu oral l onlretic I.l auor. No. u SLoth Lon,. St.
G REENWOOD & CO., MOSES, Commission
-1cl Forwcr dig _ ,lerlna, i Giravier atrct. .3ly
G RIEFF & CO., A. 0., Wholesale Grocers
and Comm lslOn blerrhnnts; dealerin in en ·rid Wete4rn Butter
..d CheleI, .I Agntl, fr T Ior'. Alic., ie, 'ortrand Newark
Cidor, Nc.. 98, C0 -i1 4 Ad Lcves, n0i No. hI Yromntlcvcc, Nan
HARALSON, F. N., Notary Public and At
torney Mt L.,., U. . Ousmin imner for MtIrltBippiIp d Arkannnaw
Na. 1'9 Exchange Pl,.r., Ol..+itW the Voet.om+,.. f..'a t
-HART & CO., E. J., 79 Tchoupitoule s street,
- Wholeanle Denier. in faroreri.r , D-Clron C Mlllllll· ltIper, ".-_
JONES, SAMUEL, JR., (late TALsoT, JONES
aCo., altimore,) GrOcrand Forwarding lerchant, 45 Poydr
trer . N-O.l-an.. 031 ly
Ii or . ISACKS, Attornso ; lan Counsel
p.lircn ,cfRa lc,N A cy.ln .l,cc, f;t,chx nld i
Rn v l) n ++]H I. )' Irecce '0 1.% Df i ýll l :t,* 11. K" er r & 1.+ ..I. Bf. Pii'l
ltnnr . | -, Nl E , , iia o inl,,,
• l,,gm ier, Eq. FdlwnNr J. Carr.ll, I l, . J. 1.. Crrll·.ul :,: . Nr'w
K ENNETT & CO., FERDINAND, No. 93
gmmciistret Agency of d c h St. Loi. Shh,"i'.cwcr, hve ,coo
.,cy on bilnd ncio.ilete n.,artmntcoc DROP nid BUCK bIllOT, cd
BAR lEAD, irom th ! t o. , Sl. Towcr. cllI tc
M OREAU, TII., 151 Royal street, corner of
I Toulouse, Ladlies' and G-.,i mi u'i Fn'y Atc.:c s ,.'d I'cr
rry St.r.l .i1 ly
j¶AItR tROBERTS, Attorneys at Lw, 27
Cllep e+rrs.t, NewOrL .n.nn . _mh
M Ii. w MEYER, No. 100 Camp street,
WnlrhmkeYr .d denier in JEWELRY, OVLD ".
PENS, FACY ARTICcLEB, nd WATCHES. Ail Jewelry
aticrl~o r:palrer t modearn t price.. ml6
NICIIOLS, B. F., Architect, Office 27 Camp
. tr.vcupcc anic c , OnlnU.icto frnih pila nlcor Plbhh B' ild,n,
Stors., Dwell nng. .tr., tr, and to . pertntu nd thirx errrctio, and wl :
onotevnr to r.daor a ..Udaetory ·ery.o , to all w ho r my avor t, B it:
pci,,,,a5,. aci l_
TOLCOTT & SMITII, Attorneys at Law, No:
. 1381. C)*rie| street, o297 ly
fUIO, MIR & CO., Commission Merchants,
ea St. Imclcr..lct. ccll I
AYMOND, W. C., Family Grocer, 71 Camp
" ACE&FOSTER, Attorneys anl Counoe!lore
N c r vuc,.n . ln, A " - I .t.,
.JTAItK & CHRISTY, Office Iso. 10 Banks
3.Arcadc, NcewOrivan.
I'..)ONES, Attorney andl Counirllr at I[Lw,
I.. . M.ct,edlD, .9,ilpcc h L .c clI ., ,el r . t r ,,
Y. 'I' I,. nre l.. of Nt ,r l lt,+, I,'a. 11++ -, I) rn.". nl 'nl b. ". 1 ,+ , +
ilOOLE, JOHiN, Commission Merchant, Emi
THE undersigned continue to make liberal
ICL.h Al:, O.Hn d c .rcc i i.',u tol r n,cc a, i,o, e, l to l r r:,,Jt u
Ri*lolhs cl, rBd.fltll ll Itt lllrl yy4l Iht Newyo¢,rk and Bgult.+r
fr'll t! IICRI,. KI:YNC'idv n c (icl.. w3 inx~ o. et.
,V OLFF, SIAMUEL, Importer of Wines,
r.c c ,c:, Iti., and Oe,.rcl (,Jn~ trllu. I .rhatc, N".,95
Camnp stnrt. ni9
i]ILLDE, JOHN P., Attorney and Counsellor
• • a: Im*. u l.rvl.6tvn.r strr,.,.Newrbl.,... ,in ]
'ATRlIjII T A J., & CO.. Cotton Foeto o ni.nl
WY , '..ci ccd.r. and F cc'crli:ý31 r !, O7 ei;cc'.'. iir Ie i
' fATEIlaMAN & BnnO., J., importers and
c cch"i, cul." c c.1re in lln lal r J, I .:i . ,, t , r
ae· .(.:in of t11e Anv ý, ýo. it ý!,.: ..:. . ,r ,,, l,, +. ,, w.
Orlnn+..u ,+.+li y tW
MEDICAL CARDS.
J)OCTORS A. C. &. L. HENSLEY, 46 Canal
D II. J. F. SEGUIN, office at Thoe. Rankin's
lot Ar.i*r , nonr ,IrnAr .. . . Gna rl .,:. Ci..,.
W K. F. FRYER & W. A. WILLIAMS.
,"ý [INDN DOCOROS, r xlr+n~ ru ad+,
. .. Y. I.i manD womes ·nd c -,irel
C#^ N,+.lano. nad oiun, .1. J FRENCCIIHEME STREETr ,'
i ED ICAL NOTICE-DR. LOCKV OOD, who
nT1 Luab ogrelona nr«,:wttlrln to YELL. E ii., and r+nl
Of ,e trt wlw n otf the the' * 10C l . IG ,ll,,CC d I, 'Y. 'II.
FEVER0., n..iU awlill lha fn!n~iyld.eri,0,: Rhaomulian. Goct, k'lir,
Ysr. En,., ,"nd nll th. inlsA, netr ?.e ie tser! FA,,orrA. Hl '
-01 h, f.« I uyecnt htstO theIh Cbnrlt) ii- p;pltnl - t .e rcllsiu r or Il.·,
nll"~. ' \Ivrl ld Alrn , Cirh he r i n .tl".e ,oit;lbl. tr en'.«rrt.n d
`+rnsv~ : .I.,ý n+., p" nJ~n to the nlt!., nm to !n ;I+:a:" t .«'r r .re ,and
I r~h++' n.3a r n~rrrA ra - oC'.0Irn.. r..,.teee
Da. I.W:KC'W(T 0CI iEI7IFIC, n rrrnln ,..o ;, r · ,,,
Gollirrt.+ll a, rV·) .1( ba YIIsl hed ! the lifi·. :"+ 1! i o tl; l.,rs per LKeIIIC_
(m the rerelpt a1 .( dolien~ ,0et pn+ , tl ll Le rr, ito li:.p Irr: of the
Cm-1 f Gtrtr. The grem*·et rrerrl -11i be oirarn, in ANiii~c·.
IN' S hSD 1. T t Br~0 A a, kn I irTI'I 's ll~nl
~ A. FAILNESTOCK"S VERMItIF( t !-The
CAF NDOS FETA, E D' FO It% I t
LYIIATHS :EIt LIEKN DISCOVERED.--- I'n; I" ivl~p ,a r,·
tl~r non r ",lustxrrv ueomolnlal u li u l·d.-1. i· ":.'.
D~r .I. It. E!!l*, nn ··rlinant yctluonirr of lliliI. ; I 1'1.1 L':"''Y I Il M -,
lD JwRUGS" :, MEIl.
F A '..Ao . .F I,,, UZ F -. eutl«I A .-I I~ n++ ^e«-i +
e'r·,.i".l.aF R ,,.i [,,rt I.t e., , and i lp w« l l p iiis i ...ti: ,; , fll .
In++""tr. , to ell y.. ",; Crý~n Sh"1 l hf 1111 4t5 11 ,14; 1I.u":_.
n Bor mi bi~ l rrsu .t. I h ruqq++ + roue i lm a, oull b
AO tglo ..ii.. iie,..I Al. Ci, 13. 1i." ,I, \I.e iia
merchnvY tennrml I hruliylia lt hbl Stnl.". I t l x
13 ONE, F EL ICINES, NT-FUC ERt Y ETC.
Thu hobrrib , no 1.1 n-aper. ·i.lllj·. n ;l.. ntt, nuu~o of l'luni li.
Phye'ci I. nd Fnwnllie. roubles rucolilll rlnrsird allrk, clllllpraln~ rj r
article R~i. anine .;een , of ,v lesa nl h, m, llos Izlllla l wa ll b~·
Eoy heF .01, the F
ii, OEN LINE; ii. ioooh,,oliiy follo
O.: ilalllh ,niodeAillA, ,i,,lua nsnt, Hid. n, p..ao. heng
Rl the 1' p sr'Ha`%l ; Cal~ao 1gnu;fn~hi of Limn;
Roulee aid Toles uel'e Psrrf.,o., Pnroten ledtrin; e m ..rlYlr two
herrols pure Honvg.·Le.,etc. THOS. RANK],V
..ed a.. n..·i.) .·l Lr.,*·r . ·, .1.l1 ..,ý r Pnr····(
20ONE FELON OINTMIENT--Certain to glee
Ee..aCrlief io iC..pYto nay hinrs aal In CCI1: neidl n n.,,Al,1i.
theOyondh ret hieei. Sold at yer I Also, leI.\'e,,AI.,. Bl1tlS
rvC1,,.d is lcia moons,, at fifty-oBa ns ..erih. IoF IA. l
G YPTIAN EYE BALSAM.-DD CO
J fIEN, M1rinq hell L';irty reare'.xpcl· n «, off-n tlameilnl l 'nvpfrxlbta1eprml . otv
EYE
(y Opthehm., of B ILC, Diao lo'ltnn in', raro to. elk" :l u
1'enr nI tlte Eyye, f tbrtr yearn, rutrll w lno n wrrln, n II;:1I i fili -;.
hg eC ske; i.TO,; fur tIphtemhh-b ,w rn'el··tr l cl tN.. Cin.it +; ci
. . . . ..1, ''A', tf~-. y
lly ulm only one drop, x clinlllr to read II·? mrli,: ll ur lilill I
th" by c mdhghthl I Rht hose utter.
rrInllnm;Irutton of three do ye, r un by 000 !-linh Itrp. IL gires n
brillinnryy to the a u. nml SxiT. nralligth".ns the tight.
L. Nne. Id CýRCUS .C. m". A ol
C J.D ULLOCK, ii:i', ,", Erato
u s~,. .t., "ýme of l'ryllllll J'+nl ii.,r ,· th"" ('ampll
i t IA.y l ,. I'Ml . w ,,k ee m "I I n1 I·iiir. I.l
k GiI slru ulliia :d0 1
A L. PLOUGH & SON, DI:N
TIST1)) N. 0 C.mldnlet 0F-inwrn, Lo c No. 1
anil I .ioon tree t, Nnwi;l.lSro. ,Id.s.
rtF 'Oll)) I Ifu ,their fricnde nmlll, LIY LLb11 llit A.. e
1.. I'IIJIIIH, Sir., will Ilanr+"Cnrtb lCt- to thr .r + Ilr of Lil rolesasom
J.tine itE,,iaOPi .Siii yh l';u, ii. I1,E.TPLi, Jr illp: Olr'. r
the 4,w n f7l lhul ~ al Inbfar ril " whrrl, he no eJet, 7! 'hill nro
*tn J to rLoacr Sto [hr Flo.-Thu ¢ grntlro a TGenera nl A hmly willR
IIi.t, ,,U 5.4 ,i7xn,, iii r, Fa Or 1i.'A i C liteae a Cvp . .o a;
*'"t, ,l,,A!opIAAIIACAC folk y. f alA~r .; .1. W.' ,ie. E,A,,iC N.
IrLo x~io .. IE ,. itii'. C I, N" li x .I Ci il~ 1tn,(nrIw . 1 ,.,l,.t Cu+...
k ii k, l. . '.+,i, I'. I .lon I0 W C' ii a., lý.nJ l l, [m; Dr. I., .ll r
CCv., I. Chrnil.a,L.+,.D. i'. A. 0 h~. AC . t .li nu, C. 0 C...
R." ANFOUXLDI:'TS
NC. C J.Jolne C,,.,t, ie.r C jn. i IC Clei
0,4 ly M. NrwlhlBcil.·
EI..llNao laN1, n,G~i.,,T.Ni, l a..,y 11IT lilTI1110C FCC.N
LA Lh FA A,' l E iCl, Ni. I IOT No. 7-Me1etsat
DIiiA iIYSlTE-lli Oo SToa .'
n,0,i Lo mani A... Cu,'....unao , - 1. i,..,ii,, ,,o,, Cod C i,F,.
1 otol e,11i,0. '.: J. r. ING rnt i, 11 s. W. T. Nii, ,oii~
S~i'. i, 1.; a.. . W~pa~o 11.0. 11,4Lt''~~u« +.8(w
I. OO. F.-Tpo owal o LN - GE No. 13
LmI lu l, crn t of1Yhupitnulne nnlt Pdrml
E trNI il, at T ,c ' ii Ti. hii--Goorgai..a B.
Ofitr.,,oN. a.,,i Ging .aig0i. ai ~. Ii,r 61111Ianl.r) ton..T.l r Pa.
wET~ Oa~wv~o~i~o.ono~a.;o.C,'..
In. WAIenL1 Ped. loaen..,, CF.e 11ri.0.. 00m. ICI.0oW..;A
SLONE STAR.--The General Assembly will
he~-~I~ld its s.llaonn on the LFOL'R'1'll TfIC RSDAI' of verb
woo, th, nlMCE, G,;WO C.0. naA.O.0.; 300,,~lof ('ll IA.,,
F.G;O laoNLaui~eaaro Coa·';anl Ga r1i o, C llro ,O.i.o,.A
Ell.a Moon Iandlirinio0E roosAl , hlil+.h.lp s e.. l(n Oilt of
Lsblrlttr.) rhoI Bret eveunrn hemp held M L'nevut r llhl on til Fourthl
Thuredny 11 .ley. Byordrr of ti: '_Id 1.lll
a.,. IV A. O. JOUnAN.a ..1 00tnry.
fIelloan ,. lvllon No. 1 P. loT.-lleutnavurJ WEDNESDAY
E\'EN1 \ :, ul a o'clock, nt 1,, 1,11 No.46 St. Chlrrloe atrrscl... .Omrl.,ra
*larlrd for the prnrso t toutr, nndinG Septr. 801,;67: E.M.,TU, W. P.,
11. E. B*tvv v, \l'. A. (.. Irr1.9.. nlrRCnlr·*
R.S.; J. Dunwnxn. . .; W. C. EYeruln.. '.. J Wrl1ln C; A
ING CU)I MIITEE--. l- r l. ii Dwii AireL1· H. F~. R +.r a,. o \Ilny
Apollo.ll I'" 11 t«·rtia 1'. C-. llheI t.l ntn,"7dC ro nllllleY L Itill -t
hr.~r ' Tlceuluplui!xu slrct;WWN· SIITH --131.3 1alLTcand Pllydrms.
Unlona Dlvlelon No. R PI. of T.-Mrte~tsrrry FRIDAY EVHEN
!TOg t d o'eloar, xt the Temple Hull, No. 749 Tclupitnuln 0-t.,·1...
Th 01%ifRaethe ofernre for Llln pres."nltrue: Tvllx. It. nlr,
W.1';P.I. C ena, W' A, AI.91ciul.r+.x, R. S.; A. Roexnw
h. R.E;.; A. Cunur. F. S.; WM,. WatrarTT, T.; ilur hlrra C.;
fNOTILL, A. C. HU(II( IRIIIA+I· I. S.; .\. T.,lmnnT, O. S..... 51 C
VISITING COMMIITTEE-limtl len Bulrxrvrn. N. 1_t N'_Letl~r;
Nlrcll L" Llllnra T J. ntv ClncLmll, cumvr of al.llHoll n d Al-"
elreen, jy78
Or srlat Fouut lvlllon No. 4, P. of T.-Moot.n every
THURSDAY, stY o'clock r. a., nt Temparanlrv Hall, No 86 I Cnnrlet
street. Omsar· for the eneuiog yuan tr: WF. H F,,,L,' W I,". S. IL·
13--s W. A.; G. P. Rme, R. S. ; H. %v. kllr, re, A . 9.; E. ý-v.:l
F a.;. i. S, Hlall., T. fi W ltenwNi C. ; A. Hxno, A. C.: I;
WAT~wNLB.; R. W. YownnL, O. B. Jy~l
Odeoe Templel of HIonor Na. 6-bleat. esery THURSDA Y
EVENING, at tlo'elook, ,t Temple IHall, 4x1 Tvhoupitonln· treet.
0!Beeu for the mahri! torm, --ding Ot. 8!,!95'3: TnoaIB Fatennl
W.C. T.; to W. V. T C H.. R. InLYID W.R;]. .CACL
Am.. j Risan aonaw. W. U Dow a, . .;J
.;~or,. . Josauf Do, W. D. U~ B.~rla~n W.;
N. W. WOOLI~on W. S. mye
11 MuouF Hlr*Lon No. 18, B. of T.The f· ollowing ere the
omeene[ this Ditvtoa for the preuoilt to IIHe Baon·, W, p,;
Wa.. oontr R, S.; W.A. E. Hlunneeolil . R. B.; JIY·· (iosl*·
F. S.; Haenr AL}NOIa; T· CBLI· BIPI·* C,; R.- Ge-,A.. A
C.; lo·N trury, I. . ; oaenaua OOLUINUIO O.6 ...Thie Dtvihou
meet. EVERY k0JAAY EVENING, at Temperance Hall, Sa t.
Qharlee sleet irl
NEW ORLEANS DAILY CRESCENT.
PUBLISHEID EVERY DAY, SUN;DAY EXCEPTED, AT NO. 93 ST. CIIARLES STREET, BY J. H. MADD(O~
VOLUME V. WVEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15, 1552. NUMIBER 144.
ICE-ICE-ICE.
lee.
[7/' A. Mh. WALKEFR In a nrllrol ICER, cand ha Inrea apply of
llbx nrfrletndlpleror. O,,1 b, CORNEnR NP PIOYDRAS AN
St.CIIARLFSNTRETSO,,pAICORNEIR VICTORY AND EIUYSIAN
PI ELDS STIAORTNS CI'IA RTRE.9ST EEPT, 9 /CO;I0)111 E RCNARET
nul atthU CORNER OF ROBIN AND RErIIOUVS SNTS. ,,h)6 11
lee-I ce.
NEW ICE IROUSE,
LXI7ZI APROOP, .n..fy oppo,0ll M...... Armt-9, Ikarri¢ A S
I, Snrhip WIrf, ,AAd
No. 699 PIIBUI'ITBPNULA BPPET.T.
J. RTAFFORBACO.
IVORDERS RESPECTFULLY ROLICITPED. nth-2
IMPORTANT TO PROPERTY OWNERS!
Bridgewater Pafnt,
FOR WOOD, BRICK AND TITAR BUILDINGS, DTEAIATOATB
HIIIPS, RAILROAD CARS, IEPOTS AND ALL OUT
DOOR WORK, ALO FOR SALL IKINDSOF
IRON WORK,ABOVE ANI
UNDEA P WAATPR
L £ The ntteotinn of III public ie nrrpsrtfvllg rolled "'~ olu~l
.etunwinuler nf Iror pi Lherelrlalnwd JJRIDGEWAI Eli PAINT. It
nary~e.., forth. Apt tnt more than dd, tt~ntnftar EIGHT AION'T1 I
us, iri il·· ? ollhl thiPehe-wv~r the i'F'M I U B -! , I vdl ul, and It
:..~i· ol'crull w the pnbhr ae0, Lou~b~t FIRLA N·Y WEAlTHERPRO.r)
TFkr:I OR EVYER DILSCOVERED.n
CYIPUTIPICATIE OP hASPJ. MILLERI, OF ATTAIIAPAS
1". JAAy Ilas I nn0 , A, IArod I n.apl theIB InI~atr ~A.NiAnlI PA NI N
m"" It Ln" r "er, m~ lt a ues sul .ry ten vrt Ag e 1. M."eren a.( G' I: HO pi YI( w
lII 1 cLl.. ·nilll, odd m3" t+"elrlllos w i v uun nareroa· ,llcs rrrbmr rll Ir
hos.t KI nw I,0l.,AAN E I AAd. r vA tAe xm, u. i nt re and llllr ,.e
NiII.,AAIIIVI EA AS yNAIL , I'AAAAAAANA A 1 AAv N;r L
V'heref I Il n, Isv acn I~t boa Lain xxpn.·rl utlle en .nrr iil L.1""'":,
.vA !.n neltt.ýr l~ll tel sin a'k d, and t~ ( f lrlrl n aulid :n": W.:ir
Surrrr, rlhrrb iia P-. It entrrry cupervrrlue·
II... A1.,,,,;,.' AA 0 , A-,A A II,, IOIHN F. AILLERA
NA~vlI NAA, ANAAnpA.,RIAEl6n , 1551. 110F ILR
CB1RTIFICATE OF CAPTAIN ST. CIAIR TIIOMACSON,
01 OTEAMER MIAGNOLIA.
H,..sg pAiAbIId thAe hArnr.naA dAA. AIhaIp E aAAr t--InA, IAO
NISMA uE ,.A ,Ay eAAAA,, with the NISIDNEWATEII PAINT, I
b-nItetnn AA prAmr nv.,nA iA SUPERIOR, ,. u.y 1.'Io AA.r sAy, ,I..
ra! nivt )ifor·· the ,0, lr. at bexlieve 11tr. I-, CARTT~k PRIJTE
'AIION AGAINST TIAC E10U1,T I OF SPARKS AND CIINilA. It
.. 'w Iaoad ENTIRELY WAT'BPUI( XIP AAAd-Lke,1 nAAiI.
he 1,10. IN.pI",I 6T. C. THAIlAMOIN.
Now Or;.ane, Doenrm~ar 9, 1561.
CERTIFICATE OF CAPTAIN WILLIAM BROWN; OF
TOWBOAT PORPOISE.
I hnave ased tII BRIDGWATEiB PAINT, IAr .hir1. NIr.... A.
Ir'.P, TAA COA. oAg ntsA.AI the hN, r: oA A dark of the TuAsoal
['IrllfPOISEE The Pe, et I.ua wman on . ·l.nvt Lh rnr moo l.r d SPARK :HW
m GCINIAERS CORSTANTLE I1,, ' UP"'iA IA ihm UW NO EF(PE(L:
Lr ' rtui uil, eek. It Lecern a PERFFCT hATF., nn I I.i ti
.0r,1 .l IAAAxinNAA l t.0 e liA5 iAiA A A Iw.rv to A ,AA. I.ATAI N
IIIArTUI2TIIINi AuiA.Ar ie II.lr~aAII.AA0'AIIIAN ·Ii INl)I0CIANI ...
1,1.y n.Aunll AAAAAAI hi., OIIiDNEIHWATA PAINT IAt the I IANA. . aA
fort, In AtonA A NNIs'C,.N I
NBA. .1 WOE. AROIIN, C.pAA, al T AIPAAt J.or)ca.A.
.,nw~tlanol. Urlrlb I, 1b51
CIEITIPICATE OF TIE MANIAGERS AND AGENTS
lF LOUISIANA 0110Y DOCK CO.
IIA.ng hdII'..AAA)UISIANA DRI DOCK AANR-,,,A.- h tAIN
WATLIRPAINT, i,0 rAeAA.Arim lhoroueli IA.NA.A .vA " IAAA rIAAAA .n
r" r th Cu .,u o. .Larht e IA 5., 10 N/III A, ý A I .::.0 ier, Bra vn
·I. ba POKPI)IGO. W'e ciitW,,A.I.ANA.IAA AIAl u.1 PAINT us u SL'
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IN ,'I.A) HUGIIILB, VTAI..LT A. TIVIIIIASI
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NO. I.
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lruinSPi:TlIr' EA Y RELIEF
01,111101r,111 U"', Sla. CCIL'r CA,&D m PAIN S t fro100 OIICFA I
l0IIOCALNIACAEICA IEA'
A -ogre. J. WP A ERMAN A CO.
JOT IN STROUT) Ar CO.
. RICHOARREN
E. MAIM'C wHESONII o. 79 CCmpII rrII
AT MOBILE:-JAdES G. CURIARED,
NICIICHiEA NA -HYR II AINDEKIIIN'
(Al.\'F.STON---jrNES a UFFCRRD.
}fATUATRlNA IIECIAE{EAELU
' 'IT'"A S AA CI C R. C WTO LIC AICAI N",S 1,' i'
N EIV AD~VERTISEMIENT--Let every body
No. i
R. R. R..
R.ID rl.11 'N RE.IDY)I RELIEF
1,91.11K FI~tST AND ONLY IlrEITEDY EVER RECORDED~l IN 7IFE
Tl IEC' I IXII Y 0IF7 HC OiRLD TAT HAS SToo i'IT.,G
CILE CACICAC'S 011'OLF 0 1 CAI OII A FEW SIECONDlS.
w0 Ell 1tu17IE 111,57 S VER, PMTS IN FIVE-MINUTES Co
IIACWAY'A r t." re~ ECAIIC t n0,C 0C 011 TOIC AUIQAT, CIA
ACCACINIIS, 'EURALGIC I ndIBIAIOUS C'AII' LA, TS IC A F'E'
Hio;RS,
PNTERNAL END7 BTIORNA.
It nCAUr iAE . ir I IAAIE0N 0Aau AI (COCOA' moAt . ormentiRE. II (10o
11.1,* PriiZS.
T ' THE SICK AND PAIN-UFFER-INI OI NEW
ORLEATNS
I, o hnnoEAT..irol p211,,(.111 w ICICIh l!! ,1 Ol l rO,,:,pl..:rr. oao r
l'IIAAOAAG,,n 701 1N ';kCl(,(AClollA IO
tr, n' u( ItADW'AY' REAIIVI R ILIEP we *llr arantflt ! a IT WI.LL
FREE YOU PWW)A PAIN IN FRCOMPLAINE TO FSV. X N oreES
IT IIas cURED,
IN NINETCI CASES ODUT OC A 'UIINDCED
RHEUPC ATISI IN FO(1UR HOUIIS.
ELURALGIA E A IANE HUR.
CRtrUP IN TEN MINUTES.
DI A IttHU? IN FIFTEEN IliNCTES.
Ao lETH '((ll I lONE 0EC010l
. PASNI IN FIVE MINUTESBS
CRAMPS , l N FIVE lO(UTO'S
1C I,,,,, oE IN FICAII"C T IEE- INUTES.
I HILI, bEVER IN FI 011N 00INUTES"
CHILLhLAI NS IN FISEVERINU.
SOEW RE THROAD ,0 IN FOURAIUTESllA
AFL INSZA IN OALL REDUR.
APINA.I CIOMPLAINTSG STIFIF CU WS, 'STbRAINS. BERUISES,
(EARN ilOCI 01 FRIOCA jITAS, COER ( ldA 1I(IGOCAII, 10 D 1SEN
I 1Gl l`C0(lO)II0I(L' aA0V all oll~c ll~lpl ll:1 NiL. hrIIiYCa.
er AIINILOR, " p.u AAI'S &E DIELIE, arl C iCIralmitat Nthe pDAn,
SICK HEIIADACHE..
RADWPAY'S READY RELIEFF W~ILL SLOIP TILE MhOST DI&
0oRESSIO 0AI0 I A FEW h 1(0010 S, Al cl IIC, CO 1r111,rewed
atmlnka. It w~ll rllrala and awesmtl thu eltlnath, nd nentalitothe(h
0,Ycuauuac.idlp,,0,'hgr yl.
PRELVENTION L
Ry Isllliug the pleasanit and agreeabl perfenir or R. R. R., it will
I obyuvev the aenlrrremovn the dulllang hton' f-Linda of
torpo"r Ifd friguvu
IN 0ATHING,
NEi atrtdrepnnnful n( R. it, R, rith n Lorl cf Watesr. andl bathe the
TOlOd. , Lll OIAI nod talc., wash the 1 Frr, c 51d othr p pla sf the
sod err) Illll~llp nll)U IIICA!I'B~~Pl,0IIAAlllll~l
body e+ dillmu nnll kiyounela hpUtrl' pe r ad ealhy Ianprotos [cr
AL~L ROW~EL COMP'LAINTS,
DIA RRII(F.A VS ENTEIIY, TL'KDII FLUX, I:HOLEkA AORBLIT
PAINFCI-olo L 111,1 111110 lict[hu nuG APARAT cAilC,'ibfew
EAAEEIrAE utA moat OCOiNE-ou diwllry CCl, ad will l , uily
TAURETc rhR M rN O ip
NEURANGIA.
PA I0 p7 l PP010 I 000VSTN I ,
R.ADWAYIS READY RELIEF pours,.r m llmnetmirarulou, in
PollC1Ador the IAlOrp 0Ol ll pnngl(001*,l,I u( tiis loelraonoool. In
fe minutes atr tlv Illl iltrir krn enTerrer i ilnerier ·s lil, drliriltful aen
0 -1, 110l 0 of ll l00l ldll0(11f'i. It 11 ru 11d 0,ouennll 0 , 10,
+v 111k, A,1 "n ol l p.. of them ha 1 Colo b 0rough 1 alml,.,t to d -onlo,
door, '1hbj ·:terta of Llhu READY RELIEF to stop the poly rme inmedi
ah:l t- Lo nlil*ngthil 0a] \ oi, *gstlm, n d a pply the n -,,w wit
..CII . 11 10aty; m loss1 n CwLI i t. i. P .macoe nn nerIa'A
RHEMATISMAT.IN A
rn rAS aic~i.~rF:D .v ii re HIrvPT68
Sr COT, NIoCIIII : t . lut, C nnt01 l :,n111 1, (IIIn ~0.01 1,,0r1 I. -
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01 I,",uo,ýI PIEPI CA,a o,o ~CIIOO:-g fi(11,: 0100( 'CooI, Oil, 111011ts
5r 0511 RAD IAY'S I01O EiOLIIAPr the li1AILIll* u: (11(l~ll lTJy
tux n in the Union, for thebu tt,. lose 1·n , have hvatll I ,[ t il- a m ·m
CHILL FEVER.
ChILS STOPPE(D IN A FW MINUTES-PAN11 RELIEVED
INSTANTLY.
1 a t RAWAYI READY REIhilLEF ..moon., net ., ,i un iI , -aofihilll
extra wnh hr Iealth and ·tr,.gth every organ and ·cretmlu of ti y astum
PAINS OF ALL KINDS.
When,- y ou Erin Latin, apply RAD WAY'S READY RELIEF
ann·to rrllurv uu (n i Few , If ))o Evantr pnlos ,n the Slone;~
In~.·stnpx [he a Llrr, Kiiiau yeyo, Rowele, 7ointar Burr, RAI)WAY'SI
REIADY i2ELIEF, tnlrs altltpr iulamailg or app~teJ ezarually, will to
f a m", nalur topl nio n ukrl rmore lie mole.
RAD'WAý" A ý., 16-1 Fulton rrant, Newyork,·
t SOUTIIE11N DEPOT,
JOHN WRIGHT A` COI., 151 Chart~a sheart, NoriOrlcana,
'f W Grnrnd Agent., who _11 luppig dente,. I. tba country at Rad
way A Cm.'. prlr.R.
r nltR
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kIP Snld elan h)r Gj N. IIORRISSUN 19 llagrume treet, And by
DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.RE
*A* for R. R. 1.. nr RA DWAYS REA DV RLI EF, mhll lyAW
IDobyrie Zi Inrringtost'8
SDAGUERREOTYPE AND SiTOCKI DEPOT,
No. A CAMP STREET.
Thin well-knowvn ellllllhall rlr t Loving bean tbor.llehlg pnired,
onlnrgrcl and inpprlvrd, tF popieor Ivite Ilis attention of the {{nbbhr
to thin, 'I :T U IE l9ALLbliY,,vhere Purrnita ern hlmlrhrd of all Sulo
in the most suprrlur.tyly mn nish. '
itN. B.-Olperntmla hoo~d out withi r piner APPARATUS at the lowu
est rash p ler . Voihtlander, French ll ..I. ,'ea Lew ~ Inll H Ib'r
d ha .1a u luuea. ,nth UIII end area nnliiell. for iwamt5,fivr Ilnllnrs
Quick working Tlo Pl~trn (Amrnrcnn end YIBh,) LCirs) nnmcl.
Stnd, ERth [he elnstoete with xverg Hltirl nr rd m th,
rbAOeaRRERYn re BUSINESS ,tb tl on Lnud. ad t'or .all
D AGUERRERIEOTYPE ROOMSS No. 30 Philippa
1. t t es. . PwdrunanllI Prrdlulu, Ollh- DAGUF&RR'A
r, T K O TATSaetLc t .hurt Ilnllce, andl of uulrrculled
C e, v od rpreeeion, and pu nte nanteet et, l in Pins. Lock.: h,
N'rns m i and e peusa than any other Nrm to the city,. The r
p,,Otor tenders hlathmlrk fur post ta-rI.I ad, fromn If. Er .oboe. iO~
y ..,Wg tI~l~ c-Rhhia davotiou nd "p-riaor in the buinv.. for ter
I y Yea.. These facto ho boor will moonr h am Itberable shorn of L bhll
n, Vruull ., 11 ttl JAAI ES I1/L:Knol )D.
(SUMPS and B~ATHING APPARATUS,
1 rr.--JOHLN SloCARTY, PLUAI(BER N I B4- 511
S fREET, N wll bae, bus juat rerrtcvd ~n nvw mad hugerd as
sortmaoto, RrnU Cor~, vurwullli(( Force ilýl Litt Pu, p., -1
la nar Pumps, k. ..Le.; Cooking anye; UBil mg 'tube andl Shown,
Betha.
Al ,, Iayfm an ·d repairing laud Pipn.; sheet Lead wink of easy
S~I hip a~nd Steamboat work promptly pat upadr~plkad. £Ilorrlsn
t, roýW "mltsodflto
MILLINERY ANT) FANCY.
Spring .lillinery.
M RS. BRYAN, 101( Canal Htreet, has
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DAILY CRESCENT.
OFFICIAL JOURNAL
OF TILE CONSOLIDATED CITY OF NEW ORLEANS.
THE FORGED NOTE :
Or, the Scheming Mother's Mistake.
Ir rllani s corn:, ..- ' . tr. b
Mirs. Abraham Walpart wa mst enq,hnti
"'ally a: woman of high life, while lMr. AbrMtbm
W\Vlplrt wans a merehlinhtin tniildlina c:ru- !'t
'tatce., who hld to work :o-.t 1i-dut , 1v
kelep his wife at that height ofl fai-hin nip;,h,
she had contrived to assunle, . ir. \ 1],.l.t ii
hlolorid diligently at his bu:inmez--va, h.,
and upright in his transactioans, al h i-ll,.k;,,
was a fountain from whence liowed C: ia:lt "':n
if' ttoney into his family; but yet his vote upa
donestie 'ti ir's aoniloo te'd to a were typoi r-
and -lould he chance at any time t, give it, ,i
wife invarinbly claimed the right t,,o : .to.
Julia was their Ialy chili-a girl of nineteen'
, and slnoething laniy be known of her
a!n. t: ('r fro:l the fact tllhat her millotl r cfte
, -ipred her d:ep regret that one so teautitull I
:i: giftled as was her daughter, woun:,l not -
lti shine: more in tashionable sci(-y.
.uli:t Wialpart was one ofctheinliti
ti,, are created to adorn the homa r: i' ,:.e eal
i ay. lbt who, nevertheless, cannot l.ii t t,,in
with a rich, pure light, in any walk of h initoi
The Itaml- had been lighted in Mrs Walpiart's
itting-ro0, n, and1 the lady and daughter were
there alone. The former was rocking to and
fro in her lar'e lolling-chair, evidently suitbr
i under ::mone severe nervous shock, while
iTuli:a eenmed to have been weeping, and even
now her bosom was hneav-ed by deep sobs of an
-. Now you see, Julia," caid Mr. \Walpart. as
-i topped the motion of her chair, " to walat
:-'.ii lhave hbrought yourself by not listening
ny my divice. l\ien you tirst tegan to receive
;ie attentions of that James Albee. I warnedl
yu :ln aainst him."
. Ilow did you warn me againot himt :" a.kei
'the lir erirl, as she removed her hand lroam her
.hi i brow, 'nt gazed into her moth-r's face.
" i.w did I do it ? Why, did I not tell you
ib: e w, s nothint hut :1 poora clerk, anl that
Sioutd lok hi her tfr a hu band
Ies. ayu did tell o.e that, mother ; :1ut that
Oat no v..:l cing against 'imt. That was merely
ouri pr liice against his pecuniary affairs."
I" ;, dice, chilt 1 " iterated Mrs. I\alpart,
e levating i:r l uow withl a sort of haughty ansu
int,, " indeed it was no such thing. I knew
i;fat he waull turn out u swindler."
l" lt you never lintel such a thint before,'
-il Julia, struggling hard to keel) back her ris
cIg emotions.
" Perhr.: ' id tnot in so many wor!s," re
turned her mother ; '"but I never thought himt
'Oy Ietter than he should be."
,ulia Walpart gazed for a moment into her
motiler's face, and the:n burst into tears. She
a.:.tl lel :Lames Albee with her whole soul;
.n civtnl though the charge of lorgery hung over
L:- head, yet lhe could not hear him thus tra
lucil:e. At length site wiped her eyesoncemore,
al with c.nsiderable energy, said:
Jin:-0 Alice never em:oiditteil thOt forgery
with which lie is charged! il is soul is too pure
nol nole for that. As well Iight you tell me
iha't thi flinty topaz grew uni, ' you oleander!"
" You speak foolishly. girl," said Mrs. Wal
iirt, with mluch narcasln; "''hlt I trust you
wil let ile hear no more ofit. Your f.ther has
ie'n wrloga in thul alluwing you to cultivate the
a, ,l:aintancelof that Albee; but] trust this cir
-tn-tance will leabrn him a lesson. Nuw,. ulia,
I hpc tyotu will he wise, and receive the atten
ti--n. of Mr. lPabbingtan lie ;s a fine ynung
gnutleman. fashionable in every sense of the
Swo-rd, and his society cannot fail of pleasing you
- soon as you shall have learned to appreciate
I :1.1:
" other. if oua have any feeling for me, at
I]., lo not alludle to Mr. Iabbington again."
.I ulia said this with much emphasis, and her
alll nr eeemted to throw hier scheming mother
-.teel hat aback, but ere the could make a re
re, ,cne of the servants entered and hlanded her I
a card.
" I dieelre.'" sati Mrs. WIalpart, as -he ioet
ei st the card, ' Mr. lBahbington is it the dou-r.
,S-ow ]him up,i" ste said to the servant, and then
turning to her daughter, she contintuel : " SNw
Julia, I must commtand you. Mlr. ilablisgtan
is m especial friend, and I would have you
treat him with respect, you shall soon learn to
loak upolt himt in a still more favorable light "'
Mrs. Wallpart had noopportunity to say more.
nor did .tulia have a chance to reply, ftr at that
moment iMr. Babbington was ushered into thle
rootlll. lie was i very truth a "'man-butter
fly ;" with any quantity of hair, dress, jewelry
andi perfumery about his precious person; and
:s Ihe replied to the salutations of Mrs. Walpart,
lhe did it in that drawling, self-sufficient tone
IaIl style which mark the insufferable egotist.
.hli;- instinctively shrank from the man to
wa-m her mother wouli have Iher turn her
, a: and though, firl thile sake of mere good
rt-lins-, 'he tried to treat him civilly. yet she
-fund even that a difficult and irksome task.
" iMr. Babbington." said Mrs. W\ialprt, after
amlte twenty minutes had been consumed in
crititi .ll and strictures ulpon the characters of
varilous aeqllaintanees, "u voc you heard any
thing about thie fbrgery "-'
" Do you allude to the case of that--,ah-Al
ihe fellaw ?"
SYes. sir."
" ew--well--the fellow his managed to get
holds. I am sorry for it, for the vgatw wretch
should he implrisoned. Such fellaws are really
Inngawous to society. It is a waandahi that the
villain dill not make my purse the object of
Itis heinous cri ne--not that I lshould hlve missedt
Sleaw tthousands, howevah "l
But tell me. Mr. Babbington, who it was
itht was so foolish as to bail this florger a
" Aw--really--have you not hearl ?"
" No-indeed I have not."
Well, my dear Lady Walpart, you mu:t par
tou him lbr his folly, for 'paon my ionaw, 1
think he ineant it fLr charity. It was Mr.
Walpart."
" Not my husband
-e lh:,ll, Lady-1 Walpart, I must say it was.'
"Then, t;,id Ibless him fori :i good ieart!"
e.i:e-ul:li llJulia, whiie the look oi 'lingled con
,c1.:;l, anlld anguish that had dwelt upon her
-andi-tatl iatires gale place to all tx-r"':n
oi real gratitude."
lr. l-tert Blhlibington f1louri hed i-is per
Itu(d hakerlchief sitit a tsort .f neruil
invemtent. while lMrs. Wallart looked the pic
atrieof sitter astonishltent and chagrin. But
-'le was relieved froln the necessity of attempt
ing to smooth over her daughters indiscretion to
her visitor, by the suddenl appearance of Mr.
\\'alpa:'t. The ilmerchasnt gave a very cold re
lmU to Mr. labbingtou's '" good evening;" lUnl
:, he saw t hat his dearly beloveld dauighter's
we sulttlfused with the shades of sorrow t.di
-ortification, his tentmper was not at all softenel.
in fact, 3r. Albert Babbington thought 31r.
\\:tlpart was rather mlore distant than usual,
-isI ere lioll he made an excuse bor his deplr
1 ure.
For several mllnleunts afterl the viitolr had
ione, ti ln tutrokliot silence pervadee, tie room.
"'ce' merchant wa< renmovinn leis boots, ,Juiilt
-0-lli-'- t- a lie ponderinlg upsit what had piase'e,
while iMrs. i\'alpert rockedl to and fro in her
Iihairi are Iltlnously than ever. At tlength s
Ite ltasl'tld ait Iback in his chair, shei askedt in
o: t oll nything but pleasant :
' Mr. 5\ alpal t did I hear rightly with regard
St your aniling that firger-:
' I don't klitw, I'm sure," laconically replied
thle gentlelattn.
-1u know whlether you betcame liondslnall
ir,laicmes Alhee, do you not?" sharply asked
" .\ll, now I understanl. Yes I e did tiectnme
ieondslinan lbr tile young ian."
S-"And don't 'lyou know you are making a fool
of yourselft, Mr. Walpart ?"
'Heally, my dear wife, you flatter me," re
turned the merchant, in a tone of perfect cool
tess. ,
" Flatet5 au,.sir ? No sir. Let me tell you
that you acted the perfect fool in this matter.
It was nSt enough thUt you should, in spite of
ail mly arguments-'
" l'-l-e-w 5 .Ir guttnls ""s interrupted her
air-hu, ir I agd.
"'Yoir--arsumsnls,tir. It was a.t e-ussgs
that you insist upon his visiting the house, but i
now that he has prved himserift v:llhin, you
'hbol' still clitg to hilm. You are ruining our I
pal roputtion, ri
' thet eye.s of tr. ltabbington, I sutppose,
iuitly rtemark, I Jr. Wtalp art, with an unuu-ial
itecei'toi e etiaIi .
t Ar. Itlahbington ia a it/tlhtmao, sir, and 1
silol thank you tinot to treat his nanmewith ,li- t
repect, ret.rtet Mrs. Walpart, with a look
and action of offended dignity. "l le has a sin
c:re regard fir Julia, and I yet hope that both
vOU anld ,he will come to a sense of your own
interests." "
" So we iprobably shall," replied the mer
-ioant: " but you niust excuse me now, far I t
.-. mav. ~pie hu-in.ss to attend to."
.\ Ir. \taipart spoke, he drew his chair up
c" n', t tilte, and taking from his piocket a smatll
tlhu., of papers, he began to look over them.
hli- iiie knew that further attempt at an ex
ir,.o n ,of her thoughts would be utterly use.
!i ;tilli atier retlaining for a few moments,
-I, .tr-e from her seat and left the room.
iJi the next morning, ere Mr. Walpart ar
rived at hie store, a young man called to see
han. an'l ean ;iving his name to one of the elerks
,-'.i:i htlt. , lhie ws.: requestedt to step into
the c,,untin"-roomn. and await the merehant's
ci,ihl.. .J ione Alhee haul jir.t entered upon the
-t-o f :nlioa, ant : single tdok upon his
aum. kinily i miling coutenanec would at once
i,-.r:-i "t tnprtjudice l raid of all suspicion,.
,ady:t hi rcested under the charge oft' brfery!.
A -c-e. f liv te tihousand dollars, purporting
It t:ve boeen signled by his employert', 3le.src.
FI;t I: ir,rok, had eercn presented at the bank
and (.:-hId over at month previous; but, as Al
bee lld the principal management of the tausi
nt-, the firm had not, until within a week, dis
covered the fraud. As soon as MIr. Folt saw
the check, lh knew it to be spurious, and after
serius consultnations with his partner, suspicion
waon lastened upon James Atlee. No palpable
cilrcutmtances showed that he had made any
u-- of' taihe money, and an examination was
uihle' (o his trunks: this Irovel' nothing, how
'e-,'. atlltl whlile yet the firm were in doubt upon
the sul jcct, they learned that young Albee had
lately loh:.id to a friend, who was about conm
einc ing bu-iitness, four thousand dollars. This,
together with the teller's evidence that Albee
hit-.lf iim I re.-,ntitd the forged check, was
dee- e' ai contI-luive evidence, cad the young
ton .a:s 'i..ecordingly arresteil. A hill was
tin-l ntinsat hirm, andi he was held in heavy
La,. I Ith tri'!-31r. Walpart, ae the reader al
retiy knitws, hatilng recogtizel himself for the
re iuireld amnunt. There seen d no possible
way thr tile young man to clear himself of the
fata-l -.!rg.": a'lt as he sat now in the mer
:halct' eutotin'-rroon, there was a deep shade
of' s:ines on Ih. manly features; and his heart
lay heayt and aii in his bosom.
Aot lcth Mtc. WIalpart arrived. He greeted
youn:g A!lee ki .ily, and having consulted his
watcl ire called upon one of his clerks, and giv
ing him two letters, bade hitm leave one of them
at tih Canal Bank and the other at the store of
Fult Blultrook.
" ('hea.r up, Jatoes." sail M3Ir. Walpart, short
ly after his clerk had left. "If I am not great
It mt-takeen, all will yet come right."
" liave' you a clue, then, to the solution of
the mystery I " asked James, as hie started for
ward and laitt his hand nervously on the mer
chant': airmt, while his eyes danced in a flood of
hoipful li ght.
I I think I have; but we must waitifor a
bho"t time, and I may then be cnablled to give
you a definite answer."
Th:- nirch:nor went about arranging some of
his papers. while tihe youth took up a pacper
.itnd ""gin to ru!n over the morning's news. At
the ain of half an hour tile clerk returned, ac
cmlpanicd by llesers. lolt & Babrook and one
of their salesmen, together with the teller of
the Canal Bank.
" Gentlemen," said Mr. Walpart, as soon as
the morning's salutations had been passed, " I
have requested your attendance here in order
to ascertainaf we may not clear Mr. Albee friom
the charge that rests against him."
" Indeed, sir" said Mr. Fort, with a real
franknesa, " no one would be more happy at
such a result than myself; but yet I must say
tha tllinc s look dark against him."
"P'rh:lt t.hey do," returned Mr. Walpart,
I' " ut nevertheless we mnay be able to throw
.cnme light uplin them. In thle first place, gen
dentin, the eircumstance of his having money
is cleir. For eight long years he has been
sayvi_ ccach qiuarter a portion of his sal'ry,
and this hie I had invested ivte n various ways,
as l can testif.l and even at the present mlo
lmen I lhll solae two thoustcId dollars of his
ioney. .Now, ir," lie continued, turning to
the LIclnk teller, '' on what iaoy did you pay that
live thousand dollars upon the forged cheek ?""
ti on thle fifteclth of last monuth."
'" llave iyu examined the hook-keelper's ac
conllts for that day, as I reqluested?"
" Yes, sir."
" And what is the result ? '
" 1 have examined the book-keeper's journal,
and I fear that I may have givenin my evidence
at Mr. Alece's examination, with too much reli
ance upon my owy n memory," returned tile teller:
' for. upon examination. I find that shortly after
the bank was opened, I paid to the checks of
felt & Blatirook eight thouii and dollars; then,
beiore that check of five thousand dollars was
ipail there are thirty-iour entrances uponi the
iuurnal, so that the latter Iust have been paid
sonice three hurlater than lhe fbrlier, and at ia
time, to.,, when there wais quite a: crowd about
mly delsk. The eight thousand I certainly paid
to Mr. Aihee, cit I have an impression nowethat
the othcr `lc 1n w as tot delivered to ]tim."
i" Mr. folt,' -'ild Mr. Wialpart, turningtothat
gentlem, " is nt that that he orning oil which
yoursclf iadl Mr. Barlook went to Batavia '
" It is." retnl'lc.cI Mr. Fllt : " and I drew out
the' eight thouc-cand to use in buyingt ui' flour."
'Now. MIr. tiusel," continued ltr. 'alpat't,
adilro-hiig til yuUc salesman who hadi accom-in
panied hit s lclathrok, " do you remember if
M' .Albee left tilhe tore that forenoon after his
emlpioyers had gone i"
" Nt until iti'tr two o'clock, sir," returned
the .young lan, wclth a ionidet a'ir, <t for I re
imemcber that hle set lhis assistant clerk to de
p3ait anul pay two Inotcs 'it the bank, because
both our emtployers had gone, and there was
coasihderable icusine-s going on."
" Now, gentlemen," said Mr. Walpart, rub
bin '.c h cs h ctd with considerablle satisfaction,
yoiu see hlow ea:y it is tor men to be mistaken.
The 1bank tller knew that he jial thirte'en
thoualnd dollars on tilhe tifteenth to thet cthc .f
Ilt . Ialthrook, and they knew that they onily
Ihet' t'ht'c]s I'or eight thuotuln. 11ie alao knew
that ho paid money to .Iamles Albee, and those
two oirculstance. both put together, look con
vincing; bti ymt yo now see thatwhen tlhul .igly
siftedl out they aiauunt to nothing, fur o .1l s.e
that it is ilnpoisible that the younig ccian colhl
hat:e 'dracwnI thie nmoney, eenll thllough le had
tirgcd the cheek, and that lIe didi tills of ciurl
there is no evidence now that the ol.er is ulp
rooted.'"
A lmoment Mr. FEhl slitoo in deep thought,
with hisi hand upnli his knit brow. clnd his elbow
resting upln. the deck. Then while his counte
nance opened to a k inid. frank look, ihe stepped
quickl 'otrwardil and seizing the handi of tihe
-uspected clerk, he said :
""]woes. I know that iyoui ir'e n,t guilty of
this crime. I hae su-ipectef'd you, for l had
ground. ; but, what Ar. it aipai t hais brought,
added t, ciIur whle' oexcnilary tile, gives back
Sin cis 't thai the ' outh attempted to
utter hsl j,,y i rlld . lit r he art iea 1 too wil d
hci and the wail rm te'i rolled in :t blindinig floo
lgrt I n tclhniicg oeyves. lie ltrne turcn o Air.
\alpart, but even then his wlords loilel him,
clio lai the sdlent ,eis:ing that rested upon hlisa
,'rttfl e' trua, was not to be mistaken.
S ir. ',awnly". said Shr. Wal'art, turning to
the bank teller. as so"n as Albee had takei his
-et, "' are you engaged this evening i
SAnd olu " hIe continued to Folt . 1Ba
brook.
" No, sic," they bot replied.
"Then I wouldt deem it an especial favor if
you "ouel sulp with me to-night as tihe A-
llouse, and iter that accompany me to mny own
dwelling, cani. i. I a!m not mistaken, you shall
then have the whole of this matter cleared up."
The geinllle~su agreed to the arrangement,
ansf after fte. Folt ontained from James an as
surance that he'woull'ceall upon him during the
dalv, they separated.
Never, perhaps, did Airs. Walpart tfeel mlore
l tatllishzed thou wrhet ht er lkusbamn returued in
the evening, in company with .James Albee
Julia, from motives of delicacy, Mr. Walpart
had requested to remain away from the sitting
,ome till he -ent for her. The lady was some
what surprised, however, when she found that
Messrs. Felt & Babrook accompanied him:
nwl when che was introduce'l to Mr. Townly,
whIom she remeomhered as having been one of
the witnesses at the examination of yoong Al
,ee, shle was, to use her own expression, " all
"truck with wonder."
Hialf ati hour passed away, dluring which the
gentlemen kept up a common-place conversa
tion, occasionally passing some remark with
lMrs. Walpart, who felt not a little flattered by
the attention of such rich men as were the two
clour merchants. At the end of that time one
of the servants announced Mr. Albert Babbing
ton. Ite was shown into the room. and though
he entered with his usual air of self-sufficiency,
yet when he became aware of the nature of the
eoml.any present, a sudden pallor overspread
hL;- st:,tures, and his hand trembled as he re
cei',id the greeting grasp of the merchants.
"A veraw foine evening, Mictaw Walpart,"
said itabbington, as ire took a seat, endeavoring
the while to colpose himself from the effects of
the -trange tremor that had seized him.
" Perhaps it is," returned Mr. Walpart, as he
t.ast upon the puppy a look of ineffabhle con
tempt, and then wheeling his chair about with
a'tslecded 4ioventent, he continued :
"tMr. Babbitgton, as business has called
these gentlemen here, yo will pardon me if I
laroceed at once to its tr nhsaction."
" O(h-aw-ah-certainly, sir," returned the
exluisite. striving to smile through his palpable
tear.
a Then, sir," said the merchant, " I will do
it in as few words as possible. On the fifteenth
of last month. a forged check, in the name of
felt & Babrook, was'presented at the teller's
'leck of the Canal Bank and cashed. Do you
know anything of the matter ?"
".tle, sir," uttered Babbington, utterly con
founded at the strangeness of the question, but
nevertheless drawing himself up with extreme
dignity--" Really, Mistaw Walpart, you are
decidedly facetious. You will hale to asksome
one else that question."
" Then, Mr. Babbington, perhaps you will
explain to me where you obtained the four
tihousand dollars that you lost in the Jockey
Club Room on the evening, of the day to which
I linave alluded "
Mrs. Walpart by this time came to a pretty
clear understanding of what the business was,
;an ais she witnessed the fearful effects of her
husband's last question upon her fashionable
friend, she found it absolutely necessary to faint.
The ltusband rang the bell for a servant, andas
his wife was being conveyed out, he gave direo
tions for the sending up of some one who was
waiting in the hall below.
" entlemen," said Mr. Walpart," there is no
tneed that I should keep you longer in the dark.
SfSw days since I received froaonunknown
-,urce--hut from some one who supposed that
the vil!'ain was working himself into the good
graces of my family-the information that Mr.
Albert Babbington was a notorious gambler,
anil that on the fifteenth of last month he had
lost over four thousand dollars at one sitting.
At once the ideaof this forgery flashed upon me,
and-"
" Its a lie! a base, cowardly lie !" exclaimed
the acouseed man, as he started from his seat.
" Never mind," quietly returned Mr. Wal
part. " There are some who will help us."
As lie spoke, two policemen, followed by a
r:kishly dressed youth, entered the room.
'That's the fellow who presented the check!"
uttered Mr. Townly, as his eyes rested upon the
boy.
-o hle has already confessed," said Mr. Wal
part, and then turning to the youth, he con
tinued :
Now, tell us, sir, who gave you the check,
and to whom you delivered the money."
" That man, sir!" he said, pointing to Mir. '
Albert Babbington.
"Tou can take him in charge, and I will ap
pear before the proper tribunal in the morning,"
said Mr. Walpart, qddressing the policemen.
Balbbington swore terribly, but it availed him
nought, and in a few moments he was in safe
custoly, and on his way to the " Tombs."
It took but a few words from Mr. Walpart to
explain hiow he had received the anonymous
note, he went to the club room and sifted the
matter out-how he found the youth who had t
presented the check, and how he had contrived
to entrap the real scamp without exciting his I
suspicions. Messrs. Felt & Babrook humbly t
hegged the young clerk's pardon for the unjust e
suspicions they had against him, and they urged t
himi to return to their employ; but Mr. Walpart
i iformed them Mr. Albee was going into business
with himself, and after renewed pledges of mu- r
tual friendship, Messrs. Folt & Babrook, and
Mr. Townly took their leave, and as soon as
they were gone the old merchant rang for his
daughter.
" There, Julia," said tite happy father, as he
took the fair girl's hand, "James stands nobly
clear of every taint of dishonor, and while he
and myself enter into a partnership for busi
ness. you and he may make such arrangements
ioer your own course as you see fit."
As the old man spoke, he took the hand of the
youth and placed within it that ofhis daughter,
and after he had done so a fervent " God bless
you " tell from his lips.
At that moment the world affordednothoughts
of sorrow to those young hearts; but as they
wept for joy upon each other's neck all was
bright and unclouded heaven about them.
Mr. Albert Babbington was duly convicted of
the throery. and he is even now laboring within
the walls of the prison in expiation of his crime,
while Mrs. Waltoart has resolved henceforth to
look deeper for the true man thai upon the
mlere surlce of fashionable life; and trust
rather more to hert' husband's good judgment
for the future.
Joerigtn tlisertlanl.
Th it tters from touen state that the market for man
ufrctu,,rs had become maore actie. There had been at
rlh alteration in prices, bht the favorable result of the fair
at Beaucaire had induced boyer teo operate with greater
freoedooo.
The Orst tfo large screw steamers. at profets't buihling
at Dmlbarton. for the Messrs. BuorS. snlt intended to
run bn ew hagrs aud NEwYook. ares to be called the
Andto and the Alops.
'Thb flrot vrdumo of a ne'w work on Amerihca hlb.juot
I-out t., pru- inlootokh'lno. It is "Skth,,O-b of'a Tourin
th Mol'ited lState. -y 1'. A. Sijot'troolll : nlid tirestlyt
, ,;ln I te a u eXalllllltir o(f bIt o loth sy e tl ill that
,"u.'t tttt. M1 Siljestrom was -tit out lay the Swedish gee
, a1111 l: n (, mlllake? ml)iluirieo na thoi weighty lpoint. d aill
A, Hu. , ii illyn l ,ol pag,- is tho, resut arlruudilg ill in
p ., " , a t til o-t valuable kind and fatr surpass-Iug
Stiot o t or lltlen bolok otn the soiubo:e..
'l'ht, ,'oatn-i o'f \ctlilly..ex-tllen of the Fresoh. has
0 0t o, 0tho-e, of the l';artoft tl-'nroy. for the b'm of
t:: i .¢lrellls hoelos. Twiotsettuam. tormerlty the resi
, I ic,, t' lr tite royal husbanod.
'Ir W'o. Sheridan Smith. an American gentleman. has
:ii,.,n I I1'o " illoe' Tt'-oatrs for a limited sieason. The le
_L;nrlit't, ehlll ., Wi o hoe oh the principal attraction. in
\o hI; t o r. Mol(anll tltcllan :alld Mrs. Abbot. troml the
(I, a:, in thlo Utiitod States. eerss ooaoonced to sustain
th' he:,fhng ciharaeters.
'1'T,, .i',,oot'r from Mitdrid still speak of the expected
...1o' .ta, a hioh tohere is new reasolt to btlieve wil be at
to'optod duritg the reitdnoec of the 'ourt at La Granga.
T'he 5 co to aly authorities howevCor: say lthey wiliput down
Auo.thr ottestllt was nltodo . i few day, sionee. at the
Ilipltootr-ml. . Pare. to solve theo probrm of stttring bal
bl,t;- A hbliol,au in shape like a wbale, W tildled with
gl- a"lldb altteptl ,t it be guided by myeans of a loaft of
'i.a t: suls"pendd lsi....oott...lly, with at sil caitthe d. .to.
~a'.a ruddeTr. o oI this haft wao s atxedr a platsfrmn.
it ioa ,tels l oainfnt olf tour.horse power, working a screw
with t hre t,.rlmindl pIaddhls, likeb three eails of a wiaodmill.
T"h,. I,.'·riulnll t was made in pl'eselloe of several scientifir
lThbs pr'''-- T" cuttinlg th,' Ktiioor disaond id goIrlo
ol .aCes--oUlii. blnt is expected t, be at work otf lant
lt.v r. Ititthie. of Ltoagforgau. Scotlbad. and lev
Osr Stchertand. otf Dingwall, are appoibttd by thle Coo
I.sottoomitteeo of the Church of t b otlaod, to visit tht
coilgre-gatioos of that communion in the British American
provinees.
Accouults received fromt Scotland ando the North of Eag
bolo. of th prospectot of the harbst. arc extrtemely favor
able. Ilay has been as arveragu crop. Wheat looks well
aud will soon ba ready for the rickle. Barley is partiall)
cut. and is above the average. Potsatoe. though failed in
hcslities., are abate a an verage'. Bleas are deficient i,
ptoll - plasI . From the South of Englasd and Ireland
fo-a tille acooutso are also received.
Tite Norwegiian cammereial fleet has incrssed 107 ships.
,lult to 2ofl.o too'. ,inee 1850.
te learnt frotm Madeira that the wine growers are much
alaont.d by tbhso alol0pcraue of blight among the viners.
A Iiungarian gentleman, who arrived in this
euntry with Ktossuth. and ow lives in NewYork, say
It very well recollects that the brothers kupitski mad,.
tol t.le ivss remarkable durinsg the year 1846 in the blood:
-elo.oltires perpetrated upon lhb Polish noblemen by th,
p-asantryl during the insurrectios , to which thtey were i
I sgated hy the hAtriaan Governwmet
omethinu for verwty *Iy.
choee your wife by yea ears rather tha
yrr eye
Antexpert farmer down liet has u leeded is
a..ny a colt fma the a night eore.'"
Trying to the patience: P M a wood
egged man to have ,5 Mf given to 055less 5
lt i. estimated that there are 1 thonsnd
pdaat s of ospim unueally rettiled in 1l. e 'Tl .
A drglsn f fellow, the oth do ,shost a hole
througlifrlendls hat. on as bger. at
A Boston paper advocates covernag t e
,f the State House iwthat city with gid.
The whigs of PennsylvanI are to hold a grand
meeting at Ilarrisberg on the oeh inst.
There are 4041 muscles iio' caterpillar; at
.a., write.. ay. We naer. took palns to teunt them.
Why would you suppose fh.s d a great deal
of weighing Because they e elee.
A company of " Americs' iopian Serenai
.r'" are griing eoncerts at Calutth Indta.
Mrs. Jane Bass wife of the comedian, Chas.
nses, died at j t. last week.
A boy and g~, aged respectively 13 and 14,
ere marred n tc wceek at Cincinnati.
Macasly, the historian, has been elected to ,
the British Parltamwlfrom the city of LSla.l~ g.
Walter Scott speaks of this worldae an " ad
mirable compound of foUy and knavery."
Twelve children of the Crows, Black Feet
hbisne Indians have arrived at St. LoOls, to be~
civilised society.
Mr. Webster returned to Washington on the
:thinst. from hviit ito Massaehusetts. Doubt.tes the
price of sth will he effeted by this uintengee. o'
Wanted in England: A few Yankee sailors
to 'ail the Yacht AmerA s-tlhe Engesh tars t knasmg
t,'a to manage her.
Somebody says there are two kinds of family
jsa: i:.to one you at your eweetieats. and ito the
other you must pt---our root.
It is said that sine the burning of the Helnr
,lay. the daily receipts of te HtudsonfIver Rlorad
C:ompany have been inoreaset $lt.
There are eighty-th re resident s
the Protestat Episcopal Church In the rcty ti4
sod twenty in Brooklyn.
Levi Buckingham, or., a pioneer e3)Ohio, died
a few days ogo. beer Cinecinati. en a fart pwkasd
is 1787. for -:,. cens an acre. now worths pee ees.
The Boston Courier reiterates its doubt that
the liquor taw cannot be enforced either Ibn Rhode Island
or tlaaehusetts. Considerable resistance lnasd.
A prize fight, for $100 a side, took place on
to ey, the th inst.. about 6 o'cloek. t miles above Phl
odeiphia. between two pegilists, Shearer d Himes.
Shearer wat the victor.
GeneralEdney, of Noith Carolina, a delegate
umthtele Baltimore Whig C lovention. i d . has
Ibee nominated to the Senate us Charge d'Affaires to
s;nstemala.
Thomas Wych, recently arrestedin Brooklyn,
for the robbery of $200 worth of saverpiate at the Mun
treat fire hs been recognized as one of the prinepal in.
eendiareis.
A young lady in the interior thinks of going
to California to get oaled, ffe teaseon that she .a
nls totd that in that eno the men folks rock the
The Queen of Englandhad recency a very nar
usw escape from inttant dat, while vsking in Hyde
'ark. A largebeam of wrdtl from some of the build
,ng. very near hsr Majesty;.
Great efforts are making to increase the sals
ie, of all uhoedinate officere in Washington. The rsg
ment is the great Increase of expeses in the Federal Cap
ital above what they were when the min5es e U ed.
The line of telegraph wires between Halifax
andt iuebec Is now In coumpote Wreking ortes The Hose
betrween Richmond ad n Lyuhblg, VY, as wentinto
operatimon a few days ago. when a dispateh ar received
from NewOrolen,.
On Friday the 6th, at Medina, N. Y., during
; violent storm, a dwelnoig house wat carried away with
the Inmates. Two of them. children, were drowned. o05
woman was roesued, muchb sed. but not eriously in
rred.
The Portland (Me.) Advertiser speaks of a
pie-alo from Portland of six hundred pealsa. alenn
rI ra, whicl recently left Portland in the motn& n eate
Ose day at the White Mountaihs, ant ret.a.ned tin the
:oening.
The Grant County Herald says that a tle
u.an has recently .commeneed the cultsure of tobaee in
it. tInterior of Richmond county. Wis. He smnfaetured
durio the year past. and has now in proes of ma iae.
ture. about 14.000 the.
A Fretechmanolicitingrelief said very grave
ly to his fair hearer : ' a'kmselle. I never beg bu- 5
have con rwife rid seeral small famiy dat Is gel
l.Ige. and nomlOg tO make deir breadus o fut ba
-piratton of my own eyebrows.
The Supreme Court of NewHampshire has
bcelded that the paage of letters between unmariesd
,arttes--Ladtes and gentleme--is equivalent to narom
L-.e of-merriase. We'sihall reef our selestotfee. Noi
ore business,by letter, with the ladies. [Boston Bea.
Mr. James3Beckh , of Culpepper, as
:t tacked by une of hits , and eatly h
.few days ago. Durig thse ee i e. it il . in
t:ioted a wound on t oe s the ne0 .,wl prpket
Thife. which ase caused hi b deatc,.
Among the rs on board the steamer
.blhnarcoe. whieh salt from NewYork on Monday, the
tih inst, for Halifax uand Quebec. sesr Aehblshop Hgshes
n stud Rev. Bishop Timon. The new steamer Petrel left
e he eame time with the Albatrss, fr Bermuda.
The English yacht Arrow, which recently
beat the yacht America. may, tin ia esentilal respects, be
cnsidcred an American boat. She ras altered after the
model of that vessel ao nearly as possible. Some of the
e sppers isotst that TYkesaioilcers could have won the
555e.
The late Judge De Veaux, of Niagara Falls,
,lit a provisioe in his will appropriating the bulk of his
property. amounstng to some $200,000, forthe estbllth
uent and endowmentof ean educational Institution at
\lount Eagle, a point on the river abouttbhreenlmillbelow
thie Falls.
The Dutch and Belgian Governmenta have
',onoluded a railway oovenetiou by whiech a jntion line
fterom Antwerp to Rotterdam wil connect the systema.
The Bavarian Governmenthua graeted a milliot aid a
half florins to the Palatinate Company. to complete the
line from LudWigsberger to Wittemboo.g.
A 'correspondent writes that he is ready to
uame chlldren for a smal remuneration. He is. hbenyn.
tell acquainted with the clasics, has a thorough appre
ciation of poetry and music, and hence will guarantee
., give none other than smooth and harmoniout appella.
lions to the ohildrenof parents who may favor him with
their patronage.
A company has been formed in London under
the nome of the Eastern Ocean Navigation Company, to
Ci-tabliob a line of first class steamships between Engiand
acdCalcutta. via the Cope of (Good Hope. "3,I Soatemo
plated to build them of iron and very nrgC.wan mateh
Itrger than the Great Britain as the Great BtrltasiM wa
beyond other ships when launched.
A gray-haired old huckster et,
says the Cincinnati Commerstal, a
through most of his ronspaigns, thatded.
HIe has.bno wounded eight lanest
moertlly. Whatismilitaey giory It ia
bread. Llke ta rest of the hnnan rate, be must toil on,
until that pke. tq'f the soul's eternal rest.
Pio Nine l boi'to present a handsome tes
tinmnoia to the foreiet'epresentatites who shared tibre
tireomeot at Greta whilst the repubtioana wielded the eu
prme power at Rome. Eah of the diplomtattat is to re
ceive a splendid medal, bearing on one sids a view or the
t" rtress of Greta. and on the other nu inscription addreas
ed t the minister by name, thanking him for higmeal
support, etc.
The attempt to restrict the negroes from e
orcisiog thelargest liberty in strolling the streets of Wash
iogon. afeteren o'cloek at night, is about to be put to a
hair test. A free colored man. a barber, nar Brownn' Hoe
tel. has volunteered to make the issue, in behalf of his
-peoies. lie placed himself in the hands of theeansrs,
e.mployed counsel. and the case will conn Up 440 next
meeting of the Cireuit Court.
A Colored People's Mass Convention, for the
State of Ohio, has been summoned to meet at Clevelan
'n the eighth and ninth of September. to consider mea
sures for the eduoatiou and elevation of the free colored
people. and to choose delegates to a National Conventiot
''f the free colored race in the United States, which is ex
I'ete d to meet in the approaching autumn. but for what
ieurpou e is not htated.
Scene: A library--a gentleman deeply en
.atged in study--o d it lady. pretending to knit. is per
'lsexitg him with her questions. Lady (in the dandling
atlctioacte style)-Ma deaoh correctly spelakng what in
, deatist .i Gent. (short. sharp, and rather croes)-Den
ti-t is derived from deat ; Freoh, the teeth. Dentist is a
wn who pulls teeth out. Lady (alter limtting once
around, in order togive the gent. nime to eeome lm
ttersed in his book aain)-hMa deah ! you aid thismotn
lug that professor Musty want great linguist. Isnotitn
1tist derived from the Latin ioges, a tonguot Gant.
(tartly)-Yes. Lady-Well. then, Is alinguit a man who
'ulis tongues out . Gent. (very decidedly)-No, Madnm,
Lt I wish to Hleaven he did ! [Exit lady in sa huff.
A Western Lothario thus " pours out his soul
it song '1 to the mistress of his laffections. It isn't ecry
'lty oe .omes across such heart-rending and pathet.o
Methought my heart a roasting lay
On Cupid's kitehen-spit;
M[ethotght he stole thy heart away,
.ndtdustck it nexiio it
Mlethought my heart began to melt.
And thine to fat and gravy run.
Till both a glow congenial felt.
dui metled into ate !t
Then melted into grease we eprea.,
All into gravy ra, .
And Cupid ate ts both with tnead
Stt.ted up within the ;ntt !
The Academy of Sietences in Pies t est the
blest of its membets in the p. o"' .,
.oger, the mineralogist, who has da4dg, . 'iL a
Norway has also been deprived of"atinee b.r.r
cicieto ant. Dr. Nils Wealfaheg, aged 67. iDvt
.a formerly keeper of the 'elcho or tit t 3gd(tt
fotunded two of the earliest daily papers m pnbahlife.
the Iorgenbhladet and the Tider, both whib still exist.
toiruvsv OF Wears eo Ceonano.-F1 tlp
words is the history of trade and commerce. our very
apparel lI a dictionary. hobayonet tell us that Itwa
hfirst made at llayonne ; cambrie that they eams from
Cambray ; damask fromn Damscu ; arras from the city
of the same name ; cordwain, o ototdova from Cordoa:
t trraots from Corinth; the guinea, that was originally
it oined of gold brought from the A.riSan ctt, so called
- csmlot, that it was wovens at slta-in part. of smmei'o
i. hair. Suchhasbeen the1atnufascttng proges sthatwe
I cc anud then send calicoes aud muslln to Idiai und the
SEcat ; yet the wordn give standing witnees that we once
imported them thence : for calio is from Ca.nlt and mas
tin lroo bloon0: atity in isiatio TIrkey.

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