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Taxi Principal and Interest are payable in Gold; Deno

mirations: Coupons, $100 to $1,000 ; Registered, $100 to For passage, freight, or information apply at Company's

undersigned Commissioners on Stock Subscriptions give $10,000 offices,

public notice for and in behalf of the Directors, and of *ANDS FOR BONDS. Northern Pacific 7-30's are at 19 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. such Company, that Books of Subscription for the Capital

a' times receivable at ten per cent. above par, in excbange J. H. SPARKS, Agent.

or the Company's Lands, at their lowest cash price. Stock thereof will be opened on WEDNESDAY, the This renders them practically Interest-bearing Land War.

TWENTY-EIGUITI DAY OF JUNE instant, at the fol- rante,
INDIANAPOLIS,

SINKING FUND. The proceeds of all sales of Lands lowing places in this City, viz.:

are required to be devoted to the re-purchase and cancel. At the Banking-House of

lation of the Firet Mortgage Bonds oi the Company. The Bloomington, and Western

Land Grant of the Roud exceeds Fifty Million Acres. DUNCAN, SHERMAN & CO., No. 11 NASSAU ST,

This immense Sinki g Fund will undoubtedly cancel the 8 PER CENT. At the Banking-House of the

principal of the Company's bonded debt before it falls due. BANK OF THE METROPOLIS, No. 31 UNION SQ.

With their ample securiry and high rate of interest, there Convertible Mortgage Bonds.

is no investment, accessible to the people, which is more The Company is authorized to construct two Viaduct profitable or eafe.

EXCHANGING U. S. FIVE-TWENTIES. The success Railways or branches through the City of New York, on

of the New Government 5 per cent. Loan will compel the At present prices, these Bonds afford a fair security and

the east and west sides thereof, from a common starting- early surrender of United States 6 per cents. Many holdlarger interest than any Bonds on finished roads now point at or near Chambers Street, between Broadway and ers of Five-Twenties are now exchanging them for Northoffered in our market. For sale by Chatham Street; also across the Harlem River and

ern Pacific Seven-Thirties, thus realizing a handsome

profit, and greatly increasing their yearly income. through Westchester County; with power to build addi. OTHER SECURITIES. All marketable Stocks and THOMAS DENNY & CO., BANKERS, tional lines of railway or branches, from time to time, in Bonds will be received at their highest current prioe in

exchange for Northern Pacific Seven-Thirties. Express any part of the City or Westchester County. The property 39 WALL STREET.

charges on Money or Bonds received, and on Seven-Thiracquired by the Company is prempted from taxes and assess- ties sent in return, will be paid by the Financial Agents. ments during lhe period allowed for the fl al completion of

Full information, maps, pamphlets, etc., can be obtained BACK AGAIN! the railua', in this city. The Mayor, Aldermen, and Com

on application at any agency, or from the undersigned.

For sale by
THE OLD BUSINESS. monalty of New York are authorized and directed, with

JAY COOKE & CO., the approval of the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, "Mr. Peter K. Deyo, for many years an advertising to subscribe for five millions of dollars of the Stock of the

PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, AND WASHINGTON Agent for the Tribune,' bas returned, and will resume

Company, whenever one million of dollars thereof has Financial Agents Northern Pacific Railroad Company his old business of General Advertising Agent. His been subscribed for by private parties. THIS CONDI

By Banks and Bankers generally throughout the country. TIONAL AMOUNT

OF

STOCK HAS health was very much impaired, and he has only quite

BEEN lately recovered suficient strength and energy to warrant

WHOLLY SUBSCRIBED FOR AND TAKEN BY

THE DIRECTORS OF THE COMPANY. On the his friends in hoping that he may reboild the business

TO LET-IN BROOKLYN. which he left to enlist for the war. We wish him the

completion of either of the lines of railway to the line of fullest success."--N. Y. Daily Tribune, January 13, 1869. Westchester County, the Supervisors of that County are

Two very pleasant houses, in complete authorized to issue the bonds of the County to such PETER K. DEYO, Advertising Agent,

amount as the Supervisors shall deem expedient, to aid in order, with improvements and conve7 Beekman Street, New York City.

the construction and extension of the railway in and niences, at a moderate rental.

through that County. For the proper equalization of the I have had in use for the past four months a Doty interest of shareholders who may subscribe and pay in They are situated in Ilalsey Street Washing Machine and Universal Wringer, and I am free moneys at different times, the Directors are authorized to

(Nos. 249, 251), near Tompkins Avenue, to say that nothing has ever been more useful in my issue scrip for interest on such payments, payable out of household. The finest as well as the coarsest fabrics are the earnings.

within a short distance of both Fulton washed and wrung without the slightest injury. In my

The terms of Subscription will be as follows:

Avenue and Greene Avenue cars, Only opinion, every housekeeper with these two articles will bave in three months, in time and labor, more than their

TEN PER CENT of the amount of Stock subscribed families without children of a destructive cost. I wonld not be without one at any price.-Cam

for, to be paid in cash at the time of subecription. The bridge Democrat.

residue to be paid as called for by the Board of Directors age need apply.
on a notice of thirty days, but no call at any one tiine to

CHAS. L. CONDIT,
WILLARD FELT & CO.,
exceed ten per cent.

Office of "THE NATION,"
Scrip for interest at the rate of seven per cent. per annum

3 Park Place, New York. earnings of the Railway on all instalments paid on Stock Book Manufacturers, subscribed for within thirty days after the Subscription

T.C. SELLEW,
Books shall be opened,

DESKS,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FRENCH AND

The Company reserves the right to close the Subscrip-
ENGLISU STATIONERY,
tion Books at any time after the twenty-ninth day of July,

OFFICE AND LIBRARY FURNITURE, DEPOT OF LAROCHE, JOUBERT, LACROIX & CO.'s

103 Fulton Street, New York.
By order of the Board of Directore,
PANCY AND PLAIN PAPER,

ALEXANDER T. STEWART, Commissioners in behalf
JOEN JAC. B ASTOR,

BANKS AND OFFICES FITTED UP. 47 and 49 Liberty Street (opposite Post-office),

LEVI P. MORTON,

of the Company. NEW YORK New York, June 16, 1871.

THE NATION Press, 27 Roux STREET, NEW YORK.

IN

Stationers, Printers, and Blank will be issued by the Company, payable out of the first

1871.

VOL. XIII.-- NO. 315.

THURSDAY

JULY 13. leri.

FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUX
TWELVE CENTS PER Cory.

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THE WEEK..
17 * CORRESPONDENCE:

S. G. & G. C. WARD,

A Last Word for Mr, Cheney.. EDITORIAL ARTICLES :

NOTES....

25 The Great Land Question.

Forsyth's Novelsand Novelists of the Eighteenth Cen. * Radicals " and Conservative

BAHING BROTHERS COMPANY 21 nury Stimulants

28

68 Wall Street, New York. England. - Brotgham-Grote The Ballot in Ireland. 22 The Magazines for July.

29 France and Paris.. 23 BOOKS OF THE WEEK...,

31

28 State Street, Boston,
Tom: - Hire 10 ure per annum, in advance : Clergymen, Four Dollars. * Remittancce at the risk of the sub-
scriber, anless made by draft, check, P.D. money order, or registered letter.

M: K. JESUP & Co.,
The date u crpiration of each subscription is indicated on the printed label, WHICH BY TURNS IS A RECEIPT AND
ABILI.. A delay of more than three months in generving subscriptions will endanger their continuance.

69. LIBERTY (NEAR NASSAU STREET),
ADDRESS, PUBLISHER OF "THE NATION," BOX 6739, NEW YORK,
PUBLIBING OFFICE, 3 PARK PLACE.

BANKERS AND MERCHANTS,

Railroad securities negotiated, and all business con BROWN BROTHERS & CO.,

nected with the cunstruction and equipment of railways BANKERS,

andertaken 59 WALI. STREET,

PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, AND WASHINGTON. I DUE COMÀ ERCIAL AND TRAVELLERS' CREDITS

Dealers in Government Securities.

DUNN BROTHERS,
Interest allowed on Deposite. Collections made on all

BANKERS,
THIS COUNTRY AND ABROAD.
points. Stocks and Bonds bought and sold on Commis-

51 and 53 SDUTY THIRD STREET, Philadelphia. sion.

Deal in Commercial Paper, make Collections, allow In

terest on Deposito, draw on The Union Bank of LonMORTON, BLISS & CO..

AMES ROBB, KING & CO.,
& ,

don,' and issue Circular Letters of Credit on Mesars. BANKERS,

BANKERS,

Bowles Bros. & Co., London and Paris.

56 WALL STREET, 80 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK, ligue UIRCULAR NOTES (ested and paid free of com

ISSUE LETTERS 01 CREDIT for TRAVELLERS, avali. WINSLOW, LANIER & Co., aisalon, and LETTERS OF CREDIT for TRAVELLEKS, able in all parts of Earope, etc., etc., through the

BANKERS, aleo COMMRCIAL CREIXTS, available in ALL PARTS

CITY BANK, LONDON, or OF THE WORLD, on

Jayne CIRCULAR CREDITS for use of TRAVELLERS 10

Messrs. IIOTTINGUER & CO., of Paris,
MORTON RO & Co., Bartholomew flouse, London
Also COMMERCIAL CREDITS and DRAFTS on LON-

EUROPE.
DON, PARIS, and SCOTLAND.

INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
DUNCIN, SHERMAN & Co.,

ALVANCER made on Consignments. STOCKS and
RITIS,
BONS hought and sold ou Comisia,

OGDEN, SHELDON & SCUDDER,

R2 LAKE Strey Caicien
OPB 0) (AVA) VAX . Inc.,
Ilboui, C.SAVUVI CO.,

7irty-five Years! Erperince in Western Retate. Issue CIRCULAR NOTES AND LETTERS OF CREDIT

58 EXCHING PLICE,

Long or short investnenie at bigh rates of interest, with *f» THAVELLE103, available in all the PRINCIPAL

Bay and ill Gold, Governnents, and all other securities. gordial site or other Hernritv. C TIES OF THE WORLD.

Coupen Mort maye Nisted, the inost proiable and sales Male Collections at all pointe,

securities in the market

Heliable and Town Bonds for eale.
TELEGRAPHIC TRANSFERS t money made to Letters of Calit for Travellers available in Cuba,
BE HOPE OF CALIFORNIA, on .vorable tenne.

ALLOW INTEREST ON DEPosiTA.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.

G, S. IUBBARD, JR. ROBERT N. JACKSON. KIDDER, PEABODY & Co.,

IIBBARD & JACKSON, BOWLES BROTHERS & CO.,

40 STATE STREET, BOSTON,

REAL ESTATE AND INVESTING AGENTS, PAKIS, LUNDUN, BOSTON, 19 WILLIAM STREET, NEW YORK,

RANKERS.

121 DEARBORN STREET, CHICAGO, ILL. CREDITS roti TRAVELLERS

Exchanze on London, Paria Amsterdam, Frankfort, We make a specialty of Lonning on Real Estate and

Beha, Cologne, 1.8lovur, flambir., Bremen, Leipzig, the purchase of lal Estate Securities,
IN EUROPE

Driver, Hich, Anruby, Stanimirt, aud Montreal
EXCHANGE ON PARIS, AND THE TNION BANK OF Also, Gold Saeks, Borda, etc., bought and sold. Lettera

LONDON,
IS TO ST IT.

CO,
of Creation

E. W. CLARK & Co.,
AGENT: FOR "THE NAMEN IN FLANOR.

BANKERS,
JOIN S. KENNEDY, PIENRY M. BAKER, JOAN S. BARNES.

PEILADELPHIA, 1. OOTE & FRENCH.

S. KENNEDY & CO.,

DEALERS IN GOVERNMENT SECURITIES
BANKERS,
J.

STOCK, NOTE, AND GOLD Brokers,
BANKERS AND MERCHANTS.
CONGRESS ST., BC TON.

INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. Dealers in Government Securities state, Conrty, and

41 Cedar Street, New York, City Bonds. Almo. Sterling Frchenre drawn by Jay Cooke & (0., on Jay Cooks, Mci ulioch & Co., London, in eams importars and Dealers in bist brands of English sud LEE, HIGGINSON & Co.,

STOK AND NOTE BROKERS, and ai datea to suit. Commerciul Credits and dichiar

American IRON AND STFEL RAILS, Steel Tirus, Lettors for 'Travellers freud, available in all parte of Ea- Beemer Pigion, etc.

10 STATE STREET, BOSTON, rope.

Conpon and Dividends collected and proceede remittori,

Stocks and Bond- bonght and sold at tbe Exchanges of

New York, Philadelphia, and Boston. and all businerd conected with the construction and Particular ailevation given to the securities of the Chi. JOHN MUNROE & CO., BANKERS, equipment of Railroad- undertaken.

caya, Burlington)and Quinny R. R., Michigan Cinural

R R., and their 100 ant rauchen
8 WALL STILET, NEW YORK,
Laxne,Cirenlar Lutter ( Cedit for Traveilers, and Draw SECURITY

Logg BY ROBBERY, YIRE, OR CHASE & HIGGINSON,
Bon

ACCIDENT.

BROKERS IN STOCKS AND RAILROID BONDS
MONROB
U..

X). 6 BiROAD STRE T.
?hre BE, Paris,

Buy and sell the Birth olibe follow *** Raivoite: Che ALFYLDERS, (('XLITFEW & CO.

CU), Burton, and Query R. R an, bin-Set « Lombard Street, London,

SAFE DEPIT COMPANY,

Bunlaon Tairi Ri

(in lon) D). Con Dedo in VBK4) - pogon.

liv: 4 OF POIADEMA.

kiner, it Serdi, bid PR-101, DE, devet In their New Mubie Firt->Buiding, 829 and 29) 1107th, Lazime, and are in RR

(vinat stret

YAPITAL, $1,60,00, of which 700, AX is paid.
D'URANCE SCRIP,

K. JAMISON & CO.,
Redive for wyle keeping onder garantie, Conntag B.
Beyneb 8, Para, toin. De and Vw

BANKERS,
AND

anila of vary Descriptorado Al Tantsules in their
FIXK AND MARINE INSURANCE STOCK,
Barzlar-praordinai $. 1 to $15 year, acoding to

PAUADELPHIA. mize. Interest owed i. money deposits. 'Trasla ot 46 PUNK STREET, OUEX KR OF WIJAN BTKKAT, every kind raid we excraica

Tranancin gepest Banking and Xicheng, basirena, in

N. B! BROWNE, PRAST. cinang lucha aud Dosle of stocks, Bossue. (uid, cur
New York.
ROBERT PATTERSON. Szo and TREAB.

Como ob

FROM

TIE FIDELITY INSURANCE, TRUST, AND

WILLIAM C. GILMAN

DZALIR DR

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