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Vol. I.
WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1861.
No. 90.
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TUE DETECTIVES OF LONDON.
BY CIIAIU.ES DICKENS.
Your wife discovers, on retiring for I lie night,
that her boxes arc void her toilette tab'e ia
bare ; except the ornaments she now wenis, In r
beauty is unadorned, ns tlmt of a Quakeress ;
not a thing in left , nil the fond tokens you gave
her, pre-imptinl lover, are gone j your own min
iature, with its setting nf gold and brilliants;
her late mother's diamonds ; the bracelet:! "dear
papa" presented on her last birthday j the tup
of every bottle in the dressing case, brought
from Paris by Uncle John, at tlio risk of nls
life, in February, 1853, (being gold,) are otT
but the bottles (being glass) remain. Every
valuable is swept nwny with the most discrim
inating villainy ; for no other thing in the cham
ber has been touched, not a chair lias been
moved ; tho costly pendule on the chimney piece
etill ticks; tho cntiio uptrtment is ns neat
and trim ns when it had received tlio finishing
touch of the housemaid's duster. The entiro
establishment runs frantically up stairs and
down stairs; and finally congregates in my
lady's chamber. Nobody knows anything what
ever about it, yet everybody offers a suggestion,
although they hato not uu idea ' who ever did
it." The housemaid burets into tears, the cook
declares she thinks sho is going into hysterics,
and at last you suggest sendiug for tho po
lice ; which is taken a9 a supposition of insult
on tho wholo nssemblol household, and they
descend into tho lower regions of the home in
the sulks.
X 40 arrives. TTis faco betrays sheepishness
combined with mystery. He turns his bull's
eye iuto every corner of tho passage, and upon
every countenance on the premises. He exam
ines all the lock', bolts, and bars, bestowing ex
tra diligence on tho.e which enclosed the stolen
treasure. These he declares have been "wio
nted," thus concisely intimating, without quot
ing Pope, that there has been more than one
"ltape ot tho .lock, lie men noies ine non
disturbance of other valuabUs; takes you sol
emnly aside, darkens his lantern, nnd usks in a
mysterious whisper, if you suspect any of your
servants, which implies that ho does. He then
examines the upper b.;d rooms, and, ii the
room of tho female servants he discovers the
least valuable of tho rings nnd a cast-off silver
toolbpiik between tho mattresses. You have
every confidence in your maids, but what can
you think? You suggest their safe custody,
but your wife intercedes, nnd the policeman
would prefer speaking to his inspector before
ho locks anybody up.
Had the whole matter remained in the hands
of X 40, it is possible that your whole troubles
would have lasted till now. A train of legal
proceedings actions for defamation of char
acter and suits for damages would have fol
lowed, costing more than tho value of the
jewels, together with tho entire execration ol
nil your neighbors and every private friend of
your domestics. But, happily, tho Inspector
promptly sends a plain, earnest-looking man,
who announces himself as one of two detectives
of the X division. He settle the whole matter
in ten minutes. His examination is ended
in five minutes. As a connoisseur can deter
mine tho painter of a picture at the first glance,
or a wine-taster the precise vintage of a sherry
by the merest sip, o tho detective at once
pounces upon tho authors of tho work of art
under consideration, by tho style of perform
ances, if not upon the executant of the
"school" to which bo brlong. Having fin
ished tho toilette branch of the inquiry, he
takes a short view of the parapet of our house,
and makes an equally cursory investigation of
the attic window fastenings. His mind is made
up, nnd most likely ho will address you in
these words :
" All right, sir. This is done by ono ot the
' Dancing School.' "
' Impossible I " exclaims your plundered
partner. " Why, our children go to Monsieur
i'ctitoes, of No. 18, and I assure you he is a
highly respectable professor. As to his pu
pils, I-"
The detective smiles and interrupts. " Danc
ing," ho tolls her, "is a unine given to tho sort
of burglar by whom you have been lobbed,
and every branch of tho thieving profession is
divided into gangs, which are termed schools.
From No. 32 to tho ends of tho street tho hout.es
are unfinished. The thief made his way to
the top of ono of those, and crawled to the
garret "
' But wo are twonty houses distant, and why
did ho not favor one of my neighbors 't " you
ask.
" Either their uppermost stories nro not ro
practicable, or tho ladies have not such valu
able jewels."
" But bow did the thieves know that ? "
"By watching and inquiry. This alfair mny
havo been in preparation for more than ti
month. Your house has been watched ; your
habits havo been asceituiiitd. They nave
found out when you dine how long you re
main in tho dining-room. A day is selected ;
whilo you are busy dining, nnd your borvants
waiting on you, the thing is done. 1'ievioiisly
many tourneys havo been mado over the roots
to find nut tho beht means of entering your
house. Tho attio is chosen j the lobber gels in
and creeps tmiselesdy, or 'dances' into tho
placo to bo robbed."
" Is ihero any chance of recovering your
properly?" you nik anxiously, seeing tho
whole matter ut a glance.
" I hope so. I have sent Eomo brother offi
cers to watch the fences' houses."
Fences ? "
" Fences," explained tho detective, in reply
to your innocent inquiry, "nro purchasers of
stolen goods. Your jewels will torn be forced
out of their settings, and the gold melted."
A suppressed scream.
" We ehall bco if, at this unuaual hour of the
night, there is any butlo in or near uny of
these places; if any smoko is coming out of
any ono of their furnaces, where tho melting
takes place, I thall go and Beck out the pre
cise 'gnrrettccr' that's nuolher naino these
plunderers g'uc th"mclves whom I suspect.
By his trying to ' sell ' your ilonn-stici by plat ing
tho ring and toothpick in their bed, 1 think 1
know the man."
Tho next moriiiinr yon find nil these suppo
silions verified. Tho detective calls, and
obliges you, at breakfast, (after a sleepless
night,) with a complete list of tho stolen arti
cles, and produces somo of them for identifi
cation, in three monttis your wito gets nearly
every article back, except some of the gold
her damsel's innocence is fully eitnblMied i
and the thiit'is taken from h's ' School ' to spend
a Ion holiday in a penal colony.
Sometimes thev aro called unon to investi
gate robberies so executed' that no human in.
itenuily appears, to ordiuary obsetvers, capa
ble of finding the thief. The robber has left
no trail; no trace. Every clue seems cut off;
but the experience of n detective guides him
into tracks invisible to other eyes. Not long
since, a trunk was rilled at n fashionable hotel.
The theft was so managed that no suspicion
0 Jiild rest oil any one. Tho detective who was
sent for fairly owned, after making a minute
examination, that he could afford no hope of
elucidating the mystery. As lie was leaving
the bedroom, however, in which the portman
teau stood, he picked up nn ordinniy shirt but
ton from the carpet. Ho silently compared it
with those on the shlits which the thief had
left behind in the trunk. It did not match
thtin. Ue said nothing, but hung about the
hotel for tho rest of the day. Had ho been
narrowly watched, ho would have been set
down for an eccentric critic of linen. He was
looking for a wristband or shirt front without
a button. His search was long nnd patient,
but at length it was rewarded. Ono of the in
mates of the house showed a deficiency in his
dress, which no one but a detective would
havo noticed. He looked as narrowly ns lie
dared at the pattern of the remaining buttons.
It corresponded with that of the little telltale
he had picked up. He went deeper into the
subject, got a trace of some of the stolen prop
erty, ascertained a connection between it and
the suspected person, confronted him with the
owner of the trunk, and finally succeeded in
convicting him of the theft. At another hotel
robbery, tho blado of a knife broken in the lock
of n portmanteau formed the clue. Tho de
tective employed in that case was for somo
time indefatigablo in seeking out knives with
broken blades. At length he found one be
longing to nn under waiter, who proved to be
the thief.
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS.
Mrs. J. C. Higgins, living near Bridget creek,
Wis., one evening, n few weeks since, heard nn
unusual noise at the calf-pen, nnd upon going
out found that something like a dozen wolves
were contemplating nn attack npon tho calf.
Unon her nnnroach. thev retreated a short dis
tance. Mrs. H. is a good hot with a rifle, and'
sue iirai uuurriiiuieu 10 snoot at icnsioue or ino
intruders with her husband's loaded rifle. Upon
reflection, she put strychnine upon some meat
she had in the house, and gave it to her un
welcome visiters. Upon the return of her hus
band, who was absent the fore part of (ho even
ing, ho found twelve wolves lying dead within
a few rods of the house.
A lad in Wilmington (N. C.) took enough of
ins muiuere money, on ueanesony, me J31I1
int., to uuy two small snot-guns, witu which lie
and a companion went shooting. The gun of
his companion accidentally exploded, shooting
Dickson in the head, as he was crossing a brook
near the town. The frightened boy ran home,
leaving Dickson buried in mud and water. He
was found on the following Friday morning,
Btilt alive, and lived till Saturday, when ho died,
after relating the manner of the accident. His
lying in the mud, dying almost, for two nights
and a day, was awlul.
A Cuntocs Coincidence. A letter from n
brother of Major Anderson to a gentleman in
New York city mentious tho following curious
coincidence: It is n very strange coincidence
that ray fathqr was that "captain of tho Conti
nental line" who, by mistai o of his superior,
Lcan the battlo of Trenton, where Hubert was
long stationod. And, as Major, ho was a pris
oner of war, in actual jail, led only on rice,
with the smallpox for a dessert, in the very
Charleston wheie his son of the same rank is
now stationed tho former under 1'arlton, the
latter under Buchanan. What a coincidence!
A German newspaper contains tho follow
ing advertisement! '' A girl of good education,
of strict morals, being extremely handsome
nnd of enticing manners, conversant with ilia
keeping of hotel and tavern accounts, and apt
in serving at tab'.o or behind the bar, wUhcs n
situation as barmaid or waitress in u railroad
lefreshtncnt room. N. B. She can cut 223
pieces of bread and butter, of satisfactory up
pearance, out of ono pound of bread mid two
ounces of butter,"
In tempering steel for what is called a "straw
color," raise it to a red heat, then plungo it
into oil having a tempeiaturo of 175; for
purplo color, plungo it into oil heated to 200 ;
and for n bluo shado the oil should be 212
Fall. 'I his method of tempering with warm
oil answer well for ttcel wiro in coil, foully
taps, nud dies, and cutters for gear engines.
FotiTOXAi E. Three poor hard-woi king men,
named Young, Blake, and La llassney, have
discovered a qnaitz vein near Mourner Hill,
on the North Folk of Feather liver, California.
'1 he first day of discovery, beforu noon, they
panned out about one thousand dollars, and
although very little ground has been worked,
thi-y have nlieady realized $20,000.
Education in Connecticut. Connecticut
has nearly ono thousand public reboots, and
about ono hundred thousand children, between
tho ages of four aud sixteen. The Slule
lias school accommodation for nbout eighty
thousand children, at an actual expense ot
lour hundred thousand dollars, or five dollars
to each child. The uverago attend nice, how
ever, is but little over filly thousand.
A gentleman said once to his Bon who used
to btuy in bed lute in the morning: " Yuur
brother got up this morning at five o'clock, and
found on tho sidewalk a purse of gold."
" Verv well." replied the luzy young man, " if
the poor fellow to whom it belongs had re
mained in bed till ten, ho probably would not
havo lost it."
flmxo TiiirD3 on Titc Mii.eaoe. The mi
leage from Oregon is $13,000. The Presiden
tial electors ot that State would not ngice to
send ono of tl.eir number to hriiigllin electoral
vote, but all three came and divided tho $15,000
between thcin. One draws tho wliulu from tho
Treasury aud then shares it with his associates.
Pocek in SoustEa anp Nankeen in Winter.
A gentleman in Cincinnati, a duy or two
since, was invited to take n bund in a friendly
game of poker. " No, I thank you," said he,
" I played poker all 0110 summer, and had to
wear uaiiKecn pants an tne next winter. 1
j havo had po tasto for the amusement Bince."
GEORGETOWN ADVERTISEMENTS.
George B. Lipscomb Is our authorized agtnt
for Georgetown. Subscriptions and edverllse
weiits may be left at his' store, No. 113 High
street. The paper will be prompt) delivered to
subset ibers.
PROTECTION.
"Now In ihtue tniittM wlio ne'er Insured trnire,
Ami thotc who I .-, lei t!,em insure Ibe n.oru."
The Potomac Fire Insurance. Company
of' Gtoryctoum, D. C,
CIIARTKKKD II V CONOR ESS, I8JI.
STOr.KIIOLDBllS HIRSUNAI.LY KESPONSWLK!
rpilE Stockholders and Directors embrace many
JL of the most wealthy and respectable citizens
of this District.
JOHN MARBURY, President.
HENRY KINO, Secretary.
AMOS HUNT, Travelling Agent,
Office and residence No. 61 North A street,
Capitol Hill. Box 454, City Post Office. Orders
attended to immediately. Losses paid promptly.
Care for home, and hone will care for us.
nov 20
rjMIE ROYAL TURKISH TOWELS.
-L Bathing Sponges, Velvet Sponges, Bath
Gloves.
Brown Windsor Soap, Honey Soaps.
Lubln's Soaps and Extracts.
Genuine German Cologne, all sizes, wick
ers ana piam voiiies.
Bazin's Soaps and Extracts.
Pbalon's Soaps and Extracts.
Pomades of all kinds.
Hair TonlcB, ftc.
With a full assortment of new Perfumery.
Hair Brushes, Combs, Tooth Brushes.
Fresh Medicines, Pure Chemicals, &e.
Just received ut OILMAN'S
New Drug Store, 350 Penn. Ar.
Congress, Empire, Saratoga, Bedford, Blue
Lick, and White Sulphur Waters, always on
hand, as above. dec 3
B. 8IEOEL,
391 Penn. av., between Four-and-a-halj
and Sixth its.,
(tonth side,)
Importer and wholesale dealer in
WINE, BRANDY, GIN, CORDIAL, &c
DRUGGISTS, Grocers, and Liquor Dealers,
will find it to their advantage to give me a
call. I will sell the goods direct from the Custom-Homo
at New York prices.
Old Cincinnati Rye Whisky always on hand,
with a choice assortment of Wines, Brandies,
Gins, Cordials Ac. dec 3 3m
Massachusetts Clear Mets Pork
For sale low by
FROWNING & KEATING,
ro-ii avenue, near Sixth street.
FOR RENT,
IN the fifth ward, a Two Story and Attic Frame
House, containing eight Rooms, within three
or four minutes' walk ot the Capitol, on East
Capitol street, No. 103. Rent, $10.50 per month.
Inquire of 11. L. THOU AS, Third street east,
No. 408, or of the undersigned, corner of High and
Bridge streets, Georgetown,
mur 7 tf T. J. MCKSLER.
FOR RENT,
ATHREE-story Brick House, containing eight
rooms, In good order, with gas fixtures com
plete, on II rtreet, between Fourth and Filth.
Also, a two-story brick COTTAGE, with large
yard attached, corner of F street north uud Four
teenth street east. To punctual and reliable
tenants the terms will be moderate. Apply at
1(0 Trrcllth street, between U and II.
de 19 If
Chartered by Congress.
rpiIE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COM-J-
PANY OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
offers to the Property Owners of the District the
cheapest and as safu means of Insurance against
L03S by Fire, alijky other Company, as will ap
dear by an exainlnatlun of its principles.
The fact that :11 of the Insurance Companies
of the District are declaring large dividends to
their stockholders, at once shows tho great
profit on their premiums, and the consequent
saving to persons insuring with this Company.
ULYSSES WARD, Present.
CHARLES WILSON, Secretary.
MATHEW G. EMERY, 2cauw.
HANAOEE8.
ULYSSES WARD, JOHN VAN RISWICK,
JOHN DICKSON, MATHEW G. EMERY,
T. J. MAORUDI'lR, J. C. McKELDEN,
CHARLES WILSON.
Ofllce adjoining (north) the Bank of Wash
ington nov 20
a. II. MUNOK,
GUN MAKER,
No. 490 Sixth itrtit, touth of Penntylvania aienve,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
All work left at this shop over six menths will
be sold In order to pay for repairs,
feb 15 lm
W. O. BERRY,
TIN, COPPER, & SHEET IRON
WORKER,
, 487 Seventh street, between D and H streets
AV
WASWNClOV, n. c
feb 20 Cm
GAS FIXTURES!
THE BEST ASSORTMENT EVER OFFERED
IN THIS CITY
'TMIOSE who desire to select finmuew patterns,
J. wiih tho advantage of a reduction in prices,
will call early and examine.
Wo would also call tho attention of persons
about Introducing gas Into their dwellings to our
increased facilities, and consequent low prices,
for this branch of our trade.
Inviting all who desire their work done
promptly, and free from gas leakages, to call at
209 Pennsylvania avenue, between Tenth and
Eleventh streets, south side.
nov 20 J. W. THOMPSON 4 CO.
TDK UNION WILL STAND, NO MATTER
WHO'S PRESIDENT I
pONSEQUENTLY, I shall remain In Wash
v iDgton, nnd continue to pursuo my occu
pation of HOUSE, SIGN, aud ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING. Olldlng In all its branches. Old
Glazing promptly attended to. Painting and
Ornamenting Cottage I'uruiluie in the best
ftyle. I also call attention to tho Painting of
Roofs and Brick Walls.
All of the above I will do as cheap as the
cheapest. I therefore solicit the patronage ol
my friends and fellow citizens of the District
Puuctiiiillty strictly observed, and work done in
the best manner.
Ynu will plc8e mind your stops, and stop at
M. T. PARKER'S Painting Establishment, Nc. 53 1
5311 63 III Louisiana avenue, north slle, be
tween Sixth and eveath strtets.
P. S. Signs put tip free of charge, r.3 usual.
nv 20
HANDLES AND OIL.
20 cases Paraihne Candles.
20 boxes Sperm Candles.
CO boxes Adamantino Candles.
50 boxes Hotel Caudles.
1 cask Coal Oil, for burning.
Lard, Whale and Sperm Oil.
Just received, aud for sale by
E. E. WHITE ft CO.,
No. 03 Louisiana avenue, bet. Sixth
and Seventh streets, opposite Bank
dec 16 of Washington.
AMERICAN AND ENGLISH PIOKLK3,
SAUCES, Ik.
CHOW CHOW, 1 . .
CHOW, 1
PIOCOLILLY, I English.
White nnd Brown ONIOSS, J
Sauces.
Worcestershire Sauce, Soyer's Sultana, Read
ing, Harvey, and Anchovy SAUCES.
for sale by JK jSE B. WILSON',
327 Pa. av., between Sixth and Seventh
nov 20 streets, south side.
H. HOFFA,
337 Fenniyliania avtnue, oypoiile Droum't Hotel,
Mucnaa
WATCHMAKER & JEWELLER,
Recommends himself to the public In general to
do all kinds of work In his line, and guaranties
the same. Charges low leb 16
NEW PAI'EU-HANGING STOBE.
FRANCIS WILLNER,
UPHOLSTE R 1L R ,
Impotltr rtiJ Vultr in
French, English, and American Paper
Hangings and Window Shades,
No. 305 New York av., bet. 10th and Ulh sts.,
WASHINGTON ClrY
All work personally attended to nnd satisfac
torily guarantied. feb 18 Cm
FENWICK & STEWART,
PrALERd IV
SAWED & SPLIT WOOD,
And Coals of all kinds,
ALSO keep constantly on hand Building Ma
terials, such as
LIME, PLASTER, CEMENT,
ASPUALTUM, WHITE ft BROWN SAND,
HAIR, NAILS, ic, (JRAVEL.
Office, west side cf Seventh street, at Canal
Bridge. leb 10 3m
Champagne Wines and Brandies.
op. baskets heidsikuic champagne.
liiKJ 20 baskets of the celebrated Cliquot Wine.
12 dozen fine old Champagne Brandy.
12 dozen fine old Loudon Dock Brandy.
8 quarter casks very line dclicato Pale
Sherry, iraportul direct by us.
Iu store, and tor sale by
E. E. WHITE k CO..
No. 03 Louisiana avenue, between
Sixth and Seventh streets, opposite
dec 13 Bank of Washington.
OERMANIA HOTEL.
70SEPH GERHARDT'S, Gei mania Hotel and
J Restaurant, No. 310 C Btieet, between Four-and-a-half
and Sixth streets.
Refreshments of all kinds. Also, the finest
OjDlerB, In every ttjle; French, Hungarian,
Rtieln, aud Moselle Wines, Champagne, Bol
linger, Mumm, and Heldslek ; with the best ol
other Liquors. lu-v 30
Wines, Brandies, &c.
Choice Old Madeira, DufT Gordon Sherry,
Old LD Port, Fine Tuble Madeira,
Old Cnrasquedo Sherry, Superior Brandies,
Fine Old India Madeira, (a very superior Brtitlf,
not usually found In this market.)
Curaco, Marr.schlo,
Annesctte, Abavntho,
Congress Water. For sale low by
BROWNING & KEATING,
303 I'enn. avenue, near Sixth stieet.
Di S. LOCKViOOI) 4 DARRELL are prepared
to Insert TEETH on VULCANITE BASE
a new and improved modo. Wtieu made ou ibis
i.lan, they aie comlorlable to wear, and much
cheaper than any olhcr. Also, Teelh inserted on
Gold plate, mid all Dental operations of any kind
that may be desired. Office room, No. 5, in the
Wabbliigton Bulldiog, coiner ot Pennsylvania,
avenue and Seventh sireet. feb 15 3m
DANIEL GENAU,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
No. 001 Seventh street, opposite Odd Felluics Hut!,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
All work executed with neatness and dispatch,
feb 15 lm
Fine Family Groceries, Teas, &e. 1
Ray'j, Welch'.-, and Bond's Family Flour.
New Virginia aud Pennsylvania Buckwheat.
Fresh Corn Meal.
Choice (Jojheri Butter.
.Prime Lent Lard.
"Cl.oiee (Irceu and Black Teas.;
New Sugar-curtd Family Il.ims.
Just receivid and lursule low by
UllOWNINJ ft K'AT1NG,
353 I'enn. nvtuue, near Sixth btreet.-
IIAMSI HAMS 1 1
I HAVE In storo Maryland New HAMS, su; jar
cured, prepared Or family use.
JESSE B. WILSON,
327 Pa. av., between Sixth nnd S0V1 intb
nov 20, streets, south rUe. '
DK. W. J. CItAIGrEN,
DRUGGIST,
CORNER OF SF.VITII AND I STREETS,
Washington, IK C.
Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours,
feb 10 Cm
INTERESTING to Office seekers, Office holders,
aud Everybody Else. If you want an office,
buy a nice s lit ot Clothes from SMITH, No. 460
Seventh strfet.
If you want to have an office, buy a nice suit
of Clothes from SMITH, No. 400 Seventh street.
If you wish to look nice, buy n suit of Clothes
at SMITH'S an) how.
HOUSES FOR RENT. A desirable brick res
Idence, 410 Thirteenth street, between O
and II streets, containing eight rooms; also, n
House situuted on Twentieth street, betwren M
and N streets, containing six rooms. Key next
door, or apply at W. RUTHERFORD'S Marble
Yard, on K street, between Tweltth.,and Thir
teenth streets. Terms moderate, leb 18 lm
ALL IN WANT or Clothing sbou'd not full to
call on Smith, No. 400 Seventh street, to
buy their goods, as he will tell them bargains,
feb 28 Cm
AT FRANCIS'S
HOUSE-FURNISHING STORE,
490 Seventh street,
YOU can find a complete assortment of House
keeping Hardware, Cutlery, bilver-plated
Ware, Hi human, Block Tin, and Japanned Ware,
Door Mats, Table Mats, Feather Duster3, Clocks,
aud all the useful articles for Housekeeping,
together with Ladies' Satrhels, Card Cases,
Purser, Fans, Combs, Brushes, Baskets, ic,
ic, all selected with great care, bought for
cash, and will be sold at the very lowest prices
Purchasers will do well to remember
FRANCIS'S
House-Fnrnlshing Store, No. 490 Seventh street
nov 2G
THOMAS K. GRAY,
FASIudXABLK TAlLOlt,
D street, between Seventh and Eighth streets,
nov 2G Washington, D. C.
Hard Times Low Prices.
MR. II. STRAUS, 385 Seventh street, between
H and I streets, keeps constantly on hand
a large asiortment of Clothieiy and general Fur
nishing Goods, which he offers to the citizens of
Washington and strangers visiting ourcilv at (lit
lowest cash prices.
His former customers are earnestly solicited to
continue their generous patronage, for which he
returns his sincere thanks. feb IC Gm
BOARDING,
By the Day, 1IA, or Month, with or uithout
Jtooms.
y1 IIS. M. A. MILLS, having taken and fitted
1V.L up, In haudsorae style, that large and
pleasaut bouse, No. 504 Pennsylvania avenue,
third door east of Third street, between the St.
Charles Hotel and Adams's Express Office, near
the Capitol and railroad depot, is now prepared
to accommodate Transient or Permanent Guests
with pleasant rooms, with or without Board,
nov 20
JOSEPH SHAFFTELD'S
BALTIMORE CON FKCTIONERV,
No. 303 Suli St., lettceen G and 11 sis.,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
17RP.SH CAKES every day j Candies of all
1 kinds; Wedding calies, Fancy cakes, Pyra
mids of all kinds and sUes, Charlotte Russe,
Blano Mange, nud Jellies, made to order. Par
ties, Suppers, Halls, Excursions, Weddings, and
other entertainments, lurniahed on the most rea
sonable terms, leu Cream aud Water Ices, $1.20
per gallon. feb 10 Cm
NEW MESS MACKEREL, ic, ic.
5 Barrels New Nn. 1 MrMi MacUiel.
20 barrels Large New No. 1 Mackerel.
100 Halves, Quaiters, nnd Eighths Barrels New
Mess und No. 1 Mackenl.
5,000 pounds Large Fat Codfish.
0 tierces No. 1 Salmon.
20 kits No. 1 Stlmon.
00 boxes Scaled Heriiugs.
200 barrels No. 1 .-t. Johu's Alcwlves.
200 barrtla No. 1 Ribbed Herring.
For sa'c by K. E. WHITE ft CO.,
No. G3 Lou'tlana uveuue, bet. Sixth
and Seventh ttrocts, opposite Bank
dec 15 ot Washington.
SOUTHERN MEDICAL HOUSE.
DR. SIIUMAN has, alter an experience of ten
yi-uia, established the above icfuge from
quackery, self-labelled Indian cr German doc
loip, and pretemlerj of witchcraft nud impostors
iu general.
This Is the only place where a sure and speedy
cure can be obtained In the world for all improp
er aud evil habits, gonorrhea, gleet, seminal
weakness, syphilis, primary, secondary, and ter
tiary, organic weakners, pains In the 1 Ins, sliic
ttires, general debility, prostration, nervousness,
restle.s nights, palpitation ot the limit, ringing
in tho cars, luss ot memory, confiifiou, me an
choly, ntrections of the head, throat, nose, and
skin, and nil those peculiar disorders arising
from the Indiscretion of youth, rendering them
unfit for either busiuess, study, society, or mar
riage. Dr. S. tins the greatest remedies in the known
world for diseases of the blood, gonorrhea, gleet,
strictures, syphilis, seminal weakness, self-ubuse,
ic. Thcie is w case in which they fall to cure
In from 3 to 0 days.
Victims of these horriblo complaints, who
would wiih to be valuable men and ornaments
to society, fhould embracoithe earliest opportu
nity for relief.
Dr. Shiiinun has made the m st complete ar.
rnngeiucnts for the comfort of his patients who
eome f;om a dlilaiiee. They will bo furnished
with the most pleasant aud agreeable quartets,
necessary diet, nud mule us cuuil'ortnhls ai they
would he ut a liisl-ilaeS hotel at less than half
the cott.
D, not forgt I the name nnd number. Dr Shu
mini's 1 Mice is on 1 lie- inriier of Sixth strttt and
l'eiiusil'.auia lUH.nc, Clureudou Hotel, opposite
the Natiomil Hotel, Washington, D. C.
Per ouj nt a distance should enclose stnmp
for return pobtnge. Ofilca hours, 0 A. M. to 10
P. It.
Various parties have been enticed from my
Institution by certain swindlers on bHck.luets
in this city, who will ruo it till the day of their
death. A word to the wise is sufficient.
feb 22 ly
A. HUBNER'S
DRE3S-MAKINO ESTABLISHMENT,
No. 608 Eleventh street, between Pennsylvania atl-
nue and E street.
ALL kinds of Ladies' Garments, Dreisea
Cloaks, Mantelets, Sacks, Zouave Jackets,
Ac, ic, cut and madu to order, by every fash
ion plate, in the latest Paris and London styles,
at the shortest notice. dee 3 3m
$35,000,000. IT ..Van
the Offices in the country, nnd (alary. 37 can
tains the same matter as the Great Blue Boole
costing $3.00. Omitting the names which aro
not necessary. Catalogue of Curiosities at Patent
Office. List of Patent . Old books bought and
old. Catalogue furnished.
ALFRED HUNTER, nookieller,
feb 2C lmo Willards' Hutel Square
MONEY! MONEY II MONEY! II
368 DS!iKET- 368
I WILL give for good cast-off clothlngtht high-e.-t
cash prices In gold. All kinds wanted.
Call beforo selling elsewhere. I also havo A large
stock of nl -o new clothing, which I am selling at
extremo low prices for CASH. All, therefore,
who have good clothes (orsalocan get the high
est cash price here, and buy at the lowest, as I
buy nnd sell for ca h.
Come and see. No. 308 D street, between
Ninth and Tenth. feb 18 ly
Honse Decorators & Upholsterers.
We would respectfully notify all In
want of an Upholsterer or Paper Hang
er that we are prepared to execute all
woik Intrusted to us In the mo t supe
rior mauncr an I on the shortest possi
ble notice. All work done by us is
tinilcr our own Immediate supervision,
and sa'lsfactlon is guarantied in every
case. JOSEPH T. K. PLANT ft CO.,
300 D St., bet. Ninth and Teatfa.
Refer to Messrs. Louis F. Perry ft
Co., Detlers Iu Carpets, Oil-cloths, ftc,
corner of Ninth street and Pennsjlranls
avenue. feb 20 ly
BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY.
rPI.E subscriber has the pleasure of informing
-L his friends and former customers that he Is
engaged In the Boot and Shoe manufacturing
business, with an entire new stock, such ai
Melies' French Shoes, Gaiters, Slippers, Pumps,
ic, with a superior clock of Lemoincs' French
Calf-rkins, and nil oilier nmtirinls for the manu
facture of Uentlcntn's fine Hoots and Shoes, pur
chased for Cash, i.n.l h ill be made up by the
best workmen, and sold at the Lowest Cash
Prices, for Cash only.
To my former palronj, it is useless to say any
thing ut my qualifications for the business I have
ngaiu cmbaiked in. To them, and the public
generally, I will only siy, I can at all times be
louud nt home, nnd ready to wait ou them. The
oi.e-prire rule will be strictly adhered to. Giro
me a call. JOHN MILLS, Agent,
Fashionable Bojt aud Shoe-maker, No.
004 Pennsylvania avenue, between the
St. Charles Hotel and Adams's Ex
press Ollice, formerly uoder Brown
Hotel.
P. S. I have no interest in, or connection with,
any other store than the one I am in, No. 504
Pennsylvania avenue. J. M,
nov 20
PROVISION STORE.
MRS. C. OCKSTADT, 470 Ninth street, be
tween D and E streits, Informs the public
that she iJ prepared tj supply them with Meat,
Vegetab'es, unJ niticlej used In tho preparation
of ouH, of good quality and at low prices.
in- 24
Prospectus of tho Republican Era.
WaiUINotox, D. O., December, I3C0.
The undersigned have commenced the publica
tion, in this city, of a weekly newspaper, called
tln Rcpublic.111 Ern,
It Is printed on a largo sheet, 27 by 42 lnchos,
and is liimUhcd nt tho low prices slated below.
It will contain nil the original matter of the
daily National Republican, n ith the exception of
local news not interesting to country subscribers.
It will give full reports of the proceedings
of Congret s, and of the other departments of tho
National Government.
It will contain all the news of the day. foreign
and domestic, markets, ic, ftc, ns well as an
original correspondence from nil parts of the
country. The uiUccllancous department will ro.
ccivo special attention, aud, in all respects, the
ett'ort will he made to establish the character of
tho Republican Era ns a
family Ncwsi-APnn.
In politics, the paper will be Republican, sub
taking the Incoming Administration of Mr. Lin
coin, but disclaiming, however, any pretension
to be the organ ol tho President elect.
There is no other Republican paper In the
District nt Columbia, or iu the vicinity of it, and
it U believed ihat recent events have opened to
such 11 paper an inipoi taut sphere of useful ef
foit. Tho time has come, when the actual ad
m'nlslr.itlon of ihe Government upon Republican
principles will explode the misrepresentations
which have made thoso principles so distasteful
10 the doulh.
But U Is not only here, nnd in this vicinity,
that the projectors of tho Republican Era
hope to make it useful. To the whole country
thuy olfer a journal which will discuss national
politics from a national standpoln', and which
will never bo swerved from patriotic duly by any
ovei powering pressure of local interest.
TERMS.
One copy, one year .... $2.00
Three copies, one year ... 5,00
Five copitJ, one year .... 7,00
Teu copies, ono year .... 12,00
Twenty copies, one year ... 20.00
One copy, six mouths - 1.00
Fire copies, six months ... 3.50
Ten copies, tix mouths ... 0.00
Twenty copies, six months - - - 10.00
Payments always In advance.
When a Club of subtoilbers has been forward
ed, additions mny be made to It on the lame
terms. It Is not necessary that tho subscribers
to u Club should tecelve their papers at the same
post ollice.
Money mny be forwarded by mall, at our rltk.
Large imm inUcun I'C leiuilttdln drufis on Bos
ton, New Yoik, Ptiliadelp'uia, or Baltimore;
smaller amounts In gold, or In uotes of solvent
banks. Address
W. J. MURTAGH ft CO.,
llepubliean Era, Washington, D, C.
Thoeoofour exchanges publishing the above
conspicuously three times in the inside fornv
their paper, aud forwarding a marked c-'
this ollice, will receive our dully ljir
until the end of the ensuing ses'
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