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To Onr Bubacrllwre.
From nnd after the Aral day of December (ho
price of the Dili.r Natioxai, Rarmuoiv, de
livered lit the resldencee of subscribers, will
be ten cents per week, or forty-five coat per
Id coneeqneneo of the great drought which bee
prevailed for monthe peel 1a tho Middle and
Northern 8tatea, tbo paper mllla worked by
water-power la thoae Suite bar fnrnlshed bat
ltttU paper, aod some haTt atopped altogether,
mating It lmpoaelblo for tboae worked by eteam
power to supply tho demand. Much paper haa
consequently boon Imported at heavy eoet.
In coaeoqaeuce of thle faet tbo price of paper
bae Increased, eluce wo redueed tho price of tho
EircviicAx In July last, ever fifly per cent I
We are therefore compelled to lnereaaa tbo price
to meet thle unprecedented rlo la tbo price of
peper, but hope that II will bo onljr temporary,
and that wo ehall bo able to resume the old prleee
In a ehort time.
or r lot al.
DxPABTamT or Statu. 1
WiiBiJtaTOjr, December 0, 18M. f
InformnUon hai been received at thU De
partment from Mr. Wm, B. Littlx, the Con.
ial of tbfl United SUtei at Panama, of the
death, on the 11th of Noremher lut, at the
Panama Kallroad Station, of Hirhj.hh Af
elir, a natnrallied American citizen, and
late natlre of Netutedt, In the Grand
Duchy of Oldenburg. Also, on the 23th of
October lait, on board of the American ship
Winfield Scott, of Mich ail Rilet, aged 25
jearf. ft native of Canada.
TnAKKSfliTiKO Dat Yesterday rellgloni
eervleea were held la all Ibt ehorehetof the cltr,
and the congregations were very large lathe
Catholic chorches high man waa held at tea
Attbe Capitol Iter. Dr. Doynton, Chaplain of
the Home or Repreeenlatlvee, preached to a very
large audience from the following text:
Kxodaixv , 1, X "Then eang Moiee and the
children of Iirael thli ion; unto tbe Lord, and
spate, aaylDg! I will ting onto the Lord, for He
hath triumphed glorloaefjr: the horee and Me
rider bath tie thrown loto the tea.
" Tbe Lord le my treogth and eong, and He li
become my aalTation. "
The lermon waa an able one. It Ha eloee tbe
Hon. J. M. Aihlcy tubmltted a resolution tbatlt
be requested for publication; which waa nnanl-
It the Foundry If. K church Rot. Dr. Ryan
unto me iora,ior uoie gooa; lor mi mercy id
dureth forever '
At fit Pinl'e Lnthernn cbarch Her J. 0. Bat-
ler.paator, preached from Hoaea vl , 1 " Come,
let oe return unto the Lord, for be bath torn and
lie will neai na; ue sain a milieu ana ne win
dido, na up."
Prcaldent Jobnaon and family attended thla
At tbe Fonrtb FreibTtcrlan church. Bar. J. C.
Smith preached from Job xxxlv, 29 : When Ue
gtreth qoletneec who then can make trouble 1
And when He htdeth nil face who then can be
hold Him T Whether It be done agalnat a na
tlon or agalnat a man only, that the hypocrites
reign not, test thepeopltoe eninared.
AttheEstreetBept.it chnrcb, Iter. Dr. Orey
preached from Revelations Til, 11.
At Wesley chapel. Rt. Dr. Nadal, paator.
aelected for hie text the 16th. 17th, 18th and 19th
veraea of the 324 chapter of Jealab.
Tbe sermons were able ones, and were listened
to with the greateat Interest.
Bask Ball. Yeiterday afternoon a match
Same waa played between the Pioneer and
lymple Cluba, on tbe grounds of ths Aetata
Club, east of the Capitol, in the presence of a
arge numoeroi sfcisioci. ibi iron wu
Barrrett, o ...
Olympic. H L.
A.Clear, p 2
Cumberlalo.a a. 2
bUa.kte.2d b .. 3
Connlngton,3d b A
Fletcher, r, f.... 2
finerman, p a
King, Mb 2
Bcott.Sd b 0
HAssetUSd b 3
EotwUtle.c.f .... 4
Plooesr-4, 7,4, 1,20, 12,3 31
Olympic 4, 1, 1.2,0, 3, 8. 17
Fly catches Pioneer 2; Olympic 2.
Home runs Pioneer fij Olympic 1,
Umpire Mr. J McNamee, of the Acthre B.B.C.
SenMi-t McuraCuddT and HI IT tins.
The game was a rery Interesting one, and was
On Wednesday last a match game took place
between tbe Monitor and Constitution Clubs, on
the grounds of the latter, In the eaatern section
of the city, which resulted In the Monitor Club
Being Ticionous oy m majority i -n job...
tutton making 18 runs and tbe Monitor 16.
Board or Tradi. A meeting of the mem
ber of the Board of Trade was held on Wednes
day erenlng ; tbe President, George W, BIggs( In
tbecbalr, and R.B Mohun secretary. A num
lv.r e,t rBtliBD wore elected members.
The Secretary read, fortbe Information of those
present, toe resolution unuer which too meeuog
! Vpaiisju. wuiiu no m avwvaaatavu .ei. a
Mr. A. B. Shepherd, lnTltlng an expression of
opinion as to toe propriety oi urging uoDgreis kj
consolidate the cities of Wahlnston and George
town and tbe county of Washington Into one
A lengthy discussion on tbe subject took place,
la which the f llowlDgnamed gen tie men par
ticipated t Mr. A. It Shepherd, Baranel Korment,
Esau Plcrellt Ssmael Baeon, Mr. Mitchell, C. U.
Dtermeble, and John B-Elrans
The resolution was finally laid on the table,
and a resolution was then adopted, setting forth
that in laying the abore resolution on tbe table
tbe Board did ao only because It was deemed
foreign to the purposes of the organliatlon, and
not because they entertained an unfavorable
opinion tnereto. Adjourned.
D una lars CAuam.Abont half-past eight
o'clock yesterday mornlog Officer Parker ar
rested a Scotchman named Bobert J. Johnson for
stealing a chest of tea from Morrison, Shaw &
Co, corner of Twelfth and B streets. Justice
Uorsellsent him to Jail for court. Al Officer
Parker wastaklnr him to tall ha confessed to tbe
officer that a colored man named Henry Warner
inad a Key to ni ine iock or juornson a uo.'s
warehouse, and that he aaw a load of goods
taken awar from that warehouse, earlr that
morning, by Warner, In a wagon driven by a
man named Francla Brown. Theae facts were
reported to sergeant Talt. when Warner and
Brown were arrested and taken before Jnstlce
Morsel!, who sent Warner to Jail for court. A
poruou oi me sioisn gooas were recovered,
Roibzd Robert Jarboe made complaint
at pouce .neauquartere yesieruay mat ne ma
been robbed of $180, while In the Monumental
iionae, on Eleventh street, between l and C.
Hi .I.I.IS v wvvaw nan nenej Vllt,flli
after which be was In a room with a girl named
EmmaClarke He was then patina csrrlaseand
taken out on tte commons.where he was left De
tectives Biirier and Kellr arrested Geo. H. War-
ren.the proprietor of tbe house, and Emma
Clarke.the woman whom Jarboe waa with They
were oroogni oeiore oaperiBienaeni uicnaras
this morning, who released Warren and Emma
on tbelr own recogaliances until ths case could
be further Investigated, It appearing that they
wsrs noi concerned in ww roeofry, ue aito
cave orders to the detectives to arrest the bar
keeper of tbe place. Mr. Uattlngly appeared for
Otstir SiTABLiiHiiEHT T. M. IlaireT.
the prince of oystsr dealers, baa Just finished the
iiiHDKup gi on oia, original esiaDiunmeni, at
331 C street, where be Is prepared at all times to
furnish tltsae delicious bivalves, la every style,
at the shortest notice. He has also rntup, at
reat expense, a new range the largest of its
lnd sonth of Philadelphia by which be Is en
abled to give bla customers oysters broiled, fried,
stewed, roasted, or otberwUe, la any quantity
In tbe twinkling of an eye. Harvey has bad an
extensive experience in his builneas, and la ever
on the alert In brlnglog new appliances to fur
slab thoae who honor hie houie with tbelr pee
encewlth tbe best oyetera, prepared la the best
Jlian Mass. There was a grand high
mass to-day attbe Church of tbe Immaculate Con'
ception, corner oi aV.igmn aud a streets, csle
brated by the Rev Father Walter, usslsted by
the Uev. Father Boyle, who delivered an elo
quest address. Moiart's 12th Mais was sung la
f:rand style by tbe choir of that church, under tbe
eadershtp of Prof. Oeo. W Walter. Tbe Offer
lorlum O. Cor. Amorls, (Latnbiilotte,) and the
finale Laudate, (Vogler.) were sun with great
taste by Mrs. T. J. base. The solo parts of the
put "tri well riBtarid by Mrs. a. Klsf , The
Itnore by Mreer. King, Newton end Wllllane1
and baee by Mesercbhea and Connor, wore vol
IliiiBMCia or taa Jvceii or Tin Sir
rami Connr or tin TJjitbd flrATie t
Mr. Chief Jueliee Caaee, No. 471 b alreet, cor
ner of K and Blxlh etroete,
Mr. Jaeileo Wayne, No M) I elrect.
Mr. Jnetlco Neleoo. National Hotel.
Mr. Justice Orler, Ko. o north A street, Capitol
Mr. Jnetieo Clifford, D. Taylor's, Ho. 407 C
etreet, corner of 0 and Third streets.
Mr. Justice Swnyno, F street,
Mr. Jnetlco Millar, National Uotel.
Mr. Justice Davls,D.Taylor'e,No,4070 atreit,
corner of C and Third alrMt..
Mr, Justice Field, No. 5 north A atroot, Capitol
W art In the mldit of reTolotltm ! Oct..
nloo European perfumee aro no longer procarablo
hero. Tbo tariff blockadea onr porta agalnat
thorn. Bat In their place atanda Fhalon'a
"Nlgbt-Bioomlng Cereue,n the superlative of all
floral ontrncta, nnd every American ladr woodera
aa aha Inhalee lte odor, bow aht could ever hare
tolerated them. Sold everywhere.
A R POWERS
CONSTITOTIOlf OF TUB UNITED STATES,
a to , vioio. 9.w
For sals br FRANPK TATI.OB. W. II A-fl tf
M0BBIE01T. PU1LP k 60LOM0KS, de8-3ieod
A CROSS THE 0
HON. BCnCrLER COLFAX.
Speaker of tbe Houseof R press ntatlTes, will de
llrer hie lecture, glTlagaai acooanl of his tUU
among tbe Hormone, and through California,
Oregon, and the mineral regions, bsfore the
Washington Lector Association, at balfpait
sTn o'clock, on TUESDAY EVEJfllVO, Dee. 12,
at Wesley Chapel, on the corner of F and Fifth
Tickets for eale at the Post Offlee News-Btind,
(Anderson's,) on Soyenth street, and at the book
storee and hotels. doS'Sl
rvm WASHINOTON MUTUAL COAL
Wahbihotox, December, 1SCJ.
Erery one complains of tbe extortion and Im
position practiced npon the people of thla city la
iae maiier oi inei, oat no oneproposss a remeuy.
A nn tuber of gentlemen aaaoclated with ns own
a Taluable coluerr In SehnTlktll coantr. Penn-
eylvanie, producing now over 60,000 tons a year,
of the beat qnallty of white and red aah anthra
cite coal. The machinery aod appliances are
complete, upon inn property we propose io or
..las m umnanei ..nIal -W rWb Jl-
gateae-v ajaj nyvnaj a'sbiii vrikaa m layiheni VI ojii,vvU vt
Tided Into thirty thousand shares of 110 easb.
The holder of each share of stock to be entitled
to a. ton of coal each year at prime cost, and to
ms sb are oi ine proms on ine sue oi coai tooui
Tbe first coat of coat at present rstea of trans-
U(ten.llVB, UV1IIII1U IV UJ UUUr VI IB CUIIUUIIti
would be W i at tbe nsnat rates the price would
ds irora six to soTen aouars.
A party owning ten shares would pay for It
$100. This wonld entitle him to ten tons at coat
say all lees than dealers' retail prices 30.
30.000 tons sold outside at a nroflt of 12 per ton
wouia oe w,uuu
And deducting eonttngencles, Ac 10,000
Would leare 43,000
or 15 per cent, on the entire capital, and added to
the earing in the price of eoal, $30, makes 943, or
433ercent. on hlslnTeatment.
The coal le much superior to and worth at least
2 per ton more than the coal brought to and sold
In this market, and sblpmsnta and dellrery can
be commenced as soon as the arrangements are
No tarment of any eabscrlDtlons will here
quired until tbe subscribers, at a public meeting,
snail hare appointed a committee of gentlemen
of tbelr own selection to Tlslt and examine these
mines, and renort noon them, and then. If satis
ttsfactory, one half to be paid down and the
balance In one, two and three months. The
trnatees and officers to be selected by the stock
holders, and the title to be made to such trustees.
uentlemen to whom this circular will be seat
are requested to forward the protect br obtain
ing subscriptions and enclosing them to Major I.
it. oewej, no. aas u sireei.
We shall be glad to giro any farther Informa
tion. JOSEPH CA8ET,
I. K. CASET.
For the correct neas of tbe forevotnr statements
we have permission to refer tu Oeo. W. Biggs,
ttiq . ii v uooae, q , n, u,rannesiocicluq
and Z C Bobbins, Eiq. dec8-tf
TfX A N T E D BY A Y0UNO COLORED
T T man, a situation as first class coachman or
dining-room servant. Inquire at the corner of
Tnmeenia ana & streets. Auiituu vr jsl.l.3.
T7URNIS1IED HOUSE WANTED. A
JL furnished house, centrallr located, modern
Improvementa, is wanted Immediately by a re
sponsible party. Address, Box 12, llirrBLicix
WANTED CLAUS 4 LANO,
Anctlona.rs and Oenerat Commission Usr
chants. Wo 33 Sereoth strct, b.tw.on tf.w Tork
aT.nu. and L street, want th. pabllc (tbafrl.nds
of tb. lgbt hoar moTomoat Indnded) to know
that th.y are offering great bargains In Jnrnl.
tnre, Carpets, Ueddlaa, Clothing, BtOTas, Ac.
Also, wanted the pnbllo to know that they pay
tbe highest prleee for aecoadhand rnrnltnre,
810T0., Carpta, and Cntlery. Anctlon sales
promptly attended to. noYlolm
i .a. x:eh DBAiiXins.
C. P. KNIOBT.
IT N I 0 BI
W. U. JOUNBOM, Jn.
Wholesale Dealer! n
FAFEB MANUFACTDBEES' MATERIALS,
11 80DTII CHARLES STBEET,
XiAjn3s rn ess goods,
IIAHLOTTE O. SMITH
nis mn host iLlaalfT AssonTHliT or
For Btyle and Blchnesa they Defy Competition I
One Door abore Twenty.alzth atreet,
HEW TOBK CITT. iB Jm
MRS. HOWE & MISS KINOSLKV, NO.
477 Ellbth street. Corner of D street.
Washington,!) C. , beg to call the attention of
ine Ladlee or wasblngton nnd vicinity to tbelr
Dres. and Cloakaleklng Department, whlcb
th.y have last opened Dresses and Cloake
made from the LATEST PARIS STYLES, at the
shortest possible notice, and most reasonable
prices. Evening Dress.s, Uob. do Chambres,
Walking Dr.ss.s, Cloaks and Baaqn... Cblldr.n'a
Dresses, Ao , &e. Having aeenred tbe aervtces
of one of the most fashionable artistes of New
York city, and one who baa bad long experience
In that city, with tbe most fashionable ladles
there, to take charge of ODB DREbU-MlKIKO
DEPARTMENT, we feel confident that we can
f leso the most fastidious. We wonld also call
be attention of tbo ladles to oar ENTIRE HEW
STOCK OF MILLINERY dOODS, Just opened,
and Fancy Oooda In general, Dress Trimmings,
Ao. Also, n large stock of WOOLEN OOODS.
comprlslbgaome of tbo baodsomest BBEAKFA8T
On AWLB In this elty, and at tbe most reaaonable
prices. BOSHITS MADE TO OBDEB.
nol-lm MISS KIHOILIT,
OARR I A018 I
On hand a aoperlor lot of good and fashionable
CAUR1AUE8, of my own and northern make,
BOCKAWAYS, BD0OIE8, Ae.
Prleee reasonable, and work warranted. Repair
lag promptly attended to. Carrlagea taken on
storage. BOBEBT B. Q1U1UM,
40t Pa. ave. , near 4H at , and 174 D at
ffHIS IS TO aiVK NOTICE, THAT THE
X subscriber has obtained from the Orphans
Oonrt of Washington county, In ths District of Co.
lambla, letters testamentary on the personal
estate of Alary Carolina F.nwlck, late of
Washington County, aforesaid, daceasad. All
persons having claims against the said deceased
are hereby warned to exhibit tbe same,
with the vonehars thereof, to the subscriber, on
or before the jail day of November lexti they
"F otherwise by law bo oxslsded from ail
benefit of the aald estate.
. 01T" " ny hud thla ruth day of Novem.
I J, u T O A U H A X A iS .
reaniylTaat aTeane, aear Wlllard DeUL
LE01TARD OBOVER ft CO Directors
'""' WIHlltt.ltlHiiiiii.iA U. Bfl.
Doora open nl n qnarter to aeTOal CnrUln will
rteo al a qaartar to olgbt.
THII (TEID1T) KTIRIVO, Deo f, 186J,
And lael appoaraaeo bnl one, moat poeltlrel, Of
the dlitlngnlehed American actor,
MR. JAKK1 K.MDHD&CII,
Who will appear on thla oceaalon la two olrgant
Impersonation., preeentlng for the Hit time hie
tewerfnl rendition of th. STBAHaiK,ln Kotie
ne'e beantlfnl Iro-act plajr of that name, top
ported by an admirable cast of characters.
Arter which Mr FRANK LA WLOR will recite
Concluding with, for tho only time, 8bak
apcare'a amnelng comedv .otltlfd
KATniRIHR AND PITRnCIIIOl
Oa.TIIJ TAMING OF Till 8I1RKW,
with Jlr JAMES E. MDRDOCII aa PETHUCHIO.
nn it a n k s oTvpfo ball.
FIRST GRAND DALL
WASHIUaTON DI8TRICT NATIONAL TILE.
VTUt bo gUcn nt Martnra Aeeemblx Roome, (S
ir.vt, M.w.n umiu ana i.ninj on
THURSDAY XV2NIN0, DECEMBER 7.
Ticket, can only bo obtained at tho telegraph
offlcea. Tbo committee gaaraotea to make thle
TUX BZ8T BALL Or TUB SEASON,
No patne baring been .pared to make It a re
cb.rche affair. Ticket.. 1 del.rt
BOARDING F0BNISHED It 0 0 M S ,
WITH BOABD, at No. 17 Four-ead.e-belf
street, a few doors north of PennsylTanla ar
enue. Ton will find a pleasant home here Will
the Agent or tbe RepresentatlTe from Bearer
conaty, Pa., call again. We were former resi
dents of that county, at ITew Brighton.
BOARDINQ.TWO QENTLEMEN CAN
be accommodated with a BOOM and BOABD
at 497 Maryland arcane. oc27tf
TT ILLARDS' HOTEL,
8YKES, CIIADWICK Al CO,
CORNER PENH. ATE. AND FOURTEENTH ST.,
WA8HIN0T0N CITY. n77.tf
TJO PF M A N H 0 TJ s"e","
BBOADWAT, CORNER OF TWENTY-FIFTH
HEW TOKK OITT.
MITCHELL, READ, AND WALL,
The HOFFMAN HOUSE Is conducted npon the
plan of tho best American nnd Enropean Hotele.
It comblaeo all the modern lmproromente necea
aary to the greatest comfort of guests that art,
Ingenuity and liberality can possibly devise and
produce. Tbe bill of fare for tbo table embraces
every variety and delicacy afforded by the Amor
lean markata, In thalr aeaaon.
Jbit 4. ISM. JytJ-y
S EATON HOUS E,
Louisiana avenue, between Sixth and Sev
.nth lire.!.. Wa.hlnf.tnn n r.
Thle none. t. antlr.lv n.tv. nnit ..nlalm .11
the modern Improvements, such aa water and
gas, tu every room. Tbe traveling public may
... H.um wt uuuig u .omioriaD.. accommQ.
datlooswlth us aa can be Toond In any flrstcl.ss
hotel. North or South. Our friends, patrona, and
traveling public generally, visiting Washington.
are cordially Invited to make their home with
us, a. no peine will Deeparedto make them com
fortable. GILBERT k BRODHEAD,
. . . Proprletora.
Washington, D. C , Nov. 10, nlj-lin.
COBNER OF FODRTEENTn AND F
WASHINOTON, D. C,
C. C. WILLARD, PROPBIETOB,
For many yeara proprietor of the Ilygeia Hotel,
Old Point, Va. novH-Im
OPPOSITE BALTIMORE DEPOT,
One block from tbe Starting Point of the Orange
and Alexandria Railroad, Is enlarged and re
fitted, and la prepared and hope, to receive a
full abere of patronage C. BOYLE,
INDIANA AVENUE AND SECOND STREET,
Is only one block from the starting point of the
Orange and Alexandria Ballroad, and two blocks
from the Baltimore and Ohio Ballroad depot.
Tbe house is newly furnished i the table le un
exceptionable, and first.claaa accommodations
are offered at reaaonable chargee. nle-lm
POTTS WOOD HOTEL,
Conirim Eighti and MaixiStrkts,
This popular Hotel is located on the
PRINCIPAL BUSINESS 8TKEBT
Of tbe city, and In tbe Immediate vicinity of all
THE PDBLIO BUILDINGS and
Since Us open In ir In I860, the House bae never
been closed, but has recently been remodeled,
thoroughly repaired and renovated
BEFITTED AMD BEFUBNISIIED
in the the most elejrant style.
Tbe traveling public are assured that they will
a as wim as tu mo aiwuuou, A)mort ana aVsttX
ury which can be secured la any First-Class
COBKERY 4 MILLWARD,
TT MUST BE DONE.
IT MUST BE DONE.
FOR THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS,
FOB THE NEXT SIXTY DATS.
We shall sell all oar Immense stock of Hen's nnd
Boys' Clothing, Oentlemen'o Furnishing Goods
or every description, Hate and Cape, Trunks and
umbrellas, Ac , Ac ,
REOARDLESS OF COST.
REGARDLESS OF COST.
THE LAST CHANCE,
THE LAST CHANCE.
QUICK, OB OONE.
QUICK, OR GONE.
480 SEVENTH STREET.
460 SEVENTH STREET,
OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE.
OPPOSITE TUB P08T OFFICE.
J. n. SMITn.
oc25-tf J. H. SMITH.
JOSEPH II. SIIAFFIELDS
CONFECTIONERY AND LADIES' OYSTER
AND DINING SALOON,
Ho. !9J 8IXTH STREET,
Bitwiii O aib H Inim,
tltvlnf Just returned from Europe, where I
have made large purchases of
For the coming Winter, for supplying
PARTIES, WEDDINGS, Ac.
my friends and customers now will find me at
my store, ready to receive their order and to at
tend to them aa before.
PASTIES, WEDDINGS, BALLS, FAIRS, Ac ,Ac
Furnished at the Shoutcst Norica and on moat
reasonable terms. nofl.lm
QOPPER. PLATE ENORA VINO.
ENGRAVED AT SHORT NOTICB, UY
Bookseller and Stationer,
sllw )H Pennsylvania aveane,
EISAn5?2H?.n?itSALB SKUVICEABLB AKbllAM.
"" 5STJ"0,f TOB" TH" MOIIR O AOKD HOIPITAL FEOFIRTT ABB U08-
r)Mwira.. 9. IJUU
Will bo sold al pnblle anctlon, In this ellr, at
Ibo Xaglneor Depot oatbolaetarn Branch, Jnil
abora tae Marj-rard, on Ibo loth day of Decern.
br, 1S0.1: '
A qnantlly of Old Lambor,
A qnaattty of Sefaso Lnmber,
A qnaauty of Old Brok.a BbOT.la,
A qnaatlty of Blackemltha Toole,
A qnaatlty of Old Carpaatm' Tools,
A lot of Old and Broken Wheelbarrows, and
A number of Pontoon Boats.
One (I) Qnard.llons., ltz.
On. i It CarpenUre' Shop, EiWieit.
One (I) CarpanterelBhop, Inalo.
One 1) Balldlng, sied for .hope, Mti2-:oo.
One lj 8mlth'aShop, WHO.
On. I) Itoapltal, JtUalOO.
One 1) Shod, SexSO.
Ona 1) laddior'a Shop, U.JlW.J.
One llStabl., 1L2zM.
Th. Military Onard will remain npon (he prem
Is., four dare aftar the data of sal., for tho tiro-
tcetton of tbo property, and pnrcbasere (not own
ers of tbe land) will be required to remOTO the
buildings within ten (10) daya after the date of
Buildings will be sold singly.
Terms i Cash, In OoTernment fnnds.
A. n. HOLQATE,
First Lieutenant U. 8. EoKlneerl,
dedta Commanding Depot
ALE OF GOVERNMENT DARQE AT
Cnur Qoaariaifimn's Orrien, )
DaroT or WAsninoroy,
WismaoTOa, D. 0., Hot. U, 193. )
Will be sold at nnbll. an.tl.ti. .t ai.v.aarl..
Vs., undsr thedlreotton of Brevet Lieutenant
Colonel J.O.U. Lee, A. Q. M., on SATURDAY,
Dec.ubsr , 1MJJ, at 1 o'clock, p. u.thcOov.
BABOE T. 0. COLE.
.cuts i vmu. in uovemm.nl inna.
Br order of Brevet 11.1. a.. D. It. nnk.
."' .uni.t,(uituii.r, vpoi oi tra.ain.ion.
Muxn, u. TuufKins,
noM.lft BI. Colon.l and Ouartermaalar.
TMPORTANT TO RAILROAD COMPA
Orrici or Assistast QtrARTiaiiAiTia, )
WAeHticoTOir.D. C , October 31, HWi (
Will be sold at Pnbllo Auction, at Alexandria,
Va, on MONDAY, the 4th day of December,
2,000,000 feet assorted Lumber.
30 new Platrrm Cars, 4 feet flU Inches
20 box relght Cars, 4 feet 5H laahee
4 Paaseager Cars.
6.W Car Wheels, (good.)
123 pairs Car Wheels, on axles.
400 new Car Axles.
0,000 pounds Bubber Springs.
W tUlptlo Car Springs
100 Davis patent Car Springe.
COO tons good second-hand T Ball.
400 tons old T Ball
000 tons old Strap Ball.
60 tons Allies Iron, old.
7 tons Tire Iron, old.
5 tone Scrap Steel, old.
2.W tons Wrought Scrap Iron.
223 tona Cast Scrap Iron.
3 tona Lead Pipe, old.
10 tona Scrap Brass
7 colls, y. Inches diameter. Wire Cable.
280 tons assorted Bar Iron.
34 tone assorted Sheet Iron.
CO tons assorted Steel.
230 tona Iron Castings.
6 tons Brass Callings.
2 tons Sheet Copper.
1 ton Sheet Brass.
70,000 pounds Boat Spikes
230,000 pounds Ballroad 6plkes
140,000 pounds cut Spikes and Kail a.
11.C00 feet assorted Olam.
6,000 feet Leather Belting.
3,000 pounds Bubber and Hemp Packing.
10 Henderson Pumps
3,000 feet assorted Gas Pipe.
23,000 pounds Track Bars.
7,000 pounds Spike Mauls. Cold Chisels, Ac.
2,000 Picka and Shovels.
000 Lantern a.
4 ooo Axea, Uatcbeta, and Adies.
00 steel-plated Frogs.
80 steel Frog Plates.
00 set Switch Flxtarei.
3 portable Forges.
8 Pumping Engines
2 portable Saw. mills.
2 steam Pile Drivers, complete,
2 Caloric Engines.
60 set Planes.
200 Hand, Cross-cut. and Clrcnlar Saws
00 fitoel Squares.
GO Screw Jacks.
900 feet Spark tfettlnar
2,000 pounds assorted Wire.
730 ponnde Block Tin
1,000 pounds Sheet Lead.
70 boxes assorted Tin.
10,000 pounds Chains,
9,000 pounds Boiler and Ttnk Rivets and
60 Olobe Valves.
1W Monkey Wrenchea.
13 Emery Wheels
40 reams Emery Cloth and Paper,
23 Ox Yokes.
23 Wa'er Tanks and Hoops.
Contents of Job Printing Office, consisting of
rressss, iype, leases, xc
A number of Hand and Track Cars
Contents of the Supply Store, whlcb contains a
very large assortment of valuable Ballroad Ma
terlal, new, and of tho beat quality
Contents of Machine and Hlackamlths' Sbopa,
conalitlng of Planers, Lathes, Wheel Preises,
Forges, stationary EoaTlnei, Shafting, Belting,
Ac , Ac Also, a Urge lot of second -hand Stores,
Tools, Machinery, and other material.
sales to commence at v o'clock, to be ad
journed from day to day until alt Is sold.
Terms Cash, lu Government foods
II. L. BOBINSOX.
oe31-dt2Jwtw Brevet Colonel, A. Q M.
3.The sale of the above la poatponed until
TUESDAY. December 11
H. L R0BIN60N,
uoSO Brevet Colonel A. Q M.
ALB OF. OOVERNMENT BUILDINGS
AT ALEXAHDBIA, VA.
Chief QraBTKamsTia'a Orrici, )
Dipot or WisutKnTox, J
Wjuhihotow, D. C, Dec. 0, 180J )
Will be sold at public auction on the premUea.
uuder the direction of Brevet Lieutenant Colonel
J. G C Lee. A. Q M. at Alexandria. Va . on
SATURDAY, Decembers?, I860, commencing at 10
o'ciock. a m , ms louowmg aescnoea uovern
ment building, vli.t
AT RAILROAD DEPOT.
One (1) Building, 16 by 24 feet, two stories.
Two (2) small Out houN,
ON COLUMUU8 STREET, NEXT SOUTH TO
One (II Building, 20 by 33 feet
One (1) Out.bone,4 by Sfeet
ATTHE SOUTHWEhT COBNKR OF UNION AND
One (1) Gnard-house, 1XU by 13 feet
Tbe buildings will be sold singly In the order
named, and must be removed within ten daya
from the date of sale
Terma Caah, in Government funds
Brev MaJ Gen and Chief Quartern. titer,
decO-Ot Depot of Washington.
ALE OF CONDEMNED QUARTER.
Chiif QriaTiaiiASTiB'a Officb,
DlPOT OF WASBIHOTOX,
TT A-tKIJUTUl-, 1s Vs. WI At, 10(M. j
Will be sold, at public auction, under the
uirection oi urevat aiajor eiamea u. uoore, A.U.
M , at Warehouse No. 0, New Tork avenue, be
tween Eighteenth and Nineteenth street!, Wash
ington. D.C., on MONDAY. December 11. leCl,
at 10 o'clock, a m, a lot of condemned QUAR
TERMASTER STOKES, cnn-litlog of
Benches, Unllers, Cauldrons, Kettles, Ovens,
Pane, Pots, Ilangee, Stoves, D-jok-casts, Chairs,
Chests, Cocoa Matting, Stools, Tables, bah,
Hammers, Axes, ChUels, Hatchets, Squares,
Saws, Plck-axea, Wheelbarrows, Brushes,
Brooms, Bucksts, Files, Grlnditonss. Lanterns.
Shovels, Waste Paper, Hope, Rage, Etnc, Ae.
The atores must be removed by purchasers
within tan days from date of sale.
Terms Cain, in Government funds.
By order of Brevet Major General ! II
Backer, Chief Quartermaster, Depot of Wash
ington CHARLES H TOMPKINS,
no27-11td Brev Col and Q M
OSl'ITAL HANQE AT PUBLIC SALE.
Wabiiixotoy. P. 0.. December A IBM
Will he .old at public anctlon In this cltr, on
HAT'TRIISV lliumk., O . IO n'.ln.b .
tb. basement of Centra Balldlng, lately part of
r -'. Ilospltal.a large and ssrrlcsahla RANOI,
fUfflel. a for cooking for fire hundred (000) per.
'icrrae easn. uuaei nuruKi,aND,
decJ.ot bur. IT. S. A, aad Hsdlca! Pnrrejror,
MtoiCAt, Pcaviroa'e Orrici.
WiinuraTOjr. D C.i December 7,1643. I
C. W. BOTBLKB. Ja , AUCTIOMIKB,
a Will be sold al Public A actios, la this city, at
Judiciary Square Warehouse, Fifth and X streets,
on TIIOJUDAY December 14th. I860, at 10 o'
clock, a, m. , a large qnaatlty of serviceable and
damaged Hospital property, conalstlng of Blank
eta, Bheets, Hair Pillows, Bed Sacks, Ae. Tea
thousand serviceable Blankets wUl be sold: also.
OOO Hair Pillows. '
At tbe elos of sale will be sold
TWKLVB MEDICIBK WAOOK 8, IK GOOD COX-
'Pnrchasers will be required to pay for aod re
move proper. within forty-elght bouts from
termtbatloa of sale.
de8-td Surgeon U. B. A. , Med. Porveyor.
LAROK SALE OF aOVKRNM"KlT
Chief QrAaTiBHima'a Orrtoi.
vtroT or wiaitmiToir,
WllltvaTor. D. C. Dm A. 1MA
Will be sold attnblleanetloD.uadrt)iadtrM
tlon of Brevet Colonel C. II. Tompkins, Q M. . at
the Eastern Branch Corral, near Llaeola Hop(ial
Dspot, Washington, D. 0., commencing WED
K liS DAY, December 20, 166.1, at 10 o'clock, a.
m , a superior lot of
SIX HDtfDBED GOVERNMENT MULES.
Tbe Males are well broken, matched, la see
condition, and may be considered, la every re
spect, a first -class lot.
They will be sold singly, to the highest bid
der, and tbe sale will be continued from day te
day until the whole number la sold.
Terma; Cash, U Government funds.
D. II, BUCKEB,
Bt. Ma. Gen. and Chief Quartermaster,
doO-141 Depot of Washington.
S Aii.eoF oovkhnmeni uOiiibiriua.
CvixrQrABTiaMAtTxa'e Ornrt, )
WisxtiaTov D. C, Dec. 0, I860, )
Will be soid at public auction, on tbe premises,
under the direction of Captain J, H. Crowell, A.
Q. M. .on SATURDAY. DmiriWO 1MU thAM.
lowing described Government Buildings, Lnm
ber, Ae .as follows i
ON NIHETEBltTH, NEAR CORNER OF D
STREET NORTH, ati.so p. m.
One (1) omce, 16 by 40U feet.
Ona Ml Shad. 11U b AA fMt
AT GENERAL HOSPITAL STABLE, Off F
STHEET.BETWEEN TWENTY-FOURTH AMD
TWEltTY-FIFTH STREETS, AT 2 O'CLOCK,
One (1) Office, W by U4 feet.
one l) Shed, 10 by 27 feet.
One (1) Shed, 6 by 13 feet.
One (1) Stable, 29 by 64 feet.
Two (2) Stables, each 2S by 123 feet.
Two (2) Grain Sheds, each 2Sby44fcst.
One (1) Gate Shed, 24U by SO feet.
One I) Watch Box, 6 by 14 feet.
One (1) Stable. 23 by 02 feet.
Three (S) btablea, each IS by 23) feet.
One (lj Stable, 23 by 07 feet.
Two (2) Blables, each 2S by SS feet.
One (II Stable, 2Sby 80 Test.
One il Stable, 23 by 100 feet.
One 1) Stable, 24 by D3 feet.
One 1 1) Stable, 28 by 320 feet.
One 1 1) Stable, 24 by 2-0 reft,
OneilJBtable, 23 by 222 feet.
One 11 Tool Honne. 6 bv 1ft fseL
Together with a lot or Refuse Lumber, Watering
Troughe, Fmk1 Troughs, and II Itching P ists.
AT ARLINGTON PARK STABLES, NEAR AR-
LinUTOM. VA, AT 4 O'CLOCK, P. M.
A lame lot of FenclnvT. Feed Troughs. Ac.
n.. viui tn c; ..ti '. 1 a .a
1UO SUIIUIAIKS Will im slDlleV sUBglJa, ftDU lllllll
be removed within fifteen daya from date of sale.
ierms.basn, inuovcrnmen innos
D. H. RCCKEK,
Brevet MaJ, Gen and Chief Quartermaster,
de3-flt Depot of Washington.
SURE YOUR PROPERTY AT HOME.
TBS NATIONAL UNION IKSDRaNCE COM.
CHARTERED DT CONGRESS.
BISKS TAKEN AT TUI LOWEST RATES.
LOSSES PKOUPTLY PAID.
NO CUAROE TOR P0LICIE8.
iU Flftsenth stret, nearlj Apposite Rlfga &
Co 'a Banking Ilonse.
At JOIINII.JOIIMSON'SLairOfflte.No M Lou
isiana avenne, near Bank of Washington.
This ComnaoT la now vrenarad to lnsnr. .11
descriptions of property agaluet loss .r damag.
bv Are on aneh lerme as cannot fall to he accept
able to the cltliene of the District. In this Com
pa.Troncan Insnre yonr lOKNITDRE. Mill.
CIIAKDISE, WARglloUSIS, OR DWELLINGS
for a j.ar or shorur period.
T.'ill!,?S!?',,Jr "'.Vi ""J1 m cun CAPITAL
u, v.'n.vw, niiii ,, la.repj .naDiiae tn.m
tv offer to the cltlsens of th. District g r.atar
..wuit, ,... u .it, ma ooer.a n. ret. lor..
Pollcl.. will b. Issued for a shortsr period
than on. roar, aeeordlag to the New Tork ecale
lor euor. insurance.
Cbarlea Knap, President, Richard Wallach,
0 W. Rings, Vice Pres't, Denial Dodd,
Thomas Berrr, If C Fabnaitock,
GeorgeS Oldeon, William DUon.
non 8m NOBLt P. LARNER. Secrslary.
JOHN R. BLVAN8 A 00.,
87 Loolslaan are and SO. 0 atreet.
WASHINOTON, D. 0.,
BLACKSMITHS' AND WnEELWRIQUrS'
AN VILS Wronghl ; Cast Steel raced.
VICES Solid Box i Com, Cotter Kera j Paral.
NDTS Sqnare Pnaehed ;H.ison Pushes.
CABLE CHAINS ltoUlach.
EPRINOS-Brlght f Black.
AXLES-Long Aim ; U Patent t Solid Collar.
OAK AND ASH BENT RIMS,
HICKOBT BENT BIMS.
SAWED FELLOES 3to 3 Uehei thres4.
HAFTS Bub, light t Bnff, medium fin
ished, light t medium, heavy express, gro
eeryj" flnlahed, light (and bars); medium
iu pin; j butt fana oarsj.
POLES Buff : flnlshsd and elrclea).
SWING LETBEES Light ferrnled; medium
FINISHED WHEELS Large
anil TlBMW fliRH
I?SPEY A BURG DORFF,
-J CABINETMAKERS AND UPHOL8TLRERS.
We take thla method of returning tbanka to our
former friends and cuatomers for the liberal pa
tronage beitowed unon us before the lste fire on
Serenth street, at which thsy lutt all their tools
and stock of materials, and beg leave to state that
they have leased the new store
ON G STREbr, ONE DO Oil EAST OF SEVENTH.
We are now prepared to manufacture, repair,
varnlih alt kinds of furniture, put down carpeta,
Ae , and to do alt businee connected with up
holstering aod houaaefurnlablng, and In the bst
manner and at tbe shortest notion. By strict at
teotloa to bustnsss and moderate cnarges we
hope to merit a ahtre of the public patronage
WiiBivarnv, Nor 13. 1860 nois-tf
160 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
Between Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets.
(Formerly of the Columbia,) proprietor,
would inott respectfully call the attention of
Member, of Congress and others contemplating
housekeeping, to the fart that he has completed
hlsarraegenienlB for keeping his Market always
supplied with all the delicacies of tbe season, aad
at the very LOWEST PRICES trusting to hie
long experience to enable him to give satlifac
tlon to all who may honor him with tbelr pa
tronage Intel, copy. de0-3w
0ADE6 4 SOOTT
HOUSE, SIGN, ORNAMENTAL, AND BANNER
No. W7E street, belwn Eleventh and Twelfth
street, Washington, D C.
Alt orders for Painting and U taxing promptly
attended to noU-lm
E & L E
AND SHEET-IRON WOXKIRR.
CORNER OF NINTH AND ) STKIETS.
WASU1NQTON, D, C.
All kinds of JUBIIINO promptly attended to,
Q. R, LELASD,
33 3C X R IS t4& X3 H.
J D A M 8
EirtassMATTia Biciivid at'ax DiirATcmis
raov th 6rrtoM or tii
WABinitOTOlt, D. C.
DAILT AS roLtOWI.
For Baltimore aad Phila
delphia, and latermedl
jfew Yrk, Buston'ranV the"
Beat ; Wilmington A Hew
tern, N. C; Charleston,
8. C.J Savannah, Oeer
xla; and New Orleans,
Cbambersburr, and Car
lisle, Pa,: Jjagerstown,
Md WlltlamsporL Pa.)
El ml ra,B u ffal o,Boch es ter,
and NUgara Falls, It. T.;
7.30 p m'
a mi viiiaw .
War 8tatlone on tbe Penn
sylvania Central Ball
Pittsburgh, Columbus, i
Indianapolis, Cairo, Chi
cago, Detroit, LenlsTllle,
St. Louis, Vlcksburg
Miss.; Msmphls, and
Frederick, Harper's Fer
tjt Winchester, aad la
Cumberland, and way eta
I lions between Baltimore
( aad Cumberland
Way stations west of CumV
Deuand.ud. J Wbeeuag,
and Parkersburg, Va. ;
.1 30 pm
Norfolk, Fortress Monroe,
and City Point, Va.
8 p io
Richmond and Petersburg,
V.; Danville, Balelgh,
Wei J un, Oreenaboro. '
Sallfburx, Charlotte, and
Ooldsboro,' If, C. ; Colum
3 13 a m
1 P m
ma, o. u , as
tjhattanooga and Knox
vllls, Tennesaeet Angus
Is, Athens, Atlanta. Al
beny, Macon, and Colum
bus, Georgia ; Enfalla and
Montgomery, Ala.; War
ronton, Culpeper, Or
ange, Gordonavllle, Char
Lynchburg, aad alt sta
tions on the Virginia and
6 30p u
3 13 a m
0 30p m
Ml AND 319 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
401 PESNSTLVANIA AVENUE,
Between Ponrand.nIIalf and Sixth etroete,
WASHINOTON, D. C.
ESTABLISHED IN 1SS.
ThU compan 7 te now prepared to tranepcrt
To ererjr town and Tillage In the lllddle, New
England, and Western Stetec, aad Canada, and,
la connection at Lynchburg and Richmond, Va ,
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COUPANV,
Is enabled to reach all points In the
SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST.
Onr fstllltles are nneqnalled, and all business
entru.te4 to n. will be attended to faithfully and
For tsrms and all other Information npplynt
uce, to I S. SMITH,
ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY,
OrrlCEMa PENNA. AVXNUX.
319 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, OPPOSITE
NORTHERN, WESTERN, AND SOUTHERN
Merchandlae, Money, and Valnablea of all
kinds forwnrded with dispatch to all eeceeetblo
sections of the ronntry,
COLLECTION OP NOTES, DRATTS AND BILL8
made In all accessible parte of the United Slalea.
0. C DUNN, Agent,
noH-tf Washington, D. C.
BUTTERPIED'S OVERLAND DIS.
VIA FORT RILET AND THE GREAT 8U0KT
TO DENVER, CENTRAL CITT AND THE
OREOORr QOLD MINES OF COL
This Company start for Atchison and Law
rence, Kansas, a dally line of Express Coachee
hang on thorough brace-sprlngs, comfortable
and roomy. (Passengere by the Mlasonrl Pacllle
Railroad from St. Louie conaect with these
Coachee at Lawrence.)
The ronte le through a One country abonndtog
In game, Ac , and OTer the lineal natural road la
Merehante ordering goode In the East to go by
thle Line ahonld he carefnl and luark package
as follows 1
"Via Bnllerleld'e O. D. Co. Express,
Atchison, Kansas ' '
Principal Offlee No. J Broadway, New Tork.
For further particular. atolT to any ofiha
foUowtar offieera 1
X. P. BRAT, Preeideat.
Col. J. II. PULESTON, Secretary.
W. K KITCHEN, President National Tark
OEO E COCK, Assistant Treasurer.
WM. MARTIN, Oeneral Agent
Oen, W R. BREWSTER, Vice President.
D. A.BUTTIRFIELD, Oeu'l Superintendent.
MaJ, Oen, A. Mo. D. McCOOK,
oe2otf Ucadquartera Atchison, Kansas
TMPORTANT TO LADIES AND GENTLE.
As the season for fashionable parties Is now at
hand, we d..u It dne to the ladles of this capital
to elate tbat the only plscs to purchase floe PER
FUMERY, HUB WORK, Ae , Ac, la of
Coroer of D and Tenth etreets, nsar the A.enne.
It la also proper to state that the tneet HAIR
DRESSING, la the LATEST STYLE, Is done at
the abora establishment MADAME DEMON.
OEOT will glee personal attention, at her Hair.
dresslBg Room, ae above mentioned. All ordera
for ont.door work will be attended promptly,
GOVERNMENT SALE OV. CHOICE
wnismr. '"' "
Orrici DtroT ComaiiaaanTor Innrmci, I
WAaniaoTOl, D. C , Dee. A, IMA, (
Sealed proposals, la duplicate, of the form far
Ished by the naderalned, will be reeeWed al
thle oflee nalil li o'clock, M ,-ea THURSDAY,
lb. Hth day f December. IMA far th. sale of
CM BARREL OF WHISKY.
The Whisk offered for aala wae aelected with
care, aad la of the Aral quality, especially the
Rye nnd Boarbon Wfalekr, wh ch are eqael,tf
not superior, to any Whiskies now la the market.
Pronoeele may be mad. for ear number of
barrels, not Ism than Ave .feaeb. lot.
Lot No, 1 consists of S3 barrela el Bye whisky,
eoalalalng about 630 gallons.
Lot Ne. 3 eenelsts of 33S barrela of Bourbon
Whisky, tontalalag about n,ln gallons ( and
Lot No. 1 consists of 410 barrels of kecttded
Whisky, containing about t,eO all.aa.i
The Whisky will be reganged before the de
llrery.and aold by the "proor gallon. " It may
b.amlaed at the Sabslstenee Depot, Alexaa-drla-Vn.,
or eampleeean be aeea aad prepoeale
ebfalaed from any of tbe foltowlag onlcere 1
BreretLt Col. E. D. Urigham, Captain and C
I.O,ll, Boalon, Masa.
Breret Brig Gen. II. r. Clerk, A. D. C. aad A. C.
0. g , O. S A , New York cltr.
Dreret Brig. Oen. a L. Kllbnn, A. 0. 0. B ,
V. 8 A.. Philadelphia, IV
Breret Brig. Oen. T. Wilson, V. 8. aad Brsvet
Lt. Col , Captain and C. S., U. S. A., Baltimore,
or at thle oflce.
Payment In Uovernment fnnda. nbe.1 8fty per
cant f which will be required oa the acceptance
of the bid, aad the remainder aa eooaae there-
gauging ia eompietea, ana perore ue denrery
Ne bid reeetred from partlea who nam failed
to comply with their eontracta.
Bidder, are reqaeated to t. present at the
opening of their bfde.
All porrhasee will be loaded at the Government
wharreajn Alexandria, Vlrflnla,free of expeaae
to the purchaser.
Tnouanni reeerratlon by in. uoTernmentln
regard Io bids will be obeerrrd.
def.Jt Major and C. 8. , V. H. A.
OmoK COMMIBSAHY SUBSI8TKNUK,
PaTlnaacaa, Va., HOTember IT, IMS.
Sealed proposale will be received bythena
derslgned until WXDNESDAT, December 13, UU,
.. .. v iw., u, , ivr id. parcnu. oi eooui
THREE HUNDRED ANb FIFTY BEAD OF
UKAA- UATTl-K, AT THIS OKrOT.
The Cattle will be aold at their actual gross
weight, to be determined on delivery, Propoeala
uua. v aa uuj.i.v.tv. uu iw.i. , ,u uric.
per pound groee weight, and the nnmber of Cat
No bid will be received for n leea nnmber than
twenty (301 head. The Government reecrree the
right to reject all bids deemed too low.
Bidder, not present wilt be notified by letterof
the reenlt of their proposals. The Cattle to be
removed within ten daya from date of acceptance
of bid, at expense of purchaser.
-ine cattle can ua eeen at the uauie Yarae near
the Race Ground, abont one mile from thla city.
Terme cash. In Government fnnde.
Propoaala ahonld be endorsed on the envelope
"Pronosels for Burchaee of Beef Cattle. and
adJreased to the uaderslgned, at Petarebnrr, Va.
By order of Thomas 0. Sotllvaa, Brevet Major
and C. 8 , U. 8. A., Chief C. 8. Dopartmaat of
Virginia. ASA GREGORY,
nosU'irt uaptain ana u. g.
JOHN R. ELVANS A CO.,
I? Louisiana ave and SOI C street,
WASHINOTON, D. C.,
IRON AND 8TEIL,
SWEDISH IRON-Ordlaixr slier.
B0R8I 8UOI IRON Mitre, Ar.
OVALS AND HALT ROUNDP.
D. B. NAIL RODS.
T. V. F. do.
L. S. do.
TOE CORK 8TXEL.
EXTRA FALL RIVER RODS Round nnd
are; charcoal plate Iron; puddled
J to iron.
IRON American ( American "O.Is
rare;" Belgian; Im. Kneel. Bnaala;
SQUARE CABT BTEEL Saaderten'e.
OOTAGON CAR BTEEL.
FLAT CAST BTEEL.
BLISTER STEEL American.
ROUND STIXL Cast) machinery,
M. II A S K E L L .
SIXTEENTH STREET, BETWEEN It AND I
OPPOSITE JACKSON SQUARE.
PICTURES IN ALL 8TTLI8,
WARRANTED TO OIVE SATISFACTION.
CALL AND BEE ME. nold-lm
HOUSE AND SIQN PAINTER,
So. ell at arnaxr, one noon kabt or sErxxrit,
WASniNOTON, D. C.
eaarnna a naniLina xxanr xincmnj
POST OFFICE NEWS STAND,
Tfaa on hand at all time, all the
MAOAZINES, CHEAP PUBLICATIONS, STA
TIONERY OF ALL KINDS.
Also all the NORTHERN PAPERS received at
the earliest tnom.at.
for eale aa aoon aa lesuad.
eT The DAILY AND WEEKLY REPUBLt.
CAN are for sale at FABKER'S, and enbscrlp.
tin.. rM.iv.it Mpa.tr
WaaaiaoTov, December I, IMA,
I deem It only necea.afr to remind tbe eltlxena
of Washington that tbe President has set aparr
Thursday, the 7lh Instant, as a day of thanks
giving eud praise to Almighty God. to Insure a
compliance with hts b.b.st, and a proper ob
servance nf the day on their pari
IMPORTED WINLS, LIQUORS, ETC.
Bottler of Foreign and Domestic
ALE, PORTER, CIDER,
CHOICE IIUNUARIAN WINES,
2.13 F street, between Thirteenth and Fourteenth,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Sole Agent for
no39.1u HUBBEL'S GOLDEN BITTERS.
ISLAND SADDLE, HARNESS, COLLAR,
AND TRUNK MANUFACTORY.
II J LKESNITZEK, OUJ Seventh street, user
Maryland nvenue, keeps constantly on hand, uf
his own manufacture, and at tbe lowest cash
prices, Harness, Collars, Spnrs, Whips, Bridles,
Baddies, Bits, Curry-combs, Brushes, and every
article to be found In aFlrst.cIass Eatahllshtneat.
Trunke, Harness, Ac , rspaired In the most sub.
stantlal meaner and upon terms vsry reasonable.
Give me a call before purchasing elsewhere.
JN . D R U 0 B ,
S3. P.nnsylraala avenu., between Ninth aad
All kinds of Photograph and Alnbrotype work
executed In th. bet mann.r known to the art,
at th. cb..ptat ret., aud In every etyle.
dee lin .
WOOD DUKE II ART,
FASHIONABLE UAIK-DRKSS1NO, AND
Just opened at
C. C. WILLARD'B EBBITT linn.K
Near the corner of Fourteenth and F streets,
novlS-lm WASHINGTON. D C
'1MIIS IS TO dlVE NOTICE, THAT THE
X subscriber haa obtained from the Orpbaae'
Conrt of Washington county, In Ih. District ef
Columbia, teller, of aJmlnlslratlon. w a., oa
the peraonal ee ate of Hear T Parker, late of
tiesDiiigioa euy, u. u., dice.s.J an pereons
having clalme against tbe said deceased, are
hereby warned to exhibit the eetne, with th.
vonebera thereof, 10 the aubscrlbsr, on or befor.
the 3d day of Decmh.r next t th.y niar other,
wlae by taw be oxeludvd front all benent of Ih.
Given under my baud this 2d day of Deeember,
18M RbUhCCAS PARKER,
de.w9ff AJialeLlretrlx, w, ,
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