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D. M. C. OAULT, EDITOR.
FOltTHK I'ltltilDEXC'V IX IfioP,
ULYftSE . GRANT.
"WV-tl il'ino, Ihntt Ktr'l nml fnlthri.l crvnnl "
TIip pi-oplu lure rvuril f r pAltiolq unlrti
mcni for traitor.
S.virliiivv MnitsiMi, .Tan. '-.', 107.
The Car tin Stirring.
We nrc told that Savory is ilead.
The crafty polhicians of the South
screen th'ir ulterior ilcimis hy no
knovvli'.Iqini; that eiii.'itieiiatiii i final
Irrevocable. Their XortlicriMiHics
cnteh the refrain, nml proclaim the
mission of the lteitihlienn ji.nty on.lc.l.
Hill it it iinlecd dead ? or is it fitujily
ina tate ol coma, it thews and sinew.
only jianilied, it itality only mim'IiiI
ed, not detroveil 'i Well mav we ask.
Within a tone'-' throw of the Nation
al capital; within ij.'lit of the ot
where the mancipation edicl was lit
tered; within muiii.I, almoot, of the
""voices of the eountrv's law maker; in
full iew of the hall thai to lately u it-nos-cd
the full and final ratifiealion of
the Constitutional Amendment abolish
ing slavery, the man-stcalcr has been
fit liis eiirseil work again. .Men have
been sold into slovcrv, nut bv tlie uibi
trary exeicie of individual power; but)
by older ol the Couits ami wiih the
sanction of .statute law, since the ratifi
cation of the Amendment and -the en
actment of the Civil ltiilit Hill. We
have long Ik en of the opinion that
slavery will inevitably succeed tbesiic
ccsoftliu Democratic party, and the
decline of l'epiildicanism if ever these
event take place. Legally, lnrv
may be dead; practically, it is not. Al
ready, bad and ilanirerons counsel lia
breathed lite into the caieass that lies
buried beiicalli the mouldering bont
of hundred of thousands of or bmv est
vous and bi other, who died that the
i nation might be trie; and the eoiic,
'fetid with the wioni; of centime, stirs
nsuin. It need oulv the revival of the
n.iirit of the cured social wrong, let it
be shown in whatever way it may be,
to insure its complete and final cxlinc
tion. Let the iii.iii-stealcisnud woman
vvhipper roll out, again, the Jugger
naut, under the wheel of which, pin
gres, (nlightenment, ('luilianiiy and
human justice have been crushed; let
our .Southern brethren plant again their
whipping pot; let them knot anew
the lash, clotted with the blood of
manhood, Maincd with the tear and
goro of woman; let them weld uguiii
the broken and iutiug manacles that
bound the wrist of honest toil, and the
national heart will swell again with n
mighty throb, that no power on eaith
may curb. The disguicc of slavery
have been touched as with the spear of
"Ithiiiicl," IVomiKcisuo concealment
for it. IYnal servitude, undercover of
statute law, cannot hideit. The clown
hoof of the gieat national mii i nlieadv
visible, and it reipiiic oulv the mask
to be tliniwii oil, to sink cfavery, amlJ
the spirit that move it, mult r a wave
of rctiibutive justice so deep, so fat li
unless, that plummet may never reach
it through future age, CSniud and
priceless ns have liecu the nation's of
ferings on the altar of fiecdom, there
are vet more to guarantee the national
plcifge to the nation of the caith, that
America shall be lice. The people's
wound aie healing; the people's teats
aro drying; the nation's cojl'cr are
plcthoi'ic; and ''the battle civ ofl'ice
dom" yet lings in theears of 'victorious
million. Deeply as the Southern peo
ple have been humiliated, tenibly a
they have siitlcred, bitter as have fieeii
the fi nit of their folly, it may be that
Ihoy will ct i cceive Vevere inflictions.
A Rcrvilo war, almost too appalling in
its consequences for contemplation, i
jmsnible, and any attempt to deny the
rights of manhood to the emancipated
race, or wrongly vviest the fruits of la
bor f.om tho-o who lightfiilly earn,
them, will study piecipitalothat vvnisf '
of calamities oii the Southern people,
nml teach tlichu
In omc tll hour botv inucti Itio ivn tela tlilare.'
Acciiu'.ms m Fioon. On Saturday,
the 10th, while Mr. J. K. Wade was
woikiug in .lackcon Creek, endeavor
iug to change tho course of thestieam,
Ik; was struck by a floating log, and
knocked otV hi feet, in the svvilt cur
rent, and 'ouhl, piobably, have been'
drowned had not nssistantuiicu been
promptly rendered. Mr. S. J. Pay fell
in on Sunday, and was stiuck im-eiisi-bio
by a boulder. Ho floated down
tho fatreain several yards before ho was
Djvonrn. Mary Howard has filed a
bill in Chancery, ngaiiisl John How-1
ard, praying for a dissolution of tho
bonds of matrimony. I
SoirniEitx Mails, Hy telegraph '
from Yrcka, last evening, we learn that
tho mails aro brought over Scott Moun
tain on sleighs, legularly, every other
With this number, the Twelfth Vol
ume of the Skminki. commences. On
such occasions it seems appropriate to
take a retrospective view of events, and
at litis time, we are led to notice some
of the hitoric facts that have happened
within the pat year. In tho Old
Worhlplfle great event has been the
war between Prussia and Austria, in
which the haughty Austrian has not
only been hurled back with broken
ranksTrom thcbloody plains of Sadowa,
but wa made to let go hi hold on Ita
ly, the spot where landed the exiled
Trojan. Italy, the birth-place of the
Scipio, of Cicero and of Livy; names
familliar to the warrior, the statesman
and the historian. Franco ha been
made to feel that her armies are not in
vincible, and is withdrawing her le
gion from the Ameiieau continent to
send them to the Asiatic coast, where
they hope to be able to cope with the
halfcivilicd Corean. Kngland i be
ing levoltttionied by thcgrc.it Itclunn
demonstration. Thi Power i, by ex
ample, teaching the 1'nitvd Slates how
to treat traitor.
The political event in our own na
tion have not yet dev eloped lliciuclvc,
excepting the iccoutriiclioii policy of
the President, and thonlmosi unanimous
condemnation of that policy, by the
people, at the late election. The Con
stitutional Amendment ha been pre
sented to and nitilied by many of the
State. It i justly considcied n wie
pierce of statesmanship.
The establishment of a line of steam
el tiniti the I'uited Male to China is
a coiuiuetcial euterpri-e which i des
tined to be of veiy great advantage to
the nation. The gieat -eientilic event
of the p,it year, if not ol theage,ithe
successful laving of the Atlantic cable,
nml hclbtc maiiv xours shall have pass
ed, man will be able to control a cir
cle of electricity encircling the globe.
In our own State, wo have not been
idle. We hue been able to secure a
'presentation ol known I'nion men in
('wares, and a I'nion executive at
home. In the meantime, Internal im
provements have not been neglected.
Our woolen factories have received a
new impetus, while other manufactu
ring iuteiests have not been neglected.
The paper mill is turning out ream af
ter Irani of psiper, equal, it is said, to
Tho newspaper woihl in Oregon, has
been very uiiceitain. Some new. can
didates for public patronage have
sprung into existence, while a large
number have died. Hut amid this
gi eat change, the Si:misi:i. has stood
the shock, issuing every week, as it has
done for the last eleven year. The
thfijniihm, alone, of the papers in this
State, numbers mine volume than the
Si:.NriM:i, Of this we aie not jealous.
While that journal looks to the inter,
est of the Noithern portion of the
State, we will endeavor to advocate
such nieasiiics a will advance the in
terests and good reputation of the
LiiKiAiio.v. Hradbury fc Wade
have commenced a suit in the Circuit
Court, for this county, against "The
Occidental Quart, Mining Co,," and
the holders of Mechanic's Liens on the
propel tv of said Company, for the fore
closuie a mortgage, held by said plain
tiffs, on the timber, lumber machine
ry and tool in possession of said Com
pany at the Swinden Lead, on the '.'1st
of July 18ili), wheie the Company (list
thought of putting up their works.
The suit, we understand, involve many
nice questions of law not hcietofore
settled in this State, and the lawyers
me, of coiu-j'o, cogitating upon the
Hn.vit Ciii:i-K.This stream was up
veiy high luring the late rains, and
done much damage in places. The
road thi side of Kagle Mills, though
paable, is very matcijally injured.
The greatest havoc committed, was at
Phd'iiiv. Opposito S, Colver's, icsi
deuce, the cm rent set in to the west
bank, washing it away to tho old race,
and seriously endangeiing K, ), Kou.l-
ray's mill. Lower down, tho vats of
M, Lindley's tannery were washed out
Tho water then bore to the other side,
and cut a channel through S. Colver's
field, leaving Lindley's saw-mill and
dam high and dry. The damages bo
low do not seem to bo as great, though
the fences In tho bottom nrc injured.
Fishy, During tho earthqiinko ex
citement, it was reported that Klamath
Lake had spontaneously combusted
and that fish from that region, with!
Wicirina oumew ujft wuro oni-ruii jor
sale in tho Yreka market. Wonder if
Hob. Nixon oat any of 'em?
SPECIAL TO TIUCSEXTIXEL.
Dates to Ihc 24ili of tonuary.
X i:yYuitK, 17th.
The heaviest snow storm experienced
for years, ha taken place In the east.
The country roads and Knilroads nre
badly blocked up. Tlie 'river and liar-
bor at this place are seriously ob
strutted by ice. Travel, either by land
or by water, i exceedingly dillicult.
Impeachment question is diseiicd
in city papers. The dailies have uni-
tcdlycondeinncd the proposition from
the IiSm. They now admit tlie formi-
bible power of the impeachment par-
ty, which the late Supreme Court do-
c'isions greatly strengthens The Tirnt
says: The originators of the project
an-seriou and ealou. Impeachment
i absolutelv ssenluil to tli.-ir political
dent succe. Will the U.iwblieai.
party follow? Moderate Coiigieineu
nre "partly already in the current,
(orrcetion will probably b. I lie
chance are, two .. one tin., the 11,,...,.
sustain the iinpe.icliiueiit, but it i
scarcely probable that two-third of
the Senate will agree to removal; but
tl.ev mav suspend him, It i poible
that the"Presi.h'iil will resist by all the
means in his power,iisiugthearinviiiid
navv. The ',. think that Von-
gis hesitates ut extremities lor tear o
public sentiment. A sttel.uo.is strug
gle may be expected, disuniting the
peace, lmiuc and credit of the coun
try. A paragraph in the general appropri
ation bill, apptopriatiug j.'io.ooi. to fa
cilitate telegraphic communication be
tween the Atlantic ami Pacific CoaM,
wa tiickeii out.
N. W OIIK. I tl
n... .1... s.,.,, , -a .1,i;,.,f
IIV IIH1 II S " , - X MK'IMIm
i likelv to be continued a coiinle ol
week. " It i not believed possible to
agree on iiny Tenilorial l.ill lor the
Southern States' that willcnmiii'ind the
two-thirds vote required top.i. it over
Nl'.W l!K, 'Jltil,
The proposed impeachuiciit of the
President, and the continued contrac
tion of the currency, tend to depress
huiues. Ixan.a Legislature elected
Poinerov and Ho I . S. seuatois
thelatterby us to in. The Wisconsin
Legislature elected Senator Howe
nnd demanded Donlittlo's resignation.
Cm, voo, '.:i,l.
A band of Indians ei.e.iiuped lc-
tween Fort Lyon and Dodge, on the
smoky Hill route, aro assuming a bo-
tile altitude. I hey have already driv.
en oil several station keepers. I he
ii ....,..! V Deoce m. r,.l.l....i
on the Kith, near Loving Springs, by nnd the water took theroad.a part run
a paity of highwaviiieu deserters nlitg through the gr;ipegar,lenol John
from Foit Morgan ut Jmictinn Station Xctlhcr, doing great damage. Obcr
who are completely equipped for life i damaged much, principally bv grav
on the road. , .. ... f.... ... .',.,' .. . h
SHV.III" -1 111 I'l'IIIS " il'IK-M "III Ills vain en, I ne
In the lower branch "of the Vnlh'y road i greatly damaged and
Legislature to,lay,abill p.ised, on first utteily impassible for vehicles. M.
leadiiV'toorgaiiieainilitiaeavalry rcg- Hanlev's farm is injured, not so much
l.ucutiu each ( ongre.s.onal district,.,,,. ,,;,, C()VCr0(, witl, , , .
iiiiiittikiJ ut u Inli4 Mini rnlimil tnnn n n
subject to the older of the (lovernor.' tin- ltml livlnir washed away. Ilelow
Another bill passed, to tiike the word his farm we have not heuil what the
white fioui tlie fninclilso law, both bills damages are.
will become laws. , - - --
W.vsin.Nfno.v, sad. Pupssix as a Nvvai. Powkii. Prussia
The national Democratic aoeiation u herself in n position, a a leading
adoiited a rcolutioii recoinincndiug ., . , '
that a convention be held in Now " mv,'r' ' ,iU n,,l,lm", ,u'r ","l"'"
Yoik, on tho 2 1st of May. her naval resources m order that she
WAhiuvinov, "..Id. '""' 'f new conlliets should arise, be
The appropriation of la,onn for nnl' ,n niaintniii her pretensions and
Point Itevcs, tio.ono for Point Arenas, hold her own on sea ns well as on land.
7:,00.i for Cape Hlauco, have been Shu is not much of a naval Power to
stricken out in Coiuniitte. An effort ''"' """ mvro discipline and drilling,
will be made to have them ietored. ""'" ns have maile her ar.uv the most
C nissloner Wilson, of the Oeneral formidable for its sie in Till F.urope,
Land Ollice, will shortly Issue iustruc- w' hardly serve to make her mistress
tion to Registers, Uecelver.s and Sur- "' " ,(,iH fr t,,l m'xt fjcneratlon or
vevor (ienenils, relative to receiving n,on'' ho wants a larger seafaring
ela'inis under the act of July last, population tlnu she now ha. And
Tliov- sliould advise tho ehdionni-nf that, her ambition may enable her be-
nnv'mine to appear before tho approv- b"re long to acquire by the time-honor-alofiheSuivevs,
and nil further pro- 'd law of might. Meanwhile, tho I'm,
ceediugs will fie slaved until tho final l!m (!o t'rnment has got a navy, or
settlement. It is understood there is
nothing obligating claimants to pro-
eccd under the Statute, ami when they
fail to do so, there being no adverse 'nccoming io tins moriiiugs came re
interests they hold the same relation to j '"t. 'mes here to study tho progress
the premises which they didbefoie the and methods of naval architecture in
passago nfthcact, with additional gunr- ,li' ttuntry. Tho Piluce, who Is him.
unices. They poesH the samo right self u naval ofllcer of the rank of All
ot occupancy under the statutes. The miral, could be sent to no belter school.
President has approved the bill for He will have an opportunity of exam
convening the- Foiticth Congress on '!,' imval ciall that nre not built on
the 4th of March next. ' 'cru experimental theories nor held
A prominent leptiblican member of ' teserve to bo practically tested in
the House in recently wiitiug to a some future war, but vessels that have
fiiend says: Touching tho impeach, thoroughly tried in ns hot engagement
incut, my opinion i, ami has been, " 'e- century has witnessed. Wo
that it will amount to nothing. The trtisst the royal visitor will find his so
Judiciary Coininitte havo been taking journ here both instrutivo and ngrcea
no evidence in tho case. Not a single ble. X. Y. Herald,
witness hnv been examined. ammmmm
Tho American Consul, ina letter to Thanks. Madam De Oulfoylo ten
tho State Department, dated at the ,icrs ,1Pr xhnnU ,0 ,llT ,,atroil, nm1 .
Hague, January lst,savs: In the at- . . ., ' 0 ' ,
ter part of November, according to the noimcw tl.nt the party on St. Valen
custom of the Northerners, tho eattlo "n0'H 1)il.v, Wl11 'l0 ivt'" i the elegant
wero housed for tho winter. Since and spacious hall just finished by Mr.
then the rhimlerpest has inci eased, not-, Viet Sliut, which will insure a greater
withstanding the efforts of tho Gov-' acgrct, of coinfrt ,i,nil ,ms ,,;,, t,x.
ernincnt to nrrest its progress. From - , . .
tho 1st to tho Oth of December, tho , pcnencwl at nny party heretoforo giv
number of animals attacked was .1,700; e ! t'i8 town.
trom tno loin mo (iiseaso uccreaseil,
From tho time it made its nppcaranco in
tho country till tho 15th, l,ooo ani
mals died of tho disease, and 'J 100 were
New Youk, 24th.
Thcro is n panio in Wall Street-
failures all nround,
' The Late Storm.
The ravages of the late storm, nnd
the damage done, real and prospective,
cannot bo estimated. The adage tiint
"in peace, vv'c should prepare for war,"
lias oeeii clearly demonstrated xviwim
the pat week.
The damages dotto on Jackson Creek,
nnd in Jacksonville, cannot as yet be
estimated even approximately. The
rain commenced to fall on I'ridav' af-
ternoon, about t p. M,ahd continued to
fall until Monday noon. The highest
water, at town, was Sunday night, nt
about II o'clock. Above town, the
damage was to milling claim, taking
away all sluices and Humes, and fill-
ing up the digging, sothat it will take
week to repair the damage sustained,
nnd, in some instance, work istoij?ed
for the winter. In town, the lirt
W,Mi,ig attacked Wn Plvmale's l.iv-
m. Sa,it,i( T0 u,Ul.r' ,v, j,,
enough to run around the building on
the side flouting "C" street, (treat
(cars entertained that the water would
mA thtotiufi in the old diilt or tjin
Mmmh J0W1 t-MnttJ.. which
... i . , . . ...
c:tc, the whole creek would pmhablv
have cut a channel, discharging into
vt (Sulci., at the Clerk ollice. J.
Uli.,,s. pp.ite the l.iverv Sta-
,, ... , ... ,,.. .... '.,. .
ble, sutler,, seve.cly. Ihewater wa.h-
''; away me o.u.n u wmim u- .i
of hi door. The fruit dee standing
in the viinl were wahed up bv the
roots. The hoti.e occupied by J.
I'l I' llitullv was urioiiiideil bv wa-1
ter. and the llohr. covered with aiul
and sediment. The bridge, built by
Street Commissioner, Fiddler, in 1m!5,
stood. The greatest siiil'erer on Oregon i
Street i J. K. Wide. Ill lot is com-
idctely ruined, s.uid, gravel and stones
are banked up on all ide of hi. house,
0 t. ih,or i the lowct, nml i liable,
without a minute', notice, to be tilled
with water ami sediment. Mcssr-,
Hull' garden waoverllowcil, notwith
standing the great amount of money
and labor oxH'i.dci oii levees and em
bankment. The bieak water put in
bv Clug.igc, at the foot of Fourth
Street, was washed out and the water
il.en l.n.l full i i..,inu of tin. Iinnlr
...,...!., ;, .,.. ..,.. .- i ,.,.
", " '. "' ...
'"'n"K''"8 '"' ' c, now occupied
by Dr. Cabanis. From that point,
the water was thrown with gieat force
,,,1,,,, ,'1(, break-water built bv the
. , i e.
"''. I"wer dow it. I hi gave nwiiv,
t"' eoiistrucliou ol thoroughly built
'N'"1 cll'ective war vessels, in her mind's
, -'.vc, nml a Prince of tiie blood-royal,
Skkki.vo Pitoi i:rrioN. Tho proper
ty owners on "C" Street have com
menced tho construction of a brush
wing-dam; in Jackson Creek, to throw
tho water off and givo protection to tho
head of that street,
Letter of Summers, the Suicide.
The following exact copy of a letter
written by 0. A. Slimmer., just pre
vious to, nml while meditating the sad
act that clocd his career, is furnished
us by Capt. Sprague.
J-'our Ki.vxiatii, On:
Thinking, fin mv feeling, that tin,
the 7th of l is my last day upon
earth, I woiiTd av that to my wile I
give in v dying blessing. To Capt. Spra
gue, Lieut'. O.itnian tinder, t.anung,
I do tlie same. To F. Tfllett, whoin,
since acquaintance, has been my firm,
fast and boom fiiend, I would say, (mil
ble him nml protect him. 'I o my
friend in general, I would say, good
bye. Thi i written from conviction,
and. while I am sensible.
("apt. Sprague, be kind to my kind
wife, and the fust opportunity, without
detriment toher health, my dj ing re
quest i, end her to her parent.
I have been ambition in thi world.
Mv ambition ha not been gratified. I
die ol'.v liiokeo lif.til, nnd mil content,
loving my utry, Constitution and
AiUv Johnson. If I am wrong, (Sod
forgive nnd gather me to Abraham's
Itood live! good live!
(,. A. SrviMKn.
P. S. Thi i committed to mv
fiiend ('. K. Tillctt, whom, 1 trut, will
be a friend to my poor, unfortunate
wife. God ble and assist her!
(J. A. S.
Snow. Snow fell in thi place lat
Tuesday night to the depth of a foot.
On Jackson Creek, two miles above
town, it wa fifteen inches deep. Dar
ting Wednesday it incited con-iderbly,
as wa alo the ease Thursday and I'ri
day. We .aw one or two lcigli out.
They seemed to draw heavy, as the
ground is not froen. The fun of sleigh
riding, i at present, we opine, more in
name than reality. Young America
has had a glorious time .now-balling,
and victimized every John Chinaman
that showed hinicll on the street.
The now must be very deep high up
in the mountains ami should it go oil'
with a warm rain, we would be visited
with an tiiipreccdcntcdly disastrous
Ai-i:u -iiii: P.vitiv. The ball at the
Madam's, on the 'J 1st, was a line nll'air,
ami, notwithstanding the bad weather,
a large company of guests were assem
bled to take part in the festivities ol
the occasion. The .Madam give an
other party on the 1 Hi. of February,
and siy site will be belter prepared to
minister to the cot. libit of her guests
than on the '.'1st. All should make up
their mind to go for Valentine will be
the ruling Saint, and a gay timu will be
at the Wilbur Academy,
came oil' on the Hlth, 17th ami 1Mb
luts. Tlie exhibition wa on tlieeveu
iug of the 1Mb. The examination was
particulaily interesting, on account of
the number ami variety of the subjects
embraced in the studies of the term
Midler ,t Hreutauo have succeeded
in supplying the great demand made
by the llood, and still have left a large
stock of mining implement, groceii'cs,
drygoods, and supplies ol all kinds.
(Jive them a call,
At Wilbur, January 11th, by Hev.
T. F. Iloyal, Mr. James P.Sutherlin to
Miss hlia J. Kvan.
'pm: iwitTsniirfiiii" Tii:iiKini;nin: kx
u n.,."l,5i",' .''',:,; "?'"" nt "McLioiuiiiii. ,
UU I till il.iv dl-nhul ,y ,nw f,,,,,,,,!.
Hi i..!i.,i jilll Im) coutliiui-d.MtlieoM
lioid, liy lii'r Wall
TIllW llllll-llll'll III Unl ....l.ll I .,.
, ...'imiiiii a nnn win
lrm conw r.THHr.1 l.m,,., ,y ,,, "tflH"'
l.i bur naitv u III r...i.., i ...'... .. '""
cumitu of tliu lutu nrm, "
, A. r.vy.xi.i,.
Jncksnnvlllf, Jun, It, lf)t7. j2Cw4
rpO WHOM IT MAYCONCKRN'i
All pi'Wns nrn warncl not to clve cmllt to
..Mount. .. er ll.l iluti-. I ,y ,,,,
..It.-coMlriicllMK. U.S. ItKllKNAl'.
W lllmr, Orfii., Dec. V.I. lSiiti. Wi
T1!," ,u'"''0.AN. KSPKOIALLV
A nil p-tMins wliithivi-lfri'iiiinrt. .ruiisit-inl
iw.il m .HI, WKLI.S. FAIUIO A- CO irr
iiouflisl ll..t u coi...iII,ii ,.f ii.i,.r,M(,H,
CO..ANI TIIK AMKUICAN KXIM KSS
Lll.lliS lOKin n MV. Illlll lunn -IT ,....!
Clwrirr unititnl by tl,u TerriinrUI L-KW
lure f. ColoriHlo, nml Unit nil tins nt-Mlnrcio
nre .lone l.y i-lllN-r of thna Cnmpu..le wist of
he li,.nrl Rlffr, or l,sm, Ncw York
Biin r rtrcisco ami the Chin.. SM.. will ,c"p
CO., unJer the Act or InrorporniloiireferrtJ
,0' ., I-OUIH McUno
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A HOI. I. lln'lr ri'itulnr cnminiiiitrllo.ii
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Notice to Stockholders.
Tiik FTnrk'iiouii'us of Tin: oni.
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iilvtolinviilhiipiirclm-e money fur inirvM
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January 10. 1B67. J1!J"
Physician & Surgeon,
Offlco at hli renldkncc, la tho QM Overbock
lloipltk), on Orcfion Street.