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WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1860.
them all. Ho loves
I, except the rascally
I a crying shame that
FmitteJ to remain asm
he consoles himself with
111 sweep will be made
I he is sure of it, for he
rntial conversation nith
Land howowiugly hints
pant rerelations which
very inortiiuc by that
fuss i little man, " the
the 1 resident's private
villi tt I se assurances, the
nakes himself quite easy,
in a pleasant calculation
taliius and other nnour-
tu tie snug little berth
-or Inmaell from the am-
eui," nu interest-
K " t , , L 1 tins rmr htt Vaiib, ........ .....
klld KblCU WO " n, ujMcatb, WVIJT wuru,
lomceR"1"1"? " oa being able to tell yon,
, tbl instant, cuo vriuo oi every ouice in uie
lit oi the Uov:rnracm, Irom an embassy down
i tltu of (r sooty inucioi who Keeps up me
tbteiraseq',nrcs in me gioomy vaults ot mo
ip'ilt. ' ln'8 T''0! lne "Man with a
alMOi'l Party1' spends a good dealof hia
aiic, bar-room at the JNutvonal; drinks
rytiody ; seems always irtjrreut glee t
LMnnallv, wviting a Iriend to." a drink."
ly deposites a small coin on the counter
L after the Christmas recess, a change
Ibver the geutlemnn: and his hopes, like
lt'd otato!, Feem to be the victims of
llis cost Ji seedier ana bis lace redder
Ufore, un(',iliere is a subdued expression
I ... 1 J I!- ...1 .u , 1 1 M
yes aim imcriip wuicu mo cieany inui-
I tne praucea oDserver, mat already bas
I' taelanclflr m&rkod blin fur her on I '
I now, inppearj, discovered some spots
1:13c (iinn sun. i no 1 resident 13 not
nercticn: whilst the heads of De
lta aii graceless ingrates, unworthy the
y scitilla of a patriot's regard. Still
rn' the ercat Democratic nartv
dwjis heurllelt attachment, and fur its
gam prepared to make every sacrifice
devotion, in proot ot the sincerity
Satition, he readily dcclures his will-
accept a mira rate tonsulsliiD nav.
istillturlher: the warden of the District
y has just vacated his distinguished
and our self-sacrificing gentleman
.promise bis " claim on the party"
ng, without a moment's delav. the
iierintcndeut of the manufacture of
w, it is proper to add, ho fiequents
moro than ever ; and is encaged
Aeerini? effort to negotiate a loan
artil Monday next tho last hope-
iavW ya mado with a poox devil
n titer, who has not possessed sunn
in the inauguration of General liar-
n, whoil he received that amount from the
ited Jeaier of the bip(l which played " Hail
umbia"'on the occasion, in consideration
- flaminit puff lu the Aic Fork i7traid..
Vs the stssion draws to a e- thVin
d ly of tjje " Man with a Claim oii ti" Party "
hii fairly( sunk down into n settle Ejection,
Htuering on aespair. jus coi "o I
triured Tij any painful eu"ott,to retain
titWmblajiceol dccencv.U uiicnoyerto
(dirremodiable seodiness; h( nie actfually
dees to buze in its fijry udnjss, lio M warn
iicbeoconon a treacherous ihorawrSnilst his
i't'1 look upon you with such . woyuegone ex
tension, tf.it, unless you are a iBispenser of
talionage, and of course witbo" any bowels,
you lire TrrSsistibly moved to conpassionate the
evidently U thinking wretch. '' curioud
to remark, that row he hao'S8 "bout the Cap
itol more thin e.er. Ho '"unta the lobby.of
tin Senate chamber " "". u"BrJ Buo,, ""a
when that hidy is iJ ecutive session he flits
,,,. .y ,'nJ fjrwards before the entrance,
and round bui round the winding corridor, as
if the openiug of the great folding doors was to
announce to him the sentence ot life or death.
And if you (hance to meet him, he will mutter
lnuiittuctiy something noout "nominations be
fore the Senate," and " better latethuu neer,''
and that "Senator is his sure friend."
Poor man I lie must know that his iinmo is
rot before the Senate ; and yet he is tormented
by n vague, dreamy hope that it is that all
tho proinibes he has received wi ro not meant
to be broken. And so with a quickened pace
and n tcverc d brain lie resumes his walk around
the corridor, lie becomes more resiles and
impatient every moment. Dark visions of the
past, and (till darkei visions of the futnre, come
crodiuj on his spirit. Wasted time precious
opportunities of welldoing lost forever self
respect degraded a thousand times principle
sacrilicid a family in rags a bankrupt in
health, fortune, ana reputation; and yet one
word, one little word, from tho proper source,
would make amends for all ouo paltry ap
pointment would at least avert for a little tune
the day of utter ruin 1 It has been promised a
hundred limes. I was promised that ery day
promiseu in the highest quarter. But the doors
" Well, well, my dear sir, do tell me was
that ncted on to-day?"
" Why, I am very sorry I did all I couldj
but you know the influence of the Secretary)
why, that lelhw from Maine has got it I "
'I he poor man does not say one word. He
steps out quite smartly into the rotunda, and,
walkine un to ono of the paintimrs, examines
it Ml over very closely, bit by bit. Then ho
walks slowly mm quite around, actually bum-
di 1.... f. I).., k I ...l. II. I- .in.
11 Ik liv, iy luiic. uui au I huu nut mil ue-
iiun the a'ouy wnniiir ine uicappoinicu
li( u bepgur no longer resists tho fuarliil con-
(Don tlittt Jio is a ruined mail. A crushing
HM of utter helplessness, at tt tho dome and
ill i of tho rotunda were slowly closing in upon
in urcrwIiVins him j and gasping for breath,
n oud hum ud bustle from the open doors of
Tho House of Ueprescntatives sounding in his
firs liku tho mocking laughter oi mo uenci, lie
ushes wildl down tho steps leading to the
asli rn portii o, and is lobt forover in tho turbid
Dream ot b' sled hopes, ruined fortune, and
roken char, ter, which flows from this rays-
.'nous city, owing broader and more turbid
car by year. '
aim yei mil rumen wreicu was unce u jirus
cm is man -i worthy head of a family, mid a
tel.l citiztnl M but was beloro tne evil hour
he obt-Jied "a claim upon the Parrel
"Party, i'i .w'jh thy huge raachinjry,
liiiiK bic'fKTiims in every: -rin,
w ' wr.sril.ui inikl m lu vuitjtiu
THE DEIIATES OF CO.VOItESS.
THE Dai!t Globe, containing the proceedings
of the next scpbIoji of Congress In newspa
per form, and the Congrimonal Qloht ami Ap
prndtz, containing them In bnnk form, re'lsed
by the speakers, will be printed by me during
the sesflbm to commence on the third of next
For one copy of (he Daily Olont until the first
day of next April, S3; for one copy of the Con
grtmonnl Glole and Appenda during the ses
The Congrmional Qloht and Appmdiz go free
through the malls.
No attention will be paid to any order, unless
the money accompany it.
-JOHX 0. MVE3.
Washington City, Ot-'lt,l860.
. rIE IT.VinN' WILIr IJTAKI, HO JIATTEU
WHO'B PRESIDENT I
C10NSEQUENTLY, I shall remain In Wash
l Ington, and continue to pursue my occu
pation of HOUSE, SIGN, and ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING. Gilding In ull Its branches. Old
GUilng promptly attended to. Painting and
Ornnmenting Cottage Furniture In the best
style. I also call attention to the Painting of
Roofi and Ilrlck Walls.
All of tho above I will do as cheap as the
cheupest. I therefore solicit the patronage of
my friends and fellow rltiiens of the District.
Punctuality strictly observed, and work done in
the best manner.
You will plese mind your flops, and stop at
M. T. PARKER'S Painting Establishment, No. 53 1
5311 53111 Louisiana avenue, north side, be
tween Sixth and Seventh streets.
P. S. Signs put up free of charge, as usual.
By the Day, Wttk, or Month, with or without
IY1 RS. M. A. MILLS, having taken and fitted
LVJ. up, in handsome style, that large and
pleasant bouse, No. 504 Pennsylvania avenue,
third door east of Third street, between the St.
Charles Hotel and Adams's Express Office, near
the Capitol andVallroid depot, Is now prepared
to accommodate Transient or Permanent Guests
with pleasant rooms, with or without Board.
SHERIFF. J. B. DAWSON.
SHERIFF & DAWSON,
Dealers in Coal, Wood, LimeptSand
"vrPlim .nnth nM. nt Pennnvlf ania avu.u.
PFICn sonth side of PennsvlfB,nla. ave,...
J between Third and Four-andV a-half streets
between Third and Four-and
Wharf and Mill, Four-and- UI
Four-and- ualf '" ""d
l"nL ' . , , , .
Every variety of Coal, uood, Lime, and Sand,
of the best qualities, lauding Stove and Kin
dllng Wood, constancy on band. nov 2ti
NEW AND SErpWD-lIAND FURNITURE AND
No 48fjsVm(n ttrtct, bttwttn D and E, IVaihina-
ton, u. u.
undersigned keeps on hand everything in
the House-Furslsbing line. Furniture re
tired and varnished at abort notice, and on rea
sonable terms. Se;ond-hand Furniture bought,
Id, or exchanged.
nov 26 R. B. REEVBS, Agent.
Seventh Street Crockery Depot,
383 Seventh ttrert, (uider Dortey'i Hotel,) " Siyn
of the I'lawt,' Wathtnjton, D. 0.
CROCKERY, GLins, Cutlery, Coal-Oil Lamps
Kerosene and G)al Oil, at lowest prices,
JOHN 11. ELVANS,
309 PENNSYLVANIA ' ,
Between Kinth n- .celt,
CO AC li rti uAUI.NCr HARDWARE,
BAR-IRON, STEEL, io.
Sias or tiie Ann and Uasiiiih.
nov 26 lmeod.
BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY.
riMlE subscriber has the pleasure of inlormlng
X his friends and former customers that be is
engaged in the Boot and Shoe mauuiacturing
business, with an entire new stock, such as
Melies' French Shoes, Gaiters, Slippers, Pumps,
4c, with a superior stock of Lemoines French
Calf-skius, and all other materials for the manu
facture of Oentlemen'i fine Boots and Short, pur
chased for CiiiA, and will be made up ny tho
best workmen, and sold at the Lowm Cash
Prices, for Cash only.
To my former patrons, It Is useless to 6; any
thing of my qualifications for the business I have
again embarked In. To them, and the public
generally, I will only say, I can at all tirai s be
tound at home, and ready to wait on them. The
one-price rule will be strictly adhered to. je
me a call. JOHN MILLS, Agent,
Fashionable Boot and Shoe-maker, No.
604 Pennsylvania avenue, between the
St. Charles Hotel and Adams's I i
press Office, formerly Ubder Bio n s
P. S. I have no Interest In, or connection w Is.
any other store than the one I am In, N'u
Pennsylvania avenue. J M
JOSEPH GERHARD'S, Oerraanla Hotel an'
Restaurant, No. 346 O street, between Four-and-a-half
and Sixth streets. nov 26
ON hand and for sale a large supply of
RED ASn COAL,
WHITE ASH COAL,
PINE WOOD, OAK WOOD, niCKORY WOOD
Terms cash, and prices reasonable.
R. W. BURR,
nov 26 4t Corner Seventh st. and Mass. at.
1EORGE P. GOFF,
Indiana uvenue and Second street,
AOUST OB Till S1LE Of AUERIC1N ADD rOBKlOY
So. G7 ouiii'ana av., opponte Bank of Wathinjton.
BAR, Shet, and Hoop Iron; Horse-shoe Iron,
Norway Nail Rods, Burden's Patent Horse
Shoes, Horse-jhrie Nails ; Cast, Shear, and blis
ter Steel ; Anvils, Bellows, and Vices ; Sheet
Lead, Bar Lead, and Lead Pipe; Leaded Roof.
Ing Tin ; n-ight Tin of all kinds ; Block Tin,
Zinc, and Copper; Iron, Brass, and Copper Wire.
Carriage Bows and Curtain Canvas, Hobs,
Spokes, Rims, and Axles, Locks, Hinges, Screws,
Nails, Brads, Sash Weights, Sash Cord, Pullejs,
Planes, Saws, Clilacls, Files, Boring and'Mortice
Machines, and Grindstones, Axcs,bhotcli, Spades,
IJEl'ui run. PLANT'S NEW PATENT
All at the lowest prices for Cash, or to punc
tual customers on short credit. nov 2G
RUGS, MATS, 4c.
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES ! !
11EKTS LUWQOOVS SELL CUEAl'l
Small Profits 1 1
CLOSING OUT THE WHOLX STOCK II!
PARLOR SETS, in Brocatclle and Hair;
Tete-a-tetet, Sofas, Chairs, and Rockers ;
Marble-top Tables, Washstands, and Bureaus;
Handsome Sots Chamber Furniture, Wardrobes,
Sideboards, Mattrasses, &c, all kinds and styles
of Bedsteads In short, a general assortment of
Parlor, Chamber, Dining Room, and Kitchen
Furniture, to be sold not only as low, but a little
lower than any other house in the District.
Please call and examine, and we will make
the Prices to suit, at
3C0 Seventh street, near Northern Market.
nov 26 lw
By Wall & Barnard, Auctioneers,
Washington, D. C.
POSITIVE SALE of a Valuable Farm, Slaves,
Stock, Crops, 4c, in Prince George's county,
Man land, at Public Auction. On Wednesday,
the 12th of December next, on the premises, we
will sell that Valuable Farm known as a " Part
of Greenwood Park Enlarged," on the Marl
borough road, three miles trum the Old Fields,
nine miles from Wmhlngt in, and abo'it the same
distance from Alexandria, upon which Daniel R.
Wal' now resides, and adjoining the farms of tho
late Dr. David Crauiurd, Albert B. Berry, and the
hie .'.acbariah B. Bo. 11, containing
IVo Hundred and 7W, Acres.
The Farm is dlviled Into fonr B.IJJ, nd
sufficient Wood and Timber Lot. Each ftJ (a
watered, and in a hlL.h state of cultivation. Ttt
soil Is nf n rich, dark loam, and very productive'
for Tobacco and Grab. The land Is unsurpassed
by any in the county, and the situation perfectly
The Improvements consist of a new and com
fortable Frame Dwelling, Barns, Stables, Corn
House, I:e House, Negro Quarters, 4c; also, a
Pump of Water near the door.
The farm Mil be sold at 12 o'clock M., on the
following terms: One fourth cash; the balance
in twelve, eighteen, and twpniw-fnur months,
, O.ittle, Hon
-nti, Ox Cart, 4c, ..
.Iso, Tlve Hundred Barre,. "
.oduce and Provender.
TERMS: Twenty-five dollars, casn ,
amount, a credit of four months for Baltlmu.
ceptances, Interest added.
This sale will ofier an opportunity rarely oc
currinf to procure one of the best farms in the
coun'y and which will be sold only on account
of the owner's removing to town.
WALL 4 BARNARD, Auctioneers,
Corner Pa. avenue and Ninth street,
nov 2G-cots Washington, D. 0.
D. J. BISHOP'S
Aa'rmn and European Newspaper, Magazine, Re-
'"tw, 1'enodical, and
CHEAP PUBLICATION DEPOT,
No. 316 Pennsylvania avenue, 4a. . '..urteenth
and Ffternlh streets, and at Neuspaper btanu m
the Jlall of Willards- Hotel.
NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, AND BAL
TIMORE DAILY PAPERS received on
day of publication, and for sale at Store, and at
the Newspaper Staud in Wlllards' Hotel, or will
bo promptly delivered Immediately upon their
arrival at the residence of subicribers.
Boston Dally Papers received morning after
the day of pub Icatlon.
All the principal Weekly Newspapers, Monthly
Magaiines, and Reviews, recelreo as soon as
published, and for sale by single copies, or fur
nished to subscribers.
European Newspipers, Magazines, and Re
views, received immediately upon the arrival of
the steamer, and for sale at Store and Hotel, or
will be promptly delltercd to subscribers.
All the new publication) of tin day received
and for sale as soon as published.
A ( orcplete as jortment of Blank Books, Letter
and No e Paper, Envelopes, Stationery, Fan.y
A superior quality of Playing Cards constant
ly on band at lowest prices. nov 26 2w
THE BEST ASSORTMENT EVER OFFERED
IN THIS CITY.
r IMIOSE who desire to Belect from new patterns,
-L nith the advantage of a reduction in prices,
ill lull early and examine.
We would also call the attention of persons
about introducing gas Into their dwellings to our
increased facilities, and consequent low prices,
lor Ibis branch of our trade.
Inviting all who desire their work done
promptly, and freo from gas leakages, to call at
269 Pennsylvania avenue, between Tenth and
Eleventh streets, south side.
nv 26 J. W. THOMPSON CO.
GOSHEN BUTTER AND CHEESE.
IV.'ILL have In Btore In a day or two. Choice
GOSHEN BUTTER and CHEESE, of as fine
quality as can be had, to which I Invite tb at
tention ot purenssors.
JEH8U B. WlLaO.N,
327 Pa. ve, between blub and Seven.!
HALL & WHITE,
MAOHINIS T S ,
STEAM ENGINE BUILDERS,
IRON KAILING MANUFACTUIIERS,
No. 21 Maine avenue, between Four-and-n-lialf
and Sixth streets, Washington, D. C. nov 26
SUITABLE FOR PRESENTS1
LAMMOND, 484 Seventh street, his now In
store a large and beautiful collection of
Fanes- Notions and Toys, and at extremely Low
Prices, for Cash Only 1 nov 26
furs! FUBs-,f praani
I DAi-s u r far exhibition and sale my
stock of FURS, to which I invite tbs atten
tion of the ladles. I have taken great care in
the selection, and feel assured they are unsur
passed In quality, style, and workmanship. The
assortment consists of all the most fashionable
Hudson's Bay Sable,
and many other varieties.
FUR of all kinds for trimming,
A large assortment of CHILDREN'S FURS,
A fine variety of CARRIAGE ROBES.
I solicit a call from the ladies, and every effort
will be made to please.
All Furs sold by their real names, and war
ranted to be as represented.
JAMES Y. DAVIS,
nov 26 late Todd 4 Co.
KO MORE 8ECESSI0N OR GRUMBLING
About jjr Cm bills, when Champion's Patent
Gas-Saver will .Jnre hem from twenty to fifty
per cent., as It did in tUu United Slates Patent
Orders left at Ellis Brothers Iron Works and
Schneider's Brass Works, Washington, D U.,v .
receive prompt attention.
nov 26 THOMAS CIMMP 'OX.
T PflVMlTl SCfj
; leading Brit-
1 '' .. .Conservative.
3. The nui.u uu nb l' u ,. il-rn ( im-u )
4. The Wcstmlnst - In lerM ,
5. Blackwood's Edinli.rj '-in- -ie , ' n.c )
There Periodicals ably n,tre- M R. , n
great political parties ot Great Un. in Xtn
Tory, and Radical but politics forms omv i"
feature of their character. As O-gans oi nc
most profound writers on Sclenic, Literati r-
Morality, and Religion, they stand, as they ever
have 6tood, unrivullcd in tho world of letters,
holnr. -nnairisreii InrlUnensable to the scholar
and the professional man, while to the intelli
gent reader of every class they furnish a more
i-nrrect and satisfactory record uf the current
literaluie ur n.. H.,-. throughout the world, tbau
can bo possibly obtalneu Iran any other source.
The receipt of ADVANCE SHEETS from tho
British publishers gives additional alue to these
Reprints, Inasmuch as they can now be placed
In the hands of subscribers about as soon as the
For any one of the four Reviews, per ann. - $3
For any two of the four Reviews, " - 5
For any three ot the four Reviews, " -7
For all lour of the Reviews, " 8
For Blackwood's Magazine, " - 3
For Blackwood and one Review, " -5
To- Blackwood and two Reviews, " - 1
For Ulaekwood and three Reviews, " - 0
For Blutkwood and the four Revlows," - 10
Payments to be made in all cases In advance.
Money current in the State where Issued will be
A discount of twenly-iiie per cent, from the
above price w ill bo allowed to Clubs ordering four
or more copies of any one or moie of the above
works. Thus Four eopies of Blackwood, or of
one Review, will be flint to one address for $U ;
four copies of the tour Reviews and Blackwood
for $30 i and to on
In nil the incipal lines and towns, these
works i!l t? cilvered, 1 RICE OF P()aTUE.
When sent by , tbe Postage to am i art of
the United States V ill be but twrn'v-i w cents a
year for " Blackwood," and but four ten cents a
year for each of tbe Reviews.
N. B. The price in Great Britain of the five
Periodicals above named Is $31 per a num.
Remittances for any of the above puMicatlo"
should always be addreased,jiOit pall, V the
T HAVE in sta
O Q Q
tTL M FI0.1.-GOVXBKOB.
- gBMLJ Fia.2.-MxiiR.
gWVj,t A-ilLJ Fl0.3.-BOBM03.
G. W. GOODALL,
Plumbor and Gas and Steam Fiti
664 Setenik street, near Canal Bndyeu
A LL orders executed at the sba
f. I lie most substantial maU
Personal attention glveni
or the huutness.
T HAVE In store anj
L Northern markets
In whole, half, and qui
Raisins, In wbole, na
Crop CITRON, CURl
All of which will KiWTia
M27 Pa. r. hetlci.n Slrth nrl Sj
iiat If. fttreflfl. annth tM
,.,--.. ..... HHW -",
-"- -" -"- ,---.-. -.uu.
WHY IS IT
milAT ST1NEMETZ. the Hatter.
JL busy, and not heard croaking about
Because be sells the best articles at the lows;
t&' Just opened
New styles Gents DRESS HATS.
Do. Soft HATS and CAPS.
Misses' JOCKEY HATS, Trimmed and Un.
For ladles and children, my assortment is now
larger than ever.
FUR TRIMMINGS 21 tola cents per yard.
1). H. STINEMETZ,
236 Pennsylvania avenue, near corner
nov 26 Thirteenth street.
Xo. 348 P'nnsyhania avenue, between Sixth and
Seventh streets, Washington, D. C,
MANUFACTURER OF GENTLEMEN'S
FASHIONABLE BOOTS & SHOES,
HAS at all times a sufficient force of the most
experienced hands to in ike promptly to or-de-
every variety of work in his line. He has on
his shell es a very good supply of work of hi own
make Also, a gi neral supply of Northern work,
direct from the Manufactuiers, as well as from
Auction, and assures the public that no house
in this or any other city can supply, WHOLE.
SALE or RETAIL, at 1 iwer rates. nov 26
SEVENTH WARD TRIUMPHANT I
Boots and Shoes Lower than the Lowest.
Tl TEN'S Scotch-bottom BOOTS, cheaper
IVI can be made In town, louth's Boon
ow as $1 per pair. Boys' Boots, $1.25. Youl
sioes, trom 00 te 62 cent. Hots' at 75
Mon's Shoes as low as $' -rruuiens
Heeled Boots at Si 5 u-i-ighai Hoot
at$l Also """Si iu4Bi.v
domestic m-'vh:ia- ?"'!"
-.nrjland avenue, , ." ,a -our r-a-i mit
nov 26 and Sixth streets, (Island.)
Comp'omise between the North and the South A
04noii Liberty Bill will be Repealed, so
that the South can carry her Prop
er' ' itt. "II the Stales ond
Uon is in the
I f ri'tC ontolined b- s Ju.t iwafcred a new lot g
J. . Sp'okinjf'1Vibiu :u ii om Louisiana, oyv'-w
rj .iue ot Pcnrfue, wb Ji . aid to bew" "' K
ever in i m&nuruu n. ti ?LM . -liv
- .... ,-, . .i. .i ... SSlSkaiailL
. . . r 1 . -A-i n,l DI ..-"-
tttvuriuj nrauua v I whw.ui -jh
such as La Pcr'.n ae Sunliaco Commas, ltej?
Uritannica, .Figaro Regalia, OoncUas, Figaro, fcs
panola, Punch, Prucbeso Regally, Cabanas, Pal
mito, ie., &c, Ac, for mK hjksa.e and retail.
N. B. A fine lot ' Meerschaum Pipes and
Smokers kept constantly on Uand.
An early call Is solicited.
JOU.NT C. BACHER,
No. 234 Penn.'j Ivnnla avenue, near corner
io 26 Thirteenth street.
'fi cut Chr meter, Clock, and
r. Il' maker,
J; Jo1entb s et, bet. G and II.
lie in Hi ,
niers and the pub
.1 be has just re
it of ' Ps'ont
and DeimhtJ 'rfers. i
Watches; also, line i
ke. Attend-i promptl i tl
Watches, CLckt and J li
D.KOLB'6 BA .SAMli l.U.Nf lN'OORATOR. i
A CERTAIN 'URE tor Coughs, u ds, Affec
tions ol 'Je Throat and l.une A trial
will luaki evi y one itn fru-i , heiii). agreeable
to tike, mid i -riain to eiire. I'r e cents.
For sale y Messrs fiiliuiu .to t, Clark, I
Wrlebi Sair , Foil, Kidwell, Ibo'iAi i tildgeS
lv. Moor, Mi or, ic. nor.
Chartered by C' u ress.
fTlIIE MUTUAL FIRV -. i "IT
X PANYOFTHE DIM Mi 'T dBIA
ofi'ers to the Property Own's i ' I rut tbe
cheapest and as sate mean- ot ai uiauce against
Loss bv Fire, as anv other
as will ap-
dear by an examination ot
Tbe fact that all of the
of the District are declari
their stockholders, at on
profit on their premiums
saving to persons Insuring
d p-" - pl
tare- uend to
sli 'be gr at
iii.l i jneequet
ill ih t ui any
, !'r, ,
CHARLES WILSON, Seer, '
MAT11EW G. EMERY, Tre
ULYSSES WARD, JOHN VAN RISWICK,
JOHN DICKSON, MAT1IKW G. EMERY,
T. J. MAGRUDER, J. 0. McKELDEN,
Offiw adjoining (north) the Bank of Wash
i igton. nov 26
HAM ' HAMS 1 1
T" KAVK n store M yland New HAMS, lugari
a. cured, preparec ur lamny use.
JESSE B. WILSON.
337 P .. av., between Sixth and Seventl
nov 26. streets, south tide.
TnOMAS K GRAY,
D street, between! Seventh d EighlLsi
iov 26 streets, soutn swe.
uov 30 Webbing