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PAPER. Innilu. .ladallaa. aleak, klllarau. ,1 p gopbara, asulrrala, moa, 4.., aaraara Uaas Paper l. Taper ! Paper I way ana aaia iwau u.aa im. una way a wrnuwuiDH aam am naia ii.. .riT . . u ... .. ..... Of ALL KIlillS. . , ' ' A. V. DU PONT & CO.' Kanufaatoreri end Wholesale Dealeri. LoulsYJlle, KeaUtkj Baaar.. Baaal.H.jrawDrlTar, Chlaal, Caaapaaaaa, Balaaare. . ' . .1 ,i ,. a.u a a..i i Hhamut. Baa. ala, pjltaaa ataal, ay ajai w ,l7ua l Galdla., ILUIM I OaalliwUa Taat Ca., 184 Huiii Btrset, Hew Tort. rj .O.IJ J? FURNISHINQ GOODS. City Ofacial journal. LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION. Fifteen Cent! Per "Week l i'-li. r No v Ifc o a 1 y I WITH FULL AND COMPLETE , ' .J. stock or,',., , 4 ,. FINE CLOTHING. " AN " - - Furnishing Goods! FOK MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS. . . . LADIES' AND SENTS' TRUNKS, BAGS, LAP ROBES, ETC., ETC., ETC. " J.C.WARD CO., ' 271 Main St., Opposite Court Sqnare. W. B.-Bhlrti. We make a ep elalty, and snake) to order when re quired. I : t f''' "' '43-120 RAILROADS. MISSISSIPPI & TENNESSEE CHANGE OF TIME, COMMENCING Monday, October 28, 1872. Trains will run as follow! : l.gAVIt: AWtlTK: New Orleans Mail, dally...:' P.m. : pm Express Train, daily .4:S(I p.m.. :50.in freight Train. daily tex- 3. J ,n Ticket ofics, Main street und at Depot, foot of AlalB street. Y , 0 $avnv B,, LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE AND GREAT SOUTHERN RAILROAD Winter Schedule. Oct 27, 1872. Express Train leaves' dally (except Sunday)-...- Mail Train, flly- ; W -m Brownsville Aeoiininodatiun leaves daily (except Sunday) ,....,4:10 p.m No chanire of cars fcy thi line fnf Louisville. 8t. Louis or Niuhville. l'uiliuan ,ala' sleep-inr-oars on all nlnht trains, lhy tlironith car fur St. Louis. Chicago and the West will be run on Ibe 4 :1U in. train, except on Sundays, when it will be run on me z:iu i.n . ir,u. Passengers by the 4:10 p.ui. tram make close connection at Humboldt fur all pointa on the Mobile and Ohio and Mississippi Central rail roads. For tickets or information, apply at Ticket Olllce, 337 1-2 Main S JOHN T. FLYNN. Superintendent. .TmtFs. Ticknt Ay.nt. MUSIC. EstaPllHl-ecl In lHGU. e.: a,.bbnson;s OI.U AND KELIAUI.i: Wholesale Music House -And - PIANO-FOItTE , WARE ROOMS, 317 Main Street, wpnsoV no.'fi Pianos from..)3T0 to $4b0 ir VOSKASONS' Pianoifrom....W)to$D00 - GABLKR Planoa from..,....-) to vm cTi.-TNWAVSfN,HPianoi.'AfUto12'0 M- MASON HAMLIN Orgaiii-. llOO to All warranted roriive lears. , i '"i'- Also . Pianos for Sale on Monthly Paymenta. Old Pianos taken In exchange for new ones. Tog.ther with the largest atock of Sheet Mnsic and Musical Merchaadlse liver brought to the South. now is tueTime to bcy Country .Vierchant, K-beols and Seminaries will nlcaso send in their orders, as I can III them at i.csa hn New 4 ork pn, fur cash, or god oily aecptunoe at (Uiirty, alaty or lypdunM Tuned al k tent workmen. . K.A. BHNb ON, 2H.t x)7 Mnin strp.t. M-miihis, Ten. INSURANCE. HAVINd THIS DAY KECEIVFO THE appointment as agent, of the Triumph Insurance Company, we hereby notify our friends and natrons of the fact, at the same lime refer them to the statement be ow. U'hankimc our fricndj for their patronage they bave bestuwed on us so far, we ask a continu unce of the same, assurinr them pro .apt ntton tie. to any gXi WtSWaKr. "4 Agents Triumph Insurance Company. JtEPOBT OF Til COHDITIOW 1 OF THg . I ' I I TRIUMPH INSURANCE CO., Of ."Tiaeluaiella Ohio. Up to August IS. 12. Final comparison and completion niad October 7.18. i. j . 1 i-i . -. AiaeUl '. I 1 1 Mortgage loans, first lios.....U Hull and other notes..; ! ,'llalrl loans. - , ,503 66 ,1W 2S .tovernmcnt bond..: 'SILim rVI m Vremiuiii - W.lia J0B.632 00 Mississippi bonds. market value - !' Ancrued interest to date . Agency balances.... J" Cash In bank and in ufSee . T Tin. Kv Amies Insurance CeutiMany l US 12 M 81 ,Ud Ji llae by Amaion Insurance Coui ninr. since receive,! in full S.405 37 Office furniture. 10.(I0 TO ,, . Agency ennpuw. ' 1 ! ' .,1J" 01 two thirdg 30.OS3 74 Premiums in eeauias ot trsiismi.sion . .. in July, net ..v.,..iU,t;7u 71 Premiums for 1 dan i . August, net..... itjm 00- 35.670 71 , 97MW.504 45 . f t i t : I.laFjle Losses ailiusted. nnadju'tH api . , Salaries, elc'.'.'&'month- olW) 92.4 Oaziau 5ako. President. , , , r S. 1. M'mt. Secretary. .MARX k BKNSD0KF. Agent. ATTORNEYS. 3. r. . Tt asrt. w. t. itnrr. TURNER lL DUFF, Attorney w-at Law, Ottlce, No. 39 Madlsoa Street, . MEMPHIS, - - TENNESSEE. WILL PRACTICE IN THE V'ARInI.'S courts bel.l in the city of Memphis, f ecial attentn-n will be given to the criminal practice. ,0-H. vol: xv.; PUBLIC JLEDGEIlaa. nHB PUBLIC LEOOER IS PUBLISIIKD 1 every afternoon (exoept Sunday) at No. 13 Madison street. The Poslio l.tiKJsa Is served to cltyinbscrl bert by faithful carriers at tlVihtU 'J tNTS PER WEEK, payable woekly to the carriers. By mail (in adranoe)i One year, 4S six months, 4t three months, 13; one month, 1U cents. - - . New; dealers supplied at 2 cents per copy. Weekly, Public Ledger, Published every Tuesday at t2 per annum (in advance) t elubs of five or more, II (0. Communications upon subjects of general Interest to the publio are at all times aeoept able. Keieeted anantuoriati will ot be returned. fS RATES Of ADVERTISING IN DAILY. " First Insertion.....!.. ..1... I..-II 00 per square. Buoso(juent insertions,.. cu. For one week............... S 00 " For two weeks. 4 50 " Fot three weeki....-... 8 00 " '" for one month....., ! 7 60 " ." RATES OF ADVERTISING IN WEEKLY First Insertion..... Bubseauent insertions ..11 00 par iqnarea .. . oo Eight lines of nonpareil, .olid, constitute a square.- , Displayed advertisement! will be charred according to the ipaoi occupied, at above rate. there being twelve lines of solid type to me inen. Notices In losal .olnmn Inserted for twenty enta per line for eaoh insertion. To regular advertiser! we offer innerior In. daoementa, both as to rate oi charges end manner ot eupiaying tneir tavors Bpeclal notices inserted for ton cants per line for each insertion. , ;, f, , , Notices of deaths end marriages, twenty oenls per line, t t...- 4 vi ' AH bills for aavertislng ere doe when eon- treotee end payable on demand. All letters, whether anon business or other wise, must be addressed to. . WD1THOKK, Publisher and Proprietor. SAKKIAGE OF HEN III ROCHEFOK' Hie Temporary Hrleisne lrm Prle- oss leclilenm ' of 4 Marriage ejercsuosiy. - iff i Paris eor. London.O lebe, Novembor 7.1 i Feir remances of fiction have imag ined for their climax an iucident io pathetic ub the mBrriage of Henri Roche- tort, with all tue circumstances wnico, in fact, surrounded it yesterday. Sev?ral years ago, when the man now con demned to detention for life was the young Comte de Itochefort Lucay, he wooed and won Marie Anastasie Ken anld, the daughter of an employs in the Ministry of Finance. -They were at the time almost boy and f(irl he, I think, twetty, and she sixteen and did. not find it necessary to consecrate their af fection t. by any other- teremony than those vows of coiiHtuacy, wliiah. usually prove'of Very trausient force. It was not so, however, in this case. By suc cessive stages the Comte de Rocliefort let himself be curried away by his viru lent wit and his eager desire for noto riety until he became famous for satires which were certainly out of all keeping with an ancient title, and he wisely dropped his ranky It is poor work at tacking a fallen man, and 1 will aoi in quire now whether some of his extrava gant articles, which, however meant, could but fall like oil upoij "the fire of fiercer men s passions, were not equally nnworthy of the plain citizen Henri Rochefort claimed to be. The natural result of such a career has been at one time exile, at another implication, in J lie horrors committed by those who were or bad been his followers, and finally the condition of a prisoner for the rest of bin life,: Daring all bis changes of fortune, except the last, M'lle Renauld has re mained with him. . At Brussels, when ha was in exilet at Paris during the siege, they were together, and they bave only been parted lately, owing to her illness.: This is at present so dangerous that in all probability death must come soon. She could not meet this calmly without remedying for her children, as French law enables her to do, the mis take made years ago. There were dilli cullies in the way. She could not be moved from her bed, and her lovor had ceased to have the right, or at least the power, to control his own totiont How ever, ' these obstacles liavs beeu over come, and the prisoner was permitted, yesterday, to come,, strongly guarded at every step, to make the dying woman in the Convent of the Augustines, at Ver sailles, at last, his wile. By this the children, a daughter and two sons, be oome legitimate. No wonder that peo ple havd talked of little else the last two days. Curiosity was naturally excited to know each detail of this strange con clusion to, a singular story; but the mat ter was so well and quietly managed that very few inquisitive spectators could get in, where their presence would have been most unacceptable. Rochefort had been brought to the Maiion d'Arret of Versailles on Monday night, and thenoe bis marriage procession started yester day morniug. It consisted of one large hired carriage conveying the bridegroom aud three police agents (dressed in plaia clothes); it left' the 'prison at a very early hour, and had for escort a very strong guard, of gardiens da la paix, who also surrounded io force tba Mai son de Sante, attached to the Convent of the Augustines. Here, on the seeocd story, was No. 3 a little room opening, as all suoh do in places of confinement, from a great pubbo cor ridor, and in this lay the bride. As the poor, paralyzed woman could not, of course, be moved to the mairie or to the church for either the civiL or religious ceremony, M. Raaipau, the mairie, had come to her bed side, fho marriage in strument was read by hiui, wiiije M. Rochl'ort stood by the bride, holding ber hand. It was then signed1 by both, though the ebrt. ore from Ler aoryof pain, and witnessed by fr'raneoia Victor Hugo, Ernest Blum, Jean Destrian and the rloqueot barrister, Albert jfoly. This was sufficient to give legal validity to the marriage and status to the children, but M'lle Renauld (as the Rappsl states, half apologetically) had. bepged for a religious ceremony also, and Rochefort could not refuse a request which will be probably her last' The ble?ing of the CbaiWa. M'. therefor, bestowed on the pair by Aljby Kollet, chaplain of pridons. Afw lbU H- iP,& Madame RaLrf.ii.t. upj-a reJeaseii Lom sj,;.!- lauce ft Wort b)f hour end lelt abso lutely alone. M liw pp..-stion of this time they parteJ, 4 WB."' their bridal morning' tiiirir nwi l'fe r,,l,t fnra.a, T. l..; A .,.'.m. 81'" the same precautions, was conducted back to his temporary prison, his con-j doctor, by tty rapid pace at which they took the carnage, appearing to grndge the fnvor shown, rod last night he was i carried in a prisoners' Tan to bis place of permanent confinement iu the lie de Re. MEMPHIS, TENN.:, , WEDNESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER ,27. 1872. I'. : Price atylea of Fare. Serviceable and handsome furs bave come within the reach of moderate purses, owing, perhaps, to the ingenuity displayed by furriers iu the adaptation of skins formerly unheard of. Seal-skin sets of a fine quality are to be bad very low., .These look well with walking dresses, eofteq the. complexion, and last, tbougU not leant, do not attract moths. They are preferable to the coarse qualities of mink, which wear lighter, and are bard to protect. . The fur .known an the Alaska sable is somewhat lower in price than seal-skin.. It has a very rich effect and ts preferred by many. ' . . , . The price of Busman- sable puts it be yond general reach, a mutl'and boa cost" inzfrom $100to$K00. . . Ermine has decreased in price. ' This is the most becoming of all furs, but it is reserved for carriage dress and even ing wear. .-- i - ...- n. t For use no fur excels the black Astra chan, and the price is very moderate. In this climate such a set is very desir able. Thus muffled one can face all weather, as rain does not hurt the fur. Trimming furs are sold by the yard, and are very effective on velvet over dresses and sacques." It is allowable to put them on heavy woolen stuffs, but tbey should be chosen, with, care as to color. A black velvet polonaise, trim med with .sable, is a beautiful winter garment, and is not in danger of grow ing common. The variety of furs for children is very large this season. Whole sets, sacque, muff and turbau, are very much worn. Whether or net this style of elothiug is healthy, is a question fur physicians to answer. There is certainly ground for debate. These sets come in ermiue, French ermine, Iceland lamb, Persian lamb aud squirrel. . . ' . , : The putting away of furs, after the season, is an important matter. Accord ing to fur dealers camphor should not be used. The furs should be bung in the i uir for several days, beaten thor oughly with a light switch, rolled in brown paper, put in boxfe, and placed in a dry closet. At intervals, through the summer, it is well to take them out, and examine and air them. This is all that is necessary for their preservation from moths, s,.? ,?... - ' Owen Heredltli. From the Philadelphia Press. It is gratifying to know that for the most part, in many countries, wben men of letters have been called into the pub lic service they bave acquitted them selves in a very creditable manner. As regards the United States, we can point in the diplomatic service to Dr. Frank lin, Thomas Jefferson (who ranks among authors for other works besides his im mortal Declaration of Independence), Washington Irving, John Latbrop Mot ley, George Bancroft and others. France on several occasions employed vnateau briand, fJuizot. and Thiers to act as am bassadors; and Prussia did the same by Niobum, tho historian, and Baron Bun sen. - England, which availed herself so long, and in so many countries, of the services of Sir Henry bulwer, is now represented at the court of Madrid by Austin Henry Liayaru, tne Assyrian ex plorer: and. we perceive by a recent no. tiflcation in the Loudon Gazette, has just promoted Kdward Robert Bnlwer Lytton from the embassy at V tenna to bo secretary of legation at Paris- the next step to which is to be placed at the head of an embassy, jilbm gentle man, now forty-one years old, is the only son or lvora Lytton, more generally spoken' of, among the multitude of the reading public, as "Bulwer the novelist," thoneh be in also distinguished as a poet, dramatist, orator, statesman, polit- f i . i ai icai economist, uihmjuuu huh uriur, mr, Bulwer-Lytton, who, like Byron, was educated at Harrow School, began bis public career in ss attache and private secretary to bis uncle, the late Sir Henry Bulwer, then British minister at Washington. lie was only eighteen atlhe time, and since then has served as a diplomatist in Italy, France, Snrvia, Holland, Austria, Russia, Denmark, Turkey, Greece and Portugal. Such is the training, by continuous and various service in many 'countries, by wnicn F.nglnnd may-, be aaid to educate her young diplomatists, until,' by the time they nave reacnea miuum lie, tney are well qualified for the highest and most unporiant missions. Jt is by nom de plume, however, that the new British Secretary of Legation at Paris is best known in this oouatry. ' As "Owen Meredith" he has obtained no small popularity as a poet" Lucille," a novel in verse, being the best known and most sustained of his many literary produc tions, Of course, in the event of his surviving bis distinguished father, who will be sixty-seven years old iu May, "Owen Meredith'! will become Baron Lytton of Knebworth. - The Ideal of Christ's Peraess. The Christ of painters is blue-eyed and golden-haired, and such a one never existed save in their imaginations. A blonde in the race of Syrian Jews is unknown. He was a brun (since we have no word in our language which describes a man with dark hair and eyes and olive eomulvxienl of that race, there are pious people who have recourse to a miracle to make him a blonde, with whom it is useless to argue. Generally tbe stoutest defenders of his divinity believe that in taking on himself a man's nature he subjected himself to the laws which govern it, and that be thus inher ited the characteristics of tbe race from which he sprang. Leonardo, Guidio, Raphael, and other masters, created their Christ, regardless of historical requirements, and invested with him an (deal character which he never possessed, according to their ideal qf iUt beautiful in art. This iiWI once i in Dosed, has sinpe been perpetrated by all painters, Because tnry tin us: dius eye wore spir itual than dark, and golden hair more god-like than black. They had an idea, too, that the Jewish type of face was ignoble, which may have bad some foundation from the degradation . to which the race was forced for so many cenU.;2S br persecuting Christians, and 'they''Jhits pi tueir prejudices against investing the a'vioup T.ith the trails of a people whom tbey despised. ' But the Je of Syria, in the day of Jesus, was, before big perseeutipn and consequent deniCflt, perhaps tut equal of the mao of any C?mt t In point of nat ural advantages.' There ar Jew now, in isolated habitations in Palestine, who are remarkable for their handsome traits. Albrrt Rhodes, in AppUUns Journal. iMemphis Architectural Iron Works.jl JOHNSON, - 1 1 " MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KISDS0F ."' , .'" IRON WORK FOR BUILDINGS. . ' Cwlaman, 8111, Mattl, Grating. te., " ' Irou Fences, Railings, Balconies and Vfraida ; MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS. Steam Engine, fclinfiliigs PiilIejH, Coupling!., Hauler, etc. Oar Iron Work for Brooks, Banks, Utley, Lynch, C'boek, Speers and other COTTON PRESSES. , ,. Hone Power, Segment, and Running Hear of all kind.-B , . WORKS CORN EI t OP LAUDERDALE AND COtT.T STREETS. , OFFICE, 300 MAI. V STKKET, Opposite Peabody Hotel, RISK & IV 1 i.-' I ... i . .. 1 1 ' -" ,. DEALERS IN ' Stoves, Mantels, Grates, Castings, : AND MANUFACTURERS OF ' m rViu unci iSlieet Iron AVur ' ' ' OF EVERY. DESCRIPTION. JOBBERS OF !..o ..v : TIN PLATF, SHEET JRON5 WISE AND TINNERS STOCK. '' Hole Ageufs lor tb Celebrated " ; BUCK'S BRILLIANT COOKING STOVE, : ' " . WUICU PTANDS WITHOUT AN EQUAL. ' - " v-Alas, Aires.' for V. B. Etaoa' AtBsstel uad ir(e Company mu Wal Inre'a Patlesst Grate. No. 30G Main Street, FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE, TOYS! TOYS! TOYS! Willow and Fancy China! Ware! T. W. JOHNSTON & CO., IVo. 310 Main Street, . OPPOSITE PEABODY HOTEL, Memphis, - - Tennessee. r im " sr WE OFFER TO I .... TERY CIOTj: FIGURES, I SNt :" '-i W : M!tr r '.-iZr-r flfr fTUlB LARGE6T, MOST VARIED AiiD C0MPLETS ASSORTMENT OF T1IKSR GOODS X. ever before broairht ti this market. Our stork of BASKETS, in every style and site. Is mot complete: and the very newest things in mechanical and other toys, Children's Wheeled Uoods and Fancy China Hare, nave been received. We respectfully solicit an examination of our Mock and a share ef yoar tride. T. W. JOIIXSTOJf a CO., 70-95 Bfempbfsu Tea . . EXPOSITION STOCK. Tb BE FOURTH AND LAST CALL IS DUE this day. All the stock is bow due. tbe build ing is nearly completed and prompt payaents must be made. Call at once. ' EP. BURKE PICKETT. See'y. 13t No. l',r, street. NOTICI. Notice to Lawyers. Tt HAVE FR SALE AT THE LEDOER ,f office blank aotices to take depiti..ns, aae printed instnsctinn. to th. officer taking the same; aUo blank eaptiaaa and oertia- ctc. ' ATTORNEYS. Jpsuh P.rrsaso!., T.n, C. Uiai, fate of I'I'irenre, Ala. lateofBolivar.Ienn. lATTERNON & LOWE, Attorneys - at-Law, XO. 23 MAUISOS ST., MEMPblS. - - - IENNEFE. 91 RISK & CO., Memphis, Tenu. JOHNSON, . -Of : . "I ,. - - ! u. 'Memphis,' Tenn. THE TRADE AT , : , . . , t... SALfJON "STAR OF ITALY " SALOON, Opp. ria. aad Teaa. Depot, r CRISTOFASr KEEPS THE BEST Vy. wines, liquors, rigart, tobacco, t. fresh oyMers received daily and served np to eoe- tomer. in erery tvlc M PUBLICATION. VfO PAPK IN MFMPUIS IS A BETTER XN advertising medium than the W ar Blviliatltei. it having within th. limits of which Memphis is the commercial eenUr a very larve circulation. This can be known and read ef all who may become interested. Judicious advertising will pay. Our office is Main street, np stain, in tame building with bvyle AChapuava. , F. w pr.yw ro. HAIR DYE. TJatchelor'g Hair Dye. This plendid Hair Dr. Is the im ikr worM. The enly true and perseet dye. Harmlees. re liable and inHanianeoes: jodisappointinentj no ridiculous tints or unpleasant odor. Kem edies the ill effect, ef bad Uyee and wane.. Produces laaiuuTii.v a superb .LiCLoa a.r real aaowi, and leaves the heir tls ,aurr u s i Tin 1.. The genuine signed vt . A. Batchelor. SjIJ br all Urusti-ts. CUAi. B.ICHtLORj tl-.od-xvi-O) Propn.tor, . V. aiaaa NO. 75 m ' i mmmmmmmi i j-SlgAij 1 TO. DEAN & CO. j ' S'5f ' ' Choice Groceries, Teas, I 2, g. r"-' : "D L :. g s p IL-rf,.'. provisions. ! j g s: C ' Q) ---'aa-: a.l.-..a.-g- r- i. 1 i f,--. r. .ra. aa fc Tla.- , g lit Wf:-, ifr'MP -lit EXCLUSIVE WE SELL TO HERCHANTS fONLY. J, H. L0EWE5STINE. D. C. L0EWE5STINE. H. M. L0EWEN3TIXE.- LOEWENSTINE BROTHERS, EXCLUSIVE AV1IOLE8ALE D R Y GOO DS, - Notions, White Goods, Hosiery, GENTS'; r FURNISHING GOODS, 348 Main Street, Memphis. Tenn., And 75 and 77 Worth Street, New York City. IIE MAKE DRESS GOODS A SPECIALTY. HAVINt) JUST OPBNED. MERCHANTS JT will here find a Complete. New. and one of the Laigeat blocks av.r exhibited in Memphis, which we de,ire you to eTwniine. Ij2li PIEDMONT AND ARLINGTON LIFE INSURANCE CO. f , i ' ' OP RICHMOND, VA. W, C. CARKINdTON, Preeldent. D. J. HAIITSOOK, Secretary. Assels and Iorestiueuta over $2,500,000. No miter or Policies over 1 7,000. ' DIVIDENDS DECLARED ANNUALLY. PLAN SiUTUAL. ALL CASH. UltANCU OFFICE, O l- MADIBON ST., MKJtPHItS. U. L. DENNISON, President. J. E. DILLARD, Secretary. . t J.J. BUSBY and J. A. L0WDEN, Vice Presidents. 0. L. Dennison, A. M. Stephens, J. J. Busby, i. V. Rauibaut, John Johnson, J.N.Ware, lledlral Xiamlaers-O. B. THORNTON, M. D.. R. J. FREEMAN, M. D. ' M. B. TPEZEVANT, CotJKssLLoa. DII.IL.A11D Ac Kl'OTHWOOD, General Ajfents. CimiSTIAC BROTHERS' COLLEGE, IVo. Z2-'S VclnniH Street.. THIS INSTITUTION AFFORDS AMPLE MEASS FOR A THOROUGH CLASSICAL, Sci entific and Commercial education. ihK.Mo: Uoarn. luition, etc., per monta, T.Vi w-'ey noinr. 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Now in Bie in the Executive Mansion, War, State, Treasury and Navy Departments. Price, 3t50, Polished Copper. Bend for a Circular. National Fire Extinguisher Co., JA3. E. THOMPSON, General Manager, Head OBlee, ites Broadway, N. Y. S1-Tl-'V1.eod.d,w DRV. I'm a .'-B.a. , - THE '