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THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHING-TON, D. 0., THURSDAY, DECEMBER U, 1882,
OUR GROWING COUNTRY.
lis Industrial, Commercial, Railroad,
and Agricultural Development.
FINANCE AND TRADE.
latest Reports from Leading
An important suit in regard to the responsi
bility of u-legraph companies has jitst been
decided in Louisiana. James Craugle sued the
Western Union Telegraph Company for a loss
of $210 which he had sustained in consequence
of an error made by a telegiaph operator in
sending his message. The counsel for the com
pany claimed that the original dispatch, which
Avas produced in court, was so badly written
that tho operator was not responsible for the
mistake in transmission, and also claimed pro
tection tinder the printed contract on the mes
sage, particularly that portion regarding tho
repeating of the same. The court decided that
a telegraph company cannot by special contract
relieve itself from responsibility for the faults
or negligence of its servants, and also that "a
condition in a contract that a telegraph com
pany shall not be responsible for errors or neg
ligence of its servants unless a message is re
peated, and then only to the extent of the cost
of repeating such message, is an unjust and
unreasonable condition, and cannot bo en
forced." Tho bill introduced in the House by Repre
sentative McCoid to provide "forthe regulation
of commerce by rail among the States, and for
the protection of the people from extortion and
oppression, and for tho protection of capital in
vested in railways from maladministration and
railway wars," provides that each railway shall,
on March 1 of each year, publish a schedule of
rates. Fifty per cent, of the schedule of rates
shall be the minimum of rates, and 50 per ccut.
above the maximum allowed to be charged in
any case. These rates are to be fixed upon tho
principle of impartial service for a fair corpo
rate profit from honest public service. Consoli
dating, discriminating, and pooling are prohib
ited and to be punished. A committee of nine
members, one from each judicial circuit in tho
"United States, shall be appointed by each Con
gress to supervise, investigate, and report to
Congress as to the management and control of
Tail ways under the law, and recommend amend
The Ce isus Office has issued a bulletin giving
the statistics of illiteracy in the various States.
There arc 36,761,607 persons in the United
States of ten years of ago and upwards, and of
these -1,223,451 (13.4 per cent.) cannot read, and
fi,239,954 (17 per cent.) cannot write. Of tho
white people above ten years of age 9.4 per cent.
are unable to write, and of the colored people 70
percent. In the Carolinas the percentage of illit
eracy is 4S.2, in Louisiana 45.6, in Georgia 42.3,
and in Mississippi 41.9. The States in which
the percentage of illiteracy is smallest are:
Iowa, 2.4; Maine, 3.5; Kansas and Ohio, 3.G;
Minnesota, 3.7; Michigan, 3.8; Wisconsin, ,4.
The most illiterate population in the United
States is that of New Mexico, where 60 per
cent, of the people are unable to read.
The Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad wa3
Eold at Chillicothe, O., Saturday, under fore
closure of bond mortgages and decree of sale
by order of the Court of Common Pleas of Chil
licothe, Ross county, O. The decree was en
tered by the court on October 24. The road
was rppraised at $6,551,825, and the law re
quired that it should be sold for not less than
two-thirds of the .appraised value. The pur
chaser was Robert Garrett, of Baltimore, the
only bjdd'-r. for $1,375,000. The road, with its
branehi-F, comprises about 255 miles, of which
about thirty miles is seldom used, being aban
doned l)rranoc- of a short cut at the Ohio River
extremity of the road. A reorganization of tho
road is expected.
The Hudson's Bay Company was formerly
the head ol the fur trade, and at one time vir
tually monopolized the markets of Europe and
America, Russia excepted; but tho business of
this company has greatly decreased of late, and
now the corporation known as tho American
Commercial Company takes tho lead. Last
year this company sold in tho London market
about 87,000 sealskins. It monopolizes tho
sealskins of Alaska, under a contract with tho
United States Government, which allows it to
kill one hundred thousand seals a year. Tho
87,000 mentioned, however, were the accmula
tions of other seasons.
An application has been made to tho Attorney-General
of New York to begin an action
against the Western Union Telegraph Com
pany to enforce the legal penalty for the viola
tion of various statutory obligations. In tho
complaint it is proposed that the charter of the
company shall bo vacated and its corporate
existence annulled, and that its directors shall
be compelled to account for the fa management
of the funds and property committed to their
charge, and to pay to tho corporation or its
creditors the money and the value of the prop
erty which they have transferred to others, lost
and wasted by violation of their duties."
Several of tho leading companies and opera
tors engaged in tho production of petroleum in
Pennsylv:mia have signed an agreement to
Flop drilling from December 15 to May 15.
These operators own and control 3,000 acres of
what, it is believed, will be rich oil territory,
in Forest county, and they hold that tho de
velopment of any new field would have a de
pressing effect on the market. They believe
that by keeping this large area und rilled the
old fields will have so far declined in their
production as to make a new one a necessity,
and that prices will then be so much higher
that even small pumping wells maybe operated
at a large profit.
Jiradslrcct estimates the cotton yield for
18.82, as compared with 1860, in thousands of
bales, as follows :
North Carolina ... 431 449
South Carolina Gl.'J G02
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1 CIHlffeMiC ..... oUi) oSS
Virginia, Slisfcouri, Indian Territory... lil 50
An account is given in Euglish journals of
the performance of a locomotive on the Groat
Northern ILiilroad, which recently carried tho
Duke of Edinburgh from Leeds to London,
1SG? miles, in three hours, or at the rate of
sixty-two miles per hour. This speed has fre
quently leen equalled and sometimes surpassed
for short distances. The engine had driving
wheels eight feet in diameter, or two feet larger
than th- wheels of American engines.
Tho Washington Flnr puts it in this way:
How nijiiy farms arc there in the United
States? 4,00-,U07. How many dwellings in
city and country? 8,955,512. Which State has
the most farms, and how many? Illinois, with
255,741. What is the total number of farm ani
mals? 130,972,673. Whut do they comprise,
and tho number of each? Swine, 47,683,951;
sheep, 35,191,656; milch cows, 12,113,952: work
ing oxen, 993.970; other cattle, 22,1SS,590;
horses, 10,337,951 ; mules and asses, 1,812,932.
The new combination letter-sheet and envel
ope, and folding postal card, which havo been
authorized by the Government, will probably
be in circulation in January. Tho inventor of
tho combination has received an order for
20,000,000 of them; tho price being .$S0,000.
The letter-sheet is about the size of ordinary
letter paper. When written upon it is folded
twice from tho bottom and once from tho right
hand side, which makes it the size of an ordin
ary envelope. The folding postal card is half
tho size of tho letter sheet and has only a
gummed flap at the top.
The Louisville Courier-Journal declares that
last week was a "red-letter week" in tho his
tory of its proposed great Southern exposition,
to bo held in 183. During tho six days the
subscriptions in aid of tho exhibition aggre
gated $100,710; the subscriptions from tho
merchants ranging from $50 to $500, whilst the
railroad corporations and largo manufacturing
firms responded with much larger subscrip
tions. New York having made the Erie Canal free,
there is agitation in Ohio in favor of abolishing
the canal tolls on the canals of that State. Tho
cost of sustaining these canals is only $275,000
yearly, so that tho State would not assume
much of a burden in making their navigation
free. It is probable the question of abolishing
the tolls will be considered in the Ohio Legis
lature the prcsont winter.
THE STOCK MARKET.
Rctlew of the Week in Wall Street and Closing
Special to The Nationnl Tribune.
New Yokk, Dec. 13. Our market to-day has
been entirely in the hands of tho bulls. Our
correspondents will remember that when this
railroad war first assumed a serious aspect their
attention was called to the large purchases
of Omaha stocks which wero attributed to Mr.
Vanderbilt, and that wo had every reason to
suppose that ho on this occasion was on the
side of peace, the war of rates not being of his
own making. We also expected that he would
use his influence to settle the diiliculty. Tho
result of the last few days has proved the cor
rectness of our supposition, and that the whole
arrangement of this trouble has been duo to
his intervention, influenced by his largely in
creased interest in Omaha stocks. The result
of this settlement has been a very strong mar
ket in Omaha stocks, in which the balance of
the list has shared. Wo may call the attention
of our friends to the fact, however, that the
market as it exists is very much of a one-man
affair, which should induce great caution. We
think prices of to-day are as Jiigh as they
should be, granting all the arguments advanced
by the bulls, and the position is now no better
than before the war became a factor. Unless
the great element of public buying commences
again, wo cannot see that much change has
been effected in tho situation. Money 56
Reported for TnK National Tribune by IT. H.
Dodge, No. 539 Fifteenth Street, Washington, D.C.
Hlgh't Lowest Bid. Asked.
Al. A T. H if 47
pref. nt 91 li
Can. Sou 75,' C9 C.'ji 09V
Cen. Pac 87,'i blii ST'i 67.
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C. B. tO 125 12i imi 12S,
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C. C. & X. C....................... .... 47 -- wt7 79
Col. Coal S2?i '82 - 31" 32
Del. & Hud 10.li lasw kkjv; mi
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Lake E. & W. 31,'i
Lake Shore US
Lou. fc Nash 53
Mich. Cent 101
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N. Y. Cent 1X5
Korf. fc West
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101 101 101 ',
XiU 31' 34 14
101 104J 104V.
71 71 '
pref 51,'i 51
North Pac 45 44
pref SIX 8.V.J
Xortliwert rJ 137X
Ohio Cent 1 1 YiM
Ohio it Miss 35;.C 34
Out. t West. 27Ji 27
Pac. Mail . 40 39f
Pco. I). & E 2G 20
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Hock Isl...... 131 130
Cr. L. Ub .3. Jb ..... .. ..
St. Paul - 10S 100
pref. 121 120'i
St. P. & Omaha 57;; 51
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Texas Pac. 407i 39,',
Union Pnc 102Ji 101?
101 V. 10-J
311; 34 V.
OUR COMMERCIAL REPORT.
State of the Markets at Leading Trado Centre-. East
New Yor.K, Dec. 13. Cotton ii milrt and easy at 10 7-1S
(5lo.sc. Southern Hour qun-t sunt about steady ; noud to
choice Extra 5 iViMJ 90. Wheat is Mi-mly for tpot, V'
J-jC lower for futures. eloMnjr dull ; moderate export and
more active tpecuhitloii: Io. 2 led CertiilcatPifi 091i(
I (re;, January 1 10V I 11. I"ebru:irv Jl 27aMil l.'i1,,
Mnvjl IW'1 1 lti'i. Bye Ii dull and weak: We-tern .('.(
69c," Corn Vi2c. lower and unsettled, closing dull at
the inside figures; No. 2 mixed in Elevator 73V? ''a'--.
No. 2 old w bite 73c., .-outlieni j ollou 7'e., year 72'2( 75c,
new do. 72M 73 '4 r.. January i7( c. May tiVsOyile. Oats
are unsettled anil irregular trade, oloin more steady;
mixed Wi-tem d(j.4ik;., white do. 45f50c. Coffee lirm
and fairly active; .sale ot futur-s 10,aj bags. Helmed
Sugars iui t and ht-iily. Potrohum dull and nominal;
crude 7V"8V-. refined 7?ii se., Tnlted Jl UO,'. Tallow
linn ; prune city 7iM.7Vie. Pork rather more active ami
Meadv; Mes Jl'ifri 19 25 lor spot; futures nominal. Lard
5fa,7ic, lower and only moderately active, closing soiiip
wlmthtronger; prime leaiu at n,2(J(u 11 25 spot, Sll u"('i
II 07V December, f 10 9('i 10 05 J.iuuar' and $10 07fS
11 12'j May. Freights to Liverjiool ueak; Cotton per
bteamer (ftO-lt'Ml., and Wheal 7d.
CniCAOO," 'Dec. 13. Wheat dull and jricea a shade
higher; regular l're. December, 'JiJi(iJ,c. January,
W(a.7ic February, Jl Olfr ',. May; No. J red Winter 9tj'
(tfiilzc cash. Oiin active but louer, OWidi 'c. casli
and January,5T4'o. 1'elmuiry. 51--c. Mav. Oats iriegular
at .'t'ifi-'icraih, M,i Jic. January. .ii.rVA'c. Fettruary,
SO'jc. Mav. Hve i.s firmer at 5v. Dre-.ed Dogs l 7"fe
7 25. Pofk active but lower. 17 25M.17 30 cash. 317 35f5
17 375a January, 517 5(ifil7 5j'i February. Lard active
but lower at 10 '0 cash, ?1O57,20I(i uu January, $10f.2'i
(ffjlOlS Febrimry. Bulk Meats easier; Shoulders f "5,
fcliort rib 9 15. siiort clear i'J 70. Whisky firmer but
notpiotab!y higher at 1 17. At the closing call Wheat
dei lined 1r(i '4c. Corn stronger, except for January,
which declined Cd 'v. Oat-, liimand unclianged, except
for December, which advanced ifni1,!'. Pork dull and
unchanged. Lard not quotably clianged.
Chicago, Dec. 13. Hogs Hccelpts 5s000, and ship
ments 2,500; market Meady on pood grades, and lower
grades dull and lower ; common to good mixed at 5 40f
0 ; heavy packing and shipping $5 tu,i, 50 ; light 5 40((7.0.
Cattle Ueceipts 7,.r.w, shipmoins 5iHi; market dull and
lower; Christmas Ileeves f;25f)7; good to choice sliip
ping Steers nt $5 liua,H; butchers medium to good at VJ25
(H25; ?tockersund feeders at .2 forij4. Sheep Heceipts
3,000, shipments Soil; market fair but slow; medium to
Kood f3 4U'ii3 90; and choice to extra ?! 10 (a 4 CO.
Songs! One hundred new, pojiular and complete yocal
gems sent, tK)tp:iidtiiii receipt of only 17 cents. The
value of this nm.-ic is almost $.5. Head Patten & Co.'s
advertisement in another column.
IS.Slop Organ for $01 00.
Damel F. IJkatty, the famous Piano and Organ man,
otlers in this paper an lb-stop, 5 seta of Heeds Organ, in
cluding Sub-Bassand Octave Coupler, for only $fi5.oo, and
to all who order within ten days from date of this paper
a further reduction of ?4 00 and freight prepaid as t.ir as
the Mississippi Hiver, thus leaving the price Stil.oo, deliv
ered at your very door, if the order is accompanied by
slip cut from the advertisement, a good way to find out
what paper jiajs, and his customers get the "advantage of
it. Head his advertisement in another column, care
fully, and ue ad vhe our readers to order within the ten
days, of this well-known house.
PRIVATE STOCK TELEGHA I'll WIRES BETWEEN
WASHINGTON" AND NEW YOKK.
II. H. DODGE,
Banker and Broker.
Bonds, Stocks, and Investment Securities Bought and
Sold on Commission.
No. 639 15th STREET. (CORCORAN BUILDING,)
Washington. D. C.
Agency for Print e and Wiilu-ly, Stock Brokers,
1 liroadwa, NewYork.
Every class of Serin ltios iiought and sold on commis-f-Ion
in San FnimiMQ, Ualumore, Philadelphia, New
York. Boston, and Washington. Oiders executed on the
New York Stock E hange at one-eiphth of one per cent,
commis-ion. Private ami direct telegraph wires to Bal
timore, Philadelphia, New York, and Boston, through
which orders are executed on the stock Fxciianges in
those cities and reported hack promptly. Quotations
of Stocks and Bonds and Information regarding the
Markets received through our wires INSTANTLY direct
from the New York Ktock Exchange.
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It is not generally known that we manufacture, Import
ordeal in ne:irl everything that i eaten or drank,
nnd that coniunierH can, if they will uvk their grocer to
procure it for them, Ret anything they want tinder Tluir
lierS hrnml. We do not allow our name to be plaeed
upon any coods that are not of good quality and full
weight. It is, therefore, tot hu interest of conMinierrt to
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hifjhtedly bundle other brands beeau-e they can make a
larger profit, but they lo-e sight of the important fact
that what they make in the larger margin ol profit, they
lose in tlie smaller volume of bnsinov Not every con
temner knows Jti"t what brands they can lely upon, but
we guarantee all goods Mild under " name to beol
Rilperiorqunlity,niid authorize Orulrrs to refund the pur
riuiiP price In any cave wliere the ron-uiiier has cause for
dissatisfaction. It Is, tin refore, to the Interest of both
dealer and consumer to use Tliurlter's brand., and they
can get almost everything under our brand if they will
ask their grocer for It.
Our Motto: Gootl Quality, Honest Quantity.
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A Suitable Holiday, Birthday or Wedding Present,
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" frAPc&M&) ooTVyPi Ijod.BhoutlWpounci.
18 StOPS G&&&rtM 0.) DIAPASON FORTE.
five l&Mimm&w&M'- i s skkk"-
safe Ropffc mmsSSm'M e --"--
IlK'iSfej'i'SMi m&y&T W&i Fi-p Octaves, fine Wal-
JKBWi3SSS5Se ' pcarancc. built plain, hut
r1????! my n. at, so it will not
M2sffiWMra tr.Uo tho dirt or ilu-t It
7 A w:)fB5cdr?r5rvrtrf contains tlie swt:etox
mMMm0kt' Celrsto Stop, 'the. fimoiu
ffl?fflffi$mSlWi&l& French Horn Solo Combi-
Y2o&0ft!.fMA aS-S&BSa Right nnd Lett Kneo Stop.
JctSraSMwWSiSfWyr to control the entire ac-
?.ris5wOT!fiu?i tinn bv thp knee, if pccp-
frSRRgfSSrSS.T I IW!vIMBoV5JrY4. f arv FivrO, Sets or Gold-
JmMvnWkM low: A set of pov.ermi
j i4-rfB'S-t;,r'lViiVajS;-?T .)Fijif Octaves of VO-tCKirsTE-. i
i:e?SjavSP? 'vViw7'."5::a;iJH5i iStf " of French Horn P-ccds :
($$&'& r-J 1 1 rddmMUwWv'AlpHli Intent Stop Action, nlso
s mMIPIII I Willi wL fssssesbtnA
fe UM!4Uir ffilfri.in fho best qua'lty of
2mM$BW$M& I Ufciir&itFM SaPpis rubber cloth, aro of real
Jl$raiff Wbliai-BHiS- v.itli steel sDrire an.l the
SitS'!kMf&m '! &r&MWfF8 bestqnality oi pedal straps
WsOTaM'tffti rOLISCEU METAL. OF
HfeCifflM GET OCT Of KKPAIIt OR TTORM
"t&ty' m:&i3&7&Sr rf . JMSgE? FllICE. boxed and de-
f.'H"VV.--.T,Ti": .SS..'itVi1S,rl45.V-S.l'r- U z -7 t-r:;-y
BTrTtennt tJiU; beautiful Parlor Organ iv trotluccd everywhere immtrliateltj ; Jievre the foUotrr.ig
Four TioVan 7idt'ciioii from rraii'ar price. Otiltf a I hailed n timber will be disposed of at this rc
anavlciwhj low offer, and positively no order will bo filial jot' les3 then $GZ.OO after the Ten- Days.
Htw T 'I -T-ft , j, t n !
As It fnrtlier in ;uem"nt for thi i provided ron order im
mediately." ith.n tlie lOdavsi.Tesn e to r-v;:iTlTiBht
on the nboo orsan to your neare --t. railroad ireiht v.a
tlon, any punt cat ot tho Missi-tpi River, or that far on I
Im R n ET7l Cia Tl n at, n l" " r-'n3n.s.-Jiinmoueyior oycnccKoayourlBUiki,withmloday3i
RWiaM LiH Kff ? 11 B"S from r'a. oof tbisn'-wspaper, I heiby nreo tobo-inndt-lupvou the.ibove B
B fc-;WiV ii 86 Sl a fST - As described OiTJi,includintf8tool,iook and mnsicwitlireeeiptlufHll for 3Ki. 8
a W-J till h W K W , ufi'bte--'i,:3-Kn.tcroneyear'D n.ieycu arc not entirely s;itl3flel, yoa mayretu-ng
R CJRf MjS'tlSii !J! yjJ tr'iJ"t.'" , "reran at my expense, and I hereby asrro to refund vou your monej-. J
y.... .wu, i.tTOTOTw. m m.i.. 'vlth i-'teK-stfromdAtj of reinittanuu. lEigncd D.UNTEL F. BEATTY. J
StolDmEL Fo BEATTY, Washinon, Mew Jersey.
r'irff 'gg'yy'.ci i.yrB'Bi'h
A nfti K is V. tv
Arcclj are watcblac nbov
Angela -will open tli: beautiful citei....
At ibe ferr;....
Kunbury cross ,
rj rt S! rfS :
i; 13 $
GciaefrCm decottoa fields
I m djln fur anmeote to lore me....
I'm (jilng homo toC.o
I'm no'nc to rrrite to papi
I'm one at the rie'ili'li iind
I'seG"lne to Alabtraa
Ill ncbher lcare c!d Diilo land ucaln..
Icannot say go-jd-bye
In iba gloaming
la tho gulden cvea tide
Ii there no klsa for m to-nlnbt?
It It homo wfcero mother tlnelli
Jami, arrj joucobiIck'
Jutose penny to buy bread...
Keep jour Httls heart forme
Let my nana be kindly intl'ea...
Liltle brother Joe
Little flo-rcr forget-me-not...
Little mountain kid
Loredonci pasied nwny
licet me, darling, by the mill
Uother. tell me, irliereiaEvaT
Mother's Tiil... ........ ............
tij bonnlaJeBnisI.ee. ,
liy heart to thee is singlnc
no, ain. ....................... .......
No word of trelcoma
Bible I've alwaji read 1j good enou-h
It Irs In haiid.. ..........
lHack-ejcdKliilf' gone torc.it
Fllue-fvcj babv'sroue tooicen
nriuC Dens. ..............................
Krlrhter am do liob'nlr t'oiicj..
ErmsiDR pretty blosscnii to jtre ea
inollirr a crate
Bring me le'.tcr from homo
llrlDK t.'ic absent bar; to mo
Bje-onJ-brc joa nill forget me.....
Cban ceit her niinJ
Como nnd aeet me, Rosa, dsrllnr;... ......
Dr"taole sarii'n. ta a. eruwlia'.. .......
1) trims DiHy o' Uundee
DirllDf, I'll coma nir.nn to thee
liars one mote rlbtirr for tocro ,
Darn that are Eone fei'm tlie brigbteat.....
De beacon lamp am burning
I) Httlo cabins all am emptjnir.........
Do not lcTeme, lp.uie, ilear.......
Donn In tfce jouf.
Ureamr eyes are dosed fsrerer.......
r. 'f I if ..
JTUacrman'ii brido I Only a dream of
uruDKaru h umm ........ ...i :' i uevcr..........
KlBEcr-prlntt unoa tbe pane I Oh I bc'a tbelad foraie
Wo will send tho above entire lot of 1 Of) Choice T'onular Pones, words nnd mn.le. nnr-nnirt
for only 17 Cents in stamps or silver. Address
TTTYJ77T OUQTJ7 FAMILY MAGAZINE
AAA Hi DUiljA For Two Dollars.
Bemorest's Illustrated Monthly.
Sold by nil IVetvsdenlers and Postmasters.
Send Twenty Cents Tor a Specimen Copy to W.
JEX.MNOS DI.JIOREST, Publisher, 17 Knst
14th Street, Sew York. C-13t
Day or Night Celebrations,
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE DISPLAYS.
FIREWORKS, FLAGS, LANTERNS, &c.
Semi for Prlco-I-lst.
THE UNEXCELLED FIREWORKS CO,
Miinufactttrers ami Importers,
No. 7 TAICK 1VLACE, NEAV YOKK.
Photograph views of FceneHdnrinjr the war of 1SG1-5,
Batteries, 1'orin, KeiincutH, Pickets, Pontoon?, Priu
onero, Wounded, Dead, Libhy Prison, CastloThundcc,
Monitors, Ate An interesting eamplevicwwill u Bent
for eight li cent etampp. Catalogue Prco 1
JOHN C. TAYLOR, 1 7 Alleh Piace, Hartford, Conn.
Hitherto a low-priced watch has been the very poorest
of Investments; bein; of no value as a lime-keeper, and
a constant source of expense and annoyance to it.s owner.
The WATI'.UmiltY A'H'JI will be found 11
marvel of simplicity, accuracv, and cheapness.
MAI l'l,"C, liei-aiiK1 it ifc((niioMd of less than one-half
the usual uuinlicr of purls in a watch, which are so
arranged as to be easily cleaned or tepaired.
At'CLK ATM, because it will run twenty-four hours,
and keep tune equal to tbe lieiter jirailcs of watches.
:II K Al', because It will wear lor j earn, and Is olfercd
at a price ithln the reach of e erybody.
FOR $3.75WE WILL SEND
THE WATERJ3UKY WATCH
THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE
FOR ONE YEAR
TO ANY ADDRESS.
THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE,
Washington, D. C.
livcred on cars here, with
Stool, Book, and Music,
nnysroincwjt of it. This is ft rnro opportunitv to
p'iic; r.n instrument, as itvrere, at yone very dcior
u.l freipbt prepaid, at laanufactisrcrs' lov.-est
vv-holo;:i5o priccn. This oiler vrafi never made b"lorc,
and positively will notbu repeated in this newspaper.
- iC.vfft' - ta'a - s - .vj t-w H.-.w'i-uasa
It you Trill clip this notlco and mail it In a registered loiter,
HPIl Words &
I Oracrr WaHnmi
Oorcot in Touncssrt?....
Over the garden "c;i..
Patter of theiinogic
Pickln'on a harp
i rr married man
Pretty littlo cottate in tfce meadow
Klna-n dem ehcrmin befit
Kebia, trey telln.eyeu'rogoingaway..
WC3c 1 .ITCi i
"UJCL" J j ,
Some day I'll .ar.'!er back nj&ir
Some one will Eiis nia nl i!o"l am aaj
Ppea- kindly to the dd foil.s
FTCt days gone br
Takomc back to horn end mother I
That won't keep a Trifo atd baby j
That yonn; man nero tho -ay. !
Heart that 1 heailng fortUce ;
I osli tha' la'cs me j
There Is ao baby face la the cradle j
The rosebuds art sweetest la Hay
Tnrnhaci toll I
fader tho roof-tree....
Waiting la the raia j
Warrior bld !
Why did the angels take mama away?, I
Will I meet my aijel mother? I
TATTEN I'UB''G CO. 4? Barclay St.. Xow Yort. '
ran rfBN ran pupb
( .ii kin re vi i'i M p tv-z
I havunDosltlvo remcJv for tho abnra dlsrus: bv lit nso
thousands of cuses of tho worst kind and of long standlrif;
havo been cured. Indeed, distronjr ! my faith InltB efficacy,
that I wllleend TWO I10TTLES FKEE, together with VAL
VADLE TREATISE on this dlsoao, to any hiilforer. Give Ex
press A I. O. oddreBs. DK. T. A. SLOCTJil, 131 l'earl St. h'. X.
iM EinCargalnS. -P3SeCilal0!rue.aa
Kinaaot instruments, trie, lxnctii pneej.
G. 1L W. Bate3. Imuortcr. Eoatoa, Alue.
5end s rough sketch or a
model of vour invention to
GtiOKGl: K. LE1IOV.
g-L vvashinaton, 1. C, and a Preliminary
IjT JSxaininntjoii will be made, without
cliarse, of nl United StAtss patents of tho
same class of invention! and you mil lie advised
whether or not a patent can fee obtained.
Ifynnare. advised that your invntion patentable,
send 20, to pay Government fte of Sl and 9-" for
dr.iwinj requited by the Government. This is pay
able when application la made. When allowed, tho
attornev's fei (S-') and the final (jovenimrnt fee
(S-0 is pavahle. An attorney whose fee depends on
his siiL-cci' In obtaining a 1'atent will not ndvise 3-ou
that your invention is patentable unless it really is,
so far as liis best judsmwit can deterinino: hence,
you can rely on the advice Riven after a preliminary
examination is had. Design Patents and tha
Registration of JLnbrN. Trade-MarUs, and
Iie-i.ues secured. Caveats prepared and filed.
Applications in revivor of Hejeeled, Abandoned,
or Forfeited Cases made. If von have undertaken
to secure your own patent and failed, askillful hand
linp of tlie case nnv le?.d to sucrss. Semi me a
wntt"n lequest nddrcssed to the Commissioner of
Patents that he recosnie Gnonon E. Lemo.v, of
AVanhlnzton, T). C, as yonr attorney in the case, giv
ing the title of the invention and about the date of
flllns your application. An examination nnd report
will cost pun. nothing. .Remember, this office has been
in siirccHfuI operation since tfO.nnd inference can be
given to actual clients in almost every county in tho
U. S. Pamphlet relating to Patents free upon request.
GEORGE E. LEMON,
Attorney at Law and Solicitor of American
and Forelsu Patents,
G15 Firtecntli Street, WASHINGTON, D. C.
Mention this paper.
awing IMIade Easy-
rne ew improved
Is the cheapest and best.
A bov sixteen years oi
can saw loRsar and easy
Sent on tesc trial fiend
poHtal forlllnstraif'd Catalogue eontntnlnsr testimon
ials and full particulars. AOEXT.S WAJiTUU.
Monarch Lihtninr; Baw Co. , 163 Randolph St. , Chicago,
Aflrrrtisemfntit inwrtetl under thit head nt the rate of
twenty-jar milsor three lines. Address replies to adiertiser,
carevj Piie National Ti:iiicm-
WAXTKI). The name nnd address of the steward of
hospital at Port Warren, Iloston Harbor, Mass., in
l?i)l and lbt;1.', by J. Al. Eaton.
WANTED.TI10 uddrobsof Lewis Taylor, surgeon of
fhessluut Hill Hospital, at close of ar, by Airs.
T7-AXTED.-The address of "Win. II. Ki
V derly of company V, 19th Iowa, by J(
lend lute or-
WANTED. The address of nnv near relative of V. J.
llyatte, late of compauv l llblli Pa. Mils., who
died at AndeihOnviUe. bv !?. G.Cogli.er, who has a letter
to be. delivered to his relatives.
WANTED. Tho addresses of any comrades who were
confined with me in Salisbury (N-f.) prison be
tween October, ISM, and March, lt'tJ.'i, by Harney Alcfabe
,li A NTED. The address of anv member of company
J j D, USth Wis, vols., by iiam'lKulks.
'i J ANTED. The name nnd address of tlie regimental
V surgeon of the 10th 111. Inf., Alarch, lSb-l, by A. J.
WAN 1 ED. The addresscsof Sergeant W. A. AlcGar
rctt and llli-.un W. French, ol the nth X. II., or anv
one that knew me in Salisbury prinon, by Win. H. Hart-
WANTED. ITie addresses of Captains Henry Schick
bardt and James AlcKcon, aeraennts Charlton,
A in. Hender.-on. Am,'. Ku.ll, and Pittruk Pinn. of 5th
X. "i . Vet., and Alontz Meaerit:. and 0-car eichert. of
loth X. Y. II. A., or nnv person who remembers the
wounding of Henry Xorilhaus at White dak Uoad iFie
Porks) March 31, lo.", by Henry Xoidhaus. b"J-.;t
WAN'l ED. The addresses of the following orlicers of
the 11th regiment Maine volrf. : Lieut.-lVil. John K.
Laing, Lieut. 's Win. C. Towueud and W. W. Grant, of
company A, or any member of .said regiment who knew
me in Hie General Hospital at Savannah, Ga., In July
and Augu.st, Im, by tin-hard Liver. CT-lt
WANTED. The nddiess of Prlt Grim-kie. lateTir
riiiupany It, inth reg t Xew York I.s., t.y The A'
ttimul l'rdtunr, V:isur.gtoii, I). C, or the address of any
of his family or nlatnes. tf
"VTAXTED. The aildres.s of .Michael Cash, late see-
V ond-el.iss nremnn U.S. teamnliip Cliucura, bv The
Xiitiaiial 'Vibttne, Washington, D. C, or the address of any
of his family or relatives. tf
"TTTTANTED. The addresses of C.ipt. Jack Adklnson
T V and Ensign AlcCIaln, or any of inv shipmates who
served on the U. S. ship Sybil, in 15u-l, by John Loughlln.
tfU VSk' 3riS,4tl- -I
m es iV i'i Wr$z sv 4
Cil 3 Ft " til f 1 -l" mi VTA il
A M a ml If Ii &$ a
GEOKGE E. LEMON",
Ofiicc, 615 Fifteenth St., (Citizens' National Bant,
P. O. Deawee 325. "WAsniNGTO, D. 0.
If wonnded, injured, or have contracted anv disease,
however slight the disability, apply at once, i'housandi
W Idorr?, minor children, dependent mothers, fathers,
and minor brothers and sisters, in the order named ars
War of 1812.
All surviving officers and soldiers of this -war, whethef
in the Aliliiary or Naval service of the United States, who
Ecrved fourteen (14) days; or. if in a battle or skirmish,
for a less period, and the widows of such who have not
remarried, are entitled to a pension of eisht dollars a
month. Proof of loyalty Is no longer required in these
Increase of Pensions.
Pension laws are more liberal now than formerly, and
many are now entitled to a hisherrate than they receive.
From and after January, isai, I shall make no charges
for my wiw in claims for increase of pension, where
no new disability Is alleged, unless successful in procur
ing the incrcaac.
Restoration to Pension Roll.
Pensioners who have been unjustly dropped from the
pension roll, or whose names have been stricken there
from by reason of failure to draw their pension for a
period of three years, or by reason of re-enlistment, may
have their pensions renewed by corresponding with this
from one iegiment or vessel and enlistment In another la
not a bar to pension in rases where the wound, disease or
injury was incurred while in the service of the United
States and in the line of duty.
Survivors of all wars from 17B0 to" March 3, M53, anJ
certain hr irs, are entitled to one hundred and sixty acm
of land, I f not already received. Soldiers of the late wat
Land warrants purchased for cash at the highest mar
ket rate, and assignments perfected.
Prisoners of War.
Eatlon money promptly collected.
Amounts due collected without unnecessary delay.
Such claims cannot be collected without the furlough.
Horses Lost in Service.
Claims of this character promptly attended to. Many
claims of this character have been erroneously rejected.
Correspondence in such cases is respectfuly Invited.
Bounty and Pay.
Property taken by the Army In
States Not in Insurrection.
Claims of this character -will receive special attention,
provided they were Med, before January 1, 1550. If not
nled prior to that date they are barred by statute of lim
itation. In addition 'to the above we prosecute Military and
Naval Claims of every description, procure Patents,
Trade-Marks, Copyrights : attend to business before tho
General Land Office and other Bureaus of the Interior
Department, and all the Departments or the Government.
"We invite correspondence from all interested, nssnrfni
them of the utmost promptitude, energy, and thorouebJ
ness in all matters intrusted to our hands.
GEORGE E. LEMON.
A VALUABLE BOOK !
TO ALL EX-SOLDIERS I
SPECIAL OFFER :
3Tor a club of ten 6111)30111)6X8
we 'will send free a
copy of tne
WAE OF THE REBET;T;TQK,
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COMPILED FROM OFFICIAL RECORDS
FOR USE OF
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UANBS0MELY BOUND I
This book should be in the hands of every ex
soldier, nnd especially every applicant for a pen
sion; for it cannot fail to be of the greatest assist
ance in the proving of their claims. But two
thousand copies, in all, of this work havo ever
been printed, and of these one thousand was pur
chased by the Pension Oflico. The other thousand
have been bought by Tub .Vatio.nal Teibcse,
which has thereby secured entire control of tho
side of the book.
Trice, S1.50 per ropy, (postage prepaid,) or
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A IicrulIn;rI,ontIon Phya-
iau catai 11 lanes aa
;pfi in New a. ori;
for tho Cure ot
Vr. Ah. Slewrulo .flat? or i.on 5rif Siw ciC
tlma anyother llvln? Pnr,'V ?! r orer eo years' staml-
TP3ST EVER 'MADE;
, .. J,.v i r-r-rr k r VTII VI'.TIC PIU. Xo farnllj
VM' ,lf , J 2 thorn Pleasant to take; no srlpins
i "i T sell tl em or bv mail for 15 cents a ho, in Wh
aifettS-." Siam;dird Cure Co., HI Xassaugree
Xew York. OQ'ljr
Mention this raper.
r.r. nvr chrotno cards or 5 Gold and Bllv
?)J (WSJ) erles. Prettiest pact sold with name. XCo.
Kaaaau Ciuu Co.. Nassau, . a. Minuiuu5u ia.. u-i