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Arrival of a 64i - wed Slaver.
Charleston, Nov. 11
The captured Slaver Ketch Brothers,
which was taken on the south coast of Af
rica. arrived at this port this morning in
charge of Lieut. Stone of the U.S Sloop
of war Marion. The Ketch was former
ly (owned by Messrs. Street & Bro's. of
Chaslesion, and was sold to parties in Ha
vana, She was provided with a slaver's
outfit, but she hay no slaves on board...—
Eighty-seven hundred dollars in gold
were found on her:
lellirThe Scrivener of the Globe, un
der the caption of a cotemporary, writes an
article for a hit at the Journal, which
does not opply to US in any wey whatev.
er: but be could not write a more appro.
priate Miele for the Globe, it suits com
•; cellanens Attu.
A INDElfil ALB%ANDER SELKIRK.
In the United States Districts Conn yes
terday, Judge Hervey presiding, was tried
the case of Jeremiah Austin, master of
ship Betsey Williams of New Bedford ,
charged with having lett on a deserted
island John Francis, a colored man, one
of his crew, in the month of November,
1855. The mate of this vessel, Mr. Wes
ton, has already been convicted of an as•
sank upon Francis with a belaying pin, by
.which the sight of one eye was destroy
John Francis testified to the fact of his
being put ashore. At the time that the
orders were given by the captain the wit
ness was below in irons; his irons were
knocked off, and he was put on board a
boat, the captain instructing them if they
could not land Francis without staving
the boat, to throw him overboard and let
him get ashore as beet he could. He says
that as he was leaving the vessel the cap
tain gave him one or two smart kicks,
an•l said that if he ebou'd live and any one
should ask who put him ashore, he should
reply, "Captain Austin kicked me ashore.''
They gave him a few articles of clothing
and landid him alone on the beach, after
which the ship sailed away, and he was
left the solitary inhabitant of the island.
For txenty•six days he lived on raw crabs
and young birds soskcd in the water, ta
king refuge in a hut, which he made of
sticks, at night, Every morning he was
in the habit of going down to the beach
before sunrise to look for a ship because
his eye could not hear the reflection of
the sun upon the sand. Finally the ship
Old Hector touched at the island, and he
was carried off to Talcahuano, where he
remained for seven mon hs ens a half in
the hospital. There was corraorative evi
dence of his being put ashore, and also
some evidence for the defense, which did
not deny that fact. The case will be ar
gued to morrow.
The island in quest ion is on, of the Ga.
lipagos Group, and was formerly used by
the Peruvian Government as a penal sta.
tion; it was afterward abandoned, but was
sometimes visited b) whalers for the beef
of the wild bullocks left upon the island,
and thls fact probably led to the rescue of
Francis. The trial of this case reminds
us of a somevi!nt similar case many ye ars
ago on board an English man sf war, which
England. There was on board the flgi;.!'!'
ship a mere lad from the West Coast of
England, wh., had been caught in some
trivial theft, and for no other cause titan
this the captain ordered him to be tak en,
with scarcely any food or clothes, to a
then deserted island of the West India
Group, and notwithstandtug the protesta.
dons and tears of the lad, they tailed sway,
and left him to his fate. Afterward the
facts were made public in England and
great interest WAS expressed to know the
fate of the poor lad. So great was the ex
citement that at last the British govern.
sent was obliged to take notice of it, and
an expedition was sent especially to the
island to search for the boy. Nothing
was found there but a skeleton, from which
it was supposed that he had perished. It
was not long however before it was whis
pered that the boy had been rescued and
taken to the American continent. he
nglish Government found it necessary to
send another expedition for the public in
dignation grew hot against the inhuman
captain, and at last the lad was discovered
wilh a family et Marbiehead. a Yankee
yes el having rescued the boy at almost
the last moment from his place of abodon
meat. He was thus restored, after th e
lapse of a number of years, to his mother
in England. So much had the case at
tracted public notice, that as the vessel
reached the shores the greatest curiosity
was manifested to see hint, which coptin
ued as he passerthrough the country, and
in consequence of thin expression of pub.
lie opinion, the inhuman captain was obli
ged to compound for hie cruelty by the
payment to his victim of a large some of
Austin was sentenced to pay a fine of
$lOO. The extent of the punishment
for this offense is $5OO fine, or six months
imprisonment. In a suit brought by Fran
cis for damages, Judge Harvey awarded
hint the sum of 800, to be paid by the
captain. The mate of the same ship was
fined $5O for assaulting Francis with a be.
According to a letter in the St. Paul,
(Min,) Pioneer, the people cf Dacotah
have completed an independent temporary
organization of their Territory, to continue
until Congress shall give them the
usual form of Territorial government State
officers were appointed, a Legislature con.
vened, laws passed, &c., and the Minneso.
to code of 1857 adopted. The reasons as_
signed for this step are that the people aro
left entirely without laws, except those
promulgated by the Indians surrounding
them, or the still worse code as laid down
by Lynch and Bowie, and that the absence
1 1 of laws kept away emigration, In vindi
cation of their course was cited the exam
ple of California and Orevn under similar
The Late Election in Il inoia.
Rock Island, 11l , Nov. 10, 1858.
Some of the Republican newspapers in
this State wish to attribute the triumph of
Douglas, in the recent election, to the
course pursued by a part of the Eastern I
press, hut the party in Illinois find the rea•
sons for it nearer home. It teas apparent
, from the beginning that the large major'.
ties against us in Egypt would not affect
the result, but that the contest would be
decided in a few doubtful districts, where
the vote of '56 was so close as to give no
indication of the result. In these districts,
our organization was Imperfect, and strange
to say, comparatively little work was done. ;
Here was a large American element, which I
I it has been plain would decide the battle.
These men, who voted for Fillmore in '56,
had no pasty ties to bird them anywhere,
hat' no particular objection to the Exten
sion of Slavery, and "did not care whether
it was voted up or voted down ;" but they
generally voted the Douglas ticket, for no
other earthly reason than that they wished
to rebuke the corrupt Administration, The
Republicans are strong in the conscious
ness of having twice in succession elected
their State ticket, by good majorities, and
in the belief that some time our State will
he so divided into districts, that, when we
have a large majority of the People. we
may possibly Also have a small majority in
the Legislatu•e, and that at no election
hereafter will the "Nationals" go about
and make friends for our opponents by
Abraham Lincoln has fully equalled the
exectations of hi t moat partial friends; in
no instance has he varied one hair from the
orthodox Republican doctrine, and to•day
, he is nearer the hearts of the people than
any other man to the State.
; In Stephen A. Douglas, the Republi•
cans of Illinois have no confidence, and
never can hove in any pledge he may
make, public or private; they know his ca
parities for evil and his proclivities in that
Extensive Issue of Fraudulent Bills.
It appears by the New York papers that
some persons in that city have been cluing
a pretty extensive business with pretended
issues of a Maine bank, The Times has
'The bills—they are all of the denomi
nation of ten and twenties—bear the ina•
press 'New England Bank,' and purport to
be issues of a bank bearing this: natne lo•
cated at Fairmount, in the State of Meine.
Maine, but no such banking institution
t h ere as th a t r:f.tmed. The issues are frau•
dulent, and got up in t';:.* most approved
style of deception, A firm of
note engravers is reported to have execu•
ted the engraving part of the job, and the
amount of bills put in the market is said
to be 6500,000. Of this large sum the
bulk has been taken into the Western
States, and $50,000 is said to have been
found among the Wall street brokers in
exchange for stocks. The bills are capi•
tally executed, and have been taken by the
best judges of money, and are signed by
E. Rittenhous, President, and A. Martin,
One broker in Wall street is said to have
passed off $15,000 of them; another $O,-
000, and still another $3,000. They
were not, it appears, aware of their true
character. The Times adds : •
A t he
"It is not known yet who introduce d
bills into the market, and who issued them
with a guilty knowledge. A young man
named Underhill was arrested at the Inter.
national Hotel, who had $4OO of the mo
ney iu his possession. He gave the pack
age of bills on his arrival at the hotel in
charge of the book-keeper. He gave a
boy an order on the cashier for $l5, in
payment 1:r some purchases sent there,
and through this citcumstance the charac
ter of the bills was brought to light. Un•
derhill was taken before Justice Kelly, and
held to await examination. He says that
he received the money of a broker in Wall
street in payment for some land in Cum
berland county, Pennsylvania.
Contested Seats in the Next Congress.
According to newspaper reports A. J,
Williamson, American, will contest the
right of Hon. Daniel E, Sickles, Demo
crat, to represent the third district of New
York in the thirty-sixth Congress. Gou
verneur Kemble, Democrat, will join issue
with Hon, John B. Hoskin, anti-Lecomp.
ton, for the right to represent the ninth
district of that State. John W. Ryan,
Republican, denies the claim of Hon
B. Florence, Democrat, to the seat of the
first district of Pennsylvania. Alfred W.
Johnsen, Democrat, will endeavor to show
before the next House of Representatives
that he is better entitled to vote for the
third district of Maine than Ezra B,
French, Republican, who has received the
certificate of election Francis P. Blair,
jr., Republican, has announced that he
stands ready to prove that his opponent, J.
Et Barrett, Democrat, in the the first dia.
trice of Missouri, was elected by fraud,
land on that ground he will claim the sent.
• MAMMOTH Ox.--An ox weighing 4,200
pounds, and measuring eighteen feet from
the end of the nose to the tip of the tail
was on exhibition at the Petersburg (Va )
Fair lust week,
Termination of Indianrar in Oregon.
It has been the fertile Mr. Buchan
an, since his innuguratio as President, to
be very much engaged war, either for_ I
eign or domestic. He igan the military
glories of his reign by anOedition against
Utah. With immense penditure an er
my was concentrated in,at territory; but,
owing, possibly, to thtinfhtence of his ' I
star. the Mormons declitd an engagement I
and abandoned their hollity. 'Phe
an war in Oregon, wt h threatened, at
one time, to prove a lonpnd serious one,
has been suddenly broupt to a close. The
Indians, instead of bing the impetuous
and numerous braves trey were repreaen
ted, seek peace at th first peal of the
trumput, and yie:d as abinissively as wo
men. Those two warshowever, have cost
the couetrp an immese sum. But we
suppose we are thank% I that it was not
larger, rather than grenble at its actual
amount, and certainly we have Callse of
congratulation that thee hostile demon
stration, which at one Ime seemed so se
rious, have ended so aupiciously.
The difficulties with Paraguay note re
melt to be adjust.•;!, ~ ! gif the expedition
which has been sent Other shall escape
a conflict with the foces of that power.
Mr. Buchanan may feliitate hiinselt upon
the rapid and peacefuitermination of all
his military enterpries.
Pf 7 ooden Cannon Botts. —A Russian
corresspondent of the Radie,ter Union re I
hated the following anecdote of the Czar,
which shows that no , e , en Emperors are
exempt from the operatbns of sharpers :
' , Th, Emperor Alexander gave a large ,
order for the manufacture of cannon balls
to some concern at Ildsingfors, a port on
the Gulf. They completed the order, stac
ked up and delivered the bulls, received
their pay, and put the money in their
pocket. The Einpero. being there one
day, lie took it it into his head to inspect
the balls. Taking one up, he discovered
it to t e exceedingly het for iron, and to.
king out his knife scraped it, and behold
it was a wooden ball painted black ; ns was ,
the entire lot. He caused the arrest of
the swindlers, and they were transported
for life to Siberia."
Supposed Insanity of the President.
A writ de lunatic,' tbquirendo in the
case of James Buclinnan, would be well
timed just now. There have, for some
months, been doubts as to the sanity of
our President, nod the results of the late
elections must have still further damaged
ed ' 3 . O t Ctio his P tini v t i rß4
nothing of the similar shocks, received at
the same time, from Ohio and Indiana.—
Now he is suffering from a still more vio
adintrustered by New York,
New Jersey, i;;:nis and the other Staten
that voted on Tuesday last. 'll.e blow
from Illinois is the severest of nit ; fur
has proved hint totally -without friends in
one of the Stews that voted for him i i 18-'
56 The administration party in
is completely broken up. The votes' re
ceived by the candidates ore so few that
they are not thought worthy of being re
ported. The success of the Duglas party
is more galling to the President then the
success of the Republicans would hove
been, and his friends must be opprelien
sire of the worst effects from it upon his
disordered mind. If the President is re.
ally insane, as his course since his inaug
ration wool I indicate, some measures
ought to be adopted to prevent further in
jury to the country and its interests from
his madness, The Constitution makes
no special provision for the emergency of
a crazy Chief Nlagistrate. though there is
a provision for his “inabitity to discharge
the duties of his office." This einergeo
cy has note arrived. We are in the con
, di.ion of Prussia, with her crazy king.—
Prussia has wisely put the reins of gov
• eminent into the bands of a Regent. Con-
I grew must provide by a law for the inabil
ity—that is to say, the insanity—of the
President, and it should be one of the fire.
. ;ids of the next session to make such pro-
A Prisoner Shot by a r ol:ee CLiioer and
Killed—Surrender of the Moir.
New York, Nov. 11.
Policeman Cairnes, of the First Ward
was called upon to suppress a disturbance
on board the St. Charles, laying at the foot
of Wall street. Cairnes araested a man
named John Hallis or Michael McGovern,
a longshoreman, and while conveying
him to the Toombs the prisoner knocked
the policeman down and attempted to es.
cape. The officer pursued, firing his re
volver, and the third or fourth discharge
struck Hallis in the back. The wounded
man died while on the way to the City
Hospital. Cairnes surrendered himself,
and is now in prison awaiting the result
of the Coroner's inquest.
!rennin ACORN.- 7 A friend sends the
Richmond Dispatch from Moulton Lavaca
county, Texas, en acorn, which our co.
temporary supposes, is the largest ever
neen in this latitude. It measures six in•
then in circurniernece around the cop, and
four inches around the acorn itself. It is
quite a mammoth in its way, and if the
oaks of Texas are very prolific, hogi as
well as acorns ought to grow an enormous
size m that section,
a CONVICTED —As will be seen by our
court reports, "E. L. Snow, Esq.," of New
York. has beon e nvicted of receiving tho
avails of many robberies committed in phil
adelphin, know:ng the circumstances un,
der which said 'merchandise was procur.
ed, The arrest of Mr. Snow was an im
portant one, his offence was a grave one,
and his sentance will probably be propor-
'innately severe. Mr. Snow's case is a
hard one, yet it is the case of every man
who sets a rat trap to catch bears. Mr.
Snow undertook to find a short cut to for
tune, yet in following it up came to a
dead halt at the doors of the penitentiary.
Mr. Snow was the proprietor of a dry
goods store to Brand street, New York,
and olso of an establishment. Herkimer
county, in the same state. Although os
tensibly the proprietor of a dry goods stole
where great bargains were to be had, the
police knew perfectly well that he was in
reality the head of a "fence" establishment
where burglars could securely dispose of
their plunder. When the heavy robber
ries at the store of Barcroft Beaver & Co.,
and other establishments in this city ,
were committed, Snow was telegraphed
f ir by the robbers, came on to this city
and purchased the goods for a tenth of
their value Silks and rich laces were
pocked up in barrels, as though they were
so many apples, and in that way were sent
to New York, without suspicion, and de
pcmited in Snow's stole.
In course of time the burglars were ar
rested, and one of the members of the gang
of burglars, not being entirely destitute of
honesty, told the whole story. This story
was confirmed by Tout Walker, the mas
ter spirit t . f the party, when he felt that he
was dying, in prison. Snow wss arres•
ted and held by the ltecorder in *lO,OOO
bail to answer. With his subsetibent re
lease upon bail. his escape to Canada, and
his re-arrest by some rather sharp prac
tice our readers are already acquainted.
and it now only remains for the business
community. while It commiserates the
family of the crmtinal. to congratulate it
self that for once an example has been
made in bringing tm justice a noted one
among a cluss of criminals who have hith
erto laughed at the law and treated our
penal code as a mere mockery.
Three Thousand Dollars Stolen
from a Colored Man by a Gipsey.
A short time since a respectable colored
hack driver, Cornelius Clark. living on K
street.. Wash in gran City, was nio,t outra
geously swindled by a Gypsey Watson,
int s of its.\l'Ve u n id u?nr re
ii t a „. c . h c i ;
her all cf 6is ready mosey, amounting is
about five Issidred dollars, she informed
hits that she was about to place a spell
upon the patient which w ould forever re
licre it of its pains, but that she would re•
quire the sum of $2,000 to perform the
„p„,viffil with. Completoly "bamboo.
2 1,1“ by i,,;r art., Clod: went away and
mortgaged his house and lot to the
of Washington tar two thous's,' dollars
receiving, from the clerk twenty 14100 notes
which he placed in the Gypsey's hoods
nod whicd die disposed of as she had done
with the previous amount. She then
made her victim shell out all the jewelry
and silver . .vare in the house, consisting
of a gold watch and chain, a number of
bracelets, ear rings, finger rings, breast
pins, gold shirt studs necklaces, silver
spoons, and goblets, to the value of about
fire hundred dollais, which he placed in
She now got ready for her last perform.
anct.s, nod requested Clark to go up stairs
and bring various articles, and a large nap
kin in which to tie up the valuables. lle
soon returned with the disired articles,
which she spread out, and laying, as he
supposed al the cash, jewelry etc, in a
handkerchief upon the napkin, made her
dupe take it by the corners and Ito all se
curely together and lay it under the sick
child's head. She then left and did not
return again. After a few days, she not
awaring, and he being aftraid to disturb
the bundle for fear of destroying the mag
i is spell, yet becoming suspicious that all
was riot right, sent to her boarding-house
! where he was informed that she had b 'en
go ne from there for several days. His
suspicion ;vas sow sufficiently strong to
overcome his fears (or the safety of his
child, and, rushing to the roma, he
ed the bundle and tore it open. What
was his dismay at finding nothing within
l it but a hew copper cents and some pieces
of paper cut in the shape of bank notes;
every single article of value was gone,
and lie ruined ! The "fair Sybil" has not
been found, although the police have been
on the search for her whereabouts for see
' Ex GOVERNOR MEDARY.-- Washington
Nov. 13.—Ex-Governor Medary will leave
Washington tomorrow for Ohio. Ho will
answer, in the course of a week, whether
he will accept the tender of the Gouernor
ship of Kansas. -
ELECTION IN NEW YORK.—By the offi
cial returns of the New York election ;
Morgan's majority over Parker is 17,487;
Tucker over Clap, 18,057. Republican
The majority againt the Constitution is
Condition of the Gouldy
Naps ttins, One of the Domestics Dead.
NEW Yoßic, November 15.
' Elizibeth Corr, one of the wounded do.
- • •
wir-A Washington Monument IS to be inestics.of the Gouldy ' faintly, died at at
erected in Washington Square, e hilada.
G i o l o n ' ll i 1 n i
is n Y o e t s e le x r pC r t e . d :o r he
President.—The Sandusky Register an-
front his injuries, and NI r. Gould v and the
nounces the nomination cf Abraham Lin
firl Johan na
. Murphy, are in an exceeding
coin for the next Presidency, by an enthu .
:thistle meeting at Mansfield. . REMARKABLE VERIFICATION OF A DREAM ,
--...-•...... A lady from the South, sojourning at the
house Mr John Each, No. 3G East Fifth
Heavy Frosts at the South.— A killing'
street cincinoti, for some weeks, Dreamed
frost is reported to have occurred in this i
vicinity, and it is certain that there has one night that a favorite sister, to whom
been a heavy white frost. The
growing sl t ' M s o o o n i t le n in uc th h e f ullt ehed
notion crop is supposed to be damaged, if at
health, had died, and so greatly was she
not killed, greiven that sir awoke at one, and could
Seat in congress Contested.—Philn• I not sleep again. It was useless L., rea-
Nov. 10.—Mr. Ryan, the people's candi• s rO n w. '" l h r i n r in or s c e a e m k e to tt a n s cra g ie e l ia l r e e r tak n fa n a r t .
date in the first Congressional district, yes' hour, but she g could not touch a morsel
terday served the legal notice on Col. Flor- of food. Still the storm of woe swept n
once, contesting his right to a seat in the 1 cruse her soul. Her agony thus contin
next Congress. Mr. Ryan claims 450 ma , ued until ten o'clock, when the telegraph
i informed her that her sister had died that
1 morning at two o'clock precisely.
The Tee ms.—The terms on which Dim. '
glas will make pence with the Admiti!strn. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS..
tion are, that all his friends who have been
removed from office shall be reinstated. PUBLIC SALE.
Otherwise lie will carry on the war with PUBLIC SALE OF TOWN I.OTS IN THE
tow redoubled fury, This is the latest news' , Tnie % e ' t oi l : A i T i ,: r m i r, p k ee ; l Z i ',`T , (2 l ( t 43 B will.
Irma Illinois. ! These Luis are elegantly situated and worthy
the attention ofall who desire a cheap home.
ger, ;or. Packer has issued hls pronto PAITKRSON (opposite :Merl.) is one of the
motion announcing the election of John most thriving towns in oar State, and being the
site of one of the Jerrie Machine Shops of the
M, Read, as Judge of the Supreme Coin p onnsykani . ftaiiro;d, furnishes a dem"
of Pennsylvania, for fifteen y ears, from the for labor of all kinds .—Now is the time for
first Monday of December next. Artizans of nll descriptions to' secure a hams
in this rapidly growing town.
N. 11.—Terms will be made known on da y
of sale. Payments will be made easy. Foe
further inforutation apply to
1. MIDDMIII. •
Patterson, Juniata cu., Pa.
Senator Bigler is said to be in a state of
, inconsolability" in consequence of the
late election io this State. Buchanan
blames him for the defeat of Gillis in the
Wildcat District, and he blames Buck for
appoint rig Gla u c•; Jones Minister to Aus
tria. A "blow up . ' is expected.
Union of ill,thotlists.— correspon•
dence has teen going nn between Northern
Protestant Methodists and the '•Wesleyan
Methodist Connection" respecting a union
of the two bodies. There seems to be 110
formidable difficulty in the way of the de
Subbury an 1 Erie Railroad.— The Su.
preme Court hare filed, with the P.M.•
entry at Pittsburg, au opinion in favor of
the case of the Sunbury and Erie Hai!road
vs. Cooper, deciding that the Act of As
sembly for the sale of the canals 10 con ti•
tutional, and that u. decree will be entered
accordingly at the next Nisii l'rius Court ,
subject to an appeal to the Court in Iliac.
Capture of Staters,—Another slay,
has been capture(' on the coast et (Amu.
The barque Venus, formerly s Mli m2 uu
der the Mexican flag, was taken log a
Spanish war steamer a few days since, ~fi
Moro Castle, with nearly six Loud red
;roes on board. The barque li, tch Cr,,
titers, captured on the coast of Africa, ar•
rived at Charleston on Wednesday morn
ing. She was formerly oat lied in Clint leF
Ws, but was sold to patties in naval.
I?onia. Cat hob, Orphan .Isylant Foul,
—New York. Nov. 4.—The rumors in
circulation for home days I ast rchitive u.
the fraud perpetrated by the ity autliori
ties during layur Wood's administration,
in donating to the Roman Catholic Orp
Asylum valuta'', city property worth atom'
000,000, was fully confirmed yesterday,
by the Grand Jury presetting to the Cella
a bill of indictment ngnitist tome sixty
persons. fuming whom are cx•\layer
' Wood and a number al other prominent
individuals who were officially connected
, with his Administration.
na. to chop off his
correspondent of the Vevey (Ind ) Rev'lle
writing from Carroll count , Kentucky.
stat .0 that a few days since a party of inert
were raising a log budding. One of the
company, a young man known as Thos.
E. Seamy, suddenly left his work, seizing
an axe, cut several severe gashes on the
top of his head. Ott an attempt being
made to wrest the we Ton, he brandished
it in the air, threatening to kill any one
who approached him. Ile then laid his
head noon a log, and was about to chop his
head off, when his companions managed,
after a desperate struggle to secure him.--
Searcey is described as being an intelli
gent, upright man, and had never before
given evidence of being insane.
Expulsion of an ilmerican Illvorionary
from South: .linerica.—The Rev. Mr.
Crone, a missionary to Central America
from the American Bible Union, has been
expelled by the Government front the Sate
of Salvador. In July last Mr. C. opened
a school in San Aliguei, but through the
'interferenCb of the priests an attempt was
made to drive hum away, and he was or
dered up to the capital. On his way he
, was seized by an armed force, taken down
to Acajutla and placed on board the Co.
lambus, bound to Panama. The case, as
represented by Mr. Crown himself, ap
pears to be one of great hareship on his
part, and of unjust persecution on the part
of the authorities of these Staies.
p ndent of the anxiety which he has had
, to undergo, his health has been seriously
impaired by his imprisonment in a close,
damp room in Acajutla, and he has been
compelled to leave all his property behind
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I'o some it may appear inerethiloui that to
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No lain Extractor is genuine unless the
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1,, ish to escape ridicule.
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]duck, withmt the least it..inry to Hair or Skin.
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over 80,000 oppliLations have been made to
the Mira hiN Norm; 111 his famous live.
\V M. A. BATetiELows 11A 111 DYE pro
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Made, c(1.1 or applied (in 9 private rooms)
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York.' So'd in all cities and towns of the trui•
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110r.e. 1 he Genuine has the name and address
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Nov. 17, ...,il -1y•
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T HE I ASSVILLE SEMINARY.
Wax Fruit, $5,00 ; Wax Flowers, $5,00 ;
Grecian Painting, $3,00 ; Ornamental Pain•
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Work, $3,00 ; Ocean Shells & Mosses, $2,00 ;
Pinno Music, $5,00.
Those wishing to learn the Above from R.
teacher of experience, should do so immediate
ly, for Miss Stanley can be retained at the,
Seminary only a few months longer—she re
turns to New York in the Spring,
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Appointeet of Referees, Commou Bond,
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Summons, Vendue Notes,
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Scire Facies, Subpcenas,
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