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Mrs. Christltery, who recent1y returned tFro*l PIett, whliller th we l w lt with lher hut band, is Low llvlli with her mother In Mary land. Tbe etudents of the Illinlno state inltvor S1ty hlave reteilted enaIrlt t le lnot ifll) dill. Two hundred of tin li m i at out" withl the faculty. henlry L. CIIntll n, W. II. Vllndelehflllt.'s prtn Cl .I I t coitt - lea the I I .I w rI t I e e-t e'e.e-e', tils ,en'lit ble llal-t a 11111 tIee 32r I Iin ll',r i,- vii's . ' ren dered In that i-ult. Val, llallllt t clillu to settle. The CerIullanrli I" v.,r' r -ays I hnt Ilalnic'r stre.lapth i1 stll xl. (I. ally ie, et iII Ohio; that. ble s the' cei t' I Iit a (ti l-i» 1ee1 t) catter0 4 h -.ti1 helat.a'i . 1ci. t1t (th11 1 It, Int ll 1I is n ao stetgr thll at all in M hliie. Itfis ltstcd thal Hnirc t'lay SHlrnl ian'F (Jln Cli.iatl b0 , r1 I- I t ii w . i tI h hII e I1 I -IIat -ital re)( f' ,f Scouple 1 of 'il tiu1 y Ih pll IIinlitiI kr i, iets set up lllllll uan ilit.10 Iry btuIautll 111 the Uor oorans bulldl g a It Watiilltltit. ThoPe 'llo tlave' I,-lan curpe iilrg that Hl'na tor Canmne(li 1tt lli t terr (1ie lrit If ally had such sia Ide n- ln i e it. tie1 ' he Int1 '. (d to 1me't that thet yOu.g HeS 11hactr I co1-a la-1 d III own tOuunty to Ilstia t I t'l hli 11 atl c-ire ,uil llader. The cnllrolled nrtllllllet f Mf 'c-a'huciPtce, as appears lh Iin cdjutncit Ut 1, I'.i' lcin-t re'plt., umbtb rae 25,91;1 - t llll tof :8017 over 1H7H. 'Ihel Volunteel r hatiia itea e licileit. oIt :t.2 (.)cm andicgll[ Ofllcole an til 9 111111 'lII t d nl, . Mr. Bof .well Is nillal ait, feH rvent a thlrd teruer asc Il,c I c.e H- illl t' leiklani. 11t Ic lltquetel< as dPoelartlg that. Ihe wrould l at hIr ihe tcIeat With Grant tlhantl "sletlll t, teli tilloctaatloni of s.ratebers, tai)taltersi.c (I1 -lltalnn." The Omahrn leral l thI.ks the Iemocratto CODVelnlioll w hIl ralot tIe, I n'thtl hi (Clllago, "lw eauseevety ictledihig IeWtlslppr Inl Chicag 'o, Itoluddlig t he' Times, Is (~lcstalllll ty twlyllng the D Demolcatll th It I ly Inl- d etllLadoring its Irpblei men and canl(llditldater." The Iean. lJlerph ('nuclon, Iltaltelnant gov ernor of lthe ir'avince of lit Mntllltetl, waIes nUar rled In Chlacago, Fehllrlunry 1, to Mits Emtma Lei Molne', (leulthter oef teibert LoMtaine of Ottawa, (Canada, (Clrk or the 1)olulnion benate. Gov. D)avl, of Mlnln, 1a only :17 years of age. lie Is tlhe on of a" tlfa r, nutli wIhlet I the army studlied l,t, t, roclittnll to an oflicer. At the close of thea war hee attteniodtl the enam mary at Keint's 11111, andl helted hlmscif along by teaching. The St. Louls. Ghloe- Irniarutl enya that t he insdrlptio]n "'To the gIl ry of (ihi atnd the mSemory of (crneltlol VY'indcrhillt" Is a very bad mixture ofl centihnllnt, even if It Iha blc'c plaed( on a tabilt on tLh will of a Now York ehutch. The first cholo of. tIac Ntow York Timec for Presldent Is (rratnt; Its sciatd choice la Waah burne. The lrhst.l ehlel'o of tela Now York Tribauna Isolane a,nd tsl et ond chCtollo etem to be Shermanlll. I'h, flr-t choleu of (ollklting ib-Colnkllng; alnd his seuuod cholao la ---Ook ltas.. Lovers of worll's fair cannot complaIn of the supply alnid varlitly ftlrlashed tlth this year. They tutu attend the II htetrnatlonal 11"11 show at Berlin li April, the Inte Inatilornal fair of arts and manufacaure'r atu ; IrallMclru s itI Maty, and the intertiatltonal expositllons Il Nouttl Amrler 8and Australl ateI r in the year. The petrllit.i, Ilvlong thlhil at New L'ailladel. Phl, 0., isc still anolj 'oic o wollindrl ent Ie I that State. e was t.akell to Uloveland roe eently and tlthere exilnteeail by tmanlly ndcllal men. The haarldnlless hlt spret ad gradually over the entllro Italy. ''lt1 lilttlto follow's l'gs and arms are 1tt-i', e1tai( and now IalmIst its hard and white as granite. Gen. ioynto., to whtm Ro mulch Int.'raet Sow attaoelle, graduluated at K'entucky Mill tr'y I13stltutt, atlit Wits prof eosr of althe-' 1matloi there for sloav-eral yeaIrs. H ealltie'rld the service as Mejor ,of thlae h'ilrty-lfth O()hill Vulunteorc, was prolUitti d as Iloutllleanllt colonel, and ilbr Irvated IbrlgaIltier gel'eral ifor gallant conduc:t at (t.hliakarIaugtlga. The annual reatort of thet Pris'on Conmlis- I stoners of MIusachus'ettsl.,referlaingl to tlne treatment of Ita'rle conuvllts. sat that two years' experience with he retoreuatory prisaon or women Ihas dlemlntral. t d c(:onl ltlvely that an institution of this kind ttan be seo Osesfully lmn8reteld and ceolntrollt l by womon, and that the nllaprtaanea' of the texperilmeut Ia not yet fully appreciated. I California Is thlrivi.a andl happy--eand a little boaatful. Latat ycar was Iht'o most proe perous in the history of the State, the ex- t portl Includin.r 2'J.).000 gallons of wllnc and . 0,00,000 worth or wheat, althouglh heIr dle- f, ,ance from the worli' -ll arkets Ilmakes her profit on the lattte'r tcortllelltilty smatll. There were built on ihr ()IHet 130I voWls.'ii and theo exports of gold and silver worl $2',21)0,0tla). it. Loule Is aheadio of Chhiratgo --e a mlining gulch. The street cldeparltlatclet halls trruck ea , ellver mine while dllagig a stwer' tllrough O'Fallon str'eat. "Vory rich (iaOlclnea ores, I running fully 70 per clet. Ill ladl, with a vary flg pruportion of sllver." 'I'l deposit lehs I n poclets, and the ()'Fallonlsts are conterr- t plating the prolprlety ef stakling out clllraimsl 9 e the ellars alld batek yardst. What has t, Chicago to say to this ? d The United Status grasnl jury which just 0ompleted its labors at Tralt.alt. N. J., did not fnOd any Illndtt't lllt IagalllnLt C:,ongrces"tamn Charles H. Vc'rlis, inu the Ftilth New .Jerscy distriot, who was ritrently hhl to hall in the teum of $6.000 for alhlga.i fraaIeaduloet trans aotionln ain coinnceti, wtllh hla pra.hlaalency of the First Natineal 1·1 ilk eof I larck,'latsck. Tile lgralnd Jury, htwe'ver'. dit nuot dIlmllats tlhe ease, but mert'ly tl uljaurtnead it filr tt ,aon-l. sideration of tha next granu l jury, which meets in April. The ComAunlar l"ritniclao du 'l'elegrapha se Paris a New York ilatvlllg opanItid thir j line for busi'ues anl t'nereatnlttiaqlitlt a number of busnle'ts Inellt at-ilcntrci!latl runta i8bge, nOW pra'tti'ally wittllcl'tW e'roeath to eld temporarlly anal stipled work. Ph'ta eause of this Ilas in tlhe arctilon af- tile Anailo Amerlcan Comlpanly, thet rlval llne whlte'h ba gan the war ly red'alae'ig tihe Iratta, frorll sav e.nty-tive Calnts Ia word to twalva aend a hailf. P Asthe new c.iieetlIrat hadtl hIu icllt workiin un der theolt tatrlT of .vety-eit'i,' ea clant. they suddenly loullti th.e publati tltali-rtint thlem iand takluyg aatvaaetlla' of hi e-'nornulees re duction by thee Auiglo-AIIiimtr il.cal. lMr. Vain Ohauv.au. thea lulnltacigear or th e Freth Coin011 L pyly, t8a' that he I tt pre'pareid yet tco anl nounce what hia p.-iplt will doa. l'wlve tIlld a half eonat a wiord I tiet low, he satl, lanlid it would ha slnipley ruitullela ir a ci'rimpltny to take businats at thatt rlt,. tntd , of coursei, tha Anglo-Aueriaall cir 'lllt ' r- flidI to titantd such StarlIff very liatg. Mr. Vlanl t.,hau(aelin thitks that, in a Iew d'ays, tht ni aaumly·lnlllt't oi the new Ilces will ag'rata uicta tea o11 iti li-n t" citteam P on t neert tles warilike attcik of the oppo sition. The lt.es t f ihe Puotto, [&8lnt ihl Amerieau.1 In France thei ftrirna is largely tusei for cullnary pulrto,'. se.l'hie faulous gdrvies, 184$Ue ant sou.p. ot f Fr itce are largely in debted for their .ex'tlltt nce to that t-ourrce, and the bread and pastry ullytlliy so, whtlht a Kglat deal of the so-titld vogI.u- tc, llltp)olrttil Ilto L.ngland from Franllte., s dl1tilled from the potato. Throug int (,rtuany the sieun uses are oommol. In P lanud t to manufacture of spirits from the potato is a most extensive trade,. "Stettin brandy," well known in cinrlutree, is largely imported into Eugl.mnd, and is sent from thencet to many of our foreign poe Seslions as the produce of tihe grape, and is plaoed on many i tatle of EnIglaind as the same; while the fair hliles of our country perfume thetu.elves t ith the spirit of potato under the designation of rtuu de Cotl.gte. But there are other tiuF·s WhiIc this etculent is turned to abroad. Aftter ,xti racting * I farina, the pulp Is mutanutfctrr.i uinto ornal.ental air tiles,, such as picture fr.ltesll, snut boxes and Several desr.riptionts of toys, and the water that runs trnlu it in the tprooss of ILtaufac ture is a wmst valuablae sCtuler. For perfectly cl+ianunuKg woollen and such like articles, it is tel' housewife's panacea; nd if the wa -thrwthaur happena to have ,ains, she bti eimres cured by the opera rsons are awareof thie great demand .our., and of tlhe almost unlimit.ed i rlkit that can be iound for ·.lI is pspl lly the dry evapor inary potat -thle whiter -Id otlher manufacturing pitatiou and with the It meets with a large and increasing demand in Its primitive statP, as potato flour, and tIn Lanceashire alone 20,000 toneaLre soldl nnually, d and as many more woutll iIm taken if put on 't the meark't. When ealeluedl It Is Ucedl large'ly for Mllk dreye liig and other purprtoes. At pr~clent the quottlitl n for potto) flair Ii iv r- ,rl pool In nerlely idoublehh that of wh, at toller. 1. (uniltlglinmeit to 1Liverpl, d are peol htl bud Iy i the lIr,eikers there, who promlso ti toLkte all that can hel furrllhed. 1 l)u'illg the Friaceo-lernrnan war the French it goveRne'l ntpurehaied all thei fl, l tea It. eI, nll; e- inulte, nliid mlixeed It with whie-ihtec Ilt lr in i "otlttlo e'ik4e1" for the elarm'ly. l"'rllalle ait that u11nlo rioMs tio £40 pli'r toll, andil ('VI i li' supplyl l3 rlill short of thlle diemandll. '"1iileo thln an ItI l it 'lr'nee'|I aIueelalntof 1riflrllea hias i,'(e' rieg'ulbrly 'o lt-rll 'ed in |F 'ralllll'e, w l llllt fu i ll ll llhave S I'irre' lsp nlllli ly f I lt f l li edl, IIll in te rio llntr'y. The thILIufaotur| ol potir lo Iur Ii so inglple, anill thel resuljlls so Ilet hodleal, Ithat. It re (q ire' a - Very Illrlo e x pi rle'le(toie I seh a . atlttfactoliry If telele. 'lhoe pli)tate,'m ri'i lh'fst Mttl'pld iii watter Sflrol mix toi taelv hourlllll' to eP(lferl thel dilrt Sand lothr miat tir adhetriing, atlrcl r which they d 'lhey are thlen retil'cld to a pullp 1y a rasping'll 0or grlldinlg proco. in a iprllpeerly conrls li'trcteld y oill. A smallll steLanI or waeter in causIleti teo Iliw onl thee ullpper MRuillif(u of the ralA)p ior Sgrlindelr toe keep It, clelan oef thee aecumullllllHat on Iof pulp. Fronmlei thre grlder thee pulp falls linto al washing Itaehllel,. throuiIIgh which the farhinal SIn forrored by revolvineg brueishem, Ite w(arn'Ier plcll) twing throlwn out at litereal lopeIllinlegs. T'l e graullles of farina pran tIhrough a triough i anlld are ()edllltiltod to vats, where tile firina is pierielttell toidlepoetlt. A tlr tI Ih proper lmbelllcor Scef filtrations and dteaslit.llon hllave oei.iu'rreel. iluntil the last d() eolet, whili'0l is plurIe white farina, the lattter .e.oomes of semlltient ielmis o telncy to cut into emlllips aind laeidi , Dithelr -lnisupperted or In conlital wirte e~anes, to dry. rTho dcrying procee'ss c.aln be arcc.)mpllehoed In a Sbuildinig ulpplled( with Miolve8, andcl oepable 0 of teing heat(ed fromte i;fl'; at which the ftarina begies to dry, up to 212'. whih'h Iie as high a . teaperaturee as it will require. T'he heatling . apparatus may Imb such as e nmost ceonvielel setl.. In Europeo the flarlnma in packedi in 200 to 212 pound linle i (acks, t)llt Iliour I)Ir'iole are sail tol b preferable, as the wloo(I pIotects It fronm dtamage, and allows It to be transportedt lesafely to the mtoet dlistlnt regions. II.Tho Journal of Applihtl ilehhnc'e. ----,l~te,--- A Mare's Neat E.rll, I The Hritih Afdelical JlIpuriaIl anys: "It In well known that in A mriores ,verythlug Is 1 counterfetial. The wooden halns anld Iut nisegs sent from the Now EnIglandi Statees aCr r well remnlcmrnelrrle. Eggs atro also elow ceurn 1 trfelteti, and their manufaecturen is carrlhel out on a larlge scalpee. 0n oneli side of a hlargo rooml t he replrter saw setveeral larg(e c(oppe.r vessels llll4I with a tlllick, glutinoeus yellow manrs, which a man was ocimtantly stirriug. This was tho yellow of the egg-the yolk. On the opposittie ldo wterie smllliar veseils, in whllch I lh white was fIalricat'd,. 'iThe egg-Mshells weorel c mniadof a white sullbstanceO, .alerubling plaster of learls, by nlelaees of a blow-lptie, just as soap bubbles are blown. After btcig di'hol icn an oven, the erggshiells weere filhed with artificial albumtin, than withll some of the arttililal yolk, and, lastly, with a little of the artillclal albutuen. Thl smIall openingll at the end olf the egg was closled with whlit cement, aned the greatest achielleveconllt of ncuoern cvlilizatlon the artlilcial egg --was ready. In arll .aranlcc it reseolcblelt It naturat l egg, lbut, whli.ther" cookecd or raw, It Wats nldigesti ble and Injurlous to healtth." -- **------- A Generous Man. A loheminan artist had written to IBaron 'r'aylor that he wast down oni his Iloek, hlad a Ileelirleess lacndlord, andll( asking for :lol frante to lenbllle lthle toi lieave tle dwelling wherle hie was daily Insultxil. 'Thle JtBaron was t)uclilhed by the letter and at onlctee senlt tlhe rlne ly. 'Ihe l Irat Intlmation of this that the B.ioho rllian recietlved was o(nvieyed biy his tlandieIrd, who lhandlel hlmn his bill retiitptted, .aying, "Youlr frleidI, Baronl Taylor, hast idi your rent for you iin full---1() franes! "Great He'ave. !" yolled thel artist in an uncontrolla tle' .earoxyHmn of gratitude; "why didn't ho ild Ilme the monelOy--youl'd have Itsen glad enoiuglh to lot Ine movei oult foIr notlhing i" Good Evidence. When such men its thie Rlv. I)r. RItnkln, iltv. l)r. Harvey, Father Fi'z (Qoraid, Prof. (trton, I)r. Balrtln,, (ol. Jollhn K. M hcCheensy, IE. W. Neff and a host of others (equally trust worthy certify over their own signaI tures to the mnarvelllus el'ltacy of) Warner's H.Sfe Kidney and Llveur U(re In the dlsaMes for which it is rlecomnelonded, It is time to dis miss dloubts on the sultbject. Dr. Win. Alex. Greene, Macon, Ga. Dr. Wm. Alex. Gricieen. Malon, Ga.. writes: "* * * I horfully ltateth II.t I lhavetested tice virtuel and eilleieonor of (oldtun' Ltobh's IAquheti Extracit of lBoof in my terlvate pralolrco in 'lcaie f oerlneoral debility. wn.aklloss, d.-Dres lton, dIAyspelpsl, loss of apteitliteo nd nervous sfllictlons, when medluine hlal irovetn meir-e than ulseloss. I have, found It the boet remedy I ever used in chronl,, alcoholllm, when 'h,e stomach is ailways Irrltabl.. an1d foodl r'eunirodl to nourish tand Inviaorato. Sold by leadilng drugglsts." J129 ImD Got your plumbing done at Sullivan & Bul gar's. 97 P(am t st reot. JUST OUT. HOOD'S GREAT BOOK OF TIHE WAR. ADVANCE IND RETREAT, Personal Experiences in the United States and Confederate States Armies: BY GEN. J. B. HOOD, Late Lieutenant OGnernl Confederate States Army. Published for THE HOOD ORPIIAN MEMORIAL FUND, BY GEN. G. T. BEAUREGARD, New Orleans, 1880. The entire proceeds arising from the sale of this work are devoted to the Hoed Orphan Memortal Fund. which is iuvated in United stat. sR ,'gistere t B ands for th, nutrture. ocre, support and educatoun of the ten Infants de prived of their parente last summer at New Orleans (the melanOholy Incidents of which sai boreavement are tll Iresh in the public mind.) The hbook is an elegant octavo, conlltain)i.g S.O pages, with a fine photograph likeness and a Itle steel engraving. male expres.ly for this work. four large maps 'f battlfetlHid, bountd in handsomegray English cloth, at THREE DOL L >LRS. or in a fine ashep bindiun, with marble edge. THH.E DOLLARS AND FIFFY CENTH: In half-bound Morocco. library style, FOUR DOLLARS. or in b st Levart Turkey Morouco, full tilt sides and edges. FIVE DOLLARS. 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BEAUREGARD, ?ublleher, on behalf of Hood Memorial Fund. iJa2 tf NEW ORLEANS LA. AUCTION! AUCTION! AUCTION ! $5000 WORTH OF SILVER PLATED WARE IIUNTDIE.DSl l OF Waltham Americaln Watches AT AUCTION. To Close the Jewelry Business of A. M. IHJILL, 86 St. Charles St., Cor. Commercial Place. SALES DAILY AT 11 A. M. AND 7 P. MI. NASH & HODGSON, A.ITC'II N CN EE.IRS. The stock embraces irverything known to the Jewelry trade, including a most elegant assortment of Silver Plate, manu factured by Rogers, Smith & Co., Meriden Silver Plate Com pany, Wilcox Silver Plate Company, and Reed & Barton. All articles guaranteed as represented by the Auctioneers. i,,Qm J. 1. FIENICH will V(onduct the Sale. HART'S AUCTION SALE. HART'S, No. 4-i ST. CIIAIRL LM ST., (.OR. GLIIAVIEIt. 100,000! $100oo,ooo $100oo,ooo00! WORTHI Ol' NEW AND SECOND-HAND JEWELRY, CONSISTING OF (Cluster and Sinrgle tone D)iamod Rings, Pins and Ear Rings; Watches of the most celebrated mtakers, including the names of .Jrgnensen, Nardin, Howard, Hli,ddell. Frodshann, ItRussell, easley, Tobias, Hugnenin and Bart. letl; Gold (Chains of t:le most elaborate patterns, including operas, Leontinc s, Fo),b. Necklaces, Clhnlelalnes, etc. GOLD SETS OF CAMEO. CORtAL, AMETHFYST. ETC.; SEAL RINGS. PLAIN GOLD RINGB. SILVERWARE GUNS. PISTOLS. ETC. IWILL BE SOLD Ag PUBLIC AUCTION BY 1. ONORATO, AUCTIONEER, ON T FES)AY, FEBRUARIY t, 18o0, AT 11 A. M. 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P The attention of the puablo a tartlclarly called to the GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES I b Thi reductioz Is possiuble on sooount of the decrease in the cost of labor and material. yU by rai owre n, of theuallty of either *otwlt standing the previously acknowledged SUPERIORITY OF THE DEANE PUMP, It has beep the conslant endeavo- of the manufacturer to render It still more worthy of tleiMh with which it has been received, by such IMPROVEMENTS IN DESIGN AND DETAIL os will simelfY. strengthen and perfect it for the maany uses to which It is applied, untl The Most Perfect Steam Pump Made. Bach Py MPIs subJected to a rigorous test before leaving the manufactory. and every 1ug is gu an at e r e t . e obligate ourselves to retnd the purchase mone In case any Pump should fall to asg oterm the wor for which we warrant It. We have constantlr on hand a large and complete assortment of PUIPS FOR VACUUM, SYRUP, TANKS AND FEEDING BOILUIB KELLY STEEL BARB WIR . ExuL r rrsa. Isa ranc Wa STEEL BARB FENCE WIRE. With e i nvention manufacture.an use of BARBED WIRB dawned a NEW NBA M I1. Previously all fences of wire or wood had to be made of lsufoent stre resslet the brute force of the animal to be restrained and it depended uanon t strength and activity of the animal as to whether the fence oolad be broken down or scaled; hence, fencing had become very costl . and. in many oases, almost impossible to be obtained. thus maki a great drawbaok to the settlement of some of the finest portions of our Continent. THE EASE AND COMPARATIVE CHEAPNESS With which BABBED WIBE can be transported the small amount of time and labor reaupl to put it up its wonderful efficiency as a . ence, and Its Comarative Cheapness. h made for it a most wonderful and remarkable nsuccess. The amount of sales have been unprecedented. and though little as heard of it four reaMs ago. It is now known all over the olvltzed worald, and used in all the States and Territories of the United States. We are Prepared to Execute All Orders, Small or Large, Promptly uad at Vup Low Prices. FRIEDMAN'S INJECTORS AND EJECTORS. toe speal attention of manufacturers, mill owners, and other parties using . a a gg to eat economy of employing njectors as a means of supDDIpy Water to steam In most cases these Injectore may take the place of Steam Pumps to great dvantage even where the latter have been set an and are now in use, it would be a matter of econ appl one of the former also to youar boiler. for the ollowinogamong man other reasons pertinent, that might be given: The Best of Pumps Will Sometimes Get Out of Order, others freonently. In which case much valuable time is lost while making repair ger such circumstances. s a comparatively inexpensive machine, alwaye in order and ready at a moment's notice to take the place of the disabled Pump and a low the work to ogoo .s lng unuesual had occurred. Then again itmai beued to great advantage in rbsnoits durine ths nighltimee so as to be n a good condhilois o set asas l head of semr -e t. moriwb. et eln 'by this operiNon alone t a Great Savingln Fuel, and Wear and Tear of Boilers. The Steam employed in working the Injector is returned to the Boiler with the Peed thereby ratein its temperature, and preventing the uneual expansion so disastrous to Plates, causedy umpln In water at a low temperature. The reed Water enters the Boiler throouh the Injeotor In a continuous stream. wlab i, great van te over the unavoidable Intermittent supply produced by all kinds of Dumps These Injectors are warranted to work with the most perfect relarlty, and wienpwa m: applied, aoording to the instructions given. uaranteed to work tothe llet extnt - - capsoa.lit, as laid down In our table. oetsed i ond to work as represented. otherwee to be returned free of expeas ea g tran0~Portatio.1 _______s~onta t a0n~be pataLr bmds~o~ DEALERS IN JUDSON AND ALLEN GOVER.NOS, Shapley & Wells' PORTABLE ENGINES AND BOILERS. STEAMBOAT, CHURCH AND PLANTATION BELLS. Bar, [Hoop, Sheet and Boiler Iron, WHITE - LEAD, I abcnsd VaNte Bolts. Packers' Bachets •ut. Wahers and Nails. Hand Bolt utters Steel Blacksmith Tools of all descriptiona Eclipe fan Blo rs Files. Band and mo ry Paper Emory Cloth Bene Flue Sunar-House and Bailroad Lamps and Lan.. ortable Ptnm's Polished and Pointed Horse Bhoe BSingle and Double Trees Nails. ahalnsaendrAnhors. Worcester Belf-feeding Uorliht Drills. a Bevovind ndcos Morse Patent Twist Drills. o d Plu Tank, oors' and Boiler Blvets. MORRIS TASKER a CO. Lap Welded, Steam and Gas Pipe, STEAM AND GAS PIPE FITTINGS, Steam and Gas Pipe Tools of all KindsL Brass and Iron 9lobe and Anglle Valves: Brass and Iron lull Openlng Valves; Brass an k Safety Valves ; Brass and Iron Horizontal and Vertlcal Check Valves.Brass and Ins Bteam and Vacuum Gauaee , Steam and Service Cocks; Brass. S Air. Orlinder and a aae CoeLks; Brass Gonas. HOLLAND & THOMPSON COMPOUND, For Journal Boxes. Engines. Bhaftti for Blow and Fast Motion. We claim will save DIt! pIE CENT over the use of oil. NATHAN & DREYFUS' ITIROSTATIC AD SE-ACTI LUReICATORS An uIBIlE . MACHINIST AND BLACKSBMITH TOOLS 01F ALL KINDBS- BBSHOVELS AND BPAD Anvils. Vises and Bellows: Dirt, Garden and Iron Wheelbarrows; Rubber Ease. Belting and Packing of all kLnds New aend Second-Hand Portaibe and Stationerr Engines. Boilers. Shafting and Pulleys. RAJILOAD AMI MILL SUPPLII OF ALL KrNDS EstimmateM for New Boilers Furnished on Applicoalgal Ute&s dsiring to aurohase will save a Large Peroentase br sawlu on as beborge sauI e Mlswben. 6Estdo°o our Revised Catalogne. l*. O51WARITZ 8& BRO., 14 to 1s xAGAZZIrN STREET.