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nUO OK Till! HAIL JJUM.KTIN :
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Oat year by sorrier, in Advance 10 00
Om yaar by carrier If not paid In
IMtTMM il 00
M Knife, trysail 100
FkrM ttonUii ., 3W
Mxnovfei. ft an
Una year 10 00
TIKMI OF WKKKLT. ntTLLKTIX.
0n Tear $1 00
Blx Months....! "
Tarda Months , W
InTatiably In advance.
SUwdlast MUfr on every pnico.
Tub attitude of tho govornor-goneral
and the colonial authorities of Cuba upon
the giving up of tho Ylrglntus an de
manded by tho United Statos, does net
promise a spoedy or satisfactory Bottling
of the Cuban question.
Turn completion at Cairo of tho con
nectlng links of tho groat trunk railway
lino which ensures unbroken communlca
tion botwoen St, Louis and Nor? Orloans,
and Chicago and New Orleans, has at
tracted tho goneral nttcnllon of the proas.
A rooD famtno oxlsts In tho north,
weitern countlos of Iowa, owing to tho
wholesale destruction of tho crop of last
lummor by tho grasshoppors. Great 1 ov
ulation It reported and much alcknoss nnd
suffering among tho unfortunatdpooplo of
, j ,
!Tis art 111 wind that blows nobody any
good. In view of tho nbolltlon of tho
freo pass system, many of the members of
tho Illinois legislature era renting houses
in Springfield and will take their families
there for the session. Whether this fact
will lengthen tho sitting of tho
Bolons, who roceivo flvo dollars n day for
the time spent In tho service of the state,
will be a question mora Interesting to tho
tax-payers of ttio stato than to the homo
owners, grocers, oto., of the capital.
Judgo "Welkor is n gentleman considnr
ably bolowtho medium hight, and sparely
built. II o is noted for his pleasing and
courteous address, Is lookod upon ni n thor
oughly honest man and In a locality whore
tho people bollero their jurists aro fill
abloand their judges nil learned, his abil
ity to hold his own as' cither is unques
tioned. It is possiblo that his successive
steps to substantial honors, not excluding
the last one, may ho partly duo to his tal
onts as a shrewd, qulot and penis'.ont poli
tician, but conceding this, ho is not unde
serving the promotion, nnd will assume
tho honor and roponslblllty of his now po
sition with the boat wishos of n host of
frlonds, who, Irrespective of politics, reo-
nizs his fitness and :apaclty for it.
Twexd, tho most noted convict at
JllackwoU's. island now, jls reportod to bo
doing as well as coull bo oipectod. The
rumors that ho had becomo crazy, that
be had fallon dead, Ac, woro all without
foundation. Ilia health is as good ns It
has been at any timo roaontly, and he has
been assignod to actlvo duty as ordorly in
the penitentiary hospital. Ills duty is to
nurso tho sick, in which offl:o i,o Is a sub
altern or assistant to nnothor prisoner,
who is sorting out n term of four months
forsteallng a through railway ticket from
New Tork to San Francisco. "NT lion this
man's torn expires, it is thought Tvcod
will bo promoted to full orderly. His cir
cumambulatlon Is con fl nod to "thofrco
' dom of a largo nnd choorful room, about
'sixty or sovcuty foot long and thirty ftot
wide, whero ho sleeps and eats with the
'sick persons, tho diet boing ordinary
prison faro." At prosent tho distin
guished prisoner shows no Bigns that ho
will verify tho prediction of tho peniten
tiary warden, who expressed tho opinion
that when Tweed discovers that It Is his
irrevocable fato to servo out his term of
twolvo years, ho willdio. '
JUDfJK SHERMAN'S BITCOKSSOB,
lion. Martin Welkor, tho gentleman
whom 1'rosidont Grant has appointed to
fill tho judgeship of tho district court of
the United States for thn northern district
of Ohio, vacated by tho resignation of
Charlos T. Sherman, Is ono of tlioso pre
eminently "lucky" mon of whom every
generation furnishes moro or less exam
ples. Judge "Welkor, who is now a rol-
dent of "Woostor, Ohio, first appeared to
tho notico of tho public, (a acoro
of yours or so boforo tho broaking
out of tho late civil war,) on
which occasion, bare-footed, ho drove u
cow Into tho town of Mlllorsburg, In Cen
tral Ohio, some twenty miles from his
present homo. Ho had tho traditional
bundle of clothing dono up in a handker
chief, on his back. In Mlllertiburg, beset
by tho usual difficultly that surround the
poor but ambitious young man, ho
studied law nnd, after being nJmittod to
tho bar, took his first step in political pre
ferment by boing elected prosecuting at.
tornoy for tho county of Holmes. A pop
ular member of his own party among tho
local politicians, ho was next nominated,
out of compliment, with no hopes of an
election tho party being in aliopslois ml
norlty for tho position of common-pleae
judge of bis district, comprising tho coun
ts ea of "Wyno, Holmes and Coshocton.
A "split" in tho Democratic rants .
cared his olection. Ho completed tho
tortn with honor to himself, nnd, leav
ing tbo bench, becamo candidato
from tho then Sighteonth Congres
sional District of Ohio, and was dofeatod
by his Dtaocratlcjopponent by just twolvo
vote. As if in compensation for bis de
feat, Govornor Dennison bostowod upon
liim, oarly In tho progress of tho war,
tho position of Judgo-Advocate-Gcncrai
oi Ohio, a lucrative if not rospontlblo of.
" Ilea conneotod with tbo war urvlco.
He wu n ox t elected Ltoatenant-Qovornor
of Ohio, tha Kcftubliean nomination for
that ottoa Jhfvlnis been bestowed upon
hm Msoal MMpaotedly aad contrary to
all fcipMoelred arrangements of tho
Wate'ifor tfa convnt!on. rom 18C7
to 1871 ho represented his district In tho
national Congress whoro, ho served his
consutuonn-crcuiiniHF u noi wiwi un(
tinction. His lat) appointment Is boliovod
to havo boon given ,to him without previ
ous kno-w lodge on .his part. ;
TI1K IJURIAIi OK M01IAIU)
Tlio funoral of Ex-Sonator Yates at
Jacksonville on last Sunday, was tnodo tho
occasion of.elabornte obeeuulos in honor of
tha distinguished dead. Tho opera houso
to which tho body of tho decc.uod was
borno boforo Its, final Interment, vne dec
orated with flags draped in crapn. Ton
gontlomon nrtod ni pall, boarora anil upon
life stago of tbo opera houso woro seated
nosrly all the clergymen of tho city, Gov
ornor llevorldge nnd oilier promlnont por
tons. Thn body ot tho opera licuiu wai
crowded with people, tho frlendn.nml nc-
qtialntancus of tho ox-governor 'and cx-
sonatnr, rosldonts of Jacksonville, Spring
field, Decatur nnd other place). 'J'uo fu
noral sermon was dolivcred by Knv. A
S. McCoy, pastor of tho Centenary church,
from tho text "And tho Lord Jesus Christ
which is our hopo," tho last elauto of tho
first vorso of the lint Kpistlo to Timothy
tho p'ublia services and prlvato life of tho
deceased were commontcd upon, nnd at
the closo of tbo sermon, thn following"
boaiitlful and most touching trlbuto te the
dead statesman wa uttered by Gov. Dov
oridgo: ''My knowlodgo of the deceniod is that
of a public mau. Ho did not bolong to
Illinois alone, but to his country. His
name nnd fanio !i-.vo passod lntiiinit)'ri(b-
nblo history. Tho righteous record of
mat porioJ or lour years when liu vvm tho
war govornor of Illinois is a proud recol
lection to the nation. It was lliclmrd
Yates whe, ns governor, raised ono bun
dred regiments of mon for tboisJJnlon
army, und bora consolation to thoisoidier,
sick and disheartened, in eamp nnd Hold;
It was Hlchnrd Yates, war governor, who
defied treason and brought our state into
tho front rank of tlioso who sought to pro
tect tho Hag. "Whatever else you may say
of him ho wa tmo to his country, to tho
Uag, and to the mldlor in tho Held, llich
ard Yates, ns governor, tonatDr,
orator, citizen, man, ha gonn.
No more will ho walk through
tho street; novor cgaiu will his
voico bo heard In tho senata ohambor; no
moro will tho smllo on his faco and thn
good choor in his voico, stir tho hearts of
his fellow-citizens. Ho has gono from tho
earth to try tho roalltios of another exist
ence; has shut his eyes on the lowers nnd
sunthtno and beauty of thla world nnd tbo
pntslons)! earth cm harm him no moro.
Wn will Icavo him in tho hands of a hind
and loving Sivlnr, who was hlmsolf
tomptod as wo are. To-day wo gatlior
around his romnins end will roon commit
thnm to tho dust. Bury him not r.onr the
busy haunts of mon. Hury him not near
tho echoing stroot, whero tho fjet of men
go tramping up nnd down, llury him in
some calm, secluded spot, under tho grcon
grass and thn waving branches of treos,
nnd whon in tho spring wo como to deco
rato our heroes grnvos, wo will drop n fra
urant garland on tho grnvo of illchard
Yatni, tho soldiors' best nnd dearest
TnB OrENING OP CONGnUSS
THE NEW MEM11EHH AND OLD
THE CHIEF JUSTIOKSnil' THE
SALAKY OKAH 1NVESTIOA
TION. Trnt oit.kimo or cwnoniss.
Vahhinoton, Docombor 1. The opon
ing of congress is qulto un ovonthcro; it
sooms incumbent upon (ho ladies to put
in nn appearnneo on this occasion, evon if
thoy6hould not again viilt tho capital
during tho session. Tho day yesterday
was. (lull nnd throatonod rain, but tho
avonuo Pennsylvania wia nliro with
people, as uarly ni 10 o'clock, wending
thpir way to tho halls whoreln tho wisdom
of tho nation wai soon, to 'conveno ,.in
council or, as I heard an old member ro
mark, "put tho machine in running or
nor," which was comincneol at 111 o'clock.
1 mod not descant on tho boauty of the
fair ones who occupied tlio gallories,
which woro crowded to suffocation,
T11K MKW MKlIIir.IiH
worocosly in their seats tlio novolty of
inolr now position boing equal to Hub's
first long now boots or His' crying doll;
their lady friends wero in that portion of
tho gnllcrio) nselgncd to thq use of the
families of souators and members, looking
down with unfeigned prido and pleasure
upon ombryo Wobsters or Clays. Kn-
yassent, n mombor of congross is no doubt
a mogul at homo and his wifa tho envy of
all tho tho neighbors wives, but horo ox
copt they aro a power with tho president
or somo department, und can control nut
tersthey don't count, and that fact they
vory soon rcall.o.
TUB OLU MKUIlKr.l
dropped in about 11 o'clock and a gn-
oral hand shaklnc took place. Sam. J.
Uandall looked vory llko u pro-
fosior In a thcolo;ieal semin
ary. Tho speaker lllaino looked
happy and smilod accordingly. Eldridgo
was scdato and self.satlstlod. .Maynard
was, If possible, morij gloomy, and satur
nln'o' than ovor. rcrn'nndo Wooi. as has
boon written by cortc. pendents, year nf-
tcr yoar, was straight ns an arrow, anil his
mouslacho whito and bristling as ovor.
Judge Dolman seomud n trillo norrous, no
doubt on account of tho tiir ho had with
Eldridgo and others In tho Domocratio
caucus whon ho doeirod bis resolution de
nouncing the back pay adopted. Judgo
Poland was brilliant as usual in bluo swat-
low tall coat, brsss buttons, immaculato
linen nnd whito leg of mutton whiskers.
The genial Sunset Cox was all himself,
but was somowhat aunoyud, apparently
whon llolmun nominated him for Snoakor.
though Kornaudo Wood was the caucus
nominee, hut which honor Burnet de
clined, causing a bura to run through tho
Houso. Marshall, of Illinois, and llcok,
of Kentucky, looked woll, and secmod lika
war lionet, "imelllog tho battlo from
afar.'' The ontranco of Aloxandor H.
Stephens was n noticoablo event. Ho Is
qulto omaclatod and feoblo, requring tho
aid of crutches and nssistenco to movo
about. His hair Is white; bis faco is more
liko tho dead than tho living, but his oyes
still glow with their wonted fires, Tho
giant mind, tho cultivated intellect and
scholarly acquirements of tho statesman,
burning bright m over, nro wrapped In a
mantlo so frail (bat, it peems asir a breath
of air would topple it Into ihe grave, lit
THK CUiJj-Ly ISUliJLViijL'lfl, SATURDAY, DEOElVUMflK ij, l'3.
was assigned by common'con(fntnsealili- "y A Q OT"VrrirpT"AJ 'on, Ohlrf! Ilarrl.i6n Hyde; Speor, Liunnr
rectly lnfrontefthHptnli.orlihtushopn )Xa Ls. U.V' aST t. -j
ivoe.,i,nt Tf&m&w rrchnfc
A..ltA lf...nnf.J.Mlii nlbfu. iMfll.alna nn I itllllLl. M 1 .1 1 11 If S 1 1 1 ' A I I IS if Vi WSV 1'. ... T. I ? T U -SI .: .' L... I
raof Justice to foaccHori.ffom whence ft? ' S - f A r-rf fl nd Woai.mw York. hWt
nnd nbout ns usual, nnd roomed faded
somewbnt. His gubernatorial exporienco
was notploasaut, ami llion.,liin haying, to
swallow tho back pay don ou account
nf tiw nrlinilt. 1. ,! .ftnltitl It ilfiAl iml
' won on ins inuigonmn ?ior i; is; wcnj
known that I), T. 11, .might, yell, er.elaim
with Hotspur, somawhat altered from
roach wllli both hands at once." When
seals wero drawn Ilunny was forced to go
over to tho Democratic sldo of tho Homo
which caused consldorabloamusomont nnd
laughter. Ho aftorwnrds got a soat to tho
left of tli o Speakor almost out of sight,
but any whero from out ntnypflilheyDernq-
crats was ins motto.
Hen Ilutler propoies new rulo with re
gard to committees of investigations that
of referring proposed Investigations to
tho appropriate .'plindliifcram'Mtt (iff
.investigations., iiy'uus ruj. iiiorq-womji
yBiflwerkpajiosxvi orU)ry,'iiv(tW .'
Credit Jdobilier, exposoil, nnd for this rea-
son soma such rulo will be favored by tho
corruptlonista. Tho veto on this question
will bo Interesting.
Tllit RAI.AKY UKAU.
Mr Hule, of Maine, to-lay Trill offrr-ft-
hill ta r.ipeal tho cilery grab. Ho Is in a
hurry in ordor lo bo in ndvnnco of his
party caucus on tho question. This mat
ter Inn party point of view is Important;
thn Ttadicnl locdors nrq dolcrniinijd If pp.
slblo to got' out ''of tho ' unp'op-
ular.mcfsm quickly as. thev cda) The'
Domocrata will havo ..txi mpI'W
thonisolvca clean on tlio record against It
or suffer tho coiisequoncos.
tub climax cArrnn.
Hon. Grant has during tlio past four
years dono many things thnt wero scan
dalousreflecting di!grao and slmmo
upon himself nnd his administration, but
tho sum and total of thoin and thoy nro
many would not nil tho mcasuro of out-
rago nnd wrong that ho has poipotrntod
by the appointment of a fourth. rati 'law
yer and trading politician, Attorney.Gon
oral Goo. H. Williams, to tho highest civil
ofllco in his gift, thnt ofchiet; justice of
tho supromo court of the United 'rftalcc
That tho seat occupied by Marshall,
Taney and CIiojo should bo filled, by ono
llko Mr. Williams will cnuso regret ih'tlo
heart of nvory good citizen. It caps tho
climax of tho degradation that wo, as n
nation, havo iindVrgono in tbo, part four
yoars. Whon tho nppolntmout'ls nion
tionod hero llopubllcans ns woll as Con
servatives shrug their shouldora Iri con
tempt of tho instill to tho American peo
ple. Wo havo drank tho cup of humilia
tion to tho dregs, thorp., is no fur(Jior In
dignity In store for',; ,-, wo'tcaonot fall
much lowor.'' This 'last Indignity beats
Uon. '.lHalr's picture of n man on liorso-
back. Of ono thing rest assured Gen.
Grant had a motlvo in making such an
unfit nppolntmont ; who will colvo tho
problam 7 Tho thing Is dono boyqnd
questton ; of course a subservient sunato
will confirm tho nomination. So wo co.
In tho ton a to, Sumuor of courso lugged
In his civil rights bill, which canted n
smllo nll ovor tbo galleries. Is3umnor
should dio tho words 'fvTrtKVild
no doubt, bo found graven on his heart.
Colliding, tho senatu bosn, declined tho
chiet justiceship .if tho supromii court in
order to bettor manlpulata for tho presi
dency"", bird in hand," Egico, you
Reported bxprcssly for the Bulletin,
From Noav York.
Ni:w Yoiirc, l)f comber 0. A Waahlnc-
ton f jtdCir.l says it is expected that tlio "on-
tiro sum lor tua payment u wccuiubcr
pensions, will bo taken from tlioUgal ton-
Tho tomnnrnuco men iu council horo,
ondorso tho propositipn forin'iUioual con
mission, to bo authorl.od by c'onirrom, to
Investlirato and report on tun meoiioiic
liquor trnlllc, and tlio rosults of prohibits
lion nnd othor legislation for tho suppres
sion of intumperanco; and request soua
tors una reprtmoatativos 10 givo ino mens
uru, cjirly hua i&Yorutu.cpsmortuiou
Advices fmr.i'Uavano,' oaututi a dopros-'
slon in tho stock oxchaiiKO oarly in thn
dav. and an advnnco in cold. Lntor tharo
was n recover v in shnrc nnd speculation,
owing to nu iucroaso of nearly 0,000,000
legal tenders in the bank.
. , a, tyiNtwi , , ; .
dispatch says Havana news has cai?sed,n
depression iu Ainorican ftOcurltlusT
HTUUCK WITH 1-AUAtYSIS.
IIostok, Decombor 0, Tho Hon. Geo.
Hlllard was strlokcn with juiralyiis this
ovonltig at his rosldonco. His jiliynlclun
thlnka ho will rccovor.
Tho Congregationnllst this wook baa a
full rovlow of tho lleecher controversy,
and says thoro is no such Congregational
Ism as lleecher dreams of, and beratos him
for littering cloquont rubbish .about Inde
pendence. $ f, V 1 '-
; l-AVKftltNa 0i Otlri'IM,
Tho Henry Hasting, a nlippor-ship of
1,100 tons, consigned for tho Cninn trade,
was launched at Medford to-day. Isaac
Taylord's now clippor-shlp of 1,220 tous
launched at (uinuy. Las Lon uhuuxI tbo
"Gnnlnphant." ' ' ' '
IIOAHI) OF KUUUATIOa.
IUDifliroi.if, December t Tho stae
board of oducatipn is in session, The
main objeot Is to tueko the leading high
schools in tho statu adjuncts to tho sutu
university, and so preparing tho pupils of
tho 'ormor thnt thoy ran bo admitted to
the latter upon graduato certificates, and
will pass examination.
Oh as: Schmidt, a-Qarman laloror com
mitted lulcidf, ly nldijjliltaaalfjaljl
laiBnouirr.-ami i vroui.e,r m
both Ihiilircfcnlly- ayo and
'I'll E SPANISH GOYEUXSfllNT TI.V-
m IN CUBA,
DEIjAY IN THE DEIjIYEUY OI' THE
THE U. H. JJOYr.P.NMr.VT TTIIiT,
I'jMKir.r.ni.toN or the
APi'oiNTMEyr or standing com
Mmi:i:s. . i
A BATCH OI' DISPATCHES OKJUNOU
Special Dispatch to the Caip.o Uulixtin
callors at tho White houro to-ilay, and in
their mtervinws with tlio president our
Spanish relations were prominent among
tho subjects of comment, it has boon said
that Spain will probably, If it bn found
impossible fur thn IVlolIar government
to nf"reo Its ofiielnl iler rees upon Its aub-
jucts In Cuba, makes rlHi'lal ndmliMcn of
llm fact that he authorities aro powerless
to olmy tho will of tho Spanish republic,
that rfvolutioa extsls Oero, and that
tlwUnUfch' Stains 'sWl 'IfaVn tho conntc
Mnct.pf, Sifr.in ,pi seiriegitlfo'iVirgliiiiis
in the barbor of Havana. No ono In
any qi'irfdr iMrtkU'lhis" goMrnWn't will
r.ccKOR in tub aLiaiivjrsT DrniiCR.
From its position docide't upon by tho
cabinet, nnd accepted by Spain.
Till'. SKtT.BTART OF TJjl(YY)
Is in daily confurnnco with1 Vio bureau .of
ficers, nnd tho system of operations' in
caso of iibspju'.ijecoskl'.y- for striking n
docitivn Mof,'fs'wlhoul 'doubt tlollnitiily
( . ( HAVANA KRWH,
piiblislcil tlils Tbrenoon occasions vjry
great Intorett among tho cslilnot ollicyrj.
llowovorj thoy linvo no Important news to
qornpiunjcatc. Thero was n full nttond
mice at tho
l-AWKKT MV.KTINO TO-DIT,
which held a prolonged sCHion. Many
speculations exist ns to tho result of tho
dolay In tho dolivory of tho Virginius by
tlio Spanish authorities in Havana, and tlio.
opinion is nx pressed that Spain will )o
unnblo to enforco its orders.
UOCHK STAKUINfl COMMlTtKC-i.
Speaker lllaiin iinnounced tho standing
commiltnos at l'J o'clock. Dawes retains
Wheeler, Commorcoj Packer, Vost-ofUces
and l'ost Itoadsj John T. Avoroil), Indian
Airairs ; Hrilo of Now York, District of
Columbia; Gen. liu tier, Judicary; Bee
field, Naval Afl'oirs; Orth, Fnrelgn Af.
fairs; ; 'Mynroa,, Education and Labor;
Conger,' Patents; and Kollogg, Inform in
Tlierojs no excitement In nny quarter
conccrnuig tho Virgimus question, ul-
thnni'h pntnn niirlisjitr is itvtirAti.il . li
learn, tho nctualvCondU)on.ot -(.iralr's nt
'tt..;.r...' tm.:.umJ:.A.. .St.. n..ii.f...i.i
from tho public for prudential considera
tions. Tlio cabinet to-duy talked over tlio
.situation, but nothing was dono to chango
tho position of affaire. Tho delay in de
livorini: tbo VirRiniuF. occasions much
disappointment. Tho umbarrassmonts.
mat currounu mo uomo govornuiont aro
duly appreciated and thoreforo without
lorrnol prolongation of timo, tbo ndminls
trutinn will not wait until dolivory can
bn ellucted Inn way that will givo least
olivine to tho Hpnuuli president. It is ba-
'Jievfcd whethasi MroadY'.pcerriMds, pri
L. J-Lm.-i , i ...
agreed' belwooh fiecrttafyJFlsh'nnl' Ad
miral Palo, that the Virgiiilus should bo
surrendered at tbo Port of Havana,
but that vejiol hhouhl bo taken from
harbor and convoyed boyond Its jurisdic
tion and thon delivered to such United
States vessel ns might bo sont to receive
it. 'Preparations uro Iiolng mado to givo
timely notice oi tno translor. It is con
sidered that this course would i:ivo lots
occasion for ofTentothan if one or moro of
our ships should go directly to Havana for
that purpose Our government loaves to
Spain the fulfilment, ol' Its obligation, but
If this allrtifdr pfbvo impracticable, the
facts will bo reportod to Congress for Its
NOT SO HOPEFUL.
Tho diplomatic branch of tlio covorn-
ment is not so hopeful now ns It was bov
nrnl days ago of lio ability of LJpaii ti
ttr'ry'ont'iUdflri'.rTTho iugsion o
mar bo 'fleiirerca to n tnmi party to
await tho adjustment, does not at
present moot with any official favor. A
stntoniont was published to-day that thoru
was not ono Unitod States naval
vojsol at Havana yostorday is accounUd
lor by .tho fact that II was nipart of tho,
z..lt.....Vs-,' U.i ...... l.-i.u ..i
ni rail lill(7ll b livhv.uuu tviv.ai . tcu II1IU
tbij Spaniel ministgr. tljat thoro shoiiM bn'
'mi dIio'w of ni6na'co whatovcr on our' part,
which could not;f(l.jlh IpCroaso, tjip. ox-
citomeut ni navnna anu oisnwuoro in
Cuba whllu tho plan was in
temlad to bo oflectod yesterday
In tho quickest manner possible. In
quiries huvo boon mado nt tho Nnvy Dc-
piirimuni coiicerning me slimmer jiuisub,
-whicli sailed for Santiago do Cuba about
tho niidula or last montii. Hot tlio
slightest uneasiness is tolt by old naval of
ficers regarding that vessel.
VWA'HtimuTOjr.'fi iWainrToV fi. (In mo
tl on of Wr.-DawtsjitfiS SoiraU billl)
yestoruay lor iiioreuomptLnn oi
of 11(158 wan taken up an" oxpl
advocated by Dawes, Aftor discussion,
tbo bill was rvforrod to tho Oommittco on
-G. F.'nrbtTered'- resolution direct
ing tho Secretary of tho Navy to commu
nlcnto to tho Houso tlio facts tending to
show what legal or equitable claims the
owners, ofllco's or crow ot mo Tigress, or
any other, inrsua, may have on' the United
Blatoi for arsistaiico rondorod tlio olljcors
and ore of tho I'olarla. Adopted,'
Mr. Ealney offered n resolution to nhol
Ish the otlles of Conittilssloricr of lrosd-
mon's A Qui is. ilnforrcd
Tho epeakor then announcod tho stand-
ing committees of tho Houso us follows;
Corumilta on .Elections iSmillij New
X?rk ; yiiburib'iltlh Carprtii'iiiUaraU
ton, Todd, Pennsylvania; Piko, llobin-
5 JTj TitK cuX-)U)trio!T
luombsrt of Cnr54s w.rfl7 atiu
tho chairmanship of tho Ways and Means
oommiiteftj Jljirlleldof fto,'ppropriii
tlons"; 'jilliynarll, DankTng nnd" Currency ;
:v.Uif,Approj(ntion UarlleUl, JIiilf
WheoleT. O'Moill, Slatkwnalhor, 'iVugb-btldie,-
Tynor, JV.rf,tr, Missouri; Mar
I'ulllo Jand Towhson.il, Jiunnell.
Orth; Jthndy, M6rny,. Hi. John, PlillllrW
llradley, Ilnrford, llerndnn and Clymrrr.
, Wnr.CIfilms liawronce, of Ohio, Ha
.wllJiiiCijW, Kellogg, of Connoelicut,
Wood, ilcuddor, Smith, of Pfiiinoylvnnla,
Wilson, of 1 wn, Holmnn, Harris anil
l'ost Offices nnd PoH ll'iails Pnclfof,1
Stowoll, piatnt Now Jlampshlro ; Win,
Page, Dsn Tor lb; CobB, Cannon, JUmlall,
Head and Atkins
On Manufaolures Farorroll, Unxt
thorne, VIery, llanuur, i'iolil,- Whitley,
ASoodworlh, Waddle, llowcn, and lHoiint.
On Agticultiiroj-HavK. Lamport, 11 mel
ton, llcgalo, WllsVlri, or Town, liny, Ko,
of ConticcticutJ.Davli, Virginia; .Hatcher
and McLean, of Tuxas.
On Indian Atraiis Avorill, Low, Ilut
ler. of Tennessee: ilalnv. Richmond. Me-
Nulla,, LawioiHnrrIs, of Man-nehusoltsj'
ivunnif, v.uining huh inuuing.
On Military Affairs Ca'oman, Donnnn,
Hawley, Illinois; Hnwloy, Connreticut,
Ouncksl, Albright, MbDougalll Thorn
burg, Ncs,iujlli young nnd Hun
ton, On MUltlaHutlor, of Tcnnes6eo; Ha",
zolton, Snyder, ito.'s, Crouo, Elllolt,
Walls, Storm, Stores, Horford ami
Cook. . ,i
On District of Columbia Hale. New
York,; Homer, Cotton, Elco, Unrobi",
Clak; 3,'nlhnm, rliolUirt, Eldridgo, llar
faum and Lach.'" "
On Judielaryt Ilutler, Mosinehusclts;
Wllon, Poland, Trninalnn. Pry. Cessna,
AV,hlto,Ward, E!d;iJge,.J'ott)r, Wi(ow'
.York, ami JowdttJ ! '
un J'uiui'' Kxpendituros Jlnvon,
Whltolv. Elchmond, 1'iho, AVIlbir,
Smith, Molllgole, Hynco, Clark, Dobbins
Prlvnto Land Claims Myers, Penn
sylvania; b'a'nr,. Ccssnn, ilorrio, Pr.itt;
Iowa Prwdle, 1'rt-omnn, Uright, Tnvlor,
Ohio; DnWitt nod Iluckner.
On . Naval Affairs Kcollald, Goch,
Hays, Piatt, Virginia; Packard. Scudder,
ilarlelgh, Ilarnum, Aroher, Whithomo
, On. Pprflgn Affair Ortli.. Myor?,
I'Unnsylvaniit; Willnrd,- E. It. Hoar
Clark. Ward, Albert Miliums, Wlscon
sin; Kobinson, Illinois; Cox, Jtruntilatr,
.Milveo, .Mississippi; Curtlii. Williams,
Indiana; Havens, llaiklns, Grouse. Foot,
Hynnrs, Schumacn6r, New York ; Brown,
Kentucky: Mills nnd Hancock.
On Hanking and Ourroncy Maynard,
Farwoll, Morrimnuj Uawlny of Connecti
cut; Hunter, Pholp, Hublmll, Nile,
llandall, .Mitchell, Durham nnd and Po
On Eailroads Sawyer, Syphor, Klllln
ger, HotiKhton, Crocker, Wllliard, Cor
wm, McUlll, of Iowa; Wolls, of Mis
souri ; ilarniim, Staudford, Creamer r.od
On Claims Hiwley, of Illinois; Shov
makor, Lansing, Dunnell, of Mlnnnota.
Smith of Ohio, Hurrows, Howo, E. P..
Eolwrts nnd Ed. T. Hamilton. ' '.'
On Commerce; Wheeler, Sawyer, 'Con
ger, Hooper, Nrglny, Stnnnard,-Parsons,
Clayton, Holmnn, Hrombnrg, end Willis.
On' Bovolutinnary Donslons Shco
mnkor. Pennsvivania: Lnnsinir, Uprucue,
AVilllann, Michigan ; Smith Louiiiana;
Oretchflold, Bland. Caldwell, Vanco and
, On Invalid Pension Kuk, VHllace,
llarayIc.Tankon, Millinh, Martin, Smith,
Tenor, .oung, Jventucky; unltenaon
On Jtailwava and Canals McCroory,
Iowa: G. V. Hoar, Hurlburt, Boss. Shor-
wood, liiwls, Tonnojseo; Tuylor, Smith,
"V'lrglhla; Arthur, "Wolf nnd StoW
'OnMinos r.nd .Mining Lowo, Ni'gly,
Iiullington, iiutlr, Jlubljoll,. Pace, Mioctr,
Finch, Kendall, Southard nnd Harris,
On Froclmon's Afiiilrs Ooff, Minne
sota; Balnoy, Townsond, Cotton, Moroy,
JSarbor, Tonor, tjomingj, j-.den nnu Ad
ams. . -
On Education and Labor Monrson, G.
, Hoar, Elliott, Itirrell. Field, Co6k,
.McDill, it-ipler. Storm, WblttJiead mid
On Kovision of Liws Pollard. E. E.
Hoar, Laiyrcnce. D119II, Barber, I'endle-
v n, :wooro, uesBna, jnuiana; rnepuens,
Kendall and Knapp.
Un Uolnagn,. Weights and Jlnasuroj
Hooper, Ilouirhton, , Monroo, Besoner,
Vlllinrd. Michigan Caylar, Itidlann;
Sirait, .Mill, Uerrv, Bdlla and Aslw.
On Patents Limes, Smart, OloracnW,
Crltehflald, J)obblns, Taylor, Indiana;
Smith, Nbrlh Carolina'; Hlo, Pnrker,
Nor Uampshlro; nnd Mogoo.
On Public Buildings and Grounds
l'latt. Virginia t Soaiiniic. Jvnlllni'cr.
tlprngufIlersey, l'iorco, Min'HchusiiTts;
liowiidca, atroet, Wells, rorry una .M sil
icon. On Beform nnd Civil Sorvlco Kellogir,
C'onncctieut; Willard, Vermont; Wood,
fjjril, tjUnuls, InrlLut, l)utor, -lassntjhu-sells;
Strawbrldgo, Willard, Mlchlgan j
Taylor, Ohio ; Luttroll and AVhltohouse,
On Miloigo llundy, Forry, Buy, of
North Carolina,; Smith, nnd ...Parker, of
On Accounts HulUngtqn Sawyer,
Haskins, Wallace, and Archer.
On Expenditures of Stato Department
Askard, Cobb, Knrjqn, St. John, Mor
rison, and Jamison.
On Expondituros In Treasury Depart
ment Kypnor. anyaor, i'liiinps, hnonma
ker, of Now York: nnd Southard.
On Fxponditurn in War Department
Williams, of Indium; Lamport. Utirtu,
Ilrlcht. nnd Giddlns. " - .
On Expiindlturos In Navy Department
aiciutikcn, Jiurrow wnus, .iiagco, linn
On Expenditurfs trfl'ost Ofllco Depart
ment Barry, Todd, MpTish, AV'hitohouso,
On Exnondlturcs In thn Interior Ho-
partmont Orth, AYoridworth, Lynch,
llobinsnn nnd Bevels.
TOn Exncndllurot on I'ubllc Bulhlhiaa1-
Duoll, Cessna, Mirth; Ohio; Pratt, Ohio;
and McLean; . : '
On, Common Bulcs Tho Hi;gakortMay-
naru, uarneiu, V)x,.anu nanjiuu.
On Printinir Dohari. Halo a.id Wad-
On Llbrury Fryo, Monroo nqd
Clvrner. ' 1 . ;
On Enrolled Bills Dorroll, Pct)?jct,oh,,
Harris. Jr. .. ' ,..
Hmnililon of New Jersey, al('d leavu
to offer a resolution Instructing tho com
mlttoq on Ways nniLMoana toiinqulrp into
Iho'ovpndioncy'of repuVting bills to 'ntlol'-
Ish tho d u ty outcoaj. , A u j ou r n on .
Madibos, Wlecontln, Dwotuber B
The comploxlouof tho'lncomlng'stnto ad
ministration is nutiroljMinshtljtctoryta
tho putrid reminiscence of thfs-clty. Those
of that clasa who expected fat ofllciif, up
poar entirely chnli-fallon slncii tlio sisfon
recently hejd In th,ia. (,'jty 'if tlio ollicurs
elected 0(1 tha Befornu .or People's ticket.
This putrid cas has just learned thut thq
recent victory in our stato has' brought 110
gain to thorn. Several notable; porsoni
from different portions of the stuto urf In
town, cud many eonjoctures hit to botii
mad a as. to what measure brongbt Hero,
Col. Calkins, latoof tho'Mllwauke.eNows,
has been' In tlio' city thn past tWo. days,
aqd Tumor 1ms it. that li6,is in senrcb of a
position editor. It,(s.saUl t)iat tho .Col
onel would, JUko to esUblisU hlmsolf nt tho'
-.osusouiconsiuiinioiii'iiiriinftsia in una
'ni. i.I.,ji...i'(...(jI.i.- Rv.i 11
ifliw HchIfeanjir- Vrorks" worn
rrrtratn., hnd'thelwlinldroof blown oil.
Mixly fnot olf'lron -roofing on tho Centrnl
lr lit depot was blown into tho rlvor.
bt:m. niKv no in thK ihtoii.
Cincinkati, December f. Oil 1 HW
Flllshurc. Fort Whviio nrnl (llilosWr'n I.
road, ytenlay morning, noirl'lyrnotith,
Indhn In? locoiqotlyo ,of a passenger
viiuii niruuKJii miiiin rpa anil TVMtnro'vn
011 nnu wrecaeu lot
togetbor with four bfiir-
-No ono hurt. ' '
From lUciii phis.
tlVIU'Elinn BKMT 'TO jilt. "
MKiirnnv DscnciMri f. Grace who
murdered A. W. Taylor last night, was"
sent; t.i jail tivilhyj th nwnjl tho.'nuloti.Qf
IV.o granJ jury,'
ItMfiw VullcYM thftf'thn dtfrtlc.v
tlonwif AohhM, iolwrd. lbo abscond
rlmeh rVhundrriit thousi.nil
Hoard 01 In ew
Thero .was .n light fall of snow hero
tills nldrtiliig. 11 ' '
j ; ;, Ay furiKIOM..
Philadelphia, Dneombnr 5 In tbo
Huonrivr pnuf t to
lily Juduo Atrnow do
liverc.l an iilni"M inrwbichull tho !udi:es
m. y, n.i . ll'U '-ItJUblUll I 'Mil-
Dlluinarrs appoipted by tljrt.eonstitullonal
convention (rum acting. Tbo duotslon is
to the oil 'ct thit thri ConsUtutlorial con
volition had not tbo power which It had
fitlemptijl,ta nssirl, and. that It; had (lean
guilty ht del, of nttcmptcd usurpation of
auiniTi-y in sailing anuo tlio nlctlon
system preeribe.l Tr this city, and inau-
cura;ir,L' r. nnw ono un'tfr wiilcti tiin)Iff -
tjop i'ir,tiq nilopljon or, ejtiotian tbo
cp'n'j(Htton should ho condurtui;
PiTTamrno, December C. lUvnr 13
VlCKMiUHe, December" Down: 11,
E. Lw. Up: Hollo I-0 and Fuluro City.
Weather cool. Bivor risiiiff.
Ciki'ikvati, 'December " Blvcr in
f'-et '1 irii hot and fa'.lili". An los dolmrlod
for Vi'Iii-Iii g, Wnathor growing colder,
Nkw Oki.xa.vk, Decomlxir C. Arrivod
'"Iioiiii-kIm IMan, Cincinnati. Departed
Jno. Maud, Memphis. Cloudy ncd
NAnvtLt.K, peeombor 0. Bivor still
rising; fifteen feet ten inches on tboshouls.
Arrived Arch P. tlrcen from tho Upjier
Cumberland. Woathnr clar and cold.
MKUrmi, December fi. Weather cold
nnd cloudy, Blver rising steadily. Do
parted: St. Joo, St. Louin Indianu,
Louisville; Judgo Baker, N'eW Oibons;
Nr.thvillr, Arkansas river.
Sr. Touih,' December &. Arrived :
Julin, Vichsburg; City of Quir.i-y, Now
Orleans. Ofpnartod : Eello Memphis
and John F. Tolle, New Orleans Hirer
riton 2 fott nnd still swcllinc Wcsthor
cloudy nnd moderating. Light snow last
KvitAxevii.i.n, DecembT fl. Snowed
halt nn inch InU nlglit, Woiillmr pnrtly
clear to-day. Mercury !i" to Xi. Itlvor
r.san :J foot. Up: Fayolte, 9 a.m.,
(uickitop and John JUIpour, 0 p.m.
Down: Tnrascon, !5 p.m ; Mary Amont,
t p in.: J. D. Parker, 5 and Charmer, 7;
ironornlly with fair trips. Buslnops lively
this ovoning. Biycr 32J feet abovo low
water of 1807.
MoifiiiH, Decombpr r. Flour dull
Corn maul dull and declined; 3 30. Corn
dull and lower; C2o nkod. Oats scarce
and firm. Hav dull; 17 0'iJt 00. Ilran
heavy; 17 00 1 7 f0. Bulk meat quiut
and unchanged ; dressod hogs firm nt i" 0
( (10. Lard quiet and uitclinng',d. Po
talons In fair demand nnd advanced ; 2 30
3 00. '
Sr. Louis, Deeembor fi. Flour in good
demund for lower grades at unchanged
prlce. W heat ltnclmngod;' No. '2 spring
1 0f.',l CO; No. 3 red fall 1 80(;i)l No.
'i 1 fi7(.il GO. Corn firmer; pld of all
grades scarce nnd wanted; No. 2 mfsed 47
(.ylBc; tar lots -ICJo. OaU dull and lower,
No. U imxoJ .17(je. JJarl'iy steady and
firm. Kyo flrmor; No. J 7R7iv7hc. Pork
unchangod at lS(;'ll3Jc. Dry halt meats
stronir, 'holders tlim hut not much dolim;
shoulders fil51c; clear rib CJCjc; clear
N p.w Oni.iiA.fK, Hoi'embor.-T'loiir quiet;
tieblii i5 h'Wtl &0; family fcB fiO. Corn
supply light; nllxcd und whito 7-tfij7fic.
(tats supply good demand Iqsht.j f3(u)tfic.
Bran dull. Hay qufot; primo' 1:1, cUoico
25. Porl: easier J 1'fiO Dry talt moats
nona In first hand. Shoulders, nominal
CJc. Bacon dull, toHu. Clear rib lie,
Oliideo harus in ilamand; oil lfJe; miw
18rt)Ma. Jiard dull; tierco- 8f(!ljc; Leg
PC")'JJc Sugar dull and drooping; in
forior Jiairlc; primo to choice' TjM'Uc;
Molasses demand good; inferior HCc: jirimo
ti'oriolC3'0!eJ)5Gc.' Whiskey quiet; Loin
iiiana!)!:; Cincinnati 1 ui. .;oueo
l!3J'i. Corn meal much firmer and quoted
ut it 2fi.
Cjiioaoo,' Dacembor 5. .Flour quiet.
Wheat steady, No I spring 1 10(31 10J,
No 3 107 cash" or Docomber, 1 0j Janu.
ury, No 3 1 01(3)1 02j. Corn, demand
active and advanced No 2 mixed 47J cash
r, Dccembor,'(17Vj; January, now No 2
mixed sold at 43c cash. O.U6 in fair de
mand and advanced, No, 2 IGJi ,:sh or
January; whito 37Jc. Kvn cAroo und firm
No'J 7:lj(J)7te. Barley "dull and docllnod'
ilfo 2 fall l 45, Kfi ft 0r.f7Tt 00. Pork
M AOCiilt 45 Fobrur-ry. Lard demand
actlvo nnd ndvancod 7 C5 spot, ft 00 Jan
uary. Bu)k iqcats iu good demand, and
held higher, salpi of; shoulders 10 days
en raJl 4jc, Iggio. llwtf rib January ,0Jc,
imoked groan ahouldors steady at ic,
sides flrmor sHort rib CJe, short clonr CJc,
hams CAKiSo for 15 and 1!0 lbs nvoiago.
If xivyonv, Decomlior 5; Flour mod
orato inquiry; suporfliio 'Westorn 0 fiO-
7 110; clioiico tl yufirti fVi. wmio wuoai
r, fi0f?y 25. "Whiskey dull, 93o. Wheat
dull strongly In buyers favor; Iowusprng
1 4fil 40; No U Chicago 1 45fS)l 415 J.
Byo dull. Barley lens nctivu. Corn good
demand and -highor; Western mixed in
storo 73c; nlloat 7Co. Oats dull; Western
rnlied a'float'Bac;' white YVostdrn U(t1c;
in srbro fifi-. Cofl'oo oxcitod and higher.
Sugar , qulot.- MpTiisfcs qtiieti nnd-itin-changod.
" Pork qhiot nndMlrmor;' hew
mors snot IC; January 15 .17; February
lfT'CO; rarchlfi 7(1.' Beef steady; extra
mess .11! 110012,60;.- Cat -moats 1 quiet.'
l'rt'clu.liams... qjjo JJocumbjor., Shoulders
11c. Middles firmer. Lurd firmer;
WeslcrniHeamor ojiot'r0;' Dijonber 0c;
Jantiaryjcj. . 5
OlNOtNATl. .. .Doerimber, fi -Flnur
ttcaTy lit JVllrfirm at 1 45
f0l 47. Corn fteadj-j car. old, 6051c;
aliollod dOo i-nowoar). 4$m. Byn firm ;
m. Ortta llrmer; jlitijC;. Barloyrm;
fall 1 SPrto. Grocurlcs firm. Eggs In
fair demand aniHUghCf ;'2ao. Biltturaiid
JJ4 50 00 tha spot and Docetflber specula-
tiro demand, Lard In kooiI demand:
Wdtlo PffWlc ! nrlmo fully held HlfMHlo.
sttam otrong, sales at 7Jo spee.iilatlvii do-
in nnu. jiuik meats lirui; sales siioiiiiiers
rJc! hold at 53a nt -ho closo and in kooiI
demand nt Co March with no offerings;
clear rib. salos at Cje; sides at 8c March;
clear ildos nt 10. Bacon slmublnM
nearcoat Ojc; sides quiet; clear rib gen
erally held at ! ulnar 8c all now meat.
Hogs firm at l f0t7i)!i J5; receipts, 2,100 ;
shipmontf, ICS. Green meats fituij sales
of shniihloM at r.pyijc; clear rib Gc
rWar .J'tV'" B'a.'ft rlifteon and
thirteen pbuniM nYorago. ' 'Wnfsky steady
rrpr is hot TiRtriE
11 NTIt.I, I.1VIHU AXIS IN !A!RO
U 1 lili qflico and djspensary at
"no, 22 uidmu stjibkt,
I'.eti CoytmcTilal and Wushiiigtou avenues
It Nlrue, tho ilont'ir ls..iui' of tho olilrnt
jihyclelaiisof thn place, and his diploma,
thut limlgH Hi his ollico, shows tliat hu has
been :i yearn fu tho pretention, llo lr doing
n larger oifloo iirnetloe than tiny other phy
slel.iii, treating nil kinds of chronic discaiuii
91 thn Imiiiiiisrstami iUdi us od hlqorx, and
all IIchi-ch of Uir ckln,. humors and blooil
polions; aldo ilUnne,i of the throat; alxo
all ili-naneHot Ihu ayei of years stumllng:
also iivtlllctal ejcH insrrtod; fistula cured
Without tho uo ofa null? ; choirs eureil
hytbti application nC mnilii'Jnrui; plmiiles 1111
Hie fnei! removed! all iiilnary. dlncapus
riireil ; all form, uf yfnoreill and prlvnto
J.i'UHeeuruil in thn Mini tent time; neuilu
weakness ruul i-elf-abuse cured In n thor
it Isself-evldontthata physician treating
ciixtsfor twciity-tno yuurs acquires great
All consultations cotifidenllcal. fu person
All lliodlulura urul'hfil at office In alt
e-icea. IV-2.1 tf.l
Dr.. Divlii IlL'l.Tr.
-vn, 'riwi 'rtitwjiJtJ, ifii-i fi rtiwi hiii
wimp fti -Jrs', uv rr ir-t id Mivtjii, ii9wn
'nrowt'lM iB iTt, ftirm Jnn wij, --j-iii tt
llOAialo..'iii rq qirAiJif tiiS Vuisitj-li
ao Knni sin C3a.l3 aiikii'.viois ooouiiva
ASOir O tln'Ol 'iltOltf USUIVJRf 'IMI.OOlt
otKOisn'SAV 'jjv am un f;3i'tm.i'edt.wnuit
tofyyyli -,Ttj ilfljo l"THiJlp iMl tloilj
'111) rw drrfW'M 'XlYMHiIJ't )ji
"It i 'C fill Jo ititspxtg maiott)i jtovi pyjj
?I!!ET! YEARS mm)
larrhwa, Drtrularr, Clml'ra Msrtiu,, Sum.
mer I utnlalDli Slut, Clilldrrli , TrrUi
ng, ulid tha rircnl I'rrtcnllre of
MA&UIJIS'S BEKNE PLAKT.
TtU ajuvrtJIKT n4kl. Ut fan .f kib li irt
iiraiiean t arm m rn t. i ui rvisirv. 1 m mmaAmmtjim iMkAiuj sl
nnrfaswr ttfmat at WsiMkIuki I'm . ria llan UrrB
ft-o. fUissaun arU iikifi lbs ! . VuLs J
r oa v j svss) 1 vssriMsi V"GUs"Bi ' d napsain aui
. atms. atfta BDtllfltia ksa strk sax fctrrutil atUo . w
Icsla. m1 nar s?Utr Jltsu rst'. fr kWt llxrv ( t
r . i mn- sj raiisa hj iwx. nata lt oruiiuti i
rt . cnrnti-- nr uiivfl inn twona Hit, ei. LOUl
a knr. ITU n 1 1 7 j r j ti lr iirri
rii4 mui rin it w , rw wrm run dii niTiMfii. ir
rtaufafl 14 iKitsnfiAlil mimotl'i. wilt rtM-lrrf h
iitiiaa n iuauuutftiil i.tiai ais 4ujtu oil I st
fisiiiwo juauir an, iris asraKis ) idsjouij
Mtiril Tfit.U tutMtlmte Ut nalrwl. ll erei all
lllW1a, en la) lis) UtttUI lfifltJXn m
vauu nam, istAtsaiei. nDltrraruen t anl I an amsaatUin mw
Ut rrlili, VilUt Cwt-OBtW, JWUst- OU ItVrtl, art
rIUf4 bf It . ,
(SucctRW)r to Jftmcn ICyuMton.)
Coni;nn i;?m:KTJi ant Poplar ftTi.,
I1l,a mm. I . ? ,.t. S ., w.. sk U ... t
uutra aim mihcii. an i in itrourireu to u hi
ten muuHcuti younun, i
JlYLAND'At SAUK 11,
aiju dluh iw
itxiiii':,' h ini vii iViii'A'i'
tiV KVKtlY lHftCKU"J'IOM,
llornr'r loth utredt and 'Commqrolill, ,Ven
wsi uoor to tno riyiaou woon.
n-i; tf. fQAi;to, , ,
33 XT Tl? O JET. j1 12
a:w dkai.i'.i; in
!tn (hn iiut r.w lift.-. Pnrlr. Mntlnn Vn
humph i in miMi itorjnim mmnjri
CtTT NATIONAL DANK 11UIKDIKO.
srrrHnei- ii 'nttontion nam 10 oruers rro
tjiuiinoiHR, niitnior nay.
JAAIKH KYASTON, i,
n iin v li iniiiiwi ilkbii m
r i ... . i.,m. va!iljioac
IliiTHnitit slaiiL'htera onlv the bestCatt
iiioirs nuonuneo; aBU-scnresiaivo vv.nn.
' . . . - : ::. " . , . . , , ,
iJtrsTorKroshMoaUftom tue totc th(