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WljsNE I)AD Ytt::::.:: t:: t OV 5,1, r1, .
Tint Nvels or Waanu hrsn Poy
aImr.-Men rarely know the mean
leg of the word 'rch,.' It in a re
lative word, implying its opposite
'poor,' as positively as the word
'north' implies its oppositei 'mouth.'
Men nearly always speak and write
sI if rilchen were alhurolte, land it
were possible, I,)y ,llowing certain
selentiflo precepts, for every body
to he rihb. Wht ess riches are a
power like tlhat of electricity, act
9I1 only through tie ineeualities,
or negations of itself. the force
of the guinea you have in your
pocket depends wholly on the de
fllt of a litnes in your neighbor's
pocket. If he did not want it, it
would te of no tuse to you ; the de
gree of power it pmiAsesse' depend.
soenraJ.ely upon tmhe n.-ed or desire
be his felt for it ; and the art of
making yourself rich, in the ordina
rt mnerentile eonnomint's isense, in
thieffre equally and nernuarily
the art of keeping your neighbor
poor. An accumulation of real pro,
perty in of little noe to its owner
unlmes, together with it, le has e-' o
mercial power over labor. ThaI,,
sppose any person to be put in
possensson of a large estate of fruit
lot land, with rich beds of pold in
Its gravel. countless hesrdls of atl
tie in its patst ro ; houses and
gardens, ind st(o.rehosen full of
eseful stores; hlit suppose after
all, that he cnld et 1.n servants
In order that he nIsy ie lble to have
servants sonme oine in his neiglhbor
hoku must ibe lpiiri, a1nI i want ,of
his gold orhii corn. Asutme that no
one is in watirto either, and thait no
servants aret to ie had. lie mt.st
therefore bake his own broad, nmako
his own lothes, phlow his own
rounld, and shepard his own tl,'ks
lis gold will be am useful to hint
as any other yellow pebbls on his
estate. Ills stores must rot, for
be cannot consume them. He can
Nat no more than any other man
snete eat, i wear no more than
other man could wear. lie meat
lid a ti1t of severe and common
labor top semese ordinary ocjn
fom~h will be ultimately unable
to kee iter homses in repair or
ei is eultivation, and forcedi to
eoatest himelt with a poor man's
portion of eottage and garden in
th midst W a desert of wasto land
trampled by wihl cattle sid oen
aoSred by ruins of palaces whic'h
he will hardly mock at himself by
onaling 'his own.'--JIo t KRwki.
RuItasswtol or Co.t.uromms.--The
New York lerald, of the 10th in
stent supposing that the Coulleetrs
of Customm st Charleston and F.r
Ieadina, Florida, had, as was rum
erd, resigned, proceeds as follows
to tell what the effects of such a
step would be :
No sssel coo, therefore, at pre
sent, be regularly lealred from the
port of ChbaLton or any Florida
port. The United States statute
of 9d March, 1199, (Brightly's l)i.
gat, p. 349,) doclares that no vs
sel shall sail for any foreign port
without being regularly cleared by
the proper United States officil,
and impose a Bne of $p00 on asy
captain who violates the law. The
statute would seem further to Cu.
thoriss thei goveranat to compel
ay vtsel attempting to sail witb
out a clearance to return to port
Istehy. Assuulug,. however, tast
this were not enfsorced, and that so
attempt were made by the United
Stats Government to interfere
with the sailing of vessels without
clearances beyond collecting the
ie of *500, a much more serious
dlculty would arise when ay aon
sleaed vessel reaucbhed a foreign
port. The laws (othe United States
-which are similar in that resp-t
to thos of Oreat Britain and France
-declare thaLt no ship can be eo
tered at a port to unload without
a elearance from the port whence
shea sailed, and that the master of
a forein lplrsel who fals to pro
daue hi eterance within forty
eight htd~ e r hi. arrival shall
be Iue ~m more than $9000 nor
less than $600. In England this
rule is strictly carried out. When
a few month siuace, as American
vmsel appeared at the port of Liv
erpool with a clearance from Me-
phis, T7eess*, she was mied by
the authorities u s sespiciouos crat
sad was only relasled on the af.
dait of the American Consul to
the effgect that Milphis was inre
sltty--what the iritish ocialhs
would set believe-a port of etry.
Is view of thess dblmltis, one ci
the leding ashieeng h**s *sso
city has this lay telegrghPdt
Chrleston agent to buy me
acotton bills until this queeth0 -
learnoe be satisactorily stled~i.
WmI Theren ia ra l ulnl
1Itnme4 s petld ne, aunmerously
signed, have resied the f(overnor
sinOl his return to bk fS ',eltive
I)mlle, at the Capitol, Tlhey have
Ibeen snt, handed anwl thrwn
at him. Comn:itteen with regular
spokesmen, all regulamly aldged to
indioste their sincerity, have wait
ed on him, slti in lwhalf o,f them
selves smld friends, asldressed him.
l'etitions have apleared in the pa
pers "numerounly signied"--eallieng
,n himi, to, call an extra leiFion ,of
the (leneral Assembly. Up to this
hour the Governor h1as had the
suiject undehr advisegmenet and the
pr'wlamatio.n haIn yet Ito appear.
(liv. Mu,ore is a middle. saged goen
tleman whosen tempesment firhids
hasty setion, even in minor met
t(rrn; and when it ermops to a rjnes
li ollf r e it nlnml.h mnoellit as an1 el
traordlinary session of the Ue-neral
Ansembly, we shall not bellieve that
he will yield to the pressing solici
ttatin of his friends, until he does
it. Merioues meonsequenees sre threat
ened ,by young A nrica in case the
request ef the liitsplrn is noet con
plied with. It hes even been .aild
by party papers in the C(Ulesenlt
(tly that Mr. Slildell will reslig his
seat unless it It dne. If he lnlds
the wnay, doubtlehsn oither high iunti
tionaries will do the same, flod the
people will be very blind to their
interest if they do not follow the
oiht oher of so many hard fought
hattle at the ballot-box. The pow
erfdil argunment in favor of an ex
tra session, annd a cvr,,ention of
the pe',ople, which it is ealeulated
will open the door leading out iof
the Union is "Soeuth C(arolien "-
&south Carolina has se ede. say O'es
papers, an,l is already o,,t of the
l!nin; bhlt here, at this distl.ance,
we fail to discover how. As a Iou
isianian as fully identiliedl with her
intereatasn with our own, we favor
the cool, calm, quiet deliberation
which carries with it t( the world,
the evidenon of sincerity and fixed
determination. We would have Lol
ininna play a modest awl unobtrn
site part in the great drama which
is threatened, but for which there
are so many averting contingen.
cies. She has sisters in the ron
federacy closely allied to her In in
terest, which is a more powerful
tie than mere sentiment. There is
no need fur this extraordinary haste
which would demand a conflict, re
quiring the conservative American
element to settle with saltpeter in
deadly conflict, whilst the gotters
up of the diffloulty might stand off
and calmly survey the culminat.ug
point of the quarrel.
Thi. is the 9Sstday of November.
In a brief period of thirty days, it
will be time for the Proclamation
to appear for the regular sesnion of
the General Asemlbly, which meets
on the third Monday of the month
following. An extra session, if
called, could only have the advano
tage of a few days, over the regu
lar session, and from present iudi
cations the action to be had, will
be hot, and hasty enough, at that
time. Othler difloulties will arise.
The quality of tih present legisla
ture i well known, it cannot be
expected that they will at once
agree, a to what ought to be done
for the people, and they certainly
will not, until after a reasonablo
display of forensic eloquence is
made. Then other qucstions will
arrixo. For instance should the
extraordinary busiaesa give place
to the ordinary business. As before
said, we shall believe the (lovernor
favors an extraordinary session,
when we see his proclamatiom.
Amus oer Fuam wo, Asvway a Sme
or Cowaesa.--ver7 prsuion becomeweab
is proportion as It ia famillr with iLb Ob
lees. Evil mast be osoaderd a the r~ *b
jeei of featr ; but the passion ie e·.·xd on
It whes the evil beoome propable; ort, in
the( worde, wha we are Ia damlner. As
the s5m5 evri pa banome projbble masy
ways. these em evena speses ofd
dss eg whsah mes awe sa
Ioab Peau~ asited. Thi, leve·rsemit
st d be onwsddered a onxample of mr
age; for equal danger of any other kind
na te same mind"
III TEI. OIAP IH.
nIe Palen at Mew Teot.
Nrw Tone, Nov. la.-The esalof .t-'
ton "aturday emneentedl to 1100 btles, the
mIHlsen al olng !e vier.
There I eeneipleralle ,depreelation in
stonk. MCney I. very etrIngent, bhet the
banks propose ton ill Mearea. lIrwn, iRrne
& Co., to the extent of $l,oeo0,re00, to pur
chase nsaaleehli atevtllng drawn on pro
due. Meserahle relief l aenticipated.
VIletatea @Gne fcr 1.11.
Rtcrnneot, Nov. 1. - It a now ennhbler
-d certain that the State of Virginia hap
gne IfPr Nell, by shoet Ion mauirity.
YfIf'lotr I IfTfEINATIR E,.
Men ee hbeen varentl.ly ,lefleei by phil
orpphelre am i i-" kingl enlm, an honrrnwlng
ael ldelintg animal, ae.d n lyln animl ;
differile in the i pinietn of the pIhilo,,
fh re who hab n tunee lietie0eniahei, hin
rnm the rpet f lthie enilcenc. wnrltI, lchief
It in the respect of aeillnl the dlgatl,,n of
tl ernd hby manne, of fite, 1-f nleg.tiatlin
loans, antld of neendelity. The ripening
el'lliltalltin of thee latter eJyp .pe reltr e no
to add varcneely to tiheCn eleAlnatioe.
With the pr c,~ne ,f th ein, een.rcl lih swcree
lees illlntenlinatll lrce.e'eee of Mes.r. lion
Ar i' , arnn hlen teor-,,e rrnrphetieally a
reedilg e.lttlel. We plltrpnaon to rPegIerl
hin in ,thi Itight.ene! an far en he ,leaw, yen,
ionlty to pev,,rmlInte him.
The trulth I. he neelm a mtnetrotee ,lal
of trash antd twa"lile. Nine tenthic ef the
eeerely literary emnennatiennt of the prtin-ll
rel pjress enime nplprpretlcly nter thin
deailnation,. Starice of lif inch en hae
never hOeet ltcee upI,nl ur Ilaneet, elelinen
tiosne nf menlner whieh are the mcnnere
neither eof gCle nor men, ntr the other
'third estate" which we decllne to name ;
Pallent aketlhee, treadling eloe upon the
very verge of ;ownriglht imntrality; fe
lii ct Icehl atetlnis of flhe elthterracneon c etre
tem ef lif. exl,eed to lth light like the
eren of tlhe leper ; eenateeneau, rileldry,
rofnnety. all, hwever, wearing the thin
net p.oilhle "lcc1k of !,eenry. eill no.al
neing ton ccovey a moral Incctlntien while
eatineg et. ftie rec-t ,of mralhlty like a warm
e+nmpeno an epplliln prtportiln of the agr
grlegate reahnle of the lIda. The dentn
citctInn ic .wwerlling, letnt ren le ecomtre-.
hleerllVe w ioull ,he il netle illte.
Tihe Ftrench revcltnlnn, antI the brihf
hbt Inril rglln of terrcr whielh eneneel, re
aeld thfile nRietenee n n I'eria oef a hllenul
nieither etroetem of lifea of whicih king, conr
tier, print, ,lphvicheinn. artien nen. hlad
never, drearee.l. liFre1 tile eneorgc of
t:.. Anttines, its loathsome trihuterlem,
enhtclllri.e., andl loete.rrenel, from every
Ileking lane ndl alley of that. Miteen of
rivililstion, opulenee and promlac y, pe. -
ed forth upon the houleevard and the Ky
nee herds of men wild r-edl. with tangledl
hair, like the furies, ao washe.l, oene .e
bdle, merciless, ravenous, bloody ead
drunk. 'They awarmed abon~t the palnes,
they Inveladed the Chlrcehee, they ravnageI
thronlgh the wardl of hoepitlla, they leer
edl nol grlnimed at the pocrtaln of nunne
rine. When the ,.elelge of hlhbil cdiMebielei,,
stel rhier e.naee egein, mnn Inkee' Pt estech
other snti grw epain. They walkedl ipoen
a cruet. Ineeath which surged and heaved
tilea hitherton nanlpertedl wave of fire.
KNnlety ad liltratuere. no less than gen
eology, have their nether, Intermediate
atol tllpper strata, each, in omne deglree tn
leeaieouol of tihe otther, as were the l'aris
anll, of thie burrvwig lehard of satyro
which that social upheaval nnearthe).
We have here, for etanmple, a literature
devoted to a etreneouee eelvoccy of Hale
bath breaking; a Itlerature of Infll.nlity, a
iIterattre of crime. The thieve.' lexlIon
it among tlhe worke with which Amerocan
tihlogrephy lhea recently besn enriched.
in aitlitnon tn then., there Ia a hlge ag
gregat.on of print which it in ddleiIct to
ela.tlly, hot the fflet of which I* to ener
vate the immature mind, to itncrlcate falle
ideas of life, alcdl to render diotateftll to
the young, the homely and tsfel printo,
which alone in meat ceaa leul to happi
neen and honor. Whest youth of average
gifts in content to follnow the plow, or
wield the Pq the, or awing the Ihamtmer,
after the lue.ful aend bnmble manner of hls
fbtheta, when he i itnatrcCtedl hy the ex
perience of that dnahlin hero of the ,i
raticle tale, that the path of glory and
gold li through the denemenes of adven
te--that the enact of Mlala ecr, a,end
the deck of a long, low, clipper-thilt
ellnnoner, rakish as to meeti, and with
unheard of equalities as to peei, are the
inelod for him inateas of the hllshle or the
forget Who rmnng the ructic maldenc
singing at the apinnling-wheel, or amon.lg
the milk-penn and other hinplnmenta inri
dent to hbutter, i cnnatfetelhby the errneal
of the history of that rural d ame.l who
eloping from auch common-place neepa
stone, hecame a countes, and achieved
iap dngs and diamonds, and earriages and
adoration ! Many and many of those lep
roue specters who flit along the ghastly
lamp-llaht of Broadwasy, bedlineed, paint
edl (and how orften hueglry,) lejlairing.
altk, drunk and dying I) mcan i memory
end mInlh.d rema:n, trea- to the perseal of
this spleek nof lerature, omnethlng of the
nfinenee which directed their footatei
down the dark rnad, at the end of which
g1i,mn the hospital, and (hitppily)
grave without a uasme. The geced and
solvent citizen who daily reade hia mild
uexceptionable newspaper; the letter
amateur whon, in the annggeat of setldis,
over the mot ftragrant of all tiee variettee
of cuchoag, heoide the moeet cheerful of
sa-coal fres, louriously cuts the leave
of hble favorite quarterly, do not perhaps
dream that the ame prsm which conveye
to them its periodod missives of ltrue
inon and reorention, co-veys to multitudea
that latellectual driver which enfbeblei
the mind as narcotics and stimnlanta do
the hedy. it La true noae the leee, and
thaet portion of the press which lahore in
the intereat of morality and religlion, i
recreat to ita duty if it ignores it, or fatll
in its cnore and condemnatioen.
UIhappIly, this vietos literatore ie an
evil Imotest without reemedly. Whatevers
the public t1as demand will be sipplied.
Literacry easosbip of conree nestr takes
root in thia country, if we except its tem
poray grapple apon the tony sol of early
puritaelam, sad there is oeesquently no
rllf except in the moral end religious
enee of the oommenity. Something may
be doe by the chools in foetering a tasete
fbr the better sort of litersture, something
byhe tb beds of hmlles in rigorously ex
leding from the hboashbold publiontions
erlaag a aheaow of taint, much by the
plpit, sad much by the prees. But we
shall not see the end of thLis perniolous I
-esee until · higher deree of edoematie
and cuInre take the dee of that lippant
superetlality whl ,irtiven as, as a
people, the name relow Ig es of aut.
thinl, end mane thl. the any rae !a
the world.--N. ''.y r.
W In the whait United States
there nearly six times u Imay
journals u in Great Britain.
reemlags of the Historiesl e*
Brawe IRtove, La., Nov. 10th, 1es0.
Puretant to notice the Roolety set Is
the PRete Library, at 4t o'elo.k, Meadey
the l1th inst.
The Ion,. )anl. DI. Avery, was called
to the ('hair l I'recitenot fr' tIm.
The prncelinge of the regular meeting
ofthe Anio,-ty in May, were retI and ap.
'rhe. 'I.,. .. N ('errigen. (',rnt,,r of the
Nolety, made the fl".!wing report.
7. IA.e 'retvJin .nd ,er''-re if the Ioeia.
ane H/i41 rice' %m.iud .
The underligned rontatr of the Pnoolty,
hel the honor to report, the reception of
t.Ie following manoncrip n, oonnks, (jeln
g',al Pper:mene, Minerals anse I'anumphltal.
.'nt the laet regular meetingl, 14 aixrn of
Prench and Rpanith Manrncripte, pertain
tog t,, local and general affnire in l.. '
an., hegining with tranrection at Ill,.i,
M,.ble and Ilanphlne Itland, from A. IP.
1701 to Ie x, obtained, from the Ntar:al
onfllte of PedRiecln and Ie. Arms. In New
iMrlean., pursuant to an Jint IeInl..totn of
the 4General Aelemhly of Loniieana at the
aeelton of linn.
.ounr origintl letters of (lnl. P'hlemon
Thom.a, presenterd by hil grandl eon .John
Vol. lot., of C('lleticnn of the Cnnnect
lent llitorienal Pociety; also Agrl.eltnral
Report of the Agriculturanl felety of (on!
unertlent ; together with forms of certil
ratee of members, from the Perrtary of
A oenrion AborIginal, relic, foundl near
the tate Iousee. --This trlio consists of a
block of selielnn limeetone, about twelve
Inrh.es slaere, with ahonical projection on
the upper alile, rising '.out eevan inthes,
and aepear. to have been hewn intlo it
prcent form, hy come mntali inel runment.
Its orginal ehepe weM a parallelogram,
sorme portion of It being broken ,,i. It
wa ireented by Mr. John Fletcher.
A rollelon of Minerolo-ic'al specmeno
from diffeel.nt porti, no of the fllohe
North naIl Motth Amerian, Norway, Italy
An elegantly framed Lithograph of Cn
tenary College, at .lackeon, Ia., fr(n the
I'resident John C. Miller.
A letter of !nol. l'l'llip Il'cky, on the
fin or Ilenl. Jackson, by Judge tlell.
Irving'e L' fe of Washington, and Co
laumbnu, by John II. Now, P..I.
Also, a copy of i Newspaper, puhisehed
in Virginia in lans.
Taleman or the Worldl Kaplis,nel -an
old Work - bhy Ir. It. Diver.
Pigned. J. N. (!AlItIIAN, Onrator
The foillowing gentlemen were elected
honorary mnemlbea r of the Society: lFn.
(Ieorge lancroft, W. (Olnore Rlimms, of
outah Carolina, Juldge A. HI. Meek. of Al
shams, lion. J. Ir. II. Claibnrne, lto t.
N,.werd Nverett, X. J. Forestall, and M.
The folnwing gentlemen were lented
corresponding members of tithe boielty:
lion. John X. King. John MmVee, Judge
Alexander Walker, A. U. Wilson and N.
Noewl elected rlsdent member": lion.
Wet. B. Walker, Wm. (l. Weller, fr.
IHugh Diver and A. B. Payne, P.q.
Vol. P. V. Kent, Treasurer of the nrci
ty made a repo;, which wee ree eived, a,t
A resolution was ad, pted reneeting the
pubhlibhore of newspapers, pamphlets and
periodicals to furnish oopiee of the same
After providing for a pubhli lecture at
the anniversery meeting of the hociety on
bthe aecond Monday In February, iR1e, the
I)ANI,. D AVYl:Y,
I'residlent pro ten.
(IGoen. A. Prts, Seeretary.
This gallant State voted ou the
side of patriotinm and the Union
on thIe 8th of the present month.
All honor to her therefor I Virtu
ous among tho; unchsnte-faithlful
among the falne-patriotio among
the unpatriotic--and true amidst
rampant treason, the ".lerney Ilues"
have worthily mhintained the repu
tation of their ancestors, and de
serve well of their country.
The fllowing from the New
York Expresn will be read by all
.lerseymen with pride andl pleasure:
G)Ar.AInr New Justn.-- Etrnal
honor to the Broad mal State.
Sho has covered herself all overl
with glory. (if the whoile North,
she alone keeps step to the music
of the nion I The National flag,
which her sister Staten, esat, west
and center, havotrailed in the duest
she bears proudly aloft, and as lon"
as the flag wavep over the battle
6eld of Monmoutb, and Princetoun
and Trenton, let no true patriot
despair of tisi Repuilic. The Na
tion has snp darker days than
these, and when the darkaes wan
densest, the bcco-light of hope al
ways buorned brightly in the Jer
seys. In the days of the Revolu
tion, when Washington wau drivetn
by the enemy from Long Island,
from New York, from Worcester,
sad from almost every other post
or point, worth holding-New Je
soy eame gloriously to the recue,
sad redeemed the day, just whoe
almoet everything seemed to be loel
A generation or men have einee
peuel fhl, the stage, but the peo
ple of New Jersey Ihave Met noth.
ingof the spirit, ,or the patriotism,
of their ferefathrse. In the great
politi'cal revolution which has just
swept over the Iatl, her vote against
the seetional car.dlidate hase dem, n.
strated that she is as true to the
TUtion tlo-day, asn ho was in the
timon that tiedl meo'a, uoul We
of New York are half ashamed of
our p' ,ition aiI ,t,gile of her. Biht
her n..,le examnple will nt le lot
;upon riu. A loi asl there in ever
,on Sidte in theI North thlat keeps'
the Union fint uunnlliel with rew"
ientelium, Ithe national men of Ihe
Nrtlh, II,nnR.h fr thl enmoent ihorne
diwn bly the, e.teny.will rally,rftren
tn'1 rtt'e.netl,,r evry inc rof the grounl I
that il tnow llt. Again, then, we
mny ell lhon-or to tihe Itroatl eal
" Atpong the fitlhlwete fAlthful only she."
Mt'l'; i1 AL N seI'll I',;!.
I-The Methorliat tihereh In tlele city
will Ie dediceatedl on INunlay '!?ne i rlot-ur
hIer ne. 5nv. ler. '. K. Mnerehell will
pre',.h the eremen ateieted in the e r,.sm,,
nie, Iby lr. Kennr and telher ministeeirs.
At night Iliehop Earely will prrselh. *en
the Weelnanlday seen.er.li.ng thee I,cni.einea
',nfereIlee will loci,tl ta o p.neln In tfIe
hamenres nt ref the ( elrr'h nol P",ntinn" ,ee
till the W-,,ltn1elay felleewine. Thl leeh
He ie eoerlietlv in viteel te witneees fIee (cer
emtnies and dwlflioetien andl IIe Iepre ,'o.
of the aofrenneee . W. V. M. I,ewere e,e
NI,,v. 2'"lh ie .'O
T lE 'l Iwa haeve arrivel nu,'l we lhave a
large let ef theemnn bthl -e mnehe l efar,
tnrel in tIhe HAenth anol "ft a hIttnrn sne.
knewledgel to te a* ,eoe4 if wit then I.et
in nee-they are wll worthy oe,,r I'lnter
MePN'IAN & MAT'r'A's,
novn91 llardwarre C rrner.
80/ KI(RU Virgitnia Nail* nn har,'l
8F' lthey are the heast malee, either
N1o lth fr Smeth.
i' iNTAN .1 MATTA'e.
nn-ve ilarlware Corner.
3AltURE M, OUP1 Sr AND LgEDEIR.
SWOiUL.D relpe~rtfnll Inleerm thie ettlene of
Sast, Raungeo sd vicinity that I em prle.l
nently trlIi eppeelmele Aeademy Hell, where I
have npo.rel a baseber Pbisp. I e'ise feu nd at
i Rhe'p sat all Lhnrs when eent ethtrwies ngee.
-.s- l will promptly attend to carpig sand
Thle eertlfle* thea Mr. .r.hn leas, has t'en
many times al ptae.P'.:y e.mployed by mne, as
etspper and aIte. Ir.r l sa fn 1 eke eIn Ieern-rllly
r.eemmend him to thesen asane4(n in ,ee 4 nr his
se-vlese a. (. RUr..t4hei, M. I.,
Ne. T. il-mdn4 Ikw.
sovit Naw (Orelenn. 14a.
ATTEIINTION OIY EOL1E (JIRAIS.
I' IPE C'enmpany will meet, at tle Mar
I ket, ho,,se on THIUtiLIPAY th i
ittth Inst., at o'clock P. M., in frill
Winter t niorm and eqllnpment. Thie
roll will he Waleld at 'j paIe a.
'rhn nnifinrms will nee altered as per rne
,lntlion of the ('omnpany, soil nec evcnee
Tke embersr whone nnifrm are not
ready, will bring them to Mr. Fleury.
Taylr ; andl thlen who, f Iae ,not. Ieel t heir
Pater, well gIto to Mr. Ilel.h1,. latrer, for
tlheiR. I.f'IN .1. VHKMAUX,
tet 1o,1. Captain.
1 3lllli: nnerie)lal elin duetrr si of retirint
nI trs bleelsea. / -re. fe tlr rp. h.I w ,ll ktlnwn
bneesleaas seand 1l mi hee. rlw w reit' yr ', litn
Ronlee. n thOe lim b sed PWt" 4. ::4 aU,p.ee' of l.ean,
me~ror Pun, with ean ft. t;eeitll int nd Imprrlve
.aastbe treeemn. LiseeiPer ia te. I k ef otIdJ , rn
adsleeg a. APrIeew; I)ry ides., $luee, Ne',. Ned
Iary. lIserwere. ('rte.reywaraW Tleware and
erem'ria.. Allot wlhi h nae s bhagleht n the aenet
IPteral terem.--fnr fatlhow partlPesait apply to II.
V, labin. Iatne Reelge, or t J DI. Oemses., on
Mwao I. P. COMPRAtX,
I)MORIVRCIID Tilt MORWNINII. A yRsilleinhr
j ply e ia abovae samien artlie,. of a very as.
perk. u ality wlvek we offer 26 per seet below
the seegl.ar market proet.
s. IMoIMALINFRYA00 .
nnelr, pople's Iotore, Third street.
.RW YORIK. L A IlSLAND OtrTlON, AND
Seth er ssperter ersaisa, ef Iasehetd and
rOwn tiShi$ln, a frleh leat of whId hasl ban
paned at grealy rdeased prices, at the
*ee0 P~COPLL'l PToRI. Thi.rd , treet.
B'LA;IKETS.-- u, 4 nd r Pe,,inta; slse
veer Ane. Pre.chk Blankets, ;radle
llankets; all of whleh will he ld a t re
noer s. I'EOPLE' ST()RE.
REC'UIVED ON COM1IaIION.
() 03*I5W avrrted P(e Irrtate, Jam and Je5
P IIe, in Pee sad Bettlea--lw fer raaeh t
ae**9t A. iATTA*.
D] . D. L. oKYTTLIOK,
nHUR(ON lD) ;NTI1T.
TllllD PTRtT, Wi- de. ae
T ned door nerth r. M atlsreeta,
oee Itega. I .. ArtisllJ tl - ee
Iram lnsrted iP the meat a nppraa4 style, sad
All thek eaeden lPeemeslo adopted.
Dr . D. .. esITRUCx, boa ramwed to
Third traat, Wegt ~sd isend kor, ArtI M
of Main, srly eppoets Ie Advoaete tire
SUavETrO AND OtVIL EzIIlsWM,
saWm Iaema I.a.
Ia1.w I, rawaelnla Isylag eg. 0--la sad
aeevest, Draghtiog Plolstaeei Maps. Awese.
toal aIlle liebaiesl Inve ales, •.
Nay WIa n. tk-,In -e
W IlJ'3lVIr--J..t relseesd sad eiet b,
NEOTICE TO TAX PAYERS.
AKI soure that the Tas Roll 1sa le5 sow
MslT. -OdW . Iea.
.mOVuEI'zm , 160,
oat reelved sel e sale by
esasJ J. NcQOOKIiC.
*MWINO wA / Worit .
a . t e i-m e the n
A tiet A lleedt a arg , a Pinkble
ta a. ,, pp p ew bath go$L, e.l.,r
tuckg ,a Ih rrl.r
age ata PIN: Po*
onewseyvll AOebll neent k )Narhlte wIth
heprntr bInhl at $1A.
lnved Iwdsalt J. . RACY.
lAVw* natr t e lntao merntelbp with fl-,tt
Sredl Hhlaaltr, late of the firm of P N.w
hall A& ,, New roies ,e. I wald eIspeattfallr .
tlit a emoiineane of the pubAi petr'l.a.le i.'
I(beralllp betowed no me I r the p.4 Iae year.,
at the acme time returatg my lsmeere thankelt
my friends tor Paafwar.,
R fruedie p lly, V. A. W1dtt4N.
1-asie aas, New. 1, lIoi
T"lR olr1rolapl have thl da fthrmed a tn
- aatnlrahip under the same of WtLMON A 1111
INPr, For the purpoIe If rarryingl n the hoclneca
of House, Plgn and Ieeoratlri Palating, Well
f . 0. W/f.MFF
nnryd o ioLnaRI IwKl iNa .
Ilitilt TiN VIAl R#i,1i llItImNOl Wi hIPKT
JIet reeietml dlvret from Imerlan eisntoiy, h f .
warrantedl ten Iyart old, end laperl' toI any
tling lIn llts market-,r sale by
norv A. fSWAIT A i.
(CittA MPAlt4K tlllNR--Aa aeOrtmest )i tI r
-iv.-d mna for atle by
noAm A. TEVWART A C(.
SII.AIRET WIN1P --Ans r aretm.nt j)et r.ro..v
S,, n for aele by
n,,*; A. rrSWAIrT I to .
tilAIA1,tR.--A fall eanortmmrit jost r-rlv·i
I/ a n4 for sle by
Dolor A. UTIWAR'T A ;t(
NEW (IVI0 l..
I Aikt.A in waist of the folluwlaA named ,gols.
I will do well by raleIn at th batn kt. o.
inueap tore. Joat rrrrived a large etook tof u.
dlis aod Ch.l4teo*' (Utiskc at very low prir..
4 lcrl. inlrole of erse hMr i tl wrorth I ,i;
lVat O.llored Pita tr *em 4 to Is elt worth I !i;
Ilastaloe MIlhn 12)1 eta, worth 1O. A rhosr.
sok orf Imhlrodedrl- at les thiea eat of lmpnr
lition .ialery. ltlnr , Edling., Inserllin, t,
at ruo ed priew at the
liATtIN MOUtl R OliAP Iottli.
niiur A ItIe, Agent.
tilIt a wa eltO etmrtedl tari af the variln grads.
Iof louir now manlfa tarecd, call at the el-4
int.o of, the o,,tderlalnei4.
I1 tlo nrrelt of freeb growd aed ef rahnalleral
from the aae(t eaIta to raperAe as.,w on hand
nod PI sale at Itt aItreLt mattl raltla.
nowi' JOjiIl/A IA I,.
I4 ll' ll 8llWII/MAT PIlAllP .-An
olher fne ln juslt ti head and for aisl in.
lloe. . and Parks
,,ovrn JItWlA IIIA..
rfIW landing In New Oelans per Phip t(art
frsm Isremses: ifit Asn t4d lnrea,,t her..
yrensh tersaI Hlat, 10 deits Lmbretl4ered m.1.
tare, Hisae, e.*, W ds loten tIeatIerehltels.
The asove In,.t4 are Is port of New Orlentl,
chd will he peasd as rAta as thisey sne Lab rte
tomn IIlase. A. Ktf IRNf FWI lU.
It. 23O P' M A1N'W1
ABOoT AIND fllOE MANNR aMloP,
to tee nLM ateil nF
P. CAPIPWVISLL& ON LAUiEL 1PtlIT.
fIIIIANKF/UlIr the liberal patronaes
1 iettsAitll ee eed frota my Miewels,
,,st t lhe ptlle RemnINy, I bea taee Fin
lform thema, ihat I havee reiasovet ay
ishoe hop, t, the old taund of P ('apterielle, ,on
lhacr.el atree where Iam now amil be·tter repar.dl
then evnr i4t wclit at sheert Itslr la at mlid
irate ptl*c,fr th0Ahe0 . PM. O1IFMAN.
NEW FALL & WINTER )OODS.
Tlu UDBMIIOii brvit Jut receied aP
brIge supt o WlL llH I W IlNTE (tl00-,
rse lMsi o ornl aed PLA IN 0..8K l.
PFILNE f! G LA , MSLAItN l*Th,
/01001 l1NWLd NtH I, PAbRI
CAN Pf NTP, ANTILII.AI,
oR all klnds, RIS.
HOOP f.I1 t IlNPO.
A latrge aseamrsnIt of dIrUllNOu sehe as,
iJr .i hlnly PINItKICtII IRstCK E7tsATlt,
"AI.TOt, OIIVR 0OAM, VIN COLOTll
PANTI AND V ELul RTC..
all kindsofgentM hrer CPa a dea HATr and
l l a largte vrly eo fa, Ladke. Mi"ow anol
hlbes'a MOOi8 anu4 lMEilS, IAibit .Y. at. ,
said petrana. aserlag them that they will gIve
ithe m a eat seagale Ita e re, aW If they wer.
tn Io p nmelitl Ieads, cad wIh a gae b ansa a
pleh, wiltM lae •daneswe.
etti . ItUDS I NUotiM,
eorrAMsen It. Verdlitad Streets.
P. I.-Partlie IktUhed to a ather by note. oi
Meeellta ide, are satIld that the eame Rmaset t
dise belwen h S d be il at Ilaemkp, 1r k0.
H AVINR tleed eat mfstoek of gBows. I re
t.rs a ma Ibalahe the I publle for theirt
"Iead p trmegs etge4ded me while agegd In
Iiwats, ab W1 eWoak llth Mr. Meaty Jni..
SIIwre theA ow fly t hs I oef w1 belibertl.
Few NI s all be ertart- t.4
·A·W aIga.i. IrAgllm.W lasa .
I~ffftW-o fe leabhta, Cheapst Ia V fee
diatrtet Isad e tlc survraeI e str aroe re
speetfwlhiIa ItM to he ict cad as my at'- k
· -rc I III . 0*I00ron.
I IlOM A1J.AlNIKY A C(O..
Theae s s s t el y wie t a.
rIn *:I::II*n : (r : evi : -
trlaIlmt llLja. ed adi
li hifWkh o wUilhle cold
w,. ~lIiu- - f--.im'
FOR THB LADIiE
DALSU3IMS3, ISION s Cow.
ifATISo add far Dicab ad kmr r
II 511kg Drem Ptaersm at *. lately redtrrd
ate *****t cadra w te hw. ait
hacS Ia egaR r a o the l tat nota
elamr cad Frega ShA, whIeh ue area. ase -
ba t ert hergelsa. m
**DZt xzWrvcx AO r ~asM.
oeta 0ourU& DuAL