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STEAEMBOAT DEPARTURES
FRlYOUA Ar.E November 5A.
'.u ARA .......... ~ NEW"t, ATO.A, O ous .............S AM
IAPOOUCHE ......... DR BATLY Doi.. .,...B.........D9 AM
BA ............ ANNAy , n
." ý. *t..... ......F . ORA, rrc a ................ ...tAM
. * . .* bheo N.Mrse.. .................. pM
Ll. u'CK.Cih..,........ ~RN SPARHAWK, T'rOxOB..5 PM
iS LUIS .............. MARTIA JEWETT, uLosTo ........5 PM
.5. LOUI ..E........HNRY LEWIS, E.rsaso.......... PM
SLOUIS ............. N W GRAHAM, CoouLoes ........... PM
ST. LO .. B............ AND TOWER, Yo............ P
LOUISVILLE .......... IAB RAU ............... PM
AT(AFALAYA .....I.B. . CE.AK, Lwcm............. ... PM
hatuerdsy. Noember 14.
-NAI:0tTONV.LLE....MC0SO, Rsss .................... AM
ATN ROUOGE....... CERE8d ,uT,, ..s.. ...........AM
OBILE ............... CAL , ................PM
OCAN SPRINOS .....CREOLE. Poert. ..................... 4 PM
COVLOTON...........LEORA. D,,atn.. .............5 PM
VICKoRUR ......O.....SOUTHERN BELLE, Whor ........5 PM
BAYOU SARA..........BELLA DONNA, Moteos.......... 5 PM
MEMPHIS ............. H. R. W. HILL, NswU, .............. 1'31
NEW UAGTHAE ..... LOUISA, Duy................ PM
PELOUSAS ........... ALICE W. I.ZE.Jon. ......... PM
RSO RIVER...... LONESTARitenT ......5PM p
ALABAMA RII.AR... PdS.iS Oy, oauux ...............5 PM
.. unday, NRsvember 1.
GALkATON..........CHARLES MORGAN. LWLA.,...S AM
ATTAKAPAS .........AA IU.ETIER, *s,,........ AM
IIAYOU SARA..........ST. CIIARLEG. A .rrr........... AM
B1AYOU SARA..........LAURPL IILL, C..T. ............. AI
MOBIL ..............OREGON. Mvs,....................4 PM
ST. LOUI ........LPI.... PANT. UTn, woo.......... PM
.i' Ship J. MONTGOMERY, Capt. ItBennett,
rroS t Philadelphi,, I. ow di..hrgijg 5r19 at GPolt 4, Thrd UiL
tier. Conlgatan will e.I- lt.t t o Loh. lrce tor their freighto
the Levee, ot1u-rwrtt will be Usored at their rilk u:d erpmrno.
a0 JIH. AHsRsOI.E CO. iS st. CLrUSeO.reL
1f! Ship J. C. HURPHREYS, Capt. Merrill,
ou Ar t.erp., i now ready to diaIr ea cS1go aL p.pt 6R1 Fourth DT -
tr, t. Canyo l.e e reqnountd to tno nut tLhir termin within Bra
lays sad attend to their els oa the Levse Ail good. not r.M|pte"
for on Ihe Levee Hl be Itored at the rld and erp·Nr o ow t nh
thereof. IJ.P. WHSTNEY & CO, 5 Camp str.eet. 0I6
* IW The ship CRMISO0AZO, from New York,
ih now dL h,'glt a PatOT FrSt, DEtr5et. ConiL.l, rp. uaid AA
.l aerx requied to rcile e tole r loofe o¢ the Lerw, uthprwis the
will ix stored at their expeno e sal .k.. '
S0. .C. BOOERT Z CO. 8 Camp tree.t
px The Consignees of the following goods
i.1r ship ChSiulol.,o ate r.q...G. to mkeo thermtvel known to the
lbsaEgin , lArk on the Lee. via: lIi balsl ley to or.r,. no mk:
J4g obli5s51,.S aOnd 61 A rmppty bbl, mak.d A and B, to ordos cd
Se marled D lou diamond, S e1u0 sidSel~n to srdr If neot t
tIndde4to the aboru gondw will be len tde public at... at the it a..
AA au l5ritk nl6
" Ship REDWOOD, Captain Ross, Ifrom
Hvr, iS ra dG to dihsArgecargo t Pt 96, Frast DiAGrit. Con
iess will pl' attnod to Ahe receipt of teer fregbht on the Levee.
AI goods not prmitted within fiee day. wil be Aent to the p.ubli
Itore tt.ri S.k aS ep.,e of theown rthereof..
14 J. II. ASIIeRIDOE A CO 5, StOO. ChseA.ltre.L
SNoTICE.--The consignee of two oases
,errhAondie m;,k, 13 I diamnd, No.. 696 and 1180, per sh~p
Valoafrom ew.York i G reqeGlted to prAeOst. bill ldiog 5 or eam.
to G C. BUGEBT A CO, is Camp resot. a9
PRIVATE BOARDING-Mrs A. CAS
1. Y O IiINI ,..badrl~ . ( 22d.2a20t.ebli 1 that .he h .
leveed ibst armeodioa+ Ilildiag ua th· North Eaat comer o
IropaL earl C wtmbouw atrnr, rhers Ib b.. oy~ned a YIRST CLASS
2 0oaR INO H2120, earl 1.prepard t02242 omm08222 Immlil and
qt". gentlemenln with beard sod laa mmo. Day. board- o un als
WO.2.modoll.. _ __ __ n1t21
F OR RENT-The convenient and well
12.120d S'TORE, .. 1I Camp 2tr122. P2222iln gl..,
*.reld. AprIy. OO. W. ilvNbON CO.-2C.2mp e.a
MEEN FUN OR CHINA WHITE-8000 lbs
.1 D L AGIBbVE iCO.179 MYpins ,rwL
TEAS, TEAS-E. J. HART &'Co., 105 end
191 T hanplto.Lu ton·5 hrr pcroll bnd a fallsod nll ..
Ircted1.2nn ut 2.olf 2 , ..mpri lNg 100 pvk2222 of o1l q2n11.2
nad ranahti q to part u
1MP2RIAL-01- lb, 191b,13 lb, 1i lb bor.1.
Miatera,
halt ch.Ma,
OUN POWIOKIO-21..l..1,
111b 0e.,.
19 lb 4oxxe,
0.110111..,
hGIt 202212.
OOLONG1-120 0..at o..,
1420ch222.,
FOUC On-9 0.1hat112.
Te whir~h tb~y that Ini the ttentrn of the lrW . '017 101
NOTICE OF ELECTION.- By virtue of
21 10 writ, of e212112 to m2 dire,2.1 by Hi E.1Ili.,y
(I. 12.0..·r. 10,212oo2 f the 112 0. . 21 pnLa, t0. q,.lil.0d
totem at [he ",.rl New orIeaos ara h~rebJ .till that -d-rr
wiR il be field on DCOIDAY, the 97lh leamnti for ,.e So. BlooN
Ell2~2 20. 212721 Ne..ioI.. 222 :her 0 221422 . 21
E~lba ~o~ co~i lb. 0 .f tp H llb Nn. o0 A. Sreud;
ales fr two Reponntttl"m, one fur tba pint Rpopnotl·ivr Mirlot
>,i 22l11m of 0.1 h 201010 plan, of H2 . 110 1. 2mme 220.2te2d,
2222 ad-. o p .. ..22.11ARpr...,2.. D,,.. Fof the city o2.012.,121
luaee, in prate of b on.Ttomau Mc~en, rwi gnarl
hl.1. Ild rrll so2p12*0 202 20ay orre. d,2t 1 o'el20 A. 2..
rend 20212.212'1l2OCk r r..2 22,Oh pl22222nd 2m2t t21 dir02ti2,22
t0e In,2222.n a2, Clerk. to Lr ppol212 by .he Common Co..2il of
the <ify o/l rwOrloens.
,l2d ,tlo1,,2,w. b h.eid arrordi4 l law, ald d2pll mm- ad..
bI the sndC;I quad, retlun·Lcr
Sheet: a o'21,2, p200h u01 O.1222,1e.. W,.2l. 121.
21. MRI[ONY, Sheriff
A VIS D'ELECTION.-En vertu de trots writs
A I d'el.,,..,,i 0dre22. p2r 16- 0i2,.1I., 2. 0. 2,1,2,t.
I~uenur nn 1'6tat de In Lvmrlsue, In+ n recrate . · t r iliu l a
tV V ovrlle vrieeI', O.l., Loalr" 2,,,ow.,in y1, uo0 12 122, w21n
ben, LU22, 97 do re mol2, po2;r r2mp22r ,n pine. reroute o02.10iu0222
ll,,LUr0l.ru l..2 de !`hum. J. A. 2 wdi Ie.p0ur de r. 0022rill222
A*oai p". ppiirirer re e.ous .-·ton n per le rriyoalion de
202022242H. l,. ..i.2I,.1 KIpmeno2 t du 2o2 mi..1,12o,. . rp2.2
aMnta0r, t. ao de Thom. Tso~u *Ir~ron, Reprerantaoi Uuatrirrms Ulrict
.,2212212212*.2222 222 1 Cll0.1Co220,
htw, pW!.. erwt~u tort. to n ai Jollr, nepnia 9 hwrr~l do nuti. juln'e
6 euo.a dv I'npra. mtti, a trl tnlrnit at b ,u I··li ,oO tom-tNlm
: a r .11rlnr el ..rout olmmaa par I. Coneeil C'o mmaa de is
022,212, Orleans2. 2,2~2221
L. dllo sagra 1eora n r4 rnade r t lee ot ,al p dapliute dt"
r El~ra tnrUDu· a vaurllll· rnormem·nt I a Z.l
2on1.ll Orl...., If N2,22,222. 1222.22. MIAIOIt 2022r11f.
rEKE FALCON HOUSE-J. M.,
-t-urnfahed Uli well known U*R AND R63- L i
2001212.T, I. prep22.d ' 2,02mm222,1 b02
1,122,12 220 pat 022a 2111112 toe 1at1,.,,. of 1.1 moo20t and 2100..
IEllaIar .pyli.. rldit, the n.t of 002222 and L,,l,1or,, .d .0 , at
122011 .1m .'.1 12 p. to Wei ol .rt and 4g2.0.1tio2 of hie pntro2..
ntd !m
I EMOVAL-C HARLEo E. KELTJ, Dentist,
be, --.msrd to No. 151 Could trast, bhrresu Carmdelet and
jU..~o 1.tr. N C b C ,dId
F OUND.-On Sunday last, on Prytani bI
F oOt, p~o iI the Orph. As.omum, a GOLD BIRACELCT r
bu owner cso bb tiIe m.. by aper1ngh ISa th l, '0 ing
pIoper., ad paying S ,r this hSrld 1111nt1 106 8lIl
OUR OPENING DAY OF RICH FANCY F
The La.. ao. 0t, 00p001111l iEnmIt.d t c5. 0. O. W
IIP&.Ne idPo~u trs, ll DAYnaYNDY November n
0. 50, o,,·0r.,l Fr IENCH NILE, SATINY .0 VELVET SON.( 0I
NETS anE RISSONS.Fal of ohe LI.*·1 P011.p i S Dp..
A l.DI,,hoIicae ,il seIocted sltokl oPFINK FANCY 5050D
and MILLINERYP, which Mrs.E R. rrlppeclfllg Isvlt.· the lales to colt el
and.onmi.0 . 041In L
C 'IARD-DR. J. W. ALLEN, Den- - x
0 it.I~ ODOOD umr~ No. III No. Dh.I:
.051, NrSo.tth" t Gf0af It l f e.10,1 BSqn,.,
where .5 wll . happy o 16 hi. 1rle. and p.- b
H ERE IS YOUR REMEDY.-
SIOLLOWAY'0 OINTMENT.
11
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS 001 BOWEL COOPLSINTS, DOSS- Z
RHIES AND DI30RDDERD OTOMACHBI.--F,,N,.ubIsat to hoIe0
iylhiolu cannot o lb. or m h11110600au these 1111.1 d, Pit l, and o
if Lake¢ io modant· down, nod the dust attended o, a certain cure will
It eoPDId. Their aItegihOEhIS 0.1,s s.eeIIdIy ,,DINI. theih.
Axred Loos of the stomach, ad romlen tb. dfgeativa organsa more p·
Frfni. Bile andDiwrden of the Liver may einfallibly cured by thir
use, and those who ar a erid from loo "Ag.. ore m hoet l
of aduopt a more e9 dual emdy tbs. HOI.II)WY'8 FILLS t
The are RasI the beat Family MedirdOe c·UaL r
SI o 1ld t1 6 sso-IN h 0,5,f 01.17 15ror HOLLOWAY,1S PILLS
(reset IImplI Ba,,Londo..)Ood by all theNrpDIbllD01f556ed r
a..I.,a i¢ MadlfIl .. tte Uo idb 8tsI.., is N0,* atBf ' lbs, O
onlasld g168 eachh Wlwlasal· byythe orineilnlDrug Houaasinthe
.nio.oldbMy 0Ifrl A.B. AD.SA1ND, lYorkl. e4 J.WSISOI¶
- CO..NerOrlE1s.
There tocotuide~ub1. aerie Io taking the large tase
.S.-OI,1t111fot r eaidhe1 of parent., In every dioolfnn I
agrN to eac Is- s¢8 V
.dyer's Cherry Pectoral.
A M O, , O TD E N,,6 f 0 ouP I 05 h
dhc iovaria. &iaca bu m in!" bi
.Iaorati.o to folitfte tlhe 1b E1 of IO..I
111. AO IDymoD, sod eavn prolong the
term of barren estetenre none ,l be
awed of more real ale. to mankd, than -
.hie Econtibuion olDt00OSNmiat I the Hefl
mlg Art. A tN 05 lo NNav . D0tu0 lthrodgh0
r, ttun brad c hryupmroren bsd t
ndu( bto m..lolo· or aambinstmn \ t
of meetcinoa yet knowrn ass lo annly son
tram cod care the numerooarui v~ of C
. eeooryddisease watch h... hithero Iswet he ourmidst thou
-ojicud lhousaond ev.er year. I¢d..d. there i no *Sboodnl I
r ewn to belierr* a Retd Idr hrl at length bowe fedad rblab ,sber,-
!idd on, to curs the mdw dasareulw ad adman[a the corse. Our apes
here wi11 no!. Penrit u" to publish "Ye"D~la ots..r llE~
try it.s n0, but we world proSIIt thdI ilnq, andl r0Efrb furtr iu 1
,jflry IeyAell ei05nAlm0 0, hin. th IbuO*·O below named wild n1
way. b0 piVioI 1 IOrNIh fr0., whelein a10 tall pEIOiculaOrs ad mdts
puliblo proof of 0IlA0brae 6hII0 I.
OFFICE OF TSSOISPo..CATION, LA5050 BS. S..I
S.C., Aougo 4, I3SI.
7. C. AVER-Pss Bas: LlO liEtle Sf0 110r Soo. old.h.. 1001
recovered from s severe attack or Mslig o t Beetled F...·· bit thrat
o whllo,.nd every pO.00 E h01viva d Slii ronoan0d him 0d.0.
hbrd. Havlog o..d pIOOCRERRY PECTORAL If CalitouiGiaE(at IS
wilter of OWfurOSaffsn MV0 of BIrochitis, with hntir e ucc* 1I
o.ofodvoloi I topry it 0n my 11 l0 . I gav tim a 1g spuon.1 ll
vry tooeNho.n, ommnol.00fa tbe mosDlng, and 0 tm o 'r0IIcl t
night,,I found. de.ided 05505t0r Ohe better, 600d ,hr three day.
oa be was a·ble to eat or drink without pain.
i1. u.00000hefb-. nmd disese s1 suav marl   child fINN
premature gave asd .t... the se · ty of ouny and pueot ur
.allootoSjofL* tieThroat and Log., I bee It the be.a medicin0
..;am. Afl eeoloof the odp-lll gNrttd. Prompts addr..iog
ron thew linen-be for your ipotunl discovery, my LIttle hy ornat
does have bas.oI,. Ohnothe .04.
IS W L, Bup'S Tra.n, L. 151R.
ROEC K ILL, Sfo.Rs.o Canty, N. J., Jlp 11, I8.11
DR0.1. C. AYIER Sioo ypor Edico has become known he.o.
hass Rrasw~tr damrld than say other Wagh remedy wre he,. ever
uld. Itrl apokid ofs term of unmeanard praise by rhea who Lave
nasd it, and i tsaw of some cus rbm t· but they I"Uofdi
not Leo maeb:twthe gad t has done. 1 ta pleasure e iitit
W ý anud i gl ntitfsd inuring the (rr cr hc wrth of Wei
Piaas wed ma a further supply, ad LIlilalr m.
Your, with ra~yect JOHN C. WHITLOOC K.
P. 8,- Abdua k y u~mb., of osrtiflL as no be seat Sou, if you
;V Prnpsrd ~add old by . C. AYER, Practical ad Analytical
Cbemut, Lowell, Maw ; add an Dturitl·
HIS 1111W J. WRIGHT A O..-N. 0. Wholesale Apul· .
L TYON'S EXTRACT OP PURE JAMAICA
U U.J GINGER.-Nathi' need be "Idtommad the attentt n
the N.Wi. W this ardrie, hea oovtaced that It to pa. and ..adult..
. tod. 61edi W men, or thoi r~kt ·a brmiem bereraps to destro
the eawhollpme eiro of Mckeb end trbid water, con rely upon it
somas chu cey ad It s et a extensively we fer c-avIUJ purpomI,
fl-a~g akeq p... s, at. To the oi01f 'a nth apeesl·
Sumr ramlaa4 ChleaNe a. Ibilltyb'eee a AguuaeUiu
·nsuser, 0e Pmintrado, ate, q hxi e b 6eeo Cemistwld ntr
,ftLbet Id b E. T THOMAS SYON, CLYG Lte s 1
W ThuIi. m YON PUL IN3 Stdy. ~g
triodrel, New 7 t.
gT loqh str th Wodd PC N .O bold hp roabiwl DIog
g.,m tho.,ht the world 2sId ld I. NeOrlN,.
,it .-ap J. wmeir a vO. CO.C.tres n.t
THE DAILY CRESCENT.
JInST DISTRICT CouaT.-Yesterday James
DeInle and Philip MoVeigh, allan Pet Roqgers, were
arraigned for entering the store of Sholti, Hadden & Lat
ting, in the middle of the day, with intent to steal. The
accused plead " not guillty," and, us the jury did not agree,
they were returned back to prison.
Joseph Burke and idale Fenday were tried for stealln
a plaece of olbth from T. L. Preche. The forn.er pleaded
guilty, and was immediately sentedeed to one yett's bbrd
labor in the Penitentiary, and to pay the oasts of prosesu
tion. The latter was tried by the jury, and found guilty
sentenee on Saturday.
Julla Boyle was found guilty of assault and battery on
Mary Montegut.
RAPPERS.-Wm. Williamson coneelved hitm
self a medium, and armed with a watchman's club he el
!led forth on Thalia street, determined to experiment on
some one; the spirit moved him to rap ala watchman,
which brought the guardians of the night, like a hornet's
nest, around him. Mr. Williamson hbad to cool his ardor
in the cause of spiritual rappinge by a residence In the
Watch-house all night.
PEDDLc G.-Some genius who endeavored to
make a raise, commenced by dumping a lotof tin-ware on
Poydras street, near the Market; he had hardly got
started, when officer Peterson made some troublesome in
quirlesabout license and so forth. The proprietor sloped.
and left his stock In trade at the disposalofthe Poliee
Department.
TuE MOON EYED ONE.-The Celestials are
exceedingly fond of ladies of the 'moon eye." Ellen Moon
would suit them extremely well, with one scoeption-that
she prefers liquor to opium. Mary Hines avers that Ellen
has disturbed the peace of her establishment on Foucher
street; but the "Moon eyed one" explained herself to
the satisfaction of Recorder Bright,'who dicsharged her
sans amende.
TisE TABLEz TURNED.-The man we spoke of
in our edition of yesterday as having been beaten, and
charged Thos. Kearny with having robbed him of a watch
and other valuables, it appears was playing "possum."
Mr. Kearny, after enduring one night in the Watch-house,
was released thla morning, and the prosecutor, Oliver, had
to pay the Jail fees.
IN A Frx.-A few days since Mr. Heslin, of
the Fulton Exehenge, hada hlirtworthfrvedollars,and
a pair of pants worth about the same, which he usually
sported on occasions of pleasure. They were stowed away
in his room when Thos. Hastings, sans ceremonie, walked
into the chamber and into the dry goods at the same time.
IHe has to find $300, or be in durance vile fora short time.
H. Hasting, has also to answer to the same authority for
the "loan of a shirt " belonging to Mr. Cannon, and has
to find another $803.
THE BOXEB. -Peter MoCluaky, (the name
odors of a great fighting family) was considered a vagrant,
and to prevent his pugnacious propensitiesbeingindulged
in, to the prejudice of the city, he was calaboosed.
Oon.--The volatile effects of the nuisance
earts driving through the streets at the "wee hours awan
the tawl," could not destroy the vigilance of the poles,
always on the look-out for infractions of the city laws.
Adam, the negro of Ilaskins, and Jim, the negro of Stew
ard: were found toting a cart, filled with odoriferous com
pounds,without having bramndllcense or pass. Promising
to do sono more, the Recorder disoharged them.
DiseoiGRoED.-Maria Murphy, Nicholas Flora,
J. P. Minan, Wm. Kelly and Williamson, the rapper, were
discharged on paying jail fees.
KKNu. KLES o BRA.S.-As Mr. Luttian was
passing home, on Thalia street, on Wednesday evening
last, he encountered Michabsel McGuirk, who did him severe
injury by striking him over the head with a pair of brass
or iron knuckles, for which he was placed under bonds of
$1000 to appear at the examination.
M iUtRDER.-William Blair, free man of color,
was taken up yesterday as an accessory in the murder of
Henry Cruise, the slave of Mr. Moore.
INQUEST.-An inquest was held yesterday on
the body of a slave named Henry Cruise, at the reel.
deance of his mastar, Mr. Moore, on Toulouse, between
Marals and Villere streets. It appears that the deceased
was a carpenter and had had some altercation with oer
tain free men of color named Jerry Taylor, Joseph Anone
and Cha. Robinson, near the cemetery on Conti stret,
on the evening of the 8th inst. Jerry Taylor threw a
brick at him which fractured his skull and produced con
cussion of the brain. Verdict, '"Death from a brick
thrown by the hands of Jerry Taylor, f. m. c.
Another inquest was held on the body of Mar
tin Conglean, an Irishman, aged thirty-eight years, who
dropped dead at the corner of St. Philip and Old Levee
streets. Deceased was a batter in the employ of Mr.
Riordan, and was in good health, immediately previous
to his death, which was instantaneous, caused by rupture
of aneurism of the aorta, thereby causing internal hem.
orrhage. Verdict accordingly.
DIED.-Thompson, a well known inmate of the
Charity Hospital for the last nineteen yearm, died on Wed
nesday. He had been peralyged and wheeled himself
about in a chair during the whole of that period.
DA..cEROUS.--James Grayson was arrested
last evening about 7 o'clock on St. Charles street, for
being drunk, disorderly, and flourishing round with an
open knife in his hand, to the terror of the pasers.-by.
RAILROAD IMPORTs.-Every day, says the lNo
bile Register, gives added consequence to the producte
received from our inv!unable road. Few, or none, give
credit to the quantity of important articles that come into
our markets from this source. yet the train from Hough's t
Ferry the other day came laden with one hundred sheep,
twenty hogs, one hundred and sixty-seven bales of cotton,
with an incredible quantity of venison, turkeys and
chickeus. One might have fancied that the northern
market-house was about to be at once established in the
railroad depot.
A SAD SIGHT.-A London paper states that
since thebattle of Alma, the different military depots of
London, in Pall Mall, Charing Cross, Piccadilly and
Knightsbridge, have been thronged with old men, women
and children, seeking news of their brothers, sons, hus
bands and fathers in the Crimea. Many a heart-rending
scene follows as the announcement " dead " or " wound
ed" is made bythe clerkin charge. More than two
thousand homes in England are desolated by this one
"glorious victory."
The Wheeling Gazette, of Monday, the 6th,
states that an Irishman, whose name is unknown. lost his
life on Friday last, near Piedemond, by jumping from the
train while in motion. The conductor had ordered him
off, having rung the bell to stop the train. While the
train was moving at the rate of four miles per hour he
made the leap. The conductor is exonerated from all
blame.
The force of workmen at the Washington
Navy Yard is almost nine hundred men. The keelpieces
iof the frigate have arrived, and the frames continue in
active progress.
The Canadian Legislative Assembly have de
termined upon voting a sum of money for the widows and
orphans of the soldiers of the Allied army who fell in the
a recent battles. The amount will probably be one hundred
thousand dollars.
The libel suit of Fernando Wood against the
proprietor of the NewYork Sun, has been described as '"a
Woodpecker tapping a hollow Beech tree."
Among the incidents of the recent bank ex
citement in Cincinnati, the Enquirer relates one of an
honest Hilernian who drew $1700 from Smead & Co.'s
Bank early in the morning, and after chuckling for a little
while over bhi good fortune, began to be uneasy to know
what he would do with his money. If he kept it in notes
they would become worthless n his hands. If he changed
them for gold, somebody would rob him of it. Every
other disposition of his funds presented unpleasant as
pects, and after weighing the whole matter, he started
back and re-deposited the whole amount, a few minutes
before the Bank suspended.
NewYoaRx AND NEWHAVEN RAILROAD COM
er.Y.-A dispatch from NewHaven, dated the 8th inet,
says : "The meeting of the NewYork and NewHaven Rail
road Company ws exaiting, but orderly. The liabilty of
the Company for fraudulent stok was repudiated. The
Directors were requested to vacate the!r seats, one by one,
and fill their places by electing others as proposed i the
resolution adopted at the meeting held in NewYork. The
employment of Messre. Noyes & Wood, of NewYork, and
R. S. Baldwin, of NewHaven was authorized, to defend
the Company against suits in the matter of spurious
stock." ___e h
The Gazette du Midi of the 26th of August,
has the following:
"Ashort time since, Mmlle. Dejazet took an
excursion to le Grand Chartreuse, and hoped
to glide within the gate, ever closed to females,
in the costume of a handsome cavalier. With
this intent she mingled with a group of tourists
who were going to visit the monastery. The
party was met at the gate by a brother of the
order, with that affability whioh ever eharacter
izes the fraternity. ' Walk in, gentlemen,' he
said; ' our cloisters are ever open to you. But
for you, Madame,' he said, fixing his eyes upon
the lady, ' you will comprehend why you are
excluded.' ' Bt men pere!' she exclaimed,
'I am not - ' ' O, Madame, you are not
altered;' replied the monk. The lady was
obliged to yield, and to retraceher steps alone.
She had been recognized by the good father,
who had known her when he was an officer of
the army, and who, in the midst of a brilliant
career, had suddenly sacrificed his military
aspirations for the gloom of the cloister."
Surmtea o0 A RAHLROAD PRESIENOe.--The
Cincinnati Columbian of the 9th iest. has the
following accouint of the suicide of Mr, Freder
ick C. (edge, Acting President of the Coeington
and Lexington Railroad:
We learn that Frederick 0. (ledge, the lee-Preident
and President pro on. of the ovinrton and Lexington
Rilroad, being greatly embarrassed for pecuniary means,.
nd oavig on uesday his notes for a large moont pro.
teted, committed siide yeaterhSy morning. ht weemh
that about Sye mlnuteq befoy seven.o'elock, be walked
dehlierately upon the tk t wihere the loeomtive and
tender were coming bakwLurd to him, and when they
came within fifteen or twenty yards of him, he laid h
bead down njust Inside the rat. The steam that was just
then let ef prevented the engineer from seeing any thing
on the reeod, and he wa not aware of Mr. edge's peosition
until the tender struck Mr. (Gedge and at once rut the
henj from his body. No blame es attached to the enai
nts, s he stopped the locomotive and tender when he
founail there was something under the wheels. The do
ceased was a man about fifty years of age, and was man
of mnuch worth and honor. He leaves a wife and three
children. twoof whom are maied, to mourn his rasu act.
The verdict of the jury was in accordance with the fats.
The ulreide waecommitted on Washingtao etreet,hetwsen
seghth and Ninth streets, Covioglon, and was witnesed
by a number of persons.
Mr. (edge was one of the meost Inlfluential eitiens of
Covington, where he hasu resided for more than twenty
)ears. lIe was at the head of the Oedge & Brothers firm.
one of the moat extensive tobacco houes in the West ; he
was Director in the Covlngton and Lexington Railroad
Company, and aloe Director in the Northern Bank of
Kentucky. He had amassed a large fortune, and stood
fair as a buslnes man and a citizen. IHes was eharitable
aond the poor of Ctovington,in his death, have lost a value
friend. All r'eoes of people lament his demise, and are
completely astounsded with the intelligence.
Many surmises as to the cause of the act, if voluntary,
are made but the mest probable is that the present
tnancial crises hbe given him much uneasinese, and, per
haps $50,000 of the Covington and Lexington Railroad
bends having been protested within a few days pst, in
NewYork. may be the immediate ause.
A GooDn IDEA FOe BHowatr.-Albert Smith,
the director of one of the most amunesing and suc
ceesful entertainments in London," The Aecent
of Mont Blanc," in a recent address to his audi
enee, ascribed a part of his success to a change
he had made in the conditions of admission.
lnstead of charging more than the usual price
for reserved seats, taken beforehand, he charged
les, becanse, as he said, "if any one takes the
trouble to come beforehand for his place, he
ought to be compensated for that trouble. He
enjoys some advantage over those who come
late, and the best form in which to put that
advantage is to let him have his place at a lower
rate."
The consequence of this arrangement was that
all his reserved seats, and a great many more,
were always promptly taken, people being eager
to avail themselves not only of the security of a
seat, but of the slight reduction in price.
IFLUENCFv OF MIND ON DISEAS.- It would
seem as if.the study of certain diseases some
times favored their real or imaginary develop
ment. Lwunnee died of phthisis, and Corvisart
of disease of the heart. When the celebrated
Professor Frank was preparing his lectures at 4
Pavia, on disease of the heart, his own heart
became so disturbed that he was obliged to rest
for a while. Rumor says that no less than five
of the professors in one of the medical colleges
have unjustly suspected their hearts. Medical
students, exhausted by a winter session, are apt
to be special subjects of real or imaginary irreg
ularity of the heart. A young friend who at
tended our lectures last winter, on diseases of
the chest, felt an unusual knocking of his heart
after ascending the long college stairs, and re
quired several examinations to satisfy him that
there was no danger. [Exchange.
A ToePERANCE STORY.-One evening last week
we took our place at the supper table of a Cin
cinnati and Louisville packet. Supper and con
versation had progressed some before we were
seated. An animated discourse was going on
'twixt an exceedingly sober-faced lady, no less
than thirty years old, on the subject of temper
O. )h!" exclaimed she, with horror depicted
on her thin lips, "I do despise the whisky
drinker."
The gentleman dropped his knife and fork,
seized her hand and giving it a hearty shake,
we thought tears were going to drop from his
twinkling eyes.
" Madam," said he, " I respect your senti
ments and the heart that dictated it. I permit
no person to go beyond me in despising the
whisky drinker. I have been disgusted on this
very boat, and I say it now before our worthy
Captain's face. What, I ask you, can be more
disgusting than to see well-dressed, respectable,
ay, virtuous looking young men, whose moth
ers are probably even now praying that the
tender instruction by which their youth was
illuminated, may bring forth precious fruit in
their maturity. I say, to see such young men
step up to the bar of the boat, and without fear
of observing eyes, or the condemnation of en
lightened opinion, brazenly ask for old Bourbon
or Rye, or Monongahela whisky, when in that
bar they know there is the very best of Old
Cognac Brandy!"
It is said that one of the questions 'sked of
a candidate for initiation into the society of
Knor-Nothings, is as follows:
" Will you do your utmost on all occasions to
renew and perpetuate the potato rot, in order
to keep the Irish out of the country ? "
The candidate, if admitted, must respond "I
will."
" Hullos, driver, your wheel is running
round," sang out an urchin to a cart driver
who was driving furiously through Water street
the other day. Carty pulled up and looked
anxiously, first on one side and then on the
f other. "You needn't look now, it's stopped!"
coolly added the provoking little rascal.
A Maine Law Case.
"If the court please, the matter to be passed
upon is one in relation to the unlawful sale of
one lot of imported spirits. We shall prove that
Stebbins, the defendant, deals in liquor, that
he has sold liquor, and that the money for that
liquor is now in his possession. The first and
only witness I shall call is James Dubious.
Kiss the book, Mr. Dubious. Do you know the
defendant Stebbins ? "
" Yes, sir."
" Where does he reside ?"
" On the top of Main street."
" What's his business ? "
"I can't say exactly. All I know is, that I
bought an article of gin of him yesterday."
"Did you pay for it ?"
"Yes, sir."
" How much ? "
" One hundred and twenty-five dollars."
" That's enough, sir. The witness is your's,
Mr. Dash."
Dash accordingly cross-examines Dubious.
"Mr. idubious, you say you bought that arti
cle of gin of the defendant ? "
{, Yee, Ir."
" What kind of gin was it ? "
"A cotton gin, for my brother's plantation
in Georgia!"
"1That will do, Mr. Dubious."
S WEDISH AND HUNGARIAN LEECHES,
Wh7 elul ud Ratan, a Dr. BIIYUI'S Dm· Store, rrro
Coral ed Carond~letelreta. fb9U Mo Wed(Lh datf
Rewareof Strangulated hernia.
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THE ONLYCZETAZNCU01 EVER s I
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"11.p YuY I 1Mm4wrOI T.bpp4&muI t.
Fame ageri Arrived b~y Stetumers.
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C Itbletl, Jaept. Htee.
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Foei Neirw leueO-BV the. Ceres
Mn B Iltl~w ae dpt.Y, f in Re..od Fatadd, YnlntlhOl*L·
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8·ilr, R H ý.k, C Dab.J R B~bR.Aaaas
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NCielle., Cort. Peetlr. Mr Btedte., eYt.,Beeeh Bno ll. e
WW Del.., Mr W B B Itl And MIT.t; Mrs tehle, MN Bte e
Mitokarll.
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and I.de. e Y.nC LiR ol eoeytan d.ee Nr, MiAm .. Neget, Mn. P
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BR..aet H... ifad ee0 eleeNeeeeeRd ee Ay MINeHtokok .0l
dmghwr~ Mr po and Wy, M. Fisk and L tela, NW PEXl M..
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lafe Mr Van Gibbee. r. MYhit·. ~II. Mr WiN Mr B , , WL.
MnB ceet, Mr Hempbey, Mr N ee. Mr Bn loBn.. B.r Wileo,, MNell
Beumee.N Rathrie C.' Mr eee rieeeeN ets MB Jo, N and elay,
Dr ECbhappi; Mr ti.e ed bee't.. siteee of tL. kE,. Otere"r.
COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
Pntorr Moeso, November 17, 1854.
COTTON....There was buts limited demand yester
day, sand the market was unsettled, with sales of barely
4000 bales. We yet quote:
NEW ORLEAfN CLASSIFICATION.
Inferior..........530y0%e Middling Pair ......-- 93 I
Ordinary.........?7A07 J Fair..............-(010%.
Middlnog.......0...8 Good Pair.........-l0- -
Good Middling.....9 99% Good sad Fair..:..--(
COTTON AND TOBACCO STATEMIE'T.
Couro--1.ls. Touaoo--bhd..
Stock on hand noept ....leared.......16,8 11302
eoetived since ...... ....1501bhd 1739he at 04
for Fair to Frday a.....f Mo557me, 25700 00 w-re di79
24,14 25,451
xported of at 1717....... 1 0 1181ng at the form
yesterday ........ 5,889 1,568 35-=11.849
Stock on hand, not cleared....... 14,056 13,602
TOBACCO.... We did not hear of a sale.
SUGAR AND MOLASES.... The demand for Sugar
contioned active, and 1600hhds were taken at 335404354
for Pair to Fully Fair.... Of Molases, 2500 bble were die
posed of at 17(017%1 5 gallon, closing at the former
rate for prime.
FLOUR....There was more inquiry, and the sales em
braced 1500 bble, of which 300 St. Louis Superine, in lots.
at $8 [email protected]$8 24. 500 Fancy (Palo Alto) at $8 37%,and
450 Extra, in two lote, at $8 75 t bbL
ORAIN....The Corn market was heavy, and some 800
or 900 sacks sold mostly at 9209234$ for Yellow, and 984
5 bushel for White....Of Oats, 700 sacks St. Louis were
taken at about 634, and some small lots at 6046504
bushel....Of Bran, we noticed one or two sales at $1 70
p 100lot.
PROVISIONS....Pork was very irm, and dealers were
generally asking $17 60 S bbl for Mesa though we noticed
some retail sales at $17 t bbl....Baoon was nominal at
10U4o for Sides and [email protected] 4 It for Shoulders, with
none either in first or esoond hands.
RICE.... Holders were asking 6t5$ 5 it for prime
Carolina.
COFFEE....The demand was fair with sales of 1090
bags Rio, including 450 at O9, 850 at 9%, and 200 at 92
0935e 5 t.
LIM3E....A cargo of 2191 casks from Lincolnville,
Maine, was sold at $1 60 F ask.
FREIGHTS....Weheardof nonew engagement.
EXCHANGE....Demand moderate at or quotations :
Sterling .......................1083010935 and 109%
Francs........................ 5f.S% if.1Py $S dollar
New York Sixty-day Bills....... 135023 0 ct discount
a Sight Checks on New York......9 f l esntpremium
CATTLE XAlBET.
THunaaso EvEseso, November 16, 1854.
3f IgArrived to-day 1$0 head of Attakapas Cattle and a lot
f of Calves. The market is well supplied with the lower
descriptions of Beef and Veal Cattle. An ample supply
0 of Milch Cows offers In a dull market. But few Hogs
r and a moderate stock of Sheep remaius on sale.
I ErEF CArLEr, Ordinary Western .... ... 878e r net
S ine to Choce s........... 90-ce It net
Texas and Attakhaps..53 6t0 34cI 1 net
Pair and Choice .......0.340. -0- 5 5I net
g Hos ........................ 7,±09.0.S t net
SSona (in lote ) ...................$4 0004 50 5 head
It .. Choe ............................ $ es- head
d MoLCH Cows ............................ $507-F head
.. Choie ..................$--0$80 head
MCALVo AND YCEos. Ln .n .............. . $9 800-s head
SHIPPING INTELUGENO.
FRIopA MopoRNI, November 17, 1854.
CLEARED YESTERDAY.
Ship Otrrgo, WillO0 2 for NtO York J O W2odmf&Oter T
Ship 0000id.00Crwfod, for oB.Opolo GifS'eyy a ...11
Sht'ElenMals Lenoo:, fo" Lireiptwl, hnkloy William. am
Bark Sarah Bridge. 30een.*fr Baoltimore, J H an a
Bahr tu, 122.yth, fooPem.ocol, John Rtot.y hoo pi
ARRIVED. of
ba·.0hip PrtAmo2,CtotChuoctAAfom e Y22k, BOh t222202to W C ;r
T. pl2lon-pt th doo40 t. D
BteamboatI. T
BOB .D.n, fom-Wo1 IM.om,fto~iOi222502. it
011 d:' Dim'1'0'7 t~ mlpn t
0001,. loo Mltoy. 0100 G22d Pptd2s.
B E Clark Lodo.lork f2m O·dtO*' L..dtog,Red River. A
Dr O..20,'Dogor, from 302d.Ot'lto. A
Now Io...ao..- from B02220.22e2.
H to Wjitht, CttksA.02m 2ROifm2 Pend.
AGorge Cottio. .t...0, Ai2m 2Ampht.
Co.., Lortb, from 22OSto2. Hbr
soor Op..Ao.k, Tobmoe, fr Som Dotltdd0ill2.
H R W Hill, N,..Irooo2 0l. u
EXPORTS.
LIVERPOOL-SAlp I1I.. Matra-9617 b0ay1--U00, 9800 0.
22ALTIMORAE-BarU 2S.h Bidgd-HO hhd."0022, 22 p002 md0,
904 bbl. mod~an.
PENAAOOL&-O0hr ,222-1loo mtk22er, 12 do 30110O do f..o, 60
001e Boor, 10 do iola, 90 do ak,16 do whisk, 10 do potdto22, 9 bon..
ash. k
LIVERP'OOIL-Ship Looid..-9746 At22 000tt2..
NEW YORK-Sip OIepo-ROI Wes rotb'161 do hemp,44 do
roreppya abbed~ng, atd ag 8do not, 41 h- and 8 hhds bbmolS( 47
dl.. 811hdR e t.. g 0,I6{bb lwhl.l% JOB 2 b02 r 6 do oi, 1300
dI L.ny og, o, 18 pg. mdw. __
IMPORTS.
NEW YORK-22.....Alp Pro .lhO A20rted 2002224212.
PORT LAVACAdo-Srbr WIdE12d0I22oH0ot 8 0 N.lao eo.
IdoT.00m..*-tdo 30111.O 11 (;. obb-8do 9J2 H *2-- t
H5 d. WOOlidm. B.hu0 &too-i do H.d.P2o, Tarry *-2 do 2Me
I.rop Bd~fotd-21 do2,.ioey OonA dCo 3 tTrr*P0re22
6do Oak y aH..Ah,.-l8d.o A ar2 .0Men A Lboot.., aeo-s do to
order-49 hler A Beer Aco-Tors,169 pales Softer.o
RECEIPTS OP PRODUCE.
BATON ROUGE-Bblmamr Caru--IR hbda m P A Giraml-8
do S B ttllooq Ato-jO do,190 bbli moluu· W L D 7 pbAre- do
111451 ., Durirt 4,0-8 4. end O.W. i5o ordet s-Total I hbdO Uoq
144 .o h mta.d o d
GRAND PRAIRIE-Steamer OpOed12-I 20d..og2, 2 bbl0.2
SC De81.oe-olItdo, 90bhd. raor P Vofor0d IOd2o D DaO.
, -9-6do W a D UroqortO-22 d.o. b0tmote.. C020rltOl2o
290 do, 166 bal.. moon, OBotllgo 4 G,, 2A2o-tndrtordot
Tord, 807 htd. log.,, Ill bbl. maole.
01RT304'S LANING-OWmA.e.ECl200HO1 W~a ott H Gilly
Apoto,J BPtIot.,2ooL2ot))~oE~rn~-Ottnt~o~2do0Mtto~t.
41ddt BPlylthegti.o-8td2o EsAdmh2-49 do H 8lt2Iht.Ao-4
Id do Payne t 11,.1.30-1 c d O Rob- oino- do H Frellwe 4co
do Brander, 2tK~ooh d Hubbeld-9 do LoAIOS Charpytt.o-1 do
Aid,. J reed-10 baod..,., LottACh.pUartd-2 dtTottdnoo
T.'-lot--0-0 hO 0. edtlEa, Wj'OAATot, 22206 bAlt..Odtto, 22A hld.
DUNALASONVLLE...22lea oF.y AjeA..k-62 Ahdo,220 20
bb00. ol2.w. Hootto, Nori,2o *.-OO 16 do, 000. ease G.o uoutdo
10 do JDttttA,24 800-14 do, ed 0 oil. doRomeo t.ttiaot-22
dto..oupr, 0. bblt. tolte.. Payoe 0 H..ttlo-tT do2.oo A Pt,,.
1'Jdo R Btogi.t-4t ampts Abls troud h Ladndy-8 Ael, pp0 J A
Bro2d- odnt. to 2d.s-Tttd, t4 hhd00 *4t, 022 bbdo morwt
IT. LOUIS-Steameor CIy~ml PJla-8{ bbd ·oplH Jews Druh·n
666 tack. mt. D W rarer-jig d 18 do busn A Tbompem---6 bbd
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AMUSEEENTS.
.CHARLES THEATER-B. DEBAR, LPa
n M hD Y okaI-H. CARRI· CSUO No.....-C.
G. CHE.LEY, TIn aoo, -oo,. open at ,s o'obook. LCoNIE
nsu at 7 o'looo.-ThIO EVE'INS. Frid.,. Noeombor 10
NhllE~p.0'. ol.bB.Ood 0*ad of JULTOB CRIAR-S.IIE. 11,
Ni.ld; E.iB.. ll. Pop; o P., Mal. Boo.,I....To Toholncudre
TO OBLIGE BENSION.
IAN RICE'S-ST. CHARLES STREET, OPPO
SITE PEREIOO-Dooo. open .1tII~ 'IIBIR.Cutncaot
t~ o'ela-&.x ie oya fooo EU A. M. EIa I P. M.-Pawn or
*urluroo--Dree tele, 60 rnMt; Pit, rs oaetar-Come and JadgF
forYuunellra-The Con Troua ad their tooader.LI Dogs-ki
t:hario. -o CIo..IO ad Ir. oOP. 0 M.o r.--EInd. ,.od
PFIDaY iEVEI.G 0Noveb er. tlOtG-Thy 1010ormnna to 0om
,ooalbh DON JEAN. OR THE LIBERTINE EIRBTROYED....
PoVOoITE IRIS SONG-S d lRed l Syao....TBIroeIId, oilb II.
to odu ,tiId THE POND-R-Dona VioEoo, RB.w Carlotte
O RLEANS THEATER.-SATDosAY, No
embr.. IS, p54-Fu.1 .pp.nnoHIofIMe PSE.TTIE BAILLE.
Fin[ 1,B of tin ROIxmi OpoEa TOE BALOBER O SE0VILLE....
Maur. lollaru, Laeail Bokara--Mm. Bmllella
ti NorB-Pa.0.0Nho h10T.I·oga.d .IH.arenIN..-d be.
BotI II*r .TIrkaR Bon h.If-pu0S E'e Jr, obe th-Lbatbey win be dia
Kf The ppubt era informed that the Coatroll en h order to
giro uo endit at the door.
D LA E'S VARIETIES -The Varieties
ThToIr. Will N n SATURDAY EVENING Nor,..,I.. IS
"Ith bE ,ootdool RAVEL PAbILY.-SImdI. ThLA SLTHIAN.
e c orlbbrld R-6.in Dmwuun. riU*e " La lalo. YRZ l MAT ·
7'he "e former e will ,amm-tw a rilh he unmuL· lecr r·IInd ehe
SOBLIER FOR LOVE-Jobn.1.,oi RE,,I. ThB .,UrBI now
p.tl'EI El AO.PHODLL, OR THE MAGIC PEN,d IIB hSoobt
m t th eplndia ·a·rr nd 'G'C p"M.'o IR~*O:
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M 00.-NB,, MEIEIIII ImllE. ViIlonBE Foo,, UlmE. aEd G Rn.
or Box Awk ..w ape.. .15
ZTANNCCHIi'S AMERICAN MUSEUM, 52
t !` St. Charles dreet~oo· building from the cons fhofUImar
.T, end BA siy upoil IoA. S CRII . IHoIel. IIII ao 0..o..a.
rilg toe day pEIALOliEEIII illumirted .tniBd i. BEST WA$STAT
ARTY snr.,,.bltBIOin t.1b i..Ity or ESmppE.
THE BELLIGERENT PIIWERIS OFP ROBOT,
I ,oo..BiIof Q.*,VIeEIIB·; the EIp.oono( .yBI, A.ld, .Ed
I olooo;I; tbE,, of P.ofi i.. d h.e BaIhia E TEarEs ; B.·heQI..
t Esuo~nd, bE, RObEBE SBt10,.thIR EanroRE.EEBBE.igo tb e
t iorm.:nlu
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,lt WASHINGTON'
Iheon,o . the bridgetTEBnt, N. J.,11, LEE.e.HEBblId to Erown
5 Mim toobtE.Oa, DnrriE. 10 6B InaogIIIBion a Bs Pridentof the
d Ualteddtetse
Bd atofkicrall ltH Prom I: L Ge. soEliB PI,,,.,PrE.
0 Id.nt of the Uoood SBao.I Ma GeE. WfAsOIAd 51; N.M. Gen.
Z., la yyraylDI; iertnl i awls s" tla Henry t'Inrh· Speaking
tlhe 8Bnew ikE. IW.ei W lbAr , HanE JoIb.E. Calhoun.
STEPHEN EN IBRAD.
i. SIBEI BtoRE. · ,0lo iS nd mBI t pErfpH t E4.B..R, hn EH
AIOEJ id by BloaivHe d fu.IIII.
*P050E ,,I~aululo.IE...B.BRElI
m'Pr~ r~ll dsmonkraion dwellr.'"
BREATHINE RESUIBB.
BIRTH OF OSU BAVIOUR:
o This b..BiIl grpo Bnorth , GIo from ..ypI amiBy . th eery
it also netadder,
u THE LAST SUPPER,
EB*I.BEIEofNChrist nod hisTNRlvIe DIaipISS. Here Ib.Aoirh. .GB.
:oIplayd grst sILl-7t-1N ondlrroi.
THE D RATH CHAMBER
El Hoe. DBnielWB.H, Hon. RHonp Cli and HoG. John C. C.ihooo,
B O..0IIB.0EBo10I.BB10pOOEEB*pn nIsarepresd to thB BOi.
Three.Flgoo.-I0 u .OHRBiRBI. thB S,,.a.-.I-, E Rh Had 00
5.515, Rm sooD. LE. C. IrEE... tchino h4 Lot npiBg bnuh.
The skill displIypd IN thB. 5gB,,can o. y tea (aIllapporEcited by
thaw who bar·re w..them.
B. T. HENEB, M.D. A. M.-A B. rosE EiBd .lof/irIb diciongi.h
.d BBI0lE1o. PROFESSOR WESBIER n.d DR. PARBEblAN.
ARTHUHURSPRING, th. Murd.10r.
OrAdmoIion o noor. ClIldr,,, balprice. .119.
ARIMORY HALL-THE CAMPBELLS ARE (OE
INH-TWELVE PERFORMERS-'tommonedo MONDAY.
Iovember ..and SE..7 Ev..,Lt Ag I. ..k.-WEST A
PEEL'S ORIGINAL CAM7PBELL MINSTRELS hive th. honor t.
onnounms to the Led, . W O·Yrl·IIII of Nnw~llbu that they will
give . rita of t.l popular Cono·rt,. bove
STS p.,Itt.n ..I tll. .e dy..
5Ti.rcst. Tutand Gall. 9 cen s.
MATT PEAL, MSOO.,
.011 DR. P. A. SONE', Aent.
R OPER & TRAVIS'S GYMNASIUM, Perdido
.O..t oo. TA. G.dr.."-ROPER A TRAVIS .7..etfull.
IIrm the 5.tlo olfN* OIuto tDPttD·yhltpeG m YLENA.
g1UM apoathemoss uteub" eaat at the base testd Spo SA th
Sl"OB ,p,..Ih~,etof.IrllG.ltof .1oiD Set* of o f , 5Lo. i
the bootht Way hive s~ud no yaim or ?Ipo"" i pmooring every
WLs, eewry fa an 10p ilolt of {hie kind.
*P,,.l.,rea.p l tl ItgdtoG aIGIA 5x7,10 . tGhYMNA.
ThSO.I IDOattatolI to tN. Eet.Mii.RotS BATHING ROOM,
withh ey neeearr reynlaan4·'
ggC lweo· givn , patrig and I·0eiog.
OrNpePn om dty-lgbt in thi mom .tll II OII cloc in th.Etto
to,. .,hltrt
PARTICULAR NOTICES.
1. 0. S. Me Bramab Lodge No. 1.
F!' Th... will S..a rololar morl o. 50.. Lodg. THIS EVTN
NS. 1255 of N,..set.., a the MIH.als' IoStitate, Roo No. 4. s1
53 o'clock. Bly .d'r or tb. SN.4 CoS.e.d.r. oil
BAE QUARTERS COMPANY C, NA
TIOUNL UARDS-ODERS SO ¶OI-TB. H2..
S,.,. of o . H5mp4 ,C ',I..S. I ordP,.d* 5, an t
``4 rmory ro fall uullurm, whit. 5.144. o SUNDAY haURYLY
I, No*.mmwr 19, at 80 .'.lack, for Parade and Praatic..lu
·t~Mnc· ( ·rr~ ~lllri· ryubd. Dyy ordesr of the
L~aptaia, A.E. 8HAW.O. B. 179
PROTECTION FIRE COMPAINY
LSmp S Y Sre hernbyN Bd .BS0d00 Ca11ed
BB-Sii*, 2o ioY. 51054, IS 17, at 7 o 25
$7ery m" bar t+ ;e'j td "o mod, a" bw10ee o uuwrur 004
S.I;qotbao Llah*nt5.1Z. By oldr.
II. L. HASELTOS, As"'s P.o.
N OTICE--DR. JOSEPH ELLIOTT is on the
,2de od.patN. Illb Sr N..1b, iSHwdi. to 51M.505 befm e
tea1.4 of 5S.N.2oI, BSte · ·.04k r o 1050. but H.1-Y8.l
pSSog SI55 Sf-r Sl eh 50.thiey mai¶*nd B50B11'EBSS4. 0.
to 00000 for theLh N··rlLo" market.
ITnol bo ahaeae 00 v+Nnoer o~partmel o~h10840500.10 Fat
d010 01. w .5 55 .04.1 the p o0...l cal g.f D. DELIIE1U-4
.bom . 51.00.0. may 0015 .000U..0. ...0.B.04 1810 M.0.d1s.
0B- ...iiI....4i 8.h.404.08 0001..00.
0.05 Sn JO7EPH0 LUONT.
NOTICE TO DRAYMEN.-WepaynoDray
l mu the S hBppBS *BPBu to oHB DH1BlS2 THOMAI
N tONouhor . 0. .00
.HS t2 L Ml. DAL Y A CO.. 41 T.boue~pIB.lu B.
N OTICE TO CARPEiTE IS AND BUILD
ERBB-PATENT BAWED WEATHKRBOA5DINO, b5.0
rmSIa HrJnBd (cot rhPHIflIIy5et Dsen Ti. 00 700 pe.ws04
p L, or BSY14 ·I a 00 5.2 for t55 s ds 1 , lo. l054g555t par.0
.".lit Wss8 rr d border Ah~o. " uroltP-haw ·Ullca1r·
ENOLSE 51t. 41 551ne mr5or sate SI 55h
.41.St STAR !LANINS MILLS, New Suim
MR CHARLES BLACK holds my full Pow.
cIB2AB.1BydOr1eE NySSSE. J712 5. WOLFF.
ATTENTION ILEOMEANY C.ONATION
AL 60 RD61-0. BNIle ao 6anby o 4050 00{t"µ Dt4
RSDNABDY 021dB o s OH EVEr'
of 0. 5.45154'BC0 51 WBZN
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TTENTION RIFLEMYEN! COMPANY~h
H RS>SAY 00V1I7RiN t det0.k, at oh" Armoryiaomoe
ofo H"7la ad 8t. hat". vwet0,0ptil urtherordr r
By *,de of 450 CCptal W. BOZANT, o. . 1404
LT AW AND NOTARIAL NOTlOE.-WY. L.
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Id 55N.05555455505 ss Is51SS. S .d 50005
BIGANKERS.
ýASKING HOU6, 61 Camp str.,t.
WLLOSIS,
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BALQmOzU, SASUVIba,
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D1pLoto la tot.06p". Show a. din *44M auna Mff. e
DlaiwinwrtNty· po..ua·pan ul( Lq M
Dppaiý ý art ae awiaMM at tb. . Of .. p an..
y.... dtpwt i..tjatballwill be asaN~i.b1·o i uaawm
a Y~·lrday.4apaf. M M N..mearly fin Ylwab.
. ¶RfPVU TZCU...
w~t. ii G.,d Jr. A3UM.. J~.
L I,. Rom.,t... WUIf .LIHBLJl..ddaL
N,.04..,,trl~t~. 3.ar . lt.ad1
BOOKS and STATIONERY.
JIrew Orleans Stateoner.' 'are
hoowe,
NO. 60 CAMP STREET.
SCHOOL BOOKS ATD STATIONERY.
W . oEo.a. f tho. p.i..ESgBCHOOL OOKStad ETA
3.00T01 da·.ATIONB 6k Th .Uoo0 ..'.E OIEIE
ROK 0..d "a WOK0,1,1,.Dq.E
'.a~a0f !D OOtO" bUDEt wE. Al. ".E EWMt~a
of L~aW, EDSCAL, T8 ..L05 LT1 Ab ID MU&ýNPD0B
WORKS,3 Oiln A..d,.t of LETIUATEJON.
ART; 1,E.E03..0hXVpýA3.TE0LE 01 ITATONN31iS.
B. S··lloo Booknk aw 11 r U ario~r2,
lhEris N. 0V0.p 0.
E. JOHNSON & CO.,
rTATONErU, PRnTZUS l. BOO.UE ENN,
NO. U CAMP SMTT NEW 03.1315.
BLN 50,0 MED FORMS.
W4 BLANK BOOM Wf mlEu .E.tf md w.,oL,.. t0.0 U..
,0.ot.B..k. R . .aa..d. 0.'. D0..d al'. L.po C
ill b. Pti wDDI is iv. o I 10UNO IN AO
. B O.IN(DIXN AND R01013 EN ALL m VYAKrEnT
"mold in to oabtit. w.00 ..lE00000501
~FA~T 310 O~.W~%~hd.0.0E4 DilL E.pN~oE EO
t.ý UtI lrotl··ira« n
MaahobPlabn, Rwhan, R.IbGMdoaada.,ad OIdan.
Notate. J*o..,.a , n,.d. W wo be- ·ari r ,t..n .
lJ.0io.J3.ODEES. th. ade.4, r. .ELo 0..a. ...o . al. pw..o
of EL. 0E00. t J pupasN '.00 3 0o.0I a nd[ I0
Orulsntm*r '.b at "
JXorria ar way.
CLOTHING.,
CLOTHIERS,
CORNER OF CAMP AND COMMON BTRUU2E,
(rmd~r Ci Hei.)
I! A..p commtoLysA. . SUPERIOR STOCK OF ALL Al
TICLES ft[QUoREDFOR SENTL WSI(L WEAR. N fiply
LeigAton I Barbet,
CLOTHIERS,
S. W. Cmtsr Cmi msd 8. COlrb ,bads,
C-! ..p ,..I.trty md.iodpq,,I .N5,lm.IsC .0 allid. of
.Ntia...ppS.t.i¢ to.. SSIOISE', WirdNob.
Of L10HTON'W PFSKIUtMSHIRSU.-A M l appl loM..
..i.AMe ShiM StRIrta.. ahsd,I,..dsI S.har ·P A...
..dLfyle....,ill.a.A.. themt.S th. ,l moatdIt.tpt... IA.
maolf""idhw, DO5 Sply
CROCKERY.
Crockery, China and GQla.war
Pa. FEL;L & CO., 84 Common stnetW
l..p..i.,. ..p ·od O.. WAI.M. ..d
8.1.BSP IA.d t..D.CA CAN~5~DLE.
1TICES,TA iWA ET ,, D E8
1/' Modl will .M o and tow ), s&l..,.d .A .fE r . .S.
p·ehed ie Ihr ·slnrt meaner. crfo l
DRUGS, MEDICINES.
Druga,.idedtctseeFerfbsaserg, ft,
or Tht .yA.M.r ibsi d ,.peotfsllylll ate .ttwolo. o
P".sen, Fhyitc·.¢""¢ Tmil o to bi" w ell · .moVrL
.. *o,,0 on wi btfR FREIHAN 01At., yb.. Dlt*t
WATER AND MEAD f th..,yb.,t.W.
...- b.CONSRESS, BLBUE LICK. SI.. S t. .1,1
nu.p h POSE HO~ V ESSENCE PEPPESEnc
STULET BITTERS,.I.. P*fON AO RAAnEI
GROCERIES.
11. 55. JJ4WI8,
GROCER,
Coverer ofFrost, ountriesmod Falon .real.
Here -t tl77 w head. WIa and pumpi. .o., uii o(l
pcror f -ml.J u ter tor( cosh pnnr od s the mrt farrcaals terms
UOl STEAMBOAT STOORR.-I-SIUr r ti..ii.. paid to knp-ag 1
y. I ".l..uul I1 be Bets. .i3.1p
WANTED.
C BAMBERMAID WANTED-A Slave or
Fre. WOMON bi oder..od. kuepIn teem.. ii pdrl
order. LAWIA&ONi A KUBAII1 Itom street oli
W ANTED-A TEACHER of the French Lam
gngeaoeP41- g rung I.$!, d. 1.Vol sod I.-M
...OiNiMulp..tf-rid. A tIN ilol. pollwt Mp id. Addn.
'1 f L. F. PARKER. Alou.ndiu, kr
To Housekeepers.
W Th. mat tcmpl.u i..ortetn of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
dO.emgoed.
CHINA,GLASS ANOD EARTHEI WARtE;
SILVER-PLATD AND BRITANNIA WARE;
710O, IRON AND WOODEN WARE;
BRU0H00, BASEETS. WAtTEDKtIVEiS ANDOORER;
LAMPS ANODCHANDELI0RS;
cAST IOON WARE, COoEIOSTOVES.WCC.,ELTC.,
til ,tD1dlai..iuiiy,ud all at ery modiute priO..
.18 tS B BOOWER & CO II C.mp.».ut.
Engravbing of Lecompte.
ir Ctpi..t ofthe wIII. ENGRAVIRN Gt for -)s th ".t. iN.
P.Nub.er. J.0. MoTALLiTER, En.ver No. 40 Cmp.i,
.01p6/Alp11 and at R HALL CO.'8, No. 96 eaII street
Crescent Refinery,
1NOB. 23 AND 26 JULIA STRIET.
0M 506 BARRELS itid 50 bol do obita. SOUGARHOUIE MO
50 oQ.iHed ii hl do iiolN GOLDEN IRhUT, I. itore end ii
W. w abase. VA lm
D R. J. A. DR HART, DmEnITx
4od nkfepprberios~llonwto tke f Wh.
aa= .t muo oN cw OlO1. ld rkllR~oO
l~.bo~r·d luii··ll thew~tmprme
H ieo . i de i . N . ; ioo of i oietOd· O sii i .brao . T h a
o.iogbhtm iitONONi pieoqmy .. ..dtb.utihiiop..oti.
ult. .u(wtoyIiy. ,Omo. Ld d i.4~duiuOiIW iOintWloo
se Hernd Den.g} KBIrodoorei}]Hotmw'.eon.
B*'FULL IIPPER ILTB l! TLmliiwthe w idwlea alpls wi
go uarunltsd b Et fD JIM peel for 01699FAM TOLL B 11
(I~or asd Lowa)Iorham 06P to OgID. ·OIt1W
T HE UDERSINEDduly appointed Agent
of the Old Established
touse ARBOUIN Mtt1KT L
CO.,0r... the .00.0 tbl roped
BRANDIES, tt BOOLL 0M.
PORTOR to the l01000.
POULTOZY BRANDY I.m.
p.op oito to eoonio oJdt tho
*00b~', to 0. *0Lopd dinto to
lowest WOVtt ricest f.r Cor
we.
SUNDIESB
0O bore Star Cndle.;
ItOht'f do do;
9O00 otodo do;
t00.n.. 0100t, totp;
10 bb. Winter o oed Lord O;
bI WeI Ctoh..r ,tw Whbky;
0001.. ..,oo~ul;~ro·ioo·lObto.oqhd W lok. 0.0.by
o 0 01 L SCO,tt ro.,oto ,.
!ROCEajES.-Landing from ships Atlantio.
f iIry7 Hn.O Oro TnnIr, Willym
60 l"5 obeke OOVHEN~ BUTTAI i
tOO 40.t BROOMS;
90 b-61 ONIONS;;
tO tore t00RR5It5o
100 bol0s CUBA SI0118
tn 000. YESoT POWDERS;
100 t..t TUBS:
00 b.-f bunk C0.. RABBORRB
00 qot., bumf. I. OBANBAIOF Ids
100 6.6" MAVA CO0EE0
to o.tSO ROCK CANDO;
IOo bor.. 0SORT0D CANDY;
to Rkg SAL SODA. 1, .ul. by
0. L. STONE & CO.,
000 comer 0,oo.o, ulton .ed 1., e.trbts.
UGAR-800 bbls Crushed and Powdered,
.,u4 a60 hefll fo ro IW by|
6 H . STON'EJ CO.r FWuI.Grd radLe. t.ee*.Wt
GOSHEN BUTTER.-30 firkins landing from
Stu, oft RS . O . ar Ci sedr by
CRPACKNELL BISOUITS
PECANS--First Quality Texas, for sale by
I ARD OIL-60 barrels warranted Winter
8 JStpý LAONDAIS &CCtT4h0uit .kt.
FOR SALE-814 tons Red Ash Egg Coal, to
9 uriv o. AhW. HYNSON a CO,. C.s .m L
EXCHANGB-Fifteen Thousand Dollars on
A.NDtL, 8 ht.o nq"1d e fSon o.ob.
.,6 S. H. K0555y & CH, t T.Mhý.5i40 ..,..4
PORT WI.E.
10 q,...a.L,,a..d .. oots Podrld
d0 do. D.I4o'R Pt W.L;
5 do.· OtLo.bdOD do. Lah
N&ILS--00 kegs Agawmn, aasorted sizes,
for l· 0, s.1 KEtNNY i CO. ISToboppldy ite1
S I&UTBIE AND OLAET--500 ease.
NISl. O.NVa5 EaCO.C . .1 .t.4 N3w T4.s.
C ANDLFI-800 half and qusxterboxesStar,
i, . ;y w5,75sP LANDIS a TO.18nre, ,.
LtUR-- bbil Superne St. Louis. for
F .w by Sa KINNIDY C CO;ItToh.-pltsado. anat5.
SAIWItN.-b-20 oases new.
s ll.r COvSE C blNAO. e. o lu d N.w LI.
ILOUR-o2I bbli Thsaer's Extra landing ex
SIB s..D'IKra ClO7 TAj4SSIs..r
"DV rsrs o' .. .,.ý- 1dpi01G
HAEtDW'AZN KIN0EAWf `,f
Ir a le a or 'a B B; g .nD Y , .. :,
Hare ipt6uº rr ý 1nribf-, :,:
J. W. C- ;
FOEUT +N AND ]DOE m J #AUU.
saIe CffAfDLsat, STUimv" USU!
Fs -1Týý4r i7arefs.- ~ G i -
MV&a mt. tx sri, n..rr.
C"&. (7. "Se 9 Ca.
Importers and Dealers fe
logines sAH DOanoIW
888 E$8, ay rnLRf ''
HAVI IN WP'ORU AND AID COJSTAN ILY
asesens. manor saw Ina areawasr
O.saLprckardl.~.;t CW'011s.Ift 'ýW
oV5nr rcb&5.'5.; cassd u
asuwk.d Dl..5..bs; A. Hi'sss tdOIM~ica;,
Sla.4p fd(bul lwi..dq51 {"
G'5MSCsnsfldss.; Ce1tsad W.5
Nd.sa.d HhtV.; 1.s s -4'aw ms,,~
m Was; Hedgi.'. C.Ot
WTap thsr Nth a la. omrso at .1 )Aso: 00MAl. h
Ossgsnhls' eh~ roy:yºM ~ .M,4. .5a., aShs
.......d~tl gtfpw. p IgI.
HO'Ma
.Egu>* lre, SSIa* Re *1M
aeeie re, be.we revs -n p UtS3
Y t U, .
Ya~s oir m has br rrrdb tbhp'0p iLokmd b
b·& Vý ·Lr ticctfa aa
M st a.. .I
HATS, SOTS, SHOW
D'.Er.y # -
A HATTEgI., AI
Wholesale and Retail,:;
CORNER CsaNRL,..tD C *3r8ZAEZTB.
[)DTS 42OF AND4, *4. .S.. ..
No~r r º Y L· IpUalbo· l. iºt":~6 r ?;4 _sýb M IN
PCU..LM SHOE JOICnt~t and~
?C.., Namb ...4 an km... e.d 4b.2 DAVID
.*dOR ICO!a Tl.AN 4A .2f.
WAT NOTICE-Hatters ad Peel, M-zi
crmN~~a von918,
..4 ,47.4.242 C..22,.4..2.....221,,422 291
he~br tt'ro mmtr m.1.4k
trace. PýYYD TATO I4 8 21A..
N'.4 244 291o9d wn sY A.1.V,
Dr~rtarlbm#C. ! n dCkm ny r
I d mI mltet -Hetor3 a! )OT W h$ nE
1YA 8,oY .131,43 wh1. totrt . wlh II. o*. w
stork arY m Vlts C wAh t erah f +t dew. t. P sýý9.
ý l PYA1ý~kT016OD~Eý i.. nur f C." .
JEWELRY.
Hyde S Goodrich,
CORNER Of CANAL AND ROYAL. SRIZES.
SILVERWARE AND DIARIE JEWELLRY.
LONDON AND ORNEVA WATCHES;
PARIS JEWEIRY; FINE CLU OLEDR SUNS;
PLATED WARD. CUTLDIY LID FANCY SOODS.
Dw BlA.,br WIAI1 *aphngod A. Vi.Ad B-di g. W.hNh N
p.7ti.. ]4uet·nfwieFIlwel7ýhIltiiFyBle·rw·r ra ardar, tog..b
-d Caud Printig, Har BD diagA.d Elm.S.VAR AAIAE.O
aID I~tp
FINE WATCHE8 JEWELRY, m.o
&FCRa FORKS LFYADLES CASI
SILO ~CYiNE ROF LtIN'S FINd FRRtVI
maraura
IadtjUaa, .TPsaF.-TETRUlbrS.a..
nln Plm...lin , h.la * Ip..1r ."i B 0
MUSICAL INSTRU tENTS.
Piano Fortes-Plano Forte..
K. IEHRKR3ACE,
No. 117 Cowl .e LA. Carww d St. Ckhida abuw,
Has reached a en, 1p of OGiuA
tQU&3Zmld PCOW r? o mi. t.p
tet t, PdimMq. at d L~Ciel, A.tiCm·
OW. At ..dMH iow a. etalyga. as .
Md' .. hG.md Altors RlWmet.t .ttetaul
4Y Aý1 PM¢.. w dD))tw ae loly ýt n ..1.~t r~r
of wly M. FLRCAtCULI. 11 CGoatmi t.a.
PAINTS.
JEW! JERSEY ZINO PAINT.-The sub
Je...y ht..e. mhpy, a - w ike bf.a.tA.r~ e $Ied
,aet.ae~edtetao teet. tert d Ib Olit . .ktp hy Nw
tha. w~w whets, StowaM V'ww Cohn.. Poredl~
m7 h -., Sett ..ttaCURY ee.. apDtt
'Wi 0.. aooa BWY eQ at .tcmp et.
WINES, LIQUORS.
S AZERAO BRANDIES. -- The mbsoribers,
t m. a,00w .ad impeiMn im'"ti d It. .db0.bd
LAZAI 3UA515f, ke.pe.tot..tlytm buod~atmfeld
1qrrmt Mmlewem lae. u wdl a Lr~gM+H, ei l. Nt·
111, 111s4troLtali~d L LZMaIate 00 Aetit. "Ha
ittif Dan ~ iitbon .Pan .M d(h·ad aceL..
CHOIGE WksEB AND L1QUOR.- BDAN
Dlis-..meeftImiottae..fof IltNtf mm.ad N=t4..
iaN,dwttag mtt~iOW~te,D.ptyd tiAun.ei~~habmW.iND
mted i w tmtxm Oa DotWaemh~e Ba~th N f, il
1.wua.ami f'esaaoadamj. iN'aw.BaiPe
p Hva.l OO~t~nELEHR. ortcri4P*s
s..aaif sllgollk5,
WeUtuuwl o hal
1:; W.OOLEB, Imppateanr DA. i
y' BRAND t6. V~i0, COubIM aidAY lL
.eiomth. ooa~ F NI a dliPplebh wit '4d
,orbawnill haat·taralattisMtrW te.t~ý.
Ut.akthe/ ý'waaDtao.atoe.dhe.Yat . m~
ADDLE TREES-80 doen varions kinds,
fr,..l. y E. M. DAIAY " C .,a n.Th.., pe'. i t 11 ,
SILOUR-0'bbIs Superfne, landing and for
A. .l a M. DAL *LLY A c.1l Tkk.tploWlt1..t
MACKEREL-In hhls, halves, quarters and
1kittOr. by Hr L STO.r ra o.
d arr. rlliu.nr-.-l,, . " ,WLL
WHISKY-100 harrels Flether's extra, for
erl. .1. SEPH LA.atXS CO. j Tbspd.
EXCHAN GB ON BOSTONG-CheckaonGan
cc a.v
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