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lHE.NATIOKALREPUBUOAyt BDNESDAYMOBKINGt NOVEMBER 7, 1866.
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THE RETUBMS. s
Up to tie hoar of going to press (4 a. m.)
(be election returns generally vrere quite
.mail. Those of the "National Union parly"
. had not eren began to come in. Owing to
thelr'meagrenera and ont'ef charity we pott
pone all comment until to-morrow. Per
haps something in faror of onr party may
tnrn up before daylight. Never too lata to
be hopeful. In the meantime we are feeding
onr bantam rooster on "hard-tack," and
nursing the October leader.
Yesterday, elections were held in tweWe
States of the Union, as follows:
New York elected a Governor, Lieutenant
Governor, Canal Commissioner, Inspector of
State Prisons, thirty-one members of Con
gress, and members of the Assembly. Votes
were also cast for and against n constitu
New Jersey elected fire members of Con
gress. MassAcnrsrrrs elected State executive
officers, both branches of the Legislature, and
ten members of Congress.
Verkoxt elected a Representative to Con
gress, to fill a' vacancy.
Delawaee elected n Governor and one
member of Congress.
Maryland elected .five members of Con
press, and members of the legislature.
Micnuuit elected State officers and six
members of Congress.
ILluiois elected a State treasurer and su
perintendent of public schools, one member
of Congress from the State at large and thir
teen members from he districts into which
it is divided.
Wisconsin- elected six members of Con
gress. UiiiXEsoTA elected an auditor, a clerk of
the Snpreme Court, and two members of
Missouri elected nine members of Con
gress. Kaxsas elected an entire State ticket and
one representative to Congress.
Nevada elected State officers and one
member of Congress.
THE RESULT ".V NEW YORK
The Associated Press is silent respecting
the general result in the State of New York,
which looks as though there might bo some
donbt about the governorship. Wo have
heard that the New York Tribune claims
8.00P majority for Texton. It may be one
of those cases where you can't tell who is
Governor until two or three days after elec
"The Black Crook."
With a curiosity sharpened by the abund
ant praise and inflamed by the small blame
bestowed upon this great spectacular drama
and ballet, crowds are filling Niblo's Garden,
in New York, every evening except Sundays,
and every Saturday afternoon, to witness its
performance. The blame cost upon the piece
comes from a single newspaper, and the only
reply Manager WnEATLEv makes is to post
a couple of placards in the vestibule of the
theatre, bearing this announcement: "This
establishment does not advertise in the New
York Herald." The praises lavished upon
the piece proceed from the mouths of all ca
pable of appreciating the beautiful who wit
ness its representation.
We recently enjoyed an opportunity of
seeing the performance of the " Black
Crook," and looked in vain for the demoral
izing featurcs'so loudly talked of by certain
parties, and concluded that when Mayor
IIorrxAV, or any Mayor possessing common
sense, should suppress the piece he will also
shut np nil the "'show shops" in New York.
It was at a matinee, and the large audience,
made up almost entirely of families young
ladies with' their mothers and young brothers,
grand-parents with their curly-headed grand
children, etc. manifested no symptoms of
demoralization. The drama has a plot of
snuicicnt Interest to engage tho attention
from the rising of the curtain until the going
down thereof. Two lo crs are beset In their
path toward matromony by a wicked al
chemist and sorcerer, who has a plenty of
demons at his command; but his machina
tions are defeated by tho " Queen of the
Golden Realm," who has powerful sprites to
do her bidding. The struggle between good
and evil ends in the overthrow of the sor
cerer, the triumph of the hero, the happiness
of the heroine, and the general joy of all tho
good spirits in the company. An underplot
of low comedy, the characters in which are
admirably sustained, adds, together with
some excellent songs, to tho pleasant interest
of the drama.
In this piece the most costly and beautiful
stage machinery, scenery and costumes ever
seen in America are brought out, and a
ballet never equalled on our theatrical boards
do the light fantastic to most excellent music.
Tho interest of the whole is sknTully appor
tioned between tho acting, tho singing, tho
dancing and the magical scenes and trans
formations. The spectator is bound by a
spell In which the romantic and the beautiful
continually fill tho mind with emotions of
pleasure. The danseuses dress in Parisian
costumes, such as Celeste, Kllslfr, and other
eminent artists woro in tho days when our
fathers and mothers patronized them, but so
airy, graceful, fairy-like are they, and so
much are they absorbed in their cut, that
me idea of their nudity does not intrude It
self upon any decent person's thoughts.
The effects produced are so magical and
'wonderful that tho dancers seem like beings
of some other sphere, and, as tho splendors
qfjthe scenes of enchantment are unfolded
one by one, culminating in that most re
splendent transformation spectacle revealing
tho "Nl'mphs of tho Golden Realm" at the
close of the drama, the audience are awak
ened by the falling curtain from u delicious
dream. If tho piece were as naughty as It is
beautiful it would indeed deserve to be sup
pressed, but it is too beautiful to be naughty,
and we can assure our friends that they can
enjoy Its manifold attractions without tho
slightest detriment to their morals'.'
VINDICATED AT LAST. ,
Justice is sometimes slow, but sure. 'Col.
Albert J. Mtu, after Inventing and inducing
Congress to' 'adept" the system of military
signals used to successfully in the army dur
ing tho lato war, and afterMrvIng with our
best Generals' as chief of the Signal Corps,
and receiving their enthusiastic and unequiv
ocal Indorsement for his skill, gallantry and
great perseverance, he was retired upon a
false record, and after nearly two years of
untiring effort to obtain Justice has at last
received it at the hands of President John
box and Gen. Grant, and been fully restored
to his original position with back pay, we
NEW YORK CITY IN CONGRESS.
lion. Jons Moxrisset, lion. Firxahdo
Wood, and Hon. James JJrooes aro elected
to Congress from the metropolis of the Em
pire State. Hon. IIokacx Greelet would
have been elected If he had receive d 10,237
more votes than he got.
Dow to Avoid a Crowd.
"To-day, more than 125,000 registered per
sons must vote." JV. V.Trihunt, Clh inst.
"Tote early, and thus avoid a crowd." AT.
1". Tribune, tlh imt.
Shouldn't we liko to have seen one hun
dred and twenty-uvo thousand men, acting
upon G re t let's advice, in New York yester
day, and voting the first hour that the polls
were open, to "afoul a crowill" Tho old
Democratic motto "Vote early and vote
often" is much safer.
Gov. David S. Walker, of Florida, is se
rtoasl? 111 at Tallahassee.
Hon. Richard Jl. Daka, Jr., has resumed
the general praetlee of Uw la Boston.
Jossrii TniEitsT, the great scenic artist or
the Pull theatres, ll dead.
Se.iator Gctiirie, of Kentucky, though
eoavaleieent, is itlll confined to his hoaie.
Georoe Wilkiss Kexdall, formerly of the
New Orleans riatyune, ll at Willardi'.
Maj. Gex. Watkixs and family, of Ken
tack, ore t the Ebtltt.
Rev. Geo. T. Wiluamsok, Episcopal clcr
ejmsn, Is nnder examination In New York for
picking a ladj's pocket In a street car.
Jonx Maket, of Cincinnati, aged 51 years,
dropped deed while llgbtlog Us olgtr last Friday.
Commander R. Tow.xse.vd, of the United
States steemer Wachnsetts, died at CMnMug,
China from innitroke, aboat three moathi ago.
Col. Rcssell, of tho 11th United States
Infantry, died of cholera at tho St. James Hotel,
Cincinnati, a few day. ego.
Edward Morris, tho lad who murdered
all playmate a few days ago, In Cincinnati, hai
been admitted to bail in the earn of $1,000
Prixce Mauricf, of Hanau, son of the
lata Elector of llesio, dispossessed by BUmsrek,
bai entered the Pnutlan army with the rank of
Major A. M. Haskell, late chief-of-staff of
the rebel Oon. Van Dora, and the well-known army
oorreipondent "Comanche," of the LToaatoo our
nal, died on the 0th of lest month.
Mart Richards, a little girl of eight years,
wee caught in the machtnary of an oil well at
Stryker, William, county, a few days ago, and in-
jared eo that ihe died in a few moments. Ae ehe
felt benelf drawn by the machine, the screamed for
her "mamma," and died with the woid opon her
Mr Chas. X. Tim-i died recently in New I
Orleanl lie bad a fondnoM for travel and adren
ture, and for mineralogy, lie discovered the oil
depoeltl at IontifeUen, California, bat felling to
intereit capitalists be went South, and was sup
posed to be deed. Ife wee engaged in examining
the mlnerel reiouroee of Louiilana end Tezae, had
perfected hif arrangements with Northern capital.
iiti, and was abont to develop the wealth which he
bad discovered, when he died. The New Orleans
papers, with reason, cooslder his death "a sertons
calamity to the South."
Ilox. John Bioelow, our Minister to
France, writes to a friend In London, sylng:'"l
left my library and its tranquil joys very reluct
antly In 1661, and I have long yearned to get back
to them. In political honors I find no reward!
which compensate for the time they absorb and the
'prtratlone they Impose. Besides, I havo eertaln
cherished literary projects to which I am Impatient
to return. The only questions for which possibly
my experience here might have been useful was
folly disposed of, so ftr as this legation was con.
eerneJ, months ago, and before I asked to bo re
MUSICAL AMD DRAMATIC.
Miss Lotta began an engagement at the
Continental Theatre, Boston, on Monday.
Tiis IUchingB English Opera Troupe arc
meeting with gratifying saooeis in Klcnmond.
We learn that Wall's Opera House is to
be opened with a superior dramatic company in a
abort time, and that several atari of the flret mag
nitride will play engagementi there daring the
Mad. Ristori will resume her engage
ment! In New York on Monday next at the French
Theatre, and eUe a season of eight performance!.
two of which wlllle la Brooklyn She will play
"Adrlenne Leooimeur." "Pia deTolmle." and
"Deborah," Bhe will alao gtre one erenlng of
recitation! at Die to way uau.
Mr. AcorsTiv J. Dalt has constructed a
play out of Mr. Charles HeadVs novel of 'Griffith
Gaunt," which ll to be produced at the New York
Theatre, for the flrit time, on Wednesday erenlng
Mr. Q, IC Mortimer, specially engaged for the pur
pose, will peraonate Griffith, while Miai Rose
Ey tinge, alao apec tally engaged for the purpose. will
The hastily-declared proposition to im
peach President Johnson at the next session
of Congress meets with hut little favor at
the hands of both tho radical and conserva
tive press of tho Republicans in this vicinity,
and we must therefore take it for granted
that the public sentiment of New England
will never indorse a measure so dangerous
to the peace of the country. The lioston
Transcript, the most radical paper of this
Htatc, takes decided grounds against such a
step, and declares that those persons who
urge impeachment are not tho-wisest Repub
licans nor the safest tnildes of public Benti-
raent. Tho Boston Daily Advertiser, Uos
ton Traieller, Springfield Hepublican, and
Ncwhuryport Herald, as well as many of the
Republican journals of Maine and Vermont,
hate alio expressed themselves as opposed
to the measure, so that the opponents of tho
President, in this section of the country at
least, would seem to he very far from being
unanimous on the subject; and if wo take
into consideration the fact that those who
first broached the matter say little or noth
ing about it just now, and the additional fact
that tho central und western States are more
conservative than New England, wo think it
may be Bafely predicted that the project will
fall through, and that its friends in the ncit
Congress will only reprceent a very small
minority, if, in fact, it finds any one possessed
of sufficient conrage, In opposition to public
sentiment, to draw the bill.
This being tho case, and quite apparent to
tho great mass of thinking minds, we think
the sooner tho matter Is dropped altogether
In public discussions, the better It will be for
the peace and prosperity of the country, es
pecially as Its further discussion can now
only bcrvc as matter for Irritation between
the parties represented bv the President and
Congress. uiarlestown Mat$.) Advtrtiwi
I Feu.) Pencil and Ncl-mor.
TwatKTT-routt cholera permits were Issued
In Clnetnnatt laat Friday. ,' 'J
GoT.WAkpoNew Jeney; hot appointed"
Thnriday, NoTembef IB m Thanksgiving Bay.1 I
Th Wife of W. B. Tenbroke wu' choked
nearly to death by a rattan In Chtetgo, named
Patrick Comfort, last Friday eienlng,
TnKcholerahas disappeared from Chicago.
Baring the month of October then were 1,065 eaecs
and 347 deaths from cholera to the city,
Sitextkxn cents was the top price for beef
eattle 1 the Hew York market on Monday. Good
matures wen sold fronTsliteen to that aad a half.
The Capitol gates were pointed oat yes
terday to a Frenchman Juit arrived In the city. H
nodded approvingly 'and nald, "Out gates. Cafee
tall" Eight theatres havo been burned In Lon
don etnee 1841, and to thU day how the fin was
caused lo any one of them has never been made
Tni Memphis Commercial and the Mom
phli Arg$ have been united, under the name of
the Memphis Commercial and At gut. Boon Trous
dale Is the leading editor.
A nousi was rented in Minnesota "till cold
weather," and during the Ian cold snap the oeou
pier received notice to quiet. lie refused went
to court, and the court decided that eold weather
does not coma till the first of December.
Tin be Is some mystery respecting tho
death of Major Lloyd, of Texas, found dead la bed
at tbe Ctty Hotel, New Orleans, lately. It Is re
ported that he had $20,000, which has not been
Tux citizens of Nashville tendered Gen.
Thomas a grand complimentary banquet pnvtous
to his leaving for Lovlavtlle to take up his head
quarters there, but he declined because of Impera
tire duties Interfering.
Tatlob DsroT, at Nashville, the largest
Government depot of supplies in the United States,
containing, several times during the war, $60,000,
000 worth of commissary stores, Is being torn down
A law exists In Germany to prevent
drinking on tbe Sabbath daring Blvlne service.
It runs thus. "Any person drinking In an ale house
during serrlce on Sunday, or other holiday, may
legally depart without paying."
Fivr officers of the Japanese navy arc now
stopping at the Metropolitan Hotel, New York.har-
Ing come to this country for the purpose of studying
tbe language, customs and army and navy systems
of the United States.
Tits contested case relative to the will of
Madame Jumel vu called In the Supreme Court,
Circuit, yesterdayi but as counsel vu not ready to
proceed, It was postponed until to-day, when the
trial will positively be commenced. A grand array
of counsel Is engaged on both sides.
At Liberty, Illinois, at a political meet'
log on Thursday, after the speaking was over, a
drunken bully assaulted a little drummer and com'
meneed choking him, when the drummer drew Ml
knife and severed the Jugular vein of the bully, and
let his life run out. The drummer has not been
Major Harris and Frank Bukhart were
playing cards on the Bam. Orr, near Paducab,when
Harris' pistol was accidentally discharged In his
pocket, the ball tearing his eleeve and entering the
body of Bukhart near the pit of tbe stomach, tear
ing upward, and lodging near the heart, close to
the ribf. As the ball does not seem to bar struck
any rltal part, hopes an entertained of his recov
ery. : It is reported in St Louis among Fenians!
mat anemisaary sent irom uueago to loronio to
I ascertain the chances of reaeutng Lynch and Me
I Mahonfrom jail, baa returned and reported that
the prisoners aro surrounded by two thousand Brit
ish regnlari, and no chance of rescue exists. The
story runs that a plot for that purpose had been
formed, but Is now abandoned, and the excitement
there ll subsiding.
Tub Merchants' Union Express Company
are doing a lively and an Increasing business in
New York, Boston, and the JVeitern cities, and are
extending their lines in erery direction. The mer
chants find their freight promptly attended to and
losses promptly adjusted, and therefore they are
offering the new company alt tbe encouragement
they can give. The Boston office Is already doing
aaplendld business. ,
One of the most important journals of
Sweden, the Aflonhladtt, of Stockholm, speaks of a
reaction which has Juat taken place In that country
in favor of Prussia. It la known that In Sweden
there exists a numerous and powerful party, bear
log tbe name of Scandlnarlanlsts, which seeks to
unite under the same sceptre tbe three Northern
Kingdoms. ThU party aaks whether It would not
be for Its interests to draw near to a country which,
like Italy, holds out an example, and to whlob, be
sides, a commualty of origin, opinion and manners,
attaches to It. Frusais, It will be teen.ls alluded to.
Tint Nashville Press of Thursday says :
" General Thomas will leare us for Louisville on
Mondsy night, a change of his headquarters tetbat
city having been ordered. Tennessee, and especi
ally Nashville, owes a heayy debt of gratitude to
uenerai loomaa. iiu aoio oiiposmon, nis prompt
energy and his wise forecast, eared thli metropolis
from capture and pillage less than two years ago
He has greatly endeared himself to our people, not
only by his noble personal qualities, but also by his
magnanimous conduct during all the eventful exi
gencies of his command of this military depart
The Associated Praia.
The following dispatches will explain themselves
TO ALL AOElfTS AMD CORHKBPOKDEHTS 0? Till AS
Please to take notice that Mr. D. U. Craig has
been discharged from the General Agency of tbe
New York Associated Press by the unanimous vote
of the members.
Mr. James W, SlmonUn has been appointed
General Agent, and due attention wilt be given to
bli dlipatebe! aa aueh agent. VT. C. Prime,
of tbe Journal of Commerce, President.
Joskph P. Beach, of the N. Y. Sun, Secretary.
RIPLT or MB. D. II CRAIG.
New York. Nov. 0. 1806 To all Ed it on and
Agentiotht Aitoeiated Prew I hare read the
notice Bent orer the wires this evening, signed by
Messrs Prime and Beach, and pronounce Us as
sertions utterly and Infamously false.
I bare not been discharged unanimously nor at
all. My responsibility Is to tbe Executive Com
mittee and to tbem only, and they bare not and
will not unite In tbe lying assertions of Prime and
It Is true that I hare, for some weeks past,
beaded a movement here to remodel and Improve
oar Association, as you will learn from my printed
circular, now on Us way to you, and It Is alio true
that all these arrangements are completed and will
go Into effect next Monday.
My resignation has been In tbe bands of the Ex.
eeutiTe Committee for sereral weeks, and whether
acoepted or not I should have retired at tbe end of
this week, at which time, as I bare reason to be
lieve, every agent or reporter of the Association
will earnestly co-operate In tbe new movement,
which, I assure you, Is started with tbe most ample
backers, and Ms result! will largely promote the In
terest of all the papers outside of this city, and I
shall confidently hope for your earneit approval.
V. 11. URAIO,
General Agent N Y. Associated Press.
Konni and Hoi'Tii. If tho South pcriili,
let none think that tho North can live. If
one die, both will die. They are bound to
gether by a ligament stronger, more vital,
and more irremovable than that of the twins
of Biain. Let one become a dead body, aad
the ligament, decaying and putrefying, day
by day, back, back, back Into tho bowela
and to the heart of tho still living form, will
soon finish the work of rottenness and
death. Lou itviUe Journal.
The National RcpiblniB,
EUROPE, VIA GABLE.
FORTY AMERICANS .MURDERED.
Tho Fruisian Army in Saxony.
& Cable to the Associated Press.
LiTEitrooL, Nov. 6. Tho steamship Bel
gian, from Quebec, has arrived at London
derry. Loudon, Nov. C An American vessel
the General Sherman got ashore at Coria,
China, and 40 persons on board were mur
dered by the natives.
Birlin, Not. C It is said tho Prussian
army In Saxony has been ordered to bo de
mobilized. YixxvjL, Nov. 6. The project for military
reform In the Austrian service includes uni
versal liability to eerve in the army, tbe uso
of breech-loading arms, and other measure?.
London. Not. 6. Earl Derby encouraged
the deputation on the subject of the Nicara
LiTKnpooL, Nov. 6, a. m. Cotton market
to-day quite active, Indicating a total day's
pale of 13,000 bales of Middling Uplands at
London.Nov. 6. Consols for money 89 1-4.
American securities are quoted as follows:
V. S. 5-208, 68 14 ; Erie shares, 51 j Illinois
Central, 7G 34.
Berlin, Nov. 6. A royal decree reduces
the Prussian force In Saxony to a peace foot
London, Nov. C. Tho rumor of an allianco
of Spain with Brazil against Paraguay Is de
LiTBBPOoia, Not. 6 eTcning. Te market
for breadstuff is easy. Corn 34s. 3d. for
mi if J western. Pork tends downward.
Manchester, Nor. 6. Tho market for
wool and yarn is dull.
London, Not. 6 evening. Consols for
money, 89 1-2. Erie, 60 1-2; U. S. 5-20's, C8
14; Illinois Central, 76 34.
Maximilian's Kilt from Hexlco.
COXSCXATI OF TEI TJITin STATIS OF llf IBICA, )
Vma Cass, Oct. 34, ISM.
Sib I have the honor to Inform yon that Max
imilian left the city of Mexico on Monday, the 22d
instant, en route for Ortsava.
ThU day, acondueta containing 1,500,000 hard
silver dollars arrived here from the city of Mexico.
There are now some 1,000 troops of the French
expedition in this city, and I am Informed that
some 2,000 more are located on the road between
Ortsava and this city.
With much respect, your most ob't serv't,
E. H. Savlxieb, Acting U. B. Consul,
lion. Wm, H. Sew A ed, Secretary of EtaU.
Cosaaccratlon of tho Btehop of Iu1aUe
New Orlzaes, Nor. fi. The Episcopal Blahops
of Vermont. Alabama, and Mississippi have ar
rived, and will consecrate to-morrow Rev, J. P. B.
IWUmer, as Bishop of Louisiana, in place of Bishop
vrilmer armed this erenlng
Brutal Blurder la Columbia County. New
York A IVomsm Beaten to Deaf It by her
Alb ast, Nor. 6. .The inquest la the case of
airs. Alien, wno was muraereu in Aagnkanio, Co
lumbia county, vu continued until Saturday. The
evidence was of the most revolting character, show
ing that the murder was committed by her husband,
John II, Allen lie had been in the habit of pom
melius her and correetlts! her until about a week
ago, when he, without any apparent motive, used a
ciDo io luuici puniiomenc, ana sunsequeniiy
stamped on her to such an extent that she died.
Two of his children were present during this action,
one of whom was twelve Tears of ace and the other
nine. After completing the fiendish act he held the
ciuo in me nre to ourn on tne biooa ana natr, no
alarm was riven by tbe children, but In tbe morn
ing it was discovered by some neighbors, who called
In. Suspicion originated before the coroner's lurr
of death by another cause, but an examination of
tne Doay aisciosea us groundlessness. Alien is now
in Columbia county jail, awaiting trial in January.
It is alleged by bis friends that be Is insane, but it
Is not generally believed.
Mexico, California, and China.
San Fbaeciico, Nov. 5 Letters from General
Mantergo, commander of (he Aeapuleo, to the
Mexican Imperial Consul, bearing date of October
27, says notblog of the capture of Caxate, and
statu that Sutter, tbe Acting Amerioan Consul, Is
fully implicated as being the medium of corre
spondence between the Liberals In SaoFraacIsoo
China news to September 1st says the funeral of
Captain Townsend, of the steamer Waohuaett, was
Cocaix Cbhca The rebels still occupy Taymln
and Tromborg, and only await the approach of the
It U stated that W. J. Walker, U. S. Internal
revenue agent for the Faclfio coast, has been In
dicted for malfeasance In office.
A Supposed Kxpreaa slobber Arrested.
Chicago, Nov. 4 -.Officer C. O'Calltgan on Frldey
arrested a man in this city who, it is believed, re
cently robbed an, express company in Massachu
setts of the sum of $27,000. The arrest was made
made on a telegram from Boston received by Capt.
Hickay a few days ago from the Chief of Police of
mat city, ine person arrested is James Bhaw,
alias Colbert, alias Calvert, and he answers exactly
tbe description sent from Boston. lie was taken
before tho Police Court In the afternoon, and at
Capt. Ulokey'a request, vu bound over in tbe sum
of $30,000 to await Intelligence from the East,
The prisoner was quite talkative, but refused to
peak of hla alleged exploit.
11 alii-A i, Nov. flThs steamship Java baa r.
Parliament has been further prorogued to Norem
Mr. Snyder, the Inventor of the breaehloadlng
rifle bearing bis name, and whose ease was attract
ing considerable attention, died suddenly on tbe
The cattle plague returns had dwindled down to
only 24 cases in one week.
Admiral M under will succeed Sir James Hope lo
command of the North American station
The short-time movement among the Lancashire
cotton manufacturers is making progress, and indi
cated a large decrease In production.
From South America.
Rio Janeiro, via Lomdox, Nov, o There was
a great battle at Curuguaty, Paraguay, on the 22d
ult The gunboats engaged the fort, the allied
storming columns, against storms of grape and
musketry, nobly took tbe first line, but failed to
hold It, and retired with a loss of nearly 0,000 men.
Boreril gunboats were disabled In the fight.
k lores bad gone to Montevideo witn toe reit or
There was great excitement. Operations are
suspended for the present.
It Is supposed that twenty persons perished by
the burning of the steamer Hungary.
Flrt la Maehvllle Ioea S03.O00,
Kasuville, Terk., Nov, fi. At half past ten
o'clock last nlgbt an extensive fire broke out In
the wholesale grocery store of James Walker, In
volving Adler's clothing store next door, Broadway
Varieties above, and the grooery house of Blood,
Gregory A C. adjoining.
Walker's loss Is 30,000j insured $21,000. Ad
ler's loss ts $30,000 Insured $20,000. Variety
Theatre building. loss $23,000, Insured $1,600.
Mr. Ti Us, proprietor of the Varietlis, loaes $7,000;
insured $1,000 JILoae of B.ood, Gregory A Co. was
mainly by water, and Is fall corered by laturanoe.
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MASSACHUSETTS RADICAL . ENTIRE.
TWO NEGROES EliEOTED-
Maryland Strongly Democratic.
NEW JERSEY REPUBLICAN
LITTLE MANGE IN THE GENERAL RESULT,
Ifew York dec 1 1 on
Niw Yoke, Nov. 6 The Second ward gives
Hoffman 133 majority a Democratic loss of 13,
New Voar, Nov, 0 The returns fiom all but
one district give Hoffman 70,859, Fenton 33,234 a
Democratic majority of 46,425.
New Toee, Nov. 6 In the Sixth district, Bpen.
oer, (Rep.,) for Congress, 2,673; Stewart (Dem.)
3,004; Stevenson (Independent) 353. In the Sev
enth district, Stelnbrenner (Rep.) 6,742; Chanler
(Dem) 10,498. In the Ninth district. Darling
(Rep.) 7,701; Wood (Dem ) 9,124. Dutobesi eounty
gives a Republican majority of from 1,300 to
1,400. The Republican majority last yearwas 700.
New Yoke, Nov. 6 Cattaraugus county gtres
2,100 Republican majority.
NewYobk, Nov. 6 Onondaga gtres 8,000 Re
McCantry (Union) Is elected to Congress.
Cortland eounty gives 1,842 Republican majority.
Monro gives 1,800 Republican majority,
Oswego gives 3,000 Republican majority.
In the Fourth Congressional district Greeley re
ceived 3,717; Fox (Dem.) 14,003.
Saratoga gives 1,000 Republican msjorlty.
NbwYobe, Nov. 0.RIebmond county, 1,029
Domoeratlo majority a Democratic loss of 300.
Orange county, 700 Republican majoritya
large Republican gain.
Bteuben county, 2,200 majority about tbe lam
as In 1864.
In tbe Eighth Congressional district, Cannon,
Rep , 7,604; Brooks, Dem., 12,867.
In the Fifth Congressional district, Elliot, Rep ,
,2,292; Morrissey, Dem., 0,151; Taylor, Dem,
The Sixth Congressional district should be as
follows: Spencer, Rep., 0,981; Stewart, 9,440, Ste
Delaware, Nov. 0. Scattering returns from
Wilmington show a Republican loss of 80 and in
Newcastle of 280.
Christiana glres Riddle (Rep) 187 majority i
Republican gain of 92.
Boston, Nor. 6. The Republicans elect eleven
Congressmen a full delegation.
Butler has nearly 6,000 majority, and Banks
nearly 6,000 majority.
Bostok, Nov. 6 A large vote was polled to-day
la tbe election of State officers, members of Con
gress and Legislature.
Returns from 130 towns, which gave Bullock
37,000 majority at the last election, glres htm this
year from 65,000 to 70,000 majority.
These 130 towns elect 130 Republicans to the
Hear Jersey Election
TnsETOir, N. J , Nov. 6 Returns come In
steadily, and the Indications are that the Republi
cans hare carried the Qtate In both branches of the
Legislature and Congressmen, Tbe Second district
Is In doubt, but the probabilities are in fax or of
Chemung county gives 800 Republican majority.
Montgomery glres 80 Republican majority.
New Jxnsar, Nor. 0, Haddon towoshlp, Cam
den county, glres a Republican majority of 116.
New Jebset, Nor. 0. Hammonton, Atlantic
county, gives Moore (Rep.) 161 majority.
New Jebsev, Nov. 6. Delaware township,
Camden county, gives a Republican majority of
39 the same as last year.
New Jtnaar, Not. 0 Brldgeton, Cumberland
county, gives 125 Republican majority. Two other
townships In the same county give a Republican
majority of 182.
Camden county Trenton township gives 20
Gloucester county Greenwich township glres 105
New Tebssv, Nov. 6 In tbe First district, At
lanta city gives 28 Republican majority for Con
gross. Egg II arbor 80 Kepubllcan majority. Union
township 105 Republican majority. Camden city
glres 290 majority; a Republican gain of 40. In
the Third district, Warren township gtres Sit
greares (Dem.) 73 majority.
New Jerset, Nov. 6 Tbe Republican ticket is
elieted in Camden by 275 to 300 majority.
As far as heard from there are large Union gains
in the State.
Mr. ColliDgs, In the Third district, is elected by
222 majority over lest year.
New Jans et, Nov. 6 Morris eounty gives 600
majority for Hill (Rep ) for Congress, over Rogers,
New Jersey, Nor. 6 Newark gives Halssy.
(Rep.) for Congress, 1,500 msjorlty.
New JxRSEr, Nov. 6. Cape May county gtves
300 Republican msjorlty for Congress.
Baltimore, Nov. 6 Without hearing from the
other portions of the State, the result or tbe elec
tion In this city Indicates that the Demoorats and
Conservatives united will have In the next legisla
ture fifteen Senators to nine Republicans, and In
the House fifty fire Conservatives to twenty-five
Republicans a dear majority on Joint ballot of
BALTiyoaE. Nor. 6. The election paued off
quietly. Incomplete returns Indicate that the Con
servatives bare carried tbe city,
Baltimore, Nov. 6 Havre do Grace gives John
L. Thomas, for Congress, 42 majority) a Republi
The Second ward gtres Thomas (Rep,) 177 ma
jority. Tbe Fourth ward gtres Thomas 14 majority.
The Fifth ward gives Archer, (Dem ,) for .Con
gress, 79 majority.
The Seventh ward gives Archer (Dem ) 180 ma
jority. Tbe Eighth ward glvea Phelps, (Oonssrvatlve,)
fur Congress In the Third dl.ajtt.ct, 160 majority.
Tbe Ninth ward gives Phelps 11 msjorlty.
The First wardgtvsi Archer, (Dem,) for Con
gress, 119 majority.
The Third ward gives John L. Thomas 76 ma
Tbe Sixth ward glres Arcber 60 majority.
Mr. Thomas, It is believed, Is defeated.
Baltimore, Nov. G. The seven lower wards,
forming part of the Second Congressional district,
glres a majority for Archer (Dem) of 171 over
Thomas, (Rep )
Tbe thirteen upper waidi of the city, composing
tbe Third Congressional c'litrtot, return as follows
Tenth ward, Fhelpe 120 majority; Eleventh wsrd,
Phelps 23 majority; Twelfth ward gives Phelps 26
majority; Nineteenth ward gives Stewart 55 major
ity; Thirteenth ward gives Phelps 25 majority.
Phelps ts undoubtedly elected over Stewart, Re
publican Baltimore, Nov. 0. Phelps (Conservative) is
re-elected In the third dlstrlot, composed of the
thirteen upper wards, by 073 majority over J, T,
Stewart, the Republican candidate.
Tbe Conservatives havo oarrted all the legisla
ture and senatorial dlstrlots of the city, which will
glvo them a msjorlty In tbe Legislature.
Baltimore Nov. 0 Archer's majority la Har
ford county, Is all the di trteti except Havrt-dV
tiraoe, la 1,027 The conservative) delegate tick.
is sleeted by BOO mejoiityy Ny
BiLtiMoai. Nor. ft JWan
eonnlles, eomprtilo titt fourth
trlet, IndtoaW the re .eleotton of
folly two thoissad majority,
Wlacoaaltt Blectlow T
MiLWiDKta, Nov. $ Io theFlrti Cotjgrteslonai
district, Paine has 3,000 majority over Brown,
In the Second district, Hopkins II Sleeted. -
In the Third district, Colt Is elects! J(-f
In tbe Fifth district, Sawyer Is elected?
In tbe Sixth district, Wsshburns Is elected.
They are all Republicans.
In tho Fourth district, Eldrtdge (Dem.) Is el w ted
by about 3,000 majority. a , , ,
Both houses of the Legislature will be strongly
Republican by an Increased majority. The Repub
lican gains are very heavy all over tht State.
Delaware Bltotloa. -
WiLMiEoroE, Nov. 6 Returns indicate heavy
Republican losses, and Saulsburr , le evidently
elected Governor aad Nicholson to'Con$t?
uxlawabi, Hor. q-Wilmington any gives aw
Union majority. ,"'""" '
Newcastle county gives 192 majority a lots la
the whole eounty of 273. 4
Missouri, Nov. 6. Oca. riles. (Rep.) Is elected
to Congress over. Mr. Uogan, the present member,
In tha First district., This Is a Republican gain.
Missouri, Nov. 6 B. F. Loan has bean re
elected to Congress In the Seventh dlstrlot.
Eabsas, Nov. fl.Topeka elects the Republican
ticket Clarke has for Congress 650 majority.
nmei tIletlM In Vtalilmart.
Baltimore, Nov. 6. .Whilst a large crowd oi
both parties was gathered In the vicinity pfiha
newspaper omoes io near tne returns. onsieraie
rioting took place, and" pistols were used 'One
man, named Augustus Talbot formerly a member
of tbe City Council, And belonging to the .radical
party was shot, and, It Is thought, fatally
Tiro Legtslatora of Color Elected n Staaa
Bo it on, Nov. 6 Two colored men art elected
to the Legislature one In Charlestown and ona In
Later and fuller returns do -not alter the resv.lt
as Indicated In previous dispatches.
Rochester, N. Y., Nor. '5 The woolen factory
of O. Bennett, at Albion, Orleans oounty, was to
tally destroyed by fire yesterday morning. Loss
$10,000; Insurance $5,000. '
Pobtlahd, Not. 5 .The house, stont stable and
granary of Jeremiah Bortlett, at Bock's Mills, Me ,
were burned Friday morning. Loss from $10,000
to $12,000; Insured two thirds in New York offices.
DeAtu or William Burr.
Bos t ok, Nov. 6 William Burr, agent for tbe
Free Will Baptist printing establish ment, and one
of our most prominent cltTsens, died suddenly this
morning of apoplexy.
Baltimore Market e.
Baltimore, Nov. 6 Wheat dull and drooping.
Corn steady. Oats firm at 65a66s. Flour inactive;
Western Spring, $13al3.75. Provisions dall. Cut
Meats scarce. Sugars very quiet. Coffee steady;
sales of Rio at 18al90. Whlsky nominal.
New Yobe, Nor. 6 Cotton firm. Floor dull.
Wheat quiet and firm. Com dull. .Pork heavy.
Lard dulL Whisk? steady.
Arreats for Maltreat Uc pfegroee
Looistillb, Ky , Nov. 6.-Elght men "were ar
Tested at Warsaw, oa Saturday, for. robbing and
maltreating negroes, and are nowt In our military
Death at fllmson nrancrj'
New York, Nov, 6 Tha announcement of the
death of Simeon Draper was only premature. He
died this morning.
OTOVES I STOVES 1 1 STOVES ! I 1
1UNOES!, RAITGESt RAHOIBt
FURNACES! IPRHACMI JOHHACESI
W. D. WTVIM. nil BIMOVED TO H 400 PUS
8YLVAHIA AYK1VUS, HIXT TO COKNKK '
OF rOUK-ANO-A-JULF STREET.
HT.ag a lartely-laereased stock, be la prepared to tell
cheap for cash erery ''
PARLOR, HEAT1HU, AMD COOK1AQ STOVES.
LiUit and moit approved patters.
bKITOH a HEATERS,
For one and twe atorits.put up la the bait meaner.
I'aucenyet rr. v. rr i viijIj'o,
No. 400 FeaasTlTaata areeae.
Btweea roor-a&d-a-half and Sixth its.
DEPARTMENT OP THE INTERIOR,
TJiriThs iTAtse Patixt Orrioi,
wAiaivaTOX, uci. -a, 1000.
Oa the petition of Ilarrey Herca, ef Lebanon, ltew
llamtaht. nriTlnr for lha exUaslon of a vateat
gTiated to him theltthdsyof Juae, 1803, for an Im
proTtnmni nop ticim, lor twTa jwtra irom in ju
ration of aatd patent, wblta takes plate oa the 14th day
of Jane, 1687;
It U ordered that the eaU petition be heard at the
Patent Office on MOHDAY, the dth day of May
next, at 12 o'clock m andaUperMns are aotlfled to
appear and aaow cause, If any they have, why said petU
tlon oat ht not to be f ranted.
Fsnona ODDOtlnr the ovientloa era reaalr
the Patent Office their objections, specially tot forth ta
writing, at least fueniy dart before the day of heartas;
all tutimony filed by either party, to be need at the
aald hearur, must be taken and transmitted la accord
aaee with the rulee of the office, which will fee far
nUbed oa application. f.
Depositions and other papers, relied upon aa testi
mony, must be Sled la the office twtnty dare before tbe
day of hearing t the arguments, if any, within fan daye
Ttar til In b tha ttlmonT.
Ordered, alio, that this notice be pnbllihed la the
KirFBiicijr ana toe national tnumgtnctr, vraaninf
tarn. D. C. and la the Granite State Pre Prut. Leb
anon, New Hampshire, once awoek for three sueeessire
weeks; the first of sail publications to be at least sixty
aaya previous io me aay oi Bearing.
T. O. TBEAKER,
l?AnmleulaBetP enf Patent.
P. 8. EJUorsof tbe above ipapere will pleoee eoprf
ana una tntir Dim to tne rateni un.ee wua a paper
containing mia nonce. ner-iawsw
EPAUTMENT OF THE iKTEBIOB,
Dkitbd Staves Patixt Orr tea,
WllfffBTOsT. Oct. 80. 1M9.
On tbe petition of. George W. Brown, of Galeabnrg,
Ulleols, praylngor the extension of a patent granted
io aim tne a asy oi rent-nary, icuu.eoa (-i-d
! in fl J .( ..I....! Bantasnriat 11 . iHrUt.
sua. til. swo, auu eeBsi niee.eis ...-. - ----.
tn fire d.Tlilonoj.on foarof which -'oxteneloA U now
prayed Tor, rist on numbers lua", ivsi, iwan, ana luay.
for in imnrovcraBBt in Iced Planters, for MTn veari
from tbe ezfiratloa of sold patent, which takes place
on tne 2d air oi renreeri-, laos i
It ! nrilarad thtt lha llld Hat
Patent Ofllee on MONDAY, the Slit day af Jannarj
n.it. at 12 o'clock m. t and aU.Dsrsois are notlflsd to
appear and show cease, if aaT thej bare, why eald
tiailtliiB Aniht ant la Wt eTteXBtai
tlllWa OOftteJ BOI . BfftBIBU.
Persons opposing the eilensloa are required to ale la
thalr oLUctloni. DeclaUT eat forth la
wrltlog, at least twentydijt before the day of haarlas
nil testimony tiled by either psrtr, to be o.td at the
fwld biarlng, mail be taken and transmitted la ueord
ence with the rales of tbe office, which will be far
alsbed en application.
DannaltlnBl and othar tonDari. Tailed TJDOtt as twtl
mony, tamt be sjled la the oDse twenty days before tbe
day of bearing t the argatfieats, If any, within ten days
alter filing tbe testimony.
Ordered, alio, that this notlee be patllihed la tbe
BiKBLioiir and tbe Intelligencer, Washington, D. C.
auu at mi nurriiit e,vstrsir rwa, a isasvatvai, siatuvta.
one a weak for three sneeeislTe weaks,the first of
ata paDiicaiioni io oe at leainixir nr wwui 19
tbedaforsiaarlng. T. U. TUBAKXU,
OomuUaloaer of Patent.
P. B. Idltors of tbe above papers wilt pleueeopy,
aad send their bills to the Pateal Ofllee with a papei
containing this notta aoT-waw
KPAUTMKNT OF TUB IEBIOR
Dnirio Sravss FIvmt pntoi,
WitR!iATa. Oetobtr 3. lSae.
OntL DatlHoitornofcrtW.Andra.of Stafford V tile.
Conn , prtylog for the extension of a paUal granUd te
him on the 18th day of January, 1SU, for aa lmprore
meat In Operating tbe Treadles of Looms, for serea
years from theeiplratloaof said pateat, whlsh takes
place oo tbe 18th dayof Janvsry, 1B7,
It Is ordered that tbe nil patltloube heard At tbe
Patent Office on MO H DAT, tbe Slat day of December
next, at 13 o'clock m, aoiaUparaoas are notltedto
appear and show canie, u aay tuey &aTe,waj sfia pe
tltlon nnirril nal ta h vrnrntad.
Persouaoppoilngtheextenalon are reonlred to file In
the Pateat Office their objections, epecUUy set forth la
writing, at leaat tvxnty days before tbe day ef bearing 1
all testimony Iliad by either party, to Unsad at tbe said
hearing, unit be taken and transmitted la accordance
with tbe rntss of tbe office, wbleb will be famished oa
Deposition and other papers, relied npoa as tsstl
mony. most be filed la tbe office itetnty days before tbe
day of bearlngithargnusnts,lf any, wilal&ffn days
ar nung in (oai.mony, , .
Ordered, alia tfatt tlitm notice L Dabllihad tn the Bl
ppalioAsT and tb IntelUaencer. Washins ton. D O.. and
la the Courant, llartford. Coin, once a week for
three socoeeilve wseks tbe first of sold pabUsetloai to
v ai iveai hit aeje preTiva " " .sia-,
T. O. tlll-KIB,
Cemmiialoaer of Patents.
P, fi. Kdltorsef theater paprewtU. pta eopft
and sead their bUls to the Paleat Office, with, m paper
eoaiaiaiag ibis nonce. vcvtftwp
nps vaomae oy
BtruTsiit Bran, I
.1 Infdttoatlin has been nittrti it tbk Dfi.
Jiahmrat-from Mr.-Ji HiMcOotuvtlM '
Consul ot'ttM'Unlted Btatoi'at OaWrPiro,
of tVe doalV tm'tfce lOtVorMif riBW Jt$
drerb'ttird pi,-6f FMJUicfftiojir-jSj
ui-.et.-i my Daraaraeurrof BfAn,eV.
WUtrttK Jjm V,!Mf (; ft
partmenWfroia MrJ. ,UMcCoixiiT, .tte
Consul or the United States at Callao, Fern,
of the death, onjthoU4th of n1y,'l86,jt
Chincha Islands," r.AKDiHsoK.
i( -j r -' Dipaanas o Bran, ,
1. Wisauotoa, Horestkaf I; 1WVi 1 1
Information .has Wn receircd at this De
partment .from. Mr.. J.iJI. ;,McCotlfT, ihe
Consul or the United States at OaUao, Para,
orthe'dcath'bn the lSlh'of SetembeiylMf,
at tho Hospital, Callao, of Bcssiu. likiia
( IS - r " r-' " ...
it) - - ssratsutw suts,i
Kii.e ..Wisiito, BoremVerl, UN. . I ;
Information-has been recelred at tab .De
partment, from Mr. J. II. McOoiurrvtbe
Gonial of the JJnlted SUtea'at Callao; Pent,
of the death, on, tho 29th of August, J8M,
at the Hospital, Callao,' of Sttum KBorias.
'' ''n i . J ,n 'ji a
JtiWY7-,jltfleHjs. 3 -
Detached October 30 Carpenter Jotlah
D, Pinner, from the Savannah' and 'granted
sick leave ..of, absence! Lieutenant "Com
manders T Abbott, and Edward, E.Preble,
from dnty at the New,. York nary-yard and
ordered to tht Susquehanna ) Chief Engineer
Charles' II; Lowro; from special duly at New
York and ordered to the Susquohanna Cap
tain Theodore P. Greene, from ordnance dnty
t TASBfsim Anita T ' TT eanit T. AviieavAlV Ia OiMW-
hkand the Powhatan on December 1 i Assist
ant, Burgeon J..A. urignt,, iromuiyM me
Naial Academy and ordered to the Susque
hanna) Commodore Henry K. Davenport,
from the command or tha Powhatan and .or
dered North.' t t J. : r:-jUl i
Ordered October-30 Commodore Jaaea
Alden, to command the- Susquehanna) Sur
geon It. T. Macconri, Passed -Assistant Bur
geon D. McMurtrie,-Paymaster AVOV Clark,
Midshipmen Ocorge-A."Baldy," Bobert N.
arisen, Robert M. l"erry, John ' J. HnnUr,
William T. Bnrrbell, .'Washburn' Maynard,
JohnO. Bich, Henry 0. 'Wianer, WlliamW.
Belscnger,- Samuel N. Kane, First Assistant
Engineer N. B. Iittig, Second. Assistant
Engineers David Haraie, John O.-Kafer,
William H. De Hartt, Boatswain John
Smith, and Soilmaker Henry T. Blocker, to
the Susquehanna ; Acting Masters John V.
Cook, O. O. Bunker, James Wood, Acting
Ensign O. W-JParfnholt, and ActingThird
Assistant Engineers George Bcrtsch', George
Taylor, and John P. Balls, to the Susque
hanna. M M V
Resigned October' 30 Acting Assistant
Surgeon W. TV. Gadding, of the Naval Hos
pital for tho Insane at Washington, D: O.
The Gesicrsl "Land Ofllee.
Returns received at the' General Land
Office from St. Croix; Wisconsin, show that
7,208 acres of public lands were disposed of
during the month or October last, 4,316 acres
or which were taken up for actual settlement,
under the homestead lav. The. cash sales
during the tame month amounted to $7,000.
. ... . - . ' , it.
itsunp Duties susel Bsset4l-. Mrss
The Commissioner-or Internal Bevenue Is
preparing an' abstract of the law relative to
stomp duties, which will be issued the latter
part of this week. He has also in course of
preparation regulations relative to' bonded
warehouses, which will be published In a few
days. i j, ,
Tbe eontmlsdoner of Agriculture
Tlnn. Isaac Newton." Commissioner of
Agriculture, who has been quite III for the
past five weeks, is recovering, and will re
sume the duties of his office In a few days.
Coobectioh. In the notice t6 Government
depositories, issued by" Paymaster General
Brlce and published in our yesterday's edi
tion, a mistake occurred in the dato of the
circular. The date should have read ' No
vember a" instead or " March 5," as puo-
Iktebnil Rivmut The receipts yester
day amounted to 8529,888.34-
A Mns. Gutbbii,' living In Des Moines,
lows, on Betarlar morktoj killed her kibe, on.
year old, 7 eattlas; its throat with a rasor.
lee" To Consmmpttrea XAmtlsmrt
baring ba restored to-ialtbsJafw,wks,by' a
Terr elnpU remedy After having eaJTsred eeverat
years with a severe tang arsetloa, aad tbat . dread , die
, ComsasBpUoi, Is aazloaa te , make .Jtaowsi, ta Us
iiiowsaaerrs ta meaa u ar , euj
To alt who desire It he will send a cop ej?,. the jr
serlptloa sued, (free of ehorge, ) with directions for
preperlaf ud ttateg the same, whlh Jbey will . dad a
Sou Choi toa CyrsifJUrT.Qjr, Asthsia, Joa'ctTis,e.
ThonlyblMlf lhadrtlar la eendlag the pre
serlptloa U to fceaa.lhe offllsUd and spread Inform
Ilea which he eoacelres fo be lavalaableiaad be hope
Stsry saf orer will try his remedy, aa It will eost them
aothlag aad may prove. bleselag , v
Parti wishing tb proierlpttoa wjllf lease a4ras
oUlr WmiataubarghtKlage ooly,lT.T.
MfTfotUkX-nktv Trd Dridsze Ua ema
'qoeace of Ibe'rep'alrs accessary to e made W tbe Wary
Tard Vrldge' II will be cloud on aad arte muhuai,
October Ifl, nattl fatthei' orders. "
b. b FRwrcn,
oelO-tf Commtssloaer of r ebll Bafldlag
KATioAi.Taioii KxicoTiva ComiiTTsa Kooms, )
WAsaiiatov, Aagast II. lMd. )
All official circulars eeat from these voome are eigne
by the chairman of the Hatlonal 17alOB BesldeatEx
ecatire Committee audita srlary, and allimoacye
Intended for Us ass sboald be addressed te CUABLIS
KNAP. Xsq cbalrmaa of Ihe Katloaal riaaaee Com
mltUe.ordepoaltedtohte credit with Bamael Towler,
Eeq , of RUUtthonie, Fowler it Co. U appUcaUoas
for eoatrlbatloas to the faade ef the Committee will U
made by the PUaose Cooulltee,or their aathorlsed
ageat, who will be daly accredited. Hon others are
aathorlsed to solicit contributions tot; the ae of tble
Com mitts. OBAR113 KM Af. Chairman.
Job P. Coili, Bwretair
Marriage and Gellbaey,' m, Saesijr of
Warning aad Initrnctlon for Toaog Ilea, Also, dls
eases and abuses whlah prostrate tbe vital powers, with
ittta Hrt.i i'o frill at. ' Bant f re of charge laealdlttr
arelopas. Address Dr. J. 8KII.LI0T UOUQHTON,
Howard Association, Phlladstphle, Pa. aoia-Sm
SrHadam UoanU' PUc Salra-a VsUuable)
Bsmdy for tbat Dlseaa also, a Coasamptloa Destroy
or, aad aa latlre Care for the BroaehlUs, Asthma, Ac.
caa be f dad al Stott'e Drag Store, opposite Hatloaal
Botcli ailmaa's, near Uctropolltaa Hotel) Pord's, eor
aerofsIcTeathtad PenaBylvaalaareaaej latwlsle's,
eoraerof TwslfthaadPeaBsyIvaalaaveaae Elliott's,
corner of J aad Twelfth streets, Unbaogh's, corner of
8erath aad 0. ifl-tl
rpUIB ISTOGIVE NOTICE TO AT THE
X sabecrlber hoe ebtolaed from the Orpbaas Coart
of WMhlngloB eoaaty, la the District of Columbia,
Utters of admiatstraiioa te. a oa the personal estate of
Catharine K4gr, late ef Washlagloa clty.D.O . de
ceased. AH proas baring claims ogsiast the said do
esaasd ore hereby waraed lo exhibit the same, with the
Toachars thereof, to the snbaerlbr, oa or btfore the 6th
day of Morembar neat 1 they may otherwise by law be
escladed from aU bealt of the id tU
Olvea adr say hand this eth day of KoTmhr, IMS.
CIlRiaf 1AM 8KDIEBB,
boT-UwIw Adnlaltraiorw.a. ,
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