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OFJTICJE: No. 13 Tenths Strfeot.' rJ?hotaitonN Building, ' J . J ,7 I '.
coNamw "SMALL SINS.
11 Is tohe hoped that nono but men In
sound health will bo sent to Congress
for it costs iv tfreut deal to get ft member
homo If he should hnppon to die in
tir..1ilnilnn Tim fnllnwlnc In tho bill
paid to tho rJergeantatArms .or. tue.
House for transporting tho body of a de
ceMed member from' Washington to
Kaston, in Pennsylvania:
Hack lilf, assistance in careof rcmln, nnd
ai ranging for the funerl of the Jlottneof
Kepreaentatire -. m
M whlt silk salien for othcer of House aud
Mask (Ilk sashes for comrnlttie of arrange.
mnli ....... W JJJ
doien kW Riot c.m..m......,...-,Si. . Jj Jj
ftteu kid stores
1 iotn kill kIo?s - .. .........1.1 wj
I drvn kid glpui - gj
Trael of rn-siner t New lode aod talurn T W
Hack ta can moti and friend! todspot J8.SS
tar and expenses of escort and remains from
Washington. I, C, toEaiton, I'a J
Jlotel bill and hacks of fcaston.... ...... ........ .S
tfare nd expenses on return to Washington 1M.W.
' Tresel of aalUnt scrgeant-at-arms and two ,
' moMtunn, VaslilujjUn to Uaiton and re- .
turn, Vb tiiuuA wnh..- - f:f'
ntaL, ,. ,.t-.h,ihw
The free system, it appears, la bUU em
ployed to compensate f oniejof the officers
ofCongress. Ifthere is a "call of the
house," I. c., a general hunting up of
absent membors, the Sergcant-at-Arms
l.i permitted to charge five dollnrs find
twenty cent for "arresting, bringing be
fore the house, and discharging" tuch
absentee. If a hundred members arc
abient, which Is not unfrequently the
case, a call of tho house costs the coun
try five hundred and twenty dollars. If
witnesses are summoned to testify before
n committee, the b'ergeant-at-Arms
charge ft free and mileage for each.
Thus wry person summoned from New
Orleans to testify with regard to tho ne
gro ma-xiTe, cost us three hundred and
(seventeen dollar.-, and the cost of merely
summoning the witnesses In that n flair
was ?J, 202. It cost three hundred and
seventeen dollars to summon "General
Hamlin" to testify before a committee.
The object of the committee could no
doubt liavj.- been accomplished forthree
cents tind a half half a cent for station
ery and three couLs for potago.
Now if money is to bo thrown away in
this reckless manner, If .the capltol is to
remain the scene of waste and profusion
4 we find It now, then I say the people
j have a choice with regard to the persons
' who Miall be benefited by it. They do
not see any Justice orauy propriety In
Henry Wilton's being compelled to pinch
on Ave thouannd dollars n your, while
servants of the body to which hi belongs
retire rich after four years' nervier. It
brings a blush to tho check of every
properly constituted person to think that
a Justice of the HuprenH? Court should bo
compelled to expend his whole salary
for two rooms and board for his family,
while a man ho gets stationary con
tracts sets up hU carriage and buys pict
ures. If the Government I to be plun
dered nt ever . point by every baud, It is
time the npolU were more fairly divided
jjTln re is ny one remedy for this pro
fusion at the Capitol. Congress has hon
estly attempted to cut oirtho opportuni
ties for petty larceny. It naa attempted
it many times, but never with much
success. Tho mileage system, tho frank
ing privilege, the wild aud wondrous
waste of stationary, tho pocketing of
J'rench inkstands and costly penholders
the lugging homo of half reams of paper,
nml nil the small stealing of committee'
rooms, have been, by turns, the theme of
ridicule and tue object or legislation.
Home leaks have been stopped; but
others have been Immediately opened,
nnd the same thieves who pilfered under
the old law have plundered under tho
new. We ought to kuow bit this tlmo
that a privilege In a thing which Is
always and everywhere abused. Wo
ought to kuow that a perquisite Is always
nud everywhere a means oi corruption.
We ought to kuow that nearly every ono
in tho world who Is compensated by fees
gets much too much, or much to little,
or riots In abundance now, to bo started
to-morrow. Let Congressmen simply
abolish fees, perquisites, and privileges,
and accept in lieu theroof a proper In
crease to their salaries say double what
they now receive. Let members pay
their own postage, charge no mileage,
subscribe for their own newspapers, buy
their own envelopes and writing paper,
and compensate all their officers by sal
aries, Nothing short of this will ever answer
tho purpose. If Congress should permit
only so much as a bottle of luk to bo fur
nished to each committee room onco ft
a week, aud charged to contingent ex
penses, r widening crevice would bo
established through which a torrent of
colored fluids would continually pour.
Add pens to tho luk, nnd you would see
equlslto penholders, lltted with the most
oostly dlumoud pointed gold pons, and
huge cases of tho finest products of Uil
lott, heaped high in the storo room of
tho capltol. Completo tho list with pa
per, and you have a thick volume of
wonderful Items, and run up a stationery
bill, tho mero cllpplugs and extras of
which build houses and found wstato.
Tho solo remedy la to pay each member
a decout compensation not less than
$10,000 a year ftn.l allow neither to
members nor to committees bo much as
a sheet of foolscap or a penny penholder.
James Partou in the 'Atlantlo Monthly.'
TUESDAY EVENING: NOVEMBER
THE NEW COTTON CROP.
The.am'ouut of tfi'd new cotton Is a aub
JecC respecting nvhloh ho part of tho
couniry in indlflcrent. A bountiful yield
will give an impetus to trade every
where. It is therefore very asrreeable to
i:' 'ii- i mi f i '
ally favorable. .Ite porta from Texas are
very, good, also, from, Georgia. The Col
umbus 'Sun' says:
That Columbus will receive mors cotton
than last year Is undeniable. Berne proa
Inent dealers place . the estimate m high
as 76,000 bales. We1 have already re
ceived aa much aa came in to the middle
of November of last year. Borne think
the receipts after Christmas will be quite
mall, and the total at this point will not
reaeU 00,000 baleen Predictions regardant
prices are mere speculations, yet all ex
pect to bee further declines how much,
few have ventured to say. For tho
Mr daye the areat majority of the cotton
old here has beeu bought for Liverpool
markets and English spinners.
Tue New Orleans 'Picayune' has re
ceived glowing accounts of the condition
of the crops on the Upper Red River.
The prospects for an abundant yield were
OtIZOT Quizot has fivo new books in
1'KAiiouY George I'cabody Is serious
ly ill at London, and his recoTory Is
M. C's. Members of Congress are
gathering at Washington, In anticipa
tion of the coming session.
Tm: AUBTiiiA' Kmi'KHok. Great pre
parations are making at Constantino
ple for the visit of the Austrian Emperor.
kd Georgia Band got 35,000 francs
for her last novel.
Mci.iiMiACir The widow Mulhlbach
Is to marry a metllcInaLprofesaor of
Tiik KMiMiKss-EugenefSlrited when
sho was shown the photographs of tho
I'antin victims. f.
Alick Princess Alleeijalks of going
homo to her mother, becauee her hus
band U a George IV. j
Tli. inttll.la.l.l o.lJl. f .U..Ll.. I I I l-
bo over. Alt parties have agreed to
poitpono their difference.
A wide-spread conspiracy has been
discovered In tho "Turkish Provinces of
Alblna aud Ilezcgovlnia , nad several
arrest have been made.
IlELiaiO VS 1 TEStS.
Newark has elghty'nluo 'churchci.
The priesthood of Italy number H0,
000. Tho altar of St, 4 Stephen's (Church,
New York, cost $00,000.
Ten Hupllst churches havo bcen'dedi
catcd in Minnesota during the last teu
In Russia there are SS5 conventual In
stitutions, with more than 100,000 monks
Thanksgiving Day In Mlchignn and
Ohio has been proclaimed for the 18th of
Of seven hundred "Baptist churches In
Missouri, notmorethan twenty-five have
In tho three Iowa Conferences of the
Methodist Church there are 350 travel
ing ministers, and about 44,000 members
Mr'. Ellen G. Gusiln was on Thursday
last ordained as pastor of the Christian
Church iu Wost Mansfield, Mass.
The Presbyterian Church South has
eleven Bynods, fifty-four presbyteries,
and eight hundred and flfty-aeven min
isters. The East Genesieo (N. Y.) Methodist
Conforcnco lately passed a resolution dis
approving Freemasonry in very utroug
Fivo Irish Roman Catholic pries ta
have, during tho last month, beeu re
ceived luto tho Irish Episcopal Church,
Tho American Christian Missionary
Society's Convention concluded Its
labors iu Loulsvlllo ou Monday; next
meeting In Indianapolis.
Nature Is a book of aweetand glowing
purity, and ou every Illuminated page
the excellence and goodness of God aro
Tho curfew bell is still rung at Ply
juouth, England, every evening but Bun
day, from St. Androw'fl Church, com
monly called "Old Church."
Whllo a mother was brooding over her
poverty her lltllo sou ,eald "Mamma, I
think God hears when wo tsoruputhe bot
tom of tho barrel."
Tho henlth of Bishop Whipple of the
Episcopal dloceso of Minnesota, Is so
much Impaired that ho Intends spending
tho coming winter In Algiers.
It is n comfort to Christiana apart to
think that their prayers meet before a
throne of grace, and their persons will
meet beforo a throno of glory.
The first Sabbath In November is the
day.appolnted by tne" General' Assembly
of the Presbyterian Church, for taking
collection, for the i Board of Domestic
A Utah paper says that the wholo
number of missionaries called In. Utah to
f p forth and preach the Mormon gospel
to the people of tho United States Is
Nearly one hundred new school Pres
byteries have voted unanimously iu
favor of tho proposed union." Ministers
and people areof one mind and ono
heart In tho matter.
A preacher once said: "If you know
anything that will mako a brother'
heart glad, run'qulek and toll it; but If
It Is aomething tba- will cause :i sigh,
bottle It up, bottle U up."
Father Morrel), pastor of St. Alban'u
Episcopal Church, Novr"York, has ap.
piled to the Popo for permission to re
present his church at tho Council, at
Rome. Tho Popo has refused tho re
quest. Tho Robert College of Rebck, Constan
tinople, has Just graduated a class of six.
Tho examinations, which lasted live
dayo, were conducted In half u doen
different language, and wero very
Tho sixteenth session of, the Oregon
Annual Conference of tho United Breth
crn In Christ, was held in Yamhill coun
ty, Oregon, September 20( to Octobers,
Bishop Weaver, of Indiana presiding.
The brethern number, 1,051, J n Oregon.
The Worcester (Mas?.) 'Spy com
plains of the lack of etiquette In tho
churches of that city, which Is carried to
such an extent that "It appears that if a
man would worship God In some of them
he must take n lady with him or (tnnd
out In the cold.''
Bishop Clarkaon has ordained threo
Santeo Indians, In the northwest corner
of Nebraska, to the ministry of tho Epis
copal Church. They will bo employed
aa missionaries among their own people,
of whom moro than 300 aro communi
cants In the church.
Tho debt of 150,000 on the Methodist
Metropolitan Church, Washington Ciiyi
is to be paid by threo thousand ladies pay
ing ten dollars each. A committee of
iladies with Mm. President Grant at their
head lion been organized to consum
mate the measure.
The BapttstA of the State of West Vlr
gfnla numlwr .about 18,000 members,
divided Into tori District Associations.
Tho divisions that existed among them
during tho war are healed, and they aro
living and laboring together iu tho ut
At the sixteenth annual meeting of
the Ohio AfclatIon of Swedenborglau ,
or New Church just held near Cleveland,
the churches belonging to tho Asjocia
ion reported an aggregate of fifty-threo,
baptisms, and continuation: during tho
Tho mlssiouary work of Madagascar
increases so largely that the Loudon
Mlsslouajy Society proposes to Heud five
addltlodal mlssiouarlos in the Spring
Thero are now one hundred and forty
congregations many of thorn attended
by a thousaud hearers every Sunday.
At tho late annual meeting of tho
Missionary Board of tho Protestant Epis
copal Church, it appeared that tho last
year's collections for domestic melons
amounted to f 140,000, and or foielgn
Prof. SchafT, of Now York city, re
turned recently from Europe, having fin
ished his mission in behalf of tho Gener
al Conference of tho Evangelical Alli
ance, which Is to bo held during tho au
tumn of next year. Prof. SohafT has ro
eelved promises of personal attendunco
aud co-operation from the most distin
guished divine of all denominations iu
Groat Britain and tho continent.
At tho rresbyterlou Synod at Sing
Sing, complaint was mado of the fluctu
ations, changes and alterations which
often destroy church connections. Pos
sibly one reason for this Is tho fact that
Presbyterians require a fresh examina
tion ot an applicant for admission when
ever he desires to chango his church con
nection. A good many object to theso
repeated investigations. Old Goncral
Scott could take tho oath of allegiance
every day before breakfast, and rather
liked It, but few constitutions jiro strong
enough to bear such a test, and certainly
it Is not oftrin necessary.
Tho American Churchman speaks of
somo of tho expedients to raise money
for church building as a tasteful ming
ling of religion with tho world, tho flesh
and tho devil. Some congregations, tho
editor says, eat themselves luto a now
church, somo fair themsolves Into ono,
somo locturo the building up, brick ou
brick, and some flddlo and dauco ;the
entornrlso through. Ho regards tho
enthusiasm' with 'which pooplo will eat
aud drink and buy fancy pin cushions,
will dance and sing aud flirt and gamble
for the glory of God and tho ereotlon rf
a house to Ills honor, as ono or the sights
of this century.
At the late meeting of the Presbytery
: r-r-S :
Brother W said early in his minis-
try ho fttid another brother, wero con
dueling a mooting in which thero was
much religious Interest. An old man
gave xpresBlon ftjgj
and continued it until itrtWiran loHnter-'s
runt the services. Brother H-
brother W , "Go stop that old man's
nntaa 'I TTa Wnnf In lt!t mnA tiuiba
wuusi uu iud aouwng xno as 0v JSBW KNOf.AND. Jty John tf,
onco became quiet." 'Brother1 H ',n two toiums crown uroi cioutf !
asked Brother W , "What 4ld you"fhntr)r.rnifrryn r'nebto.l .lefplr'v.'
say to the old man that quieted hlmZ
promptly?" Brother W reDlled : "I 'J rthr, thr wnni of which im mi
. .,. . " . -,
asked him for a dollar for foreign mis
."When I was some yearn ago at
Hkleld,' eay Whltefleld, "I went Into
a glass-libuso, and thVre I aV aeveral
masses of burning glass of various
forms. 1 he workman took one piece of
fflAM unit n..f If lnf H,n f,.rn.,- iU.
" i - - " . -v,, .uc
no put it into a second, and then Into a
third. I asked him, 'Why doyeuput
that into bo many fires?' He auswered
me, 'Oh, sir, the first was not hot
enough, nor tho second, and therefore
we put it Into tho third, and that will
make it transparent.' 'Oil,' though I,
'tfocs this man put tills glass Into ono
furuaco nftcr another, tlmt It may ho
rendered perfect?' O my God, put mc
Into ono furnaco after another, that my
soul may bo transparent, that I may see
God as Ho Is.'
oi.on.Ki "Vt:ri:itAaM,'ir tiii; ackr.
The act of tho Louisiana Leglslaturo of
1807, giving ?I60 pension money to such
surviving veterans as can no found who
fought In tho battlo of Now Orleans, 181C,
has led tho scheming and pluuder-shur-Ing
brokers of New Orleans to Incite all
tho old negroes to put iu a claim. Tho
scenes that occur at the examination of
"witnesses' boforo the courts, are amis
iugennugh. As a specimen, tako tho
following from a lato issue of tho Now
Yesterday a "veteran" so called) ap
plied to the Hon. Louis Power, of tho
Fifth District, to make atlldavit that he
was an old soldier of 1S14 15.
What company do you beloug to?"
An evasive answer was given.
"Who was your Major?"
A similar answer.
"Who was your lieutenant-colonel or
Ho couldn't tell.
"How old are you? -
"Nluoty-seveii years "
"How old at the battle?"
"Where was tho Hold of battle?
"Down at the mouth of tho river."
"How far from here is tho mouth?''
"I dunno I comofroui South Carolina
here (o light that battlo."
"Was the battle-ground one mllyfrom
New Orleans?" ,,
"Was It ten? flfty?-one hundred?"
"What do you mean by the mouthiof
"I mean whnr do Mississippi falls Into
"Old man" ead Colonel Power, "take
back your money; you never saw'the
battlo of New Orleans."
Another "veteran" was called.
"Wero you at the battlo of Now
"Capt. Cofl'e, massa."
"What's your major's name?'
"Fore God, I dun forgot."
"How far from the city Is the battlo
field?" "Just about fortv-seven miles."
"Are you suro or that?"
(A nudgo from another "veteran, "
who said, "sovon miles, you d d fool.")
"Yaa sir 8oveu not forty-sevou
Have Louis Power. 1 'The allocations are
false, and you tho allegator know it,"
Tho veteran tr.ok his paper, aud the
broker, who has accomnauled overv ono
of these veterans to swear that he was at
the battle, otu-red tho clerk his feo.
which was dUdaiufully cast asIde,Baylng
to tho sable applicant, "If you were a
veteran, I'd charge you nothing, and If
you aro not you nave perjury ou your
ir Ton Wut
Mtri to nub dollar bottle of tha t.l Hilr B
Morstitoeirr usoJor retlorinf jrhJrt IUnj
jnal color, f a J 3i cmtk for a rekt.
If You Wnut
Mi-e Wh!U IV eth. Heklth; Gams, ud i f l krutk
wnJ for oor TURKISH DENTIUI'ICK, prlc, s
If Tow Want
A curt euro for ilcalch, Catarrh, DeifneM, or but
!ng In tho ru.i, sfnet for our 8TKRNUTATOBT
Trie M Cfnti.
itu Hither of thabor ot post-paid on rlfi
AtiiliC! Joi'ph K. I.tthu, 4)1 Markit atret, 81.
J)u;, Mo. 17 Jjdaw
A Itnro Collectlou. Rowland's Receipts.
itK"; Art, l)iseoTerie, etc., comprisinc raluabU
information for ct.-r;lodx. Sent by wall, (free of
postaji') ror ') CfiitJ.
AMrrsjH. K. NORHANDT, 801 Market atreM, 9
LouU, Mo. at27daw!y
Of nearly one hundred receipts for making brandy
all kind of Wine, Oln, Ale, Beer, CordUU, Fuperler
Cider, and much other meful Itiformition for tbodt
(leAlluglnormsuufacturiOKany oftbo abore, either
for tho trade orhomoute.
Bent by mail, free of pistiie.iar rV;enta. AddreM
It. K. NOHMANDY.COl Mrket itreel.flt. Louia, Uo.
nreir Marrlsgs Gal4,
AN EHS.tr ron YOUNO MEN, on rhylololeal
Krrora, Abuses and Oiseaiei, Incident to Youth and
i:srly Manhood, which create Impedimenta toMAit
nlAGK, wilhiuro meansof relief. Sent in sealed let
ter cute'.opcs, free of charge, Addre, Dr. B. 8K1L
LIN IlOUnitTON, Howard AseocUtloa, PMUd.
phla, t'a. aenswJai
JOHN II. OBERLY & CO
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Ily Harm O'hrijitiixn Ander
",0 'Tb,ulno crown vo- rneo m clou,
lMk the extcmMsof Unlf mer
uoct'a. IlrcirvthiDir which Mi
iTPiiflrmuT nuTi" notfd m choraMonsi
LnotflftAtthMr ffitiml will hA rl!nvnrfl .
MVnnnup lOUIPli Will UO UMOOTVifSM, .
i oritheir fjrtunf, hn uniailjr rc UUd b
lOKKNS'H WORKS. Mont
itrtictna matter not In any othrr collrg
K0Rllh or American. In 11 Tolutner.
hn of ovrr 12iX) jingo coM unpnrrilcly U
on. HI .00.
NIMOItE. COOPEIfH C'OMPI.KTB
Il Kditioa, :t2Tolnmp, fio.s
TIIK FIRST NATIONAL HANK
At (lie Cloir ol Uiilnem, October 9, 186S
lAtnnt anil Mtcounte J iX 617 11
oti-r, ruft. ...;:.::.r:. a "
:. .. 'wnu, to iwiuro circulation n.ano on
LiH 'a.'l!? "iJU'KlM Oil IliWd 3,310 C5
Other ''loelin. Hon.U nuJ MorlsiReii i Aii Id
I)iio frf.mlWMiiunj5 ana Keicno Aaont.. b.ttl f"
Due front othcr.Nntiunal IIjn 8 3M
lut from other llnnU anU H.ukem 1 ,vn 37
UpM Ktn!e 95
Kurnlturi aua Kutuiv ,... l
(Jirrreni Ktpon.e. 4i2x 0-i
laxei. fai l........ ... 3,su 2J
IComllUnre inTrrnll i,7 it
Cmh Iti-mi. iiKlu ling SUuipv..r ... ir, 00
Ca.h nn Iwnd : HUM of othr .Villon-
l .viki.......,.. e,2 (O
V riwtloniil Currency, Inc. .NWkolj.. f to
Hpecie-Coia.... 4W 80
I.eglT.n'lr.N.Jte ... 17.4WOO A.M' l
KpllalA(.Kk pni. In iW),V tl
Kxchanxe . .. tjiu :
Int-cet , 4 MS W
Profilandl.o- 1167 &t
National Itnnk cl-iilatioti ouMtuJlnL'.... To!&4i u
IntllTKlual I)po.lt.. .... t3,05 Tl
SUleof lllinoln, County of Alexjuntcr.'M!0
.';.0.- ! ll'!?'' Ch' of tho KIrst Nalionantunk ,
of Clro, Illlnoi, weAr lint tho nboio tatcmol ts
true, to the bt of iny knnttlrti;e anl belluf.
. . . , . . O.N. llUOllra, Conhler.
BnjncrllMilsnJ worntorroro tat; thli 19tn daro
October. ISM. s. H. HAY, Notary IliMir.
Correct Attest :
n. nun D, I
J. T. Hi:.VMK, ocWJiir
r Tjrro coNjiTroN
TSIK CITY .VATIOXAli BAMt
Al t'loao of IliiiliirKH, October Btli, Ht
lAAntAnd )ountj ..... M..JI17,321 (U
Orerdrufts J 482 IT
U. H. Hoodi Uitiacu-o t'lrcul itioo jcn,uuo ou
II. fl. Hond ou hand- 1 j.ioo (w
Overstocks, iloivU and MortKa............ 19,HC 81
piHfroin Hoeecimns and Reitero Ageutd. 1C.797 in
Due from other hatlonul Hunks 1,771 7.1
One from Hank and Uantrrn 9S(A H
Haflklnt? Iloiuo . 5i,0OO t
Othorlteal hUto 18,111 O?
Current V.xftn$ct , 3u
jAxetl'M , ... M, 1.-J62J4
:ah Items, Including Stamp 3,114 T.
Hill of other Naiiouxt Hnki. 8,0f 0
t rational Currency, lucludln NioktU 1,71 J 1
Hpecls-Coln..... t;iu 6
I.ejsal Tender Jote 'i,700 OO
Treasurer U. r., MutiUteJ Currency for He-
Ptnpton . ;....k 1,000 0
Capital Htock In .
cxchanti 3.138 I
Interest 3,C3a It
Piotlt and Lo.j. ..-.... 1J.17K C.
National lUnk Circulation ()iitt-uJmit.,. Mi.oto ou
Indlrldual Ivpojit li,MJ K
Pueto lUuVtAnd Hankers. .. M 778 OS
I. A. It, Hart ji I, Cdihler of Ilia City Nktlouil Uiuk.
of Cairo, do nolrmnlj iincnr tht theabore tlatuniwof
la true tu the bent of my kuow Indite and belief.
Subtcrit'ed ind woriito tieforn m. this 18th dir of
Octolwr, 1JW, II, II. CAN OKI', Notary I'ubllo.
a. ii. a.rrui(ii, cuhior.
O. 1). WILLIAMSON, VDirectun.
W. I'. HALLID.VY, j
J1REE LUNCH I
A free lunch wilt b ericl up at the KfpUta i
loon and ronlaunmt, nttcu o'clock e cry morulni,
The restaurant bu Uen recently titled up, and pr
soni cn boaocoiniuodatod with meals at all hours.
Corner of KUili street and Commercial Arcnue.osxl
door to Post Ofiice. II. Ut'lTNER.
ALUAULU O IT Y PROP 13 UT Y FOI!
Aa i:tiUiir 6Uustwt Dweiliiiy Hou.t
I will sell in v dwclhut li'iie, sltu'ited on the cornel
of Sixth and SValuut, with tho two lot ujion which it
stands, on rea-toiiable terms. Tho hotte contains nt
fuotns nntt a kitcliHii. ia urll nrrttntrAiJ. well unishOu.
supplied witheis, cistern, uuthouae,et' , aii'l nil iu
nrsi rale condition, rorprlceanl ierm-.ap.iyai m
hvp, on Blith street, near I.ece lr';', ,.., . . -o.'itf
R DIN A WCB NO. 02.
He a ordained by tUe City Council or tha City
Sic. 1. Tlwt tho chief of tho night police at-kll t
hereafter paid threo sO-lU) dollars per tilaht. andtli
other polite conJULI son duty ut night shall bo paiJ
Approred, Ootolert. tl&9.
wis lot JOHN H. OBERI.Y, Myof.