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--Peter- the-Great
B, 4 iiiiiireietriikasectilletths 4sl ) soomOrr,
[from Dick ii' Wambold Womb.)
l'here'iiiirtithfi'fidelP till lately in. the
Palace - at liamptotr-Ulnirtra--.finer'frilll
-114+11 *I • - • • •
I length pnitrait a"'beitydleSl young an
beardless;) ; , itt aVnor, witli a
broad. -and vigorous .expressiorr of. face,
" ® with large eyes that betrays fixed th4r
_,_ mination of purpose, Itrid,Tnatist add, a
liking for strong drinks: 'l!'.refer to the
• portrait of Peter the .areat, which Sir
• Godfrey Kneller pain.ted.for..King
• the Third-during 'the brief visit-laf.three
months which the.-Dzar -paid to England
• in the , exceeding-cold and sharp season of
--i'filleiii'shileTeli-litinfred and ninety elght 4
KnelleiJ'iwas never' happier than in thin=
picture. He knew his ,strength i and
fo r
the background- 4 .a seascape (as paiditers
affect to call such things)—he obtained
the assistanCe'efihe younger Veldervelde„
inz the treatmentof mamtime
L „matteva. Thi4'pletttre is now, I believf,,
at Buckingham'l Palace. Prince Albert
toolik e.svay - during the visit to England`
tirthe late Emperor Nicholas but his
royal highness, now that the 'icasb-it'alter
ed, may perhaps think proper to return
to its ohLquarters. IkeZ.
Peter was inrhis twenty-sixth year whew
he first.set foot in England. He had been
learning, ship-litfildingjit Amsterdam, arid'
his , visit to 'Etiglandwas-for -mother tivotti s
ect''Purfieselhan that of imppvluthis me.r
chanical skill by rearly.kihoi r taval
dockyards. Ilk&ante among us with the
approbatiplittf King , William the Third; -
houses w,er-etiiiied s for him and his rough'
. k retinue, fl* . ..'•:paid-rer by the , king.
His first London Wging-was in Norfolk
street, in the - StMnd, - then newly-built
street, nal:toned the best inhabited streets .
iu tofidcM., Some red brick bodges of
Peter's time 01 exist. :His.secianalthuse
—I mighfalmest Cal Lit his 'conntry honse
—,,,was at Saye's . .Couryin Deptford, tin the
-ixtialii4if the 'Thames, contiguous to the
Royal dockyard—then ini the tenancy . of
Evelyn, author of the Sylva, (now better
known by his memoirs,) but recently sub
let by him .to no less a. person than the
bluff and brave Admiral Benbow.
The chief native ..attendant of the Czar
bore name that ha's lately become fa
miller enough in English ears ; he was
called Prince Menzikqff. ilia i3nglist ,
tendant was Osborne, Marquis of fine rn3rtr
fitevt, afterwards.. the second Duke of
Leitids. Tile-marquis was a naval offiper
of talent and 'distinction ; and thig'llec
tion by be-king was in every way apt:fro-
priate.
His visit was one of entire privacy, end
consequently withont thoSe courtly c.ere
mon ies attending his arrival whtch usually
accompanied' the visits of kings and empe
rors, and their ambassadors. He came to
this country from the Hague, with Vice-
Admiral Mitchell, and arriv ed among us
on Tuesday, the eleventh of January, sip"
teen hundred and ninety seven-eight. His
arrival was soon made public, but the pri
vady of his visit was still as far as possible
m aintained. On the day after his arrival
he went incognite io a hackney-coach to
Kensington, to see William the Third and
his court at dinner,—dinner in' public be
ing then a custom still lingering about
loyalty.. On the following day he 'Called
on the Marquis of Caermarthen in Lieces
ter Square, then an invalid, having_hurt
his leg at tile, fixe which, only a %keel. be•
fore tha.Czar arrived among us, ceased to
male Whitehall the palace of a soverbign.
.on-the Friday following he received a visit
from King William the Third. it was a
privatb visit, made by the king in the
coach of the Earl of Romney, the 'brother
of Algernon Sidney, and the handsome
Sidney of De Graminont's MeMoirs. =The
Czar accompanied the king in Ler&
pels coach as far as Whitehall, where he
stepped into his own carriage, and, attend
ed by the Guards, went in his robed to the
House of Peers. The penny-a-liter of
the time, from which we-derive the phrtic
'ulais. adds :—" His Czarish majeity was
- there, it is said, in incognito," Bat this
I have reason to doubt.
Peter the Great while in England was
as shy and unwilling to'be seen as-Peter
the Wild Boy. He Was preaented'at a
.ball given at Kensington•by King
Wiliam
in honor of the' birthday'of Princessnne,
'afterwards queen ; or rather, he, may be
said to have seen the ball, fbr his pli c ynesd
:confined him to a small room, frontivhicb
he could see without -being seenv_Whed •
he sat r King William hit - thrrine iii the. •
House of-Lords, ja sight he had eapiites4
• .tupertiertlar wish to seej it wrisitotifreiti
the; gallery nor from bt:loW the bar of the
house, but from a gutter in , ther4usolop,
,:frem - whieh., he was,enabled peep, thro!,
a window into the house. He -retired from
liis tinpleasaar point of view sooner ! it ls .
said, that--he intended; for he inadeso
--theldbusliTigitre [says Lord- pa.ftsipti4-
,who WaS - Ipreseid;] that fiel - Hieittag fusr,
peers,9itad forbear laughing; • 2- .•
He was • taken to all, our jeandan;sights
..at that time of any moment. Tathelieds7
`and'arinories in the Tower ,; LOthe inonn
meats and wag-figures in Westminster Ab
Lan:dieth Palace 5 to the masqu'efr_
faire nt theltisf night' of C116 ; 14490 rev. ,
--tilt : and- ur the twcethentres.inAlrury,
- Lane'and Murat Gardena' `',His'wititillief; ,
.fritittracted by the Tower andtthe...perfOn.,
nt Drury, Zine. t , The wild -, lieedts - --
and implements " of mar , were adapted, to
• rougher nature, while the charms Or . 4'
Miss Grata, the original, Alias Hoyden; itr
Vanbrugh's Relapse, and the first actress
- who had Miss prefixed •tO 'het' bathe in'
playbills, were so engaging, thntthe rough;_
'Czar of Russia became enamored .5r her,
belutY• 'orAis' miss' CrOas t;to.iy is
told in the Spectator, , that when she first
- ttrylied, the Lots , Countries, she WO not:,
computed in be so handsome Mhdatwl
'van Brisket by near- half-a , t0n...400e'
"" ti
a„ fare old mezzo uto
• • to us thabeautiful , features Ahat3wort ;the,
• 3 - rnathfur.hetirt Peeer
Be did not 'speak - Englishotor; his
knosin tohnve been at all desirous onearnp.
• ing it. Pew of his sayings have-thereforii
been preserved. Threeir- howeVer,:-fiayer=
reached us. He told Admirakill#ehelt
that he considered the condition of he so l ,'
„glisli Admiral happier than - that of v'l Czar
of Russia. To King William-11a obserV 2
ed,"lf kwere the adviser of your_mijepty s ,
t° ho w sp a i
should conoiselyou to rentovkiroikieourt
ta v e l r , t , St fw ,T h am en es t l i s , -
.. 70 to nce Gree rro nw re ich, in . th an a d n
Westminster „HEW, he inquired who the'
busy gentlemen were-in wigs and gowns ;-
and being told:they were lawyers--“Lesi.l
yens !" maim: " why I have but two ba
r fl y whole dominions, and I design to,hang
one of them the moment I get home. •
The Marquis of Caermarthen Was-very
attentive to the wishes of the,Czar., On
Tuesday last, (records the penny-a -liner of
the period,) the Marquis of Caerninithan
treated the Czar of Muscovy fn i= giendid
manner. He took him to
,chithani:tort
launch—and to Spithead to a naval
-review . l
• They went to Spitheadlty
mouth, and retnincd.,tbe , same,wayyi
resting at declaiming for a day, whore (at
the 'King's Arms Ina, it 'the High'it:i•est,)_
they had two,meals breakfast anclthuner.
The' bills of fare on the occasioahave/been
preserved by Wanle y thisiekined')4ePer,
of Lord Oxford's, library; They were
.- - '
Aldriwa.atztle....tabhmfortnblu
number,) and twenty one in all. At break:
fast they had - half a sheep, a quarter of
lamb, ten pullets, twelve chickens, nine
quarts of brandy, six quarts of rkettlifinet
sevelt,*!.gtm eggs, with aliairkimpotion:
"At dOltittittiyirikftypribs of heef (tight
4 4
three stone,) o
~ stilleitAweight: fi ftf am
pound 3 thfgqi ' teii,, ,) Chhoader oflAmb,
and hpoinfio AealiLloNd; eight -,:pullets,
%iglit:rabbititiro\flozedand a half otitiack,
and one 'dozen bf claret. Here is ii bill
reminding us by its locality and rabbits of
Mary Torts , who has, given an unhappy
celebrity.tolthe plitaitintlitile poitlown of
Godalming l , in-Snrry, I have" often won
tined irpottotr, Oti the Czar's two meals
was remembered by the EmEmperor A lexan -
Y" bed to 11r4iiiipireT vtarcr - tVit'a::
taisitiStilitiiill4 1)440 1 thioitk Go
darning to ortsmouth, to return to the
capital betitit't s ihr:t i eter:'''' - ''
.. , 3 ,- , --De Es-immune') 1
•-:•,..1t,r, rritt-tA%
• got.
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di7l6l37,‘PAPEiroPtg.E . orry.
'''f;),Eq"..T.sllf It GU:
011)1k. ito i ' 0 gI'OBBR 26,
.10NIAN4 sozoinnriciti. -
5 4** cgt.*:tittenlioli' 2 gagagrfa OD'
EIIEWEBB AWN to dhe :Sect .thut .sec havi just rect4,o24
itifiei of trnito of nee Jia , l7Pe.lsill
Az..9 42‘114 Circulars, 8111.
&Idly Paper Obolpqattexarand• ErOgrammem for nhilf
fikeel
"Liii.43.11110;10104. irivertisirip
-.42mnis a arattia/kipudittlhattittaburgh Indlyand Weekly
Pel f 'te:Mielen Aimmtirmarrs and
11 0;004: 1 40P — S0iiroikiitiire ittnii , idyls as required at this
reeelpta IMP regnalatt-40 payments. Their
'alma aid at '' 1 4 /firic V1E14122 NASSAU mare,
to 10 Bras arum
Vii.aro.liraparod to print paper books,
for use in the Bitilica . titii:Court, In gilsidatylo, and
on abort notice, and invite the legal profession
to give na a oalL
ALLlMGair4l(yAirAr.apy RAID ROAD.
By an advertisamettiftranOther column it wi
be seen that thirrY;ouctlitati_Cf. thls road is
completed, and hereafter two trains will leave.
the Ltwrenceville station daily for Freeport, re
turning the eame day. The; track will soon be
extended into the oily . And in the course of
next month it is to be completed 'toliCittanning,
a distance of sixty miles..
It Is now five years since the prejeat of build
ing a railroad up tho , vaileyof the Allegheny,
and into the rich mineral, !Umber and avian)._
tural region in the -- basitctif that river rind the
Clarion was urged apt!: our citizette.—The first
instalment-of. what was then promiaed is real
ized, and atiether,avenne. of trade is opened to
the city. There can be no doubt that this road,
when completed to.B,idgeway, will command a I
large and profitable local trade ; and the owoers
of property along its route will feel its effects in
the increased value of lumber, minerals and
farming products. 4. many places in Illinois,
and other western states, improved lands that
fire years ago could, hale been bought at from
five to ten dollars per acre, are now worth thirty
dollars. The opening of a railroad in their vi- ,
ctinity, giving access to markets, has occasioned
the rise in fielder. Thu Allegheny Valley road
must have a similar .effect-upon property in the
counties through which it. Is located, and wily
soon fill them with alto - Terms and busy popu
lation. And those counties wilt become a valu
able market for Pittsburgh fabrics and merchan
dise. At Ridgway, Orin Mat vicinity, it will meet
the Sunbury and Brie road. and we shall then
have a good route at easy grades to New York
city and Philadelphisf.
The Allegheny Valley Road we have always
considered an important part of the Pittabdrgh
system of railroads, and from the energy with
which it is pushed forward, we may hope coon
realize. its..henellte.
This company now needs a right of way
through one of the atreets of this city to reach
its depot at the Point
PATICSIT VENTIL &TOIL
Joseph' Loeds,. het in
vented and brought into use a Heater and Ven
tilator, whiob are epoken of in the highest terms
by those who have even diem a tris' It gives
a porteat draught. to chimneys, and le at the
tame time a decided caving of fuel. It pro
duces, too, a solt ‘ moiet,heat in rooms, and co•
tirely avoids the nalsance of a smoky honed.
adapted to Itioioriaa,thiellingi, :and oven ,
kind of hiflA2itoi'abd It Ie bolieied It can be
liteattitmattr, secalr to nvob:l the ne
,atessiii.iii-Ah,:clititnies.- It Would thus save
itiWiti.ftfet4sort;lrc do ibeetweiniettee or high
imnieir,- and •tit - the oonsatopttort of fuel.
.Btdideraof 4welliugs, boats, dm., shoidd exam
,*ol.4** - 1•:, 2 45 It iticcodugluto geoernl nee
witere know* mid le everywhere approved when
Ofiee ft le claimed that dui
'kind of hiniter_and , oltimney prodigies a mph
Erforalerfenhastian then any other :now in
: .'Xi, Ote Wat,add numb to the
hjantlntS7
. orbtilitUngeomd - when In general
me r it; tiut-olealiiisipeititunte -1111 d 00111104 Or
• 1 0 ,,eitiYeAltilealata we liaveteen, we
ettileftd belltitoVititit this now•• tneention a
IT •J, •••-: ••• •• •••'• ••• •
g, and =et he g•
i - rah:table thi n g , adopted:
F':Eatne, Esq., Is agent for thekatett
t**4loa7,ll("4olt Fourth,
tileece,Tittebargh, whore fait Intortesuon en the
ArtWeeteen Jett Ohieitie4
'Talllfertattonf=ftlett dapstew we publish,
..,t 4tu c t l ir tide .opon , the, subject, of , the- ted
a WWI Seutiiaiiitli..l4 olahnet that mist
V 11 ;:f 16 :!a0104 1 )! 1 ; - 01 1101 0tetwith'qllOnttro nto
of ltle'rilltern - portion of the State, •and , identi
lhid...:wlth them .iesidence. Several eastern
aperalavealready:fietieed the artroltr,atid eta
led:qtr-substance-4 and not one of' them that we
aline his denied or eontroVerted the
InefilieV:the elate. Its justice is too 'obvious
-to adreitof, a doubt. The west has had no Ben
-
4 t 44:1 4 401Yeare, and but ono for a quarter
df Ministry -'ititite the east has monopolized
them 4 « Ii le-tiroo-to right this wrong; and
' liStreilien.lltatietta 'COMM; oftirontol Inoi now
T 3 7- " e Po l ! } ° 7un i Ußt
imough - to urge that our end of the State ehonid
ligabilie - c;ier i taughed. It should he a western
*aa'44 l ** l # 4 s, e k- 2t .0.W -and her,etolore•
,1.-..A-bussou4o , blazx fdowar.—We were'yeeter
,-46tid'itiiiiittess, the operation of a cook-
Oalvablzed Portable Oven—which
ia s littioilioad of nuriting in the ordliMry' line
Atal-hatt :before _came wilier our, observation.
lbfaiiva tage its power to retain heati the
little. room...a : peopled, the , emall quantity of fuel
'POP- taS4 rfiArq),P_Reeio , 4 1 1 T, .P araa with a
gmall capitalmfgatetteiv a fortune out of it, as
tfe 4he tiHller fsielieg to - 03P , 04e of
;Oa rightafbecomatice,ittlvr - etrra l!elprylroaa.
One of‘theee , lovene to -tn operation atthe City
alotel,. where ikoan:beseen at gong Ante. It ie
patente3l.67 Ilakalre:Blodgett & lEltreet;of Barr
pngton, Veruoni.
. , HAPS. , Growers - tiiWipitiol 7 143111
in Cooperstown, New York, on thp I,oth illpi
reports were read tram several hop itultivatdrei
statinitho aotnai alid - eatiniateCyfeld,ora 'oar
ftiict,.3,,t,ll!ll7,_-"rid showing 9 falling off of upitc,- . _
igrigper went: in the yield , this year, sit lent,
i ptirpOrliii*tof,lB64. This will lie btKnertii
ter' GoirOtiffrOr
iAtarmaatyrltithr? Diretitoie of the Atlantic)
Sufi t)ti#ti`2'efegia treiiiiitiy,. e r, Tuesday, i n
- Phgat firphis, ie.ZikitFaitirtirfirp , , iente per share
Wale 6 0. 64.;., *0 26th
ff
r
1
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XRLitan JAWI. EC11180.14 max .Fourn,
atonin.—We learn from the Norfolk papers of
Monday, that there were five deaths in that city
on Friday, two on Saturday, and two ou Sun
day, but only one of the latter of fever. There
were also three now oases on Saturday, among
those reoontlit;returnel Qn Pridatt^
city was vistted a erOveo Mt? of raid and
wind, but oipatlipathe i ' , ,lroat:itUr Sias warm,
the thermogyite t ,"•yobsOnbole 8()? QU'Mindair•
however, ' ikw a,.. alii ; ,rarny and d sagreoable. At
Portsmouth keielireru five doaths on Sunday,
font' on Monady, and a correspondent advises
ntser"teento t reisptr! away until a more substan
tial change in the weather occurs.
Taw Rumect Passrox,—,-Ono of thoutost notea;
s kratßeneders_of„the_ Parisian 13?ttievarde, kas,
been the „Hon. Mike Walsh, of New York. Mike
looks 'amity out of plate-With bis'digoified walk
and odd tollet,doetyt,neem to take readily
,in Parisian bab#o:' 11:411 itsketi, ttto Ally (alai
tririvii, by an liked'
‘Fraiiiii)", Mika math; the following characteristic
Finite% Mike Glade the' following - otiaraeteris•
do reply: "I have tried at a dozen place"ir
- itineelitrrlsed iesterdry, 'and 1 can't habituate
liven to their confounded drinks. The basis
good,ie , but they have a way of mixing it that
Theier.obtall/earn,l-know
The , Conttnentals.
• 'Those celebrated vocalists gaVo one of their
oPasta , aed delightful Concerts at Harrisburg
eveniiii, and aro to perform at Hollidays
burgle morrow eighty. Wounderstand they ap-
pear here on Monday and Tuesday night. This
will be , gratifYing intelligence to the lovers of
`Musloln Plttsbargb and ae can.promise them
a cordial reception. Wa bad the pleasure of
linariti them *boa here last March. Every per
son who has once heard them will be sure to go
again.
Olno AD D hlississrprt Ratinoeu.—We met an
acquaintance yestorday who had just arrived
from St. Lotiis by the Ohio and Mississippi route
in thirty hours. Ho speaks in the highest terms
of the comfort of the care, and assures ns ho
Diver T eziplo the passage before in leas than
thirty bit hours. It will undoubtedly soon be•
come the great thoroughfare - L., Bt. Lauis. The
Übe goilngiVest is three hours shorter; in other
Ira:ft you can go from Philadelphia to the
Mound City in forty hours. This is traveling
by Edam, and no mistake.
Tim Casa. Arpourrusurro.—The Board of
Canal Commissioners will bola a erasion at Bar
risborg oa Aeltb of qiirember cost, for the
purpose of making appointments of officers ou
the Ovoid lines of Canal and Railroad belong
tag to the Commonwealth.
(Pot the NitOunti ?oft.]
roam a. tlexr...
Thebaby show is over now, end, thanks to the
good sense of the majority of onr citizens, the
Prince of the Woolly Horse, Etc., has been taught
that his disgusting speculation in human cattle
ftDdill• no great encouragement in our midst.
Humbug bee, for once, received a slap In the
face, and, more - Over, as we learn, a severe visi
tation on his cash-box. ilts sigh no in success
to any honest energetio efforts to rather wealth,
any efforts even that preserve at least the ap
pearances Of decency and decorum, but when
the wanton Impostor conies with impudent tone
before the public, when he boasts of hie success
In deceiving the multitude, when ho has the
1 courage to set his example to enterprising mete,
in them personifying a humiliating satire on hu--
1 Man weakness and credulity, we cannot help
1 giving vent to our indignation in the words of
1 44 diskette! :
dg ven al
Aismiperego auditor tante/el etincitianine typo:tem."
" "Bat; an appropriate antidote to the doses of
humbug which, of late, has been offered to our
citizens, is at hand. John Id. Bare, the humor
one denouncer of imposture in ail shapes, is
again to appear before ns and ready to admicis•
ter- hit lash on human weakness in telling us
some salutary truths. We welcome him most
1 heartily. fits muse,
a k(thonsh, to food), she le nomehlng apt to ac4,14,'
Yot-,-r,
•
Nersz cenaurca but Car public goat."
His entire, nevertheless, does not belong to
the achooi of Juvenal, Voltaire, Lucian, Thnzke.
ray and others, whose bitter attacks on human
weaknesses leave a kind of scepticism in the
soul, a kind of despondency awl mistrust in
man's bolter nature and his perfectibility. We
have carefully examined Mr. Sole's productions
and WerWinnob gratified to discover that, at the
bottom, of his denunciation of humboge, there
le a noble and generous impulse, a fEeling of
Hope in a bettor condition for his fellow•beings,
and whilst he good humoredly tells us,of our
faults, be also gives us kindly the direction to do
better. " There aro no bitter personal remarks to
he found is his satires. A feeling of good on
tare breathes In all of them, nod this is, per
.fiaps the Secret canoe of Ide popularity. Ho ie
ILicatand well received everywhere, from "away
down East" to the "far West;" oven the Boston
ians aro delighted with him, in spite of hie hit
on Boston pride—
" O man that's born to &neon reeds no ecenni.l birth
The Boston Bee, in alluding to the very poem
which we will be favored wilh this evening,
speaks of hie performances in the following high
ly complimentary tormh :
Ai The audienee was one of the largest ever
gathered on a similar occasion, the church • • .
literally crammed, with fair women and
bravo men,' who lietonod to • Prince John'
ag ,attentively,ras the tall .poet could wish.
,The entire mom was excellent, tilled with keen
fate 'and passages of Sato eloquence and beauty.
It was received'by the audience with unlimited
entfitudatee. No.poet in this country is so popu
larlefore.ati andleace ae, John G.. Bare. His
wit and humor are sure. to • bring down the
house,' while his mole - sober thoughts command
litemielvee by Weir originality and ()lassie style
to the taste of scholars and the judgment of men
of 'sense!'
Hie poem luprouounced " a very flue one " by
a meet tannest American writer of our acquain
tam, and wohavo no doubt, from the for ex•
'tracts we have read of it; that the entire per-
Pitidatitiii will atfard highly iutellectual outer•
tainment to the whole audience. &mum
`' 'NEW s 011 - TrierVICINITY.
Bernard Muldoon was killed in an oro , drifts,
atAho Cambria Iron Works, in Johnstown, or
Idonday evening. He wag in the not of raising
bottom ore, when a portion of the roof fell upon
driving hie bead down among the ore, and
fraolurinctbe front of big skull in snob a bonn
ble manner as to cause the brains to oozo from
the wound, which resulted in hie (loath a abort
time after the occurrence.
A ooneiderable excitement was created in Hol
lidaysburg last week, by the attempt of a Vir
ginian, named Parsons, to arrest a fugitiie
slava.. A fight took place, during which the
slave escaped, the master being subsequently
Direatid auttlield a : bill in $2,000, for oommit
,tingtmagsault aud•battery upon ono of the par-
Aletl - WhO interfered'in the arrest.
One day last week, Mr. Irwin Herren, eon pf
John Horrell, Esq., of Loyalhanna township,
Westmoreland county, met with a fatal accident
at the Goal bank of Isaac Laughlin. Mr. Her
tel! went to the coal bank and loaded his wagon
from a platform of loge about as high as the top
of the wagon bed. After loading his wagon be
sat . detirtAart the top log to rest, when it rolled,
the.,deceased, falling, under the log, which fell
across blibdwils, Waring him Bo severely that
he survived but a few Aware He was 6 ;highly
worthy man, endeared to his family and rela
tives by his amiable, affectionate and manly sir
'tnes.‘"Helesves n wife and ten children to de
plorehis' toss,
On Snndtiy eveningient, stable belonging 10
Themhs seaman, in the borough of Washington,
Washington county, was destroyed by fire, to
gether with a lot of hay and fodder On rues
:dayi?Abe lfith.itudant„-while.Bobert Crawford, a
respectable oitisen of . Mount Pleasant tognehip,
Washington county, was driving his team, with
a load of coal, along the road, ho was taken
suddenly ill and fell: .11e was observed by Mr.
Campbell, near whose residence the co-
Olio* took flatee, who at once proceeded to
:tut weistance, but only reached him in time to
seatimthreathe Maims without uttering a word.
- Hi. Wall 'there vemeved to hie residence,- and in
rioreit Miller's Run. Ur. Craw
ford' bid beenattaoked once or twice before with
lip:4110171'04Sn: 4t1401t of this disease gas the
. oninte'orlkie etaddetfiWi, lie was about forty
pare of ago,-and-leatrea a largo-family of small; ,
children It is ettidothartbe farmers ttirough.,
lout Pisaldniton county Ind ranch difficulty in
getting their needlagulone, and other out, door
operations Performekin consequence of the un
:Aeltle4 state of tlte:llretith9r. 4
.- - ÷.,;',.
:.-_,'-`
MgMEM
IP3MIIPRRience ..140.1liegtaUXLJNwocratj,“,...,,
The Election In Kansas .. The Stele Or.
ganlsistion--The Town of Lecompton—
Documents for Congret.e.
LAwsEttoe, K. T , Oot. 10
TRH KLECTLOti 8.
Tito eleetionfrYesterday passed off peaceably.
,; ,1 40n , es " i s qu it ea Isk ge city now, and oonse-
AustiflY ci:lterylargo vote was oast for Governor
.Reedet and ihe:Deleiates the Constitutional
Conventiori. NO persiin was' permitted to vote
. itnloet4W - had,„b'ebn an actual resident of the city
fir thiity days past. Maim's. G. W. Smith,
Line, Hant, Goodon, Robinson, Free Sollars,
were chosen from this district, and Messrs.
Wakefield, Curtis, 'futon and Burson, from Dan
gles. I shall stay here until the most impor
tant precincts are heard from, as it is the beet
centre of news, and send you in advance of the
mail, the official returns ot Gin election.
StiI:MOAT, Got. 13-9 A. U.
SIMOTION 1111•1111118.' "
Up to- Use present time tact. following returns
have been rcooi'vedliy tho Toms State Executive
conupittmo
ors vOs
Alalilton. .. a 6 7.
' 77
PalinPra ....... ..... 16
Plontatogton 116
60
• thibtalings ..... .....
s "
IV chat chat Fish's store
Stanton
OSswatomie
lVyaudot
Palls precinct
Pleasant 1111 i precinct
Barker Mission...
ADDITIONAL RETIIILNe.
teatranay, 2:30 P. w.—The following addi
ont%l returne have been received :
Willow Ppringr . 42
48
Dig Springs ..... 45
180
Leavenworth ..... ....... ...... ....... 630
I=!!!1
Thus it will be scan that Reader has received
1,936 votes in treaty •tar o precincts. There
are still twenty-nine precincts to hear from,
and it is thought that hie veto will exceed 8,000.
1:103011118810NAL DOCUMENTS.
The Free Soilers of Kansas are getting up a
queer set of documents for Congress wherewith
to contest Whitfield's seat. They make a great
parade over what they say they will prove, but
whether, when it comes to the scratch, these
documents will prove anything remains to be
seem, and I am not at liberty to make free use
of them, but will state that they purport to estab
lish, viz:
1. That t can be proved by pro-slavery
men—Dr. Berland Mr. M Wallaoe—That there
are only four legal pro-slavery voters at Frank
lin, and that Whitfield received 61 votes there.
2 That It can be proved by persona residing
in the district that there were only 30 legal votes
oast for Whitfield in Wyandot ; (he received, I
believe, over 200 votes there.)
3. That of 230 votes cast for Whitfield at ()int
eratomic evidence can be got to prove that not
above 50 were legal and resident
4 That at the Baptist Mission, which gave
100 votes for Whitfield, there aro in all only 17
legal voters, and that only 13 of them east their
ballots.
6 That illegal vote°, number not stated, were
cast at Oaakoe.
6. In 6ne, that not morn, if as many, as ono
thousand legs! vomit were eget for Whitfield
throughout the entire Territory.
STATE ORGANIZATION
The Delegates to the Constitutional Conven
tion have been chosen. They will form a *Con
stitution for Kansas, and apply for admission
into the Union. Governor Roeder will he the
bearer of their constitution and petition to
Washington. The question of the day—for eve
ry day at Lawrence produces a new topic for
discussioc—is whether it will tie expedient to
organise a State government, after framing the
constitution, and to make provision in it for an
immediate election of Governor, Senators and
Representatives. This is not so novel an idea,
as it appears to be on its first presentation. Of
the nine States last admitted into the Union, six
of them took precisely the same measures—call
ed a convention without consulting their Terri
tonal Governor or Legislature, and pnicectled to
act. The formation of a constitution, and the
election of a Legislature under it, the advocates
of this doctrine contend, supersede the pro
visional government, and ends lie existence.
Reeder, I understand, is opposed to it. He
wishes the convention to terminate its proceed-
I in!, as soon as it frames a constitution.
L6.OOLIPTON AS IT IS
I saw a gentleman to-day who hasjustreturn
ed from the noighboroood of Luompton_ That
metropolitan city,at present consists of part of
a log cola's, owned or occupied by Mr. Jones,
who was elected Sheriff of Douglas District, by
the late Kansas legislature. A few others wore
ere Med, but they were reoeutly burned down.
The sale of lots takes place on the 22ad inst.
Gov. Shannon promised to attend it.
Snug THE MAN WITH TIM lion HAIR —lt re
quires Freat coolness and experience to steer a
course dowtitho rspl4s of Sant St. Marie; and
it short time before our arrival two Americans
bed ventured to descend them without boatmen,
and wore consequently upset. As the story was
reported to ns, one of them owed his salvation to
a singular erincidenoe. As the accident took
place immediately opposite the town, many of
the inhabitants were attracted to the bank of
the river to watch the struggles of the unfortn
note men, thinking that any attempt at rescue
would be hopeless. Soddenly, however, a per
son appeared, rushing toward the group, frantic
With exeltement "Save the man with the red
hair !" he vehemently shouted ; and the exer
tlonewhiah were made in consequence of hie
earnest appeals proved imecesaftd, and the red
_Mitred individual, in an exhausted condition;'
as safely landed. "Re owes me eighteen dol
lars," said his rescuer, drawing a long breath
and looking approvingly on his assistants. Tho
red-haired man's friend hod not a creditor at the
Saul, and in default of a competent claim, was
allowed to pay his debt to want°. " And I'll
lell.you what It LB, stranger," said the narrator
of thelorogoing incident, complacently drawing
a moral therefrom—" a man'll never know how
neoeesary ho is to society, if he don't make his
',life valuable to his friends as well as to hisself."
, —Blackwood.
Excitement et Etlwankie.
quite an excitement occurred at Miletaukie on
Thureday night last, which bad its origin in a
most singular freak of a lady who bad died, and
who being of Rastdatt birth 'requested that her
body should be burned, and her ashes returned
to het petite land. Accordingly, her bueband,
who is a man of wealth, got a couple of cords
of wood, nud placing the elan on a funeral pyre
preparatoethe Hesston, proceeded to burn the
body. The authorities, however getting ' , And of
the effete, determined to ppt a stop to it, and or
dered the body removed. This was resisted by
some one hundred relatives and friends of the
man, and presently an immensecrowd gathering,
a terrible riot was feared. The Rheriff called
out the posse comitattis, and things at ono time
looked quite eerione. The authorities, however,
enoceeded in preventing any outbreak, and the
body was taken to the cemetery and properly
interred. Mil waukie Is getting to be quite a no
tenons place for little affairs of this kind ; but
we think the origin of this affair is ono of the
meet extraordinary we have ever heard of.
Plaindealer
WEIGHTEI AND Mitsspatts.—A quart of flour
weighs just one pound, a quart of corn meal 1 -
pound and 2 ounce, a quart of butter 1 pound
1 ounce, a quart of loaf sugar 1 pound; a quart
of white sugar, powdered, 1 pound 1 ounce ; a
quart of beat brown sugar 1 pound 2 ounces, ten
eggs weigh one pound, eixteen large tablespoon
fuls make a half a pint, eight make a gill, four
half a gill, &o.
POST OFFICE ASIMIltB.—Tho following changes
have been made in Pennsylvania, hy the Post
master General:—John Loor, Postmaster at
Greensbwrg, Westmoreland county, Pa., vice
John Morrison, resigned ; John B. Stewart, post
master at Tyrone, Blair county, Pa., vice Fran
cis M. Bell.
Barnum bas sued the proprietors of the Cin
cinnati Commercial for an alleged libel on him
self and exhibition of infantile Bankers. The
show is said to be a failure, and Barnum proba
bly wan - tale make up for - hie ioeK lie lays hie
.damages sit $IO;A00•
air Ague and Fever of Three Years ,
Standing Crated.;-air. Jahn Longden, now living at
Dearer Dam, Hanover county, near Richmond, had Ague
and Fever for three years; moat of the time he had chills
twice a day, and rarely less than once: he was parched
with fevers as soon as the chill left him ; and after trying
physicians, quinine,- most of the tonics 'advertised, and
everything recommended to him, was about to give op in
despair, when Ciiiiieesiipartish r Atature was' spoken of: he
,got two bottles, but before he had nod more than a single
ono, he was-perfectly eared, and has not had a eltill or
'foioralaaa: • "
Mr. LCUrA(I)2 Is only one out of thousands who have
been benefited brthis great tools, *iterative and Mend pas.
• Ater. Fie sdrertisament
f. 13,
speak of Bl'Lane t i Liver Pills which - lave become an 1
indispensable family medicine. The frightful symptoms
which ariee from a diseased Liver manifest themselves,
more or less, &ever/ family; dyspepsia; lick headache,
obstruction of the menses, egos aWatiiv;r4t4.,y l the
side, with dry, hailtiog cough, are Obt.he feillitleothepatin
preogeme,l4--isaktF these . rig. 144 as plir*e a Bove.
`Te2gflzemofy. They 41*-nerr . q,Stilk t rid
iherphould:,be kept tag times bif4Ltiltii
sl I: l 4 ,l7l clia—Jr4e twit: t*ee 014 tio*d,ek'or second
or third night. Ktheieda noCjiuriidivotrOtteigiutas by
nest take on ore: - 4 b . r . eukfast
should Invariably follow their use.
The Liver Pill may also be used where purging is simply
nerenssry. Ae an anti bilious purgative, they are inferior
to none. Ana in doses of two or thine, thOtgilai
lug relief to tack headache; eise;-iiiiiiklit'deiititigetiteiittra
the stomach.
Purchasere will please be careful to ask for, and take none
but Dr. Mimes User Pals. All others, In comparison,
.=witarttdes9
Air The abpvetam AlTtane• eels'
brated 1/erinituka, can tioi , be halt biliiespectable Drag
Stores in this city.
Also, for 0010 - bribltro'gi priptietors,
oct22%tty
kir Speaking 'what tiler 2iiisavir .
gentlemen take-Passim in testity . ltfraniiigard to 8. - A;.l
Fahnestoek's'VernolsB;,teami wed ;
tt In their private .Prsatiss as Piisk,biiii-lbr iiA4 l 4 ber,
nd they have known tt, by observidigr" aiito be
49ifl
Messra.)3. A. Fahneslicti ®o.:
3 I a
aiming sold your Telushlallorniifugti Or ,
Rome tfute, and. having seen it used for many Sear ir
would recommend it to all as a safe and efficient retkaW
for all eases of webs- In no inlthinenbave We ever Seen
any evil results followiqg its e4rainistrction,,but *WOW
bag It answered the -imposes - far arhith it was intend*
and been entirely hills/setor,y, = ' :e
Believing that trirrythini-that sei-_iorth-In
regard to its virtues is strictly in actonlance without ffik
sarvation g, not only aspractitictitereAnit na Minor Iffialts r
we would unhesitatingly say tolill_itin;_renitidOliatitlit
the best V arerdfagenow in use, and that its virtura, arnteit
known when triad. RlELY;ffil&Mlrliffilibt:ll.c
Sold, wholes* and eels* b id Ale ceIISOPO DruffiatlY l '.
and cOtalt/7 1 XlerellAra 5 through6i emmiltea .
oct23:daw
ea- Important to Vonnefoi—lliesr
erIekh—VEGETABL . E CAL Pti%**.i.LiiiiNii t l / 4 51 ic
dere are put up innueireind paeis.ond , assueedly a OM
article, not cull for the Ounce incident , hihdrtes, dfirk,,
mine, and 'other at bnalo,'trut they - are liktrittot an duel"
lent article to lmproie the waitan ;;."
Ftr Milth ales, they not only IntpureathoturtalaitA
cove, bra they inmate the ittatitl "*P II al bit'
prove the quality of milk sail butiorc
e el
that It IlWassea 9 6,6 * 1 ,0 4 f r. fccai4T4. Pi' una
to pound a week to each vow. while. Ouse perBoyeilvhe,
have tried it ears' poEmti ;tfilw‘rpeimilii per
week, with the kerne kind :ttebefot* '1;It oue
thing Ise are certain, all who rum Dame. Wit/rise-40 the
time, and rave money by the operation seven - asitirerove
the eppearanceof their *Welt Prise 25 eta. a paper 6 pa
pers for P. .u.lpsven, -
.
MEM
t b ,
• 'c - r J;t,4,..?,-t--
OBIUNG, RILO,f3,
ilaCreesorti 0.4
licu 60 Word attest, onnerert.Pomei!'
Oonies Wood swat, nod i'firingn IOW!
Wbolonate and Retail Agent..
inhalottioM for Pile Ale
The mode of Inba,latlon, in mum: of diseasellange and
throat, recommended by Dr. Cartfa In hie
strikes us as the tine, ono. Ula sow iensMiiiadMitted by
oar best phydelahe, that fatal itiflicalties eas 0 11 /3 1 X1Buc
awfully treated by focal oppllealloalt Thleftiitrad
beep putMedfroli tbellist Walt rr.ileet4ii'4u.xo4: nfnfli
motion and earroaterna, and we anemoterhi diseases of the
throat and low may nett* treats:lln MS Sidllit
we believe they mil: In this variable oiltiattinf
where lung 441.4ott.5444.sintofyivre becorps so pte4ii;
lent and rife, we earnestly tq , rim pithlle,i and
to the aigiefal aryntay, boaratt theinseii.ra
remedy —(One who has tried_ . It y .. Eeb .adyertismaindln
this paper. '
Chuttors—Da. Curtis' IfIraRASA !ti the, olgt;"landintly.
genut.. artiela
.
Stockings and Hosiery ,for Vfdlater
—lf you don't want your feet pinched wlth•bad and atifirt
Stockings, you wal take our adviceand goto q. DALTA,
turner of Market alley and fifth street, ma buy some of
those elegant Fine Stocking's, that make.- your feet feel r4q: I
and comfortable_ DALY also makes and Sep 'emery var 6
sty of Uoslary that you tan mention, at wholesale and"
• •
Remember the place, comer of BUT* apeiiii.3. Flab
street.. eit4
OHIO & PENNSYLVANIA RAIL o`= I
HE ONLY RAILROAD
EUMNING WEST PEWS VITTSEVEGfir
Tau Fast Taus 1010151 NA 2 L. b.l...throngh to Cincinnati
in 12 boars and 40 minutes. • ...
MALI. Taus lava At 8 "
itarnstis Taus " at 3P- M..
Thoos Trains all maltenloste cottnections at Credits's, and
the find two eminent at Alliance.' 'Me dinect . ttrAES to St.
LOllll now open, 'via. taretttlhei acid ir1:4 8 44 1 / 4 106 '
miles shorten' than whs.. Clorelmitt. ClmUnettatte pre Mroln
at Itansarld with the Nswarlt and eanduskt . city;
and at CreAline with the three nods, 'ttolticentiSting; thers
For ;tarn:alms wee handbills. No EXMIi ma an llandsx...„„
Through Tickets sold to Cusintud; Louhrrpte lit Louis.
Indianapolis, Chicago, Boric leitindr,lVrt
and tho principal Toinert and,citiett in the West.
The NEW filtiflllTON ACCXI3IIWODNPUIN TRAIN
lours Pittsburgh at 4.45 P. kew Ihrighinn , at 7.80;
A.
for Tickptr stpi further InforrarttiDnAPV tcr
ra the corner, aloe; tirrofer: thelgai=tiMirrto
•
Or, ea the federalinfect
triallaß PASZAlNrdrlilAtrat;
Pittaburgb, Jury 24, lAMB. ; .(3.774)
OHIO AtIO 'INDIANA ,liAlkßOftlli
zwo Tm. _
Continuation of V
the Ohio' antt ane. it 4
TO PO AT"
rase irtacom Ana ticanixiitrizs-yrnox.,mvpip,a9n.
Trattut (toutua# garctrastune
orNiout deentionea
all Me Praia on - the' QUa:aatcr - Pannti. &tad, and ao at
rarest vith ,Trelstir fait-fkrtt!, , aatt,g9tithp on the Mt^
ItivetanatikallZtionalleW.dl - :.;" 1 V. J
For Tickets, apply at She Railroad 011hatatat the t:440,,
Arid remisylitattla.itallrosidOompany- inditttlboxibi + 1, 47 , 7
parry fay ? at at aoy et thefelltralug point= .„ 0
Vorty . V Kyrie, Belletoataitte, ;
- ' 4 3 Pnn a = 4
•'polls,.
• 'ittua llCb
Yersoos destricalickataillt=rolar walla tor
Ticket do. by Ohio oockituilanzt
jea. R. Entatglaikttillatet....-;
43r oat at sch,,tfis, 1tvi0i4 r ,#0441: 40.1 4
amino our stook of Ora
recolveCl, a larga total Shangbaltealeattal, awl other eita4ii:
of Claps, which w 4 . :Au .eu low r mar.
octl6 MOtt.GAN A OJ., 161 Wootfitrt6t.
HATS, ILIMIGIfe nateWe- Tia — affintlat
ITAIN3, which NM be Mild, op tr
am ov-1104 : 4. 4 good tharori r w ,
Atapectiortiatteat - ari4 goad atsz4, ~
and an extr4appafor_44.:4l4lattd!pe.,-.... : ,_ _ ft
- • , IMiia-ANAY ar,2 , 10.1061Y0101 a t.,
' , " ,• Naiih M a el p: t b inalb- P r t ab i ler ltu i l. t:Z o L7
_,
cena;~;;. ~ ..
110; - CrITIMICSISI. lzunt tritiketaniptany.l4.
Plitsburgh.4...Wll. 13 SALBY - Pringdent;
...
, 13.1111YIEG L. Secretary:
Z Utter 04 Wererfarre_kbdireirri iterketan& oodstreett; , 1
Imam HULL and MBAS peke, on the Ohio end hileatre
~, , 7
81=r:send trftratari gr es: 0 - -- , 1,..:.......:,
fe.as ThAtt 1Thl•
41130-;=tule 1 , 044., pmuyst4-411411011
thinaticrttliMeg100 . 4. ~ ,
Winiani.Bagaiki t ..,..„; : . _ ,„..4 3 / 1 ,
lexecirat:OaciPeri •• , 4 11 = 41 . f.r. , . ; .e,
fhputel 14, :, : • ~- ~ W ui XlDAuttq. !--
'Hobert/I=4*k- ' ,Jobhai.DawfraN
lose Yd. Relaunch: , Iftiirj44o l 4l , kbl ! !•.,::-IT ' •;:z`L ,
0.1141.4aug4; . . ..s Sagxmlbsep...,,,r , :1.%;$
wetfOryakt; . '-, . ...)4414z0n ~.,.,.1 •,,
.-, - ...TAPablon . -, - ,-. -,.1 ~ 44£41 L r
.. , ..
, .
Pennsylvaniw-InsuraßeeT Colnp,4nY
•
Coruer of - Akira rua,araithaeill4troite.
Mr.IIIIOIaZED .OAPITAL. 08901q9-4. ,, i
ItonazllnikUnge and other Property.soinab Lose
U•r_l 7
or. Damage by Axe, and the Perna albs:el and
Inland Maim:A'R- •R,
W :k; .f • I
Wm. Y. sotteeteo, Etterfrui j
ax)
~„Acnnearrarieno,
'Jtobeel3: ttiogle4, W. Eleven, . _
1, - Orter‘Sprodl, 'row
A. J. Jonas, - _
0.0 ibu iv& • -
Preddeno -BODY IPAIMEILSObt. .
&ey and Tonsaroxrdi.,A. odBlll.lB,
Azditanl Stiffen-B. & OARHIEIL on.e2a4j
PITTORIVAttif'
/lie and /Whip Inanzanctaton94Ay3 ,
A:rol.atsszar'ime.swia
CONN CB OF !YAM
PITAI 3 4ITAP*I ,
i rtgelin-lIALVITAY,PrtstdepW"
ill& D. 10111.11,
Thin Company_
_make2trianoffe 419:1111oetnertAblaw ttiA:
connected with ' Its .4.:n t , c".
tinlioniKlorgeltlekstatAbo9hlCVAndk ,
elAs l trzotnd isibolsriesosnilifluititatioksighnetslo.
And egaet unessiDnins=l4l,-.exidnigshink the
Pl4ll e of the Beaandinlanal tstim
Policies issued at thin lowest hides connb: luu
to all partina. -
DisSMOIIII:
Robert Galway, " . ''' Marini:ler L c-,
,
' Biedrif ,", i --..1
3cmesB. HOOD, ' /ohn'itabittet4 , .-7. ''7:
Johnlrairdit, - ' ; ' Baltttielarghttitett, ''' 1 --
Wllltsei Phillips, ' 'Wu* W fiellteiti - "' I
John ficott, - - , 0110,s4at ilitt4 t; 0 -
Joseph P. otinele,..)f. P4: - Diteid 111 -bene ~ , , - .i
.101.1m540hatt, --• -' • Stant Wailli - ''
J. -
'Romeo 11. LokiCittiuthitt:'!-,t ..!:ftbifil
PEARt [ROAN ' 'MILL ,
: A. i .- I_, 'kid ti.E.t4 '''k:
11M-FLODII, DELIVIRED- TO' FitlataEl3pl4o rat
the two Citi994 -
• t.t
OUZO goybeflot stgoiiiacatAt 1i9 . 71114 , 40 EtorB at ,
LOGAN, MUM:* L N - 4: - ( Wopd etteet, -1 I ,
mum fr,.lizrrom,iceonmrtiontrAgut , 644 3, l4 ireit,v.
H. R. scaviwm,pruseA.A.ltesrAmv: ,
4 i
: cien,,gi o Dai,lvamt.:;). , t ,
• ir2g • Bin,lnkle'l4 l 4liptiallirlik , OV
UGAB- o phdAininielt. o.'tragatior.l9llobY
S
octZt amrea,lum-s-
T~~
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trilr Batchelor's Hair 133re.eveDo not let tna
evil effect, of other Dyes deter you from relying 9n fhe
great or.glnal, wallower!) eafi, entre „wad satistant&j.-
Made and sold, or tiokted," nloolnlytt4„rtarwhi
BATCHELOR'S Wig 1,
fold, wholesale and sstir 'lO , ”
‘ .qO.ILSZIgn
Wood stn44 . `l, -. - 6 "Notlill'd;
liitsitel ifitlisal *jet:43l46h. staid Ina.
siilit &shoot
gf.stion• - " o ice
Atattc Ire ilorapad,
ie ;Mark ttelusystlyspacte to nes =
To 1 2ontritiA t tlidis thieldity'of theiStoligebs bAes'
Lion. or anifilitinien. thseshionnekleitsouti only y.
try iL its world4liffki reputation has been establish
alone by the =any wonderfaeutes It has affected Whist'
used for Dyspeptia, Joutdbee, Liver OiimPlalliits We:Annul
Of intliiiind.COGlSTaleitS and Nee. It should. be faked In
W dosee—sane rdtk half ImplursaTal, Tegolsely Wee
lall_haatalgs;
ue.ITTIONs=To prevent s ts, beuntil to
IfenthafellWaliird
sou at sl,per•bcAtle, or ainbottlooLfor ss,y,,tho.precott;
eters, BltielhAlDl w-PAG 414 s , /ts 01., ilaturtel.
ginentibt _ _ _ ”,-=.
c:iounar„-
latl-tbeeMoof. and_WocelitreethsillllNCEt
kis
EE VB, 'which -,the,oernirjapoyAtors by calling at this
anbe Atafertiseukent , actaklt
1 1iT5W,111:1610.040,4 - Treellakt; itar..irovs/w4711 7 flaa.111:
cay.l.OTTSllll,ll)lliNtzl/1LW4. 6 5„,,,9 1 —,
1 - 1 1 . 0 . 11 '; BlawfwEllty,11:14 , BelM1104? ~ -. 4:1.- . ,
rued Mesarka; Have yon eeeseuzazzl •1;A. C. - } ,:f.:l .. 'Z s "
- I -CfrailtignitealhattintiltamPalkar i-, c , N.
i Newport Waltzes; Paisley fklettleell; , 2
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:313jAsielllizitelrY6almiLlyftlei - gebettlitell* ,,
Trociathq":l l 44 3 3.4et tidis kit the' ;"
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; , ill Nitraftlmr-e.II:,RFAV --- ' .' :- ~ .t 41
791isiLe - mtheretEmXiiiii.ll26.ltralibinif _, 7 .: - 'l_>l2':, - 's' 1 .
a Gems for Gall= Playerif-Lat collection of twelve baaii:
1 , 5 .1. eraTilfoi thagatan by P.-IrititelVtlif ~ t .,.
ttnsixttle4aleareeizrartd , farsidf*lx sf - 1 1
A 0 1 /114tbabit;' ,. ...Altra ~ n t, C dr4 - -1413dWiprque.
A NSW STOCK OP PIATICItaaZ4:: , 6 i
Iffaiwitesni to't•r.fw-,.tt. , Tv.thts weet.. - g 0..
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40:211 . L
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xitztwjgarliEttel Init4D—By fitel)bensi en
llicetril"tatittfdrutd %%Wm! , fA - newlxkolt;'Nrldeh
litudedd itetheaemmittor 4o,ooo b 0 and *bra
re üblfahtd latihiWiltketehthere., end an,
um, (elftterelit Lotelon; hi - Silicate? len castilab4:l4 es.v
I dEe Meiji ncrWinorylttbrest.,
Old lict en byte' 'tea .Astinie 1p
e'exsese
,antl-ronino,l4lt-egiptang; of
profourtdirehtetektitrVepOeesttOth erre}ter force td the
ve - thvidatteiirttlhi - The IttorykveniC totter citter
Nrew-TettfOittetteirekestindreeetes of pattros;*ffertor
treide- . Vowetr MA in the toot Ihrettlieste;Cnfair ,
itugriorutOttoinli foteednesit-ititheOlditib • ftg
ibbelegsgMalittdentiqfiergerfiAtsvnestnitil 1111,
7 , Wile dt , the hiost42ellOttfaleaditrephie mar Otero hut
given, in, an MLIIIDICAII book. Ma. Stepberimilisplils
Iften:rplebeePlii:ttls , bsolt a-tumor that mete thet.et Dick
ens, and a dramatic fbree, grasp of thought, gettedict es;
ereedon,ittelVitidneler descripftNi fabl'ellie is nem-,
liatly'tN'muster: ,, le
p or a d o b r ,
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TbyPoi•ilinZtr-Cnist• MorTiiir
bitt
9tainotliltoni4*-thetineoneOlawttr 4 = 4 ; 7 = '„`
tdarriognintottery", by bitnitirott = •• is
' • BeocherolNVAie slather of" Iteott r orettifte r ' I
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united stoia
-,ancletWaisi far ItiEtA.y.7 ,
Latest edition Now ?nay of lielotatoyalinor the 'Env
totiodbigonointoYfOotoban 18155, compiled front the
=„:,-totruerstaf.linglish and - Wendt. blainrandidilitary
Juspytindyed:and — fainnle
.
- 0 - ILDEWENNTIY ArlX).4
Fifth at.. meattathe Theatre.
agivlAVlNviediTSP atattentltakr new pthigt
pia and wet& qted!tiee. She adrantsgene2 thts pen
: ,7s
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