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Evening Star (Newspaper) - October 27, 1854, Washington, Washington-DCEvening Star. Washington City / biday afternoon october 27 qz7tkt Large circulation of the Stab makes it the most desirable advertising medium in the District. It has More readers in the cities of Washington Georgetown end Alexandria than All tit other Wash to ton dailies combined. Of persons wanting the evening Star in Baltimore can procure it Early every after Boon at Henry Taylor s newspaper depot u8u Iron spout of Tiia Moth Lii of kist. The intelligencer quotes senator Shields to prove that the friends of the Nebraska Bill at the West contend not Only that it is right in principle but that its operation will militate against rather than in favor of the Extension of slavery. The Union joins Issue with the Charleston Mercury upon the question of the propriety of the slave Trade and while using up that journal s arguments compliments the editor Lor the straightforward manliness with which lie meets the questions involved in their controversy. The same paper rebukes the men Doity of some of the new York City presses As manifested by their failure to acknowledge the injustice done or. Belmont by their false publications charging him with following the basking business at the Hague. The Organ also contains an article from the Philadelphia episcopal recorder refuting the Roorback against the Kev. Clement m. Butler late of this City retailed by the editor of the new York his pretended account of the last hours of or. Calhoun. In this connection we hate to add merely that for those who know this or. Scovill no such Contra diction of his slander was necessary. The Sentinel cautions the South against falling into the know nothing ranks. Henry a. Wise. This gentleman who is now in Washington has caused to be published in the Richmond enquirer an elaborate letter from his pen on the subject of nothing ism in which he reviews the whole of our Publio National his tory As bearing upon religious Equality under the government of the United states and upon the naturalization question. This paper which nearly fills a whole Page of the enquirer is the Ablest document we have Ever read from Ander his hand which is saying Tiuch for it indeed. He is utterly and uncompromisingly opposed to secret combinations to connect re Ligion with politics in this country and argues with great Power and ability to show that they Are directly in opposition to All the principles of americanism the Constitution and the Law and that they Are More dangerous to the liberties of oar country than aught else Ever attempted in connection with american politics. Whether the Reader May agree or disagree with or. Wise All will fird in the paper in question a most interesting absorbing document full of learning sarcasm wit and Logio. It will probably be published and re published in All quarters of the country. So it will shortly be within the reach of every one and will doubtless be As extensively read As anything Ever written in the United states. The hew Steamer Louisiana. The Baltimore and Norfolk steam packet company of which Moore n. Falls is presi Dent have just built and tried a new steam ship for their Chesapeake Bay route. She has been named the 14 Louisiana and will be commanded by Captain George w. Russell Long commander in the Bay line and one of the most popular and skilful officers that Ever sailed out Baltimore. The new Steamer Mea sures Over 1,100 tons and is 275 feet Long 500 horse Power and s5 feet diameter of wheel. There Are 70 state room with the president s room bridal Chambers and other accommodations for 500 sleepers ten room with double bedsteads and Baths have been set apart specially for families. The painting is White and Gold. While she May be com mended As a floating Palace it is agreeable to remark what Hae been often said with truth that neither life nor limb has Ever been lost in Twenty years on this Safe prompt and plea Sant route on which the new ship is soon to take her place. It is said that on her trial trip Day before yesterday the new Steamer made is Miles per hour. New " a treatise on the Camp and March with which is connected the constr motion of Laid works and military Bridges with an v appendix of artillery ranges a. For the we of volunteers and militia in the United by Henry Grafton. Boston Betridge a co. Franck Taylor has sent us the above work. " eventide a series of tales and poems Bye Fie Grafton from the same publishers has also been sent us by Franck Taylor. " a letter to ministers of the Goepel of Al denominations on the subject of a Northern Man. Also from Frank Tay Lor. Naw f. Els has Laid upon oar table several handsomely printed an illustrated Pieree of new music among which we and the following pretty sons " who la have me where roses fair " Jeannie with the Light Brown hair evening song by j. B. Carpenter old memories " we also have from the same gentlemen " Al Cuemye the celebrated italian Contra Danz athe Shanghai polka and " the Black to of stub has been general complaint for some time As to the Quality of oysters produced this year and Many believe from their of edition that they Are subject to disease. The same impression prevails also in new York and within a few Days a number of very sudden deaths have occurred which Are directly attributed to eating oysters. The disease thus super induced very closely resembles cholera and utterly defies medical skill. Nova Mia the 7th of no vember new York new Jersey Illinois Michigan and Wisconsin Are to elect fifty four members of Congress. In new York Michigan state officers Are to be chosen Illinois a state treasurer and county officers and Legislatures in 41 the states except Illinois. The Massachusetts annual election election for eleven congressmen is to Bethe 13th. Shillington has sent us put Nam s Magarine for november. A Shine Ron we and gossip. A sweeping change of ten years past the abolitionists and free boilers have been making the Welkin ring with their shouts for the equal rights of Down trodden humanity. They have been preaching the immorality of the South for refusing to in franchise her negro slaves who according to the arguments of their ministers lecturers writers and stamp Slang hangers Are endowed with All the attributes of intellectual and moral manhood possessed by any class of the Whites on this Side of the Atlantic. If Ever men were committed irrevocably to any political axiom the abolitionists have been so committed to that of the Justice and entire propriety of at once " restoring the coloured race of the North american continent to the rights of perfect Equality social and political with the Whites which they insist Are wrong fully withheld from them. This doctrine has formed the very basis of All that the abolitionists have been contending for and to achieve which they have even recommended the slaves not Only to Elope but to Poison murder and Burn. Suddenly however we find them striving to become the very head and front of the new political anti Catholic and anti foreigner organization. In Maine every candidate of the know nothings elect , member of Congress or of the legislature is also a free one of them. So also in Ohio Indiana and Penn Sylvania nearly every one chosen in the re cent elections by the Aid of the know nothing votes Are vehement free boilers,.men who a few Short weeks ago were proclaiming that the negroes of the South should be enfranchised. They have suddenly discovered that their late cherished theory is All wrong. That All men in this country should not be endowed with All the privileges of citizenship. Certainly that the native born of the Catholic Faith and All the foreign born among us should be exceptions to the Rule otherwise to be so general to embrace under its blessings the three millions of ignorant slaves of the South Ern states. " it is a poor Rule which won t work both ways the old " saw says. In this Case they have manifestly Stul tidied themselves. If they were right four months ago they Are certainly very wrong now. Or if right in their favorite axiom at this time they have been most egregiously in error for ten years past. We rejoice Over the fact that they have so soon endeavoured to Rush to the front rank of the new political organization inasmuch As their act in so doing is a com plete answer to All their arguments in favor of Tho enfranchisement of ice negro on the ground not Only of his inherent right but of his fitness to of socially and politically the equal of the White in this country. Having joined in proclaiming that birth in Ireland or Germany or belief in the tenets of the Catholic Church if bom in the United states should be Good and sufficient cause for depriving their White fellow citizens of political Equality they cannot hereafter we Trust find credit with any class of those surrounding them for sincerity in urging the propriety of sending negroes to Congress and electing them to other offices. While on this subject we May not inappropriately add that the Rise and Progress of the new political organization to Combine re Ligion with Politika in this country shows that the vast expenditure of breath Money mendacity and capital on which abolitionism has , up to this hour made absolutely no impression on the popular mind of the North the principle for which the aforesaid new organization contends so successfully thus far being in Dir tet and Palpa ble opposition to to to of Tanii Slacer Fites. The government s obligations to tribe it will be recollected that in the treaties made during the last session of con Gress with the various tribes of Nebraska and Kansas indians clauses were introduced in tended to initiate the proposed new system of dealing with the aborigines which looks to their perpetuation and improvement As the grand aim of the government s future dealings with them rather than to getting them out of the Way of the schemes of the rapacious Whites pressing upon them at any Cost to their future which has really formed the sum and substance of the policy of the United states towards the tribes one and All up very nearly to this time though the aim of those having the chief authority Here has of course been very differ Erent. The clauses to which we refer not Only provide for the Sale of portions of their lands for their immediate Benefit As has been provided in Many previous Indian treaties but authorises the government to administer the funds thus created As in its judgment May seem Best for the future of its wards. In this latter feature lies the difference. Experience proves that when Money so obtained for the indians is payable directly to them or their assignees in hard Cash it almost invariably operates As a powerful lever for increasing their demoralization and hastening their extinction. In fact scenes always follow in paying Indian annuities in Cash such As those in sea ports have often witnessed after the paying off the Crew of a Man of War when three fourths of the men enter into a contest As it were to test which of them can soonest and Arnott viciously spend the hard earnings of his Long voyage. We make this comparison by Way of illustrating to the comprehension of All our Atlantis slope fellow citizens the Gross evils of the old system. Government in in sisting in the new treaties on being left free to judge How the Money coining to the indians shall be expended for their Benefit have Laid the foundation for the regeneration of the remain ing tribes if this Wise provision be As wisely administered As made. There s the rub however. If the government in any of its departments connected with Indian affairs shall Lack Energy of integrity of purpose in the administration of these new treaties the Promise the the Indian will be kept Only to the ear. Unfortunately for the purpose of those Here to Deal fairly with their charge of late years too Many of their civil and military employees in the far West become bitten by the mania for Specula Tion raging there so universally. Those who have succumbed to that mania should be i i charged or at least removed from their pres ent stations or the Wise precautions of the new treaties will be powerless for Good results. Be speculating Public officer can be relied on to protect the indians in their rights when the latter Home in conflict with schemes of profit by the invasion of those rights in which he is interested. We Are impelled to the duty of thus plainly calling the attention of those composing the government Here to the Neces sity of keeping their eyes wide open at this time by the rumours of the improper speculations of All sorts of people including govern ment officers which Are crowding thick an fast upon us. We know Well that it is the determination of the president and his constitutional advisers that those in their employment in All i departments of the govern ment shall leave of Floe with As clean hands As the had on entering the Publio service. This praiseworthy determination on their part however cannot be married ont without the exercise of great emphasis in the management of their thousands of employees on the fron tiers for which we apprehend there was never greater need than at the present moment. Indictments under the sub Treasury Law. We understand that three indictments under the penal clause of the sub Treasury Law Are pending in Ohio. One against j. H. Forsyth late collector at Maumee another against c. L. Russell late collector at Cleveland and the third against c. K. Smith late territorial Secretary of Minnesota. We have every reason to believe that the indictment of the last named or. Smith arose out of a misapprehension of some portion of the instructions of the Treasury department which certainly imagines that or. S. Will take an Early Opportunity to Settle his accounts with the the United states with out compelling the enforcement of the penal Laube of the sub Treasury Law in his Oare. The United slates Sloop of War John Navy department has information of the sailing of this ship from Boston. The following is a Oor Reot list of her officers commander e. B. Boutwell lieutenants b. F. Shattuck l. C. Sartori R. Lambert and a. C. Rhind acting master 0. C. Bad Ger surgeon t. M. Potter assistant sur Geon j. Page Hopkins Purser Henry Myers passed midshipmen t. R. Eggleston p. H. Baker John e. Johnston e. H. Oakley Jas. H. Willis and w. E. Fitzhugh Boatswain James Williams gunner we. 8. Hatch Carpenter Geo. W. Elliot Sailmaker we m. Mahoney. A new naval hear on the Avenue this morning that the authorities of the Navy department have awarded to Pease & Murphy of the Fulton Iron works new York City the contract for the machinery of the remaining steam frigate the Niagara to be built in new York their plans and bids proving most acceptable after the Long and careful invest gation which the Board of naval engineers convened Fer the purpose have Given to the subject. An Indian agent appointed Abraham g. Mayers of Arkansas has been appointed agent for the indians in new Mexico to fill a vacancy which has foursome time existed there. The current operations of the Treasury yesterday the 20th of oct., there were of Treasury warrants entered on the books of the department. For the redemption of Stock � $471 75 for the payment of Treasury debts 97,406 05 ror the customs. 4 737 a covered into the Treasury from customs 404 50 covered into the Treasury Frein miscellaneous sources 74 15 for the War department 85,943 68for re paying for the War depart 1 528 40 for the Navy department 148,615 62 for re paying in the n avy 93 Sqq of the Interior department. 8,268 41 Greeley answered. In commenting upon our news item about the Cost of the reclamation of the fugitive Burns the Tribune says i t7entj-�ven thousand dollars is the declared Cost of catching and ending into slavery of the negro Burns. Fifteen thousand of the sum was paid from the United state Treasury yesterday morning. Hail Columbia Happy land in response to which the express says " what that Hail i for unless it be that the nullifies of the Federal contract to sur Render fugitive slaves Cost the Federal trea sury so much Money we cannot see. Hail Down the Constitution Hail Down the bar gain,.the plighted Faith of the Adames the Hermans the Franklins of the North As Well. 1thew?ahl5gton8 and Madison of the South. Woll Hail doubtful Quarter eagles which almost defy detection Are in circulation in new York. They Are said the be made from a genuine new Orleans mint die stolen some years since and bears the of under the talons of the Eagle. Professor Torry assayer at new York has Analysed the Coin and finds that it is made of a casing of pure Gold filled with Silver and probably Platina to increase the weight. The weight is 60 5-10 grains which is Only four grains Light and the casing of Gold weighs 30-1-10 grains. It is therefore Worth $1 17 in Gold and 8 cents in Silver or 1.25 in raw material beside the la Bor of making. The maker and vender could net therefore realist More than $1 each which would seem too Small a profit except that the counterfeit is so Well done that there is but Little risk of detection. Ohio Cincinnati Gazette publishes official returns of the vote for judge of the supreme court in forty five counties of Ohio which is a Little More than half the state. It shows so far a majority for Swan the whig and anti Nebraska and Date of 55,762 votes. Of these forty five counties All except one give majorities for Swan. The Gazette says that the entire majority in the state for the anti Nebraska ticket will be Over seventy five thousand and the majority on the congressional vote will be even larger. Vah Buren s bos ton Post says an extract from a private let Ter informs us that or. Van Buren is at Vevay in Switzerland and is earnestly at work upon his autobiography in which he has already advanced some two or three Hundred pages. He is very Mueh interested in the work and so will his readers be when it is published which will not be until after his death and that event judging from his present appearance and condition will be Many years hence " election in Minnesota territory took place on the 11th of october. The regular democrats ticket for five representatives chosen in St. Paul by 100 of probate sheriffs and other of aunty officers were chosen by the people. The soil in Root River Valley is so prolific that j. S. Looney gathered seventy three Good sized pumpkins from one Vine. A Bridge oven the Mississippi the subject of a Bridge Over this great River at St. Louis is discussed in the newspapers it a suggested that the Bridge ought to have an Elevation of ninety feet. It would Cost b million and a Halfe dollars an amount deemed insignificant compared with its advantages. Of the new York journal of Commerce of yesterday says the naturalization office we Mumi thronged by applicants for the privileges Rifin order to b. In rvs for the ballot Bolea at the approaching election " pics offal. Miss Ames the Only grand daughter of the celebrated Fisher Ames was married at Cambridge Man., on the 30th nil to Praneis Howland esq., a Youngl Pyer of new Tork pity. Mrs. Ritchie Mowatt has been Rusti Cating for the past fortnight at Stamford Connecticut at the country seat of her brother in Law or. Win. Turner. Hon. Robert 0. Winthrop and gov. Brigg of mass., the Boston Atlas authoritatively asserts Are not know nothings. Rachel has an engagement at the French theatre in Paris which will keep her there till the 10th of March. It is not probable therefore she will be Hen with As till next summer. Maj. Weightman who killed Aubrey the great Rocky Mountain traveler has been tried in new Mexico and acquitted. To said a Joppa Dame to her Hope Ful son who followed the Piso Atory profession dear fax up a Little you look very slovenly. Of what an awful thing it would be if you should get drowned looking Commodore Perry was to leave China on the 11th october on his return Overland and will probably reach Home Early in Janu Ary. The Japan Squadron probably sailed for Home in september. Samuel Drake the Pioneer of the drama in the West and Grandfather of Julia Dean the actress died in Kentucky on the 17th, at the age of 86 yers. We learn that or. William f. Leonard late of Baltimore died recently of the yellow fever at new Orleans. Or. Leonard was a Man of Superior talents and for some time stood at the head of his profession in Baltimore. At the time of his death and for a year or two previous he was private Secretary and adviser to Dan Rice the Virous Man. Rev. Daniel Hickey Catholic priest died of dysentery at West Alexander Washington of Ivity pa., on the 5th inst. Sex governor Johnson of Pennsylva Nia has authorised the editor of the Pittsburg Gazette to font radio the report that he was a member of the know nothing order. Or. Brandreth a put in the Field for Congress by the democrats from Rook land Putnam and Westchester counties the ninth District of new York. Hell be a big Pill to take. Why the plan of operations were changed. Vice Admiral Hamelin thus of Plains in a dispatch to his government the cause of the change of plan of operations by the Allied generals $ it was on the 23d of september that i was enabled to inform the marshal of the Desper ate determination to which the russians had come of sinking at the Entrance of their Porto Sevastopol five ships of the line and two frigates Only retaining in the Interior of that port nine ships two of them three Deckers which to wording to the account Given by polish sailors who had deserted they meant to Deal with in the same Way when once assured of the capture of news which the marshal could not avoid Chaia teming As deplorable in More than one Point of View tended to modify his plans of attack. In fact it was to a certain extent admitted that when once fort Constan Tino was taken and the batteries raised at the Northern part of the fort were carried the Leet then bearing upon the port and destroy ing barricades would not Only finish the work of the army by attacking the batteries of the South Bat would be Able to give some assist Ance to that army whatever might be the Wear her and the season in the pert of Sevas Topol itself. The blocking up of the port therefore entirely changed the aspect of things and As besides external works had recently been raised round fort Constantino to Render the approaches As difficult a they were fatal the go Norals in chief decided upon turning Sevastopol by the East and throwing them selves upon the South of the town to attack it upon that Side which was scarcely defended or entirely undefended after they had place themselves in communication with the fleets at Balaklava and obtained provisions and munitions. Folk Ink the Dutt of Coria a petition to Congress for the repeal of the duty on foreign Coal has been placed in the Boston merchants Exchange and has Al ready received a Large number of signatures. The following is the language of the petition and tersely expresses the sentiments of the whole people to the honorable Senate and House of representatives of the United states the undersigned people of the United states and residents of Boston in the state Omassa Chusett respectively petition your honorable bodies to repeal All defies now existing by Law upon the introduction of foreign action of the most prominent goal operators in the country has demonstrated the impropriety of further Protection of an inter est abundantly Able to take care of itself an your petitioners represent that an immediate repeal of the existing Burthen some National Coal tax would be hailed with satisfaction by every class of the Community not directly interested in speculative combination to raise the Price of goal. By a commander in the Spanish Navy is now visiting Portland mo., on business connected with the Spanish government. He is entrusted with a commission to select " the Best place for building a number of vessels for the use of the Spanish Navy and is exam ining the advantages of Portland with a View to that Coal and to the Newyork courier that pity has a very full suppl of goal and the Price is falling Mush to the annoyance of speculators. At the Eastern depots potatoes Are Selling at 25 cents per Bushel. Mrk Tinq of last session of the thirty third Congress comm noes on the first monday of december five weeks from monday next and closes on the night of the third of March following. The session willbe a Short one with considerable business Tobe transacted. Up there is now on the Way Acnes the Plains from Utah to the states about fort mormon missionaries under charge of Elde Taylor destined for All quart an of the travel in company with about an equal number of returning californians and with about Twenty traders and explorers. Of a whig meeting in Delaware solve that it is inexpedient to run a whig ticket a the next election. Hon. John m. Clayto took a conspicuous part in the proceedings Olthuis meeting and strongly advocated the importance of the whig party supporting Theamer Ioan ticket. Ihor cat Madison ind courier a daily whig paper says that he recent Victory in that state cannot by strictly regarded As Ai achievement of the meet at their Hall Friday october 27th. At 7 o cd for. Tha a Ujj 0 por no w111 brought be sae. � a into Bont & 8. Ii in rpt of Ball. Tin respectfully i Forai the Dpi senso Westt in vat Bev an making Arange in Al or option Ball on monday evening Nev. 18th, 1864. Foe particulars Ewe future advertisement. _ e. O. Shekell oat 7.tfteury of the exec tire committee. 11 a Cfqcorce-il5 own Lolly it the lectures j15 a Mene on november 6th, and continue until the Middle of March. Termi for the fall Doune deluding matriculation$96 graduation 25 dissect no ticket faculty Nobu Young m. A. Prof of institutes and Pra Tice of Medicine. Al Odoardo Howard m. A prof of obstetrics and the Diwali i of women and children. Johnson Eliot m Prof of Anatomy. Jas k. Mon kit m. A prof of medical jew imprudence and Hygiene. J m War Nix m d., prof of surgery. Bin. F Ouie m. D., prof of medical chemistry and physiology. H. P. Howard m. A prof of Materia Media and then Eurias. A in. X. Young m. D., demonstrator of Anatomy. As heretofore the lectures will be delivered in the afternoon and evening enabling the students to a vote the morning to medical studies. Flod Jardo Howard Dean. Oct 6.fattnovfl Corner 10th and f Sta. F Intel a Poison Valet enal medical Caius Wash los thirty third Annuel Conns of lectures will commence on the fourth monday october and continue until March. Faculty. Thomas Miller m a professor of Anatomy and physiology. We. P Johnson m. D., Proffesor of obstetrics and diseases of women and children. Joshua Riley m. A professor of Materia Meloa therapeutics and Hygiene. John Fred. May m d., professor of the principle and practice of 8urgry. Grafton Trier m. A professor of pathology and prac Rioe of Medicine. Lewis h Steiner m. D., Profester of chemistry and pharmacy. Edward a. Scott m. A. Projector and demonstrator of Anatomy. The facilities for the prosecution of practical Anatomy an ample. Like most similar institutions in Europe. The desk from which the regular lecture an Given end the wards Tor clinical instructions an under the same roof. The completion of the extensive additions to the building since the last session for the accommodation of the sick will greatly extend the usefulness of the medical and surgical Clinie. The Entin expense for a full course of lectures la.$90 practical Anatomy by the demonstrator 10 matriculating i be payable Only once 5 graduating expense 25 admission to the medical and surgical clinic through the whole course without further information address Lewis h. Stein kit m d., Dean of the faculty Ocoe Washington infirmary. The lectures will be Given in the afternoon and evening to accommodate Studen s who have other engagements during the earlier part of the Day. Oct 9. Totillo Thov. For Dolored Man accustomed to waiting and general housework. 8atisfacto by reference Given. Enquire at the Star of toes. Oct 27.2t important notice Washington City oct. 27, 1854.noticeis hereby Given that from and after monday next october 30th, the Pijoe of bread will be 5 cents per Pound to store private customers. By order of the master Baker association John f. Tavennar Secretary. Oct 87.9t removal. The subscriber having removed to the Corner offa. Avenue and 10th Street Over the Una Hong ton strings Bank will continue to keep an Exten Sive assortment of ski Rhyn Marble and Iron mantel8, wrought Iron and wire rail in 08, to ing and Terra gotta Ard lion window lintels and Sills Ralph Hasking. Oct 27.eotf pm team g Vaoa Iise for november received and for Sale at Shillington s books Tore. R Oakwood s Magazine for october Graham a Magazine for november Godey a lady s Book for ladies National Matra Aine All the new books and everything in the Sta to Neil line for Sale at Shillington s Bookstore Odeon Bui Ding Eor. 1% St and a. A. Oct mrs. Pettet. 1 Eacher of an improved and easy plan of la Dies and Chi Lynn s dress cutting can be found at her rooms at no 866, on seventh Street above i where ladies can receive instructions from 9 to 12 a. M. And 3 to 6 p. M. Terms of tuition. Including one sett of models and rules $3 50 ladies by leaving the address can join the we5� mesday a crying class at $2 50. Lining Cut and fitted 60c. Paper a St patterns25 cuts a variety of ladles and children s patterns of the test leu to received and for Sale. Oct 27.lw to bu8iixss Ken. The subscriber Repec Tully announces to the a business men of Washington that he will wait Upen them in a few Davs to solicit advert Semans for his forthcoming directory and business Register. He Drasina Here to state that the same will not he is used before the 1st of december when he Antici pates parenting one of the most Complete Electo Ries in a Ery particular that can be desired and proposes to continue tha same annually. Oct James Clephane. A card. We. Linkins respectfully informs the Del unto the first Ward that he has taken the store adjoining Samuel Duvall s grocery Ston Pennsyl Van a Avenue near the West Market in Wei h i designs keeping a took of fnoy8� wheelbarrows and Alt Tae St Lammond a 7th St. T a 8ch00veb foe Bale. Fio 8i�ooner, general new of Tiki in Good Wjk waa Juc who �iu1 ii Sooro a i Bartsas w h. Foulkr oct 26.t near the National Observatory. Cloak and dre88 trim Ming i Hare Gautre Cegred my third Supply of tick cloak and it a trimming such an Plush. Velvet balloon fringe Bih ands. Ana braid. Law handsome Black and coloured fringes of r Mantlee to Slick i ilk and Gimp re lace Black and White Blond. In addition to which i mar add Black and coloured velvet Plua Hea Satin and folks for Benet to and embroidery set also Jouris unrivalled French Dkl Goree at 87u cent that Are retailing in Baltimore at ii per pair i would Call particular attention to or Aero ment of embroidered handkerchief a Collar Lake sleeve and Riband from auction. Are r. A. Paoo oct 26-Dlw no. 12, Centre Market space. C0pa&thxk8hip Sotico boots and Bare this Day me in the Boot and shoe Busineau my on Wishia t. Flum. The but in Wii hereafter be of ducted under the name of a Irenr a son. We Hare on band and Are constantly Reoe Irit g Large and splendid assortment of fall log. Winter goods of every description Slae Andoh Quality for ladies gentlemen in Ituna Byng 7 children and a Grant All of which will be sold a Little cheaper than any other establish Mentio the District. All we request i a Call and a will our Best to those who May Faroe us with their custom. The under aired with Many thanks for pest patronage to liberally bestowed upon him heretofore epee it will continue for the new firm. Tho b. Griffin. N kind of work made to order in the neatest manner and at the shortest notice. toilet i0ap8 the subscribers return their thank to their numerous friends Ami Cut a the of sixth stat and in Sylvania Avue. Are now re Eivir the driest assortment of chandeliers and Gas fix yure3 Arr eff Fred to the citizens of a Bingio and at the same time cheaper than the Chc poet " All that a Necea Ary is Totire Call to be Oon vowed of this fact the Superior facilities of the House enables them to 1 their Good and work at a less rate than any of the retailers. F this pity. Thankful for the very Liberal patronage of the Iii ens of Washington and Vicinity the proprietor assures them to at with the addition of a number of the Bast Gas fitters and plumbers of Philadelphia a it re Emont or 1 will Beable to a 1 Woik in both branches in the a Perior style 84, As before stated cheaper than the cheap it. In Beese. Octb5.dtlstjan. Th1 landowner s 8tat i Ute Resu actions of hew Fork Ohio , Mihigan Iowa and via Vonaia Oono ii land be deeds mortgagee will of jul state events. Land Tazee tax Bale redemption limit tons exemptions interest of motor and usury also the constitutions a said states Complete in one Octavo volume of 487 in Law binding oct 24 Franck Taylor. Brinks and Brick Yard for Sale we the undersigned Oiler at private Sale our dry is m Dow u Sooke Erful operation with 140,000 feet of ground attached to the same with a thirty Hom Power eng a and boilers m map of we Ellis a brother with ail the utensil pertaining to the tit such wheelbarrows Brick can ened shovels picks forge and Blacksmith Ute St and a Grut Mill attached to the me now which can grind from 80 to 80 bushels of Rai. Day. A we have now on hand400,000 machine made bricks Burnt ready for a 60,000 front Don of Ruuti m froml0u,000 to 200,000 had a bricks Neburt t a of which will be disposed of on a Paronable those wishing to go into the above Basin a "l0w. offers them. Get sell

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