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• • — ononnement that thin
statesman hos been at
by illb7preasure of infirmity
.Igiu his seit in the Senate of the
•.,es, will cause an emotion of sorrow
. 1,474 y. American heart. It is such men
. .
,Vrivitiot only lenits nation to grentoess
41digi . r bpi are themselves its greatest glory.
gillOaboni as", public man are over; the meal
1:,-*JJIili.ot:fliolattie it ; the grntilvde and yen
country will cheer his tow re
-*alining dam and embalarbin memory for ell
-"-ttnietunang her noblest benefactoro and worthied.
What the Governor of Ilungary desires the
• people of the United States to do, to aid him in
hie ,'grant work, he stated in the three following
. propaltiona, Contained in hie great New York
'Fetch, to ill:
Fiat,, That, feeling interested in the mein
tentneeef the laws of tstiest!, acknowledging
. I the iovefeign right of every people to dispose of
its own 'domestic, concerns to ha one of these
laws,'and -the interferenoe with this sorer
feign right to be a violation of these laws . of
nations, the people of the United States—
...reeolved to respect and to make respected
these lawa—declares the Russian past interven
'' Sion in Hungary to be iviolation of three laws.
• ; which, if reiterated, would be a new violation,
.'.end would not be regarded indifferently by the
the people of-the United States—that you t here
,fare Invite your Goviunment to net accordingly,
• .and , no Invite - Great Britain to 'unite with the
- United States in thin policy.
Strestf,• That the People of the United States
• are resol!ed to maintain its right of commercial
'.intireonme with the nations of Europe, whether
':they be in a state of revointhin ngainst their
- 'Oovernnitmts or not; and that, 'with the 1101/ of
approaching imams on the continent of Europe,
tHO, people invite the Government to takeappro•
4rieduine.teures fee the protection of the trade
:of the 'Mediterranean ; and,
-.2lrid,.That the- People of the United States
....:ProitoneCe titer - opinion in respect 'the clues
." tion.of Independence of Hungary so as I hod the
howir ti'etate.•
, e not propotition couched in the last
.paragraph, is what ho had stated in the fore
going part of his speech, that the "people of Ito
United States would be pleased by all constitn-
tional means, of its wonted public life, to declare
: - "Aitt, acknowledging the legitimate character of
Declaration of Independence of Hungary,
hie • • .
anxious to greet Hungary among!! zhein
- • P
endent powers of the earth, and Invite the
• of the United states to recognize
tilo ,
- Independence at the earliest convenient
k •-• m
. .••• tie. '
That tbese.three pioyositions are just, 'honor.
and perfectly consistent with the just rights
H of nations, few Will dispute That theywould,
.If adopted and carried out by England and
be' of immense advantage to the cause
• . .`o3Lntonn liberty, not many will call in question.
which can be urged against them
oxpediettoy and money nrgament. to
nlait; by possibility, though not at all'probable, e,
• 4001itima in a war with , end that
.:might ; interfere somewhat with our commerce,
pane demands upon our treasury.—
ehief, if not the only ground of ob-
V'' . 'ijefttion The principle, the cause is just, holy,
and.. ayorthy of a nation's aympithies, but cold,
cralculating p r udence, apprehends danger, and
opposes any real, tangible ssaiertauee to oppress
- -' mt humanity.
aiklC OPLHIONE or SUL Puess.-,We have se.
ler i e4 the opinions of a few of our exchanges to
our- readers the pulsations of the great
the people in reference to the mission.
Icesseth.' 'These 'extraCts are only the , begin
iiii;Of that weight of public opinion which
.r.„-...aeon be Arown into the mole of human freedom
A tetra the. lending conservative presses, which
plwaya oppose all change, and defend whatever
le tioti.honored with as much seal as the Bishop
of 'does the infalibility of the Catholic
..:Church, are.opposing Kossuth's. mission, and a
very few ore attempting to ridicule him. But
thelY an no more stem tho torrent of the free
_=': et:ritimeat
of AmeriCa than they can stop
. the
iopi o{ slogan.
0,10 iitnoilinfin Masses to greet the great
Cincinnati hoe. spoken nobly. Has
'Eittsbargh no husker welcome, no word of sym
pathy ror:the Nation's Guest ? ' Has she - no
~iso-to'eiprees'on the great onestin which
defiant:4in sOlemu weight over American minds
and is. startling European despots from the
'sleep of 'fancied security, as the band-writing
on the Will caused the knees of the impious
Hehduistai to smite tagether
X 051313711 KESTIROS
- Tileptople are commencing their all-power
ful'and tremendous 'response to 'the 'thrilling
. appeiya, and convincing arguments of the illus
trious Governor. otgangary.
On Patuetley owning last, a Kossuth meeting
was held In Columbus, Ohio, and-the State Jour
n2l says it was tbe largest 'and most enthusias
t:lo which:his beenseen •in that city for a long
dtn • Etesointione were passed, and addresses
-delivered. by .13. B. Cali, of Zanesville, Judge
Samuel Galloiray, Oeo. E. Pugh, Wm.
Den:a on and Hoii. Jno. Wood,.
The etiolation and addresses have not yet
.reached up, but we learn from the Journal that
it wan resolved to appoint a committee of one
kmdred citizens of Chico, twenty of whom were
to be oEColumbui whore duty it should be to
belie "Kosindh. to 1. At that Gloriotis State, and'
toputalee Of ithe boapitallti of the people.
Thill.itas a grand • demonstration, and we
:nopitreelj , from.theprociedinge. It took place
liiift:Bitardap evening and, was largely attend
4;k thaintelligence, patriotism, and public opir
ti of the city, being Well represented.
officuraappoiuted at a former meeting.
took thelrreesta, and Mr. Anates, the President,
concisely stated the , object of the meeting.
Hon. Wm. F. Johnston moved that Wm. M.
.COriy he invited
. to address the meeting. Ile
recited the patriotic and'republican conduct of
Idr..Corry daring the latter'e three years rest
dance tranrope, and stated that he - wae mainly
inetreniental is it - miring the passage of the res
- platiOein tbls tr. B. Bennie, Awritten by Corry,)
.titriting So 'wrath to this country.
:, Mr.~Corry Loped . thn.reacdutions would ant
. Judge Ifeadly, ork behalf of the committee of
thirty- me, then pretended the following-rejoin-
Ilona; the reading of-which was constantly in.
tempted brlondand prolaiged cheering
F ' We, the citizens of Cincinnati, having been
.'• the first to. take ground in favor of the interven
, tin of our government with that of Turkey! for
the releatoof Louis liestmth, then and now Goy
im:tor Preeident of !Sugary, : and. that- object
having, through the efforts of our Congress and
: ... Executive, in conjunction with the Goyeniment
" of Great Britain, been effected, desirous to ex
'.-. tend a cordial welcome to , the hero whole now
our Nation's guest, and to testify our sympathy
•-.. with the glorious cause of European litterty, - 16
-. whits!' he has mitered and
: labored, have again
• assembled, and do now .. :..
. Resolve, That In the legislation of the Gunge
run Diet of 1849, we witnessed with delight an
..:independent nation, establishing her institu
tions upon the broad basis of individual freedom,
-- and laying deep the fciundstlone of her prosper
ity In the heerts of.' her citizens, by 'elevating
.1 the peasants to equality with the nobl.;
guaranteeing religions toleration; freedom of the
press and speech; by providing for equality of
meatier/ Wand .representation. by extending the
.right of suffrage, and by establishing a more
-'just distribution of property, and all this With
, .. out interfering :seitli , aoy , vested right, or dis-•
,:'tithing the: happiness as single bunny in Hun-
Resolved, That we regard the war in IlangUy
is a hereto defence by a brave people of their
ancient and "eonstitutional rights and libertiee,
spettessful in the fielder battle against the co -
bind power of tioro'boarydespotismn, and yiel -,
"lug only to treachery, purchased only by Re -
, ,Sisit gold. ,We rejoice to believe . that war inn t
. yyet ended, but that the preseat Condition ail -
garY and Europe is but the lull before the final
,and iteettistible storm wind of Freedom, which
' . ideal sweep.fronathat continent every vestige, reef. .. ,oPPleasletl• -"i •- i ~..
.' . Boolved, Thatto each nation is delegated th
. iight"to:govern itself, without interference fro -
abroad,' and that while, -,theeetor.e, the 'Unite.
aid adhere to the doctrine of natedn
,.... ,etedo beduidf of-rliherty; it
.poa condition aod ecilong oldie other tia.
i - jt* ao f the earth odopt and praoticea polio, of
.4-interVention against Liberty.
. .
Resokur, 'Viet when the struggle in Hingari
and Europe is renewed, we shall call upon our
Congress and Executive tonne all honor Ole and
practicable means to prevent intervention in be
.lmlf Of oppression, and in thus resorting to in
tervention for the sake of non-intervention, we
will sustain our Government, even should war be
the result.
ig PA PI71?
Re..!red, That we have witnessed with emo
tions of the highest admiration, the great moral
power and surpassing eloquence et Kossuth,
who •effected his sweeping reforms in Hungary,
without appealing to any sordid or sanguinary
motive, until it became necessary to defend the
nation, and then ae if by magic a country was
transformed- into a camp, and a nation into an
army; his words was transmuted into batteries,
and his thoughts into soldiers." But above all
do we admire the eloquence which carried
through the Hungarian Diet without a voice of
dissent that sublime legislatve act, which raised
in to the dignity of landholders and the
privileges of freemen, three millions of the pea
sants of Hungary, giving them twenty millions
of the soil, and equality of taxation with the no
RrAnlved, That the practical wisdom, the per
sanal gallantry, the untiring energyy and per
severance, and the high and herdic devotion to
Liberty and his country, of Kossuth in every re
lation of life: as au advocate before the courts
of justice;osaaediior cireuluti,,g manuscript ap
pvils to the people when the press was denied
hint, as II three yearn' prisoner in an Austrian
dungeon, us the elolueat leakier of the Diet, as
Governor President of Hungary, reeking to es
tablish ••ti Republic, such a republic as in the
United States of America," and as' prisoner in
Turkey, declining to barter his religion for re
lease, and undismayed, though death seemed at
hand, have won for him our confidence and es
kesolved, Thal we welcome Kossuth to Amer •
lea: we desire to welcome him to Cineinamtti,
that we-may here express to him in person those
sentiments of which these resolutions are but a
feeble repression: that we may show him Cin
cinnati, a city born under the Federal Constitu
tion, whose site in 15 87 was a wilderness, and
whose present condition is OM a demon:el-at,.
of what freedotn can do for man.
Itesolrrd, That we welcome Kossuth in no spin
it of men worship, but as the true representa
tive in the Old World of the cause of popular
freedom, as cherished by the citizens of the Uni
ted States,'and guaranteed by our Federal Con
Resarrd, That a Committee of thirteen be ap
pointed, who Shall forward a copy of these re,
olutions, and shall lama him to visit Cincinnati,
and partake of the hospitalities of the people.
Resotred, That we approve of the action of
our city authorities upon this subject, and that
a Committee of Arrangements be appointed to
cooperate with the Council in the reception of
Mr. Corry uow came forward. and said it was
with extreme delight that he again, mingled with
his fellow citizens, assembled on behalf of Kos
suth and Freedom throughout the world. Ile
wag glad to be able to announce—what might
be new to some—that the United Stales Senate,
inepite of its conservative elements, had passed'
the resolution inviting Kossuth to the National
Capital. (Applause.) lie was at Columbus
when the Senate was struggling over the reso
lution, and had telegraphed to out Senator in
Washington "Pas; the Korroth resolution, or Mr
Senate dead!" This was not merely an im
pulse—he believed he spoke the sentiments of
the people. During his residence abroad, he
had alersys felt hims4lf in some aorta represen
tative of the people at home : and while thus a
wandering crusader, he had the gratification of
kndwing he had not yet misrepresented nr mio
taken the popular pulse of Cincinnati. He had
the honor of moving early foram muse of Hun
gary. When the Dol. of Gergey'e treachery,
and Kosouth's escape to Turkey, reached 'Paris,
he (Mr. Corry in conjunotinn with other Amer
./01111e, immediately wrote to our Minister at
Constantinople, Dabney S. Carr, urging him to
ouch prompt and energetic action so the emer
gency might require in behalf of the exile..
Mr. C. rend the orgies' letter, and stated
, .
that out,-fifth of the signatures were those of
citizens of Cincinnati. They also wrote to Com
modore Morgan, of the Mediterranean tieet, , beg.
ging him to do all that an Americatzefficer might
in. behalf of the representatives of Republican
km in Europe. He stated that when,, in Sep
tember, 1649, Gorgey surrondered—to- Packei
.wich, a plan was well. matured for blowing op
the Austrian fleet . before Venire. - Mr. Colt,
the inventer and manufacturer of the celebrated
•!revolver," and of the eabmarine battery, was
in. Paris at the time, andswas on the point of
proceeding to Venice for the purpose of des
troying the Austrian fleet, when the news of
Anstriez triumphs in Hungary crushed the lust
hope. of Venitian itepublimms. He would also
state—not for the purpose of bdasting; but for
the effect it might have elsewhere--that at the
same time 160,000 ef the best Spriegneld mus
kets were boxed op in New Tort, and ready for
ehipment to the republicans in Eurepe. Those
muskets were still there, ready for the purpose
of patriots, but for sale to despotic governments
upon no conditions, and at no price. (Applause.)
' He echoed the tone of the resolutions—thin
meeting had notassembled to do honor to a man
bet to a principle. Tradition told no that a bi
neficent being—the god Osyrns—once ruled in
Egypt; his life woe devoted to the elevation and
happiness of his people. He was set upon and
destroyed by the 'people's enemies, and to con
ceal their crime him body was hacked to pieces,
and the fragments scattered upon the four winds
to all nations. Bar the god Isla arose, who de.
voted a lifetime to searching.. for the scattered
particles of °syrup's body, which were recover
ed and reshaped knit, a beautiful and chteplete
human form. Stich shall be the gforloas mis
sion of this Nation. Nicholas and- Hapsburg
had Immolated the representatives of. liberty,
end hacked their bodies. Weakened their repute.
dons; and .scattered them . afar tuxtongthe tui
tions. Ilia Heloti, hie Cossacks, and Croats
were rejoicing over prostrate republicanism.—
A greater than Osyrns was, an exile in our
midst. Mi. C. proceeded at length to portray
.the high:lvy of the North-West, and the du
ties wo now owed to those struggling for
liberty In other lands. .1f we failed to respond
to their appeals we were the pigmy descendants
of a race of Giants. (Applause.)
Bellamy Storer responded to the call of the
meeting, and briefly remarked that but one opin
ion meld be entertained at this, Blue on the sub
ject that had brought them together. This was
an epoch in the hieuVry of man which Providence
had permitted this country to Ifißle3B. We pro
reseed the realization of free institations but
we hod not yet vealiied the fullness of our att
vantages. Gentlemen, said Mr. Storer, Kossuth
trill teach us fully to "salue our, institution'? (Ap
plause.) Ile Is the representative of the very
beau ideal of Republican liberty. Whether by
inspiration, or the force of a peerless
there it; something attached to the very enenci
lake of his name totally different frourany oth
er human tieing, of whom I ever heard or read.
Read his epeeches In our own language. It is
not in the words. I snow not ih.what it is; but
there is that potency, that elebtric fire, which
not only fires the .attention, but ravishes our
mullet— (Cheers.) The titled, the learned, and
the greater England, while they closed their
cold hearts to his fereent appeals, were yet
forced to admit that whatever `thought the Hun
garian Chhif chose to express, a more clear, en
larged end select collocation of English words
were nevere by mortal man. Itheenth is
the fit Hera ldd of a-new Era. Let us receive him
fittingly; IA us give him not our hands alone,
but take him to our hearts. • Forbid the rising
of that puellanimons spirit—discreditable to the
heart and the head—which het shown itself in
some who represent an in the National Councils.
(Deafening applause.) I hive carefully search
ed for reasons for hesitating to receive - Kossuth
in this manner. I have found none. Turkey
would have kept him and his companions close
prisoners till this boor, but this cotuotry (Arr.
creed (lend cheers) and secured his release.—
We have already done the worst to °Blued Kneels
and Austria by robbing their Knoute,etheir Si
beria. and their scaffolds of their illustrious vic
tims. How then can we relnse to open oar
hands and hearts to the men we have rescued
from ignominious deaths? He must and he
shall (cheers) be - received with all the honors
doe the holy cause of which he is the incarna
tion. -The reception cannot now be stopped—
you might as well !struggle to roll back the tides
of your Ohio in a epriog freshet! (llonewed ap
I am for that iuterrention, which .is the open
exhibition of republican principles as antagon
istie. to despotism. The knees of the Belches
:ere of Europe are shaking, anti it needs but
this Cyrus of Hungary to turn the political Eu
phrates, open the brazen gates, and the world
will be free !
• Cassius M. Clay, (on the motion of Mr. Smead,)
then came forward, and made a powerful and
eloquent address. In •speaking to the question
of now•interrention, he advocated the principle
laid down in the resolutions. Ifungsry was an
independent nation; one of • the confederated
powers of Austria, exercising her franchises,
and by the vindleation of her own right arm not
I only entitled to be free. but had actually driven
b3Ck those aristocrats of small, hesuhi and delaph
I toted bodies. And, what did the law of nations
Alessi° ? • That Russians ehoold not interfere.
Swiss one of the family of nations, what should
Ametlea have said? Would to dodgy they had a
man in the' Chair of the United States who would
aseume the responMility old Jackson did (cheers
'and laughter.) ,
.The rt*lAntlanewere then adopted, alter which
'Judge Headley made a forcible and olf•hand
ed ePeech, following out the position taken in
the tesolotionts;ln.fnoor of aiding, with their
morkeyAadPtUatrilei the revolution in EuroPe,
the final battle foe itpidoto, whleli'hißrediated.
would eventuate not only in the restoration of
liberty in liengsq, but a RassianAtepublic,
Mr. /3oadleY'S remarks were -received': with the
most unbounded applause.
gr. Gallagher and Mr. Chambers . : wound
urin a few painted and eloquent remarks—the
latter gentleman submitting the following reso!u-
Gory which was adopted:
Resoled That it is the sense of this meeting,
that the true poliry of government is to shape
all its diplomacy in Conformity with the repub
lican doctrines of non.interrention, as expound
ed in the writings and speeches of KOSSUtb,
doctrine that appeals to the heart of every
American, and must be adopted.
A committee consisting of the following gen
tlemen was theof appointed. to take Charge of
and forwardttithe Government the resolutions
Wm. M. Garry; (Chairman;) W. A. Adams,
Dr. Pries, Delamy Storer, Charles Wolff, W. S.
Groesbeck, Clements Deidrich, It. B. Warden,
Lewis Rehfuss, T. C. Day, A. e. Geeing, John
MoMekin, G. T. Stedman.
The former committee was continued 31 11
committee of arrangement in view of k
visit to the city, and the meeting then separated.
The Washington, Po., Reporter remarks:
" Kossuth's speech, in Now-York, at the Mu.
nicipal Banquet, Was a great one. W.. regmt
that we have not rm. for it. It sets forth its
purpooes in a clear and eloquent manner, and
whatever effect it may have open politicians,
will be sure to range large masses of the people
of this country on kin Sidi. Ito doe. not oak
the intervention of this country, by force of oral's,
in liehalf of Hungary. Ile only asks that while
we maintain our ewe neater:ll4y, we shall in
sist upon it that the nations of Europe shall do
the came.—lie nays, and says truly„that Hun
gary can whip Austria, single handed, at any
time. She has done it, and can do it again. But
when anemia Mopped in to the help of Austria,
Itungary was beaten. He now asks that if an
othe fight should break out between Hungary
and Austria, we should say to Russia—stand
hank ; let them fight it out between themselves.
The request seems reasonable; and yet we are
not en sure that it would not involve u. in War
Seppetle Russia should not choose toetanit hock
at our request? Will we not be so far committed I
by asking her; as to undertake to force her to
comply, if she refuses? If, gowever, Great Bri
tain should unite with as in makiug this demand
of Ramie, there would not be so much fear o f ee
war. Russia would hardly risk a war, with two
of the most powerful nations of the e arth. And
if we understand Koseuth alight, he does not ask
us to take this step without the concurrent., of
Great Britain.
For our part, we have no fear of evil con.-
queneesfroin Kossuth's mission. Whatever is I
done by this uation, will not he done hastily, nor
will it reflect dishonor upon us, or upon the
cause of human liberty. We are averse to ally
course that will involve us in any war with Eu
ropean powers; but the sympathy of the pee
ple of the United States for Hungary, and for the
struggle for couetitational liberty in Europe can
not and ought not to he represeed. It the, judi
cial tlindaes. of the dominant powers of Europe
should force an official expression of this sym
pathy from our government, let them take the
consequences on their own beads. Whatever
this nation says, it will stand up to.
The Berk:4 Schuyikill.fournal, a very able Whig
paper, in noticing the delay of the Senate to
pass the resolutittunf welcome to Kossuth. says
"Aye, but," say the 'wheol-horses' of the Sen
ate, "we must cling to the old Monroe doctrine
of 'non-interference,' in the affairs of other un
tiOne. Let the people everywhere rise and
throw off their shackles—lf tkey coo: Oar syni
pathies are with them—but thry meet fight their
own &whs.' If, after having nearly achieved
their enfranchisement from the power thas holds
them in bondage, a neighboring despotism, like
Russia, for example, steps in and rivets Choir
chains more securely than ever, why thud is their
misfortune,—and none nl our Gusuiret" This
is 'sympathy' with a vengeance! Had France
practised it in our day of struggle; we should
,probehlystill he cowering:at the:feet of the Brit
ish Lion! No, no, ancient airs, doctrine like
thin, however sound in the 'earlier days of the
Republic,' is neither suited to the spirit of the'l
present age, dr the greatnms and power that
have distinguished us as a nation. Our destiny
is a nobler, higher, holler one, than to be indif
ferent and passive epectatore of the great smug
gle of Freedom against Despotism. We have
acquired a voice like unto the voice of a trum
pet among the nations of the earth, and it must
be heard—an Moenca all powerful, which DIEM
bifelt, aye, and feared too, by those who would
trample upon human rights..
Nor do we apprehend that war will follow the
adoption of this principle on the part of oar
. government. The thrones of Europe see not so
stable and secure that they can afford to array
any/considerable force against us. Should the
struggle for Independence in Hungary be re
newed, under fairer auspices, the Coln, and
Kaisers, of the old world will have enough to tin
at home, without Havelling four or live thousand
miles on a Qnixetio expedition against at 'Am
is well laid by Knesuth in one of bin epeeebes,
even the bayonets employed by tyranny to en
force its edicts are beginning to Mink_ Noels
this surprising. Thr brunt of every battle is
borne by the mass, and that meal when employ
ed in extending the area of despotism . cannot he
insensible that they are accomplishing their own
degradation. Al the hope of enfranchisement
beams upon their sight they will turn upon their
oppressors and fight for freedom in their own
behalf. Thna will the work of universal libera
tion be accomplished. •
"fnikirndent," the able Washington correa.
pondent of the Philadelphia North American, in
a letter combatting the construction unw insist
ed neon by a portion of the press in relation to
our fbreign policy, winch would . throw around
the United States a Chinese Wall, thrOugh which
public opinion could not penetrate, ?aye:
"To expect the people of this country to re
main silent, and poeieo, and indifferent, alien
the civilised world is convulsed with struggler
for popular rights, and when our sy tu pr♦thy
might cheer the oppressed millions who would
leap their chains and proclaim feminist, is to
expect what never can or ought to happen
This Government has made rapid strides in the
course of a generation, and steam and electricity
hays produced a revolution In the morel and
political condition of society which hundreds of
years might not have effected in the Old World.
Every outgmthing and upheaving of the popular
I mind in Hungary. or Italy, or Germany, or Ire.
land, or elsewhere, in borne to our shore upon
the wings of the lightning, and vibrates errors
the continent, striking two great oceans with
one simultaneous shock. These things were
not en twenty lee years ago. Are we to
fold oar arms and stand still while science and
knowledge and inventive genius are creating, or
it were, anew world around us; and to tell those
who are stirred by this universal spirit of resin- I
lution that this young republic alone resiets the '
eruptions which are overthrowing thrones and
dynasties, and stands by the musty records of
precedents established in another day, and con
trasts the present with the past, by the march
of progress, only in another age! I think not.
Let ns respect the ancient land masks as far an
they may be consistent with the condition of
mind and man now; let us venerate and value
the good precepts of those who are gone; let us
cherish the high principles which hare been
banded down to us as gulden and reliances; but
let us also remember that we have a mission to
perform, and a destiny to fulfil."
The PhiladerpAia. Sun boldly comes up to the
work as follows:
What Arthur Lee asked of France in Ei7s
and obtained for America, Louis Kossuth asks
of America in 1851 fur Hungary. There . is a
striking similarity between the men and their
missions. Lee in a letter to the Earl of Shot
borne, (afterwards the Marquis of Laadedown,l
made this patriotic declarationt—" the first ob
ject of my life is my country; the first wish of
my heart is public liberty. I must see, there
fore, the liberties of my country established, or
perish in her last struggle " IN not this the
same glorious spirit which actuates Kossuth r
Shall we refuse to Kossuth for Hungary, what
France so freely acceeded to Lee for the Ampri
can colonies I Shall we fail to extend that sue.
cor in our giant strength, which we nought so.
eagerly in our helpless infancy 7 Shall we, af
ter being so deeply indebted to the sympathy,
thhactior and motorist old of France in !teeming
our liberties through the revolution, coldly fold
our orms, and refuse the like sympathy, aid and
comfort to Hungary, manacled and:down-trod
den by dospotie butchers 1 We would be a na
tion of daatards, a land of cowards, could we
entertain such an idea for a moment
Kossuth has well eglained the difference be.
tween principle and expediency—the one im
mutable, the other changing to suit circum
stances. There is then no principle, either in
our constitution, or laws, which will be infring
ed by our doing for Hungary in 1851, what
Prance did for us in 1776. The question then
resolves itself into one of mere expediency, and
is narrowed down to this, "are the United
States, the giant nation, prevented by fear,
self-interest or self•security, from extending the
same succor which they successfully invoked
from France in the infant weakness of their
first struggle 7" Has -the proud, spirited boy,
spurning a hard task-master. grown up a cold,
selfish, speculative man? In aelf.interest the
only principle of the American Republic Are
.we to place in tha one scale our own security,
our commerce, and our meameof making mo
ney, to be weighed against thegreitt and univer
eal principles of mates inalienabl tights 1' Are
we to desert the God of principle follow the
Mammon of interest f Where e recreant
whO can for a moment believe: l t. The rule
of action established by oursel 5, :when we
needed sympathy - and assistance, not,.with
honor; be departed tronawbeet ap Is-,are made
to on. Kossuth has asked nothing which it is
not our duty to. grant: he. has asked nothing
which can involve us; he has 'asked nothing,
which should noebe freely awarded. It is not
eiaga;ity which shrinks—it in downright diahon
esty that Skulks the question.
The Phll,lelphlu littllrtm thinks that we are
making ourselves ridicnions by feasting every
fugitive liberator, while we look with coldness
upon the great work they are engaged in It
• We cannot join with those of our cotempora
ries who ceneure Kossuth for soliciting our aid
1 He has the same right to ask assistance from
I the Culled States, that the Unites Stated has to
scion'. To say that the great Magyar violates
the lows of hospitality, by urging this republic
to take a decided stand in reference to Hungary
is sheer nonsense, and nothing lees. For our.
velvet, though far from prepared, as yet, to go
the length lie desires, wo admire him, all the
more, for tho frankness with which he hapro
clai nied:his hopes, and the earnestness with which
lies to convert public opinion here to his
elite keek ln one respect he has certainly done good
already by his speeches. We Americana have.
become notorious in Europe. as a people who
have a great deal of noisy sympathy for liberty, I
but are not disposed to risk a :siipence in its
ca we Gast exiles for a few days, it is said,
and us then leave them io starvation for the rent
of their life. liosenth's visit here will, we think
correct tinieli of this. If the American people.
adhering to their old traditional policy, decline
to rtmeist H I
ungary, they, will ant, surely, he
shamefaced coriugh,thereafter, to get up torch
light processions, or give magnificent banyteste
to future Ujhany's, O'Brien's, Koesuth's, or
Nlcoghers. Other results, too, may flow from this
visit: hut of these we shall speak at another
Tlir Sew York Court., and /..ogerer has in
advertenly no donbt, classed the Piii4tortrsilt
rue among the presses opposed to the mission of
K(..1,11. The sentiments credited to this pa
per belongAo another Pittsburgh journal. We
disclaim thorn altogether. We belong to that
class of the presses of Americo, not few nor fee
,de, which extend to Kossuth the righkhand of
fellowship, and the deep seated sympathies of a
1,11111 heart. We esteem his canoe a just and
holy one, and it shall receive all the aid and in
fluence this journal can give to it, as lung as
such sid is needed.
THE Autitill:oo {V111111411E" —The December
number of this able work, is adorned with a
beautitul areal plate engraved portrait of Louie
The table of contents in interesting.
ins a complete history of the late struggle of the
Ilungarbtor for liberty. Philadelphia- published
by It. C. Perk nod Theo. !Elise This work
conies out at the right moment, and must have
an extensive sale.
Tun NORTH liftmen Heylevy, for November,
is on our table,] with a very interesting table of
contents. This masterly organ of the evangel
minds of Great Britain, 4tould hare a large
circulation here. Leonard Scott Co , publish
ers Saw York. For sale by Wall, ith Street,
F., Mr PatAbu's); !)user.
.Ifeevre. I:,i,rra; —lt iv Aquestioushly a Chris
tina duty, and should be regarded an a sacred
privilege, to extend to our fellow-creatures, in
eensous of suffering and distress, such aid as their
circumstanres require. In this intensely cold
weather, there ore wetly - families, in our city
and vicinity, destitute of food, fuel and warm
clothing. There is little or no employment, at
the present period, for the poor; and unless the
hand of charity .. . quickly extended to them,
they will (mete or starve. Such an event would
hen lasting disgrace to our community, which,
'considered in the aggregate, has the reputation
of being not only wealthy but benevolent.—
Whatever is done to meliorate the condition of
the suGring poor in our midst, should be done
'at once. A postponement of 'charitable effort,
for a single day, may be followed by fatal con
arynciiren. A meeting should he called forth
with, and committees appointed, to pbtain con
tributions In the several wards of thiseity.
It is nut a pleasant task to direct public at
tention to a subject of this kind. hut it is always
right to endeavor to promote the comfort and
to diminish the ailliction of persons in distress,
whether their misfortunes are the noted's! result of
their own misconduct, or of causes entirely be
yond their control, surely this appeal will be
promptly respoutird to by our philanthropic
citinw, who are blew*, In the orddr of Provi
dence, with the means of gratifying one of the
best and purest principles existing is the human
ho•min A Pains,, cc VIM Loon.
NEW itorrE TO PlTTalanoll —Since the , open
ing of the Pittsburgh and eliveland Railroad as
far as Enon Valley in Bearer mionty, a new
roote of romniunteation and travel ham been
opened between Nlttedville and Pittsburgh. via.
Mom,. New ('astir, Mt. Jack:ton, Enon 1 alley,
New Brighton, fie. Arrangements have now
been made no that /tasengers ran leave Mercer,
on the arrival of the tinge from this place, and
reset, l'lttaburgh via the Itailrandtbesama even
ing at 3 o'clock P. M. Pme•engers are Convey
ed (corn Mercer to Neon Valley, a 4intance of
:to mile. i n Qnfk I hack.. and there take the ears.
travelling a diatom.. of 44 [TUCK by rail, over
one of the best rondo in the country Mr Pc.
ter Ibeirson, of Now Castle, has made an arcane
matt with the railroad earnparty, ar that he ran
furnish ticket, and forward passengers through
fr. ao V.•w Castle to Pittsburgh, for itl.f.o—Ja dis
tal:co or 1,0
IYe peeved over thin route recently and found
Mr Dickson exceedingly accommodating and de
eirone (or thee-contort of hiv rnevengers do soon
ea the line become.; fully eAtahlintmi, nod ,d 1 the
.inneonons fairly formed. it will be. by far the
most plea...ant nue 'coding to the" Iron City."—
;le./utile I;oz.
Corrry,Erdeur, I,brk
k,ornartno4 ^I Arnerau o. Europe-11.1dr Ff./in s ,
0,1 Thr,t2, ker.-11, Rru;.eott Firnan-
Vienna, Nov. 16, ISLI.
Tho events of the last three or four years,
which have tended so greatly to change the po
sition of the United States in the western world,
have hi so cootnbuted very much to moth y the
estimation m which our country in hold 1 y the
powers Of Europe.. The ; annexation of roam,
the Mexican war and its consequences, lit set
tlement of California and New Mexico,l have
shown the European powers a spectacle oflrieing
greatness of which they seem hardly to! here
dreamed. England, the great practical notion
of Europe, has seen these events in the ir, prop
er light. Therefore, the tone of respect which
has been assumed by the English preen, and the
perfectly amicable disposalua which is Mani
fested by the English noveroment. Whittever
may he the jendotlies of the two nations,' there
is evidently n growing inclination on the part of
England, to look with something like pride on
the gigantically developing dimensions of Amer
The liberation of Kossuth, and the action in
reference to him, and on the part of both the
American Government and people, have now
on, o home to Austria herself; and it is at last
evidently felt that America, to far from being of
indifference to continental Europe, may possibly
exercises an important Influence on its future
fate. Henceforth America will enter largely In
the political calculations of Austrian atategmen.
It is evident, however, that as yet the views of
America are here hot very Imperfect. It is very
plain that American statesmen have not the
the elear-sighteilliess of the English on this point
When I mention that a Iffinistnrial paper stated,
a few days ago, that it was well informed that
if there should be any ofcial reception of Kos
suth, or official manifestation in regard to him,
by the President or Federal Government of the
United States, the Austrian Minister there would
leave the country. and the American Minister
here get hie passports,—it will he seen at once
how imperfect the notions of American charact
er Must be, to suggest such a threat, and how
ignorantly or willfully blind those must be that
make it; to stupendous consequences that would
result from carrying it out. It is, however,
most likely a mere threat cent out eve a sort of
feeler, without the least idea of earionsly enter
taining it.
Austria is at present In such a fearful condi
tion in reference to her finances, that it would
he sheer madness, to plunge her into external
difficulties. Iler annual defiCit, at the present
rote of expenditure", is between GO sad 70 mil
lions of florins, and there in very little prospeet
of diminishing it for some time to come. The
only way to do no would be a dimatiltion of her
immense military establishment A reduction
I was indeed published a abort time since, but on
the most favorable calculation it would only
i make a saving of fifteen millions, which would
of cadres diminish the general deficit very little;
and it is even said that the order for this reduc
tion has been rescinded, in view of the state of
thing's in 'France. Ilut even supposing it carri
ed oat, there are at the Name time additions be
ing made which will about compensate for it.
Certain new regiments are being formed in Tran
sylvania, amounting Altogether, it in mid, to
about 30,000 men,—and the depreciation of pa
per money la; becorolog greater and greater,
notwithstanding the late loan which was intend
to help It. flow it will endno one can tell.
The precious motels were going pp so rapidly
the past week that the Government, 'far the
second time, interferod on 'Change to put down
dealing in thins by 'farce., The chief,of the
pollee, with several. ofhie eitbordinante; went
personally to the &chalk's, In the first p ea, •
dozen of soldiers with tiled bayonets attending
him at the door- his presence damped all hi
. tine*. eo thitt the 'exchange .fell. - ,Ttnmediately
two in three per cent. The next day several
broken were served with notices,' that unless
they ceased dealing in foreign hills, but mimic
slarly in gold and titter, they might rarest very
unpleasant consequences:. Only p ers o n s bar
ing a ticket from the police con go on 'Change
I at all, and even those are vow actually afraid to
,' do business, for fear of falling under the di,
pleasure of the goverumLi. The consequence
is that the exchange now stands at a fixed point,
the published rate being in fact no criterion at
all of its real state. These farts shots the pre.
carious condition of Austria. even in the enjoy.
rnent of peace Ilow:intioh more so, if heed.
le-nly plunged into a war, in which she could at
least gain nothing, hut might lose incalculably,
The Berlin Notional Gazette has been prolob
Bed in Anstria, In order of the Mioistiir of the
Interior, and the Constitutional Gazette of that
place was prohibited sumo time ago.
On the loth inst., the anniversary of the ex•
ecution of Robert Blum ut-Vienna, black edged
placards were found putted on the ,treet cor
ners of Dresden, containing the words, lebterl
(we,: The police have endeavored iu vain
to discover those wbo pot theni up.
In Frankfurt-on-the-Maine, ou the same day.
two black flags were found erected on au island
of the Mier, containing the inscription .• Blot
he,s_K,titut/i lift, ~, fr t. Ins --rAr :
Soy for f4 , •11..1 on , / frmion.'.. AA, cm dtgarql:l,l •
The duke of Anitalt Dessau, In Ito onlinonce
460,1 Vol.4th, abolished the constitution whet
!JO granted the subjects of that store On the "sth
October, 1646. •
The Homburg Ne,we !Info it in intm med. from
'tussle, that tho whole ntanding army of that
country was to be on a ^ war footing, in the lul
beet crave of the Word," by the 1::th Nov.
Fall Importation Of Hardware, Cutlery. &c.
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THE Express Mail Train ISM leave the
pot on La,orty• etre.. above the hridste, every
morning at flh; &clock.
itaaaengarr will go by the earn 12 miles to Oriente's,
where they will god the' beat of (.I . lacbm. In math. to
e.tnerr them 2 , miles over • eras late turnpike read to
itentty's Station, tertudneter• an with Bath Lola erre...el,
ra between Eirlnteria and Seamy's. Station.) and there tab..
the .plendld new eleeplng Cern of Out Petur aaaaa sla flail
rvJ c o t:orally divivi. to I.III LAItkLYIII,II and li.1.1,711•
l'ametniter. for n•lttmere take tbr e.,tr. the T6ra •nd
Cutubt.rland hallow! at 11.arriaborgh, arvivlng aktlelt,
mon. to bennittnet, and to VenshintannLity tit er .11111 morn.
l. t.,„rmerewho with to uvald night travel. ran lodge
over night et Llelltday.iturg. and ..their swam Ly
o'cluek train , root arrive in Phtledel.
phis a t e tante ...ening, se the !teamed (toter:my ere run
',tog two thair Mine iron. Hollidayabura to Philadelphia.
it.gmtge checked through to Phlladelptow FAN thn,unh.
The Amor...lotion Train will Irate every afternoon at
o'rlreit , for and Ili interm.
lur L'416711.Cr t 11 1. 6
u •X 47, 412 g ;Ft l jtf; r e'envk n
0 ..
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`l7rivg d ii.'ll
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i„..... e ra wilt nurture llwqr yoke l t. at the efil, In th.
dlunrnFs Pea Muer, Unttnerly the riMiti °M..) acid
6sl! an Oooy Deer"^ ta,..4srrare or each hen the
open for too an of ticket. at the Depot ttf
flt,L. on Liberty Meat. J. _
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rilllE BOARD OF I.ll\' ‘, VAt./ERS \• . 4 ,, lite . ( OMMEKCIAL. !' \ StEA3IIIOATS.
.i Lawronoidtlie .d ahatp.hdr h Plank Ro X.-A- [
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goad Finished. \ Wend Wee. mu., he add ton btettert and tem.- Ml. !•1;pon• 1C,,, 21. otte of-lbe fartil i cfa L a " ttset!cr ' n. . .
rII , IIE Nlanagerr have the plexcore t an: 1,..,, r ,'„ ,b""'"'.l''' e" r ' ' ''' ' ''SA7 "I ' ll ." ' '‘`' ''
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the bold. that the planina t t 0 en '
tn. 1.0. W./. of 1 Ito no.ol rota i t ad
on tn. 17t ot b. - , -,- s i ,,, ,; 41 . tft LAI: NTI ' SRI T RIIII ;tn..' \
, 11,1..L1d1 ILLE s PACKET--th aplon. -aik \
11,- goad to now eµ nl, nerel thmuah iron! the L. tt , PIITSED ROB lIIAIIEET.
~,.... Tar". Crook t !rhai'Lla of Putsbudh tll L a no h ' \ I ?'. In n \/.- At , eloalltiNt eilltEeT CITI.
at.nbnu , rot tot .3, „ and ides ant rounntonaton • '‘• \ 1 .lont.chumad, r,..l,trea\ Pt:torch for Wrlletille every,
• D.P., •nd 1,4,1/1., nof •11,, .11*.r!tont , rims PlTnialant, l atzawa. 1 ''1 11 ... t'•••,•'61111., ,111 dS•I'at 10 .. ,101 . A. M.: bnd mum.
hti day it s AI LX.StdiTT. Preil
. :i . . , , Ina. losses altar/din ere(/' day MI o'clock. P. M. The
s il l: l ;day dermas,. ih. ' ' , Il•ribd C \
in rotmeadla a 11.0 the El-retard end
To Let, .
, Tli,t wettest yester, um intenlety cold - l 111 , 1 " 1 ,..t1 , 1! Rallrowd \ '
WA REHOUSE, :+linat.l \stli IV atei.,2 • I. ta, •ends l l ivy 'Mot .1 !chi.. an, ' ..\ • •• 1 .1 t: 11, V M. II AHTIN Monongahela Mose.'
A lade..., Mara, and iorry etreetn).&jtahls for ": m rLa ' l :hang, s ' n ettuaion4 ' . , ,kr zght A,en C BARNkui, \No62 S 1 ate and ft 4 ilrai
1 1 10 %I hole-ale tiroc.., or Pnalnee lnoin ad. Poor,- XII -s.ole- tor ....nal dh , . Iwo been e lit I , D.F ‘'\ , u L, ,, i „, p - ~,,, ~,,.• i i ~ --,--.,_
oLo alaol. notunbately rnoulre nt
JAME:. It ILZKLL, b W.ater et a! , if1,11 ' 1 ! f f' ''''' "" 1.". . ' r d"'"''' _ 4 '—'"'" !It 'illiiita.l-Aul„-ITT.II,ANI„,drjw
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1 11 )
at SU,. 1 %..2 I , for , ( anti extra. \ , thla sit rte and,Wherllnu,Veasum Pittablaitt
s'l .• 1 11 , 1•11Ingr \.l
1 , 00 . Outs: .!, \ ttilA I. ben.. a crontanned ram d'am.Ll for ...rata ti r — , ,t a i n ..„..d, m y .dr i T r az , .
Inn 1.01, Floltr. \ •,, ~,, ~,,,,,..t yot. tot, -When, 5 , ,b600. IN, 43. Darter 4i In each week. too IjlghtSa. Mar. ' esappll
bo dor 1 NMI,: \ \ lora 403.10. alid 'tato 2.43tdar 1 4 Inf t., ' ARMAXILONtI a WSW
.n , • ,, ...1.111.. •tll 1.,r tad. li
1.13 r w,,,, L ,.., ~ ~,,.. ~, w a i, e ,\ ‘ \le litalEtilfsc- Mohave. crows to rot rah-limite lain-,T . i ' T : 4 Z4 i 1 ) . 1 ` ,1 " n ll Lbra..t..and s ist
, \ On, onamto .ry armst .1, tbr dean 6,1 40 A r tot - ~.,,, n ,,,, .1,,g, 1 ;,L2,; ‘ ,.. 111 74 t . e . :
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lets"- 4 ,, local att;ot. \ \ LeTTLII-11 an\kw a eontound East dim at 10s! „..„..,:, pirrsuunuit i nompic
- ' mi. freah-rotl, trnm odd), and Inc for Iteu •It tut PILIYI
Adams & Co.'s express ce \ 0..,,,,,,,,,,„\,..?,,..,,,,,,,,,,.,., „.,...„ 4 ,-,„, will k i t l'Attaturah for 1 \ heeling, Efintito
n yat 3 o'clork P. br. , ,, ran
S T ! l r.l . l , 'l r . , E r. 1..).-. DI I t C" i. l t r i ,Ti l •!, l ., ', l hStriet N '''"la' nr i :7 . .....,. ii ‘ op\.ii,t.. tr.morr .„3 vt .. I F * 7%ia rTr 7 " : ' 4lj . ", :lc s. Wb-I r• '''"l it
hon7 :, an , .! , torwardlna to t'llthadolohln m 4tl bent. I.7AtitiElls-Itur mannliktortes marmot then 1.1., Fa w n d_epund \me? .1114 Lost r.rtingre.l.l
It AK Ell • k1111.1*TIl • Abp..
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Valuable Property or Bale .\ -— \
83.50 1.2 EG U LAP. IY`DIVEDA
/MIA T Dole and elegant Brick (dwell Z•1V , ". , ..• f 1 1 . 7 11 ',,
1A ' • IL PACEET_ONCININA7I„ Captain la
I 111, //1•113, MilOnlf. In the .I.e o Rueheater. It amt
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th T , T,0 4 t1r ,. ..11 r
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Ott to anti 1 . 3 Ito, In. The house ht . oat front by re. „„, C,...',.,„,4?,,,,e,i 6 c v,vc...,n,...e and Pittsburgh 'Wolof trade,
Ind eep- -two atoll., &MI basement .tort also. an al 6 r , crerl Wrdnearlay for ctnotttna
1 Vr i t7 .l4fi i " P.'"' V P NL WI . '. ll( '
item, L. Itat lon trott , nu the Ohio elver, La 11:3 feet dee, Sol P-Sale 4 Anon. at te 'l' l, \ •
Ie- var.l In fn•nt an 1 arOuntl Ilte hoatut 0. Itruallfully laml •C l S DI.Es-rhefe . a ',ocular demaml tat the wand ad s„.- —.....b..'-_•- -.- 11-.- } ,-._
” Ii • 111 0 .. "' • Uh 11 ' ....h...., thrtt , t-tr•thu.c , ... Xt . ortee. ear for Ititteburoh nythatarlurd &sonde I pl - IR. NEW ORLEANS -11.
~,, • w at, . ;••.1 •tol .u , tential atono wall sunond tt - . ' .
‘ad.reattl d VO4I
A • tablet: lo• !el tblntne the same. Dr/ r..t.n..c.... at uld 1t.'...' "'' , "”"OK '''' .l ‘'....... 1 1 41 1'4 sl t l-* I -1.--' V ll r= e; T r. '' va s th 'I '
~.3, 1 tallor an 1 ett/11,attnn lot/ furl, r indleulf. to intr\linntllaotureoo an , al,oata a fair knelacedat tbr. area
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1..1 tU 1 11 14,ARK Id,
kor trellolit dr roAtage anylr\ oft loMit
•,• .‘. M tbll.-Tha New York 3,urnal of Comm U. kce swyka,The ! dell: 1 . ' i 1 1 1.111,Cit en, •
i,, E A LED PRUPOSA LS will 1-e renetred‘at m. .., , ~, , ~, ,
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1 3 the tut. of ALE \ It NIILLER. fdr en orteling on as - - " ' '.
\I iji \ '
hero, the nr.t dai of Jona net L r .ght h. i,..1 4,.,1,1v ,"e"..N,e."., an .1v.1.e.r..1. t he I'r e". l'
Ls geo + 4 "R•I"
t en 114. E. 1 ,014 ~ ~, PL ANK . (board 113,311 r, late th, 1., Igo it ~,{ ktfi.r that offal . var. the, aow M..' woelb
Mit:oh:ben! •n.l lima a tad, Plans Ito. Compania, Tr! •bout 12 11 Idad, Ind sew are for 11'1 , 1; 4 . skins 0, to dens...r e d to the .01...N6,0t/or le.f..d. the 1,0 b., ~unit a icarrity of hialli4 wool. Mil a hLob,
Ito, 1, of .1.10., twat Th. Elena to be 4 teat Ina
and - ludo.. than,. and t.., be et., hnislooe or oak. \ IL ro bean nein/ Oil. den,nben \f !toad are now pair
ALEVIt II 1, I. ha,..• real! iuw and medium Geo, b dart , Of /O.* La
.lel7 it l'real 11 and /1 11041 Iliad (~ \ I'• 41 ~
; West Newton Plaok Road Route
run BALTIMORE AND PHILADELPHIA : %"" '-' I '''' ''''' '''''''' ' '''''`,.""° 24,
TEA NI E ICS leave twice a day, morning 7" -- b `"'"'"' ' '''"'"''" a ., ''''
A ''''''' "r'
Lght. IWa tntereatal Ina hot aL 3-.000 p.. ntt mild In
I and evennor.tearept dander I
ornrin Boat will lea.- the N tbf.ltott. obi', the sln 'l.lll'll t\'''. ''''' ..' O . l 15, 111h.-1.1 1.1 "1 7 .I. ' "nn
nonashela add,. at `S a o clerk alen %no!! Ervo
oolld the name 'slay to Alb./ d' to cash,
k.veninu Poat Ed, °ally tearnst Sunday,. a td. clod the la ke.r SlLdhlgan w' \
kat.. to Pr udelplua. $ll Te Ilan hood, Stu,
k, r bean. , el! , the clank lb ...1 WU, litnonsidela \ \ ..,,,_,_
11 , ..., M etn stre.L
STitele`y!F FEMUR.--Tho Now.,Tark. Jnarnal CI t 113-.
...a,. non •hi! toiLowinta-Tha receipt+ of Fine d
heat Sages Irork ennali, far ,the from Tare
o tat S. p, tnVoic of canal nerldahnn. have lawn
follow. \
\.a:/Anse 1.1!:. WheV.,..hash• N
1.50, b g trid,b7o 2.700,14
1,11,5b2 1,7.0.331
'The, hose, atom \, dear...eta roweint,coMparol with i
I \
the oar!. vernal of lait‘icsr of 511.% this 3oart \ an 1 d IILV
Isl In *beat
Iho es not, from No Tort for tse lath trOo lea,
Inn! lot keptemh, to Ite ealb,. hard been 111.3 Ilt oat • .
. 1 !. -
leer ' Flour 1.. \ ' tk beat in
t'bo , lls tilu \
4 1 . 17 ' i 's
it...luring the whom tu ton, t! ranont.tnYear• ffbm
I'Lt Oentom , r. show!! • d , 0 . t0 , ...,.. \ m. 0 ., \web fR.
ie., of 711.22, Md. Moir: Lanl 11. s Ind , . • dor , ••••,. lit
Id• d•ohtl, no r. en that, ulnas. our toed tn hat !ie.
Lo4.ine to UnAst noptembcr, In each/ e.and ttsurtlr‘
oosen. lasi!! teen U Eldon that rco Int win
ter ...cheat, 001.4hl tads less than last ear.
The demo. •ta canal phivionoly to the 0 Septedsher,
far the curkstd. fear. taLulattal an Increase ti1\!53.64S old..
al .our, andtitado6 In of wheat. nine! ..N.--- of 1 -
; Ltd.,' no-, and teerporte Dam let . annotr, to
I•t seglemberstuerevousl but 407.1.db1da n o ., 1.0.41,1•21 , 0 ,, , J . S . HO'UO !
, to, 1,1 wh.......-tintal to a1t1.442 trnia flour m that tt le fair ro I
'in er that frar i to, bele co Or lot September watt larwer ,
, \ -
dna year Ilan la \.....1 thnt our b,..ent smea Is adasul 1 ,
415 01.1. le, than t 111. 0P1P1.,411.41., date last lear. a.- 1 . ' ' '''- - --,------ "
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7 ,,,„,, mad make ont. At the awe tirAr h a 14. a,,..F,r i . i e l\ Al.
l• aoneral id:Domed that the gook nf hotr here la itg t . -
say m,.e.ncealtn! •00dael htli, and thst ons railroada eV! ' 1 • pa l -, 13 11. ll- i
4 tarildad tb.r anal «mamma to le! ❑
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MHEE MAE FtET. '•• \ • ,WL.4 ,
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Eltutnd., Dee, 11. \ • ! '74,
14.10 head. of whldt numb. 5,00 •', rv'''',,,t-T.-• • " -
a. 14U loft over . ..dd. and` isat , ' .. -9, \ ,
or /1 son the hoof salsa/ in
I - retard, br 190 111. 11' , N1rd 01 The TrOaLligestive Fluid { or i
at SI. rash.
Leder of :di htls er r asitia \ n b ii,.. 1 1 001) PLESII AND PLr . iej
.1 , .i. ~ s 4 \ \ ir 'toots of irlitt•rt , lt-c...• ttrot7r
' , or. ..quota d 4 site pr•t! ft rcti v:Z 0. .; , ..H . 7,1 , 7, 0 ,%1 . 1g0 . t . 10 ,„ :',0 . ferg0ntg0
fo to o , •' to , t , tS t ~,Al,t,'„„'',,,, 1 1 tittlabthat etial 11 . 1;dt a : 4 - I,llr ' '‘.'7"
••to , ori , o , , o 0 ".`,-... - '.. 1 lot the tau of film,. . 1, ....eue '
weir. Mres- - ,
1 ! bi o !on to gay. sn'g ea,. wed ';! 1 0 . I nOmelabldlesullnura. Thl
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Sr fm• aid , r.• .r h, orr it,. .t . ,... ih t i t.,, 1. al`dtcr•ttile rt
1,0 a D o h, .:mall.. 14 de, to WI I al IrATLP:valtiabst:. In't=tlll%
'as_ 001 .lamso the 1 alm!!.. 1 . 1 I than, \viable, for the Id. Edna
i maluirs tu , reality, via d dtation of 1
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t ei ...ralwhole.a.le . and r1t!...14 s
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Stage Coaches for Sale
VIVE flee I roc built Coacheg, \
• hat., twin tinft
with 1./q.t....n.1 u ut
fnrwli t.
ial.• w
i 1,17 Apply inil Ettii
'WEATHERS— lo saelig prime liiy, ‘ Wee'd
ryr •inalnyr Veyninnl. awl for by \
JAM Y.+l. urTcuISUS A
A , t)F F A ll lOU WA, for gait. \
L. (111 Alt---21 lols. prime new crop, on eon-'
- 7 ,Utill1•111. 1.1. n par IV Val - Lanni. loy pale ny
.1 A 14,11., hound church
LU\ Elt A TIAIuTHY—For mulp by
J k It F1,41b
Il Oil
I 1 ERMAN CLAY—IN boxes for sole,)v
11l It 111121,1. a 101. Linen ty
.t :rid 2
R liti L lN , .
muT E--I mecimil bond Noon
Inr Iny to flmia moolyninant hy
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4 r i r.; and ra11.,1 (or rzlhin2itrbk„il
Do] 1.. h.IJ u, hai ehtrawn
Ll IV tOO IV Alf CllES,direet from
rh syn., fnt-ii
iny .1- tin—. II sir male th
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II Alf
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onto, to hand—at
wI.W. ',tart ralicarly, (hi. arliele
In if r.a . .I.lnwn I ~Irlnj II 1111 . 11.11
Olive and Green Satinette
it Ill:PRY a, BURCHFIELD hai.
..,• of In , enlorwl
• 1R..., Aoto, .In, an
I- . 1 Jean" ta 14 , 4' r.ri.y.
I.,lrria.rat Ali, OW,
Yr cwt. OW, oi wane.
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ir. asal Al/u.ur
1 1 tr. haulr. hare eft,. rirrlaruali.l irandorfai
• 11... untiorrmutuml Ham boon milltc,..l thati u
nu•nmplukn. frar mmny M•mtr' mu . / 1 . 0 • ..•••,.
sra t...t.rairmoly rim oh, y yltra toms udo.. I. try
-.ruy rat I..).uvr Huck Mr mod xtteu [marmot uvra but
tlra• mra to prartrart t.r.ulth "
H M% mmmta trara•rantt. ...Y.!.
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To Bridge Builders.
LED PROPOSALS 1, re-t.;slkliit, t t the
1.3 I,, ent 4 triterunt et • Brit, or, I . truttt's Opel,
ple,r leptan'o le-vrt 1 , 11, rreetr..l tb.Aeuttnui.....l3
.Pl',,Pret •el W . , ..prel•eptreeeltf,irlterr view
I,p; cept seejatAll Ern, et the
P.lll.:NE2.}:k 114 1. 1.1t.e,
KOH rtltT I( 1 `.
JelP Cete tutertorte r • All,leir Calera,'
l‘etatteeLlettor. pare. I . ttleburtzlp :it. 1,1
g ILA BERRIES— ll 14.14. jIY.I reed per
"""°"' ''''''''''lt;t'i't7iget.l4l.l.l
an 4 Tea btalret
EEI N El) SUO .IttS-1001 14.11. Crushed,
bl 7tv'.'"---- J=TWV,A47I[IIt7 6
1.1 , Ayeu. Au..,..C4erT •
1..% NT AT lON AWL A SSES--20
le, Ittudlott per. •Pr. ( .1 .1110,1. 1-r Cal. by
S" A
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"e‘ ;',.! " Orj,‘ " trilt;;7 . :. l ,l l'
1 I CKWItEAT FLOUR—A tor, nup,
P .rtkit frf xn lb, \.w 11r,hyan iu 00 nod
1- 4 , I , r n•lantl) , 41 bowl aro, for IL!. h.
• 1111 • CO. I 1 1 + , ,r
• AV-41 boles for solo (on whorl) by
tr. t F. WILSON. 147 Fir, At
, New England Society.
SF,SMON will be delivered helot., the
7, 1
1 1 rermtr r rn
trrris ror ommen .t 7 o'clor • n .li .
Th,Annunl Festival Supper of the F. Jcirty
.111. t the ST. CLAIM Marl, on Nam
ch. =I !net.
Trltor to th« Supt . ., nln q. nbtalnr/1 LOt. WA
star. On. 11.4 .trot
Th. %Irentrrt,err renunetrrl.'o nun-bane thr r TirtetA
herrn, rodstr... the 11111.1tteL. Itpractleabl
A. A. !LARD?.
.Irlf4t Committer or Arrnosr. meet,
Christmas Gifts.
Frill E subscriber has just receivet . grow Eu
1. rope Int of Iran/Val IVORY SHAWL
rxtrly r•rv.4l•tol Alm—% En ~..I..tiun of
with tust.fully dvolcnod ydised SILVER I KIDS, bud
with •uch Chnl, CbEnno,
Thr sic lalt.telbrr pew n/y nu 4 I ,Rth.r.r,d•lll
11. told nt renurtablf R. riga , . 41 oho. on plienot,il
Kb.. or th,, ,i d ,„ 11,10.
• • ••
rINAR-40 WI. N. C., for sale I y -
A dell J. 8 . 011170 .711 S CO.
I,OSIN-1:11 1,615. for sale lyr
Je/ 1 J S. 01111. 1:011 I I',
Cooks for Cold Woof aer.
CR PLIY Sr BURCHFIELD ,invite the at
tentoon et buyers floe tam:, eery ~cv,o o, a 0
the various tin& of Dry alv adopte, oaota a 00 ,1 0 .. r .
oneh ove
Home Monle }launch, white. brown blue and plood.
ilnunine Wootato de.. lasteru o do., all cook,.
Nat. teal, Cannon do.. backing du
Waxen, do, cane oul:orl oyes. Ono
ter Comfort r
s. le. An ouldotho taprl, of IILAN•
11/1711 test received.
The Holder of a /at e IVEX by .
.J rn n n ib m l;:o i. e ,6 'f o li r i;
cloptontli. Ig requested to vreztiv ; i lr i pAy:w ., al 001
'4,10 01 ,Yet
Audi:LlN et
J)RIED PEACHES-30 gin., for sale It
4.10 , S. I'. 011111 V El.
I tit' Ell APPLE.S-20 for sale by
115 dela
00 New No.l
N , 0•• No.l and •.•••
.111,t reeelainn and for Kale l- h ullnuale•
del. Pr A' en.. Wive,'
Tr. , R 'ter.
4 " n• rk. • linnz
"i• Nor T' .ni•re
3 tnta
;hi it. Mlll.l/./..,
Sipa reeelytnn and km sale '
_ {FAIT t CO.
French Et 'other.
I LIRPHY BURt 1:1,11, at the north
mat <Armor of Pour,' alanyi
A r . ot , tn.., .apply of arth-l. and aro are.
lid feet Chow of ths
Duren of Cloth will nod
in;goad.wd. . Thor who keep
Milian on,
and AmericanLau el Y and fancy wilt..
Lam priced bnirni Cloth, and ell•Wilhitid
far tails' wear. 'as. yachts mixturas,
tre all at Ina
A anima wake ofr • ll' 0 11 .NIUTLINS, always no
hand at 1244. car rani.jibus. ; t act id
ours e. dela
TOBACCO -50 tige 6 twist, fo sale by
J. & DILRoB76 a W.
Am.m 214,222..
:Wne There ' le, herrer
. Ittmole self et 22 •
ntell veteele
poRT oF\3ll"psHußcus
‘,, - ,
nava& \-- TA . .. a tat.‘ I melt in\ ltrine, It, metal i
rattek.•l .1.4., mat real. a dusts, ani &Hinz. The ,
• rattler erattatt. t . .... eultt. the lea It,!ltat tutraattile
ttaa t a Lb. tve, \
New Sthck'ef tanC\Fortes:
O reel, revel••• 1
of PIANO Y1.17T17•
I.eated manutvriary Chi I I
at ram, prmev, vt• .
1 . ...VV•V Iryzt• 11 °n..,. IL
11 \l:7 ...... .
31. tr,
1144 v •1•., c r •
1.77. 4OO
11.tvIV -
1174 v
The Fr•rt., frnmotbe,....t.eldtvrs.,l=
tsit...W..q. One f.ti
.itnleatt. ..ctsve Itcrtmo..d. St.tart. 11.1.75
Hallett. Davit. It lb. 323
•• ' dn.
- • do. 1.50
1+1: •• Woalwardall.ars.
2 . 5
•. Gdadoir. Hill.erl . 11.ttott.
°eta" hand. 125
Oil Cloths!
LB BO & 110 Y T, NOR. 7-2 and 74 John st.,
Nr.w.Aortg, manufacturer, and deniers In 0.1.10
no], p o nt, ei n n vore . n o FLO o
OROI o CLO r Z U tu
S. f wh o n ut
11, Monty Or I mhof. e, nr_fibish, Num.. tknf Ito ■ nind orothzonl in this count' , " or in
Europe, and for which 140' nbtatu d th• prl[a medal at
thy Warld'• Pain
. .
At their wAp-crwm. In New York eon he flood • hare
n.* n.lootele aa.ort.mout of Heave. Sinlittm. and rLOolt OIL CLOTIIi, from 27 Inch, to 24 fp.ot.yrldlo Thin
14Oft. Furniture, arid norriapf OIL CLOTHS.
den 'on
Ladies' Secretaries
TrWO beautiful new style LADIES S
sus. !Inhaled .nn for ital.l,
de') JOSKPII Ni.. A 24 Penn R.
• • ..
Vial -100 bhls. Large No. B Mackerel
. '
• 10 .N 4.11
11 , 1.
rtort. and for rale b,
404 0. MACK ROHN t
IL--5 6 casks Winter Strained Elephant;
bY W.WI 0. BLACABOHN a•co.
NEW CURRANTS - -Roo l d and for sale by
W. A. Md.:LIMO d
n. CO.
o,nnerni TeA Pealert.
NPRUNES --Put up in Jars and fan
"'""dal. 2lb W\s. co. •
1.4 1 11E511 FlGS—Rec'd and for sale by •
ll dos IV3I. A. 31 reLUIr ICO
,OJ, Bale by
ItOSIN-100 bhls. No. 1, for toilet •
dels 0. t W. ILkllll.kt,.
11 U TTE It-4 blds. prime. reo'd and fo
UP br - idelsl S. • - 11*. i I .11113 A [TOIL
FFLOUR-&Ibills. extra firtaily fur sale b
dels 6. • W. dA1111A1:01.
FEATHERS -3U bags for e'tkle by
411.15 S. C WAIA liOAUli IL
1 1 111 E Aub,
former friel
bu muoved
the Diamond. 0-pi
iT r : .1 :7,11 " :411.!
NeN.Perer Um&
Mlle : 4F. Teruo
Is-1 G.,. I
- 1 3 PLES 1 41
11 dew N.
casks for sale by
. DAL7.ELL a (XI, I.ldPrt7
ARC ;, — ., •iO b:
13 4 1 ;a 71 3 TER-4 . bias. for
t 11 . cCANDL.4 s.
Bowbright's ex., for a
Stelip. Say Mill
i t , an,
lIE STEAM SAW IMIL - ilt the ut4
eandy Cmeak viva mil. above lttahtsrgh ceche
\\,.. earbeny ricer. onath tid la offered f ernt. .. )14l
cAn ',ad tanning older, sod A eel of t topping n
atvt a o.l , Nmaeber, ia-c. convened with 0: same. Tlie to.
entlitto le glad. and Ilvabrr find, a very y pale. \A . . .
him • Daelllcut Ilatuai• attach..l to they. ease. • t- -
, faith Pantectlara app! on the promisee..te ...., •
taA 7.4. x• •
• •
\ Wilk( horgh P.o_ Dec. .2, I h sl . — rdetil , artit 1 .
N*-. ‘ w Dyeing. Etablishment,, .. i .
u - ...kozzaTA7 ..... . - ...... .....-....-......4. slur,* . \
ISARELLA ROW, near F!vieriNtreet\ ON • \
P,Rii, th e .. Ekteriet 1104." AlleNhany It,. atilt, tn\ , \
Inform the ritiuni4f Pitichuralt thN t .bay dye Ladle ' ~
Dceee ilicaft tr., ut4iery'chado and lot; Ark Telekht ~
t,od and thal•hed 4.441 to n..wcf:a..hate . Can ,Oray:a., . ~ .
'I 1.... Laku,Sliawle.andlttery carlety of de, • clean...A',
r...l.dtheorojoargterZtl...l.c,i,c,.,,toTel.:C.,taanf.aVOznl:V., ~
. \ ' r. , r: l l.‘ .jthoof to..loeVk.t; to ' t c
.r.....:a13 , I: . :i...1 • . '.•
auto rub (41 or cell the tiks. Tube* Aced ithoul.:- \ .,
i i: M lV : l: alrifunk?:l r t‘sVPro,l'"; 4
'tt b l[l4 6 l."l l a; t" t
s .
cattafeaprun t.) tilos • who me •Ainloy• vq. and. any
‘ ,
sot rat...ling then. wi.nest. w.. c..1 1 11 . 1-iysni, out forth. . ;
charge. NM.. (latter oura..ltea tliA7t.oritio .• iap,it ily-
proremrda la tbes nod the old ' wet —out rk will EA \
1 .dual to t ~r any Ott,,,r p lan er'c tt...,c•tkc.
hat .I . ' lisle d,...i .., ] to , :ift it Te.C,,,, ,e. •// \
' (i 1 = 1 [11 2 4...,141. 'ill,. u• e ' ratl....„idvc our, k. fte.d.• •
1.g.,: - JA..1, 2- ,7.,. bi., 1....r.1a elt;tr. \r to .
M " \
in tt•eadyen of 4ki, all./ his ' I...atinc- '
. BOIR eeper 14 ,
w iio I. ES ,k E fi (YE TS f
, , •111 wen, on tea lac of .1-,
-fare .r: To one •Cen quelol..
(\.. ! real wall ~. stilhee.d. ad.
coutld.clal .. 11...k..," Iv it., cihn. ALL, , tr..ulU ,
dheifir's Clothin
tfi l uraig'o!3l.l l g.`.lls.'l
s }l en'• DOA Noy.' C Ma
lou'llm cool. d rfhe " rZi
ath DV To
11.-410, of .11 and sum
itatte le Prepare.' to (arra
Width hare e
en Monacan., hire
,No rope and loon
6Late.. to 1
.mad D Marrs pm...acres o
paint mtaterer. Them
Vr . 11.1 ZINC P.*
I. \steely an Oxide . 'Zine. sod warraiL
terstana rata I parity whatimcrer. {t ec ho boa
caatealy white, entirely ton (A the polious
tens to the
wefts expooed to minlphtirens nr mephitic eakatallorm
even viten shut op In • elm. rm.. As an outehis
it withstands •t o climate sod the Imam,•rt, •
than soy other. net bine liable IA .62 enotky or to
crumble sat rub °IL It may b. narked with marmativ.
with water and Cu.., with T,•.,L.T., which giros the ma.
brood porcelain timbal.
These are forolshea st• lee and ors mnasubtedly
tbe • cheapest an.' beet mints t he market for area.
TWA, rendez, outlms..stoom le, oay mussed ear
lace of sroma,Lrlek. ho , or leen. m they 00 troth
400 Iron enrtiors they aro partici! 17 vslimblo... they
Them a galvanic eounecei...and en. rely talreent
cm, they dry nuckir. awl harina • 'urn natatlie ham ,
do not damn, color like .tnany of Um art.. 7 pant.
In use.
eorPlled to liberal terms be
. .14 ;mints of the
romptny. V. C. JOS . CO,
6.31,14741 7 Sonth Wiser*, .I.lldelobas..
1 01/FlBll—S drumsrge, forby
'saw( '
eAt •
itle .f _
• • L
Pall Grand----.—. FOO
(150-150 -- b\ - is Green kin, f.. --- s: 1 - 0, -- b y
C HEESE -5O bozo Cream, far salecty '
din S.* IV, 11A1114171.11, , h
I INSEEI.IOIto--5-1 . . rata. and fi3r Anle
At, • s. A. Nr.lallitttioll.
13tOTASII 0 casks prun% for : Fate by
JIL Jed 6.4 IV. II AC,IIAtioU.
(ALAS -t. , ores sesoAitl, for sale by - \
.. , b. a VS.II A Rita COW '•
1 NUR; 1 era ` - darocus; - !..1 korr Mani!-
' W"'"'" ''''' sc l r , Tja.P.7oftirby . .k co. •
IL4O i.i. 1 1 EA — c&CliurilestiLit\ reed, .
y .....0.... . 1 omionirrber nom n..!. ...d tkobo. \ .
in Maoist aisre, 1, air whoiewin and nitelt to, ,
\ den J. 11. OTIII.I,IPr, 116 Me at et
Ft ---- - —•--
Nell TEE lIINII , R 15 . 0 1 - 5--Tiose._ \
~., \ ''''''/A`u. rititir.l7ll4l.toi7ebr ''
' 4PO "GE BAGS-,--:...loeMilia kubber,
glob b.
"dl : llll ;lterkiTt;l i aigin. \ \..
0I11 , 1.: .. AL ME OD .
1 NriAditi)oKS. ''
. • i \
iber ;if!' eis bed atll an I T \ .?
47. t . 'Rears I)sitnalar blei n in g Et.,,,;, 1 ,, ~,,,,, bg , j,l • -
",11.%na?,T4iii.,...,. 1i.., ~,a
U. \ - , •••
The o shins Andmiat. eantelo to ai„ moo •,,,,.. dr, of i
the heat I.l l ureh Noe,. ‘ •
Ito Right Educing Manual, tor.Cainsna n lielnioL e and - ,
'''" '" Vp i lled„ at ,21a or ilio lL egA ßzH. . -
I'. 8.-_,A;aspnly , ,nl thi. these pdpOlanTesiska ELI , ,
----1"? " - .4 • :l's ' — ' - ------- -- 1 : -L-L''''l,--
\ woo... Jame; r... at.r•m, /-544.
satf certify t of I was atilietsd ter Os month', with ~
• , (--
. dnienagb. "atriaced Lac . that I . M edu obligati to I
d u% Itck. and th atiy the Sorer ens, and a half hexes. i
•Tre o ' idn's r•IIT. and ern. leitties or the innwrial '
Couth S p. I vs. emir email. 7. . Roam ii.
Wan, Va., 3iiit Z'' 1015.
\ I hava ik tertian' Cotta,•l3,6Trup In my laillifjor Own '
.1.4,-: ,p O ll O, . 6;:!:/.117 1/11,140k0.1111140 6/1.14.,,,•,.._ c i
lire:Led a, :Id try \ ' • '''. Y. "".
,0,.., 1 111.,1.E623, irl ANA Ft. 4
I 1 lIDLUITiI'g SPEO.I A fresh-supply
\A , roo•U and terNith i by . \ . R 11 24 co lt. . 1
' - ' W — \
10 0L
.) 0: ci l 10. P EPAR__T XS—A full ne-
r ..or, .c. no .a by • s, \ ),.RIRITA CO.
S ‘i‘E ' C
•Ifio is. Fili's`ciliiii, in s'o lb. !
Wino, fur tide byT,, . 4. KIDD ? CO-.
' 4 2_,
etfits . 'SI . Oft boret.ereain; superior: • - :, \
oo - W...wnou by
~,„ \ln R. RAU:A.I,A Ti t al•
____ Rol e
B TT ..--5 ble. Fresh
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tabo LA 471:1.144 V.
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