Newspaper Page Text
EVEN mo STAR.
W. 9. WALLATlf. Fdit?r U?4 Prtpriftor.
lit ! OAT DF<;K>II?RH s 1*63.
KTKXABINO MATTKK U? KVXRT PAQI.
BBS OGTSIDB ?OK INTBBBBTIMG TBVJG&APH1C
AnV OTUkK MATTIR |
Menator* and K*-prfdfn a.ivM can hare the
Dailt ? ax xe St a u delivered refnlarly and
promptly at their re?idence?, <? vrr.ipj^rt, by
ordering It thronph the Secretary of the Senate,
tbr Clerk or the Houw of Bepiv?entatiTes, or
at tb* vfflce cf the ktail, corner of tltb street
and Pennsylvania avrnne.
POCIAL AMI) POLITICAL EQUALITY.
Tbo Jtc pubiican party, In arranging a platform
on which to go before the people in the late
Northern elections wisely e^phewed commit.
tin?r themselves to the advocacy of aegro social
and political equality. Hrnce their success in
New York. New Jersey and Pennsylvania, In
In Which Stales they wonld have been lnglorioult
deieattd Lad tbty neglected that precaution.
In Wisconsin, Iowa and Connecticut
tiiev wrre careful to make the otieetion efnerm
joitixiU equality a vide i??uf,on which its sup.
port* rs wt re signally d^ftated. Such, in tew
vol<*-?-, i? the ksi?tor> o! the action of that party
od tie tubp-rt matter Mt.ce the clcse otthe war.
Thai is, ?ip to the tnevtirg of Congress. Now,
fccw<^er, it i?j i rrrt- as though its leaders are
d'mlnrd to run mit it toa r* cord which will
iu< > liubiy dn\e ficm its support the great
p.sMiof the white labor of the North.
1 Le conr?e tbey ee? ni disposed to pursne intc1t*s
a fpferiy onslaught upon the administration
of President Johnson, whmw nnlii-*
- - ' rw"*/
upon tbe subject is simply the result of hi*
pr< at f *p? rl? uce in tbe liUMUt-mt of uiU^roan*
abip, Li? intense doouon to the interests of tbe
labeling u:k**? e, and bit fix* d ideas of what
Will fc*nt ?oh? rvp the happiness, progreaa and
prt-sp?Tity ot all, white and black. North,
ISomb, Enst acd West. Thel?sue isapparently
to I.e randi' o\tr tbe allaira of this District,
?bn b m proposed to he thoroughly Africanized
We are rot believern that Mr**rm. Sumner acd
can force their party in Congrrsa up to
the support of their proje?ta. "Vet it seem;
nrol,nti!l" th*t thr* will inHnca n nnrtmn ?? It
lo itskc tucb a r? cirrt ;i? will inevitably snndt
r it in twain, ar.ii drive from it the support
?ftLe hundred#otthousands of voters whose
devoticn to the cause of the Union, raiher than
to a! cliticni.-ro pure and simple, kept it in
|>o??rlD tbe late Presidential election. The
renarbs of our eot?mpornry, the Chroiiclt,
thi? mornlnp, on the tubjeeS lead us to believe
that those it rt present* Lave determined
ti> draw the sword on the Pnvtdenl* and his
policy and throw aw:ijr the scabbard. We have
bo fpuce to-da j in which ton ply to the re
n.aih* ci ir.e Cfirmiclr, wherein it malign* and
mint | rrerata thi? community in whoaemidst
(bf crETO li imtrd by far than in any
Worth^rn city. litre, his legal and industrial
right* eie far more freely accorded him than in
dry Northern cr mmunity, notwithstandingtho
fart that tL?- wsr has crowded Washington
with thousand* rn thousands of the class of
Drprw* ignorant and incapable of the prop>
er discharge of the duties of citizenship and
rivrlty vi'h white labor, such as are almost
rutin 'y r.r.known in Northern communities,
where, decpite the law, no negro is permitted
by public opinion evtn to cairv ahodor drive
a truck ia competition with white men.
PATENT OFFIt'K IMPROVEMENTS
The Cuamiwioner of Paionta ia abou'
mnkirca thanze in the arranp#mf-nt* nt ih?
Pati nt Ofllct. vbicb will not only be nn addlttmrU
attraction to the interesting collection
th?re deposited, but will prove of vast benefit
to thc*e manufacturers in the country who
ara:l tUcn>M-l>e6 of its advantages. It is deai?~ncd
to devote the old central model hall to
tiie purpose of displaying the manufacturers
of U?e country. Persons desiring to deposit
umpire of rood# are to erect a anitable case
fur their protection. An officer, furnished by
UieOotertitnent, will be constantly in attendance
for the ptirpo^eof explaining the contents
of ?be ca^es to visitors. The model cases
at present occupying tne central ball, are to
be eqo\ ed out as last as the erection of sample
Cfet a r? ndt r it necessary, and the models will
te d? j ositrd in the northern ball. There will
be now three extensive balls for the reception
cf models, to that rach model is separated.from
the others, and bears a card containirjr a iegi>.!
I'M. ? ' 1 - --
.. .K<ivu vi in iuancirr, iar^ .'UTOraiD
rumor* evtry facility for their inspection.
CASTTALTIES IW GKKIEAL OFXICKRS.
An port from the Adjutant General's office
states that the ncinb? r of Major General# who
bar# rone out of eervics since March 11, is
a* follow*:?Honorably mustered out. If-; re?(fnr<i,
S|?total &>. Number of brigadier (Jeneral*
who have rone out of service, is.-?HouOnhlV
mi.atorpri Ant *%! ^J *
?w??? ?v. i' oi^i *"*?? ao. vuruf t? f
total 1:17. Total of both grades, 160
Th? Wibklt Star is now on oar connter
or?ale, and In wrappers ready for the mailscontaining
the President's Met^a^e and all the
accompanying: reports of the heads of department*;
report of General Grant; the charming
ory of "Strategy at the fireside;" "A rough
Hor.tymoon, or th? experience of a newly
tr.amcd tr.an;" proceecincs of ConjrTesK, Snprrme
< Vinrt, and City Councils, a n?w feature
of the 4 "ohb case; arrest of Mr. Cobb; foreign,
domestic, departmental, military, naval and
local newa; agricnltnre, miscellany, and the
latest telegraphic dispa*che? from all quarters.
PUOBOTIOS^ !5 thb PATKNT OxTICK ? Mr
N.Crawlorri, Mr. J. T. Kale* and Mr. T. C.
Connoll y I a\e been promoted from assistant
examiners to examiners.
|Y ?? CAULA131ED TKLKG&A31ri,
Amir** Tfi.istifH CotnST, I
Olh' Willard*' IWemt??r 8.
The ' oll>'?injc Telegram remaia ia thi* oflles
and'livere<l, for wan ?f sufficient a<ldreM and from
tb?r ran?e? :
Kt?n V Mone Col Temple Hark?
Jacot* Paiker N 1> Whitridw
? o Taj lor llonl,'(M'Urkt
Col Fit-d Myera Jam** Hart
J A Wa.'??U ?
B P SNYDER, Manager.
Tkligkaph COMPACT. i
Ofrf* 4 3'2 Pa. arenne. Im-emVet ft. 1^>5 (
The following Tel??rama remain in thu office
?mi^ilTer?ti. for ?aat of auAcient ad-lren and
torn r>?h?r causes;
* M Burdice Sana Mrrielland
j?ot 1 tf B. P 8NYI?KB. Manager.
|f j 1 Q*| JMHSIWi ?ho ban ntion to
mimi infli-ri or nrrTli^ pl?>? out of order,
re roiQMtrd t? Kivr p tic#, >c. SOO 5>th 'irwl, 2d
tl: r OIO. A. MclLHKNNT.
df * Im Krjine'r.
MEDICAL As? " I ATI#**.?A* a-lj-iarnad
u "J Turning ! lli? MKUH AL ASsOHTIO.H
utl'i* ri?i> trt r<f Colombia ?ill t-e ht-ld m the r>K>ma
of t>if )lnltr?! Cnfiiljr, on TUESDAY, December
lZt>? a? I o'clock p *n.
dfKn J W H. LOVE.IOY. M. D ,*ec.
* *r*< i * l TSfFkTin<; of r 11 i workII
? ? CONVENTION wi I be held
T>I"? ( KiMa* > ETKMKfl PecrmMr Vh. at <;??r(ii
llib ?tifft unt, t>et?reu K and O itl. I
feorth at H Ylock
A (1 <*? > ?*??? are reo??"ted to he prnaent.
H\ . r-'.? t of tl?* 1 ? --k*! ? It*
FY"- F<-R *|IK RKSFTIT ??F THE HUTEKS
U ? ??> Mlhi'V ? l!?-?utiful Ste'^oaropic I?*
LiHlicD. ?ilk fire Tom I ?''d instrumental mn.ir t
(I it r ' ijiifut r"wtlii(?. Ml Uon/.*n Hall, F
*t I?t lib ?v! Hrth, Tillsi Friday > K VJCNIN'j, at
S o'< lo?k.
"An'tl "f an Irish F*Uo " will exhibited
through tl?t?-r?*?-pii? *n ai.rt tho popular aong,
* \* k?rin* . f the Gr*?-n." will b? ?nug. Admi?*ioa
t? r. ? ? . (kiMrni half ?f>? lt*_
IY~s^"' AFROM TBf < r?TINKNT?' ? Hon.
Lk? wt-ti *r Cot va x Speaker nf the H<*n?e
i>t F*rre??n?a?l??-i?. *11' d. !i?rr hit lertnrr, giving
?n arrovi.i of hit Tiiit aiu>t>g Murno'i* an>l
l.r. m.r L <VII<? I- I. * ' '
w,ri<in mill '-ar nni'in* rerion*.
WfoinHtf Ut?lili.|ton Lwlor' AKOtUliuii ?t7H
o'rlork ..n TI'FflrAY KVRMINO. lN-? l?h. at
V f.!n ( h?r?l on 'Lo Cr>ri>*r ?.f F an-l Mh ?tre?U.
T ? krlt for ?ala at Poat Oflrr No?? Stand. An- i
drrtob ?, on 7th ?tr*et, the bookvtorva and ho- I
tela. de 3 St"
\14)Tli| T<> WHOM IT MAT CONCERN -Tha
M'hKKI. Hoft^K b? ma a* taken up
?>ij IWh ?f Notrtnlwr will W told at W. t.
? all k f?. % H?x?ar, on TUKSHAV J>#c#m?nr 11.
at W? o'cl'wk, u*l> w o*u?r cooih forward to p*j
d*8?t* JAMES CLANCY.
Dtcy liOOi'8 -Tfcc m<i1rnil(iirl yulitrij tiki
Ik* i'i" H*b i ( lk? T.a/iIp? to hi? I*rg9 wvirt?'i)t
of PKISS ?J?W)1>8 rorrhMnI ihltvMk ?l
r?1nr?d flier*. Th*? *111 be *n|i) rrrr Ia* Th?
IHIi'vIrt pt'rtt '*mpiiM o?r ?<w-k. to wi| ?
MITT: I ?*(?>*. M F.RIMi >4,
AlPAI AO ?>-! ALrACA Ll/^THK^. rn?*on,
Ya1.*N<|>*?. l>KLAiai),CAl.li:OK9. GIHO"?scurTO"-,i,r?ot.,
Corner Id tod Xut Cap"' I
US tt* Cafitul Htll.
I.ATE FROM KI'ROPR.
ABP1VAL OF TIIE 8TKAMSHIF ASIA.
Spain BatU out of the < hiliaa Affair?Tke?
Fpniail Head I rntrr. StfDkfll. EKa?M
Pursuit? Rrrarioluff? Doll.
Halifax. Ih>c. 8 ?The steamship Aaia, from
Lavt-ipeol on tbe V5th ult, via Uueenatown ua
i the Stiih. has arrived.
Ta spc.s. Nov. v!5.?The Par;* correspondent
! of the ChAf says tlie Spanish Ministry have
| decided to back out of the Chilian nflTair, and
th > Spnnirh admiral has been ordered to susi,(nd
Stephens, the Fenian Head Center of Irelaud.
has not jet b*en recaptured.
T!.?' utenm* hip Columbia, from Ne\r Orleaua,
arrived at Havre, and the steamship Uou!ilee
Livikpooi, Nov. 24 ?Commercial Cotton
I sales to-day, 7.1O0 hales, market closing unchanged.
Hreadt-tulTs dull, Provisions un
I.ivEnrooi- N'nr oi l 'nno/\l /?1 Aaart ? ani/ 1
' a>9\ for mon^yr 'rT S. 5-?*? M
noi? Central, -'>fca.w3. Krie, 56?a57.
Attention, shoemakers -ljcathkr
and FINDING? at coat for th? next ten daya.
419 lltb ttrect, betweeu E aud F north
d?t-10t? JJ3. HALL.
ALIGHT BAY HOKbB strayed on the 7th day
o! S?Ttnit'?r fican 23d iire^t, t*tw?*n M and
N 'Ninn year* old. Blind or, left aide. Haa a
aacdle nor* A III ?ral rexvar* will t>? given for his
retain to HHbKb CAKFENTEK. Washington.
_ila a at*
A T I'U I \i V l 'i *MT
I em rWitig ont my entire *to<k of TOBACCO.
C!(iAK> and FAM'Y AllTlCLKsi al cust, until
Wed tie- day ueit. Thenale is positive. at my stoic
ti tDcar^d f< r other bu'iDeet. Now ti tb? time to
eolre a l.nrptln on my *rook. ? Call early at 275
Pa. it . trl. inh aid 1U)< *ta. df8 It*
Tin GAME OF RKP. WHTT*. AND BLUK;
Th* Game of Anthor*; The Game of Great
Eve* t?; The Game of tJreat Truths by Great
Antbore; The Hhak?pe,treRn Game; The <Jam* of
Battle Field-; The Gauie ot Conrt*hip and Marri:>e?-?10
c? nt? each.
d?- - FBA.NCK TATLOB.
80.000 worth of
W15TKR T>RK?S GOODS,
frrm New York Auction*. Cheap for oaah.
def Jt JOS. J. MAT A CO.
|)IPOT OF TAKIS KID QL.OVKS.
BaJUU S, AMD
i In all colors an 1 sizes, for
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
JrmTin's Emb'd KID GLOVES at #1 84.
Cndr?+?e4 KID GLOYES at $1.
Alexandre's Long KID GLOV at 98.89.
Ceo Troisier ? Lined KID GLOVES at |J 7J.
JOS. J. MAY <fc CO.,
30ft Pennsylvania aTonne.
de 8 2tif between 9th and I0iU *u?
ilLO PINNA. AVKNl K.~ ooi)
&ri& BETW. 11T1I AND 12TU 3Td.
OLD ESTABLISHED STAND.
WOOD AND COAL.
a .n n. i. - w. .j
*- * ivi r?wB vi mi biuu? *?l UUli fJIWf t*Ti l
iplit lu any length or ?i7.e reijmr.'d.
A wc!1 n-lrriert artir}?? of Pin'", pxprp??ly fjr
Vintini *. anwrd short and fla? split &< a Mib*titnte
pi--.. -* ??
m wKitir" rujci lUI IU ?fij UlUVT QOIISf
in WarbtCkt n lor ibe mannf* tine of Kindling
*nd HtuTi-\Yt:o<l. a cheaper and letter article niay
be ielied cn.
de $-]w TBOS. J. QALT.
C< O A L!
C O A L !!!
Coal kept in floored and roofed buildmgi, dry aud
free 1'icni dirt.
WI11TK ASD TJED ASH COAL
all flies constantly on hand.
A prime aitirle and full weight may be relied on
at reunced rates ton ?sl>.
W T. BROWS'
OcO Pennsylvania av?-nn<?. L- tw-*n OUQ
_ _ Hth hdiI 1: th st<. deft lw
f^NAMKLLKP LFATilEU DICK for CwriU?e
J Cornmtj; ami 0:?en anil BU.k Enamelled
Mn?liufer Forfeiture Covering, fors.Ur at No. ft 13
7th Pt . by J I>. FI'MOKD k < O. dwf-lin
DR. LOCKWOOD, VukiDfton Tluilditiji, 344
Pa av.. ha? employed Dr McCREKDl a ak 111fui
I'ratlst. froni VewYork, and willin?ert TEKTH
<>n Rubber at a very reduced price. Ethir udmtn
Ultrrt if4mired. ?1? <-lm*
MlfcS fB Al>.
POTOMAC BO* H*BR1K0.
N?. lailOKl!. MAOKKHKL,
Put np reaaly for family nn* Vor aaln by
J. O. WI1 ITWKtL * CO ,
d* K-eoM No. 67 Loniiiamva*.. near 7th at.
F-cd NOGGT KGG~-N<>GG,
j Prepared from fr*ah Kk**. Cr?<*m and Sos^r.
It ia very mholeaome aud invigorating to tba weak
For rale by IOAK A PKKRlh.
dec itif Corner K ami 9th at*.
10 pRl'NEs in gl&u and wood,
KICiS In dinmi,
LAIES LAYER RAIilNS,
Ju?t rec?iv*d ??>r?J?anx>r Falrfa*.
J. C. WHIT WELL k CO.,
dffi?ri.Tt 6? LonlMa&a . n?ar 7th at.
On hnnd a Hist and larva ai-aortmpnt of CARRIAGES.
both light and heavy , w hich-er?jgv
will L? (old at teapoijitblit r?te?. AllNgPDWeyi
CmrriagPB acid warranted. Alio, flrat
rla*a flrorrry and Expr^an Wagoni. Carrlasjta ta
keu on storage. Krpairing promptly attended to.
KoSSBT H GBAllAM. 409 Pa. ay.,
de 6 *t* nrar 4K ?t., and 374 D ?tr?>et.
TV 1THoTS OXTKE gTs fur rxtra-tinz t**?th with
1^1 out pain It In T?ry rWsaut and ne*??r iiyurioo?
to most delicate. Ha\e ifivfn it to o?er fiTe
thnn?nr?J p?r?f n". Adm1ni*t*r??d d*ily from 'J to 10
ii. m.. by P.of Ilowland. at l>r. WUlvorth'i Office,
No 366 C st , near 4)% ?t. da 5-lm*
(^Ol THrOMB. FAIB1U|CO., Vireworkert.
" no. .nt> E str#*t. Tti-nr n?b. Washington. All
kinrta of wirework fop wia<1nw?. ekylight*. A<\,
??dn t* older, kt tb* thnrlMt t. -t ?- (l?4 lw*
y ICXOK DEC K I
PIANO TrNEB AN* BIOl'LATOB.^Sj^
KsTABLIrfHKft I* 1335.
Connected during ten yearn *lth the Tlann Store of
John F. Ellit. Km ., abd know n >u> Tana*
for Chlckering k Sons.
0*T>*HS TfOW FKCFITUn AT
DEM PSIY k O'TOOLE'S, KnpraTera and. Stationer*,
Jtc , Pa. ?t., bet 9th and lOtk #U.
T. C. RKICBKKBACB 8 Piano Rn* in,
no J2 5*1 49* lltl- ?lreM. nwr Pa. aTenna.
yy ines ak? lwluk?.
Fine Amontillado. Flirrry, Mndflra and Port
Uib?? in ?o< d and in buttle*. Piper's Heidx'ck.
B.WMrk k C<r, and (barlrs fleid?ick'a CH\M
PAGKS \* IUF8 in onartt and ntntu
On* puncheon Bani??v'a 8cot''h ^lalt WFTI8KEY,
n^r.e??f> ft Otard a fine KK\NDIKH, together
with an ?sienatv? *t<>rk of auporlor Old K*?*n<l
Brnrloo MHIBKIHS. Alto, on* punrk?ou St.
Thomas BAT BUM.
B KA L L ft B'KER.
365 renn?TlT*iiia aT?nn?,
d*2 f-olw opp>?itr Nalinnikl Hotel.
1A1MK8 ATTENTION -*ellin? off at coat, to
a nn?ve rr-oui for Cliri??niiu? k<>o?|#,
Bi KNETS. II ATS. TUKBAV8. ftc.
<'otii?* and u?t a ch"?p Hat I will
ftl?o rll tin* Vancy Goods. La< ?. Rtldioua. KlowM
n-?.- ...A /ii? t_ m-i??? *? A
rirf m < uri*t #'i m II** ViUAK 1 TI III OTI II ? * , DQV*
loin Zt-jh) r and Wor??fd at re<lur?it ?r<c?a.
Cm!I at llOSW K I.L S Cuncy Store.
di>i 6* 30-2 K Htrret, n??ar Uth
CLOTUH CLOTH !TT~
Th* manofacturer alio petid* my regular supply
of ( li ih lian I y n.ihtMkc fftit h lot n?t in'ni't" i f<>r
m# of Plain R!ark HeaT<r? and Fancy
4,'Mlis rwiigint; from .*- '0 to ?12 for l?rtW and
rliil->.!.' ? Inaka ai>4 Kirtin* 1'rMM, which I wili
at-11 at M*ri*k*or ver* low pricea
I adiea ai.d f I .i Mr en "a Clnaka rut and fit and alio
madr t? order in the latent fathom*!'!1*
noSO-eolm 336 PennnylTa'.iii auntie
liPORAIT TO Ullll *M' GKNTLM1
MtN-Ai ili*i>rwiiD for fa*hiotiahle partlea la
n?* at hand w?-d?eni it due to theladi??of thi?
t'nultol to that the only r>l?ca to purchaa*
tti.r I V.KFllir.RV, HAIR WOUX . Ac Ac.. i* of
N I IMt'NGKoT, comer of D and 10th itreeta.
Oft! Ybr *v?ini#v
to utate, that the flnMt I1A1Ri
.i !11 fitylo, U don# at the above
CMaMlfriiTrent. iladxDis D^mfni^nt will **i ?.
atTe^ed prompt!y. ?rd?r* for ont
? ' LAblFIKI) ClDtlti : Rerei
Ted thltrtny per ste?ml r*m aJflo??rE *'.,m
fifw fork, two k>nn<lr?d barrel* CLiBiriinr?
PFK which 1 offer lor ! In duaatitiaa tA ...?
purcfcaaera, at fcew York price. 4 to ault
RILEY A HHINN
L'l.ion Bottling D?#ot." 47 Oru. .1
r>o 'M? *" ' Gutfwtowi'p'fl
A i ARU -To prtrrut misapprehension. it i?
jr???r far me to state that I have no interest
or coi orm in any other Oyster K?t?blliha#ni than
Diy old Oiiginal Establishment. No. UB1 O street,
where 1 am now fitting op t new aalooa, with com
fcrtai le taMee, rarshle of Mating sixty persons at
a tioie. f< r ?uppl> iug customers with roasted oysIts
?as well as is other shaaeei in the manner of
the reletuated F niton (N.T.) Market establishment*.
sa<1 which will be opened in a few days in a
st> le to sarpaas an) thing ever before attempted in
tM?<lty| NopaUs or expense have been spared
to B'?ke It the Uadlng saloon of Washington,
no 16 !? T. M. BARV1T.
I Intelllgfacer and f'hropirle co;y.)
BALLS, PARTIES, Ac.
I/IKST OK4XD Of O MAHON** 01Br
CL1, FKNIAN BKOTJI KULlUUD,
To N? |ir?n kt rj
ODD F1LLOWS' HALL, Nary Yard, a
MONPAT ITKIfTKO. tW. IS. 18VJ.
The ('? mnltlM ledge them?elve* to make this
one of the moat agreeable of the ai>aa<<ii
Committee of Airanffmati.?J . O'Meara, M. D
Herkey.P Heckey.T. Shea, M. McCormlck, !'
McHeroara. T. Neegle, A Warre 1. di> 8 St*
I CfT?0? Friday morting.a ladyV light SaMe
1 i FCR G<>I,LAk. not very now. Tii? finder
will confer a jrr?at favor hy Ifavtng It at the Wtar
Oft're, and will receive a suitable reward. It*
TMKKN CP KSTRAY. last night. near tbe CaoI
it..I Ir'.,k liriKSI with t,ri.flat mill ).? -? t
till The own?r*lli npplynt No 43115th stroot,
cr 5" 4 M street. Ifland.
defi-Jt* I>. WIPTBRF1KLD.
D~ OO LOUT?A whit" SKTTKtt 1>< Hi. with liver.
ci>lor sr?>t on one ?1de, liver col r ears, and part
of tail.?!thrbaln culliti on. Answers to the ntm?
of -'Cor " A !IVr?l reward will b? r*i<l for hia retorn
?o 3^1 K ?t., between 9th end 10th
de R St* K.J. BOl'RKK.
RAN away FROM arBSrRlRKH. (in wwjuftil*y.
6tta, * la'a* OBEY MARK. with
airarer.da en-all knot on left front leg, near the
hrt-f with a leather halter on. a liberal reward
will L? given f-r any i ufm matlon ?o 1 may get hor.
U. n. RlDKNOrR,C<?iif?-H?tirr,
<!?S-3t* av^bet. 9th and 10th ?ta.
IOsT?On Thanksoiving Pay. tne 7th initant,
j 1-etween Washington and Tennallytown, on
Pa ?Tett?e or m*h street. Oeorf?t-r>im, a
POCKkT BOOK, containing A lilipral reward
will 1>* piTcn for the Mama if latt at ttia
A "line House, cor??r 7th and La uronne.
It* BOBKBT WAT.L.
RKWARP? Stolen from the snb?cnlxjr
V liring near ClifTbnrn* Rarrarku, on the
niw-iiinu of l?er.7th, one I>I NN HOBSK. Whita
irmn?-and tall, about lft band* hii;h; 8or9r?ara
a1<1 Lr ai^/f a.) IT fi vi tl< 11> .. Utt&n U ah iW> ! ?k?
Vtu, i'iauuru y . U. % kiiu IUC lUildl U UU IUC
nfde of nerk Will give a reward of S'M for tha ro,oT?rT
of thehor?e. (?l?n-3t?l JPIIN L1TTLK.
nf'AK KN F6TRAY BY Til It METROPOLITAN
1 POLICE ? On the mth Norewher ult..a<Urk
P. AY MAKE, white tinder the saddle, wa* taken
tT<t ri?v I jr I lie police. I lilrnx owuerrktp in proven
to the Property Clerk, at hi* office. No. 4S:t 10th
*t west, hy 10 o'cWk, a. m. Tnth.1*v the 19th In
stant . Raid Mare will h* sold to the highest rash
hiddor pnnnant to law, at th" B?7a?r of W. L.
Well A Co., No. 9S l.oniriatin it venue
Hv older ii C11 Uli V It II l? RtilflT
, W. L. WALL * CO..
d(" -H [Republican] Anctieneere.
LOST?Tuesday. m tmall Lap I)OU, who answers
tlie raiue of''liljou." Wh^flrer will ratnrn
the dojf to 146 O at., will receive the thank* of the
owner aud be liberally rewarded. A kiuhM white
'I'Ahlt.N l'P KSTKVY?A red 0<>W, with horn*
. >.<4 -k ...* 4.1 rn. 111 a
a tuunuiiwii. j no uwuttr will piMM cumi*
forward, proye property, pay ohar??>*. an t t*ke it
w?y. eAM I KL BUUKMaKBE.
<1?- fi- Si* Fort Mnn?fl?ld, near Teunaltytown.
Cun KKWARP?Fora SQRRKL MARK,W??re><i'!,
white hind r-ot. atimll alio in the
fac<?, ard over nine years of ???. W*J stolen frwtu
tny tatm al>ont thr wrek* i>?rk.
A. C. V. tsHUKMAK KB. 7th #t. R>ad,
<le I 31* fiTf mile* from WaahiDittnn.
/ 1 1 11 V r|*i k U V n It V tl lu uu i ut?tM v* " " ?
a im ? i v 01 r nr>n ' "nn '.II* f*
V/ hi j 1ftli &trret? ea?t Eortb. a NEWFOUNDLAND
l'OCi. whirli the ownsr cnn hare l?y proTinif
pi<>l*ii) and pa>iuf cliaiKett.
d?? 2 *? BTr.iocRmon
Ki> FltOM TUX liKSibiNCU or u. a
pjtvip. <?th qtroet. a "mall rat tinier DOG.
Imvinit ?n it rollnr nmrki'il Chat. X Gait. No. 313
K ttieet. W?-twr?-ti 111It and 12tl? ?tr?*?t?. Any person
rrtnrnint ?ni<l flog- will be kindly thanked. n<> tJ tf
1,M BMSHKI) ROOMS, WITH HOARD-\t 456
K f-trret, htid within n few yar<l* of the General
P>?t Oilico nud Patent Utile# building*. Terms
ii)i iirr?ti< de s 3t*
I/ OH K> NT- tarniehed or nnfurntsh-d
I %ith or ?!;b?ut Uiird, t?r for houncekptnK
??s hmh. Ac , at 1*3 G st^. two squares from V\ *r
irrrm inn one ironi Penna av-. de8-3t* |
hrxl Jadj , ran obtain a plennant ROOM and good
lid A K11J N <? in a !>imn> l* an in family. at No 47 fi i
Mai > land avenHP, near 4>, titreet. A few Table
Hob: d?-i a at coiiitimda i-d. de irn*
iJoAll*1?Ten or twelre gentlemen can l?e accom1?
nr-dated with BOAltl* and comfortable
ROOMS. A No. gentleman detiring Board without
rocuia. riui l>e accommodated l>r applying at No.
.->40 I2ih ctreet, between Ci and D. Alio, one large
Kroi.t liouli., luiaUhrd, lor rent, uu rt&acnable
ilr ? .It* OKO. F. COX. Proprietor.
(U?Ol? TAIM.fc KUAKb CAN 1IK OBTAINED
I ?itb <>r without room*, No. 34 MimonH are.,
between 4S and 8th street*, or at 54** Pa arenae,
b?t? <en l"t and 2d tU. <l? 3 1m*
AFl KN1SI1EP B<'OM to one or two g?utl?nvn.
with BOABI> if deotred. on tn'>4erale
t?rn?, witbiu one njluutea" walk of tbe rar# Ap
pl> at 21 li-t *irret. Georgetown. de2-lt*
?1 E KOAKI'EKS can be arronitmxlatwd at
1 PMAhT'f KestRGroi?, No. 191 F^onwriraiiia
avenue, n?*ar 17th Mreet. nojO-Jw*
869 SEVENTH ST HE XT.
NORTHERN LIBERTY BARGAIN'""
309 8KVENTU STREET. 360
HOUSEKEEPS LOOK~TO YOUR I5TKRE8T
EXAMINE OCR STOCK* BEFORE PCRCHAS1NG.AXD
SAVE FROM 13 TO UO PER GENT.
We are now receiving ft l.eanMfnl ae*nrtment of
SOrAS, I'll A IKS, ROCKEBS. MARBLE TOP
TABLES. WASHoTAMiS, BUUEAOg, REPPTE
Al,<5, of all kinds, and a complete assortment
of all kind" of FURNITLBK, which we are otferiug
at Extra Bargains.
to dose coisfgnnient, at prices that defy competiti0D'
at wh('l'*a!? prices, to close consignment.
ir vmi want Extra Bargains giro oh a call, we
aredetermined to sell.
BONTZ A GBOSHON.
ie 6-10t 369 Ser?ntli etreet, abo?e I.
T1 (i T T n * V D I) ff u ! u ? O
V w A V n A M J? D O r. 11 AO.
AT f 05 KIGHTII STREET, (NAVY YARD.)
In to bo fouDd tLe bandaomeat assortment of really
useful and practical good* for
and family nge. ?uch a* llonnets, Ladles'Cloaka
Hinl Mantillas, Hoalery for ladiam, genta and children
at nil price*; ladies', ntnti', and chlldrena'
plain? linen and hemstitched Handkerchiefs; ladies'
embroidered hemstitched and lace Ilandker
chiefs; renin' *p?ndi'l uaality nilk Handkerchief*,
all the onwent s'j leu, SO per cent leu than ever before;
frarfn in silk,all wool and merino; Breakart
bbawis, Bcntags, and Hoods for ladies and
children, also, Seafnams and Twilights, In all
colors, very cheap; Lace Veils, ronnd and square
Mn-k* >U n.ar.aai?? TI..-? < ? v-n- I
? ? ? . ? . * .aouu, ouu 4JDI ego V CUB,
in all colois; linen Cuffa and Collars, linen, plain,
evtrcidered and lace Setts; linen Bonomi, Fans,
Helta, and Ruckles, and a very tare* assortment of
fancy Hack I'omU, llalr N*-ta, pl*in and beaded,
and a thoatand other articles too anmerous to
mention, you can find at
Cheap Store, Mo. GO j sth street,
de 6- It* Nary Yard.
' II18 18 TO GIVK'NOTICE, That the subscri
1 tier has obtained from the Orphans'Court o
Washington County, in the District of Columbia,
tetters ol adininintralion on the personal estate of
'Patrick Kelly, late of Washington city. I). C.,
derenhed. All ytKOM having claims .i;r ii :.?t the
am are hereby wurned to exhibit the
?*nw. with tin* ?nuch?r? thereof, to the nil hue rl her,
ou t.r l??fnr*the Mli d*y of l*?pteniti?r n^xt: they
mxy other* iee by law be excluded from all benefit
Af ?aid eatate.
Given under my Laud this Sth day of September,
18*6. ANN KELLY,
d? 6 Inw.fw* Administratrix.
\| w/galt a bkothib.
WATCHES, JEWELRY, 8ILVKB AND PLATED
MILITARY AND FANCY GOODS,
GUNS, PISTOL8. Ao.,
Near Mkteopoi itan (latk Brown's) Hotel,
Are now opening * Urge stock of
Ard nil other style* of Jewelry.
SILVER TEA 8KT8,
BPOOHS, FORKS AND
EANOT SILVER WARE,
PnitaMe for Wedding Pr?Mnto.
RICI1 PLATED WARE.
PARIS FANCY GOODS,
FANS. COMBS, AND OPERA GLASSES,
SASHES, SHOULDER STRAPS,
WATCHES AND CHRONOMETERS carefully
W. M. GALT A BROTHER,
.r. ?A ? -
pnn nAT. HAT.
J)lPU p ALtR No 1 IJ AY dMIv *xf ct?>toftrHti>
*?r A T. Bowin.d, *??! for i?le o? ??
ccDiifeodBtlpR Iwm lu tola toauit rarel>M*>r?,br
C JO. WATKKS.
M 109 Water at. Geotgttova
4 U'fLOO ??. m.
Wabbikuto*. Drc?"?ber 9, ltM*.
jay Uoo*r & Co. turni?b iu?: fteiowiof quo*
UUOM Ol ttOTMmm*I>L lMaritUA> ?
L . b- ??'? Owapuu, lbbl | li"
U.S. FiT? Twenties, l^fW Ur>\ ltti
W. S *'tve Twenties, is<G4 99< 100%
U. S. F?ve Twenties, l?6j ?i?j? 1U?
II. S. Tki: Kortiwi ,1% #1
One-year Certificates?new tf?1, 9T\
t? V?>KK riRHT BOIKDRALM.
Coupons. 107 tf:FiveT wen tiN, Infri, llWtf; Fir*
Tw. nlH't*, lM>i, !n>\; Five Tweniws Ltx**, W
Ten Fortiw. fr Certificate*, ??><; Oold, 1V><?
. ttt I
AUi/iaa ar I&I&3,
The tribes that made the recent attack on the
overland route are believed to be tUat branch
of the Arapahoea and Cheyenpea that were
driven from the neighborhood of the Arkansas
river, after the outrage known as the Chi*.
ington massacre, at Sand Creek, Colorado Territory.
it is thought that alter their expulsion
by t:ni\in;iton they made their way north of
the Flatie river. During last autnmn, when
ihe CommiRMonprs were on the plains, they
wen* informed that messengers had been sent by
these Indians to meet them, for the purpose of
ne^ntialinR fur peace; but whilst on their way
for this object, it ia supposed, they wrere
lurl >?v wi>rr>o ar AMf fAroi ii ?" ? 1
....tM ?.< U '-J ' VI vut IU? c?r?, miu WPI0 J ? LIUrant
of their mission. It was, doubtless, la
retaliation for this lut attack upon them, that
they committed the depredations# ou the overland
From recent information received at the Department
of tb?* Interior, those Indian? are yet
disposed to t>ecome friendly: and, with a view
to confer with them for the attainment of this
object, the Commissioner of Indian Affairs,
with the approbation of the Secretary of thu
Interior, has appointed an agent, an officer connected
with the army, and specially detailed
for this mission by the Secretary of War, to
meet and arrange with them for an adjustment
of th?- difficulties. The agent will go out accompanied
by a sufficient escort to prevent any
such ir\t?take in future as caused the dispersion
of the former Indian peace messengers.
r r<>n: inrcnnnocnci; impowd In the officer, who
in well acquainted with these tribes, we have
every reason to expect that peace will soon be
republished in this region.
Keports now arriving at th?; Bureau of Refugees,
Fre?-dmen, Ac., give highly encouraging
ncc?iun?? of the manner in which the bu-unt's-t
of the Hureau is being carried on in the Soathwecteru
States. Hospital** and camps are bf?iup
provided for the sick Ireedmen, and a lirge
number have already l*-eii established. Homes
are beinir furnished and work supplied to
great numbers ot the idle and fiiflVrine. The
muni" r of those mip|H>rt?il by th? Government
are daily diminishing, as the freeduieu gradually
frill Into employment and ar? thus convert*
ed from idle consumers to producers.
ATTACK ON A PROVOST MARSHAL
Yesterday, as the Provost Marshal of this
Department was passing by the Treasury
buiidiue, he was struck by a man who ?et>m<*d
10 be somewhat under tlie influence of liquor.
The provost ?Uitrd arrested th<j individual,
who proved to be nil ex-captain of the rebel
army. The man ha? been turned over to the
Major Kinley Anderson, Assistant Adjutant
General on the stall of Major General Jiancock.
has been promoted to IJrevet Lieutenant
l'ok>ucl. tor pnllant and meritorious services.
Ma j?:r A miction an ctirrf(t|ioii<li'ntof the New
} ork llrrald for the Second Corps, and voluntrt
r aid on Gen. HarwooW's staff during me
campaigns of 1-63 and lfct?|.
An ordt r lias l>?-en issued from the Adjutant
Gt lit ral s Office for thf r?-lea.?e of eleven more
of the pri?on?-rs eon fined at Fort Whipple.
This- leaves but nine prisoners confined at the
W ill TK 1101SE.
Thifc being Cabinet day, no visitors wt-rp admit:.d
All tlie membt rs of the Cabinet were
present, except Attorney General Speed, who
yum attending the I nited Stat-.-?? Supreme
The President to-d:iy pardoned one hundred
and eighteen Texans, all of the frJu.OGo cla?^., and
Gt'JJ- 1'eWitt, of T?*Dne^#ee.
Ti iaf.rkkub l)r*icr-Thi following appointments
have been made in the otttce of
General Spinner, I'nlted States Treasurer:?
I (J. K. Twombly, of Nrw Hampshire, Assistant
Paying Teller, to be Paying Teller; P. A.
Murden, of Massachusetts, to b? Assistant
Paying Teller: Kdward O. Grees, of New York,
to a fourth-claes clerkship; G. A. Sellers, of
Pennsylvania, to a third-class clerkship; TJ.
ftenno, of New York, to a second-class
clerkfcbip; and A. K. Guaiffe, of New York, to
be a temporary clerk.
Promotiosh 1!* Paymahtkk Gkwrral's
f Okkice?Mr. 'William T.Kent has been ad
, ouvru 11 uui ? -u v |I?J? .? .)U V luei WICI K, illlU
Mr. B. Murray from a 1st to a 2d class clerk.
It is the intuition of thin Department to make
no more appointments. As tne force at present
engaged will soon be too great, it is intended to
let the reduction occasioned by casualties keep
the number of clerks rroportioned to the
amount of labor to be performed.
AssihTaht Tkkabi kkk.?The President has
sent to the Senate the name of N. B. Browne to
be Assistant Treasurer at Philadelphia, vice
Mclutj re, resigned.
PniOVAL?It ! Mated that General Carl
S< burz has become a Washington correspondent
of the New York Tribune. The Home
Journal says"Charles Dickens, a private lett?-r
informs up, contemplates a visit to this
country during the next epriag or sammer."
A young lady does the horse sketches in
1'uiirh now. She 1? a pupil of John Leech.
Mr. Colfax, in his journey to California,
trathered tome interesting coal-facts.?Prentice.
At Titusville, pa., a young man who was
Imvingbarrels of petroleum emptied from Ins
wagon into a receiving tank, slipped into the
oil, and before help could reach him became a
FROM NEW ORLEANS AND MEXICO.
Louisiana Legislature Report A^aiunt the
i onutitutiou of Liberals in Mexic*
Taking the Maximilian Amnesty.
Nxw Oklkans, Dec. h.?The House of He.
pren r-tativih passed the Seuate resolution
against the recognition of lluhn and (Jutler as
in the House the special committee reported
apainet the constitution of 1HG1, aud preseuted
a bill for calling a convention on the 4th of
The Governor was not inaugurated on the
3d. on account ot illness.
Randall Hunt was nominated U. S. Senator.
Senator will be elected Friday.
Tbe Ma amoras Ranrhero congratulates the
citizens on the deleat of the besieger*. It also
fays that several le^JUu^ liberals on the
frontier have acceptocHwtximilian's amnesty.
Receipts of cotton at Shreveport were falli g
oft, in consequence of scarcity and decline iu
At Jeffercon, Texa?, the head of the Red
River navigation, there are 12,Out) bales of
cotton on hand, and about twenty thousand
more are to come in.
i'afpeBgtra who left New Tork on the 30th
arrived this morning via Mobile.
George W. .Gale, who offered one hundred
thousand dollars for the assassination of Lincoln,
has given bond at Montgomery to appear
when called for.
New York. Deo 8.?The steamer Ttmt?d
Stat? e, from New Orleans on the i?th, noil the
Kteumer Vergo, from Savannah on the 3d, hare
New York Markets.
Nkw York, Dec. 8.?Market*. Floor. Wheat
and Corn dull; Cotton dull; Beef quiet; Pork
firm; Lard and Whisky dull.
? ? -# #-? ,
A Serious Affair.
a colored rot shot.
Thio afternoon officers Roth aud Howes arrested
Oeorpe Otto, of the firm of Ross A Duo.
lonimp esiKoiiMimem, corner 01 utii una u
?tree?n, and a man named John Michel. on Much
a rre of ehootin* a colored boy nimwl Wm.
Walker, and look them before Ju??lrr Bnteg
The boy Walker appeared at the ottico Imirinjr
the marks of the pistol shot In the ehspe of
an ugly hole between the right eye and ear,
from vtlfk tlM Mood trlekM. R* testified
ibat b?> with o<h>T colored boy* wro t(Un<
down in a tbelu>red pUu>* and the man cam '
: lc nr and told them to go aw?y, and called for
n pietol and shot at him ac t the other b >t? two
O; Uii>r unm 1 he man ?aid *d?d If 1 dont
I kill one of iL?m nigger*."
1 be prieoBt-r IKto here remarked "the pistol
was mine. It wat on* kept at mr place.'
JV'ietlce Bau-s.?I>id you keep inhere to shoot
p ?pie wih! * T
1 n; pmoorr?"No,but it was always kept
th?ie. 1 ber* onchtto bo aconpie of hundred
of thi ee nirc'Tv
Jnmrt Knymond (colored) untitled to the am"
K? t . rnl ?t with the hoy Walker a-, to the
ahootitir. Tbe boys be said had tot nearlr
ncrvs-j inf meet wneu the bhot was tired at
Wathirfftim J hntm (colored) testified that
the hoys were sitting down an.i tu* man came
o*t and commenced running them away The
boy* ran across the street. The roan shot
Samitrl S}*nrrr (colored) testified that the man
droTe up in a wa^on. and jnroped oat and commeaced
kicking the boys, and told them to g.'t
awa*. He then commenced shooUag at the
bi-ys, and ehot at this one across to the lumber
Frank I,rm,a* (colored) testified that the man
cot on t of a wax on. and witn?M sa;d, " Want
i A ? * _ " * ' " ~"
juiir ikx>u- njiicaeci auu ne saia ? rxo," and
commciifcd inckmjr thorn, and called for a revolv?
r, ar.d a man handed him a revolver, and
l e commenced fhoomjr at the boya.
Dr. huihlry v.:i* called in, and examined the
wonnd, but was unable to find the ball with a
probe, and was unwilling to express an opinion
an ihe character ol the wound under ihe?e
In the meantime, Oapt. Spnrjrln, Snperlntendeut
ol the Kr* cdmen'a I?ureau for this district,
entered the office, and ?<?einc the condttic
n of the boy, pave a permit for his admuaion
to t'ampbell hospital, when he will be pryjwrly
The revolver was found by Officer Uoth and
tui ned over to 'he Justice. It is a small sized
-ilver mounted revolver, carrvin* a h-\il *?. ?nr
a size less than a huck?hot. Justice Bates declined
to take bail in the present state of the
cate, and committed Otto and Michel to tail for
further examination, the first as principal and
the latter an accessory.
Tbx Rcskijh; of Cabs ttr Stkam -This af.
ternoon, the trial of the case of the parties
charged with running of cars through the
streets by steam, and endangering thf lives of
th?* 011i vftia rumtiiiinfftH nn T* uaaH w ftAr?rtrt?
was resumed before Justice Walter, Joseph II.
Bradley, Jr., appearing lor the prosecution,
and JMt'ssrs. Kiddle, Wello, aud Webb for the
The defence called li. B. French, (Commissioner
of Public Building*.) who testified that
lately v hene\er he noticed the cars running
round the curve they were run slowly, and the
bell was rune, and he nearly always heard the
whistle. Witness did not recollect^ even when
the road was in the hauda of the Qoveruiaen\
tha: the trains ran fast round the curve. The
trains were run faster while the government
had posact-siou of the road than since. Witness
never saw ib? trains run at snch fpeed
but that, any person with proper care could
have got out of the way.
Mr. W". 1". Montgomery testified that he had
charge of tl e railroad bridge across the river,
and noticed that iroiuir utt he irrade. which i*
heavy, the trains have to go up fist rw far as
IOth t r 1'Jth stre* t,but the balance of the way to
the Baltimore d?-pot they run at about three or
lour milt s per hour. A man is stationed at l.'th
street.suue the Orance aud Alexandria (Company
have the road, with a lantern at
night and a Hag at day, v. ho walk# In front of
the train. \Vitn?>s never nw the Hag med before
the accident on the 16th of November, hut
ha^ noticed it continually since. Ingoingdown
the pradi- the trains are very tdo'.v.
l>r. Jam's F. Mrrrjnn. for the prevention, testified
ihat he resided at the corner of Maryland
avenue and 12th street. Since the loth of Octol*
r trains have not been nin so frequent as
bill re. As tur epeed the company h:*d managed
it as well a* any, but what was objected
to was the running by steam, causing horses
to run away. He considered that the running
turouEti tLe city was prejudicial to the lives
atd Health of citizens, it was the nse of ueam
which wascenerallycomplained of.and it was
now a public inconvenience anil injury.
By the Defence?The street cars are a nuitnnci'
to Feme extent. The use of steam in any
cit> he thought a nuisance. This company, it
seemed, had used the road as jadlcfonsly as
any company would. While the Government
had the road, 5ome of the engineer# lined to blow
their whittles. teemincly to frighten hor^<?-, bu:
a complaint ws." made rind it w?p stopped. Kor
two years past the rate ?f speed wa* probably
l"ss than rix mil^s i* r hour, and the train*
now run slower than"that rate.
Cap' Join's L Maguire, fur the defense. te^tifi<
d tha' at this time the trains run very Mow,
ant! h?* recollects on the Tnoruinir of the accident
Laving heard the whistle. Witness thinks a
tnrtnv.iih ordinary care can aYoid accident.
Witness during Inst mmmer uw the trains
rnn throngb ftoclieaVr at a mncb faster rate
than the train* do arotind th* avenue.
I'olonel Wells remarked tbat at le?u?t forty
trains per day rnn through the heart of Rochester,
and sixty-five through Newark.
Mr. Kradley snid if a hundred ran through
such cities, it bad nothing to do wilt* this case,
and perhaps those companies had legislative
nnrtiun lor thus running, which this road
.Vr. Sermon HarUtion testified that the morning
and night train* rnn slowlr. and recentlr
he aoticed a man wiih a flag or lantern, who
walked before the tram.
Lari *wy.?Teirt4?rd*y Henry Werner was
5rTe*ted by Officer Parker, of th? 2d W*rd, for
tli?- larceny of s considerable quantity of haron
from I). I,. Morrison, corner of 12Ui and B *tj?.
A jiart of the bacon waa recovered and the
prtf-oner was sent to jail fur court by Justice
Anmitter* to tiik Bak ?Thi? mnrmn*. on
motion of Kich*rd T. Merrick, E?q., of M<1.,
Kot*rt W. McHenrj, l>q., of Kaltimorv,
admitted to thp bar."
A TOP BCOGY, iu complete order, for sale
cheap. Addreaa A. O. H., Box 960 Oenri?
town P. O. It*
j^YONS BLACK bILK YKLV KT.
Two placet en perl or qnalfty, at #15 per yard.
Two pieces extra auperior quality at j^|3.
MOURNING PRESS GOODS.
Full ?took of BLACK PRESS GOODS, or every
deeeription on hand, at
EXTREMELY LOW PRICES.
J n<* i mat* nn
de 8 Itlf SOS P*nna. a*e.
1I8T OF CONSIGNEES of Atlantic Ste*m?hlp
^ Company* 8TRAMEK JOHN GIBSON
Architectural Iron Work*. M J Adier. A 51 Aprler.
W II Allen, Vm Bryan. N W Burchell,
Blsn<-bar?l A M< hun. II Br'<wulng, Mai J G li?u
ton.G V B'all A Bro, Barker A Marbery, C W
Bulelrr, 8 H Baron. C G Ball. A P Boawell, W Ballentyne.
J I* Barthoiow. J H Bryan & Bro, S B?rr.n
A Co, Betticer A C*. 8 M Cla k. lion J W Cbiu4 I
lt-r. A S Chamberlain, Campbell & Son. Campbell
A Bro. F 8 Crrr ens. J A CiarK. C O G, C T>* wltt.
F, C Dyer. C Pemonet, C 8 Engli-h. J U El?ans, E
Koote. Gait A Bro. Jo* Gawler, IE A Grave*. 'ir'Kg
ler A To. KIIA II I Gre*?ry. Hon Jm HaHao.
Ut'T 8 P Hill, Hon Ira Harris. Jackson Br? A Co
Ahram Kramer. Geo K Kennedy, Kin* A Bnrrh. II,
.I W l.nmsd. n. I. AC,.I( Lewi*. W B Muvft*
McKn?w A Bell, McLiuden A RrklofT, Msthews A
Krowlee. Nearior O (I, J It Mo?r?, KJ Major.
M< Guir* A Co. McPhersnn A Fur?*r*nn. W 11 A O
II Morrison Fran-iia Miller. O (i Merrill, W O
Metz.rott. J P Milhnrn A Co. W Orme A 8>n. G W
<?rnie. B 0*rtly, J C Purfci-r, I'hll'p A 8??h?m >ne
OuillaH A 8on, A J KsdHiff AC". L BicboH.r
Koeeer A Co. 8i*ussia A Knni*. A R SheppsrJ, S F
Savage. G Savage. I>pt of 8ia?e, Rear Admiral Jn*
. Bton* man a it snatncK i< Ij "?t<v-Kt.>n.
.1 P Snwjcr, WE S. T < lay 8ti?r. Hon W H Sf*
:<rd. Smfihf>"iiian InMitnte. John M?aff*r. .1 Stilllinptnn.
F Stntz. .1 S T?i>ham. f A 7.. T K Tby??>n.
W .) Tbompenn. H Taylor, Vf 8 TH >in?w>n J Q
Wllaon.W L Wall A Co.WyrknfT APennenon. Fr*nrm
Wll?w-r. (' Wood. J C Whit??Hl * f Wit
mer C WcxhIw?rii A ?on.UK While, G M Whigiit,
Ye?tm?D A (' ?. Zimn?<*rniaii U F.
MORGAN, BIUNKHAST A CO.. At'li.
It Foot of G ."Hreet. Wa?hiti?t**?.
Th* m#*t beantiful and be?t a??ortm?it in the
city. jn?t fri/infactory.for ff-ntlenien. ladi?a, girt*
and bote' I'lraonre and the moat aeceptaM* pr??
out ?hich can be made for the rominj holidays, at
J. D. KDMOND A Co ,
<1* ft-lm No "> 1 3 7rh dtr^et.
FIGS. CITRON, PRUNES,
Al.MONDO. PECANS. FILBERTS,
KK>N< H WALNUTS PKA NUT8,
SHELRARS. < KANHKRKIK<<.
I'RlKI* A PILES, PRIED l'EAOHBS,
Just received aad for Ml* hr
KQ4N A PERRTR,
dffi-lfllf Corner R and ?th ?tt.
P C B 8 ! IDBIII
FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS!
What is nicer for CHRISTMAS PRESENT
thaa a Mt of handaema
Puch m 1 h*T? on exhibition In the |r*?teit
nrietf, far both L&rfim and Children, nt the
lo?e*t New York price*.
8. M. M8TINBKRQ,
4H Market 8p:tf>e,
i*?S lw I'nd^r the Avenue Hoiute.
BnecoMor to H. f. London A On.,
i *r.? ! . f a
Affairs la GfergfUwi.
T*? Oo*ro*ATio? ?Th? cbMut*r? of ufc,
(VmnciUven o\? ?.. <1 I\?t ntrbt *? n<? it
the minting ol ilie board*. No Ai.i nif? w-r* I
in Mirtid?ii(T( and ot ih* Common Council no
quorum. Ttar m?#tinc wv adjournal h? u>? *
I'rendrnt, J. IUoitw, . ualil u> -xl lLur?day
evrninir at T o'clock |
*1BasKRtiivmo Day ?Vo?^rd*y w*< obHTvi
d a* a day of thanksgiving in accoiMAnoa
v?i'h the l're-id**nt'? proclamation, by our c?ux?>ns
r^nwally. Pn?in*?? w*? ?u?p?*i?d??d and
the rhorfbf* opfii^d fordmiiH wor-bii>. ?nil
wirr well aUmued, while the
were appropriate to the occasion. We are
p|ea*?d .irwrd tbefiict th?I throughout tu<?
day ttaer?- were fewer display* of improper
conduct tbau utual on eucb fc-atireceraei^a*
Coal LamhT.?Jtererly Kclon ud Joha
Curler, colored, were arr?-i?U-d yeaterday by
officer White, for the larceny of a pile of cjsJ
irora Km* A lMclteon'a wharf, footofWaab.
inrtcn fctreet. Tbey were taken be^re Joauoe
Hurkey, where tbey pleaded ignorance of the
coal bHonfrtnc to King A l?ick?on they thought
it waa Ooverunient ?)*i. Mr Kin* did not
care to prosecute Ibem, and tbe larceny caae
dtkimaaed, and each waa fined Hit for
A Kolrdliho.?About aeren o'clock laat
nifht, awbitpgirl child wa? U?ft atth*
ot Itfv. Jot. E. Drxvrn, nwtor of th* EpWcopU
Mission CLapc . T?i?> child i? * f**w day? old,
and neatly clad. Th?* following note was
pit:n?-d to th* child's dr?-*? . -Talo* ear* of thi?
child; It i? r tpectablr, but its uioihor m poor
The rluW ? ? properly csred for, and Urn
niormng Mr#. King. a charitable lady raiding
on J?t?er*on street, ?on<b ol liridgo, took tto*
intact to r*l*e it.
kqral jrftw e.-1?*c and i^?rt
Kraft. M?l?fTn?*n in clothing store* on Hridgw
*tre?t, cot into a otiarn 1
- . j ""Jul
cnMomrrn from each other K rn.fi vcunk
Peyser of InkiDK hi* cu?totner?, and tVv**r r??tor'ted
by ratline Kraft * %erv bard nvu i
curM-d him. Kraft struck him They Uvt a
race to the station, each appear; up to he miioui
'o pft the flr*t oath. The Juttice tv inr at
rhurrtk, they w r?> oblired to wait; and in 'h?
meantime the J notice heard of the afTa>r, and
issned a vrarrant, vtbioo *w served on b."?th
bv < ftl t er V lutw luetic* II.w.i-^ ?- -w
.. WV ..V V aru\ < T UU'-U rncu
fi 44 lor dieord^rly conduct
Fai -k Alarm ? About tl.aoo'clock Ia*t nicht
an alarm of fir* wa? piven which called out
the Bremen, and rave thetn an opportunity of
drawing their &pi>ara*ii? to the w.wer side and
back to their en(cine-hotii??*?a very nnplean.
nnt job at that tune; and the alarmt-r received
no thauks for it from the ttreraen.
Canal.?Arrived?lio&t* Morrison.with ?undries
to lierj. Darby; Lonacunine No. 3, woo>1;
P. Heine, hay and "corn; I' Ardinper, wood.
Capt. Short, do. to market; M F. Smith. Iim??aton?
to<4oderA Rheern; Seneca, tnnrtrie# to
Hi nj. !>arby, and eipht boats loaded with coal,
convened to t'nmhcrland C.?., 112 3 ton*; American
Co., 111.16 ton*: New Hope <>o.,22>i.lI ton*,
Hampshire and Baltimore Co ,597.5 tone; On.
tral Co.,2*21.1U ton?. lH'i arted?Crunch >c,with
maimro so I?ani No. II; ?'a:lt. Moore, a*i?ort*d
lreigbt to l>?tn No. 1G, and twelve boat* light.
Port or Gitowr.?Kntered?Steam*
LxpreM, Rytber, from Baltimore. Cleared ?
Steamer txpr^*. for Baltimore; acbooner Agnf?
Ann, Miller, Norfolk, Va.
Front a>dGuai> M arret ?Klonr?There
are 1,0 receipts 1 roin the we?tern depo*a re.
porif?l to-day. The demann in moderate, principally
for high trade*, to supply the local
tm?lr,*:ind transaction* nnlmportant. Super*
an quoted at s' a'.i.'.IS; Kxtra-, flit to s 10.5m, and
Family at S12.50 to fIS. Gram?The market
Meady". with no material change of pncea.
W in at? Oood Red quoted at HlltMili. No
White ofTerin*. Uiiri?No *al?-s to ju.?tlfj a
change of last quotation*.
r<TK ?The receipt* to-dav are very lisht,
mid !h<- d- mHod fzcrllrnt. \Vh >l?**ale buyer*
?rt? ciMac SI3 per 1U> It* per prime, and are
r**iailintr at ?! . Tb?* Mock in baud is email.
Now i* 4be tina? to buy yonr
r i b r t ?
v a a i a
r.tdt redaction in TRICES to cIam roMltnr
Onr entire c'o<-k of
rARMtTS, B! ANKKTS AND < OMfORTS
Mu? be rlost- i cat by January let
R0KT7. * GROSHOW,
<fefi-ft 369 8er?*nth ?treei, *h??? I.
HAKi'iK K HOOK,
iI 3 Peiiu'* utMixr, oj po?it* Wiilirl*.
Tl r rndertdgrM hating Iea>e4 anl th?roncl?lf
rfMHC llteabme uaD;ed?-?l*l' ii>tir?.-iit t ?k???
k!i> h> pUaciire iu iMit><>ubrtiir to lua fner.iU -.W
t?r,ii Ow? iuMic at I*iee that he I* o>w ?, ? -
to rneivv !! who de?ire to awail thwaiUfi ot M*
mr VKi;ti?c?? uf ntiT>t cl?M how**
Mr-ala at all bonra. H>?rd by thn d.f,veok,or
nnntb. Rom** to l?t without iK>ard.
The Dar Ik etcnkcd ?tth the T?-ry Win*,
Liuuors and Cigar*.
jirt Jw RKK*
t>TU\ KS?OAH STOVES.
A 1sr?? a*?^rtm?'Bt of GAS STOVE*. r?c?iT?<|
tht* ?l?y an* for tale by A LK\ . K. Hli R PH K till,
yt>9 I>?. tTf?g?, ^
* KIL1 EN A HAVF.NNFR.
No. 413 11 *trf*t Uth and jjxh
KILLEN k HAVKNN1CB t>?? ?* *?> to cull tl.a
Mperial Httcntion of thHr frif t??m rn'D'>^r? of Oua
pr^-K. and th? prhtif generally. t?> th??'r Iir$- and
?r>lI ?*! < ?<-<1 stock of Fnwh and fait M*at Vr<nih
t /\ Halt TiaK r* n Vi I'kiolat.a 1'mt.tD Mi. kr I .^1
fo:k. Philadelphia Print ?n-i k"lt il?tt?r. F.cc?,
(litftr Famil) *i.d E*tra Fl>nr. Buckwheat,'" >rn
Heal IIr>u,iny, fioda, Water,8uaar Cmckera Noreltieg
and Oinfrer 8nftp('ake* Urvkfr Dn?? H .nj?.
Beef Totifrnea, gnu k.-d Beef. and Vegetable* lu
rreat at ur<4anre. They aUocall aitentlen of fuu11
i?*? ?o their ?t~ck ?f fire hundred live Turkey*,
which they wiii dell either live or dre??ed. m? purrl;a?er?
ir.av de?ire. B-?t Oyatere 30 per reot.
keaper than any ether hi?o?e in the d?y. The*
have *leo m?dc arrangement* to he ?upo!ied eitb
Game of all kind* from the * e?t. which they *e|| ->0
con miaeion Poet fell to aire them a i all, at N?.
4 1 3 II atreet. between i:th and 13>b atreeU.
P 8.?All gooda delivered free of charg* at any
print in the city. de t l">*_
IMPOKTAST TO 11IB LAPIKS.
Ar. el>-?an' assortment of HONNITS and FAWf!I
U ATS eelllnr off at rednr?d price* at the ^
New York Millinery R<?<iit?. No. 4
tipace. Penna. avenue, 2d doarfrwm 9th ai..J^^
N. H ? Faahiorable Dresimakinit in all itj
JK * ATOM HOUSE.
loiii'iXi An.,BiT (tha?Ttiiti ,
Tbi?H orh#1?er:tir?*r new. a kIcontain* A ?_ A
all tlie modern in.prevem'bt*, antb **y^i#T
?itrr ttd f ?, in ?T?rr mm.
TBI TEAYI1.ING PCBL1G
May r<**t at>*ur<d of finding aa comfortable accommodation*
with c? a* can b?* fonnrl in any fir?t cla*a
Mutel.Voitb or bontb. Uar frieids. patroaa and
rravelinc pnMlc generally, Tiaiting M aahingtoa,
re cordially iuTited to
1IAKK Tlllltt HOWB WITH US,
At bo vain* will be apartd to make them ooafortaMe.
Patrora, arriving at tb* deft, trill take the Metropolitan
GILBERT A BKODHIAD.
BAB & BROTH SR.
Corner 7th and K ctreeta. ar* selling off their largo
Men'a Fu??i??-m h'Oltg of all description*,
'rock ais<l hack Overcoats,
Fine IOa< k I?rrf* Suit*
A veil a?-ui t<-J stock of Buf?" sod Youth* Sulta ind
Al-o * luritr flock of Furnteh'ng Good*. Ac., at a
b operate price.
Our old patrons and alto ?tr*rirer? mint not ftr-et
that t<> pet a vrell m?He *nd writ tiffing Suit and
. a tnir abd aood bargain. they rau?t call al tit* wall
km>?k bti>r? corker ?tb anil K hi* _ _
IUR .t KROTHK&
A1m>. Clothinir m??1e to order. St?i? cl im< oo
^atnrdat * uutil *l- p w d? *
^kNTLEME!C8 PRESS SHIRTS,
1? *t ?: fs. S3.:*. 51. t? ?, *i.
with a.?e?oitn:ofct < ?
ckktlkuen'^ IKI>*R garments,
of all unalftic#,
at low and rxiroBB pricks.
MR AST KES TAKEN.
and fur Shirt* dumI* tw ortior in tb? t**t ifi
warranted tu fit.
WALL. STEPHENS A CO..
d?>c 2 ?wif P?tWf*n 9th and 10th ?tr??M
L A C K T~ A .
ofbifh |ri<1? OOLONG TEA j?rt in M.<?
a. l.l.W a.* am mIMrm 4 r\f nil P Ivhl1tr4
" J ? " UIVO WW !? *viltu^ v* |TI ?W VI ?
ncomaicBd ft to onr fintom* .
K 1 Mi * Kl Ki'HILL.
? ?2 carper l&th at and Vermont a*.
htw no* on comdin**!) from ? "?? ? t
H?nn? t tare* stock ?>f L \1'!ES ?n<< CfllLDRIf.l
ri'KS ofevrry de*. rirt?.>n, which weoffer at
Yoik u anMfactoriug prir<?
I.WSBl Rr.H * HWi,,
no ? in 375 ??d 51A Seventh w.r+*
pifB> F1M1! rI,H,
Whit* FUh. Trout TUh. Lol*t?r?, f ?*l?l < *<H?b.
Vo. 1 Kxtrm M?ck?i?l, B?nok*d ',?]iu .a. H?lthnt,
Mai. hoop awf? vocrnyuL via<>* a?*
by hklmbokd* extkact b?