Newspaper Page Text
THE NATIONAL BEPUBLIOAN, THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 12, 18G6.
DnrAavanar of Stats, t
WASlliero, April T, 1M4.
Information hai been receired at thU Dr
part mentfrom Mr. Edward 0. Lord, the VIco
Consul of the United States at Nfogpo, of
tho death on the day February, 18G5, at
Ningpo, of Thomas Beater, an American
seaman belonging to the ship " Lugger Fox."
Tho samo official also informs the Depart
ment of the death, dato not specified, of
Gkoror Balty, an American seaman.
The legal representatives of tho above
named deceased can obtain farther informa
tion by addressing this Department.
DtPAlTtftVTOr iTATl, 1
Wa;mtov, April T, LJW. (
Information has been received at this De
partment from Mr. V, P. Jokes, tho Consul
of tho United States at Amoy, of tho death,
on the 16th of November, 18G5, at tho hos
pital In Amoy, of S. Peterson, a seaman of
the vessel Wild Gazelle."
DtPAinttTT OP 8-UTI, I
WASMtaero. Anril 7. 1IM. I
Information has been received at this De
partment from Mr. Geo. F. Seward, tho Con
sul G cneral of tho United States at Shanghai,
China, of tho death, on tho 6th of November,
1865, at Shanghai, of Samuel Lahoford, an
Information has also been received from
the same source of the death, on the 4th of
December last, at sea, of Samuel Fsndrrson,
n seaman on tho ship11 E. Be y burn."
Hoard or Health Cleaning the City.-
Oa Mood j afternoon meeting of tho Board of
Health vat bald at the Cltj Hall, Dr. Jamoi Kail
la tho ehalr, and Dr. Q. M. Dot, Secretary.
Dr. 0. M. Ford, from tho Comtaltteo to whom
u referred tho eoonclt resolution relative to tho
repeal of the la forbidding the construction of
privy links, reported that unhealthy consequences
would not do produced If proper safeguards were
establlsbsd, and recommending the sinks ihould be
water tight, and erected under the laperriilon of
tho ward commissioners, after baring obtained tho
content of tho Board. Tbe report wai accompanied
with resolutions to that effect, which were adopted.
Tbe tame gentlemen, from the committee to In
quire into the expediency of removing laughter
home , made a report, In which the eommllteo re
viewed tho l&Teittgatloni Into tho caute of disease
In tho oltlea of Enropo, looking to prohibitory or
modifying regulation!. The committee recommend
ed the following resolution!, which wer adopted:
JImoiW. That In tho opinion of tho Board of
Jlealtb, all laughter-houiea ihould b remorod
from the Inhabited part of tbe city, at lome future
and not remoU period, to bo enacted by tho Coun
cil! Rteohwi, That until inch remoTal all slaughter
bouiea and their premliee bo placed under the
aupenrliton of tho Metropolitan Police, and all
failure! to keep tho lame clean, as recommended tn
report, to b inbject to inch penalties aa Council
Roixar Ea Broii. M. D ,
P. M. P abb or, Commltilontr.
Dr. Fenwlck, from the committee to determine
4 to what location! ihould bo used for the deposit
of &1gbteotl, made a report recommenAng certain
localities beyond the limits of the Corporation,
whleb, after some discussion, was recommitted, and
the committee Initrncted to confer with the owneri
of the land thue selected and the Levy Court.
Dr. Dots, the Secretary, reported that lome of
tho undertakers bad neglected to procure burial
certificate!, lie was directed to bar the law en
forced. Hotel ItoBBERT-On Monday last tho
room of Col, T. B. Thorpe, at tbe Klrkwood House,
wai entered and a coat and pair of panti itolen
therefrom. Assistant Superintendent Heed found
the elotbei In the poiieiiton of Charlei S. Beeober,
the young man who was arrested for robbing WU-
lardi' and the National Hotel. Col. Thorpe was
tent for and Identified tbe good!. Beech tr was
committed to Jail by Superintendent Klcbards to
answer the charge. Beeober attempted to make
his escape from the cell at police headquarter!, on
Tueiday night, but was caught by the officer In
Serious Accident to James Worm let, Jr.
About twelve o'clock yeeterday morning, the horse
attached to tbe buggy of Mr. James Wormley, Jr.,'
became frightened, and ran off when near the cor
ner of Pennsylvania evenne and Seventh street.
Mr. Wormley was thrown from bis seat, and had
hi! right teg broken below the knee. Officer Coomei
of tbe 4th ward, with several cltlsons, carried blm
to tbe drug itore of Mr. Walte, where Dr. Allen wai
called, and did all In hli power. A stretcher, was
procured, and he was eonveyed to the reildenee of
hli father on I meet, between Flute nth and bix
Budden Death. Mr. Win. Klcbards, an
old and eiteemed eltlsen of tho Slith ward, died
suddenly on Tueiday erenlng. About eight o'clock
be was conreralng with a neighbor, a short dis
tance from hli home. After parting with hti
friend he turned to go home, but fell on tbe pare
mint In front of hli door. Officer J, II. Qordon,
who wu near, went to hli aislitance. lie was
taken In and laid upon a lofa, where he died about
half put nine o'clock. Mr. XI. was well known
aid had many frlendi.
Fully Committed. Benjamin F. Hough,
who wai arrested In Georgetown on Sunday, charged
with ihootlng Samuel S, Catkins, bad a bearing
before Juitloo Buckey yeiterday morning, andwu
commuted to jsll to aniwer the charge at court.
He waived an examination that he might be com
mitted, and the matter brought before tbe court so
he could glre ball. Qukln li much better, and It
li thought will soon be out.
Tub Presidential Car Sold. At the sale
of property belonging to the Government, which
took place yeiterday at Alexandria, by order of the
i Var Department, tbe magnificent car that wu built
for the late honored President Lincoln, aod whleh
bore hli rematni to their lut reitlng place, wu
old at pubtlo auction. The car cost upward! of
$30,000 aud wu bid off to ex-Manbal Ward H.
Lam on for leia than $10,000.
rocKET Ticked. Yesterday evening an
old gentlemen named Charlei Weliter, while on
the boat between this city and Alexandria, had a
pocket book containing $60 taken from hli pocket.
Gen. Grant this morning paid his flno for
Griuixal Court -Judge Fisher. (EdwM
O. Carrlogton, Esq., District Attorney, prose
cuting.) Henry Short and George W. Allen ahat John
W. Wllion, Indicted fur stealing a pair of booU
from Arnold F. Pfaffenbacb) verdict guilty ai to
Allen, and sentenced to one year In the Albany
Penitentiary) nolU pronqui u to Short. Baker for
Jamsi Taylor, Indicted for stealing a box of can
dle! from Thomas II. Walker, arraigned and plead
Entity: sentenced to Albany for one year.
William Williams, Indicted for iteallng throe
carriage cushions, the property of the United Stales;
nolUprottqui by District Attorney.
Jacob Stephens, Qeorge Lawrence and Aibury
H. Perry, Indicted for stealing six hogs from John
Holly. Jury sworn u to Stephens and Lawrenoe,
Guilty as to Lawrence, and sentenced to fifteen
pjonttu la tbt Albany penitentiary) not guilty as
to Stephens The recognisance In the cue of Parry
. DU Bartlett, Indicted, with Barney MeQaade,
for stealing money from Edward McCormlck.
NoU$ pnmqui by the United Stated District At
torney. MoQuadc wu tried and aoqultted.
John It. Bundy, Indicted for assault and bat
tery on William Wilson. Verdict guilty, and sen
tenced to itx months In Jail. O coding for defence.
Bly Brown, Indicted for assault and battery on
Augusts, Edel ( verdict not guilty. Ooodtng for
A motion for new trial and In arrest of Judgment
In the cue of Rachel Smith, convicted of man
slaughter, was filed.
Samuel Ireland, Indicted for keeping a gaming,
house notltpnjuthj United Slates Attorney.
John rfenry, convicted of stealing a coat from
Joseph Southern eentenoed to one jpft la the
Mary Jones allu Cooper, c6nrlcled of stealing
eletbtng from Martin Watson sentenced to one
year In Albany penitentiary.
Circuit Court Judge Olin. Clement
Hill against K. It. Umbel). Verdict for plaintiff
for $178.70, with Interest from March I, 1884.
Kelson 6. Easton against Erwln O. Comstock and
Joseph L. Savage. Action for services rendered.
Verdict for plaintiff for $8U.
Jacob H. Franklin, and Samnel Smith against
Daniel It. Smith. Motion for new trial withdrawn.
Tbe Corporation of Georgetown against Edward
Lynch. Verdict for plaintiff for $60, with Interest)
from March 20, 1885.
Rlohard W. Griffith against Ceorge II. Plant and
Edward Lynch. Verdict for plaintiff for $188.81.
John O'Connalt against Edward O'Conoer. Ver
dict for plaintiff for $143. Adjourned.
"The National CnuRCU or America-
This Is tbe subject of a lecture to be delivered In
the Unitarian Church this evening by Rer. Edward
Everett Hale, (u will be seen by an advertisement
In another column.) From Mr. Hale's widely ex
tended reputation u an able, earnest and eloquent
expounder of Christian truth, we bespeak a large
Jewelry and silver-plated ware, gold-plated
Jet and Stone Setts, Jet Bracelets, Combs, Chains,
California Stone Belts, Rings, Pins, Silver Plated
Castor Stands, Call Bells, Cups, Goblets, Table
Spoons, Forks and Tea Spoons 1,000 styles to
choose from for only one Dollar, at Prigg's Dollar
Jewelry Store, No. 4S8 Pa. are., third door from
Four-and-a-half street. apll-lw
W. C. Pnii.ri, of Devlin & Co., New York
wltlboatWlIlard's Hotel from 11th to 10th Inst,
with a large usortment of samples of new and
choice styles of leuonable goods for gentlemen's
wear, from which he will be happy to take orders
for garments to be made at our house In New
York. ap0 6t
Charles Uactier. A new brand of cham
pagne wine, called "Young America,1 end bearing
the Imprint of Ciablib Qatjtiix, who Is now
travelling In the European wine country, has been
received by Oautitr Lspert, In this city. It Is
really a good wine, fruity, and dry enough to leave
no clogging effect upon the palate. Charles hu
made a hit.
.OFFICE SECRETARY BOARD
Wasiixmtoi, D, O. , April 9 I'M.
The following la the list of NelsAaeon declared by the
Board of Health t
Dead Carcasses, Dead Fish, or 001 of Fish, Heaps of
Offals from Batchers Btalle aad Slaughter nouses.
Stagnant or Still Water la Ponds, Mantes, Bewer,
er Cellere, Areee or Vaults
Feal Sublet, Veal Cow lloaeee or Caw Peas, Tool
Privies aid Hog Stye. Fool Premliee, Alleys, aad
Oattcie, and Fool Steugbter Houses.
Decaying Vegetables and Frulte of ever deeeriptloe,
alt Animal Babtaneea,wnetheitntre or Ihoae portions
thereof not need ae food wbleh may b thrown eat.
All Aibes, Rubbish, Shavings or RefsM Substances
of air trace, occupation, or buelaess which may be
prejudicial to publla health.
Filth, Soap Boade la Pools, Drainage fiom Dye Honict,
or Soap Factories.
lloraee going at large with Oliadcrs, Faces, er any
at bar Conta float Dlaaa.
IloaMaorUalldlegiortfortlona thereof la a elate of
ciiapiaaiioa or a'cay, eoaaogermg toe uvea ana prop
erty of these la the vicinity.
O. M DOVK,W D.,
pU-Sl Secratery Iioard of Health.
RADY'S NATIONAL PHOTO-
Ksw Ton a,
If early opposite Grace Oharch.'
Mr. Brady bae on view and for sale at hie 0llery, ae
PORTRAITS OF ALL OFFICERS,
of both servlcei, who have distinguished thctniel ves la
the late war. The slice vary from carts U tUUt to
In addition to Lis varied usortmsat of likenesses, Mr.
Brady bae a
COLLECTION OF VIBWB
of almost every point made hUtorle In tbe recent con
flict, which It mar be presumed will be veined by not
!-. ,k . ... I...JI.I.1 ........J k Ik-la
friends, as mementoes of tbe trials throagh which the
nation nas jnst paaaea. fl
Mr Brady always pays considerable attention te
0TWbcw style of PORTRAITS IN PORCELAIN has
been brought by Mr. Brady to perfection. apl-tf
DAMS EXPRESS COMPANY.
OFFICKAU PINNA. AyXNUK.
119 riNNBTLVANIA ATINUX, OPPOSITE
ORKAT E ASTERN,
NORTHERN, WE&TERN, AND SOUTHERN EXPRESS
Merchandise, Money, and Valoablti of all kinds for
wlrded with dispatch to all accessible secllone of the
COLLECTION OF NOTES, DRAFTS AND BILLS made
la all accessible parte of the United Stater.
O. C. DUNN, Agent,
nolt-tf Washington, J.C.
i it o x"o w aTu h r
11UOPOSALS FOR LAYING WATER
Mivoa's Orrics, Cirr Hill, I
Wisniiuroir, April 1, 1600. )
6alsd Proposals, to be endorted on the envef
ope "Proposals for laying water mains," will be re
eolvcd at this offlos nntll noon oa FRIDAY, the 13ih In
stent. Bidders will also specify oa tbs envelope, end
on the face of the bid, what dlitrlcl the bid la for.
There nre three districts, which are boaadedu follows,
DISTRICT NUMBER ONEInclndes all tbat part of
the city noath vf the Chasspek,e end olio canal and
City canal, and west of bvsntk street west.
DISTRICT NUMBER TWO Inclades all that part of
the city north and northeast t lha canal, aad st of
the Wftbt side of bsiantb street west.
MsTRlCT NUMBER THREE Inclades lU that part of
theoliy which Is between tho canal and the 1'olumic
ana tua aasiern tirancn.
8peolflcallons and forms ef proposals caa be had by
application 10 me water segisirsr, nna snen proposals
only will be considered ae are written upon these regn-
lar official forms.
Satisfactory bond and security will be required from
the parlies with wboia tbe contracts shall be made.
s)4-dH3 RICHARD WALLACIf, Mayor.
1ROP"08AL8 FOR HEWER.
X MATon'sOrrtox, April 2, 1806
aEALED PROPOSALS will be received by the uudcr
signed until II o'clock m , oa FRIDAY, tbe 13th dsy of
April nsat. for the bnlldlog of a Three-foot Barrel
Sewer, Inside diameter,) the walls to be nine loefacs la
thickness, oa 1 streetnerlh, between Foarteentb etrvet
and Connecticut means, to eonncst with tbe sewer jiow
building In Fouriveiilh street, la accordance with the
act approved July '1, IMS, to have Hanholes and
blsnch'lrsps with Lateral Sewers from such corners as
ibe Commissioners of tbe First and Second wards may
Bidders will etste tbe price per lineal fit for tbe
Three-foot Sewer, per lineal fool for the Laterals,
eighteen Inches Inside diameter, four Inches wallsi per
Trap each, per Man.hole each, which shall Include
all excavations, Jte, Ac ( the snccessfal blddsr or bid.
ders to be responsible for all damages done to gas or
water pipes, as will more folly appear la the specifica
tions, Tbe right to decline any or all proposals, should It be
deemed for tbe Interest of tbe Corporation to do so, Is
Bpeelncalloas can be seen at the oOee of the Co minis -elonere
of Improvements every day between 10 o'clock
a. in. and 13 m. ,e!so In tbe City Sarveyur'e o files
every Mondey and Friday,
None bat practical mechanics need bid
Commissioner First ward.
Commissioner Second WarJ.
E. M. P. KINO.
spt Hi Assuta&t CoaoissloBsrs,
Tho Natienal RcpuWican.
LATEST FROM ETIE0PE
ARRIVAL OP THE ASIA.
German Difficulties Increasing.
Attire Military TrcpanUou on the Frontier.
Arrival of Hoad Centre StophonB
MOVEMENTS OF THE TURKS
New Command ertnC hie f for the Austrian
PnUSSIAH WAlt VK8SKL5 PltKPARIRa.
New Toic, April 11, The steamer Farelre has
arrived. It Is supposed that Stephens Is a passeo
The Pert Ira brings Tarts papers to the evening of
the 30th, from which we obtain the following late
Provincial correspondence of Berlin to the 28th
save, Id vlsw of lha danger to Prussia from the con
centration of Austrian troops, tt Is supposed ordsri
will ba given whleh will enable Prussia to saecess
fall resist any attack.
A dlspatoh from Odelberg of the 28Lh says a
powder train, consisting of six wagons, pasted by
Qtwelesln, Silesia, recently, destined for Craoovla,
and that numerous bodies of troops from II angary
have aVrlved at Lelneurg.
A Berlin telegram says measures touching El
lesla were taken at a meeting at Cornel on lha 20th
A dlspatoh from Vienna on the 28th nit. protests
against tho statements ef thej Prussian Journals,
aod says there hu been no rendeirous of an army
corps, no purchase of horses, and no levy of troops
on tho part of Austria.
Tho Imperial Government has omitted to take
measures whleh are justified by tha Isnguage of tho
Prussian sheet, for It would not needlessly Increase
tha burdens of finance.
A telegram from Bcyrout states tbat tho Turk,
lib. troops evacuated La Montague on tbe 28th of
March, with a view to tho pacification of the
I. AT Kit.
IlAtirAX, April 11. The steamship Asia from
Liverpool with advices to the 1st of April has ar
rived. The London stock exchange was the only market
open on the 31st March, The closing quotations
were: Consols 86a86 United States 5-20s TOaTOJ.
Tbe German difficulties were still Increasing, but
do actual hostilities hare occurred. Military prep
aratloes were actively progressing. General Bene
dek has been appointed the Austrian commander-in-chief.
Tbe Vienna Debatt states that tho Western Great
Powers Intend to present Identical notes at Berlin
deprecatory of war.
It Is stated, not only that a convention, but that
a formal treaty of alliance has boen eoncloded be
tween Italy and Prussia Von Bit moth Is said to
hare addressed a circular 'dispatch to the Prus
sian ambassadors at tho courts of the Great Powerr,
directing them to protest against the extraordinary
arguments of Austria.
A Florence telegram states that considerable
armaments are In the course of preparation In Italy.
Tbe editor of tbe Paris Opinion NatiotuiU states
tbat he had rccelvsd a visit from Head Centre
Stephens, who announced his approaching depar
ture for America.
The English news, both political and general. Is
Latest via uvinroot.
March 31 EveningGerman advices continue
warlike. Connt Von Brlimork had a long Inter
view on the 29ih Instant with Count Keralve, the
Austrian Ambassador to Berlfn. Orders bare been
Issued to place three divisions of Prussian Infantry,
the whole Sixth army corps, and several other regi
ments on a war fooling. It Is also slated that tbe
Prussian war vessels at RIel are to be prepared for
It Is asserted that five PrussUn army corps bare
received orders to hold themselves In readiness for
LATEST YIA QDIXHSTOWJf.
The German difficulties are still Increasing, but
no active collisions have occurred. Military prep
arations are actively progressing.
Latibt United States Five-Twenties 7U7IJ.
Maryland sixes 6Sa70.
Horrible Murder Nrnr 1'u.ladelpbla.
A Family of Seun Tenons Slanghttrcd.
PntLAniLrnu, April 11 A terrible crime was
discovered this afternoon. A family of seven per
sons were murdered. It consisted of Christopher
Peering, his wife, niece, and four children.
Mr. Bearing's farm is at Point House road and
The supposed murder was committed last Friday,
by a Gsrmsn laborer on the farm.
The crime was discovered this p tn , by the find
ing of tho bodies of Bearing and bis wife In tbe
barn. One of the victims was a baby ten months
Plunder seems to have been the sole object.
Horses and cattle In the stable were found to be In
a famishing condition.
Deering was a cattle dealer, aged 38 rears. Miss
Keeling, his cousin, was aged 43 years, and h's
four children ranged from 14 months to 8 years.
Ills residence Is locatsd In the suburbs, about a
mile end a half below the Navy Yard.
The murderer has not yet been captured.
Tbe affair produced a great sensation In this
The Philadelphia Horror
Philadelphia, April 11 The IJgrt In Its
account of the terrible tragedy, says Tho bodies
of Beerlng and his nleeo were found in tbe barn
covered with hay, and the others In a corn crib
similarly covered It Is supposed the murder wns
committed last Sstnrday, by a man and boy who
bad been hired by Mr. Deering, and who bad lived
with bis family for two months psst. The supposed
murderers have disappeared.
Deering and his niece were from hocuo'on Satur
day morning, and It Is supposed bis wife and chil
dren were murdered during his absence, and tbnt
be and his niece were killed on their return. Tbe
bodies presented a horrible appearance, having
been fearfully mutilated with a knife and aie. Tie
only one of the family who escaped was a child,
ten years old, who was on a visit to distant rela
tives. Due Thousand Dollara Itewant.
PoiLADKLruiA, April It ..Mayor McMichael
has offered a reward of a thousand dollars for the
apprehension of the murderer of the Deering
New York Maikct,
Naw York, April 11 Cotton advanced 1 cent.
Bales 1,600 bales at 3037 cts. Hour firm. Sales
12,000 bbls. Southern firmer j sales 2,000 bbls. at
t8.7oal& 50. Wheat firm, sales M00 bushels,
Amber Stale $1 it; Milwaukle Club $1 70. Corn
advanced 2 ots soles 07,000 bushels at 80a82 cts,
Porkheavyt mess $35,37f. Lard Is heavy at 10a
18J cts. Whisky steady, Sugar steady. Coffee
firm. Karat stores dull, turpentine 9 On 92 J ots.
Freights dull and heavy. Cotton Ja3-l(I. Oold
Captain Winder lleUased.
It I c mi os p, April 11. Captain It. B. Winder,
who hu been imprisoned here for several months,
wu discharged to-day by orders from Washington
Fenian Trials in Canada.
Tho B'ys in Groon on tho Now
Fonlan Movomont Down East.
The Coast of Maine Tatrolled by Brit
A Call npon the Us S Governments
Toaojrro, April 11 The examination of the Fe
nians arrested at Cornwall, began to-day. Hon.
Jno. D. McDonald, baa been engsged for Ibe de
fence. The Qlot of this morning baa the following t
There Is no longer any doubt that O'Mahoney Is
concentrating a force near the New Brunswick
frontier, and this Is clearly In violation of the neu
trality laws of the United States, and the Wash
ington authorities must speedily take action upon
tbe subject. We are not anxious that the Ameri
can Government should act hurriedly, for tn a free
Government time must be allowed to talk, and It
Is not well for any government to oppose a move
ment which commands a measure of popular sympa
thy, without clear proof that the laws are being
broken) bat the marching if armed men towards
the frontier Is an act of war which tbe American Gov
eminent mutt suppress, If they Intend to do their
duty towards their neighbor.
GASTronr, Mais a, April 11 The Fenians have
hired the town halt for three days In which to hold
meetings. Another large British steamer U off
Campo Bello, and a large force of men are ashore at
work. A number of Fenians left secretly on a
sailing vessel last night A large steamer with the
American flag and private signals has Just gone up
the river towards St. Andrews.
The exeltement oontlnues. The publlo convex
tlon of the Fenians Is tn session. British stenaers
are continually arriving, and are patrolling the
harbor and St Croix river. Fifty Fenians hare
left In a schooner. Their destination Is unknown.
Fenians a're continually arriving.
Eaitport, Mi., April 11 The Fenians are
quiet to-day. The British steamer Rossini has
sailed for St. Andrew's. v
Tbe steamer Pylades lies off Campo Bello Island,
ICmglleri War Veesele Steaming tip for the
Kculaue The Excitement at Deltlng
Eastfort, Ma., April 11. Two large English
war vessels are here now, with steam constantly
kept up, port-holes open, and everything ready for
aotlon. Tbe Americans are wild and Consider It a
The American veterani are joining the circles of
The Fenians are still In convention.
The two English vessels are on tbe wrong track.
Deserters from tbe British troops are Joining tbe
circles, and active recruiting of volunteers Is going
Secret Trlale of Fenlane
Toronto, April 11 The examination of tho Fe
nlan prisoners at Cornwall was conducted with
closed doors, the press being exoladed. Tbe prison'
ers have been remanded until Thursday,
Strike of tha Almaden Cluleksllrer Hlnera
Oregon Slate Politics.
Bar Francisco, April 11 A strike look place
yesterday among tbe miners of the New Almaden
quicksilver mines. Tbe grievances complained of
are their being obliged to lease booses and the
price of supplies of the company. They hold pos
session of the mine and refuse to allow any one to
work, but have committed no violence.
The Oregon State Convention nominated for
Congress, Hufus Mallory, of Macon, and for Gov
ernor, Geo. L. Woods, of Wasco. Resolutions were
adopted declaring tbat representation goes with
taxation, and expressing a desire that civil and
political privileges be given to the late rebellious
States, when compatible with national safety and
that of tbe loyal people In tboee States. The cloi.
ing resolution protests against the taxation and
selling of Government mineral lands.
A THANKFUL CJIUIlCn.
Tha New Orleans Mnjor Sminnded by the
NxwOaliahs, April 11, The Methodist Con
fereoce has appointed two bishops to proceed to
Washington and thank Presldsnt Johnson Tor re
storing the Church property.
President Johnson orders the suspension of Mayor
Monroe and Alderman Nixon until they are par
doned. The acting mayor and clerk continues.
Thirteen vessels hare been quarantined with
coffee, sugar, and molasses.
New Orleans city and the Gulf ports are perfectly
Front fjonlslana The Mississippi Overflow
NrwOrlkaki, April 11.. The members of tbe
Baltimore Conference hare been received with
Grand preparations are being made for the
Louisiana races to-morrow. The track Is dry but
'The flood Is passing off, and crevasses below are
being closed. Plaquemlne county IS flooded.
Tbe passage of the Civil Rights bill by the House
was expected, and causes no excitement.
Fatal Blow to is Frenchman,
Aiiant, April 11 This afternoon a Frenchman,
whose name ts not known, and a man named Mi
chael Chestnut, bad an angry discussion over po
litical matters In Broadway, during which Chest
nut struck the Frenchman a powerful blow on tbe
head, killing him Instantly. Chestnut has not
Great Flan Celebration In Philadelphia
Neat Fourth of Jnly,
IJiRRiSBrjoa, April 11 The committee having
In charge tbe reception of Pennsylvania regimental
flags by the State met to-day and recommended to
the Governor Philadelphia as tbe plaoe anl Vlie
Fourth of July as the time for tbe reception of tbe
Senator Doollltle Cenenred.
Madison, Wii , April 11 The Wisconsin tegls
latore passed resolutions last night severely cen
suring Senator Doollttle for voting against the Civil
Rights bill, In disobedience of Instructions and do
daring tbat It Is his duty to resign.
California Treasure Afloat
San Francisco, April 11 Sailed, the steamer
Golden City, Capt. Watklns, for Panama, with
1 874,02 In treasure, of which $809,000 le for New
The Mlssl.sliipl Itlxr Open.
, Milwai'kii, April 11 The ice has broken up
on the Mississippi river at St Paul, and tbe rtver
Is now open for navigation.
VlBiivii.i.H. Atirll 11 Ih. 1jnrt lira mat In.
day, but no quorum being preient, Ihry a Ijourned,
pAKTti. WAUON9, AND DIIAYS.
RmiKTiH's Orrus, April .1 1564
NOTICE IS HEREBY dJVKN. tbnt Llrenaeu Is.ued to
owners of Carts, Wseons, nnJ brays, expired April 3,
lSCO, aad that ealtl License must be renewed, la eom
fllnnee with Law, at ttlsofflcs, wlihln ten dtjs from
Uls dele. BAUUIL E. DOUGLAS,
ALK OF HA III) UUKA1).
Honied Proposals. In darlletla.wlll l rteslvsd at ibU
OtOee, on WEDNESDAYS and BATUKDAYS or esch
wsek, for all the surplus 1IAUD UKKiD at tbls Depot,
Tbebrend Is tn bo its of fifty (00) pounds eaeb, and la
good shipping order.
All pnrcbases will be dslUered on board of trans.
ports without expense to tbe pnrchnser
No proposnls received for less than twenty (30) Boxes,
one thousand (1,000 J pounds.
Feymsal required on notification of acceptance of bid
In Government fsads.
Proposnls should be endorsed "Proposnls for Hard
Bread," aad addressed to Jasliu CUHHY,
dslt-U Colonel aad C.B.T.
Teaasylvaala aveaae, near WUlarde' Hotel.
LtOITABD DROVERS. CO.. DIRECTOR.
taovaao eaovie. o. d, tea,
B. Ltssb Use Hnaarer
TFJII (TH O RID ATI IVK3IK0. AFB.IL 1 laM
Aad poeltlrelytaelestofBeeeleaelt'e artel Life Drama.
T1ID APVADlVl S lift f If A1II.I W "
wltb all the oriels tl effects aad eesnery,tnclndlnf the
mi injiwmniii! vBiibi bVUIIlil,
tinuwr uwiioni iwisiir 01 tee piece.
Till BURN 1 30 SlIAlfBOAT.
BEAEfir or MR, B. LAMB,
Oa which aeensloa will be creeented Boaetennlte Da.
THE COLLIES JUWIf.
And the Great Bertesqne of ibe Ate, Joaa Brougham's
rammer yigai, vbbi v,a,si niru,BCni snili,
end only time of the Greet Uaabridred Dramntle ver
sion of Harriet Beecfcer Stewo'e celebrated work, ea
UNCLE TOH'I CABIN.
Monday, April 1Mb, first nppetraaee ef the Oreat Tra-
MB. JAMES X. MUBDOCn
Seels msy new be seen red for any nlf hi next week.
No eitra ehnrre for seen ring seats ta advnaee.
Open nl eevea rerformaaee at eight o'cloek.
J Y (Corner of Eleventh aad C streets. )
Positively Last mghtbatlweef
MADAME GUIONI AND 8IGNOR SUSINI'S GRAND
Ineledlar at I the trat artistes who have performed
this winter at the Opera Roae, New Orleane, for forty
consecutive Ornnd Opera Nights, with unprecedented
DIRECTOR MAX BTBAKOSCn.
rOURTIT GRAND OPERA K10OT.
DeatietU'a Grand Opera, In fonrset,
Ms J suss GtllONI aad PATTI 8TRAK0ftCO,aad
Signers XRXANI aad MANCOII,
la the prlnelpnl relet.
FULL CHORUS ANb ORCUEhTRA.
Maslcal Director aad Coadector. ...S1G. F, ROSA.
Friday, LtTCIA Dt LAMMERMOOR,
Beurdey, IL TROYATOKS.
Private Boxes (ooatalelie; fonr seats,,,. ttO ft
Orebestr nnd Bsleony Chairs M 3 OO
Dress Circle andl'srqne te .. , 1 00
Reserved Seats In Drese Circle..,,, 60 cents eitra.
Senteaad Ticket for either nlghl maybe obtained
at Me'terotl'e Maalo Store dally from t a. u. till S p.
ro . nnd at the Theatre on Ueeveniso of performance.
Cbfckerlag'e nsoosate ed at the Opera,
Doers opea at 7J. Opera eommeaees el S. at3U
reaasylvaale avenee, near WUlarde Hotel.
FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 13, I860,
Is set apart for the
la Washington nf
MR. E. LAMB,
Oa which occasion Dion Boackantt'e tree picture of
Bet forth la the beantUnl drama of the
Together with John Brongham'a Inimitable borlesaae
(In both of which Mr Lamb will have the honor of ap
Lsarlng,) will be presented with a cast Including Itery
tmber of the popular
Box sheet bow open aplO-St
rpHK OniJAT NATIONAL FAUt.
l HE Lady Dlreetoreef the National Sointsaa a to
SiiLons Oar ha Hone will commence te bold a Fair la
this citron the 13th day of May next, tbe proceeds of
which are to be devoted to the sappurt and maintenance
of NAVioxAtSoLDiana aid SAtuine'OnraAns not other,
wise provided for la their respective Slats aad Terrl
Each Btate and Territory la to be represented by a ta
ble, and the Ladles latend thai Ibe District ef Colnmbla
b ell bear creditable contract with any.
The Ladles will meet at Wesley Chapel, corner or F
nnd Firth streets every Tuesday, at 11 a. m , entll the
opening of the Fnlr, nad all Ladiea deslrons or eo'Opera
tlogln tbeobleciaof the association are cordially In
vited te attend. nplO-td
Wane U. Lamoi. C. F.Blaos.
1!LACK, LAM0N A CO.,
CorjlSRLLOaS AMD AVTOBRBTS AT LAW
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DN1TBD STATU,
THE CO OUT Or CLAIMS,
THE COORTSOF THE DISTRICT,
TBE XXECDTIVB DEPARTMENTS AND
COMMITTEES OF nONORESS
. OFFICE, 4A8FODRTEEHTH STREET,
delS'tf Directly Opposite Wlllards Hotel.
1L1TAUY AND NAVAL CLAIM
O. S. BDHDT k CO.,
126 r.iB.jlt.kl. .,., (opp4.lt, VTIUird.' Uol.1.)
WlEHIHaiO.1, D. O.
J. D, RiT.ltT, Xq , 136 Kuui tt. , N, T.
Dodoi, Cohitmi k Blow., N. T.,
roilN B. WIIEKLRR.
WILUAM K. BKYAIlT.
uu.i o. n BMkin a vv.i
Rsal Estate Brokers and Attorneys for Claims against
iimtm Tt nrnrtr d . .
me usiiea niaiaa. imct wn ht us iimu between
D and E streets, second story, P. O, box, S2I, Washing
ton, D. C. City Properly, nnd Maryland and Virginia
Farms bongal anil sold on commlsaUn, Ksrereacesi
Richard WaJIsch.Esi.Mavorof Wash I sit on: Geo. A.
Bassetl Esq , Clerk Com. Ways and Mssas, Douse of
ep nm. ii, nin, ii . iDiei visra ires. 'cpt,i.
Messrs rsrry oro.. mercnanie ocv
T O II N JO.LLIVFK,
ITIOBHir AXD COimlXLOR AT LAW.
Ofl., o, tb. ortb.titMrMrof T til Ftfu.ath tr.U,
oppo.lt, lb. ...t Irmi, of tho Trou.rr
Cltr, D. a
Attoi.. o.p,.1oU, lo oIiIbo .pom lb, U.tud Btoto.
0 1IKBT L K 110 11,
(Late Solicitor of the Offlee ef the Andltor of the Treas
ury for the Post OBse Departueat )
ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW AND SOLICITOR OF CLAIMS.
OSUe,7l Sere nth street.
Opposite the Fest Oflse Department,
Will practice la the Courta ef the District or Colnmbla,
the Court of Claims, aad the Sorrsme Court of the United
States, and will glre prompt attention to the proeecntloa
oi eiaiuiB nna in aajasimeBi vi nesoanis in mi int vc
partraeets of the Government.
uun,i eTBia iirMi, opposiie roes vnii vepari
N. H. MILLEK,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
OFFICE, NO. fill NINTH STREET WEST,
Near Pennsylvania avenue,
Wonld respectfully Inform bis friends nnd the public
generally that be Is bow attending to all legal business,
net. a administering the Amnesty, ae well as nil other
oaths. Drawlnr Leasee, Deadc.Wllle, Power of Attorney,
Landlord and Tenant Notices, Ac , Ae.
Legal adf Ice given la at) Us breaths.
sr psrtlsular attention paid to the eollettlon ef debts
nnd sUlma In central c4ir
COTII I IS O ,
OW HK BUOOBK1IKD.
BTTHS SAKDorOAK IALI.
There Is a doctor In our town,
A men of practice aad renown
He makes a handsome Income dear.
And lays up money every year.
Now, when be etarlcd ont In youth,
He bad bnt little cash In troth (
Bat still he'd try ble best to do,
Aud make a name aad money loo.
He attended leclnree, studied hard,
And very quickly passed the board
He opened oOlce, bung out sign,
Bnt many patleote cos Id not find.
Each day be sat, with saddened face,
For poverty came on apace j
At last a frleed gave bltn advice
Which changed his fortune In a trice.
Now patients fiocked from far aod near,
And kept him busy all the year
Men and womun, all declare,
No doctor caa with him compare
Tbe secret of bis great saccsss,
I'll tell yon If yon cannot guess t
Tho same advice will help yon all,
lie got a suit from SMITH'S OAK HALL.
SMITH BROS. CO,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
dot Seventh street.
Just received, the largest and finest stock of TIECE
GOODS ever ofsred la the city of Washington. Having
secured the best artists la tbe city, we are prepared to
make up In the Finest Style, and at lower prices than
any other establishment.
8 , B. CO.
DK N T 1 a T tt Y. I) It.
LOOU1S, aasiDiir pssriar, &.1H
Penasvlvasla aveaae, near corner of
Ninth street, alends to all branches pertaining to tbe
profession. Malformation of the mouth cur retted, and
every variety oi artificial sets made. sp01f
JAY OOOKE k 0 0.,
iiFTiMTB rrxirr, eppiu tbe TOaUiuxT,
bay aad sell at current rates aad keep ea hand a rati
supply ef all
GOVERNMENT 801 Dt,
IEY1N.TBIRTT TREASURY NOTE.
CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS, As.,
aad pay the highest prices for
QUARTERMASTER'S CHECKS AND VOUCHERS.
"pittST NATIONAL BANK OP
B, D. Cooxa, (of Jay Cooke k Co,,) Fmlicnt,
W. S. HtTrrueTOV, Cashier.
FINANCIAL AGENT OF THE UNITED TTATIF.
lfrri traxiT, orrecm ran ratAirar psrAarasrr.
Oe vera meat eecartUec with Treaearer Called Btate',
STOBK MILLION DOULAnS.-W
We bay aad cell all elaesee ef GOVERNMENT I ECU
RITIES at earreat muket ratea.
FURNISH RZCHANGE aad make Collections ea ALL
THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OF THE UNITED STATES.
We pirchase Government Voeoaere ea the MOST
FAVORABLE TERMS, aad give oAaaroa A raoarr
ACCOUNTS OF BUSINESS MEN AND FIRMS,
aad te any ether buslaecc entrusted le as.
FULL INFORMATION la regard te UOVSENMENT
LOANS at all Knee cheerfully faralsked
WM. I HUNTINGTON, Cashier.
Vereros, MiioaSO, laM aihll.dtf
T ITTENHOUSE.FOWLEtt A CO.
Dealers la GOVERNMENT SECURITIES of all de
GOLD, SILVER, nnd UNCURRSNT MONEY bought
COLLECTIONS made on all accessible points.
EXCHANGE oa all parts of Europe sold at lowest
STOCKS bonehl and sold In Haw York at mml rataa
Onr office boleg la direct telegraphic communication with
the Oold aud Stock Exchange Rooms In New York,
promptness aad dispatch la tbe execution of orders may
We have atwaTS aa ha a A fur ImmadUt tatlaarv all
donomlnatlone of the 7-30 TKBAbURY NOTES Onr
special Attention is given to mis Loan. a3 If
VTY- ILLARD8' IIOTKL,
STKES, CHADWICK k CO.,
CORNER PENN. AVE. AND FOURTEENTH S1REET,
WASHINGTON CITY. aST-lf
WROADWAY.CORNER OF TWSNTY.FIPTH STREET.
NEW YORE CITY.
MITCHELL, MCAD, AND WALL,
The HOFFMAN HOUSE le soad acted upon the plan of
the best A&ierleaa aad European Hotels. It combines
nil the modern Improvement necetsary to the greatest
comfort of guests tbat art, lugeunlty and liberality can
possibly devlee and produce. The bill of fare for the
table embraces every variety aad delicacy aforded by
the Akio Una markets, In their season,
JVLV4. IfiAfi Irlfi.y
323 F Bt,ltw..iilOth A lUiBU.
Stmotnt JJjiujtt . . J9n.filnsra.
! aad Chelae lijlss,
For Yokes, Dresses, Collars &. Cuffs,
Cloaks. Cttsbiona, SmeklneT Ospe,
and Slipper. (inolUn- MseosOe
ZmUemaJ la great vartetr.
COATCS' AND OTHER COT10NS,
BUlka (IIbs saA XartmUam.
kfohalr. Braids, SfeedUn, AM.
II li mvkktlkt kaarf OaM It U U
HAPPING PAPER FOB SALE AT
ALE OP DAJIAGED CORN.
OaTiiv QCAATsaMAeTxa's Orrtea, )
WismvoToa-, D. a, April ff, lKe.
nui ae noia ni pssut inigi,iuiT mm ainniasst
Brevet LI eaUnaat Colonel J. 0. C. Lee, A. Q- at, at Blttb.
street wharf, Washington, D.C., ea FRIDAY. April 30.
lsce, at 10 o'clock a. tn., a large qaaatlty of damaged
Geverameal Grata, vlsi abeal
11,177 BUSHELS CORN, IN SACKS.
The arala mest be removed br trarekaeera vrilhla iaa
dsvs from date ef sale.
Terme i Cask, la Geverameal rands.
D. H. RUCKU,
Brevet Mai, Oca. aad Chief QaaHenuaater,
a!0-dUp Day! f Washington.
SALE OF QUARTEttMASTER'S rRO
riRTY. WAiaiaeroir, D. 01 , April Ifl, 19M.
Will be eold at pnhlle aactloa. alSTl. PeaacvlvaaU
aveaae, ea SATURDAT, April H,1M, Ike following
aruclee pertaining u
QUARTRRMASTER'8 PROPERTY, Ae.
SO Vis Matting
1 Ceeoa Matt,
And a emaU qaaauly ef Erasers, Window Shades, Ac,
Terns Cask, la Govefamcet feadc
aplO'td Bvl. Ms). Oea. and Or. Mae. U. A.
Orrici Dnror CoataiaaAaT or BcasiSTavca, I
-... .. WABroTO.D.a,AprtloVlM. t
Will be eold at public aaetlea, at tbe Sancletceee De
pot, near Gleebero1, Md , ea TUESDAY, the 171a. ef
April, IBM, at 11 o'clock, a. ., the followleg? frame
One Bake house, M by 43 feet.
One Blangkter'kenee, 60 by 37 feet,
One Mess-house, 09 by 14 feel,
Oae Building, 19 br 14 feci.
One Wood shed, 34 by 14 feet.
One Well. house. 13 by 10 feet.
Iioard Fence. S3I feet long, feet S Inches la height
Also, a lot of Bricks, la eereral oveae, bat Utile aeed.
Terms i Cash, la aovernmeat fuads.
ap7.ood Major aad C. a., U.S. A.
BY 0. W. UOTELER, Jtt.
AUCTION SALE OF HOSPITAL STORES, WHIBKT.
Mbdical PcariToas Orrtea.
Wasiikutov, D. 0 , Marsh 31, 1800. f
Will be eold, at public auction, la thle city, at the
JUDICIARY SQUARE WAREHOUSE, back of Ibe City
Hall, oa WEDNESDAY, the 18th dar cfAnril t. el lo
o'clock a. m , the following articles ef Hospital Bterea
aad Liquors, ae longer required for the use of the medl
cnl department ef the army, vis t
mrrow ami, iw,iw ids, i parley, ju,uro tee.
Cora 8tarclul0.0OOlbe.f CAeaa. aad fTaivMlai lrirtm
Claaamou, powdered. 1.000 Ibe. i Farina, 30,000 Ibe.
Taploco, 10,000 lbs iEit ef Br,30,0001bi
Coneeat'd Milk, 30.000 lbs Olnger, lM Ibe.
Ettract of Coffee, S,T03 galls J Beans, 600 Ibe.
Pea Bcanc, 3m lbs. Dese Potatoes, 100 lbs.
Mixed Deee. PoUtoee, 183 lbe. Whisky, quart bot
Whls'irla His., giUons 3,000; Sherry Wise, qtaxi
Sherry Wlae, U bbls., 00; Jarragoaa Wlae la bot
The above articles will be sold la lota te salt both,
large aad small purchasers.
Terms t Cash.
Five ) daye will be allowed to parties la removing
Catalogues ready by tke 0th prox.
Surgeoa aad Purveyor, C. 8. A.
v . a W. BOTELER, Jr ,
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
DININQ AND ICE CREAM SALOONS.
131 WEST BALTIMORE STREET,
Are the most comfortable la the eltr.
Ladiea er fatnllleeaaoTmlarof wet Slav will Cad ikea.
saloons very convenient, where everything, front a aim
pie lunch to a Irst'dase dinner, may be obtained.
Breakfast, Dlaaer, aad Sapper are promptly eerred
la the beet style, tbe bill of Tare always embracing the
most choice dlshee.
iceureama, water lees, Cskeo, etc ,ef the best quality
and superior Saver at moderate rate.
Weddlageaad ether assemblies supplied wltb every
requisite at the shortest notice.
From long experience la the business tbe proprietor
guaraatees satisfaction te all patrons. jelOtf
(A la Malsoa Dorse )
S34 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
Bctweea Ninth and Tenth streets, (upstairs.)
The proprietor of thle favorite Reetauraathnsupered
no peine to make tbls the best Restaurant ta Washing
toa t aad be polate wltb pleasure te the large patroaage
be ana alwayn beea honored with, aad respectfully
solicits a continuance of the same.
GAMLOYBTERS, aad other refresbmeate constantly
ea hand, and at the meet reasoaable rates.
prepared at Ike ekorUct notice aad la tbe meet satis
Brack fast from S to 13 o'clock. Dlaaer aad Supper
at all hoars. uaavS-tf
NEW POEM "BY'WHITTIEttl
TICKNOU k FIELDS
rxiLisaxD FasaoAkr 17,
A WtxTia Idyl,
By JOHN Q. WniTTIER,
Aulher of "Maud Mailer, etc, etc,
la one beautifully printed volume, with a Bee Portrait
of the Author, aad aa Illustration uf his Birthplace, tho
eceae of the Poem. Price, 1 33
Nothing that baa erer appeared from our favorite
New Knslead poet will have a closer home-latsresttbea.
Shis admirable prod action. It telle the story of bis own
boy. life amid the hardships and ptsesuieo of tbat
stormy season of the year, so roll of vicissitude aad
dsngcr to the dwellers oa ear rocky coast. Thousanda
of readcre will thuak anew tho poet who caa make
'TI wlater Jovs tbelr boyhood kaew.
With Wklttler'e own beautiful Hues at the close of tha
poem, all those who peruse Snow Bound cannot fall U
And dear aad early friends the few
Who yet remain halt pause to view
These Flemish pleturec of old daye j
Sit with me by the bomcaUad hearth.
And stretch the bends of memory forth
To warm them at tbe wood fire's blase f
And thanka entraoed to lips unknown
Kb all greet me like the edore blown
From unseen meadows newly mown.
Or lilies floating In some pond.
Wood-fringed, the wayside gaie beyond 1
The traveller owns Ibe grateful sense
Of aweslness near, be known not whence.
And, pausing, take with foreheads bare
The benediction of Uie air. ' '
BOOKS RECENTLY PUBLISHED.
COUPON BONDS By J T. Trowbridge. Reprtated.
from the Atlantic AfoHlUy Paper, 13 cents. """
THE FKEEDMBN'B BUUK. By L, Marin Child. 1
col. ICuo SI 15.
LITTLE FOX ES, By Harriet Beeches Btowo. 1vol.
lCmo SI 75.
A BUMMER IN SKYB. By Alexander bmlth. 1 vol.
16 mo gli 70
WARIVRICJ. BrH..r7UmdBrw.ll. 12?..
Iflmo fl 00
PATRIOT BOYS AND PRISON PICTURES. By Ed
mund Klrke. Illustrated. I vol. Iflmo 41 M
WINNING HIS WAY By "Carl.toa." Illu.trated.
1 vol. Iflmo St 13,
HRREWARDtOK, THE LAST OF TnR ENGLISH.
ByCbarlee klugaley. 1 vol llmo $175.
DICTIONARY ofr NOTED NAMES OF FICTION;
Including Familiar Pseudonyms, Surnames be. lowed
on Eminent Men, etc 1 vol. 11 too. SA0O
MlaS OON A MrQUAKRlt. A Bequel lo 'Alfred Ha
art's Household." By Aleiandcr Smith. 1 to!.
LICE AND LETTERS OF REV F. W. ROBERTSON-.
2 vols 12mo. S4.
NEW EDITIONS NOW READY.
SERMONS. By Rer. F. W Robertson. 0 vols,
llmo $1. 00 each Buld separately or la sets.
WILHKLU MEI8TEU Translated by Thomas Car
trie With flae Portrait of Uoelha. 1 l. ij.
3 00 '
1I1HTUHY, THEORT AND PRACTICE OF TUB
BI.LCTKIC TELKORAPU. Uy George B. Prescotu
With loo Engravings. IXflO, -""acow.
rm ";vi iu auT noon SCni, POSl.pali, tO SBT
address on receipt of advertised price
ivtivn timukto, ruuiisuere,
131 Tremoat street, Boetoa.
.--- "ii.-.iiiw n v, mm at iwi sai ai me nvgnsiort.
of Hudson Tavlou Knt
402 AUT1IUUSUKlUKUU' 409
OAS AND STEAM FITTER,
402 D Street, bctweea Blxth and Seventh streets,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Orders for the above. named branches of bnt I a aba1I
clled nnd promptly attended to
nrscciass worn guarantoN ai the lowesl.posslbU
K P 11 K B Jl Jl K N T a .
TA. b.t ..J .k..D..I &.at.Mr.iit I W..II... t-
th.l uad.r K.pr...EUII.n U.U. U.iaUr. of
Cat tmi 1 l.ll.ri i ,i, HtT.l wltk .l.ad. AUk tor
, hJ qitlllr Ail moi.rAK .itM An .aipuud.
I""-" WM. ADAROM. fraprt.ter.
rpillB IBTOOIVK NOTICKTHATTHH
X abrib taa ,blAlat from lb, Otph...' Coart
ol VTAililailoa Maalj, la IA. Bl.ul.l , OolanklA.
Br ..' ""''IrrtlM oi IA. ptrtoaAlulaK of Jw
WAUrbarr.UUof lb, elljof K.w Tork, d.o..wt. All
paraoai batla, alaloi. afali.l lb. aall Jmu.1 an
bmkj ' waraal lo aiblbll Ik, aava, vllk Ik, Toa.k.r,
Ik.twf, u lb, lab.tiiUr, ,a or bofur, Ik, nbaarof
r .. ." "' 7.ioarwu, pt law M lllM
tlon All baaall of tba .Ud aiUla.
. OlTUuiai ai till tbl. ITUlArorHanb, A D,
MM. mVM-lwI.H MAHTB. oUAM