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SffWlTK.
Mr. VTOleT ircx. n .nnoatiMd Iht pru-
from Virginia, stallog; tbat Mi dlsabllltles
had bn removed, and Inst ho desired to fee
sworn la.
Air Edmonds id r km ted thai Ihcrt roll ht
b iihm farther lezUlfttloa necessary, lie
had been Inform! that tot dleaWllUee of
this rentleman naa not ran remorea. lit
understood that ths dUablllilea of a Mr.
Johnson bed been remoredibat whether It
was tbU Mr. John W. Jonason he was not
certain, and the Identity of conre ought to
be established.
Mr. Wilier road from one of the acts re
woTlnar political disabilities where tha name
of John W Johnson, of Washington coantr
occurred, and this was tha gentleman thai
wee here present.
Hr Sumner eald there would be no objec
tion, of course, If thle waa the fact.
The Benttor-elect then adTaneed, and thi
oath wae then admlnlitered to him.
The Home bill allowing each Virginia onl
elate ai are unable, from eoudence take,
to take an oath, to make affirmation In a
enmlogthe dntlee of their offices was passed.
The Home bill to abolleh tha franking
prlvlfega was read twice, and
Mr. Pomeroy moved fu Immediate con
slderattoo, but objection was made by Mf.
Drake and Mr. Vlckers, and It was referred
to the Committee on Foet Office.
Mr. Cragln presented memorial of Admi
ral Tarragat, Vlee Admiral Porter, and
other offlcers of the batt, asklcg that the
reserved llitof the nety shall be divided
Into two classes. .Referred to Committee
on Naval Affairs.
Ur. Con kiln g presented memorial of the
New Tork Chamber of Commerce, urging
more frequent mall communication between
Baa Francisco, China, and Japan, and urg
ing proper Congressional action to arrest
the decay of American commerce. Re
ferred to Committee on Commerce.
Mr. Wilson, from Committee on Appro
priations, reported with amendments the
West Point appropriation bill.
Also, Introduced bill to authorise the set
tlement of accounts of offlcers of the army
and navy. Referred to Committee on Mili
tary Affairs.
Mr. Bherman offered a "resolution. wh!h
was agreed to, dlrectlog the Committee on
Appropriations to Inquire Into the expe
diency of transferring to the surplus fund
all balances of appropriations remaining
unexpended on the 1st day of July next, ex
cept the permanent and Indefinite appropria
tions, and to report such permanent and In
definite appropriations as may be repeated
without Injury to the public service.
Mr. Ilatnlln, from the Committee on the
District of Columbia, reported without
amendment the bill extending the time for
the completion of the lateral branch of the
Baltimore and Potomac rallroad,and to
change the location la the city of Washing
ton along the bank of the canal.
Mr. Uamtln Introduced a bill to Incorpo
rate the Washington Association for the
Improvement of the Condition of the Poor
of the District or Columbia.
On motion of Mr. Edmunds, tlie commit
tee on the Judiciary were Instructed to In
quire whether any additional legislation Is
necessary la reference to the organisation of
the provfelonal legislature of Georgia.
Mr. Ferry called np thebUl extending the
patent of RolUn White for Improvement In
pistols, returned by the President with bis
objections at the last session.
Mr. Ferrv said this bill at the last session
bad passed both Houses without being
printed and without debate, but It was not
signed by the President. In the meantime
other Parties went to work and invested
money la the manufacture of the arms af
fected by this patent, and they were sur
prised to hear of this bill for the renewal of
this patent being brought forward at this
session and passed. These matters should
be decided by the Commissioner of Patents,
and It was setting a dangerous precedent for
Congress to Interfere. Mr. White, as an ex
cuse for coming to Congress, aaeerted that
he had not had a fair hearing before the
Commissioner that his counsel was not
present, and a portion of hie evidence had
been stolen. lie (Mr. F.) had addressed a
letter to Mr. Foote, the then Commissioner
of Patents, In regard to this matter.
The morning hour here expired, and the
unfinished business, being the currency bill,
came up.
Mr. Hamlin said to-day had been eet apart
by special order for the consideration of cer
tain business. He desired to bring np some
District of Columbia bills, among others the
bill for the relief of the poor. Senators did
not jnow the great destitution and distress
that r rail here, and the necessity of Con
gree doing something.
Mr. Bherman would have no objection to
the currency bill rolne over to-dav. If It
was understood that It should come np to
morrow. Mr. Stewart alluded to the census bill
as a measure wblcn should bo acted on at
once.
Mr. Conkllngwae glad the eenros bill had
been SDoken of. The committee were anx
ious for action on this matter at one. It
would meet their views If the Senate would
ixiuea m aaiavvj ( up eva u. uo cviuuutng
were under the impression that the act of
1850 wxiuopryenfllclsnt, and If no further
TETjJu was taken by Congress the census
would be taken under that act
Ur. Bumner. as a member of the commit
tee expressed his dissent from thi remark!
or air. uouaiing, taonKut too compeaaauoa
provided by the act of 1800 was not enough,
and he did not like to table unceremononsly
the elaborate bill upon which the House had
TTvmdad an ranch time.
After some farther discussion, the bill ap
propriating fSO,ooo ror tne reuei or me poor
of the District or uoiumcia waa uaen np.
Mr. Pomeroy moved an amendment, that
the parties having In charge the distribution
of the fund, use a portion of the appropria
tion In famishing labor and the materials
for labor.
Mr. Pomeroy knew that there were many
sick and aged people, proper objects of
charity, who are not able to labor) but there
are many who are able to work, and these
are the ouee who, being the most clamorous,
will get the larger share of the appropria
tion, lie should prefer that the whole
amount should be devoted to furnishing
work i he should like to see an appropria
tion made sufficient to pare all the streets
and avenues of the city, and set these peo
ple at U.
Mr. Davis said a great many people of no
means, but who were able to work, were
allowed here from all narta of the country.
and then they were dependent on charily for
support, una i ne would suggest uioae
vise some means by which thsse people can
be sent away from here.
Mr. Tburman expressed his treat prefer
f- race for a territorial form of government,
wmen wouia no a great messing to ine tax
payers, bat which was opposed by all those
now In office. lie alluded to the rreat influx
of colored people, and said that they gener
ally remained about here at the time elec
tion were to come off. and the nartles who
p could feed them out of a huge seup bowl
were .ue ouee wuo wouia d apt to gsi ineir
suffrages. This money was to be under the
control oi iae politicians, ana wouia do
Died as an electioneering fund. The city
authorities here and the police did not pro
tect those who were opposed to them, not
even of their own party. A colored man
was nearly torn to pieces for voting the
T)mrrrtlc ticket.
Mr. Hamlin said there were some twelve '
or fifteen hundred former slaves here, rang
ing from W to 115 years of age, physically
helpless, and totally dependent. Then there
were three or four thousand others here, of
both ssxee and colors, one thousand proba
bly of them women with children, and all
dependent. The Government has over one
hundred millions of property here, on which
It pays no taxes, ana It ought to do some
thing, lie regretted the Senator Mr.Thur
mtBt had brauffht politics into this matter.
no were w oe ids amouvr u iu iuuu i
The Mayer of Washington, a Republican,
the Mayor of Georgetown, a Democrat, the
president of the Levy Court, a Democrat,
and Oen. Howard, who has no defined po
litical ttalut. but who knows more about the
freodmea than any one In the District.
These memorials asking this aid had come
from elilaena without regard to politics. He
(Mr. H.) bad met these societies, and be
found the alma were distributed without re
gard to color, polities or religion.
Mr Datls suggested thaf the trustees to
distribute this fund be tho clergymen of, the
different churches In Washington and
Georgetown, and asked Mr Hamlin td pro
Tide that In the bill. .
Mr. Hamlin said that was practically the
effect Of the bill. He found In the asso
ciation, members of all denominations,
Catholics, Protestants and Jews, and to the
credit of the Jews, let It boietdtnat while
they have contributed Jlbcrally they have
supported their own poor.
Mr. Pomeroy would not U willing to en
trust the disposition of this fund to clergy
men, for althongUJhey might contribute
llberalljto their own congrgntlons,ihere was
a large olass of poopie deserving charity
who were not members of any congregation,
and would bo att to get nothing.
Mr. Tburman Inquired b ether there
were any poor laws In the District.
Mr Hamlin None unless tber came
down from the old laws, of Maryland a hun
dred years ago.
Mr. Thurman. Well, then the District
Committee should devote Itself to enacting
a system of poor laws for them as soon as
poaslble There Is no other place la Chris
tendom but has poor laws. He altnded to
the great tendency of the colored people to
congregate Jo the cities, end tald every able
bodied man here could get employment In
thecountrr.but aUtacraih besought by the
farmers of Maryland and Virginia to come
and get work, they refused to leave here.
The amendment or Mr. Pomeroy wae
then adopted.
Mr Thurman moved to recommit the bill.
Mr Wilson offered an amendment that
the unoccupied structures In Joaiclary
square be allowed to the Women's Aid So
ciety, to use to giving 'employment to In
digent women. , , ,
Mr. Casserly expressed the opinion that
this waa a most uerltrlclous system of giv
ing aid.
,jr.Jiowara aarocaiea we enactment oi
poor laws for the District, na thongbt the
people of the District should support thslr
own poor t there waa no hardship lit It ( ttre
people of every county and municipality In
the United SUtes do It.
Mr. Sherman said there waa no Govern
ment on the face of the earth so nnj ait to lis
people as was the Government or the Uni
ted Btatee to the people of the District of
Columbia. Owning one half of the property
here, and paying no taxes, It yet was Indis
posed to do anything for the relief of the
people.
Mr. Thurman repeated that he did not like
to vote for thle money to be put Into the
hands of candidates for public oiSoe.
Mr. Cole doubted the authority of Con
gress to take the money of the people of the
United States and give It away In this man
ner. He denied that the people here were
treated badly by Congress. The balk of the
appropriations that were mado were ab
sorbed here. Members or Congress spent
all their salaries Lere, as did the Government
employees.
air. raiteison naa examioea tne suoieci.
and discovered that all the monsy appro
priated for the District ot Columbia, up to
1863, did not equal the- Uurest on the value
of the land given to the Government by tb
origlnalproprtetors of this District.
Mr. Wilson spoke highly or the condition
or Washington. He believed It was as or
derly as any city In the country i that there
were morn temperance men here, In propor
tion, than In any other city, and that more
persons went to church.
Mr. Stewart said the city of Washington
was not creditable to the nation He advo
cated, If money was to be appropriated, let
It ,be to build railroads to the city, when
manufactories would spring up, provide a
system of sewerage, beautify the city, and
give these people employment ne should
vote for this bill, but It onght to stop.
Mr. Bayard could not withhold his vole
from this bill In the face or the statements
that had been made or the distress prevail
logberei but regarding this method orafford
lng relief as vicious, he hoped that It would
be abandoned. Here In this city of Wash
lngton, mad by the party In power the
paradise of the colored people, he had seen
In the few brief months he had been here,
more vice, mora degradation among this
race than be had seen at home, where one
fourth of the population were of that class.
In his whole life. The colored people will
probably find that the ballot Is not bread,
and although they may vote early and often,
they may yet have empty stomachs.
Ur Morrill, or Vfc., expressed surprise
that Mr. Bayard should hare brought pot
uics into tnia question.
Mr. Davis said nine tenths of the pauper
ism In this District was due to the lerlsla-
tlon of Congress, and for that reason the
people of the District should not be made to
par for It.
air. nye saia tne real question was wneiuer
the poor people or this District, whose cry
comes up to us, shall hare relief) yet Sena
tors are logging Into It great political ques
tion. After further debate, Mr Thurman with
drew his motion to recommit.
The amendment of Mr Wilson waa then
agreed to.
Mr. Bayard moved an amendment that
the parties dlstrlbullnr the fund shall make
a report to Congress, la December next, of
tne outnoBUon ot toe iuna, wmca was
adopted.
The Mil waa then passed.
The Senate then, at 8.43 p. m.t went Into
executive session, ana men aojonrnea unui
Monday.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
On motion of Mr. Wood, of N. T., It
was ordered that the session of the House to
morrow be devoted to debate only.
Hon. Jas. K. Gibson, another Representative-elect
from Virginia, appeared and took
the oath.
Mr. Arnell, of Tenn., Introduced a bill for
the benefit of the public schools of the Dis
trict or uoiamma. tteierrea to uommiitee
an District nf Colnmbla.
Mr. Ketcham,of N.T.,lntrodnced a bill for
the better organization of the Naval Depart
ment, iteterrea to uommittee on navat
Affairs.
Mr. Wilson, of Minn,. Introduced a bill
for the Improvement of the Mississippi river
at the Falls of St. Anthony. Referred to
CbmmlUeo on Appropriations.
Ur. Clarke, of JCaaaas. Introduced a bill
to provide for the removal of the Osage In
dians from Kansas. Referred to Committee
on Indian Affairs.-
Mr. Van Trump, of 0., asked leave to
offer a resolution directing the Ways and
Means Committee to repeal all dntlee of
scrap Iron, soft, coal, sorghum, seeds, Ac.
Objected to.
Mr. EhaakSj of Indiana, reported a bill to
Srorldefor tbo removal of the Kansas In
Ians, and the disposal or their lands . Or
dered to be printed and recommitted.
Mr. Mercur. or Pennsylvania. Introduced
fc!H to provide for collection of debt due
by Southern railroads. Referred to Com
mittee on J uQiciary.
air. uaxe, or ; i enns jivania, iniroaucea
bill repealing the act by which the selec
tion of the Congressional printer was left to
the Senate, and providing for hie election by
a concurrent resolution of tbo Two Houses
and changing the title of such officer to Bu
Criutendent or Publlo Printing, the act to
ke effect on its passage.
air vaxe explain oq inai toil oiucu waa iur
mcrsly appointed by the Executive, and sub
sequently elected bv the Senate. It was now
proposed to have the officer elected by the
Senate and House.
Mr. La.ftiti. of New Tork. said the com
mittee had authorized the presentation of
the report la ooedience to wnat tney Deuevea
to be the rights of the House, but in no
spirit of hostility to the present incumbent.
InlB07the appointment was made by the
President, but Congress saw fit to change
that law and place the control In the hands
or the Senate. Now It was thought wise
thtt tn officer, bear lne inch relation to the
House, should be chosen by the House. He
wished to say, because or the charges which
had been floating around, that no charges
against the present Congressional printer
had been made and no proofs offered before
the committee. He took It upon himself to
'say, In his behalf, that when such charges
are made and such proofs offered he wilt
wmmiin examination, ana ne t air. ai-
Itn) believed as they were examined the
brighter and clearer bis record wonld be
The bill waa then passed.
The regular order baring been demanded
the House proceeded to the consideration of
reports of tprlrata nature from tbeCom
mlttee on Claims.
Committee on Elections, to which was re
ferred the credentials of certain gentlemen
claiming to represent tboBtateof Georgia
In Congress, sttbmlued a report, with a res
olution, that the said claimants are not en
titled to eeats.
Mr. Farnsworth. of Illinois, made the
point of order that as Congress had ruled
that Georgia was net a State Inthe Union.
she was not entitled to representation, and
there could, consequently, be no qussllon on
this matter.
The Bpcaaer overrniea tne point oi oraer
Mr. Churchill made a brief statement is
to affairs tn Georgia, after which the reso
lution was adopted.
Mr. Archer, ot Maryland, presented the
petition of Bridget Hart for bounty land.
llafrr1 tn lb Committee 00 PabllO Lands.
Mr. Paine, of Wis., from the CommUtta
on CiLecuous, rcporteaoacK.uvcuMi vi "
lies vs. filmpsoo, fronMhe Fourth South
Carolina dlstitet. The committee- sav they
have affirmed their former report, and as the
Home once rejected It, Uiey ask to be dis
charged from the farther consideration of
the s object. The resolution was agreed to.
Mr Cuilom, of III., offered a bill to organ
ise the Territory of Lincoln, and consolidate
the Indians nder a Territorial government.
Referred to the Committee on Territories.
Also, a bill for a Territorial government tn
the District of Colombia. Referred to Com
mittee on Territories.
Mr. Knott, of Ky., Introduced a bill to
Incorporate the Concrete Company of the
District of Colnmbla. Referred to Committee
on District; of Columbia.
Mr. Farnsworth, or 111., Introduced a bill
to arch Tiber creek, sooth or Pennsrlranla
avenue. Referred to Committee on District
or Columbia.
Also, presented a memorial m relation to
postage on newspapers. Referred to Com
mittee on Post Offices
The Speaker laid be Tots the House several
Executive communications! which were re
ferred. ,
The House then went Into Oommltta of
the Whole on the legtslatlre appropriation
bill
Mr. Vorheei, of led., adiressed the com
mittee. He alluded to the remarkable de
bate that had initbeen closed between the
two distinguished gentlemen from Massa
chusetts, and In his opinion the defence of
tbe Administration recently witnessed Intbls
ball afforded one ot the greatest and best
evidences of magnanimity, and an utter for-
Kuaincss oi past wrongs, ur. vornees
en proceeded to review the proereu made
In contracting the debt of the United Bates.
ne siatea in aetau tnenumoer or oonas mat
had been Issued each year slnee tbe war
commenced, and he denounced the bond
holders, who, he said, had all along trafficked
In their country's woes. He contended that
tho bondholders now hsld obligation and
paper of the country more than double tbe
value of the amount which they had ob
tained It for. They had never given the
Government an equivalent for tbe value of
bonds now held by tbem.
When the country as In war and trouble
they gave the Oovernment one dollar with
the expectation of getting more than double
tbe amount, ne showed how tbe example
of taxation of bonds was unjust to the labor
ing men and the Industrial interests of the
country. While It enhanced the value of
tne oonas, it ensued tne poorer cusses with
taxation. The amount of lands held, waJ,
he said, 91,&33,&&8,e68. That was the pres
ent value. For them tbe bond-hold sr had
paid only tl,87I,42,S3S, leaving 1179,154,
713 more In tbe hands of the bondholder
than tbe Government had ever obtained an
equivalent for. And all this was because
the bonds were favored and were not subject
to taxation. He showed then that almost
every other article wae subject to taxation.
He referred to the excuse offered, that In
cornea were taxed, and that thus the bonds
were taxed; but he contended that that was
not so, as It was shown by the reports that
the tncomee were not half paid.
Mr. Voorheca also reviewed the plans sug
gested for the payment of the debt and the
payment of bonds, and argued that the
President's recommendation in his annual
message was all on the etde of the bond
holding moaonolv and airalnit the laborlnsr
classes of the people, if the debt waa paid
In tbe money In which It was contracted
ample Justice would be done to the bond
n?iaer. i ne oonas ougot to be paid in the
legal tender currency of the country, and his
party was not the only one that had advo.
cated tbe payment In this way. The law
was so plain and beyond doubt that leaders
of tbe majority of the House had frequently
Qociarca lor payment is tne icgai tenner
currency of the country. And theT held
that doctrine until the present Administra
tion came into power when a new point of
aepanure waa snggestea ana tatea. in
conclusion, he argued against the contrac
tion of tho currency. It was contraction, he
ontended. that was now crushing the busi
ness of the country. Adopt another plan,
and trade wonld revive at all points and
everywhere, and more and better than all
the liquidation of the public debt wonld
soon commence successfully. It wonld re
vive languishing energies and restore the
trade or tbe country.
Mr. Conger, of Mich., next addressed the
House, and then yielded a portion of his
time to Mr. Butler, of Mass., who said un
der ordinary circumstances he would not
trouble the House after the long speech be
bad made. But he rote to defend the Republi
can party and Republican administration
from tbe assaults that had beeen made up
on It. The Republican party could stand
any assault that had been made upon It
from the Democratic party, but It could not
stand an assault In the home of Its friends.
He then said that Mr. Dawes In his speech
yesterday had not refuted one statement
he (Mr. Butler) made on Wednesday. The
whole object of his colleague seemed to be
to prove that he had read tbe book of esti
mates accurately. He (Mr. Bntler) did not
dispute that. What he did complain of was
that he read tbe book of estimates only too
accurately with clerical and typograpteal
errors all Included.
The gentleman said la his speech that he
bad made tbe book or estimates his compan
ion for six weeks. Tet he never discovered
the errors In It In all that six weeks. If tbe
centteman had said that he slept for six
weeks with that book of estimates under his
arm, the matter might have been under
stood. Referring to what Mr. Dawes said
, about his Interview with the President In
relation to tbe estimates. Mr. Butler said It
would have been In much better taste to
have stated that conversation at the time of
his first speech Instead of at ones arraigning
the Administration.
Altudlorto Mr. Dawes reference yester
day that the House should reduce expenses
by legislation, aod that the House ought to
commence at one with the army, Ur. Bet
ter said bo thought that was one or tne most
Immiilftnt ntrrrutlotie. under the elrtum
atnri. that ha had avar heard. At the last
session of Congress he (Mr. Butler) Intro
duced a bill to get rid of all thess supernu
meraries In the army, neroughttt through
the Committee or the Whole, and when It
came to be considered In the House It was
defeated, and no voice was so potent in
securing that dsfeat as the voice of Mr.
uawes. mta tais fact upon tne recoru,u
was surprised at the supreme assurance of
his colleague. There would be no sin In
railing aown ana wonnippiDv tut Mur
ance for It was not like In Heaven or on
earth or In tbe waters under the earth, and
Its worship was not therefore prohibited by
antftMno fn tha daealoeita.
lie then went on to argue that all Mr.
Dawes statements were Incorrect, and In
conclusion he said he would like to hare Mr.
Dawes answer whether he had thoroughly
compared the estimates or the year and last
before be made his speech and arraigned
the Administration, and If not, why he bad
been so hasty to make his speech.
Mr. Dawes said he sought tha floor at this
moment to state that he did not think It was
In the power or bis colleague by anything he
could further utter to lnrolTe Mm In a far
ther debate. What he (Dawes) had said
had gone to the country, and wnat his col
league haa said has gone to the country, lie
(Dawes) would not add one word to, or
qualify anything he had said, lie was will
ing to leave all that ha4 taken place to the
Judgment of the country, and he was now
rreparcd to go on with the work before the
louse.
Tbe committee then rose, and the House
at 4j20 p. m adjourned.
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aadaiao for laaireaUuaa aa j the eoadlttoaa to
tteeuorareaiB iae ooaireM, e , eea advertiao
neat of October Si HaS, Jaaaarj I. Ifctt. aad of
idle data, lavlllai pr ftp a ala far mail earvlaa la
Vtrilala. kt , 1 he fuuad al lha prtaeipal poat
UtdaahoetdbaatBt la laalad eavelopae, aaper
eeribad "afallpropaaala, (rule of Tlrilata,rad
iV.'.'sk' " " Br?a!. I'.'uVi.iy.'ar
JaaU Hit ritmaitarUiatral.
Pear Orrici DiFAiTB'irr, I
Propoatlawlll barUi at ike CaattaatOBae
ef tkla UapartiiUBl BatU Jo 1aloakp, ,, f Uarah
). 1870. (to U da-ldai by April V, I far ."!
tfaamaRaof tha ITallad Suua from Jalr 1,1870. to
JaaaU.lSTl.oBthafoIlowlsr roolaa tn lit ktata
Ilia to aaa . urmwm, vii - v.
WtlbOard.a.taTlUJ . . ..
Frota kldiaway i iaakaillla, (V. 0..) 10
. aatlea aad bark, oaaea weak.
Leave Kldfeway Saurday at I ami
trrtvaal Laakavltla by 11 a ml
aava Laaha villa Satarday a It m
Arrlaa kI ktia.ai ! a m.
laala.
THfi COURTS.
m i i ii
StTPRtira rVitrav n rn DlSTUtOT Of CO
tmiBia. Chief Justice Cartter and Jo slices
Wylle and Olln sat (a oww yesterday.
On mnttan of Mr. VdWhtj Mr. isaao W
Hobbs was directed to be examined for ad
mission to the bar of this court.
Mr. Stanton filed a motion to discharge
the rule against Justice Marsh. No action
was taken otfthe motion
Williams et al. May et a!. This case was
farther agued by Messrs Brent and Philip
Philips, and hsld under advisement by the
court.
The court then adjourned until Saturday,
February 5.
flnranra Corny ot vnaUat-rtn Rtitm
FrnUyt January 29, 1870.--Oa motion of
Mr. Certlste, Edwin M. Holbmok, esq., of
New Tork, was admitted to practice as an
attorney and counsellor of this court.
no.uoa. ineuuyor u&icago, appellant,
vs. William C. Sheldon. Tbts cause was
submitted on printed argument by Mr. M
F, Tuley, of counsel for the appellant, and
by Mr. B. R. Curtis and Mr. W. C. Goody,
for tbe appellee.
No. 4. Original. The State of Texas,
complainant, vs. George W. White, John
Chiles et al. On motion or Mr. Paschal, It
Is now here ordered by the court that the
report or Special Master R. W. Tavler,
now on the file of this court, be, and the
same are hereby, confirmed.
No. 810. Frances Board appellant, vs. Ed
mnnd Miller et al. Appeal from the United
Btatee for the district of Virginia. On mo
tion ef Mr. Carlisle, In behalf of counsel,
ordered by the Court that this appeal be dis
missed, with costs, per stipulation.
No. 179. Wm. N. McVeigh, plaintiff In
eror, vs. The United SUtes. The motion to
dismiss this cause for defective writ of error
was argued by Mr. Assistant Attorney Gen
era! Field In support of tbq same, and by
Mr. O. Cashing In opposition thereto.
Adjourned nntll Monday at 11 o'clock.
Attorney!, Age at. to
. setvst.
i, a. a. wiiLcez
SCOYEL & WILCOX,
ATTOXAIYI AMD CODSSILLOIS-AT-LAW,
HO. ft UAUKKT IPAOK,
(BeAsaevTsus Beeai.)
WlSHtKQTOir. r. c.
PntiMliall (TalUi SUtes Cearti aii trre
Ifca DaptrttstntA. 111 1m
E. C. WEAVER,
JUBTionoiPTiiiarE.4.013,
COVTEfAilOEB,
REAL ESTATE AND OENEBAL AGENT;
1. IK ... ..Ik itml. Uk 1 ul T .lt..u.
A JCDBETT B.DCVAI.L,
OIhX. 1. TtrkBi'kUf aUMla vp.lt
.rt-tl cut mil,
RIC1IAUD T. B KRBIOU,
Caflcll.r.tL.ir
O.Mrt.4rrmn...30 D.lrMltN H0
r aimi (.. T.irt...ia ... rn.
nru. n.ro..j ..pi'
TB0K1I WI1I0V.
HINE & WILSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
M.. r.wr-.md-.-bali'.t. "W awrngtwa
ImI SiUt. anij Otninl Imiutt iftat.
Bo. OT I IT HIT,
Mini iUlk ul fetutk itrMU
Prompt AtU.ll.. OlT.m t. Coll tl..
"TPnnter.
I71retna,ATenueth aids, asar 11th it.
iie.a. eeiiiaeiAsi.
nariaa'iiTosi
GUXKIHOBAM MtlXTOIH,
PRINTERS,
Weelwerd Ballalif, aorta iUtof FitirlTil
afiiae. trtiirtaTatk ai4KtTtatk ttrMU.
Bok. J
IHllti
MiC.JiW.
M. PrtTi.P
CORNER "
PtEHIjlUUlj litnci ud Eltttlli ItRtt,
(Our Mokl. k BUukkti'l .!
8EC0JD HOOK, f
PUem.
uao tubiko abd Binia.
(frflfl
W w?L"5M.-i PIAWO BTORI.
He. 40TBlaaiktrMilwaataUa,halwaFaBa:
arlvaaU araaa aad afreet, atill sitae apealel
'i;JMvttftM?fert.ifT'.r:aN..iw
aaJ. Flaaoi tot aati. Mat or exaeaaia, paakad ;
aad matad.
SOL.X3 AGENCY
roa
BXTHHAU & SOB'S
AI TIB
CHEAT UNIOIV CO.'SCELEDBA
TED riAHOS.
Warereamai Me. 401 IleTeatk streak t teen
aeath ef I itrett, (waat aide. 1
ADAH GEin,
fete Aeaat for Dlalrtat ef CalamHa.
TJS1TKD STATU MAIL.
MiRTLAHD.
rASTWaiT, I
Calraat Otli
iiBiaaToa. itiir:
ft tal Dapartaaal aatll a e'lloak p .aa., af Afartk
uuu ! - .--- .1111.1
f.w.
i Jali
vr "j. ".i ---ii
3K
roaiaia utiwa
ale ef eapartaraa
.Arriwola karala aDaelfladi
T.1it
Ml Fran VarrrtaaaaTllla te
amuaa .villa to Haa
oik Bay D1U. I
mtlaa aad back, eaaa a weak t
Leave FarryBtaaavlUaSat
ArtlVa al Biota Bay U 111 b
taae Booth Bar UlirBalai
i... . .'vn..aavlllA I
ataaavlUaSatardar atll mi
aripaai
rar a
P rapoaaUfor nwrafraaaaarlea
9m Trom Salat taoaarda, hr Llaby 'aBi
t Mil Graekf e.e. J, 10 m taasid
iBTiiaa.
iioreta. o )
taca,oaee
Laava baiat Laoaarli flalerday at I p m
artif e al atlU Craak hr 4 p m.
Lmta UlllCraak aatardav all a
Zrrlteat Ratal Laoaarea by 11 b
3083 from Waal BWar t Bbaphard'a Iters, S mUi
aad kaak. oaea a weak.
La. a WaatBtvarHalerdaTatdp mi
Arrt'aalSaapnard'aStarakySp mt
Leava BkapkartOa Stara Balara'ay at S JOp mi
Arrt-aatWaalBl-arhrSJOpm,
PropotaU far more aaal aarf ioe UtIUA.
SOU FrouHawharihteTeB.klBi.tB. o.J S mllia
aa4 back, eaaa a waak. t a
Laava V awherik lateNar at It a mi
taataTaMklaa SAtarSay att B m
Arrive al Mewbarab br 10 a
apOS yrom Pktlopolta. Jbr BaUaJt. Bailer, afoaat
IIOPQI
i.lKa
biimiivi" y ,
aad Treatoa, la Up
parao.
rao. ii aauaa . .
a fkUeptilU Wadaaaday
iwihiwhii
Ijeave r
aaa aaiaraay at
ArrtvaatUppereibylpmi .... ,
tiava Vpperte Walataday i Batarjiy al
. ipmi .. ..
BBo
Arriraairaiiopoiiaarapai.
pTOpoeaU tattled, for thrte-tlma-aweek ear.
90f Iromi;aaravllla.hTHlhartof.(a.o. K Je
raaalam aUUa.lt mUaa aaJ bail, oaee a
Ui va laeravllla Slst4er al I a m
ArrttealSariaalaiBHlllabrllBii
LaaVa JerBaalam atllTa Salarday al 1 p mi
ArriTatLravlUabyApn. ,
UCI Prom Waal Stiver te CaaeaaUr, (Sa41eyp e.i)
S mllaa aad baek.twtea a week.
Leave Weal aivarwadaaeday aad eAtarday
arrive AtVadleybT dp t , . , ,
Leave ladley wedaeaday aad Saturday at 1
AiR?e'at Waal Elver by pm
XXSSfremrredertak.br htoaal Pleaaaat. Llber
tylewa "al Jattnil"a. te Uatoa Bridie,
U mllaa aad baek. ala llaiea a week.
Leave rradarlak dally, except Saaday, at 1
trrtvaal Ualaa Bridie by )1 mi
eava Daloa Bridie dally, eaeapt laaday, at
Amfaalrrederlekbylpm.
S SB Vreuhtldialy, br Deatoa. te Barra villa. IS
Mllaa aad back, alx ilmaa a weak to Daa
toa, aad three tfmea a weak the realdaa
Leave Bldialy dally, aioept Haaday, at 10
Arrive at Deatoa by It 30 a m
Leave Deatoa dally, exeepl eaaJay, al I a m
rrtvaalBtdialybf)amt
LaveDealoBTBeeday,Thmraay aad Baler
Arrmat BarJe'vUIaby Sp mi
Leave Berrevtlle Tauday, Thereday aad
BalerdaralSami
S070 from radoralabare to HnlthvUle, SV mllaa
BBdbBakeea weak, by a achedate to be
il.r.alar la tl
Propoaala laritod for mora freqaeitMrvlce.
av iua.iaar a awttaittt.
a.VI Vmm (1 roe at, har A
ead'baak.oBeeaweak
V .1 Hiniv7.VUII.ll VHkli
hw aackaTlala la ha
latfafaetory te tkepoatmaateial wbltelayo.
Pruaoaala lavllad tot mora fraeaeal aervlea
Vor foreaa of proposal. isaraaUe aad oarUScaie,
aae auo lor iaiatuvvMi . w
embraced U the eoaitaat. Be , eea adrerilae
meat of Octdbei II, I be 7. Jaaeary ,.&, aad of
thla date.lavltlaf sripoaaia fj mall a rrice la
Marylaad, At., to be loaad al ha prUelpel poet
BUaehoaldbeaeBt laaeeled eafalopea, aaper
etlbed "Mall pro pot a le. Slate of Marylaad, ,r
na AHciAi, Airn commehcial.
WASamoToir, Jan. 9S, 18T8. Jay Oooks
aOo.futDlih the folio wt oe: en outlet, s el dor
eraaunt securities!
JttWn, StUlna
U. .', ISIl.... lll
r.TSTWB.llll61.
riTa-Twentlei. ltu.
riTe-TwsBtlsi. lftos litU
rire-Twsattei,Jan k. JulysS, IHVi ItiJ
rira-Tweatlei-IanSiJulc'iS. 114
rea-rortlee 11-H tU
W TOBK FIMT aOAHUi
U.B.S'S.lBSl lM B-30'
w'.,joajf,'er ht;
Wi,JoJr('os lilt
a-Wit !.... mi
t.so'e.ise.1 11SV? S-10'
ft-M'i.lSS4.........11&2 Tea.
MS'l.lIM WH Gold....... 120
r' f ...
IIWIOII HilllTi
Niw Tone, Jen. M I p. m. Cotton quiet
aod steady, tnlddllnr 84)j eeats. 6Uffr Hall
end UDthtngtd. Flour dell sod oomlaeL
Wbsat dull and notloAlaoB.loall7l.ieai
vlster $tQlM. Corn dull end oomtntlE
41061a ftort. OtU dull ami aominali UAil
eeats. Hf dull and nomlael. Pork dull aad
aoniesij eio7Kf7. uoia izih.
SLTlKOei M ABBBT.
BALTllfOBB, Jab. St. BrtUitmJt IW
Flour market Is quiet but steedy. W note
ealea to-dar of tome COO or TOO bble. Howard
dtreet al tl.7105 for Super aad IT for Family,
but no sulci of Wetura or Oltj Mills r
fiortcd. There li ioBielaaalrr for the Isttei
or Uio, but the itoik of Weitira Is held ito-t
rlly out of tbe market.
fVh44 OontlnuiiaUadvABdiirta The re-
silpti were light to-dtr. oaly S,oo0 huiht.li,
aod weBotaiftlei thli mornlBgaa follows. Tin
4,000 buiheli prime FiDoirlTala red si tils,
J.oeodo. fair to good Marrlaad do. allied
lM,aadeoo do. prime to. ebolee do. at II iq
Ora. White wai Orm again to-day but rel
low was hardly ai itrong oa reaterday. WS
oote lain as folio ra, tin 1,000 bushels white
at I1Q1 us, 1,000 do. atl 0B,l,6O0bjibela yellow
ettWffff seati, 8.M0 do. at filOWMata. aad
1,100 do. old do. at HOI 01.
r. noaamiOKuy tna market UDinaagea.
Oall. Salea to-da of amaa.OOQ hush la at
MQMeeBti.
wjr.-yrebiaref bo further trsnsaeuoas
id uonti. dbi ia markat n ateany aad arm
troli
tok here to-day la about S3 jOOO bare.
Cetreav The markii eootii
lautt nm
ina, sine-
etally for the bitter gralia ef Uotten, but
thir aetata to be more dlapoaltloa amoaa;
boldsra to meet buyers. Wehiarof ao aales
this morn la ft bat we quota Uplaad as followal
vlt AtUiaaU far good ordinary. UHQUM
eota for lew satddUog, and 103U eeats foj
mlddllac.
HoUntts-We note a sale yeaUrdsy ef 11
bhda. Porto Alec al 3 eeata, but there le atll
ao movimaol tn aew erop Oaba. i We quote
elarad Don leal a I iOQil seats, sad Manor ado
at itftjo eeata.
Mill Ftt4 UrowoitufT we quote at MOU
eeata for eltr, and Middlings at SSrjneeat
for light, aad so OU eeate per bailcl for hearyj
with a fair jobbtogdimaai. '
.Jriv.rtee.we Detleeaeoatlaaedgoodds-i
mend forBaeoo, aad prliaa aresa followa, Ttal
IS ets. far Shoulder, to eta. for rib sldit, aad
lHientaroralarrlbde, There fa aa laqatry
for Bulk Meat, but we aaee or ao rurthar aalaai
we quote aa before t SboulJirs at KQi
eeata, aod aides HOllU eeata, ror rib, aad liH
eeate for elear rib. Lard we bow quote at
ITH einte. Men Pork at 3aQt SO, aad Bump,
do. at 3S eoosB per bbl.
RUr. Wehearor do further ssles.but wi
eoatlBUe lo quote Oarollna as raoglar from
H to 1H eiota for fair to prime.
ii.-Ll?errool la la ralr supply, but dull i
follown t T0tl JOforOrouBd Alum, and St M
OIS-'O per iaak for Flee. Turks blend we
quote dull aod nominal at 40" eaata aloat
aad so eeata per bmhel for Iota from atore. '
fN?rf. There are no buyirsor Bugsri ea
eept of small lota for Immediate eonaumptlool
aad we hear of no ealn to-day, Tbe propoied
rednitlOB Of dutr haa a-raallr danaralltad
the mfttket, aad prloaa BOJileal as followsi Tot
rair taeood rafloioc lourjieH leBtaigreeery
OubalOAfOlli.Dli( Uuba(5titrtfuxftUtyill
it ill do. Porto RIoo lWaiM eeeta, aal
DeneraravaaaumtiaD 13(MV f -r 1
aiarowHweSSeroretTli!nard
wnwnw at uoiim linn, bbq DOII ao. at IIW
UMals.forAwbUet ltailUeta.rorBf liU
li eeata far Extra U.eod lliOH,i eeats I
SfntptMfn quote ss follows, yltt Oalreri
at S0al Baltimore Uoldco at UQU eta j
Marylaad do. BSQeT eti MoBumaotal eefltrf
tit Uhnapeake 4fjw atf.i OaatoaQel
idea
www i. bbu ninainii- aiijts sis,
P?
gauoa.
SrcdfB-tlloraranBtlnaaaaaMva. aalaa frulx
reaihler naarlv ro huahla. i uni u th,
bulk at M per buihel. Mo sslea of Timothy
v. - aoij. ltvrilUi
WkUkf Market quiet and rather hesry,
only so bbls. Weatera reported, wood hoops, at
HAH ml ED.
LUTi-uuiflWtLU-U Hreoklya, V. T., oa
adarTtalar. Jaaeary St. at the rea1daBef
Joa a A Leu. orthiaelir, eaeI.tLi.ti F. yraae
at aauthtir at file bard 11. Oerawall. aaa.
BRUMAH-WIITTX.-OB the 10th laiUat.at lki
mi.. oi ta T. V. U. BBNgri'll'l BBV'
w ivifa aaa .vaa it, niui,
n uiii,wi.
lLLIOTW!nill -i Mil, k. tl. v..
-u.i7. a ."r."-' r"''.m7.mw
Sale7. aaaa.eaiktra.lUai 0. Caaai, of Watb
laa-loB.
DIJBAK-UARTI1I -Oa the SMh laataat. ai
tha Wail7haplpiraia(a,ty iba Bar B Pay.
laaBrawa JoavL Paaiaaaal atlaa lAtus A.
mi void vi taiaauj.
nAHDT-SPIIDI3.-it Aletaadria.TIritaU,
JaaaarySO.br the Kav. 0. U. Bylaad. Ike Bay.
HbvbtJ Baapv, aid MiBiiaa, aaooal 4Bh.
Ur artba laie PaymaaUr Wm. Bpaldea, Ualiad
TOI.AOH IVBTIIBPf II IMA kama .L .
plaee, B. Lawa.BOaToLMi.ef Alataadrta, Va.
aad Ada Boaaai, reaacaat daafbtarof tbelai
PayauaUr Wa, Speldea. Dalle SUtee aayy.
DIED.
.BltU-Ia thla ally, al tha realdeaeo ef Hi
JohaU Brooke, ftTT iifktaaalhalraat.Mra Mas
V Bett. laUof MS Broome atreet Hew ferk.
Har faaaral will tka tttaaai rr an ( lattm nTi
lav ebercb. Coaaactleel aveaae ea landay aftar
al t Ak'llaik. Jl.ur. an. VrlaaJa .1 Ik.
laiauvaraiaviwa m b prtMt), laew leraaaa
ILITlMniR-A.rrltiT. tha aak l..t . fll
Csabliba. ALBXASPse, la the avu year of ala
.7i -... t
deace So, 103 D eireat. betwaaa Teatk aad
ma laaarai win taia iaet rram at latarui.
larealk alraa, Soitk WataJsiioa, al S e'elerk.
p m i , lo which ike frlcade aal ralailvaa er ihe
taaiiir araiBViiea,
Taefaaeral vtllUtmliM rmnll. W.iMoutll.
taaebarab. atSu'olefkp. m. tseadar.lat wklek
uau piece .ae iriaaaa era reapeaumuy lavitaa
PROCTOB. Dladaadlaal mt aa.rm.lvri
TOSU-DUdiadlaalT ar p
aarae atT eTtaak. Ibai
iojjob. widow of Ualate J
tllLli (JtTli.
lor. aaaA tl .r
raaarU wTtaktpteefrom tha realdaa ae other
eea-lB Uw, Wm Bf aeel, l) BleTeatk a treat,
betwaaa II aad Patraeta.tklaaruraxB at le'clock.
to which the relatlvea aad frit ale are lavftad to
Undertaken-
B1CU11D y. 1UMKI. lL0.fZOi.MlHE
HARVEV&MARR,
UNDERTAKERS.
HC" FBTRKKT,
Uotwoon Mlntb and Tontli,
i.u-ir
pRopoiiLi ro mi.
Orrio Citir C.im.it er ...iiitiici, I
fir. Loru, 1
HUM rropoMi
.1 rort L.T.BW9tth.
" wioisdit, Ti.iniET l. ura,
KIT Bill T10H TBI SLOCK.
POBT LIAVSlTfORTB, KAKIU, AHD TOIT
BILBT, KABIAS.
Boer le beef lood. wbeleeome. marketable qaal
tly. with eqaajportloaa of fore aad klad qaariera.
(aacka.ahaaha.Aadktdaey.talUwUkoaxaladad )
The eeeka of Ike cattle ehait be eat of at tbe fo-rth
vertebral Jotal aad tke araaal trlatmad dewa, Tka
ahaakaof lie fore eaartara ahaJl be aal ef from
three to roar laeaee above tka kaee jolat. aadoX
klad eairtera from alx le alfhl laehae above the
Blddere are waraaitomake their bide Bethel
Iber aaae lard to faralahaa good aa article ee Ike
narkvl alirda, for aoihlaa leaa will be received
1 heeoBtraator will be ate. aired to faralk,welah,
aad laaaatke beefea the order of Ue foet Com
Propoaala wilt alae be raealved fa eeaaactloa
With the above for aapplylajr tha oBleere aad Ihelr
latntllea wlik freak aaaaL Tea ooaireelor will be
raq aired u faratak eke lee cala
Bidder aboaldeUu pr.ee per poaad a at.
BepraU blda akoela be made lor each poat, aad
ahoald be laeloced la aa oavelepe ladoraed 'Pro-
Eaala for beef al - 'aad addraeaedte Brevet
IcnteBBBl Coloaal 0. B. Peareee, 0. H , Port
bcaveawoiis au.u. ae wm imraiaa Biaax
propoaaia
epoa apBUoaUea.
Bratet
I Brlftdter Qeaaral aad Coat, kab,.
j.tl 0t
Pepartmeat ef tka sflaaoerl.
leoei
Ifaafe
8DPPLI1I,
Orriff Chip QQiarapaiaraa,
VI
t. uitii, mo., na, a. jom,
faaled PfopoaaU wilt be received at lata
audat tbe oSleapttke Depot (laa Hern eater at
(.eavaawprui. (kaaaaa. earn u e
orlSi Ut
im imuaaada Bra1
PORTltlLBT, KANSAS.
1 0,w pooaea
ida Shelled Cera, lift) 00 poaada
Oala,
TJ.OK)lH
POBf UAKKBB. KANSAS. .
4J,(X0 pooaiaBl-llaOy Bil 0C3paidi Oata.
i.2wa??.w.t-vw-Ta.ww-sf?tP.tf-
VlAUKaTPOl
"St.-nVitt." .""" " ai.B,
;;.
t WALLelB.KAHIAS.
leaiMiaadakkalfed tijra.dv.000 poaada Oate, 1A
An.iiiiili Uni.
Tbe delivery at Porta Lea vea worth, BlUy aad
Barkar to comneaee wlihla lea. (10.) at ether
poatewlthletwelyeUllaavk Iron award of eoa
iraal, aad be eo aria aad at lha rale er al leaat oa
elxth (1-S) of the eallre eaaatlty eoatraoteA for
Blddeia wtU state Ihelr prleea per oae ha aired
Propoaala will I be raoelved for say portlea ef the
vyy ""i !"
uuamo! do
l Anllllala
emade laparately for each poat aad
Ko prop -aai will be eaUrialaad onleae tha party
taaklaf ikeaaaaalc nreceatai Ike opaa'ax of Ike
bid, or ra.irsBwn.aej w,j ,, aieaior anoraey, ur te
Tbeniareia4,il
atlhla oAaa, will
511) be tmpjacd apoa bid J ara aae
klaak furmaeX Biomiaala will ha
Hi aaihorllr ef tka Daoar
i. n icahti
.13411 Dn'l Q.N, (i . C. t) If.
tope, aaa we still quote as before, Tlsr Aiaaf
.oaiiseaU,rold.lBboBd,forralrioprlmeeert
oia aad duty paid, at 14W01S eeate for imli
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aUataace by the Baa asd Darlea roatea. aad ala
tlctlu ef lha trade ef Braeee. lailaad, aad tha
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aateat auBrpelata ef lateral I whleh yea add le
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i ran aaa eompiei aaaonneaivi
lata
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old etoak Bear la mind tker aclther mark xooda
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prleea. Beeplaf eaeef kelarataiMki er Boc
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teaUra aad Oealra. Hew Tork,
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lit. rVata BklllHinr ia nflnilTIB h1
rfjTSBUXa wltfToalokaaie
raaaeae-eTe eytate real rrem nalUmera kava
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roau oaa be prnearod at the
eaiea. eoi
raer of Blxlk atraal aa
BB4
aveaae, uadar Batloaal neul. where rallal
lOMUIII. Will niHHIl Kl Ul
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eeaeaf ereprecertaf llekau al Ikli
Paaaaaf araproaariac llekau aljkli ellre aaa aa
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aava dally (a leap Saaday) al ioOa. at., 11. 49
aad 0.00 a.m.
ntOR PHILADILPBIA.
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""' OH.tn.01T.
Leave for If ew Tork at SO) p.m. aad Pklladal
pklaatS 40 p m.
aieeplac eara far Kew Terk ea ff 00 p. m. trats
jrfraafh lleiete le PhtladelpWla. Haw, York or
BMiea, aaa aa aaaiaa wtnuaitiiiuMiii
aaBaillaiaTaaaSOkleBBHroaAadvartlaemeat
tar aii miwhi raBjiwBj Baltimore
Aaaepelle aad Ike WmI f, h. uriLeuR,
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Steamboit Llnet.
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j- lunn,
IBkflB Lin Or KAIL ITIAIflXI lAlLIBv
PEOst SM TOBK
sviar
SATDEBAT aad aJtexaaU TDIIDAtl.
B-fta. Ttckete aold te ail from Bailatd.
frTrffTrSlrelaadaad the Coatlaeat. Per fall la-
.maWavaBBiiormauea apply ie ..
JOUhT O. DALB.
Aieat, laBroadwaj, Br.T.(or
HIDDLITPB A? CO.,
Jall-tf Baakera, WaahlaytcB.
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Iniurmnco.
1 CONTENTED MIND IS BOMK
(Atrij you cannot Aarf t yot arc tht
owner of property that ii not insured.
Th danger y Fir at At tetuon of tht
year it great. If you would get rid qf
the nervous ami uneaty feeling you havt
when you hear the Fire Alarm sounded,
go to the Ojflee of A. & PRA TT t E0tft
A'o. 3 Kcuna Afra'f Christian Attodar
Hon Building, comer Vnfi and J)
ttrtct, swtd inturt in thnr geod, prompt'
paying Ctmpantes, A UOMM of Aew
rort, tht JnENIX of Hartford, tht
YONKBK8 and NEW YORK, and
tXtFlREHEWScNe Tor. Don't
delay. Do it NO TT. de8-tf
Kealctl.
T)U. PAITOU,
DTNAMIO FltYSXOZATf,
Cerea BQEUMATISat WITflOPT mIDICIBI.
DB. VAMTOU, DTHAUIO PnTSIOIAN,
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DB, JABTOn. DTBAhtlQ PBTIlCIAlt,
Caree ffarroaeProatratloaud tpecerwuallty er
Power,
W1TBOUT MB
mm
SICtKB.
SB. TABTOU. DTHAB10 FBTIICUhT,
Dares retatie Weak a aae Bad all Varvoaa Cam
plalau, VllTiiODf itADfomi.
Br. VAVTOO 'ewiea Btammertar.
r. PABTOll earee Deaf aaa a. Bitadaeei,eU.
Orries 4r Rbiibsbcii X300 O atreet.
Batwe'eTblrtecBtk aad Jearteeatk aUeela.
CHILDRXH. alike Qalaakla Haanlial
of TweiljoBfikeWaetaajd Peaaaylvaala aveaae.
Opob dally, Saaday excepted. trm 11 te 1 p. aa.
Hedlelaei aed advice treeef ebarceU the peer
i aria U tha
NULNQi
fUI DlVAAnt) At 1 . 41
kfaadav
Wedasaday.i
Tkaraday...
..u...Dr.
.brJT, 1, Ai
!ak?o7r
" .... t.ivr. v v, rreai
reatlae.
Dr. Thoiapaoa will kold a aariltal Cllaloae
very SatarJay att Wy.in arW-tf
Builders and l-UtsrlsX
i..m.Zd.t.-?Alll-
PATIST CollCRSTI PATBBTBBT
iBaayeftbe vfardaof tkU ally Sidewalk, Garb
aad Matter, ail ooaiplete for oae tklrd leae price
per llaeai fool Ibaa tka eorporellea prtae, aad
laaraiveeall work for Ike tern ef tea years. Par
neat la three maalka after tke work la aopipleted,
laataad of balai paldbefere tka work la aem
tteaced. TU&BHTOB ShtlTU.
Ottee, eoraer Blatk aad D elreeta,
aepl'tf Chriatlaa aaseeiailei Balldlaf.
ROOFING!
J. r. ROXaaVNt
ImpreTed Tire aad Water-Proof Pelt Com poallloa
aa uraTBi avovicr raaacnac waua oi aoi
, reads naa vet
aaaa. Ae. Bl
a allows pa to
'erfeanaaaalp.a
Mi In
pervieaa ie aai
IfBleea yeare of
A1I11IHI I.B.
lUilaa to Bll all enter, troa.ntla-. Wark warraaUA
p. aac leereeeeara
t
lor IS yaara, aad al oaly a boat eae half lha seat ef
1 a rear a pi
aloaJy
Palt for a ale at my ealae. Be. BBS O atreel. be
IwecaSlxtkaaiScveBlkatreelB, aad SOUfl etraet,
betwoea Poartk aad fifth streets. eat
Fawn Brokers.
4U AUTIloIlITT. flU
BURNSTINE'8
LOA.IV OFFICE,
lta. i75Thlrtewtt Sdref third door
aonttt of i'emm. Aveaieie.
MOKBT LOAIfBDoa"tliaa sail eoalomareoa
Baal KaUU. Oold aad Silver Walesaa. Planoada.
Jewelry. Silver Plate. Plaaoi, f eraliara. Ladlya'
aad UeatlamcasWearlsi Arparel of alldeaerlp-
Financial.
B. BBTAB.Prte.
J. A. KUTP, Trees.
Wathinpton City Barings BadJt,
Corner r SevcBlb street aad Loalalapa avtaef ,
V PAYilKTIRBST OR DEPOSITS
Opob dally freta S SU a, m to I p. tu,, aad ea
ATUBDAYBVSRIRa,freme.SOUT(aUp. m
JAY COOKE & CO.
Bay aid ealt a aarreai aiarkal rates,
QOVKItNMENT SECURITIES, GOLD.
AND 8ILVEB.
Odere for Stocks aad Boa da promptly eiecsttd
, . , laterasl Rereaae Stamps far a lab 4,
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BIW TOBK ALBXABBBVa. W ASUlMUTO!!.
aad OBOBUITUWa. aa felwwei Leave fcW
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Medical
33233 33X3"CL.'i3
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FRENCH
REMEDT
.VIAPHSffi,
THE JUICES OF HERBS,
Roots and Derries.
CONSUMPTION,?
ABQ lta Atltnoan. vcmria n
LIVER. "STOMACH,
?HDMS AND URINAR1
it rcainu AXDUfAicnu
:THE BLOOD,'
Biliary. Glandular,
" .tit
LSEORETIVE SYSTEnfS
Cerreete aad Kefaluhie
Tho NERVOUS
AND
i MUECPLAR F0H0E3.
Fiai i S Cohere Plate, SI Cedar al ,
I phlai HI rraakl'" at., BaMr-orei I
wm aaa aim ( -aaa tiii.i " .i.- ,
t Bftoai It) Klai atreel ilvxaa,
fIMPEUIVLCOTTLi:Cl-0 RT
iivjuica, 3 iw nut t uy Ri.urus
rrLaU. and aentti anv one, on ra
' eolptofprka t'oprrtflil" '
Sail iiHrti are auda af relief afetd4 j thla
"pVr..fT.rVaUlBCer ftO..M fVJr.J,Je
aurremi.eee
roilb Ckarlee
la.TOOSaraloi
QBTatraeta. a
WaalBttoe. b. C. Alata-drla.Va,. aad itheear
taiae aoaairy, bbcw oi " - -
rope fee Contempt
WaaiiaoToB.b '
WaaioTo.D C ,Aof 10,13(9
Por aevaral year I bad beaeab(et toaeoatk
aad BpmiBC blo4 Oae year ace UatwIaUr 1
took a heavy cold, which aetlled ea my leaf a. 1
bad a bad befaerrhaee I acad maay reukmlX
tarea. bel foaad ao rallet I waa very alak all
weaia
ih waa
rerMt rranakortaeaaor hreatki I
eoarkadlaecaaailyi eosTd Beialeepi hadBoap
U.balfoead ae relief aatll ltrtel lie Hlee'aWea.
i irioa vjrvrj.oiiaa vmw ,,TT .
HMia late ravaa j a '
Baafriaadaaad haadredBOf ae
qaataUaaea la Waikiaitea. wao aaaw aij cap
7 a L...I... . mA kj..iaii. Jiiln. ara ear.
prlaedto aaotaeaitaadlBi to mr haeaekeld afftlre
aad abeal the ally, aptareatlr "'l.V. VV
people iMorallT 1 haveracenaieadedlt le eev.
eraTaSUMeA pereoaa dartag tka yaar.whe have
boeabeaettMS by liaaao. ....
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WlflBIPBTOP.U V .Pt.U.t' ,
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rerAll Threat and . CaaapUla.ta,
Plewrlep, Aatbtna, tUptbaHa., Dron-
tUtle,Oata.n-b, atwadea. olala,
d Iainmitlm ef
tna tHamga.
deed-tf
IfALTIMOEB LOOK HOSPITAL.
llTABUSBlDASABBfDOlTBQAtOPACBJtBT
THIOBLTrLACB WHBK1 A CUfiB
vtiaii
paeJy aad oaly ef eetaal remedy Jb tke waild for
Teakaeeeor ike Baak ar Lin be, irleteree, Afce
ae?e aaa oiaaaar, i BTeiaaiBir "
f""V.
Itaerdere artalaf from tha Solitary Bablleef Teatk
-thoeeeaoaayaaeaeuiaivpraciieea wioiciaw o
UelrvUUaialkaa tke eoaaofSrraaa talk MBrtaera
at rjlyaaea.bltBkllaetkalrmaatbrtUtaat kopec er
aaUalpatUaA.ieaarlBB.narrUia,ha..tB.toaalbla
eapoUlIy,wkehavakeomelke -la '!
tary Vlea. that dretifel aad deelracttvo baill.
ffhiahaaBaallyaweepeteaBBBtlBielTerBvethoB.
aeas af reaae mea af tke moal exalted lalaaia aad
viltAa;Ute.Teel,wke mlahl aikerwlaa kavace
rVaJ-dUUaa'ae.riaaaUe wllk ihelkaadere ef elo
.YeaWaTwUatri r '' S '" "
call wllk? ait aoil Aaea
aai, aad eealdaatlv rely apoakte aktU aa a phy
cieiaa,
ORflABIQ WXAKBBRI ,
edlaUly Cared aai Pall Vlaor Beatored,
Tkla Ur
.luHKlmi ktarvlaaa I
liei uieeaa waira itivvn tiia
i waica re
npoeaikle te
f laipraper i
itoeoaiBalt ei
paid by tke vletlaie eflaiprepar ladalteaaa
ieaieieIC iaa neaaiiv
f eaaa pereoaa aratooapttoeoatBalt exeeaecc from
ab.h f laa Iraaral aa a aau aaa (
iByaaaae. Mow. wholkalaadaralaadal
MlwUlpretaBdiodoaytbatlbepowerofi
ioala loal eooaerhy these lltalate li
ae. Mow. Wholkalaadaralaadalfce aab
Vwaerby teoee alllae late Improper
y Ihevradeat Bealdeabelaf ocprtee
proerea
Itta
aabtiatkaa k
laaslaa.araBaf baalthv aBinilaa Ina tnoal eerloBB
aaddeatracttva cynpume tokota body aad ant ad
ertae The ayaUai kaeoa.ee donated, the Pkyelcal
aepleaaaraa or healthy oaipnat the poet eenoae
!!'
satairaaeuoaewBaaeaaa, lhoi rroeraa.
!. IU. .fu. II...1. laAlvaallaa.
er. aervoae irn.aa.nir. aivapvpaia. rn.
Krfii..a.a Waatlaa af the TiaBie. Caaxks. Coa.
tl oaa
'dFfeaVsOlTTB PBIPIRICK BTBIIT.
lafi.kaVdalj "' ff01" Baltimore street, a fea
aeenfremUeeetC'' WM " U "" "U9
"if IRltlUrs reeelvee JV&rSatJ' irXtl.
writlBiakoaldatateafa, eaTea ferueaei aa.
vrtlaeBMBldeoerlblBB' eyrapaoBia.
hfembar of the Royil Coliei e of barraoai. Lea.,
rradaaurroiaoaeof the moal eailaaaiColleeea te
fa Ualtad Btatee. aad tha areata r parte wkcle
life kae bee a apcal la the Boapltala er Loadoa.
Parle, Pfclladelphla, ead alsewliere, kae efeetee
eocieof Ihe noeleetoelahla scarce that were ovei
kaewat maay troakled with rlaflai 1b tbe head
alarmed etaaddsBaoaadei baahfelaeaa, wlik fra.
4BatoiBuiiBctaiBBa aunifUBiea wua aseraafc.
eflka Back ead Lias be. Pal aal a tbe hea , blrn
aeea of Klf hi, Loee of aUaroJer Power, PalpilelloB
tf Ihe Beer!, Dyapepala, Hervona trrtUbUUy, Do.
raa tamea I of tha Directive react toes, Ueaeral Do.
BtaBViLLl, Thafearfal efocteoBthe miad are
ivchlo be dreaded Loee af MajBory, Coafaaloa
F liaaa. Daavaaataa af Bnlrlta. kail FAMtvoJIa.
tveraloa to loetoty, Setf-dlBtrval, Love of Sll
Tla.ldlty.Aa
MitiiiiiBar
Tkoaaaaieer paraoae of all aaaa aaa aewjadia
WBaltalkeeaaaeof tkelrdecllalae haalih, loala a
.ara .biub oi tuaariia proa aaaa
Ikala vIh. kaaAtnlaa weak. Bala, aarani
ea.aalated. kavlae aataialarappearaBsaakoBtth
eyeB,oBia,aaeayBipioBisia)aaampHaB
wkokkyalaJaradtheBuelvee by aeertala ptbcBbc
ladelxedla wheaaloae ahabltfraaaeatiyiearped
rroaievlIoompaaleBa. or at achool, the cStcta of
wklek are alchtly fall, eveawkea aaleep. and If
eel eared read are marrlaee Ivnpoaelkle. aad de
jtroyakotk galad aad hody-hoald applylaime-
Whaiapltylhai ayoapf aaaa. Ihe hope of hie
eea a try, the pride of kie pa raa la, ekoeld be
Batched from all proapetla aad ealoy meata of Ufa.
y iheeosaeeaeafa oldevlatlae from tha path ol
eaters aed ladaltaa la a eertala astral hahll.
aakparioaaBBetibcinraaoBUBpUtln
ralaatthala aaeadmlad aad body are the moat ae
riaaaryroealaliea to promote eoaaablal bapplaeee.
Bleed, wlikoat theae, Ihe Joaraey throaah Ufa
hecoB.ee a weary pllerlmage iihe proapeel hoarlr
tarkeas te the view i the mtad beeomce abadewe.
with deapalr, aad Slledwllh Ike melaachely ra
le t Id a thai the happlaeaa ef aaoiber baeamet
Wihlea with their ew.n
Whea tEc.ialaralieV aad lasprmdeat votary
ilary a
ef IbTa
laaltl-
pleaaara aaaa ae aae iniMDea iae aeeea ot i
aalafal dlaeeae. It toe OlUa karoeaa tkal aal
lined aeaeo of ahame, or dread of dUcoveri, dal-ia
kin iron app.ylBcto those who. from edonalloa
aaa reapeoMoitiiy, nm aioae Dcirieaa an
laiiaisioiaeaaaaeoi liaoreaiaBe
tcadara, wke, taeapablaef aarlax,
hy tkeaae of that deadly polaoa. aforcary. oaaUn
tka aoaatllatloaal avvBDloma of thla lerrtbla ii
ease, aaahaa ASeolloa of tho Head, Throat, Re.
JklB,a.,proireealae:wllk frlihiM raptJliy till
eatk pale a period te htadreadfaj aaSrlai by
. period 1
lo tkat
a ao trave
DRliklSl
Ikoaaaad
I by
freai
a kloa lo that aavli
aim ie laat Baoieeoverea eoaau
w..-"."--.--.""i-J-iir. UBBI
k...hA.v.. ait iMt.l.i ratarai
eoarae Boiravcierraiaraa
KHDDftBikltMT Of Till
B:K.M.'..!.i'.i,Ar.V..iii.u.,
TtkTathaJa
the laal elf biaca rear. aal
SarstcalOperattaaB pen
trrurmcc er
aiiliMr. Harylaad.
,i t uHLlft k
u. ..aka TimDll
mn.qvn aaa a
t. I...r .).....
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ia Tux at TiiU
Vlir,
u
eea tit. i aae nii ivou.in " ""
alar. A ladr rrteal ladoeed mo to try a WUIe
arDaBtae'eTlafafa) la a few day 1 waaaailraly
eared. 1 have hai ae relBM at tby tka;BaJaM-
AaaUualCUy Barveyof.
aargea, tntpoieaer. ueacraj ucDinir, nii'
aaaa, Drapapala. Xaacaor. Low SpUlla. Jb
raeleaof ldeaa, PalplUijoaof the Heart. Tlmldltv.
TremUjacB j)p.aeae of Slfkler Olddla-M,i tola
. . TAKE PARTICULAR HOTICB.'
f'r.4.aareeeesaiiiBoeowBohavelaleradthem
eebrlB.properlBdalccaeeeeBdeoMterykeMtf.
arkleh rala both kodv aad anted. aaAttlaf Ihem for
lherbaalaaaa,BlBdy.aealeiy armarrlace.
TheaeeroBOMeof the aad aad melaaeholy efeeia
aeaiaiBipre
aica siaprra
aiair iiaiwtii, aeep bib iriBiaa nHl inn
moaib.ef aa loaf aa thaaaiaUeat fee aaa be ob
talaed, aad ta deapalr leave hlu wlib relaxd
isallh toelihover bliialllBf dliaLpolatmaetiur
Dr JohBsioB,
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