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TIIR HI XT" VTAKD RKRKNA11INI1.
The Rhaerr rao nf th Milk ward, faarlna fohltant
ifr UilorVna victory ,UT MhlftMN Monday, lael
Tea 5U rMlhnM dMfcag14tJIA
MrilMl la ft U1M MatiW. and tke thr-d
ITt 1414
served
n nii.
A 1 tn ii i in a..ili na thl TTftllnnrl
" - - Uta AaaY-1 eahlhttln eajuaa Via,
fwMM lh Israel City, of Itoehfrnrd, 1111., ana In
Jfetlonal and Jeftro-6hitnab4nTplad wtin
aaok elan, th .oraat (Jlly aomlna oat ahead with both,
with lb MaUonalslba eerw I tofowr.lh !
ttooela dotn U poor pUrre they bar dna thta
With th JiHwhm th ar M flftaaa ha
ti. and a naoh bUr straw of batting than wm dart
EF liai (YaiAIIian.
Tb Korea (Uf tea thl moraine for Baltlntnr to
La Ui ManUada, Tha liavmakaraftrHvadlhlaMora.
InndaialnppVnattr Jeaaeu ilnna. Thy will
n.nonniTi.uinimnn inn mninr
Hi. Jukm UMlf haa.tnat-tara. Thar t tar
th ( lymiM oft r rtrtajr and lb Nalaraawa an rWlardar.
H th adrarUaataama nf th lHywpd and National
Tha am yesterday betw- tit AUaniW and Hey
Done Hall Etaewl-er
TbeetieUUonaal aaplrtted aiwl Inter net in.
were iaappMfta, ruuowini m via eonr
Athletic i, t.)B.IW-41
ll.rroekere ., , ,,,SS.I1SS-
Mr llalbaen.of th KTtnciub,eid aaninplr.
Tb Htya there nttK aahlMtwni bvowtrrow
nLT1M mi, Jqa S,-.Tb c am f baa ball thla
tflerrmon kaftan tb BUT dab, af Breath-, and tb
I'MUmMi of ltal Umora, reenl tod aa follows i
HIM. ..... llltllli BM
liWFU.Maa., JC? -ndwktoct-dM
health Ulppr In of, ban ball bf ft boot of
toa.
MretUs. rihe Ir-mrtra TJatoa.
A w0ltondd iaUwfof lb Pia-einptot Ua.ue
u hold U-t -.! n. at th-tr room. Wn, km I1- il
renin arenae, Wwmb ITomt-ftacVarbalt aad Hah
HraJ mmbra t adralUa4; amw whaaawar
MarkhMn,
Tb. bmUAM f3
Nfrraai and to aaairt
dlaeaaaad at MM h
lha Mhlta Uad waa illai iiaiil at am Untb. i
oonclaaloa arrlrod at waa that th aatUarabad bal lit
llatoaitet front aitha-branch of tb Hwvattimant,
baoanaa. aa It wa aaaartad, all th pmmloaat orletala,
aa wall aa aaoat of tb prnratnant mawbara of lha ton! I
prufaaalon, war too daaply Intaraatad la tha landa that
ha baaaatraaawavt aotoorattona and lodlfUaaia
for aala aawf ajwaalaUoo r to anak dclalon r (It
for aala aawf ap-aloo r to
m. fa.vaiil ta (Jia lllm
All anraad that lb ooiy way to pat a
alopt
1 tbi
rabbin waa to Wat tha ootrap'
aJninlatrftUoa lb Ualtod Sutaa
Itrol CUad U'anf ! Mnt Trrnaai.
Tbal aintuMa ladlrldaal Itad Clnnd, wat
il ' truy MMrj a aiauwcty, uc
ItalUiMor and Obk railroad, wbo at
Uckatacaaa
oatlon of Captain
hlablafahlpnUt
itlnn of Captain titackpnl astondad aa larluUoala
to ni a tmm o mmmi arnuaj w in
ttaunti Arrni
In an. aa hla tn
Th cblat rUd tbal h dtd aott
aaaa bar waa to ftaaaUal with
tlraattaiher and ha bad no Um to pay th tUltolb
tooib Of tb Aral Ural r aibar.
Kwddrvj Iteaith.
A wll known eiilored man, natnad AUiandor lUya.
tllad ry aoddanhr on Taaaday araalnc from haari
dnaaaa. It aaamaba wa on hta way boai and waa
alrkkanaudlanly nhll naaalna ftp IQaranlh atroat.
Aaalaunv waa raodarad, and B waa carrlad to hla
htaacXlaUiBtrt,iiar I. wbrbasplrd within
IS mlaoioa atar arrlral. Th daoaaaod waa aa old r-ai-
fiaotoi tTaatnajTMatftaahaa
dttradU tb Third ward
lor many yaarai
lark Pliibltax.
A ork ftabtaaaa off yaatarday afb
moorluarnd Uarkbaldt aadPop
raapooilrrjr by Tatar Uraakto and U
IX.waad
vaanmtlnil b Pataa Uraakka and Uaw Hlitara.
th ItUadall taU Uoaaa orarof Klahth latbomu,
foa a ataka al ftl. MalUiar ni lha In ! tinailaa nl mi
rMlcra, but taoy mad rathar a tood Afhu and aftar
thro rooada, awoaryln about twawy-rahi nalaataa.
1. Uwi 'aoU aaawt," ad llraakl waikod!
wit nw caiaawa aaa an J.
lon.oo th pramlan. aa ilaaant cimatry aaal,
by Adam Diohl, atutavad on th hladenatmra
:, ovixmiti lb roatdaoc of Uark MUU.and
atantial nianaar, bartnc atn ronma, with modi
vantancaa. u U9
mar rouma. Thar
haamariaa. aicaUant
ft eomrortahla fraaa. with Br or
or alan ft Bo barn, Iraykooaa,
twrhardaaod traabarry bad, ylaldla: I
nntuniaiuii
la addith-i lolhaftwIHUaaaflorrlad by th railroad
toraaobUia pramlaM darin- thaday.tb hitraa rati
road to Bladaaabarr, It te arpootod. will ahortly b built
In aooordanc with tb raoaat Oct f flinignwa. in J
wbea oomptrtad will rna paat thla farm To ihoa da
alrln ona of th flneatouaatry aaau In tba othbois
hml uf Waahlnston, w would oap-cUllj eunuuand th
bar to tatrlr ftttoatloa
nraCila. i0K AoaJoa.Un Boat ClKrhW
.-.s-lirsB ttrzsrsL
nonn at 1 o cloak.
rUl aoaaaat of ra-j la-ro .
i7btoatotbatahvtli
a aolora I nrolahad bytbolajj
! id Bumbor.
tlnaof Iwoa-laof awlora f nrolahad by th lartj f rial
I. . .it .i i i I i i "imfi wmmr iialai
tholr faor-air-J abaU Maaaaaaart aad ata-oamd tt
(t nndaratand that tb Proaldaal and Oaoatftl Sh.
, . -.mtmA. ua kn 1m tbanJnh baa aatandad
aTtortiaUbft to Spottod laU and hi aouo, - rtatataaj
Anyll th Wharaaa la th vtolaltr af tha woat-boaa
WT Ml IHfflK UIN..I "IH !. HViWH
L3l
with UWal racWiraUon, dlaiaanad lh oharw aa-aiaat
tba acwuaad, aad ta4d that b would bold th praaa.
ootlna witaiaa-aa, Waara. H. hotoraiak, Wm. rorayth.
and (J II blMa,toballlU am of 3uo aaeb ta av
wr at onart to aaawar tb obana f maliotoaa proaa
onlhiw, Mr ttoraraon arara bail for hiaappaaraoaaal
ourt, aad Momr. I SB-- and kormi th no bu araaoat
warranu war laaoad for thai anwa. Mr. ftUaa waa
foond ahnot 1 o clock, and a-ar bail to aaaut,
Mr H....ru.Uil Kail rJtaa Bar llaaara.
V if Hold ftod J. H. Arrtaoa, aahad that th baal
t not roId. aa b waa raady Mat to tail aad Uk
th oonaaxttMaa of any oot b bad oaouaitud.
A CHrarn Cuuhuh. Dmm af nm Onwajc-
MT, IB Ilia oawMi rBir uni-. k
aontod a pUt4rMilnhahalfof lb African ftlathadlat
r-pl-oopal charch or thla at, prayin -Mnpanaauun
for lajurtaa to thalr church proparty b roaaiaa of tb
... !.. aT lh. 4 i.ltnl nnonk. Tha rhanti la In.
(tMJoalbaanathwaatenrnarof rloatb Uapttot and ft
atr-ata, and tb partial niUnaapof Ui Capi ud crntad
baa laool tba iburob im www ui araoa, aoa rao
darad It almost Inaooaaalbm la rainy wawthar Kanl
nant bnlldara b bar a.amtnad U bollutoc oatk
mat lha daair at aboat Kafarrad loth
UommUto on Liahna.
Tmt AtvTPnrr to tha- lioojr Bride by th atarr
lUtUoaaaka. on Toa-day araoinc pro to b of a rery
aartoua c tin mo tar Th aUamor .track, th cntrof
tba apan not tb of th draw, with full for, ant tin- th
lower chord In two, braahtnn all tbaappar tbabara, and
prootplUUn the wbol Uto th rtvvri taaaaa to th
amoaai or aonni vvw n wwv, w iiht wu
endd. and will b for nm Um, tfll Uncnaa tnakaa
ana nacaaaarr appropnaiinn.
I.ii.mi. ullaa Ulanlar hum fanda an hanil
for brida rapaira. tb lnooolne of thta aoeldant
eaannc O ovar-oauroaMu, aa uua mofi a arraat man
way for ail kind of otarkUa aad baUdin; attfttorUI
to our oily
11, llArmraNAT!WlftBiretma -ThnMaa
Of lhaaa ealabratod bkUat U oaparaU-lad U th bUtr
..f Mlirin. a im ban hf ft tUll ta hla aaLahliali
matit, at Wo. 1S11 aad UU I'aataaylranU avanu. wbr
iioakaftaaar dally pot apraody fnroblptaaiit lory
city tnthonntry Ihla anltraUr pupiaraaadJaia
baa aaaaaaafnlly Introduced llaol, and on Jl own mar
Ha, tbrouflioattli land
. i.aniiara inauv VT1B Diuni mtm mrgmiif rvoorn
meBdail br tb moat mlnao rdyoaaaaa. and endoraad
haanily by tha wbo bad abm la aa. and ar batnc
ually uaoil aim 10 moat
tioaof debtbtatad eon tin
PTOLK r II Kit. Klin4Tt0. Th pbU oboul
ittalnatlona raaurday. war a follow)
Urat itshnnll Hatrlot, Primary-Pri mart Ito. It aad
11 IllaM llamlal and Kavdart Banaad dlatrtal. Koa. 11
and lJ,aleara,M V, lloVla aad Kara Third district,
Nub. li.ll ami IXMlaaBaTLan-iari Vaa Utawlak.aad
Mai lBUrmdlla..f. of tb rrth aohr-idbv
Irh-uUiMM A Lao, itajaai.
Tha amlnatlona wra ftoaarally taU aad theroaah.
rally IB aad taraf h.
bMparanlaaf ih.MUa,
itdurlac thb)fy
ann yar raa huiihh
a niunbar of whom wr praaaai
MTaTViibMaDiaArrrAjtaMiSL Ayoacw
awimmad
Uonry W IjUiaiud, lVk la tha
uuifiua. aiara in um wiiraaa
ORio. anwitianiy an
iiiBl riailrk II
ddanlydiaapaad afonday tfaawr.Mi
ft5?r.
K KAUrlwrft-anlotbrwath rtr aararai dara,
and on thalr arrival at th Haatb atrt wharf b llt
hla parly and baa nut booa atl our heard from atno.
Ilia wtl an 1 fun II j ar vary ajurh aUnrtad ahoal him,
and any lnftrwaUiiaoiMoeaic bla heroaboala wonM
oa cooarimiy rociu oy
TBI. ItUaM rrn timet. Krery
rnaai to baaooaoa
lb atraala f eatarda aaa (to belie
inenta) ou of the Ol malurtir. and, r
iortlf. and. Pr awiimii
oacD in ji lunm i an
i la an aa) lnu lur on of th fortr or
offliaa. Kry awatiamaa iiiBaiil to
nalbla tantoao hi bmbrhmbuUd
fllty enrporauoa
hin Uia laul iifi
bycruwda, and nearly every aa la eaaftdaat thai
wUlbeibcbaip iu m of tb piao tobt lor
AhBiral or tub TALLArdoeA Tb United BUI
r.aamar j aiiapooaa amrea at ma nary yara y war aay,
aln;beaeairadfnreonr weeta paat m ana eoylnft1
(rorernmenl freight to Mew Vrk, Doe too, a 4 Aaoap-
wia. i ne omoera ana erw war rnuoa eaaynaeo in not
arritln bar In Uui forth etoeUna, towel of them
belD uler In tba Seventh ward,) but, owlnc to th
Itrevaleno of dm fee, Ihey war aoabt to rwaeb tb
THE ( OLraiptA RtrtWAt dealr to romlad oar
tit reatlere an aB who may t Intaraa led. that th
iMifika In ronolT aobaarlptlaoa t th oepMal atoeh of
lh t ulnmbla railway will b oponad to-day at h
lluard of 1 rod Rooaaa, h. Bit Marbot Bpaoo, rma lh
lunir uf lu o elnrk a, m to I oteok . aa. Thla bo will
iiiiitw an impuriant pan or oar any aow weenea
rtJwu facllifta. and ail lata aeted aheajid oom I
ward proiBpllyandabaortbrrtoak A ft ha'
luenttl
lentarprta
ItaoUtooaplialutu.
Thi WiArniioTini AwnfJoLDMfttA OmMtMrattin
nfthUHr atMfcaapaaled br ft aambar of 4iaUalabd
! at aaau rwaua o w. wui etara west I -
day. at a a ni frw Uila Htr for WUHamebarc Pa., at
thlllai!n of lh (trend f)ummwdfT af pMOylft
nU to bo breamt at thalr KneampaMat, lob bald at
V1 Ja" Umrim ManpM; th
lb fare for U ond lripUlA ThComm
rla ipvt to babant abunt fwaT day.
mmuLj Rlbk.
on trio to Koropo, both a a M N T&bZuSZ
.baa for lb abo
. J""! v" "Tl ;" "una na will pnr
''". i"w matt line, nf the
I. Wew-h blm af.'Jea5
nnoai vaaivra laune. n
ftapeedj
Botluna.
iiaedj return, aad ftiao
flllTU WltD P.HUI 0t.PB.-Tll Bllth Wl
Kmery Uub held ft maednc on Tbday aalny at
wtildh a r larua nuniLar ni
The unly btainnta UtnMtd waa th paUUm of
Maura V II Jlutia (president) and U, X Blama.
'ihalr olTonc u rotiny fur lb nowan ticket ana
w in kiiuttb werv prwaont.
.p mvuurav ejeiui u Marry EaaaMUto M
TnKfMlbftlnf lbIAlte'Aaioelaiioa of th tint
Woat (HhiaTiAN AaaOtiATioai Wa - '-
"Xr.?&t&&
TaSrstVldd
ftbA4 mail a'Jl
tfthBplaCB
I MOHK lAJVYKIIM, I
i t.-r ";.".-. :.7.:,-,7"""r"' v..
..!.. LI. .! I I "I"!.
TM innnl nrnminiWTOinni l mum . m- m.m i ,--,
nllh Ufmareatatlonal Che rah leal ntahl, was n very I Hntl-nti
brilliant affair Th cbnrrbwnvrdlwUhrrtiMl
r th mdulM and of Um InHUntloa. Urame- 1 ...
tnHta haln. aa OanaL nf th -Mlf "!. M th (Ml
fllMoni pm r HaaaUir ltarpnUt t tb brilliant
array bof htm u act aa Mia ona
Th MartncHatMl wMtaalUadan and nllfenwt
lh noBwrioit wlib It ohtdo mnil,
lln Malt. II Carpntr dallrarad tha ftrmlraratrr
addrM which waa rvolat Hb boirtor andanndad
tlo o th aradaala. Ill ad Ho In reward tb -lactlnn
nf a IncaUon hlr la ma aatarfnln.
tni
ira reHd wttb tb craataat apptaoaa.
iirta nnator nna:ni ton can ion
or that tbrir aaanrarJlahiawat woaklb
nt i niua rav Mim
m taxiiBbimi wiaiwwa oi in namm, or wr
. Unmmafirtn Ihwlr Brat atp In th pnrfaaatow,
ha niinmrtnrl tit afva ta tha wiawibata ot tha olaaa ufh
adrlo aa,hal3. hathoaabt wnM bftbn of ad-
vanta- tnnJM haa nroatl nwnan n pinowo
la llfa Pinaif ha armmtA aparl aa alnmal lodlaOAnaabli
! aaeaaaa. A rldl rnaai taay nlr tha klna-doraof
MTf,Na ncnmnnqinui an ;"
rrlaMlof bladtMwaapartllarlrirMMl It waa thla
Kaavotof polbum womavi ran mis In oarAtaart
aaa miUoi and inaaan btf arir raapari."
laowdadlnc hratwd to th at rani Oiroaah
whU lb onaniry bad rntt paaaad, aa th naeaa.
alUaairfrhthiMad aad artihartwllaaaMldaoavT.
of th paaaaot bortr H waa th dolj of vor man,
tpalallf INalawiw.toaoalhatw ban to oar an
olairt rmt fnr lhlrmtltoU(a-
lr HaaiaaJ Tfrthadalirad lb addroaa la th
rnl'trimrtTv u w5,jtot, i ".
prarfrfwnl of th (wWa.aiWrawfWl thwrlawa aa h. nrm
laaifMr lino Aaana Howdalt, With hi allra Inrka.
irraoltoara(htririr.and h hla raanatnr alhnrlrd
(o aoofurTin of tblaatftiinrilalawhlrh tn-otaht b-
awraapwra. Aa wiwnmimu uwoiuni mpmn
what h had ofton aa4 bafnravTb Innaar I lira I
mot I am onlnad tbU tha priuoliwaof CTjrUt
f CbrUUan
moralllf Uasht la th rw Taaiatwrna are in nop of
oarenwntry Thaa ai tb" foundation ofrrpob-
IbtBM iHBiiintlnnB inl of nmr awimnn law
Mntrll
Onhiadaalhbad, raenrrlna toUila Hatemont,
lantThamaht
tUr praldntof thcjilrt "La noamtnal mom
WHutfwaatJ paaa wlthnt rwUarttrnj thtatrat h
II BflJ pnwn fH Pirm wth itti hiktit. hrpvi
nnantmoaa I tnotr ronvtcUoa on thta pnlrrt. It r lh
Amartraft panplo. whoa aarranta row ar tab. If any
nattnn i ataiaamaa war r tboroojib atwlanta, and
tharafor atapl ballTrt la thla troth It baa bran lh
fathataof oar country from Waahlnion. Mo may
tbnrU in rlltna i thai may doa bt aa to th 4, hrial tan.
rvtarat bn 1 wtU ot do to trtfl with th Itf of ft
oatlon Una aiporlinant of Ihla kind Ul of tha
iMlbnlrahbnp'r'oaItooch poopla will anAtv
In th prtarraaa of modar ptrUiaaUon A frank Urt, a
Wobatarraay dnttbt ttll tbay bar faraaUaatodi bat
hay wi r thrnoih It UI1 aaUanml
On your tomrHHtoa, ynan rmtUmw. If thla td
aih. "lalthlaKhrleilBn. he not (necrlbod. Ut not
that dread memorial of lh " R-trn of Torn " Uk It
pUoVHorkteaarWptto.'' May tb fa-. If art th
yawiel ft Uaght b lb irl Maatrt b four admlrv
Iaparlnc,ToanBIntlaman,thla la lh alncer!
reaAnn ol all ran teacher Mar both lb Induatrr
aawi Kfia annniif, aiiaw uiv virit vi lramrasii ,Ha
ehtpandof awbalamaaly anarteey, whleh baa marked
oar mataal lnlronaralrt th lector-rrunt b carried
by roe) Into tha-offlr and th ooart-toom.
la ephere where yon hereafter oun may lAh b
to yon ft far noblr tartlirirmul than th diploma eta Una
patharaotrwbloh w now rrrvroai thl man III
epka for him.
i d umJ o uiv inuuiiiv, wtw Minn vajrvm in orntir,
and aa they earne forward eooh waa received with matka
of apprriliaUon and floral faro from their frtandi In
th aodleno.
Prof JohoO Kenned then wrnl th prla,aa
First nrii Foe aa au n Tha mwi
eiar to declare an art of (Jonaraaa mid
wraaiiiy, - wwamea ii. atanovrruie, oi i en a ihhuvw
weeena pru. ror an aeaay on " Marjiay an
ore " to Ueory R. Webeter, of Rhode laland
Third rrUe- ror an aay upon "Tb rnloa whkh
hmtld aneera eontia In Intarpretatton of wUla,"ie.
t William Poire Befl. of Wailnytoo, U O
Tb totcleei loet with a beoedleUua by Dr Dam
Th followfnff la Hat of th cradaat Ttwk Y
ladnrann. Waahlnatoni Ualhlaa 11 llaitar. llhlni
PirrW Pell, WaahloRtrMi t Hrman H Bennett, N
Y llenr U lllUa.Li Arthur II row nine. Waahui
tnat Utnrtton Browalnf, Md t Thomaa U Callao,
Waabha(tont ITelder B Cnew (lenryotown tMnrumT
Ctarh. Waahinjrtno J H tleodenlna;, Mo. John K
Ulltle. Ky t Thorn, A. Connelly, Waahlnctoa i
tllennW Oooper, WashlncUm. JohiilA Uurwla,Tihli
M 1 fJourtaey, Waahtat-toni Tm K. troarr, Mich.
rLOokvr, V, Waahlutnni Charles 11 lHckeoa,
nd.) 11-nryR, Pllkitt, Waalitnctoo l John Praahm
owler.TaiaaiN A Poller, K Y t Meory W tJamett,
Waahlnion j Wm U. Ureen. N V Wm P 1111,
VTaablnatonjJnbnP Hanna, Va. s JVed D lUrrt, III ;
JnbnJay HawkUa, Ind. t M IT llewett, Mil Wjllya
P Hodc,WaamtifloniCnrtbiW lloloomb.TWa.fA
JohaeTu iltenrjC Johnaon, WaahtDctoa.Oha. I
Kaaaon, n t Itarry ami nuainrumi nni; r
Kl", WaahlnftoatJ Prtoahepnr, I enn. Looie P
LeVtv. (tKa. V Lewie, N Y Jam Maode
ille, Wew York Rit, J UarUn. Marylaad)
Rohert Maana.Ttan. HPT MerrtH, Me KdalnA
-ariaara, 1-a.t i-aajfi meiaanoa, n ,jameni Bie-
ralL 1U . Hohvrt W Mrfb
I , Mtimrwn
hid. Itai
!nr
obU. PhlUlM, neortetown
iL Mua . W .1 (V.I
"."rri'V. 'r
Jnaon,Jf T Henry , Handera, If . Y t Lharlea K
Bamann WaabiMtoni VViU A hbort. Pa. i bartd Blnea
beach, Pa,iLaaaIaaM Tbomaa. lowai Jamee Tooiney,
Pa.,Jahn A.Tooniey P.tChaa. II. Underwood, Pa.
u arena rv Hon
nraioara ii ntrnr, i uemn rrreoeier. K Li
A J WoluiarMU-t rrank I Willi. pa.t 1 W
nnoua, inq i i nomaa nooajara,
ia YlrVfOI
huH Y
ntCK TO TBft BE MXTAftSACThMI OW TKK Rur MT.
At ft moatfoa- of lh Hacwabt of th Hail ibeon Ian Inatl
tattoo, held la Waahiaatoa an Lha old da ai la. Ift
W rnlTdi
That linn. Halmoa l t-ha. Chief JaaUee of tb
United Htatoa and I hanoollnr of the Board nf Beaenta i
I loo. la-naaa TrambulL a hanntnr fn laa M mt.J
jUlnola aad Ilea. Lake P, laaad. UepreeeaUU
from lh HUte of Vermont, b appointed to prepare
th Board of Hawa to, a Lett aoorediUaa;
illenn.th Urtryof aald InaUtotion,
to vlalt Forort, to th virion learned In.
MMletlea, aaJ pomoo La lb horapoon
Prof joaeph
who la aboat I
BUiaUonft. eeaUtiM, aaJ penoa La lb karopoan
Aooordlayly th followtaeT ha bn drawn apt
The omlriowd. oheortally aoceptln th tfatj
feraL dooal behalf of Lh board of rant
th daty Ihoa
aordlally eommead tha Uarnad and aaavabt eeer.
W - iHUwaai t htaw aeaatBiratbia aad
rnnMnceiM in wuw inniMir, afwieue ami
parana en eeeh at rep aa oaamlrte ft ha may Bod
faaaiarUt liar Haaltbanalaa wa tawadad br lha
bberahty of friend and promatar af aetoaa la Pit
rap wbo) ar reelded La thl mntry It maetb.
wnevwiofi. HI anan mrt www Hi. ia
lav iniaiOBft IB Ul RKVannv aii aau
oaceaaa and ad vaaaaaaaal of i
ataa and dllaatn; kwleAaa i
itotthala
UtaUnn, Blwaaalaa
aaaav 1 wmm m nai
arfxa Uia I lha ai aal ancM
Et eootrlbaUon it haa otad to theeoiawoa aad
dad f of th world, ar ry tersely do to lh
MMt effort of Prof, lleory. who ha had Ui a
tla eharw aad control W H from It lafaacy
Tka Ikaard of aT aaaa le haee advlaad a tiaallna a hla
ewen Ubura for th loaUlaUoa, for tbla vlali to ho-'
rope ml they bop that II may b both acreeabl aad
uroBiebln to blot. Ayala enmotondiaa bim I tba hoe.
pluUlt of tb laarnad eavaaa nf Pap, w bar lh
haararVepaheerlbeoaraalva, Ar . thtinod)
CblelJ'
oolaajni
JaaUoaUaiUdBUMdCbaaoaUarelhmlUw
naUtaUoaV .
U oiled Htatoa HnM,
Ult P. flMBTL
n TT.7 I-7 ITTZT?-
iwiHTHitayn iran i
Oai IIiiX OmiBTKaT -Th nnnJ report of th
Peard of Maaager mt th Oak HtU Oemetory Oonv
at thalr
th
nband April ,
a,e,BliUU43i
Ita, BlliwjT oaab
l,Ltt1JB, waolptoTromealeaof fot
eioonditwree, lljsLuai Inveatmenta,
oabftpd BUM "ft ateok aad bondal
paoy. '
dar)oU
aboeria an laereaao of the Inveeted fund
r of BllUl In vlw of thekryeatuw r
ld on the parchaaaef lota, amoaatlnc
rj tw, with Intoreet aooraed theraoa, lenm
tw.w,w onani ph oaniwouaiy aeirmiaea, wita
nMMorvUoa,tordotbaprio from B1JU to 1
pee lea, nod eeil only for eaah. rh prio of bound
Ptenea haa ale bean red need from tn Bt,
ihaeLhlraupplleoath tpouthe proooad to go
lh traaanr ni the enmnanw An biin ralliaa h.a
bft rootod oa th whole troal an Road and Aloof
blub, will add much I
bnty of tb ewmetory
Hntli tha ralllnv anit mm.
aitt nl Mr Laxmi. A aabiianllal
wall, oa tba Koch creek front, wUI b balll dartn th
omtner, wbea tb water la th creak la lower, Carb
tone hoe been , aad lh footwara pared, oa th
enure mmt oa luta ua atoniTomry aireeu, ana an
appropriaiaia haa bee made by tb eorpuratioa for tit
araIlB-of lloadalreaL Tba PutoniM water la now
blnclntrodaed,wl(lob will prove aireal oanvanlane.
ITai, BartrrKThiorof WUILatn T Walker
A Bra. at thnrner of iiaad Klntb etreeta, wa
rolibdoTaadanihtnf aboat BlUI worth of prop
ert Kn clu to th burslara.
Mr. Martha lleaaley, realdin on K atreet, near tha
Hotter market, aaalaiftad eorlou laMrioa na Too.
day alht by fall in down a dark atalrway Ir Bren
nenuaa rendered ail poaalbl modlnai aaalitiana.
W A Heotl waa inoM yeterday oa lh chanr of
aaaaultln JohaBoutL. lUaaaheld la bie awn rem
nU too if keep th po Ceaeo- th reoent elea-
rnerVMtth Waahlnytom Kmery el uli leolnred) eel'
brAdthBietaaarthlr anddrt fur Mayor by
ftraod ball na Taeedty alac Aa LntcrwUn Umo
waavnJnyeiL
Mr WUlUmMarbarTtof neormetown had bla luket
ptrkad of BlUoa th Arenu yealwday
1 he proierty clerk of tb Meianpolitoa polir fore
which baa been
TT 7. ""- ftmtuwvmf a aii an, in ou iruca
o for all mnntha iaat.
jus
meeh damaa
Look Hmiih Bwoa'a Die I
'k waa corn in 1 1
re)rdar oa tbfar-f ae
WaehlBft-toa Aletan-tt and fleornW Hamphrera
ere eeat m fu, enargea wun illegal roUay aU retie-
II ar miuM nw eara Mifnh.i, liiwu., vH.,jAr
II I haa who nloaeed Iheau men did anonlyalter rood
irtiy had bn offered and accented.
aa Ihe lafl In lha ilUmmn traJa 1
a. After thntr
relaeee they !ef l In lb aiUmnnn
hvdwhiMthBairdof PoIWwwaa Ineo-olon. W
iuerwroi
much In J attic L Mr t-li.
Ptjor T. A Oi. dU-nete and pejmrirt. lrf th
"Balm nf life" enrew of Nlth aad I fair. a. ha la
Taad the Ota of thbvtue eonUlnln hia popular
,--.., Hvsn ,.un 'twiwi wiuiowtan ia
" I'm e uiiiwiiuui pi nil iMim,
R. PirtTOV A Co., pawnbroker, ITlnta t treat, near
PenaaytvanU , advartla fur an r ngliah girl to
w, a a. aw aiaa ainruw lur Beta lOBuaaiUUO-
Ula la complete order , .ieo, a open top baggy and
duubl barn,
Muittft. W M "n-UfTE A nRO,No,lPny
nta ftiaiHft. aall Oi. atl.nllAh.1 lkal.4lu .U-
Uautet to thalr full Block of black Uo potato, whit
" r"" . ' aa tun, aiia man nmr BBaannaoi
dram gtoda, which they ar ortertng at popolar price,
Mratfta.J W norrtaa a rtwi nTn omp.m...i-.
ni arena, betwee Hlnlh nod Tenth etreeta, ha for
aal lh Amricaa bMlr,onof very boat boilerant
diaor4 for cooking meat.
Tg wILJ be ! fMUvftli tt Kvndan cbtpel, oornerof
ThlLrtoea-and half and JJ atret eooth thlalng,
wtU moaie, cream, and ilrawbarrrM, hUmi, A , to
II P WaOOAMtV. aaaeaaiBr to Wuiunu A (in.
dml baa an tared Into o-prtaralilp with Joeepht
PwaTh Tba huaUeaa will haraalavljaannllBnail !
mmw Hvas wai lai v. ajiajai a AI
MraaaUft. fI(HlM A WrtJ. Una lolft aaa lill tunnih
atreet aortliweat, have enUrwedlhetr plae of bualnaaa
and Inoreaaed thli ainck of dry goniia, and ar olturlng
mi porgatna to to lauto uia uiairlct.
Ho I FOR StThniEB flctlL' Fnrnflilntr
uwm iur utn luiuiuaj, auu cucapor UQn erer.
YU i UalrahlrtB and Drkwera. 8L 60. 110 anrf
73ccnU. Whlt Sblrti, T5 ftmi t ccnU, (1
aiui vi a. ejiiuauiariicjo,il-iiiieaiOnOm,
Whrrunttd. tfJ and fttLfiil lfandlrarrI.Ufa
airtM j uemmea, is cents, uontj Bock, ihrco
pBlrfiiria uenU. E.ccUont Taper CollBm,
tluili lUica button-hole, 10 rent per box, Th
ftMJgt rBlier CnlTa. A r-onta 1r nr M wnli u
SrlftJB. CBUBndrorjTlofTJYoareclTCB. rjuiio
jCkrt.iiMAh-.No 4098cTCDthitrccL ltweca
D tad . BD1 MftrUo HalL Nn. VM Rnranth
Blrrtt, oppnfllo Patent Office
"AIUMi IIlTHi
AI0 OoDUeracn BtrBw Itu of cycry tle-
avfljilttf",
JJlracli! And Trimniud.
AtA-T WMUtv , ftH PaniiajrlTBuU avBu,
ovatfi amo, virrcvu vm, ami avwi hi.
IOMiannlld )
C'lut la lb f lrfYrt.
, prnrroft nr aa Tatnrwi Jttr Araaraao
Arllnxton to aaalut la airawlnji flowar on th
naparHxl anwiara. wnu atHl black
r laarnad that th black aiflnwu
, pomllUMt to root what lb nowara war atrawn,
I that hla ronaiaa wrara olaoad In ft oornar. br tba
rajrakl On that oeoaaton I protaatad aaalnat tha
diooadlarrtmlnaUontand waaaarad that It ahontd
b diflvrant thla vr, I thla a
K honor in daad. but ki mi
rad that thai war tn b V
I thla wrk aaaln onnlrlhnlad
f aT" ranrunuumi
,wn dlatlnal ordora of
rrla. for lh whit and on for lh colored
aldlrai tw9dlehriot artillery, the etelaee for
thablacla to UhepUoe, a th paper elated, "at th
cine at lb teniae at tb HaUotial Ueraetery at
Wwrit,ailr th flrat eetebraUon. to lh hollow
where lay th depled hlark h-rn. with a flc. an
trrhy,noinonnatrntUkethnwhieh mark th apot
wher th while hem Heat nothln; bal a enramnn,
broad. tlt Bald of arth. -lib. head boarda.marka th
deardat apot k no aeaU wer there, no tor, oo to, no
land for apeakera, eoch aa waa i rovklod for tbne at
lh rmetry for th while, fftt whit lei tor r.
paired to th abrine to atrew flower over tha black
aoldleraa-rar, a half dostt lndlnnt ttermana,
who, (lodbleea them for tholr baart. Weed with an
dnepleed eolored people In their monrnlnc
I feel that I may b pardoned for alladm to thU elf
eatUao, bat black men feel a well a whit men
(1-CO. T, UOWHlaO.
WiA-nto-rat. May IL 1,
Th fthoT b) ealtfnUted to do toa Injaatlc to th
(I rand Army of th Itepahllo. Tbr U ant th
r1(htt a-round for th Implleatlon thai ther wa any
"odlont4le(irtariltMllonnln th matter of lh decoraUaai
of aoldlera' raa, etifcrd i,r hlt,o lhthday of
MayUat, Aat th "two aiatiaetoraertar etorolae,
no for th wbll and on for thonloroduldlera,Mr
Jowaln4 laeqnally nntorttmat lnthwantof yroaod
for th ertlon
Th fftcUof trmdeeoratlm ar almply Iheawi Th
plaanlna tnd ptneecot Ion of th work of deenrit la th
era of UakM tuldleri wa don ander th ftoaplea
of lh(lrand Army of IhalUpabUo. Pot th parpoa
of faoUltoalnc th tmrh, al ovmmllteoa, with
peeUl doll aanLyned to each, wr ftpptald. In
th ptnlntmat of tone Coram lit colored veteran
warn not lnord t la fact, th dnlnd was honored
with an appolBtmnlaM thro of lb mnel lotporUnt
onrtnlttM. vli Plntae. rienUtt aad Xemtlon,
Ther wr ftlaa Iw colored veUrani en other ftnm
mitt
TbaUrandArmyot thRot-abH elted lh mm
eierron Arlinarton lleUhta M th moat annroortata
pbic forth mala irtM UUkpLao,whiah aaab
readily a&deratood wbea It It koown tool th abo
ometoiyeanliMmorjaecif Uabwt enldlertthaa
any other In th ooonUy An unmnd the city of Wh
Ington ar other cemeterloa, eontalaln- lhrrof
UnnnftBlr,caVrdandwhlti It waa th dealr of
thcflrand Army of tb lUrmbU that aU theo-raetorie
h rtelted and lh vre deeoratod In order that thl
ahtvaht b down. It waa deemed adriaabl tn aaatira to
dlffaroat, .wata omalrla In which the had enma tn
torai t lha, th poet In Oenrirtora waa rnotd. to
deoorat the crave tn the tinrilowa cmetcTiei to
lb poet at tb Wavy yard waa aalned thaaonnrof
eorvi- tt lh Oonsreealonal emtorr, and th port of
which lh and r tUtned haa th honor to b ootaaiander,
waa aaaixnod th duttea of demratlnit tb Krarea of th
lord eiddler In the Proodmen a eemetary, near Ar
linaton HelyhU. To each port aaalned to tb abo
pparual dniy, was left the Urn and manner pf perromv
in lh 4nty aealsned there
Thdlrtlee order of i order f mm lh main eiee,
rUae,tbe reader will eaallr underatand, waa oot b.
ane one waa for while and tti other for colored aol
r) tern, but bocaoan they took plae In different pUc.
It woaM b eqnalry jnat to ehante an odlnaa dlacrlmb
nat-na"' earalnat tlie irAe of eohtlera at Oaorvetowo,
at th finraalonaI cemetery, at tb Hold lrar linen,
and at the other emtrte In thla rMnlty heoane no
aland for apakr waa erected, no lee-water fnmubed.
aaer waa inmni.iig ra
wratt aainlaa were Bred
Aato thcabaene
of wfalto!
la eon r in Won, tn tjnoenuyneo lapieaaeo loeoethf
latrat Mr, Dnwnlnf take In th araveaof colored
enldrara. and hop thai h may biin; Into action what
ere Inllnene he may ha to aeon r their removal to
thoir proper plae on ArUajrUm Ilelxhla
tftwuH IhJfoLAM.
Altn4rU iffftln.
TIk) ilazttt of yelcrJaj cctilny htutb
fu)hwtnK hcwb lUiiiai
Xuosa Uio rcrcipla of produce At thl tlj
ty th OrBiiftto. AIcxbi
iHina and .Manaaiii
railroad last vrick wcrot
of corn, 11,773
btulieN. whctL 7.250. rvc 4-fli 1141. ftli.
rorn iocl, CO; flilur, SKI tbt.) tolmcco, M
botn; M boxen of fowl, 1 W cows and ralrcs,
and 14 car loads of cattle and sheep. Durlne
the sauna crlod, biiiomk the other articles of
freight rcwivr-d hi.ro by the Alexandria, Lou
doun and UainiMhlre railroad, vrcro i of com,
,' DU8QC!, WllCai, 0,001 OBIS, I,UOI! ICCd,
no. potauica, iuo; nour, Dia onis ; tmtter.
114, tinra. &5: taJro. 67. fuwls. 1A bote-, ami
3 ear loads of hay and 3 rattio.
Tns hodt of the late Mr. Isaac PeTcrlll,
who Ml oterboard from the steamer Fairy
on Friday last and was drowned, was dlcov
ercd yoiLcrday crenlnjf by tho hands of that
ateanicr while she was ou her way to Farm
Inrton, fluatlnfr In tho rlrcr nrar the place
where tho accident occurred. It was talon
on board and carried to Fort Washington,
where a coroner's Inoucst was held upon It,
aad a Terdlct of accidental drowning rend
cred. After tho Inrjucxt tho rercain vara
taken to Fanulnfiton, but were brooht back
to tins ruy in a row boat last night and were
Interred hcie to-day.
Tin erases of Uic Confederate t4dler In
IxStiunrweroapnrorriiltelT Jnnratnl renl-r.
day ctflnlnj;, and at night 1M was raised at
a itrnwborry fwtUal for tho nurixise of enxt
og a soltablo monument to their memory.
To-dat United Slates Marshal S. N. flsr-
shal f ), Y. Parker, colored, commenced taking
tho census of tills county.
Thp thermometer In the shade, at 1 o clock
to-day, stood at clghty-ono degrcca.
Tub crand procesxlan of th Froo Masons
ycr-terday morning In New York was In every
resnect a decided succe. Tho weather was
ahirlotis, and tho icround pleasa nt f or walklntr.
Tho column formed In tcu divisions. The cere
monies of lajlnir tho coraor-ntono then com
menrvd The dilTe'cnt lodge, with their In
ixnla, presented a splendid appearance as
ther marched through Lbaalxori. arul ltvl
the admiration of the multitude whleh lined
trie r-trocls alone the line of march Tho pro-
evasion is eonaiucrea uio nncsi aii a ov um
Masonic Order erer wttnCMcd in Isew York.
aud more than 40,000 Masons participated In It.
A pibb at nno o'clock yesterday inornloi; In
Newark, X J , destroyed W. P. Vail & fJo.'s
hstfattory The lossls ostlmated at I00.
000, and tho Insurance U mostly In Newark
ofllces. About three hundred workmen are
thrown out of employment by this Are.
WlUlvn Dodd a hat framing and blowing ma
chine Hero damaged to tho amount of 3,000;
InsuretL A fireman named George Warren
m as serlonsly Injured by a falling wall, and
John Poydir, a private watchman, was sort
ouely Imt not fatally burned
Woipp'b Continental Telegraphic Company,
of Ucrtln. with snb-agcnelcs In the principal
titles of Kuropc, know nothing of any recent
dlnturbamc in lloumanla. the manarerot
that company deelana the telegram of Vdulph
Crcinlenx to In an exaggeration, and says all
rtnorta touching tho slaughter or banishment
of Roumanian Jews Is batcles. Diligent In-
3 mric in lAHiuuu nnu un tuu conuncni lau to
Ucnvcr any foundation of the terrible stories
whtih hatu becu publUhod In the United
ounce.
navTiaTMBirof tortoand fahlon who can
npprcclato an cosy fitting gaiter or nalklug
sIiimi, aad at tho samo time ono tiiat combtnes
elegance of appearance, will bo pleased to
learn T 8. Oartrcll has lust received at Ids
popular cstabllahmcnt. No. 000, corner of
SctcnthAnd I streets, a large Invoice of fine
seal and Frcnth calf galurs and low rut
walking shoes; also, e cry conceivable variety
of shous for ladles and children Ills stock Is
complete In all Its departments, sttoitod with
Uio utmost care from the best manufacturers
In this oountrr. It Is com tan 1 1 v ladntf rtr.lrn.
Uhcd vi ith all tho HuiaouaUo noteitles, and
niwio ui giMxisnrc in ino inoni ucnirablo qual
ity, It I an Important fat I well vi orth rcmcui-
ocniig uiai iiu prices aru cxtruinly reason
able Foit Huts
Until Drill Pulu, i 50
Unen I hick Hnlfa. t3.
A few Uooltn BulU jet on hand, from (5 to
wo.
Turrhascrs villi tall early
Geo. 0 lIcifNiNu,
No 410 '.lh street N W
llUr TUURSTUaWllATH.WlttTBT8lllRTA.irN
deb Clot u I no and Tiu-kkb at Lewis', W0
oeTcnui sircei, uetwrun 1 ana K.
i'jO dozen Btraw Hats, from 15 cts. np,
Trr our Linen Dosou Biiikt. ai tl .'!.
100 Tudmkb In store and new ortna coming
The Finest Goods at tub lowest pucks,
"" "" "i aui ecu iur jvurauiTC.
Oooprlco only
IkduCiubnt to But (loon Bguriwn Mt.
cniME. WUcox it Glbbs' Sewing Maclilne.
mo most aunpio and best ronstrncted sewing
machine, will hereafter bo sold on liberal
term. Innulre at lha inrnrv. Ilanm'a iwa
and hoopekart factory. 4J ScTvnth street, to-
tncvii J auiu Cm
Tub Laxqbst amu bbbt belbctioh of Neck
Ties. Bows and flcarfa fur the aiimnir-r aeoann
lust received at Faabc A UoLUUiVi Popular
umu rurnisuing uoooa nioro, no. tuutSCT
entJi street, between D and E, and Marble
Hall, No. 007 SoTonth atroct, ppposllo ratent
aiuvi.
.Oa tba betltia af llraav Voultii. 1 Hai..h.ia
Klaaducaof Wartembars, flenntnr, prertnc for the
e tUntkav nf a Ptat irttUd ie bera aa tha lta d j of
Aesaai it. liel, for a JBpreiaaIaAdaulac Wood
Ptbree to I aper Palp
It la ordered that th UaUaanaf In lh eat b elo-ad
on th Miadurof Jslr att, Ui toe lira foe aiia
arctiniant and U. aaaaaiafw a reparl b llaiHlad to Ui
tfafr-SKJ a"1! Lfrf " r
Aaf perao laar oppoa liila eiteaakt.
mss-Tia
naautii B, ruilltK.
Cornmlaalonar of I'ateala,
TTflrTKD STATPJ" PATKNT OPPICR.
SL ... . . W"HDtOTO. I Ma fl. IS70.
. On tb paUtfm nf WlLLLtM A. KIHJIT. nf Antmn
Jf j Yerh prajrn for the eiUoatna of a patent iran!
!?ilLp?"'.yt0! PtMbr, ltt ralaaiiMl
thlUhdayof Mareb IWi and anla rHaraed la I
iuhnMljMmXTzJTlSeiil' r'w a'1 ,,,w H ,h
vettln ftlarhlnaat
IUerderdthattbftfniarilalh aa b eloeed
en tb Sd daf of Attfost aeil Uial tl lira for filla
trtTiipant aad tb KiamlBers rJort be limited to the
UUi Oar f Aocuat aeit, aad that aald petition be heard
(MtbslTthdaf of Auraataaib
ai ftwrauaj noarpimee hub riimni
11 ARCHITECTS,
4f Btrftt, tfBMlU Pit OHfr DsArtsif
(orncuul
latth or THRiirr rtatct
rasl at Rfr)d kmIob f rrtf(lrt Cagr.
PUBUO-O. W.1 t
Aw Act tn amend an art entitled "An act pro
Tiding for tho sal of a portion of th Fort
Gratiot military reservation In St. Clair
county, In the State of Michigan, approved
Jul twentieth, eighteen hundred and sixty
elghL
lie it mficfcrj oyfAe fknnfe find lhcof
lteprfrtnUtti tf Ihe fir-I 9a7ra o Atmr
m tn Vtmjiru tusrwiWrd, That an act entr
lied "An act providing for the sale of a por
tion of the Fort Gratiot military reservation
In 8L Clair county, In tho Slate of Michigan,"
approved Jnlyitwefittcth. eighteen hand red
and tlxty-c Ight, be, and the samo ta hereby,
amended by adding to tho end of tho second
section thereof tho following, to wlti "Vo
tf'tof. That there shall be, and Is hereby,
granted to the city of Port Huron, In per
petuity, for public grounds, to bo designs ted
and known as 'Pine Grove Tark, all that
portion of said military resenre known and de
scribed as follows, towtu commencing at a
point mi Uic Sl Ualr river bank, being north
slxtr degrees and flftr-flve minutes east, ono
chain and MTenty-flve links from tho soathat
comer oi ron uranoi military cemctcryi
thenco south slxtr drurecs and flftT-flrn mln-
ntes west, eleven chairrs and fifteen links, at
right angle) with and to Intersect the east line
of Harrington a roue, so-called; thence south
twcnly-nlno degrees and five minutes east,
along the east lino of said avenue, twenty
chains: thence north slxtr degrees and flftr-
flre minute cast, at right angles with said
atcuue, to tho United States boundary lino In
tiro St. Clair riven thence northerly along
said boundary lino to a point at which tho
nonneriy nno oi ino auovu aeocnucti 'rine
GroTO Park' extended In a tight lino easterly
would Intersocl tho same; thenco westerly
along said extended northorlr line to the nlace
of beginning. Containing twenty and ninety-
nunannui acres) oi tana, togeuicr wnn mo
rher front adjoining thereto,
Approved March 13, 1870.
(Public Na 83.
Ait Act to confirm tho aitortlonnicnt and
amend certain, laws of tho Territory nf Ari-
ronit.
IkitcMcMbvOvR'naltntuUhtHMtofllrr
rrseniafresofA VnUnlfitittofAritvin
uonyrrn niwmwoi, inn ine apportionment
nf inemlicri of tho Legislative Asscmtillcstif
tho Territory of Arizona, elected and eon
rcned In the Tears elirhtccn hnndrod ami
sixty-six, eighteen hundred and slity-vcti,
and eighteen hundred and slxty-elglit, made
by tho Governor In aecordanco with the laws
of said Territory, ho, and the samo Is liercbv,
declared legal and valid under tho organic
new
Sec. 2. A nl he it further etmHnL That an
election for members of the next Legislative
Assomblr. and for all tonahl. countr and
dlstrlut officers, and for delegate to tho Forty-
pccotju tvungrcM oi tue umica oiaies, snail do
held upon Uio Tuesday after tho first Monday
of November, In the year eighteen hand red
and seventy, and tho Governor shall order
such election by proclamation to t Issued not
less than two mouths previous to said day.
In said proclamation he sbaU declare the num
ber ot members of each branch of tho Legis
lature to which each county or district of said
Territory shall bo entitled, and such appor
ment shall bo based unon the noonlalliin aa
shown by tho census to bo taken fn tho year
eighteen hundred and seventy, under tho low
of the United States, and If such census Is not
completed In time, then the apportionment
shall be made according to the population as
slrnwn by the best Information to bo obtained
Said election shall he conducted Inconformtty
to uio laws ui tue territory no a ot t,ongrcM(
and the term of office of all township, county
and district .officer shall expire upon Uio
IhlrtyHrat day of December, eighteen hundred
aud seventy, and that of all olQccrs elected as
heratn nrotlded shall bcrln unon tha first da
of January, eighteen hundred and seventy-ono.
Bee. 8. Ami be it further rtuuit. That tho
persons that elected to the next legislative as
sembly shall meet at the Canltol ou the second
vtrancMiay in vanusry, eighteen nunarcdand
seventy-ono.
Bee. 4 And be U further enacted. Ttist thit
governor shall fill by appointment all vacan
clos In township, county or district ofllces tn
said Territory, until tho thirty-first day of
December, eighteen hundred and seventy)
and until the soma Umo ho may remote town
ship, county and district ofllccrs, and fill their
places whenever In his judgment Uio public
Interest will be promoted thereby.
Sec. 5. Awl 1 it further ennrifil, Thzi Jus
tice of tho peace In said Territory of Arizona
shall not havo jurisdiction of any matter In
controversy where Uio title or 'boundaries of
land majr bo In dispute, or where tho debt or
lars. " ""
Approved, Jlanh 33, 1670.
triTBUC No. 24.
An Act prescribing tho duty of the Secretary
ot tho Treasury la certain ce therein
named.
lie U enacted by the Renal ami limine of
M7rT"rrMttiwa vj uus tjnwnrUUM 0.inrr
tea in Congrett aitnnbled, That whenever any
State shall have been, or may be in default
In th payment ot Interest or principal on In
vestments In stock or bonds Issued or guaran
teed by such State and held by the United
States In trust. It shall be the duty ot the See
mijtr of th Treasurr to retain tha wholn. nr
so much thereof as may be nocecssary, ot any
uruui-j a uuv un uj aiiruum irum 1110 ImlOu
States to such State, and to apply tho same to
the payment of such principal and interest, or
cither, or to tho reimbursement, with Interest
thereon, ot moneys advanced by tho United
States on account of Interest due on such stocks
or bonds.
ApprovcduMarch 25, 1870.
rriiBUcZNo. 23.J
Am Act iwaui to acknowledgments of deeds
or other Instruments of writing In the Dis
trict of ColumUa.
At if Cftnrfcd by the Senate ami llonto of
ItrprfMBjaUvttofthe UnUedRaieM of America,
ft Conyreu a$etUed, That from and after
tho passage of this act tho acknowledgment
of any deed, contract, bond, or power of at
torney, concerning lands in the District of
Columbia, hereafter made before one justice
oi tne iM-ara only, cither In said Pittrlct or any
Slate or Territory of tho United Stales, shall
bo held and deemed as ralld and effort ui f.r
all purpose-, as through such acknowledg
ment had liocn made before two or more
justice in mo iioacc
Approved, MarthSS, 1870.
ruBUoIlNo. 85.1
Am Act to extend tho Umo for the completion
of tho lateral branch of tho Baltimore and
Potomac railroad, authorised by tlie act
an'iuiw 4-uurunrj mill, eiglllCOU UUIiarCU
and sixty-seven, and to change tlie location
In tho tltyof ashlngton along tho bank of
tho canal.
bcrcos a charter was granted by an actof
i uvrvua trjiartcr was gUMUM UJ an BCtOl
igress, approved February fifth, eighteen
drcd and sixty-seven, giving to the JJsltl--o
and Potomac railroad Company tho
vuiif.wi, a,
nunarcc
more ana ruioraac rauroan L'umranv
privilege of constructing a lateral branch of
their railroad into the District of Columbia
aud the city of Washington, and hcrea
under 1 ho said ait tho time for tho completion
of said lateral branch was within four years
from tho possairo of tho att, and as Uio work
on tho Hue of tho road within tho city of
Washington Is very heavy and will consume
a long time In Us coiutnutlon, and whereas
the work has already been delayed In submit
ting tho plans and location to Congress for
thur approval therefore,
lie it n sored by the fvnale and thane oflbv
rcM-nlatirtt of the Untied Nate of America in
Connrtaa$MnjJtd That the seventh section
of tho act to authorize, the extension, con
struction, aud una ot a lateral branch or tho
Baltimore and Potomac railroad Into and
within tho District of Columbia I and the
samo Is hereby, repealed, and Ihe ihno for tho
completion, of the said lateral branch of tho
Baltimore and Potomac railroad be, and tho
same Is hetrby, extended to the first day of
f ebrusry, eighteen hundred and seventyfite.
Sec a. .And bit it further macteiL That tho
said company, If It shall so elect. Is hereby
aulliorixud to adopt a lino In the city of Wash
ington, from some point west of list Fourth
street, In the line designated In tho act of
Congrcas, approved March eighteen, eighteen
hundred and sixty-nine, as passing along
South K street, ai d thence crooning to and
pawing along tho onth bank of the canal, to
South Capitol sue a, and thence nortwestward
ly to Irglnla avenue, there Intersecting and
passing along mo line described in said act
approved March eighteen, eighteen hundred
aud sixty-nine, as phig aiaog Virginia ave
nue northwestwardly to the Intersection of
duuui v aou " vt ii min sirecis.
Approved, Marches, 1870,
PuBUOJaoetT.l ;
Am Act to lueorporatt tho WaahiugUu Mall
Steamboat Com nan v.
JJe ti enacted by the Senate and iAiUM of Jte-rrrsTirtPr-s
of the United Motet of Africa
In Conjrett nssmtftW, That Charles Spear,
rauiDtovcns, vv ii ienney.wiULamL.Wall.
William H Fillip, George IL Hant, J. L, Bar
age, I. C, Forney. )L Kllboume, 8. P. Urown,
Akixander Rav. A. IL Herr. John Praram
and their associates and successors, or a ma
in uicul, mm ucrcuy creawo, and con-
stitulcd a body politic and corporate, br tha
name and style ot tho Washington Mail Steam
boat ianpanr
Sec. 3, rwfceffUrArTerwieiVxI. That tho
capital slock of said company shall not bo less
than two hundred and fifty thousand dollars
nor more thaa five hundred thousand dollars,
to be divided Into hares of one hundred dol
lars each. And each corporator shall ho lo-
uiviauaiiy name, oaring tuumeae I a stock
holder, for all debts of tho company, to the
amount of his stock thersln, and or oao rear
after any transfer of Uio samo
Sec a. itd be it further enaclal. That said
outuiMtny Is anthorUed and empowered to es
tablish and run a line or lines of steamers bo
tween the cIUob ct Wuhlngtou and Norfolk
and other ports.
Sec 4. And U U further enacted That laid
compuT U alio (UtorUed, (a bar, build,
charter, or run steamers, and to purchase,
hold, and grant such real, personal, or mixed
estats as may bo necessary to carry Into effect
tho purposes of this act, and to build all neces
sary aw., Tt narToa, aim uunuing uicrvun
for their own use) may transport passengers
and freight of every description, subject to
tho rules and regulations and laws of the
United Bute may uo and In) sued) may
have a common scat; and generally may have
and ixmsoss the rights and privileges Usually
Hc-scd by similar corporations, or granted
nndcr this act, aud may Issue Ironds of the
denomination ot not less than one hundred
dollars, in an amount not exceeding one halt
of tho capital stock of said company.
Sec. A. Anl be it further enacted, That tho
affairs of said company shall bo managed by
such officers as tho stockholders In general
meeting shall oloet, and such agents as nay
bo appointed by the board ot directors. Tho
persons named In tho first section of this act,
or a majority of them, may call a meeting of
Uio stockholders for tho parposo of organis
ing saia company at sneu time ana piaca in
the city of Washington as they may deter
mine opon, after advertising tlio time and
place of such meeting for ten days In ono or
mom newspapers published In tho city of
ttashlagtoii. Tho ofllccrs of said company,
onco elected, shall hold their ofllces for ono
yesr, or until their successors Bro chosen
SccO. Anl fff further enaeie That tho
board of directors may moke all necessary
rules and by-laws for the Issuing and transfer
of the stock and general management of the
business of said company
Hec. 7 Ami be it further rttactet, That thl
act shall bo enforced f mm the passage thereof,
Sec 8. JmtlV MrtArmrtcfrxL That Con
gress may at any ttroo hereafter alter, amend,
ur repeal this act.
Approved, March 25, 1870.
IPnni.Tf! No. 28.1
Am Act Ui Incorporate tlie W asiilngtoii Gene
ral Hospital and A'ylamot the District of
(!nlnmbla.
lie it rnactrt by the fienate and Ifouer of
lieprtnentattvceoj ine i ntrru ivnfci tjr mrnra
in wfjrtM astemiHCti, inat ouaa ajiuui,
Itobert Reylmrn. Harrcy Llndsly, Uyron Sun
derland, U. O. lloward.Saylcs J Bowen, D.
W. Anderson, Lewis Clephano, Ocorgo A.
Rtllock, iJifayetto C. Loomls, Joseph T.
Johnson. S. P. lirowtuand Charles S. Fngllsh.
their assMKlatcs and socccssors, aro hereby
niadn. dfwlsrrd. and ctmslitnted a corporation
aud body mUUc, In law and In fact, under
tho name and stylo ot the Wasldngton (rcno
ral Hosplul and Asylum of tho District of
Columbiat and by that namo they shall bo,
and are hereby, made capable In law to pros
ecute and defend suits before all proper courts
and tribunals to have a common scat, the
samo to break, alter, and renew at pleasnre t
to purcnaso, icaso, rccoirn, noiu, lmproTO,
possess, and enjoy, and the same to sell, grant,
demise, anddispooe of, personal and real pro
perty, as they mar deem for tho best Interest
and welfare of tho hospital i to have full power
and right to make and ordain all by-laws for
the government of said corporation and hos
pltslnot Inconsistent w lib the laws of tho Uni
ted States i and to hare and enjoy full power
and all tho right of opening aud keeping a
hospital and Mjlnm In tho District nf Colum
bia for the care of sick, wounded, and Invalid
persons and children i ProeMff, That Uio
annnal Income of said corporation shall not
exceed thirty thousand dollars, and that all
the real and personal property of said hospi
tal and asylum shall bo held, used, and do
votedexcIiislvcltothcpurioscslK:forenamcdi
And provided farther, That this act may bo
altered, amcuded, or repealed the pleasure
of Congress.
Approved March 25, 1870.
(rt'DLicNo. 3D
A Act amendatory ot tho charter of the
Mutual Fire Insurance Company of the
District of Colombia.
Ite U enacted by the Ornate and Hottec if
Itepremtiativee of the Un ited State of A nteriea
in Vongrtti rusrmUnl, That tho act to Incor
porate tho Mutual Fire Insurance Company
of the District of Columbia, opnroTcd Janu
ary ten, eighteen hundred and fifty-fire, bo so
amended as to authorize Uio Interest on the
premium notes held by said company to accn
initiate to tho extent of one hundred thousand
dollars) and also to authorlxo said company
to acnulre and hold real estate, not exceeding
fifty thonsand dollars, cash raluc, at any ono
lime.
Approved, March 25, 1970.
rtnuc No. 30. J
Am Act torenewand omtlnuo In force tho
charter of tho rotoiuac Insurance Company,
of Georgetown, District of Columbia.
lie it mnrfed by the Senate and Uouk of
Hepreeentativeeofthe United fitah of America
'Aa"TT:incofpofs,ti ViH itfvmncYtW
fanr. In Georgetown, In the District of Co
urabla,' hpproved the second March, eighteen
hundred ana thirty-one, and the act entitled
"An act to amend the charter of the FuUnosc
Insuraaco Company, of Georgetown," ap
proved tho third of March, eighteen hundred
and thlrty-seTeni and the act entitled "An act
to renew and continue in force the charter of
tho Potomac Insurance Company, of Georgc
lowViapprovcd tho twenty-screnth of Janu
ary, elf htoeu hundred and fifty one, bo, and
thoaoMae are hereby, ro-onactcJ amoxtoiidcd
from tho dale ot tho expiration of tha ist
lucntlonod act, until tho rc)calof Uilsart
tfr.u.3. Atftbe it further enacted. That so
much of section eight of tho original charter
as restricts the company to having Its olUoo
lu Georgetown, District of Columbia, Is jicrcJiy
amended so as toicnuU,lho company to re
mote Its place of business lb tVashiogton, Dis
trict of Columbia, If It so elect. i
Approved, March H5, 1870.
PumucNo. M.3
Af Act to admit the Stato of Texas to repre
sentation In the Congress of the United
Htatc.
A hcrcaa the 30plo of Texas havo framed
aud adopted a consUtntlou of Stale govern
ment which 1 republican, and whereas tho
legislature of Texas elected, under said consti
tution has ratified tho fourteenth and fifteenth
amendments to tho Constitution of tho United
Htatesi and whereas the performance uf theso
several acts In good faith Is a condition pre
cedent to tho representation of tho Stato lu
CtNicTCSs: thcrcforo
lie it enacted by the Sttate and llouee of
trj'rrsrruruirr vj kit t,,Mrc ornir j yifiicr-
irrt in vongreee ateentiMca, iiiaiuiosaiaeiaio
of Texas Is entitled to representation in tho
Congress of the United Btatcai rrovi'kd. That
before anr member ot tho lcirlslatnre of said
State shall take or resume his seat, or any
officer of said State shall enter npon the dutlos
of his office, he shall take and subscribe and
file In tho office of the secretary of stato ;f
lexR, ior pcrniancni preservation, an on in
or adirniatlou, )n tho form following i ''I.
, do solemnly swear (or atHnn) tiiat I
have ocTcr taken an oath as a member of
Congress, or as an officer of tho United States,
or os n member of any State legislature, or as
an cxccutlre or judicial officer of any State,
to support the ConsUtotloQ of the United
States, and afterward engaged In Insurrection
or rebellion against tho samo, or given aid or
comfort to the cneinlos thereof, ep help mo
Oodi" or under the pain and peaalUos of
perjury, fas tho case mar be,) or such person
shall. In like manner, take, subscribe and fllo
the followlng-oath. orafttrmaUout "I.
- , do sxdcmnly swear for all nn) tiiat I
have, by act of Cougre of tho Urtltod States,
been relieved from Uio disabilities lmNM.d
upon me by Um fourteeuUi amendment of the
CtBistltudon of the United States, so help me
Godt" or under the pains and penalties of
perjury, (as the case lost Ju) which oaths or
affirmation sbaU be taken before, and ccrtl
fled by, any officer lawfnlly authorized to ad
minister oaths. And any person who shall
knowingly swear or affirm falsely lu taking
either of such oaths or fiffinnaUons. sliall be
deemed guilty of perjury, and shall bo pun
ished therefor 1y imprisonment not less than
one year and not tnoro than ten years, and
shall bo fined not less than one thousand dol
lars and not more than ten thousand dollars.
And In all trial for any violation of Uils act.
IhB certificate of the taking uf elUierot saia
oath or affirmations, with proof of Uio
signature of the party accused, shall bo taken
aud tvsld as concfusln; evidence that suck oath
or affirmation was reguUrly aud lawfully ad
mlnlstr by compcteflWauihorttyi And pro
vided further. That every suich person who
puu negiect ior uie penou oi luiny uays nexi
after the Daasairo of this act to take, subscribe.
and file such oatlt or affirmation as aforesaid,
hall bo deemed and taken lo all intents and
purposes to bATe vacated bis offlco i Andpr
vwev jvnnert isuuv dwdi tuti is ai
mltted toreprascnutkiau'Cvrigress as one
of tho Bute of tbe Uoioa upon the following
fundamental conditional First That th eon
stltnUonof Texas ahall ntn tr bo so ainendcd
or changed U todepilTaiyclUxeii tor class
of dtlzuus of tho United ftUtesof the right to
. Tola who arc enUUed to vote try the vjoaidia
Upn hereto; recognized, exfoepl M a punish
ment far audi c rim Ad Ma in 'now frtlnnln A
commoa law, whfjrerrt they shall havo been
duly convicted under laws eoually am)ivabea
to all Uie InbablUnts of said State! Promled.
That any alteration, ot said constitution, pros
pective la lu effect, may bo mado to regard
to tho Umo and place of residence of voters.
Second. That U shall DOTer bo lawful for Uie
said State to deprive any citizen ot Uio United
States, on account of his race, color, or pre
vious condition of servitude, of tho right to
hold office ander the eonstUution and laws o
said State, or uixin any such ground tn require
of him anr oUier ouallAcatlons for office: than
sach as are required of all other cltisens.
Third. That the eonsUtutiun of Texas shsll
nerer so amaoded or ehanrd as to depriro
any dtixen or class pf citizens ol the United
Stat s of tho jchcol rights and rrtitlages se
cors & try tho consUtutlon of said otatc.
Approved March A), 87o
.JPjiUo.83."Ltl, , ,
Ax Act frMaK Uv ro-cnt of the I'BUsJ
Btates to Uio eroetlo tl Atbrldw Across Uto
Delaware ij,ev Wtwea- J,Wlalulj'bla fCml
uamaen.
lie it enacted ly ihe Senate ami Uouh of
lieprfreniattvfe oj mf irnca tw y junen
irrtft fJlMffre AaaamMarl Thai tit a iMnnt
of Uie United Kl.ts. h htfjH, givoi lo J.mo.
Pollock, Morton :unichtl TliomM .
r W .. ""- iuiw.ra iwtuc, iicn-
CWbelL I DftUrlnk, JaneeTrage, II. M
PhUlW John 0, Tatuni Hector Orr. Oharks
Cot, Thomas Shaw. William NlchotoW iter-
ucii uoaies, jsmes ii. umo, Kdwlri 11, ,w.
William Mr Kerne, Nathan Hlllc, HtAiS
Randall, Mannaduk 11. Taylor, Slnnlekaun
Chew, and their associates, first having ob
tained an act of Incorporation by cither tha
State ot Pennsylvania or the State ol New
Jersey, to direct a bridge with diverging rood
win sua auuuia uniwH, otht una trnai uil
Delaware river, between Uie city of Philadel
phia, In tho Stato of Pennsylvania, and the
city of Camden, In tho Stato of New Jersey,
at any Umo within six years after tho passage
of this acti J'roct'i'd. That tho said bridge
shall bo so constructed and built as not to ob
struct, Impair, or Injuriously modify Uie nav
igation of tho river t and In order to secaro a
compliance with these conditions, tho conr-
Jiany, previous to commencing the construe
Ion of the bridge, shall submit to tho Secre
tary of War a plan of the bridge, with" a de
tailed map ot the rlv cr at the proposed slto of
the bridge, together with all other Informa
tion touching said bridge and river as may Ihj
deemed rciulslto by the Secretary of War to
determine whether the said bridge, whoa
built, will conform to tho prescribed condi
tions of tho act. not tn obstruct, Impair, or In
juritmsly modify tho navigation of tho riven
Ami proriiUtl aho. That tho consent of the
aald Stales of l'cnnsvlvanla and Naw Jersey
shall be first had and obtained by actof In
corporation or omcrwisrj.
Sko. 3. Ami be iturthcr rnactol, That Iho
Secretary of War Is hereby authorized and
directed, upon receiving said plan and map
and other information, and nnou being sail.
(led that a bridge built on suth plan and at
saiti locality win comorm to tuo prcscrioca
Ctirmiiimi ui tine nit, n u uueu uvt, iiii,mir,
or Injuriously modify tho navigation of said
river, to notffr tho said enmnanr that ho ap
proves tho same; and upon rcceru.gsucli no
liacaiion me sam company may procccu to
the erection of saIdbriJge.confnrmIngstricUy
to tho approTod Han and Vocation. Itut until
tho Secretary ol War apiroratho plan and
ior ii on ot sain uriugo, nnu miuir nant com
pany of tho samo, tho bridge shall not bo
ouiit.
,A proved, April 0, 15TO.
t
Pl'iilic No.aJl
AK Act auUrnrlxtng tho corjwrathiii ot Uie
tlty of Washington to set apart jtrrtlons nf
street and avenues as parks for trees ami
Ikilcnartct by the htiatc and Itouee of
Jhitrtuwntatlmofthe Unitetl Statteof America
in Amirrrsji atminMrd. That tha corrMiratlou
of tho city ot Washington bo, and hereby Is,
authorized to set apart from tlmo to time, as
parks, to bo adorned with shado trees, walks,
aud Inclosed with curb-stones, not exceeding
ono-halt tho width of any and all avenues and
streets In tho sold city of A ashlngton, leav log
a runaway oi not loss man ininy-nro icci in
width In tho centre of said avenues and
streets, or two smu roadways on each side of
tho park In tho centre of the same; and said
corporation ( hereby authorized and cm
powed to lev y and collect special taxes In such
ciual and Juit manner as said coriocatiin
may detcnnmi, tn particular wards, part, or
sociiunM of the cltr. or upon all iroicrtr tmr-
deringiipon avenues, streets, and alleys, vilitth
man nave ioeii so lmprovco, suoicicnt in
amount to pay the actual cost thereof j Pro
vltfl, That nothing herein contained shall be
hcl to apply to Pennsylvania, Louisiana, and
Indiana avenues, nor to Four-and-a-half street
Ktwccn the City Hall and Pennsylvania avo
nuet Arul pivriVfnf further, Tiiat nothing In
Uils act sliaJl authorize Uio occupancy of aoy
wrtlou 6f tho public street or avenues for
prlvato purposes.
Approvco, apru o, ioiv.
irnLlc No. 34L
An AcTdoclstlngthoconetntof Coagrssslo
tuo erection ni a cnu in uiko crie uy tue
city of Clci eland, Ohio, for the protection
of an Inlet for a v atcr-works tunnel about
to 10 constructed by said city
Be U enarUil by the S-nate ami lluuee of
llimvM-ntatlrtecfthe Untied Nate of Antrr
ira in OongrrM rissmiMcrf, Tiiat tho consent
of Congress 1 hereby given to the city of
Cleveland, In Iho county ot Cuyalioga and
Stato of Ohio, to erect and maintain in Lake
Krie, at sueii iii'tanre trom mo snore morcoi
as may be ucecanary, a crib for tho protection
of an Inlet shaft for an undertake water
works tunnel about to to constructed for tho
purpose of supplying said city with )ttra
-.ten .TroaMot, That said crib shall bo fur-
ngufeW'&o tciojutelTal hfl'.. Vasaa
and hours as Iho light on tho pier at Um etv
Iranco of Cuyahoga rlrcr.
Approved, April 13, 1870.
rrvBUo-3o. 311
At Act to supply deficiencies in tho appro-
nronrlBtlons for salaries nf United States
All ulsters for tho fiscal year ending Juno
ttilrtr. elirhtccn hundred and seventy.
lie it enacted by the Henate ami lloute of
itrprrtenianvrm- oj me cnurvi etatrm qj .1 tnev
iea tn Conyrte ossnttUcrf, Tiiat Uie sum of
one hundred and six Uiousand three hundred
and scYcnty-flvo dollars Ihj, and hereby is, a;
proirIated to supply a deficiency In Uio ap
propriations for snlsries of United States
Ministers, for Uie fiscal rear cndlnir Juno
t thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy.
Apprutcu April 10, 101U.
PtJiiuc ResoLutioh No, 13.1
A Resolution to posa to the credit of Uto
National Asylum for Disabled Volunteer
Soldiers Uie funds belonging to It for Uia
relief of sick and wounded soldiers.
lietolccd ly the ftiwle ami Vouta of lirpre
rntatiie of the UnttM Mate of Mneried in
emtattie v
Connrve tuaemJiUtL That the unamended
balanco of Uie fond cttaled by tfit serwitotiita
section of (ho act approved February twenty
furth, clghtevUimidrddand slxty-friar, for
tho benefit of Uio sick and viouiidedwildlcxs.
shall be transferred to tho National Asylum
fur Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, for the sup
ptct of Its beneficiaries.
Sec. !S. A wit it further rrmltctl, That Uie
moneys withheld beeauseuf Uie desertion of
any person from tho volunteer foroca of the
United States, who Is borno ou tho rolls as a
deserter, shall not bo paid to him except tho
record of desertion shall havo been canceled
on tho solo ground that such record had boon
madocrroneousW and contrary to tha facts.
but such moneys shsll bo and remain tho pro
perty of tho National Asylum for Disabled
Volunteer Soldiers for Uio support of Its bene-
iieiBjue.
Approved, March 1, 1870.
fPuuLio Resolution No. 14.
A nr solution in relation to settlors on the
late Sioux Indian reservation In tho Stato
of Minnesota.
Iteeottrd by the firnay cwl Ifouee of Hrpre
rentatipe of the United State of America in
CongrriM ateembtcd, Tlrat tho act of Congress
approved March six tit, eighteen hundred and
sixty-eight, entitled "An act for.tho relief of set
tlers on the late Sioux Indian reservation In Uie
Stato o( Minnesota," be, and the samo Is here
by, so amended as to allow Uio setUera therein
prov Idcd for until the first day of March, anno
Domtul eighteen hundred and seventy-one. In
n hlch lo make proof and payment fur Uwlr
claims.
Approved, March 14, 1870,
IPlduq Kesolutio) Nd. 15
Joint IIfsolutiok maklmr annronrlatlons to
supply deficient les In tho appropriations for
coutlDgent expenses of tho House pf Kep
rcacntutives of tho Uuitod States for Uio
fiscal year ending Juno mlrUctb, eighteen
nuoaruu ana soTcniy.
lie it retotted by the frnatc and Uvte of
twrefieiuaiivei pt inr lhih-u ivaics or Jitnrr
ica in Oongrea aiaeotblcti. That Uio following
minis he, and tho samo Is hcrehy, appropriated
out of any money in Uio Treasury not other
wise appropriated:
To defray expenses uf folding documents.
Including materials and labor, thlrty-smtn
Uiousanu flto hundred dollars.
t or pay of three mail carriers, at ouo thou
sand and nlncty-flto dollars each, three thou
sand to hundred and ehrhty-flve dollars.
For iy of laborers, six Uiousand ouo luin
drcd And twenty-Ao dollars.
Approved, Mareh 10, 1B70.
ITbtJMO Resolution No. If3.1
Joist KsiciurTioa rtJUWl3((llsLitjfsiid
of Washlntrtoai TerrltorT.
Be it retolred by the Srnnte ami IRmae of
llrprexitfaUcea of the UnUeit State vfAmer
ica in uonjret nsarntCHcu, i uai mo approiri
atlou of twche thousand dollars "for the ier
diem and mileage of Uio members of tho tcrrl-
lonai asscmuiy i me lemtoryoi ivasinns
ton, at Its tot ond blenolal session which meets
1 pn tho first Monday la Doccuuer. elirhtem
Ijiundrcd and sttty-nfne, and for Uie lui Mental
exN,nsooi tue same, ' contameu lu uie at i
to suiily deficiencies," approved April tcu tb,
eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, shall bo ap
plicaMo to tho payment of tho icr diem and
inileago of the members of the territorial saw
scmblyof said Territory which meet durtmj
Uio month of October, eighteen hundred aud
sixty-Dine, and uf the incidental expenses uf
said session
Approved, March IS, 18704
Q'tTBUo IlEsouJs-ior JJtk 17.1
Jo ht iUtsoLUTioi irraaUng chnduinnoil euui
to the National Asylum for Disabled Vol
unteer doldlers. '
tie it retotted by the Senate awl 7Vu of
Xkpretentatlve of Ihe Unitetl State of A mrri
ean in Conor tueentUed, That tho fiocrcta
ry ot War be auUiorlzed to turn, oyer to the
managers of Uio National Asylum tor Disa
bled Volunteer Soldiers at Dayton, Ohio, sach
number of condemned Iron pr jrnnno ijuna on
hand, unfit for army purposes, as may bd de
sired aad sufllclcnt for ornamentation of. Uib
cemetery and soldiers' monument at thai In
sUtuUou, Approvi1, March S3, 1870
-3
fPcuLld Hs:stt.nTinM.Hn. tfLl
A Hesoi.tjtiob to transfer an apiproia-laUon
, tor tno iruoiio pnuung.
Itentfried bv the Senate and llouie of llcon
tentative of the Unitetl fttate of Atiuricain
Congrei attembled. That tho Secretary of tho
Treacnry lo autiwrlsed and directed to trans-
ier irom uie paper iuna, unaor "appropria
tions for printing and binding for tho year
one thousand eight hundred and slxty-nino,
as followsi for publlo printing, xdnoty Uions
and dollars) for publlo binding, sixty thous-t
aad dollars! ,. .
Appruvod, Marrh 3lr18TO.
trtTBLIO RtSOLUTIOM NO. 10
"oirt Hbsolutiok lo rclstlon to Uie con-
SLnir-tlm .t. t, i. t.i.a v.i.1.
j.r -" tn iuna isiaim uiiumv
bi..1 d. V?.5 1. ?"?, th.
-."v - '.- - iwww to con'
struct Iho samo for a single-track railroad
only, and to place tho wagon-road Mow iho
railroad track.a recommended by the Chief
of Kuglnoerst Provided, That In no case shall
tho expenditure on tho part of tho United
States exceed ono mllllou dollars.
Approved, March Jtf, 1870.
Jt'UBUO nBSOLTJTION-No.90.')
Joint IIbboujtioi cxprcMhur Uio syinpathy
of Congress si Uio death of Major General
riamwn II TliiMnaa
D$ it rrsof red by the rknak and ltoue bf
ItejHreentattVraafthe UnttcilNatci of America
in Congrei tuecmbtcd, That IhO Senate and,
noting in ikcprrjecuututcs hkto uonru wiui
deen mrret of Uio sudden decease of Major
General George IL Thomas, endeared to tho
country by a scries of unbroken paltlollq scr-
ticv uuriiiK n ltriuu ui iiuiij jvar.
Sec 3. Ami tie it further rrsofeol. That Ills
distinguished: career tn tho defence of his
country against foreign and domestic rno
mlcs. Ids never-faltering fallh and zeal In tha
maintenance of tho Union and tho Integrity
of tho GoTcmmcot, and his stern execution. Of
every trust confided to him, constitute, a rec
ord In life made memorable In death.
San. 3. Ami be it further rrsotocl. Tint Uio
rresMcnl of the Senile and Uio Swaker of
tho House aro hereby authorized to mako
such arramrcments In connection with hla
obMxmlcs as will attest tho sympathy ot
iongruss ai uiis national Dcrcacuioni.
AfrTUU, April O, 101U.
ll'UnLIC ItEBOLUTIOM No.21.1
A lUsoitjTioii directing Uio Llbrarlsnof Cou-
crrssi to return 10 uio Bxccuior 01 i nomas
Jefferson certain prlvato papers.
iiVsofeiil bv the Senate and Iftnl of Htm.
mtatite of the Unitd State of America in
Conyree asarrnUnL That tho Librarian of
Congress bo authorized to return to tho ex
ecutor ot Thomas Jefferson such ot tho papers
ot said Jefferson now In possession ot
tho (lotcfumcnt as upon examination sh"U
he deemed of a'prlralo character, reserving
such as may bo regarded public In their char
acter, and report Uio samo to tho Committee
on 1110 Murary,
Approv ca April u, 1970.
Wflfljtl
VBHQflPHB0rw 1
This TftABT POWDKR U ravvaJnt. oooowikial
aad aboleem, Trf It, if rsi rUh a Br lis euperi.
rHr mo oah aver thr ltakln Pewd, fcat t ta
nmatonj raethodsaf ralalng daaw fvr making "
-Hf and arHff- II laool L, RoDa, Oera Bread, Back
wht, and o4br (vlddW eaaea, sod Cake aad Tastr
nf varletr Pal on In ya.atflaL aarear.
aud. For sal by croesra Ihrooshoat th Uoftad
Put. MsaofaeUrsd by
IIOOI.KV A; nitOTUIIII.
rrnpitaUia,
mhtiaaJai SO W str . Ww Terk.
th it a
nirr i FrrtiTiiiiirrj
BcaauoorromTMSiTTaDRsxiuiToa,
j WaaBUKiTUj,Maat.).
Hmlfiil rniniatti fin f Uhliia AaUvanll (WaTlua
lh Har, to daUearoB dartnc th Haeal rr ooitbiat
Jn Sd, IS7I. wtU b rMolrl at abU hra aatil W a.
Til an iimaala aaaat tt ' -- " - - ta
An threat Coal hiratoamers' na. .
Tb af er taasl b- for Lha dUvry of rOJW) ton, of
IS") patanrta.
tat V M tlie peet nark MMtntalS or rnerv
ltatUi. ar af klml equal In them In all raprt, whlrh
naalltriaUl r determla1 bf a hoard appotaUd hy
wi aperviarr oi uia ntrr, art wa reonnanavt in
bid. Th aan of tb anal prratoaM La b furalahed
mast a ftUtod In lb aRer u Utabdellered la
laanftai aaiiabfta alia ror aaavj aiaaiam. u. ar ani
forn rraaUt, aelaeted fre fn Impariu, enitalied,
oeat laaitaaaatogaaiiv ad aaanUtr.ae the Be
re) raai dlreeL, TtaveaJ nral loall yaaiewtaba Sat)
lataetoryuth ltt-peir, who f bUi rUhtof
p-rpWr rejection. . ,
TbarlcraMUw0erdJrtr-3UlljHllat.
FbU.57Jrd 1S) lalaod, aad plaaed In urU
provMedbrth Ooeeroraeas ib narr-fard wharf.
M a braird of vwaale at eeeh tmtnU erlthl eli ntlee H
tb aald KlnJwl aa an aa ifaalaaataa a tS. D,. .
and alt rMlrerlee aforeeald ran Mb at the uatratoe
raaB)eip-na,aaawiUftaiay , narc!'
Prnpnaala win llkvaie be roHd ft tb deUrrr of
LIU - thanftqaalltif final, to bdltred In
tha mini Naw Va.ia knul nJ h. .iik.
atrr-rard there, a at Ibiladlphta. aadr Lb sua
oadlUoo.
iree la which lh n urea a
j in th prompt dUvn of
, will ba ddact4 Iron
la of fallar tn deliver th el In freper an
j (ool etraedlrur M ion per day,) r proper quality,
and at te proper lira aad plae. th Bar rert
Lb rlaht let tmrehaaa fnrtaaHUi ak Ilia a1iwIiiP rf.b
uariFmniuiviiwa may teem aeeaeamry a supply
ttda1ncy r " ft . j j , fifTll
IlUah farms of S, Wtwurnt. -Afl Wil'
omVsB o appUeadoa ta UiBrar avtl,w
- ' T - i ,
linoPOSAL- roaooifSTiutt'TWiii up'TiinitK
x rovMfvawiiAwvt.
iaaaariIiB3IlTXltaT,l
. WaSatllOTo, p. U , Jaa j, 187
Bepcrol sealed i mpeaals wlU be reoelred at thla I.
ranl aaUltllavhMk TIlUnJIDAY.slanei At, fer
watUMaTihr altunr for fttUvnu Maria r-
Oa propeller f Iron. taaa ft. n
Tw ProWlera of Iron, an too a. a.
Maarmal for tMiaa neeordtnc to old
boa rule, taklo th lenath on bind fit from
part of atera la sier part of frwedftoni-pot.
ai aoaia aaLaarj7aad aunk fSiaw ftaadav airliJ
brdlat
tMeJeaiUu
ae,
eiiannoaUon for lb alar Toaaels wUI h
hlddera on annltoaUna at th mnion tiimn
ftflouaj) new itara. rBiiaaeaBaa,anaa uaiuaaar.
lead apead ot U boot on trial ertof
Blit and IS knnt Bar all oooaeoaUv boar, will ba
ftlrad for thaat-kaa -- , kBn4- en . .J.I
nor of on nitkv aad it kaota kr al onaeU
boara, will ba required for the eaeels ntxm tonei favor.
M oraaderatlon will b trea t bids la ardajB
lb wfe will b arrld on ander lh penoaal a
pnoeii f oa ajreat ol th Ttee-an Deparlneat, and
all faolUtt taoat be afforded bin for InepeaUoc th
aaalartalaadworkmaiiahlp. Hooh part of ettber aa ar
NebldwOI b raaMrd fr LhaaAleeeaSls'aSeept
fror partle ralarl oaaaoW ni tana M lebwildaaa,
TU Dprtaat raesrre th rlaht to rajeol any aud
KbUdnaribaefntBid1br wrttu caar
Lee. aUad by th bidder aad cmtnpaUnt surelr, (oertl
B4iflnenbyonMoAer kanwa I tha Traaeary
iaparurMie.i a to aoot as vweaty MiuatpM ouuarSL
SaJWt,thtl tb nt of tha aeptnoaf seh
bid, to qaneeaary trt wtU b alrd Uto wathoi
Ua daf Sfeer notlea l at by tb liartmnl that
sarh bid has bee aooptd. J
ThtM ahoaldaut thoaaot SoraUolt Mohveel
will b earaplatad aa aloaeaald. .
He aaoatha fror tb Um of at In- tho eon tract
wlU b aUuwed for th oarpll- oi lb veeasla,
Aetv nf th plana and suvciaoaUua raaat b la
-adhlaUdlMida) a U th abjaat sd ib
l?Pooaaittel ba lcnd. eeaUt soil Udeeaed
frepueala far Rereem Btei ire." and Lalaad taan
eavelope addreaaed I tb neraary of lb Trrya
VYaahlag-to. U. U , ' j
- - - - - kali 4 ftaafilliu ta - - ' -
liuyd S poeiaoaUona for A No. I Iron ter wadr
Mara. (
lliTj. -111 ft-. .Ul.-J L. tft. L .L..1. LIJ.-
DHiuni wiu in mnw af ina, fihi wiai laiiw a
iwUlbrilr
- nod eiprsl
ta UaVUftam
raajreeBaB,whthaTtaw ebUU
AibldlavaayiatantaadirllaMUa p4i
at lha
farUaawl
raernak ai
Mblda
ltabl
ids are noeepUd will b rqnirl to
aaoaeia, wita aewuiea epaoiao.
UfliiB. hafnra atiailna ootitrarla
UKululKfA BODTWKLIa
MTuTbtd hecraUryof lb Treaeurv
-rRAPivtaiJi vrin rinNirTRtTrrrifinl 1 x -irrrl
I WIUfKI rirr-AMKROU" WOOJ fUIt ttKVK-
nftHUajllip. Lr, u , ftf WWW I, 104V
lUpsral sealad rtropoaala ertli b ioald at thn p.
KrtineataaUIHUok tTHDAY. July lino, (or
ildlaf oae ide-bel alaarasr of wood, of U0 anas. ft.
nfortha Rereau Mart Burrlc for th t'oeiHo
loaat, lo b delivered at th port of Han fraacteoo.
Meeuraau tot Imdim ta b aeoordln to old
eaatota-Lwiaae role, Uklnc th Uncth n kd lie from
forward part of aaam ' to- oiaar pari of alarm pa,
breadU) of beaaa atolded, aad death from aade taut f
deck topof feUlBW . ....
Ueaeral aaenUtaatiQaai lor th aba el wtU ba
faretehed bMdee oa lkMUioa at LM aaalaaoae
at JtoaUaa, Hew Yrk, fhiladelphla. lUltiiawrv aad
il-pe-d bf aot aa a'Mal eoutes ft
en ntU. and U knot IaU eooaeeaUv boors, wUI b
'Vavonbl onaldratlna ADI b gtin to bids la .
a rim um rata tn auaei qua i ut uw
rate abo aUpoiaUdV , ,
worVrmiarrtde) ander -pereoaal ea
lan of aa aseataf lhTrairf lJpat4aea sod
iflMaaaaBalha aSordad him -for InapeoUn lh
Th work artll
allTftTimVeasBaafi
ui d rk-.uft. jHi" j sar.s
Mil ooooraaao wim ura--a--- -,-.--
wuTb reyMUd, end ba ad cood by tha
Ji Ud will U eontlder! for thta vaaael Siospt from
s-llerwbrV bi,fllUiS,
ThlprVaaL reeerve lb rhiht la rol any and
naiie raaolarl
Thl)irlav
all htda . . .
Keen bid oet b aeenmpanlad bf wriKcn fiurajt
Miei-B4WUhlihlaf tint oftnipSUffl Mrr4t-Usr
umo to wm warm ur m
ant.1 IS Ihe eon of
ity tbouantldullara.(BlUUU,)
eoeptaoc ot sooh bid. lb
entered Into within (en date
that Lb th ! f the aeoei
oaaaary OMitraet will be ntrd Into within I
of Ur ooUo to glr by lh pprtaa. Utst
I but
talll Id ll.&l tm hm Miliif.a r.f lki kudl
A enpy of lli plana and spolAoMuM t"Jl b In
clodwlihthsbU,aabns MtkUijeof th
All prepotala moat b abjnad. sefled, and indorsed
" Propoaala for Ken Btearaer,' and Ineloaad in on
envelop addreaaad, ta lb fief ralvy of (J'rMSMr,
Anjrrda'rMay bPrat and wIUms Lbs opnln
of th bids. t k
ui.u iit W umll L fnmlak wlfth that tilda a
IMMtl pUnand LetaU,ablii UJ lnteenalan
ranaeatont, with nrlMutin u, voataiapoaiiun
Fle7wtiotrvidi sr aopUdwfllbrsqalrto
teBUb aoaepUbl
Tb vaeal moal b belli aeeordlnB la Uoyd's pact'
floaUoasIor A N1 wooden veaaelali r nine rear.
Jel Ttil Hips pariari m ut roaaurr,
TirVbO WAHT JWVKnAOVi, PAPlft MAaB.
LSneMeiltoTTi:
Groceries.
THE NEW
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GROCEEY
JH'IIIOOAI 1
ESTABLISHMENT:
BefnardHayes&Co,
Np. odl)' ScvonthStriwt
Iletwooal mid 1C,
II Tift
UKBAT 1NDDUE.HBNTH
i, '.',".:
1 ft 4lH
f tf O . f . i ie
TftBtfdSwlstofnUUSaa4 heaeekaerir.
W1 ora iaity ronlvtac lara eoaaLf ainU f
f ., i i w m
Fresh Goods,
Amoorrt Ihsra ehotos tola of
OltANOK COUNTY (NKW YOUK)
DUTTKn.
riWNHVLTANIA KOIX,
rrwo, a4 ettiktg it York Brloss.
troooDM DfcuyitaRii to any fart or
TUB CITY IHK-t Or OBAROK,
Bornivrd Ilnycs & Co.,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCERS,
W. Mf Hcrrnlh HtrreCa Brtwrcw I aad ft
E. M. BURCHARD,
CR0CER,
UI !., St., rar. rsarst4-a11airstrt,
(SOocssaau TO Ktimwso Yiwao A Co.)
WaaU rcTtrlly csdl suieattoai i
AFVU, XJXROt
fIlOICKflOOIH,KOUfJAKII ONLY.
SviTI lOUi; l.t Q UO RM.
TboMWhs blit I lh OAtrjJ BYBTItbt or r
Ktadod tbt Ibis la th fy Star lalb atty otoot all
or traahtd aUk. and GOODS Sold for CABII OHLT
BKUJatOROA8H,IUlUrr arU abl to, and
aWtseUebeairrlhajiaythart. Isbailolat ta keep
LaMGandy on hand fan -anrwl of OROOCttlWI
rolaaaJIIJn' qUAUTY. I shall m4 ADTKHTBK
IIOlbwtaeUALLaiTfnXKJC'al th 1JOWE8T
RATKS4 - l
" Qds peoMiitty dlirard:'-
- f
K.M.DUnClfAltD.
jeVSt
Jf'aiaai f Irar
RIltAlia tXHJRT.
ilSh"
Biw. la.
ttt HlftiH llUilimil a1alMaMi mJ
a. a, w tm rr ami n. aiaqi au, i
nu a. . a. awiraaain noa, wiu) u
Urnhaaa fVmrt of WuhlnainM
with th ptBb4loa mt lj
ilnloi eoantr sfnreeali. P-
lb tlat. A.TA IMS, far La
pofaudniKHDir, Janet Hat. A. TA list, far
Baal a.imdmAlMimtimtlmmm4ik4pmiwimmimM
of said deoeaawi, nadTf th seeeul hand. a faro
the earns hare been onlletd and trud tni aaoa 1
wbea and wher all th eradltor and btr oabl
deoeaaa ar notlned U attead, oith tholr alab- prep.
riy roaahod, or they nuy othrwl by laa b aeladed
frora allbeueflt la said dimaeadl Utr pavtdd
epr of IhU rdr ba pabliabad oa a wk far thr
weeks In the Ntiol Karcauoaii prvvtona U th
aald day Tati
jeiwsw AwKBirrKii;nwirfwiu.
I I.I II II . I I
THIS IS. TO fllVN NQTIOb. TIIAT TUX BUD
w f"' baa obUii from th Orphsaa' Oourtof
Waahtnaton roan (7, In th lHatrhn of Columbia, 14.
intarr onth paraona) aetata af
af Waaalmlaa ....I. . I I
KLTAMS Ua f VYnabinftog
AU pereens bar! a elaTaia 1
pereens bar) a elalaii
netoby warned to hf
to ahrbUlhs sam. wrth th voaebv
enhanrlhaa. aa a halaaa Uu Btaftaa
nrii
lb
re thereof, to th Mbeertbert
of Hayaaititheytnay etherwla by Uw b ialnded
fmtnulbeaeBtol th aald eel
r'u a.. unTMa m uw aaiq laiafta,
Ue uador my band thla Hat day of Way. 1SW.
iel-Wt ,., JOH.tl ItXVAJBIbVitsMatar.
THW I1Q OfV HOTICK TIIAT TIIR BUB
tyUKlllRRbaaobtalMd fnm th tTdinBC-irt of
YVaahlnstoa oaanaj.tn lhIarietUulaaibU,letMr
of adailnlatraalort on Lb praoal ut d PmuAr
Mcra). lau of flraaaay, deeeaaad. All pereona
havUty alaltr aslnat lh aald daoaaaad ar hereby
warned toattdhit ton aoat,wlth to veoeher ther.
of. lath abeeriher, on of befar thlletday of at ay
Mit. they may otherwt by Uw b ulded from ail
Mf.ait Wft 9mw bkbii aaiaaa
1 liven m
jtw
K T11R BUrUKMRJRTTlUt DISTIUCT
f Oalhcart ,
OatVoMt. I r-JlrI-staa.t.
AJrdMiLTh the aJw aud and rvaorUd by R. R.
Oratard.lrnaterorthalof th ralatiiU th
Sadanatasal4eaaa saantha-ad itbeiebeea
nsvl to KxJU J (JarHCAnT brModandoavad,
nleea Miia to lh onntrary tbrof b ahw on or b.
for th fifth day of Jnly nt, provided aenpyeftbla
order b Inaortod la aba IIail. J1tTKaiAi.rUriTBXjcAM
ooo In h of the tuwcfaalT wonka botars th raid
arthdayof July aeit. ,
Tba roport aUtea th aaanaal of kale to b Btelbl,
UK (K)LUfclL7Vif hi'KCULT-UlM,
A.lrkalCvarH i
p.Ur.n TlTWA el ,
h U, Uia lid day of H ar, A. P. 111. ordard that lh
aalea toad a and reported by Ubatia Walvar and Jaaaa
U CUpban. trual her toor afipolnted I thl
vana, to tnak aal of Lh real eeUle of LbmjvbX O,
Rvsmtt. doaad, b railSed and oonBratad, galea
rriSiSlST7 f.'ffiir-Srr:
obi aar bafnaa
aoonyof thla
. k l...Mf 1. lha lf.nu,.L lfx.ti.Lir...
-. nn j' ?rp." v -".
ntai tkafora UI
.-;r;w--.i-.
u. u..i m wi, ttlw tun n,
UsTra,
J.-T.'-CY'- ...-- ""a. ZL..
-.S-r" --if--7r,j
U.eT.alRIOS,arh,
0UPHAB3' pQURT
Mat ti. UTS.
JMatrfaJ , Afft-nM. ntaara-.ew sewnfy. N
1 th aa of Joata T Powxtx, and ! A. V.
Bturut,! eiacDtara of (laarroa rowttx, deeeaaad,
lh locators aforesaid bare, with the apprubatio
win varaaftf um-
aatst f ie-d daneaeed. Said f ah aaaet fen aaod, a
ar ti ttt aoat hv bA lbwd and tnrned Into
money wben and wber alt tb eradlters and btr of
miiiA Dt
I briber h
Waablastoa eoualf, la lha iMetrlet of Coiarnlftli
treUmeoUry on the pruiiai ealaUof Uhai
Kitiii l.lanf Ti.hliifl..aiMaml.il..ra..Lr.li
All paeaians batlni cUlma acalntt lh said deoeaaed ar
Wahf warned ie eahiblt Lb ear, w.lh lh voacber
f UbrvA, to the eabaertber on or betura tb Slat day of
Afa naui they may thrwU by bf b aaladd
01 all keaefll of tha sold ettie.. . ,
(liven ndr my hand thla ll.idAr of May, UTO.
Jai-Tha OKQ. li IfKAL. J f,1 ""y
UniTKDVrATRB PATRNT PflfJOf.
. WsKiHurow.U ti.Janai,ltHi.
Ua the petition 0 J.Mrs Arrmnxxand Wruxtit
OussvLP, ef thiibrtds, Ure Urtuln, prla fat
lh ntetialoM e petoat yraatod to toet on the Bd
day of Uentbr, I. oA ento-daWd todatoof Ko
llah patent, Iloea.br sth. I1U. for an InprovMnent f
Maablnery lur pret-Mias tnbrotni ftabalanoa fr bphv
ltliOrderdlbithtUuwnyla tbseMbolod
oa th let day of Ifivmb- n it, that th aba for
flllns: areuaMM sad th KiBanlaeri report b UmlLM
tLhllludaf Movewbee neat, aad that saldisUU
Uo b baavrd Lb loth day of Novambsr a It.
l-"T ""rr .aBuiSS; rajiiK,
1 ea.y oaDnaapn ara ajuiav wj aftvaau. wiw wa.r nim.
4fflStflSiSftaB?
1 Tmnrwia j T 7" .. .. . jj 1 ia.-a a vvtft mot
I th mU ta ULS Rll MI1L UirDDUt an arnioa to
Lb l 1 day. Teeti A. Vf AHBTflt,
tolfWBar BanJator alWlHa.
nvnivM worm that tiir aim.

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