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B. T. BABBITT’S LION COFFEE!

I am putting into the Market a superior article of

PURE COFFEE

Hermetically Roasted, Ground, and
Sealed in One-Pound Cans.

I WILL GIVE ONE OUNCE OF GOLD for every ounce of adulteration found in my Coffee.

For the first Six Months I shall put THREE $1 GREENBACKS In every Box of Sixty Pounds (that is, three cans in

each box will contain à Dollar-bill).

In the usual way of roasting you can smell the Coffee a long distance from the mill while roasting, which proves that there is a very large percentage of the aroma or flavor lost, which is the richest and best part of the Coffee. This Aroma or Flavor I save,

I have patented a new Roasting Machine, whereby the Coffee is Hermetically (without change of air) Roasted, Ground, and Sealed in cans; consequently, every particle of the Aroma is saved. My manner of roasting gives the Coffee a rich, glossy appearance, produced by condensing the aroma. This brings the Coffee to its highest state of perfection.

I can, with confidence, recommend this Coffee as being strictly pure, and from fifteen to twenty per cent. stronger in Aroma than any other pure Coffee. It needs only one trial to become permanently used in every family that appreciates a good cup of Coffee.

B. T. BABBITT, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 72 & 74 Washington St.

NEW YORK.
For Sale Everywhere.

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'UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT,

December 15th, 1867.

THE EXECUTIVE.
ANDREW JOHNSON, of Tennessee, President of the United States.......
BENJAMIN F. WADE, of Ohio, President pro tempore of the Senate.....

..Salary $25,096

8,000

THE CABINET.
WILLIAM H. SEWARD, of New York, Secretary of State..
HUGH MCCULLOCH, of Indiana, Secretary of the Treasury:
ULYSSES S. GRANT, of Illinois. Secretary of War (ad interim).
GIDEON WELLES, of Connecticut, Secretary of the Navy....
ORVILLE H. BROWNING, of Illinois, Secretary of the Interior.
HENRY STANBERY, of Ohio, Attorney-General.
ALEXANDER W. RANDALL, of Wisconsin, Postmaster-General.

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THE JUDICIARY.

SUPREME COURT OF TIIE UNITED STATES. SALMOX P. CHASE, of Ohio, Chief Justice..

...Salary $6,500 NATHAN CLIFTORD, of Maine, Associate Justice. | DAVID DAVIS, of Illinois. Associate Justice, SAMUEL NELSON, oi N. Y.,

Noah H. SWAYNE, of Ohio, ROBERT C. GRIER, of Penn.,

SAMUEL F. MILLER, of Iowa.“ JAMES M. WAYNE, of Ga.,

STEPHEN J. FIELD, of Cal. Salary of Associate Justices, $6,000. Court meets first Monday in December, at Washington.

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MINISTERS TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES.
ENVOYS EXTRAORDINARY AND MINISTERS PLENIPOTENTIARY.
Country.
Capital.
Ministers.

Salary: When app'd.
Austria
Vienna...

$12,000....1867 Brazil. .Rio Janeiro James Watson Webb, N.Y.

12,000....1861 Chili

Santiago
Judson Kilpatrick, NJ..

10,000... 1865 China

Pekin.
..Anson Burlingame, Mass,

12,000....1861 France.

Paris
John A. Dix, N. Y.

17,500... 1866 Great Britain

.London.
Charles Francis Adams, Mass

17,500....1861 Italy,

Florence
George P. Marsh, Vt...

12.000.. 1861 Mexico

.Mexico

Edward Lee Plumb (Charge d'Affaires)12,000....1867 Peru

.Lima
.A. P. Hovey, Ind...

10,000. ... 1865 Prussia

Berlin
.George Bancroft, Mass.....

12,000... 1867 Russia St. Petersburg ....Cassius M. Clay, Ky.

12.000....1863 Spain

Madrid
.........John P. Hale. KH..

12,000....1865 MINISTERS RESIDENT. Argentine Republic Buenos Ayres ..... Alexander Asboth, Mo..

7,500....1866 Belgium

Brussels
.Henry S. Sanford, Conn.

7,500....1861 Bolivia La Paz...

7,500....1863 Costa Rica..

San Jose..
Albert G. Lawrence, R. I.

7,500... 1866 Denmark Copenhagen George H. Yeaman, Ky.

7,500. 1865 Ecuador Quito

7,500....1866 Guatemala Guatemala Fitz Henry Warren, Iowa.

7,500....1865 Hawaiian Islands Honolulu Edward M. McCook, Ohio.

7,500....1866 Honduras.. .Comayagua .R. H Rousseau, Ky

7,500....1866 Japan

Yedo..

Robert B. Van Valkenburgh, N. Y. 7,500....1866 Netherlands

Hague
Hugh Ewing, Kansas

7,500.. 1866 U.S. of Colombia.... Bogota. Peter J. Sullivan, Ohio

7,500... 1867 Nicaragua

Nicaragua.
Andrew B. Dickinson, N Y.

7,500....1863 Paraguay

Asuncion
Charles A. Washburne, Cal.

7,500....1861 Portugal ...

.Lisbon
James E. Harvey, Pa...

7,500....1861 Sweden and Norway.... Stockholm ... .Joseph J. Bartlett, N.Y..

7,500 ...1867 Switzerland

..Berne
George Harrington, D.C.

7,500. .1865 Turkey Constantinople....Edward Joy Morris. Pa..

7,500....1861 Venezuela...........

....Caraccas
........ Thomas A. Stilwell, Ind.

7,500....1867
MINISTERS RESIDENT AND CONSULS GENERAL.
Hayti...
..Port-au-Prince ....

7,500....1865 Liberia .Monrovia .John Seya, Tenn...

4,000.... 1866

XLth CONGRESS. First Session began March 4, 1867, immediately on the expiration of the XXXIXth Congress. The Second Session began on the first Monday of December,

1867. SENATE.

BENJAMIN F. WADE, of Ohio, President. JOHN W. FORNEY, of Pennsylvania, Secretary.

Of those in the Senate on the 1st of December, 1867, there were Republicans (in Roman), 42; Democrats (in Italics) (Thomas not sworn in), 11. Whole number of Senators, Dec. 2, 1867, 53. Whole number, in a tull Senate, including Southern States, 76. The figures before the name indicate the year in which on the 3d March) the term of the Senator expires. CALIFORNIA.

OHIO,
Term Ex.
Senator.
Home Post Ofice. Term Ex.

Senator,

Home Post Ofice. 1869 John Conness

Sacramento. 1369 Benjamin F. Wade......Jefferson. 1873 Cornelius Cole.. .......Santa Cruz.

1873 Jobn Sherman ........Mansfield. CONNECTICUT.

OREGON. 1869 James Dixon...

Hartford.

1871 George H. Williams... Portland. 1873 Orris S. Ferry..... .. Norwaik.

1873 Henry W. Corbett ......Portland. DELAWARE.

PENNSYLVANIA. 1871 Willard Saulxiury Georgetown. 1869 Charies R. Buckalew ... Bloomsburgh. 1873 James A. Buyard ....... Wilmingto.. 1973 Simon Cameron.........Harrisburgu. ILLINOIS.

RHODE ISLAND 1871 Richard Yates ..Jacksonville, 1869 William Sprague

....

Providence. 1873 Lyman Trumbull.......Chicago.

1871 Henry D. Anthony. Providence. INDIANA.

TENNESSEE. 1869 Thomas A. Hendricks... Indianapolis.

1869 David T. Patterson..... Greenville, 1873 Oliver P. Morton .ladianapolis 1371 Joseph S. Fowler....... Nashvillo. IOWA.

VERMONT. 1871 James W. Grimes....... Lurlington. 1869 George F. Edmunds.. Burlington, 1873 James Starlau ....... Mount Pleusant. 1873 Justin S. Morrill........Stratford. KANSAS.

WEST VIRGINIA. 1871 Edmund G. Ross.. Lawrence.

1869 Peter G. Van Winkle... Parkersburgh, 1873 Samuel C. Pomeroy .... Atchisoi..

1871 Waitman T. Willey.. ..Morgantown. KENTUCKY.

WISCONSIN. 1871 James Guthrie

.Louisville.

1967 Timothy 0. Howe. Green Bay. 1873 varret Duvis... Paris.

1SOJ Jimes R. Doolittle...... Racine. MAINE. 1869 Lot M. Morrill. Augusta.

NOT YLT ADMITTED. 1871 Wm. Pitt Fessenden....Poruland.

ALABAMA.
MASSACHUSETTS.

1867 George S. IIouston Huntsville, 1869 Charles Sumner. Boston.

1871 Lewis E. Parsons....... Talladega. 1871 Henry Wilson... Natick.

ARKANSAS.
MARYLAND.

1867 E. Baxter

Batesville, 1869 Rererdy Johnson Baltimore.

1871 William D. Snow....... Pine Diui. 1873 Philip Francis Thomas, Baltimore.

COLORADO.
MICHIGAN.

Jerome B. Chaffee... Central City 1869 Zachariah Chandier....Detroit.

John Evans

.Denver. 1871 Jacob M. Howard ......Detroit.

FLORIDA.
MINNESOTA.

1807 William Marvin.. .Key West. 1869 Alexander Ramsey St. Paul.

1871 Wilkerson Call

.Tallahassee. 1871 Daniel S. Norton Winonu.

GEORGIA.

1567 Herschel V. Johnson ... Louisville. MISSOURI. 1869 John B. Henderson..... Louisiana.

1871 Alexander II. Stephens.Crawfordsville, 1873 Charles D. Drake...... St. Louis.

LOUISIANA.

1867 R. King Cutler....... .New Orleans. NEBRASKA.

1371 Michael Hahn...... Now Orleans. John M. Thayer.. Omaha,

MISSISSIPPI. Thomas W. Tipton......Brownsville.

1867 Wm. L. Sharkey

......Jackson. NEVADA.

1871 J. L. Alcorn... 1869 Wm. M. Stewart. ..Nevada City.

NORTH CAROLINA. 1873 James W. Nye ..........Carson Citý. 1867 John Pool

.Goldsboro.

1371 William A. Graham....Hillsboro. NEW HAMPSHIRI. 1871 Aaron H. Cragin .....Lebanor.

SOUTH CAROLINA. 1873 James W. Patterson....Hanover.

1867 John L. Manning....... Columbia.

1971 Benjamin F. Perry.....Greenville. NEW JERSEY.

TEXAS. 1869 Frederick T. Frelinghuysen.Newark.

0. M. Roberts.

Tyler.
1871 Alexander G. Cattell
........Camden.

David G. Burnett ....... Galveston,
NEW YORK.

VIRGINIA.
1869 Edwin D. Morgan New York City. 1867 John C. Underwood.... Alexandria.
1873 Roscoe Conkling .... Utica.

1871 Joseph Segar

Fortress Monroe.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

SCHUYLER COLFAX, of South Bend, Indiana, Speaker. EDWARD MCPHERSON of Gettysburg, Penn, Clerk. [Republicans in Roman, 143; Democrats in Italics, 49; whole number admitted, Dec. 15, 1867, 183. Whole number of members wien all the States are fully represented, 243. Those marked with a star (*) were members of the last preceding (XXXIXin) Congress. † Seats contested. One vacancy-8th Ohio. CALIFORNIA.

4. *Francis Thomas

.Frankville. 1 Samuel B. Axtell.. .San Francisco. 5 Frederick Stone...... ..Port Tobacco. 2 * William Fligby. ..Calaveras. 3 James A. Johnson.... Downieville.

MASSACHUSETTS.
CONNECTIOUT.

1 *Thomas D. Eliot New Bedford. 1 Richard D. Iubburu ....Hartford.

2 *Oakes Ames.

North Easton. % Julius Hotchkiss .Middletown. 3 Ginery Twichelı.. .Brookline. 3 Henry H. Starkweather.Norwich.

4 *Samuel Hooper

Boston. 4 + William H. Burnum .....Lakeville.

5 Benjamin F. Butler Gloucester. DELAWARE.

6 *Nathaniel P. Banks. Waltham, 1 * John A. Nicholson....... Dover

7 George S. Boutwell .....Groton.

8 *John D. Baldwin.. Worcester. ILLINOIS.

9 * William B. Washburn... Greentield. 1 Norman B. Judd........Chicago.

.Pittstield. 2 *John F. Fardsworth ....St. Charles.

10 * Lienry L. Dawes...... 3 *Elihu B. Washburne.... Galena.

MICHIGAN. 4 *Abner C. Harding Monmouth.

1 *Ternando C. Beaman....Adrian. 5 *Ebon C. Ingersoll .......Peoria.

2 *Charles Upson....

Coldwater. 6 *Burton C. LOOK...... ..Ottawa.

3 Austin Blair

.Jackson. 7 *Henry P. H. Bromwell ..Charleston.

4 *Thomas W. Ferry Grand Haven, 8 *Shelby M. Callom Springtiela.

5 *Rowland E. Trowbridge.Birmingham. 9 * Lewis W. R088 ..

Lewiston,

6 *John F. Driggs ...East Saginaw. 10 Albert G. Burr Winchester.

MINNESOTA. 11 * Samuel S. Marshall McLeansboro'. 1 *William Windom.. Winona. 12 *Jehu Baker

..Belleville.

2 *Ignatius Donnelly. Hastings. 13 Green B. Raum

Harrisburg.
..Carbondale.

MISSOURI.
At large-John A. Logan

1 +William A. Pile.... .St. Louis. INDIANA.

2 Carmau A. Newcomb .Tunnel. 1 * William E. Niblack...... Vincennes.

3 James R. McCormick.... 2 * Michael C. Kerr'... New Albany. 4 Joseph J. Gravelly...... Stockton. 3 Morton C. Hunter Bloomington. 5 "Joseph W. McClurg. ..Linn Creek. 4 William S. Holman.. Aurora.

6 *Robert T. Van Horn Kansas City. 5 *George W. Julian .Centreville.

7 *Benjamin F. Loan.. St. Joseph. 6 John Coburn..

.Indianapolis. 8 * John F. Benjamin .Shelbyville. 7 *Henry D. Washburn. Clinton.

9 *tGeorge W. Anderson... Louisiana. 8 *Godlove S. Orih.. .Lafayette.

NEBRASKA. 9 *Schuyler Colfax. .South Bend.

1 John Taffe

Omaha. 10 William Williams.. Warsaw. 11 John P. C. Shanks... ..Jay Court House.

NEVADA,

1 *Delos R. Ashley .Virginia City. IOWA. 1 *James F Wilson... Fairfield.

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 2 *Hiram Price..

.Davenport.
1 Jacob H. Ela...

Rochester. 3 * William B. Allison Dubuque.

2 Aaron F. Stevens. .Nashua. 4 William Lougbridge ....Oskaloosa.

3 Jacob Benton...

.Lancaster. 5 Granville M. Dodye ..Council Bluffs.

NEW JERSEY. 6 * Asahel W. Hubbard .....Sioux City.

1 William Moore.. May's Landing. KANSAS.

2 Charles Haight

Freehold. 1 *Sidney Clarke.... .Lawrence.

3 * Charles Sitgreaves.. .Philipsburg.
4 John Hill..

Boonton,
KENTUCKY.

5 George A. Halsey Newark,

Paducah. 1 * Lawrence S. Trimble .. 2 +John Youny Brown Henderson.

NEW YORK 3 Jacob S. Goladay .... .Allensville,

1 *Stephen Taber

Roslyn. 4 J. Proctor Knott

,Lebanon.

2 Dema: Barnes. .Brooklyn. 5 Asa P. Grover

Owenton.

3 William E. Robinson 6 Thomas L. Jones... .Newport.

4 John Fox...

.New York. 7 James B. Beck... ..Lexington.

5 John Morrissey 8 George M. Adams .Barbourville.

6 Thomas E. Stewart.. 9 John D. Young ..Owingsville.

7 * John W. Chanler

8 James Brooks MAINE.

9 Fernando Wood. 1 *John Lynch..

Portland.

10 William H. Robertson...Bedford. 2 *Sidney Perham

.Paris. 3 *James G. Blaine..

11 Charles H. Van Wyck... Middletown. Augusta.

12 * John H. Ketcham. ..Dover. 4 John A. Peters .Bangor.

13 Thomas Cornell.. .Rondout. 5 *Frederick A. Pike.. .Calais.

14 John V. L. Pruyn. .Albany. MARYLAND

15 * John A. Griswold.. .Troy. 1** Hiram Mc Cullough

Elkton.
16 Orange Ferris..

Glenn's Falls. 2 Stevenson Archer

Belair.

17 *Calvin T. Hulburd ..Brasher Falls. 3 * Charles E. Phelps

Baltimore.

18 *James M. Marvin.. .Saratoga Springs.

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19 William C. Fields Lanrens.
20 *Addison H. Latiin ...Herkiiner.
21 Alexander H. Bailey.. .Ronie.
22 John C. Churchill Oswego.
23 Dennis McCarthy .Syracuse.
24 *Theodore M. Pomeroy .. Auburn.
25 Williain 1. Kelsey .Geneseo.
26 William S. Lincoln...... Owego.
27 *Hamilton Ward.

.Belmont. 28 Lewis Selye

Rochester. 29 *Burt Van Horn

Lockport. 30 * James M. Humphrey. .Buffalo. 31 *Henry Van Aernam .Franklinville.

OFIO. 1 *Benjamin Eggleston.....

Cincinnati. 2 Samuel F. Cary 3 *Robert C. Schenck. .Dayton. 4 * William Lawrence Bellefontaine. 5 William Mungen. Findlay. 6 *Reader W. Clarke... .Batavia. *Samuel Shellabarger.. .Springfield. 8 (Vacancy, 9 *Ralph P. Buckland ...... Fremont. 10 *James M. Ashley.... Toledo. 11 John T. Wilson.. Tranquillity. 12 Philadelph Van Trump.. Lancaster. 13 George W. Morgan. .Mount Vernon. 14 *Martin Welker,

Wooster 15 *Tobias A. Plants. .Pomeroy. 16 * John A. Bingham. Cadiz. 17 *Ephraim R. Eckley. Carrollton. 18 Rufus P. Spalding. .Cleveland. 19 *James A. Gartield Hiram.

OREGON. 1 Rufus Mallory ... Salem,

PENNSYLVANIA. 1 * Samuel J. Randall. Philadelphia. 2 *Charles O'Neill 3 * Leonard Myers 4 *William D. Kelley 5 Caleb N. Taylor .Bristol. 6 * Benjamin M. Boyer Norristown. 7 *John M. Broomall. Media. 8 J. Lawrence Getz. Reading. 9 *Thaddeus Stevens. .Lancaster. 10 Henry L. Cake.. Tamaqua. 11 Daniel M. Van Auken... Milford. 12 George W. Woodward... Wilkesbarre. 13 *Ulysses Mercur. Towanda. 14 *George F. Miller, Lewisburg. 15 * Adam J. Glossbrenner..York. 16 * William H. Koontz......Somerset. 17 Daniel J. Morrell.. Johnstown. 18 *Stephen F. Wilson.. Wellsboro'. 19 *Glenni W. Scofield.. Warren. 20 Darwin A. Finney .Meadville. 21 John Covode..

.Lockport. 22 * James K. Moorhead. .Pittsburg. 23 *Thomas Williams. 24 *George V. Lawrence... Monongahela City.

RHODE ISLAND. 1 *Thomas A. Jenckes .....Providence. 2 *Nathan F Dixon ........ Westerly.

TENNESSEE, 1 Robert R. Butler. 2 * Horace Maynard Knoxville. 3 *William B. Stokes. .Liberty 4 James Mullins

Shelbyville. 5 John Trimble

.Nashville. 6 *Samuel M. Arnell Columbia. 7 * Isaac R. Hawkins ... ...Huntingdon. 8 David A. Nunn

Brownsville.

VERMONT. 1 *Frederick E. Woodbridge. Vergennes. 2 Luke P. Poland.. ....St. Johnsbury. 3 Worthington C. Smith ..St. Albans.

WEST VIRGINIA, 1 *Chester D. Hubbard..... Wheeling. 2 Bethuel M. Kitchen .....Martinsburg. 3 Daniel Polsley

.........Point Pleasant.

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