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WAMJ0WHITE, No. 73 Baronne street,
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KEGROE WANTED-Fifteen eotwenty ood
wtn0,?6itw ,nfa the J.p.e 1l Iu kd V
&ow1$ TIIPUASOe. MACKEY1 a Wo
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Rtch's Safes UJnrivsaledl.
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Mo.... STEARNS Q MtARTIN. BoNE...n b Rlb0 Co., N,. 141
water 10.b, NewYork: .IboISIt is.. greLat p11 1,n we t
here to infrnoyon hatat te ggrrrn rohihc nmumed oar stare en
three ashn. alq te lay" d s wrbwn oodpnpenIn ev
ofym BLAIAD AF pureluad from yor ogee, t Charts!
Ml, MI. I. M. lIabO. Tb. 11010.wen is of .01S pin psd.lb.
W, MI truy -.0I1. Thb cRowd F,,I Sb.cidi 10.i1.an1e1
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dddd the Sof perfec.. w1t lab.i A Ib.16 wlui stne hem i
Wn ehlmap epeepen ext mW toW tIImothl OMSa t TI`" .E.
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is CO.'S 511 b rock, erelstl wb· t G mveiaar thal is {
ALAN iamend ay rmog~tlca nptesentd b b· SIMS, omtsftd its
p teuu to eithter of the eoot irt area in P.Ow V(.O,
driirtbq alb; Watatpkq Afs. Rodneyyh, b n oa,_a el
RUCTION OF PRICES) benr yI pllplo ll to tb. value olobh a
ehnble Repositorry for books, pnpen jewlry, anru,·d W er smell
but ,,sb,,bA.,rll. Tb. .,A.riibl, .10. 11110lb.. is .= ollb.
bmifsA.O,,..l, fa.sIN.,salea ,n c01ck end g IoNO.ad lso l RICO
6a C.' SAL.AMANSERNSAFES end ilprepand op . lby ltb.e
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.tibI tSnt .ntiOA oo.,..ns re s place iv the .b.'l.. or01r01 r1 ..
S..bocce. ISAAC BRIUE,
seppo ds Wtf 99 hygesia LIasf
JJ"orki's Safe Company.
TI HE attention of the pshbic is called te the
1 Sti7Nls ER0111iorhPI thenlb b.,.hlllotben. Our Bal
. re1tnd11. oniNARnl nFw er,. WeI b at form r Ne orra
·traogiyymade fom wrorwlht treeplst-qU10d aromdwrhiehrc wow.
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.loll heirglr orremo. ith pa Ina elmt Bsa was nsuind a
.mthet'ntogethlr. Ne~therebvthebamtvg el~msot mke ld mps.
kmn oethe slid maseilind a I(L wth a "w all,.LI.
We h··iul at in nrln.. Uut hese Sles, reond wttb N BAPS
DIPISE DRILL AND POWDIER PROOF LOBINf IOOATON BANS
LOCKS ...IbeIt.lbnulp Fll1 dBIl.tforINlIIISW Itb.FI.lI.
bjoa. theafurther, Wen is atlit o rthe ac1=
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WIRKVA SIRS. e II r NIIINIHOI INI1Sg0IM bNS.BINS"lif
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OUGH AND READY LINE
OF OSINISlBIB-NW RCE.-On
t edrta Obbr we rlllesrnmcs s H aw ue,
RIIIIN f11m teb corner of Caonl asd Cb.II.srio nM thl. cIerIF OI
P unrltu nd Rspiada sleetvisianG tns,. Bid Omnibanr will
L100.hAI SalOIRIS.Ob iRA Rpand oR.Otl....IIel.b. MB
time the Rapttet stree Grri-P. a e d% UI be between We quarte
6ovqsae ollows
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bylMblganb. NII.lB llsb INImplb of be .rivenRSBil e II I.
a ,,king the nuber on te door o the Otalbi adwrdlarartt I a, it i
ar ni a t doattorauy is ·oh. -.oa ril eiaiutitn
b it. to dil these whootar am aol oitththeir patronage
.OB y J.B.1.AWRIN tCO.
TARIETES SfiBLE$ e
LOOieies Tefa.TMACE'.- LOD OLR
esn hG druBtdit o :ran~c u aa sa
b his frfede M ftesties theynosy ngdr II We Way ofBUGGYP
RIDINGI. Fret Uf moq l willhsawltet iI too-omrine
LADY 58ACL r LA~tDnYý BUFFOLht
DANC R{CE NOD lORTEII,
05B W E E TRUE
OSEY LO LPNB
JAEK DANESSDC SOB L,
A lnd, 0.aditionto the abov 51100 We LS 'lemfn the omtri.
app, if JOHN AL~LEN, Propdsta;
EMOVED to the new stores on the Bottore,
o` como Omvir, New ru~n end Blton ers.- H L. STONEs
n inoOd~loto eher atak, 1mwmiig rmkp q
WBT0 OzeudID 1
LMCON BYOEP-4m
BTPES CE POPPEIUODNT-SOWbE,100
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S~kR~I New HI--LW i
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PORTER--1 ru coke ti P ink a·nd It., i
SHOT-dOktp.E.tdi
CIDER-e0 re ENCCh NOS.e
SUESIE...OId[JOP. Cehhl, d P~odered;
StEVE OIL-400
CASTILE SOAP-00sO M.E iue;
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Ttlek*MPgive teeef j
neula u e erll +e
, fthq eelin statebl 8 mfelin oteld Oloueth er
C .l4 hbfesdeoreiitzIty, paiodhlaann
to unlesdllwp statef ellug in the r:; Idn . ul
- eeim.fir hee As nres .,
-, eei9ipbeundjqeemegtbeideing*be
rett'ad tobetieor M1 iii nA ileebltite ho
Lis eto es ", . , - - . .
reeived aeeenletter u red by Ihe-,eeee en, 1and
lbe-Ndc (a**wa9·u eibyI-RR4t W.; etsedee
reooemnendleeg endelaabajdentheir pianesfr em..
porteg Lios for ther.oeeldeney. The letter will be pub
srlmbed eeosfew ays.
Mueenxrekobarog Octeber ltr-Twer of losruaoewse
m enrdsetd Iaaenl~e . aXt te mut of Old lirer,, by, a
man Pughe murd. Therer Ie.etitllt large, and
- hoe peor gane dpwlb .er. ,Ee.Pi'e.
Rnvana N . W e take a few items of river newe from
the Leonille Oouler of the 7th-inf: 1.
The Jiohn SimpsOn, from SI Lih, reporta the new a
Steamer Golden Gate hard aground at Hurrieane Ilaed.
The new, steamer emphe wu agroundithe caunal
last evenindg, "which was a teaue of detention to a doen I
more batSi. '
The John Simpson, has been ldl up, and will undergo
some nceary repairs
The Pierce .stalk that broke into the John Simpson's a
pantry, the other da in the Mimleippi, was guilty of t
rearying off the greater portion of her plates, teps end -t
acere, dishes end such like. .
The Pike andtlie G. W. Sparkawk started to Cioeln
.-..tnaietda~tiuop.fellitn beach other. The Pike is
ther;ohpden t impead-on, tao h eorNenear ltlt: a
| wdehta p e her.T~ mosp inn a la.Cpain, ieath~wag
teom.:·-*.
e petall at m the pttd, "de he boat nd an.t
raeci nn keils, t
aremnen To atue Dtr.-eWelebrn frn thaelomerne
Got John ilmpson that the Doev, heats for NewOeleans,
enn a stump or log. or Pierre steik. below O atentbor,
rhiekrenth ed fieer to sprig a teak. Captain Smith with
great promptitude. landed the boat and discharged the
cargo, therteby savag it from damage. She entered a
protesti, and aba.doniag her trip, wilt eturn to dock to
repair.
SIL. D. Bacon, is slatid is broken in two, and to
efforts will be made to raie ier. The acklnery can be
eared. _ _ _ _
Te teaoo oIreeOo I olo tn NEw OLE.ngee.- Ion,"of
the Baltimore Bun, writing from Washington, ays: "The
publiU meeting latfly held in NewOrleans, on the seaject
of the outrages on Amerlea~ commerce at Hmavan, is the
beglnnig of a strong Anti-Cubnh movement. The bhl
Lt now set in motion, and it is not likely to stop short of a
collision between the United States and Spain, or a revo
lution in Cnub. aided by the citizens f the Unied States.
A free commercial intercourse with Cubals not to be
checkeda: and yet t cannot be continued without daily
collsiona witththe Spanish attkortiese of Cnub. Commer
cial interoourse with the United States isinconsistent with
the existence of Spanish power In Cubs. The two thinge
cannot longer co-eist.',
Msonoe DOAtoE's TRIAL.-The ouoselt for the presenting
Bihhops in this case, are Richard S. Coxor BEq., of Wash
ington. and Mr. Daris, of Baltimore.
iStnltiso offered by Bishop MoCohkey. werer to have
been dOusse by the Court on Monday, the 11th, propo
sing to defer the trill of the now pnseuntment against
Bishoop Aoas untlltaftr the meeting of the Convention of
the diooese of New Jersey, and to dismiss tho olDreasrnt
ment, on the ground that the Now Jersey ronrvention had,
at its last session. deolared them not proved. The Now
Yorh Times says the following eoone occurred before the
Court on Frlday, the Sth4nsU:t
When it was determined by the ourt to remove to"
Burlington, Bishop Burges hoped that no members of the
Court would suffer themselves to be the guests of the an
ooused Bishop. Bishop Doano immediately said that he
presumed his Right Re. BrotherO, when making the re
darbk, could not. have remembered that he (Bishop Doane)
was the guest of Bishop Onderdoak during his trial.
Bishop Bnurgess replied that he hadit in hlsmind at the
moment. Whereupon, Bishop Doane rejoilsid that ho
could not. under uouh cleumotancrs, but conusder the
remark 's a groi outraged insult, such he would
not say no Christian Bishop, and no Ohristan gentleman,
bUt no rr could losten to without indignution-that he
could. therefore, have nothing fqrther to say to Bishop
Burgess.
Movenrnseo . nr. coror.-S.eotusky, Ohio, Oetober 9.
Oen. Scott left Timd this moralng after sddressing the
people who crowded around the oars. e expressed him
self s greatly fatigued, and thanked God for the instltu
tLon of the Sabbath, whtich on the morrow would be to
him a welcome day of eest. Throughout theentire route
to Sandusky he was greeted by the same demonstration
of enthulasm which had heretofore bcharoterised his
roeptions.
At Sandusky a large concouras was gathered together
despite the rain. lon. E Cook welcomred Scott to the
city of the Lakes, after which he wue escorted by a mili
tary and firemen's proeeion to the Exchange lHotel,
where a public dinner had been provided. At night on
rese were kindled-and muceh enthuslasm was diplayed,
though the sint fitlin torentsa.
T~u U. 8. BToor Foo uS BSaUqUEav NA.--A lette froh
Mr. Franens Merritt, of Batlinore, attaohed to the U. 8.
rMtnm frigate Busquehanna, lying at Canton river, COhna,
,th iJly says : '.Our steamer is Improving every day.
We went from Amoy to Houg Kong--over 850 milos-n
the short space of twenty-six house; In.tfat, webeat
ilmost everythlpg up here." The letter fOrther sayeI
they have te , iten J.paues oboatd *who wnre pioked
up by a wltle bpet, taiap to OCalforn, A , laent, to the
last Indiea in the U. . ahip St. Mary. TheaBsqueha$p a
had been waiting for tbhre months ftb odettoproceed to
Japan. Md6t oitheorew of the S.o ha. i boa ad been
laid up e.lohe weather belng ve'y warm and theo li
mate slokly.
Ton Ir Gs.--The eoenet gale wgatblt very eveely
at Wilmington, N. U. It commenoed about midnight on
Saturday, the 9th, from the southeast, and continuel till
Sunday at noon, after which the wind changed to the
went and northwest. A oonsiderable quantityof rein also
fell during its continuanoe. Tres and ifenoea ore blown
down, two diats woere ck, nd the wharves were some
what ijured. We regatUlkaiwl to learn from the Tri
WUeeklyomerOlal that ievere damage was O edtbereby
to t4l crop on the river.
usitncasomer 8su.asao-The Otonuatt Codtlieitail
of the 8th mays; About two o'olock on yenterdu mor
ing, Mr. Jacob Swan, the Sexton of the new olty *ardsl
lropq¢ ,. weed bya ada io hi euploy, ad tolt
tbi. ~a Omo.p wa in thegas yard andepagad ta~g
Stg 8ppbodiep. Mr. S,t u lhstgoaa,went oeatoiI8W
ttoee pesoa,caO of whom advreel tortr r ic
.>cnithd hiahsad0 band. S. lp'isy1.ed *)S Isaa
'fired with so modn ccuattg cuter'* kill tht ha .ypi
cad hie tent49p 11 oJc19 ata tRdUN
ss
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taoso ast
' .--amt Tab Ltow
with gty hot.
orr
jgscRinqaasf. j
h ·gwnat 'ý' ziat3ý
Ax Auatka an Heroug, emh.BMw-=At': Iiifl*
ca-d Fred. I. r-keh moiyian ' Hoax
4oe~mm~tglvho *rda$.ýest*~id*. gh~ijs
.xteIedAv~&Wy. A, se ob3Id*OS
rutlienu ioreae eeia~~~~
Eanrer. Hefrwa prsious toErfWr 1U piiiMIM
tcp t1Se tdh ri tm4natoffenx
return.4 60 0"amtia p$,ý eat4ý ^r*
Isasid to hrawaoimIbwtot W ecuuitut t.'
Phiadgphia a b 17the Y75b37dtlj
kavish eapendleur o ny I~i . !°,
suplcion of the poll4, andwaamrrgpt.4oai'e :
Auguutn d detasim~na toln not. baingal<th tonadoOdLt
aallfatorly for therifbowiong uout'of mvq anudlder
olo OiU(uada hiB pogoepsion: iwogold llO tt fI lPt~
one go4$ll) pl· e o ; tweutytkwogod ,i" p 6 to
dyer coin ;-two gold watche., with olddhaogdl whla:at;
brosoplo;. pe gold tootlop ip; uei gol-Aeiieaeat;
pairgold ov.elnago, moldl~wo~h; twopatonito,-aMF
full e tof wrin aad8 birot. ·hio , wliteh jd*
oltthe ideora. Lldrobibijr the
wearog those detestable woDion Wid i% P IWiM" i
moet frightfib extent.' At Santag's unonert -waui. U
el good looking tlaien with these queer looklg things
on their hb.d, with the Uttle l, whlih answerfor ta
sels bobbing about their faces We wish to say one
thing to the ladies who are about adopting this most in
wropriate and ridicolous fashion. Thew thi were
worn a long time ago, by ladies, in ratra.d ears, for pro
ttloe agsinst the eold-bu.t as;rnam ntal, to be warn
intheoonert rn m or theatre, they aM absed. If a
lady chooses to substitute them for- hood, to gdng tok
concert,t ls vey wedl-but It'abould be Imbedoately
taken offon enterng. Th remark applns to our AmOl
ean fashion of wearing open cloaks. An opes a etak is ta
cloak to go to the opeca il, 0ot to wear at theopsa. -It
is essentially an out-door garment, atd ought to be laid
ide upon entering the house. At ay , we hope to
see no more of the Boston woolentidtes in pubtlo.
IIoo.s. o Trc Doan or Wun.uanxo(.i-,& ac 'd
meeting of the British residents Nf was~iy on
Saturday the itbast., t othe Brittsh. olua nu t, todgeis
snUltablmecasuree of respeet tothb ueactryt the Tqd
of weli togon. It was reoomme.d4dcto Brith ietldeut
to war the ucual emblems of mocanl until the dae
hereafter to be appoldted fi the obsequies of the Duke.
Thoeeotor of Trinity Churoh wasalo'sequeated to permlt
thadeltvery of afneral sermon no the atecrnoon. the
dy of the funeral in London.
orexterra Doe xo Aeauoeela-A ltter dated Caraorae
Aug. 27, oys:
"The American Charge, Mr. BSleel, has bee hrenernf.
for the liquidation of 0lolms due to Amerloo -ittoede
itbh but poor ueer.- Tha prneoipal imnp ment: hbte
way is the claiMgmhe urge fotdemnity orthor u shave
captured by American oreluso dieeg the Clt _.blan
revolutionary struaggle.-thrOotf wore the Grortredfa
La Medea and Saa Joe. They were- Portoree Vessels
and were csptured by teedmser witing under letters of
marque granted by the Banda Oriental. Itb alleg.t by
the Veneruelan Government that the oapture ol these
esels was an aset of piracy. as the United States were at
the time at peace with Portugal and that the Ameriean
osmmandests violated the laws ofeeufelity."
RacE or CLwtroe. r-m o Oeror.-A ,Ltyrrpoot,fafee
oayes
Groat interest habeoen excialted from th, fain:tdtatoe
of the moat oeoehrsted elippersa, tWo lgiteh.and-three
Amerisn, are now on the way to thpot:ul anothe.port
of London, with uroes o tea. Though timei of st.'..,
tag differ, there will be 0pportualtys mdllottffordedfeol
teeting the rspeotir merits aUl queritle of the o.that
The Chrysolite, for Livrpoot pand tohe St.etaway; for
London, both Efggtshhateot noe te4tlqJ %fjpe.,,
Sorprise and the C haf ihLO eByaieM ee,%9t
ttorse, for LierparoklluyW aadh not a w wgaIebdi
the toonit. * `, ._
A Ih~oYa0oo Co oonjoiioo.-lfodao EmL t" BElaool
autti the pipil~r;Aao A lopn ioyllot, who is now giving s
series of eotnoaosi ttfoot, top eoetntly forwarded to
Woahtogtonooltyfttosoo of lAve tuodreoand ltree dot
to., the n0t prsonods of, on. of her muobpl ontool4.
ment in that r-oof:SBtote, a doontlon towards tho
erooto of the Washionton Nttontl Monument.
S1t.*41o or Buoi.o.-.Douroto Sepltmber 1those wa0
763 detbhs tn Bnlato; 432 vere from Ohm ooto. Dlstl
tbnubt three months tUser were 1l4ft dlth is.tho olty,
of wbt'nnmber 851 wore from Cholera.
Pouic ceoOuol,-Ie. W r, ,1Paly 148 public exeun.
tlons took place in 44 year up tol 1848, mong 0,000,000 f
inbhbitant.,owhle ainiglsnd'and Wales, isnan average
populationoeabout oo000,eoo, in l.estthman 4 yena thne
number steneas of death which were aptunl exe-b
outed, amouated to 268,.
Bsavocn Ir ,omr.--A pegro man was oeaght asp
hungin Fayette county, Tennesoee, recently Tor attempt
ilg to outrage the peon of a rupoptable white lady,
Thel Bod of Helth, of berletoa, reported rved
from yellow flever for the twenty-four hgas e.iqng)
nine o'olock on the morning of the 18th ltnl.
A COas or Ooeaiciqe.-Tbh Seertarty of the TrecAw
has rectreo an anoeymoun letter contntali u 1pi wt
the requiat to place is to the I. 8. Treaey.,
A neWW teasmr to h called ..oA sl al..t ... .
contrucoted at NewYrek to ran IR nonnotlot wl*,
Mavncoal. ".v_____
f' Mcomonca lhadea.-Tihe, baek` Whitsl' ti
t .tpm, forxobia putinto paillth ll 9, tb4Utla0
t al Tolaotog beat ?.AIPat9Im.* t+ P9 R
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In h ing, b elped to 'ome rOast turkef t a"
"hot, , nliahmanas ao mnh, plannd .. th
of the d4realmg tliathe oataillr eo tee
pD'7.Idnaluovwls.p glvema'lebt hiwi
pttingb. aalinah aIxaki
A eooolet o1eatct of qt'he* Ul ar4jo'
Ipoudoac. otf Napotlsi 4Wbgg bi~n#k.& ir4dMI
Rio it Umlit wll., iti Ika .zp.4s~iatt~t tubygl~j
flu mkit. Iilate le pia o dl. a ! .
Speakding of an aiderly gethifall. a10
otesromarked that 'In bhat old ma I deprive f. h ip
'rightful dums ftt ha barn failed, to teank anaup~a
crnkle o him igiw." A. wag r000t'aadig4Iti ot~u
tiamantuooldnkdaiaU when-be.died,
always madeitasoakto g -tVeh'td'fdrolbin . s ,..
First boy-" $ay gbrhed o ya-p
em?" Seconboithy-" O ,m ab ayuý and
st;- so lhfirib
Moya. m oaga wN+r:
A uIsarou*; oboarobng thatboahr ýIýhei¶p'
lonpgd the churoh? No," oh. wpliht, up t
A tetobor. in a M~a n obooLk ýwa 6
aoluofllttle
In the foromrotl
dbauadama k, geeon
~onu roiromo, Going Loiteo
t front of a
.: ;'laid-conaetith labiooiyo to aootytjta~r', in
I hod otyaely, " what' 7 ai tboati o ao
ot hog o·b sbl Ittwh soon.lwapes
ty, eh?" "AP, o aOJj· at
loaoag shootise oa 5*0-40 4hbt wo'an-at the
Museum about sinyensago-n AbtltX ' hut
asIggor with pik eyes nd wdlaon ok".ok'a frlout
"oavodulfl" a~e ~L3 ba!
The oulgo ofIHlprmano,Jin aa inte th
oewtOOofi ~aOko-otwing ttioto ·1tgatu'DytIfti noo
fofrtoen y05s ago by a s00ooP oft OoS. a
of th000050007WOO poor, a0n4 .Ig ot oin
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