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RIGHTEOUS NEW ilAMPSIIIRE.
The tradition of a past filled with vis-ioiii-f'VPWtoiieJls
vjgwfBtilaical'laws v.hich wouhl
.i-CihtaTihtl Vrafer ttook in fun-
- - y i
ral crape twelve months Tii the year jui 1
which considers a laugh an allurcmciit of
SaUDj.om,Qfjamuch force n-jwAvith the
maioriti-afilKJipeoie of New Hampshire
as tVy1rw hundred years ur. Last,
MondiVt5 -'Governor j and Council
couqfjfteUY6$e for the , constitutional
aroeuflnJentul of which are earned .s u e
the firsti to strike out the word Protestant
fronTlw LdHirWgTKfT 'the twelfth;
irohibiUiftW&VaTfrthoIncc fur political
gious lest as a qualification fr oil ice, was
adopted by 1 thirteen votes over tnr
uiral two-thir U. V
THE VLAS OF.-ADJUST31EXT.
. The fcMcmlaz joint preamble and rca
lution, nhich arc a part of the plan of ad
juitmcnt. wcrcadoptcd by the Xicholls
AVhebbas,. The icople of thebaic of
Louisiana, after years tl suffering .ami mi.s
ril; vhtteWvilh supremo satisfaction seen
the wise determination ul President nay es,
as expressed in. hi inaugural and already
happily executed in South Carolina, to
restore the local sclf-povcrnmcnt of the
tfbulbetn States, and peace and prosperity
to the whole country by a return to a rigid
following of the wise principles of consti
iutiorfatrffOYCTntncut; therefore, be it
Resolved, fey the Senate and llofiso of
Repre&Kfcr&vVfrj the General -Assembly
couvened: ' '
I,ir8t--That'.wd"ctrdially endorse the
IKjlictptJiaPjcsident as enunciated in
his' inaugural, and xve pledge our hearty
co-operation, aid ami support to the" exe
cution thereof. , , .
Second! That the .execution of the said
policy in tho. State of Louisiana will prove
the sonree of inestimable;; blessings to her
lepplc,i will lift up their burdened spirits,
heal their wounded prosperity, renew tncir
wasftd llieldi," i)fih2 '.'happiness to their
homes, ttad., givo i to tha whole people,
without distinction of race or color, a lu-
p!c that they were', but that they lave
still some rights left which a liepublicau
administration inbound to respect. After
twelve years of observationi and experi
ence he has rushed iulo print and we will
let him be heard' in Lis own behalf "in the
following letter, addressed by himlto the
Sccrccary of War :
Hon. Skc. or Wai: Sir: From a joint
service in the Tinted States Confess, in
addition to an-interview the other day in
your c-lliee, vou will pardon a fow. lines. I
am a nativc'(with my father before me) of
North Carolina ; was a Henry Clay hig,
and liave been since the war a prominent
Republican of my "State, and as a warm
Mipportcr of the administration, actively
employed in advocating its policy of con
ciliation and kint'.nefs, let mc speak a word
in behalf of n.y people.
In the first place, that .people is by na
ture and habit law-abiding and Union-l-.viri"
to the core. Many of them cyeri
mlistin during the' late war under the
1 V(kra! iLi" and now instinctively Union
nn and zealous Republicans, yet under
i Ik' circumstances, are fast alienating that
usisophiatical people from earlier views
and nreeonceiveu ideas. Malfeasance i
i .i'.i. e bv both principals and deputies is
lai-itllv doinir mischief. Inhuman and
brutal misconduct oftentimes disgracing
official conduct and mercenary considera
tious alone guiding action, lhc peace
and well-being of that people, :to say
nothing of their allegiance to our
'nartv. demands a clianjrc ol regime.
Kindness and common courtesy should
denote, official acts and -inspire confidence
and good will. Iheu, my dear sir,mstcad
of yielding to the pressure for more troops,
. J . 0 . . ' t 11111
thereby not only engendering .uau uimxi,
but so directly antagonizing the pacific
views of vour administration so wisely
inaugurated by our illustrious President,
let me suggest a thorough investigation
and see if the people have not grievances
worthv vour consideration and entitled to
some regard beyond that ol periodical
i,f lav -co! lectors and unfeeling
This propositi. n. sir, is. made in' good
faith, for 1 h ive no "axe to grind,'7 but
.simply for 1 1 y people I ' tU-sire to enter
my protest against the present status in
North (Carolina. 'J'l.c experiment is
worthy a trial, an'! underlies the ' final
sueeess of the policy of conciliation.' As
at present administered alienation and
distrust ensue, whereas, as proposed,
good will may: follow. Our people are
honest so ticat them and your confi
dence will not' he misplaced. Give us
good men, with honest, officials, .and
North Carolina, with her unbounded
resources will wheel into lino as the
grandest of the old thirtewn. W ith high
progress, as well moral as ma-
r rv r rrrr rr- .'
TWr&TRlf.aAaii? earnest Of our en
deavor i' we liercby solemnly declare' that
it is an!V?n'berUfe purpose of the gov
crnraarl 3CtKc $Utpt Jxiyisiana, re pre
BeXkF bP&finfe f 'XtclfoHs as its l!x
ccutb'cffadfirsfc toccept in gxxl faith
i thc'TWrtbeiAh, Hurtecnth and Fifteenth
Amendments' of the Constitution of the.
; United States in letter and spirit; second,
impartially to the cud that violence and
. criii&sfialf -be 'suppressed and promptly
puftfcllM,lnifthftt peace and order may prc
vailf1irHthHtlKS hnmblcst laborer upon
the soil of Louitiaua, throughout every
parish, in' the State,-of every color, shall
receive" t full and equal protection of tjie
law07i&persoD, projcrty and political
righU tod? privileges; .third, to the pro
motioajofi tho, ,&indly relation between
wb4t W?p)diai qtizcu's- of the State
"PWjhAiiU of justice and mutual confi
dencpurtihe? education of all classes
of the peoplo being essential to the pre
srTfonofre institutions, wc do declare
our solemn jaurposc to maintaiy a system
of pujbri fcubyU by an cp:ial and uniform
taxation itpoh property as provided in the
ConipCu'tiorf bt the State, and which shall
secShr the 'education of the children of
white fcrAl . colored citizens with equal 'al
vanWgcii;' fifth, desirous of healing the
dissensions that have disturbed the State
for ytars past, and anxious that the citi
zens of all political parties may bo free
fronieverish anxieties of -political strife,
andjein? bands iu honest' y restoring the
prosterity of Louisiana, tho Nicholls gov
ernment will discountenance any attempt
ed persecution from any quarter of indi
tuiuaU for past olitical conduct.
Fpurjtli :lliat the Gueinor be request
ed jo forward a copy of these' resolutions
to thcjixyideiit cf the United States.
swallowing of Chamberlain only makes
htm the. more hungry for another victim.
When he commence to devour the radi
cal portiou of his party in the Xorth,.li2
will . perhaps find some of them more in
digestible' than hi Southern food... : The
friends of the' President say Packard has
only this week in which to get out of the
t r r. i i 4
"""" I " just is:
Perfectly Elegant I
new desijos has just been received and a
being sold t extremelj low figures ; also
fine assortment of LADIES' WATCHES,
SPAT, and PLAIN GOLD RTXOS ari
LADIES' and.GENTLEM EN 'S OUAIXS: d
Work left with me will be neatly -exe
cuted. All I ask of the l'ablic is o give nl
atrial. J. II. ALL EX.
feb27 Watchmaker and Jeweller.
. E. ARTIS,
Front Street, under Ptn ceU lloufc,
- . Wilmington. C
Hair'Cuttingj Shaving and Sbanipooiiig
done in the highest style of the art. j
Attentive and polite Barbers always ready
to wait upon customers,
( ). ii. Doe K i lty
Y AS'Il I.N UTCKV LETTER.
THE REST BAK JN THE CITY IH
THE OLD CLARENDON
Foot of Wlarket StL
The Best of ALES. WINES, LIQUOR
and UIUAKS alivavs on hand and served by
polite and accommodating attendants.
- New Hirer Oysters, always fresh and alwa
served in any etyle. desired. jan 17.
OUR LIVING AND OUR DEAD.
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OUR DEAD on March 13th, and complete
the IVth Volume in monthly parts. No new
subscribers will be taken except for the bound
volumes three of which have been issued and
the IV tli will be itady in June. - We can 'su)-
Kly our old subscribers with any back nuuj
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should they need any to complete their me
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SUCCESS AS AX EV E-OPEXEH.
The success of tic Democratic arty
of late and the strength which' they have
dcyeropcTj at home and abnad, together
wilh lhc lulluetices thev can hriug to hear
on ;lleimblicati admiubtratiuii, h is ifpcu
ed the cjch of many astute politiciaus to
the fact that it is the party of the future
uud'that lladicalisni imi.it hereafter be
knownla?Hhe8cciud estate in American
Klilc-j i'cciAl Ir in this the ease in
N'ortji Wolina, and in n Slate in the
HoulU v the Duiuucratic pirty troogei to
day than it is liere. This fact is .seen and
recoguiftxl by many 'who were uuce. the
set vilef t5ohi of "a cor r u p t ad : i i i n i s t rn t ion ,
infatnouj, corrupt and ;cxhai;iicd'' judi
ciary. The rats are leaving the inking
lidJQiaialgllic: .pro spects arc that
there will not be kft. a hakci's doztu in
its hold in this SfiAf.1 1 '6ie ' of the fattest
andkbfggest" rutlcutai has been Oliver II.
Doekery, of Uirhmond county, "my son
Oliver," lln. O. II. Dockery, and at one
time Kerrrcsentiifvc Dockery; ii the Na
tional IXTCStXJISO'CArliave been oicncd
by thtTtce9af the party he has fought
Hrfr&'&h MB,1"' uow
discoverexl wlut it would have b.'cn ut
terly imp" ljtti&il t impress
upon his mind, that the people of North
Carolina Vrc ftoC the f b'riffrads 1 and "ban
dittijiWtIiJiiii.iiarty labored for so
mani jjiTtjj provfl Tnc pcprthern
Tiie ArliiiKton Estate It is A Small
Picture of Our Politics-Chaiiffes
ill the Departments-Southern
Affairs, etc,., etc.
. The suit of the Lee heirs fur the posses
sion of "Arlington" cnlls attention to that
fiiic i:i '. l ty. It belonged to the wife of
Cien. Lee and tHiie into possesion' of' the
Cloveriiineiit at a saliMiiade' under one of
the conliscati9n law.s. The Government
also holds a,;iax title'", to the property.
This is about the last of the real estate so
acquired by the -Govern incut, which has
n't been restored by the V. S. Courts' to
tne i i :iual a i.ers ur their descendautt.
The ." inie result in thi.s cae may Ikj looked
for. The 1'Nt.ite is -'variously occupied
now. and presents a-.ntinaturc picture of
our present 'American politico.
r'ivs: comes the jnevitable African, for
twelve or fifteen hundred of those citizens
are their squatted, under protection of the
Government,. They are a bad lot. They
are very iiM-va'ut. Few of them will
work. rM-.t of them steal, so that' to
own and cultivate a place hear them is
i 1..! !! 'tl
i' !! o ; m i.e i in p .tsioic. j licy arc sup
posed to j ay a MU;di rent to tlic Govern
ment, hut to nut.
Then there, arc thousand of retleral
soldiers htjiit d in a 'National Cemetery"
thvrc. a piaee made more and more beau
tiful from year to year by the hands of
Ii h uos ami strangers .alike, and which is.
held sacred 'in thousands nputi thousands
of Noj tlu i u h(mes.
There is no doiiU. t hj lepd ri"ht to the
property is with the Lees; all the decisions
in .simular i.ims ; re tlMt . way, but no
s kujci- will the CV'Ui ts so dcchle and the
Government heln to carry out the decis
L'li, th in a llioiioand i'hiliipscs, Garrisons
aiM blames will appeal to. the
passions uf the jteuple against the
prm. ceding. It is nvoless to kssuie
them that lie: uC-'io will In; better
ofl, if4 put where .he must work for his
living: as hitu men do, or that the dead
shall remain umlistui lcd when; tluy rest,
and ii hand disturb a flower aver one of
their graves. It is useless, fur .the whole
stock in traile of these orator is tlicir
hold upon the blind hatred and credulity
of tluir lolluwei, and the legal adjust
nunt uf rights would leave them without
means of stinoort. What i.itv il.oi
such agitators; could not change places
with the brave men who sleep at Arling
ton, and who fought and died, not ?n
anger against brethren but that the
thing might occur that long ago occurred
that the Union might be restored.
.Secretary Schurz dismissed sixteeu of
tho employees of the Pension Oilicu ou
Saturday, 'most of thorn ladies. Dismiss
al will , also be made iroui the other
Bureaus of the Department, he Laud
Indiau, and Patent Bureaus. The dismis
als were not preccdcil by any examiuation
as to the efficiency of the parties and it
is understood that the places ' will bei
tiuoui. couipeuMvu ejuuuinauon-.
Similar changes will soon be made iu the
Treasary and Post Office Departments.
This week promises to bo the last ol
Packard's reign as Governor of Louisiana.
Ilio President's conseh-ativeiappetite
tfrows byvhat" it feeds on,' so thai the
Sonllierii Historical Monthly.
This Masrazinc, two numbers of which hav
heen printeJ, will occujiy the same relation
to the entire sioutb that lUU JjIVIU Ai U
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excellence tbcv belicTO "ther are other
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The prospectus for the new volume gives
tne titles ot more tnan iiuy papers imosuj
illustrated), by writers of the highest merit.
Under the head ot
NEW REVISED EDITION".
KuUrely rewritten ly the ablest vvTiters on
vun-iihi t. l'rintetl from new type.
ond ill ust rated with .Several Tuouhand
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-Tltevork originally publisliod under the
titliof THE NK W AMEHICAN CVLCOP.
m i mmnlatixl in l.7.. sii.rA which
tinus the wide circulation -wfiicli it has at-
tained in all parts oi tne unueuamiesanu
the fcijrtial developments which have taken
niAAlii vprv hrinoe of science, literattre.
ana art, have Induced the editor and pnlK
llaher u supnut it to an exact ami uwruusu
revision, and to issue a new edition entitled
THR MMRI(!4X tJYKLOP.'KUIA.
Withm the last ten years me progress oi
dujeovery in every department ofknoAVledge
has made, a new work of reference an im
I The movement of political affairs have
Kept pace wun me ui&ouvenes ui euiuii.-c u
thir fruitful application to the industrial
and useful arts and the convenience and re
finement of social life. Great wars, and con
sequent revolutions have occurred, involv
ing 'national changes of peculiar moment.
The civil war of our country, which was at
its height when the last volume of the old
work appeared, has happily ended, and a
new course of commercial and industrial
activity has been commenced.
Large accessions to onr peogranhical
knowledge have heen made by the indefati
gable explorer of Africa.
The great political revolutions oft he last
decacto, with tho natural lesultof the lapse
of , time, have brought into , public view a
multitude of new men, whose names are in
every one's month, and -of whose lives
everyone is curious to know the particulars
Great battles have been fought and impor
tant sieges maintained; of which the details
are is yet preserved only in the newspapers
Or' in. the trasicnt publications of the day,
arid which ought now to take their place in
permanent and authentic history.
In preparing the present edition' for t lie.
press, it has accordingly been the aim f the
editors to bring down the information to the
lowest-possible rates,.audto furnish an ac
curate account f the moist recent discoveries
in science, of-every frehs production: in
literaure, and of t he newest inventions in
the practical arts,as well as to give a succinct
and original record of the progress political
aukl historical events.
4 The work has been begun after long and
careful preliminary Labor, and with the most
ample resources ior carrying it on to a suc
. None of the original stereotype plates have
been used, but every page has been printed
1 H ;.) ,: a day stiiK made by
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f J.1L BUiTORD'S .SONS, LOST
we have "A winter on the Nile," by Gen. Mc
Clellan : "Saun tenners About Constantino
ple." bv Charles Dudley Warner; "Oat of
My Window at . Moscow," by Eugene Schuy
ler : "An American inTurkistan, etc. Three
serial stories are announced :
Uv DrUoUand, the; Editor, :i
whose story of "Sevenoaks'!! gate the Irigbcs
satisfaction to the readers efthe Monthly.
Tho scene of this latest novel ia laid on' the
apron strings," but who, by the death of his
mother, is left alone in the world, to drift on
iub vutieui ui me, wan a lonune, out wun
out a purpose; - . l: ; .. ' ..' - '.'
Another serial, "His Inheritance." bv Miss
Trafton, will begin on the completion of "Thkt
Lass o' Lo wrie'g' by Mrs. Hodgson Burnett.
jklrs. JJurnett a story, begun in August, has a
pathos and dramatic power which, have-been
a snrprise to the public ' ;
There is to be a series of original and ex
quisitcly illustrated papers - of "Popiihir
science,- Dyjurs. uerncK, each paper com
plete in itself. '-'
There are to be, from various pens, papers
"Home' Life and Travel."
Also, practical suggestions as to town and
country lite, villag-e imprcvements, etc., by
well-known specialists. .
.Mr. liarnard s articles on various indus
tries of Great Britain include the history of
beottish Jjoat Factory" in the November
number, and "Toad Lane, Hochdaler'? itr De
cember. Other papers are, 'The British
v orkinman's Home," "A Nation f Shnp-
Keepers, -iia penny a VYeeK lor the Child,'
' A richly illustrated series will be given on
"American Sports by Flood and Field," by
various writers, and each oa a differ on t
tneme. l ne subject of
"Household and Home Decoration"
will have a prominent place, whilst the latest
productions of American humorists will ap
pear from month to month The list of short
er stories, biographical and other sketches,
etc., is a long one. ..... '
The edit irial department will. continue to
employ the ablest pens both at home and
abroad. There will be a series of letters on
literary matters, from London, by Mr. Wel
The pages of the magazine will be open, as
heretofore, so far as limited space will per
icit, to the discussion of all themes affecting
the social and religious life of the world, and
specially to the freshest thought of thd Christ
ian thinkc-3 and scholar of thia country.
We mean tc make the magazine sweeter
and purer, higher and nobler, more genial
and generous in all its utterances and influ
ences, and a more welcome visitor than ever
betore in homes of refinement and culture. )
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i j,Ir voi, t m; in uU3Ior(K-o. antuiue,
KfUt edges, ier vol, ?KJ 00; In Full Kussia,
per-vof, 10 00.
- Thurteen volumes now ready. Succeeding
volume, until completion, will be issued
once in two jnontlis. -'
Slecimen pages of the Ameuican Cy-
5n f5l,;,8,low.in8 tj pe illustrations, etc.,
1 ??.nt gratis, on applicat Ion.
First-Class Canvassing Agents Wanted
Address the Publishers, - amca.
D. APPLKTUX & (JO.,
& 55 Broadway,!-N. Y.
T. W. DROWN dt
WATUIIMAKERS AND JEWELLEUS.
No. 27 Market street,
GUARANTEE THE MOXEY'S WORTU
for every article purchased of them.
An elegant stock of fine Watches, Clock?,
Jewelry, Silverware, Fancv (Joods, c, kept
constantly on band fur ah. ai a . r
advance on New York cost. r
Agents for the Diamond Spectacles.
Oar country friends are invited to call and
see- ' " dec 13
irom me cnects of Errqrs and
Abuses in ea !v life. Man
hood Restoieo. Irapeditticntj
to Marriage removed. Xew
method of treatment. Xew
and cmarkable tcinedies.
Kook3 and circulars sent' free
in sealed envelopes. Address
HowAaD Associatios, 4 ID N.
intn ot, Philadelphia, Pa.
An IiuUtuhon having a liih
a I reputation for honorable con-
leoct and profession! till
Jjms O RECENTLY changed hanS is
new open for the accommodation of
The HOUSE has b.n
vated throufann -...i l
L-x ""uu lue ,luOjia ire nca tl v
cunuortaoiy f urnuLed. 1 H
Polite and-accoinniiwiai ' .
always on hand to see to thn . .
- -The BILLIARD fioox i . j TT
Ta mra . x. na . tne
TABLES are free to the Patron, .r
noose. .: .
, .. i apl.7
rgXPECTIXG TO ' BE AT TII3 XUitTII
,the eiuuinSfew months. I l-romii...-:-' .1'
ilh Ir. John L. Dudley, licrc fri
jri I find crery thing as usual in mj jioe "
DAY MAIL AND pr-T.1
LeaveWiimington, Front St DpofAI,
Arrive at Weldcn'at.".. ' 5 5l i
Leave Weldon dail)' ai J ii f J
NIGHT MAIL Ab' ETWif
Leave Wilmington, Frht
v Depot at.... ...... 4.......-- ..; M
Leave Weldon, daUy'ttr""-"-" 28 1 1 i
Arrive at W'Uinington, FronTst" 2,4
-ll'ennr at . ww
The Day TraVnmakei"clo. 11
Weldon for all point3 ,
dailv. I exeent Snn.i .j 7 J1 wU.
mnnn nnn nil roil
Nicht train niVoi f -.7 ,
Weldon for all points north V. t1
Pullman's Palace SleeDbr i",, a"l,i
t JOHN V, 'tuvt.
Gen'l Sup'ts Officfc
WILMIXGT0X, C0LDir3lA;AVl) k
Wilmington, . a, MircLU, K;
CHANGE OF jSCUEDUU:
On and after Suudar, March 11 Ui I ' 5
ing schedule will be run oa udVrod T"'
- - ,
DAY EXPRESS AND MAIL TUl .
except Suaday. '
Leave Wilmington w
Leavo Florence.... j jj e
Leave Columbia JttH
Leave Florence 12 30 P i
Arrive at Wilmington 5 20pr
NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN (Diilj).
Leave Wilmington... ..;..' T 20 1 1
Leave Florence ............IJ Gill '
Arrive at Columbia J IJ1I
Arrive at Augusta 7 Mil
Leave Columbia. ........111111
Leave Florence , 1281
Arrive at Wilmington 8 till'
This Train will only sbp.at ilenuajta,'
WhiteviHe, Fair Dlutt', Jfaripn, Floresoe,
Timnionsville, Sumter and Kaetover bettsi
Wilmington and Columbia. . ,r,Qfl
THROUGH FItEIGIIT TRALV (Diflr, 1
cept Sundays.) ; - j i
Leave Wilmington. 2fl
Leave Florence,.....'................... 1 2911
Arrive at Columbia................-..' 10 Mil
Leave Columbia. ..... lOOfl
Leave Florence 1 Hi I
Arrive at Wilmington....; IMf I
Passengers for Augusta ui Wwrf
should take Night Expresa TriiBfro T2
mington. ; ' ' ' ,
Through Sleeping Can on nipitaai
for Charleston and' Aueusta.
parlor Car on Day Express and U'l '
JAMES A.VDEESOX, .
nicli 10 (. ; General SnperintenAnt
JAS. ,T. rKTTKWAY,
I C.i i KWUUI
ECEIVE RKGULARL Ud hn
exhibition, samples of Coffee, Flour, Rkj
Molasses, Sugar, Syrups, Tobo,
Take oVde for Heats, LaVP
Butter, Cheese; Soap, Lje,
wire prompuj ai vici ,----3 ,
sicrnments solicited. ; ' W'
We are agents for the nlejol
GIBBS & CO'S MANIPOtATW Pf
and the Beasly Cotton Ties. '" "J-M
VETTEW A Y &' SCIin?::4
GILMORE & CO., Attoniej5.tL?,
Successors to tbipruan, U?'
629 F Street ashingtoj?
American and tottiJ,
Patents prcmred in all coimtries. (
auvanck. No charge unleu uJ fm
Itranted. No fees for makins VZ
aminations. No additional &J
and condnctins a rehearing. SPfuK
piven to Interference Cases wSLe
Office, .Extensions before uensw
Suits in different States, ana a-"jcjr
!r to InTentions or Pawn r-
roa rAUTFTLBT or sixty tab - .
United States Court! tniJej,
Claims prosecuted In theSnpresc
United States. Court of CaaiBAC
mission ers of Alabama Claims. fTZ ?
Commission, and all classes ot w t
fore tne Executive Depaxtmea .1 ,
Axreari of Pay ail
OrriCEns. coLDima and
War, or their heirs, are In PJfSS
money from the GovernmV&fLrrA
no knowledge. Write f aU hisWTT" W
state amount of pay and bgass
close s tamp, and a foil xepif, .
will be given yea free t-
AUomcras, soLDimsand JJ5if,-J
ruptured, or injured ia JZ-ijtt1
ngnuy, can eotain a iffJ
lng pension are entitled M J&dP'
stamp and intonnallon win M-,f
Uidted SUtei CeacriiJ
A Contested Land Cm. SuiCj
Mining, Pre-emption and VsfSZfc1
ecuted before the Genera iyT y .
partment ol tlie Interien v
The last Report of 3356' :
General Land Office shcrvriiw
ty Land Warrants oitiUD 1,
.uennder act of ISM 1 W1 ,
cash for them. Send byreSJi, isf j
assignments are imperfect w 4 !
to perfect them. , f' Sf
Each department 1
in a separata borean, ,fi f
rtenced lawyers andclerl, taff
Bj reason Ji 'fJSSt
are suspended from OTJ
and other omce gssfrp
cratmtonsiy ihxb-v-- M t,.,
proper papers on SPPTT, gsct"?
frr wfnrn nostaXS SnOUlu
all classes of business. M ,
P.O. BOX 44. , r ;j g-Ptt '
I take pleasure in etflUf
Law, Pau-nt and Colien . t.
Uespectrully, ' 4 -
cb 19 jas. Disriain.
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