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B. P. nANBOOM; EDITOR.'
WKDHSSDAY MOBaraai,PKCKMB)Wl, 1M.
TO KHUM Of COIOEUI. .-
Senators and Kerrosontatlvoo can hire the Dailt
ITiTfout Rbhtbiicar delivered regularly -and
promptly at thlr reoldeaee, in crowyeri, j Tier
ing' It throng, the Secretary of theBeaate, the
Cleric of the JJoaae of HcpnooBtatvolVct, al'the
oBoo of" III Hihjiuci,Ko. H'Blntnetreet,
ill Feaaojrraala arcane'. ,.-
We learn that vrhevi the name 'of Mijor
General Dix was favoraDly reported" from the
Committee on Foreign Relation! In execu
tive, session of the Senate, on Tuesday; It was,
on motion of a distinguished Senator, lai'd on
the table I "If any man hauls down the
American Sag shoot him on the spot" ,
INCREASE OF CLERKS' PAY!
Mr. Williabs, in the'Senate, on Tuesday,
in, behalf of hta committee, asked, to ,be re
lieved from the further considerationof the
subject of increasing the talariea'of clerks in
the Departments, for the reason that a bill
providing for the same object had been in
troduced Into the Ilouse, where appropria
tions should properly be initialed.
HOt FOR KEW ORLEANS.
The congressional visitors to New Orleans
will number about thirty-fire. They will
leave this city to-morrow, we learn from
New Orleans that the citizens of the place,
without regard to politics, are making prep-"
rations to receive too committee with all the
honors, and to afford them every opportu
nity to obtain all the information about the
riot they desire.
THE PBEHIDEXT A1CD THE
KORTH CAROLINA COMHIS.
The North Carolina Commissioners had a
long interview with President Jomrsoir yes
terday, who communicated to them his de
cision, both in regard to the order of Gen.
Siccus and to the interference of the officers
of the Frcedmen's Bureau in annulling arti
cles of indenture in numerous cases where
colored children had been bound out
On both points Tin Pbxsiort decided
that the officers wcro in error in interfering.
Secretary Stastov issued instructions to
Gen. Sickles, directing him to rescind his
orders prohibiting the execution of judicial
orders inflicting corporeal punishment.
These instructions were delivered to Got,
Vi'ohth, to be handed to Gen. Siccus.
Gen. Howard also issued and delivered to
Gov. Worth orders to his subordinate officers
to cease any interference with the laws of
riorth Carolina when they bear equally upon
the whites and blacks.
Judge Rcrm explained fully to General
Howard the character of the law for bind
ing out children. If orphans arc without any
property for their support they arc bona!
out by order of the court: but children hav
ing par enta tiring cvnm ta ppTtnUcil ex
cept by the parents themselves. With this
explanation Gen. Howard did not hesitate
to issue the orders desired by the North Car
olina Commissioners, who left last evening
Tin Iroxsides was built at the yard of
Messrs. Champ & Sons, in Philadelphia. She
was commenced in September, 1801, and
launched May IC, 18C2,andsailed September
22, 1662, for Charleston harbor. Her di
mensions were as follows: 210 feet long,
58 1-2 feet beam, 3.G00 tons burden, sides of
oak, 20 inches thicL; depth of hold, 23 feet;
number of plates, 270, each 15 feet long by
28 inches wide, weighing 7,000 pounds;
whole weight of plates, 900 tons, ller arma
ment consisted of 16 11-lnch guns on the
gun-deck, and 200 pound Parrot rifles on the
spar-deck. She was propelled by two hori
zontal direct steam engines, four boilers
1,000 horse-power, and three masts, bark
rigged. The cost of tho vessel, without ma
chinery or armament, was $750,000, with
machinery and armament, 81,125,000. The
loss cannot fall short of $1,000,000.
ARTiriciAiLwBsroR Soldiers. A Wash
ington dispatch says that an investigation by
the Ilouse Military Committee into the ser
viceability or the artificial limbs famished by
various manufacturers to the soldiers of the
lato war shows that but a small proportion
of them prove durable. In many cases they
prove entirely useless, or so imperfect as to
involve as much expense in repairing them
as was paid for them at first Tho Govern
ment pays 75 for artificial legs ; and it is
probable that Congress will endeavor to
compel the manufacturers to lo justice to
tho soldiers whom they have swindled. They
certainly should do so, for good artificial
legs arc but poor substitutes for those that
tho soldiers lost in the war, and they ought
not to be put on with poor ones.
Docroas ik Coxvxnox. During tho Great
Kxhibition, when numerous foreign visitors
are expected in the metropolis of Trance, it
has been proposed by tho distinguished cul
tivators of the medical sciences of that city
toholdan International Congress, thestatutcs
and programme of which he already been
published. The Congress is to be opened
on the lClh of August, and to last two weeks,
and to be composed of two classes of mem
bersnational foundation members, or
French physicians, who are to pay a sub
scription of twenty francs, and of adherent
members, or foreign physicians, who are not
required to make any pecuniary contribu
tion. Bouillacd is the president of tho com
' Om Oiiari.es f. Slack, editor of the Bos
ton Commonwtalth,BvMitn'i weekly organ,)
who prates much about his own virtues, and
1 would slab a friend for malice sake; though
the blow struck mother, wife, sisters and
children, has at last come to grief. Slack
is an Alderman, Mr. A. P. Solum, in the
Boston Poil, charges iack with offering
him a bribe to obtain his election, and says
Slack cheated Jura alter alt black was the
Boston Alderman who came to Washington
and visited our schools, was treatea courte
ously J)? tho city government, and then went
back to Boston and misrepresented our
schools and abused our people.
Pen. Pcssell. tnntisBclasor.
about ion iMDeavpiisnowiicii'i
HanpiMn onlunBtJ. Up III
About top' linea'fof rinow't Ml ' in Ni
BTowa now las forty-Are' National Banks,
with aa aftrafaU'Mpilat if nearly T,O0l,.t0.
Author Clark, of Sandwich, Mass., was
drowned at Eiotor, K. Hj, last Wednoodoj, while
Thkt have a good old fashion in Virginia
of leading turkeys, notion, its., to editors aboat
The Littleton (N. II.) Qaiette says the
supposed murderer of Maxwell is aa EngUehman
named Saauel Unit, iibo, had eBnlojedla
that vicinity as a, inlaw" at Us Copper Ors Works.
Tnx lire In tho New Bowery Theatre caught
ta tho ballot atria' Toon, amdor tho etage, which, of
ooarso, oeatedaot raaah light ana ooaVuetlUe ma
Acconoixa ta Dr. Guvler, there are 10,000
common proitltatos and 20,000 kept aulstnatos ta
rTew Toik. The'tTorU shows those agins to ho
tiaeh oiagrnralod," Von of tho world are anally
poitod oa saoh cullers.
Wbtbo Southern flre-eatlng editors talk
shoot "tho point of the aayonat t" rfhat do thoss
aertmoaleu auuV-drlvers know about war I Bottor
lot the point of the bayonet drop for tho pnsoat.
It's played oot.
" Thiu has been a change la the method
of doing thlags at tho rogvJat stook board. Ihoro
is now a call going oa all day, aad tho Irtt board
ana tooona board aro aubatantiuiv aooiunoa."
Wo rappooo this auoas that tho Aral-table hoariars
and eeeond.tablo botrdtrs now eel tho samo hash.
Diox, the billiard champion, lately played
a guu of (00 potato with Mr. Kay, at tho Bovoro
Hence, Montreal. Tho gante was broaght to a
sudden tormlnuUon' by a roa of 491 potato by tho
ohoaplon. 'The next game, which wuclooely eon.
totted, was was by Dion by 18 points.
"Wt leabx from the Manchester Mirror
that Doxtor and Horace tooko, sons of Mr. Pros
oott Locke, ot Bpsosa, whllo riling ion hill Sot
ardov alihttho hornots itrlw wav. lottlnctho
earrugo npon tho hono and eauuig hun to ran.
won inrown oai or tao wagoa. iioreoo roooivod
lnjuios apon tho hood that oaasod Instant doath.
Doxtor, K Is foarid, li fotollr Inlnrod la tho book.
Tho lottor Is twonty eight and the formor twonty.l
throo yoars olo
Tbx Young Duke of Hamilton, the pre-
mlir nobloman or " tho kingdom of peotlaad," and
tho roprfnnUUvoofthoBtnartsall7, throo jovs
ago ssoooodo to hi llUo and an ooUU which no
lsod $350,000 por annum. Ho took to honorocloc
and othor moans of lavish oxpoadltaro, and now ho
U a ponilonor of his crodltoro, with orory aoro of
his iondi, his polooos and town roolooaoos in tho
haodt of Jow londors, whoro thoy will probally
romala till tho noxt httr of onUil soeeoodi to tho
OOUDI POH TUB HOMDaTI.
ChriiUoao is eoming, aad la onr adrortlslng ool
nmni will bo Sonnd to-day tho goaerow Oflors ot
ontorprislag merchants to snpplyoar followltlsoas
with a groat variety ot articles appropriate to tho
season at tho most reasonable prises.
Buscuar, A liana, comes of Peanixlroola
avoaao aad Bleventa street, oeTcr aa aariToltod as
wrtmont of gift books for Christmas and New
.Toot's presents. Their stock, aa will be seen from
their adTOitisomeat, comprises some of tho ohxicott
of tho standard works of literature, together wtlh
tho finest artlotes of statioaery, writing docks, otc.
Their books for tho entertainment and Uitrnelloa
of tho young folks aro numerous and well selected.
Menrl Paltr A Bolokoss, at their Metropolitan
bookitoro, 33) Pennsylvania avenue, have a very
choice selection of books and fancy goods suitable
to their trade, purchased ospreealy for thf holiday
cation. Quo con hardly "ipond hli money fool
lihly' In luelr ataoHanment, tor tuelr worea hove
a real and permanent value in addition to their at.
traetlreneii on the score of lute
Qoodmualcii one of tho principal aoureas of en.
Joymont doriog the holidays, and thole who daalro
to purchase plsnor, parlor organs, muile boxes, or
aheet muilc, will find their adrantago la eonault
log our columns of adrcrttaemants. Mr. J. F.
Ellis keeps a atock of moat reliable articles in tho
'moilc lino'1 at his itoro, oa Pennsylranla aronue.
No IM, between Ninth and Tenth streets. He has
recently added a variety of capital Instruments to
MartaaOTT A Co , at 318 Pennsylranla avenue,
nndcr Metserott llal, have a largo assortment of
orery deiirable article to bo found In a music
Oioaaa L. Wild Baovaaa, to; Eleventh street,
a little above Pennsylvania avenne, have pianos,
parlor organs, 10., at low prices, and of excellent
The flneet confaotlonery that over sweetened tho
holidays is to be found at SiArrlsLn's eonfeo
tloncry andlce cream saloon, No.140 Pennsylranla
arenae. Foreign and domcatle candiea and sweet
meata are to bo found there in groat variety.
J. A. SaArriBLO A Co , continue to furnlah
choice eoofoollonery and Ice-cream at 300 Eleventh
street, between K street and Mejsaehusetts avenue
Ma. O. Wnirs furnlihea a superior quality of
French and American confectionery at 389 Sixth
itreet, between Q and 11 atrects.
Thoao who want good holiday dinners will find it
to their advantage to opply at the "Boston Mar
ket," 130 Penniylrunla avenue, where tho cholceit
dainties for the table are alwaya on hand
Ilos. Marcis P. Xobtox Is at the Na
tional lie la In the city for tho purpoio of arguing
aome caeca before the United Etatea Supreme Court
Sami-il E. Mack, a prominent insurance
agent, died in BL Louis Monday.
SENATOR WILSON'S REGARD FOR
Senator Wilson has made so many stump
speeches lately that he has fallen into a loose
way of statement that requires immediate
correction. On tho stump somo license is
pardonable, but when in the United States
senate be declares "that all through the
South the midnight air is lightened by the
burning school houses of the freedmen, and
that "two thousand freedmen have been mur
dered in Texas since the war," he Is guilty of
me grossest exaggeration, inatsome school
houses have been burned and some negroes
aiiieu noooay aemes; out we nave tne testi
mony of Gen. Grant that the Southern people
are irenerallr quiet and law-abidlnir. Mr.
Wilson evidently regards truth aa too pre
cious to bo thrown away upon any and every
occasion itouon roil.
Tns Kxw OiauAK Paruauckt. A citizen
of Illinois, Col. Frederick Hecker, is sup
ported by the German Liberals of the city
of Marburg for a seat In the new German
Parliament He is a native of the Grand
Duchy of linden, but has resided In Illinois
for tho last seventeen years, and has been a
naturalised citizen of the United States for
twelve years.' Gel. UecVer showed bis ap
preciation of true Republican principles by
organizing anu isauuip; a regiment in our
late war of tho rebellion, and it is in no
small degree creditable to him and his record
that the German Liberals have gone out of
their own country in the selection of a can
didate whom they deem a proper exponent
of their principles. Theae Is no limitation of
residence necessary for candidates for the
German Parliament, and the people of the
Liberal party there seemed to nave resolved
to select the most worthy men. without re
garu to their residence. Gol. Hecker's com
petitor for the representation of Marburg is
none other than Uount Bismarck himself.
NATIONAL KEPUBLIOAN. THURSDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 20, 1866.
The National Republican.
Bj Dm Cilttd States ud Ennptu Km Ctspuj
FROM EUROPE BY CABLE
FAREWELL DINNER TO MR. BIGELOW.
ECSSUS OFFICERS C01IXG TO AMERICA.
GEN. PRIM RETURNED TO SPAIN
iorwMstl- OtTCTMMt ftr Mtxlct.
mews FROM MEPCO.
FRENCH TROOPS TO REMAIN MRAL
RAUOW ESCAPE OF MAXIMILIAN.
OER. D1IZ AND NICE MR THE EMPIRE.
Aiwiktr StriMU RtllriA. AccM(it.
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CIVIL VS. MILITARY AUTHORITY.
FENIAN TRIALS IN CANADA.
LsUcart Ivy CMe.
Paws. Dee. 191 o'clock, n. m. The em
peror Napoleon is expected to attend the
farewell dinner to be given to Minister Bige
HAscaa, Dec 191 o'clock, rJ. m. A
jew German steamship line is forming here
to run between this city and New YorkJ
which will be under the support of the Gov
ernment Buux, Dec. 191 o'clock, p, m. A num
ber of Prussian naval officers are about start
ing on a visit to the United States, to look
at the naval yards here.
The German Parliament will be toted for
almost universally throughout Germany,
Paris, Dec. 19. The scheme for the reor
ganization of the French army is very un
popular. The French people cannot see the
necessity for such an immense standing army
when France and Europe are at peace.
Lrrxaroot, Dec. 19 noon Five-twenties,
71 1-2; Consols, 89 14.
Lordok, Dec. 19. It is reported that Gen.
Prim, who has kept himself away from the
country since his attempt at revolution last
winter, has returned to Spain, having received
a pardon from the Queen.
Paris, Dee. 19. It is reported in semi
official quarters that Marshal Bazame has
opened or attempted (o open negotiations
with the United States Government in refer
ence to the establishment of a new govern
ment in Mexico after the withdrawal of the
Biriix, Dec 19. Count Von Bismarck
has resigned the presidency of the confer
Fmirixck, Dec. 19. The report is current
here that Maximilian is detained in Mexico
in consequence of its having become known
to the Austrian Government that the Aus
trian army wish him to become immediately
the successor of Francis Joseph.
Paxis, Dec. 19. This morning a party of
Hanoverians, numbering about thirty, were
arrested in Hamburg while endeavoring to
evade serving in the regular army. They
were on the point of embarking for America
in a steamer.
Viijka, Dec. 19 A telegram from Bcr
lin states that the federal array will be under
the command of Prussia.
Liverpool, Dec. 19. The cotton market
haa been very active to-day, and closes firm
at the advance of l-8d , noted at noon. The
sales sum up fully 30,000 bales.
The breadstuff's and provision markets are
quiet and unchanged.
Lovnox, Dec. 19. Consols closed at
89 1-4 for money. The market for American
securities closed steady : A-20's, 71 1-2; Erie,
48, Illinois Central, 77 3-4.
French Troop to Remain Neutral
Nxw Orliaxs, Dec. H: Additional Mexi
can intelligence states mat there appears to
be no concord of action between Maximilian
and Bazaine. as the latter baa issued a mini
festo that since the Emperor had determined
to remain In Mexico, the French troops
would remain neutral and only fight In case
they are aitacaea.
Maximilian is still at Orizaba, and It is im
probable that he will take any permanent
atepa until the millions of money promised
him shall have been paid in. Fully three
fifths of the Mexican people south of San
Luis Potosi are in favor of Juarez. Ortega
has no party and Santa Anna is despised.
Marshal Bazaine bos stated that he had
sent a commission to tho United BUtes to
open negotiations with Ortega relative to the
future Government of Mexico.
All thn French troops are concentrated
from the city of Mexico to Vera Cruz, ex
cepting a few hundred in the interior.
Ice publication of the Mexican Times has
Bosrox, Dec. 19. non. D. Walsh Lincoln,
of Worcester, was yesterday elected Vice
President oi the Boston and Worcester rail
road, an office made necessary by the elec
tion of the President of the road, Mr. Twl
chell, to Congress.
Governor Bullock has appointed Francis
II. Dewey, of Worcester, agent for the Expo
sition at Paris, vice Erastus B. BIgelow, re-
The Rev. Henry Ward Beechef lectured
this evening before the Mercantile Library
Association at Music Hall. His subject was
universal suffrage, which be advocated
strongly, holding that the franchise should
be extended to all classes alike to Africans,
Chinamen, and all foreigners, and to Indians
when they become citlzeqs. In regard to
female suffrage, ho thought if woman was a
member of the human family she had a right
to vote, and it would give a higher tone to
our own election system, and also enlarge
the sphere of woman's thought!.
Election ol Judge. i
iticuxoxD, Va., Dec. 19. The Legislature
to-day elected Hon. Alexander Rivers, Judge
of the Court of Appeals, which position he
has held by appointment of tho Governor
since tne ueatn oi Judge Thomauen.
Imet at ten o'cl
Johnson cave jasVmaun m tbtlei
westerdav of the arrav W tW nehtt I
aid that seven of the'reiierls ware to Vag-nb
as not to be susceptible or being tried, and
that the remaining three, which made specific
statements, it was fotmd on examination of
wera, la. the Jury, panel, Jit mAA .aven
if trne, (twas not to be acsamed that (he fact
of the persons who were to be tried being
Protestants i or OathblieV woold iabse 'the
coarse of justice which the lory was sworn to
administer, to be in the slightest degree de
fective.' ,,n ' w
The court proceeded to empannel the lory
rof the trial of Moldenv 'U 3" i -
The first Jnryman called was K. F. Ellison,
who was challenged by Mr. Devlin for cause.
A trier hiving been appointed, there? was a
rood deal of discussion aa to the oneatlona
jshleb. should be put to test the existence of
prejudice. Jnr. ievun uuaiiy aoaea i
' "Havel wan formed anvonlnion on tho
inbiecbmaiter of this trial !" ... ,
Devlin. "What is thaloplnlonJ"- .
Eillaon.yX have formed the opinion that
there would not be evidence enough to' con
vict the rilroCT.,, '" "
Devlin. Then it is very desirable that
you should be on the Jury, and I withdraw
the challenge." ' J '" ""'
lb. J. D; England, being challtnged, said
that he was somewhat prejudiced against
Madden, and was excluded by the Trier.
waiter juyncu canto, was told, on the
part of the Crown, to stand back.
Mr. Devlin. '"The Crown" challenges only
the Catholics on the paneL". u
Several other jurymen were challenged for
the Crown by Mr. Devlin; butonthetrstatlng
that they had formed no opinion, the chal
lenges were withdrawn. ,,
Onlv three were challenged rieremrjtar&v
By 12 o'clock, the, jury wu1empaneled,
and Mr. Ramsev addressed them, statin? bv
what evidence he should sustain the charge.
He stated that he would bring, no evidence
uirectiy anecung tne prisoners oi onyuung
that occurred previous to June VIK' '
Philadelphia Flrrol' "
PHiLAOrunu. Dec l.i-Tb' Are this
morning at No. 227 North Broad street, cw,
cuniea by Allen & Davis, .dealers in mall
ana hops, occasioned a loisof $35,000.' ' In
sured for 20,000, in Npw York, New Eng.
iana ana rnuaaeipma , companies, a ne nre
extended to No. 229, "adjoining, occupied by
George L. Damab;' loss, 822,000. Also, to
No. 220, occupied by B. W. Heal, whisky
distiller; loss, 810,000; Insured for 8G,000, in
New York and New Haven (Conn.) com
panies. A portion of the second floor of No.
227 was occupied by James Ralston, a car
pet weaver. His stock was heavy, being val
ued at 8&V000. But ,a email portion was
saved, and that was in a damaged condition.
The loss is about 86,000, and is partly in
sured. Mr. liaiatoa occupied tne back part
of the second floor as a sleeping apartment
It was his usual habit to get up about seven
o'clock and get his breakfast at ia neighbor
ing restaurant. Up to ten o'clock this morn
ing he had not been seen, in the vicinity, and
the supposition is that he was burned to
Ricuxoxn. Dec. 19 Judge Meredith, of
the Oircnit Court of Richmond, usued a writ
or habeas corpus to-day Tor Dr. James U
Watson. Gen. Schofiela declined to nrodnce
him, assigning reasons in writing to the effect
mat tne act oi uongress oi jury it, xobb,
Commissioners of the Frcedmen's Bureau
exercise jurisdiction over -all cases involving
the right of the equal benefit of the laws
affecting the personal security of all citizens
without respect to race or color. This act
having been officially published to the armv
by the President, through the War Depart-
ment, uen. ncnoneia says it u nis amy, as
an officer of the United States army and As
sistant Commissioner of the Freedmcn's Bu
reau, to declme compliance with the writ of
the honorable court
Nxw York, Dec. 19. Mexican advices of
tho 5th Instant state that Gen. Bazaine had
issued a manifesto declaring that the French
troops would remain neutral, taking no cart
whatever in Mexican affairs)
uen. ikourique&, wua ow men, uuoueu into
Orizaba on the 4th, capturing a lot of mules.
He could easily have captured the Emperor
and his ministers.
An antl-Frencn and anti-American dem
onstration was held at Orizaba when it was
known that Maximilian would resume bis
An Imperial report says that Gen. Diaz
has declared. for the Empire, and brings 8,000
men with him.
New Orleana Market.
Nxw Orlkaxs, Dec. 19. Cotton higher;
sales 12,400 bales. Low Middling, 31a32 eta.
Middling, 33 cU. Receipts 8,100. Exports
4,000 bales. Sugars dull and lower. Fair,
9 1-8 eta.. Molasses in good demand. Prime
to choice, 62a68 cts. Flour active and higher.
Superfine; 8U.75. Extra, 11.50a$15. Corn
active and unchanged. Oats, 85 cts. Pork
easier at 23a$23 60. Bacon in fair demand.
Shoulders. 12 1-2 cts. Sides. 12 l-4al6 cts.
Lard in moderate demand at 12 l-2al3 1-4
cts Gold, 137. Bank sterling, 149. New
York Exchange, 1-2 to 3o discount Freights
Palnlul Railroad Accident.
Oil Citv, Pa , Dec. 19 The morning ex
press train from Ironton to Oil City, on the
Warren and Franklin railroa'd, was thrown
from the track by a broken rail near Presi
dent's Station. The smoking car was thrown
over an embankment sixty-live feet Into the
river, where the Ice was strong enough to
hold It. It caught fire, and three passengers
were badly burned. The ladies car was
badly smashed, but, fortunately, the coup
ling broke, which saved it from going over
Government Property Deatroyed by
Juhctiox Citt, Kaxsas. Dec. 19 The
Commissary building at Fort Dodge, con
taining 75,000 pounds of bacon, a large
amount of Government clothing, etc , was
destroyed bv the fire. The hooks and papers
.of the quartermaster and commissary were
mostly saved, 'inenrcwasacciacniai. ixs
From New York.
New York, Dec 19. The jury in the case
of Weaver against the First National Bank
of New Orleans, for the negligent delivery
of a trunk, returned a verdict for the Bank.
In the safe case of Sanborn vs. Herring,
the 1unr was unable to agree. The case is
important as the. first er" tr'u ,n this coun
The Teat Oath.
Nxw Orlkaxs, Dec 19. Judge Durell, of
the United States District Court, stated to
day that when the Supremo Court rendered
its decision on the test oath he would not
raise his head against their decree. That
court desired riot to be tfurthepreried on
that subject -iu
rsx' - - . j in
janosner ovewow icuece.
Nvw VAtiff Tkai- 1ft Thai litlota tit Ilnal
'nope No. 1 'Utfl accepUd therctMInirtf
me u, jonei, iot a race irora new zorx to
Cowei, for $50,000.
i ssensv. w
is laidJRat funds sttf-
i't m .m
lent to rusBTO
' tbk lire have
i Th4 rAroWcfeTaeiAaiinWenmlae truth
relief committee speculated In the blankets
and clothing erovlded for the sufferers.
--A man named-Walsh-dropped-uoadin
'Another rnabTWhlUlnuWe Is unknown,
fell dead In a house on Valien street.
-A soldier, In the garrison hai been flogged
for misconduct lie received fifty lashes.
The Connecticut pecnaoerofey. , .
Nrw Havix, Conn., Dec. 19. The Detta
cratic BUte .Committee has .Issued acall far
a State Convention, at New,Heven, on the
8th of Jarnary,for the.purposa of consider
tog the1 rtvolutiooary aetr of. the present
radical Con Jre4s."''Tbey say thaVlIis Con
vention will also' determine neon t the inro-
prlety of making nominations tor' Btateoffi
cere and of recommending to 'the" 'people of
inirty-six b tales tne necessity tor a national
Convention to adopt such', measures at will
thwart the sttemrs of, thcj traitors,. whd are
endeavoring toi subvert the Constitution and
Government of our Fathers, .-, i
-"." ' Tlmi" ' " I
wai voeMMtaMoaacvoom imwuewaio. ,
Cixcixxati, Dec. 19 The baggage car on1
the Cincinnati ' and ' Chicago express train
Was thrown from the'tratk -neat Btockwell.
Indiana, to Jay, killing J.TT;.' ThrjiriasV Ameri
can express messenger, anu severely wounu
Ing tta, baggagMmuUr. ; w .",',X.
". " wIiaJaM MM.lrkt'.f ' "" '"
BALTrxoaa, Deo. 19. Wheat tending. up-j
wards; aalee Southern red &25a&80. Cera
active and SaS eta. betten- receipts, of cornj
,uuo Dncneis." eeeca auii;'ciover .t
" - - , i ls i - r e
- "tloa Complete." "
, There"J'b'ut"l(tUe"to;'dl'.'o,the fails
already published in reference to the destruc
tion by .fir sitae .New Ironsides-., The offi
ces ana men wno wenuta tne trunung jres
eel m the tags Tempest, Glance and Pilgrim
ori Mondav.-succeeded. after much) hard
labor,' in sawing-asunder the chama Which'
held the Ironsides t(J her anchors.-' Hawsers'
were tnen taken from tne tugs,' ana' lastenecj
to the burning frigate, and she wag towed to
ut auore, nearly n vie i jot oi.Airoaa sirreu
about eight o'clock on Sunday erenlngf and)
when her .bow struck bottom, the stern sank
la- IL. n.W . MAn-A .ta fl-A -va 1I.,m4
U. H. VIMMM. MM, At VVU1B0, .HO H( R MVU
extinguished. About ten feet -of-her bow
can De seen at nign water, wmi tne outer
part of the vessel is entirely submerged The
wotk of getting her to the shore was done
under tho aunervision of Cant. McOomb. who
informed us that the" men '.labored 'under
great dimcuiuea in consequence of tne in
tense heat from the burning vessel. Nothing
now remains of this famous vessel but a por
tion of her blacked and charred bull, andher
machinery in a ruined state. It is supposed
by officers at the navy yard that there is but
little about the vessel now worth savingex
cept to be sold as old Iron or copper. As
to the cause of the fire, .nothing (s yet defi
nitely known, nor wDl there be,' in all proba
bility, until a thorough investigation ia made
in the Nary .Department, Phia4ep7ji
A Hoxsx'Paxioix Virqixia. A military
order issued by Gen, Schofield has. spread
consternation among ..the Virginia farmers.
It requires that all horses ana mules which
belong to the United States and are in the
hands of private citizens within the limits of
nis Department, wnetner lent to tnem Dytue
authorities after the closo of the war, taken
un bv them, or otherwise acquired, shall be
at once returned to the Government through
tne nearest omcers ot too army or ireea-
men a uurcau.
Under the pressure of this order those who
have Government horses belonging to tho
United States and have not n bill of sale aro
running their animals into the mountains to
prevent the possibility of their being seized.
The order includes animals captured during
mo war. it naa creatca quite a pome among
the farmers of the Valley, The Bureau agents
have been given no military force to execute
tho order, and there are no troops in that sec
tion. ICJlIUUKD, ,
Oa too evenles of lie 181k luteal, at too Haw Toik
avaaue Caoren, (Dr Qerlar'ajbv Bev.Wja.B. Irani,
A. at . Mr.T.LAeeTO to Mlaa Bittii Hcaots. bota or
Oeorsltowa,D. 0. SToearla.
WANTED NEW AND OA8T)FF
CLOTB1XO, OLD OOLD AID SILTIB, or aav
olker arUcle of valao, al tba old-oaUkUabad HaKbaal
Pawabrcker Sure of R. FOLTOH Co , Ml Blalk
clreet, 3 docrc acrtk of Paau. araaue. dc)o If
1 jonx r. XLLii'.
SOS PaaaavlcaBla arcane.
daSO-SI aear Taalk atreeUl
OR PnESENTS-l'IANO COVERS
aict fitaolaL If nslsi toietalv hoaix-il. Batv Waal ar.O teat Ma.
im. OalUrff . VloUat. Atcordtoii. ud Trr artlelt li
tls) maile tiaiUi, JOBH t. IlLII, " '
300 PenurlTula. Ta.a,
dao3. am Tut,. .trMt.
OKATKSt BKATE3IJ SLEIGHS Mj
Ji Flo Aiiortm.Dt of
LADII8' AHD OIXTLIMIS'I I KATES
At wholeiatlt tntl rUll
1. WUULIB It SOW,
d'SO'lm Cl LoaUUn .tdb!
haft bow rolTd a larara and btantlfal auk 'af
CBSIaTMAB AND HEW TIAK'I PSUIST1.
Ladlta will pltaaa call autr aad cat tka cMea
U TAT LOU a CO ,
di30 Ct Ko 42 Ctati-a Kark( Spaea.
I P T 8 FOR THE HOLIDAYS A
ILLUSTBATRD AND BTAXSARD BOOKS.
la tko varloaa etylaa of bledlas
Tba l.rsaal aletk ol JUTSNILE BOOXS la lb. El,.
Irlelt all Ike Baw Booka, Wrltlis Daaka lo Poplar
Haabe, Roaaweod aad Makosaay.
Gold Pou aod PeacUa, Toy Bcoka, Gamee ud
Palal Bom. at DALLABTIBX'S
Bcok aad Statioaery 8tcre,
Mo SaTaatk etreal,
daSO-tl Belweea Dead Bab,
rjeeouroi uirr aao 4uvaaii.a nuuao.
BIBLRS. PBATRR aad IITHK BO0K1
PIIOTOaXAPa ALBOHS Is treat variety
Moreeeo Ooede ol orory deacrrplloa.
Carved Wood ud raaea ilocda
Wrlllac Daaka. Wcrk-lkxea, Ac , 4c.
Doa'l Pall to Call at
SniPBERD'S OLD HIADI1JAKTIRS,
daSO.lw Career Serealk aad D etrCcta,
486 UAmtlllTER'S, 480
SRVSXTH ST BEVSXTU ST.
DRAUTirUL ABD DSirUL COUB1.1SD
Approprlale lor ill Seaacoa
Baeketa el riowara,
la appropriate Trainee,
Oral aad Botila TramMp
lltara Cord aad Ttntla,
Walaat BrMklta, aa ,
For aala al
Vo dMaaviBtb atroat,
(Fa rami D aa A WlUoi,) M
It onr a Mi. anna irnn.. w
003 8tvatk atrMt. (VUtt Odd VaUowa HaUt) WaU
taHB V Uoi
O.al., Bori', Yoatbs. Udlaa.
aVooti. IkaaaoOaltarf, aad Bab'
daoiajaojti-, eaaa vmiarR-b dvvtitB', rap, uaiiarv, kbb
btri, of all kladiaad aliM.alwajioa aaad, akupfvr
mo 1'KINTEIW ANirpaDLIHIIEIl.
'or rUU, oat of taa noil oalaatffa aad bati adaptad
ibllabaitaU for Vawivaaar. Baok aad Jab FrlatlBO
r, ttoo- aad Jab Prti
aawa aa tka HAinVl
la Ika tawtb or aoatkwtM, aaowa aa tka KA-fl VILLI
CXIOM OrriCB. fkaKawapaptr roaalf oaoot
U'fMt aad faatoat Crlladara aataat.
tr aoi aitpoaaa oi 0700 laiai
rt aboat Jlaaalf Uf
BfoSa owaKVoj aiBivwai vat Bviiiattf tusx up
BRCKITT, Blivra, HARKS A 60,
lac aaeat atari
Ike lolrtlaal I
Hall oa rtlDA
n o'clock. casYrBaca
at are lavIM M ee rreaeut ekl auk I
to Ike meet rlfU leeta. Aiaelaaloa, IS acuta. St.
-Sronee CUaarah-Tatrv (Clarlatistaa aad
Haw Tear,) fee tba koaall of dreee Ckurek, Ideal,
(tor. Aims Helenas, mlii.) lelaaA Wt W '
Virstalo aveoae aaS Ustk atreet, will opea DeeoaVer
to. Takloecz eat otbor ealertalasseata. lepfer cock
alskt, leaeon Uckali SO HaU. ae-M
" -sxe--atoe llourtacBi m. tti
asetttallr aoMsace to oil wko aoev wUk to nolle srlik
a eleaa for reuoe,ia qieo sWarfttet be wUlko
kappr lo aeet tkea la a oteUoalaerj aaeeuaf at tke
Bell ever Ike League BoeuwHetlatk alreet,tklr
Soorfkotwoea'D.aaa koa XRXDAT JV1XIX0, If
sosaVHti.trji.-a ..i wicaR Sals it
or piat- tiaauioTVMr , iambi 'sued
li won most raaus axtigabtuxb.sbwv ,
AT SITU O'CLOCK sTVMrrrHUv,"''
Conn or tTtmtli Un (Ui TMMylniU atmm.
1 W B a-A trv ; 1UrJ Sat vol'
PROCIIDB 'fOl VH1 Bimit 0V f HI eKsUOIIO
i na , f .rf m Sw u es,ra
e v ". m a. reatfoceo o
' " "lift f?"1" u'5iu,)? 5Wv . '
1 CO - cesjt In! at .ii "ft, v leU .. I. ., r
.norloJIilof kae aeon Uenasklr reaovatoa aai out
W rof ofelrMoroore rut oa sag. slof lr We,
"j?ltU tValef Bualewlll le 'laKteaiaace overr
ovoalag-A es w. e-
C" J eeee ,f , - ...J..,.
TUkata.a4allail a eaueauu anl Ulr.au
,4ra1aiijei,'ieoolo.,;'1 ' ". '.",. ,'jj
vA i le it. IHOa lUOMTSOX,
"el !" a.A eo'TOaa.orAmefoaeoata.
Sr Katlow ua Tx.rareov-WatoTiKorki-
'.''"' ' '
rsAa'a Orrici, Cm Bail, DeceaVer 11, loss -Owoors
V Uta Itklo lia all. wVl.t !(... 1...V m ..
aieoaa,oU(,ocieU.;,la,waiak a walet.sula aae
keea lata oilier Ue Called aiatee er J tke Cornoca
tfoaet'Yraaklawtoa'.Rro loalkIM tkal ualeectkoU,
atatawatof too tax oewooe kojouiattkte, sSasorHer
to Ike 111 ef Jaauary.tko orooeHvwIll ko UTcnleel
aodeolAooeorllagUUw, '" '"'tlf
oeH-Ual BAXDOUH OOTLX. TftB.
aap.To tbe.Votero or MCsoatata.-Tfeo
Aaaolacraor tkegltarealwsrlawlri aeri ut'tke fel
lewlaf plaeoo frca 10 o'clock a.a.tol sc.rrealke
lllk tc tke Slat Deeeaoor, laaloatTC, to correct ceo
reilaUr too aasaec or tkoae oaulcl flroa itko ortaUe
feuuetau ,,, ,.,,.
riKST WARS-OIO,r, KIDWXLL-Coraer T.a
ly.eecouS etroet aoi reaaertTMla avooao.
ItCOXD W1KD-OIO.W. BiKlfnt-a 'Street,
kelwees Twalftk-aol Tkliteealk alroeU.
THIRD TTARB WJt B. DOWHtXU-L etnel.Ve
twoea leveatk aat Bsklk elroaU. It
rODRTII WAIO WM, H. JOBXSOX-Mftk alreat,
Mlweaa I ud Z elioele
Talrd etroet ooet and L street acuta. . , xH,d
BIZTH Tf AU-rCBAJXJM A XIiSOX-3l Q alreel
XTIXTH WARD JOBB H. BIRD Harvlaal
eaoe aad lUlk'elroet.' ' " " ' delt-ootSl
-Tko Onteoklodel -
- .ile'U'l TAPIS COLLAHS
..-1 .Rt TBI BUT.- 4
To bo kal ovorrvbuve.' " a
u u - m JwjXL,nxrHUsaco,
- - H MMln.l. .......
Aseol for oealaflon. P. C.
EdHOtlf ftMUoISlM4M,lUM, CBlll0JtH0Itjlti7a
r, ud u KaUr Out f Ut Bri-Ulit dUt.sVA. At. ,
Ml b.rolift ftl tUtt'i Drif llrt), rrM.U HttlU
HoUl, ailBUi,atr XctropoliUa HottlfTcrtl!, or
r t XltTMim u4 Tiui;Uul4 aTi ( latvt&W't,
.rurM TWtuna u naaiyiTav-ia 1 uutxtra,
oraar r w aa Twain- atraaut lacaaaf ka aaraar ar
SaTaat. ail 0. Jall-tf
acr-Ta CataauatTao-vao Aawowtleor
ktTla( noeu nelcrod to koallk la a few Wr.kl.k7 a
very ttaple reaedr, after kavtag earered teveral
peon wltk a iivere luf af oeUea, ud Ibat dread , dla
eaae,Coaaaaptlca, Uonxloacto suko kuowa to blc
follew-cuffererc tke aeaaa cf cun
" To alt wko deelre It ko will ooad a copy cf tko pro
ocrtptlu need, (free of okarfo, ) wUk tko dtrcotlcao fee
pnpaHagaudualB(tkcuac,wkUktkep'wUI fad a
fcaa'Cvas rca Cooaoimiov, ASrxxAVBsoucima, fee.
Tke calp ebloet of tke edvorUocr la ecallag tko pn
ttou wktck ke eoaeelvec lo bo laralukle J aad ko kepeC
every oeffem WUI try kla reacdyl ac It W11 eoc Ibca
uethlnt ud acy prove a bloaalag. kJt
Partlec wlaktag Iko preacrlpUen will ploaaa udreee
fjav aivoaasuin a tBtTTr , t
aa ? antv iw aaaaar jp. n toprwur
VrtUlaaaberr, Hlaia eouty, H. T.
DEPABTUSNT OF THE INXEBIOB,
u cxrrsn Statss Patuv Orrtu,
wuuisof on, Dcocaber U, lSSd.
Oa Iko pellUca of Hoaee HarakaU, of Lewell, kfaee.t
wrayler fcr Ike cxleaaloa cf a patout gruted tabbu oa
Iko lsl dor of Hank, 1SU, far aa lapraveaeal ta
XaltUag Haeklaaa, for MTca yean from IkecaplnUen
of aald patcat, wklek takoa place on Ike Itlk.day of
Ifarcb, ISS7, . .
7n la ordered, llal Ike odd petlUoabo keardal tko
rateat Oaac oa HOBDAT, Ike ink day of Tckraary
aeat,att3 o'oleeka 1 udaUpereoac are aetlfodto
oppcarudekowoaaee,lf aay Ikay kaTa,wkyaal pe.
UU.a eoskl not to be (ruled. ,
Pereeaa eooealac tka eataaalaa axe reaalred la Sla la
tka Palcal dace fkolr obeetloaa, apeclally act fortk In
wrtUag , al local laanfr dayc before tke dcy cf -kearler I
lecllaoar Sled bv altker narlr. le no seed al Ike eald
aa oer 01-aear
.rlax, anal botakeaud Inacaltled luaocerdaaoo
a toe ruioe or ike oaeo, wuu
Wklek will bo faraUk.d on
laooBllloaa aad otkar aaaara. rolled'' aaoa aa 1.1-
atcay. Boat be died la Ike eBccliociafy dayc befen tko
day ol kcarlBf 1 tko arsaaoala. If m, wilkla tM dayc
after fuaf tke IcaUacay.
Ordf rad. ao.tkat tbla aatlao bapablUbad la tko Ka
roiucA aad iht nUlltanrt WMblaftoaD. 0 , aad
la tko CourUr, Lowall, Mw , oaaa a , woak for
tkraa iBfleaatlTa waaki r tba Irat of aald. pablUatloaa to
m OM AtlSHV ILoVoT BtJI19B vO ejej a u.BIlB-,
7 T. a TBlAaTX.
Conl.toBf of rataaia.
P. B Wlton or tba aboro papara will plaaao ootr,
aad aaailtbalrbUla la tka Pa.Ua. Oflout. ojvith a ttsntar
aaatalalaa tbla aoUaa. d.ao-lavtw
EW AND PBEfTY MUSIC.
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CHORDS BOOKS, KlCtl. I BOUBD BOOKS TOR PRIS-
Ma, , 4vua v. bj.io ,
,delS'SI SOS Peoaa. aveanc. aear Tcalk ctrcot.
P I A N 0 S .
WHICH HAkTSS MV STOCK COatPLRTR.1
dalt.SIl logs P.RLL1S,8M Peaeaylraala avaaac
W B Coorca. a.J.Baca
CO 0 F E It ft RAOAN,
(tcaaecacn of Jea.lilrvlaf,)
STOVE, TTH ABD SHEtT.IROB.WORKEBS,
l.miTeatk Street, above Peon's Ave.; "'
'dtcr Partlaular atleatlou paid to ropalrlaf roruaaaa,
Baaseo, Parlor Heelero, Stc, aad all work warruted.
TDL PfiKOS -Wo ladle I
we Invite tbott
leollon of tko publle to our citenalTC oe
aortvaat of flat aaw aad baaatifnl FlaaoaJ
aalaetad aapaectllr for tba lIoMdara.eom
prlalar apatlmtBa from tko af bait auaafltYttarara af
oar eoB-afrTaBi J for aaJa at faetory priaaa oa nuoaabla
tarrna Afeo, Hsiao I tool a aad Covari, Fatior Ouaaa,
a.alodaoa.'GBUari,lollsi, aad avarr artlaion (bo
uaitabtiilaaM JO Hit r BLLU,
dais St . H WOPaaBO araBoa.aair Taatk atroat.
p h 1 1,
OOOD) FOB TOBUQUDATS,
EVERT POSSIBLE VARIETV
af-exeWfiriaWnU aoBoacKn ' oa
loaleailwllivloeto e Vsfll leorao
wunSBRaTILilDeo. tlrVeeeauWelao el
, . frY OOODI, ,." ,
,, 'll BOW ElfDT yOJJSPECTOX.
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lie oeu.rr.iii.''i u .-tl.j-ni ,,,.
., 931 Pauaylvaila ttaite,
dslMt ' biiwstaBaUt4Ttoitrftts.
,nTf,f"fn T"firTT "i;-
nOPoSAtOllrlOFPt tiNO WIN.
04 t "
"abated Prmuela wUI Oe rooolTOd wc Okta
owe o-ejoou, w. aa I on raiwaXt'ewoBeaaoar -or oaa.
air ISeKfcrjroMiTtut roc utat-aMeo oataUiakaoalo
WUk HXTT fBOgsAXDOALLOXe. or TB i
lax wiXTXX.VTBaixsv vib,eaaoe' Lord
00 dlTISod late fnf Iota, aad to 40 dellv
OTaaaaiMfrrrweoMro, of aiiaewuebeaoo or otkot
piaoo or cepei
Itrftoelialr (Uliao-uM U oxooog-rka ottror. Tke
v iv mwwmM tm mi mir. m a vaotwitr. .of.
toaeao. T-n,-i?racaTr.n J.
t lHcul..l1JieaiaeaaaeiinA.aeni tAM.bi
VU BW mmT " f
teootvoo a tao oaaaa tlaoe
allono or OootaOUoo Load
0U,li two taU of Srotkooasad (9,0001 ralloaa oaak,to
koaellrOredaookmeOMIawd, at Mralt, ktlekl(aa,
oatMiMsarof auy,isss.at 1. ., . i cjiy. ,
Ho kid will ko ceaallerod ualoeo Ooa a aaaauualaror
krikoaaokdo. A .I .- c.l i.Hf. -) .nriJN.1
IV.W.V., fr r4 wr, a 1, . OV
ittaa ol tao aieica oo aucuooe
laaOoJL teas, oad laaaiiilia. to
r peooWUIu-ltsalood OU, aad
ekwwoi wllkUa oroaalooilou
to of too kod atelllT puro tvuiu-ataalaoa OU,
(too rreeo sttxturo wttt otkot oo larortoe , otic aaaiad
Oaatsoar" roMateatt-l. ltlt H,i ...
TkoueailOMAucTordatemlnlng tke eoorselof aod
oaalttr of tao Soora OU will ko cailered, vU 1 ooectSe
tvovHr,' kuralan tko ooooaot or foalduuss. aad aav
ockotwieaorteacatonctlToat cornel ooaaluaooaeituel
star 00 leeacd acaaoearv. miw .1 !.. ....
, Tke Lard OU wul no eukject to esoalal teaie, ud will
odtojoeted uleos feud soo, la noted to kiralas sad
Sutdltyaodct rodocttoa ol teoaooiatara, oad laororr
eUuotaaaeet atool to IkaAef Ike Mudard adooUd kr
luowa,olwki.kaauulaw111keraraUaod oa op.
Ckoeooke aaa.oo necjad aador tkodlnotloaud
saieioal ouporvtalouof tko toosaetlot oaoor, kjaoue-toaa-kouoe
oc otkor tegallr oatkortoadoadeworu saucer,
aooordlai .10 Ue Cetlod aialee alaaaerd, aad saaot ko
saarked aad aeeeptad ooTon tkof are roaoorod Iroao tka
oolkarotoraroaooao of too ooooraotor. 1 Too oaapara
tote ad tko oU will M aaaeratelv aoOee. aad iko aaaaa-
urecaoal valaood to too ebudaid leaporatuto ol SO dog,
Tootoaaaa, or paoioo fnpotod lee tke puroooo. t..
rroooeala wUI oe reoalrod oad eaoaHeaed roc oaek
letooputotc,oc oc oil ol tko tele, at tko- optica ol tko
btooo 1 act ao old wul no oonaUotod fas a loco ejuoaUr
Ikoatkat opeeUod m 000 iot, lo no dellTorel at uo
tlao aad place. lack kid ariuf eloU uptloUlr.wrtlteo
tat lo rail, Iko Mad ol oU ofoiod, (waMkatSoora, Lard
or OolaaJ tao rate por gauea. too auafcat of too lot or
loukldlor, ud tke place ol deUcer, jOoaletatac lo
tkle adTortloeaeat.f , q. . a. - t. ,.n
i' Bldo nkjalHod kr ilnnal ataakoro of tko eclat Ira
orooputootaklp will act ko oeoaliorod. - 1.7 l..-r
Tko Ugkl keaac Board, ooder tko oitkortll ol ko
BepcrtaeoOtooorveetkcrldkl to reject oad kid, el.
Ikeask II er k. Iko IcWHl, fee otkor eeaaUorUaae
IkuUaprloo. Ue.rf ,
iHektd wlU U ccoeUercd fee aof otter klod or
deearlptloa ol Oil lau Ikon ofailallr oolUd ler la tkle
Akoad.orttk aecurUr to Ike aatlaleclloo of tke Be.
portaoaO lao peoallj ooaol to oao fouttVot Iko
aacoatof ooekoeetrael nude uaSer Ikoao propocola,
will oo required cl eaak eoatractar, oeedltloood lot tke
fellarel perreraaaee or Iko oeelraet, to ko eiecated
wuu- las iUj anai aacapuaM w. r r t
uun tea jure anas tao aecepioon oc toe oao. r f
luk ogae aual ko aaeoaaaalod fcr a wriltan feui
too, elf aad 07 oao or aon reapoaalble peraooa,-ad
kaawa ta Ika Daaartaaakaa mk. ar aartllad
PaittUUtubtrtatJatif; attaratr, urr ftffaai, or
ttallaatar at eutoma, to U ri that. U U bll' U
HMiiNi -aa n4vu wiu aaif favBta a vgainoii.ia
gatM fall., MMrdlac w laa yroTUlau u Utau af Ibla
WToMlMmaatwlUiU, Ua iari altar iaaaaUaM;
aad taal la tm tka aald party offria akall fail lo aa
tf latathaaoaUMtaaaltKaaald. kt ar taay rtaraataa
toBuaafdUi tUAraaaa batwMi tka offar allka
aaUBUirudUaaaxtUvaat.Udar. jVU Mf atmat
U, laalad aad aadaraad. "topoiala far Oil for Uf hi
aoaiM aad ika plaeW la aaothar arrttova, aad dl
raaUd, prapald, to ta. UcnUry of tao U(Ukoaaa
dUard, WMalatioa ojlty. " ' 1 - '
biuSau " lk'1"T-':!w -KHJ
'.ruBaaiawul'be'aado for'lko otrcrcX lots' of OU
wltkla lalrtr dare aftar Iter ekall keta Van rocotved
kr tko Doited Suuc' "
Br order of tko Llilt-kolM Beard I
AXDRIW J. HAXWOOD,
T)R0P03ALS FOE WJaSTE FJaPEB.
WAaauoTov, Paeambar 13, laai
jrTpMoUj aca lavlUoi lorpBrabaalai laa WAaTB
PAfia aaiaatalatlsc la tblaSapartaiaBt of Ua fallow
IBs awmpuoi, m i
I TsTBaHtaMiiata of iMatnuVjuiUro) txeeonati of bruvIIbi i
aatfad aad Mat, paat bUla, wblto paparj aatlataUd
ucaanoooc invw swiawa jsraur.
S. Mlxad I
tar. aoaiutlaa af wraaaara of fxontuiiiB.ua
aadolkar pkaf aa, totatbar wUk lauar aat alapao af
varloaa oolorf j oaUmaud qaaaUi, 90,000 poaada a
3. baa4 Latlara, wtvlea tba aaaaatad blddarlrlU U
raqalrad to dafaad tboroafblr, aadar Ua aaporvlaloa
of aa aTBt of Udi PapartBaat, ao aa to taadar U laataa
alblo to raad laam, utUutod qiaatlty, 30,000 poaada
a7Ar t - "i "'.
o Afwapapara; aauaiaioa o,aaauif, (wponaoa a
lUddara will apoclf a priao par poaad for aaeatlaaa
dU to tba daai lattara, tba Paparbaaat mutt U utU
tad wlta tba iodo af dafaalaf at bafort afpUa a
Tba papar. aaat ba ramarod from tho jallarof tka
Gaaaral roal Ofleo BolUUj at tba ooal of tko aooaptad
blddar, aad la Ha owa bai, aa oftao aa atrko Tttlrtd
br tba pMlMuUr OaaaraL 'r
by tko PoatJiaatar OaaaraL
.all kaaa wlU bo faralikad far ni,anoaa.
,ptU ko waif bad. al thU Dapajtraaat,iBd
but .. AtaJallcTan
. tMutMr will
dim bo paid for oa dallTary.
Ptdt aro laTllod for oao jaar, ootaatialifoa laoiat
or Jaatuvry aaxt, aad win ba raaatvod aalU JlpJTSAT,
UallatlaaUat.alJo'aliXk.p. aa. ' T ' ,
Tbty abaald ba addraaaad to tko roataiutor Qoatral,
aad oadoraad 'TropoiaU for Vfaato Papor
n 1XX W.aXOiXL,
dala-U Poataiaatar OaaaraJ.
E XT A B D,
TOP ud TH1HK.
STOP aad THIKK.
STOP aad TH1HK.
on iHnasrBTocK or clothibo t
OOR IHHRBSB STOOK OP CLOTBIBCI 1
ODB 1HHUU STOCK Or CLOTllIRU
vwasvv.nva rsa cuv. laao tbav coot, . .
TwaarT.rrru ran cuv. taac raau coot.
TWMVT.SITB PU OBJTff. UOC TBAB OOOV. i(4
HRVEB acaii wrtL too iavs fli (IniBOt.
BITKR.AOAU WlU TOO RATS TUS CUAHCB.
BXVXBlAOAU Wb TOO UATa TBS CHABCB.
Tke seede Boat bo acid wltkla tko aoal alxtydtye,
rasardlaaa cf coat. Vfe aaaa wkal woaayaj Coava oad
eee for younelTae before purekaalag.
i, H. UUT2,
400 levoalk at,, oppoalU Toot OHoo,
eali-ly , , WaaklBglou.I'.C.
TkKPARTUENT OF THE INTERIOR,
XJ PuaioB Orricc, Dec. 1; lose.
JVaK wAoMflmaycoaocnir v
Applleotlon koTlaf been made uader Ike act Ot Jaae
Ud. 1S09. far a reUaoe ol tko land wamatc deeerlbed
aaralo. wblaa arc aliased to aero ooou loor-vr-oo
i. wfalak are
elroved. noUoo le kereby clren tkat. at the dale follow
lao tba daaerlntloa of eaaa warraaL a new oertlf caie or
warraat of Ukc toaol will be laeoai, It.aC valid oMeo-
liao abaU tb.a aoBaar i - " J
He. W.S10L for 110 Sana, laaoed under Ike oot of
Hank Sd, 18&9, In tbo Bene of Tenor, widow ol rolls
fiction, and wu gruted Aogoat o, ISM. Doeeabor 10,
US. i OCIOW1SW
', Bo ijm,hf.M urea, laaifed uader tke sol if Bop.
Icaber, 1S30, lo Ibc ocme cl Spaoear Wiley, Bad wu
inotea April SO, IS91. December SAJSou, ,
Ho tJ.OU, for SO oena, leaned uudelbe Ml cf Harek
S, 1SSS, la Iks 'naaee ol Speaear Wiley, akdt wee
granted Pebraary IS, 1SSS Deecmbor XI, 1SSS
Bo lS,10fl,for ISO uni, taaoad nador Ike Ml of Merck
8, 1SSS. la Ibo nana of Hence Ongory, oad woo f reeled
Deeraoar.SMSSS Deecmbef St, lots 7
Ho 'H.TS3. for 110 una, laaoed uader Ike eel cf
aaaras e law, ia ta atni oi aaiaao ooooa, aaa waa
Jaaoary 19, 1BS7, '
S, 1SSS, la iko aane of Ivory Bailer, and wu grouted
April It, 1,' Pebroary t, 1807. .
i-Ho Cl,ooS,'fir ISO acne, laeued uader Ibo hi of
Sferek S, ISM, la tke urea of Laaaroa Harlee, oad wee
sraaled Baplaabor IT, IBM Pebrocry IS, 1S07. del
' '" JOS. H, BABBBTT, CoBBlaaleaer
Q HA F F I KLD'fl F11EN0H CONFEO-
A.7 'TlORBBT ABD
i .. boCI.
Hirlag reaamed Ike OoafacUoBarr BaeUoee'ot Mo.
Jit PencaylTtala aiaaaa, belweea TwolftkudTklr.
loentk atnala, wklek I have OTcaUyoalarsedudla.
prored, aad Ikarocgkly nSuad,-! wul oodaovor lo
ecatlooo Ibla Hud aa o f ret-eloU eoUbllekaccalt aod
I la vlte ay former eaeteaenaad Ike paklle In taural,
to five me a call ud cnacalao'ay largo BBapleadtd
aloek el Ike ekoleeat rnack Cudloa, GoafaoUonery,
TorclgBrrulU,raa.rJS;eVJi1.,.llt. " . ""
of tor own 'laportatloa.
direct boa VIEXBA acd
oatfloflaonene bet enl'daac oyotkeaeCJ uatas
foocbnl tko beet BaUrtala, aad bavlag kad loroety
v.iri eaMriaaae lo tne ooeloceo, I OB now vnoare
to f orolak Partita, Wedllaca, ud. etber eatulilaaieati
ICE CRRAfel aod, WATE1
l elyia ua oi loe iowei pum. - c
TfATBK'iuae, oi iu cnoioaal
aa SM FaBBiTlVbUsla awnaasm.
i-Batwaaa fwalftk aad Thlitoaatk airoaia.
rn nnR rausDi AHJODiTOMiiioAwI1i4ia.
poMd af oaf o-UbltBaaBt to w.WOB. iqAFFIlLD.io
f avarabir aaawa aa a ooaracuoi
4o.ni v.. raaMolfallv ra
S aan oar maaaa io mm uaarraoora m aiaa. aaoanac
iot will ao! ro rot It -A j JIWU.L'1.
Va SM Paaairlraala aTaaaa.
,,. , -, . . T. ,
ielie I. nnooa Ikeuaaaa (lav0) USEmtitii oil
too weopoo toele aad sooaiaf eea ko eoouatoooai etc
iu mow,. mot. enwnOT 00
aLocho. a.irmoou,uoaeoas noycos) aallooe Boom
on oa tie tat aarer sua tsn, etas oooa itataslia
Oko arooottoeCooad ueuolos oaa oo coastaSed.. tr.
In Sfe. ii nrtoea ikoooaad , (IS, eon collaas Load
a Ike 1.1 or Aaron. UiS.aaa eaaa laaaanea