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THE DAILY NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. MONDAY. DECEMBER 30, 1872.
Rational Republican
W J MURTAOU
Editor and Proprietor
Lnrvoat Circulation of An
Morning laior In tlio IM.
trlot r Ocilitmltlti
PUBLISHED EVERT MORNINI
(Sundays escepted)
DY W J MUttTAOU
Nrrtheaat corner of Tenth end D etreeta,
trroatltw Pennsylvania eveone,)
end Is forolehed to sabecrlbers (by carriers) en
tente per month.
Mail subscribers, . per year fioo for at
mouths, and fiw for three moutha. Invariably li
advance
RATES OF ADVERTISING
Twenty five eents per line Adrertieementa nn la
I h he I of Tor Bala or Rent " "W anted," "Loat am
r win 1," and "reraonal." twelve aud a half cent pei
'" .THE WELKI Y REPUBLICAN
tpn111-hed every Saturday momlutr and la fur
nlebod lo eub-crtbera at tbe follow-In rates On
r py ou rear (3 three roj lea pus year, W te
copies one juar U alnirl ctjlft, In wrappers
ccuta.
Iff All cotiiiiiiiuicalh na, whether n bualneaa u
f r pill Hcatton should I ad lreaaod In V fct J Mm
Tou rTorrletrNtloJiL lUriaucay Waablnti
Inn D l
nlnr Hear at I he VI all) Haae.
Jutting f At riUr, in ontrr to fneilitt$ b4inf
fominybthriMinti$pn'thaipoi1bltttSirtti6tt
will, from ten ta ttrttrt elek tnrh da, m
tft Svn Mjr, rrtirt Stnatnn tiitd Rfprtuntatttf
amtfromttetlM tel-ek hi tl tv-Q encA nfttrnoot
trffft TurmJf9 rtrij fnJfljw, nkm,Cbinet mrti((
tijr htltt kt vdt rtetictbg Mr-f Tht btttnn
bnvrt of htifte$wiltbf ittmttnorlotk . tn. I
(Ararfork. tn.
OLR AtlLNTH.
The ngenta for the National KsriDLiCA
he twain now and the 1st of January 1873
will call upon all loililtcd to ihemfurtur
poses of seitlcmenL It Is as dislrable fo
I hem as for those Indebted that alt account
for the past year should be closed up, an
that the new ones should commence with lb
new year Patrons of the National Rcfib
lica ere earnestly reiucvtel to give thl
matter a tnotmots attention, for It wll
greatly conduce to the Interests and coove
elence of all concerned
NM VnAU'H lti;ti:iTIONH.
edncrday morning- New Year a day wt
shall J uUUh, as far as wo arc able to verlf
Ita truth, a complete list of those who pro
pose to rcccUe on that day In the mean
time we suggest lo our friends the proprlet
of giving nj, oi er their own signatures, thel
uamea, residences and the namoa of thom
who will receive with them By so dolm
nnfuslon will bo a olJod aud a positive tenc
lt conferred upon those who will make tht
alls The lists publUhed up to this time are
Ithout doubt. Incorrect, and w e desire to di
ao Injustice as well as make no tnUtaki
Tni nwisTMiY with which theabaorpiioi
if the lelegrarb system by toe I osl Office De
partment la puatiedl remarkable, in view of tht
art that whatever expresaion of publleoplnioi
here baa leen about it in the pul tic Journal b
r the most part lgalnnt it, and emphalicallj
so "
It la strange how a ajer prctendiag to an)
respectability and veracity can make a state
ifccnt ao grestly untrue as the above, whlib h
laken from the Baltimore Amu ef Saturday
Outside of tho ten or twelve papers that an
directly concerned In the ierpetuatlon of th
Associated Press monopoly the expressloi
of public opinion" has been emphatically lt
favor of the adoption of the system Araoni
the journal that hae declared for It are tb
Philadelphia A orih American, the New Or
leans Republican, the St. Louis Olobt, the Bos
ton Globe, the San Franelacb Pott, the Bostoi
Thnff, the New York Mail, the Harrlsburg
fitate Journal, the Chicago Inter-Ocean, tht
1 hiladelphla UuLetin, the Philadelphia btai
and forty or fifty other papers lu various
sections of the country
OEOr TBS TATOKITB AROlllEITIOf thl
opponents of tho postal tclcgraU system b
that the Qovcrnmcut cannot iterform the
lerrlco as well as prUate parties Tlio Phila
delphia ort American answers tlilsolni
ae follows
" Among the absunl extremes Into whkh the
t pponenu or the postal telegraph run In arguing
ajrilaat governmental charge of auch things
nothing la more characteristic than the aasertion
that th poata) aarrtoa IimII la rvaii; no part oi
the proper bualneae of the Oovernment, and
could be better performed by private or corpo
rate arrangements Our civilisation Is distinc
tively European, not Aalatlc and there Is not a
country In Europe where the postal aervlce U
not an established Government function. A
regards experience therefore, the argument!
ao entirely agaliut the tnemlea of the ayaleni
that they must Ignore the European hasle of ou
rlYiluatlon tn order to attack the service Ti
assert, as some do, that It is not tn the nature oi
our Government to do anything efficiently o
economically is to deny the whole record of th
public aenrlie Lnttl the Government aaaumeu
the control of the overland route murder rot
lwry an I outragea of every description cbara
irnrr i ii iiiennoic roua wn iireweo wiin
skeletons aud graves and abandoned wagons
No mails were carrtel 1 v tho Private enterurta
imueh talked of until it was dune by contrail
wiib the Uoerunient and the Government pro
tected the mail roaches anl route Nor can
ihercwell tm imagine I a-cheapcr poatal service
ininuanottr pucn mn imnifuwi srea oi lem
t rv Our (Joverument. with all Its fsuiu. li
IwthecouomlvUauI etncUut Inmost of Its de
partments n
Mr AtiXAfDZA 11 8t Bin asa has been
making an address to the Legislature and
cltlzeus of GeorLia on tulnLs iu general in
duding the lsto war, star cry tho Cincinnati
I laliorm, tho Loulslaua troubles, and ol
t-cuirse, tlio Constltulluu He declares that
ho believes, uul cicr shall bcllctc that the
leconstrurtlon laws are uuconiiltuiluual tnt
that they must be obeyed while they are on
the statute book, and fought, If fought at all.
lu tho court i which Is not badadtlec
to Liberalism, he ' trusts that it has bteu laid
away under the tomb forever, among the
dead Issues, and t urlcd so deep that the hand
i f resurrection can ncwr reach It, to which
fen en t rayer the majority i f the forty rail
Ikons will say "Amen
But In Mr Stcphcus (luluntbe Coustitu
lion Is still In danger It elwaj U In his ea
tlmatlon, and wo hato no doubt it alnays
wllllfoaa long as tho dour old LintUman
tiibls Now that lacry L no more ant tc-
i- slou as a remedy against Federal agrcs
Ion abandoned howtuld like to hate n
grand rally of all tho States from Maine lu
California and from tho lakes to tho Gulf for
the rcscuo and pcrpctuatlou of the loinmon
liberties t all c llko tbe ldcatf the
grand rally But how can It bo started?
Wo hare studied tho thing a good deal aud
come to tho conclusion that tho beat way to
teglu it is fur Mr Stej hens to follow Ser
L,eaut Bates cxami lo, aud trapping the Hag
In oue hand and tho Coustltutlon and thu
oummon liberties In the othir uiakc thu
jran 1 tour of the cuiiUuent.
Tllb IKHIES OF Till, llTlltl.
During the lato camtalgu we were fre
jueully reminded especially ly tho ojpcal
tlon Journal and orators, that there was no
rial Issue before tho country that the ran
v ass was one which concerned men rather
than any vital principle One or two editors
it Is true, endeavored to comlnce the public
that the one term iriuclilo was of the
greatest Importance and maultude, but the
agitation of the question was spucdlly
drowned In the great wares of public opinion,
and tbe voices of lu advocates were unheard
lu tho storm that swept tho country long be
fore tho November elections The late Prcsl
dentlai candidate, Mr Greeley had a good
deal to say about reconciliation and jcace
and amnesty, aud made these ideas the bur
dtn of all his speeches on the memorable
slumping tour, Immediately before the Octo
ber contests. In tbe great btatesof Pcnnsvl
taala, Ohio and ludlana but these were
pushed Into the background by o erwhelmlug
popular majorities a few da) later and tbe
great tssua of the campaign, which It was
taluly attempted to Ignore, roso up Into all
IU grand projtoftlons, rii the restoration of
the Democratic party to power or the con
tlntance ol th Republican I urly In Ihe tou
trol of tbe Administration
Tbe people understood tho whole question
from tho very beginning saw K as clearly as
tbeeun In the leavens notwithstanding all
the efforts of the polliMans to blind them
and divert their attention They fully under
fcitood all the tomfoolery ai out the South all
Lciaj(rap about revenue reform aud th
pi principle and th bloody chasm
1 14-vu only Insincerity trt-arhery
Bcreat majority who had so
entry dor ng tbegrtat
aW .
cvvftj iloJ, wen
rand magna I
Imply loiolied when ft corrupt and discredit
mILm endeavored to rnnrinea them
hat there was any parly In the country lo j
aror of keeping alive the animosities and
he hatred of the civil war They knew that
he real question wae whether or not we
hoald have a rcveraal of tha policy of the
last ten years, that hae parried the conatry to
inch an uncxamplc I height of prosperity and
Advancement Tlio atttrcM of thoroalltlnn
rouM hare meant tlio death of the Vmerlcan
lyitem new floantlal experiments fraught
villi tho utmost dauper the abandonment of
he grand central Idea of one great Government
n placo of eet eu and thirty governments
rhese were tho Ideas that triumphed In the
ate campaign, and the Republican t arly wUI
ail to represent the opinion oi the country if
t ahould hesitate to cuter ai on a broader,
ilgher and a grander national career than It
las yet attempted
President Grant In hi laatanuml message,
lcarly Indicated tho leading lauce t f the
uture tbecoustrmilon of worka of Internal
mproTcment the building up of our com
uerco In eery way that It can be built up
he aabelllzlng of tteainplilp lines, that our
lag may U carried to etry ort the rcdue
lunof taxaltum tin ciHttiiraemciit of home
nluttryi tho ruiaUI-limont of a colonial
ystcm lo iii 1 1 n wili the j nidurid uf.
iiRiant market n ell a means of de
enre IhU way the fntiiru leail an 1 If the
RepjMlcau jnrly nil! hive tho vthdomto
eater upon It It years an 1 Its usefulness will
A without limit
run iikoituAMATfON or tut
nc
rUlTUKNT
A meeting of tho Clrll Service CommUtee
f the House of Representatives Is called for
ae flrat o Juestlay after tho holiday recess
iinong tbe bills before It 1 that Introduced
jstsusslon ly Mr Conner, of Michigan pro
ldlng for a general reorganization of the De
artuents In this city, and rovldlng fur au
dcrcose of lUe r mpcnsatlon of certain bu
cau officers Wo do not now remember
vhether airmUlon 1 inidu f r nn lucrcasc
tt tho cempvasillon of (he clerk, but If there
s not, It certainly sh ml I coutiln n provision
o that effect
At present ttiere arc four trades of clerk
he compensation of the first gra lo, or class,
wing twelve hundred dollars, of the second,
ourteen hundrej of tht third, sixteen nun
Ired an) of tho fonrth, rlgbtcou hunlrtd
loll am pcrntmuui It Is well known to those
smillar w ith tho l)e irtmcnts that as a geno
tlrule, tho burden of tho Oovurnmeni burl
iess fails upon tho clerks belonging to the
bird and fourth grades rticy arc dally called
ipon to examine cast Involt in,; tho payment
y the Oo erutnent of lare sums of money, re
mlringa fauilllnrlty with precedents and what
uay bu railed a hlh tcchulcal idusatlou
The chiefs of I urcau i annot, In the cry na
uro of things, cxamlno cery ca-o coming
cfore them and mutt depend on Ihe Judg
neut and discn.lt in of their sunorllualcs
The salaries paid to thcui aro cutirely out of
miportlon to the duties aud services luoy am
oiled upon to render and H?rfonn, and a
arger remuneration Is demaudod by ec,ry
Qstderatioii oi jtutt u mi i sound poiu j
When tho bii tl it It nmli- ilthirln
ongrvssor In tho iicnpapoDt tint add
doual compensation should bo allowed the
Icpartinculal clerks. It Is the fanhlou to )olnt
a leading business establishment anl com
pare the salaries paid by them with ihono
paid by the (lot eminent to Its sen ants e
ire rcminde 1 for Instance that Mr Stewart
and other leallu merchants rarely i ay
lrger salaries thuu fifteen or sixteen hun-
Ired dollars a year, aud that the average
taliryls only about nine huudred dollars
hlle the low est paid by tho lo eminent Is
iwelve Thl may Imj all very true I ut an
jxamlnatlon Into thu actual condition i f af
fairs will show how unfair the comparison Is
Hie duties of dry good clerk aud of Gov
rnment employees of the grades we have
nentloued aro Immeasurably different The
entlemen In eur Iarj,o commercial liounes
xboare entrusted Willi a itcunlarr rcntioii
u.,j .lUI.. ,w..,., um.u.vu.in luuiiiu
Jaesclerks are paid salaries about as lame
m Cabinet olllcers aud our mcrt hant t rlnces
find It the le I economy lo do so There are
at least a touj luof men lu Mr ttt wort seer
rice who perform duties uo unre imjortint
than many fourth class clerks whom wo
could name w ho nrv paid salaries auraglu.;
between ave and ten thousand a year Tb
Cittl Service Commltteo will, wo aro scrtalo,
Jnd this to bo the fact if they inuke tho In
testlgatlon There aro ihouaauda of business '
men and companies w ho jay lawtirs hand
some Incomes for the performance of duties
requiring no greater aklU lu and knowledge
of the law thun the Government requires lu a
Llasscf men in the Departments known as
law clerks, who are wo bcllcu only paid
tho compensation allowed to tho third grade
We hold this to be all wrong and wo trust
that tho committee (harmed with the line.ll
gallon of the subject will at kafct luy the
facta before CuuarcsB during Ui present aea
alou So far us we aro Loucerntd we ehall
do all that u l ubllc j urual can do to uid lu
effecting a reform to )ut uud;icccsar lu
that cud we tender the use of our column to
an expression of oj inlou from tho clerks
themsches on tbe subject Let us know who
do the real work of the Government in tho
Departments W hate e r communications
may be adJrcsscd us on tho auljcet shall, of
course, be kc)ltrlitl) tonfl kutlal o fjrus
their authors nrc com omul
Tub Lynchburg htpulUcnn t-jtn c
strongly ludorsc the lion lohn Trier Jr
sou of the ex 1 red lent Ijlcr uul exj reus
the hope that ho w 111 be t Ice le 1 1- edcrul ri u j
lor from Georgia Ihe hti iibtiton llullld
bavcwrltuii H rIJa, un I u I Uccru,li
l ham: Krt titrnfrimtln unihor Major
Bcu Perley Foort rcltd u pics i f the Con
grcselonat director) rontuli ing iuue.li talua
ble luformatlon com truing Longnse aud Ihe
several department of ihe Ctouromcni
Tin Charleston t,S C ) Courier Is flered
for sale owing to the dtatli of Its i roprletors
and the necpanltj of settling their roopccllte
estates
The Improvement of Wb1iIjikIoii
(From the lUchra ndllapaUb)
The city of ah1njttou In un lergolng an Im
proveiufitt that will exert its innaence uiwn the
polky of cities generally True, ihu federal
treasury Is i pen to a certain extent to thu dts
mands of that city tut ucvettlieltss tie ex
auile will bu ou ti Ikj emulate I with the
qualification that Ut lit lent mcaus nay renter
una; 1 1 la) le 1 he Imj rovement In N anhlngton
Is chiefly lu reference lo gra ling the street and
Iraluage IhesyHttm a lopte I Is thorough and
admiral le It will follow that liiterconrao of all
b rta w ill bo romotod rho rity railway will be
diffused In every quarter easy transportation
will t v aeeurt I between Hie uiOMt listant iklbIs,
an 1 the t ity will hnvo hrr wealth au I resources
thoroughly availat le We shall seen w how a
new liiiiulite will l e given l Uif prueienty of
abtngton Mil w ill gr tw In commercial
activity anl thnlt When the na! Ir m the
lolut of Uucis to (tint llv Is flnlnhed audsouie
other liaprovtmeiits w tilth will throw traveito
ward her are (0iulete1 there will bu a great
Increase In tbe I usiuess at I magnltu le of W ush
Ington et these tcuetiu will after all be
chiefly due to the grading an I geuorol Im; rove
ment of the i ity i romotiDir ibe corofoit of the
peoplo anl faulilating commerce and thus
rapi Uy intreiwiHg populsti u
Idllorlcil Mortnllly Tor ISTi.
(From the Chicago Tribune )
The year which is Just cloning has been ono of
the most remarkable lu the hist try of the world
and specially so for the large numi er of j roml
nent persons who have die! In It Juuruatum
has lost Horace Oiecley, of the New loik
TWbune Jamee tiordt n Ueunett, of the New I ork
II I.I Ll U..j..il.ll.. r. h C.A ln.b 11 ..Hf.l
IIIFUIM iPIt clfaUJUIUH UI IIIV T-n ,bll HVIHI.
Edward A lolUrl, formerly of the KRhmoul
tsamintr Cleneral mbroao It Wright, of tbe
AugutiaiGa) CMmnieU a ut vufiit7. 'ihomaa
11 Ilolcombe, formerly editor of the laSranspolU
fvHtuttt Uev lr Aniaancinveme elitorof the
ChrUtim tJtnrtr, cne of the moat widely
circulated Journal in tb',u uth A lolph OeroulL
elitor of the I ana Oi mi tnrttatf and
toulsl
-... - i'..r..i j
rj 1st
copjwrlghtof 10,ssia year
". .' . . ..
Offeutiach a uauctny u
lywush M" "'in nis
pocket laat year
The numier of men w ho w aul o be Senator
from Missouri bu l een reduce I to t Urteen
General t II droevriior, iearer of the tihlo
Grant and Wilson clcttoiel vole is 1 1 the i ity
woman lu LeSutur toun') Minncstts
haa dnnlleil li r a liv r u frt lu lit t Xth huv
band I
h.-t .
Tom Thuu In t uul t a va h
suiwe jhjd i tu is gviat 1 1 try m j ira
i 1
a niue ii it
U.nium. Imuran i hi li ." ' ' "
nagerie wa mt,um, an i
- --
H f.f nine vim no- la III i x n
v I f r
itiBteotartawou am bunsn
f uiUat uiial
tihibitiuu tn Austru
met la uramciital "rrlea a wine-cop which
once belong lo George Miahlngtoii.
ThRi ! .mi la tinnmt remartathat Minis.
ter Bancroft and the Sultan ar ttilrkrr than four
la a bed
It li ttronoMd la Brlffhton, England to erect
a memorial chapel to tba late Rev 4 lurch, of
rliasllstlo renown
Warner in 1 Ma bride, the former Madame
Ton HQlow an i nsuxnier oi uaKi,ar unni i
their honey moon In a tonr through Uermany
Colonel I I lngereoll, of the Chicago
Krrnirni Vail, armed In the illy yesterday, an I
Is stopping at the resllenceof Mr J r trans,
corner Second an I E streets
Ueneral (leorire W lUtkeend Ornrral J A
Williamson of Iowa, left for New orh on
Saturday evening, tnwt for a tonr through
Lurope
ural New Orleans Chan In hli time was
anl Morphy, the cbeaa player lie la now a
lawyer, with very moderate aucceea, but a Tery
Jh6 DnU o ntohwgh la preaident of an
amauurorcheitralaotlely in Lonlon, an lata
recent rehearsal took his place and sawed away
among Ue nrst tloiint,
The Prince of alee has harvested moat of
Ms oat crop, an I Is now a model h unban 1 He
gave his wile a bouquet the other day, one that
cost not less than xyu
-Mr T ( Calllcott, formcrlTof Ttrooklyn
once speaker of the Aueinbly of New ork, has
punhased an Interest In the Albany trenlng
Tim, and wilL It is aald. become Ita editor
A Davenport, Iowa, Jury have given Mrs
Mallnrv l-tlKI
mn) uaiiiagca, wnit
damages, which Is to be taken
from trie prhate f rtaneo( a man who enjoyed
the luxury of murdering her husbtn 1
After a life tf peculiar vklsaitules com
tuiuredasaitn.ua rfler an liulmlnatlm
ictMi ii nun tiirr an iiuiminatina
as a
prln ess, the 1 rlncess Halm-Halm closea hi
ier ro
mantic i areer as a nun in a convent ol bleak
Inns) nick, lu the Tyrol
The vouthful Emperor of China, who haa
recently been marrlel, is to assume Imperial
power some time In February, and the court
astrologers have been called upon to choose an
auapiriuuv uj igr in rct eicui
Miss Clara Remington, of St, LouLs has
into iwfweasion oi a cuun e"iie wonn
more than half a million, recently left to her by
a Hnantsh otllcer, Colonel Mancos, to whom she
had been engsged for some time
Since his return to lenna llerr Strauss haa
become an Inveterate chewer of tobacco He
excuses hiinaclf by saying that the hat u was
recommended to htm tn America as being excel
lent for the constitution
The latest feminine jnitincatl m for liumkl le
li from Isew Orleaun, where Mrs. anl Miss In
praham are excnsml for ahootliuj at one John
kaiser In the open street, on tbe ground that he
had committed a breach of etiquette
frifty years ago it Thiers was engaged on
the CtnHttuUoHntl an art otitic, at the rate of
ten dollars an article His drat critique was on
the acting of Mrs. llellamy. then playing at the
1 urte St. Martin theatre with an English troupe
Ned nuntllnr, Ruffalo Bill, and Texas Jack,
who have been playing in a scaaatlonal drama at
the Opera House, bu Louis, were arrested re
cently for alleged complicity in the riots which
occurred In tbe southern part of that city In
isai,
BlgnorO Turin I, an eminent Italian sculp
tor, has arrived In ashlngton. He la one or the
competitors of the Farragut memorial, anl has
depuakted with Mr Clark, tbe architect of the
Capitol a ten lid statue of tbe deceased
Admiral
The Earl of Avleiford tn 190, when he came
of age owedxewto He lx trowed of usurers,
agreelug to ay sixty per cent, per annum In
tercet. Having now come Into au estate i f Xlfl,
itikia. ir. ha reaUta I avment. an I the FntflUh
Chancery has decided In his Is or Risky lending
money ni aui;n oign rairn
socctacloilar. t aaedunoneof MasH
tou Irv lag's atorlea, la in preparation at tbe
oiymi le theatre, in New York, to succeed the
opera Ilouffe It will inclu le a numerous ballet
an I the Laurl imnti mime troupe Mlas I auline
Markhamwil anwar n It. Mr Leon anl Mr
Kelly, relinquishing th cork, will act two of its
Mrs an Cott. the noted Meth Nlkt revival
IM w h i la at present pursuing her labors at East
Camrtrltge, has lately received a very hsn laome
propoesl from a wealthy lady a tmlrer 1 his la ly
who rest les at Lvanston 111 , offers to take Mr.
ao Cott on a Journey through Lurope an I the
Holy Lau I, to occu r aeveral yean, an l after
ward furnish her with a pleaaaut home through
life Mrs an Cott haa decline 1 the offer, with
(N 770)
IIDFNT 01
H1ATE8
PROCLAMATION
Ininreuauceof law I I lyaeee 8 Orant pTwddeut
of the Uultml HUtea i f America, do hereby declare
aud make known that I ubllo aatea of valual le line
Lati 1 will be held at toe no Irnuentt ned land nlbcea
in the Htate of Mlnaeeota, at the perluda hereinafter
ueaiiruairii, i
At the Land llflW at St Clmt I Mlnoeenta t
maiiptinr ii MllllAV JkiiUArr li lilTL I r Hi
of timber laud not pretloualy diaiawed of In tbe
uudermeutioued tuwitalil)e aud irw of towuahliia.
North of baae Una and weat of fourth principal
Oirriuiau .
Towuahlpa U BDil 53 In ranm K.
Tuwuebl) i aud 41 In raiitfe C
Tnvnihli n III muni V.
murium iwHuiMuiuwmui niiu riiu.iai uie-
rowimhlp 11. of rai ire 3.
Tuwuehii i b aud i, f ramre .
'nwiwlili IkCuf ralvaUi
owubij 1 M and In if ratura 3U.
owubl lt and I , of rmuKe II
owuhii 1ST 1W, l. and lei. of ri 31
owuahli IJH. 1 ai aud lei, ot rautfe ti.
AliuiLiiiu iriiirnat ihi Mtr, iiiumnuii turn
meucliuruu MONDIY Jauuary ik l7a, f r tbe Bale
of tinilnr lauda not prevtoualy dleptMeluf lu the
mdermeuUoued towueblla aud patiaof tuwuablpa
A trui or uaM bos bim weet of ana i rmctial me
luwnnhl)wir miS), and 10 In rehire W.
Tiiwiialili I ft. Il 1 U uii I IU lu ratitf Il
Towtiataii Hi ,t andUi, lurvutresH
fowiubiiejr l,lJM.audl lu rauira W.
T iwuauite Im, IJH. an 1 ll In raue C
All lauda held at double minimum i rko will ly
diBMrd&f at u leea thao two dollars and nfte
ier ecru. (i, J iuu iu woui urm ai niiui
'Ui in iu,miini u, b hui irv uu
than OUe
dollar aud twenty aoeuU per acre (!.)
t Alula Btmrntirul!! h law Inr tha un iir
.led by law for tha uae of ecb ml
Indian, uulkury aud other pur)", or iveervedfor
lUtliau. utuikarj ,uu iiuci uriHBrs, vr irvriira U
ia Iroad pun"-. wlU be eirluded from the aale.
run iimrlninif iha hove la.ii la. will Im ivinimriirnl
nil tue daya a pointed, and wUI I roceed lu the order
lu hkhtbey areadvertlaed unul the whole aba
Have been offered and the aalea Utue cloeed but uo
ealeaball bekeptiwu 1 turerthaii two wnki, aud
no tmete emr of any of the lauda will be admitted
until after the ei lratlon i f tbe two weeks
Lieta i f eectl ual a ibdlvlaluua are In the banda of
the loval omiera au 1 will Im open ft r the eiamlua
U II ui uiun uvairuiH vt uicum
NOTICE TO PREEMPTION CLAIMANTS.
Fvery penon entitled to the rbrhtof pre-emption
) ii i r tbe landa within the tnwuahliia and irta
to all) i f the landa within the tnwuahlie and rta
f t wuehla above enumerated I rei ilred loestab-
liah the miii to the aalialactloii of the iievlaiera aud
Kecclvera t f the roier laud oiBfw anl make ay
neut therefor umkum iractlcabie atfer aeeln:
thlanitlcr anl lief re the day B pointed fur the
c mmriirriueut f the i ul lie eale of tbe landa em
IraclUKlhetractclaUuetl. Iherwiee irh claim will
bef rtelted. i llXlH UUUMMONl).
oclS-ttUw CtmmlMltner Oeueral Laud Othce
pltorwLS FOR HTVTIONEUY
ir mauila Mill Imi Nmlinli
tut-m until Jan lary B lS'S, at 1J oilwk. Unu f r
f irnlehlutfcorUluartlclea 1 1 nutl nery I r tue
lilanli forma if in tiiamla atatluif the iitlabtv an 1
cellmate I i lautlt) f eaubartltle. will be furuUhe 1
ii anileauou lo lue rirat Aaauiaui j-oaimaaicr
iv them
! i.l.rnl I tiha.1 Htataai iILimw wh
lulled matea attorney where the lid
reeidra that tba bidder aball wilblateu dava after
lav a af
KttOfl
heliiH calleU it on to ao ao, eiecute a contri
to do ao. niecut a contract
Uehinnitl aul In mantlUea aa ordered
title ur aril lee awarded to hint tn be accompanied
by a bond with a) proved aecuriiy. lu a pel ally of
u tlreatnau twice (tie contra t i rice of all tbe ar
UUce t.jT. fnrnlehed by aald bflder ooudlOo&ed
i tbe i eit&ru: ieriurmance oi toe aame.
optiaia unaouwuii
Ihe t Ida wui Te eonai lered and acceded or re
tcted Item I y Item, or I y claaaea of Items aa the
oetmaater Ocueral may elect
f be article delivered mutt be of theirenniue man
lifactureaud o lallty apeculed aud be furnbibwd at
tbe coutracl rice wbetlier mora or leae tban Uie
eaun
tr
Th
The deUvery m it Im made to the peraou deal
iiated bv tbe 1 oNtmaater Ueueral to receive the ar
llrlfa kliirh ahall Im
wuicuauau IM)a iu,
dect to eianiiiiatlou aud ap
rnajunialiTe time, uv twn waaka
ior inai purpoee, iu
utoui
at fartbcet,or the duheryof au artkle dencient lu
C
luallty or q lautllv will lie held eufiVleut cauae to
annul the coutracl, at the dlacrelluuuf the 1 oatmaa-
Jbe hea 1 of tbe Dei artmeut will In all caaea de
t wt ether the artlclee leudered by the contractor
are f the klu 1 an 1 i ual Ity rei U red by thee utradt
Jet I u auy or all Lid if in his ludaimeut tbe
net of the Ieprtmrut require it
ha mi lee of paper aud euveloit-a will be furn
lua 1 lairoaaier ueuerai rfwrim iih rwui " re
ll ubiau innia luuarmeuitueiuuir
furnlahen
ilia Ural Aulntatit Piulmutnr (Irlirri
jM.b irfiMieal muat be luduraedon Ihe envelope
I roioauiia iur niauuurrf. iuu irv uuhicta iu iu,
Firat Aaaiataut Puetuuiater (leueraL
nu n e tiuanrM
decSO-Flw
ISMlmaaler (leueral
TO WC1IlirilHOF(ON( KFHH.CITI EN
AMINTHANtJKKN
MallluK the (ity in want nf
FIRST HATE CLOTHES,
Made to order In the very heat manner would do
well to call and eiamlue n y htock of
FRENCH ENOLIHI1 AND AMI- IUCAN CLOTH
mr vjadoiji(.iild
Si iouunwir.
i ni, ll niAiiiunf.
beL Third aud lour aua-half
uiauao
FLOOR LINENS
ANU
DANCINC CLOTHS
rOB CHIM11 l-LOTim AND tOVtHI.HU HNE
OAHPETS
AIM . full .."'rill .nl W(E CrnTAINS. OIL
luiriia LAiivtinoii .ui uluotBrtHEKH
UO.yl" IUN 11. lMIDSON'H,
Icrtfreolw SIS Market Boace Nortbweet
lumEDm5-r.AoTS;TD?F7tS..
1 ua thepelltiouof ALrHitaU Oallauuk of Mor
u u or lered thai tha teefiuiotiy In the caae be
i" '. .. ii.. a.77. An .f inurv iiiil. that the
rigTtumniiVtrnni re-
ruary us
IheVia
rcrt be limited to lbs Lb day of, March iieit,
Lhat aald pelltlou be heard ou the Uth day of Ml
Uand
arcu
, uric
Ai r reraon msy Oipoee tbla eitenalon
del1 Vulw it 11 ItUtlETT tlumroiaaloner.
rTNITED HTATES PATENT OFFICE,
W.BBiaOTOR D C Deo. JO, 1B1X
nuthsretlllouof tlaoaoallauuiK of Hum liou
Jffletouc nnty Arkaueaa. trayim for IheeateU
Ji.tlTiirta'rMKa r.'B? WiSlWM1
Ira Ir iu mil rovemeul la MetaUle Dauda fr
li , wl lb lb. Inninnr In Ik. nub.
it iiia ifMirnnov in ia raae na
rjael u tba lath day of J-ebn ary i eit that the
mi ntb.li.bd.irDri.bnyri.il
;ViUmiYaBL.w.V
":
bUtl
re
lUal aampeiiuau i-Jiearuwu uieswiuajvi .
i . .n..iil.i...
FOR SALE AND RENT.
nou kk
fisTwelflhBli
It IC N T - A TIIRFK-8TORY BRICK
E. im row water ana - inrrmgncrai.
aireei npir 11 rt h Dnnnwni
(IwCBW'
V
.OR RENT THE NEW BRICK. I1WFLI 1NO-
taintmr eiirbt room and
il mil narlnr 1
, c. wuninonee
li iar(f thnr
if AUtl, litl
ll ao 1 1(
( f thi ppw n arkrt. Tor
I rfl ulai
IKICII TH MV
euth strre t, b
atvyt
l?OR HAIF-V FINK IXH NTHY ffT OF
1 din from Wwihltgrton within leu nilui irn' wmlk u(
' i Ki ti ii m Biinkutci in w kiia i mirrn. ii.,iii
uinfnnn an I udhi nunnu iirjun, uii nnn
ilatkntul hrirk htm hi i f rlirlit rnmiioall
null iih linini wall it rirrllrnt watnr
fliieliiaritof jo or lovlnra lu Warlmr aull
twwn an and fruit trt U b,aiilr pearand
inrm. ao iciiu tninr its itinii yyttm
i aicalkul chsurv in craon nnitur
i th city lenna vry erj Addm
HUNT, offie CommlMary (ntl of
D DPS IU II
CHAM
ivwn thahoura of I ani
UT CBtl fim il iuwiii'jnimoii it
IQ 1HUI. UTJWiir-
T?OR HAin, UIEAP A HUB ONE-HOR8K
&' HLTIUH wiin two aeai
phrey Llrerr Stable, In rear
Ith two aeata Innulre at Pt
kbla. In rear of NiUuuai hotel
d3Mta
lj
?OK SALE UIEA1' AND ON REASONABLE
1 Tritvu
One Sue prraa brldk dwedlujr on P atreet btwwu
Truth anl Llevrnth alrtla i nrthweM oonUlutun
nJn roraiis. an 1 batlvmtMn water an I r.
tun roraiis. an l oauvmtnn wmirr an i r.
Aim, ouo aji ro in frame ou Nsw Jrrtey svenue
near Rhode Ilau I avenue
Alao, one Bts rwnn frame onnp m aremie !
twMU H an I T atreeU, runulng- back from erniuut
"n i to lenth atreeL . .
toriartlciiUni n'Vtn WHITrAIlRO,
Iron Fuiindera 3A Maine aveuue, Kouth Wanh
lnrton deSMw
WI11I1VO TO lirTIKB UttlM IRACTICE
In IhAnmiitrr I will aoll mi rtaannahl tpfma
n th conutrr 1 will efll on reasonable tprma
my medlctneeanl litBtninieut. ko. aud rent my
i Uraof rtwldeuoe, near Bllgo, Mi
In, f irth Itifnrmill in kinlv In WI I.I.I A
m aiOy lo WILLIAM IL
DUrRkTUN Bornu No. a, uurtlMMwl oorner of. 8et
euth and F atret. dec
FOR 8ALE-A l-OUIK ROCK AW AY, FOR
four peram a New lork bull! or will ex
rai rnrl nil Uiiinrr In ll
cart-la factory, corner luirteen-anda-half anlE
If anl :
dellU
s
cloi
U1T8 OF H00M5-F0U
RENT FINELY
luniiinMi niiui
oeet,li!1F BtreeL
I.V3I1 RENT NINE VNFLRNISHED ROOMS,
1 r lltahle for farailte.or wtllbeletaeparately
pipoeile tbe Kirkwond Home Inquire on the
I ren leea, 1jJ t) atreei north wwt, to UR. W L
TORMENT A 81 ORB Tl) FEET DEEP, WELL
' nttel fira wh leeaie orianr reeau buMineee.
In tbe rnomiu- aud between I an H tfdork in the
afternoon toTHtJAUES L.MUKOAN, No. vt
o. 1MB a- nirrr, uunuviwi. ni 1 u. ia iivvki .m
aireeLjioruiweat. oeie-u
III III
L oi
tiuln
1HDS FOll SALE. MOCKING. RED C'-
narlee and Uelrian L'aiianee tne nneat eoiieo-
inreaiecueapat ronr-anu-e
TTOR RENT SEERAf LAROE, NICELY-
TORRENT PETWOHTII FARM.ROLNDED
1 he Seventh ateeet Mnntarrnnenr and Hnldlem
Home roada ) or further iiartlculara ai i ly at ofllre,
SI 1 11 elreet north weet, at I Ju, 1 or o cluck JAM EH
TOWLLS. decltUT
C LEIGH 3! SLEIOUSt SLEIUUS I
inn hand aeveral fine ona and two-hnree CCTTEn
8LFIUKH Aleo. a very Ufy Btork of new aud aeo
oiid band CAUllfAULH in i ir them three rlevant
Coupee JOHN! 1I1UDOET
1 PtR ANNUM -The Carroll 1 lace rronerty
ou Ca llol Hill, vIBh lrteiu.ll IX U, U li rt of IS,
and half of luta a au 1 , In m tare ljs Waehlntrtou
rlty will be aold, together or lu iwrcela, to euit ur
cbaeere on very favorable tertna,to wll, a email
Kb payment auother email payment In II tnnutba,
auce In s rear, with lutereel al alt per cent, per
annum pajauleetiml-auuuallr,
Apvlyto W S. HOLM DAT,
No. t lutellbreucer Duildlnr He Tenth atreet, Waah
1IICIOU CUT
or
deT Im
OR RENT-
COHNER OF TWENTIETH
V and K Btreeta nothweet. aeveral Lot tryether
would make a lanre wood and coal ranL (or ir
tlLUlara at rfllce.ull II atreet north weet, between
bUinia auu
i click
decA-lm
m
ARE CHANCE 11) SbCl RE C1IKA1 FUR-
nit ire or my own manufacture The nnder
I deelmnanf rl hiIiut bualuraa offera hla entire
Block for aala at reduced i rice,
HAMUEL RIRDY.
myitr IHFJrfhthet bet Market HjiaoeandD
IR HALK OR RXClLNOE FOR CIT PROP
V E1ITY Val table 1 arm of Ml acre on the I'oto
tuad oi iwieite Mount eruou. Tract aubdlvlded to
Bull p ircbaaera. Timber au 1 anil nneicelled.
A'l ir m n vnuLiiribLU.
n n iftnur.jiriF.u',
Coruer Hereulb and F atrerts.
a is-im"
jHIK RENT THE LAIU1EDWELLTNO HOLHE
W. alocamy for a lawyer or, hr-lcUa
Jtnlaif SH ipdlu. ...pufc
fO!l8LE.-
IT.bl. .tr T.nu.w;
.At'.'.,;.
r o HIUU1.I.IUI,
1 1 Iir hi and Place PrluceOeonre'aoountr Md.
oc-JS-tf oraldreaaUladenabunrr O kid.
A FINE HTOIIB
REVFRAL EXCLLLEANT OFFICES TO RENT
Injulre at ths office of 'THL CAPITAL I UB-
LISHINncOMIANY V3TDBtreet.
p)vanr lMuri
K O It SALE
A VALUAIlLE LOT AND ELEOANT 1 i-HIDEKCE.
1
A antaitantlal and lieaiitirul thraavalnrv anil nann
mentllHlLK HtHIDKNCF, with elojraut ltltOWN
HTUNEHtUNT MV feet wide with a dealrable al le
lot of aame width lue euUre ifrouudj bavlnxadejtb
of 145 feet lu luchea,to SD-f ml iaved alley The
back buUdlnir to this hoi we la three atorlea hlirh aud
there are 13 rooma lu the etntcture not tucludinir
j l, furnace ruitetrluuacoaeUIhutier'a paulry
Tula la tba moet dealrabla bonae lu W aauiiur
ni wt tMiatitlf ul tmrb lu VV aahiuirti
The above win bu aold at I MlbBU Ita actual value,
and parties dealrliur lo examlue th preiulaea Will be
1 rotuptly waited upou by
IIUYtK A, AIHHMON,
Real Eatate Airent aud Broken,
Office uorthweet corner of New York avenue and
I ourtueuth street
Uovl4-lf
LlDllS' GOODS.
801 FAN0YG00DS. 801
NEW GOODS
OF hi EllV D8C1UPT10,
nf iit:a.t vaihijtv,
JU8TKLCEIVEDAT
orl si 1 Market Space coruer of Ebfhtb BtreeL
Furnishing and Fancy
GOODH,
LAthH, 1IANDKFUC1IIFFS AND RIBBONS.
CHAPEVFILS TRIMMINOH Ac BLACKENED
stiffened andrlcrimfld to equal new
.ii.fi:auhon,
CorPenn avenue and Twentieth at
.MERCHANT TA1L0H1XC.
3 A. ROMAN B.W COX.
ROMAN & COX,
FINE READY-MADE CLOTHIERS,
fi07 MLVLNTll HTItKLT.
0el9 If Opposite ike Poat Office.
pLOlUlU HFlt(lIlN(.t
llrrcbant Tailor,
No. 131S F street betweeu Thirteenth and Four
teeuth streets, eoulh aide,
Haa juat received a very lertretot.k oflMPORTED
FALLANDWINTER DRESS OOOD8 and is ire
pared to warrant a perfect HI at LOW ER PRICES
tban any other eatabllahmeut lu or outekle of tbe
city
Alao, a One aaaortment of OENrH FTJRNISUINa
GOODS lubtt-lf
TT I'Vllll A, HON,
Mrrr bni Tailor,
Na 111 Fourteenth Street
Between rcunajlvaula avenue and F atreet oppoaito
W LUard a Hotel have received au 1 opened a lanre la
voice of Fall and W Inter
CLOTHS AND CASSIMLULS
FRENCH AND ENGLISH CLOTHS CAoSIMERES
ANDVESTIN09 of the lateat atj lea.
IVOODAXtfCOVI.
T EIlTY CLARK T B CROSS JU.
T. EDW. CLARK & CO..
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
iLMiir.n, noon and coil.
Wharf Deiot and Hanuur Mill foot of lourth
BrauLb Yard YinrmU avenue eu 1 Mulb sUeet
eoiHuaaai. ..... .
DiiraKHk nt lumber comprlaea all kinds aolt
thl market Lanre luaullty of Woudeudtoel (u
band which e will deliver In any I art of the city
Mill work of all klnda eiecuud to order dt-jfc-lf
AHOIUNLIS ANI) AGENTS.
ou tour-aud-a half atreet, uoll
TALLMADQE A. LAMBERT,
ATTOUNKV- IT-L.IW1
No, 3 LaUutkla College Imw Dulldln,
aepliMf
aaTuua fejidalu bkoimilu raxDALL.
FENDALL &, FENDALL,
UUkili, h.a t.i. a w,
uuit-AND-A HAI F ST AND LA AVE la4
-OUH-AM.AlIAIFST ANI LA AVE
.
1 Tt I TT,
, V
' -i
S. h,fl '.?n' a vuVlVti:
BOOKBINDER AND 1A1HUIU-
n Tenlh
and
Llsvsuth Btrorts, south aide.
Books eletrantly or iJaliilybniuid, PtMoflJcssSBd
or p
uiJr
lo.'
WANTS.
WA.I
ANTET TWFin THRFKL VHrENTERS
awsb'
AUAMfl
T7UHKKA EMPLOYMENT OEFItE, NO MT
J!i Eleventh street l ar R"treft- .,fc
Trt-tf Mlttt. LU U 1 BEg PtTTLER,
WANTED-TIIh I URTkTtu KOW THAT
Hairmanns ttermau ii-h Mixture will cura
eniurt Bid colds far eieMjiltnir anr jithrr rvtiml
(tlya It a trial, liei-c toornrtCif Third and Ewtl ap.
Itot airmU northeut mv-wa
B JL8TII VA FAIR 1 HICKH FOR LA-
It. dim
ntbloir.UtKl
trl,lirtn
Omt a, an 1 f lill Irrn a Heron Mtand
Under-CMhltiK JloiiU. hhore, Ao,
NU.S10
rn niiiu ana nTPiitn iiwih,
N II, Not by mall romptir attended fai.
TANTKIK-KVERY ONE TO KNOW THAT
the popular Rewtnir Machine "VICTOH" haa
Iteuiwdle allMUItMr the tn -t rrrfert,
lliviliuir ,u hi m, iTiiniaui
mm, reeilnif on a carriers nwum-mr en i won a oi
ateel: fer rnnuliuf elDiHeaud d iraule the uint
dwlranie machine U t ail work In it Anrr No.
ad M
ullU
T W flPICER Airent
PERSONAL
Dr. Flodonnlo Honnnl
Ha removed his
OFFICE AND ltESIbEVLL TO
rVe. HIT F etrrrt north went.
dekVlf
T AlllU. INTl.ltl iT ON iHOM .
dllUAOO
TUB 1IIITLA1. Till MT III i
1 npital, M30O.O00,
(Special Charter of the Htate of f lllm laj
Preeldent.THOH K RRYAN fouuler tt Ihe Fi
delity Safe Depoaltory. ( blcaim.
ki ITeeldeut, JUUN 0 HAINES exMajor of
ThlalnetltulloninTrBla fuudsln purcbueof Chl
Cairo real eetate, aleo In loaua at ten 1 10) per cent In
tereet net to Ibe I wnere. and eierulea oibrr triiebv
Run a of not leea tbau el.ouu reeelrrd and InTceted.
Fortiipeehava been made for client! by the alone
named offloers. and of the million In reeled by them
!or caiHUUlnta, both In Inane at IU per ceut, net and
niurrhaaee notadUHr of either i rlnclfe orlu
lereat hae ever been loeL Fori-arllciilare addreea Ul
Cireon or by letter TllUrt. K DltYAN,
urturf Wlulerat 1ff Maeest bueetta avenue Wash
Imrtcn I) O. and during Hummer at Fidelity Hav
Inira Hank and Ha fa lK-Kltorr Chicago. di4-tm
TcrTICE-THATK.H JLST1I ltD STREET,
ll between Pltth and Herenth etreets north weet,
eells euatora made eocon I ban 1 Clnthlnir at leea than
half thacnetof read) lua leuewouca. N U Second
baud olotbln of all klu Is boiurbt at fair taeb i rloea.
It
tv VI O V A L .
Till; CAFITII. rLIIIIHlUMJ COlli'lW
HAVE REMOVED TUEIR OFTICE TO
1137 1 Htrtvt.
T OST-A MINK DOA, ON THE 11T1IINST,
orln tha Deparunant, Asultalls reward If returned
I OSI ON CHKIHTMAS NOON, ItETWLFN
JLi Astreeteouibeaatan 1 I atreet i orthweet a white
fTXVA MF.ntlJ.IDM HHA(M.VT tierinir the Inl
t a a"M N , aul chiefly valued for Ita aeeoclatlnn,
Whoever will return It to BUS I street northwe-t wlU
receive asre waro- uecicnf
LOST-4L0 lttWAUD MINK HAULL DOA
lawt erenJoa a bo it 1 o dock, either on it
atreet between Hlitb and fteveuth nortbweet nn
Seveuth street between MandQ oronOntrpet l-
tween Heveutb and Truth. Uy lenluareall lioaat
No. looo o atreet north weet the nuder wbl receive
ine aiHive rewaru urnm-
lost and roum
T OST YE8TFHDA, IN OEOKOETOWN-A
I i Hirk lli,pjflnrmt fflTNTPR nmi vhlterfuh
ou hla cheat edireeof hla lore white. A liberal re
waru win oe pain ii reiurnea io
decAMf JUS If BRADLEY J a.
B0A1.DLN(.
DOAKDINO BOARD, Willi Oil WI11IOLT
If lt(X)iIH In a mod locality convenient to tb
ti ecu the Derrtment. Aly ai vis lwelltb
treet, lytweeu 1 and K atreeui north weet. eepg-tf
TAESIKARU ILEtlANTANDNICELHR-
J NlHIIFDAPAItTMFNTS.wlth HOARD iuy
be obtained on apt UcaUon at IWJ Y atreet, oppneito
Wlllard no-tf
INSURANCE.
HEYMt & JJISIIOP,
liiHii rnnco jVu-entH,
Wo. (SOS Hoi outlk Ntrcot,
WASniNUTOK, D C,
r on don AMHiniiNCK oiiroit ITION,
(Onranlaed l7-the 4deet Insurance Company
In the world.)
r.ah Aaaeta. f laid 813.231.423
CONNECTK IT FIHF INHI ItANCfc COM.
FANli OF HAKTFOHl),
f ali A-eeta. SKlfl 1,000
NATIONALFIHKINN1 It CKCOUi'A.-N 1
II K HAHTttJllD.
(aahtela 0(121,000
TU,DEUnFlUKINNl HANLLCOJU'ANi,
OF CIIICACK)
dtahAaeelOfOnVML H reff lion Is.) 1 000,000
NATIONAL FIHF ANII MMtlM' IMS 1 11.
AN ltCOMFAN. FIIIIAUELI'IIIA.
Cwali Aa-ele 8S3,000
ALSO, AOENTrt Kill
KqLlTAIlIUIlFFAHHl IIANCUNOCIKTY
UK KLW YM1IK.
C.-b A-Cta 90,000,000
miui-ni
THE EO.TJITABLE
LirE ASSURANCE SOCIETY.
The bualneae of thia Company haa for years been
he lanreat of any similar Institution In the world.
X XIlTVlSlt,
Gonoral Aent,
503 wud SOI Heventb hirer I.
rpiIK NATIONAL ULTKOFOUTAN
riun fvniKA-veL totirwi
orrui
DISTRICT OF COLUMDU
Orsanlxed Aiiraiet 20,
1870.
9100,000.
LANH CAPITAL
Ofnoe In Hheiherda Bull llmr. No. PudU Peunai I
vaula avenue. MyKH KrLI Y Preal leut ,
niu u. iuuu, vice rreaiaeui.
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PIULML-VM INHLUINOL COMPANY
OF U ANIUNUTON ANII lEOIt(ILTO N.
Office Room No, I over Bank of Waahlnifton.
CHARTERED BY CONGRESS 1337.
Capital and Warplaa 9370,000.
Nocbanre for Stampa or Pullclea.
DIRECTORS i
Oeorya U atera,
of Georgetown.
Albert A Wllami.
Andrew Roth well
Tbomaa 1 arker
Lewla Jobuat u
T.Ed Ctark
lb ia, B, Croea,Jr
UlUETiloward,
turn. Re Item
ui iBniuHTnuc;i
JAMES ADAMS iTeaideut
ABU,(1 DAVIS Hecrelary bcS-omu
Ajreia YOU INSURED?
IF NOT, M'l'LY TO THE OLD
Franklin Insurance
Co.,
UANIIINUTON, 1. C.
INCORPORATED BY CONORESH IN ISIS.
OFFICE In tha hnlldlmrof IheNaUoualBankof
tbe lie) nolle. No Toa p atreet north wee L
No charira for Polirfea.
DIRECTORS
Dr Jamea C. Hall, Joaet h If Dradley,
Johnpiirdv t if VMHbeivrr
hr3 M Brodhead, W i McDc nald
J Keywortb V V McO Uro
Jamea U McOulre. 1. It Clarke
Usury Bradley. M O, mery
ltADL
CHARLES BRA!
It (.711 1 UUAViM.1, t
IlLLY Hocratary
BUILDING MATERIAL
LIDIBEIU LUMBEHI
Wlkeiktloy Sg XXrotUui'M,
STREETS
AINT1N
t-ornoe
nAauiiiiiini it ' ,
WII0LE8AIF PFALEH IN LUMBER, LIME.
( LMENl HAND Ao. Ac kc
IUMBF11 BlLIt cut to order nab rt notice.
BLULUTONEfor liuillliur Macadamlalnr and
Paviiur lirtKHifiailnllvairiiil in mtiv iiartiif tha Illatni-L
RLEdiAlF bouitbt and aold andm ueyln
veated. To this branch i f the bualueae 1 wUI here-
aiier ifive my peraouai aei tinn, ana wiu neaiin
ofPoe dally from 10 a. m u UU 4 1 in tuhlHf
JHVEL11Y.
WATCHES! WATCHES! WATCHES I
The Lanreat Stock tn any one Establiahment In the
City NowtbiBUaract.snd aold with a
iruarantea fur quality aud time,
HILYER WATCH EM FOR IlOiH
N1IAI 1,(101 D WATC1ILH POH (JIIIIX.
LNA1IEI FI1 111 HIONII ANII POllTlt UT
H VTt III.H FOlt I II1X.
bllvtr and Oold vvatcbea coueletlnir f Ouarter
neoou i tteuuii e i uroi unieier niem niuiier oi
American aud Luv LlaU Manufacture toKvthcr with a
FINE STOCK OF CHAINS OFLVERY DESCIUP
TION JEWELRY 1LATED WARE. CUT,
LERY, SATCHELS
Call and eiamlne before purcbMluir snd form
your own ouucluaiunB
M. H. PRINCE,
1000 PcanHlraala aveuue.
FOR BALLS AND PARTIES.
DREt3S OOATS.
A MRU STOCK AT REDUCED PRICES.
WALL, RODIN80N & CO..
Otl rCNNSVITANM AYEML.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
r3NOTIC THKNOItTIirilN MAn
sV3 kkt WIIL UK OILNKDON TUL8DAY
Kvrniatt Lrec"ninrnL
By ordi
afroi
f the Oomnilialoner
dfrarat
IChron. an 1 Btsrl
Brpf-IJANK OsT tTiAMIIIMITONf II .
T1IF TUVSTFFS OF 1IIIH HANK
lave thin lay dfolare I adivllei luf flre ier rem
out f f the n Ills of the pt als inoutbai i ayable
ou or after tbe ad iroiinH -...--
0 A JAMFK
dnSH Bh1rr
WJWIHTHIIT OF I Ol I Mill V
--' mn
iitAiui cr iicAi i it.
vAlBHitnToif D f . DeVemlier .it. lsp.
nilNIMIIUR LI 1 . lTTTI
11 la bre I r or lertxl and whmtm hi
reeof'
.tl im
hof tbelX'trlrtof U
ny ine uoam oi
maitne unn
Itnle
!of n
and hetnilatlona in reirai
i in rr
fmilva
reirara to
tated by
rate.
tn Hmil nni hereti
a ni
lioaM or i if ait u
Dlatrlct beameuded
a ariTirei
meudedaa
H ATTfNl
IU
IinslLlANS ATTfNDINO JLTON SMALLPOX
It ehatl Im Ihe dnly of every hi slclan reeldeut of
the blatrlct of Col imbla .or otherwtaa alteudlmr
mbla or otherwtaa alteudlmr
TiM by rmalljioa wltbln sail
the il wrd of Health sal I cane
npon any perenu ant
Iilalr0.ft. li.riMirt Ifi
Of emal fn i within twelve ho u re after his flret Vlelt
IIIU UIBIVITIJ II (Iiq 1ITPI" , KHIU (TII"II IHU
name au I realdenoe t f eai I perat u wbetbt-r the
v.brt.t ii va1 lai a. In ililli aal 1 liairari II tna.v lal
ated and attended haa beii an f la f niiirated and
or reel lei ce in wuicu eai i rem u may oeeiiu
ate
Hla
liainier'eu accnr ling to
e llnlea
1 ItetriUtluuS
'
afireeald
Prenl
if ifsallU.
It I) Oooai
w
A MLCTINII
TIM'
Ui,
Jervey avenue aud
V the stb of Jannary. irt lbs polla will t
ntwiied at 11 nt and rloee at I p. m. Tranefer book
wm be cl ieea ou tbe ui ol
t December, 1S1, and
opened January Id, lsX
IlEFarUvaT Berretarr
fNOTICISTO POl IC1-IIOI I1LKH.
OrncaorTHEMrruALliaalfiecBjiwcKCo
lipoTiin imrmwr i ii a i .
I net
oaurauoe forlss,at tb office of tht
if iwfnre MltSflAY. t)em.rnlieP ftl. I 1
f the company, on
deOu-M J WEHLtY HUT LT Elt, Secretary
The annual meettnir of tbe Htockholdera of the
Wa-hfi
amitiunnn aiaraei tx
Market Company wl 1 be held at the
umceoi I
umc
Ihecl
eoT the Company mi Pennsylvania avenue. In
llv nf WanhliiH-tuti at to n rlnrk. a. ni . nn Die
flrat MONDAY belt if Ibe 1 h day f January 1S73,
for tbe choice of thirteen dlreciira for tbeeueulmr
year and to act ou ai y other bualuees wlthlu tbe
power of tba curl
Wi p WHITNEY, Soeretarr.
o. W, la-3. deao-td
Waant otow
9rXUUOIt1II VH 11 CTtlltAI. HMILI'
fc anl all other Couxb Rone lie at the
TFMl'LE uilLU H1U11K, corner nintn anu r
Btreeta. decli-lm
rar- N K
II II O K N
Wrltlnif Desks, Work fioiea, damre Ac. In artel
variety, at ROUUtl rt Uo. k Hiore
run rue 1IUL1UA1H,
novlttw Above New iurh avenue.
r3WPKIIFlJHOIl AK1LHTIH JO CAN,
w-i Teacher of tha Fren h and Rianleh ,Lan
ataara, I a a few hoiira t dliNe f Ad Ireea
Franklin II tel Daud Uirhth etreete.Waahluirton.
llrfcr to Edwin L. Huuton, Hon. W W Uoyco.
drfj-lra
isre-
FAltTlI-N ANII KICLITIONM.
The underaume 1 takea nleaa ire In annminclnir
that be la n paired to nerve Dinner Parttc and lte
cei ti iul iiHmai
aa ILmiul TnrWar. 1'
order left at Uifl Thirteenth atreet north weet will bo
"sm?"
HAMUEL ritOOTon rtor.r
fj5"AII.TIII (1INHNLPATINTMKD-
-2L telu w. al New York price, al the TEMI LL
DRVO SlOHh.
cr3iHi(iMf tiiLUicnj, ri utmiE
fc3t f o n a lea. 1 llet Artlclee, Jcc , at low
eat ratea. alTEMPLL llltLt HI DHL.
jy5"c(ii innt mi., (oh;ii mi ii.
aiy clnea itcttrat irg an 1 Couirrrea Waters, al
lha TEMI I E DKUO HfOKl.
fSf FKlJ( UIPTMP
e J at moderate rlcee,
SI ORE. Maeoulc lemiK
rWl)lt. A l'ItTT. I1KI)LATI OF
- UhloCtlleira of lei tal Hunrery 411 Ker
enth street between D audi, a few door auutb of
imi iruuwi nan 11 xiiiuirwii na 1 1'ri iu ia
Ixrinirreranna, lief era to Dr R.A.Bacouand Rev
W B.LVB0B. ees-tf
rSy-l'HI AThll-l'HOIIFiTIIKNLl-l
Ly LHT THU UUT, .nl tn t dr.lr.bl.. .1
lmnnilK.D AfHi .
003 IX V 8tnt
w
A)8 wblcb Is adapted to the
I'aiuter lu aaui
IJ. a,ai hwII atfw
iuium uaiiiH luruivr eu
Imiuyr ILrhlee an 1 ninri dim
eciujmlcal Ibauauyi tberuowln uee
nnf ai icaai unenaii iue umeaua eiiene, aim ia
lie time anil etii
the in iet uerfeet luatnimenl for treatment of the
limm illaf aart liv tiiana i t tlie K11I1 line (.ur
Wrtlfwdeelrliiarto 1 1 flhaae Htate ir Ibe uuiveraal
liK bt will pleaee addreea
JOHNU HFNDLM
Je3Totf Waahiuutou D C
HOTUSAM) l!ESTll!MS.
COSTINESTAL HOTEL.
IIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS.
Trim. lfio ran i at
poao3m 1 I MES1CK
WASimiUTON IlOUSlf,
Corner rennsylnnla avenue and Third atrctt
A. F BLVERIDOE,
UfiSUiii Pro) rtetor
"THE ASHNGTON, "
Eoesslo & Sou,
VERMONT A EN U E ,
llETHLLN II IMI 1 MTIIFLTH,
0033-tf U nkblnslsn, II. C .
wiLLARB'S "HOTEL,
WAHIIINOTON D C
REM0DH1D RLrLHMSHlD
ll linUL BVTH ROOMS AND
LLLVATOR ADDED
OILN Nt PMIILH I. Iffl
J F CAKE, Proprietor
octli-lf
rpll
I IUP1UIU. I10TLL.
JIM1K Hlilj4t froprlrtar,
niONTINUlE-iLNANIAALNUE,
Betweeu Iblrteeuth and Fourtceuth streets
WAMHINOTON, D C
TbauVfidtothetiibllc f r Keuero lapatnuaar
Ilia ihuI tlm i mi
ririor aima iiia ui irivii ia aiiii
trim tu leat the a inunim idatlou
uia j neni e
ill bo foun I at
awianmcpt win u u romieea anal
ieat e pial tu the beat In awhlmrtuu.
0. C. WILLARD,
EBBITT HOUSE,
UANN(1T(IN, 11. C. at
CT. JllllJH IIOTLU
B. H. Comer Slilb Street aud Peuu. Aveuue,
ON IHE It IUU LAN TLAN
IJboral DUcouut to Rcvrular Boarder.
noaWin W UODBURY A DUREN
s frWtfW J
Tin Mitfh Stmt If II
JOHN HECK'S
ATI1FNEU3I HF.HTlLlt.iNT.
030 U Hi reel ( and (131 Imlalana aviaar,
lletweeu HI ita aud Seventh H treet a.
BEcK baa rutfaced on f Mm moet celebrated
Mr DE
Cookalu
ner iimrr ami m nia
KATlNrt 11EI'AKTMINT
ran at all Un ea be found all the DLLICACIE3 OF
lucDuiDUfi aerveuiu uie oeat aiie and at
moat reaaonal le i ricee. fictlS-
300,000.
MISSOURI STATE LOHERY.
Legnllzed by ftlnte Anlhorlty anil Drawn lu
Public In HI, loula.
ORAND SINOLE NUMBER SCHEME.
50,000 Numbers.
CLASS N TORE DRAWN JANUARY M HI
OtSSO FrUee. Anioaatlof la 9300,000.
pr sa of
ir ce of
I r m of
s t
UO prixea of,
9 I riaee of
9 I rlaea of
til
1.UW
Hum
1 i riaee of
Sir ita if
1-
v I liar, ui aiaj
tiaea of SU
M I risea of Jno
H rlaea of lao
lll I rlu4 if 1 al
to i r aea of
J I r aea of
u prixea of
'3 uuu i rlzea of ID
Ticket, 910 Half Tickets, 85 (Junriere,
99 50.
lafOir lotteries are Lharlerrl I y the State are
alwaji Irawn at thetlu e uamwl aul all drawluna
II UUUDI UII IUIWITI'1 UUI Ul U VUUlUUHIUUIIh
:ha official dreftltiK 111 be l ubllabed in tl e
". u ita ini-rri, auu a cuj ui ui
. aud a cujy of dralntr aeul to
lurcuaan oi uli
every month durluy the j ear Isis.
ari(emiiatoiir n.a i y jiih
llttLIIU IlLMIUfLIIIll TL1
v ifiwT nrrTru' unvrv
LUIHttRFb fd'fTEit. IHlAiT OR
LXPRLUS Keud for a circular Addi
MLMIU.3IIII FKXCO.
HI. IiaU. Ms.
Pnat Office Rot. UU. myl TilThAWlf
FINK CLrOTIIINU
T IllJIltUU IMIItEH.
WALL, RODINSON tt CO.,
fljl riSIOINVl.T'AMIl MINI'!!.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
JOS. II. HUADLEY,
JOt. H. lUDUT, JR , A. TKOI. IRADl.Y,
ATT0UNET8 AND LOUNMLLOItH,
lor. Fwrandnllairand l tref taNnrth.
west Opposite ( Ity Unlit
flMIWM TO OIVB NOTICE TIIATTIIKBLBp
fl tne iiieirirtoi x iumi i, woi uun nnwi rnu.
f-ttera of a imlnlatretlon o, C a., in (fie rereoual
Tlhfi Uietrkt of lutnl fa, bol ling a Kiyolal Term.
eeiBteofTiioi Jarrrnnon hmitii. late or w aawror
tonctiinly l It d-eawd. Alpireina havlia
li.i.. .iai ilia. ! I Jm-mum) are herel v warneil
toeihl) ll the earae, wllhlha vo uhere thereof to the
aulwrlbrr on or before theth day cflereiriber
n all they may olherwleeby lawbeeielndedfrom
all benefit of the said eelato. M
Olvru under my band tbls 'hdayrf December
U 1" Alltlb 1
IN THE BLPREMF COLRT IF THF DIS
TRKTOFCOIUMDIA THL S1ST DAY OF
I rCfcMUl
lllElt, 1ST.
i) Oabow)
lNo.ar Lqulty Docket 11
Charlea 11 Oeltnni
On motion of theilaintlff hfMf w r. Lassen
her solicit r It Is ordered that lbs defendant
r Mr W P. Lasselle
(hat the dirtlilailt
. ...k. bd It llaafiH rvm
rauae hi
liefore the I
tlmr Ihla Hai
hi appoarance to be
entfreifhereln on or IWora.Uie flrel rule day.oo-
mirrlmr forty dare after tola dayi otherwle the
llv the Court, ..A willUJu
irteonnr lent Tt J Mrio llerk,A
ftyL.1 WtLiiM Asaltant Clark
will ne iTocevueii iuu
he irocecdeI with bn In wse .of def anil
.luetic etc
'decJscMlw
1872. H. B. 1873.
A HAPPY HEW YEAR TO ALL.
NEW YEAR'S PRE8ENTS.
NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS.
NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS.
LE0ANT SUITS AND OVERCOATS.
LEQANT SUITS AND OVERCOATS.
LE0ANT SUITS AND OVERCOATS.
HAB1E BRO.'S WINTER WEAR.
HABIE BRO.'S WINTER WEAR.
HABIE BRO.'S WINTER WEAR.
fOR GENTLEMEN AND LADS.
pOR QEHTLEMEN AND LADS.
pOR GENTLEMEN AND LADS.
BOY&'
HOYS'
rrvr.3iatvs.
OCTJXAr.
QOYS1 OVERCOATS.
BOYS' OVERCOATS,
QOYS' SCHOOL SUITS.
JOYS' SCHOOL SUITS.
QOYS1 SUNDAY SUITS.
QOYS SUNDAY SUITS,
iiaiu; viw.
II I1U1A1NH.
IIA1K1AINH.
I.VltO.VIH.
llAIKi VIH.
IIAI1GA1S.
II HKJA1MJ.
JIAHGA.IM.
II VllAlM.
HA.lKJ.VirsM.
hauli: RitoTiiLiis',
MI11TI1LT tllllM 11 OF HHhVril
iMI II rlTIILITM
i)iiYdoi)sr
TEN PER
OENT. OFF
CASH.
FOlt
W lull In if to have aa email a atork aa immuII le when
we takeau luteutor). weahallfnm thla date offer
ever) articleliKiiratockat tlio rctfu ar ricea aud
UIBB a IIVU IlllUU 111
TEN PER CENT. ON ALL SALES.
lanre ai d small when they are pall fur at the time
i iiiniiiH1! iui mm i nr pi a n iiii'rraai aiuiia.
i nn pi ui in very iieri n mrnii. a irn aa
UCU BLACK AND t (llHtr l Hll.hl.
I YtlNM BLACK KICK r I FTS
ntLNlU MKniNO ANII I AHIIMlltr'C
1-Ul U Stt AND t Ml HI MM 1 I J ITilK.
tlliltU niAilthD IUU n
I a rem i Irte atm k of Did kh OeKJDI generally
ogrtber 1th a eidcudid atuck of
MOURNINC COODS,
f Ihe very heat feLrlqurM au 1 a comi lete aort
neul of
FINE PAISLEY SHAWLS,
fine Rod Blank rle Table Lluetia. T w Hi t, Nap
kin Hliirtliirfa HheeUua au 1 I autifla. ThiM
vhrimay refer lopay raeb f r them mjy coma es
ft ii uh ii pair ai iraai iuu iiim uui w, I'lirr
All triHUlamarli villi i IhIii Hiipvm. al I Iih I an .Imir
ket rrlcee.ai liodevlatl ti wl I be all vied racrpt
thaTLN ILRCKN1 UFF lull CASH
W. M.8HUSTERcDRO..
0111 Frunaylvaula Ivrnnr
d-Sse-t
FANCY ARTICLES.
Handkerchiefs.
Hemmed eat UnhemniAtl I lain Linen llaudker
chltfa for Lalnea (utlen eu au 1 Chi! IrciL
lAdlea aud Oeuta Initial Uueu (nlr1o Hem
sUtched Uaudkcrchiefs, half doscu lu f auey buxca.
Elegant Lace Collars
Imco llnnilkciclik'fs.
SHAWLS,
LADIES' LINEN COLLARS AND CUFFS,
IlDIL.1' HAMI L1IDKUIIILIILD I INL.N
MTMIM tt llllXtN
Ottoman Scarfs, Silk Tics,
WINDSOH SCARFS,
GLOVES
OHHtMtH J till ICARrS, Tltt ADO I0WI.
BO&AN & WYLIE,
I0IN and lOOHoventb at Narthvvral.
SHAWLS
IS
GREAT VARIETY
10K
Holiday Presents.
Rich black anl colored Silks Irish aud Firueb
lot linn, li alio I m,
llANDKLHClIJFFfl Infancy boaea.
1I)V1H of all kind.
HOSIERY in vreat variety
W a iu vita all In waut of Dry Oooda lo look through
our Block
WM. R. RILEY,
Jterfltf III Market Space.
, IANCY ANII HTAPLK HTOCK
J11 Y O l M
in THE HOLIDAYS
Plain and Etubn Idered U aud kerchief a.
(lent a Hcarf and Tlc
Mdie Cuffa and (miliars In embroider od scU
Iaco and h l Handkerchief a.
Iwo-buttmKrdfiloyee tl worth tl Co.
Tha vrv Imat Kl 1 (Hove Al bO worth e2."ft.
Hue iirocneani Btniea bbawis unw uoona at
rwlui
loco i rk.es iiiaca Dua. aii k
ail irrajtii-", yrtt
T. IN. NAirilAI
rbc.lv
il.11
eU Prnn. ave. sonth si le. belowSevcuth.
B'
A It U A I N 8 I
U 11 O 1 N S 1 I
88 pieces FLA ID (100DS, at S3 eta., chraj at BH cU
100 yard HEAVY I LAIN 1 LAID at a eta cheap at
BLANKETS, SHAWLS AND CASSIMLRLS vur
cbti.
J011NHON A. COLIUY,
deca-tf TH Market Space.
CAHHIA0b&
ESTABLISHED 1841. "
A. J JOYCE & CO,
Carrlngo Manufacturers,
11.', Ill, and 110 Faurlrrnlli Kl.
ItKPAlnlNO lu .11 Ita I nuvbe. All i.rrlivr. Ml
(01 Etl .tl. .tnruf. or oomuilMioli ar. luaured
AnENTtl for l)r.atr Co.. (of llrooiua .itv.1 )
rmb.vrnu. K.wYork .u.ll tf
iiEi'oim.iisr
JAN O tllPHANI,
OiT Hten wTaiberSiip.
(loiirt of ll O Eiam
V. . Hit Wll . ,
jAtewllbomclallto-
I miter of Lblcatro
ouiia.
luer Inchai cer) I
GLEPHANE & BRAILEY,
STENOORAPHERS AND LAW REPORTUIS.
Office No, 1 10 O atreet between First and Second
Btreeta, facimr inaii
funil.hivl i,t ImIIi
Btreeta, facimr Indiana aveu ia. Short band Report
Court, bepmltlt: uaTu Chancery AnrumenU lu Pat
ruiauea or leaumouy ana otner prooaetuuir in
ill, uti.aiiu( iu iiUHwrj Aiiiuinuia ui
C Caaea, le. . iTluted out y on tjT wrlUitar
ine furuUbed at inauuacniit ratea. m
ID.
C1IAWLH. llRLbU OOODU. IIN1N0B, 1I0SIB
I Jjlll OWLS SCARJSRIAP
GROCERIES.
BRYAN BROS.,
DEALERS IX
FANCY GROCERIES
001 l'rnn.,Util Amur.
lirhn
KA1MN
SflUrDOU ALMONDS.
)nKt.HH lAFrH SIIEI-T ALM
H ltlXlUnK8 U1IU1LNUTS.
OOHIOaNM
PEESERVES & JELLIES
IN GREAT VARIETY
GUAVA JELLY
MIHMUODM I Arttlfl
lNcnKWfXr,
ANPARAOUS.
ivfoiixiixiii?: iomt.e
DltYAN DR0S.,
(109 Frnnajlrnnlit Arenaie. ppwalt Melrw
PoHiiin Hotel. declMJal
CANDY.
allfreeh aud free from any oolorlug
l ceuta per In. e-lb. bote l Tl.
(MOlbs CHOCOLATE CRLaMH
i cent per pound,
! too lbs. CREAM BURNT ALM pN im
MlU EXTRA JORDAN AIMONDS
m cenU per iound.
I.&00 lbs GUM DROPS, ...... .,
to cenU pcT lb , Mb. boiee 91 A
RON nONB 1 10 I ASTF, JFL1 ' T OUM .PROf"
iotfAf.ai)MIiltt)PH (fH50ANUr.CUOtMLAtES.
twenty varieties not mentioned, at low price.
NUTS.
in ibe rrciN-i.
1.WW it, r vui is:
ISU ITALSUTS.
HOI f J)IIK(X AIMOXBII. .
IIIM.01I1M lorlt
Toiiii.MALAlA UUAII. . .
1IANANA8 rMiT.d (rMb .v.rr TumJ.7 Inm
UUANUL8 .nd LEMUN9.
Ja.1 nclrrd from DudiIm, BtioUuid
00 1 lb. J.r. MAHMALADE.
""riunuinnr.
CANNED GOODS.
Every variety of canned Kood In etore allow trto
FIILNCI1 UOODal
ajxitinsMtSHROOMS.
tiMittnall AM,
10UuSTitlSO BFANS.
APPLES.
loo I lie PRIMF NEW YORK APrLES
6 ii ucbela I HI Mr I"OTATOL8.
S)I11.NI WYiljlK ( IDEIC
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CHAMPAGNE.
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Spices, &.c, for Pickling,
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TEA I HAVE EVER SEEN.
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N. W. BURCHELL,
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FAMILY GROCERIES
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Call and eiaiulue Oooda aud Prlcea
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Dealer In WATCHFS. JEWELRY AND WATCH
MATHIIALH No. ea PeuueyKanla avenue betweeu
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