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THE NATIONAL REPUBLIOAN.JgEDNESDAJ:-HOILNINGOCTOBER.17. -1866-
Wiwiilnaton Olty. I. C
W. J. MCBTAOH A CO., PUBLISHERS.
S. P. IIANSCC-M, EDITOR.
WKDSESDAT MORNIrTGr-OCTOJlBn IT, IBM.
THE LEDGER SWINDLE.
A Mr. Abboit, of New York city, new
agent for an association of newspaper! in dif
ferent prt of the country, received the
1) Ing dispatch from l'usi, and then tent it
from Kew York to the Ledger, tn Philadel
phia I This ii a roundabout way for the
most enterprising journal In Philadelphia to
obtain Its news from Washington. The
Ledger now has the proof that It is not only
a " roundabout way," but that It Is also a
very unreliable source. We are surprised
that Mr. Abbott, with whom we think we
hare heretofore had pleasant relations, shonld
employ any but reliable and loyal men in
Washington to send him news. We think
it is due to the public, and the Government,
that Fust thonld be dismissed by all news
paper publishers, and refused admittance to
every department of the Government until
he tells how he obtained (if he obtained it at
all, which we doubt,) the statements or re
ports upon which he based, and out of which
he framed, the infamous dispatch that ap
peared In the Ledger and other papers. I-ct
us ferret the matter to its lower depths;
purify journalism and protect the Govern
ment. DIHTINUUIMITED ARRIVALS) AT
Among the arrivals at the hotels in New
York on Monday were Sir Fredimc 13 rice,
the British Minister j W. Uodisco, the Itus
sian Minister ; G. G. Tassaea, the Spanish
Minister; A. M. De Zba, Spanish Consul at
Portland, and Major General IIobcft Andir
son, U. S, A., at the Clarendon Hotel. The
Hon. Joun It. Alley, Massachusetts; Gen.
Ki I I.ERTOK, Washington; tho Hon. Lixan
Treuain, Albany, at the Fifth Avenue Ho
tel. Odii nic IIarrot, of the French lega
tion, at the Brevoort House ; Rear Admiral
Moxtooxery, U. S. X., at the St. Denis Ho
tel ; Princes J. Noda and J. Xaciai, Japan,
at the St James Hotel; and the Marquis
de Chaxbrun, Washington, at the Astor
SbATIl UF'nuX. JOHN VAST BU
RE3C. Our community was again startled yester
day afternoon by the telegraphic announce
ment of the sudden death of another of New
York's eminent statesmen. Within tho last
fevt j ears the Kmpiro State has truly had
occasion to mourn by reason of the loss of
her great men.
The death of Hon. Joiix Vax Birf will
be deeply felt in the social circle, Bt the bar
and on the rostrum, where he alwa)8 dis.
plajcd extraordinary powers of eloquence
ami great force of argument. We shall a.
lude to the subject of this notice hereafter.
THE NATIONAL UNION VOTE.
The people of Hall have not been able to
get in the vote of that incorrigible nigger,
who insists upon equal suffrage. Hence the
"National Union" vote of that town has not
et been returned. Our Hull correspondent
says if the nigger don't vote to-iiiorron,
measures Hill bo taken to hoist his vote in
with u derrick.
Another Mr Nallrd.
The Boston Covimoimealth having, with
its usual mendacity in political matters,
made a false statement in reference to Hon.
( iiARLPs Francis Adams, the following card
has been published in the Boston papers;
MR, ADAMS AND XR DANA.
' Kditor Comhonwealih: My attention has
just been called to the following paragraph,
in your issue of Saturday last;
'Speaking with Charles Francis Adams
one day, about American affiurs, Mr. 11. If.
Dana, jr., mentioned the word 'nation in
connection with the country. 'Nation!' pet
ulantly exclaimed Mr. Adams, 'it is no na
tion nothing but an association of States.1
Mr. Dana was not before aware of this main
tenance of tho doctrine of State rights by
1 desire to say, aa early as possible, through
our columns, that no such conversation
i ver look place between Mr. Adams and my
self Very respectfully, j our obed't serv't,
it. II, 11ANA, IR.
Bostua, Oct 9. 1868
Hon. Geo. H. Hiiiakd, of lloston, has
been appointed United States Attorney for
the District of Massachusetts, net Kicuaiid
11. IHva, esq. Mr. Iiillard is learntd in
the law, having been for many years a dis
tiugulshed and honored member of the Suf
folk bar; is an accomplished scholar, a fin
ished orator, a linguist and author. He was
n politician of the old Whig school, hut of
late jcarshas not figured much, until within
u few months, like Mr.WiiTiiRoi', he has de-
clared for the present Administration. Mr.
Hillarj) will make a good District Attorney
for Massachusetts. His appointment was
strongly urged by Hon. Bk.vjamin U. Cirtis,
ex-Justice of the United States Supreme
N ationai, Theatric. The first appearance
for many ears, in our city, of that estimable
artiste, Mrs. F. W. Lander, formerly Miss
Jkan Marie DAVKxroitT, occurred lust even
ing. We are at a loss to remember when
we have witnessed a liner rendition of Bu
wfr's charming play, the "Lady of Ljons."
This evening, " Adrienne, the Actress," will
he given. It will be remembered by our
readers that it was this piece that was so
ery successful during the late engagement
of Mrs Lander at the Winter Garden, In
New Yoik, and that this will be the ouly
opportunity of seeing her In her greatest
Henrt Wiuok's stumping toor in Penn
sylvania reduced the He public an majority
from ZZ.oou (IIartrankt election) to la.imu,
(Oearv's election ) Wuunx is now In New
York stum pi air for Fk.vtox. If he is allowed
to talk enough he will not only reduce the
Hepubljctn majority, but will probably de feat
Frjrroy LetDim iliac.
Tub diawiho or 'TUB Oirr Ooycert tick
rrs is proceeding with regularity at the ol-
diers' Fair Building. A ft u impossiuie 10
obUin perfectly accurate luU of the num
bers drawn until th list U mads up officially;
we refrain from puDUituog toera.
LOSS OF THE EVENING STAR
ISTERESTiNO DETAILS OP.THE DISlSTEl
By the arrival of the steamer Virgo at
New York, from Savannah, October 10, we
learn further particulars of the loss of the
Among the passengers by the Virgo were
K. S. Allen, late Purser of the Evening Star;
Robert Finger, late Unlet Engineer, and a
passenger, II. II. Harris. By their state
ments It appears that the Evening Star en
countered a tern Bo gale on the evening of
Tuesday, October 2, when about 240 miles
northeast of Mantanilla Reef. At midnight
on the 2d Inst, her rudder-chains were broken,
and the vessel, being unmanageable, lay in
the trough of the sen.
Purser Allen gives the following particu
lars: About two o'clock Wednesday morning
the steamer was lying in tho trough of the
sea. My barometer at this time was about 28
and 810ths. Between two and three o'clock
the starboard rudder chain got out of the
shieve, the vessel becoming unmanageable.
About three o'clock we commenced bailing
the ship from the engine-room and after
cabin. About five o'clock the engine became
disabled. The water now reached the furnace
doors, extinguishing the fires. Having been
at work on deck, I now went to tho lower
after-cabin and assisted in bailing, but the
water increasing in the ship's hold, soon drove
the men on deck. At this time the scene
was indescribable. Her cargo commenced
shifting aft, and she was fast settling In the
water; her cutwater was stove in by a heavy
sea, the water pouring in with n perfect del
uge; her rudder gearing was broken, and the
light work on the deck was being carried
away piece by piece.
A little before daylight Captain Knapp
went into the cabin and nottfieu the passen
gers that he had done all that was in his
power to save tho ship, and he was satisfied
that she would go down before many min
utes had passed ; he then closed the cabin
doors, and, with the assistance of myself, he
commenced getting the boats clear from
their fastenings. The captain now opened
the doors on each side of the social hall, and
efforts nere about to be mado to get the la
dies into the boats. It was now six o'clock.
A few minutes after daylight, as we were
about taking the first lady from the cabin
door, a heavy sea swept the decks, swamp
ing the vessel; she made one larch and went
down. 1 now louna mseu struggling m me
water. . .
After hanging to a piece of the wreck for
three hours, one of the ship's boats floated to
me, and I climbed into it; but was capsized
six times, each time losing my hold. From
what I saw and heard, I think all the boats
were capsized when the vessel went down;
all this time the sea was running very high,
and until afternoon the boat containing my
self and companions was surrounded by im-
lueiise (luuiuiucs oi unit nuuu. iiw muu
was still blowing? a hurricane. That et cuing
the wind and sea moderated considerable
Captain Knapp, in attempting to reach our
boat, was struck on the head with a heavy
pieco ot unit wooa, ana immediately sanK.
Besides mself, our party cousists oflhe fol
lowing persons: kouch ringer, cmer en
gineer; John Lang, water tender; Frederick
Shaffer, coal pa'ser; George Smith, siaman;
John Powers, seaman; Denms Gannon,
alter, Rowland Stephens, waiter; Edward
Lamer, passenger; It. II. Harris, passenger.
Thursday morning opened calm and pleas
ant. e were now on the broad ocean,
without anjtuiug to eat and ver) poorly clad.
On the morningof the 5th, about 5 o'clock,
made a sail, which wc discovered to be the
bark Fleetwing, of Laurvig, Norway, from
uauze, iionuuras, uounu lor Douuiauipinn,
r.ngiand, uy wnicn we wero immediately
taken on board and kindly cared for.
STATEMENT Or MR. HARRIS.
At 5.30 o'clock the captain notified the
women that all who wished to take their
chances in the boats could do so. Purser
Allen placed a number of women in the
boats, but at tho moment these were de
tached from the wreck they were swamped.
All the nomen that could get them had llle
preservers, but these were very few iu num
ber. Meanwhile the shin was filling vert
fast. I stood by one of the hatch-covers in
company with several women, intending to
cling to it wnen me vessel suonio go uown,
which we exnected everv moment. In a fen
minutes she shipped a hcav y sea forwurd of
ner starboard wneeinouse, completely cov
ering the vessel. She never rose again out
of this sea, but went down in an instant. I
was carried down with her about twenty or
thirty feet. On coming to the surface of the
water again I caught hold of a heavy piece
of the guard to support myself, but being
several times struck by pieces of the wreck.
I relinquished by hold
1 next succeeded iu getting upon a piece
of the framework of the saloon, where 1
stood two or three hours, having been washed
otf two or three tunes. At this tune I could
see most of the debris as it lay before me.
One piece of the hurricane deck, some hun
dred feet long, crowded with human beings,
whose shrieks of terror and despair rose
above tho fury of the storm. While cling
ing to my piece of tho wreck, I saw ono of
the life-boats, to which several persons were
clinging, turn bottom up. 1 swain to her,
and with the' assistance of the others, suc
ceeded in righting the boat. Some eighteen
of us got hoid of the boat, which was com
pletely filled with water. Some of those
clinging to the sides of the boat with me
were soon washed away. Their places were
quickly filled by others. She turned uier
and over in the water like a log. After
great exertion wc managed to get her freed
! Wednesday) we began o suffer considerably
j from the want of food and water.
At five o clock on the raorninjr of the 3th
we saw a sail, which proed to be the bark
uuring ttie evening ot the .id
1 Fleetwing, of LauUr, Norway, from ilahze,
Honduras, bound tu Southampton, which
hoc to and took us on board. A e remained
onboard of her Uurtj-lhrec hours. At two
0 ciock on me aiurnoon 01 me utn we spoKe
the schooner S. J. Wuring, Captain Frank
Smith, from New York for Apalachicola,
Ha. We were transferred to her. 'Uw
Waring having been disabled In the storm,
was muking for the nearest port Saannah
or Charleston We arrived ofT Tjbcc on
Hnnday nljrht, and went up to the city the
next morning Our party consisted or ten
when we reached Savannah, Purser Allen
and the chief engineer beiug of the part),
and mj self the only passenger.
ovrr focr urz fresfrmrs
were on board the Evening Star which were
distributed among the ladies. The mcuibiri
of the ballet troupe and IVeiicli ilrius torn-
pany, uot speamng j,nii.ii, could not nn-
derstand what orders were given in relation
to the boats, and very few, if onj , managed
to reach them. The shrieks of the fi antic
women could be heard above the roar of the
angry wares, rushing to and fro imploring
for aid, but it was each for himself.
Iu addition to the French circus company
and ballet troupe there were forty-two frail
women who for rarious reasons were seeking
another field to prosecute their unholy call,
ing, Home with impaired constitutions were
migrating to a wanner clime; others were
suffering with ennui, and merely wanted a
cbasge of icens, It li lUtid that one young
girl has left a widowed mother, sister and
child unprovided for, she being their only
support. The sister is being educated at a
private school, and knows not of her sister's
'OEjr.'nANKN MEETH A CHARGE.
At a caucus held at Maiden, Massachu
setts, of Republicans of tho Sixth Congress
ional District, represented by Gen. Banks,
a charge was made against that gentleman
by Mr. CorELAND, formerly law partner of
Hon. II. W.Uooni, of tLc same district.
The charge was that Gen. Banks became
grossly intoxicated in Portland, while on a
stumping tour, during the late campaign in
Maine. To this charge Gen. Banks, having
been invited into tho caucus, replied in a
speech, from which we make the following
' Upon inv return from Congress I was
pressed unduly to enter the service of the
party to which I 'am attached, and whose
principles I support, in different and distant
States. Unwillingly and upon compulsion I
accepted the Invitation. Among others, I
received a pressing invitation to go to Port
land. 1 accepted and went. It was for the
purpose of addressing the citizens of that
city upon public affairs. 1 was there three
or four days. And In reference to what has
been said upon that. I have this to say: that
any statement that 1 was in a condition of
impropriety in any way, either from the use
of intoxicating drinks or any other matter, is
without the shadow of truth to justify it.
Loud and prolonged applause and cheers
And a statement to the contrary, made by
whomsoever it may be made, or upon what
ever authority it miybe made, is aaatro
cious, as wanton, as infamous a falsehood as
was ever uttered by tho lips of man. En
thusiastic cheering. It is not only untrue
and without auy fact or semblance of truth
to justify It, but it Is Impossible that it should
have been true. Loud applause. And 1
Invite the people of this town, or of my dis
trict, to designate any gentlemen that they
fioy please fair-minded men. In whom they
avo confidence, and who shall examine tho
tacts with me, or anjDouy else you may
choose to send and if they shall not declare
tnat It is not only witnout a solitary tact or
semblance of truth to justify it, hut that it is
impossible, with due regard to the circum
stances of the case, then whatever may bo
my office, whether of the nominee for high
oflice. or as a member of Congress, instanta
neously 1 will resign the honor of the place
I hold. Loud and enthusiastic applause.
Sir, I invite the gentleman who has taken his
seat to accept tills proposition. I challenge
him to do It. I dare him to do it."
The result of the caucus was the choice of
delegates throughout who were pledged to
the rcnominatlon of Gen. Baxks.
The Wrecked Steamer Et cuius
Captain Robi.so, ono of the lost on the
Evening Star, was a member of the firm of
Boive & Robivsov, and was returning to
New Orleans, where his house had a branch
store. He was a son of Rev. J. P. Robin
son, a well-known Episcopal clergyman in
Boston. The Captain was one of the earliest
volunteers in the lato war, and was con
nected with the Potomac army through all
Its vicissitudes. He was detached from the
regiment m which be enlisted, and attached,
to the United States Engineer Corps. He
will be remembered as having been in charge
of the transportation on the Potomac river,
his office being at the Sixth street wharf.
Among the passengers on the ill-fated steam
ship whoso names did not appear in tho pub
lished list were Lieut W. P. Dixon, of the
6th U. H. cavalry, who graduated at the
cTnltcc! States military academy at West
Point In June last; also Wilde Hardlnue,
of tho late confederate privateer ship Shen
andoah. He was the husband of Bell?
Bovd, who Is now in New York city.
The lliitemaii Concert.
The public are anticipating the greatest
pleasure from the concert to be given at
Metzerott Hall by the Parei-a troupe. The
combination of extraordinary musical talent
performing under Mr. Batfman's manage
ment will attract a jammed full house; but
'the people will submit tu some discomfort
for the sake of the pleasure to be derived
from the singing of the great vocalist, Mad
GrniTT Smith's Libfi. Case In the Uni
ted States Circuit Court at Chicago, on the
11th instant, Judge Drivimonp delivered an
opinion in the libel suit of Gerritt Smith vs.
the Chicago Tribune, on the demurrer of
defendant's counsel. 'Hits demurrer was to
the effect that a charge of ' feigning insan-
ity" was not necessarily libelous, unless
coupled with the averment that the insanit)
was feigned for a bad purpose, or from bad
mnlltrpi. The (!ourt held that uhili, eii,.!,
charms mlirht be made ti-Lhrnrallv lil.-tm,.
!,.,. s,M. an .en,,,.,, ,,, .,,,
hardly be worth while for llio .lauitiff to Va
to trul on so nurron an ieue as is prestntid
in the declaration as it no stands." I t
was KUcn the plaintiff to amend his decl.ra.
Doolh or C niitnlii John Cljjph.
The death of Captain t'lork took plaie at
Chicago on S-unuay, probublj or heart ill-
eue, irum hiuih lie nus uewi sum r.n lor
somo time. He was wideh known in ntws-
iviTierrirflin. hailnir f f,lnluen ,1 l.li 1.1.,,
when nunc ounir m the oflne oftlie Itoti,,!,
Courier, when that paper was ediud bj tLc
late josepn I. iiucmnirtiam lie suiise-
quentl j became the owner of u portion of the
establishment, and wa editor or the pal er
when the rcbelli in broke out. 'Ihoufli a
inemncrottnelii.mocrullc pnrlj ticcspouid
me union caune, ami acccpteu u communion
as Commissary of Mibsistence, and wa. with
the expedition to Mattcras. He was then
aterwardswa, attached to the r-enar.ment
Bolter " COmman'101 UD""1
With the occupation of Xiw Orleans b4
the L'nlon forces, Capt. Clark commenced
!.. .....!.IT. (,... r.r tl.o TUlt,t ul,., 1. I., .....
ducted with ability and made Kervi-ruble to,
the cause. On the return of (ieu llutler to
the North and to Norfolk he accompanied
bun. and started the Norfolk '.. which
psper he relinquished when he resigned hu
commission at the close of the war.
Captain Clarkrwas a writer of more than
ordinary ability, haying In earl) life been a
LOBe lluJeot. and the Courier freouentlt !
close student, and ttie Courier ircquenll)
contained articles from his pen which wen
i attributed to writers distinguished in litera.
ture As a companion he was truthful and
firm in his friendships, while as a brother he
was molt exemplary. Hinie Ins retirement
from the anny he hu not engaged in any
active business, lie was unmarried, and
about forty-four years of age. -Jhtton Jour
hul, A I'ox ruAst was gotten up near Mon
trstl, Btturdsy, Id whlea isrfsl Aaurleaa pir
tlclptud, A BostonUa sarrM it lbs Wmh.
Esvsrsl rllsri gut ssvsre falls, Vat Ml M M sa-
Transportation of Fnblte itloncya.
Tho Secretary of the Treasury hu just
promulgated the following circular to col
lectors, officers, or agent of the Treasury
Department engaged either In the collection
or transfer of moneys of the United States:
TitiiriT DkPiftTiiiftT, Oet. 1, IMS
A contract having btcn eotered intobotwn the
Treasury Depertmeot and th Adams Exprec
Company for lb transportation over all tb Haft
of tb said Ada Express Compeay. uA throtfU
Ibem of tbt American, United States, Uarndea s,
Howard', Hop, Cheney's, Eastern and Southern
Kxpreu CompaaJ, of ill mootjt oadr tho ea
trol of lb Trtunrj Dtp&rtmtnt, 70a r htriby
directed to employ iild eompkolei for tho nteei
fATj tram port atl on of all uooejri of U Treat a rj
Deportment, told tre.tiiporUt.on to bo node for
the pnrpoiee of depoeitlof tbo menty iraatported
with the TriMarer, en AiiIiteotTrcuarer, orea
thoriied depository of the United SUtei for troi
mtttlng tho none?! collected on acooant of InUrnol
rcrenne from Dpatj Oolite tore of latenuj Here
nao, to Collectors or United SUUe DepoelUrlee
and for pecUt pnrpoiee, and, under fpoelal elr
cnmittncec, la Mdordanoe with Initrncttoni from
tho Department, all tnoneyi tranimttwd ehoald
eonilit of tboftua of $1,001), or tte noWplee, m
near aa poeilblo, and ehould be tent by tbo ehorteat
practicable roatea. The eipeoaes of transportation
will be paid liy tbo Department. Tbo officers aend
log or rocelTlog moneys will certify, In inch form
of vouchers ae may be approved, no bills for the
services readerod, stating the tarn transported, be
tween what points and to what office tho moneys
wero sent, the date, and that the services charged
for were actually performed All officers or agents
are cautioned to carefully count and peak their
moneys to be tranpported, eeeuring tbem In atroig
packages, seated with their own private seal In at
least four places, and with the amount, their own
name and title, and the name and title of tho con
lift dm plainly marked on the wrapper, taking re
ceipts from tho oipresa eompentas for all sums
transmitted. II. McColloch,
Secretary of the Treasury.
Importnnt to Applicants, for Ap
pointment In the Regular Army.
The following regulations for the exami
nation of applicants for appointment In the
regular army, were published yesterday by
the War Department :
Wat Dsriirassr, )
iDjrjTAKTGllBlAL'a OFFICE, (
Wniatiro, Oct. IS, Uea
1, Boards for the e lamination of applicants for
appointment In the army wlllot paaa any candi
dates who hare not tho physical ability to endure
the eaposures of service, who bavo any deformity
of body, or whose moral habits are bad. This re
atrictlon, in catte of officers for the Veteran Reserve
Corps, Is modified by the terms of the act, admit
ting such as "bare been wounded in the IIdo of
their duty while serrlog in the army of the United
States In the late war, and who may yet be compe
tent for garrison or other duty, to which that corps
has heretofore been assigned.1'
2 Candidates muit, under the law, ''have served
two years during the war. and bare been distin
guished for capacity and good conduct la the1
3 The examination as to mental qualifications
will be confined to a fair knowledge of arithmetic,
reading, writing and spelling, and such general In
telllgenoe and capacity as will Insure, reasonable
efficiency as aommliiionei officer,
4 Any candidates who, up to this date, may
bavo been rejected by a board, are hereby permit
ted to present themselves for a second examination
according to these regulations
By order of tho Secretary of War
E D To WHS HMD,
Asslstaat Adjutant General
I.urze Salon ol Property Con Unrated
by the United Ntaten.
The United States Direct Tax Coramis
sioncrs mil st.11 to the highest bidder the fol
lowing (Joternment pronerty located on the
Ulunds of Port Itoyal, Ladies, tit. Helena,
Coosa nnd Parry. The sales to take place
as stated below : November 1st Forty-four
lots and hodses In the town of Beaufort, S.
C ; Nm ember 5th Nearly 3,000 lots in the
newly laid out city of Tort Itoyal, at the
southwest end of tiu Helena island; Decem
her3d Thirty-three freedmon school farms,
all improved and containing in the aggregate
6,000 acres. These sales are to be made in
accordance with tho provisions of the eurhth
bectlou of tho Trecdmen's Bureau bill, au
thorizing the sale or said property and direct
ing the proceeds to be invested in United
States bonds, the Interest of which shall be
appropriated, under the direction of the
I rccdmm's Bureau, to the support of schools,
without distinction as to race or color.
Cliaufce In the .Name of Military
Subject to the approval of the Secretary
of War, Maj. Gen lope, of the department
of the Missouri, anuounces that hereafter the
military post known as Camp Wardell,
Colorado Territory, shall be designated as
Fort Morgan, in commemoration of the
name and service of the late C. A. Morgan,
U, 8 A., deceased. For the Baine reasons
3en Pope nnnounces the change In the name
of tho pot known as Big Laramie, to Fort
John llu ford, lato of tho caalry corps,
United States volunteers.
The General Land Ofllee
The register and receiver of the land
oflice at Ionia, Michigan, report to Commis
sioner Wilson that during the month of Sep
tember last 16,000 acres of public lands were
disposed of by homestead entries and bounty
land warrants. During tho same month
10 OO0 acres were entered with agricultural
college scrip at St. Cloud, Minnesota.
Detached. Oct. 9 Actinir Enslern L. II.
White, from the Tandcrbilt, and to return
I to New York.
I Miscellaneous, Oct. 9
The order to Act.
Jj ,f iTso" r.7 iVlSf IhS
he u ordered to renort for duty on tlto Hicn.
The ,.,,,;, ,
n,, f0nowlnB physicians have beer, n.
pointed eiamining surgeons of the l'tnsion
llunau by the uommusioncr : l)rs. t. J,
' StO, Luna, Ohio J. R Cutter, Charleston
-owb Carolina: William A. Wilcox, Inde.
r-i.d(.nc Misioun; and T. A. liruwold, of
J unc-u, Illinois,
'' entire AlipolutltieiltN,
'Ilrt follow iui unpomtineuU of internal
retinue officers were made jesterday: Au.
'"" .orvro, jisinor ior ino rirst
dutri't Louisiana; Julius Ennemoscr, As.
' "''"" t(" the Third district, Louisiana, (Jco.
w 'I horni Collector for the I'lfth district,
Mllllarj liriturtmeut of llio .Ills.
Maj (im Hancock, commanding the De-
, ". , cel s'n dlirl ,ffl
1 -' V H.Kent-r a, Assistant AJjutant
' Je"c"ul of Ll" iHPiL.
Impiisai IteiKMr The recemts cstcr-
' .1 I .. .-.. tn '
'inatou Wilson Aiuuom His l'mm
'I he Koton Journal denies the story that
htnutor ilnon has made a public prolession
of relimon, and united with Itev. I)r. Kirk"s
church 'I his statement is Incorrect. The
Journal sajs :
It is based on the fact that Mr. Wilson,
consideration of his personal duties toward
the iaus of Christ, stated at Natlck last
none rainu nas, oi late, Deen turned to
riundd) that he had consecrated himself to
that eauie. and hereafter should take bin
stand with the people of God. It is well
known that Mr. Wilson has been an at
tendant at the services of religious meetings
now being held in Natlck. and has been ih
subject of many earnest prayers, which hare
been answered in his conversion. The position
which he has taken will cause Christians
everywhere to rejoice, and to pray that his
influence may bo as widely felt In the promo
tion of the cam, of Christ , ai It hu hertto.
fore been felt in polittci.i" ""
The National Republican.
TTTTi, TVT A TI'FaUEITgiS.
CONDITIONS OFTIIE ArSTKO-mUAN TBEATV
HUJ10RS OF ANOTUEB FEMAN BAID.
Tho Great Flro in Quoboo.
GENERAL BANKS RENOMINATED.
MITRDEIt OF A FREEDMAN.
Eitra Stuloa if the IHIululppI Legislature.
MESSAGE OF THE GOVERNOR.
From EuropeState ol tho Market.
Bj Csbls to th Aratlitid Praii
Liverpool, Oct. 1G. Tho market for cot
ton is quite active, the sales to-day footing
up 20,000 bales. Middling Uplands are
quoted at IK 14d.
The weather is still unfavorable for the
crops, and the brcadstufls market tends up
ward. Corn has advanced 30s. per cental for
The London money market is steady. Con
sols 89 1-2.
The following are the closing prices for
Amfjjcan securities: Krio railroad, 49, Illi-
nouTtXentral, 78 1-2: United States 6-20'e.
TME PKACK BKTWEFN AUSTRIA AND .TAUT.
Nkw York, Oct 16. The steamer Scotia
brings dates from Queens to vn to tho even
ing of tho 7th.
Tbo following arc the principal conditions
of tbe treaty of peace between Austria and
Italy: A mutual exchango of all prisoners of
war. Austria consents to the union of Vc
netla with Italy. Tho frontiers to be added
to Italy are those which constitute the ad
ministration of Venetia while under the
Austrian dominion. The amount of debt to
be assumed by Italy is thirty million florins,
payable in eleven instalments In twenty-
Th MltiUtlppI IfUUtur In Kxtrm Sci
lon Th GoTrttora Menage.
KiwOkliars, Oct. 10. Th MlnUaippt Lecli-
IfttQrt mat juUrfoy in extra leiilon Tb Got-
rnor'i meuige laid the neceislt.es of tbe State
constrained him to call the Legislature together-.
Dot a special emergeoojr lot a geot ral exigency,
resulting from the altered and deranged condition
of our Federal relations and domestlo affairs. He
states tbe removal of negro troope from oar State
and tbe transfer of tbe Freed men's Bureau to offi
cers of the regular army are subjects of congratu
lation. lie deplores the state of tbe conn try.
He presumes the mere reading of tbe Constitu
tional Amendment will Insure Its rejection.
He recommends the admission of negro Uitlmooy
In all the courts, and requests that provision be
made for the education of Indigent children of Con
federate soldiers and for tbe relief of destitute dis
abled Confederate and State soldiers.
Tbe other portions of tbe message relate to pure
ly looal matters
The WeUier tttllt lit ivy olT the Capei.
FoiTREks MonnoB, Oct 10 The steamer Ala
bama, from Savannah for New York, put Into Nor
folk this morning short of coat She encountered
The gunboat Lenapee, which was sent out yester
day In search of the schooner Sarah Ellen, reported
dismasted outside of Cape Usury, has returned
after an unsuccessful cruise The schooner proba
bly made a Southern port.
The steamer Ellen ltxry, from New York for
New Berne, Is here, detained by the weather, with
Dumerous passengers on board.
The weather Is still stormy outside, with the
Harder of m, Freed man In Georgia.
Aioosta, Oct. 10. A freed man was shot In Co
lumbia county last night The outrage originated
from a difficulty with a white, which the freed man
reported to Oen. Tlllson, who adrlsed him to seek
redress from the cItII authorities. A party of
white men surrounded his house last night, and
murdered him while attempting to escape Tbe
ettlsens are Indignant at the outrage. A military
force has been sent to arrest tbe perpetrators. Ser.
era! jaybawkers hare been arrested In Newtbn
county by tbe military. There has been a slight
Reported ITneurr essf ul Attempt on the Part
of the Feitlaue lq Kuler VanMta..
BirrALo, Oct 18 The Comnmcml of this city
has Intelligence that the Fenians made an organ
lied attempt to oroii the Niagara river at Lewis
town last Saturday evening, to burn the village of
Queenitown and blow up Brook's monument, but
the attempt was ire rented by Information that the
Canadians were ready to receive them. Tbe whole
thing Is doubtless a canard.
Tbe Great Fire lu Uueuce Ilellef for the
Hit Acre re.
Qlebft, dot. 1A At a meeting called to devise
relief for the sufferers by the late Ore fifteen thou
sand dollars were subscribed A treasurer was ap
pointed to receive contributions
Tbe number of lives tost was ft, and tbe number
of bouses burned 2,300, being a larger number than
at first estimated. Nearly 20,000 j ersous are with'
Tbe weather Is very favorable
Hcleased on Writ of Habeas Corpus.
Loduvilli, Oot. IS Klrby Hughes, Morrow
and tbe two Kempers were brought before the
United States court on a writ of habmt cur put re
quiring Osn Davis to produce them They were
severally Indicted for stopping tbe malt, detaining
the mall courier, Dr. Ferrir, and detaining the
mall boat at Ghent, Kentucky.
Kntlclng Freed in en to Fmlgnte.
Nrw Ohlkam, Oot 16 A circular from tbe
State Department advises tbe Qorsmor that schemes
are on foot to Induce freed men to emigrate to for
eign countries, espeotatly to Peru, and suggests
that any legal and moral oise&a be used toward
prsreotlDg fresdmea from being Imposed upon.
Itenomlnatlin of Oen. Ilanks for Congress.
BoiTOH, Oct 16 (Jen N P Banks was renom
inated to day for Coigress by tbe Republicans of
the Slith district Oo the first ballot be received
143 votes out of 161. The nomination ww declared
Ottiai, Nebraska, Oet 16". Official returns from
the Territory are nearly completed. Tbey show a
Republican majority of between six and seven hun
dred., Tbe Legislature is two-ioiras uepuDiioau.
Tnlrtr Caees of Cholera. In Chicago Tetter
CmicAco, Ooff UVTWOJ-ew of cholera
wtrt TtVorUd, to-dv, i&d lafci deaths,
rmiiiwii i O.I 1R TV a --.- . jtTT .....
uvi. saiUBj vuai is m us -finiVB in III
levy CommtiHon In the ease of tbe recent arrest of
vt ferns, u, B,ueii agent MUbeal, Kv-V J"t
published.' eoneltdlnr that the 1 parties vhoatU
the arrest and detained the nail steamer Gtaeral
Busll should be arrested end tried by tte eoso pa
tent authority. J I I 4
Tbe Synod of Kentucky, which hu ,e4eV'tn ses
sion at Henderson during the past week, baa de
cided the ease regarding the Louisville Presbytery
99 members sustaining the Louisville Presbytery
and 5T Indorsing tbe Oeneral Assembly. t "
Tbt Masonlo Orand Lodge of Kentucky net, to
day. Two hundred and seventy two lodges Wert
represented. Orand Master Williams reports Ma
sonry In a flourishing condition In the Elate; $63,760
re repnnemn ui treasury.
Tbt Louisville CathoUo Diocese has been oreaUd
in Arch Episcopal See.
Major General Thornae Is here, and will toon es
tablish his headquarters In LoulsvIUt.
Excitement In Daltlmore-GoT. Rwtan and
the Police Commissioners,,
BiLTiMORi, Oct. 16 Petitions art being circa
lated hert and txtenstrely signed by those opposed
to the present city government, featllftg on Gov.
Swann to remove tbe Police Commissioners bri the
charge of misconduct. Tbe matter tzcltei maea
comment. Tbt law gives tbt uovsrnor tbt right
to remove during the reeeas of tbt Legislature, and
also to fill Taeanclet. The friends of the Commis
sioners maintain, however, that this tannot bt
dont ticept by trial nnd conviction befort the Su
perior Court, whilst those who petition for tht re
moral claim that the Governor ean at once set tba
tatlrt board aside and appoint a new one. At tht
roiioe uoara nave too appointment or tne joagei
for the nnprotehlnr State elections, tht tmnortanee
of tht question may bt readily understood.
Horrid Pate of a Boat Load of Ladle Lost
n the Evening Star.
BATAftnlw. Oet 13 A Private Utter from Miy.
port Mills, Fla , says that Gouldshy, tbt second
matt of the Ill-fated steamer .Evening Star, had ar
rived there, having left the atsamer with a boat
load of ladr naasenrsrs. alt bnt two of whom were
lost before getting nsarthe shore. In landing, tbe
iKiiar were ion one namea Annie , from
Rhode Island, and the other Rota Howard, of Now
York Both became losant from want and starva
tion. Tbeir bodies were washed ashore that of
the latter being nearly devoured bp sharks The
matt Is barely alive
The Eastern fin eatl on Important Itat.
FaiLlDELrniA. Oct 16 An Athens dltnatMi.
dated Sent. 29. says the French Minister. Mob.
thter, has warned the Greek Government that
ranee would break off diplomatic relations with
Greece if the latter did not observe tht strictest
neutrality dnrlng tht prertnt Insurrection In Can
dle. Tbt Cretan National Assembly bad called
upon tht Greek nation to take part In tbe Insur
rection Tbe English and French Consuls In Can
dle are opposed to the movement.
Beeeher ou the Political situation.
New York, Oct. 16 Henry Ward Beeeher
made an address at Brooklyn, tn tho Academy of
Music. last nlsht. In which he advocated the du
sage of tbt constitutional amendment as a neces
sity, lie e i pressed bu eonfldenee In tbe good faith
of tbe South. He characterised the Republican
party as the true guardian of the Interests of tbe
Government, and declared It to be tbe duty of tbe
North to educate the South Into a recognition of
Hoary Hortheaat Gait
Bo stow. Oot 13 A heavy northeast gale Is
prevailing on this coast.
Tbe steamers Oriental, George Appold, Wm. P.
Clyde, and Wm. Tlbbetta, for Southern ports,
went to sea yesterday.
The steamer Montreal, for Portland, started this
morning, but returned onaooou&t of the gale,
Jealonojr and Attempted Mnrder
Boston, Oct. 15 George Hammer, a young
German, Jealous of Mary Hanes, to whom he was
paying attention, attempted to kill her last, night,
and Inflicted wounds with a jack knlft which It is
thought will prove fatal. He fled, and haa not yet
Baltimobi, Oct 16 Flour flrmj Howard street
super $ 11 63. Wheat quletj red $2 85 f 3.
Corn yellow $1 1ft, white scarce and nominal,
Oats firm at &8aS9. Provisions Inactive Sugars
firm Coffee steady. Whisky dull, western $2 42.
New York Market.
Niw York, Oct. 16 Cotton steady. Flour
steady. Wheat dull. Corn declined la2 ots. Pork
steady. Lard quiet. Whisky steady.
Deith of Jo nit Van Buren.
New York, Oct. 16 John Van Buren died two
days since on board of the steamship Scotia, at
sea. His body has been brought on bere.
Bo i to , Oct. 16 Tht store of John O Lorlng,
In Tremnnt Row, was robbed last night of silk
goods valued at $8,000,
Pen( Pencil. Had MeUiors.
A man la Troy fell asleep ou the top or bis
home, rolled over and broke his neck
" Old Abe," the Wisconsin eagle, la going
to the Paris Exhibition.
A wkaltiiy Dubuque merchant U believed
to hare been murdered In Chicago for hit money.
Tub beer retailers nnd inn-kcepera of New
York artforganlslng fora repeal of the excite laws
The industrial establishments of New York
employ 50,000 females.
A Detroit mav recently sold his wife for
$200 to a sailor, and applied to Justice to marry
blm to a girl of seventeen.
One of the oldest papers In the world, the
PoitzHtung, of Frankfort, established In 1816, has
just disappeared suppressed by Bis mark,
Mr. IIriqiit holds that the borough repre
sentative system brings men Into power time after
time who have repeatedly failed aa statesmen.
The lovo of u miscegenation conplo in
Cincinnati, has been gradually on the wane since
tbey left tbe altar, and tbe other day some domes
tie diflloultlcs of a knock down character brought
tbem before a police magistrate, where they cursed
and swore so furiously that they wero given the
salutary Influence of a few days confinement to cool
An Innocent young girl ol Rochester, N.
Y , after being accused and arrested for stealing
gold rings, and hauled around for two weeks from
tbe jail to tho police court, abased, treated as a
felon, and condemned to tht society of the de
graded and corrupt, has at last been saved from
life la tbe State's prison by the eonfesitlon of an
A K88EL advertised for Bombay and lay
ing at Antwerp was applied to recently to receive
on board boxes containing laces and other precious
objects wonh $40,000. Tbe captain wm net ready
to take them, they lay on the wharf and took fire
They wero opened, aud found to oontain no valua
bles, Butsubsts-noea sure to enter spontaneously
Into combustion. Tht wretch bad Insured tbem
for $10,000, and reckoned on tht vessel taking flro
at sea and being utterly destroyed.
3TAUUHIIKI) ON THE POPULAR
6MITB BBOTHEKS A CO.,
OEftTLEMEtCS FDKailHIHa OOOD8,
ttue, 409 aud 4C4 SEYE1TTH STREET,
OPPOSITE I'OBT OFFICE,
WABHIHQTOM, D C.
JSIKMUU S Ulacx,
Waan II. Lino, O. f, Black,
BLACK. LAM0N A CO..
Cooasaixoas aid Attoimbvi at Law
IM TUE BUPSEMI COURT OF TDE CHITED STATES,
TBE COURTS OF THE DISTRICT,
THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS AMD
u.OQMMITTKES Of OOMORBB
J I "sOnCI.ieiTOlTRTEBSTHITRWT,
itfWerklngmin's C on wt nton Tk
Moilbly M'Ub flet Coaveatloa will be held ra
WID3ESDAT EVE. KG, iWt laMant, St elfbl o'elotk.
WM. R XeLEAir, Proeldeat.
JA1 V, KBID, Ree Bes oetMt
WsVpcelal Rx hi bit Ion of the Maeon
niMLU CiBUTET OBOAW ATTQI Rnoilg OF W.
O. MXTZtROTT A CO . Sll FIXliSTLVAKle. IV
RSDE, 4 arts f tkls week. Those of reined teat aed
Hislealealtere are cordially Invited to call aad hear
Ihesebeaittfat Ultra mi all Swe oflhe newer and
larger alylee are p eeented rorexanlaattoa. oclT-lt
Amitotic e. Nary Yard ItrMfteIn conae-
qaeaee of tbe repairs aeeeetary to be mal la the lavy
Tar Bridge. It will he aloeed ea aaalaftu MOM DAT.
October IS, until further orders. f
otlOtf ContmlMlonir of ablle Dalldlags.
MiTloiAt. Drioe Ixirtmvi Covmittii Rooms,
Ho 0OTwtLrT8TieiT I
WisBiaoToa, Aug nat 81, 1$M, J
All efflelal elreolara eeat fiom Uet roone are slfned
by tbe ebalrfnan of tbe lUttoaal Valoa Reildeat Ex
eesllv Committee aid lie secretary, aad alt meters
Intended for Its uie should be add rested to CHARLES
KNAP, Kiq., chairmen of the National riaanee Con
nlttee, or deposited lolls credit with Sanaet fowler,
Eiq . of Rltteabonae, Fowler k Co. All applications
fer eontrlbatlons to the foals of Ike Committee will be
mad by lb Y Isaac Committee, or tbeir authorised
exeat, who will be duly accredited. Von others are
authorised to solicit contributions for lb us of tbt
Committee. CHAR ES KWAP, Chairman,
Joa i P. Cotli, Secretary.
AaT Marriage and Celibacy, an Kajr of
Warning aad (attraction for Tag Ilea. Alio, die
eases and abuoes which proetrat tk vital power, with
ear Means of relief. Beat free of charge la eealed letter
aveloae. Addrese Dr. J. 8EILL1V HOUOHTOW,
Howard Aneoelallsa. Philadelphia, Pe, eul3?m
IVMadam Mount Pit Halve Valuable ,
Remedy for lhat Disease I also, a Consumption Dee troy
r, aad aa Satire Car for the Breaebltls, Asthma, a. ;
eaa be fond at Btotl's Drag Store, oppeslt National
BoUltailnaa'e, aear Metropolitan ITotalirord'a, cor
ner f Eleventh and Pnaaiylvanlaaveaa EetwItU's,
corner of Twelfth and Penosylvaalaavaaa! Elliott',
corner of t and Twelfth street! Uirbeasla's, corner of
Seventh aad O. JalS-tf
ATWondrful bat True) Madame Item.
tQTor,tn world-renowned Astroloflst aad Bomnam
balUtle Clairvoyant, while In a elalrroyaat state, de
UneaUa t Try featnree of the person you ar to
marry, and by the aid of aa Imtrnmut of IbIsbm
power, known a tbe Psyehomotrope, guarantees to pro
doc a perfect and life -11 he picture of the fa to re hus
band or wife of the applicant, with date of merrier,
otcnpatloa, leading trails of character, ae. Thts la no
Imposition, ea tentlmonlals wllbont a amber eae aasert.
By Matlag place of birth, ago, dlipoalttoa, eotor of eyes
and heir, and enclosing flfly cenle, and etamped enve
lop addreaed to yonrMlf, you will recti re the picture
by return dkII, together with dailred Information.
AdJrs la confidence, IfiDSUiUaBTntniRtMixoTs".
P O HAsT7,WMtTrr NT
ae-The SIukIiib; Claa couuectcil tvlth
rtamllD Chapel Chelr. under th direction or Prof. B
fi. kfeoier, will meet every WBDNEdDAY KVE11.NQ
hereiafier, at 7'J o'clock, tWlllaam, Bcbol Do ate,
a M eireet, between Tenth and Eleventh.
STMolh and Freckle. Ladl ami c ted
with DIscoloratlons oa th Face, called moth patches or
freckles, should on Perry's Celebrated Moth and
Frckl Lotion. It le Infallible Pr ared by Dr. B C.
PERRT, DermatoloijUt, 49 Bond street, New York. Bold
by all drutflit la Washington and elsewhere, Price
, Collector' Oflei, City Hall. V.ehlnK
Tais.D C, AufU.tl, 1(W KOTICB TO TAXPAYERS.
Notice le hereby given that, by au act approved July
t8,lW,"thratoftaa on allrealaadpereonal property,
stocks, Ae., far the year 1800, la Bxod at one dollar and
ten ceaU oa every one band red dollar of thaasaeeied
Talne of eald property Dpoa all taxes apoa all prop
erly not la arrears for tsxea fur general parpoees aa
abatement of Ave per ceat le allowed from Augait I,
IMS, until th lat day of October, lftw, after which a
abatemeat will b allowed, WM. DIXON,
4TAt aMetluz ot th Hoard of Truetce
ofPubll fccboola, held oa Tuesday evening, th 14lh
lastant, th Mlowlng rosolollon was adopted j
Ut$iltfl. That the followlaff place be de.lgnated as
oAci for the trsoiactloa of all Publ'e bebool bualneas
by tbe re.pcttT8ab-Bardt f Trustees t
Forth Bub Hoard, Vim ttutrlcl, (First and fteeond
wards) tkbitol-rooio, corner FuarUeatb end O sire-its
Fvr Ifasifub-Board.tlerwnd dUtrler, (Thlrdand Four b
Wards School -room oo II, between sixth and Seventh
For tbe Bab Board, Third district, (Fifth nnd Sixth
ward) W.I Itch School Hnlldlog
For the Bob Board, Fourth dutrlct. (Seventh ward)
Male Grammar School room, Jao E. Thompson, teacLer,
oa Sixth street,
Th Trustees will be la attendance at the office
from 8 to $ o'clock oa sch looming of the wek, from
Monday to Friday tncloalve, daring the month of Sep
tember, and all persons entitled to tloieta of adulation
to lb Poblto School, can procure them at the placea
aud times deslf nattfd
By order of th Board.
au2t eoltt IE. F. BO 38 E A U, Secretary
WANTKD-TO RUNT, A STORK OX
Seveatli eireet, between Penuylvanla arcane
aad Ettreet. either side. Will parebsae tbe goad will
Box 834, Post Office.
rOU HALi; Olt I113IXT-
Vtm mirVTflMfl lt.l. A !. Uiai.ull.a A .
land and Vlrjlnlisfveaues, bvtwecu eeventh and ElfiLtb
streets went Tbe Il uie I 111 feet front by 40 feet deep,
with wide ball through the centre The lot Is 100 feel
front by 2U feet deep, embraelntr one bmvtf of snnare 414.
JOHN II HEMMES,
13 dlftf Beaton lions.
170R SAK-A r!LKOPTIH-fl)AILY
X NATIONAL REP17BLICAN, (anbounJ.) from th
flr.t Uae, Nov 2. 18W, to th preaentdty. Addresa,
N B X., at this office. ee7-tf
TOlfSALB-IN THE FIRST WARD A
V LAKOE THRBB-ANU-A-UALF STORY BRICK
HOUSE, THIRTEEN ROOMS, KITCHEN, LAROK
DINING ROOM Alftl II AM,. WITH LARUE CELLAR
UNDER THE WHOLE HOUSE. Th lot eoatsloe over
11,000 feet of rroaod, under eulllvatlia, with grape
via, fruit treea,hrub, nwr, Ac. Use and water
throof boat the bona It la a flrat-claa realdeacc.and
la la on of th laeal locations lu th city. Addreaa B,
H. J..atlblaoffica. Jyll if
XT W. 1IUIIO 1C R L L,
Xl CORNER OF FOURTEENTH AND P STREETS,
(UxDka En a itt Hocus,)
IMPORTER OP MEDITERRANEAN OOO US, 4c,
DEALER IN TINE TEAS,
oclO tf PICKLES. BAPCEB, Ao.Ac.
Vj ROOK-BINDER AND PAPXR-RULER.
Bo f7l Peaisylvaala aveane, ImIwmb Taath aad Kiev
ata atrts,aoath side.
R'Mke eUfaatly or plainly boa ad. Psrlodlesis aad
sTewsvaaavs sarefillT atUaded Ia
IMPORTAOT TO 0LAIMAVT3K)R
one hundred dollars bounty.
justice of the peace and commissioner op
Offla No 2187 street, between Fourteenth aad Fifteenth
Olalmaots dealriogto file their appllcatlooa for S10O
Bounty under Act Jnly 28.1MA, will Aad the ueoaaary
DiaDKa, WBIIB CSV wivsiai'.s ss u vwvisi tu.
at this office.
icaaea repaired to ldeattfr, la
To hi Maoda aad the public, that be haa erimpteted,
and will open on TUURSOAY MORNING, OctoUr II,
To be conducted upon the plan ao loaf a dealderataa
with the Inhabitants of Waabluftoa aad tt visiter
He now Invitee his f rar patrons aad all those who
appreciate th comfort of a
' FIRST-CLtSB ESTABLISHMENT,
Equal to th moat famous of Maw Teik aud other elite,
to call oa hint at
424 FIFTEENTH STREET,
BETWEEN NEW YORK AVENUE AND U STREET,
010 4t NEAR Kims A CO 'S BANK.
UDSON T A Y Ia O 11 ,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
Hi Psaasylvaata avtaos, S doors wast of Ninth street,
Ail the aw books of tbe age received Immediately
epoa lean front Ik prs,aad for sal at publishers1
Imported Stationery and America man of act or, of all
grades and variety, at (bo low! Hew York prices
blaak Reeka of ail elyle oa head, aad mad to order
without loaa of Mi.
VUiiUxOamprialed, aad plat enf raved la Ik
AU Jedleal Books scpplled at pablUhari ' rtiw.
Tip! ui l4Tlcr4 sUned to crisr, apl-tf
. w.nj-.a.a ,.t-'K..'