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JOHN MHJUKAN." . .EDITOR
THURSDAY; DECEMBEieTlS Congress adjourned last Friday, to meet again after the holidays, f14V'. . It is said that Mr. Sinclair, " bu'sloess manager of the New .York Tribune, wn tests the will of Horace Greeley,- for tire purpose of obtaining "sufficiant control of the establislimctri ti relieve JVhitelaw lleidof the duties of editor In chief unci give them to another, j j -, -r i , Mr. Kas'rnan has nijnicd the oDice of T'ostmstt r of Cbicugu, , and ,'Jtcn. McAr Ihur has been appoiutcd iu his stead and vtmfirnied by Senate. The ruling of the Postrmister General miikes the P. M. ac countable for losses or thefts made by the employees, and the civil service law gives him, tio choice' iu selecting or ap pointing subordinates. The New York TrPune, after the death of Mr. Greelev. was in favor of making the election of Piesi lent Gnuit,, unani mous, for the reason that the Pm ident was a better man than he had been represented by his opponents, and hoping that a re cognition of his good qualities by, the Southern States would soften his heart towards ihcin. Stephen A. and Robert Douglass, sons of the late Senator Douglass, huvt. pre , sented in CoDgress a claim for $'250,000, for cotton seized by the government in 1S63 and confiscated for the use of the government, which cotton they claim was their individual properly The demand is probably much greater than all the in - terest they ever owned in co'tton.. . "We have very good authority for say ing that Vice President Colfax is to be the editor in chief, of the Xew York Tribune. We have equally good authori , ty for saying that he is not. When the question is finally settled, we shall en deavor to inform our readers how it is set tled. The South Benders bought coal stoves, when the price of wood came np to the freezing point. The coal dealers have raised the price of coal and now our neighbors are in a bad fix. Wonder why they don't burn peat, and defeat the little game of the wood and coal dealers. The Kankakee marsh is said to he covered several feet deeD w ith the best of neat. The chair factory, in Laporte, which had been driven into bankruptcy by one of its principal stockholders, was adver tised to be sold at bankrupt sale last week ; but for some reason, the property was not sold. The creditors now )ropose to organize a new company and commence work again. It is said that, the assets were more than sufficient to pay liabili ties if properly and honestly handled. Hon. Wm. Orton, who owns a control ing -interest in the New York Trebune says that George Win. Cartis has not been approached on the subject of the editor ship of the Tribune. Report', says that Mr. Curtis has been offered the position. The reporters are all guessing about the future of the Tribune, and the one who happens to guess right will get the ad vantage of all others. ....... There are those who will take almost any paper but their own, secular or re ligious, provided there is offered a big or queer prem'um. The latest premium of fered is froLi the "National Baptist," a pair of "Baptismal pantaloons" to its subscribers. We are not told whether they are witer-proof. Bro. Boyd an nounced, on last Sabbath, that even the MethodisfBook concern hadallen in the work and offers the excellent engraving of ther29 Bishops living and dead, with John Wesley in the centre of the group, and proper historical notes appended, to any subscriber to "Ladies Repository," "Advocate," or "Golden Hours." Scribner's Holiday Number. The third instalment of Dr. Holland's new novel, "Arthur Bonnicastle," appears in the January (holiday) number of Scribneb's, accompanied by a very beau- tituisaesign from the pencil of Miss Hal lock. The same number is rich in short stories and sketches, the most striking of the former being Saxe Holm's "One-Legged Dancers.". The list ot names in the table of contents is altogether the most interesting and distinguished yet given. William Morris, George MacDonald, Bret Harte, Piiilip Gilbert Hamerton (author of "Thoughts on Art," "The Unknown River," etc.). Charlea Dudley Warner. Edward Eggleston, Christina Rossetti, Edmund C. Stedman, C. S. Calverley fauthor ot "Flv-Leaves"V Edward Kino- . - ' ' o and William C. Bryaat contribute charac teristic poems, stories, sketches, and es says. Particular attention shovki be call ed to Mr. Morris's poem (we believe the longest he has ever published in an Amer ican magazine) ; MaeDonald's expuisit rendering' of a "Spiritual Song,' from the German of Novalis : Mr. Stedman's schol arly essay on" !Yictoriaa Poets Col. Higgin son's important suggestion in the matter of "Intercollegiate Scholarships ;" the splendidly illustrated article on Vir ginia; and Mr. King's graphic account of fixe "Finding of Iivingutone." Mr. War ner's "Night in the Garden of the Tuile ries," and Dr. Eggleston's 'Christmas Club, &re both rather marvelous , stories, but suppose will not lack believers.' "i fjj CONCERT. ' Proceed for the Poor. A-: cocetrt ar.d literary -entertainment will be gi ven at Balcony Hall, on Wednes-, dyeveniKg, Ja.;lst, "73, by the Plym outh Glee CI lb, assisted by ladies and gentlemen of Plymouth, the proceeds to Uo: d&tnbowd among the" needy poor of the place.). -. The admission, for adults, will be 50 cents, and for children under 12 years, 23 cents. ., V v",..' ' .; ftketrs till W.iold altivVp. 6 Book Store, and the Drug Stores, on ; Monday next. '' - . :.a , n'.l (..if i This is an enterprise In which every citizen should fuel interested. The en tertainment will be well worth the acl- mission fc(; n.id even thse who cannot attend cstn assist the poor by buying tickets, thereby helping the needy. The officers and teachers of the Ply mouth rresbyterian-Sunday School re turn the" sincere thanks to their friends who have so' kindly and liberally assifd them during the last two .weeks, i 'f hey are especially grateful to Messrs. .Yfin Val kenburgh& McDonald, VV.'M. Kendall, II. A. Brown. Messrs. Bhun: To Pmf A P. Burbauk, who both instructed and auiused his audience by. his 6ne read ing. To Mrs. "J. L. Cloavelaud, D. Mc Donald, P. McDonuld, and A C. Thomp son, for their exccllcnt-mUsic, and o Mrs. Geo. Flemining, w ho assisted the "little ones," namely ; Hattio Houghton Min nie Thompson, E lla Capron, Kittie Mc Donald, AVillie Corbhi, Fred Borton and Willie McDonald. 1 ' ; ! - The Christmas Festival demanded work and young, acd old gladly did their part. The young gentlemen exhibited wonder- iutagiuty in painting on the wall "Mcr- fry Christmas" and scripture mottoes, and iu the evening were just as ready to heln the fair ones sing. Miss Lida Whitmore was organist upon this occasion, whose services aro highly valued.' - The young gentle:nen and ladies con ducting the Christmas Carolmi other Sunday School songs were, equally helpful. . To both many thans are given. Oxe of the most remarkable remediAl agents, either of anc ent or modern times, is Smolakder's Buchu. It should be in every nouseuoiu. it removes or com - f teracts kidney, bladder and glandular dis eases, diabetes, gravel, mental and phy sical debility, loss "of vigor caused by youthful indiscretions, all . female - corn- plaints, nnd buoys up an enervated ner .Tus system. If you wish to have a splendid Month- ( ly a .Magazine tnat combines within its self the excellence and beauty and prac tical utility of the numerous others of the best class see the January number of DemOKEST'8 IlLTSTIUTED MONTHLY, which has been greatly enlarged. Por trait of Emily Faithful, new mu.sic, and other splendid attractions, and also of lers the most extraordinary premium to each subscriber, being two beautiful Chromos, Companion Pictures; Niagara Falls and Yoscmite Falls, all for only:!. Address W. Jennings Dbmokest, 8& Broadway, N. Y. . . Among the attractions of the January number ot Demorest'b Yocno Amebic are "Flags for the Christmas Tree,", a puzzle portrait picture, a cut paper pat tern for dolly's evening dress, in an envelopes magic transformation picture elegantly colored, and many other pretty things; besides the stories, puzzles, and including the regular deiKirtments. A year's subscription to Youxa Ameri ca is the best possible investment for in telligent son or bright liUle daughter, for a Holiday or birthday present try it 1 any, oniy one uoiiar. Address VV . Jennings Demorest, Eioadway, Married On Thursday last, by Rev. J. L. Boyd, I8A1AH Unruu, (formerly 01 this place and now of Laporte,) and Miss MELif sa DeWitt, of Rolling Prairie. We arc informed there was an unusual fine time, notwithstanding the storm of the evening. Commissioner's Sale. The Bndereigned .authorized bw the Marshall County Circuit Court, on Saturday the ISth day of January, A. D, J873L t the Court House, in thesaifl county of MnwhaU, between the hours of ? and 4 o'clock p. offer for sale at Public Outcry, the foUowiug real estate situate in tte county of Marshall, in the state of Indiana, to-witr- Lot No. 2, in W heeler's addition to Ply mouth, with all the privileges and anpertecaace thereto belonging. Ahu Lots 9S acd'aa in V heel er's addition to the town of Plymouth, Ind. Said property will be sold to the liiwhent hirirlor for not lesB than 3i the appraised ,value. On e third cash in hand, and the remainder in iw equal Payments to be paid in oue and t,vo jearg with j.Ma- cent, interest, without relief ijrom valu ation aa d appraisement laws. Deferred secured o.u property sold. JOITX S. BENDER. nT-4w. Commission?.. Administrator's Sale. Marshall Comity, Ix-aiana. expose tor sale, at pub lic auction, the pei'sonal property of Elizabeth Hardsock, deceased, consisting of household aad kitchen furniture, bedt' and boding. . TERMS: Ail sums a t S3 and under, cash in hand, over that sum, the purchaser must give his note, due six months aft'er date, with approved security, with interest, without any relief from val uation and appraisement ia ws. bale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M - , A. B. GERARD . n5-3w. - ' Administrator. AdmiaistratorV- Sale. . -T ON THURSDAY, DECEMBB'R 26th, 1ST2, at the late residence of John H covet deceased, near West School House. In JAVrshi ll coauty, Jfldir ana, I shall sell, at public auctiot. , the persona) estate of the deceased, not taken by the widow. consisting of horses, cattle, hogs, sl.'eep, .waeop, harness, farming tools, household furniture, grow ing crops, and many other articles. TERMS OF SALE On all sums over fire oi ls rs a credit of nine months will be given. Five dollars and under, cash on sale. Notes n-uuired on deferred payments, with interest, Trithoult relief, with approved security. .... ,.j . ,, CHARLES W. RAMSEY, " tUxS-3w. - Administrator. House and Lot for Sale. ' I -"HE undersigned, offers for sale cheap," the has six rooms, the Lot is on Laporte' street, three fourths of a mile West of the Plymouth Post Office. It contains two aces, all tn fruit tress. . Also, a good PeddlingBed for Sale. .. . ror iniormatimi eoanire on ue Drenura. , I miua , REPRICE-: I 1 NoTemberl8tli, 1ST!. rrrm mi- , In -P IT III Insurance Cash resources equal to every emergency; income larger than any Company in the United States West of Ohio; operated by underwriters of twenty years' cxpei ience : Chicago losses paid fifteen days after the fire: In every respect a well esta Wished first-class Undcr : 'ir . writer, tried by Ths Fiercest tests Known in the Last 100 Years. Showing the Progress of the Company since 1 868: Assets, Jan'v 1, 1868.. i.. Julv , 1, 1808..... Jan y 1, " July 1, IS.!-) . ., " . Jah'y 1,' 1870. .. . July. 1, '1870 Jan'v 1, . 1S71. ; Julysl, 1H71... J an'y 1,-1872 " July 1, 1872 fTab0,VuU', ,have .bl'en acl"(iVl1 rt'irin tlti time of the ruinous competition of 1807 ami 1808, and am.d the Conflagrations of 1871, w ithout assessment of stock-holders, or other unusual means. FIRE AJVD MARINE JON. F. WILLIAMS, . President. TOHX S. BENDER, HAEDWAEB B.UCK & GEMEKAL IN HARDWARE, Vo. O Michigan St. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO SHOW YOU A FULL STOCK OF GOODS IX OUR " - ' LIXE. WHICH WILL BE SOLD ... LOW FOR CASH. CALL . jixjf EXAM1XE FOR y ., YOURSELVES. i ?. f:i. 1 H i " Notice of Aamln Utration. NOTICE ia bere1yjveii,tbat the andersimied has been appomted bythe iad?e of the Court of Common Pleas of Marshall Coaaty, State of In diana, Administrator of the .Estate of Elizabeth Hardsock, late of Marshall Countv, Indiana, de ceased.. Said Estate is supposed to fee solvent A- K. UEtUBO, Adainistrator. M. A. O. Packard, aWj far Admr. December 7, 1872 n6-Sw T ETTERS of Administtatkw iatwe been rranted M J tome On the efnt nf fnw I i . . SJ' Indlan The wrtate is solvent All ?"rrr .. . "w immediate nlement d ..,-., ej 1 uiroc ihivid? - .SnS' ritiim.miiBnUuT 4 r r : Administrator. tn l.CJ Company, Missouri :: 9-1,589 (.4 . . 118,010 47 . lia,7(8 17 . ' l.V),:S80 7:t . 189,778 5(1 . 194,84(5 7fi . 289.715 95 .. 425.107 01 .. 045.417 91 . . 740,475 CO RISKS ACCEPTED. A. LARRfiBSE, Secretary. Agent at Plymouth. TOAN, X12 AIDERS Admfnistratrix'i Sale. - NOTICE is hereby grfven, that the nndersiened, Administratrix ot the estate of Joseph B. Lilian, deeeased, will offer at public auction, at the late residence of the deceased, ill Centre township, Marsall connty, on Saturday, January 4th, 1872, the personal ptopetty of slad estate, consisting of cows, sheep, buggies, 1 wagon, corn, potatoes, 1 set of double harness. 1 shot mm. 1 rifle, farminir imnle- ments, household and kitchen f urnifnn-. and vari ous oilier articles. . Sale to eminence at 10 o'- clock Ai itdduo a.. . r m , . .. . mr a credit of one year, the purchaser tfving his note ywu. i one me yurcnaser gimg m uuw "S!?! fr"iv!?,??i5efl' iJ.aiu?ilS? -" -fr; uu appraisement jaws, wit 'dby -tratrix A-NGELINK PUNN, decfc-Jw. Administratrix. THE GREAT BOSTON . FIRE BURNED UP,NEARLT ONE HUNDRED MILLION DOLL RS "Worth of Wool, Flannels, Blankets, Shawls, Water Proofs, Carpets &c Thus creatm!! Merchandise Our most recent, advice from war firm in New York is that a lare ADY VNCE has already taken place, Imt as w" were fortunate enough to have a lar-'e fc toc k on hand, it affords ns mucU pleasure to anrioiuice to our customers and friends that for the present, v stall offer , . our entire Stock of WOOLEN GOODS at OLD PRICES But Our Advice to Splendid Heavy WATER PROOFS, vrouii r j.a.n .vri, i,'2, io, no, 40, and 50 cents, a yard - Hanasomu SHAWLS $2, $2,50, :, $4. $5, and 0 a vard. Beautiful DUESS GOODS, 2(, 25, HO. 40, and 5o cents a vard -Splendid Stock of WOOL CARPET, TAPEMTRY & BODY BRU Heavy hiAKMEKS JEANS, 40; 50. GO, and G5cts. a vard Heavy liLANKETS, $2, $2,50, $:, $4, $3. and .$0 a pair. Large S!ock of F URS, 2 to $ -5 a set. 0 UR WINTER CI 0 A KS A RE XE W AXD STYL ISH. POSTER lOIO.OTIJSLIEIO.JS c53 CO., GREAT NE.W YOUK CITY STORE. t COLUMIHA S T K K KT janl-yl. A NOBLE CHARITY. OMAHA LEWAL KNTEKPKISE IN AID (W THE NEBRASKA SilTii (IRPHAS ASVIXMCf To be Drawn in Public, Dec. 30t!i, 1S72. Tickets Si.OO Each or Six for $5.00. Tickets sent by Kxpress C. O. IX, l lV:titt 1 Oranit Cash i'rizc ITS-noo 1 tii Miul Cash 1 1 firand I';i1i Prixe 1 (iruu-l ( ash Prize '. I Cash Prize 1 Cash l'rizt: S Ml 4,IK!tl SJlIK) t Cash Prizes, Ji!,mn( each 4 t'asli PriTOP, fj.uti.i eaoh : ' 4 Cash Prix -K, l,0i;i eai h For bah:-.: ;e of Prizes send for Circular. This Li p 1 Kntcrprisu is endors.il by (he li authority ot tlie State and lH-st busint-is mm. gllest Hit: limited number of Tickets 011 hand will be fiiriiislic"! tliose who iipply fir.-t. All Prizes will be paid in full. Agents r anted. For lull particulars, wldrr.j J. it. PATTKE, n2-lw ' (iwiora! Jlanajrer, Omala, ?Jeh. WISHART'S PlfiE TREE Tar Cordial, N A HUE'S UHEAT REMEDY I FOK THE Throat and Lim gs It is gratifying to ns to inform the paYj'c that Dr. E. ti. C. Wishart's Pine Tree Tar Coxdial, for Throiit m;l J.t'Ji lJitcases, has guined au euviable reputation from the Atlantic to the Pacilfc coast, and from Iheiice to some of tha first families of Kurope, not through the press a'.om-, hnt by persons tiiroiighout tbo States actuaily iK'iicfitted and cured athisoGce. 'While he pu'ilishes less, so say our reporters, ho is nnuble to supply the demand. It gains and holds its reputation First. Not by stopping cough, but hy loosening and assisting natnre to throw off the nnhcnlthy matter collected about the throat and bronchia tubes, icluck oi if rilnlinm. Secoud. It removes the cause of iiritation (which produces couii) of the mucous membrane and bronchial tnlies, assists the lungs to act and throw off !iic unhealthy secretions, and purifies the blood. Third. It is free from squills, lobelia, ipecac and opium, of which most throafand lung remedies are composed, which allay cough only, and disorganize the stomach. It has a soothing effect on the stom ach, acta on the liver and kidneys, and lymphatic and nervous regions, thus reaching to every part of the system, aud in its invigorating and purifying effects it has gained a reputation which it must hold .xbove all others in the market. : NriTTrtTi VJllLifli. . The Pine Tree Tar Cordial, Great American Dyspepsia Pills, A Nil WO R M SVG A I DROPS Being nt-fer my immediate direction, they shall not ioe tueir curative qualities by the use of cheap and impure articles. II EN It If R, WIM1ART, PKOPRIETOR. FREE OF CHARGE. Dr. L. Q. C. Wishart's Office Parlors are open on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9 a. m. to 8 f. M., for consultation by Dr. Wm. T. Magee. With him are associated two consulting pysicians of acknowledged ability. This opportunity is not offered by any other institution in the city. All letters mast be addressed to L. Q. O. Wishart, M. D., Ho. 232 N. SECOND ST., Kol-6m. Attention Builders. I hat mwii. t.A .... i.i.. .T. ... i i ,.K ........... wln ne nmrhiiiery l the laiest improved tern. and "'" l're"Nl 1.. tin work wilh netliea -lid di- Miieh. delay iji gelling ork done Caxh imid for lumber. mar7tf. scarcity of this Class of in the Market. all, is Buy at Once.. only $1.00 a vard. ssels:. FORT WAYNE, INDIANA. Valuable Farm for iSak. I Opper for saU- tlie fann of the late Charles: l.mwn. clect-nseil, lyin 2'v miles from ArSos. Ii niiies tror.i Plymoiitli, and 10 miles from F.oiir bon, 'li Marshall County, Indiana, in the midst of one ot the most fertile, )r(w.)(-rus and beautilnl tanning regions in tiie St.-it, with railroad facili ties on ev.-ry side, and surrounded with thrift-r larmers, coiiveuicnt schools, clmrches, tradesmeu and niKtiniuics. It contains 200 Acres, of which 20 f 30 acres is grass land and the resi due the S(l of the .lvst beech, niuple, walnut and popitrtimheted liirl. 'i hi re is aliout 60 or luo acres BandScuitivat'Oii with ooil n-iicrs and the reside w t'.U'hered luud. 1 nl-.lic. roads on tht Nmfli snd tast sides. SkhI frame lwe!Hng, ood iK)() I .. V . irn eni)-, aliens and " J; lher ow-bu:!,imgs, tta-nace, and do ing kilns, for i )igl.Kn. lrnir, etc, fair or.-luirl. umaiimt Wi.ll ami conveaient gates and bra. The premises will b sold for oiw third in hand and the risirlr.on one and two vears time pay ments to lie wcnr.sd br noies on interest, and mortgage, with reasonable condition. Arranee menls can be made lor lU'.tlu r time as to part of the price if it should be nenv-ntTT. 1 he proprrty is appraised at nine thousand doiiars. and is a de sirable location for some welt to do g':nt!eaii;n who wants a nice farm. Protvisafa fmatioH. tiiininlted on application' to the nnder- !it -rj3a, or to v. li. bve at Plvmoiith 51-:;m. VILUAM KAILSBACK, iixecutor. AiBO lor AMfAlUS llll;.. . Lll. GOODSPEKD'S EMHKK I VBUSHKi i.OUSf, Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis, New Orleans, or New iork. AbjS-IOw. ROW TO GO WEST. There is an inquiry which evry one shonld have B tilijvl: answered before he starts on his journey, i and a llMie care taken in examination of Ron tea will in many cases saTa much trouble, time and money. The l B. & Q. It. P.," ruumng from Chicago, . through Galesburg to Unrlington, and the "I. P. & V. Koute," running from Indianapolis, throngh Bloomiagfon to Burlington, have achieved a splen--did rcpatation in the last two years as the leadirg Passenger Ifontes to the West. At Burlington they connect with the 13. A M. It. li. and fori the great i Burlington Route, which runs direct through Southern Iowa to Nebraska and Kansas, with close connections to California and the Territories; and passegurs starting from Marshall county, on tbcir way westward, cannot do better than to take ths- BriH-INflTON l'OUTB. This Line has published a pamphlet called "How to go West," which contains much valnable informa--tion; a large correct map of the Great West, which can by obtained free of charge by addressing the General Passenger Agent B. i M. R. R. Burling ton, Iowa. JO 75 to $ 1 50 per month $b male and female, to introduce the GENT- -SgSINEIMPKOVKD COMMON SENSE SEW I , I'G MACHINE. This machine will stitch,. J hem, fell, tuck, qnilt, cord, bind, braid and embroider in a most superior manner. Trice a J only $5. Fully licensed and warranted for , five years. We will pay, $1,000 for anv ma- -f i chine that wiH sew a stnmger, more beautiful; . ' or more elastit srara than ours. It makes ULI the "Elastic Lck Stitch." Every second L stitch can be crrt. and still the cloth cannot be - ' pulled apart wirfient tearing it. We pay agents from $75 fe $50 per month and ex-- act Pt""9"". or a commission from which twice- th amonnt can b-made. Address SECOliB. MUSIC BOOKS AS HOLIDAY PBESENTS. Sent Post paid On receipt . Of. v tha marked price. We can recommend the foIIowi-ag- Vocal ' CoH ac tion of choice Piano Songs "Sfiining Lights,"'' (Sacred Songsi "G-oIden Leaver" Vols. I. and U. '; "Hearth and Home," "Fireside Echoes," "Sweet. Sounds," and "Priceless Gems." Price, $l.T&eacb.. in boards; $2 in cloth; $2. in cloth and gilt; Also the following Instrumental Collections.:: "Fairy Fingers," "Magic Circle," "Young Pianist," and "Pearl llrops"' four easy collections "Musical Recreations," "Pleasant Memories," "Golden Chimes," and "Brilliant Gems," for more advanced players. Price of each boook, f 1.75 in boards ; $2 in cloth ; $2.80 in cloth and gilt. - Strauss' W altzes, (ask for Peters' Edition,) in S vols. $4 each in boards ; $5 in cloth. Novello'a Cheap Edition of Piano-Forte Classics, consisting of Mendeessohn's complete works in 4 vols. 6vo price $3.so each: Folio Edition, $6 each; Beeth oven's Sonatas, 4; Beethoven's Pieces,' $2; Chopin's Wallzes, Polonaises, Nocturnes, .Mazurkas, Bal lads, and Preludes, price $2 each; Sconlbert's Ten Sonatas, $3, Schulbert's Piano Pieces, $2: Mozart's Sonatas, $3; Weber's Complete Piano.' Pieces, $4; Schuman's 43 Pieces, $2, etc., etc. In ordering these, be sure to ask for Sovello's Edition. They are all handsome editions. Novello's cheap Vocal Collections: Mother Goose, $2 and fct; -Kandeg-gers Sacred Songs, $2.tW; Mendelssohn 'a 7 Songs beautifnlty bound, $7.80; Schaman's Vocal Alburn $3; Moore's Irish Melodies, Folio Edition, by.Balfev -$5; German Volksheder Albnm, $2. etc oto; Stainer's Christmas Carols, new and old. illUstxa . i i n i. .. . ... . ... . . - . J. T i"iouiiuusirnons.itt x rois., i eacn; complete, S4.50. Phtehs' MrsiCAt. Movtpiv nrf, an m number . ..r,tinih . .T. t Vinnnrf volumes for isfflt larn iaW ..j is'o ' t6 each. Address. i it i 6 5 N 1 1 t: . J. GEO. L. BRIKK. n3-lm J. L. PETERS, B99 Broadway X.T.