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WASHINGTON CITY, D. C, SATURDAY MQRNING, NOVEMBER 30, 1872,
Mo, loot northwtet comer Tenth and D itmu
rill be he
ponbweat, on , FRIIfAi and
eieremocr as an xe, i-n, etco'cio
M-k compel a varied aeaortroent
N-rrnaaiiiMtPaninaunTOi uiia kin
room, corner of Tenth aad P-,',r,?,J
. p. m. The
thiliiCaa.a,Jtwlry jnBTeet variety, Wearing Ap.
IMreLPlate'. Mulotl Instrument, IMI general
aia ot mnrrnanaaB wd rnn" w-
Aiirfoiw nnuMH repr niw or
AIIvAnd mnUrlu fwimml
rqaAtvi within three day after !,
a fiim tsau.
jjouiaiane a v.
andetl O slr-ei north west.
( RUM Anottoneere,
RV LATIMER A- I.HMtT,
t M II n in lllnl iratat
nouthweat corner of IVnn. eve. and Lkventh street.
C1U"CKBY n&LH OF '
I-QI" L0 VALUB!
TJ By virtu nf decree of thaftai
.iULoi ijninn oi UNnmmi!
""A a, ,,. -, ill
, ii c inr e i
will, on HA1
at rablla euc-
im, si ociori p. m , oner tot mi
"V" mim T. B, ann ii. in nnnin wwm, in mi uir,
Imta seven and etwbt bava been aabdivMad Into
fW tote, ear WvVrf a front of twenty on aouU
K street, tanwmVimr-pd-e half end With afreet,
an lruuntue hack with thai width lnl fast Ineha
to a ftLfiinl liar, at
Iwtia i n mnJl
n"17. ..C 7-1
ibw ivur inuLiarN
id ere all unimproved. .,..,
iwentynie bava been undivided
oi them bavin a front of twtnt r
t. taatwaau f.iur.an 1 a-half kill
biclh ...- . . f -..Li . t a. ,.a. .a... l.lal. Ijai
rlUIKn, IHII IHQUIIW IW Willi lull WIIIIU IW
eet tnohp to SB-foot allay, an I arc unimproved.
TIm remalniavr lot baa a front of forty feet on south
I etrebatwea the same IwoatreetajBOdniaU hack
wtLb (bat width in ftrt lob to fb4aae ailar.
i Wbola In c&Nh at tha tmrcliBHir a oMton, A
rtad jflwm oil th BnafrmtlOoBtloa ot aaU. Ooarajr
rtr Dartv ,
OK VALUXPLK AlfD
Fat Mr !?.
1 HOI k.HTy.CvnNh BOF rirFEKNTU AND
(IHTBFETAHOHllinurr . ,. .
! nl h virtnti of dnrraa of tha RuDrema
inoi ina uiatnoi m vmumwia. paiw4 in ru-
my uocii no. ii, fliiixmmuna- jam mm
BY U1IKFN A: AVII.I.IAMH, AfllMrTa,
Mo, loci, nortbwMl oornar Ttntb and V aU.
ill that VkluaYila
aaaiotnon, anu oeirnr om
WEDNESbAV, Daoambar , al 4 q'olonk. p m , andtnraalf, dal
oinal tot ni
M and rt of lot numbered Dm (l In tba auutUta tharabjr aaci
:" -i.-;i i.. i
ill. at j'libllc anoUoii, on In prrol,
Q atreet to tba plaoa
OF A TWOS'
HI1K oi' 'with. 1ibtwi!en PJUIa
MTIlT ETH NOIlTlIW EST, AT aTCTIONT ,
Ilr lrtu of a d! Mlrart to Jnabna Whll
nd mraalf, elated Oi tobar 1, iri Qd duly tcr
illrMtton of the party
Ihre, ISA) bwinninr for aatd v
l-nth atreat fifty (MJ fa, than aaat aot-lrUfon of th wiat hall
- --...t' -111 -.11 -. ....l.tlj. i..ff(n. In
iHilb nfty (10) f-pl
I alpfuit tn Lha nlana
and 1m prorata ii ta tbarewn.
in Ijti-r cm, folio l.ona
Waahlnrton, 1) p.. ami by
of th Mmt
to f 1 atreet, thonon weat with till 1 fbr r-un, ronahtlo- of tvUry and baatnbl
a OI umfiPDinf, witu me uunuiuiia hit
loo of aq'iar nnmoarrd two bumlrad an 1 twanty- ' front of thft rrniU,
arooi of laniai a rAii
aiirnir-aia-ni im.1 in jfawiiu r nri
riaanth trat flftv iM) fal thatiMi aaat Bnlalvtafhti nf th wnat half of atnara thr
ooo hundred fee two Inch, ( I ft. 1 In.,) tho- I and atitr.fi T a, (.) oKrib-t with tk tmiirovaraanta
inara three, bnndreil
MlnUlrr PfhBrri ICrltl1i Va4 Vy
Vol f 3T0 t 331 -An KUina.
Bpcrcli f bmldrnt Tfclcr Tb Ilrlt
Lati rr1Umnt Prrcnra1 amtll Fafc
if i wnii me iiuiiuiufa urri
, tb ainjuruoauo-a . Tei
th-reunloWnnjrli.ir. , ,. I adaUbicainontha.wiUiI p-rc
Tbla troit-rty ta directly omtoaiu th Treaaary ! aaml-annnallr If urate of
TVartm-Rt, and U butdwrnvily Unprarad by lanja I pUM with wltbln Bra da) a aft-t
foar-atory iron front bulldlnr, now ooenytad by w, I b& rmvldat tb rlak and rwt of t
rm-i Ontblrdaart, ndbalaoainaii,prnre, , xrltlc Ilcbntc lath Aawmbly .tllnUlar
aJKbien nwntba.wlth f par oral. IntrmL para- li-lkan ItMntnlUn PauM-d.
H. Tboroi-vin and tha llrtuab U nnrataalon; tba Utya 1 t-hmjr. .
tbree-awrr brick bnlldlntr occupied by Kllbmirn a bnndred
(is ana oiaini mm miitiai, nu w vvmuiuuivm
aiit, the pmparty to
KVittOnathlrdof tba purcbaM money to be
In oaaa; the balanoa In equal piynienU at all
welrc monUw from the day vi aale, wltb la.
paid In i
A AM rtrea and deed of irael to our dtferrel
ap1to7WreiolredatUBieof aale. Conrey.
nolWiST" 'TIL JESOT MILLEB.Tn.atm,
MTED HTATE3 MARSHALL SALE.
of Oil unit:
lyandnr tt pnrrhaaer'a onnt.
Ciiiifn warn iu n'lTiij n
ILWAHN V Tl. Hurrlvlmr Tnmt
OHKEM fc WILLIAM.
aortoilcd (8UrJ AucUonwre.
V UHKEX tc WILLI f.lH, AartlonrfTft.
leofa wrl of ni''!-iMrrma the
,rilMnf It.a M,inrnut tVttlrt of the I Mat not
l,tmlilB ami In tna nlrnnlAcl. I will Mil at PllUlO
aale fnr raab. In f rotit of the (Jonrl Houaedior of in
aaldliUlrtctonTUEBDAY.tholTIb dayorbecem. Jo
beif, ItTl at ft o'ofnrk, m . all dufandant a rbtbt, tttla- U
laua anu iniervnia ainHi.uiB uwia l,':' '
fTl By rirtne of adaod of iru-t to the andar
a I lunwi. nwi wimiiiiw '. ,i
Ibi land rerwda of Wahlnjrton
tHrtof Columbia, the aubacrtf
offer for aJr. at pablla auctio
aale. at iublla a net ion. Id fivnt of the
reinlikML to the biabeat bidder, oi) TU 8 DAY, the
,uth dr of trocniDr, 1471. at o'luork. p. m,, all
, ncu ai a u-iuora, . m.t "
Oa of around an J . irmla
m me inai or iiau m idi
In aaid Vimltu. aalo'j
No.4,tnaqurena,8iaiwniOTiinjf neainamn oiueciiroi bmuiimhw, "t.r3-T.'s
of ln 1-M. V-M-b-r -Ttb all andVloiJaf the !ni ope hundred ipd a-n, tliff.t one hundred and
iwreiDenwIhreoo. In the city . Wa-bJnirton, p vWht, luO om Eubad an nlna, jl i onj "
t a.i.ai .n.i laiiail nnm u iht rniMrtr nf II 1L I dred amft-iLTlla.) and out hundred aud rleveo.
. . ml ! II1Ka'a anhllllaLn nr all HI
Marrrnan. and will m mAA ! aaihify ejeoiitlon N
V II. If. WAHNKIt. Ileal llaie llrahar I i; L
anaAuloirr,niTWwaninBwetn,weiwraii r maa
aMMHlreiy nx. twaTre, and tbten montaa from day
of aalti, wlib lniareat at ten p-r centum p-r annum,
ocured by to pureniMre note and gned of truaL
I Tni!UTvt"uairtnri xwrVRTiltlTANn ATTIfl ' t.i ihuLTiHipfti nf thafmrnhaaamoner of eacb
ttnonrehlotondeyof aale. IihiOk ((WbUti.MTlftwOORYllAiJK hnuaetobepalllnraib,anJuiareoiainderlnoual
UKOlNALO PlNPALUTniatre. (tUtltll-U. JftK-IWI., FirtlllaTlla.ET, llK- InaUllrnmiU) of alt. twrt and ielirl.ta- moulba.
LATIUKU h cLfiAIlY. I THUCf O XNliP SonTHWFST .. with lntreet tk-rauaattoe rateof Ua (er centuia.
Ilr virtue of a lined of traat fct -a, 0aMl WfniPtt i u be aoaured to Ue aatlatacttun M tne u-iwwra, aii
mdreil and a'
n la mrttrAma
or of aatd city, with tba biilMinn end
mta thrnn, cotialatlnif of Are tbrea
itUo BRlt'K BUILDIKOH. nearly ount-
.ul.lniManmanrxrllk Ihi Vl DOUM.
and caob boua to be wM a-p-retaly, antil Ibf
amounlof tba debt for which tba property la eold
la realised . .
ar nnmberrd all hundred and evmity4rv .)
l I a aald aubdlTlelon la recorded In. the offioe of
AI FX flllAHP. t the aurverorof aatd city, with tba biiUdlnin ana
It a UiMht . n f ' Imiimvininnli I
.. ., -. . ""j :.;.
mwjj !) iiuo
lluiiLiaaaH at.J flaal latala flfvkara
Hotithweat ourtwr huin aTfuueandElerruUi atact.
niai umoa uuuuiHt:.
LARHB AgBORTMENT OP OFNTIFM
.TflilNO.CONMlVVlNO OP BFAVKB
H'Wue of jWalof tnjrt V.P"!rL?Kff I
mmuii mi riwiivuv n i oi i
Ja uf n aahlturton, 1 0 . w wld 4
NO. CONHIVtINO OP BFAVKB AND
OLOTJI QVEWWAT. 1KFjW. WALK-
.. w ifiWMit lwarev
lint-UUf td ar. kt AIIVrtf,M.
On HATUitbAY ktOBNlXUf
U, (ST). mmI duly raoonl
iai nr IKa lan.l rannrila
aoll at tmlillo auction. In f rout of tTin pren
L. L1 L.J vhllilV lk.,ih 1-b ..f nn
rr, MTJ. at 4 o'clock p. in , Lota and W. In Her I
baiurb, llarku-M and otter enbdlrlainp of Tote In ,
rfcpieraall, aa tbaaanwla rernrtkwl lu Liber W F, 1
folio l. In the tfurvarir't omf of tba city of With
invUMi, D. C, tutretber wllb the lm, rorrmeuu I
11 n of th
it of tba
nnrindnir k be al tba coat of tba tiurchaaer, auJ .' V,
hlturUm.l O.watrlJ dp.Wil of 4utwlU b required ou eaeU bona at "iinti'K.
oi inn uremia,, hi iiifi (Da unie ui uurrpaan.
I iciuiuub. noTerauer wt tTnung. Aiicr n
lonf anu exciicu aenava iiuacTcniuF, invAiwonf
biy, by a rota of ITO to u, tpprored the rctoro
tlon proposed by Minister Duftarn. rrorlding-for
the tppolatment of i oommlttcfl of thirty, whon
duly It thai) b to draw np Uw rf ulitlnf pun.
lie power tod preaerltiliii the condlUon of mln
Before tbe ckM of the denata Prr-M-nt TbJera
eiofjuenur Kwireaaecitna iiouMioran Hour and
a half, lie Mknowle-lfrd the ABnemhlTl bot
ereljrn cotutltneot power, enndrmned Boclallst
doctrlnM. and ImnreaalTelr aiTlrmad hla bllpf In
Clod. IleOecUreilUittha reuaJneil faithful to
the Part of Uonlciux, ind claJmed that he be
lonirelto no party, lift admitted thit he wu
CeraonaiiT in iiTor 01 coiuiiiuuonai raonarcny,
lheniontrchyU liopoaaibie; we fatre a re
public Let uii mke It conMrrUlT." He da
nled any ahare In the poiltlcil opinion, of the
lxiu aim ctoaeu who a aeciarauon tnat tae uuiy
of tba Uoveniincnt waa falrn-an, muderatlOD,
aod lm partiality toward all partlea.
Parliament rrarard Talll Prbraary.
Iwnow. Nor. N. PartUmenl hu bean further
prorofiicl until the Sth of Pebnury.
The iiiltof Henworth Dixon airalnat tbe nro
prtetontof theitif JfaU (Jautlm to rorf r natn
Rf for alleged 1111 waa brouirht to a conclu--lon
to-day. The Jury iwanlrd the plainUff on
)T)RI F.U LABHTm, 1 -BltHAllliAIJJWJlU,
1)Y LATIMER .V CI.KAUY,
VVTt FOK T1IU AVOULII.
twelve and UckuwiinionUia from day of aala, with ' ... 7.,, w .1... k- tf..ia
UnprrornLinreaUaflonr-itbr adeod of truat on , TcMlns tbf Jahra af All Kalian by their
Nov-eber Wh. at ' -ffi'ollin tb.'KrSof renotoowrl.Td I tMarW..
TVliE ihULEARYUuct I JJ "tKKaTt.TBr iW 'd
jlur chaaer CouTcyanlriaTaliirbaat.r'Bl
tFrom Hrarth and Hiaual
P.ritaral Itcf-mt nHI.
YiKKW, Nov. !.' The Oovemment rentem
platea liitnxluclnt an electonl reform bill at the
couiliif aeaalon of tbe UelcharaMt.
That cullaeutu "h$ drum" eold fir 8t.S0.
Saoe-orcin gloree are ittld to be) powoa-
AurUoneere and Ileal EetaM iiroAers, i.j " t. it ivinwrt iwii.
Corner of rvnn-ylTatitaaTrnueandElaTentbatreft, "'"""" " " """---
aiar umoa uauaunj.
BAY UABK, PARKE
On RATtmOAT M0UN1NO,
kofsa. we -bail eell
ARTOX. AND KT
Y iJlTIMEIt tfe C'MCAKV,
i n'l..-. .. IKt,. .tn tha wnrl.t whlMf JU tO thO fluh.
ibeart tbemarkiof lu nativity io unmlitak- TiiEBsaro t2.500.000 worth of lMaulmati
J ablr m wit and humor do. Tbe epeeUiea 01
I liurKfl migiil DHTejicen awiff iro uj wwi,
BUT OOlca BuUdliuf
"'S'L'lSSrai J" bmt" TlirSTFEH BtIR OF VAIWAIILB IMPBOVin . "J.VvSa A,
Vwffn pirrFJEMTtt and Hixihtsiii Krcni b Jramal
One Bay Mara, aound and rentla.
I Hie Baakrt Pbaton, nearly new.
lliu ul UltiiAa ll.llian
Ttrmtrtih. L.VT1UEH k CI.EARY.
Ihe poetry of Wordiworth and Soother might
kn. luHiit trrltlnii h Am.rlrini! lhrr la no
tblnj about tbe Oeruiaa ribllo-opbj wUlvh U .
0 eucntmiij uvnunu uiuai.iuiu uu.ub.v
tetn KaillBb; ami there arc some of tbe
Pranrh drama I Ut who could almoat ba
HTUEK1S WEHT. . .. t I tmlf.tnd HhaLMnnar Ulnionlf. Uul lit UVl
I XTo7(&uCT m wluelt wd 'huDior. Ql.o a IobL ahd H
5-m. John rraurla IkomI arniptaluinC t. 1. V. l ccda but little dlfccrnuient to tell whence it
1 of the rtWai,on"lOND.Y.thetha-y of -rcrulii' puodaa, that bo "reaortl to hll itnem-c-mwr.rt.at4o'cK-k.
li-tltmriMUant ory for hla wit, ttud to hla iiD;lnaUon I Jr bU
1 f irroun.1, number thre-.ta.tin Hamu4Uatl.tpnr.-a .7 ., ... , , ,, ,
tfflffifet iSU.L'uotorl ' K-SSS: Win Kan cM-SK , -TbUn En jlhraan nr em b. an Bur
j$rJn laA al M a. ta, the fltowliiidoarniwl lii-irfrt. lroproy-. by . twoatorr f 1 raoM houar. No. I iiaC,,.-,, 0( ,n other than Bhcrtdan time.
InriiM, wiib . dcrtb of im irA llWbM. 1. piiUi. fa wltly and Hlso Ihlii mttr sua olmi-wl.f,
".F..IM w "i -l"". Ty. M'TJ' VF . . ti.,1 nnl ct KnirlUh. CnHerT JernIdl,
3!i'S& TtV.nut"Ii3r"!J i l.ml f 1. nou-U.iedU.Ui TluU .uu
oversmknT riLE or UoUEM,'t3r"
tl lnre). 1 Mule,
Twa-borae Vtmou. 1 Onoklnir store,
Sunka J roar mula Waoo.
iru Watmi. 1 Ofwiklmr Htori
4 Hlnrle HeU ofAmbulanoe llarua-a.
ernucvli WM. MTFRB,
cl Ut Drlf Oeneral, V, 8. A Depot g Id
waa not only Tcry EnjrlUh, but tery Jerroldy,
I medlata vicinity of Hoolt aiaareana UMAriiupun aald 1U
Tenna of eti One Uilrd oath: tba realdne In
ibe aale by the court, (and not tMfore,! 1 Mil convey
ANNUAL AOCTJOV N LE OP UNIIE- the aald real n-laU lo the pnrcha-er la fee alraple,
DEEMED rLEDOE3. All rou?eanciiiif at theonet of tbo purchaser If
ancUnn. for raab. on rill jnawrnw are u ""P'I7U "'.. " i II.tT-V.
November and at oitni. i tniote- reaervea the rltrht to reaell at the rlak and
. W will a-JI at jmblio auction, for caah. on FBI J term-i ire " P"ra wn in Mn.u
iiatt and HATUKUAY. Hovamoer a aim aw oiwn-1 "" -" v- .
nieucliur at lu a. n. aod i m., at our aucUuu rooma, uel oi the ";"'
corner of Ninth and Pennsylvania arenui
const of Me-era. K (Kditin ft On., Loan,
aton. and cicnanire iiroKera. ai
pleJifea and eonimlaalon aooi!
TIULK k CIXAUY, Auota.
uaalon aoo.U left wllb thMjM jy (JHKIIN .V WII.MA9I-V A'
S?1a dfe'&'iiiln'-cte-l . " Northweatoornerleulhandbal
Ami an It Utih the iinnitirot other peo-
llca. ho would bc'Ltate n moiucnt to credit
Ireland with tho nun who. vaunting tbe
clorteaot the paaL wanted to k.now "wbcro
ton will find a modem bulUlln which bu
latcd aa lone a tho anclcut ouca t" Equall
.il.lentlaRlr Hlrhnrd 8tect-B natMtVfrOtll
hta celebrated effort to extend tbe tho hospi
tality of a friend, to whom be Mid," If )ou
eer coino wltbln half ainllout iny btmeo, I
li'iim ou MI Mop tliero.
.TrnnPW 1110 mu"i IIVIIIJIJ-Iiinint4 ihiiu'ji.
iiowvi er, la that of our own country
i ur.ua uru f,iiuu.uw nuituvi "iu
In tlia arloua Amerlcau menaerlea.
Tub Melbourne rfruaylelda lta iiroprla
lora an Income of t'JOO.OOO a year.
Toi;ittiT are aald to hato apent 1 100,000,-
wj in t lonaa iaai aaaon.
Chilaqo borBo-thlcvca have turned their
attention to tho patient ox.
Chicaoo ha purchased three now Art en
glnca, ahkh weradcUtcrcdlaatTuvaday,
If Frank fort-on-thc-Maln no murder bu
been committed lor more than one hundred
The coat of pupil at Ibn Memphla acboola
U three dollara each ir month, including all
A mam recently knocked down an ctepbant.
He wu an auctioneer.
Pahthidoes In lllluoU are Uma enough lo
eat from tbe band when properly cooked.
Bobtoh hotel clorka weep aadly aa they
Mat k bouta now on the atreet cornera for a
living. TiUwW rrt$:
Thebb are a good many bare to the -uecciw
of the Sunday law In Chicago lu factabont
taenty-tao hundred of them.
An eminent New York tailor La engaged lu
perfecting a new atylo of bullet-proof garments.
Br thetlo-lnjrof tbe New York Slate tt
nals, aonie 40,000 uiun aro thrown out oi era-lilovimnL
There In an caubiiahment in ?iew Yorx
.Kr."o,waktadS "l.iS,-,.ur I wl. ihw .oil. im U Mr for lta .,
aiUirlOO IUUL-U UKO UB W UVIUUH . ,
bodycUo. Thackeray' Joke about thoalze Bomb poople aayltl dark-balred womou
1 of ourovaton u puclyJagUah, of coarae, 1 that marry aooncat, but elder aplnatera main
and differed In everyway from that of lit i tain that ft 1 the light-beaded one.
I American companion, who remarked that he 1 puiLOanpnrit, who married a tuIjm but
Im.l aaivn an nTltP.r Bfl lanm tllAt It " tOOk I .mlol.tn irlrl i,ai .1 In oall lila wlfii l.rnwtl
thrco incn to wallow It whole." Equally aUgar, becauee, be aald, iho was iwect but
m and Eeywiiidera. U oat or thein are nearly iir:;j-Vtid. thii iiilaca ranm Iw auna--d-M I AUienean waa uio it hum-. iv .w. . unrenncn.
rawUrK.,sa'fo.''su,j..r.r.K t,?iUii& as'ssJMssfKvff'hJSd ...tx.'i!?!ji,'?.,ss:
''", lfr.: ooltocttooolDluii ouJ. ud I0. ,,,,, .t,r .1 in. Hiiorj two lMct. foi., n t io .un. U mn.t hato Utu till, narlu ,iowi until confl,ltnt that lhej.ro lniufflclonl.
KSfe.f 1V.,.MB...PUWS... . a,affl KSi,''lKl5dtTlK VZmUo,b"'&" 'CC'Ul..d. .In Chlo.so.iut w.ck..W thr..
(laid and uirtutiDd uuera uiaaaeai rreneo ana :.t: .. - m nn. k. ,ii..r,..in(.t Nf.mui.iA ... . . . '." i i.
Amertrau fJlnck-j Durrhulna at a laU aala.
OtiDt ma raiMt, iramr wbko areauaierT aam - Teniiei On UJrd caab: balance In ona.twoaiK
iiorneUre, one naartcr and on filth iud-i aeconda . 9M. Tiutt (U prince OaurvVe oounty. Marjlaud, and
oi umaraui nuturewii J'"-,.,, Iw ... oulhe new-cnt B bvlenabnnr road, about lour aatca
Jfriward, W Bliaam, and thrin VTatebea In all aTad-a, i1, (h. .. nlrirt., -., mrkU. im tba U enwood
Breech bju.1 M ii i ii a-rllmf Oana; Umc Boiiw.. th;Mn, for nQtm beatloir tatere-t and aocured
and other Ma-lcal lutruue&lai one extra flu Vlr ;f tmA itUmJon the urenilaee aold. AU convey
Uu. n..i n.i. fth..i Pc"WnL"?u tJ1l1 V rw. r?L. JL't''
0 rf fl IffiYiaVi B. BbawL "0? cIJed'wl.h'wItb'Inn
verjSS: tontelibroidared Onar. ffiMte?-'
Cloak , ..,., . the defaultliur tmrchaaer, by adveriltinjr Ibraa
Una vary flne Muatcai I'locBwiia Hovame iaua-
oaiie, aud many artlole too nnmerou to mention.
Every articla warranted aa repreaente,!, or the w "
mouey returned within three dayaatnrpala. . ... ur
On all bllla over a" ataoouni or a per cent, win r!,l(LaB3ii ,,
be allowed. The trade and the pubiloare ireneraily ifST;,,
invltert. 1V.1 wAja.etuu.Auou Ii,whe.Hrroyiit OiiWvaiora.aud other kanuliur
n t"lf I , ' litanaiu.n.n' of Manure an I lot of romlaelooud
v, ON8TABLK BALK. Haedi, ood lot of Aapar-a-na aad Ilhubarb IlanU,
WaaVnxtou, D ut at thaanlt of iWaUff 1 bava IJE ttj1 R 1 cKrortrfor rrt
aeiaea ana uira inra nwuunn fu nn . " hi above f.lfn can do bo bv oilliiir oh Ua Aqc
window in the fifth
SobSS but .;Ucricrn,Sd I.M. railed hU mother-ln-l., oat of ..Into, Ip l
8h.L,,.r. .-U.poet,"a. Arlemu. W.rd "-J,-.------;
But tho moat peculiarly American form of
humor yet dctclpcd la that which lias lately
tecomeao popular among editorial paragraph
w ritera In our Wetern 8latea. It Is Indeaerlb
abte, and we can Indicate what It U only by
chime one or two examples.
"Air. Uwln. of pMcnport, arIicd the
Am iinaiicMafiil nnmtir savsi "To attempt
to ImprcM some mind with a aense of the
ludicrous, U Like tbe ondcaror to photograph
the changeful gloria of tbe opalescent dolphin
upon tbe guarlod hide of tbe rhlnoceroa.'r
Tits return to tbe New Orleans Exchange
how that seventy per cent, of tbe cotton ha
)rkllorea,i tcood Work Miitre-t Market kitchen Are, one day hut week, with the kt.ro- been picked, showing an Increase or. twenty
Md'nonVia HarnUJlVd 'of M lSum fono ctn' b9 heay rain kept a rani many to thirty percent, irreater in ihcicvcralSUtca
be sold l n luts to auit ptirrkaVer-, ew) 1 people from aticnxiing tna innerai. man at till time ial year.
rnlna. lot (. mver. IfavandOumnir Box. 1 t Pblrarrn man atrt ten dozen of CffJi oil a nn..n v. trt.nnA Vnm.ttlf.n tmarlKtn
I ...... l..i uuV 1 Iia iniiiinr lin urinl lina
cUim. and mteraet of defendant
u unil kiw ana rflatteus viai
I (Tue Marble M.tiUo,
lot 11 wka and tftaUoncry,
1 th lofiowiurf
I har-br mv uutl-e that, on -ATUBDAY. tbakmit
diy of NoTeler7J'rTJ. at To oioliick a. m., I will offer
fof aale. at the 01' Ualk, the aald rooda And cbatUla
immUI and taienlntoneonUoiWiiypnblaaaucUuu,
"Sa '" "- ttitCT . wuxua; toa
n v jam. 11. wuuniMi, A.u.tr.
lly virtue of a docree of tlie circuit Court of Prince
fsm1 wiimlif Ulata rt afarvlaihrl. alttlllif
Id murt I
ain L liert
hull nf binllv. laariinF ,la(a ILa 11.1 dilt
innudlaeaed lUiirauaetl ni aald murt between
naiiCand John t
indanta. the undo
tlon, to the burbeai bi
lterry.etecutrlt vf V. lliUin L Berry,
, and John E. lKrrr . Wnl' tW '
III aen.ai pnuiw
If rir-lf not.th
1V -KKN Ai V I LI J AM, Aacilanerra, dy tbereafler-al 11 o'cl:k.m.,t the atorabouu
J No 1'iilunrthweateorqerTeuuand p atreeUl mutlie i rwnlaoa. all that tract of land, lylnjr and
ApPAlUs AKSoKmnXNjlABOVkllTOlulF,. C.nlrill.i Arflf run. ilhniih lit
fNOTuM CITY . " eoveralTeoernimt Monaea, and a More lloiueon lha
By vlrtn oYidTcre paaaed by the Anivetne ulaoe. It la admirably a-tapted for Market Oarden-
flour of lha Dlatrtct ofo'llmibU, la fan ly cau lu. ynd thjre a twwidarabTa nortiwa of Meadow
NaBatoa fJanvUU etelv WlUlimD.a U4ana Ww4ldou thepl-oo.
MTirdork et a", we wiil eel al pubOo aneUon, St ihe Tbla property will be offered in IfU.to ault pur-
A...U, V.'uM.n arVflliama. luirth waat our. cha-en. alld it nut Bold lU luU WlU W SU S4
nap ot I tariLa
n nm ui
a 1 Vcloek it, m., ail
irn a kfurdock's Qnarr
ii-Mrfa.ln th ellr of Waahlni
DAY the aihday of Deoambei
irryUnd ali, twelve aud alKbteen mow tba Miual I tall menu:
m a Murdock'a Quarrr. and located n th tnaaererreai'a)nteniioiFnae-Hrepy iu-ouhu-vi
i T?tba Cbaapaake and 6hU7 canal, about two tbe 1'urebaact or ircbaacra lha whoTa to beai Intj--M,bYe!eorU.wn.ta
tiw U4V V!!1 , "'. "v rrttv, vm ..w,-i-. ... .-.
nilaaannvai llawLiii. tn the I) tat rift t
l.ia aMl knia atiuiil Vi feat in Width br abfHlt
archo lu lejurtb, andToontalnijif U acres, wore or
And tUo, at (he tame time and tHaoa,and In con
vwitu, w will aval ait t
nrtnalaail hnaam aa Uia Potranad
i'jrzr. zir n7 rrr.iisz;
In la. nalit in Aaah al thi
ti Dual .a.lni.ailmi nf lh. ul. ti tha mtiiri.
mm oi uic wuoin vt tua I'unu.w
t before, Uitruate UlUthoriaed to
tbe option of tha purobaaaruU
ail 1 Ihilt laifl
convey a fee alroida title.
Ul aania in nwi, . m hiui ,
jcxnaa Uora- AllcouveyBUi-lnifBij I atanipa il mm oru
rumn.UoH. lviaur bninedlauly weat of t hater jrx,rti'At.u nniu'ui,ii
"rtbalVwTAtnZhl, uomeodhda jlub) O.VbOdWO.
roe to the nae or tua bant of ine sain cauai
pa of trenapnrutlofi. , A mora full and
n".U MTf,..e ;?hrAnVet B
( bail, and other churches are bull!
irotn tne- nnam-a.
tianies ran be seen at Oreen k WU
llUra are ll l utiaaHiua. u fl
ai.roaa th iMtomao riven elao, Oal
'1 ha veeeele aud their lovrutiariea can he examined
at anr time after the Mb luataut, ou api UuaUou to
llama' Anotlnn iuona,eoratrof lentnBOkiuBireeia The whole amount of the pnrcbaaa money i-mat be
Tr-Sbni'raS !l?aiVn0.rtl ffi.Srii" bi ; Ukttll del "tSff-l lmTnJffltiiSi
t' li?wilZJhTr!nr l""t bereinuve.1 from lha havy .arJ.flnlu two
tha Canal road or th-. new road leaainy from Ueortre. WN,a. fronj u,, d of Ml-,
UTMS L. WM?.. ea-h and lha balance In I lE OoreSmI wrVre lh rtrbt to-Wtlldraw
Tarmaof Nalai OnalxtaoaaB,na tn Daiancein I ii,lltBW1irn,n aale at an. time, and to r el act buy
thirty equal nwhlhly payment, wlihl&iereet at the PoTSwKttjhirw
rale often iwrculumirnnurarromday of kale, wlvlii M wwauw, (
wlA eeonrltr to tba BaUafaoU.ni of th Becelvera, lmjTinrw 1t
audauanrafalnedonthai'rupertraold.or tbepur I -"- ' '
ohaae nnm c
BUlnedoutbai'rupertyaold.or the pur
yean be paid lu caah or upon abortcr
i afureld, at aaroe rata Of Intereat. A
deposit Of aJUOWIUDarenUiriMIOI ana imrnuaaor a.
tlineof Bala, Alloouveyaneln and stamp at emt
tif porcbaaer. ItaU of th roperty will ba axhlb
1U4 al the time of aala. . ,
w r, 11111
fiioritirTortH or noi.iiri uw riiKr
AND VF NflLATlNOAVPAaAlUH.
Ba4da OHfcfcN h WILLIAMS, A not.
Y LATlMblt oV t'l.KAUY,
I AucUonaera aud lUal LaUta jlrokera
uthweat corner latnartvanU ava aud Ue Tenth
atreet, 8tr umc Uiilldiua'
NouilDa-ormneoiatTwlthout; home, lta health, orun-
a air. tha al anient uuun
ibiteooe of thoae moat dear
fort and hapjiJua-a cau Joatly euinuiand law re Su
ioh calafly depanda
to lta, onr vrtvea and
orUnt couIderaUon Lhau tha qiudJI
a 1 HH Hlr " WWM HfU .HJUU
t j..i, imld to Ida it Idrttv.1
"A man out In Kana said be could drink
a quart of Cincinnati whisky, and be did It.
Thu slh cr mounting on hla colHn coat U.7S.
wo tannotiau lOQiflcovcrnt oiu-u um p
PMilairataf anvllilnir nf I hla atirt. Ill tooevi-
deully Jndlgcnoua to le iul4kcu for an
The lean of othtr nation are equally well
piarked. Your FrenOi bon-mot has an un
mltakublD shrag of 4 b' -hnnlder about It.
(lerman wit 1 elaborate- and minutely accu
rate lu all IU details. A Scotch Joke mint of
nece.Mty bo gimiet-pointcd, ti it coum nev
er bo driven lioulotu tbo head of a tkoUlt
man. We cannot only d Werner the nationality of
a Jest from lutemtl c Miners, hut we can
often toll tbe exact region vbiure It came,
and sometime even lT tirv authorship 1
apparent, When we luar a uan say that he
'wTpftlo Ids haih' a such, a 1IA we know
iry well that that man was 'raised west of
tbe Allcghanlca. Iho limu who asks you
"what jou'io got on your wheel-bousfl'
when he wants to know what you propose to
do, has no need to tell anybody that be has
lived on the banks of tho Mississippi river.
And It cpuld only havo been a college rtudent,
and a sophomore at that, who, when asked
what atara never blL rculled "rv0$tar$."
Tliera aro some lest, a we have already
remarked, whose tcry authorship is appar-
euij notably some oi I toou aim neoriy au oi
rimrln Ijimh. Rnte 111 llOftt.lT Imitated
bla master lu tho mutter of puna, but he ha
never show u himself vjiiiil losmh a play on
worn aa tua. whku iiuoii puts mw iw
mouth of tbe vender of rar trumpet, who,
1 In vnnnlln ' hla wartia. sjvs:
. . "---- --- , ,-
no very t tea i
Wall. 1 aold her a horn, and th very next di
Uh heard from btr biuibaiid al Botany Day
Charloa Lamb w as never like anybody cue.
and tcrtaloly nobody tlo wa eter like
Charles Lamb. Ilwaihe,of course (who tlac
could It haw been r) who replied to the com
plaint oi liu superior in mo juaia uouw, mat
hn MutiHtnhla desk later lu ihe DKolnjc Uiao
airy eihiul IM writiM-a, by iayliK but
you see I make it up ny going away earner in
the evening.' )II good things were always
so essentially aud wholly Id own. that there
u nn tuuuJi.llliv nf iuf.tkliiff their oriirln.
No other martLould bate thought Ids thoughts
or anything like them. Nobody elao" Viould
ever have thought of pltyln our forefathers
who llted bUora the lime of ramllollght, be-
cnnaaavben Kiev Pracked tt luke after dark.
tbey had to fef about for a -mile, and handle
IholtDolgkbor'seheekato bet sqre that ihaj
slreplng rant will bo seen, for tbo first time
In Europe, between Faria and Vienna. Hith
erto sleeping cars of any sort hatebcea un
Known un mo contincuioj railway, wwtu
most of tho travel Is by tbe night expresses
Tilt! latest feminine fashion Is to Ho In bed
until thno o clock In tho allornooo, Uhing
breakfast between sheet and propped up by
pillow. After that tho newspapers and
novel until the boor of rising. This Is re
garded as the moat elegant luxury of lndo-icnie.
The tbaraiterUtlo of tbe umbrella 1 lta
imwpr of cbanirhiir shaiHia. You can leata a
bran new silk with an Ivory and rosewood
handle at any public gathering, and within
three hours it will transform Itself luto a light
hlnn nr a fadml brown ccaUm. somewhat less
instxo than a circus tent, with a handle like
n telegraph pole, and (Uo fractured ribs,
Boston reeiuta the Imputation that her Are
department was behind the times, aud aaysi
t budrwn. who ieod th irreaUr part uf their lire
tiHior, iu iuiv ii inn, ..immi.)
with iu riann. Il
make that air lnire betieniea a alieet of
mount elTulftiance. The followlnif are a few of
inauy hmldimni aliere our AjinMjia in i
llw.hllInlvHlti I iwwnn (A flalTa(r Xlaai
Tern le, buprenie ( ourt romii. C"iiireir.iil
j jorary na tuxunos or tiunea niaaa
o) kLlnuil Irrantm.n'.Rink. Iaaiuit
TbotnpBoii a dwelllnr. VfarnhVl Bra'. AkK i
a uro. uuiiitii a. mi
TirtTBTtL-B (ILX OF 1MI'B0 Ell ntorFXTT.
&ffl&2 , SSrSPH
B7i51TotK,!TliiDiRiirtii.ji." B3?&3X)22?m fatf'" M
inr wnai iimri in in, hu,..'." . -. ) . "i"-v . ;
uudTrtood U I
w xork. They are the beet Eainrae au
bealara in tb UUped HUto. For aale
pal Dealers In n Mhincwn, uonreJ
mmitieret threa hun lre-1 ant . twenty-Wre-. in "J "" '
al.un .01 lortr.lnM mi,ir -lib 11 It. lm 1 Ali.rU
LaV'Bim.irfwShlSr V .."F JTNITEDSTATF8rATEST
b. IT3 Vl I S I.l"n nffi wSSSmS ,S . Ul. I,ln .f B.. ml Vr
SL !?: :h.!VHiml .1 liT. hi. ef lr cent u.M.l pr.rlnf tpr. lb. ..
r:." .-J... 'h tb .I... nr ..I., .ait ..fkirwl I. irr.uiMl lt bua eu tu, ul
hiivriruillili. ..tu.-ton,;,; iu.lni.MM. 11 uuiii nrnm.nl
Wni .r. no ahiiiiU. win. iluiu l.w tl.i. u . '"! 1
r. il I'i. pmKrty.fwr en. wwUTi ioue, .1 jo.
H.k .aJoiMti.l nrit ur.Ti..r , All c.iu.u.llirf
l&, coji o) IU. porcU-r . IJiiM JJ'
ruBTim, I yanuaru.
i aitenalou Of a pa tab t
In tba rasa b
next Tibet thi
lluii ttif alliuc aiKnuruenu and Jb
11 aaiit pftuuuu uruniva tu
Tub hide, leather, boot and shoe trades of
Bostou are setting noble examples of mcrcau
tUo honor, enterprise and pluck, Not a failure
uaa orcurrcu among tuueo ourutu uut. mcj
barn all anninvl new fiuarUx and aro recciv
live generous remittance from thoie Indebted
. ... v fT ni..ta -. w.A., ,n hi.lr. tltAral ivin.
trlbullons to other iiifTcrrrs rather than have
Boeriia aacept oottWe aUi In short, they have
rUep nith iho icalamlty to blgher plane of
manhood. These tnui arefhe architects of
their own, fortune, hating In tUclr carlly
tldjs held Iho Lap-stone and li-eu from tbe
bench, by'natlve tnrecof Uiaruiter. When
HiMtuu. next to Cincinnati, was the first city
to adopt the steam Ore englue," that she was
tho "first city In the Union that established
the paid sratem in contradistinction to the
volunteer a) stem," and that "tho Are-alarm
telegraph was Invented by a Boston man, and
ilr.t used in Boston tn L8&0.
In Sweden tbe factory syatem baa boon ap
plied to butter making, with gratifying re
ault. Cream is carried In wairona In ulch
tinned, sheet Iron cars In winter from fifty to
evcnly-fhe miles. In summer It 1 couteyed
In ship In re frl aerators. The capltotof tha
company Is (tf&.OOO. It aoud butter to Um
dou, I'ari and Bt. Pctenburg for ctmsump
lion, ana is aoing a largo uuatnesa,
Aaktiixsllk factory has been established
lu Ban Francisco, by three practical silk man
ufactarcrs from Lyons, France, which Is the
silk market of the world. They haio two
looms at work, one of which makes taffetas
and ino outer louiora siikb. iiiey express
themselves as mntldcut that California pos
senses all the advantages which tbe moat san
guine could desire for tho manufacture of
cllk, and that It will pay larger profits than
any other Inu'straeuC
Tub treatment of Mrs, fair by tbo sau
Franciscan has brvn extremely foolish from
the first. Her trial before Judge Uwlnuello
was not a fair one, and she accordingly. se
cured anew trial Ami was acquitted. Now
that a cowardly inob has threatened her she
will have sympathiser everywhere. Instead
of allowing Justice to be done, and quietly
hanging her. the absurd Pan Franciscans bave
whUh they most desired to present. Iho
boat that they cau do now Is to let her alono.
A riTittN nf Delaware has obialuad a DAt
eut uu a very Ingenious invention, which U
to be need as an ordinary dinner basket, with
a heating apparatus attached, by w bleb, a
person carrying hi dinner to bli work may
lime hi warm meal the same a at home.
There are compartment for colled or tea,
and edlblea, underneath which is a small,
neat furnace, w hi di mar lm heated with char
coal or a lamp- healing the content to any
degree desired The patentee is a deaf and
TI1BT1KD UMTtEETrrt LOMtiBTTa BOSTOS
FiF-a. One mcatnnxpeoudraauof thesrent
Boston Are l lbs effect it bMhad la enuluioct
rCSOUrCCB OI IiaivajM ClUTCreiiJ una
HIS DEATH LAST HIOHT.
tikelcL fib Uikmt lha cJrtat Editor
IIU PablUhad 'arms Caaareaaloeml
CataaMrmrtSw Tha Raaaat Daalh T
Wtw Yoax, Nov. t T p. m, tloraee Greeley
died al 0 oVlock this evening, new, ceo
acioca at the time, and hla paMlng away was
By precedlag rvmors th pabllo had been tin
measure prepared for th sad tldinir of the above
telegraphic dispatch, bot the shock of the actual
news of Mr. Greeley's death was severely felt la
an th lircles of Washington but evening. Sad
ness was on every face, and expressions of re
iret aad sorrow fell from all Up. The greet pet ,
sonal mlsfortnnra Mr. Ureeley suffered Jaai pre
vlons to his death had La a wonderful idogre
softened erery feeling of aolraoalty and bitter
neas bekt agilast htm by pollttcal oppoaents, and
beyoad that they had aroused the sympathies vf
the entire nation. ,
Horace Oreelyj nallv ptaee I Amherst, W.
IL, where be wu bora February I, fill. U 1
youtn &. was noted for a great deatrsl for the
aoiutalakmal kaowkedf, aad at'aa'aajiy f
had ifra4 all the books wortk'nadtag la an
the lib! arias nr hi fsthar boa. It wu In
to spring p( in that Mr. preeley toamaa
apprsdtlc to the art of prlntlBgln thaoffle of
th Aorfiern tpiatort at East Povltney, Ver
mont, The dreams of his youth were ambitious
enough, bat little did be think then that he
should become the founder of the New York
Trtbn, aadfia greatest of Auerlcad Joarnal
lata. . st, there he was suun known u the href
workmkn in th oOoe, and very aoon began to
assist la editing th HtMttator, and at th age of
twenty be wu regarded u an authority in potitL.
cl neuter, and hi Julgment wu sought and
It wst In ll that lljrane Oreeley entered the
great city of New York, aad whjl he had hut
ten dollars In hla pocket ta had his heart full of
the truest courage and most steadfast hope,
Afhtr working u a Journeyman for two years
be became, with Mr. Prsncln wtory, th printer
of th Jfuf -Waji ftwf, celebrated u the first penny
dally paper ever published in th world.
InlSMMr. Oretleybecaine the editor of apo
litical and literary newspaper celled the .
KerlVT, bathe .uriTa-ed his income by emnWiy-
toentoftals powerful and, fertile pen on other
Journal. He promoted the election of Oeneral
winam il Harrison to the rresidency by tbe
paWcatlunoftheLtv OsMa, a campaign paper,
which rot to th enormous Crcuiatlou of eo.ooo
at tk a da. April 10, WU Horace Ureeley com-Bjenee-l
the pabUcaUoa or the Daiig TVreww,
which from modest begtanlng h risen under
his guidance to Its present Influence and power.
The price of the Dsfif Trinwss one cent.
ami Henry J. Kaymnnd wu bla aniktant editor
Mr. Greet stroafty advocated the election of
Henry Oaj to the aTsatdeacy la 1941, and after
Mr, uj 'a defeat he began to be more positive In
his opinions of slavery.
IiuuSbe wu cJMsen to 1U1 a vacancy in the
Thirtieth Congress, and served through the short
term preceding iTesldent Taylor inangurstlon,
U waa a member of the same Congress with
John uulncy Adsma, whoa death took place In
the speaker's room, February S3, lui. Adsma'lut
wuMiweret MThia is the end of earth!
content," Of his cotemporaries In the House
and Senate we recall toe distinguished names of
Oeonri Aahnian, of MaisachuscMs. David It,
Atehlnson, of Missouri, whom he fought so bit
terly, wu then a senator, and so wu Charles O,
Atherton, the author of a meuare " for tbe sup
pression or peuuons in regard to slavery,'
Senator aralnat whom Mr. ureeley leveled some
of his fiercest thnrtderbolt. Daniel M. ItarrlD
get of North Carolina, wai also a distinguished
That same year taw JohuBeii, of Tennessee,
a great friend of Mr. Urcclrya, elected to the
United tHale tfcoate. Thuinu U. Benton wu
la the Senate at that time, a foeman whose great
prowess Mr, ureeley always acknowledged.
Tense D. Bright vu tben a Senator, and It was
1 year Itefore David C. Brodertck went to Call
forhla, and the year after Jataes Brooks wu first
elected to the New York Legislature, and the
year after II. Grata Brown graduated from Yale
College, and the year after Andrew Pickens
Butler took Mr. McDume' place in the senate.
That urn year General William O. Butler wu
th Democratic candidate for Vice President, and
John C, Calhoun was then a Senator and Lewis
Cass also. It was three years after Salmon I".
Chase projected his first great liberty convention.
Henry Clay wu then in retirement la Ken
tucky, bot cam to th Senate In 1W9. John M,
Clayton, author of th Clayton-Balwer treaty,
was then. In the Senate. Mr. Justice Clifford wu
tben a commissioner to Mexico. Howell Cobb
wu a memtier with Mr. Ureeley, and so wu his
great friend, Jacob Collamer, Thomu Corwln,
falthrul friend, wu a senator. That aam
year John J. Crittenden was elected Governor of
Kentucky, Jefferson Davis was a Senator In Con
gress, and Daniel B. Dickinson, too; and aa was
th present Governor of New York, General Dix,
aud Stephen A Douglas, wss In the House.
Robert C Bchenckwss with him in Congress;
and, to mention one more, the revered name of
Abraham IJncoin. The Intelligent reader will
recall tbe names of many other omiaout Ameri
cans who were In Congress with Mr. Greeley and
who are llluatriona in the history of American
statesmanship, and who have won glory In tbe
array and navy.
During hi eventful career Mr. ureeley round
time to write many books, among them the fol
lowing Hints toward lufuruur-issa. This volume
consist of addresses, Ac UUnoea at Earopo
from Great Britain, Fraoee, Italy. Switzerland,
Ac during the summer of 1831. (Originally pub-
lUhed la tbo Trl.-nO Art and industry u re
presented In Us Exhibition of th Crystal palace.
New York, 1-. Edited by II. 0 , 1863. Asso
ciation discussed by H. Greeley and H.J. Ray
mond, 1UT. History of the Struggle for Slavery
Extension or Keetrtclloo. In the United States,
fromiT8Ttoltiao. Th American Conflict 186.
A Journey to Pike's Peak 1S&9. Recollection of a
Busy Uf e.and V. hat I Know about rarmuig-iBiD.
In 1661 he supported General Scott for the Ural
office In the gift of the people, and after that he
aiy amMUo. worth following wu th ambition,
i ajlevbu hoaaaa misery aad leave th world a '
little better than he found It That h had doa
it wu the corianiaMoa which brightened his last
Jays and aamtred him k had aot tired m rain.
Mit Is not for us, in th first hour of oar fuss, to
paint his character or catalog M virtu, 'AU
though fur uvsral month we have mlt4 th
inspiration of his presence and th nldaae of
hi wis counsel, his spirit hu nevsr esutd to
anlmat those ehoa t oeotlaa hla works, and
th close bond of sympathy betwsenth ehlsf
and hla aaststaots huntver bean broken.
we leave his praises to the poor whom he ane
6ored,to th lowly whom as ltfud anto th
slave whose hack he saved from the Uoi, t th
oppressed w ho wrongs be made hi own."
The Jfer-au; in iu editorial to-morrow ou urea-
lay, Mrs: Ue tuvs, in a mistaken up. ration for a
higher field of usefobMu and power aad glory
than Journalism, fauea a flacritlce to hi political
amniuoa, ii aai railed m apprecut u eoau
standing poaMon that he had secured 4 a lead
ing American Joaraaust, and luring It to par.
sue the iff Are of th rresMency h
dropped the ubateaos for the shadow of a gnat
dUtincOon, Othrw1ae, a htstory and th n
datlng rewards of Mr. Greeley ladutrloua and
uefai career are fall of eneogragement to
ycKOvuen who, without capital, persoaAl insn
eac, or powefat friend, have th Latti of Uf
Th T--4 e-mortaiiy pant .aretytM
mad a great mark ta Amvxtdaa history, and
this loss ta Jotmallsni 1s on which cannot h
rrplsced.' W fear w only sxpreas the simple
truth when w uy that Mr. Greeley died of
liberal neobncanlam. Tier is Ilttl reason
for those who admired or loved him to respect
the phantom of that monstrous fraud which de
ceived Mr. Greeley's better Jadgmeat, and to
which will always b attributed hi touching 111
ness and sudden death."
IK ACCOTKT Or HI ILL M AKD DIATff.
Naw Yoaf, November It. The 7Vi6ajwgli
the following account or Mr. ureeley death;
SOCIETY UFE IN WA8HIHQT0H
,Ia evening tbe PeereUry of iKat and Mr.
Fish rendered their parlors brilliant sndVptl
nUnglvyaiairtylnBpedalhonerf Mis Mrig
and Ml Cherante, who mad Ihetr Irst appear
shoe In society. A bright aad ewltlrated throng
njoyed th Mceaioa wltA aaost sppreclallrt test.
Last Theraday rrenlng Mr. Chart Aitor
Bristttl entertained al hi elegant and hospitable
resldrnct uvral members of foreign legauons
and oioae friends of the family. To Mr. Briated
'Waehington Is Indebted during th winter sea-
on jot many cnoeace or us taste and culture.
Thb tweaty-tecood thahksglrlng anniversary
of OtSaee church (Episcopal) wu celebrated very
pleadaauy en Thursday night at th house of th
reefcjr Her. Dr. IMmead, where by Invitation
th rtiagregaUon, old and young, were aaaemhied.
A a la ean of uniting a congregation in a cor
dial family relation nothing ooutd trta more
ffcally than meeting Ilk that of but night,
wfct e social Intercourse, music, and atmndant
refnlahmenu made upafittlngclolngofThsnk.
Tha parlors of the Metropolitan M. E, church
went thronged wlthped on Thursday, Thanks
giving evening, the f)on of the gathering
beblf n reception Uiiirad to Ret, o. IL Tiffany,
D. O th rceDJ.ppo4nte4 putor ot th
charth,udhufiin-t their strrlvU InWaah-tngthtu-
At an early hour the guest began to
use male, and th spackm apartineau wsr
eooni filled Wlrh hrlght uut happy faces. The
rererned Doctor and his ereompilthed wife hare
reuon to reel proud of the brtlllant and hearty re
ception with whkh they hsv been greeted.
Among thoae present w nrtted many face well
known lu Waahlngton and to the country at
large, At a later hour an eirgant supper, which
had leen provided by the ladles of the church.
wu served, anil the remainder of the evening
wu spent in pleasant conversation.
An event which for weeks hu agitated the
on the dsy after the election, he wrote the card
annoaoclng his resumption of the eUtorlal
charge of the TVAWim. Hi sleeplessneu wu
known to have become greatly worse; but for
years he had suffered more or leu from tbe same
tiimcuity, end, u la now clear, a sufficient allow
ance had not been made for the Intense strain
upon him throughout the summer, and especially
during tbe Ian month of his wife's Illness.
not It aoon became, evident that ha strenath
wunnequsl to the hard tuk to which he set
himself. Ho wrote only three or four cartful ar
ticles, none of them half a column In length.
The most notable, perhaps, wu that entitled
MConcluslons,M wherein he summed op his views
oi idc canvass, id an, no wroie icaa .nan i area
and a half columns after his return, contributing
to only four issue ef th pper. Two or three
time he handed hi assistant abort articles uy-
nr, "mere is an fiu worm using, out i nave not
felt able to work It uut properly ; you had better
put It In shape."
At i.ft,im luwtjiiN lain inat., no "n
doned the effort tn riii tha office regularly, and
sent for th family physician ol A, J. Johnson,
a inri"! wimwuom no wu gacai,aixi in nnvn
house his wife had died.
Every eflort wu msd to Induce sleep, but he
grew steadily worse until It became evl lent that
his cau wu worse. Dr. Ueorve H. Ctaoate and
others were called In consultation, and finally It
was oecvicxi o iskb mm to it. cnoaien resi
dence, two or three milea distant from Mr.
Greeley's own country home at Chappao.ua.
Here hn recelvnd nnlnlermiitinir attention.
Dr. Brown and others were called in consulta
tion, luaomonlahad developed into Inflamatlon
of the brain. Under this he venerated patient
rapidly mint. At times he wu delirious, at other
times u rlesr-hesded m ever. Us lost strength
with startling rapidity, and In a few davs the
possibility of his speedy death forced Itself Into
unwilling recognition. It wu not, however,
until Thursday lut that hi assoclatea and family
brought themselves to admit It; and even then
they still clung to hi faith In the vigor of his
constitution. On Wednesday night he fstled
very rapi'iiy; inursiisy aticrnoon an i evening
he seemed somewhat euler.
During th night he slept well, muttering oc
casionally, and frequently raising hla fight hand.
loweni" morning no was mote quiet, ana ur
tweenaand t of!. fell Into an unconscious
condition, which continued, with some Intervals,
tl mo ah Uim dav. Ha made occasional excla
mations, but many of them. In consequence of
his extreme weakneu and apparent inability to
uninn wn no ucxan, wvrvoininvriuxioio, ai
noon, however, he said unite distinctly, and with
some force: I know that my Bedeeroer liveth."
Dunns the day be recognised varum weonie.
hla rtaeirwer aaaar tlaaaa, and tha. mat&lMr of
his household at Chappaynia, Mr. John 1L Stuart
and Mr. Held.
On th who!, he suffered little, and Beamed to
have no more than th ordinary restlessness
which Bnootapenie the lut stag or disease.
During th day his extremities wer cold, and
there wu no pubie at the wrist, and the action or
the heart wu verr Intermit tent and constantly
lie nau not uxea lor water or been wunng to
drink It since his stay at Dr. Choate's, but during
Friday he asked for It frequently, up to within
halt an hour of tbs end he meal tested In various
wsys his consclousueM of what was going on
around him, and even answered in monosyllables
and intelligently questions addressed to him.
About half-put three be uld very dlttlnctly,
"It la done," and, beyond the briefest answers to
ousatlona. this wu his lut utterance.
HU youngest dsoghter. Mis Oabrielle, wu
with him through Thursday evening. Through
out Friday the elder daughter, Mia Ida, wu In
constant attendance, u she had been doling the
whole of bla Illness, and of Mrs. Greeley's before
him. The other members of bis Cnsppaqua
science or affection could suggest was wsntlng
to mi his last honra.
A wintry night bail fairly set In when th Inevi
table hour came. V Uhout ths sleighs wer run
ning to and fro, baring to Chappaqua, the
nearest leiegrBpu Btauou, too laaeat uuiicuiia,
which thousands nf anxious hearts In the cltv
neaM)y, kept demanding. Within, tho daughter
and a few others stood near the dying nun, who
remained consclons and seemingly rational and
free from pain, though now too week to speak.
in me enjoining room sat one or two more
TIIIBKMi MIIIP tKNTILATtllt.
AI.AHM, ANI niMIK TOIP.
(rrora the Wetter THIty Mercury, tlyraonth, Eur .
""ri now, a, ia
How to rid a ship or It nexvin hltv water,
and how lo pro-luce thorough vcntilatiowlhrougn
a ahleaienueatlofu which have exerclwH inre
nlous minda ahnnrt sine the day of the first
ship, but hitherto the remedies for the evil hat
heeii unreliable an I Ineffective, Now. however,
the problems seems to hsre been solved In a
manner lost cntiiinneathemaklmnm of effective
nrsa and the minimum of spare and coat. Th"
credit of havlngarxompJahadlnN useful end I
dae lo one Thiers, a native or New Orleans, a
surgeon by profe-akm. snd nf French extraction,
the au ggvat Ion Imlng that he Itelonga to the aam
family as th I'reaBent nf Franc. n that a It
may, the fame of Irelng the Inventor of thla nioel
valuable apparatus redound more to the credit
than any mere accidental association with a hi.
torto name. The chief result of Mr. Thiers' In
venUon were noticed m the jferevryof Mon.1i-,
In connection with It trial aa applied to Her
Majesty's ilispakb vessel igiiant. The mal
gave the utmost uthfactlon, but that the plan
might be stm better known a second trial wu
arras fed yesterday.
Accordingly General Boitiley, of the Amerlran
army, tbe representative or th" Inventor, lr.
Itow, Mr. W. p. Moore, ehlplmllder, le , lly.
mouth; Dr. Thorn, Itoyaj Altwrt llotplui, lisvon.
ponj Mr, Dugsaiil, ehlnowner, Plymouth; Mr.
Cr BearMack, itovonport; and several other en
tlemen Interested In the mstter, wereronveyed
In ths gunboat, Whiting, from Kryhsm to the
vigilant, which Uy to the Srand. On board tbe
spleBdld dispatch veel were Admiral, tha Hon,
MrUanry Keppel.G. C.JUthe clmnkndictn.
Chief; Uear-Ail in tral flir WUliam Klag Halt, K,
C IV Sopertntendchl Dvonu5rtipckyari; L-bsa.
Peliewea. C. B, enrnmandiag tswi.eao Itts-rveT
Mr. A. Moore, uasterhlpwrlght; Dr. sadera.
wt uuLiitnii Mr, it, it. uaruin, riuci ism
hlrher rlrrte nf Washfnvtnn inriMr was rvin.
SO far U any Of hla USOCtSteS knew, Mr. Gree- BnmtnatMlTbankartTlnirvenlahthniapria-
ley wu In almost u good health as usual whea, 0 a rauch-eiUe mad cltlun of this lly, and one
ofourmoat active yonag merchants, Mr. Jamea
r. w uiett, aivi him Laura welch, one of Us
fairest and most gentle of Georgetown's belles.
The solemn and heautltul Episcopal wedding
ceremony wu penormed ny iter. or. wmisms.
at Christ church, and In the presence of friends
so numerous that every pew wu oiled, and all
available standing room. The groomsmen were
Mr.Kobert Wlllett, u, w. Howard, and Kdward
Nourse; and th bddeamakU Miss Oertl Welch,
Mlu Ella Stephenson, and MUa Fanul Welch.
Tbe bridesmabls'dresse were of white tartetaa,
and utln basques, whose several colors were
green, blue and pink, while the bride herself
wore a heavy white gros irrain silk, trimmed with
point lace, and her veil of Illusion, bat half con.
concealed with th richest ornaments of pearl and
gold. The usher at the church, Meear. rhlllp
Berry, HMgeley MeBtalr, W. McKimme, It. Buff,
and Irvln Aanby, neatly and gracefully executed
their delicate duties. Artec the brilliant scene at
the church a reception wu given at the residence
of Mr. James 8. Welch, the generous father of
the bride. AU the richly dreased guest congrat
ulated the happy pair, and then found In the Urge
dining rooms " marriage feast" combining all
th fond and fruit and wines that fancy could
Imagine or appetite desire. The wedding pres
ents to th brtd wer costly, numerous and beau
tiful, and wer greatly admired by all present
After the reception, Mr. and Mrs. Wlllett took
the ulght train for a Northern tour, and with
them th kindest trenlsoos of a host of sincerely
THE CITY AND DEPARTMENTS.
The Civil Hcrvlee Ualea.
It U reported that some of th provisions of
the existing rule are to be revised, ami that the
riirors of the competitive features are to be re
lUeskaa Claim CawtawlaaUa.
A new treaty hu been signed by the Secretary
of BUt and the Mexican Minister, ex ten ling
lh duration of the above commission for two
years irom renruary neai.
Euanlaallea ef the Treaaaury Area ale.
Th senate Commute on Appropriation are
examining th account and vouchers of the
TreuuryDprtTneat7f lperf upon the uutdeei
i - a, .
Colonel Itlcbard N. Bowermtn, a gallant com
mender of Maryland regiment during the war,
hu been pardoned and released from the re
mainiterof hlaaentancefor emttexilln Govern
ment f umU while an officer of the Baltimore cus
Interval Heveaao Kail Mate.
The Internal Revenue bureau estimates the
receipts of the year ending next Jane, at 1103,
oootooo, of which $31,000,000 is from distilled
spirits, 933,000,000 from tobacco, $7,oofl,OM from
fermented liquors, ISOoO,ooo from matches and
bank checks, and the rest from miscellaneous
Heme New War Claim.
A movement has been suited to bring before
Congress the equitable claims of th cities of
Hsgentown and Frederick, Maryland, and the
city of York. Pennsylvania, for reimbursement
fifth ransoms paid by them, respectively, of
t30,oon, $100,000 and ttoaooo to the Confederate
army during the Pennsylvania lavaeloa of 183.
Army Uccrnlllag far 18T3.
The Ust recruiting order warns recruiting offi
cer from enlisting minors or lot srior men; directs
all recruiting officer to enlist roruefourooioreo
reftlmenu. In addition to the offloer specially
deulled for tbe colored organiutious, and oon
tlnuMtb engineer corp recruiting service un
der th special management of th thief of the
the bedside. The great editor wu gon In peace,
after so many struggles, in honor, after o much
ACTION OK Till! HOARD YEBTBHIJAV.
The proposition of Mr, G. Yanderwerken to
furnish the underpinning of the Georgetown
market-hooie hu been accepted.
BXTKXIIOM OF A exWKR.
The contract of the Evans Concrete Company
a-avetm-ststrenmh to the Presidential canvau wu amended eo u to extend the aewerlnKlsh
in favor of John C Fremont, and, after exerting teenth atreet from the north to the south side of
11 hla Inflneuca a (rains t tha nomination of I "" iwtiuuut,
William II. Beward for the Presidency at Chi
cago, gave his time and strength to th election
of Abraham Lincoln, whom h again supported
In IMt. II wu a powerful friend of President
Grant In the Presidential battle of 1845a, This
year be went into tbe liberal movement Inaugu
rated by tknurx, reniou, trumuuu, anu nmuuvr.
At Cincinnati be received th nomination of a
corrupt combination for President, and at the
Democratic convention, neui at uaiumore, ne
wu again nominated u the standard-bearer of a
f lost cause." Th result are too rrein m mo
memory of all to even require allusion.
In ism he wu married to miss uieney, oi
North Carolina, with whose wueiy companion'
Bblpaudhivebe wu infinitely happy, and wu
Mussed w 1th an Interesting fjiuliy, bbo died on
the Both dsy of last October, and now, in lust
thirty dsya from ber death, he bu Joined her lu
the laud of Immortal lov and life and hope. It
Is winter here It Is summer there. Here the
violets are faded there they are In richest
bloom. Here he heard every harsh, discordant
note there he will neartne peaceful aim ever
harmonious song of the redeemed. But while
hi body is yet unburted one cannot help being
reniinJcd or a sinking sentence wi ma i nut
Iteoellectluna of a Busy life."
"Fejn. la a vapor.
hiwlmr a accident
Tber i nothing aura but obUTion.M
(lly Aweelaled Prrae.(
New Year, Nov. n, 9 p, m. The iyidum is
sue the following bulletin 1
Mr. Greeley died very quietly and without pain
at M this evening. II wu utniolous and ra
tlonal, ooMuumi or tub vbw tone raxss.
The TWbuMto-oiorrowssyti Th uielenuboiy
death uf the edltuk-aud founder of lha Tidrune,
though for a few days H has been expected by
bta 1 amity aial lot boat Lleads, falls upon us
with all the shock of a sudden caUiultv. lie bad
reachsd, ludood, a Up old Ago. but that had not
Uld (ft withering touch upon him, uu spivndld
Mr. B, Buruatlne' petition for the exteualon of
tbe water main to hla premise wu denied for
the present, for the reason that be has a spring
and pump near them.
The tontraul of I. Uudnell wu extended so al
to include the grade of D street from Twelfth to
Fourteenth street northwest, the earth to be usd
In filling up Thirteen-and-a-half street.
Tltl Oil COMTANT.
The sltenttou of tbe gu company wu called
to the fact of a stoppage lu the gu main on Third
street, from Mrglnla avenue to Georgia avenue
southeast, giving rt to much complaint about
lh lack of light in that locality.
at ma own IXPBNSK.
Mr. J. F. Sullivan, In reply to hi request to
know by whom the lou In square No. To, fronting
on Twenty-first alraeti, lietween K aad L atreet,
are to lie nilod, was luformod that be would be
cxpctieo, ui uo toai woia, sua at ma own ex
pense. NHS. if xt UOtSB.
Mrs. Fanny P. Lee wai Informed that the chief
engineer reports that her house on Sixth street,
between K and L streets northesst, wss built on
the low ground before the street wu (Traded, so
mm mo itoaru no not leci uouer auj oougauons
to raise it.
In reply to a letter or Mr. George W. Biggs,
relative lo the assessment for IniprovemcnU tn
front or hU promises, he wu informed that h U
entitled to a Certain itrawuack, and that the blue
stone on the street (I northwest) bu been cred
Ited to the general account of the enure street,
T.mwj uAif a,l
Tbe water registrar wunotifled lhat all per
mtu 10 tsp me yo-incn main on u street north,
the 3e-lnoh: main, and th rails of the Washing
ton aquetlvictmuBtisiu frout th onto uf Oene
ral nbcock, eugiuser of th wuhlugtou aqu
duct. He was also instructed to revoke all per
mlu signed by him for ths upping of said main.
The Depart meat Solicit era,
The AttorneyaJeneral recommend that the
solicitor of tbe Treasury and mvj Departments,
Examiner nf Claim at th But Department and
tha Solicitor of Internal Revenue be releued
from their nominal attachment to the Department '
of Justice, u the heads of their respective de
partments cannot dispenu with their immediate
presence, and the Department of Justice cannot
exercise supervision over their official buslneu
while they are scattered through various depart
ments. Deautr'aad Back Pay Hwladllaa.
In February last It wu dUcovered by the
Second Auditor ef the Treuury that on Dr
George C. Benjamin, of Cincinnati, wu en
gaged In preparing and filing frandulebt papers
to defraud the Government. A cue was Imme
diately prparca anu piaccu in mo nanus 01 me
United suies attorney for hi prosecution, and a
bill of Indictment wu found against Benjamin;
bat before h warrant could be served he fled the
HUie, anu WU not apprrucnnnt nniu tnrcc
ii arm. whan ha was fonnd In IllinolB (tree
tlclng medicine. Benjamin wu indicted under
the act of April IB, lmrf, the Indictment covering
fourteen count, and Thursday last wu convicted
ou every vuuuw
Army and Nary tin act! e.
The resltnatlon of CapUIn WUUam WsUon
Webb, of the Fourth cavalry, who entered that
regiment from civil life In May, IMt, u a second
lieutenant, hu been accepted, to date from the
1st of May next.
. ,-..h. . II 111. tm .I.mJ .. IK. IFWaIIj..
uruieuaui b. n. iiiif.mi -i w " nimi,
IJen tenant George W. Coster, detached from the
iaiif(rntaind nlaced on waitlni orders: Enslrn
Boynton Leach, detached from the Nsvsl Acade
my and ordered to the Frolic; Midshipman II. C
Nye, M. C, Dlmrork and C ILlUchman, detached
fnrm the Naval Academy and ordered to the
Tha Wvomlnr. surew-stesmer. six cuns. ar
rived at Norfolk on Wednesday, on tbe way to
a hoard nf naval offli era. t ouslstln of Commo
dore 8, D. Trenrhard, Chief Enirlneer Wood and
Naval uonairucior Mucn, win ue in session acre
several dsys, examining into the condition of
various vessels of tbe navy, with a view of re
porting to tbe SecreUry as to what vessels are
nt far naval BervloeL
The sentence of Cant. Tho. II. Stevens, who
wu suspcnoeii imra raux tor tame years in con
sequence of tbe lou of the Ouerrter In the
Mediterranean over a year agu, has been re
voked, and he la restored to hi position at the
head of the list of captain. The principal rea
son for th revocation of the sentence U the
valuable aervloea of Capt. Bteveua during the
rebellion. Hi suspension hu coat htm three
chance for promjUta to the rank of commo
dore. ' ' al
When Hie Mikado first appeared lu the
people in Yeddo no on bolleted itwu he
No Indeed, they said, our Mikado It ngod
ha axlita. but cannot be seen br our eves.
V.Z. 1 ".. . T - . 7 17'
vdt, sucaatniagnunever becnoxaraox u
lard: Mr. G. (I. Itardln. rkier laanauv
tor ef msyhlnery afloat: Commander J. K Stoke,
11. M.n. loiius; man iominsuiier n aita, otesm
lie serve. c
Anything more simple an I effiiarloua caanot
be conrelveil in ronnectlon with so important a
work; lis seU-aeilojrptlnnples; the nourllaitUly
of It getting out of unler; and IU adaptability
to any ship are notnU which at once recommend
Itto the practical and experienced mind. The
roll of the ship, which Is so dlugreeaiil to bon
sai lor folk, ta utilised In a remarkable degree,
and mnin to supply the motive power. As htlod
to the vigilant the ventilator consist of two
metal apright air-tight chambers or cylinder mi
the upper deck, on on either side under the
hrfcbre, and about the hulk of a good-alaed man.
Thea cylinders, railed pump, are tilled about
one-third with water, and taey are connected
by a borixonUl pipe running un ler tho
deck With one a nip com man lea tea with
th engine-rootn, and from th other apfpo run
down to tb lowest part of th ship. The wster
lathe cistern ecu as a fluid piston: when the
alp roll the water, tn fading iu own level in
win cuaiuoer on ine ue press, i hoc, create t a
vscanm In the chamber on the opposite side.
This vacuum I at once filled by the foul air rush-,
ing through the pipe, the mouth of which U In
the lower part of the ship, on the return roll
tbe water rushes teek into the cistern and forree
the foul air uut through a pipe on the bridge. In
cue of fogaboro Isatuchedtotheplpethrongh
which the foul air I forced, and a very good fog
signal U produced. Vthea net wanted for thi
purpoae, me rout air 1 witst-m on unncr mo
whsel-house. The iHlre-cumn I precisely on the
same principle u the ventiUtor, but here tbe
chambers (which are much smaller) and the nor
lxoatalronnectlng-plpe are supplied with mer
cury, which, trclng heat ler than water, drive it
out u In the ventilator water doe the foul air.
Th pipe are furnished with check valve to
prevent the return of the air and water. Tho
efficiency of the- apparatus and its excellent
self-acting properties were thoroughly tested
yesterday, aud ft I divulging no new secret Lu
saying that the authorities, who have been moat
courteous In the matter, are fully satis fled with
tbe result, and will report without any qoallfl
Cation in tu favor. The ilguaat wu Uken
about a mile ouuide the Breakwater, and placed
beam on to the moderately heavy STounf-awell
that wu running. Thi gave a nutxuiium roll of
1 degree tu port, and to starboard, with la"
roll per minute. The whole affair worked moat
admirably; th ventilator brought up a faint
painty air frotu below: the pnrap I rough t up the
black, foul, noxious liquid from tbe bilge; and
lbs fog-horn gave forth a sound of much vol
ume. A roll of 1 degree will work the ventila
tor, and of 4 will effectually pump the bilge. If
there Is no water to come the foul gases are
pumped away, so utlsfled were tbe authorities
with thla trial that It wu not thought necessary
to go further out to gel the beneiltof e'grraW
roll, and the vigilant at once steamed back to
Although only Invented a Utile ov r twelve
months the veutlUtor and pump bave teen ap-
RUed to all the ship lathe Ametlcan navy, aud
ruin th officers there come lmt one oMUlwn,
and that of unqualified praise. Several ship of
th Russian pvy are lilted with them, and
France, lTusraml other nations hate promised
to Uk them up. yJhhae trial with th Vigilant
were ordered by in snmlralty, ami u there can
belittle or no douhfof the favorable report of
th authorities hep their appucaUoa to the
British navy U ""n'rT will be especUlly
valuable t a sOrryTTg WlHi-fraMi air, and keeping
aweet the iron dads, the tnvl ventilation of whkh
U the source of great compUinU. In a MBUary
point of view the Invention U au important one,
specially in conuecttou with snip uf the navy
and emigrant ship and in keeping fruit cargoea
wholesome, and preventing th beating of grain
and lha dry rottine of other cartroes on lonir vov-
sge It hu very treat commercial value. Tbe
following sutement of what U particuUriy
claimed for thU Invention In the most modest
manner makes known lu best polnu:
L That by and through the application ami
operation of this new aud original mechanical
adepUllon and device all sea going ship or
steam vessels, of whst kind soever, are made
continuously and ceaselessly, while at sea, to itu-
piace, tnrougn ine reciprocating motion 01 a uum
piston of water, operated by the motion of tbe
vessel, u hereinafter described, all tha Impure,
mephltlo vapor, or bllre air, accumulating to the
hold of the vesaeL Moreover, by a tuoditlcauoa
of th asm prooea,and through the agency ot a
fluid piston of mercury, th rolling and pitching
motion of the vessel U In tike manner economized
u a motor to pump out all water from ordinary
leakage u fut u It may enter the vessel, and
that la plac ot water, when none Is present from
leskag In th vessel, a continuous current of
Impure or M bilge sir I removed, forming there
by the mot perfect and positive procea of ship
ventUatlon ever hitherto devtaeu, invented, or
discovered' and moreover that, without addi
tional expense or mechanical deutLan efflcteut
ship alarm Is continuously operate I, when re
quired, so u to b heard at a dutauce uf miles.
annng a log.
the onerauon of tht Invention U
BoaiUvclr a atom alio or ulf-acttnff devitid of
any machinery involving a friction of solids
occupying comparatively no apace in any sea
vessel required for other purposes; moreover,
that II Imnerta additional strength to any vessel
to which it U attaohed, and U lu no manner liable
to get out ot repair. It can be adapted to a ves
sel at nominal expense compared with lu labor
saving anu sanitary vaiue, in a very snort nine,
whll the vessel U In port discharging cargo or
line- niaeM in aim v ror renairs.
11L Thai the admitted cause of the "dry rot,"
constitution easily bor. the strain ot enormous I cjtug woix. theVllkado logo about iheatreeU. The son
laior. Uls niludwu u fresh and stroug aud TheenergcUqoDjitiv4ra,Mur. CranfordJ. Df Heaven walk! nouseuse, I know bet
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thei-cooidsgf. lhop4C,eiit,,rUU re written, irae-honorelseatof learuliighad no less than suggestive u in tae pnme 01 uio. . rri,'-aUtfc Vl v - .J . ' Vt w.r And even wnen oieaiajeeiy went lor a
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"''"""' v-. .--. .-. ....,.- -- 0 th. present month thv receivaJ an nnter T7: raT.'; T-1 TaTV. rVlTr.V"-." V?
naignwblchhu lost closed his phyilc.1 vlaor, from thi .iorJnfiMhtifiati;;Anaftr.iTa uiuionn,nau rrencn anu unii or otuer 101-
bis Uct, bit Intellectual ac'hlty sunrised even I tbbottspavemeitJ, about two thoimnd yards, I fl-i mixture of cloihlnc. And the people b-
i,u..i,.t..iiiM . .. , an.t a. ..i ...,ni.. which has been don In a ninat anillilnna an.l i 'lVd him tOhSTU been . SDt bT the JllklluO.
tun? nuw Kuan cuut vvi. aaiw iuitu iu yiuiuuv i - ",,," TV" r'JJr ... T. . r .-. v i - - - ,.-. I li t a, l . . v.-
vrcuuauiv tuauiicr, ah ids previous irouw IU t uut aa iw ilui iwrviuu-iuuaiiui uvtuie tv wv
ha, n.lnhl.nrhn.1 r, a .., ha .. k ..k.l..a.a .a,. (.. .a... .kT. a,".. I
rauaotmenoi mo iruuc uuuiB-uanict.ji.jji --- :rw7,,ft..iivrnoflC; rnntnnYflifti there
Uk bight 1 ruk ntonc lWhVrSrW,3 wu tVa'rlnoe tJe
nstr toi th fair tamo of tho inerihanU et W:iV-rtnntainfloflowiiiharaiiaij. IcaVmira nLt
1 Intw uf BH00
Tut chieVeni lrt Hamilton county. OWo, In
tha MUolty of the vlacca where tn hon
tUscitiQ cxiitcJ, nro djtng rapidly. Tb hogs
the loei ot fifty from tho diseue, wUrh be at
tributes to their rootlaj nVot) ithblfi coa
, fining ilelt ttort.
.000, whleh will have to be raised to
rebuild. But thU U not the most of tb crobar
raaament. Thea propenio yielded from their
rental 938,000 of tho annual income of the cow
leg. 1 us u now cot off, al a tun when, even
.(in all that income, tha tacnlts had been Obllced
to practice th closest ecoDOum and beaideaius.
the university will hav ta tusoharg 913,000 ot ,
extraordinary expeuaes La tnjtuaac and taxu
ViVUgu va vj in 1.11
eliu mlxtnre of cloihlng. And the people be
seemed to proiuUo , waicn us ueen aon in a most expeditious and 1 'iru uuu tooavu on . xu. wy tue j,
manrvursof usefulness. It Is certain that no creuiiauw manner. All th prrPu trouU In DUt at to tnai loreign-iookioff Mini
!t?r nf 'Ihi finest' EmX Mtti fiSS n.Jo.fai lh" "e'jihborhoodwused by n.ih and the lack of their Mikado, that they never biWd
history 01 lh mot eru.cai period la oar nauouat ) prcpei drainare will now be at an eoJ If other M
iue cau o wntwuta wnica Horace urertcjenau auwsoi ine city weienanieain tue a-ta man . iiamii man ti. n. .ml ni . uh.i
in hu eye wu that wutcn 1 given up to otnet cr0waOd wltli the poor people should always, for other, lie thought h had th cow, but at the
want. Tn successful life wu that which is the sate of hesitn, be kept clean aud pure, u vnd of the first hull mill bza.O to euict
went eel In coniust with wrong and woe. The I dutasts usnuiy coatwehoe a tbssf piaA, Lie eo w bad lilui. - 1
or decaying of the timber In vessels, U fully 00
vUtedbytnl process an Item of much impor
tance to all veasela constructed of wood.
IV. That tha motive or operative power of thi
Invention U wholly obtained by economizing tbo
nndulatorr and rolling motion of tbe vessel,
(wholly different from slphonlo" efforts hereto
fore at tempted J moreover, that the same 1
equally durable with tbe most aubsUutlal nsvsl
structure, and can only cease to operaU when
tbe veasel U in a aute of positive rest.
V. That u a unitary exigency la all Govern
ment vessels and passenger-carrying shins, and
and u a laoor-aavlng expedient In all vessels or
th mercantile marine, paraphrase U deemed un
necessary: and tnumucb u through the applica
tion of this Invention grain can be eblnpod 011
long voyagea without the risk of heatiug, thu
vessel prevented from the Mry rot" and all ordi
nary cause of spontaneous combustion In car
goes avoided, and the ravage of tuallguaut lu
cue prevented in emigrant shins bra consUut
influx of pure air, It U contended lhat to every
nation on the globe possessing a navy or mer
chant vessel that this invention unit need
tlaim paramount importance to every oth-r.
Itepen ef the Army Uerrau.
Tbe Inspector General nrgea tha early adoption
by Congress of tbe new army regulations. In place
of tbe present compilation, which U old, compli
cated and inefficient. He recommends a uniform
system of cavalry tactics, and batter material
and fabrication in the future armr uniform. II i
reports the tone and discipline til tho armr,
compose t of 9,100 officers and s,ooj men, u oou
The pay depai tment dUbursei about 9 ll,ooo,0ut
a year. The new Itw allowing soldier to deposit
fiarta of their monthly pay till finally disc barged,
reported M working well. The weekly torn
rertson of psymutera' reports of haltuces with
he reports of the deposiurles ot public f urnls U
an effectual check upon error and IrrrsuUrules
The or (nance department hu been mainly 00
cupledwith expcrinienu upon breec h-loa Itug
cannon, and the fabrication of small lota of
breech-loading small arms for trial In service
Whenever anocino modeU of lAunoii. irur-car-
riagea. and breech-loaders have been a lopteiL
tie leutruntnt wilt bejr'parwl to fabricate
foe quartermaster's department spent twehe
and a halt million autism, au I umght 3.3TT
horses and to mules, Too.ooo bushel of corn,
toO.000 busheU of oats, i;o,ooo busheU or barlej,
dAOuo tons of hay, t,wo tons ot straw.
ie,UOU COrUS OI WUUU. BUI! s-a,vuu IVU U uai
daring the year. Clothing to the amount of
tl,aoo,uw was sold, and new clothing valued at
tMT.uuo was supplied to 'he snuy ltitlroi I
transportation cont 91.3wiomi. water trernpone
tlon tdM,oo, wagon trausporiation ti,lw,(iotit aud
stage trsosportsUon about forty-tiiuetboj)ani
dollarr The oolleotlons from the lodebtet
Southira railroad were 1111,000, and lt,tn,w
are auil due, of which about ti30,ww are covered
by services rendered in transporting mails aad
O rrernmeut freight.
The Judge Alvoeate General report thfct hi
has revised the proceeding of IT.SM military
trial. He recommends the prescription ot uni
form punUhment for specific crimes and the es
tablishment of military prisons,
Ttrx crxauw nnoatnoy.
It la explained lu dtUnceot th late action of
tbeUennan Uorernmettt respecting m!grattou
from Germany that there I now a scarcity or
labor In th rural districts, and thst whit no ob
stacles are put in tie way of intending amtgrtn.
. i&eUovarntnent tunno tourer consistency at
skt them to leave th country by trananorutiou
lUtheeeaboardatlowrate. Iu aid of the eattb
lllhmeul ot Qernitn ulllemsnts In Africa spet 11
isauiuti ax luq glTordiit te immigratloa U that