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T1TK DAILY EVENING TKTiEaUAPII. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY", NOVEMREK 28, 1804.
OFFICE No. 108 8. THIRD STREET.
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VM.arabaletM Carrtar.and mIM t iub.crilMjra
tmt ot Um 0t at Hi". a.u Pm Axsrm Ow Itouaa
Twi Cht ma Two lioimia,lnT&rlAkl7Ki adr.noe
Um a arte a1 onl.rad.
H '"' at Ik aaaal rataa. & Htxiral
ejranjaaaeat ataxia tor axtandi InaartloDA.
IkMi laeertioa la all of oar (diiiona.
MONDAY, NOVI'.MBF.R 2S,
MM H Attn AROI T KOI III(j.
The Ap of list Saturday not'inn-n the IVm.i
of preac'ilng a new crunnJo, by publishing n
communication containing a chitt-jro of d!
loyalty againnt Catholic, and with comment
ing farorably upon It. Tun Ajn ltrrot to
mention that the. remarks of the Pre IneliitM
tlia aercre reprobation of any nttenipt to cut
uiplclon upon a nunicrotm body of our fil-low-citten.
But the Vrwt In able to take
care' of Itnolf. Our object In noticing this
attack b quite dliR-rent from that of Ukluj
op the cudgels for another paper.
We feel quite "lire that the Catholics do
not wish the championship of the A-jp, whoso
advocacy would damn any cause but on,,
which If already damned ; and that It Is by no
menu o devoted to Citbolii lntreitt. as
dealrou to identify Itself with a respect ible
portion of the people, and hopeful, that some
exbtmg misapprehension In the public mind
may bare caused Irritation among Cath'jlics,
and rendered them disposed to throw them
apjyei into the arms of the proprietors of the
Age and buy their papers.
Our chief object is to ex t lulu the origin of
the mistake which induced some persons to
believe that there is anything In Catholicism
which U inimical to the Government. The
impression to that effect which has arisen ia
the minds of some persons, Is derived from the
?ery common error of mistaking effect for
cause.
When the Rebellion commnneed, the people
of the North, both Catholics and FrotestsnH,
were of one accord. As it progressed, persons
from both religions become disaffected. Yet
both religion had remained precisely the
game. So both loyalty aud disloyalty have
shown themselves to be pe.-fectly coinpatiblo
With both religions. It Is very clear, then,
that If any change occurred, it could not huvo
been effected by religion.
There aro various causes which conduced
to make changes in men of all denominations
and of all these none was so potent m the
Emancipation Proclamation. Upon the Irish
population, the Proclamation acted. with an
effect tenfold greater than that produced upon
any other people. This very act, which con
firmed the Germans in their loyalty, alienated
thousands of Americans and Irishmen. Yet
although tho act was the same act, the allena'
Uon of most of the Americans who fell awav
in loyalty, was superinduced by an essentially
different motive from that which ruled Irish
men. The first still had the fatuity to believe
In the Constitutional rights of the South, while
the latter were thinking of themselves.
It seems almost a work of supererogation to
show why the Emancipation Proclamation
alienated the Irish more than others. There
can scarcely be a man of ordinary observa
tion who does not know ttuu. there Is antago
nism existing between the Irish and colored
populations. The Irish imagined that tliu
liberation of slaves would prove Injurious to
them as the laborin? population of the North,
by reducing the price of lubor ; and, in addi
tion, thoy were fearful lest the liberation of
slaves was a step iu the direction of a move
ment which would place tho free colored popu
lation of the North on a footing of political
equality with them.
Now the greater number of the Irish popu
lation in this country are Catholics; aud
when, on the occasion of the Emancipation
Proclamation, a revulsion took place In the
feelings of some of them, they were affected
merely as individuals, and not having ceased
to be Catholics, shallow thinkers thought pro
per to impute disloyalty as a consequence of
Catholicism. The matter is iu a nutshell, and
this Is the kernel,
Let us all deplore and deprecate the a! tempt
to introduce Urn spirit of religious fanaticism
into this war. No! that is not enough I L t
os scotch the serpents who dart such vuuoin.
Reason is the antidote for their bane. We
ouly ask the perfect liberty of speech, which
we are willing to accord to all men.
Jomim enumerates three kinds of war:
the national, the clvll-poIHicul, and thu civil
religious. Ho might have added servile war.
Be defines a national war as that which is
made at the same time agalast the armies and
the population of a country. Tho national
element of war exists in this Rebellion, bectu.)
uidlke other eh 11 wars which have occurred
In the history of the woiltl, fhe line of division
Is geographically not less defined than It Is
abruptly drawn between the sen'iments of tlits
people. Referring to the invasion of a coun
try in a nutiouul war, Jomim says: ''Tim
army which enters such a country pos-.ese
only the ground wlicrc.m It encamps. Its
pupplic can only be obtained at (lie sword's
point. Its fr.ilns arc ever) when1 tlnv tivue 1
or captured.'
The national and c'vll-p Alt): ;il elements am
the only one which lime cul-'ivd iii' i liiis
strife. Let us U: lUani.i'ul tint the violence of
the other" h i s n av. i t .l. oir ditli -all ies
are stircly great enough. The tenioi'ii! I-i-httion
of Hie Im-I- fo'iiViims v, HH t'n'lr civil
Any, to render conte .t iiu; auiu!.ig -ii
tatie that it jit sents, of men to maddened by
their fruitless efforts, that, to conquer, they are.
ready to sacrillcc the Thing wlioee fancied Inse
curity aroused their ire against the people who
scarce trod except with caution near its re
spected shudow.
Thank Ilcavcu! -.his w.ir still Uu evi-vUe
insurrection mid religious fiinutioir-m. Wo do
not need or with a San Domingo even at the
South, and we should feel deeply grateful that
uo religious diA'cronces direct our arms
against each other. Shall we Introduce them
Into our own household? We must stand
shoulder to shoulder. Creeds make no divi
sion where the maintenance of a country's
cause l service to the God whom all coufi.-w.
Loyalty belongs to no particular creeds
"compatible with none, it comprehends all.
Jsoue are even adverse to it. This very hour,
InTfC ,y";u"Ud'' of tttthol;c American
Uulrl,'hmea Wg, ofUee.-s and
. Idlers, quit M valiantly and loyally as the
v. " ..ue U U nytb
cause men ai Cu holiub
or ProtestauU th.it
; noiue are afruy. Let t()uf))un
causes nnd etlects; Amerieaui, fcUould be too
' e'evated. May they be patient, too, aud
' That men may rlsn on tteppln; ujnet
L. . 'heir ifsad seivcii to better tbinj;.
Mt:nr.i. i rtii ihivm.
Hierc ia no uo in venting denuncia'.Uins
aeatnst the wretches who llred the city of
New York. Word.i cannot fitly paint the
atrocity, nor death punish It sufficiently. The
question Is simply, What Is to be done.
Kor months we have had rumors that an
attempt would I made to Are the princi
pal cities of the loyal Stales, but the public
lent au Incredulous ear to the Information.
Better, far belter, that they should In future
disabuse their niluds of the impression that
there are some deeds which Rebels would
nernple to perpetrate. There Is only one
security which wo now pos.css They can
attempt nolh'nT worse
That the plot signally filled, Is owlnsf to no
precautions of the citizen of New York, but
merely to the diet that tho lit-M there have
been for years provided with means ude plate
to the extinction of Are within their limits.
Is not the fact startling enough without any
details? In New York, cm the night of the
2.'.th Inst., tho hotels St. Nicholas, St. James,
Lafiirire, Metropolitan, Tammany H ill, IM
inont, Lovejoy. United States, Howard, Firth
Avenue, New Kngland, Astor, and Rarnum's
Museum were all fired by Rebel Incendiaries
who applied the torch iu seventeen places
They fired these Immense buildings, too, at a
time when, 1' their designs had succeed -l,
many persons would have found escape
impossible.
It may be our turn next, or New York's
again to-morrow, perhaps Uoston's the day
aflerwurd, mid war will then have come Into
peaceful chambers where the grandam feebly
sits, and the bube lies in slumber. To us these
reflections must surely bring the queUlon,
What shall we do.
There seems to be no reason for doubting
thatanordcrslinlhirtotlr.it of (inneral Dix,
which requires the registry of all pursons
coming from Rebol limits, must iu futuro bn
rigidly enforced.
For the arrest of tho present criminals, aud
lor the prevention or punishment of future
Incendiary attempts, no plan could bo dnvised
better than a subscription of one, hundred
thousand dollars by the lnsutance companies
of each of our large cities. Twenty thousand
dollars should be oll'cied for inform ition which
would lead to the arrest and conviction of the
principals In the incendiarism, and ten thou
sand dollars apiece for the same services
against the subordinates. In such an emer
gency, one hundred thousand dollars is not a
large sum lor the Insuranco companies of each
city to pledge. If a plot succeed, they might
lose twenty times that amount. It Is useless
to offer small sums for such a service. The
men who can give evidence may fear to Incur
danger, and they are liable to other influences
which might deter them from giving Informa
tion. The sums must be large enough to
overcome the relucluuce of such men to en
counter ritks, nnu lo render others zealous in
promoting the discovery of the incendiaries.
There are two great consolations wli'ch this
event brings in its train. One Is, that in all
countries where the news spreads it must
ellect Irreparable damage to tho cause of the
Rebellion, for It is scarcely within the verge
of possibility, that so w holesale and determined
an attempt was made without high authoriza
tion. The other is, that New York may be
constrained to think less highly of Its Southern
friends, and deem their last act rather too warm
a pioof of their affection.
TNIH OF Ol'I'It'K.
The late elections of members to our City
Councils have decided that the machinery of
our municipality will bn, for another year at
least, In the hands of the Union party. To
that party, therefore,, will belong the right of i
filling the vacant offices which are within the
gilt of Councils. There occur in the begin
ning of every year vucancies in the Board of
Trustees of the Gas Works, of tho Poor, in
the Highway Department, and many other
positions, which it is of vital importance to
the city should be filled by able and honest
men. In the choice of these ofllcers, we ear
nestly urge the Union caucus to select as
their candidates honest, able, and patriotic
men. There are within the Union ranks gen
tlemen to whom the party owes such marks
of its confidence and esteem.
Let the test of otllce applied by Tuom.vs
J kfkkhhon be adopted as their guide. "Is
"be honest? is he capable? is he true to the
''Constitution?" should be the Inquiries, and
not, as it has been In days gone by, "What
has he done lor the parly? what is his per
sonal Influence? and Is he likely to support
" us in return for our support of him?" Be.
neuth the
, . . i. ., .
rule of the. lute. Detuoenitlc party,
iit .
re the rpiestions propounded. Let
f wiim tii mtnuttiilia t.rmwiimil.ifl
,.,'., .
the opponents of the Union party never be
able, with truth, to say the same of its
nominees.
Honesty is the great requisite for city olhVe.
That their opinioiy on u.H siiuil ailii'rs are those 1'rio Itiiilioad, ami will eail, uccomanicd by his
held by the true l iiiou men of to-d.iy, is a family, in iho steamer fiorw New York on Wed
requlsite which thu ciueus will of course "Ci-d"?. YVIiilc Mr. Moiiuiikau'n chief object is
demand before a uomiuiition will be for a mo- j rtlt "" rclaaiion from biiMiiess tares to be
ment considered, and all hough In the discharge ! f"""d '" 'J1' tiavel, he has in vie several
,rn,el...,ltli,e.t,. ilMiies.. I'..., ...l..':..,l,. ill... r i ' portant financial projects connected with the
the cci iipmit will come hut little in cont let
ia I 111 .L.tl....! alU.li.j v..l ll.i. ,iu .1.........! I
, , ', , ., ... . ' wl h Kui-iipcan skill ami r ipiial aa will produce
thut loyal men hold every odh e, high or low. . , hI),Pflt Mr. Muohiihad ha. been
In the Doinoi n tie riyhnc all the po ltlons J com.,,im.j in ,.n,e of the larger aud mostirn
have been given to pi!ilie!.'ins, Und dishonesty ; 0:.r,t l,Ul,lncss Inleiesis in the Cnited Ktaios.
hosU'en so previ'leii!, tli.it the holding of a lie Ins b.en i leading spirit Inthe construction
city Mlice caused ii nun's honor to be sus- j of almost all of tl o great puMic works of our
peeted. We feel contlil 'iit thill fhe days of , Stute, and has contributed largely In means
corruption are pis, und th.it beue.ith the nil-
liiinistii'tion of our .Slieritt elect, honest, lair, nuianroiiiL iiiieicsis ot I'nii.uiuipuia or I'enn
anil upiiLiht de.iliug w ill i li'tiMci-riz thu ad- B.vlv'""'a.
nilnl.it rut Ion ol'liiv c.iici-. :i- liiii alwuy- iiiitrk.-il
tin1 ni'tlon-i ol Ins jirlvnt.; IU -.
C'.aWIIly Is ili -oMii.l i-.ul m ijlvii liy
Ji:Kiri!so.v. A m.i.'i in iv Ih: li-m 't an I
w('ll-mrunlu:j, lluoiiiili i.i.-o niji--fi-in y ami
wculiiM'sg I'i'i j, ili --ri-j) 'i'f uprrn lii iiojl'ioii
ninl liliii'i-If. riiiiiiic-s ami iii:"!li..-ciii"; nn;
(leuiaiiili'il hy the jx ople as a right. Wc have
lriiUiy Iiiflani.cn ol' the ino.iia' iiy of imhllc
ollii.f.'is. Only a low months: bIiup, thi'o'.ijrli
political geii'i iiiruiilirinj: of the D.nio 'I'a.i'-
jiiirty, a rcrtulu Lonvd ol j-ii-hit-, oi' our city
nerr actually toni; -:'-l to i!."ii-- '.' iti-il . Oi' j
ii'ty Villon ii:'.n irout tin'., 1j i jjI i) - ji i ri , I
rltboiih In that v-ry lloaril t'nc two j ar;''.-;
were ciially liiilcil. AVo want no min c "-'i :li
instance ol' im apac'iiy. W'k ijju t antl i iM
have cajiiible lnon. Hue Union caii-:u-i o:'
Councils held in their haii'lMir. onportumi y
of making thenHclvcs (li""'iTC(l!y jiojiular, o
of placing their jmr'y in the ame unlavuial.e
petition that the Dcmo r.t.'ic pariy hohl to
d.iy. The ib.iuor tour-c. wc f.cl n-.i-.u'cil, they
will mlopt.
If he true to the CoLttit.itiun? is the thud
rei'iiltiiie of ofllce. On tliia head we ntcJ hay
little, 'ike Importance of ti uu nirc being ilie
cuudiilateii Is fully itpiJieeiateil by the mem
ber of tho caucuu, und w: hi ve no fcara that
tho Viilon party will ivcr Ui graee Itm-lf by
Rlvliif; to iraUiirs the gii't. In i Let popiesiion.
We fielcoiilldcnt tint thu oIlleeiutlectDil by
Count il this yeur will be honest, capable, and
patriotic men a pride not only to their party,
but iUo to tho whole city of Brotherly Lovo.
-hhimi Attn TMf RK.nr.f.
The Richmond papers are ver much exer
cised as to the precise whereabouts and Inten
tion ol'Oneral Nni.im Aft. Thai he Is doing
something is as certain as that he In some
where. The Richmond Npntinrl, the Rich
mond the Richmond JTnqnlrcr, ami the
Richmond Kmminrr have exercised their In
genuity as to whether his attempts are on
Macon or Augusta, and the leading pipers ol
Augusta an I Savannah ;.r, i ilher wroth as lo
fhe secret sessions of the Rebel Legislature,
orsiHwnla'iveas to the appearance of a " phan
tom fleet ' on the Ceorglnn roast.
Upon the very dtiy which we celebrated si
Thanksgiving, the Richmond papers di not
appear to have received any despatch" where
with to congratulate themselves. The mj-tt
(In oriiig le ws seems to be "somewhat con
flimali.ry" of the report that Macon, up to that
dri'.e.biid not been attacked by Sin iiman,
and that the latter has not "altogether failed"
to meet with opposition at a point on his route
whic h the Richmond Esiiminvr of th'21th
pronounces nameless fur the present. Thu
expectation that .Sm-.it.M an will come, to
grief before he reaches the roast is resolutely
cherished bv the Richmond editors, and the
speculations rile of his movement on Macon
are g'en for whnt " the) are worth." The
I.ic'nnoiei Srnliiiol of last Friday relates
that a force of cavalry entered Milledgeville
on the nrght of the previous Sunday, and
burned the capltol and the penitentiary.
Augusta is a most important point In the Ue
partment of Ueorgla. Says the Richmond
Kmvh ev ol the l till : ''It isbelloved that the
" large fleet which 1ms been in preparation in
" the .lames river for some time pist is in
" tended to co-operate with Siikkman at the
" proper moment, and that Savannah is its
" dest'nution." It adds that last Wednesday
was the occasion of unusually good spirits
among the military authorities, but is unnblo
to determine whether they were caused by
good news or not. C'uwW they have been
promoted by the appearance of this phantom
fleet ?
One of the mot speaking facts in regard to
the defense of Macon Is the republication of
the order from headquarters, for the iufjr.na
tion ol all citizens and soldiers iuthat city and
its vicinity. All capable of bearing arms are
supposed to be interested in this order, and to
comply with its requirements within twelve
hours' notice. By it every man capable of
bearing arms in Macon and its vicinity was re
quired to join forthwith In some military orga
nization. Commanding o Ulcers were required
to furnish certificates of membership to their
men, that the fact might be ascertained as to
every man having complied with this order, us
tlic Provost fluard was instructed to call upon
every man for Ms papers. No one Is excused
upon any pretense whatever, and every man
refusing to join some company was ordered
to be ai rested, the commaudaut of Post Macon
iH'ing charged with the strict execution of the
order.
The Augusta ( lirnnile awl Sentinel, on
the other hand calls Jei'I-'. Davih to account
for the non-reinforcement of Northern
Georgia, and suggests that the authorities ure
asleep ; or supposing the Georgians to be In a
thoroughly defensible condition, havo lei
them to toko care of themselves. It rails at
him for his conscription measures, aud for the
attempt to gng the whole Rebel press. In
several parts of the South, the press demands
thut the secret sessions of the Rebel Congress
should be broken up. The Augusta Chroni
cle goes so far as to say that J kit. Davis is
to blame for the destitute condition of the
Georgia soldiery, and is responsible for the! r
being without socks and other comfortable
clothing. Perhaps D.lVi wishes to illustiute
In them another Valley Forge.
Meanwhile Siikuman Is applying those
principles of warfare which hitherto have
rendered him so successful. From the dark
ness which now obscures him a light will
emerge, let us hope, which will pale all h'u
former achievements. Through the long dis
tance a voice, will soon ring, speaking of
success.
I He has taken up the gauntlet. He U moving'
to the Alabama river. It bisects the Con
federacy, and, despite overy opposition, he will
hold it.
A 1IKAI.TIIY
The Aijt this morning begins its editorial
article on tho war thus:
"Thf Wail Wo urc able to traco .Siinim n's
" progress down to last Wcdncsd iv. Bo h ot his
" expeditions ha 'e bun checked.'1
Is the ubove intended for tho foreign mar-
kui, or univ mr iiiu i,onuerueu(i vcom speeu-
, ' . . V,, '
i lators, who have succeeded iu putting go d un
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i to y0 on Just such lies ns this ?
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lion. Vii.i.i am O. MoouiiiiAiihai resigned the
ji(..-.ition of fiTHdcut of the rhilaUclphia and
development of railroad mu! mining interests In
tliH ruiiiitry, null the luimatim of tucli alliaacrs
ami ii'lliuiMv tj eveiy enterpriie that could j
as a partner ri uu House oi jay i;jokh k uo.,
. a iaiie sliarc of thu le'iors and rcspjusibilitlos of
a chitons rvo!.U uiioa ia. 1 was tniouU
Inn m.wt aii d cxonioPH, an I th" srcusjth of puH-
Mr i',ii'.i:,ioii... In hi i nhi'itv m.,1 Intn-ritv fh.it
thu immonse railrDud slivtoMt. from PiitUi!.!-
p!.U to Mr!e was brought to a triiimphimt foni-
1'lotlon, Kinl its tlirongiul passangor cars nnd
packed freight trains aro living monumen's to
his imhi fry find poniuN. Tho best wl-slies of
tf ris of fri'U-lh ucoonipflny Mr. Moor,u:ad
in vosh ihc off .ii, ai.vl itinj tli f..r oil' s-'cniw he
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AT 'II IK VA li 1 '. K( )( ) M S,
No. 1021 CHESSUT STSEET.
iuIj io (Ail it our warcriinii anil oxnnu our cttpithi'
ATlai'Ttt of l lnUly Improved Ktiiin-rtnd (raiid tMti9f,
W htvv ic l cd tho It'jthf.it reu;ums nt ttll ttigrr(
chlli!(.Ti(. evii liciiln tliis Cf.'Hiti v, incMitlliij; tiie 1'ilc
Mc'nl at tho Wot Id n r'a'j.Ciystai I'.ilii, New fork, tit 4
uuncrotiJi tetttiiioiilj.h fiuin tho bct mlUUt In till ctiuiitr
nit't fciiro'ic.
V e iei': hut;(lfd that t!ite Aio no riai.us umdo tuUii
country nuiiertfYr to oar ova.
A l'l.llatie'phlii muufft(tToni we prldo ouraelvi In
liMirg achieved reiHiUti'tti for our tintrainciiU unvx
ce UiUty any uther makers in tu'.u country. It is aw, i
ki ovn l'(t that our IManoi have fur tunny yai-maiu-ta'nod
tht lr l.ish ictmtation, notwithfitaudtui, the pjWLrfnl
0"iupi'tJtlon or the La to id mnkera.
cB-York ami li,! on I'Unon have lC(n fl odfd Into
1hl market ilTopfch Oieir nKt-ncIcs, ami horftldod hy t!nin
Mk the oiilj riaiKis in tho country ; jot at the aaiue time
th(",e fann- aontn vtiy st-ltivm rcutlnne to ap!1 nty one
n.ahiT'a Ineli un. t iitr, (or any len'h ol Lime, for tl.c rca n
thpA Ihcy arc liifvtior, and they are nmi-clled. to tuko
hold ot otli'T ujakcm', porhauH still more lnfrrlr,
alth'iuh ptifltd i.p by th'-ui oa ctlehiT.tt-d I'mno, wheu
at the name time such maker! have nuvor bten
known cr hewd of in llt( lr own cAli-i. Iho conMuquence
t, thai our eiticnA are oitcn induced to imriii!io ttch
litJ.-rior ttiitruoientu, h ithout coQldcrina their n or ttt
goneial iult-iestjt of tin lr city.
Th adrmitngcii our UtlEcni have lu enoouraghif; houifi
uiatiufitrtaM certainly sl.ouH not hejurcrloitkd, for the
f j"o tug reiuou :
Pimt. it ts arknowledgod that Philadelphia li the gn at
nunufarluring city of thU country, and cctctraUd f"i It
kiirerlor and skilful workmen.
B c'sg. The piirihaer obtalni the pi ino directly from
us, tin' manufacturer, and oavei the amount n ad by the
at'tit, wiio tnuaJly claluu renter pruitti tl.an the nianu
facituer. 'I hlrd. Tto apont'i rcspont.lhllitr aniounti to rotliiiiji,
tlieie !n uu red; t- ; the trimrumeut ho oll I m uleicr
tlic markt, Hiidtlie uuniiascr mn-t run tho rlftk. Wturoai,
outhfOiiior Imi.U, 9, the uianiiti:Liirv(, arc- in id
loij'OUiil' f. Add (aiiiint bt-lrk thu n-ap xibloilit like Die
ahtnt. out rrpuution I.h ut Mtake at a'l tii,..-i', and it U
11 1 ii h-re to our luieifwt to turn out none oth r ihitii litt
c.asn luttrniiteiitii.
Fotiith. Adiuidlnc that inch tnstrmnrnM mlrht he
e-iual V' out (jwnwtu n new, lhy caiii.ol kiV the anmn
rttiisikf tt'oi, i,r KOir the ttainu U-uxih of iline, ur the
reii.viii that ilic iti.t diei.Ui upon nthci.t to kecu muh
pianos at he i'ln in -rdur, and ill q( courto not oxnnd
mij ol hin iiroiit do ho, whilst Wt tho iuuufattiinT,
hfive (tr tvrn o:- licut Horkn.oii, wtm In ly understand
the bumtem, uud will ou..tiy j've t'icir altuntam, and
ti e piano made o wi ar mut I; lout or.
Cm cnLiiilKhini nt i one of th- mt tom U e in title
ciM btry, and wboti our Lew iuipro onifiits now In proLireni
are Liiiip:c cd, it willbi' one ol tho ifir.t't In ttv Mild.
Our ohu-ct J to rnke thir bramU ol ludu.itry one 01 the
at lr.itltiiiif.ii-i oi tUs city.
(ur !ni ninii'iite amo pHicaa iroat iiuroemonti, over
ntlitr , ami mir rvltiihlve iHciluna ltr manuinctiirlftif
enuidtt uk to ht op on band a larc toi k ui material, aid
jeoi tiro tho bi .'t tnNch nejj , ..
It ieraon don roui lo piirrhme will klvo uarnll,wc
Will prove all ihai u tiat- aid Ih rKard to our pmuo-t.
1 iic iv are, ol nui(i. alna.vs tJiiUroiitxia of oplinou, and
pi t jiidh . d uiiiioa, hJid iiiono ho ar intoirstod io tho hhIu
ot oihff i fan v ho iu din or I'non us ; to such wo have
on') to fkj'.Uikt It (iihi h vo ua lunch phiamire. t titiy
tunc, io tt-1 our liininieuu wlili any otuor mako Hliidt
tl . u-ny choi've U namo.
K'.lu ;ihk our l it ri tlt and the iiiibli'c tooa'tnndii
anni.o our up-rot i iaoti-. N tool hati-ftod that ns
iiim.i' initnfuycn uiucia w.ihm, mir n-icini utiuj
icju.niiiu.ii kihi irruiii aiciioiniiHi.uiiig.
N. li. Socond-liund l'iuuo Utkcn Iu exchange
1'IANOS TO UK NT.
Oi Jots f-, r Tuning promptly attended to.
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FINE CLOTHING,
2E
! NOTTINOIt 4.M ANI 8i!
I.AOI'H.
I KT.1t IPtl.M.
C'llENKUT
BIRf FT.
WINDOW SIT ADDS, No. 7 M I
m.w ri i ' EELTY,
t v.. . OASHUfftTON 00.
wjl(i Ar"i::'!n . uir.tn'ir rtbumt
t.o. 1 II ; ri.VN'l C'DVI'.IIS,
tllESItin . Hll'l-r Slfil K IM TUB UTT
UllSKT. AT f-'" I'lHI M.
n m . ti B- . i ,
WVANTV.
lARl'tM KKb WANl'KI),
II Al JIA ' I'll. IIT.I M WAHiilMi.rnH.
Hi in V nl ('ill. r ijr i:i i, km ah run, 1
Nui Ml, v,,:. w I i.nrie nili street,
K.ir Nm. Y.'ik Avenuii, f
W .iiimiTiii,, Hoitleintmr .""i, Ih.i4 )
U Ai'lM immi .1 mi I) , I II ir (, -ul (. AKI'KNTriin, l to
(.'. l'.vni I o,.k,.i . Marylnn l Wa.n. $! a ronnlli, ant a
rati. .fi I .eli r. ,..ii,.ii will t.r'PK Iiu own ail of b.l.
'1 I an (i'ii ! ir t., ii w ill In. luriiUlil ! I In ( .nrmiini'nt If Mi
worlioi-i. aui iiit li tii.tl. li., in ll.l . nlf to I'.iint l.'.oku.i.
JIHIN . K.l.lnlt,
CtiUiifl nnilflilrf iiai'U"-ma,tai
11-1 iM tiaitiit'iiit ol WA.tiiiitf oa.
CRK PA 1,1. A HAKOAIN. HAND-
Ilm- mill i liwpivnt Ihn I- hli.ry llrlrk I.mMiiiu;,
w .ii I'.i I I 1,'M'ti. ... f,, N. hKI.Nni MriMl True,
1 1' i , .1', 1 all ih -1. j l.a-.nr r '-ii 'in rit irn. I can-4iai
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Ti A I.AKI.I'. L,'MI:-:u IT CUY AM)
KaC'I'Iii. l'ii.i-.ia. Ii.i l-i, or l.nl.niKO. I'.l . ',
v nl !,. li, im liH-i' IU nl I ti.lo air in. Ml (I to r.il at inir
i.ni i- our. i i l a oi i-f i.ur Itp.t.'i.r. i.linli t...-jr will rc
i cut n; bi,t I'i . laurri'Mli ! ai.il iitii.'il ri.ar.a
t;. -. i m.ivKi i. a I. ,s,
11 51 I'll Til hiiMl.
I (i.sl (11
I . I..! I
(IU S'lOl.KN. '1 III.S MOIlNINd, A
b.i'.k, -'. Mining fbn it :.-'. il-.l a-. In I nl . d
. Mi i. in, ti-i.. nnu . In Nn. .-i; ,,lra. n In lil.lil. ,li .lami'.
.-1 nil, ni, nif linlik i I t.o l.'i A ri.rirli n ti. Itm il'T nC V, II
, 1 1. ili J . N I'll t.ol I.ni i. .-..i-il l-v lilm. A l.ii, trrnipt. Inr
; Oi i-liaii. nt .ii (k. atitlnllicr i'hh r fll no na :o an vr.r.iiit
li i. i.rt i... . as pit . I'i.hI n- ii tli l-vrrlr I'.M lO '. .1 pp..l.
A I I :!. . 1 1, ai J i.i ti ta u by .o'tirrittu the .auk io
. I I.I.I AM .1 . ME Ml,
2 No. "(OK.-I IV..M V Kill! tio.it:
OLIIM'-I. M. XSINM-X'IfllN,
SKJCUi lllKIKHt,
Nt. 7 1'AIWHAK 11UM.DIMU,
11 -i) : WAl.NVI STl:r.t.T. RKI.OW TiUKK,
i-UTiiif a: i. i.i: o moi .-ks on" commhsi-ix.
C'lAIt Oil. COMl'ANY, OF rillLADl.L
1? I in .
riMj.Aiin.i'iii iy t.l.-, !'i,
Tl.ia C. in ..!-, oii-Anit'd lA.tu a ( npit'il oi $.nn i.n,
wi: t. i f .:.n ii iinnw wl ni'.a a. Oiltcoi. nun lli
r'.'cf . r I., u.ii iinN'iiui. f.i
I l:i -il. i sr.
It .il. WILLIAM MII,I.WAUI.
7 I1.A fl.l II.
fAiii hi. h. rim i.ips.
f. i . i; i lAi-r.
M (l Kl, AI.I.EV.
Tl'." in." fily of liii Cimpimy con ,1,1. ll.e fi'l affli't
talinil'la 'Irnc:. ..I Lai.U, .liu.itiil ill V t'tiiiiiKu .-iMinrv,
I'i n.i r, hii'n :--
T.r fii" in "iionRi; ( lil.KK," I,.. .Ini, a large in.ul on
.;. t-ilfii 1 1 -ain . .....
'i i.i, pi.-ft ri. .-'., ri itrvf il l, tlir i'il;.lnril owiii i . out
n: ..n' I I li e I AKIIKST I, AM K.il.KM in lie In Vi nuii.-o
c.i nl.v llln'i ILr tli'i nvoi y ol nil, ,i, i in.rs,ii'g .iii.iti lnr
ii. " i Ii in., v I t. I, . I.i Iio.ihI :o Lo tin -iirj-rthn il l.y ai.y
terni.in iti tl'i. rt-i' u,
hl pi.-l t: rif ui iiittrA (I. . i Ai-u-., on ll.e Al Rl.fnv
ri.i-i, lull' init i; "ImiM' CiaiK.' ami m the iii.nii'ilia'o
rm II. I.I V A '. V W I't.LM r-.w In f-lic-il.. I ol'Cr tlii.n lr
ii a'fi i i'i" lii' tie cilebn.lo! IHILl.l, I'll, l'llll.l, IPS,
:ii"' ' tl, went..
1 1 1' t-,i. of til. i ('..nil itttt ii o.vm il in 'P,K HIM
I'l.l., l.ntl 1. ill i.. 1. 1.11 I. I'.l, Al. Hint Itl.XAItLI', li-mnrv.
1 In ir I, nl'ntit I NT. AI'KF. nl r iiv Itr.s. il. tnir.ti wnl.'-li
tl" ri- is a ..i ll tt.i' on i erslit'llisuiuiikil to t. N t, I'nLKTIl
oi ID' CU L" Al. i V.
tl nl.'i,r'.s liari' I reu iiiailf f. .r Hi." Iminpiinileva1'ip-tli.tili-l
Lclh tia-tn, a til rm lRe Tct.l, imd n re.a y
inhi-l li.r-7 for tlia i'iu"!e Ibii'iwoT. tlie ground, ami in
i'o'iim' o' eict linn.
M . i.i.nihin.f Hi.at". lo ertniil of TWO lirKI.BttD
T1I.MAM. 'Mia nili-i rl.t, .n p lr of Ih" .link i.
fiki.l at I'M. l.Ol.l.AJi l'KK hliAUL., lull iall, and .So
aAr(inrn! .
I ffu ,n Tlii,n.'aril l.nllar.i l ave liecn loorrud by tiio
nr'gliinl owrer. tor di'Vt'lonlna nroiiertv.
'1 1 1-iil-itiil'ii.-n li'.ok ! mm- i'ii. n al Iho Rlnro of
8AMI II, H I-1IJ1.LI1'.-. Hi... Si. mil :: H .VLM
let. I ll-'.'U-MJ HAMI 1.1. Al.l.hS.wwratary.
1 ii IV T XI A.
TZ A T I N G HOUS I Z,
oitosite thu tost eri-'icE,
10-l7-:m rHILADlXPIIM.
A SAMl'Lli CA.SK OF CALll'OKMA
IHM H.
A 8 ..MI-I E TASK OK CAl.ll TillNIA WIHUS.
A sa.mi'I.i: ( AKi: or cai.ifohma i1'.m.
one Imtile or'Mlo.cati'l,"
(.no liotile ol ''r.rl,"
( 'no Lollli ol "Ainiellea,"
one Imtlli ofNIierr.,"
Oi:i. iKtlloofllook,'"
unr Imtile of'-oraiio Uranilv,"
t.iil I.eroiuAiOLit to an-iiart ol tho i-ouiur on recelptof
f. nn.iy pby-U ian., i1nn;cM., and fitmllles will nltaaii
tlotkc, una diici t itllorili r. to
"( Al 1 1 oil N IA WINE AOP.MCV,
"'. llnrly.lw ). I'll' I'll Hlrcot,
11 '"nlm aoo. e CMiiniiil, rii'ladi il hla."
IiUiii CA! II ORNIA WISKS
I'I ltli CAl.ll DltNIA WINI'H!
PI KB CAI.lKoltNIA WIN'El!
IIOf.'K WINE.fn in Callloiiiia In. yards, .'.inal to the
fun out Rtiine.
loin WINK, from falifiriiia Vlnoyardt, uow u.tdand
I'l'i'M-rih. il liy our leiiilinii n'i Aii'lnus.
AMil.i.K A WINK.ic'uiOa lioiniaVlnevarilii, hlfilily
Di iilur bj m nil.
Wl SCO PI. WlNE.fmru Callioinia Viocynrila.-rtjit.
ftlile t chililten ami the aeil.
Hill ltUY WINK, n i ui. ('Hlii'ornla Vineyard!, of iieoullar
va'oe to fetpnlr. In ik'liei'tc In :ilth.
IIKAl'K IIIIAMJV, Irom ('all'imhl Vine) ardl, used by
Imuli't. with the nioft tii'iiffliiil ri-anlti.
C.M.IIOItNlA WIM; AI.KNLA, So.4." (forty two) 8.
J:'li .11 Sut-'Ot, u'io. I' ClltMlilt 11 -H.liil!U
IPNfiM'OIlTU'S 8 WHET CATAWBA
j w isr,
iiM'.WORTH'R SWKPT 0T VWI1A WINK.
I.O.St. WOli HI'S HWKl'.T t'Al'AVVKA WINK.
A Mini I' in voire ol tlii.i fitvot-ito li'i.nd ut the CAI.IK(1'
HI A WINK AOI.MV, No. 4'.' (Ioil-lwo) M. r'llTIl
Kticet, ai'.'V"f In -nitt. II jvmil'n
g; DUTCH BULLOUS E00T3
AT AUCTION l'IUCK.8,
Toiioeconltiineiiirf throe ca.es of IITACIXTIH,
K'l.irft.andCl.lH'I'KKK, jti.t rnedroil (and "init-d this
J i), fioni lioiti idnm. They will be old a! dltraunt of
-'O ,-r cent, from my caLtl'igue price.
lKJlWCllT iiUJST, JR..
Jit ... I'i-.' and Ml il UiK.KT KTltKKT,
U '.H Ci Ai.ove Kimi.
UNIVERSAL CL01UE5 ViEIBfGEn.
THE "Gill: at family i:coxoMizi:i:."
ir tub
U1'.ST AND ( ).LY IfLLIADLU WRIN'GICR
ULioiii: tiii: rioi'i.i:.
IT 18 HJE.M'iBT 1.1 ijAlll.t: MAI'lllkiK M.II.K.
It la tfie only Wringer with I he
tatknt coo M'iii:i:l iu'oulatoi:
r..r lii! nin hi.ti, roll, to ,,-tl.,-r. wlili-h poil'lvi ly rrov "nTa
iri'rolla imui lrt.,iktii or lul.iiiu on tlifi. alritfr', ua ail
VVrii 0, r. itiiliout
COG WHEELS
Will tlo. ii.- intttt) K-jw alroiiylj it mag be a-Mrif 1 to tJie
"iim-.iry.
ft is in! only a i r.V.'t Wringer, Mit H-e Co Wh" t-e
It n ii'twt-r wli v). r.U'!'ia 1: a M,st I'.Ai KLU' S C
V.'AHllKH, as tsilil.'U toby lltou imJ.t ivlio tsvu u In
Tt nvi'i Tunc, lai't.r. cl .luc, anil u.fiiv. It., ii t. i r
tu-!? Hi tl.r hA Ol" l 1.0 I li I aU ALOMC lw-i; tl
il n:!it.
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cot; vhi:l:i.s,
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., '. ri ii. -1:1 1 1 . ii " im en.i!:-. -. . "' 1. v Mn :! from f'A !:
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1 .1 mi .. 'i;iii.ii i-'i.if 1. . vv 1 ...i, -,i .1 i-i i a .
'r . 1 .., ill V- ' , '"' V.,ril, I vinr L.. lii.t. I ,e ( 1 rl
11- I. 'i.i I ... I I 1..., ...I If 'i,"l.l. IS il, will i. is... I
; . ; .1 , li i .' , ' . li 1 i. Ill -il.'i'','l.'' ' ' U'.' .'i vo
,i UN K. 1.11 I' Li",
.Uiii'.' 1'.. i.L' r.S,
li . n' ' H . P. I'll .roiiiml"',-..
AMDI.N ANII AMfiuY
r.AILItOAD AND
Si.
X.- 'I KA.SSl t l. f V l"S ''tHil'AS 1
.m 1 .1 I AT. N.J i 1l 1.'.
( '.a-M f.1 tiin wi n-..ir:in' r:,ri v1' I'Tomm" l.i'hn
I iiie-., lr in l'i,.l..i!. It Mn, Waln'it lrel wliiin, lor
lo.a. 1. li 1 . m. . i.'i 1 ;. P. l.
Oi; i.li. .." 1 Mann K.i'. eiul tr .'!-, 1' I. Ihe line rw'T
Ii ,m a! 1.' M. ,ili -i .... .,t 11;. A. id Aivi til hi. u iv
it n . 'i I. .i 1 P M. Kill I'.uo ' I'."'! I'. M., I'r.'in Waln.it
eiue'. uhamor Miv HorH and lnturiiii iMa-i ,ui oii.
I, :., , M. ii. HA i :: vjki:, A-- -t.
REDUCED PRICES,
A T. J-J M T .
WOOD &. CAR Y,
No. 7 ir, CIIIiHNUT HI IlIilTr.
LADIES' AND MISSE;V SATS.
AM. HIIAIMCH.
HJJ8T HTYI.JW,
l,OWliHT I'llIOlU!.
"NEW CONTINENTAL HAT," J
AT
K J D 1 R A T V, P It I 0 K H .
r a - M. rri . -ir no vet ma. . rit a
and Dotifl.ia ribarieA.
WOOD t- OAKY,
Vo. Tl' OIlf HKUT ATBPIBT. ,
SPtCiAL NOTICE8.
V" HIKODOUK T1LTON, KSU.
v 1 i IIKUlmtK Tll.TOtf.
OIFICK OF 1 UK MA YOU OF XU&
or run. mki.i iiia.
I J,()l I VIA I ! -BT .
W 1-fri.fi, it t j,( jrA b tt r i or in t u! a '-r-i.ir inrt
1!nt m Mil 11 A 1.1. A I.IK, N rvue tn lis df'h )1 ft Rua
ttict wiimtl. hi thf liaxiU of a nun t.,lli"1 "KKIHY."
ti e tii "til f i r KMA . , Nii ml-erl'i, li-til In a riutatiraat
nl h't.. l'.T H. Tlilr.l htn ft. in (din nt Now know v 1IM
1. I. AShKll Mi;M;V. ftUor fi Uv cHTof l liUartr4
I.ia, tin hfv i-v on r Ihc stun . HV K HI NIltKI) JKktV
l,At; tn ifiin-(iccr i-hull i.iv ucu liiturmAMnn hi wl
M"nu'' t-r h'icfi I'tid cttin it llt ii til ll.e ttkoa by whoM.
uii i. iiitirtlfr rtTiunt-tcd.
In t.-ii..n hcreot I c liprwiiitn trt tnyhandaf
cittiMj tu t. j. IT-a cd thu M-ni t.rtln- City of I'hilaileifhia,
Uil t .Miiuy-aixtl, t'ity oi Npyi nifn-r, A l HH.
AI,l.ANIi;l( HKNIIV,
ll fM 't M.oorui IMalailnifthla.
M:V YOKK 454 1 N DK I'KNP i'.NT,"
n f w voitK 'MN'.l:l.T.,
JTTr VIL Nm.scKH'MONS. THKRR
ar- only One 11 u mired tSulncriptlont at tiOUV
1 .itilciiltiTtt. In a wt d. B-t in e sftup'r avnn traote
rf vAiiiuh v Kni to rltu, )r-'ii injr n tUu A'l iilteny dvc
a:i i its tfliMturir-,, mi.t'oMnti' umms fiainl ,nl inhiiiiR ri-ra1
con.j.uiin fc utiw a; .rK , ami t n i hull r iirire Uian Uir
tit lit )il i :i i". v In ( i.i r-ii . I (it- Hn'f.iT'1'arA orcHnUe !
t oiNMmtj thriiiDeUin, fit 1 1 liK'iruiUtorM.anil maaae UMtr
ai'f.rt
Miarr a;c p.ivi.Ue f Itlirr nt tlie time of snhnrriMair, r
w Leu the list i- mt-tic tip ; ll ti nirt tl, iho or more wrnoM
r,n t-l. l- iit-tiir and nk a hdwrc. AliMy ihc m;nnif
of .Ivircs H'p fecinci. At t'ie lntk will pi:itirenv oioM
tm V4'M-Ai lit m, io Muip nnu or more of ilicfw tm
ii)aiinnP' fcliui rs. ittlui us n i ir.n il o - tulfirrnph, or nitjilj at
onn t'l anlr'., JtSrN M. JVi I flMIKMiN,
K h. cr. KU'ltTil antl W AI.M I tU its. I'niUla
It Or K. 1'01:IA, I iiii,if , Ni)..'i.'T A Al.NUr hU
"Till': ST ATI'-. OF TIM''. COI'NTRY,'
"inn htaiis k nn; i ounthk.'
fCJ --' OM'ICK Ol'' THK UKACON Oil.
m-j' (-,iuirtiy,Htioni1 mo-y No,;ii8 Tlllltl) Htwat.
riili.AiiM.i'MIA. Nnvi'tnliiir latil.
A nifrtinp of ll'f H'oi-klii.hli ra of Ihc Hmin Oil (.'am
panywill In' h.'li at tin-t.lliciof tha t'ompanj, oa MUM
1 1 A i , lii-i-cinlirr .', atilociork I. 51.. for the purpo.o
traiinct4ng ItlHlnc. liecc.iry to the fntera.t of the
I'oiiiV .i.v. .IUUN C. MuCLIN I'OIIK.
11 J-lot Boorolarjr.
CONC'l.KT II ALL! CONCKHT HAI.L!!
CUMCKKT HALL! CUNCKItT 11ALLII
lir; ?- NOTICE -OI KICK OF THK M An.K
--' Shaua Oil ComnanT, Ko.Wl WAI.NliT Htra.4. J
2iiii.ai.:i I'll! No. tm'ier ill. lai'4. '
The Itoard of I.lrerlora h..-o tltl i tlnyanciaroaatlividrtaf
of rill It I'f It t'liNT on thr Capital Hlotk, payable on
ninl allfr tho itoth Init.. rl.-ar of Ht.te tuxaa. TliftMo4t
will tn- cioteil fnr IraD.ft-r on tha 'Jth luat , at 3 F . ai.4
ojm tied on tlia JD1U.
lliU-ot TIIOMAS It. AKARLK, Bacretarf,
i" TUIi.SDAV KVKMNO.
tlkuiav K.vr.xisa.
risr- oittci: of vktkuan hountv
t21' Knml rnauillan. No. 7 II H.IJSMITII il II ALU
LIllltAIiV Hliri't, 1 hl!nili.il,ia. Ite enihsted Vaioran.,
"..u um mil iwrno hiij ,, urn Diiiiu.r. arr rRii.'i'u ...
C'I't liouniyol Lvemv-nvo Uoll-ir.s. 'I hi' Coiniiii.sl nerf
aipofiiti tl to axaalno i laitna for ihe aho. e honnlr i
trnt) -llva dollai . will mi l l on MOM'Alu, WKI.M1H.
I'A H, uno M,'ILlAV!, al . o olnck I'. M., at So. 1 (i(I.U
hMl'I'H N II ALL, I.I1IKAKY Htrim. l'ersnn. sutllloil I
tliia lloiuil y are rciiu.'.li'd to apply at thi. Oilier.
ti'MllllTKtt.
F.D SArKDrRS.CIia'm'n, JONATHAN HI'l,T.O(K,
1'AUL.I. rirl.lt. ,UEO. W. H1MUN8.
KliWIM Ulitlll.E, I ll ti-lU
K5T- OltEAT I.KClt UKOF.THK SKASOK,
' t.IIKAT I.Kt II IlK OK THK HKtSKN.
O l'" F I O B
OP THE
Lehigh. Coal and NavigationCoinpany
IMilIiidi'Ilihia, November W, 1SW.
A WVIDF.ND (.
1'IVK l'Klt CIO NT..
noire TWO noi.L.Mtl A Nil HI'TV CliNTS p.,r ah II
,iu inn . ainini p.nca or ine , ntnpany, naa till, aay
dc. iaiuti liy the Hoard of Maua.er.,
rAYAUI.K ON AND AFTER
TUESDAY, THE 29ih INSTANT,
CI.E.UI 01' DNITKI) STATES AND STATU TAKKit
EDWIN WAIjTISU,
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P'fr OFFICE ri'NJJSYLVANIA RAIL-'
' liU.MICUHl'AM,
I'm i. adi.i viii a, Novrmber 4.1804.
JinTlCE TO 8IlAHi:lli)l,Llfi (tf.
Tl.a 8hart!ioMi..ri of thli company aie notined that
pn.lcr l:r.. liitliin ol tiio lloa d oi lliirotor. thay ara. autl-
th d lo anriM-r.lii' to tlia .lot-It of the Company the aniounti
ol 1LN l l ll t:f.NT. on I ticir ri'.pootlv lntoreat, aj
ii'.tc.i m. in.'ii ii'mii,..!! .nn .-u in. taut.
ai-h shureh.ililor on IiIihI to a irio-ilanal part of a ahar.
tiiiiJer IU ti rui. ol' ilie iii .olutioii, ahtll bii.o thoiin.h
l.'o of .nb.tilains foi afull aliaie on luo payment of tirvjri
'li.ui Hio. k Will he Imill.tl at the o.lr valna of flftv iloL
lara prrahaio. Aci-rtifd ii tcr.-.t at H1X I'l.lt (.'BnT.wUI
1' t'oariii'tl irom t lie li.t lli.Lant until naTitiont ta uiado.
Tl.f Hooka for nnb.cripii..ii and pi.tni'iit will he oaa1
on MUMlAV. the '111 ililtallt. an.l ..111 oln.a on tha .'ilxd
ol l'.'i'.'iiil.i.r itrM, ailor wliu'li no further auliacripUouai
n in i... r.-i vi. i uno.-r trf r.'."i'iilon.
Jl-lvtw-ul Tll'jld AS T, i iUTlI. Trraiurtr.
NKW YOIIK ''IN DF.l'I'NDFNT."
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-i WtiTJa'.N UAMi OF l'HILAUKLl
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N"Vl Min i.- jn, IhM.
At an eli'i lton hi'itl on the Nt I mtal.t. Ilia lollowl
namrU untli-iiieii eru rifctt'.l liireuiora of Uu. llank I
II... ,'i .ii i nit vtar,
J.iH.'lih I'.iiti rtoli. T totiin. Kt'ath.
W.ll-au MHU r. t. ''.il't' S. W oi.,1,
Morrl, raili ri-ull. lii-niiiintii S. J.inncy.
II. 1.. far, on, tieore'd A. Wood,
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A:;,l, hi a irft'iinif ol the Hoinl of D'rai'lori, lieM thM
uay. JHHi i ll 1'Ar 1 i.ion, K-1., w.i. clcuvd I'mnidi it
tn i '. .V WKYt.A vin',1 ',nf tr. 11 Jh x.
THE M'ATK t'l- Till: COVNTIIY.'
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trzif oi-FifK of Tin: oumsby pktjuW
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