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I Huh Ghost.
rf tarns to
ltd d to. and
kneed, of tbe
I meant by
I hisi glory.
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on cf his
elements constituting ana tormingyJl rtret!
are faith, love, firmness of charkctkrlind C
posure ot spirit ana now may nlstrenrin
be renewed? By waiting upon the ltd in the
way he has appointed and set forth, Ii etteni"
iog his .sanctuary, reading bis won!, ft melil
x tion, private devotion, oskinr for tt dgtk of
mind to apprehend his will, urfaitti) jrejayl
composuro of spirit, and we vill not i 'dkeL
pointed for the storehouse of Ih s 1 antr M
enough for eitch, enough fr all, ft ugbifar
evermore. la the eremng bis ten i is Iron
E Strtct Bavtist. In the morniar Rtv.Mr.
ITannarrl (Va nailnn aAa -a Cmlr-.. . --...-.-. fail
7 which he invoked the blessirg ofltte alMuptjyL
a ducourse from I Peter, 'irst i Bitten, nurd,
WU kwta4Hj u uis VtKSV-l M vuriv,UUlIittu
fourth, and fifth verses : lileas d
amTrather ot our Lord Jesus rut
according to His abundant mere; huh begot
ten as again unto a lively nope D iui rturrec-
Uon of Jeans Clnrst from the dea ,U
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ce incorruptible and underlie ,
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dieritance: 2. The nttura of it ar
wa cor m into Dossession oi it.
TM4xtensive improrenenUto th
havincr been nearly finished, the s'erviiei.Vrkich
have .for 'some months past been hi Id in the
lecture room, will be held iff the ma n hal of
the church, commencing on next Eibt th
morning, when an appropriate discourse ill
be delivered by the Uev. Dr. Fuller, of B !ti
t tmbly't Chunk Rev. Varnum D. Col-
preacned in tne morning an eloq'jtnt su il
opnate sermon, irom tne seventn ft i
to verses of tne bub chapter 1' irstj Conu i
oi tno LOra s Supper, which wm aamlii-
n ug evening, ine pastor gave notice
Tuuia lectura on tv eanesaay evening
a tie ciiv of Jerusalem, wherrl he was
BVXhontbj ac-n. Tb.u -.Kurrh tjuiriMrLl
MirTh ...ftWfl :.. .f.. .-.. jTlTi-jL
a hltnister as Mr. Crtllinn durtni flk nh.
ce of their' pastor. lie has travelliUprer
irlv the who' a world.
iNext Thursday being ThanksgiviroDavi
ce was given lu most of the cbu-qW.thai
ice would be held therein on that day.-' I
rnc Colcmbiak Ltceum, now in U thir1
it. of its existence, has recentlv Vtr-ai-a
bms at the corner of H and Tl iniauii
ets, and intend purchasinir a suitahht !,'
Ir .L- n t 1
a. ...... J.t... . m . I
ur mjo ust- ui jui uiemoers.
at BiOTu lor ueume every luesuay f?e-T il
ew Hut... .u iuiiimu. j
is Capitol. Cof,.-rpnR will i.n-nrJ.n.
ou one week from to-day. Durinihb
.-.uu.uEi jassea to rmvn'thJ
piacea, which lias already be.u
vt been no otter material rhinl
K. -.... .riL. t-.ii I
af-vT- ui iua uau, I
erne Court, vhich hj for so II
ne basemen of Hie Camt.-
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If His I
P is. whs.
Keuhinqtm, Nostmbtr 20, 1800.
The City Councils having by n joint rcsola
tion requested the Mayor to designate a day of
Thanksgiving and Prayer, I have approved the
act, and deem it my duty to give an official an
nonncercent of the same by this my Proclama
tion, au4 recommend that Thursday, the 29th
instant beset apart for the purpose.
The observance of a day ot Thanksgiving at
this senson of the year U sanctioned by time
honored custom, and is peculiarly becoming a
Christba community. Tno blessings which ore
continually vouchsafed to us demand that we
buouiu occasionally turn asiua irum our uauy
avocatnns, and, as it were, sanctify a secular
day by united and heartlelt manifestations of
gratitude, by prayerful rejection, and by con
In oidtr to give due effect and solemnity to
the octiijon, every good cilixen is invoked to
conuwuio suineining ui example anu urecep.
towaoiithe fulfilment of the duties which prop
erly (Joeg to the day ; and to this end I rec
otnrjiud that the ordiuary" pursuits of bus!
nesle sespended, and that all denominations
asseirblo 'iu their respective places of worship
to raider thanks to Almighty God for His
bonless! mercies, and to offer op supplica
tions fcr a continuance of, our civic ana our
national prosperity. ,
Glen uVider my hand, at the city of Wash
ington, the twentieth day f November, in the
year of on. Lord one thousand eight hundred
ijod lixty. JAMES 0. BEBRET, Mayor.
Watch iRxroT. Saturday night. John
Keith, drunk iid vagrant, workhouse ninety
days; John Jlllii and Thomas West, drank and
disoiderly, each workhouse ninety days ; James
Beclet and Isaiah Qninn, both negroes, fight
ing and disorderly, workhouse ninety days;
Johi Wells,, vagrancy and, pilfering about
Centre Market, workhouse ninety days: two
Sunday night Mary Driscoll, drunk, work
housi ninety days ; Thomas Fitzgerald, drunk,
disotierly, and fighting, workhouse ninety days j
Thonas Russell, negro, drank and disorderly,
workioase ninety days. There1 were five lodgers.
Ml Editor! Are we ever going to have
anotkr fur of the Metropolitan Mechanics'
lnstttuer It o, 1 think it is time something
was fone towards making arrangements for it.
If I nistake not, a resolution was passed two
years ago to have an exhibition at that time.
Now,however, an inducement will be offered
that tay not occur again soon; and 1 think it
shonl bo taken advantage of by the members
of tbit praiseworthy organisation. The plan
I propose is tSfs: As a large building will
bave.o be erected for the inauguration ball on
the 4li of March, would it not be an economi
cal fan to have a building erected that shall
sume lor both purposes? Ibis will be a
large laving to both tne committee for the ball
and ne Mechanics' Institute, and the fair can
be hid cither before or after the inauguration,
aB tb latter mar desire. The great number
lot sUngent who will bo in the city, will be
alsoi great inducement to nave It at that time.
Let-'S have another exhibition by all means.
I A Member of the M. M. I.
Il Tows. -Hon. A. Schell, New York city;
Uor. J. S. V. Pruvn, Albany, N. Y. ; and Senor
Antinio Flores, Equador ; are at Willard's.
I' Ritiieb i Coot. Place. Mary Driscoll,
harne come into the possession of a consider
abU-sum of money, (twenty five or thirty cents,)
tcluded to nave a little bit or tun an to her
AMjfJ:nJii. she BrmedTiertelf with a
bottle of the liquid usually known as Jersey
lightning, and proceeded to enjoy herself in
the most approved fashion. She finally brought
up in Tiber creek, where she was found last
night by some of the Auxiliary Guard, by whom
she was taken to the watch-house. This morn
ing she was sent to the workhouse, where, it is
supposed, she will have an opportunity of keep
ing up the jolly good time.
Hon. Thomas Corwin. of Ohio, arrived in
this city on Saturday evening, and is stopping
at the ff ationaL
Retuemed. First Asai&tant Postmaster Gen
eral King returned to the city on Saturday,
from a visit to his former home iu .Maine, and
has resumed the duties of his office.
;Fiao;PaiSEiTATioK, The German Repub
lioan'Asaociation of this city will this evening
present tke Wide Awakes of the District of
Columbia with a handsome silk American Sag.
Th presentation will take place at the Wigwam.
,Walhope the Wide Awakes will be out iu their
lull strength on this interesting occasion.
Abt.'Iii.ms. Our fellow townsman, Mr. W.
J. Washington whose beautiful picture of
"McDonald bringing a Spy into Marion's
Camp" was exhibited here last spring; has re
turned irom nis iau siuaies in ine lores.) ana is
a", work' in his studio, Kind's eallerr,
on bis easel a fine composition, " Night llvouac
nt If..!..'. Alan '4alilti ahntuo 1.1 ..a n.i.aan.
siUe how thoroughly ha has devoted himself to
lli subject, and we are satisfied it will proie
cm of lis most successfnl efforts.
A vijit to Dr. Stone's atelier proves that
nither imind nor hand has been idle. His
ttuuo iff Hancock, for the Capitol, is neatly
tinned, and when placed there will show that
ota of ur noblest men has been truly and failu
fhly coriceived. It is worthy of the place ad
tt man ; aud Dr. Stone can afford to rest bis
n illation on this enort.
- I e model of the collossal statue of Dentin
t arlr finished; and St. Louis, tor which it
ii oterrd, may well be proud of such a work of
rt. lie has caught the spirit and nobleness of
he 3aun, and stamped it in marble for future
;enemuuns. The plinth, which is square, will
e otiamented by four basso reliefs: one, the
oat ot arms of Mtstouri, surmounted by a civic
wreath ; the opposite, the coat of arms of the
United otates.alsosurrounded by a civic wreath
one representing Mr. Benton as speaking in the
Senate, tke other sitting at a table writing bis
Dr. itone is also engaged upon a monument
for a d mnguished Senator. The design is of
great s nt and beauty, and should be seen to
bt arn related.
j Meat , Philp & Solomons, Pennsylvania
livenue i whom our citizens have been so
mnchic Ltfed for tha exhibition of manv choice
. aorks ot .rt, hare received a beautiful collec
tion ot .er-color drawings, which will prove
a rich ire to those who cultivate this branch
of bainti, 7 They have also numerous other
jworks on imbibition, that amply repay the time
TIe OBuiis' Association. Professor
leufc-iisVaeiivering weekly, each (Saturday
nonWiRnven o'clock, lectures before the
inHiis city ana all other persons who
I interest in the subject or science
these lectures take dace at the
Institution, and are illustrated by
with the rare and valuable appa-
.ustitutiou. The subjects treated
u are connected with electrics.''.
opportua.ty thus offers itselj
Jutorm themselvcl upon
rcgrett-d that the teachers of nur District do
not avail themselves of this generous and in
structive treat tendered to them by Professor
ltenry. If the cause of education is to pros
per in our midst, we must have living, active,
and competent teachers, such as keep up with
the times in their profession. Not one in ten
of those persons who are engaged in teaching
in this city attend these lectures. This ought
not to be. Teachers, show that you love your
calling by attending these meetings.
That Scrfbise-d Parti. We hear of a
good joke that happened iu this city, week be
fore last, which we cannot refrain from ventila
tiig. Il appears that sundry young gentlemen,
wishing to vary somewhat the extreme dull
ness of the times, hit upon the idea of a sur
prise patty as likely to accomplish that desira
ble result. Accordingly, about twenty couples
were collected for this very laudable purpose,
and, with all the good things which had been
provided, nero on their way, at about eight and
a half o'clock in the evening, to tho house
where tbey proposed spending the evening, not
half a mile from the vicinity of Wesley Chapel.
Arrived at the door, the bell was rung, and
an individual with a face black enough for
charcoal to " make a white mark upon soon
made his, appearance. As soon as the door
was opened, the gentlemen made a rush to get
inside; and this sudden movement, it being
very dark in the passage, so frightened tho col
ored individual as to cause him to beat a hasty
retreat upstairs, when he informed his master
that a party of "8tatea Hose" were in the
The young lady to whom the visit was spe
cially intended, we might as well here mention,
was at the Theatre, where Jefferson was doing
up " Rip Van Winkle," and her father was pre
paring to imitate, in a degree, the act which
made that celebrated individual so famous, in
his own house.
When the old eentleman heard the story of
the ternnea servant, be armed himself with a
pair of loaded revolvers, and, placing a rusty
old gun in the hands of Sambo, he proceeded
cautiously down the steps, and, partly opening
ine panor uoor, doid oi mem inrusi meir nre
arms in, prior to entoring themselves.
This movement was followed by a succession
of screams from the lady visiters, whilst most
of the young ' gallants " (oh, fie I ) took refuge
under the sofa and tables.
In a few moments, however, things were ex
plained, and all hands laughed heartily at the
double surprise, excepting one young man
whose head had come in contact with one of
the sofa legs. The old gentleman put away
his revolvers, extended a hearty welcome to all
the young folks, and everybody turned to en
joying themselves. The young lady arrived
early, and the fun was kept up till near morn
ing, the old gentleman receiving many compli
ments for bis pluck in the mean time.
" ltcs thinks that vouni: loins who tro on
surprise parties hereafter should be careful not
to upct or otherwise alarm the servant of the
domicil, as it might not turn out quite so well
anoiuer urne ob u uiu .ais.
Plrsonal Rekcontre. There was quite an
exciting scene at the National Hotel on Friday
night, in which Mr. Linton, a lawyer of this
city, and a man named Davis, participated.
Politics was the cause of the difficulty, and
many different reports reach us as to who was
most to blame. liiuton made the assertion that
be was a Republican, which was replied to in a
bitter manner by Davis. Other words ensued,
when Linton drew a knife, and was about plung
ing it into Davis, when he was restrained by
bystanders, and subsequently taken In charge
by the police.
Arrivals at the Hotels.
JS'afionai. William Yates, N. Y.j I. H.
Sulivan, Ohio- J. R. Hogg, N. Y.j R. N.
Fields, Ky.j L. Eowe, Charleston: J. W. Ta-
ber, Savannah; A. E. Helmer, Va.: O. Vf.
Yancy, Va.; E. Halsey, Va. j W. M. Scribner,
Mass. ; Miss S. S. Barrett, Cincinnati ; G. A.
Myers and lady, Va. ; Miss Watkins, Va.; G.
W. Mason and lady, IN. Y. j John Thomas, Va. ;
T. C. Barns, Va. J. Hunter, D. C: J. Mar
shall McCue, Va.; S. D. Woodbery, Tenn.j
J. A. Woodbery, Tenn.j G. H. Burns, D. C.
Jiroten't Hotel J. Perly, N. Y. J. B.
Brown, Md. ; L. B. Barns, Boston: J. B.
Rogers, Tenn.j C.E.Butler and lady, Me.;
S. Hastings, Va.j S. R. Bloom, Ga.; W. F.
Hrontley, Ga.; Mrs. Sanders, Ala.; Dr. Van
Dyke, Ga. ; D. W. Moon.C. E. ; L. Bates, La. ;
R. Hodges, Ind. ; A. H. Van Bokken, Ind. ;
Capt. J. F. Morrison, Va. ; M. Cohen, Va.;
J. N. Kindrick, Va. ; S. T. Sutre, Ky. ; H.
Hart, Va.; M. F. Mason, Va.; J. D. Edward,
WillariT e Hotel A. Provost and lady, D.
C: Hon. J. S. A. Pruyn, Albany; Hon. A.
Schell, N. Y. ; F. A. Esty, N. Y. ; George Forr,
N. H.i E. Griffin and wife, Rochester; U. M.
I'earce, Boston ; S. N. Solomon, N. Y. ; G. W.
McClure, N. Y. ; A. J. Smith, Texas ; Sen. An
tonio Flores, Equador; S. Bowles and lady,
o. uromns, uait.j lluius ingalls, U.a.n.j Mrs.
Andrews, Miss Andrews, Boston ; P. Whipple
and lady, Md. ; M. V. B. Stevens, A. S. Parsons
and wife, Miss Parsons, Bait. ; A. S. Carter, Mrs.
Sherman, Mrs. Hubbard, N. Y. ; Major and
Mrs. C. A. Pearson, Miss. ; A. H. Roscoe, Nash
ville; n. F. Stickney, Bait. ; W. D. Bowie. Md. ;
H. C. Spalding, D. C. : John Rice, Philadelphia ;
L. W. MinorU. S. N. ; A. C. Whitcomb, Cal. ;
Mr. Taylor, Boston.
ATTENTION, WIDE AWAKES I
Yon are requested to be present, in uniform,
at the " Wigwam," this (Monday) evening, at
hslfpaat seren o'clock. Our German Repub
lican friends will be present, for the purpose of
presenting us with an American flag.
u. uLiat-u&nci, rresiaeni.
Mr. II. 0. Reaver Is our authorized agent for
Georgetown. Subscriptions and advertisements
for this paper can be left at Barnard's Drug
Store, corner of Bridge and High streets.
An adjourned meeting of the Republican As
sociation will be held at their room, (to-morrow,)
Tuesday evening, at seven o'clock. By order.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
No. 108 Bridge street, Georgetown, D. C.
THE sabsenber has constantly on hand a
a large supply of BOOTS and SHOES, which
will be sold cheap. Persons would do well to
give bim a call before purchasing elsewhere,
nov 26 GEORGE GRAY.
Faints, Oils, and Window Glass.
LEWIS'S pure White Lead.
French Zinc, pure.
Sterling White Lead, In tins, at $1 and $3 each.
Chrome, Green and Yellow,
Ochre, Red and Yellow.
Red Lead, Fire-Proof Paint.
Window Glass, all sizes, and Putty.
eryflow lor casn, by
Iwlm No. 375 Penn. avenue.
Stigguti to all the importance of obtaining the
worth of their money.
0. 0. EVANS
Has established a branch of his celebrated
GIFT BOOK ENTERPRISE
478 Pennsylvania Avenue,
And his stock of Ltlerature Is now one of the
lirgest south of Philadelphia, embracing all the
STANDARD AND MODERN PUBLICATIONS
OF THE DAY, BOTH FOREIGN
With every purchase
A HANDSOME GIFT IS PRE8ENTED.
ALL BOOKS OR BALK AT SXODLAB
PURCHASERS CANNOT FAH. TO PERCEIVE
the advantages to be derived from obtaining
their books from
THE GIFT BOOKSTORE,
SECUBE A PRIZE
For the amount paid for a similar book at other
t& Catalogues containing full particulars of
our mode of doing business can be obtained
gratis by sending or calling at
47G Penn. av., bet. Third and Four-and-a-half
streets. nor 26
Or ALL OEAOES AND FHICIS.
WARRANTED Gold Band Window Shades,
Buff, Green, and Blue Holland-Shades, all
sizes, made to order.
Also, a handsome assortment of Picture Cord
and Tassels, all sizes and colors.
Purchasing for casb, and allowing no old stock
to accumulate, persons needing the above goods
will find it to their advantage to give me a call.
All work executed and superintended by
practical men, who have served a regular ap
prenticeship at their trade.
Satisfaction guarantied, or no pay required.
Please give me a call. Remember the number.
No. 486 Seventh street, eight doors above
nov 26 Odd Fellows' Hall.
I AM receiving a lot of Green and Black TEAS,
among which are some of as fine grades as
can be had, to which I Invite the attention of all
lovers of choice Green and Black Teas.
JESSE 11. WILSON,
327 Pa. av., -en Sixth and Seventh
nov 26 streets, south side.
J. J. COOMBS,
Attorney and Counsellor at Late,
YT71LL practice In the local Courts of this
VV District, and In the Supreme Court and
Court of Claims. Office at the corner of Indi
ana avenue and Second street.
Carriage Sponge and Shamois Skins,
FOR sale by
nov 20 tawl m No. 375 Penn. avenue.
ENGLISH CARRIAGE VARNISH,
FOR sale by
nov 26 tawlra No. 375 Penn. avenue.
490 Seventh ttreet,
YOTJ can find a complete assortment of House
keeping Hardware, Cutlery, Silver-plated
Ware, Britannia, Block Tin, and Japanned Ware,
Door Mats, Table Mats, Feather Dusters, Clocks,
ana an tne usemt articles lor Housekeeping,
together with Ladles' Satchels, Card Cases,
Purses, Fans, Combs, Brushes, Baskets, &c,
ic, all selected with great care, bought for
cash, ana will be sola at tbe very lowest prices.
Jjurcbasers will do well to remember
House-Furnishing Store, No. 400 Seventh street,
ATnitKE STORY and basement brick house,
on the corner of Fourth and K streets, con
taining eight rooms, nearly new, and in good
order. To a prompt tenant tbe rent will be
moderate. Inquire of J. T. Clements, agent,
No. 580 I street, or at this office, nov 26 tf
G. W. DUTTON,
BUTCHER AND VICTUALLER,
F street, (north side,) near Eleventh.
THE subscriber has opened a regular Family
Market on F street, near Eleventh street,
where he is prepared to furnish Meats of all kinds,
Vegetable), Oytlert, Butter, Eggt, and every de
scription of Family Provisions, for family use,
and respectfully solicits a share of the publics
He still continues to carry on the Butchering
business at bis stands, No. 7 in the Centre
Market, and No. 46 In the Northern Liberties
Market, where he will always be found on
market days, ready to supply his customers with
nov 36 G. W. DUTTON.
MRS. H. GILBERT'S
No. 548 Pennsylvania avenue, between First and
Second streets, Washington, D. 0.
Board, one df liar twtnty.five cents per Day.
" Now 'et (ton (-.. who ne'er Insured befora.
Airi tho-e who bate, lei them niiara th mare.'1
The Potomac Fire Insurance Company
of Georgetown, D. 0.,
CIIARTERKD DV CONG RE89, INI.
STOCKHOLDERS PERSONALLY KBSrONSlBLXl
TRE StockboldersaodDlrectors embrace many
of the most wealthy and respectable cltliens
of this District.
JOHN MARBURY, President.
HENRY KINO, Secretary.
AMOS HUNT, Travelling Agent.
Office and residence No. 51 North A street,
Capitol Hill. Box 454. City Post Office. Orders
attended to Immediately. Losses paid promptly.
Cart for home, and home will care for us.
DB. DANIEL BREED,
Late Examiner in the Patent Office,
SOLICITOR OF PATENTS AND CONSULT
Seventh street, corner of F, opposite Patent
Office, Washington, D. 0.
DR. BREED prepares Pspers and Drawings,
and attends to all business relative to pro
curing Patents in America and In Europe. He
will give especial attention to refuted application)
and other difficult cases. nor 20
LADIES' MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
BOOTS, SHOES, AND GAITERS,
OF the best quality' and cheaper than can be
found elsewhere In the city.
An assortment of Ladles' Morecco Boots, from
75 cents to $1.50.
Gaiters, from 50 cents to $1.75.
Slippers, from 25 cents to SI.
No. 522 Pennsylvania avenue, between Second
" nov. 26 and Third streets.
DEN. F. FRENCH. W. F. RICHSTEIN.
FRENCH & RICHSTEIN,
(Suc:essors to William F. Bayly,)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
Ik Books, Stationery, and Periodicals.
No. 278 Ptnntylvania armut,
Washington, D. C.
Wedding and Visiting Cards neatly Engraved
Paper and Envelopes Staupod with Initials
without extra charge.
Subscriptions received for all the
WEEKLY PAPERS AND MAGAZINES I
Also, JVirw York Herald, Timet, and Tribune.
Call and examine our Stock. All bound books
sold from ten to fifty per cent, less than the
Any books not on hand, ordered with dispatch
from London, Paris, New York, Boston, and Phil
adelphia, nor 26 3t
JONN T. GIVEN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GOAL AND WOOD,
Southwest corner of 0 and Fourteenth streets,
Neab Canal Dridoi.
FAIR PRICES AND FAIR DEALING 1
nov 26 lw
Encourage Home Production.
LAMPBLACK of all qualities, and packed In
all of the different styles koown to the trade.
ROOFING PITCH for gravel roofs, Roofing Felt
for gravel roofs, and also used for slate and
tin roofs. Manufactured and for sale by
H. G. WILSON & CO.,
Twenty-second street and Chespeake and
Ohio Canal. Office adjoining Bank of
Washington. nor Zo
Plumber and Gas Fitter,
WILL Introduce Gas and Water upon the
most liberal terms, at the shortest notice,
and will gjaranty satisfaction.
He has on hand a lot of Cooking and other
Stoves, which he will sell at less than cost. Call
and see bim. Remember the place, southeast
corner of Tv!(th and F streets, nov 26 lm
N 0 T I 0 El gtfi
I WISH all gentlemen to bear' HI
In mind that the plan which I
adopted, six years ago, of selling
HATS and BOOTS at greatly reduced prices, for
cash, Is In successful operation. Just received,
a full supply of the latest New York styles of
DRESS HATS. The very finest Hat at $3.50 j
a first-rate Hat, $3 ; and very good, fashionable
Hat, $2.50. All of the latest styles of soft HATS
and CAPS, at the very lowest prices. , I am
constantly supplied with a very large stock of
those fine DRESS BOOTS, at $3.75 which I
have been selling for many years as well as
the very best quality of Patent Leather GAIT
ERS, at $3 60. Fine French Calfskin Gaiters,
from $2 to $2.50.
Terms casb. No extra charge In order to off
set bad debts. ANTHONY, Agent for the Manu
facturers, Seventh street, second Hat Store from
the corner, opposite Avenue House, No. 540.
Corner of Indiana avenue and Second tired,
Washington, D. C.
BOOKS, Pamphlets, Wood Engravings, and
Jobs of all kinds, Stereotyped to order. A
variety of Business Cuts on hand, for sale, cheap
for cash. C. W. MURRAY, Stereotyper.
LADD, WEBSTER, & Oo.'s
Are preferred above all others.
LADD, WEBSTER, 4 Oo.'s
Are preferred above all others.
LADD, WEBSTER, Co.'s
Are preferred above all others.
t& For reasons why, see advertisement in
AT JANNEY'S, 348TennsylvanIa avenue.
Young Ladles in attendance.
Rooms to Let, with or without Board.
APPLY to Mrs. HARRIS, 483 Tenth, between
D and E streets, who has one very fine par
lor and chamber.
Also, several small rooms. Charges moder
ate, nor 26
Fine Family Groceries, Teas, &o,
Ray's, Welch's, and Bond's Family Flour.
New Virginia and Pennsylvania Buckwheat.
Fresh Corn Meal.
Choice Goshen Butter.
Prime Leaf Lard.
Choice Green and Black Teas.
New Sugar-oured Family Hams.
Just received and for sale low by
BROWNING & KEATING,
353 Penn. avtnne, near Sixth street
IATESI NEWP Y. TELEciAPH!
LATSR FRUM CALIFORNIA
St. Joseph, Not. 26. The overland ax.-i.
from San Francisco on the 14th, has arrfyd.
In Oregon, Lincoln was 250 ahead, with thrvi
counties to hear from. The election newt from
the Atlantio side was conveyed from St. Jo
seph to San Francisco in six days by an extra
pony express, which reached the Utter place on
the 13th. An Illumination of the city in honor
ui uiiiuuiii s rieciiun was proposea. .
The general news was unimportant. 4
THE NORTH CAROLINA LEGISLATORS.
Raleigh, Nov. 25. Mr. Clingman has been
nominated for Senator, by the Democratic
cnucus. The Legislature yesterday elected
Hon. M. E. Manly Judge of the Supreme Court.
There is considerable talk among the legis
lators of secession.
THREE DAYS LATER FROM EtmOPH.
Cape Race, Nov. 25 The steamship Arago,
from Southampton on the 14th, passed here to
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.' Kcucroi news is no- imponaoi.
The Bank of England had again advanced
its discount rates to five per cent., and the
Bank of France had advanced to four and a
half per cent
The settlement of the Chinese question .'hat
been delayed for want of money, and the allied
armv was to march on. Pekfn, followed by
Lord Elgin. The army reached Yank-Tain-Yeh
on the 10th September. Official dispatch
es to the British Government, however, state1
that peace had been concluded. ' '.
The Prince of Wales's fleet had no't reached
Commercial. Ztwrpool, Wednesday Morn
ing. The cotton sales for Monday and Tues
day reached only 12,000 bales, including 1,600
ior speculation ana export, ana ue market
c'osea dull, nominally unchanged, and Friday's
quotations were barely maintained.
Rrtadsluffs. Flour dull, and 6d. lower,
Wheat quiet ; lower qualities were easier, but
?uotations were unchanged. Bed Western,
lr. Cd. 12s. 2d. Southern red, 12i. 3d. (A
Vis. lOd. White Western, 12r. 6d. 13.
and White Southern 13. 3d. 14. Corn
had declined: mixed and yellow, 37. 6d.
38. 3a.; white 43s. 45.
JVorui'on. Beef heavy. Pork quiet. Ba
con steady. Lard firm at 63. 61. Tallow
firm at 6b. 59.
General Pi Oiluce. Sugar and coffee steady.
Rice firm. Naval stores dull.
Consols 93 93 J.
a The Memphis Enquirer says that the seces
sion movement is " wrong end foremost;" it
proceeds from the politicians, when it should
nave started among the people. The same
paper calls the attention ot Secessionists to the
tact that any Government which they might
form could command no respect, as precedent
would be against its stability.
The Raleigh Jiegister concludes a leader with,
these words i
" South Carolina's movements are well cal
culated materially to impair the value of slave
in the States of North Carolina and Virginia.
Slaves ore goiug down in price every day, and
we may expect soon to see South Carolinians
and planters from the cotton States buying
negroes in Virginia and this State at reduced
prices. This is to be the blessing which North
Carolina and Virginia are to derive from a
Tus Tallest Mas in Kentucky. The Hop
kinsville Press says, that so far as it has any i
knowledge, Mr. John M. Baker, of Burnsrille, V
Caldwell county, is the tallest man in Ken
tucky. He stands seven feet eight Inches -in
his boots, weighs two hundred and forty pounds,
and is twenty-three years old.
The Lancaster Express says :
" We notico that a Washington correspond
ent now and then amuses himself by speculating
in regard to the future home of President
Buchanan some positively asserting that after
the 4th of March he will make his home in Vir
ginia. To save the Washington letter-writers
any lunner trouble on this point, we teel dis
posed to Bettlo it by stating that Wheatland,
the Mecca of tbe political pilgrims in 1856, is
to remain the home of Ex-President Buchanan.
Some weeks ago, a conple of the subordinates
of tbe White House came on here, and, under
the instructions of Mr. Buchanan, proceeded to
put the premises in order for reoccupancy.
Next summer, Wheatland will be a more attract
ive residence than everrand, iadeed, no more
beautiful retreat for a retired President could
be found in the country than Wheatland. There
Mr. Buchanan will have a fine opportunity, amid
the inspiration afforded by a quiet, invigorating,
picturesque rural retreat, to pursuo the literary
tabors to which, it is understood, he proposes
to devote the remainder of his days, after va
cating the White House.
A young lady, residing at Newburgh, on the
line of tbe Baltimore and Ohio railroad, hav
ing been disappointed in a love affair, left the
house a few nights since, went to the railroad
track, and having thrown her clothe oyer hsr
head, deliberately laid her neck upo'n'ona of
the rails, and remained there until a train ran
over her, killing her lniWutly.
AOlooutWwk in Savankah. Sitxinrta".,
Nov. 23. This has been the gloomiest week In
commercial affairs in this city on record. The
tntal an nf cotton onlv amount to 734 bales.
To day there were forced sales of sterling bills
at 95. There is nothing doing in domestio ex
changes. Freights to Liverpool for cotton
taken at 13 32. Arrived to-day, ship Mil
ton and brig Anderson, from Boston ; and brig
Antralia, from Wiscassct, Me.
Eidnaffino or Free Neoroes. Savannah,
Nov. 23. It has been rumored here for sev
eral days, but.discredited, that six free negroes,
seamen, were forcibly taken, on tbe night of
the 17th, from the barque N.W. Bridge, off Cum
berland Island, coast of Camden county, and
were not afterwards heard of.
It is also rumored that three free negroes,
sailors, a portion of the crew of the brig Win
gold, were taken from the Fernandina jail, and
removed to parts nnknown. The Fernandina
Floridian of the 21st asserts the truthfulness of ,
the report, and attributes the cause to retalia
tory measures, but condemns the proceedings. .
-Judge-Putnam, in bis charge to the grand jury
denounced these acts. The editor of the paperr '
says it is probable that the Legislature win - ?
pass an act preventing Northern vessels from i
bringing sucn crows to Florida ports.
Hon, John J. Crittenden made an eloquent
speeeh, a few days ago, in Kentucky, against
secession, and in favor of the Union,
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