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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 1 January 1874

.i.i r "m. j i.,;):ivt IOKTAG !. Ti,i vfl W rf : -P" .. . r ,. i. ., ! - f i HUMOROUS KOTES. 'Ox AVIUiftmvnll". ..,.. -MnS rhillenirc3 PAUclkotlaLto"!lar a amo ol" chei DJ A TUnWT'l trlVl lias i t.n .. i.MaWrAr A nil JIM dollars hrher uncle, anl uotr all through In Heritor. Ill, when a ionns lady declines an 3er to cm. Jt her hutrr, Ii'cslrs iiermlMlon to sit -on theft ftco ana tee her go by. The creditors of an alKsoadmic Yankee found, on opening his fnfe. tlist tlie oulvthtng he had ulil up ot-a rainy day was an umbrella. John TompVIn", tl" II:aver Dam. stood It pa tiently uni.l his lnevirleurcd wife sewed an overtuat button on h! shirt for the convenience .oDils collar, ana then lie MlUdM In the river. Mistre'i (to new servant cirl Irom the conntrr:) " Now. una. make baate an I dress yourself, ami nuke our narr tll l-erore yonr master cumes home." Servant irlrl: e"m; where shall 1 un,t the comb, juum?1 u i'Atiw ihTui.m i c.i.i failure! vtrencher 'ct I had been catln' dried aspics...

Publication Title: National Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 1 January 1874

THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, THUBSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1, 1874. HISTORY OF THE YEAH 1873. wui'nimESsirE st.itjzxxxt or xxxxstESTixa xrjsxrs. GTANKRIL PROGRESS OP TTIB DISTRICT DVniMI THAT PERIOD-LIST Of NOTICE BLE DEATHS, CHIMES AND CASUALTIES WORK DOKE XX T1IK DIFFERENT LOCAL DEPARTMENTS-A GOOD S1IOW1NU FOR euRTEorLE. "The wave if breaking on the shore Tlie echo fading from the chime Again the shadow moveth o"cr t be dial-plate or time !" Standing on the thrcshhold of the new year, lni ... ul.lwita ! Irt,lftv -with the klndlv and jojous ceremonies which custom authorizes, and looking forward with tho bright glow which anticipation ever lends to the hopeful, It Is but meet that the readers or Tun Natioual B-run-Xicas should pause for a moment and tako a re . ...i.. -I r tuqr isra. which has been to most of them as Individuals, and to all as a community, an eventful one. One year ago to-day one portion or this journal . jf..i ini cii n-nnnt nf the snlendld rc- options, and another to the...

Publication Title: National Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 2 January 1874

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 2 January 1874

THE NAl6tfAIi BBJP0BOOAy, ljAY.MORmyg. JAStTABY 2. 18T4. WtiUml ifMipi .J.arCBTAQH.. .Editor and Froprleot. i. Tb4 National RirtTBUCAS li published every snlsi (Snndaya excepted) at the southwest eor nerofThlrteenUi street nd Pennsylvania avenue, ud is furnished to subscribers (byoarriexalatBfty jeent per month. t ataa subscribers, tS.00 per year; H for fix tnontb., and 02.00 for thru month. Terms In- flnUHi lo advance. - BATES OF ADVERTISING: TWity-fiTe cents Pr "ne- Advertlsementinnder the head of "For Bsle"br Rent." "Wanted." "Lost an4Found,"an& k;rersonlt, twelvo and . half Ceol per line. riTHE WEEKLV NATIONAL REPUBLICAN Is published every Saturday morning, and Is fur eJaBfdto subscribers at the following- ratest One nopy one year, 12; three copies one rear. OS; ten copies, one year, tis; single copies, In mappers. Are cent each. . 1 BT All communications, whether on business or m publication, should be addressed 10 wji. u. MOBTAOn, Proprietor, KATiOKalKxrCBUCAX, yahlngton."...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 2 January 1874

.a HBllPfogE Wtt&.g&ii ?SmTXRIB71s A FEM1MJNB XTDDERYiUOK. ANOTHER ALLEGED INSUnANOEFBAUD A ease of accidental death that recently oo curred t Ypsllsntl, Michigan, has In It circum stances curiously reminding ono of some of the features or the Uddenook insurance frauds. It seems that on the 20th or last month ft Mrs, Stephens was married at Ypsllsntl to William J. Boblnson, a resident or I'cntreton, Ohio. Oa the Uth Instant, about 9 o'clock lathe evening, Mrs. Robinson rose from her seat In the sittlng-rocm, ler husband and two neighbors being present, and went out the bail, door hupealng a tune, and apparently In oxrellcnt spXts. She did not re turn, and In a few moments Robinson went In search other. Pretty soon he came In hurriedly. And said he could not nnd her. Mrs. Robinson's mother went to the back door with a lamp In her hand, the others following. As they reached the door, the lady saw her daughter's dress In a elstem. and Robinson pulled her out. when round h" vas ...

Publication Title: National Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 2 January 1874

IB liNafoOft&& 2, 1874. JEW YEAR'S FESTIVITIES. jtEScnirriojr of rnja rAJtioua xje- currjoxa beld Yjssrjjwjr. mn-ritrsiDENT-s ltccErriox-csoWDS of rEOPi-K BESIEGING THE WII1TE IIOUS.E BECEPTIONS OF THE CABIXET LADIES AND OTHER NOTABLES-A dEXEBAL KE YlKW OF THE FESTIVITIES OF THE DAY. Well, It li over again for ",".,. nnth7 New Year'! day bat come and gne.ap'j -wear once more ran , " - and social tide orim. We have made oar calls ad ear new resolutions; we have had "pleasant chats with our friends; we have fanned new . ijonalntances, and we art, thercfo'-e, contented is3jiaa harpy and as felly detcnnln'Jd as ever to get """kJijeh andeiercise our glorious American right to enjoy ours eh es as much ae we possibly can. THE T1KST DUIIUL That the first disappointment society, particu larly the younger portion of It, experienced this year aa chargeable to the weather Is an In cident that ought to occasion the signal bureau much concern. When daylight dawned yester lay moraine the c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 3 January 1874

.--'. r ' A .VvtvvvTy)7lBi 'x . i - - "- i , j i i -i9 i '""J" Jf 2 A V I I B- "MH "" 'I'V 'I w:l?'l ',B,t-rB VxV 'B' VOL. XIV. TTASHINGTOy, D. C, SATURDAY MO0jiLtrABY 3. 1874. 3 I J ' NO. 32. .V S7 L Ir? i L.JT lv FOR RENT. FOR RENT DWEIiINO HOUSE No. UI K nmt northwest, contalnlug eleven rooms. Possession at once. Apply to . JOHN A. RUFF, Jsn3-3t At Wash'nglon City Saving Bank. FOR BENT A HOUSE CONTAINING seven rooms, gas, water and all the modern lni yiro-, clients, sltnaled on the corner of First. E and C streets; couvcalent to the Capitol, inquire next door. jan3-l" Ifion RENT A BRICK HOUSE CONTAIN iagtcuroomt, No. 3tB Twelfth street north west, near Penns-flt aula avenue, lnqulreof JOHN HONEY. Restaurant, comer of Thirteenth and C streets northwest. Jim-Si FOR HENT-TWO SUITES OF PARLORS on llrst and second floor; alo, ROOM, sin irlo or in suites: all newly ruml-lii. d: one block and a hslf from i.Miitt House and VUllard's Hotel: No. 717 Fourteenth strett. Terms reasonable. Ja3...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 3 January 1874

THE NATIONAL BEPUBTJCAy. ftATUIjPAY MOBBING. JANUAKT 8. J874 Haf nli v f 2 ff J SlAUM UJU fEt?! U JCIIXVAU S . "W. J. MUBTAGH.. ..Editor and Proprietor. The If ahoxal Bircm-iCAX Is published every morning (Sundays excepted) at the southwest cor nerofThlrtcenth street and Pennsylvania avenue, and Is furnished to subscribers (by carriers) at fifty pents per month. ' -stall subscribers, 5.00 per year: (LOO for six jnoutns, and i00 for three months. Terms ln Tarlauly lu advance. RATES OP ADVERTISING : Twenty-live cents per line. Advertisements under the head'of "For Sale or Kent," "Wanted," "Lost and Found," and "Fersonal," twelve and a half cents per line. THE WEEKLY NATIONAL REPUBLICAN Ik published every Saturday morning-, and Is fur nished to subscribers at the following rates: One copy one year, ; three copies one year. (3; ten copies one year,tl5; single copies. In wrappers, Sve cents each. M3- All communications, whether on business or for publication, should be addressed to Wat. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 3 January 1874

I H tjte cmmcn wopK of the t?ax. CFiuih t ic2vcw YorL Times. The past year lias been frultrul In important religious mo amcnU. In the United 8tates the event most Worthy of notice wis ihe mcctin? of the World's Evangelical Alliance In this city if Octo'jcr. It attracted a l&rgenumber of r jmlncnt representatives of tho .principal or chodoProtcstaut denominations from Euroiie, Asia and America, and enlisted a degree or at tention that is rarely given to a religious as-cm-bly not preten-lin; to authority. On ret ievr i'-iir the diversity of opinions and or forms of wor ship and Church government v hlch were rep resented among its monitors, the ranje of top ics discussed, the catholicity of their treat ment, the clearness and ability of the papers which w ere presented; ar.d the impression which the meeting carried with it, it may be Justly pronounced an imposing demonstration of-the force of Protestantism audits substantial unity iu essentials. The mtctii-gof the Alliance was foll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 3 January 1874

r- T" "V T t i jTm t 'Hill. I 1 " ' THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN SATURDAY MOKNT&G, JANUABY 3. 1874, t 4 DISTRICT REAL ESTATE. cjixutlt xynAircxn ruzus by r.e- C2T.VT 131 PR O V3 .E-YXS. REDEMPTION OF FEOPERTY BY SEWERAGE AND SANITARY REFORMS THE OLD NORTHERN MARKET ELEGANT RESERVATIONS-BLOCKS OF MODERN RESI BENCESADORNlNGTHErORMER SWAMPS AND MARSHES. The record of the operations In real estate In Washington for the year 1873 If compiled would eonstltut 1 book voluminous and Interesting. It wonl develop the activity of a business hertto- Ior meagre and unimportant, and show to the public how real estate agencies have stepped Into a distinct and lucrative branch of business, en gaging the more prominent professional talent of nr etty, ana locating themselves in business cen tres with offices and appurtenances, representing rentals and expenditures only warranted by a lucrative trade, Involving constant chango and interchange or properties and interests illustra tive of the security and...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 5 January 1874

if vol.:xiv. v "" ' --.. -, .; ifljflffl 5 1874- s '?9-35- : h -O s i .w - Wiww.'v - - y r"""rSTl . .. T.i nwrvr' " ' .. . ...--TTB" .? I JTa.B. WU. W A w- - -,-, . J J - J .je IIIJ .XSL AW .BL" .ALB" II BL ILKKBILI JB. s : :. . -. V.'imt-mm-wBSBtlBmmBB " BE, -ur - - " - UWitl W uJ lUUBUk hAAS . WW --.. wv ,w- . - i - - .. , 1 - VMaBaw ' 'XT " B GO-VFORTABLE AND iPlEASAST rooms, ra ihU or tingle, can be routed Tor the kmi, at No. 30 Fonr-aud-a-balf Ural, above I'cnnsyivania avenne. -i enni rooucrie., DICKSON PATTERSON, I an3-:t Broken and Heal EsUrc AnnU. po TOS RENT-DWEU.1NQHOTJSE No. US i: rtrrt norlhwML rantAlblnr UeTen room I'oueislonatQBCc . A-.ipljto i jonsj-nuTT. I I Jvn" yAtWaiklngtOBCUjaaTUnV" FOB BENT A HOUSE CONTAINING MTen rooms , vatr r an all Ikr nodrni Iju; proTemeuls. sttnatrd on the rorwer of Klnu K and c strccti; convculcav to tbe Cipllol. lnqa're "exi rvm vnt-i ni7Ttv nnTTSE OOKTA1N JC iiiKten roor.f. Ho. aTwtlllh !TOetT!0.?S; wt. nrarrtar.irlTtnlaaTniur. inqnireo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 5 January 1874

J -ptitfaal jUpuMiam rr. J. MUKTAUII.. .Editor aud Proprietor. The NAT-oxAt Kitublicak li published every Tnornln Sundays excepted) at the southwest cor nerofTlilrtcenth street and Pennsylvania avenue, and u furnished to subscribers (by larrlcrs) it liny cents per month. Mall subscribers, W.00 per year; -$1.00 for sit months, and (4.M for three mouths.-Terms In-' variably In adraurc. BATES OP ADVERTISING : wwirf-flTefnUparllne. Adiertlsementsnndcr tbeueadof "For Salcor ItentT" Wanted." "Lost and Found," and rTera-nal," twelve and a half acnUpcrltne. ' " aHEJKEEKLV NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IspabUshed every Saturday mnrntn. and Is fur nished to subscribers at the following; rates: One copy one year, t-; three -eoploe ons year. (3; ten epleAOD-Tar,IS;sin-l-.copki, in wrappers. Ire cents each. ewV-AllcoranruiieaUoas, whether on business or for publication, should be addressed to 1'. J. VcaTAGH, Proprietor. KATIOSAi.Bcrcni.iCAK, Washington. D. C. the'bbpusljvax has a labour cibcu la tiox thax...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 5 January 1874

wwtTh i-- . .. . . v- . -- V" -J- jl Tj"t rr-r . - - " - - "-", ' . . j . ' . j ..: t.iiK ; .THE NATIONAL EEPUBUCAN. MONDAY-MORNINGrJANUARY-5, 1874. ! tz s THE DEVIL-FISH. SUimitXO SIORK AIH1IT HIM. f.liU'Te'roailence of the Toronto OWi". A. plwe-if,rre j.-ood fortune ha fallen in ray way, In wnneiKon with this extraordinary fish. In py i-ist letter I gaTO your re-iilTS an account or an interview which two of our flshcrmtt hail nith a monstrous fcpcclm(.n of the race, In Conception bay, and of the ampu tation ol Mo of its arras. Yesterday a fisher man fro Lojic bay called on me and in formed J' Hurt he had captiircd a devil-fish In a net Ou examination I found that his .tetemii was correct, and that thoush tlie dimentoior tl.i epeclmrn are small, conj .. i Ui, 11,9 ninxter of Concept ion bay, it is by no rae.ua 'to he sneezed at, and 1-. Such. Iinnr than Victor Huro's cc-lelralcd levil-flsl." I?m now the pos.-Ff or or aconi Metespun uof this remarkable, cuttle-fish; Ind judrir." fro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 5 January 1874

U--f THE CHURGHES YESTERDAY coxujfi.m'isxDiya ofttjeatbeb A.XD SEItl'lCLS. IOBTTIIOUnS, DEVOTION AT ST.ALOYSJtTS' BEAUTIVUL DECORATIONS AXD BRIL LIANT CEREMONIALS ELOQUENT DIS COURSES BY BEY. DBS. SUNDERLAND, WATKINS,: LITTLE. HUBBARD AND FATHER ROBBIE. Yesterday, as onr District readers all know, -was one of those bright, beautiful, and spring like days which mako tbo climate or Washing ton, CTen in the wintry season, remarkably de lightful and charming. Indeed, If . stranger, wholly unfamiliar with our city and Its latitude, bad suddenly dropped Into It yesterday, he might easily have Imagined, but far the leafless trees and withered grass plats, that he was In the region of the tropics. Asa consequence of the sweet sunshine and the genial atmosphere, everybody seemed to be out In holiday attire. The church goers, many of them arrayed In the very latest styles of fashions, turned out In full force, and the various places of worship were attended by nnusually large assemblages. The...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 6 January 1874

.i-rei .b isiawim ,$ymnQi r&g&nrz jzArxatmiKsi jaoit sbt w I TJiaroiTATaaviAPJiooa .faOOt) YAQiaOIE 4 3 C- - v. . St Jrjri.J 1M-7V I t " 2 j'-n bitfl - ib-'Tt1' If )? j-iusrr j-g:xt:.j.orx aft ? . VYh mllL I, m cz z:-&-X2 &- n -ruvo "t- fl tr I tf . -' t II A. -safc v " .3iM& . T 3tf S ... '? ' I "Hi " ' ' -A" C e a v J hit . jut i.' ' i. T i i i i "NOa 34: i w - : -.ni rrTc? &w.-fS r,rn . ."I""!.: .. T "' elJ Vffl 1!KJ it i at1bV.W-" ' Erj a 1 " TiifM wzmj" ' tWL2 ar t - 1 . . . .... "- .. niO.i'l'-ii.UA.W lUV'XtX VWVTMflA.r..J. .. .jbbbbV j-sr wu.- - . . ;, .- a- .. .SUMHUWTT r I TBbbj urtt Bssawr asaaaBT "H 1 r asaM saaatav ' tT?JJ '""a - -- fM, mi M WPfc 'teaa. I ' ' wh C bbbsBb ..bbswT' .taaaBsi asaaBa. tsaaawT bbsBb ataawa1 aasaaw! etsastaT bbsbT ssaaatn? itbb-b' tB " m "bsbbs r .MmmW. i A rill 1 1 I -I n u i ' VfiHHHKv T I r I t.Fjili'lrl'-l-l- cisih u7s2iwi boot . r?immr. x "-Mousses I -.1. ' r ci it I J r i & i FOUBENT. AVAJfTS. F0RTYTHreBrO)T?RE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 6 January 1874

.am ,pfffcjf THE NATIONAL REPUBIilCAN. TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 6. 18?4. jgatioaal f gpMi.a W. J. MUBTAQH. ..Editor . Proprietor. 7M Natxonax. BinrsLiCAJt U published srery aaornlng (Sundsys excepted) at the southwest r mej.fThlrteenthstreet and Pennsylvania awnms sad to furnished to subscribers (by curlers) at ."By cents per month. v i- ' Hall subscribers, SS.e pet year: Bt,e for Mx axw-ths, and 3.00 for tone months. ITsnas in variably In advance. . ' ' BATES OF ADVERTISING t ' ' Twenty-Bye cents per line. Advertisements under nh.alir"Tnr8aleorBent." "Wanted." "Lost mndTonnd." and "PcrsonaL," twelve and a half basts per line. THE WEEKLY NATIONAL BEPTJBLICaN Ispubllahed every Saturday morning, snd Is fur Wished to subscribers at the follow I nf rata: One py one year, three copies one year. S; ten 'opboMTeu,tl3fInglecop!eVInirrappera,nTe "aeatseaeh. J - i M9r All communications, whether on business er for publication, ahould be addressed to Wat. J. Hubtaoh, Proprietor, NATIOKAX.RsnJB...

Publication Title: National Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 6 January 1874

. K" ehe National BEPtTBiieAS. ttobd at MGHmiTarJAifrcrARY 7ira ?z iiM 1 1 , THE EVILS OF TT8IXO TOBACCO. I The following art Icle, taken from the Country Gentleman, so turillingly seta forth the fearful results of usin" tobicco that the most hard ened sinner most repent and hasten to be wise after reading it: "First experiment, a hog -was shut up in a tight pen, and his only food was one half ponnd of tobacco a day. In one week he hail lost four pounds. Second, a mule was placed in a -stall without food. Two plugs of tobacco -were placed before her twice a day. Slic -.at w gradually restive. On the third day one plu; was forced down her throat, when she tore the experimenter's car with her teeth, showtn; the bad effect tobacco lias on one's disposition. It was then found necessary to muzzle her, so that she could not opeu her mouth. At the end of eight di s she died. Third, a dog -was nailed up in a tobacco hogshead. At the end of four days he was taken out much reduced. Fourth, an...

Publication Title: National Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 6 January 1874

i, 3 mTJ'xLz tOTEtT : TZdatrr .KAOTiiaTjKoi iXatioitax ant & c OTEjNcAfflONAlL REPStfBliCJAi5, roESDAYQBNiyA JAT$TUABYV6. 1874 I ; vxtxt I iXAO!fT3J :C5 J A 'STOCK GAMBLING SCIENCE. XBOTT IILC OLD .sJCD TOVXO HLACK J.EUS OF WALL STREET. COMMODORE VANDERBILT AND HIS SIIL-L10NS-"UNCLE DANIEL" AND HIS "PEO PLE'S LINE" INCIDENTS JAY GOULD AND JIM F1SK, BUFUS HATCH, STOCK WELL, AND JAY COOKE CO. The New York Well-street gossips, who have lieen Industriously circulating reports or ruinous tosses by the panic on the part or the great stock gamblers or that locality, are now changing their tone. The presumption Is that the original out er; was made to assist these cormorants to an egsy settlement or differences. These having been ef fected, the next move is to re-establish the credit r the "lame ducks," so that they may commence iheir "bulling" and "beerlng" again. Conse auently the story or the Wall street organ now rum somewhat In tho following style: COEHKLirS VASDERBILT, Instead or ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 7 January 1874

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — National Republican. — 7 January 1874

THE NATION Al. REPUBUC AN". WEDNESDAY MOBNING. JANUARY 7. 1874. gtatioma jkpuMicatt W. J. M UBTAUH.. ..Editor and Proprietor. She Xatioxai. RxrtniuCAX l pubUshsA. every aaornlng (Sundays excepted) at toe Maori nerof Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania end Is furnished to subscribers (bycarrlfrt)atJtar cents per month. Hall euuscribcrs. SS.M per Tear: months, and Si,co for three months, variablr In advance. ?, HATES OF ADVERTI9tNO Twentr-Te cents per line. AdrcrUscmcntsnnder ni.h-.ri of "For Sale or Bent." "Wanted." "Lost -and Fount cents per line. msntir NATIONAL REPUBLICAN atiabiuhed' eVerV'Betnrdar.inornlng, and Is far- " MBTonTTOrrtinhreo copies one rear. S; teni" copies one rear.llSYtUdt'ePlea, In wrappers, See cents each. 1 V All communications, whether-on. bnalneta Or for publication", should 'be addressed' to "TCM. ii krtraTAriu, Proprietory Klnosix KnxroJt ah, Wenhlnrton.B.O.- i,m'-i""" TBB BMrUBLICAKMAMA IAMOEB CBCff- iTtOfTUAXAKTOTBSM MQVMUtq fMTSK jKTHEpisxEieTj?,cqj.yuaiA...

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