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A fie at C hi. 34", jf-f:.!iy iii'-ruiiu-, !.- :
iT j ii r- j-rty alt. J tt ?. j
Dmitl T.t.-M.'n.. Treasury Ar nt at M- :
-L-su.Ml li'-.Mhn !.n t....i..lmc(f the j
t"t.irrJ Mal mttr fr in lytii-iana. !
TLf Sjuth-n-r-t.rn A . itti .l Prmwill
4'.!J a mrUm;,- at Mci-i-liis on tho 1-th in-t. J
r.x-rctxl ! rotary Mail'ry,lt I esM, w ill
If t;i':J Uf.Te athil tribunal within thirty
TL !iNiri'l LcgMalure hai jaMi
the cor.s'u.utici ai n. n jini nt aboIUhin:?
slavery. !
Mr. a. J Lis n.Ki.iz n f rivn. .ut.,
In Jiina, was kii 1 on Vcir.f -Jay by 1. in
rua c-.cr with a tira. I
r. M. I'.rurr-, Lvj., lat nmnbf r of tin) ,:.
f...ra:: Cj;v,'rn-i, Lai jn;v :i!"J G.:ural i
Ur. -'Ainri c with 1 -V"-'".
J -J :it...l yet rJay lii rniu, :ui1 In th-
ut- rtixjn vi( tit itrdycl l.y lirr.
G ü'Til Ort'-:; U to bs tri' .1 n hit r turn
to .Mtxu-o f r st.iyin:; In Xh: l i.it" J -Utes
l i.u; ! ic of l.U Govi riüii nt.
A ".:n l'raa- U"olijiat h rrH,rt tin; di -v- J -rv
f li h SolJ i.lar.r at lkn l.Orou. SOUTHERN CONGRESSMEN.
:.: i t,''i nu-tt hj-lt- n fnJ. I a
1 n. 1 w ill accrpt tli- 3I( xi'-an iuU
i. u, if u-urf. by tin- I'triMi-nt that the I'oli- I General Grant's Movements.
ry f.f Ij.. Gor:nii nt t!H) a Otvi.l.-.l fni-. . .
--:v t'Tl s:e.:?,,3irTr: i
01'.- a:itl Several th r !uil lin. alx.ut
Aai. the Ii h-trat totbo D-c Uall Con
Jiiti .u f.o-i! iu Chicago on HVJnclAy, we
LOt. -e the Dfiim-s of A. r.rewtr, Wf-t-rn Cluh,
iE 1 J. (. Mi-Klroy, ALlti C"ln. Indiana
Cy th-stranuhii Aii we loam that the j
t; :ir.i-h Mini-try h.ne itt niinrl to l.a k out
of the Chilian aair. Miihfn, the Fi uian
II .i I C :.tr , hai ii'.t y 1 1 bt n r -cai'turt-d.
- Tl' . rc i coR-iidiTaMe had fr lin -xistin
tet'Tc! n th? I Vni in uatr and rmident Juhn
"MahTit-y, and tL; lattt-r has i-sin d a jdarard
ixilu liu j tin tuatur fn-fii the o flirt- of the
F rji m !!r th rhMid.
Mr. i r au' nt of the A iat-d l'rt ,
ha i, ,iitl d edit r-n th.it h p Mfl. r coj i. - of
; u-:: - d.-t.m..-.it wi.l only 1 f urn!, bed by
f. . 3 . 3 I
i.ii. t IL.. who do not require the formality
f & I .il lr,:i 1 to iu-ure thvir t oinj-lijiire with
:.a P.it f Uj" t !ear:-t honor. Tlie C'iin inn.tti
Co ifi.rn'il mi 1 C'liira.) Tribune were guilty
d a t. n-.nh of faith in i-uMi-hiu: Gemral
Ciarit's r i-vrt iKf.re the t.me j-ci iiird, and
iiiv rv.iii.ti. 'ir. .rai,, no i.ouoi, aiiM
v . . .i . . i .. . . . . ,..
ru' r-: iarti:ularly to tb in.
- - - I
ynoi.i vi l.rlIntiv l'rorertl-
lug.
In the JrEiv ate yesterday a b nthy ni nio
rial va ir r.tcd from holder of .State Ujiid,
jira lüg that prevision lc mad; for their Jay
xacut tatst ui&nth; whi' h wa n frrred to the
Social Coioniitte on the ft t i!i bt.
The nei ial order brin the ctiu,iderati.u of
,1 , . ... , " , . . I
h- J-;intm,ltttwn f t an amendment to the ,
hlxlu Con-.t.tutiuu, by str.k.t.,5 out the thir- !
tccuth artitl-; thereof, the S-n.ite refued to i
I'as. it t a the third reading by j a 2, nay 21.
Ti.c 1:1! hi rtlation t lu-.uraneo Compani
V.M a-i:d )tas 'J;, na)S 1.
Tho arucuduicnt t" the ih liii'i'icnt tax bill
W5 kit.
Tii'j U.l cran Jin,' the juri-ilirti..n of rand
Jürr was passed-yea naysC.
Thu Li'.l authorizing the construction of t
tucco warthouM-., nr., wa imssrd.
A reclutivii iu relation to War Lr.an Uond
TTas iatroductd by Mr. Vawter.
The bill inrrea-in the iowr of the Hoard
cf Sinking Fund Couimiionrrs, itc, after
i:sii debate, ras'J ytas CI, nays 13.
The eon side ration of the rebel raid bill wa
postpoEcd until ha!f-pat nlno o'clock thl
xaoru'.a'.
The bill f r a valuation for taaliou of the
property cf Ilailroa.' Coiupanica was taken
Up, end dchated until the adjournment.
Ia the House, yesterday, several memorial
and iictitku were jTouJitcd, whh h were
properly referred.
A bill wa introduced for abolUhinj the
c2icc cf PreaiJcnt and Commissioner of the
Siiikln Fund, tte. It wa passed to the
eeond reading, and three hundred copie or
dered t. be printed.
A Y i sr 1 -it um in t r1iii-r .1 t.v Mr. Mili-.iV v :w
adopted, reciuesti., - the Aud.ior of" Mate to re-
port a aeon a ratt.ca! what amount of
Ekect has been paid t.i the State Printer for
m " I
the year lstT.
Tbc Indianai'dU Criminal Court b;ll w ere
eftlled up, and Uiad.: the peeial t-rdcr immedi
i'ly after the State LVbtl ill shall b deposed
Tho Lcornrtive Engineer bill wa made the
pecial ir lor for ten o'clock thh morning.
"Jo, o;nS ,ho ,0,,-Mor,,. -f !
the Jciut Committee. Mate Ivbt sinking j
Fund bill, it wa taken up and debated during ,
tie balance of the morning session, and during i
the entire afternoon session, and wa not con
cluded at tue lour ti ai;ourntnrnt. . WOuiidel.
I m'.vin. A report was current thi afternoon
A enlloii amciiff Ctnirr hutcii. tjl;lt lt:xn had notified the liritish and French
A New York Utter to the Philadelphia 1 Covcrnments of her willingness to accept the
Ifu;er ays: mediation of the European .Hwcr in the Chi-
O.utr a sensation habe, n e; -atrd am.uig j Ilra?iffil-1ll-rs ls-manJ aan international ar
Cburhnieii by certain t ti aor.iinary services ! , f ' ...i..,,,..,, ,,r tl... tfir.
old id st. Albaus vl i w,.p.d , thurch. in
cruip.renl H l me I-n-r. anun ...
i he vbon-fcr U: are list t.nly drcsid in sUr- (
I iirrs. but also i;i bl.uk ci-sack reaelmig to (
tin ir lect. ,nc H 'ht were burning near tlie
chanv-el. tci but that may h ive been oing to
the darkufs o. tlie d iv.
The Kcv. i'. Murill I rrrtor. r.ntl hi asit
tr.t. the K.'v. Mr. Pi. -. . :t. Th. low hur. h
mca are .uit; KandalL ! ly these inlti. .
l ta'.k about iuvolvir.g th" intervmii n of
t'lM.- Lishep.
m
iTTOn Uaruir..- tti-.u;h the Courier J
l i'.t I nts that m i.;.. m Sn d. r w a t".m d
in t!.- l':.;i i -i it. s t r hiving ob.
tiuid a ki-5 t Mi-, P.,. 1.
w ithout li t
f Pari, cx-
cr.pM.i.t.tl: i L in:!i:i- 1 '.1 i::rh P..
Ui;
I r.cr.'T. f'.:5 c.-r.:T ! -mj Irill yet havemy
bines. Likv I. u i!:.. I w ill -luicrat. in a
tiCl-le caue to the i..i;T if F kiln."
And hit wt ni l o.i .! :h r.-V iu-niirrd
rac (f L.r i:i::io:t !'i .. t,-'
Vh..t: why 1 w
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;TMi-. . r. a pr :nln. nt l-'i;i;vrt5,v
m'iii n:ui tLurvii-,-- r. in w'i try. t'.-nn..
wui cr.u.'Lt tho t;;ir ir .i.! ; itiu i !. r
Ir.iu .'v tivia th-.U::;:.-ry ti.tr. i .U.t n..i:i. l
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v il.atar tLa tttt it I'jec ngratlou.
..dd the deputations that vi-ite,i mm that
j n tun lav. :.id servi.v, w, re more Pu y- , ln,.aMirt!, m be taken for the protce- !
Itc thra l..-. Pusev huiw It would vinctn.n ; of Fr.nrh Commerce in Chili. The reply j
and a wr! known lt:.-h 1 hurebinan remarked , . l , , . , Fon.i:rn 0l,v to the ,rft.monal
to. me tins turning that he way of doi, : , m. rehant Mate, that instruc
thmgs at the celebrated M.oi.son trc, t Mi-o-n j( vnt on the Mil to the Bntish Min- I
that-. 1. some i ar a rr. w as n.itr ev nngeli.Ml . . . .... , ,i . i
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THE INDIANAPOJLI
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NIGHT KliPOKT,
LATER .NEWS FilOM EUROPE.
STEPHENS STILL IT LARGE.
"
THE CHILIAN DIFFICULTIES.
EnxIMi KrlicI Iloii-Uiolilcr.
0
itiiTiii:ti most Jinxico.
VIRGINIA LEGISLATURE.
KENTUCKY EOAKD OF AID.
Internal Rovcnuo
Matters.
DECISION BY COMPTROLLER CLARK.
IntrowtIiitr to DcKcrtcr.
Ar.i
tVr.i Ac.
Later from Ewopo.
Halifax, IteniM-rH. Thetoamhi Aia,
from LivtriMx.l on the ith, vUCjuet-n-town on
the Wtli, ha arrived. Dates twu days later.
JMmx, NovcinUr The Turia torren
iondint of the lilhbti aav-: The Spanish
! -Ministry have dnidod to hack out of the
Chilian affair, and the SpanUh Admiral hai
ii trl ml to mi'iM-nd oix rationa.
M ihi-n. tlie F enian Head Center lu
In land, has njt hot n reeaidured.
. l-.Vl:uf.-U Nove mber -'I he
Jav,, from New rk. arrivetl uei
hteamor
t-re at one
im Iih k this altt rnotm. lie w as detained an
hour at the bar for want of water.
Tin l'ari l'atrie Droinineiitly imhlifcbes tb
followini;: I.rient t trreM)inlenre bai bruiiht
a rumor from New lork announcing a rui-
tureoftbe relation Ix-tween our uiinitrr ut
Wn.liiiiL'ttm anI the rovenunent of the
I t"..:.. - - . w;. ...... ff ...i.ln l.mpnql. Illl'A
I, mini .--laie. ri4.- iu.'ii jvmun "
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i rnit'ii uic rumor. i ui- imui miw. i-
the ruinor.
' low Ii not to cKe A full denial. It aiear
in wiine or tn Anu-nran journal anu tiuer,
ali in the Cuurriir ilea L'nis of November lu.
We attribute it to ioiiticai and tlnanrial hpeeu
lation. We are Informed the New York market wa
nun b exritetl by it announcement, and it
author have turned it to areount. A retard
the politieal Ipeclllator, it w a thtir object to
L'ain their own inten ds. A regard England
ari'l .Mexico, tltev wished, at all eot, to throw
uiion France the hatred entertained In the
Jh :n?I:uljf at))Utthe mune time
faor th; lat aoitivc attempt of the Juarez
party in Mexiro. Thu with that object in
view, the rumor wa r:uei ti a uuirrence w-
twn n lari and Waobiuxton a regard the
Fj;yjtian black troops, but all these reports
are lalw.
Ijijnuon, November 23. The T.ntii-h .ov
emnient olb r a reward of Xl for the recap
ture of Stephen, the Fenian Head Center of
In land. Thev aNo offer :o for information
that may lead" to hi arrest, w ith free pardon
to any person or peron concerned in hi es
ccnpe w ho may (jtvc ouch information. 'oth
i known a to the mode or mannt r of Ste
phen' escape, except that hi liln-ration must
have been effected by some of the prWon of
ficer. Liverpool, Novenilx-r 2.". A requisition 1
lKingiuadeinthiscity, asking the Mayor to
call a meeting to consider the condition of af
fairs in Jamaica.
Latest ri. irr.KNSTowN LoNixjx, No
vc mix r it. The Pari correspondent of the
tihbe, state that a Cabinet council of. the
Spanish Minister ha Ixeeii held, at whic.1i it
wa unanimously oted lo back out of the
Chilian affair. Imperative order had bceu
received rid New York, ordering Admi
ral l'aeja to itop pro eeiliu'S, to report pro
gress and await order from Madrid.
Kämest entreaties have reached the French
Emperor, asking him to lu-e hi kxJ oflire, in
conjunction with England, toward a pari tic
solution of the affair.
It is stated the rcort of the Parliamentary
Committee on railways w ill be adverse to the
transfer of railway luauaeineut to the Gov
t r'.niieiit.
1 lie latest ofileial report regarding the cat-
ll . . I . ... ... m.. Sm A il In S, tr. . ,1 . 1
I,1 lf Uie A. A (i. W. U. y. ,to.k
holder. ir .Morton lVto and Mr. Forbes
made laborate statement and rcjwrt upon
the condition and prospect of the line which
thev represent a most promising.
The Dublin Star says: Parliament will pro
bably meet ou the thtf January, to organize,
and "that the regular business of the sessiou
will eo.umence on the 1st of February, with
tlu .h li rv of the Ouet-n'a bleech.
The question of Parliamentary Keforin tdiows
increasing agitation.
ÄÄÄ
a ,extvr tlie most terrific known for many
j t.ars. "i'he weather continue! verv boisterou.
" A military riot wa reported at Martineiue,
Oct ween a larze uotiy in remans uu m'iuc
foreigners. Mm teen were killed and five
,,, , ,, .- ,..,., MV-tint Xant.lrt.n had)
, ml lll;4t n,r M:.jetV (iuvemment
wU, h(T Um endesvor to bring aK.ut a
, .,...:...:.. tT the ,iri.M-nt disastrous
tatc if tbini?".
i:nclila ltrbrl Uandholdrri.
W.siiiNr,Tor, iVvimbrr s. S.me doubts
h av ing Ikvii CNprt ssed a to the authenticity
of the list previously published of some of the
ubsenUr to the fcNl loan in England, a
oomph te lit is giv en of the bondholder on the
rct.il 1-ook at the payni. nt of the Iat interest,
als.ut NovcmlH-r. l"Si.
Thi list alo shows whether that pajment
ofintcrcst wa received or ne-t by the exclud
ed. The interest bears from Sh") to $I,nu on
ea b. and it is !epresentl Nuit isMMiu in
exrrss cf the original three millions, anil was
inrornvtly placed on the Loudon market by
the reU-l agents.
it will l rcmrmNred that IV Lane, of the
London Time, and other denied that tlu-y
w ere subscriber to thi loan. The denial may
be accounted for by the fact, as the list hhows
thev did lo t receive the last payment of inter
est," or thrir name luay have !. u ued to prt-
enre their influence, without calling upon
thei.i for their subscription. Personal sket he
are -iven of some of the relel Nnd-holdcr,
' v. ht s" names appear on the official reU l lit
a entitled to iiiterot at lat payment, ou or
, al ..ut the mouth of NovimUr,
A How ltetitrrn thr I'rnlaii Senate
uml lrritent O'.'Haliortri;.
Ni"A ouk, IVivmNr ,.The following
p st.r i" tli-pl.iyc.l at the Fenian Head. piar
tt r. in tin- t n v :
It belli.' .'.!... .1 ad visible to keep dishon
est j t rs. ii, fr.-m the t:nc of the Healuar
ti rs t f th Fi :v. in Un th. rh s,!. a w 41 a the
enemies i f the I'.r tin rh n-d. from it v shiaMe.
The 1- Ii . in- p -rous urr t-xciudnl for js.r
f.dv until f.:rtlor n -ti.v: Janirs (libbon.
Ph'da Ulj hi.i: Mi. ha. 1 o.pl, n. Chicago; J.
W. FiUsiTsld. me inn it i : P. t-Iburke. New
Yrk Citv; P. Hans -Ii. l.ouisiiie; W. Milli-
an. Ti:hn. hi : U m. Fb tning, Tn-v.New
Y,r: P.trirk.'.M.li n. N,v i City; Ed
ward UJ ary, Ni w . rs. it ; W . U. Koltcrts.
'."i!ud, Jx. Mahunv.
PrisiJ.i t y. n.
'Irr lu Iiiraj:.
n.o' lKv iuNt . A lire thi m. rr.in:
t
diV.n-tid tie l u.i..:n t n tlie ccrmr i f
t l it We aii.l J.i. k. n tr.t. The Uw, r ller
wtre .xvupil li ;'i.r t. n , irx good, and
furniture. AU ut twtatv U:ui!i s were re
i !ir. ' in the ü;'m r t . ri-. Lo. C.'s
1 lie I"r.-r.l l!.ttit t hureli. .n the e rnr
of Jac n ncd IViu stro t. wa dtl:atctl
Vcttr.liy r.u-ruing. an d.tr. vcd lire iu
tho nftt ni". ii. L". tli
llealruetlve l ire In lewa.
M'ct.i.r-;-;:. Iow a. Iw,m!r A tirethi
nx'riiiii ' it,niinietl thr l"-t tüee. Ms..re'f'r
II . ii . Mi art IU!1. antl oine wtNiden biuld
iu.'. The ! i etimatetl at t-Tt',". lo-sur.tnet-
unknuwn.
TliVi ol llarnry-
Xrw ViRh:. Ioi nihT !. Itarncy tvaa held
t b-üi in f l.? on thrre lntlktuit-nts. found
l y the (.rand Jurr to-dtr, charclrir tim with
f -rfcinCuWia lloue böod. This 1 the eJ
l.t.'. irandulcnt ljsinj of alco'iril through
t tLsCu.icua liouk.
isicr :ti .uj.ti tu. aii'i in1 in im.! i.iti4.tri - in... i
! From alreSulr ide at .Tletbllr.
I l'.tllr, Ierrinl.r huri'ln 1 r.r.'l
i Ijrhtv I1. .f -.tfn p.-.! up tor M. lxui.
j ami 1 f r th bi m r.
j -aniil T. Iiihb.n, frot.i lUtn. Trvaurr
i Arent at Mobil. o.ininitt.-l uicM; by rutting
i b. threat, en the :M in-t.
THE VERY LATEST.
THULK O'CUXK A. M.
, Ct-NEJIAL OKA.VT MOVEMENT).
New York. Iect mber .Charleston ad
! vitro say: tiener 1 (irant Kfl the city f'-r Ha-
v ana, on the 3d, Intending to atop at Hilton
I Head, for iervnal ln-ifction of that iot.
; I Miring the reeeptioii at ( barletjn, Oeneral
(irant exprrel great plcaure and satisiaeiion
at the general good feeling, spirit antl diposi.
tion whieli li hatl olTetl alonsj hi route,
evinced by rsouthem iple towarl th iov
cniment, aixl their cheerful adoption tf the
new order of affair.
MKXICAX AFFAIR.
A Itb r from Urownsville of the th sys:
The re-ent abandonment of the lege of Mata
inoraji by the Liberal wa eau'l by the lack
of ammunition. A ship lead purchased in one
of the Northern cities was delayed in its ar
rival, and icneral Eseombrc was therefore
eomjelleiI to withdraw a short distance from
the tow n, w here be still remained ready to
reassume ths slcgs as oii a properly up
plitd. A Utter frm l!ichmonl sav there were
C,27t hogshead of toba-eo in w are houses of
that city on the .Vnh. The writer think very
little will be raised in Virginia next year.
Ik-ceraU r and January are month w hen prep
aration must ! made for planting tobacco,
but planters have been, thu far, unable to
make any arrangement for labor, and have
little prospect cf effecting any.
A fetter from Harris affirm the previous
statement that great pressure i being made up
on Napolo n's government fr the withdrawal
of the French troop from Mexico.
fi:eeiman'ü affairs.
Iitatches from Washington say that Gen.
eral Howard's report on freedmen's affairs is
koffut. He doe not think there will be much
suffering during the w inter.
SOUTHERN CONGRESSMEN.
The Southern delegations will generally re
turn home noon, except those from Tennessee
and Virginia.
Organized movements for the immediate ad
mission often member of Congress baa Ifgun.
It is sustained by prominent Kepublicans in
both House.
CAM-H UPO.V THE PRESIDENT.
Many members of Congrc called uion
the President to-dav.
It 1 denied that Mr. Haymond ha leen ten
tiered the chainnanship of the Comniitte on
Foreign Relations; and it is further stated that
be i not pressing any claim of hi own
against those of other nu mbers.
INTERNAL REVENUE MATTERS.
IjOUISVIlle, DeeemlK r 8. The Collector of
Internal Revenue, bv instructions from Wash
ington, i igorousIy enforcing the law re
quiring stamp upon dray ticket, coal ticket,
and other receipt for the delivery of property.
He has also Heized the Mock and closed a cigär
manufactory for false returns of goods made
and sold, and for improperly keeping th
rcvuircd books.
KENTUCKY BOARD OF Alii.
At seven o'clock last evening, notwithstand
ing the inclement weather, the several Presby
terian congregations of thi city assembled la
the Second Presbyterian Church to take ac
tion in behalf of the Kentucky Hoard of Aid
for Southern pastors. The choir intronueed
th service by singing, (Jlory to liod in the
Highest on Earth, Peace and Good Will to
Men." The Rev. John C. Young then offered
prayer an J stated tho object of the meeting,
anil upon culling fr an organization appro
priate to the occasion, the following officers
were elected:
Hamilton, Pope, present. General J. T.
Boyle, Hon. II. B. Muir. Hon. F. Barret, for
Vice President, and Rev. R. Mauison Secreta
ry. After the congregation bail united In
singing gloing addresses were delivered by the
Rev. J. L. McKce, Rev. John C. Youj city pas
tor .
letters were received from Rev. E. P. Hum
phrey, I). 1)., and Rev. R. O. Brown, heartily
indorsing the Board, and expressing an earn
est desire to promote it ueces by active co
operation. An appeal was now made to demonstrate
their earnestness in this cause, which was re
sponded to In a spirited manner, resulting in
a few minute in contributions to the amount
of $4,0io.
SOLlHERs' AXI SAILORS' NATIONAL CONVEN
TION. Washington, I)eeember 8. There seems to
! some misunderstnndini; about the time and
place of meeting of the Soldiers' and National
Convention. It will convene in Washington
on the fourth Monday in January: fuller in
formation may be obtained from L. Edwin
Iudlcy, President of the Soldiers' and Sailors'
National Union League, Washington, I. C.
Soldiers and sailor of every Congressional
Iitriet and every soldiers' ami sailors organi
zation are expected to send delegates.
FREEDMEN'S RUHE A I.
The reports now arriv ing at the Bureau, of
refugees and freeilmen. fiic encouraging ac
counts of the manner in which the business of
the Bureau i being carried on in the South
western States. Hospitals ami camp are
being provided for sck freed men, and a large
number hav e already Jfen established. Homes
are being furnished and work supplied to great
numbers of the idle and suffering. A numter
of those supported by Government is daily
diminishing, a freednien gradually fall Into
employment, and are thus converted from Idle
consumers to producers.
SIX TERMINS DROWN EP.
Bvngou, Maine. Ieeember 8. Charles
Shaw, his wife, and only child, were drowned
w hile skating on Pleasant Pond, in Orioville,
to-day. The river at that place is closed up
with ire. and navigation is suspended. Three
sons of Mr. Bunker, of Franklin, were drown
ed Thursday while skating.
election of a i rsipent.
PFTF.usnYRG. Va., December !.Genersl
Washburne wa elected Pj idrnt of the South
Side Railroad yesterday.
Thanksgii inir w as generally observed here.
YVeatoer clear ami very cold.
A CONTRIBUTION.
Washington. Iveemlfr m. Hon. F. E.
spinner received $13 from a hdv, who pre.
seilt 1 it toward liquidating our debt.
COMPTROLLER'S IECIMON.
Comptroller Clark, of the Currensy Bureau,
hi decided that lathe cannot act a dresser
of national bond, as the law does not recog
nize them a citizen.
INTERESTING TO L"F.F.RTFRS.
In rencct to inquiries from Adjutant
Genural Pope, the -cretary of War replies
that deserter whose reirinient are still in
service, will be dishonorably discharged with
out pay or allowance.
VIRGINIA LEGISLATURE.
Ribiimond. rvocmlHT 7. The Legislature
to-day amended the State Constitution so as to
render el legible to office person excluded bv
the third article.
COMMERCIAL.
I Clairaiaro .'Hairk.rt.
Chicago, Icccml r 8.
! Flour dull.
i Wheat unv ttletl and irregular: sale range
I from fl 161 "JPj f..r "o. 1. closing with lit
! few buyer at the outside; sV tTc for No. 2. i
! Com quiet at ltJI.'S'c fur No. 1, an. I for '
i No. 1. j
Kits quiet ; sales at i'.5,' 22tV.
1 Hiirhwines dull antl lower at $ 1-52 20.
j l'rovinn dull and inactive.
Hog marktt juict at 12J,' f, r ;..chI
i to choice.
Me Pork effered at ".M 5-27, 1 tit without
tuiytr.
j I.ar.l lull at 2-V
Freights nominal.
Keetipt Flour. 3; Wheat,
j corn, ll.'O; o.st. 12,V.
j hipnlents Flour. LV; Wheat, U' .(); ;
i cm, 1T.XX; oat. 120.
t --
Cincinnati Harket. ;
Cincinnati. IK-ctn-l-er j.
! KK ur continue tlull. but pri.T arc nominal-;
lv ttnehan-rt-d: etiprrtine fT .V'tJT "; extra
l t-S'i'.' Vi. aud fmilv and fancT Tr.'12.
i Wheat is dull and prices "lower; old red
$1 70; iuv fl ;.
I Corn ccntinncs dull at 4.V for new.
I .ts aro (u.tiie an.l prices nominal at 21c
j in i levator. 1
I llxt dull aij, jrices nominal; alos at 7.V '.
for prime. t
I Nfthin tl- ne in barley,
j II. g dull and prices Dftainal at 76 t";0 (
I gro. and $1111 :o net. INveipts, 7.isj0 '
; h';d.
i I'rovisions une-ttlcil and prices Irregular,!
( and to a gTCit extent nominal. i
t Mess pork rlte.l at 27 ivi2S, the Utter the !
i akiu( rle.
j rn meat In dcmn i to V, 15ef anl 14f , i
! f r ehonlder. jde and hams. ' i
Uulk meat, tl-elined to HS112c f,r shoul- ;
ders, llj'vilje f. r rilUl kijes, and 17c f r '
Lard has declined to löc for prime dty. (
Cotton dull and price nominal at sie f r '
nlddlinp.
Groceries rery dull.
Small tale cf wbi.17 at 1 .
Gold li-VfCl I
INDIANAPOLIS, SATURDAY
:er York 'taftle- JIarUfl.
Msast? Dat.Tisshat, Dct a.lr,
TvTiL e.c.irr., or ALL aiape.ro ras BIS.
Sheep and
Bmi. Csvs. Tfsls Umcs.
Total jS.m S i 34.346
L ...... 4. iS Iii 2? ld,4o9
Csr.po'g week
latjt.r....3,TT7 93 l.rs 19,17
Av'r'.5o.pr
wa in is3..avs7 15 1.311 li.su
Ins.
13.CM
siiTiirsoa BirrtitiT statu.
5tw Tork Sil P.cnjtais
Ofela 110 Indian 177
IUIdoU. I, Iii W :-! a
Kmtocky 47 Mich'gsn 121
Canada 12? Yernoot ...
Nstraska IK) Iowa VTO
acaaaas.
TL prui Sas bB a d'Clinl.g aaarkel from bsc.D
BloK u sac. TL Albany bujr pa d mora for tteir
dro, and pat s blgbcr vain opoa tbta at tba open
In. th:oklDc tkat U If hi tnppiy of 1.S00 at AUarioo'i
wuuM warrant an adssiio. 1 aejr obta.nM bstt.r prtc.
for a bort lim, but so apatby on tb part of tb bay.
r. who csxkI rry bill wk.tbcribey boujM er Dot,
ooa. told 1 b.m It wa. wot Imt to aUaia LS point.
Thero war a fw ry guod cattlo, and tbo w.ro want
4 to compet witb turkey at lbs Tbaak.f Ivlnc, bat in
ferior ctU, of wblck tbr wr too many, found few
buyora. and tTral r.mnatita wer loft or, tog.tSor
who fom good lot. From tb benlnnlm Monday morn
loir until ibcloTueadf , P.M., tbdocl!non mod. am
acMl ordinary ttock was 1 l.c per lb, bit tb SvItsdc at
tho epoolnc, and tb larger nambara sold tb firt fore
noon, kept tb Trag nearly op to lt week, oar Og
ar by do means ah owing tb real ut at tk d ,
wbtob woercail4 cm of U bard .l of tho atasco.
Th following arw tho arcrago cautatlona:
Prmlum qualities, pr cwt f IS &f19,00
Prlro, do WJf'&.lr'.Wi
Modiom U good qaUUa,prcwl. 1I.OO1CO
Nr 4 a do l,iO413.50
LomtnX grado do 9,0011.00
Oeneral Mllicg prices do 13 Si 18,50
Af.rtf do M.WXa....
SULCI COWS.
Tbers aro fewer fferiog. oa account sf a llgnter do.
Band, aod prices aro teading down. Tbe bt cow go
oT flrit to cbaDc customers, tbt regular milkmen bay.
Ing very few. It now takes a very Ose ow to bring ov?r
fl"0. Ono lot averaged 90 tbrongb. Common and
poor cows not wauled.
TBllCiXTtS
Ar doing be tu r, with very llgbt rooolpU. A few of
tbo very brat picked real, brtna: 14.e. bot lie Is tbo
price crJitiarllr obtained for prime ealren, acd 13j for ;
lair qaaiity. tor veal srU all tba way irora 7 to 10c.
with "bob" at 9.S S each. One dealer 14 49 mixed
c.l.ee varying from 911 to 929, averaging 9 1.
snstr asD lambs.
The markets are largely overstocked, taootand re
maining u-iaold. Pric-s bave declined a full half cent,
per lb. the best barely bringlug 8c, wlut good lota offer
tog at 7c, fair ?c, aud Inferior 8 sic. Ltmbs loo, are
lower, gulng off alowly at Sv9i,c. Trade hi both It
nearly at a .land still, poultry taking tbe place of mat.
ton.
iwrig.
Live bogs have arrived freely, and although aalea
have been moderately active, prices have ruled low,
lCe being the top of any thing to-day, save a few n
trs fat shipping begs at lOc. The market Is now well
cleared up. and with cooler woatfcer an advance la an
ticipated. We quote:
Live bogs. Dressed
per cwt. per lb.
Prime heavy fTe.fne jrnfod.tlO 00410 J5 l.ft'Ss.
Prime light do do 10 XJU0 19 11 AUS
Poor Bogs 9 U&9 H li OH
New York markets.
New York, Decemljcr 8.
Cotton dull and declining; sales at 49c for
middling.
Flour quiet and 10(3 l.V lower; sales at $7 90
for extra State; $) 40(38 00 for common to
pood shipping and extra round hoop Ohio,
ami fs 8U(.r,H for trade brand, the market
closing heavy.
v hisky düll and nominal; western $2 31(3
3.-1.
Wheat market dull and 16J2e lower: sales at
?1 0 for t'hicago spring; fl CO for Milwaukee
club; f I 73 for amber .Milwaukee; ?2 43 for
amber State; 82 K3 for choice white Canada;
il 70 for new wiuter red western and t- for
old do.
Iyc heavy; sales at $1 08.
llarlcy heavy and lower.
llarley malt dull.
Corn opened heavy and closing steady; sale9
at HKIJOocfor unsound, and 91jJ0ö for sound
mixed western, and l2cc for high mixed
western, nearly yellow.
Oats heavy and declining; sales at 4C(300o for
unsound, and oD(Clc for sound, the latter ou
extreme price.
Coffee quiet.
.Sugar quiet; talcs nt ISQISc for Cuba
Muscovado, and 14c for Havana.
Molasses dull.
Wool quiet.
Petroleum firm; sales at UQilXc for crude,
an! G"&c,hc for rellned in bond.
Pork opened lower and closed firmer tales
at 25J 7.(it'-,y for mess, closini; at 3i
rash, fM öo for prime mess; 170 bbl mess,
January and February delivery, seller's option,
Beel dull and lower: 11 00ßl4 00 for plain
mes, and $14 t;gl7 6o for extra mess.
Pif hams dull; sales at
Tierce beef quiet.
Uacon dull at lJic for Cumberland cut,
short ribbed.
Cut meats qiieit; sales w ere made at 13215c
for shoulders, and 1511'Je for hams.
Pressed hog dull but heavy at 12?iJ12?ie j
for citr. - !
Lanl lower; sale at lC-JOe.
Hutter quiet at i!(ii:!.'c lor Ohio, and 3Clöc
for State. j
Cheese teady at 1 IlOc.
MONEY AX1 STACKS.
Money Is stcadv at 7 per cent.
Sterling timi at
(iold h'avy niul lower, opening at
llo,',
declining to liofZ; closins at 140.
(lovcrnment stot ks in fair request, without
decided change in prices.
Freights to Liverpool an? more active, but
without decided change in the rates,
Mocks hoavd: New York Central, V",
Hudson. lOfi';C.& l'.ftl'i: Ohioi Mississippi
certificate,::; Missouri ta, T; '(1 courxiti,
10J':; :-'' coupons of 1SJ2, lir'M; do.
j la-'W coupons IM;;; T-30 coupons. 97;
Krie, DJ; do. preferred, M."; XorthwesU;rn.:i.;
! Southern. Tti-S ; Illinois Central. 131: Cl- e-
Imd & rittshurir, 93; ; Hot-k Island, H'i:
Michigan Central, l'li'i; Heading 113: Ftrt
Wavnc, Wy-i.
XJT A rn.in nametl Thomas Cook, living it
lliintville, has established a new ocialUtic
eonimunity at that place. It Is stled "Tie
Independent Order of Free and Independcit
Men and Women,'' and declares nil Us mem
lcrs independent and free of all extemr.l
power, such as human rulers and governor-,
far as it is possible for human souls at pres
ent to Ik?.
New Advertisements.
WANTED.
WASTED. I want active and industrious men
who can fumlfh a horae and bugev, to canvaa
tbrouRh the country Sellien Dr. Buel.'s Medldoe. Will
pay S00 per year and eipenaea. I thall require
aeme repeumble nan to aifn the contract with you, at
,f entity for an huteat acoaotirf for of all 1 may In
tra! In vour care. For farther Information, call at No.
29 VTet Pearl atreet, or adJreaa. "with aUmn eneloaed."
C. H. 11ÜKLL.
1 dee? dim Ind aaapoll, lod.
! CONFECTIONERY.
IIP. IE! .A. MILTES,
Manufacturer ail wbalenale and retail dealer lo all
kinds of
CONFECTIONERY,
AO Uat Washington M.,
All Ciusxlw Wnrrnntrtl to lüeepuntl
!Iatle nnre Nugar.
F AMlUKJacd Tartlea appl.ei IIb all kind, and
atyle of Cakea an-i Cand.ea. dec d3a
SALOON. "
MARLON EXCHANGE,
.Vo. 'l ast Wa$iri'jton Street,
CIIAItLi: G lETZ, - - Proprietor.
riOK choicest Wia, Lion or aai C'.gtt a!wayi en
I btr.d. Fres Lnnch sv.ry uaj at 10 o'clock.
fl9 dim
CLAIM AGENCY.
FREE CLAIM AGENCY.
TILMl'I.i: C. IIA1UIIM,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND AGENT U. S. SA.MTAHY CCVVISSIQN.
OSce, Room No 3. c- atai-a. half i-qar east Fa'.aaer
Hmh, I Wi Waahlaa-to atreet,
INDIANAPOLIS, IND.
Cellect aildiere'fClaJBia, Free off Clxaraje.
BlabAa aci launx-tloa. for every leaertpuea of cltuane
aerrt by nail te all whoapvly or tbeta. oorii 4m
ARCHITECTS.
LOIIUVC, IIEWI.VC L CO.,
T ASDSCAPf, GAEDCTT50 A KD SU IL AÄCH
i Itecta, atana atreet, aer Cltv Boapital. Ordere
Uitat ataeUer Kis Draa- Storw, ka. 1st aUet Waah
tartoti stree, will he proeaüüy a l teas' ad l.
4e44J0l
BAIJLY HERAILB,
MORNING, DECEMBER 5), 18G5.
FURS.
FTJRS! FTJRS!!;
i
'
TTjc Iirrsf
STOCK OF FURS,
Far urpeslrg everything In quality and variety to be
fuobd eloewhrre tn the W est may now beoeen at tie
i
j
.Vo. 2 West Wtu?iinyton St cor. Xrridia j
I
eossiinso or
Fur Cloaks, Fur .Mantles,
sl-4, 3.1, 1.2, 1.1 ('npwMs.
VICTORINES, EUGENIES,
Collarts Ilrthne
3Xiiirfai and Ouii:,
-15-
Kenl tluInn Sable, Hudvon liny
Sable, American Sable,
IVencIt Sable
Roynl Ermine and .llink,
For Ladies, VUmi and Children.
ALSO,
Fur Collars and Gloves,
la Otter, Beaver and Seal, for Usnts, at wholesale and
Retail.
011 FÜR3 relined, repaired and maJe over In any
style in a few honre.
The attenUon of the Wholesale Trade I et peeially di
rected to tbe following Good i
SOO J. 1 Fur Capes,
COO SolFurCnpetj,
7 SO 1.9 I'm i- Cnpc,
OOO 1. 1 FurCapenv
lOOO VIctorluew,
llOO Collar,
so iterlha,
375 I'iißfe tiles.
17S0 7IU1T,
3000prw.CnU,
lOO dos. Fur Trimmed Ilrxxla.
AT
TYLKH'S 11EE-IIIVE.
novli dim
POSTPONEMENT.
)0TP0NEU. Ia resequence of hai weather, the
I Auctiou aal o' If 11 1 Id I lis: Lots, in North
Tenne.e .treet, baa been pootprMied tili JTIondny.
December 1 1 , at two o'clock. Sale on tbe ground,
half square above corporation line.
dec7 dlt TfJOS II. BOWLES.
PHOTOGRAPH STOCK.
J. J. ME It KITT,
DIALS a IS
Photograph and Amhrotypc
stock:,
AID EVERT THI50 neceesary to tbe art. Alo,
Photograph Albans of every variety. Ef pec ial
atlection fven to Framing Fictures to trder In genu no
Gold Frames Gilt aad rVtaeweod Mooldinfrs wbole.ale
and retail. Pbotorapha, Ecgravlnm, Kterecacoptc iTc
tureaanJ Stereowopea, In every variety, at wholesale
and retail, We. 6i Kmth Illiaolt s'.reet, iLdfarapclfg
Indiana nov!3dlm
REAL ESTATE.
B. M. SPICERc5c CO.,
Real Estate Agents
AND NOTARIKS PUBLIC,
Tfo. tlhi Writ raahinston Slrcwt,
over Ilraden Book Store,
INDIAN AFOLIS, INDIANA
novl dif
a. m. out,
h. c aorstrns.
CmOIjD V IIOIMtl.VS,
Real Estate Agents,
Have conatantly on band, for aale, all kind, of
CITY IXtOIETitTY
CONSISTING ef Uouaea anJ Lota, Vacant Lotf and
Out-Lou. Cheap Home can aleaj, be teenred
ky tbe payment of small ssms.
Good term sud favorable time seenrtd In all kir.Js of
Property. Farm Lr1 and Mill p-operty. Wicon.ln,
EinneoHS, Iowa aud ALiaMV-i Lands fur sie l.w.
Office, Mo. T Temperance 1111, Indianapolis Ibd.
novI3 Aim
CONFECTIONERIES, ETC.
ÜO FOR
0 UNITIN GH AM' S.
Wedding and Christmas Cakea
AND CANDIES.
aentt a fine appciraoc. H ita' le U not qJt
,and can aoccccucrJats a few more Day Boarders.
flU.,1
THE ICE CREAM MAN
Hai fcrsed bit attention lo citinc c Wettd.rg and Ball
Sarpere oa tbe mtx reaj-onable terms.
JCaAee Iced and or&amet.ttd w;th &eatnea and.
U paub. drcS Zm
CLOAKS. ETC.
x FORIISTIIU A; LOT,
ASTTAcrriissor
CLOAKS AM) MASTILLAS,
AM JOillU tn
Cloths, Sills, Cloaks and Dress Trimmings,
31 Vttl IT as hi net en Street,
rXDtASATOLU, IXDIA5A.
Opvodta ralsser Root.
Beet
TK3rZX-(0 f al Aascrlattoaw bst!y dace at the
1 Kxavax
Hl KALO Or net.
DRY GOODS.
Earliest and Largest
AltltlVAI,
JDIEZTZ" GOODS.
A
LL KNOW 05K PACT, KOST IlfPOltTID AJfD
Woolen Goods Lavs sts&Jilr slra&ced for stTeral
Diutiih. and by oor large eatly parchaeea we are en
atl.d, and will offer ear complete alacx of
FANCY AND STAPLE
DRY GOODS,
Ix.r than acy wfco m4e later parrbaa. We have,
a mail, tbe largest a'.ocfc rf
FIXE SILKS,
I on.UlInsr or
3-Coire Vnticinos,
(At $1 COper yarJ.)
HEAVY REPPS,
On Colors, at 7 85 )
Fiprurcd and Plain Silk,
Ivery dealrable shade and quality.
j RICH MOURNING SILKS,
I 15
j Ilea vy Lyons Itepp, 44; Henry
Lyon O'ro Carafn; Henry
Lyons llaratlsat Illcla
Taüctns,
And an elf jsnt assortment for Evening and Bridal wear.
COOD PLAIN BLACK SILKS,
(At 91 25 per yard.)
Tlie It ich est Stock or
DRESS GOODS
In Iri.h, French and English TopUa. (Haid snJ Plain.)
A Mammoth Slock of
Every tbada and quality, as low as 87'c per yard.
Real Aberdine Wincy
All colors, tbe latest and most popular Brotiwtj style.
A Tili WOOL DEIaAIIYES,
11 colore, 45c p r yard.
A Complete Lino of
Olosxltiiig- Clotha.
tn Chinchilla, Velour, Felt and other dealrable styles.
Casslrofres for Men and Boys' Wear.
Eacct and Embroideries,
Tbe best assortment.
HOSIERY AND NOTIONS.
I'.ME DeMOUESTS iXRMHTH,
One Dollar lees thaa elsewbeie.
Flannets, Mnsllns, Linens, Prints,
Cheap.
300 Wool Blankets,
AT THE
13 DE E-HIVE,
2 West Washington Street, cor. Meridian,
novit dl
MUSICAL.
WILLAH!) & STÖVVELL,
Piano Forte AVarcrooms.
CHICKERING PIANOS!
DECKER PIANOS!
BEST PIANOS,
Cheapest Pianos!
AO. 4 IIA 1 IIS IIOirttR,
IXDIATAPOIsIS, I.'D.
Stc3dtf
paintincs7Ytc7
Holiday Presents
AT
H. LIEBER 8l CO.'S,
."o. VI Aortla Pennsylvania HU
rino ralntinffse
" KsssrniTLns.
IIthosrrnplMk,
Ihotospapbsv,
St'tably Framed.
MIRRORS OF ALL STYLES AND SIZES.
ALIH?I-A Ixirte Tsarlety.
rratn,ef Different Styles and ftlsa,
n la an er nsaele to order.
A LL of which we eftr at fair prteee- a low aa Ute
t aease roda m he beacht, either la CI act one U er
C.icero. II. LiKECR A CO,
Aua Boilding, So. 21 Sörth Peatwrlraata atreet.
dec 4 Aim
WANTS.
WATrm-ia.Ono Old Wtse Bottles at esir Store,
fa, 27 Weet Pearl eerewt, for which the kiftbeet
ssartet prV wlil b peAil. Wtll aeod ear team for lou
of io oe snore, ea balag aotlfled.
Mflt-417 MT1XJ, UMXI PXAJOLI.
NUMBER 3.3.
JEWELRY.
ijE.MSOX, A'ELSO.X & CO.,
I
I
(Borr.aoora te W. U. Talbot t A Co ,)
No. 24 East Washington St.
ISDIAXAPOM, nrnix t.
viouuu Ann art an naaju in
WATCHES, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
H
AVE eotsitactly on band a ltrje and veil selected
etocK or nne
Gold and Silver Watches,
Of American aad Foreign M anufactare.
FIXE OOJLD JEWELRY
Of tho Latest xj lea.
RUBBER OOOXS
Of all Patterna.
Pare Coin, Sllrer and Plated Tftrc,
In Great Variety
Watches, Clocks ami Jewelry
Repaired, aod warranted by tbe Proprietors, they belsf
practical workmen.
GIO. V. ar.MSDIf,
H. L. NKUvON,
novl3 dim ALII. F. JES1S05.
CLOTHINC.
GREAT CLOSIXC OUT SALE
or
CLOTHING.
tSO.OOO AVorUa of Fine
READY-MADE CLOTHING
Comprletsg la part
ELEGANT DRESS SUITS,
Business Suits, Matched Suits,
PASTS AICD VEST, BUPIllBLT MADE ASD
trimmed. Coder Shlrta and lira wer, all gr4i,
la ewdleaa variety. Wool Over Sbtrta, White Ureee
ahlrta, Tie. CoUar, Bar-erMler, Hosiery, Band
kerchiefs, Glovee, aUuene, alofflera. Scarfs, Hats and
Bouts. 600 Overcoat, 1 10 to ij.
Call and etamlne our etock aod price, before par
chaatt, as tbe entire etock matt be sold to c eee the
cot-rern. Wore for Kent and Kntura for aale.
At'CTlOX every everlnr until eotd Earn ember
the place, 4 Illinala street
noslj Jw p. B. WILLABD A CO.
New Clothing" Store.
Ja II. STIITH Sc CO.,
XO. 11 WEST WASm.VGTOX ST,
Indlanapall, Ind.,
It f ERCHA5T TAILORS and dealers la Seedy Vade
III Clotblnr, Gent's PuinUUng Goods, Hats. Caps.
TruLka, etc are fully prepared to sntt every cnatoiuer
that caila, both aa to atyle as4 qnall'y.
Mr. 8. C. htOEOAS, the man at er, it prepared to est
ar.4 f I rooda to order oa abort ooooe, aa1 rrotn tbe well
aeleetod aaaortaBent of Clotha, Caaataaeree aad Veeuars,
to Bake aa elerant nlt of c:etba.
Don't fail to call at So. 11 Wertraahinrton street.
A aaperlor qaaJtly ef Good are on bead for aale, a4 at
very low rate. The cnatofoer will be promptly waited
oa and eexaot bat be Balled frone th; ,nn j there
played. Dovltely.
TODACCO.
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INDIANAPOLIS TOBACCO WORKS.
P. M. MAY Cl CO,
X aaafactBrers of aQ grades ef
Chewing .Tobacco.
omci 50. 83 xaxt aorrn rn.rrr,
ladlanapoliav, Indiana
aovU dim
CLOTHINC.
W. IP. RUPP,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Maiasn
HKADY.MADi; CLOTHING,
And Gtntlemtn's TurnUhing Goods,
5s. Ill last WaaUng-o, reet, oppoarle Cowrt Boawe,
-IJLXAJroi.IS, LTD.
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NOTIONS, ETC.
CHRISTMAS GIFTS!
AT
BALDWIN &. CO.'S,
Tlale and lttall
Grent A"i-i:;t' (Store,
TU
FAIMCY BAZAAR.
IPO TL LADIES.
Elegant Work Doxos,
Rich Writing Dosks,
Flno Toilot Cnsos,
Splendid Portfolios,
Marblo Statuary.
Beautiful Drackot8,
Rich Parian Wares.
Willow Easy Chairs,
Pockot Companions.
Elegant Sowing Stands,
Splendid Skatos,
Rich Party Fans,
Choice Stool Jowolrlos,
New Hoad Drossos,
Flno Laco Sots, etc., otc.
FOR GENTLEMEN.
Elegant Walking Canes,
Conuino rt.ocrschaums.
Willow Smoking Chairs,
Mahogany Liquor Cases,
Fino Pockot Knives,
Splondid Drossing Casos,
Pockot Cigar Casos,
Fino Traveling Dags,
Beautiful Cigar Stands,
Elegant Wino Sots,
Embroidorod Sllppors,
Domlnoos and Chess Men,
Fino Fur Wrist Cloves,
FOR CHILDREN.
Toy Tea Sets.
Fine Dolls,
Drums,
Guns,
fcls. Slrst-s.
llobbjr Horses,
Ttcl CbeiU,
Albums. Carta,
Doll Clrs,
Maxie Lantcrni.
Danclnc Darkeyi. Iron Toyi,
uaniea, l'uzzies,
Knives,
Mcdianlcal Tors,
Chili' Chain, etc, etc
The Largest Stock In the Stau
AT TBK
No. e -Cast Washing tan tt.
J, II. BALDWH & CO., Fraar's).
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TEA STORE.
Fresh Arrival
CHOICE TEAS.
t.il)lihcd in 1839.
THE
CHINA TEA STORE,
-o. 30 II a tea llossae.
II
ATTSG JC8T RtrCWCID JTlOlf TH at AST
wl ih aa antuaally ckutoe tot ef Taaa,eebaUUag of
IMPERIALS, GUNPOWDER
Oolong- and Japan.
We are enabled le cffVr rreater ladaeetBCoU tbaa ever,
both la price aad quality.
We have, aiae. 3ou Cadee. reanleg t, 4, t, t, 10, IS
and 20 pound, each of Tea, fu tbe tatag tor fan Oy
u.a.
A d-acotint of 10 per cant, will b nade m the Veaea.
THE CHINA TEA STORE,
rVo. XO Da tea Uona.
II. lie LEX.
PURE SPICES.
U " vuTm ja-l, recvTT-eq lon ew I OTa, a iX Of pare
urewod Bpicee, eoaatatiag of
Genuine English Mustard,
Pare Gro and Clnmamon,
Clerew, Black Pepper, Eed fepwer, AJa?4e, Vat.
inecs, Airlcaa Clot or, J azalea SLager, ete.
We warrant tba aVove Or ovnd Ppkm atrtctlr pere,
and at the )eet prleee.
"Lee'a Eakt&g Feeder' ! tboarbt by icasy the beet
In the market. It la free frota ear dvletorin. effw-a. e4
rtetly pare trmly tke awaaewSe'e fnewd .- Try
It,te4s.
We keep evtaa' best Java and He Örvti CetTeea
Lweriac'a Saare. e44 UooetaaaewS Java a4 fcie Ce4tee
at the
"CIII'A TEA TOnE,
-. 0 Baut Uasss,
(feed d3a
II. XI. LEE.
QUEENSVARE, ETC.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
C. A. W00DBR1DQE, Agent,
DCP087X1 Cf
QUEEWS17ARE,
GLASSWAIIB,
T.U3LE CUTLERY,
ajrr
PLATED VAHE,
No. 16 West Wflashiiigton St,
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