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Friday Hoamiio. - -
Go closed In New York Saturday at
month' the 'Atlantlo Cable netted
ts,850. ; ";;;;v; '.-
'THa Loodon public schools open next
Monday.' .J ;,',!.', .;,., . ...
.1 Canadian towns wood sells at only 2 ,
per, cord. ; . ,; : ; : ' ' ". ' ' J
. Dattok has a regular tw o-wheeled re-
loclpede. ' : ' : ' ' '"' ' '
' A fox has killed eighty turkeys at Merl
den,Cono. . ;' :': , :' "' ;'j
' BaVmw a Is said to hare fourteen miles
. TM ChoJerahas made its appearance at
Bt,Tbom'as.,;..r; ,;.,;':,', j.; .'.';r.i
, Sal Lam CfriT Is soon to have a. large
carriage factory.., j; ; , I- r r:-.i in
Tu hop growers of Wlsconaln hare had
an unprofitable season. v-.-.i a-y-
'feocHKSTiit, X, Yha six Masonic nd
area' Odd FeUbw" Lodges. V '. ' ' V
'Tax "krape crop al , Kelley's Island the '
past season was not very good. , , ,. -v,
NisaxT-THKXB marrlageble young ladies !
attend one ohnrch In Concord,, N. H. -.
-Hubbabbt6wk, Vfc,has neither a town -dent
nor a'panper. Bappy condition. : j
!A ship built entirely 'of Steele has ar-'
rived at Mobile direct from Bombay. ' '
Hon.' Gborgb' H. .pMDtrroN was An.
Brooklyn, New York, a (souple days ago. ;
Extxksiv pVeparations have been made
in.. Washington for the celebration of to-
iciiT . !
Litters will not be eut from the Co
Iambus Poatofflce if they are not directed
In ink. :U -'-'- -----
Johm CUaxtsu, sr, of Cleveland, form
erly i ChnHcothe, ha Just died, aged 61
yaMt::.i..t...u-i.--l..v...i I .
A ChbistjUs present ot Cfeorgla editor
was a water melon and a basket of straw-.
Thb' Democracy of Connecticut will hold ,
their State Convention at fiartford, . Janu-
ryatb .':,-L-it t'ao .'
rixstet Bcneaas, a young man aged 18,
drank himself tojdeath In BarnesvUle on
Chriatnuuvi.iii, , . ' ' ' '
Ttn sophomores hsxed Ward Beecher's
on and- shaved all the hair from the top
f his head. ' 1 : '-: '' '. ' '
Spusdidlt executed counterfeit fifty
" dollar Greenbacks are in ' circulation in
New York City ' ,
TiiKVKusslan legation are forbidden 1y
the Gear to give any evidence touching the
Aiassa purcuaeo. ...-'!
5Thb North Carolina Legislature opened;
its session on Monday by a band-a negro '
: band recently organized ' j..:;.;', , : .
A MisaacHCSETTS Professor thinks he.
has seen a volcano blazing way id the
moon, Stand irom uhder..'i'r.' U j.
Bktaic, of the Madison Democrat, returns
thanks i for divers Christmas presents re-,
ceived.r Worthily bestowed. :( ' ; ; y
It Is 'thought that the: worst point in the
stringency of money matters has passed,
in New York City. We hope so. y
. ; A- o of Mr.JWeuft of CentyeyUle
Huron county, was thrown from a wagon
and.instantly killed on ChrUtmasi : ; ;; ,;
: Th charge of tbe Cincinnati Commer
clai; lor ;the insertion of a column ndver-...'
tisement each day In the year, is $14600.
- Uknkrai. Pkim Is not General Prlmi"' bht
rrass, and be is not a Spaniard, but a Gerr
man, : born on the Elbe Bo isay tht. pa-,
mm ii iu'li'di.:) u;':r.i .
P" ; .,. . : , ; - v
Mr dirt were trumps,'' said Chas. Lamb, ;
who wais' playing whist with a German .'
partner, w what hands . Herr Schmutzig
woald boldn. .w-..v----
Lewis Davis, Just convicted In tbe Cuy
ahoga Common Pleas of the' murder of
David P. Skinner, Is to be hanged on the
4th of Febroary-rr ; rVr.:
Tan agent of the Virginia Express Com-
pany was knocked down and -seriously In
jured, and robbed of $12,000, in Norfolk, on'
Thursday morning. v',.;, , ,! ,V "
It is stated that the white of an egg,
given In sweetened water, is an infallible
cure tor croup. It has to be given until a
cure is effected. Try it. .-- . ... -
Thx House of Representatives of Dakota
Territory have passed a bill empowering'
women to hold office in the Territory. It'
Is thought the Council will defeat it. ' '
It is com plained that the National Banks
are not as serviceable to the people as was
the old 8tate Bank system. Put Greenbacks
In their place, here by save interest, and
help the people. ... "L" ..'
Ok Wednesday week, Martin Cobb, John
Haley and Timothy Fairy, of Eelley's Is
land, on their , return in an open boat from
Middle Island, were carried into the open
lake and drowned.
Thb "Evening Etassrln P-ovidence, K. L,
out Thursday morning, with a
loss of $30,000 to the office and $20,000 to
the1 building. Twenty-five printers nar
rowly escaped burning to death.
It is rumored that a prominent Govern
ment official in. St. Louis is a defaulter to
the Amount Of $60,000. That's the way the
people's money, goes and has been going
tor years under Republican rule. ' '
IsvxsTiGATiov shows that several hun
dred clerks in the Treasury, Interior and
and other departments can be dispensed
with, without detriment to the service.
Let them be dispensed with at once.
It appears that the woman who commit
ted suieide at Chicago a few days ago as
the wife of Charles Dickens brother, was
not lite real wife his wife having been left
In England by him, who is supported by
Charles Dickens. - ..v ,
Abothek fight with tbe Indians in the
Wacnlta -mountains Is" Yeportedr-ln- which
our troops are said to have, been; victorious.
. Weoant have particulars as yet, because
tbe official messenger lost his mail while
crossing tn Arkansas river. ' -" 1 '
A gbkixemas advertises as follows in a
Paris paper I A father wants to find tor
his son a school . where he could get
healthy and manly instruction,- and where
the teachers do not fill the heads of the boys
. with humbug stories about nations which
died ana were ouriea a tn ousted years
ago. -: I : '
Thb Cleveland Leader (Radical) has per
suaded itself Into tbe belief that the Su
preme Court of the United States will, on
the 13th of tbla month JXaouaryi, .decide
tbe Legal Tender act unconstitutional, and
thus give the country oyer to. the .most
deplorable , financial . chaos. To guard
against this,' It' wants Congress Immediate
ly on its reassembling to pass an amend
ment to the Constitution making the Legal
Tender act valid until tbe 1st of January,
187L, Into a nice predicament tbe Repub
lican party ft getting the country,' trulyi
They seem bound to break up the country
Is one way or another. " j. ; ,.
The Difference a Silght Shade of
The political party calling Itself Repub
lican, for lio reason .that we" can under
stand, except because it has subverted the
Constitution which was once thef funda
mental law of the Republic, owes Its ori
gin "to "The' slavery excitement. Its first
adherents and converts were men claiming
not to be politicians or seeking office, but
arnest philanthropists, deeply . imbued
; ltb tbe great. Wrong done "to tbe negro
I, race, and anxious that 'the wrong be
righted. ' They were a humanitarian party
resolute,, they .claimed - to be, against
wrong, and battling alone Tor justice, hu
manity and right. That party uow, and lor
years past, has bad control of the Govern
ment, Slavery no .longer exists it being
abolished, by . the States lately holding
slaves, by the assent ot their Legislatures
to the amendment ot the Federal Consti
tution which abolished It. , .
The Indian race, within the limits of the
Union, and under the control of the United
States authorities, have suffered and are
now suffering grievous wrong at tbe hands
or Federal officers. . From the organization
ot the Government, they have.step by step,
been driven backtheir lands taken from
them under treaty stipulations, the good
faith and the honor of tbe Republic being
pledged to observe these treaties in good
faith, yet when the Congress of the United
States fails to carry them into effect, or
officers of the standing army butcher those
wnose, great crime Is making" complaint
against the Government for its breach of
contract, tbe leaders of this once humani
tarian party are sHent.' The Indian huu
ter, the Indian cquaw, tbe Indian papoose
are of too bright a color, too near white,
to excite tbe sympathy ot the Sumners,
Wilsons and Wades, when shot down or
murdered, as was tbe case lu the Chi vino
ton massacre, and that led by Gen.CcsTAR.
Tbe evidence is that these were friendly
Indians friendly to the United States, and
despite tbe great wrongs committed, in re
fusing or neglecting to carry out the treaty
stipulations,, still -., had. confidence that
further wrong would not be committed.
Had the IndianlChief Black Kkttix, whose
villages ot men, women and children were
surrounded in the darkness, ot night, and
put to death, been fc negro instead of an
Indian,' the. whole country would have
been fairly electrified by the news of the
massacre. A, negro ! thief in the South,
shot while attempting to enter a residence
at dead ot night, or killed, while attempting
au outrage Jon a white woman, heralded
to all parts of the .country as another in
stance or the lawless character ot ' the
Southern white and new evidence in favor
ot reconstruction, would excite ten times
the comment and ten times the indignation
of either the Chivington or the Ccstab
massacre of the men, women and children
of the Indian villages', where scarce a liv
ing soul wasleit to tell the tale ot Indian
suffering and Indian wrong at tbe hands ot
their butchers, .. ;
The tale was scarce told'ere it was for
gotten by those to whom the public looked,
in Congress, to sustain the honor of the
Government, and to observe its treaty stip
ulations. Tbe amount of pi under growing
out of our Indian wars is too great for Sen
ators and Representatives,, who aided to
build up their party and to bring themselves
to the surface, as. the boiling water throws
Its filth to the top, tor the murder of a few
Indians, to excite their sympathy.. ..
But bad these Indians been .'intelligent
contrabands," from the brightest mulatto
to the darkest ebony, then each male would
have been a "man and a brother;" then
Congress would have been vocal with the
outrage; Senators and Representatives
fairly foamed with rage ; the Radical press
would have printed anathema after anath
ema orM-he fcoundrela who did this work ot
death and destruction. : But it was only
4 the band of Black Kettle, not that ot a binrJt
man,: who, with their chief; formed the
victims of the :, whitei massacre, and for
them Senators and Representatives, in tbe
pay of tbe Indian ring of speculators, have
no. tears to shed, so pity to give, no indig
nation tO eVOke. .2 .:. : : ' ;!i
The Way The State Officials Sustain
the Honor of the State.
The State Fund Commissioners, in their
annual report, strongly favoi the repeal ot
the law which cut off as a useless expense
the office and salary of ah agent In New
York, to aid in paylDg the interest on the
State debt, and haveebarge of the trans
fer books. The 1 Commissioners say the
repeal ol the law creating tbe . agency is
bad faith to the: foreign creditors of the
State, the law creating the debt requiring
not only that it shall be paid back, princi
pal and interest, at the agency of the State
In New York, but that tbe bonds shall be
transferred at such agency. :
There Is an agency now tn New York,
where tbe debt can be paid and where the
transfer can be made, and the sensitiveness
of the Commissioners of tbe Sinking Fund
would have been more genuine if they,and
their predecessors in office, had not swin
dled the creditors of the State by paying
the interest In greenbacks, When the bonds
were sold for gold, and In gold both prin
cipal and interest were to be paid. Instead
of doing this, they took advantage of the
tact that greenbacks 'were ' made a legal
tender, and because a State, being sover
eign, cannot be brought Into court, to pay
the Interest In paper almost useless to the
foreign creditors, when it was worth but
thirty-six cents on the dollar the gold
accumulated in the Treasury to liquidate
tbe interest being sold at a heavy premium,
and the rags received therefor, forced upon
the creditors of tbe State.
.Verily, in the matter of sustaining the
honor of the State,' these Fund Commis
sioners "strain at the gnat and swallow the
camel" of repudiation.
The Attorney General's Opinion.
Editobs Statesman : In your issue of
tne zym mst. juu iiiuuiye in come com
mentson. the opinion ol the Attorney Gen
eral, given to the Auditor of State, in re
gard to tne compensation or memoers and
officers of the General Assembly. , Your
remarks imply tnai ine opinion contravenes
an immemorial custom, and, there
fore, is not sound ; and are calculated
convev the. Impression that the Attornev
General sought the opportunity to inflict
tbe opinion upon a generous public-
U custom settles constitutional ques
tions, public plunder would long since nave
become strictly constitutional, tor it has
been sanctified by immemorial custom.
The Attorney General in giving an opin
ion must look to the reading of the constitution
and laws. Wbat these are not what
the Legislature or the people ought to make
them is the only question he can consider.
Under the constitution the compensation
of members ot tbe Legislature must
fixed by statute. Does the law provide
nt merit ether tbau tor actual attendance
during the session, and mileage ? If not,
was the duty of the Attorney General to
state. He has done so. You do not con
trovert the soundness ot his opinion, but
plead the customary violation ot the con
stitution and law, against their plain read
ing. ... - ...:" -. '
The Attorney General, when aked
an opinion by any of tbe State officers,
hniind U filve lu au buuu unse ik i
diitv to eivea fair and honest interpreta
tion of the law, without regard to
has been customary in practice. The Auditor
of State, in a lengthy, argumentative
itrr- In which he gives his own conclu
sions, requested an opinion on tbe subject
la question, nun single ucepuua
regard to tbe payment of clerks, tbe conclusions
of tbe Auditor and tbe Attorney
General's opinion are the same. I am advised
that the Auditor, after requesting
and receiving the opinion, proposes to dis
regard it, and does so hy contlnuiug
nav In violation thereof, and ot his own
oiiclusiona IFty did he oak it?
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YORK, Dec. 30.
The Herald's Goldsborough, N. C, spe
clal says Judge Waltz, of the Fourth Judi
cial District, to-day granted an injunction
to Wilmington & Weldon Railroad Com
pany. forbidding the Treasurer ot Stare to
issue any bond in aid of the Chatham
Railroad Company, under the act of tbe
-Legislature recently passed, appropriating
two millions lor tne completion ot that
road.' The injunction -is granted on the
alleged ground that the act is unconstitu
tlonal and virtually stays all further Dro
ceedings until that question is decided by
Details of a Robbery Over Two
Boston, Dec. 31.
Tbe details of the robbery of the brok
er's office ot Chas. Gooding, over two years
ago. and the recent aapture ot the robbers.
shows the whole affair to have been an ex
traordinary case. . The robber. Penny,
hired a portion of the broker's office, and
under pretense of having bis portion of the
store repaired, with tbe assistance ot four
"others, who worked as carpenters, com
mitted tbe robbery ot the 10,000 in gold
at night. The broker put his case in the
hands of detectives, and he himself went
into the haunts of thieves, but he was told
that the rogues had gone to Canada. He
soon discovered that five persons were im
plicated. Those were tbe parties arrested,
and two more men named Barton ana
Wilson, English thieves, fled to New York
and had their share of tbe gold exchanged
there by a "fence."
Learning afterwards that some one bad
noised the affair abroad, tbey decided that
tbe " feuce" bad blowed. They followed
him to Philadelphia, and found him in a
bar room. One put his knee in the middle
of tbe back ot the suspected traitor, and
the other held down the head and cut the
throat of the unfortunate man. Tbe "fence,"
however, recovered, and his would-be mur
derers are in a Pennsylvania 1ail. The vic
tim of this outrage gave valuable informa
tion. Mr. Gooding- went to Canada, where
he found and renewed tbe acquaintance of
Penny, who revealed something concern
ing the robbery. Last Friday,' many
months after that renewal of acquaintance,
Peony left Montreal, with the tools ot a
burglar, to commit a burglary in Ogdens-
burg, New York, on the Canada line. .The
detective was on his track, and when, on
Sunday morning, he crossed over to Og
densburg, he was arrested. .
BOSTON, Dec. 30.
: The Herald' says that the aggregate
amount of semi-annual dividends, payable
in this city on New Year's, on various
classes of stocks and securities, is 51.346,
273; interest-to be paid in gold at the
United States sub-treasury, is about $7,
000,000. The state of Massachusetts will
Day the interest on Its bonds in specie. The
city of Boston pays interest in coin, except
on currency leans
Railroad dividends show little change.
Illinois River Improvement Convention.
CHICAGO, Dec. 31.
' At the Illinois River Improvement Con
vention, held in Peoria, yesterday, the re-
oortof the committee on Resolutions was
adopted, declaring that the navigation of
the Illinois river is unreliable, ana that the
Slate Is now principally able to make the
necessary improvements in that river, and
advising the appointment of a committee
to urge upon the attention of the Legislature
the paramount importance of tbe con
templated improvement. A committee of
five gentlemeu was appointed, whose expenses
are to be delray ed by the towns along
the proposed route. The Illinois & Mich
igan canal cost six million five hundred
thousand dollars, and it is estimated that
it will cost about two million dollars to
improve the Illinois river, from Laselle to
its-mouth, so as to give seven feet depth of
water for two hundred and miles,
A bill has been passed in the House of
Representatives in Dakota, a erruory en
abling women to hold office. The Council
will probably defeat the measure.
A memorial passed both bouses asking
the President eleoSJt. Grant, to appoint
W. W. Brot)kingi Governor of the
The Great Libel Suit Concluded.
' The great Ubel suitof Mrs. Wilkinson vs.
the Chicago Tribune, that has engaged tbe
attention of tbe Circuit Court in tbis city
for seven days, and exciteu intense local
interest," was concluded to-day. " The
woman claimed $10,000 damages, and tbe
jury awarded her $7,500. Tbe result of tbe
trial astonished every one, as contrary to
law and position, and the tacts, as the evi
dence adduced proved, that the publication
of tbe police report item complained of was
entirely uniptentional, and inserted purely
hy accident, and was amply apologized for
tbe next day. The report itself was proved
to be substantially a correct one of what
transpired in tbe Police Court. Applica
tion has been made for a new trial, iue
case V ill be argued on Saturday.
The Soldiers' Home In this city ha9 been
closed bv order ol the United States offi
cers, and the inmates are to be transferred
to tbe National Asylum at Milwaukee.
; A Convention of the Christians of the
city is to be held here next week, com
mtoiclngon Monday, to produce a relig
ious awakening during tbe following week
The prize banner offered for the largest
majority and proportionate itepuDitcan
gaiu of one town in tbe Second Wisconsin
district, was yesterday. In the presence
many persons, presented to tne .represen
tative ot union, .Hock county.
The Salt Lake Telegraph, of the 24th
lnat predicts that the Union Pacific ' rail
road will be a good thing for the Mormons,
and advises tbe Saints not to oppose its
progress. .. .
, In a recent sermon at the Tabernacle,
Salt Lake City, Brigham Young threatened
to cut tbe sisters on irom me cnurcn
tbey did not quit dealing with the gentiles
A bill has been Introduced in the Mon
tana Legislature to lepeal the Virginia
City charter, that place not being large
enough to support a Mayor, Aldermen,
Another Fight With the Indians.
ST. LOUIS, Dec. 31.
The Republican ha3 a special from To-
peka, Kansas,w hich sayt: Reports, thought
to be reliable, have reached there to tbe
effect that another fight has taken place
tbe Washita Mountains. A large number
of Indians are said to have been killed,
Santanta. chief of the Kiowas, and Little
Raven, ot the Arapahoes, taken prisoners.
and a large amount ot property captured
The Indians engaged were the Kiowas,
Chevennes and Arapahoes. Further par
ticuiars cannot be given, in consequence
the official messenger losing his mail while
crossing tbe Arkansas river.
PROVIDENCE, Dec. 31.
i The large bnilding on Dyer street, occu
pied bv the Evening Press and several
other parties, was burned this morning
rwentv-nve printers m mc uuuci eiuiv
escaned burning to death by climbing
chain to the street.
The Press' loss is $30,000; Insured. .Lioss
on building over $20 000; insured. Loss
by other parties about $10,000.
TROY, Dec. 31.
There was a fire last nUht In a photo
nronh .rullfrf Iuks S1(X)0. J. S. Fake, nic
ture frames and photograph goods, los-s
$3,000: insured. Johnson, dealer in ciotn
ing, loss $3,000; insured.
NORFOLK, Dec. 31.
The asrentof the Virginia Express Com'
nanv was knocked down and robbed
a 1-2 'noil at about five o'clock this morning.
while on his way to the depot. Tbe agent
CINCINNATI, Dec. 31.
The citv Auditor's books to-day show
not. rpceintR for the year to be $2,800,000:
disbursements $2 500,000; present bonded
Indebtedness of city $4,390,000.
Governor Swan Ill.
BALTIMORE, MD, Dec. 31.
, finvprnor Swann is very ill at his rest
dence here, ot pneumonia, and will not
able to give his usual JNew a ear s recep
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 31.
Gem Grant visited Girard College
mnrninir and wi 11. to-morrow attemoon
citizens at Independence Hall, hav-
ins1 accepted an invitation of the City
Respects to the President.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 31.
The armv and navv offit;erand Govern
ment officials will pay customary respects
, lo me f resident new xear s uar. ue-
by officials and private citizens
MEMPHIS, Dec 31.
The State Teachers' Association is in ses
sion. . There ia a large attendance. Ad
dresses were made last night by Doctors
Bancroft and Sears. An effort is being
made for uniformity in school book?,
The Bulletin newspaper has been sold to
li. J. Dupree S Vo. At will be puDlisnea
hereafter as a penny paper, under the name
Oi the bun.
NEW YORK, Dec. 31.
- A special dispatch lrom Harrlsburg, Pa,
HARRISBURG, Dec. 31.
Some thirty-five Republican members of
the Legislature have arrived. The discus-:
sion ot the Speakership of the House and
the United States Senatorship has already
commenced. ' Tbe only candidates for tbe
Speakership are John Clark, of Philadel
phia, and B. B. Strange, of Tioga. The
general impression is that Mr. Clark has
the inside track. Tbe contest tor United
States Senatorship. will be involved in
doubt tor some time. Mr. Grow is here
and Messrs. Morehead snd Marshall are
momentarily expected. There is a rumor
that Mr, Marshall is disposed to yield to
Mr. Moorhead, who it is said has six of the
cikiiu lucuiwrs irom Aiicuttu y. Ji iue
lwu oenators irom Aiiegueuy, urauaiu "
NEW YORK MELANGE.
Revival in the Book Trade.
NEW YORK, Dec. 31.
Publishers of all oj asses, and especially
those in the subscription business, report
noticeable revival ot tbe book trade during
the holidays. A new demand has sprung
tjd for Greeley's American Conflict of
Brown's great metropolis, just out, 20.000
copies having been ordered.. Kane's Arc
tic Expedition is selling immensely, and
other booksin proportion. The demand
for West and South is particularly active
A City of Mexico letter states that Min
ister Sosecrans was to be be formally re
ceived by President Juarez on the 11th
Declines the Challenge.
A London dispatch states that the owner
of tne .English yacht Cambra declines the
racing challenge pt Mr. Bennett, of the
New York Yacht Club, to race with the
Dauntless, as the latter Is of much heavier
tonnage than the Canibra. - -
English and French fleets threatened to lay
the town of Gonaives in ashes, unless the
schooner De Hart was released from il
legal seizure. She was released.
Favor the Project.
tion of Cuba to Mexico, is said to be in
progress in Mexico, and meetings are said
to nave Deen ueiu mvornig me project.
At a meeting of artists last evening
resolution was adopted to take steps to
unite the painters, sculptors, and all hav
ing interest in the different branches of the
hue arts, in a movement to consider tbe
proper steps to be taken by them to secure
such amendments and alterations to exist
ing laws as shall afford full protection to
The steamship Russia, from Liverpool,
The daughter of Abson", the wife poison
er, who escaped the gallows by suicide,
only fifteen years of age, is unner arrest
in Jersey city, on the charge of murdering
her illeeituuate offspring yesterday.
Juo. VV. Mix is under arrest in Newark
on suspicion of having fired Wm. Titus'
Charles M. Royne, formerly' Superinten
dent of the St. Nicholas Hotel, was mur
dered in 12th street, near -Broadway, m
ooen davlight, this morni.ig, "by an un-
kuown person. ? " '
BY ATLANTIC CABLE.
One Day's Later Advices from
LONDON, Dec. 31.
One day's later news has been received
from Constantinople. Tbe insurgents in
Crete have all made submission to Turkish
authority and a provisional government
has been established there.
Demonstration at Seville.
MADRID, 30, VIA LONDON, Dec. 31.
There was a demonstration : at Seville
some davs ago and Gen. Caballero de Boda
was ordered there with a body of national
trooDs. The DeoDle were disarmed, how
ever, before the General's arrival. The
country is entirely tranquil. The Carlists
at Navarre are carefully watched by the
LONDON, Dec. 31.
Great Powers on the Oriental question,
which was fixed for the 2d of January, has
been postponed, and tbe date ot its assem
blage, it indeed it is convened at all,
now quite uncertain. -.
PARIS, Dec. 31.
A dispatch lrom Constantinople states
Petrovulaki and the. Greek volunteers
Crete have surrendered to the Turks.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Dec. 31.
It is officially announced that the la-t
the insurgents in Crete have surrendered
to tbe Porte. ; . ,
Journal Official de L'Empire.
PARIS, Dec. 31.
A decree, signed by M. Reuher, Is pub
lished which assigns to the new organ
the Government, the title of Journal OlH-
cial de L'Empire.
MADRID, Dec. 31.
General Caballero having re
stored otiiet in Seville, has returned to Cor
dova. Xbe National Guard at Seville has
been disarmed. , -
LONDON, Dec. 30.
A dispatch from SutZ in antioipationof
Austrrlian mails, - states tntellijreiiee has
been received at Melbourne lor New Zea
land, and that fifty European families have
been murdered by Mavries.
HAVANA, Dec. 31.
The Younsr Cuban, named Cauielo Ca
rters, who has been confined for some time
past lor political oflences, died yesterday,
of consumption. His funeral took place
to-day, aud was the largest ever known
this city. -
PILCHER GIVEN At the residence of
bride s mother, on ine auin insiaui, uj ivor.
p.r .1 u h' Pfi.rtnRK. of OlaLbe. Kan-
ma. and Miss Mattie H. Givbm, daughter of
it. kev. J. F. Given. of Columbus. Ohio.
For their kind remembrance of the printer
happy eouple have our hearty thanks and
wishes for their continued happiness through life,
tW Xbe Olsio Slateimaa lias
aLurser Clrciilalion thnsa any paper-
published in thia City or Cen
tra.! Ohio. Advertiser -will bear
thia in mind. -
t u w ; , , m n , In attachment.
TS Court of Common Pleas of
Henrv Maurer. 1 Kranklin eounty, O.
DnuniKTC CiV AN ORDER OF
1 from said oourt to me directed. I will offer
7.1. at iiublio auction at the door of tbe court
house, in the city of Columbus, irankltn eouaty,
l.aio. on daw Of January A
'jaturday, tne dum oay ox January, a.
e o'clock P. M.. the followins; described lots
. Maurer's addition to the eity ot Columbus,
attached as the property of Itenry Alaurer. detend-
.".'Vm.'V-i at. 1SSt Wo. 12 150! No.
Ijoiwo. " rrv. , 7Vi .'1B l
nU 1 a25: No'. 18 100: No, 20 td;No'.
liiT1 k 29 30: o. so oo: ro. ai aoa;
ul SE0: NO
33 tSO; No. 34 B5: No.
C50: No. 37 T0: No.
kAS. No. 38
40 6S: No. n $65: N . 49 65; No.
ill' To 44 $65; No.4540;
.1 o- ,of,u; 1,0. '
5U r,5: o. 61 165;
35; No. 55 $35: No.
5 M 40: No. 68 $10; A o. 69 H' 80.
w. iw. - -K. UtVaK.
Coroner, acuui.s dterifl.
Printer's fees W-
DHISSL 4 MATOi All ys.
MOORE'S RURAL NEW-YORKER,
n M AX tmiOIMAL WSEKXT -
RURAL7 LITERARY AND FAIK1LY HEWSPAPER.
I. D. X. ItlOORE.
Conducting; Editor and Proprietor
BRAODON, 6. F.
A. A. H0FK1HS,
"i Apsooiats Kditobs." "
EEUBT S: BAHDALL. LL. I) .
Editor or tub Def'mbnt or tin kef Uusbasdbt.
X. A. WILLARD.
Editor ot thk Def'ment op Dairt Husbaxdbt
DANIEL LEE. M. D
Or Tsnn.. Southihn Corresponding Editor.
This Jocbhal ia designed to in onaurpasned in
Value, Purity and Variety of Contenta. Ita Con
ductors earnestly labor to renitr it Reliable Au
thority on tbe important Practical and Scientific
Subjeoia eonneeted with tbe businesa of tboae
.oie interests it advocates. The aim ii to make
it eminently Instructive, Useful and Eniertainina;
aa a Familt Jouhn al. by adapting it to the wants
and tastes of all people of intelligence and refine
ment. It embraoes more Agricultural, Horticul
tural, Scientific Kduoational. Liteiary, News and
Commercial Matter, witn app opriate Illustrations,
than any other journal rendering it by lar tbe
mosi complete Kukal, Liter art, (amilt and
Business Newsfapbb in the Woild.
Tol. XX. of the Kural, for 1869, is printed on a
Quadruple Sheet, oompriainz Sixteen Large
Doable Quarto Paces of Five Columns each 1 This
is double the original size of the paper, and ren
ders the Bubal by far the Largest and Cheapest
(as it has long been the Best and Host Popular)
Journal of its Claaa. As some indication of what
a BinslA linmhiir nnntiLins rA tli. an kini..J
Contents the Rural for
uescripiion oi a circular juanaion, wua jLngrar-
ea iMevai.on ana run; uur ueaigna and ie-
field jmrnnK -
How to Manure Best with Clover; The Farm
vrorasnup; iotiun culture in tne soutb;
Wheat its Present and Future froduetiun;
Premiuji Potato Crop s
Cattle Racka and feed Bozei (Illustrated): Grain
sowers; suosoii now; uneap Cexeot Want
. r. i? i ii ii n . . .
New York WoU Growers' Association: Chanare
in tne Wool Market; Com'r of Agriculture on
Reciprocity; soiured fleeces; Xhe Winter;
Dairj Producta; A Review of the Dairy Interest
ana rresenc ana future rr apecta; Making
Butter in Winter; How butter is Flavored; The
Country Cheese Market; Dairymen's Associa
A Chapter on Crab Apples Fruit for Extreme
Itortnern Latitudes (Illustrated.): Tbe Catawba
Grape: Table Grapes is their Culture Urer
oone T W bat 1 did During the Week in my Or
chard and Garden; Illinois Grape Growers and
W ine Makers nocietv ......
Keview ot tne . I . City Grape Market for
1864;- Poraological Gossip, including Hj bridii
i. g Fruits. Greenhouses, A iew Grape, Pear
on Tborn, Origin of Peach, Pears Recommend
ed by Alton Horticultural Society, Protect
ing Miawberries. The Alton ftutineg Melon,
Trouble About Ripening Frnit, Wild Goose
Tbe Pansy (Illustrated) ...o
Trees in tbe City A Kemedj Suagestel for Cat
erpillars; ine sycamore Keooiuuiended for
IShade and the Ailauthua Denounced; About
Miasoun Horticultural society; Hotbeds; Bean
xiaoter; ids axperi mental o-irden at Wash-,
iugton; Adams County (1.1.) Horticultural oo-
eiety . ...
" . THK POULTRY VARIl.' - '
This Department; Model Poultry House (Ulua-
irateaj; tomuiun va. improved rowls; Pigeon
and Poultry chow The First Exhibition of
the Columbarian Society; Sncw for Poultry;
Pennsylvania Poultry Society........ ..10
Bee Culture I u. proved Honev Emntvinc Mi
cmnoiuiustraieaj; singular Migration ot ieea.lo
The seed-Corn Maggot (Illustrated)
Physiology and Hygiene ; Seasooaole Sugges
tions lo Prevent and Cure Coughs. Colds, etc.
.. sciENTiK'm ANinkPnr..
Popular Scientific Xitcturea The Telesenne and
DOMESTIC KHIIVOM V.
Preliminary Table Talk.: ...11
EDITORIALS. Ac. . ;
Tol. XX Pre'atory ; Good Morrow ; Explanato
ry ; 1 he Pres." and the Rural ; rew loik Far
mers' Club, including tbe following topics
Sweet Corn. Keeping Cows Clean in the Stable.,
Sowing Evergreen and European Larch Seed,
Chinese lam, A Tree Named. Wines. Use of
Plaster, Use of Lime, Ox-Yokes. Planting Ches
nuts. Mulching Trees with Stone. Gri'ding
Axes. "Value of Fish Guano. Peach PitsiWant-
RURAL NOTES AND OUERIKa.
A Special Aiotice to Contributors ; information
about Lauds Wanted; Restraining Unruly
Horses ; An Honest Seed Merchant Wanted ;
Convention of Presidents of Agricultural So-'
eietie: ; Swine Breeders' Convention; Book
Keeping; Missouri State Board of Agricul
ture: Ohio Agl Convention: Hatohina Eggs
, by Steam
New Publications Reviewed.
The Mormons (Illustrated)
8TOR1KS FOR RURALISTR. '
The yincente : Or The Mystery at- the Bine
ART AND AR11STS.5
The Latest Art Gossip
Madame de Staol , Gossipy Paragraphs. ........
MODES' AND MANNERS.
The Latest Styiee t SkatingCostumes.... .......
SABBATH READING. - '
Religion at Home, aud Abroad.: A Tennessee
Domestio and Foreign News..:
Reports of latest Live Stock. Grain. Provision-
i run. Wool and other Markets...
Fifty-four Paragraphs .-.. ......18
THE NEWS CONDENSER
Sixty-one News items .....IS
rOK IUUM1 PKOPLK.
Reading for larmers' Sons; Susie's New Doll
1 be aural .r our- learuias
THE PUZZLER. .
Miscellaneony "Enitrtna ;" Anagram": "Problem
illustrated Prize Kebua Charade
Woman's Aspiration, page 15; The Sunaet Land.
page la; IBo Old X ear's Will and .Testament.
page 13; Disposing of People, page.....-
Circular Hansiona. Front Elevation and Principal
t loor: Cattle Hacks aud-r eed-Boxau t? fixureal: in-
fantado bwes; Crab Apples (v hures); Pansy, at-
urai sue ana ueaucea tJ nguresi; Moaet rouitry
Housets figures);Centrifugal Honey-Comb Emptier;
Physiology, Ac (3 figures); Mormon Hill, or HiilCa-
mora; one Motner i our- ear-Old, rrise cteuua.
Ths Rub al has Seven Editors and many Special
Conitibutors. several of whom are.reoogniied
tbe nest Autnon y on the subject upon- which
tney write sued as toe ilon. M. s. K andall. Lb
D.. (author of "T ue Practical Si epherd." Ac., and
rresiaeotoi me national w oci u rowers Assoeia'
tiou.) who edits tbe Department of Sheen Hua
l. iv. . nr.. . . nn . .i i i .
on Dairy Farm ins J thai ot Dairv Husbandrv.
aaaition toanio ea trom its editors, tne kukal
Jan. a oontama contriuutiona lrom r. dakrv, au
thor of "The rruit Garaen;" i. R. b LLIOTT, autbi
of "Western Fruit Book; T. C. Petebs. ex-Prea
N. Y. State At. Sooietv: J. H. GKiacoa. M. U
autborof "Animal -Meohanism," Ae.; A. W.Cdwi
tt. u . fragment Klinira bemaie (Jul eee: C V. Kl-
LIY, State Entomologist of Miasouri; Dr. Danikl
lkk. ot Tenn. ; Mrs. E. F. tLLBT, Mart A.
W AO br. and other able and hnlliant writers.
I year, but a Large and Beautiful WgEgLr'of Fifty-
The UUEAL is not moniniy ot only 13 issues
lwo .Nnmbara and rhouca-its SIZ1E la KIAKLT
Doubled, tn priet u not increaiea i
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numbers for sale bv all News Dealers prioe Eisht
Cents. Tbe I rade supplied by the New York News
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ers. Companies. Lawyers. Arcniuscis. . romuuis.
Clergymen. Circulars. Prices Current, Letters.
wuotations.vatalogues. music, oranv aucuiuvuu
rfra.inD, rrtnv h. nht&ineri at the following eXtraor-
dinary cheap prices : 100 copies, fae aiuiilies,
an document or drawmz. Ac. S3: 600 copies.
i liim nn;. ail &n louooo conies. i4o0. or 60
cent, upon tie above prices msy be saved by using
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auricd'a I'aiem utoarapnio rnutui i rws, ,
Companies, Ac. Price 80. A young boy can atnke
off loo copies, letter size, per hour, of any docu
mei t, drawing, musio. with the greatest ta-ility.
Maurice's Patent; Statea Bights are sold at moderate
prices. Public experiments each Saturday.
N.B. All kinds ot Litbographio work are done
with the greatest care at the lowest rates. Maur
ice's Patent Autosrapliio and Lithographic "rint-
ing. Writing and &Dgraving Astaoiianmem,
North William 8treet,Net York. ,. , ...
decl7-d3tawly-Tlr , . : -
S. S. PINNEY'S-
JAKCINU ACADEMY IS NOW OPEN AT
For juveniles. Saturday afternoon, froin 1 1 1 to
P M Gentlemen's evenini class at AMBUS
HALL. 23d int-t.. at 8 o'clock P. M. octU
THE PHARKHOLPtR OF THK CAPITAL
port Turnpike Company are hereby notified
wm be B me(),inB (lf ,ne stkhol.lers of
Company oaSATUKUAa. e axtxtu oth.
at the omce Ol jonu moreuarii, r.py , uuumwia,
Fairfield eounty, Ohio at 10 o'clock A. U. ot
day, for tbe purpose of electing seven Directors
said Turnpike mod for the ensuing year.
January oth. 1868.
8.O. HKNDREN. S.,
President of sa.d Turnpike Company.
decSl-dltawtwAwtd . . . .,,,-....,.
MESSRS. ANDREWS. PERRY ACO..
tensive Paper Dealers of this city, are engaged
in removins; their slock to their new premises. Nos.
S4 and t6 North Uish street, a short distance south
of their present location, and will opeu out in
few days greatly enla'sed and improved. dec30
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
..- : .- ' OP THB - .
United States of ' America,
- WatSHINeTOM, . C.
CHARTERED BY SPECIAL ACT OF
Cash Capital, "- ! $1,000,000
-' PAID IS VGU
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING,
To whloh all general correspondence should be ad-
. . -dressed. -
CLARENCE H. CLARK. President. - - -.
JAY COOKE, Chairman Finance and Executive
HENRY D. OOKE. Vice Fresident.
EMERSON W. PEET. Secretary and Aotuary,
Offered bv thia RAmnmv ara .
It Is S National ComDanv. ehartorad bv ameelal
aci- ui vooaresa, jodo.
It has a paid up capital of tl.000,000.
It offera low ratea of premium.
It tnrnishes larger Insurance than other Compa-
uim lor ids same money .
It is definite and certain in its terms.
It is a home Company in every locality.
It4 Policial, are ezemot frnm attachment.
There are no unnecessary restrictions in the Pol-
Everv Poliev la nnn.fnrfttaKlM
Policies may be taken that will pay insured tbeir
lun amouuL ana return an ute premiums, to that
tbe Insurance oosts only the inter st on the annual
rolioies may be taken which pay to the Insured,
after a certain number of years during life, an an
nual income of one-tenth the amount named in the
N o extra rate is charged for risks upon the lives
It insures not to pay dividends, but at S
eost that dividends will be impossible.
JOHN W. ELLIS A CO.. . f
Cincinnati, Ohio. General Agents for Ohio Central
ana ooutnern Indiana, . . ..
. M. SMITH, ,.; r, , ,
Colu-nbus. Special Agent for Franklin," Licking.
Muskingum and Coshocton counties.
, ; No. 13.
SIMTT.TA SIMILIBTJS OTJEABTUB,"
HAVT5 PROVED, FROM THK MOST AMTLB
experience, aa entire encce?p : 8iffplefc
Prorapt Ktncient and Kuliablc. - They are the
only Medicines perfectly adapted to popnlar use,
bo simple that mistaken cannot be- made in
using them ; so harmless as to be free from dan- .
ger, and eo efficient as to be always reliable.
They have raiaed the hi sheet commendation front
all, and will always render satisfaction.
Hot. ttl - Cents
1, Cures Fevers, Congestion, Inflammatlona. as
Worms. Worm Fever. Worm Colic. 25
iryliig-Colic or Teething of InfanUS5
. liarrbesi of Children or Adnlta..96 .
'Dysculery, Gripiuc;, Biliooa Colic. 25
liolera-.Iorbuj. Vomiiipg. 36
Cough's, Colds, Bronchitis
, IleadacltcaSicklieadachc,Vertigo36 4
Dyepepaila. Bilious Stomach as
Suppreaaed, or Painful Periods... 96 -'
Ititea. too profuse rcrKxia... U.9B
Croup, Cott'iu, Diincult Breathlne.
i licum. Er
Rheumatic rains.. 25
AH the alxne art put ui
cdnluliilug double quatiiUins eacKor.
The fotloirina an aim mfvn in riali andart
tetU at uu mme prices given below. .
Fever V-riif. chill Fever. Aimea50 .
I'll en. Wind or bleeding.... .80 :
Optlialmy, and sore or weak EyeaGO
Cntarrli.acnte or chronic.InflncnzaSO f
AVIloopIllK Cough, viok-mcoughSO ,
A slh ma. oppressed Breathing. SO
Ear Iic-narg:es,iuipairedhcarfng50 .
Sr rot'nln. enlarged slaiids,8welllngs50
Iroisy. and scanty Socretiona 60
Kldncy-UlNcaKC. Gravel 50 ,
Nervous Debilltx Seminal '. '
Emlttslona, -invulnntary Dis-
- charges .- .........JL 00
Sore Iontli, Canker 60
I rlnnrv Wcakncaa.wettlnghed50 .
Fatnlni Periods, -withupasms.. 60 ,
Still'erlBKH at change of iife... .. .1 00
l!pllcii8y.spasms,St.Vitiu! Uancel 00
DipkUierla, ulct-fated sore throat. 60
ttrUK'ttt Rfl 1n-rr, -rtala. mororeo
or rosewood case, containing
m. apecillc lor -every ordinary
dlaeaae a I'amily ia aubject to,
aud bookaol iUrettlena... .u.'.ii
,.,.,,.. -i v- .- Prom$10toi 838
Vamllvinil TVlf nff -MM . 1
with 20 to a? vials. trom to $8
for Curing and for Preventive .
treatment, iuviala.aud pocket cases,$2tof 5
O PONIr'S EXTI1ACX, -
K 11 res Jliru, uruisi-w ,n. ui .
gorenem.Sore Xhroat.Spralnw. Tootb
arhe. Kar-lie, Nruralgia.-Itbrnma
liain, Lumbago, Pileat, Bolls, Stints,
Sore Xiyea, Bleeding of the Lonca,.
Kose, Stomach, or of Piles j Corua, tip
corn. Old Sorea. '"!
Price, oi,, 50 eta. Pints, tl.OOJ
t-Theee Kemedicsv except royp' BY. .
TRACT, by the case or single box, are sent to
any part ot the country, by mall or express, free
. 01 cuarge, on receipt 01 me prioo.
' Address Humpbxeys Specific , Vx
1 9 HomeopaUuo Medicine 'Co'mpany,
i Office and Depot, Nq.662Bbojuwat( New York.
' Trr. Hfittorbtb is consulted dally at his ofBce,
' personally or by leUet, as above, for all formaof
disease. .... . f .x 1
! . fob, SALE BY ALL DBUGGI3TS. '
A fresb apply of the aSoro always on h '
for sale by - . g. E. SAM URbT - -
. 1 Ai J. SCHCELI.ERsnd
HUSTON & UAJUlAJtlU-
CAIITlOHxiuf M --
fresh and genuine Medicines bare on the
bottom of ths box, or in the eases. Humphreys'
bpeoifios. Homeopathic Medicine Company- Buy
no others. They are not reliable. -;
., ,. ; " . jyia-deodAwly
Barton's Tobacco Antidote.
tTABtKAVMTBtn to TaTCirnn iu imm tow. ToatAOCOL
dy vetaMe ana Marwtiem, and t tlM An wrxceuem
iV. xt pisrttaw man munchta IM otooo, in
sir. niaVes the BTtomAVch to dieet the heartie-tfi
awatirv rtosueaasxi arraju noQri8Dinir ua LvrmK
1 sleep refVesbing:, and est&blubes robust health.
j-ssrl -AsraeA for AttZsV tMOT sSHTsd. PliC6 FlftT.
box. PojVml . .In interesting treatin on tw injoriua
etldcts of toDacco, wita usta or unmoDiaii
aatA aw W id AfrsWiam WsUltawrL AAArlttat
V r T TJ a. I TaT -T
PosnusTsa's TaVmonr. I raaaiyefl a box of Bmtoo
Antidote firom Ber. AM. Poaltoa, a&fl find it as. dfrnimt
car. 8. OaxshAs. Copnotton JH arriaoa Cou, OhiOa .
IT. S. TiAanrtr. MrHawv'm OMe.PlMm
asod a -apply of tho JulQTt. jfrl cms recei&edka dammi
Fxom New HAMPSHTKa OOM Ftrsow. Ottlenea of
TDflaence here having been cjod of tbe appetite for tobae-
1 Joskth ATOWarderW R. H. State Prieoa.
t A Bumt'i TST.yyr. DrXBoTtont AnHdou fcr
Tobacco hat aceomplifhed o aw"V it ft
! , - , W. Ma la. Vat. Btayvw Albany. M
' cored mj brotharfad myaelt It wxrAjAiia.
nirsaa SaoxKAKr, Kelle Station, Pa.
Tmom thx Toucm Ekadquartku, LpfK, mabi. f
A m AUUUVWi auu isea ' T -I. -
RrtTrrrr-rBW Hon Jotntirix. BaI
1 box of Barton's AntMote rtwiove
I at. t
the wejbd from mi
I take peaaore in rctimmdiil
A. Z OlaAaJM, J
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS,
Trademark X OopyrigTUM
IrFCavtion ! Heware o. iujurious Coaoter
feiu advortiaod by Humbags.
NATIONAL TRUST CO.
OF THB CITT OF HEW TORT.
No. 333 liroadwny.
Capital, - One Million Dollars.
CHARTERED BY THE STATE."
D ABirs K M angam. Pres't. J A3. W EBRiLL, Seo'yJ
- Recives Deposi's and allows FOUR PERCENT.
INTEREST on all Daily Balances, subject to oheck
at aiffht. Hoecial Deposits for Six months or more.
may be made at five per cent. The Capital of One
Mi lion Dollars is divided among over 3U) snare-
holders, comprising many gentlemen of lane wealth
1 experience, who are also personally
liable to del
-sitoretor an coiisations 01 iueiom-
panr to double tbe amount of their cspitsl stock
As the National Trust Company receives deposits
in large or small amounts, and permits them to
drawn as a wbole or in pa t by cneca ar. signi ana
without notice, allowing- interest on all daily bal-
n.. t)iMiii,)innt.thAnnnntrr can keen ac
counts in this Inatitution with speoial advantages
of aeennty. convenience and pront. , '
" NT-decl-dAwSH . '
muis nELIGHTFl t AlVDEI.EOtFIT
A preparation, introJeoed last -winter, having
received so many nattering oommendatiocs trom
' those who used it. induces tbe proprietors to bring
it again before the public assuring tbem that
.t.n nnrivallad aa the best protector of the skin
against the inclt-menoy of the winter season.
not only imparts to the skin a delicate freshness
' and beauty, but also conduces to its health, purity
and preservation, for healing abrasions, unan-
1 ij J L' T.tna a BnnnTin.aa nf t K. Kktn
I BOH EiaUllO, i-uiKnjVi
' that no equal, while its soothing qualities
ttaligbttul framnee render it a necessary append
are to the toilet. Prepared only by HARPLE
tRITSON. -t-iapensing ChemisU loo South High
street, Columbus, Ohio. nov-aeoaawem
!, Lat, HVuta,) Fsnnt,
umrdis; ,"., mi xcssdlraar clsrkl
Uatnslisn In nis eoinaan for
weents eata Anaertl . t
Dt;tHBLBPiapE I f SOKSAtLB
Iofferfor s!sthtwe-sto)f double brick bouss
aratrthr frame storeroom atUoled thereto. Bouse
u .! A roon,,i garrets, and, 8 eellars. and U
built in the moej rnjpwei ail and Mbetaathd
manner. I alao etfw Tos sa4e my stock of goods oa
the premises, eousisting ot eloUiDg. boots, shoes
ana miscellaneous. Bar at iat aesi.L leans
thaji.tb.er can be bought at 'toy other etore in ths'
, XO B1,AU.
WAMTED-A -LIVE AC11VB -MAN To
eenTajta Franktin .- ,v i- .v.
Eewing Machines. Wa.ou furnished and a large
commission allowed, jf0r full parttcolara call o "
v - J. V. PlINAUfcK. .. .
-.-j .;-.TT:,.l tot, t4n,.T ' "V
fHBKA; HOUSED j
twaWtaii Omlj-nmakr supd Tnea-
"rf jm c .1st, ieea., .
' .v; . v The Great . "-. sv i ,
C O O L BURGE SS
Minstrels and Brass Band,'
20 ; ACKNOWLEDGED AETISTS. T 20
A MagniBoent Brass Band ! A Splendid Quar
tette 1 . dmiaaion, 3d eenta. Reserved seats, AO
cents, whi -h can be secured ar Seiner's Muaio
Stoie. where a diagram of the Hall can beseen.
Beats ean oe secured without extra charge.
Doors opee at to'elnek. mtmnM tA u,n
meace a 8 o'clock precisely'
jnl-rl3t Bnrineea Aent. --
THE PRICE OF SINGCE ADmSKIOlT
for Gentlemen to the Rink on and after tbe
firat day of January. 18(3, will be HTI CKNTrt.
wuiuu is mo price aaopiea mi an omer ninxa in cae
United States, and at first by tbeOapital City Kink.
1 1 was changed to 2S cents . as an experiment, but'
after a fair trial it J as. proven insumoient te -.
fray the necessary expenses, and the Managers ar
compelled to make this change. . . j . . -.
j wuof vi uio xirectora. . i - ,
deet-dt J P. A. ELLIOTT. Secretary.-
STATIT STREET THEATER;
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First week of the creates. Sensation Aetna ef
... we age,- -
.wwawu ava .
mr boo Programn.es daily. deeM '
SIX NIGHTS ONLT,
ifloadsay. December 28th.
" Return of the favorite J
kS1 Si?' Cn."j"Krj with,his Troupe of iiarneJL
uiiu. ' aniuuuu uii.e aiice, ana irained
RUt A-Pi. AST hKS
placing one under each shoulder blade and the oth
er over the nc'alt of my back.' And tottharjastr1
three months I have had acaroaly twinge of tha
old pain.. I advise all who Mffsi from nerreasdia-4
eases to lose na tint rn makinsfw trial-of the
derilHaster -' ' ' ;
1 7i.TT:fSSClVQ, Seo'y Singer, llfg po.. "
i NewXork. .ni-vl8aft, J AC- jii. . -.: J-J
' Principal - Agency. Brawtjketbt " Borsi. Neir""
lUlk, ouiu 1(7 su uiufmiK
ji .j-.r -tnifi
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FINE ELECTlrPUTaD WARE. ' I
I THB-GORHAM -MA UFACTP1HBQ CO.. OF '
PROY rf ENCE.: I., k vtorthe" tarjesf nj
KacK-ry rSo .-- 8 ' er r, , ;in" the worH. aaitlH
the moat mfroved mach y. and employing the j
mtsTi-nlrrnen-hrhurV " sIs4"ffeiri
equalled variety of ne And beautiful iesigns ln("
Diacer Berviceal Tea e vlcea. and every arttoia,
specially adapted for 1 liday and Bridal Cifta;. f 4
They effsr alee their well-known end unrivalled"
Nickel Silver Eleotro-Pted Ware, In which the 4
have introdueed new patterBsof rare elegance.
The Solid Silver ia guaranteed S be 'of sterlinsj
I Purity by U. S. Mint assay, lae.leetra-riate .
f guaranteed to be superior to the finest Stefiat
ware. Orders received from tbe iraae only. Da
these7 goods may be obtaintd from responsible
dealers every ehere, , ' i T. 1 '. , . - i. .
'. ' m Trad
, for - -Silver.
' f!ORH A S4 MANUFACTURING! CO
90V5-dAw43am-Pe KT 1 .-t-i i-
4-srtnu' a w.dats1
1 vms 1 a wnv S9
It th offsprinc ofJi gnit fatft. 1 If ean thirr
i - tf denyiov that hli" " r , -
, EXCELSIOR HAIR DY,, .
Brings cut finer liSOWN or IJLACa. ths
ether, in a shorter time; snd Without Injury
hair.' This is s truth as pparens JhaAtTT
lighU thf earth- -a ,r
AKn Kit A tTTTFlER. The toilet, withoat t-"
tide. Jaoks its most useful attribute. . Sott-V
so eesuaon ia this eountry-aa tbs-fallrng out a
hair. 'The preservative prevents iU Ths fibresX.
no more loosen and drop o J. if this artiole is issroV
larly applied night sad morning, than if each wsrat
fixed in s vies. The testimony on this poist i i
ovawhelming, while the beautUyint andjuviera J
ropertiea of the fluid are equally wail astsbliabsd -)
S-Mbf Droggists.and applied by all Htlrllrcn '
rs. Manufactory No. 88 Maiden Lane. Principal I
t)epot No AstorHousev--'" -" '; : yl4
, . . J l.t. ! "I ', i-1 .1.1111 1 1 '
LHsLIDAI - PHMffiaVtV Ladles .and ".'
gentlemen, young and old. desirous ot having their sJ I
hair beautiful for ths Holidays, should use a boa-
. .wiDTr . I IL'O a tun PAD mil 9 O A Til -. -?
(1 S OX VuC AUluu a mr a x vmm iuji
ones. Head cnevaiiera xreause on. us oajr.T-i
Free to all . Gi van away at ths Drag Met, or seat-
by avail free.-1 Bis book -sneniu tjs Taaa uy e-rary -
person, it teaches te eultivat and have beautiful
hair., and restore gray hair to ita original eokar,
stop its falling out. removes all' rrri tatioa or -das-
druff from the scalp. thus keeping the hair "beautir
ful to the latest period of life.
. i aiuin i r-nai a i.ir. ir Okt.-i i
11 JKT-dt el-eodlm-. i .i a -: ull2.Bcodway, N . Y. i.
HIAIVHOflri jtnotUr Jr-ete Mfdiaal
Ivi Pamphlet Jrirm tht pen af JJa. Co avis,
Tbe "Medical limes" says ot .this worSjjW-iaie s I
valuable treatise on tbe cause and cure of PremaI
ture decline, shows how health is impaired through J
secret abuses of youth" and manhood, and how 2
easily regained. gives a clear synopsis at tas
impedimeats to marriage, the cause and effects of 4.
nervous uvuiutr, auu iu, reuiwra uj wiwi . a j. .
... . i . - r . . u - :il ) . C a
pocaefc eauiou v- vu. ,uv n mn w iwwMuni tin
receipt of 15 cents, by addressing Doctor Coaxia
No. 68 North Charles street, Baltimore, Md. -era-
mayg5-dly-r . , -; ; 7 . ;; T : '
MANHOOD ADD THE T VIGOR OF
tOlt'TH restored in four weeks. Success !
guaranteed! DR. RICORD'8 ESSENCE OF LIFE ;
restores mahly powers, from whatever cause an
gina; the effects of eariv pernicious habits, self- .
abuse, tnrpotency ana climate, giveaway at ones to 3
tbis wonderful medicine, if taken regularly accord- !
i.tntkaiMiittiiMf-.hiak MMMJim.lUnfl m. .
auire no restraint from busioeea or pleasure.) Fait- -
re ia imDossible- &eld- ia -bostlas at $3. or has
nnantitiafa in one for AS. To ba had enlv of tba sola tit
appointed agent in America. H. isiUTM. W . 4
Third Ave.. oornrl3tti tit. New York. , . ' i
KY-jj27-dlyr . - -
DR. A. B. WILLIAMS. West Breaswsy, aaaft t
Ugh street. Columbus, Ohio, has devoted himself t
ir a series of rears to the treatment of certain prU V
-rate diseases, tie may baoensultsd at hia offio
Hroarl w ..near the fciehanae baa a 1.1: JL Li i
may3l-tf - ----- - - - -
BATCHELOR'S HAIR Thisll
splendid Bair Dra ia the best in the world 1! ,
the only true snd perfect Dye; harmless, reliable j 7
instantaneous ; no disappointment 1 no ridiculoasi
linta ramiwlieN the ill effeete af baa . dvee :iaviar-.L
orates and leaves ths Hair soft and beautiful. Woe
or ormom. 001 1 oy ail xruaaiaia ihu rnaaen ;
and properl' spplied at Bstohelor's Wig Factory
No. 16 Bond street, ft. York. WI aprM dAwly
' I have heard it highly i tolled and have seen its
wonderful effeeU, writes Martha Johnson of
Derby, Ct., about Palmer Letion. .