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''lllMw(lB.t)ar.i , ' H'u. f-r-i-jjiuKii . t-Trtr will WILm, i mj m '',.! illM'l i ,(,(,,.htf.i jiiimii.-, n.,i.i i, i, I i!f)iilnttf and ll nnll wbli h w lei nib ii f' H'1"!. I "' l't i 4i I l ji li wiih-i'n i.tfn M'ii.I , r'irri d im nr llni l"tvn of V1- In; id r. 'Mn fit'it r of fnhih, ton-' 'v wiT muJ hvoniMit, 'in il,.. ii it,,iitif that I I ''. MfH (i'k"li ic!t. Hil l lU'"K M lllM'M ill' If l''illflf ll i( I III III" ilolH', (do U i ff ((.! tiei'ii, nir lit" ii jio.Mif pr. ruling , j-Min't. Iluvlntf v;imlT" I (fil of llio w iy li? j"t Iml iiii'laflci' throe d iy rb try ndveiiiiiio in ill" wil.lt nns, J tih at liisl, went y mn fit Ic, louiul her 111110,1111,1 her Iiu-I).i!i I a (oi'i'M1! A'ilif? nimble In mh farther, flirt ent j f'. r IJol ou U the Ii uo til a fii'ih-1 it)f. some hcvrn ur eight niib-e off. l'.r u-tittlniice. Tito litllu follow, Mtoitly af or his ariivnl at (he fiicndly roof, tltiini;l previous itickurNS mid piesent excitement beyond his year, became ill, mi I before lie could (oil liis tile, ho died I A few days nftei wards t!.e liouse was visilt d. vheindi! de plorable sight! along side of the fa ther were found the do;td brdies of his wile and remaining ton! The (ah? is short Lut true; they all perill ed through 6!atvation! The tear, of sympathy will freely, flow wlvn re counting such events. .... Printing was invented at Mentz, by Guttemhurg, 14 10 It was introduce d into England in 1 171. Who ran es tiuvile the value it has been to the hu man race? .':"..! '. An old picture represents a king fitting in state with a lalie!, ! govern 1111;"' a bishop with a legend ''1 pray for all;" a farmer drawing forth re luctantly a purse, with the inscrip tion,"! pay for all." .. " Diligenco isthe mistress of?u.ccs- Constantly pumiing hU .taLvjhe m iuse cuts off the cable. It is the madness of folly to expert mercy fro ;n those who refu.-e to. do justice. Working in coal pits is called "la bor in vein. ' OSrlloNESTV, -In these days, we hardly know of a more decisive test ofClu t3tinn principle, thnn strict fideli ty in rendering to all their dues. Timo bus been, 'when martyrdom was perhaps the best (est of Christian character, but honesty seems now to be likely to claim the highest place a.noiig the Christian virtues, inas much as it is the one which is the must difficult to be'xercised. K' OirMAJfAOEMENT. You will al ways observe one thing among inte rior women. Tlvywill make -more noise in endeavoring to keep their chil dren quiet than the children them selves, atid yet the little ones will be forever in an uproar while a . wo rn in of intelligence not only keeps her family quiet hut herself also 03" When the soul is ready to de part, what avails it whether a man die on a throne or in the dust. , , 03-Good Advice 4No man can aver borrow himself out of debt. If you wish for relief you must work for it. You must make moro and spend less than you did when you were run ning in debt. You must wear hontc SjjUa instead of broad -clolh drink wa ter instead of Champaign, and rise at four instead of seven. Industry, frugality, economy these are the hand-maids of wealth, and the sure source of relief. A dollar earned is worth ten borrowed, and a dollar sav ed is woih forty times its amount in worthless gewgaws. Try this cheine it is much Letter than to depend up vn B mk favors, and a thousand times more honorable than a resort to the bankrupt law." '.'".. OrChritianity teaches us the endu rance of misfortune; it encourages its votaries to triumph in adversity, and inspires the soul with joy in the hour of affliction. v- ; i I A Beautiful toast. One of the finest toasts we have ever read, was given by Mr. John Fitzsimmons on the 4th of July, at Pittsburgh. ' Iiy John Fitzsimmons. Whinq ton Providence left him childless, that the Nation might call him Fa ther. 1 ' Too Bright. l,Boy, why don't you go to school?' "2?y.kase, sir, dad dy i afeerd il 1 1. im every thing now I shan't have nothin; to lam : when I goto the ,cad'iy.u .t'1'lj ji'-'i lh' llll'll i. Mil WliilI'M ii;ri'i lit Vt r liolnfi it t f nil. in) fed In. t'!lll llli ((iMi'r'M I t' Mil. 'I lil'J , 'tiil h llnl ittt llptil II -i l.yj il'MWII Illli l ilK II, Hiiil llit'ii fe.iiljll. I .1 tiif Tiiiiil 'ii t "tdiiii', iii ii y In In Villi to 1 1 1 n il)'ifniiitli nf KiMt'iniii an I Ilia linn in i'ienn nl it"! i iiuiuy. JiiCkn II lip " Th" iruih l',M thrtu ( ii'it mil' WOid of tiiilll III till fib vt M'htei C , ii niiy mm may i!" I.y iffereiMn di the pri.V ijon of Dm 'tiiMpl'iili n nt t. Hit w linn fu re lol'.r" i" mm i M" ,irtli'l itnllif) ni.'t.t Iruihliil lliltt pi imt in th" Sintf, nnd wo i an t.nlvnt- ir.butf lt (h't irluri' from ih path ofj rc t It 11 lo if ItllC, to tilt! h fprn.tniJ ofj the cniKu In which it is engaged. Tub wv to Umkik n'K.The fol lowintr u tod one is told hv a ('ata rangut (iV. Y.) papcr:--''A fmiily consisting of n in in nnd his wifi-, wltii three email children, paused thiough our villag'f on foot, s Tuesday, on their way to PI atMmrj.h. They came fioni Indinna, and had travelled over i-cven hundred miles on f ioll- Their wholo effects were slowed in a wheel b irrow, the youngest child ns tride nf them, which was wheeled by the man, as they trudged on their way; and all seemed far more" happy than many ,a cottager,"-.? Clour ier. . . MoaniviNo the Flesh. The 'Foreign Correspondence" of the Richmond Enquirer sa'y-: tll)r. pnsey and his wife frequently have the most elegant dinners served np and placed on the table: after set ting down they immediately rise, without eating a .mouthful, and order off dinner, by way of minifying the flesh." ; Quite likely; but what is done with the dinner? Is it wasted, or given to the poor? L dger. We should be tnoriijird exceeding ly to be found guilty of doiiig so fool ish an action as that recorded of the Reverend Dxtor and his lady. .(. Courier.- A Wellhrism" " You carry your head higher than your old , daddy," as theCrotoa river said tothe fountain " Where have you been t his wi.ek?"' "Mel I've bfcen fishing-" "Catth anything?" "Yes, a cold." "When; were you, last night?" "Ducking." "Get an)? ' "Yesone." "Where?" "In the river." How?'' "Tumbled in." - UMijMft tlllllii H'littO J'I'llly liltl til. ! I I'MM I t , KiVtf, t, th! I'Mfl III' !y I III' (' I . Il , ( ft I l I C'l I I'll ft lid ft t. lie ,f jliM', I I..W f I n' ill J 1 ( lil It nil 'm'ii I ,l .1.1,11 tflM'.Mj I't'J'f'.f'fl Mlid ( f't'llT I ii"ltil iiilm'ter of llir " tili-l in a J m 4iiiiti will mi U n ii iiiiin nr. tin e on I h It "s i f r Im i J f I r ihi 1 1. pii), t.ul h i t f, lut ii mm.. i.pleiii .Milk, im il ijii'I Mly w. rll.y m V I'lttiMtoi'-M it .....in. i .. i . . i , . . . fc imi'i win iiiaun Hi iir.ini e on Hi" ' "j m i r im i n Villi III'., aiiil lidvneile lh i laiina S. II. -Ml IiiMm Ii i I J.mm t-'. !i,ii'M' ft.i lh I'r. i 1- i" .an I ad 'm- -(! in In.. I y , Mild 1,1.1 1 Win i. Hi' II v I .f 1 1. n it w I'rt ild. in y, mihject lo th" irriimi i f a iViiiliiiinl CoiiVi ii'ioi., I'l Ii.- I i ll I i'l May 11 1 1. 'I II" pit t ill Mn il ii ! nr iiioniim to imm ivry i-jt' iT'in in p i im at lii- i y piijn r DIED, In this village, on Satur day morning, the 26th ult., Mr. Eli za H., consort of Walter li. Lucas, formerly of Alabama. We learn that the deceased had been long under the afflicting hand of disease, previ ous to her visit to our town, whither she hid been brought some few weeks previous to her death, by her now disconsolate husband, in the hope, from our healthy climate, of her being restored to heal.h. but alas! her disease had gone too. far. AllelFortsat restoration proved una vailing, and she bid adieu to earth, and ha9 gone to that undiscovered country, from whenca no traveller has everyet returned. ; JAMES B. MEEK, DEALER IN DRY GOODS, &c LOUISVfLLE MIS3. L. KEESE & CO. DEALERS I.N DRY GOODS &c. LOUISVILLE MISS. JAMES M. HUDSON, DEALER IN GROCERIES &c. LOUISVILLE MISS. MILLENTAL HARBINGER. We have received privately, from the Editor and Proprietor, Alexander Campbell, 5 numbers up to May, ofj volume 7," which may be examined by application at this office. The subscription price of the work is $2, in advance; or, within 6 months from the time of subsciibing, or $2,50 at the end of the year. We have a pros pectus, at our office, and would be pleased to order the paper to any who would wish to suhscribe. J. J. T. PROSPECTUS ' Or the second volume or rns LOUISVILLE MESSENGER. The present conductor of the Mes senger, believing that the publication of a Democratic paper in this part of the State is important to the party generally, and is of much utility to the citiiensTriespective of paitics, respectfully proposes to continue its publication, should he meet With a in piMi r (' ri i th r lit' ("ii fling In ill lead' r im of ill i,e in Hit! Soiilh-MOit. lie em, e lit noliiilt mi hi'Mf-ne ol .palroimuo, without wlmh il will he illtfii Hilill! tti Uol.lillUO lis pillilll tlliuli. The piieo of suh.sciiplio i will ioii tinui' at tho low r.ilp til !j 2 per unmim in ndvaiM tl, or 11 at the eiidofihf year; and Im Ijindate.d to b'l.tvo that i io i iliz ii of the country would bo o blind lo Lis own iutenl, to nailer thi paper tlii'Oiitiinied fir co Siiiall a triilo. lie wmild tako it ;h tl special favor if any person in the. country would act us agent for the paper, in obtaining subset ilteis, fr which services they shall he allowed one copy for every fivo cosh subset i hers they may oht.-tiu; and by su doin:, they will greatly contribiit to enh tnee the value of the paper, and thereby render it more ficcep:nble to an intelligent community. JOHN J. THOMPSON, Editor t Proprietor. Louisville, Mi. June 3, 1 S 13. J. R. COLON'S" GREAT NEWSPAPER OFFICE, Jind Periodical li'io' Slo?e, No. 203 i CHESNUT tTRtCT. (Opposite Jones' Hotel,) J. R. C. respect fully calls the atten tion of the public to his extensive as sortment of Novel?', New spa K rs and J. II, OI.ON, jn'M Cl,itiiif Sir it, I'ntudt jitii i, I'rnth J"lv 15. Jui 7 I I f I l,l.lt'i Mi Mil,, nf (U, AltllMI , S tl l.liV t .'.ulit.li I Mil H. A MmiIM; f.n.lif.' t iMHMi, i tit' 11. f,lr, A II" J Stl ,111. Mini ( li.liil.l J , I ri.-ra.ll' 'I l, i.i'.A. lilirl. nriinrit H.r lif " I l.n lull'. VNmM 1.1 Kii.IiIiiii Mint l.iti titi.ilr," linviiig ,tir i li"i K. Himri.,,'Aiil, Mm 1 1.1 1 . I'. i.ik," Im'.i. in.itiiiir llii. I i.ik on IN lint ul J tine, mil i nii'iu; ii'".r,Min Ii t h I !in! Cinpl. y thr lil.'iniy hiiH mli'll'! .kill ul li.illi j liij. U, niui . '.itii.Mii- lit -ii i.pi'iilntf ini'im, Ii ill lift hl.nl I ! I I. II il I VH ll'lttU, ni.'l ill Lr ll'lllir ll Hit . Ill nut l rl'(4lll Itllil jlltllflf . It il nihil' ,i ililiiiu ulurd m,i ,i 0 1 if me 1 1 1 , tu ..) t I y i,ntl lti'flilniii, t , il fiiil.t III. lulu fii'litni, Antl hi. nliir, it l.tf mi c iiiuli-lf , n I lint iii, nt which it will tit I'lihlihlm,) will be ci.iiiMititivt'ly im Iiih,. Unit II niuti .(it-Mily li'i iiine u'i iiIiiiii iiI hi llin cpiitro tnlilfl of every laily of tH.t j fur no utlur )i riudicu I n ill hum ifcsi!iily n't.iilf(l to the i-x, fir ciin nvl ii in I cIk'hihiCm, knn.'B mill utility, Tim i rfuiltir ir..iii-iiiiiit ol liir iri.)iiet.ir, liirh -nubl hi.n to lu lliis, Uhl now tin i-tiilnl. l)y the purch iku i f " I'lu! Atiikt," ho icurt' tin' m-rm.e ol F. Q lain-, in I he oi iiamciital l t- pn rl in -1 1 1 of I't tt;r oii'h Itniik, titid tlie lime of llu artist will I'tTn altt'f br tlfvtilfil In i!eii;iiiiiij ttml executing ori i:i,il f m t" I ! i s.1) 111 r 1 1 ts f.ir lilt) ttcv lii.tH'iiiit', ill a ul' iil)()ii.(:i..ili'iHBtl iiiivi.lty ami bi'Biily. Tli. fB emri'llitttimrnts will cnuit of em!).)seJ Hiil r.nlorvil (lovi i'is, lncu paitrrn, riubtoiriery. Colore.) tiinia. Fanciful ttexin!., hlhiilinib, lan.l icitpi't ill j.'lirvi., ami fluwt'ri and picture! irinl etl in color, in exact imitation ul' naiuie, an uit as vet ifcit i in the WurM, p.ml known only by Ktu,trre INi other inacime can Dave any. rivmry Kith us in the novelty ami siilen l.ir (it of these i'intnliislimeiit8, whnsa jinj-ularity may be known from the fact that Mr. (inarn-, nhila proprietor uf the Artist, could nover tiipply the lieiuuiutt for his pectiliiir (Jiign., hi time being too nun Ii ocnipiett with the oiiRitius tluiicg ol publisher. W ith hisundiviilert energies rlevoted to the ptctoral illustration of nur work, he may beroj!ii.iMeil to far outstrip even ilia lormtir biil liaut efforts. In order to cninhine every variety or illustration, v e sliull furnh also a series ol Mr, I in. i. !,r .il ii. d Inii llli'i n fV r r.t H: ii..ir wih hi f.ifi lOit'.l (r f",, j 1:1 it . 1 1 I r 10, () , ','fiit'ple, im I nur, ii (Ji.Mi.int t.f.!')nr 1 1 i t vi til hfl III Itlf. I'llUili'l H tiUlM in m. vn! tl". Mill o I'n 1 1 1 p t U ii,ik( Unki will I." t.ilwu nt pur. Ivlilo V Im Will (;ivc IhW .rti;if i. IM t it" or mure iiierliou mil (, , n. liili'd in rei i ivi! i tu' Vt hiint' withal III! r-1 lit f i (C. I'.niiii isiera nro riuiied hy mr to leiuil nuiiiey fiei' oj piMliiu. Tli'l fiii inU fifiim tilint'o nn- ii 'peelfully ri j'i( f'.eil t'i n-mt In oliluimn; Mlh Mj iheM. ll ii k iitiinrers or Vi.lumvs cuti Ii" had. CiiniwntMiMlintni on htihir.n fur tliu papi-r, initv I t) itthlnm d to CVt8mnn Sliepiinl, Uoehcsltr, New Yorlc. J.ni. 1813. MagiizintS, COtllpI isillg all the princj- j SHiiain' tpii'iulid meotiuta These have prov pul i'erioditali and popular Newgpu- exii'nsivt:ly nnd perii.iinciitly oj,ular; eii.t m-ra unrl ll ihf Hi,.n Xi-visl. ... ! notwitiista.i.ling their rostliness e ehallcnmin. goon as issued. The ureat amount of huniness with I lie to u?e thorn. - We shall, therefore in addition fn M r. Onn ri-i-is prtitipltiklinipttta . niihlisli. in mv l -v - - frymuinber, a nif-z.ntiiit or line or stipple entti the diilcrent Published, fully enuhles V"t exec"'( vv 't. y ,J",,helle, V'.i ' , . r , J Jackiiian, Welsnii Walter, and other of the hl)n to Oiler Cieilter inducements to ; firsl Hrtisuin the country. Nor U thin Fitch subsci ibeis Ulan the ruo.ishcrs them selves. tniM'th, a plate of the latest Parisian fashions, liandsoiiiuly eolojed, will lie given... 7n this iie- larti.irnl thi,,. u iM ho nn fl.n..Titeiil irt.n... Among the Magazines and ieVS- J ,., bVe hen. mtererl into, bv which Mad- papers tliat 1.6 IS Audit fjl", arc the . omeQuarre will nhiaiti the fashions in ativnnce iinni uotinoii mm rant. ui ins iiirivtu oi me mT o i.i ll.ia mt.i.pw .ti.v u, 1 1 ). i ... ...art 11 ly u ii I'nen , end in order to in. urn speeri in tins department, Ibo time of puUkaiim will be fn m I the I6tii lo the -Oili of the month, preceding the line for which the number dated. We fhall f. .1 t,.,illni viz: Ladies' Wrwath Pierian, ui Youth' MiiKitxine, , , : ' . I Lowell Offering . I Farley Magajiine I Mi'rry' Museum 1 Dollar Weekly, I '. I Chnstiiin Mitgnzine I Mother'' Magazine, J Christian World ' ' 1 Anflo-Ainer, Mag. 1 Weekly Meener I 50 Mis Leslie' Mag. 150 jatuiday Courier " Museum " ost 2 World of Fashion -Fhrenolecical Journal "2 Alaenet . . V'afikee Notion & Weekly Tribune 2 London Obseiver 1 Star's Magazine 2 Lady' Look 2 Graham' Magazine , 3 Lady' Companion 3 Lady' MtiBical Libra- rj 3 a 3 3 Brother Jonathan New Woriil aoton Notion ; tVei'kly Herairt " Courii'i and Enquirer : 3 .New Muror 3 Law reporter . 3 Rover, a V tekly M::gazilifl 3 Dublin University ; Magiiiiine 4 Southern Literary JUtsetgcr - 3 Knickerbocker ' 3 North Ameiioaii Re- View 5 Si Limaii's Journal 5 Journal of t he frank lin Institute ' 5 Cninpbcll's Vaga- cine o American Jtirirt 5 Hunt's i?nztio 5 Little's ,7.i.-fuin 6 Daiiv Ht rali 6.26 i. Courier X: En quirer 10 Also, the London Quarterly, Edin burgh, Foteign Quarierly,and West minster, S3 each, oi the 4 togeil.erfor $8; three for $7, or two for 5. ; Pirsons remitting the yearly sub scription price for any ot the above periodicals, which amounts to 3, will roceive one dollars worth of the.ap novels, or other Books; or hy remit ting $5 for 2 of the above $3 works, they will receive a dollars worth of cheap books; or by remitting the sub scription price for any two periodicals that the suUciiption price is 3, or upwards, will receive the same pre mium. Auy person remitting the subscription price for any periodical that the subscription amounts to more than 3, will receive a complete copy of Scenes in Indian Life. All communications must be direc ted, post paid, as above. SCENES IN INDI AN LIFE. A series of Designs, I'lusttatiiig prominent events in the Life of an In dian, from his infancy to his doath, during the hostile incursions ofanotlv er tribe. Designed and elched in out line engravings, by Felix 0. C. Dar ky. The first number of the above work was published on the fust of April it will be completed in five tr.outhly numbers. Each number will be quarto size, and contain 3 spirited e ngravings, on fine paper making 15 in nil. They will bevaccompan''ed wiAi letterpress descriptions, from the pen of an able writer, neatly stitched in a hanJ-omc maintain the supremacy on th is point, which v a paineil by The I.nrty'a World of Fashion, Hint which made it every where, in inuitei nffashion the staiidurtl nuthnriiy. Term. The terms will be nt the low .rice nt Two fiollars, por iinnurn, in advance. Clubs will be ftitnisheti with 3 copies for five dollars, or!! tfopie for 10 dollars. To any one who will piorure 20 dol'ats, shall receive 16 copies of the HjoIc and n sph ndid work mtilled 'Ceuis of An and Beauty,' and a Popular Novel. AUtliess, C.J.rElERSOJV No. J8. Chcsnut St., Pliittldalbia. PROSPECTUS OP THE NEW GENMiSSEE PARMER .J XP GARDEMWS JOUKjVL, VOLUME IV. FOR 1843. HENRY COLEMAN, Editor for the 1-t quarter, and M. Ii. IVvteman h.r the remainder of the vear. rUBLlSHED hv C. F. Ckossuan & E. ynEPARi), Rochester, N. Y. SIXTEEN LARGE pages monthly, enlarged nnd improved, for $1 per year in ril vance. The charae'er of the Gennefsce Fanner loth old and new, has bei n well known, and its ability and use fulness universally applauded. Pub lished in one of the best farming dis tricts in the world, nn in one of the finest business diliesin the growing wes', the very home of active industry and inlellij;ence, where industry and mechanical talent of the highest or der, are concentrated, no pains will be spared to make it all that such a paper should he. . Under' present arrangements, Mr. Coleman is expected to continue in the Editorial Department for the fust third of the year; and whenever he retires fiom its supervision it will pass i:no able and competent hands, who will do justice to the paper and its subscriuers. Mr. Betcham, as travelling agent and correspondent, designs lo spend most of his time among the farmeis, observing theis condition nnd opera tion", and his contributions will be both interesting and practical. With these asrangements, the proprietors eel assured that the long rend friends of the Gennessee Farmer, will not de sert the paper; but will iie their in fluence to extend its circulation and usefulness. The proprietors will use their ut most endeavors to concentrate the best talent in their management; to have .PROPOSALS. f ffMIH friendt of primitive chrisii JL unity propose publishing in ilia town of Columbus, Mississippi, a semi-monthly, to bi: called Devoted to the Liter es!s of the christian irptitntion, in its 'lposloiio puritij and primitive sirnpliciiu: having in view no, design, o;hcr than the best interest of the community, and the honor of God. Upon such a subject, guided by such motives, we cannot but indulge ardently, the hope of great and good success; at the same time promising, to use our best exertions to secure, in an eminent degree, this so desirable s an object. The main design of this periodical is to disseminate biblical intdligt nee. in an unvarnished, though chaste and respect able style, through this State , and sister States; as fir as it maybe"' by the liberality of the public, per mitted lo wield an influtnee. The following items may be. in brief noted, as prospectively holding a claim upon our labours, and entitled to Unions attention and full and freo diseu-sion: - - .1, 1st Simple expositions of the relic ion of Christ as taught by the Apoa-, ties.... v ; .' - . - J. Christian i organisation, cr the government and discipline of the Church. ' r 3J. The most successful scriptural manner ol preclaiming the Word. J 4ih, The vaiious interprttations of prephecy, especially those bear- ing upon the second coming of the Lord. 5th. News from the Churches. Cth, Instructive miscellany, and re ligious poetry. . - n 7th. Such discussion?, as from the character of the patties, tbe manner of discussion, add the subject discus sed will he likeloto result in good; for free discussion and liberal and enlightened investigation 6hall ,be our motto. None need therefore ap prehend any dUrespect at our hands, not even opponets, who present us with chae, condensed and well writ ten communications. ; . ' .1 Every thing like invidious scurility and vulvar sarcasm which hayc been too long tho disgrace of the press, and the curse of the community, will be sedulously avoided. - . j - All important foreign and domestic intelligence of a religious chnractej, will roceive fiom us merited atten tion, . . . . Columbus has been selected as the site of nublioation, because it concen trates more advantages than any oth er. " ' In conclusion, we respectfully soli cit the aid of all ' the brethren and friends, who may feel competent and inclined to favor this laudable project Let your communications be short & pithy. Ail communications fortius wcrk" addressed post paid to "Tho Disci? pie, Columbus Miss., will meetwrth prompt attention. . Terms 1 50 to be paid upon re-, ceipt of the fust nun ber. Usual per centum allowed tQ a-, gents. JAMES A. BUTLER,, - GREENE HILL, JAMES H. CURTIS, Conductors of tbe publication. March, 23th IS43. CO-JOB WORK, OF EVERY WITH NEATNESS, AND DISPATCH, AT THIS : ' OFFICE. ' -' -aaii "i"iuLinjy. mmmwmfm