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upon the public mind
...weed by the presti, Is very
iify , the authorities of Cuba
aid deny that there is any retie.
deuce of aubsequent outrages upon the
i ts of the alain,utizers denounce it as mut.-
i;,,,derons, and sufficient 10'01tce the perpetrators
of the ant without the pale of civilized commit , '
unties , A meeting VOL to be held in New York;
and the telegraph brings news •of utnlnteme
popelationimotion at New Orleans, all, filigree,
aieept in the matter of the insult
offered to thy; American eteamer ,
n flticOn,,there is
o ground of interference by - our
; EnoUgh has now transpired to show us that
the people of the Island are generally loyal to
their government; end that, at all events, they
Want no. PoliticaL connectiah with
,lgnorant and debsaad as they, may be,
they show their sagacity in ,this ; brit' they
.inee - give thenz
. 4 footing theie, they will seen;
find thethselvis supplanted by their more
We think it extremely probable, judging from
what we can gather from the reports from Ne
reus; that Gem Lopez and his little body of ad
. venturers have been routed and diipersed. It
im riot all piolnible that lane hundred men could '
long maintain themselves against such over.
wheiming wide: Should Lopez himself bo taken
and executed, it would be well enough, provided
thatbis delided followera.could escape from the
-eery bad scrape they have run themselves into.
The question has now assumed a new aSpect.
-Heretofore the talk was that Caba was to be
rpolationiya, bat now it Is 'manifest that it any
thing in done, it meat be conquered. Bat whether
thise.irregular, piratical descents upon'it win
'eoothroed remains to be seen. If they are
conthineti„ it will be extremely difficult for our
gavernmentto Maintain Peace with Spain; and
iiltinistely.grow out of these unhap
py. and .ffithonorable difficulties; then the con
' quest of the island weld be inevitable. But
- when Conititired, Wait would bi dope with it. ?
The North Wahldnever agree that it should coral,
into thelrttion 'With theihree.fifthe slave basis of
representation.7-the 000,000 laves_:of Cuba be
* bog equal to 860,000 . freemen—if,' indeed, they
would . agree tort at all. -Oa the other hand the
- South would be greatly , injared by bringing the
sugar and . tobacco of Cabeinto direct competi
.tion withiliose of the present States. It worild
he,4 be sure, of immense sommitchil
to. the North; but contniry toad their prin
, tiptoe while it might agree very well with the
moraf,and political principles of theSeutli, bat .
would be greatly : detrimental to their interests;
While ss a third evil, thecommingling dischrd
sat end hostile varieties of mankind, in Cabs,
rould'net be, iit#eiwise than injutiotaand dee
. tractive to its social peicerand happiness for •
The-New York Courier and:Enquirer apelike
' of the probable existence of tytentat treaty be
, ' • tweert Spain and Franceend Hogland, by which
. . .
the latter poworahare guaranteed to-dho former
the pimsessionaCciha . Should this be tree, the
tfnattiottbecinees ode ofoyerwhe gmagodu
leVisSo, doubt GU/government ii. Poe
- • session of .the fact, and. will he guided in the '
matterby ill the ionsiderations of prmleuce and
.firmness : which so greit a question deminds.—
The:strong passions which hare now been =it
' ed bY',the slaughter of mme of 'our -misguided
courdzymen, added to.-the feelings. of cupidity
and rapacity which hare fougesisted, will ren
der it a moat' difficult fask'for our.gortrumeut
to steer clear of a rupture; and if President
Filltenra and his cabinet Carry the country safe-.
ly and himorably_through tide danger, they.will
be entitled to the lasting gratitude of thcircoun:.
• We closewith the concluding paragraphs of a
long and able article in the New York Courier,
disctuteutg‘ the question of the annexation of Cuba..
— The North, we repeat would greatly benefit
by the annexation of Cubs, Gnaws should promp
. ly admitit if desired by the South; but to the
South, Aigr admission into the Union, would be
The idisa of Cuban Independence, is an absur
dity:.:Her people are ignorant and moderated,
„ and unfitted for self government ; sisi.what is
more; do not desire independence. Her best
position is that of a Colony of Spain ; and armh
we venture to predict,she will continue to be.—
The Halted States 'eft never withont a war, see
' her pass into theism:ids of any other power; and
.11.131F13 do not want her ourselves, and very possi
bly cettld net obtain her if we did; let us rejoice
• Ahat in , all human pretahllity, England and
• Erante are boned by a ~...creg treaty, to preserve
CubabiSpain,ltad to put down any attinupt at
• revolution which f;*n cannot hereeltsuppress.
If this be so, all sppreheiest - ens wising out of a
Slaverj agitation to admit or exclude Cabs, may
be at ofice . dissaisH sed. - With a white population
of which . only one out of forty can read and
• write, and only one out of sixty three of the
,children of which are sentlo school, wa want as
little an.poisible to do with Cuba except as a
Colony, of Spain.
Onto A 1 .6 PLIIISTLVAXIA RAILAO-AD.—The
znindrer . ol patsengers carried in the week ending
flaturdayding. 22d, wee 2194; or.an urns or
8615 par 'day: , The reeeipb were $2,093 92 on
the 26 nAed road jn me, an# the work was
&hie with one engine and one 9assenger
• train. .
. . .
The secession - ferment in still agitating that
,• retitlees .little; Slate: Theeeparste or immedi.•
ate eecessionista ire evidently losing ground,
while thosewbo call themselves "Co-operaticm 2 ,
• , brie are gaining. The latter (unless se may annt
• • pose it to be a gracebil method of backing out)'
• `•••• are really dangerom than the fonmee; be 2.
CiA3,4 they are laboring to .drag . other' Staten,
. .with them. Even in Alabama it is nearly over::
.• -it is likely,• therefore, that no.oPersitire semi ,
• sionisteirill be allowed to wait in peace•intil the
whole id/M.:becomes very small but cadent!
• item in the history of our countryrill affair not
• quite so , formidable se , the famous whiekey in•
ft , :ireiiic , a ' of rennsit• • • • 1
There does not appear to be anYlittionmerin
all in eolith Carolina; If there he.' they dare
• . not es; any thing. So rampant, indeed, have
•• • •• • • • •!'-r•'>•••. , • .•• they become In defence of elaverY,that they &ken.
• tO litho themselves all beoitme the SUMS Or pop.
• • uls.rprossion. • ,
The National Iptelligeneer, in speaking of the
moionits there. says—" The 'lnternal division' in
Sciuth Caroline. which was, apprehended by Mr.
Shad; has minfested di nt , by - the withdrawal
from his ranks of a numerous - and respectable
body of follOwers, who are opposed to the sepe
r&te• reilaitot Eolith Carolina, and have takeu
• • 'die usme of Co-operationiste This party
brace • emeiy of the most distinguished and Mau, -
. ....ential.men of the State,. Most of whom art in
favor of, secession or revolution for existbig
stares, but are unwilling to embark in it with
. out the aid of other States.: They consider the
• • '
separate • Sedan" of South -Carolina as rash and
visionary, and etand upon: the doctrine of Mr:
Callieun, that ”withont union and mature of at
tiodtheracari be no •effeetive resistance.'• Tie
;Million 'and Progiess of die seceders trim the
immediate Secesdonlets are stated in following
teary., we copy from the dreenville (ir
The Siira .f de liust.—The• reaction goes
Womb , on. S,ecession is on the wane, The
signs are• all right...' will not be
elines $ second Moscow. , The State *ill not
Charien bus liPoken in a yoke Which will be
heard and heeded throug,hout the Length' and
Barnwell the citliene have had -a publio
meeting and Eddied • .resolution against awes.
saw •. Darlington dm meeting was addresser:l
by fflancellor Dino, and; hla brother Janis,
wad Mr . Empty, a SOD Jags In favor"
SVaitossslon, and by Dr. iticunortmin and J.
'Ashmore, Esq., in oppiedtkas to it ••.Our correo
pendant says that the Wham owed were almost
'MallIMOUO; In % ihtir OPPaXitka Beceeeten.% .l '
pheeter.tbeinaetins vie; eastresxd .."by, the,
Hew* S. Sheet; in foot, Sail:Col.:ifitodlilty,
seceseion. .oetrerhelmUg majority'
!, ">: i
-1.1 the There are but two cocci wherein money Is
, .snd s t s•-- .ce, plenty—when labor is reaping such wages rids.
is pretty - srnu t :terms. it is creating • esidtal—and when it la so poorly
,SA the Bon ..J. A, , Woodwind, a re* Ptddiand in salittle demand, Volt - capital isnot
in Congress, hen. hiPreßeed - himself required to Betit • motimi.. Oar: labor is now
1 '" ,ilOsitios 'separate liCit94oo a letter to between thom twe Points, Mid hal boa in that
,14.- -4 4ter
the people of Chariethon. A correspondent of position foreeveral years. It cantor rise to, the
•- ht ours from-Fairfield says he candidly believes a first while 'we import so largely of foreign mer
teen to majority are opposed to secession. Ile likewise chant:Bee, and it probably will not' sink to the
Aspen firm- informs us that hfr.llhett received but poor en, teat while we can export its productions to Cali
the reoder coursgement when he attended the Meeting- in font* get half price for them, and obtain gold
, that district Not more than one man in five 'enough to pretty nearly balance our foreign as
- applauded him. While this struggle lasts there will be
The Anti.secnesion partY in Sumter diatilet ups end downs in the market—with more ups
are going to hold a mass meeting, and our car- than downs—but we shall see no ml plenty of
respondent Bays that no secessionist will be money till coo are ;'wise enough to employ our
elected to the Southern Congress from that. die-. own labor to the best advantage, of the whole
' country is , permitted by free trade, and capital
York hie spoken in tie majeetyof ber strength 'becomes a drug for want of profitable employ.
notwithstanding the efforts of the eecessionists meat This state of things may continue for
forestall popular sentiment by calling a public , years—it takes 'along time tobteed to death each
'meeting twour three days in nasanen of the a country as ours; full of life and resouties—
time appointed for the anti-secession meeting. but as the freetrade predictions of .plenty," so'
The citizens of Spartanburg had - a meeting on liberally thrown out for a long time past, have
sale day last. The anti-secession party several . been false; so will they continue to be while the
months since proclaimed that there would ' be a present lust= is in operation..?
meeting on:that dn. The 'secession party after
wards selected the same day for their meeting,
and sent for General Wallace to 'address ,them.
lot'e have received 130 authentic intelligence as to
the two meetings. But it is enough 10 that die-
trict for the anti-secession party to have broken
the ice. Spartanburg was a Union district in
in IBM and will be in 1852.
to Berry The antLeeceseion party have every
thing their own way, and, at a public meeting
in Bennettsville, they polled five hundred strong
whilst the secessionists were so few that they'd
renised to count or show their strength:
Abbeville, Anderson, Pickens and. Greenville,
'all right, and the secessionists afraid to make ,
any issue by which their Strengthmsy be tested.
FREE TRAM?, nosrsarrz
The Poilt gave a glowing account yesterday of.
the ' , prosperity of the eouttry." The picture
is made up of generalities. There are no partic
ulars given. It did sot mention the fact' that.
one half of thifurnaces of Pennsylvania toe out'
of blast, and that the price of wheat
. has aunt
to a , price too! low to afford the cultivator ordi
nary wages for thelabor epentin its cultivation.
Nor did he meetion the fact. that during the last
seven menthe we had exported 25 millions in
ci`in, and a oast !amount of
,bonds to pay far
Iron and gee:Emirs that we could as well hale
,ade onnelves. 'lie says our imports have been
large. Thai. Is very true—our imports hare
been enormints and our
. exports have 'been
very large,' of course, but whit were they',
Cotton, which ie very well; gold, which a \pro
tective tariff:would have kept at home; Hour,
which did not pay the Cost of its production; a • •
some other itenfs,..which never would hare been
forced abroad hilt because theliome market halt
'eau in a gre at measure destroyed. Post
mistakes activity for prosperity. Why the enor
mous amount of carrying holiness going on both
on sea and land is evidence that the producer and
cotstimer, instead of 'being side by side, as they
onglit tribe, are far asunder. This is the pros
perity of free trade. Whether the editor is de
ceived himself, or is trying to deceivebis readers.
k is of little cottsequenee. • '
Owing to, the Sextons of tome of the Cern
eteries- not having banded in their officiarre.
porta:do publication of the bills of Inertia
ily will base necessarily to be pottimined one
dey. Wetasy remark, holteler, that the gett
er's' health of thesevities is Teri good.
ALLIS . ° Orr UT THE VOTE IN KENTUCKY.—
The Frankfort Commonwealth says that the vote .
for Goiernor at the. late election, cannot vary
Much from 108,000. In 1848 the aggregate vote
for the same Office, was 122,257. Decrease in
I.4'oatt.d numbers 15,000, -of' which. 12,000 are
Whigs and B,ooollemoerats. This shows bow
negligent, the Whigs have been : : Victory migbt
have been easily won by them. A, very little
more exertion whonldhave sectired it: In many
counties the vote for Lieut. Governor and Con•
gremmen was much linger than that for Gov.
WHY IS MONEY SCONCE!
iVe are toll, (earl Oneinnati. Gazette,)
/bat ' , labor is wealth," 'Ent that is only tree
ihen - the laborer, is liberally paid' for bis labor.
The laborer's receipt mustbe_more than milfi-
Oient to supply his dOly arMitsitolay by some-
thing for a wet day, r his labor seinres him no
health. , •
The free traders insist that labor wee never so
Well : rewarded, and the country was never so
prosperous as at this time, because gold has
been neared into the country from California in
ran unprecedented continuous stream." This,
it is so supposed, establishes the fact that our
labor has been well employed, and dud • the
hole• Country is growing, rich. Is this trae?—
Far from it. The aeseArnn rents on a delusion.
No country, seer prospered lent that depended
'cm the production of gold and Santee. Asa gene
ral rule, labor is much better employed in pro
ducing bread and meat, wool; hemp, coal, and
'ken. =dein working these raw materials, than
in producing what are called _the precious me`t
' , Suppose, (sap the Mercantile Journal) that
100,000 men were employed in the g
of North Carolina and Nirginia,.and that their
'production amounted to nearly ratan millions
in a year. This *mild be considered eomething
Ipeat, and our tree traderi would tell us how
much better it is thus to use our labor than tit
put it upon corn awl wheat, or upon mines or
manufactories: And really, 15 millions of gold
in one year, the production of one. State, would
soiled large, and make a glittering show of pros,
pertly. It would probably take us some time to
realize that the same labor employedat them-W
-arne rate of 7.5 cents • day would be disposed of
to landed better advantage, and yet 100,000
men working only 800 days in a year at that
low ratepringes, would earn 22i mOlioris,-
fifty per rent. more than the brilliant production
Since the discovery of gold in California, the
quantity of that metal sent to market from that
State has been very , large. ,The production of
the prennt,year, it is estimated, will reach forty
five - or fifty. millions.. B,ut if this Is s profitable
employment for labor, how is it that money has
been alh the' time, and. still is, scarce in that
State-that-in'the very centre of, all this pro-
elation of gold, money is worth from five to six
Woes- its value in the old States. The only rea
ein we can assign for' it which bens the stamp
of plausibility, is that the pay for labor employ
ed in digging gold hashot been so very profits.-
Ide—that it has' riot lett a surplus for capital,
but is all expended as fast es earned. Let us
see bow figures will bear upon it: Tli; popula
tion of California is estimated at 200,000 men,
who nearly all live—directly or indirectlB—qpoo
the ,production of gold. Their - manufactures
are nothing-tolir-,,agriciltuie 'hardly worth
naming. If then the gold production of Cali
fornia comes up to 5f,110,000,000 ins year; mid
is epially divided among the 200,000 inhatiltants,
they Sell bariesch for Mel year's work the, sum
of two hundred and fifty dollars, out of which—
however cheaply, this may live—we think there
cannot be much actiturnlation:
"Money is scarce in California therefore be
cause the labor. of. California is not, profitably
employed. It produces but just.enough to Jive
upon. It Iris up noshing—accumulates no cap
ital, but exports the iihole of its only prodoo
don for food and clothing. . . With. all its snow
of gold, it is a poor State., • and as e. State will
continue poor, until a large portion of its labor
is better be l lowed--until at Inst it produces its
own bread and beef and its own fuer. Thus it
appears that California wages,
ire on the whole,
low,—coneldering the cost of:liviug, very ,
low—although they, are paid in gold, about'
which there is a singular and fatal fascination
which draws men from the more healthy and
more profitable cnitivatieri of the soil. i b
"And .we are led away by the same fuchsia
don. To get the gold of California, we send our
own productions in almost unlimited quantities-
us follow this trade, and see where it leads
us. The production of 100,000., men in this
country at 75 cents a day, is, as we have thou,
22i millions of dollars a year We take this is
the amount of our export, of trierthatolise to Cal-.
ifornia, and with the freight added, it will aut us
there $3.3,000,000, for which we may get back
gelato the ealueot.sso,ooo,ooo. The freight must
be paid in. fall--there Is discount on that;
and the bias faig oa the merchandise, reducing .
the .221 millions nipped to I2i retuned ; re
ducing the wages of our 100,000 men from 75'1
mote to about 48 cents *day. In the meantime, ,
free trade Is importing, from Europe without
stint, and the mouteet our der.
rives, it is paths resibisitlon to prep our debt
to foreign labor, which. has bean .employed in'
raising Moot, mining, Iron,. spinning and w eaving'
our own cotton , and doing various other ',things
forty bedMs it works cAcctp.: And thus we get
'Bo more benefit:from. the gold than the Cantor
itisn—he Ina consumed Ito-seine before be Acts
11, end so have we, Under Cabin:D.o4e ammo=
we hug imparted as extra 26,anlilloasorldch we
In, alifor ona old; 04.04. a!
o : PO s "'
liona—in our *M Toy unprofitabl epu,
II for altoacceiteel or -ibis side of tho-irate:6
Cu, liter. nab Californian** un
LrofitaNystmoloyei—ltli barely getting,* Ih .
=Vaal eradng wealth sod blealsarblg
Then why shou2Fl not mot t scarce here as well'
• Lerza.—By last night's boat ire received , the
New York - Herald of yestesday morning, contain
ing full details of the bloody dotage at Hanna,
the mein tante of which are given below. 'Acor
respondent of that , paper writes's tollows,ander
liavaaa, Almost 16--41 , P.M.
'I am too much .sfeeted 'Tito to you more
then to say that I have this day been witness to
ono orate moat brutal acts of wanton inhumanity
ever perpetrated in the amnia of history. Not
content, this government, in revenging them
selves in the 'death of these unfortuhate and,
perhaps, misguidedmen, ended:itch, it may even
be said, watt brought upon themselves; but these
Spanish authorities dawn to be most severely ,
chastised-for their 'exceedingly' reprehensible
conduct In permitting the desecration, as they
have done, of the !coulees clay of our brave
countrymen.., This morning
Forty Americans,. One Italian,
POUT Irish, , One Phillipine Islander,
One Scotch, . . Two Havaneros,
Two Germans, or HungarionV
were shot at 11 o'clock--after which the troops
were ordered to retire; end some hucuireds of the
very vilest rabble-and negroes, hired forthepur
pose, commenced stripping the dead bodies, mu
tilating their limbs; tearing out their eyes, cut
ting off their noses 40 fingers, and some of the
poor fellows, (privatez,) these wretches brought
to the city on stiek.4 - and paraded them under
the very walls of the palace Oh, the eery re
moembrance of the eight I. frightful.
I never saw men-*and' could scarcely have
supposed it possible—conduot themselves at
such an awful moment. with the fortitude, these
men disptoped under such trying circumstances.
They were shot Biz at ex • time, 1. L• twelve
were brought to the place of mention. mix Were
made to kneel down and receive the. pre of the
soldiers, after which the remaining:sir Weil
made to walk:oozed their dead comrades, and
kneel opposite to them, when • they also were
shot. After being stripped, and their bodies
mutilated in the bubarons manner I have de
scribed, they were shoved, six or sem together,
bound as they were, ..into bearssi, - Which were
used best year for choler* Clll}ll6.No coffins
were allowed them; and I Ala the No,
they were put into the beanie was equally
disgusting , a+ their, other acts; the hods of
some were almost dragging oil the ground, and
it had more the appearance of a slaughter cart ,
on its way to market from the slaughter-house I
than that of. a hearse conveying the dead bodies''.
of human beings. .
A finer looking set of Yozongttin I never ease;
they made not a single ootapaint, not a mur
mur, against their sentence, and dreamy should
here belphlown to their deed' bodies, in admi
ration or the heroism they displayed when
brought out for execution. Note muscle was
eon to move, and they proved to the rabble Con
gregated to witness the horrid spectacle, that,
being the fortune of war that they fell, into the
power of this government, they were not afraid
to die. It would hartebeest a great consolation ,
to these poor fellows, as they repeatedly salted,
to see their consul; and, through lint; to' have
sent thriatsst adieus, and soon little Inennittee
as they bad, to, their belovid relations in the
States. One handsome, young fellow desired
that Ms watch should be sent to his sweetheart.
Lastly, at the very hoer of their triumph, when
the people of the Spanish Owner Habanero
knew that the execution of the American pris
oners, which had , been taken to Hanna, was
about to take place, tired two shots wont, or
at, the steamer Palen, Off Bahia Hoods ; and,
notwithstanding that this vessel was well known
to them, having, es she had, the American Sag
hoisted; Ac., she was detained and- overhauled
by the Spanish officers, who, upon returning to
their Tassel, com.menced cheering andlassing at
the Falcon, proud, no doubt of the impunity
with which they had detained an Americannall
steamer on the high seas, at their passer,.
ThoThilsdelphia pipers of Yesterday have
Lin non Casonses.:—Capt. Brooks, of the
barque Louisa, at this port from Cardenas,
which -port be left on the 12th instant, states
that some -conflicts between the troops and pa
triots bad taken place in the mountains, and In
most instances the latter-were reported to have
sustained a repulse. The planters vntre mock
changed in their attachment to the government,
and the citizens generally, without fear or favor. I
gare•ntteranee to their sentiments of hostility
towards the powers that be, Things cannot rte•
main much longer es they are in Cuba. The
public mindless gently agitated., and at the dia.
posable force of the government, both by-lead
and sea, was pat in requisition for the sappree
sion of rpmors sod the interruption of private
Th s e fact of the landing of General- on
the island of Cali hes been already announced.
The following version of it is contained in a slip
teoexthe'Charlestoti Courier office; under date of
P. M. received by last night's mall.
By the arrival at this port this morning of the
schooner Zephyr, Captaboßjets, from hatanue,
which place she lett 'on-the 16th instant, we
learn that from information had been • received
there that Clink. Lopez and his troops were land
el from a is'asuoter on the 19th instanl, at Bahia
Honda, a place about fifty miles to the westward,
The steamer left for the northward as soon as
she landed Lopez =dills troops, and they march
ed immediately into the interior. ,
Ats soon as the intelligence of their landing
readied Hanna, the authorities despatched e
large steamer, &II of sharp , thooters, to cut
them off. The Spaniards appeared' to think
that the whole of them would be coon captured
and shot It was retorted' in Matanzas that Lo
, pez had only about 400 men with him.
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Wee the xis York theme'
The news from cube, which we spread before
our readers, is whet we hays all along expected
and predicted, but it not dories =dun its thrill
with horror. The execution of fifty odd teen,
in cold blood, however deserved, shocks us; and
we are, the more shocked when Spanish and ne
gro ferocity is idled to the horn le spectacle.—
The whole United States will feel the thrill and
shock, end loud will be the cries of vengeance;
but there Is another ede of this question Thick,
as s just people, we are bound to retie= end
weigh with due consideration.
• Apparently, the people of Cube rest contented
with their Government, for the . Cuba= them
selves not anlyabow no desire forechange, bat
, actually revel in the mueltieseomndttsd by their
Government: and its the midst of this content
ment, bind of strangers, armed to the teeth,
with bowie knives and six shooter eities, lead
from New Orleans in a steamer, to force 'Liberty',
down their throats, and such es resist thableu
lags are bowie =Lived, or strecited en the pound
in the agonies of death by the fatal bullets of
the six - shooters. It wee the boast,-we were told
last night by a peashtger, of the Amok= thee-1
hooters engaged lel this foray; that's phalanx
of some thirty Americana. armed With these isyl
inder rifles, shot 80 out of lift-Spanish =ldlers
=tatting therm Indeed, the nontelt- Were=
the Spaniards and the Americans was of a most
bloody , character, for' the Spaniards, report
tells us, own- - np to 460 killed or dangerously
wounded on the • „:„
Now, here fs an Mind, peaceful, p _ us,
and, for all weknoW, content, thus invaded the
wooed time, by no nation, be It remembereat;—
under thesithanc tion
a o t f
se e th erefore, •Hag t it ire,
iced, =myriad by no legal authority on earth;
and these freebooters—pirstes, rather, for in the
nomenclature of nations that is their reel name
tire, here, shoot, tut, shish, slay the people they
find there, under the pretence of giving Gunn
..Laberty.''. Scillies in the discherge of their
duties to their Government are shot with cylin
der rifles,- Edens themselves in arms share
shall= feta.- Whateier opposes or resists them
is ruthlessly destroyed, cut dawn, or thud. In
short, en blend in a stets' of apparent Peatels
thus, of a stades, subjected by strangers to
the horrors of war. It is not wonderful, then,
nay, is it nOtzitirsl, rather. that these teen,
'when captured, era shots shot as we • veal.'
shoot-rtree. with cruelties beyond sty we ever
dream of practialer—Esnediane orMede=u time
comieg here,:orEnglitharen,'lf tine they shoul d coma. Bring the mute right. home to ouredres,
in 'apposing that the Abolithed4s of
of the the Northern States ..should take into
their heads that to send s steamer from Liter
pool or Bogen, to Louisiana, bider** bless
begs, of libertj'°` ukase slave population • there;
'and ryjpst dortbie,j,tbee; that the -Louisiade=
would sho ot them, es they would mad dap in
the fields or streets!
is ix of Ws cla the its " that the
thtimoOlersil * WAareeoludon waists,
sodihstuneh a;goterumeif is . Mated eibith:
flee &reign bitertaittith. These are &finial
cries, the monstrous thiseitcmds muted for the
New Orleasepress and for the New Yost press
to pati,,whislt led the deluded fool' onboard the
Tatupmci, andithieh ?wise sacrificed them on
Cuban aoiL if .the:Cubans denim s rerolatiost,
they have elven no!sart of proof of it; but, on
th° Pissertger in the Chemskoo
represents the people dim:Melees to bapronoune
lug the invaders as PDanls,7 (Diabolos) coming
out Webs to murder or to plunder them The
feeling, indeed, we see! tru in bitter against
'toutitrymen in the streets of Havana,—not
among theeoldiers, the reader hill remember,—
that our pedple in e Falcon and Cherokeettere
badly treated, and!!•ot safe among the Haban
ems themselves .
These are indica om, nay, proofs, that there
la no synipathy wi • the inrav, but, on the
contrary, that they see regarded as enemies,.
certainly fa from be rag ;liberators or friends.—
To force "Liberty upon such men the Missitodp.
-pi Valley lute been awed to arms, and even now
armed staggiere are going down the .ohio, the
Alabama and Chat pale, to be food for gun
powder in Cuba, if it e Psonpero can be got to
WO them there. • • •
The firing oldie 8 steamer into the Pal-.
con is excusable al not defistudble; excusable
because, &ninths let;ding.of aped men from
one America* steamer, the Pampero,"tbete was
no certainty that • • then might not be swarming
with like armtd .m • • ' We inter, hoverer, that
the Spanish comm • • a pretended not to know,
perhaps did not kno. , that it wait the Falcon he .
was firing Into. ...
EMMY _CI:AT sr TEM BALT.,OI , BoX.—We hats
beard it mid some, . aliment ifidge
ed voting at the last. election, auntie themselves,
by eitying that Mr.' Clay himself did not vote.—
While this would to no sumo whatever for any
man who makes it, yet beforinlying . upon it,
it would have been better to have ascertained
the facie.. 'Mr. Clay, it is wall known, bee for
some time i past b,en In a very feeble state of
health, requiring o his poet great oirctumspeo
tiern.in the expose e to which be might be sub-
Jested, and in aro! Mg all =necessary or over
fatigue. Under th new election law Mr, Clay
was cut off homily, privilege of voting se here
tofore et Lexingto but was confined in the ex
ereiseof that right his own precinct. To have
voted, therefore, h would hive been compelled
to have redo some eight or nine miles to the
polls and both 'a in, and in weather.when a
doe regard to his e arth would have compelled
him to remain in he hones. It will be recol
lected that it wu damp, =pleasant day, ad
cempanied by m e or less rain, both in the
morning end eon. Vet, notwithstanding
all this, Mr. Clay did go to the poll, early 'on
the morning of th election , and cast his vote
ler the entire Nithi ticket. This we learn from
reliable authority These are the frets, and
they show that en b'persona strolled upon Mr.
Clay's not voting as even a palliation to their
own strange eond t, will be worse off in public
estimation than ill they had made no excuse at
all.—Losierd/c .' rier, 18tA.. . '
Gov. Joexrtos. The contest in Pennsylvania
Is raging:beim:ea • a tumid firs that is brought
about by the app hof a fits . t e eleetiod. The
outward and pal • appearanefes MID to indi-
CIO) little reason Or this Genre contest,' Or for
the datotion, by • pen, of whole powers
to one single to or intefest of the public,
unless It is to beroun d growing out of
ent condition of a manufacturing inter eats of
the State. .
Governor Jo totes adminhdration of the *se
turtles dotimi his, asevary man knows, been es
wised with grea dignity and impartiality. The
Beate, u a State, his prepared under it. The
debt of the Stat owing indeed, much to the
provisinos of part legislatures, who for their high
sauce of honor perseverance in integrity; de
serve much credit, WM been reduced grades/lb
firmly, surely, add N.S. as to give the falleliceon
fideuce to the creditor" thereof. We do no[' ask
for Governor Johnston the whole credit of this;
hat we would suggest that it not only shows the
Integrity and firmness of the Officers -elected by
the people, but the high character of the minor
officers of the State Government coming under the
appointment and direct supervision of the Gov
ernor. :.ile who =mum a battle well and Is
victorious in the field of camp is called a good
I general: and he who sits at the helot in the ship
lof state, and paws smoothly over,the foaming
waters of civic strife, pecuniary straggles, and
political dissensions, should justly 'receive the
uric honors all. country.
la this way has Pennsylisaila passed over
waterer of time under the administration of Gov
'moor Johnston., It hasbeen to the State 1000
!Cohn aim, and an even and dignified More•
leant of the wheels of the State, to defiance of
the obstruction* of a great State debt, and the
awfully parelyting effects of the tariff of 1848
open the pecuniary 'nearer:Mot thi State. `Un
der-Um Johnston the State debt has been re-
.dneed, the lamest promptly pald, the rassunts
Tully preserved, the Judicial lagislardus and ex
inutive affaira of the State have been conducted
Ina sound, iliipdfied and_antexceptionable. man
npr,the public works bassi beau preserved and
Well conducted. • •
What fault is then to he found with Gov. John-
Stan, by the hontat and faithful *Mont the citizen a
None. Ls it /404 then, bad policy In the State to
change her Cloyernor for one who, though be to
perhaps *Way areelbsd man, ityet untried in the
executive calamity? CoL Bigler cannot mate a
better Somme than Johoston-'-will be be as
good? Tide Is a question which is seriously sat
in the State by those_whose lots of the Stara is
more powerful than their political prejudices,
and we hare the fulled confidence that the re
sponse In October Will be the triumphant rtrilec
mon of the present incumbent.—Whwitaglire)
AWFUL ilitliENT-41111=IN LIM LOST.
The Telegraph last weaning communicated the
cad intelligence of the death of tante= persom,
by drowning,', near Hippies', C. W. It seems
that • party of Carty-five, belonging to the most
respestable families tn. Kingetob, proceeded, on
the morning of the lath, to 'large yatch, for •
pic-nio• on Long . bland, a feW miles from the
town. No strident occurred on the way out; but
la returning, the wind blew fresh and 'a' sadden
squancapaised the boat, throwing the whole party
Into the water.
The nineteen, ten of them young peo
ple, were drowned:—lfts. , Youlden, Miss You);
den Muter Youlden, Mrs D Jenkins, Miss
Jenkins, Mrs. Captain Gaskin, Mine May Ann
Picky, Edintrd Prgiby, Miss Mason, IL A. Mills,
Miss Mills, Miss H. Haigh; Miss A. Haigh, Mrs.
G. A. Hunter; Mrs. A. Heater; Mr. Thorn; Tho
mas Gitet;: Miss Walker, Miss Stacy. ..
: As soon es the onlizotikli eatutroChe was
known, fisteiniboit promeeded to the rescue of
those who ionised, and to recover the bodies of
the deed.—Alicaty Evening Journal. •
REITis FLOATS ABOVE FICTION.
OW AILOVE WATEL—Tbe eat cum an all •
goad Malaga by bung thm plat men, an tin 61rad
diner by aging It. And II am men trim It. the thee tt
pot% it will destroy the Potailegtl _kb
You omen Igraine math* Igo Pager the oblla It
pOOMOININ 11111t4Satilla yirture. tnethli cutti
vsll4 gentians, sad it thin ihet thee Imo establaimi
the replant= Of .12We coothouse MLA tetrad of Ear
reperille,7 beyond ell a name.. Lie Mann UP=
the human loam 1414 sozedthae with rthatel mud Pe
theagthel Piteleim,lt promotes the thing mastic=
erg eurtionnot the lady. mono getruetithe. theleces
mortal sad aimed marts. etmmtbeue the et tenth
end r elimalve 'orgasm, Penes um yam lag Maltby
blood, sad emulated. the 'ark. thintioes of the elapsed.
orgum of the tnly. Tht. is Paibeimg tatbatt the
leen damn of hem the embentlieei bele/ se rate ea it
Is gam:MP .11thay be thought by the .mend. thee It
pupate to are toa away dimem., hut Mem thug..
thia. It be Land miti.liro =Om, of the thew
m ',Utah said the bomb walir cds4st• W an 1.40.•
IMP at the bloat. Be not embed. thee. by .than ger
manillas being glared yuu by . tery *Lae of magma
oat ..ter ptheretiou" ge • nitetititt• In the anginal
John Bathe germpoillefnth est.ble terpastica the
gropietormarrants to be apnea to ell others.
thathe—Beires• sad Ask err the paging 'Or. John
Doty. Rovoperale ham Keeneake—the Um anot er. gm
gyertitesput ou =gm p.p. -
IRMO t spoowns... ILO Wood
1 eltalthareS Who4e.nt &steel &path •
SamLOrworrA, Mostalidoiowo PA, Marra 4,
S. L. Bus—Door Sir, Your hhodoum la working woo.
flair lo Ltd. ricluity; tberOlaro wo would lamb you toloot
uo tyro doom by tho Pounaytraido Botha& • W. sr. or
linty out. and it lo bring todultwi for about earl day.
, Sous, rordoutrolly, .1011 N LONG A OLP. ; •
Aohlaud ero, ay March 10.•81.!
KrtuDoir air, Your dandy •.6v roar . 1 4C..
lait.witti In hut darn Bock Oil, Taloa wo wad.
Meows tumult tow rill darn hutoullidoly:
Tow =WWI. Is variant 'rondo,. this mks. MCI
mu obtain am& cyrollout oortilkstos. if lon dostrottows.
For soh by Mayo. - • AlgDowoll. 141 Wood itrooO L L
Was, 87 Wood Womb B. A. Pabworlook, oo,lurnat
Wood mad hour irtrortg D. LA °Urn!. D. A. Mbok 7 ohyli
=lto , s.oud IL P. llobworts. ALLoOrrobitiVilatur
aulDikwry ,Chual Dada,homatb sc. Ylttobursh.
Citizen's Lima= Company of Pittaburgil
ENCOURAGE HONE • INSTITUTIONS
Oen No. 41 Wateratroo t la the tambour DM IL L .
O. Maar, Prodatta--1. W. Mau, leer.'
Otlaptar Um* Myna ta (mama' atalaltuallat
la aloft. Imo la traumas, votola,ae. •• • _
agrirt=lait tia . = . 84 ,4 24•00
au an I calamas at ' ettatbargh., aaa tatorata n. •
taws to caawatalty las ttalt rattoaaa,
WO', Wat_paglan, Was.
ftig ; W ig% at - IMrtrllk"Var24l4r.nt
Pittsburg h_Lits Immo* Ocanputy.
• •CAPITAL, $lOO,OOO.
o pprow, NO. IL FOURTH BTRENIt :
AM . stWardaiMil la amain meg of tids,PlPer.
' VirLSONI; CO.,
No. 129 Wood Street
ttor. tiaaantea attention of lidear e nte atn:ottiats .
, toszum. AND DONBSTIo
SY EECENR PACHEIS„
.Nth the . ! xi no oilaritanoti Winn
amacietnuador ILLNEIII celebrated C. S. AXES
0 TIM AFFLICTLD.—TO tbose tifileted
with that dreadftd worm to Artaniera—tha Liver Oretr.
plaint, the proprletsreof dame'. Lfier ;Slim TAM
to argi this rentodrax . at nun annotate aortas/a It bat
begot tried alb. to •11.terte of the oeurtUif it by been
road In the prectke of the meet eminent obratriarth and
alarms With triarapharit sr:o.. In offerimg these Pine
to the public. the proprietary a. actuated by a desire to
Altavista heroin ..!.des[, and offer a resiiady gar one of
the moat terrible Macrons, whkb ellaU her Vithin the euy
reach of all
for sate by
isody•Let every one who has not yet need the
'ealebratad Arabian Lialnierd. Eo to tha agiat, who vAI
fdrolah them with • PaloOhlat. mt 4, eootehabarroweh
valuable information with regard to thitnwitroard of eat ,
thy te... and it will alma gin TCa ..."4/.a. err"
ibronal 14 IL 0: Tarrell's Arabian Liniment.' whkit hare
neva been rptelled, gad eta. - • were altettect after
the talon of the meet melted& phreleians. $.. *dm
dement. • -
In Manna, Minsk WI, ars. Annan. Wann..
of Capt. Stammer White, wad motha. of the editor
it , f this paper, in the 1 atii Tray of her ate.
Om Ihneetee moroing, Annuat 2let, MI, at tho rod
dame of his father to Megaspore. Loll ?UM. egad
rears and 0 months ,
Oa nanntay, the 234 Ina, bis rettdena, In ALaah►
31 ho p Potter's Appointments.
4130135 T 28th, ;IP. New Castle, 414-
' log corner Mfg) • ,
olg!tst . illt ib h,lo3‘4l- If.a 1,. P1a .r 1 s. D 444444.
olst,'lklef. Christ CirteMlegboay,(eo2.
4 P. BL eadros Church. Plttibtogh•
• " 31447[ P. Trinity Choral, Pittsburgh;
Spteiaber 144. 4 r.ll-Aircesksburgb.tlaying eornarsig.)
ProL Thompson's Female Seminary..
fillE First Session • of the Fourth Year of
this Ihstitutioa will mamma. on 34094.7
toaber 211. Early ImJiestlon will be wormy tabor
rum sdabslom only • Umlnd mambo. ran be womb
modated. For terms mama. at Prof. T.L roams. at bibs,
Eltisbnish, Abreast 26611,1161.
SUPERIOR STREET, CLEVELAND, OHIO.
MBE PROPRIETORS having made ample
larawald .. ,o esertiout with we reilto r . stul It•
opened it tor the iteanstmolation of the e wohtto. -
She Drawing Mew, Clambers, Bedding, Uhl..
awl Battu, will not be nailed er the beet elottle in the
Allstate Clem end the robleniber Will eadeetwer to nuke
tile Ilona, In orretw department intlelletaewto Wetmore.
atithittLiee WILLIAM IaLWORD.
'lwo good Confectioners wanted at N 0.317
pberty amt. 140 ...10k34
OR SALE—Two Homes and Lots in the
Fifth Ws d--o9•on Libertr ,us. ad Os odor in
P i... of groand, Lab reoit on Rabatrr strata. by
..10J fest 00 foam st. !tuatara at CT Libertys! exary.f
werfalt . Roam
SILVER PATENT LEVER WATCHES,
from 115 in =omit wszlicitai, lost ree'd by expires
kr .1. bT [may N. waSoN.
a.COOPER WATCHES-4n -Hunting and
,„/ plain Cam, and at mneoaili lon pekes. Than ore
We bort London soanaletanal Wotan.; and of unequal'.
npauataa. • imann W. WILSON.'
aau hand • good amortaledt.. Ituutlag add Plat
wee, of tble old se
bet unto. wood and du
and have elves the beet ddlefactudi of any Waxers ever
sold Ms ' W. •
corner Market and Fourth U.
10FIT.D.;--400 bag.o Rio, principally prime,
N.) but twl'And for pfi br JOLLA W.
W WATT CO,
Auz24 • arty
"WRITE FIRTI AND TROUT— • •
bbta. W tilts InsiL L lUl;
• td. btu. Trout. .•
Lauding and bar rale by
ns.% ISA Ali tilenzir a W.
LI 608-5 bble. Fresh, for sale by.
bre. prime W. it. for 151.14
a:1 .o oz lc DAL:ILL • CO.
QAL:EitATEIS-5 tons in boxes and . bbls.,.
1,3 tam PI.NI Paws. for W.' by
IC II ALTELZ &CO.
tti,IVINTEr Tel4C4 — Stirting 'nines, by
LP. N.J.:am Cad,--the mot laterawilat wart Ow
rias *far written. dlso—Litbillb lariat adab No.
ala--1111ad with intaradiat and nodal wad*.
Per ado at 1101.11 LY Litiwary,laypot, Third gnat. op ,
Nadia tkai Prat 0111/..'aibral
otitis7- • •
AW E . RSo .lt biLk re ;, novring tbexasete . La;
r - in.i•hr
lotiw. JONN 317 Liberty
ailailatiartt IJataNal ma.)
[ 1 1 A NOINE 110SE-500 feet 2 Itleit3 - Ply
. UAL Blabber How. broiled 1= :Flit:
eu:relr=.ll`3lriewrlka tu r 3.111111a7.11141d 1.
14•11 d Nara preanare Man war Nadia howl taaaabietarad.
la all cases whore they do oat taro out aa raPN•aaNd.
the .saner VIII Oa neroadad or die lime , reNlarial by saw
51.1. • J. a 11. PILLIYI,
7 sad 9 Wood at. -
-American Hardware. •
ILIVEN k DOUGLASS, Manitfactuzers'
Ltgarts, N. B Platt raeNkthreedanatteat Pearl et.
11 TOM, elpsW reopfttrollr melte the acrostics ofWh
Hardware Trade to tbals Stock et irked^ rewind 4
Imo the seseefacturere, am for tale eel is - ramble
POMMITTEE for obtaining additional rob-
IL) ortionotot to tr. Pittsburgh and ftautormille MI
rca.lLismoanr. Taal ' '
g .1. '" 1
t hri .".. • . f. i rl Wt. in7l:
Wade Ltamptost, .
... ( 4 .. ..1tide,
tacky Puget. John timarl7 .
Joseph Pennock, Epinal= Jona.
J. 1114). Creme. John Itaithsry.
Wm. M. Metall. James Thalia.
Jelin A-Wilms,. Minima Patio% •
'Nathaniel iklinse. I woo= Porn
John Immingham. Dimes rem
lama It Bewail. . williaan Mean,
SUBSCRIBER having taken the store
42 1 r1171. BTRES7. .'hycalerlt r oientasel by'
f. MEI 11. wet Wing entirely rah the sane,
jpen. oa 14.4 Or et E•piesobPr. int AWV elect
SaD., sleek of
resat, trrenr, wintertime nouns rtiennicso
tor with a engt of =LIMNOS iND FORNLM
GOtaus Z , Daz i = blattofore Wept by that well
No would resneethirmee perenni
bloarnlnt h enit Mem /Aleer .teltew Gowlea.ebet.
Me Was ay obb • more omelets stock' else
here tn the I,lty. as h. team devoting leollenler ale*.
bon to the. Onstage of beteiners.' Importing the win
e ,. 1: . %.1..! , c h . e..000de I/
, IsBri z er m ln a mta r tefoet.
inR RENT—A Storeroom and•Dwel
t . retail On:eery Waimea: TM rest VW Oa
•!'""" 4 "'` biArruzwskoo.,
i t 6 matt 77 Wan atm%
SUGAR lc MOLASSES—
uoc "l2lll , Lryt
POWDER—ISO kegs arti' g, for . . by.
ou* . J.l B. no
BWI) his-z2 OO daiitOin for sale
'sada • J. sR: PLAT ' _
POLL HEADS--8 dor. India 'Rubber, Jost
reed. • br•ollfial satiric tar sat o. tb• Ra6Lrr DO.
~ sod V Wood a rale2O I P. aH. PHILLIP&
WINDOW SHADES-4 !su T pply of Trani.
, • ' wh ! d "” w4 " ; V: ricet t ik •
pou :l ßUll , B . ELOAPES—Zts.jastrea'd
V«.l 7 t! '' ark'
mat STOCKHOLDERS of the "Pentusa
r ty lteg. tr4":4l l %.d'AV.dislit'Ven.r.
"t7ma.jthl: M nhrd e
of C t il b A . RWIIINNIerig t .. B =I4-
z a . . Stonier of the lloord of Directors. •
, • , 0 0 0000 E 1i 12: 4 1 ON
Eat ramtno. Amt.
• PALL FAIGLION. •
Urs liave just received this bea
• utiful -
4.74 ggrza . n tivaies, wo Welk. the War
aurl3 • MOWED antrtn.
Penn Obits- Works.
kVRENZ (formerly of the ,
0,16 of Wok. WNW . • Os.) lisnahrionors of all
rms. BOTTLES, and WINDOW WASS, 63
Wateo mot GS Front Wad, PI tubargh. Ps.
b. liztloalas 111.6000k050 to odd Aso of Alskkor
awl 663 mint* atooldir t 1•1 asul Tads. sot 23
ritRABLE i i ROPERTY the
r ir tnet l';: r # C 1 Af t tgertgi bs*- orlig,eirt.gie
g temsolifols ha maw woo • is 0
1.4 front as Korth o,al Aea. mooing beak to libesty
ittsmt owe 276 tot, oar oaMbird of so atm oa whiels ta
Bela 71.06"<ant•kelas Sea roam. promd Wet
Mak Ilk eat& sad oarrise• 11.910 ois Os tam of lot.
to as nag an any /a Alleaboor. imagoes
re:6llml at lam Saws Poe
va,sitibi,!care of 3. RIOS & Co, mar of rguth end
OM Lassigollgal • JON. LOD.
-, , .`,',...:•;•-•.-."..t'7, ,- 2 ., '-' , s - i-- , ',: • :.:'..`L:. -,-- ;: - .... -. _-•:? ,-- .; ,, ,.. , . - . -- .: - .,,,,,, , z... , .
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,: - :- :'; - :- : -: .5:-. -: . • ' l ' . : - - ' : ',‘''.'4 --.- '''''-
~-.„,,- . , , ~.-,....: ~-.,
OCONOTPTES,Jnat reed. ZOO tees
M i ls Rabbet Ha .:ai
waist. It swat ... vre .b,„,,,, m=4.
ar Zelt n. = -) -- " " q_ : - /ETE ems . •
arsda . Aram - tot the MazEillettens.
.A/A3l-25 W. far sal! byifia-To-D_iiii
r. SCAM HUNTER% or Romantic Ad
- 'alues Nattbern Maxie g , im,tc m .R.,
11154rmtbr a alisriWartlar. ,-...
BLr triat•••• • ic= IF
UOAR AND MOLASSES-
0 =ebb's. Plustatice
76 M N.O.Bsr,frg mi.
.473 JAILIM DiLILL, 68 Water 4.
f4OX'S Pitent Sparldirtgaslatine-3 gp:r
Oz o uble by . •• •J• ing
AVETHERILL'S PERFUNIIRY--A fresh
' v lot for do by saaaa J. ACIDD & CO.
FRESH ROLL & TUB BUTTER—Ree'd
lIIIP day, Saturday, nom aadj aar tale at
ISCMAIN Tim Kart. thasaarat.
IFROM BOSTON, just no'
500 Itt Vos /sals lltbsr Her.
Tor ale st. dr to Ssbber "
istso , J 11
PACKED BUTTER-8 bbis. and 5 kegs
2re k 7 LSMAIIDICEST 00..
mg= - Water a Tian an.
nrfORPENTINE-10 bble. oca r al i rr sale
11-jan • • ionmsorblia sod wood U.
L i g "P
UP. CARB. SODA-3 kep . for sales
~ntll e . N. W/0112BAIIAN.
11-luo bAs. straits, for tale by
anal ;JAW =DILL,tt star it.
ale by anal OLE LEATHER—SSO Sides
"arm.. prime,' for
win t •
AR-100 bbla. N. C., for sale •
Nairn JAYL D
IRE BRICK-20,000 for 'We low to close
omtmoant. trr JA.103 DAMP=
11Z . 3 MACKEREL-120 bbla. for We by
.0521 . 8. kW. ILARIMIXIIL
F 1 I ' p . @ extra • ,
ker de by saal k HIE3AUGII.
ROOMS—'.2OO . doz. t a w! IlLul..tuo
CHEESE -100 boxes Cream, for nal° by
a y an &am: HARILLOOIL
EGGS -1 bbL fo r sale by •
mit A! W. 11.11.RRAUGH.
OLD AND SILVER WATOHES—t i
Ilr iv • hue tunr an iinnellsat sinortnunt of
ATOIIO3. of Mental sinnovW /nub
ad aura ntannteetr, in Am tuning,
;,nti cant otylos of nu m, all • and at paw ;or
It li rrtti &waiting done in oho borkinanner t;7. tbs
ken end mat trpairand •Irlonen Inen WY ,
W. W. WILOON, GI Mutat IL.
ans'Xi • - ...- mum of /earth.
. : :TVs :1: : •• :Ts'•
A T . :IOLISES' LITERARY DEPOT,TbiII
' Amp ivied - , Or the _.- Likud of Üb.
Eitt.l.22/7 of Morowes. Ha ¢f.. • . . I
WC U.lna As% No. 379. •• . • ' ' . •
. aoa.7'• l i e= Ibl:fut.:SU „
Thor Leglior i V=. . .
It. tilpnry Mt*. by G. W. IL .
ltabol, or O. Chlid of Uwe Bartl=i• W. oeirstar
1'5 6. pkowno•ll>asbAar, • takki Istillas 11:44ahir7: til
The 14”vtaris of Rug Perf•halc • his Mg.
Thu Onatoee et tAlobora . Pet•
Tanner. or eh. Oakes a Fr ash 1.1-eoo.
Team a Praetor= hi tho ot -Altos Loeb."
Tbe Tame. CoerV 101 h Illaetzstheu
TraeloTs Onkte im U. B. sad ilukeda_-.
Raw or the Boos ; • tale of nal Inn by Toro..
Trßrook by &items. ' •
e Hard Woo Warleed. • tekt b 7 liuT UMW- J:
— A — DiNittAL AND RITENDITS 11180STNI9T Of
Wall Paper Ind 'larders, for the rallSales.
I UST • RECEPTED, it the old established
IP dead, bb Market Amt.
smear hem_ met of the celebrated
mt.. WWI.. ernes'or PAP= NANO
SUB end NRD
OIAS - .tootprieteut each • walk). of errlee
utd pier es eau bully Nil to gratirrthetastee cwt
the the mon luthdloma and eamoudest.
.00 :mous PALM=
OSQUITO BARB 500pc jastree'd and
ria• vlirr dos,. LICABON CO,
mod/ 0.1 0 Market 4.
Ci BURPED RIBBONS—A. A. MASON & CO.
) baraereadred • lars• sapp4 cA tits alaacdo.
ti find PO TARLETON—A. A. - Moos
c 44 4 41=,...t • WV =mg
NeaELY EMBROIDERIES-A. A. Mimi k
.. OW to molar addilkoal quaatlast al
tlful war Oil. anbroaladea. .11 that vary
Oa or soar elating be. tb.l stack at DOW. =a
s.o. de Wu. at has ma* atsama ant. aag2o
HOULDERS-25 4 30 pes.BseonStkoulders,
4.4 ral from mot. bent_o2l:_sslo_
sar33 110amm. LITIIS • 03.
ii AMS--,511! =Canvassed; . 1
---- H . 1 6 casts P Wm a go:
. t r y 7 6l2/66 , 6tei
S U . 111,--.0 . :1 Mb. N. for i sale 1 03. ,
p 4mßvs±ljr , i;;Ta ii
O. MO • .
. 1)1 'saes
HUFFALO 'IONO net received from,
yr M. Low, • Itm liosent thole Bask,
WRENCH GELATINE, 'White and Color
%,..11 4 =1,7 rarget raw la are for curiae
Los2o '/56 raberry mt.
VOCCIA qll FLLSI, received fresh from the
soaantsetsult, and *or Met
austb erases lad Tor
VO. 2 BIACKEREL-5 bbls. & 7 Ar,bblis
ss man J. &CAM=
BEESV-100 Una Cream:
7.5 p Camseotr.
MOSQUITO IsiETTING further sap%
mbd " a -mr.III7IIC;IMILD.
Steam Boil em.
: .1A e . 4o= :
hula lituutor, RIK 13 hat Iftsg. May ans
mem a. baud lb* xtranr / 011ettepad...
anillket . SCALES. •NTIINDON t OKILY.
LIMARLASH-18 caaks Atiams'Crt:ye,
ado by • • - & 71).
sails 11=34 Church
101KITASII-16 tub pure. for 641914_
J- sew .7.1111. noTD.
BuTT--5 'Pls. and 5 kin i i * Eve o lAb . y
pirkal exti :4 :41A tsrillnrsier,mg
AV r°" 7 s , .. wk° for "le b 3 . a ic.=nm
M u OLASSES.-20 . 0 bby. N. O.; a
antl9 16 • "
-0) bap Tatham
0 hf. and qr. cheats Y. H., for sal •
*net* ISAIAH MOSEL It CO.
IaIIPER MOHAIR MlTTS.—Muirtrf &
Bencamin Iwo twatmed this briber
la, of lb. ebon sane ma asetnaa•
men • man Mahn arths!.
VrOMER, No.lol Third street, hos just
etu r o fro z mraroooolooakub?..
aortal 1 n bass aortal 1 rnk r tsz tilsvlsO.l - 7
Maio usasoudY . itszia t s SA Mee%
4tisr' n i W as c ra—Tossnf - And vs we thus estspeUid
I'4 offiv On* Ms bead Was
Lr1 " % .. ! 4- , - -
Inoonwr Palm' • N•117110T ". ,
, 0410) : . ': 'MON 0 TIM GOLDIN EULIP: :
AND. WARRANTS WARM! I—The
A ljlw l u tMVl i r= 4 "" .
1911 EMOVAL.;--We intend to =ova flout
T r WreAin c "trai: Mat i
tat ox,"*.ommtbtairlvto dial t be blesebt
la turbid:. mey , mine se anal • • •
• eagle • • 11.4[8.7 esel-9 Woad R.
-I-bnie in stare &large
led Hair.:" Osamu
ow. A INA_ _Ol Man.
WM. N o pp UNglx. Arse.
edits W. Post 0111 ea .
!1I Xl5 bbis. Pure Liuse°j.frolgg.
EARLS-8 tons No. Lin store and for
male by (salt) 3.11.13437111 D.
CHEM-10 0 bares Cream;
RT WINE dp FRENCH BRANDY—
.a4piod crpre*t mdletasl
9 r 9 9 . 9094 919 AM 99 Um , 991=TIkeartais.
PRUCEBLFS—BIock Lead Crocibkm, from
%_r Tanaka, Yaw Croak No. SD to 90. Le ado Ha b 7
utola J. moot .E9co wood a.
- Elegant Light Cordova at Auction.
St MI-ANKUAL TRADE
Otebthee. et 10% o'clock, et lb' ea of tn. wunar.
hl Immo, comer Moth sod Worse eteceNallADAT.
Pll I 1,. will to old fbe club to the
teutee collaction of *scat LIUUMLLAtiII . 24
auuui wauozis. U. In.= I D ' S "
Ilmeri s Co., J. D. Dooktitz t l . Lace
br is %ht. el a t i j gArA.
Amemg the sacrum= trill be !band ce low styie
'llrWeitossollth standlas sad top.
o lv. ..nroni &Wads wood hold wawa. and
cholco at lAM& •
No Coebkoklocat s *mom the lemma.'
Open toe esasobtatiost the dayp ot leclocts. - •
Auctioneer Magid& noticeoct Curlew .
men Minh and 00.11.
LEA.II-50U pipi Lead, (to - artirp) for
t nisbr (.41) vra miaow. nra
V. "1.41; • .. -
BO bap Mock holler; .." • ;
1O Ptolosto; •
• t ti . hic
ts - -
• • 18 W fDßoodal.;
VEDERW sry s TOMATO KETCHUP'
VA-I•lrcrradd. Ito ale Or
our II3L A. IfeCanil
aiind6maiter i ndo,,,,3!
itr AN, WXSolt; & M * i :ood
• : • mmt...dunirpbe tt=eb rj h
Aar du at um tart
*start, Adapted. SAr thA.PAENAAGLA
ANAGNAGGoriniall rim Abra• A '
satte:Aa • LOGAN. LEON CO. .
01131-11. 81:8LLOR; No. 81 Wo . od steed;
us :yarn!! tturll,•latitor fLff settolar ybettiltf
aim me thy head. C.mIeDIPDD <Mkt fun
ukoo i tgr .iris gut,
i irzl e trlvr i t
JET uu.131,4 rue • 'iglu& • -
Ilosmbold Rada sad Udix.t. Tab. - 14htIctontalt,.' •
and Bowes. Slifer Dell Walls. •
last OneelinD Sweat= ULM.
fun ...I thy toy UP h•Zit Yaw 4.
OOIIEE---300-bago pprime Rio, for sale by
anal JAW - DALZECI.6B tram st.
rAS--4 () hL chasm Lowchong; ,
. 7 , 1 Gut °Fr
SUNDRIES -5 casks Potash:
Cl!tc for sala by
J. D. WabLaAblb * 00.
COFFEE-176 18 bags M . : . for isol eZ o tt.
IGARS-5 0,000 Common, for /sale by
.ogle it V. HAERLIN
L'ILOUR-150 bblai. Extrs and 8. F., for male
E by aoslB' W. HA88113011..
FOR RENT—A . good , mondoim
hial toshogutLiNo FORDir,zde
r N.= A Cart. - ew TOI . k. ; rd Arial .
JO h. MILLOR3,
el Proxl arra. Plttsbarz.b.
arA. RUBBER WHIPS--30 S-30 dos. jist
anal Ted. tuna t length, merlon to
bind to os, brag Oka orterectsd by clims and
wet trestb9r. and t9fiabitt¢ mon); to ktop tloto
W. and tram at .boa. 7 9149 Weal R.
4„1 U AR-88 blab. Cuba and Porto no
Suers. ar ';
60HBHSD1 5 li•LLtCO.IADat70.
l ava', lip t le itler=
ON~tittt A]~TCI~: GA ~~ + ~Ii~YFITt~
t! . oxes fo r
01L--20 bble, No ; for ejir
ng tansy .FOUIL wary valonbl• LOTL each fronting 20
tees loc h s on Book fin. Allegheny CUT. sad Cm*
Inn oo lb. Pomo. sad Ohio BOSirood, ((within • Roue at
Dspot.) sad crtaiding task to the Oimil BWa . them
M affo iwi ng ;ttio ant" bicilitloi lb , &Win= OtOar
ca l sfrro= . l l) : e' ', ttitag. A l7
mass of Mats% sad Than sts:
WILITV4II-200 bbla. extra dry, for sale
PTS. TURPENTINE--35 bblz. for sale by
to sun - B. e.7AIDattrIOCIE 2 CO. •
1 0P. CARS. SODA--100 ko En Lib, for
_IITEIF.OB-600 Ibe. prime. for sale by
saglb ' IL 41.7AILIEMICK £
ACE-200 lba..for sale by _
•: E. A. FAIINMITOCX &
UTTER-9 bbla. Packed, for tale by
tun W. • r.irnaos, US Boma P.
WINDOW GLiaBS- , •Ettna plait, and sa
ver** am and ItranUfar nL T - • •
exygllo : • . 13. Y. VON BONNUOusr aw.
jNDLi. RUBBER GLOVES—On hand, s
dor socrtamat at LaMar sudGealledomes India W.
r Mores, of all tends sasardarcarld, far sale warded*
sad retail, at Wa B.DbrDeaotllrst •
QICOTCH SNUFF-40 boxes Bosons' cobs
" 1. " " A fi ' ' l ltri e". g ' ' Ntal S.
fat LEAP PRINTBI — A. A. Ittisos &CO.'
bora just nowirod own :bcontifal now otyll
P which will to wig no.usuol at •
own low grim-.
• Iwo, b a... of tboon very &nimbi* II cord PUNTS, Um
Anapest goo& now offond to thlo mate
anon • Km 67 and On WILK 4'
MACKEREL:4O bbls. No. 3 141:ge;
4 11 - .4 by R. A. MINNISOIIIII,
OGAA-60 hhde. N. 0., for side by
tollJ. S. DILIVOILTII A. CO.
ROOMS-150 do:. Corn, for sale by
sagl4 J. B. DILWORTH a CO.
CiRN-200 bu. for esle b
- QAYETY FOSS —lll casks for blasting, for
►. ...h . by J. .DILWORT tW.
ICS-4S tea. prime. vila by •
&vat ' J.& & OD.
C IIEE i I.4O boxes aei-far
i j ODFIpI-4
, tes. for Tale , .
‘A .4 1 . .14../...tal neat lbrupoosebaLw..ail,
nenlinf•Buors. Than Rump are narlasetundA
Milted Owes. nod ars ox..tinall.4 b. 4.31ty Ca. ,
Crlnsh ar Mamie= .....eplletwoo...grary Rant
Alsd. awl tr It does, act prowo allaCkedr. COM.? '
ill be rotonk.4 or Na Basor wrekusted.m. We
nay Tth arttel• bait beta in a** ornaltykla i
raigelty Ymperodlgyr ever o th er Razor. -WM
Myr, Mar IrM aotsmairs Wattle for see ram .
Ports. ybobleal• sod refallokt Wslat sad Jaaaktf
MESS MACKEREL-Anode &wawa .
N. 1. and Or teuli tiien of saleirr • -
=au • • WWI: OCLONO • CO.
Ati ACNEREL--150 Arts N 0 .3 large, 1851;
0<4.‘0 ft owe,. t.orsrahlticAsouxt:
LAX-2 tacks for Ede by
sugl2 W 1 t Meel4l)Ll2B
TABOR - 1 42 boxes Bontitight's. ems for
als by Num ,'I►ICII IdoCANDIZS3
: . for saletry
rj S7(6I4)FrAiti:,MCnMV: 7 .!I=TNNMMI
6,AL — ERATIIS-52 casks Desn's for tale bj.
azisl3 W/Cl-4 IrceiNDLEISB
1111:ESTNIITS-6 brie for sale by
gi =mix - Wie l M""1"5
VIRGINIA TWIST-29 kris for strg
TtrST received from'the out, one barrel
tut freak RYA bad of tba beat vorlatks, and kw Nola al
too Sod aka., owner of Wool and birth sweet.
axial* • -
WOOLEN GOODS -- 6as ElaiikiA Orsating
2tisstcon gads ea r sod rsit hots tfolisse
hawses, sad tsr st* sus sWe by r • •
6042 . a ver ar LYS. la Monty sr-
AISINB-60 bxs bunch in store; for gals
x 4 41 1 14 , xsetsigsgiax,LL
PALL FASHION FOR 18.51
WILSON SON, FAMIONABLI Mllll3
11181/...„_--No.iff Wad Amt. mredireattVinitag
IJOAR-.7-20 hhds. N. in eon' an& for
r (.uni 4.11. CIEVINLD.
TVS 75bozod. =
Ixncao army nss
I=tAt.dn. 0 6 Aiy
ZINC , PAINTf4
MAN UFAOTU R E HY %THE: - NEW
JEZEKI smoluallo AND MINING COMPANY,
Ttglotkonpony Is dinpued to- total& a dapdlTal Omit
• • ZINC PAI NTS . • ' #
I nad' arokl .b r4 Vetrtro l diratto,_ : 7o 'i tttbo tft tf =di" '
bout., and ..bi l z i pro r may•Anz i erier to oaf otnor
• • 1031 TE 741it:'PAINT. - ;.,'
mau l : je c i ? a , s"
twatfun i .Vd.oadjintintly boo ga aohosool
IT WILL NOT TURN YELLOW. •
w h i u onlidorrord or maga* . I . l .that
rum wboa aunt uptAa l idone .i .Ea... d .h* an . = r
I r =dl4. too
b. tO taro awk, oP to
croadd* ad rallo g far. It am a Irwin' with say
vitt, sitar ad Ask aclrtth vFablx,whkh g!ved Qs W.
BLACK AND COLDRED ZINC PAINTS..
Thew sra tarnished as to. ptionsad sr, oadoebtodir
the damped nrut toot points in du =rind tor oaring
raft. kudos ordhousao, ontuabontl,td 0rt;11.9...t4 snlr
o r wood. 61a, 66 inn, Sa Saar . 66
WEATHER AND FIRE PROOF,
Iron =dam tidy ore portirobniTrolvablo. so taot•
isna,s 'shag* , coametloa. sad Inga.l7 Tonront
Mo.? they drl daddy, Lad burins par =Wile Dm.
do ma duos'. Woe lA* slaW <Way potato 1411
Down nonliod ea littrtal rre jo trkgrmits of tho
c triTAZrl 17 biota Wham. Ptillodoltdda:
BEEF TONGUES—A prime article on
MIME PAPER—For osilzum
rcti : g.l):s Oui CO fill Nl,VitmCillimigtlf
I i '1 ' 't :11' ti: : u tt er I =tu t . .
I ~ . • • or Graham Crvkas. md.d di.. 4 few.
M.A. N dBf 00-
iialloT-0) kegs anal lima, for sale by '
. sere JAMEd A. =moos
. • .
• ,Sellers' Vennifugi.. _•• • -
• Poen Audi" Vs,Oef- 4 , 1841.
it, R. Sdlers—or Jour Yendfude, wtthout
kordisUou, a:al:oaring wed ft adoesulfely Oa nr
for tabs last four t h e
pars, think it decidedly . C ' eal
orsperathes of the kind of Irbil& I have mar adesededke,
although 1 hays beretothre used the igemeUM of afflaw
other 19441d1gi11t1214. CIi D
Le saki kY dralidath detheutir- ulaa
tortbar ataddy of mondial. flatting Xmlini and
Intalmorl dim:do now inambatames
and tan Do odd at lowed modal. dolma A/m—
-liri. Mow Cam Muslim an, aMoya aaa4
J nowthasat omart of Routh and Nation lama,
kFEW very tuperior Gold - Patem
Lem Watches. reckheimwma .
,e are rpicatal Pwhet trhimh' home
Wei hatch; &rata@ cased alea.Pidh .
"I V 'Or
. . . "\4Ol
OPEN TOFCNIKPORP,TWEETPIX, 41;
1.551. PALL ARRANGEMENT.
= "rai'',Entaxm AND nun incsitiaid:
Petruntiona - mid..4furParlei.
MI anti. namoi
IlAnier,lol2 . ruttsiNtaxi temernza =PO it.
PaIIADELPHIA., Wiz:radon &mot rat - •
Two Daily Lino Rtprets Packet *as s t
- • adli
(EXCLUSIVELY YOE PASO a.> • '
lOn and . after Monday, Anguat 25th. %in.: •
INekoto .1 ado Liao vtd loaos Iltt= i t an dlooldOTlV •
• mond= o 2 Ifelook, sod ovcx olio•ovv•••• •
( T ided lo t = 1 " C ud= ' : •
coot Itv• PRI=
i a za thls vo s s i r—ars=t= re :"*TI
<soul mod.) onabldwtoom oa orrtns fti • •
proved od to Nov sMudi a d ds • • - •
rianmEns row saislions -
Yoko the Yard sad Camborlond Edfirog.. at EvtdIENZY • •
Disuse% % o h 2 7 • 000 mant SID^ l'Od tons '
Yam to rbsba.aphai. Idtd. Tao to Doltbdoes
do Idaoutos so ;do Evolobods
If you &dr, thaw to MWDAPC
bad Manor J •
Woos, swan arr liokata a& me mum WC% krOgi“b .
' J . P. HOLmr.d, Agent,
D. LEECH & CO.,
Ocool Huts Peon IMS ;
Ohio and Pennsylvania ROroad. •
[IN and after MONDAY,TAUGUirr 4th.
P len. • Penrarar TWA
LEAVII 11 KW BILIGHTONAA TM A- sata
LEAVE PITLIBIIIIIIII.SC 10 A. =A • IL
FLU, T. its MILL . .
alrodli tone , . rear. Or eV bar Drieb
.1.1..,•= oba Hamm.. . /WA. ets ,
. - ftwiritkr,
/lirEssunGoa tickets will be ta treason ails:
Hem." PluebinZead Blwbowter.az: leaps' stn
Between Pittabgewb and 'New Brbadablowl
the emu lak- •
Sirib• Train wil/ Dacron on Sozets7.l.o , llemers.
TlVetreed ask flawellay will be goad Ibr dont:watt*
?be tad-will be exte n d ed brood Kew Miklos O.
Bro.HearpThiladelpliii tk r - Literpxllior,
t ottfinj i r j rom I'Li • Alphis on thcrialii':
olitho Ist <tooth wM•=,
IiA.RY PI= 3I ANTIS, it. iLlgrodomitlor.
• :111110e L Z, ligit . ZeL P iilarts.lloster.• . .
. •:: LA.7&2ll, * ( e grotjilairi
VI. &loth go sr* built of the but ogrl Moog weak
sad on cad Idr Ito rovidirr or Moir
11 logore tted ap_lrlth 41 Wad tothormagago,
=UnaWatsa.goad orwiroooroarrod 3* se
Sr Second Mb* out Mother Arnaoolll •
Orr on otholosodo&br men of actowled2o3 WHAM'. .
on thglo Ma*/ Ibatr Mare:mathri ms lo the pocket arnica
Pothooranuoor betrigthig r trim& from tr
tkotater ono again , 5 , , ,,,, 0 of wag% vtdett .•
rood roe don goordho. rad crxr atm/sin nolood sod • ,
growl will tarolrb them with the bdtzsa sad
ththrootloor - rriallth to thoir
Pm Or ogrovrairoco of.Ram . , ... d irtilthar ... .64 : l
: I S . = 111=4 - Ith/4 - al b. ' argial7 sal Oa • .
the or root Ofilootho the Utatod
_ilil-rProridoos supplied puma" ai llU. =llLlrig,l .
the tato.ths , nriate ..in 1.... •
loth pumps of 13 7.reto Or olli thol othr: 3 /‘!..
2114. rim 2 es- too, 6 thr. N Mrlitor...3.
If j . b.,..=... 1 1 . 111 . 04 2 1 1 N w i.417,M4
nor, sod hilt gem.* at townra t e,.:
. _ .
No. 37 V. ot dent b.lowlsKalditihNUFP
oletr. ' 'ens. instajid wool a.: P.
NNW YORK AND ERIE -1116.11MIAD.- '
1851.MOREMPOR1 851 : 7
NEW ROUTE TO NM YORK - CITY
DAIWA ad the Irte Refined. commetbss ci 4, •
. clamamens oa keittele,tbe
Columba end aseto La seeli: .aeo itlo=be
Seedy* y $0
ae anetzusatt steenere on the
Ohio suu hutidg anus. mud us Okao. neSsokilisk
P'" Vt.kg2l ALAVA AS YOSIOWS:
Eyeing NAM* " *
.7ba Stattleske stops as lamirk ohne eite • •
sleep 1 boars, sod au w•!6l' m Tuba,
'Seamy.% mortdog at 9 emees.eseetevAesseee '
• The Swum Prdelt nut ChUle.Sede.
AA.III. Yet, A Pumas. 7214.14 to
Aiiresam twee DmiM to N. Tait,
OM* St. :
Istrteel trill be Meares Anne Ow% • '
21 . _
.44sre 4 foot 4.14 s 411.41 be D.Mmrosto b
WAtrete r=s let 1
" Veiht raL vitt be ASIZIYeAIt:. Sat
to the plan of 1120;11. MS.A*L .
.: b. lM•totfiat;Aitai;ii='l7 •
Ruda= Ticket! to Beityili, cabitl
. 13EXITB • os:or i l i r i larldir - ittalitl Sti. irlI1 12 :414,
Isar. Ltattlr Ismalog , at lillatottgb osid.
41rotor. non day, attodayo aotpod.LoolbEloore-
Dostorjosno Fltiuga ad do.
I.XXzoto.,lgw•i. a. •
Idleldria do do • • ydrO. 11
:Masts tomsco .4g bo " APArad " Vorro gtobden. "'"2 l4= l
:Debts sacra for dawn 111:2 aot tbo .•
."/M=On.l or 17 or at"Wt - ollko of -
28 HOBS To culvELido.
rITTSBURGH AND CIVELMQ
`Doprou Paha gad Roasocui Lisa to Vitooktoiti.
DAESIMGEBS lam gray atoning RAW
f . d.r2r.... dembast ik r . litga rh ="
trairb...." D.b.“.'ssi m r,'
Tirkst•Etrukthlgth 6,, • - •
- /IC/NILS% . _
Colmablut sad Sas* by Cando* ad ONEMNIIIk r i
VrAZW:NlesitidersZets aLW -„,
• kw VI f l Lag a 1:41 34 .. % ar a l b lt otb •••,
- -"13.141 " d•
rot &Asti ar irdartsistAniti mmy
Aga) cams att -- • • .
- orDadta the
1851. WEEMIRN '1851:
TRANSPORTMON COMPAITL;. , -
D. Ix= Or. CIVIL 1.1111. - ' -'i
grigaigt - I'm
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A AID CANAL - -,,
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