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QKCOND WARDSIK&T TRKCINOT.
none. ! tenby glvea that, la conformity If
the provllloee. o( aet ' 'lulhorlilaa; a .pedal
teftto. to aecertala the oplaloa or th. pxpte of
Waahlafton oa tho.a.oatUuaaf ft.gro .enrie, "
aa electloa will be b.ld la the Firet Preclnet of
in. aocoaa ward, at Uo corner or new Tone
aroaao aid Twelfth .troel, oa TIICKSDAY,
Dtoambor 31, for Ibo purpo.eof loetlng public
eeatlmeat la rolatlaa to Uo ctleaeloa of tbo
Heat o( uftin to colored parronl ta 1h. elf y of
Petl will bo vmb at S o'eloe k, a. mM aad doe.
at 9 o'clock, p.M. JNO p. HILTON,
CKCOND WAItD-feKQNb PRECINCT.
Ifotlea .laireby g.vtn,tt.at, la conformity to
the provltloas of aa Mi "authorising a ap-clal
election to ascertain tbt oplaloa of tht people of
Wasblagtoa oa tbe question of negro auftrsge,'
aa election will ba held la tha Second Precinct of
lb geewnd Ward, at 319 X treat. between Twelfth
and Thirteenth streets, onTHUKSDaT, Decern
bcr3Isl,fortha purpose of tatlD public sentl
meat In relation to tha axteasioa of therlihtr
taffraga to colored person la tbt city of Wash
ington. roll will be open at $ o'clock a, ra , aud eioia
atto'clockp.ia. THOMAS CWIL&0.f.
J W. EaRP,
C. B BAYLT,
THIRD WARD FIRST PRECINCT.
Xotlc.tl hereby given, that. In conformity to
the provleloaa of aa act M authorizing a special
election to ascertain tba opinion of tba people of
Wasblagtoa oa tba qaestlun of negro suffrage,
aa election will ba bald la tha riret Precinct of
tba Third Ward, at tha House of Mr HoyleTtor
ar Xtath and M streete, aa THURSDAY. Deeem
bar 3U for tha purpose of testing public sent.
meat la ralatloa to tha extension of iba right of
suffrage to tha colored persona la tha city of
PolU will be opened at S o'clock a. in , and
closed at 6 o'clock r, ra.
SAMUEL I. TYSON, M D ,
dclsd Com mlsslo part
THIRD WARD SECOND PRECINCT.""
Xotlcali hereby given, that, la conformity to
tba provliloai of an aet "authorising a special
aUctlon to ascertain tha opinion of the people of
Washlngtoa oa tba question of negro suffrage,'
aa election will ba held In the Second precinct of
tba Third ward, at tba "Model Hunse. " corner
of F and Blnth itraeta, oa TJ1UKSDAT. Dfcetn
bar 21. for the purpose of ttlnir public eeutl.
meat la relatloa to tba extension of the right of
suffrage to colored persqas la the city of Wash
ington roll will ba opaaad at 8 o'clock, a, a .and
closed at 6 o'clock, p. m.
GEO C WHITIKG,
JH)URT1I WAUD6UCOND PRECINCT
Kotlee Is herebr given, that, la conformity to
tha prOTUloas of an act "Mthorltlng a rclil
elactloa to aaeertaln the opinion of the people of
Washington oa the question of negro naffrage, "
aa electtoBwlll ba held In the 8cond I'reclnri of
tbe Foartb ward, at lo IS Fonrand-a-lulf
street, next door to the Woodbine, ou TUURS
DAT, December 21, for the purpose of testing
public eeBUaaat In relation to tha extension of
tha right of suffrage to colored persons In tbe
rolls will ba opeaed at 8 o'clock, a. m , aod
closed at 0 o'clock, p a
VETKR F. BACON,
lURTU WARDFIRST PRECINCT.
XOTICI IS 1IEREDY 01V.t, that, In eonf-mii-ItT
to tba proTlttons of aa act "aalborlzlDir a
pedal election to ascertain tbo opinion of the
rople of Washlngtoa on tba qaestion of agro
sntTrage,' aa election will be beld In the Firs,
Precinct of the Fonrth Ward, at Dr Baldwin's
rfflcs. Sixth, near U street, on THURSDAY,
December 21, for tba purpose of testing public
sentiment la relation to tha extension of the
right of suffrage to colored persons la tbe city vf
Polls will ba opened at 8 o'clock, a. m , and
closed at 6 o'clock, p ra
DR. Q M CLARKE,
8. B 8TLVESTER,
"PIFTH WARDFIRST PRECINCT.
5otlc Is hereby glrea that. In coaformlty to
tbe provisions of an act "aathoriilog a specitl
election to ascertain the opinion of the people of
Wasblagtoa oa the question of negro suffrage,"
aa election will be held In the First Precinct of
the Fifth Ward, at Flrt Precinct school house,
Third street east and A street south, on THUKS
DAT, December 21. for tbe purpoie of testing pub
lie sentiment la relation to the extension of th
right of suffrage to colored persona la tbe city of
i oavuiuji IUU
Polls will be opened at 8 o'clock a m , and
close at 0 o'clock p. m.
GEORGE M OYSTER,
T1I08 C. WELLS,
"piFTII WARD SECOND PRECINCT.
Notice Is hereby given, that, In conformity to
tbe provisions of so act "eathorfilcg a special
eleetloa ta ascertain tbe opinion or tbe people of
Wasblagtoa oa the question of negro suffrage,"
an election wilt beheld In tbe Pecoud Precinct of
the Fifth Ward, at D. Callahan's, corner of Foartb
treat east and D street south, oa THURSDAY,
December 21, far the parpose of testing public
MBtlaeeat la relatloa to the extension or ti right
f suffrage to colored persons la the city of Wasb
lagtoa, foils will be opened at 8 o'clock a, 10 , and
cloaa at 0 o'clock p. m
JAMES H. RICHARDS,
K T. TU'PETT,
IXTH WARD FIRbT PRECINCT.
Notice fa herebr ffiven that. Id ronfurmllv ta
tba provisions of an act "aothoriilng a sp-nlal
election to ascertain tbe opinion of tbe people nf
Washington oa the question of negro Miffrag,'
an election will ba held In tbo First Product of
the Sixth Ward, at School House, corner of
beventu and 0 streets sooth, oa THUR&D1Y, De
cember 21st, for the purpose of teitlor public
sentiment In relation to tba extension of the right
of suffrage to colored persons In tbo city of Wash
ington. folia will ba opened at 8 o'clock, a m, and
close at 6 o'clock, p. m
J MARION BKIGGS,
GEORGE N HUNT,
CIXTH WARD-SECOND PRECINCT."
Notice le hereby given, (bat, la coaformlty to
the provlsloae of an art "autborlztag a special
lection to ascertain the opinion of tba people it
WaVshtBartoB an the An tin ii ftf nawrri antTriiiM '
aa eteetfon will bo held la tbe Second precinct or
the Blxth ward, at tha Aotcostla Engine House,
on THURSDAY, December 21, for the purpose of
ior; pQDiic cBiimant in relation it me eiiea-
sloa of tbo right of suffrage to eolored persons la
tha city of Washlngtoa.
Polls will bo opeaed at 8 o'clock, a, m , aad
close at 8 o'clock, p. m
SAMUEL R TURNER,
JOSIAH L VENAULE.
OEORQK T TAIT.
gEVE&TTl WARD FIRST PREUINfJT
Notice Is hereby given, that. In conformity to
the Provisions of an act " authorlzlnor a SDecIs.1
election to aacerlala tbe oplaloa of the people of
Washlngtoa oa tbe question of negro aaffrage,' '
an electloa will be held la tba First Preclact of
me seventh ward, at F A. Boswell'a office, oa
Fonr-and-a Half street, near Estreat south, on
THURSDAY, December 21, for tbo parpose of
testing pabllc sentiment la relatloa to tbe extea
sloa of tbe right of eaffrage to colored Persons in
the city of Washlngtoa
Pollx will ba opened at 8 o'clock, a in , aad
close at 8 o'clock, p m.
W M DAVIS,
del8-d Co mm ul oner 1
CEVKNTII WARD SECOND PRECINCT
Notleo li hereby given, that, la conformity to
the Drovlsleas of aa act "authorlilnir a anerlal
electloa to ascertain tbe oplaloa of the people of
Waeblngtea oa the question of negro suffrage,"
aa electloa will ba bold la tba Second Precinct of
the Beventb ward, at tne omee or sir ibarlei a
Chnrch. eoraer of Eleventh street and Maryland
avenue, oa THURSDAY, December Xlet, for the
parpose of testing pablle sentiment la relation ti
tbeexteasIoB of the right of suffrage to colored
persoaa 1b tha city of Washlngtoa.
Polls will bo opeaed at S o'clock a. ra . and
close at 8 'look p. u.
ROBT, H GRAHAM,
IIRST WARD-JIIIOT tfeEOINCTr-
ltotlee te hereby glrea(tbat.la coaformlty lo
tba provtsloaaof tbft M aatorlitag a special
election to ascertain tba oplatoa of the people 0
Was Hog too on tbe qaastraa of riegro ealrage, ' '
an election will ba held U tha First Preclaot of
the Flrat WsM, at Vo 348 II, between Ztgbteeata
aad Nlaeteeeatl. streets, oa THURSDAY. Decern
bar 21st, for the purpose ol testing pablle senti
ment In relatloa to tbt extenaloa of the right of
laffraga to colored persons la tba city of Wash
In g tea.
Polls will be opeaa4 at B o'clock, a. m .and '
Cloaa at 7 o'clock, v w
IIIST WARD SECOND rRKCINCT.
Notice Is herebr irlren that. In coaformltr lo
tba rroTlsloas of an act 'antborlilaff a SDeelal
election to ascertain the oplaloa of the people of
Washington oa tha question of negro suffrage,'
an election will ba held la the Second Precinct
of the First Ward, at Ko. IS3 I street, between
Twentieth and Twenty-first streets, on THURS
DAY. December 21st, for the purpose of testing
nubile sentlueat In relation to iba exteniloa at
the right of suffrage to colored persons In tbe
city of Washington.
Polls will ba oneaed at 8 o'clock, a. m. . aad
close at 9 o'clock, p m
WM J. HER BUT,
U. D HILTON,
OTICE TO TROPERTV HOLDERS.
With KiMitTBia'a Orrict. )
City Hall, WAsniiuTojr.Dec. It, ISM. ( ,
All os mobs who own lots or Dirts of lots In
this city, whether Improved or unlropro-ed,
which bind oa or touch on tba following named
streets or avenues, tIij
Pennsylvania avenue, irom kock creeic to
Eighth street east
fclgbtb street east, from Pennsylvania avenue
to &utb M street
K street north, from Twentythlrd street west
to feiventh street west,
Massachusetts avenue, from beventb street
wt to cw Jersey aveaua.
New Jcrser avenue, from Massachusetts av
enue to north D street.
fifteenth etreAt wasLfron new Tork avenue
to Pennaylvanta avenue.
Eighth street west, from F street north to Penn
Seventh stteet west, from K street north to F
Fouraad-ahalf street, from Pennsylvania, av
enue to north O street
Foar-aud-abaIf street, from Value avenue to
south P street
Twenty-fourth street wear, from Pennsylvania
avenue to north R street
North A street, from, Delaware avenne to Flrit
First street eaat, from north A street to Penn
Maine avenue, from Third street west to Sixth
Blxth street west, from Main avanne to south
B street, and
Snntlt B street, from Sixth street weat to Tenth
Are hereby notified that a water tax of seven
eighths () of one cent per square foot has been
levied on said lots or parts of lots; aad that tbe
same Is now due and payable at this office
owners of property on which this water-lax la
levied may at their option pay tba same In five
annual Installment, bearing Interest at the rate
of six per cent, per anuam. or may pay the whole
amount wunm tuiny aays irom ma aaie 01 iuis
nuiice, wun aoaismeaioi six percent
All lots or parts of lota on which the first In
stallment of tax shall not have been paid at the
einlrallon of thirty davs from the date hereof.
will be returned as delinquent to tbe Collector of
uiiy raxes, ana oy mm wui ne advertise ana
sotd as toe law airocis
decU-dlm Water Beglater
TUTTERFIEDfl OVERLAND DIS-
JL PATCH COMPANY,
VIA FORT RILEY AND THE QREAT SMOKY
TO DENVER, CENTRAL CITY AND THE
GRLOORY GOLD MINES OF COL
ThU Company atart for Atchison and Law-
re nee, Kansas, a dally Una of Express Coaches
hung on thorough brace-springs, comfortable
and roomy (Passengers by tbe Missouri Pacific
Railroad from St. Louis connect with these
Tbe route le through a fine country abonadlng
In game, Jic , and over the finest natural road In
Merchants ordering goods In tba East to go by
this Line should be careful and mark packages
to follows :
"Via Bulterficld'e O. D Co Express,
Atchison, Kansas "
Principal Office No 68 Broadway, New York
For farther particulars apply to any oflbe
following 0 fleers j
E. P BRAY, Presldeat.
Col J. II. PDLE8TON, Secretary.
W. K, KITCHEN, President National Park
OEO E COCK, Asalatant Treasurer.
WM MARTIN, General Agent.
Gen. W R BREWSTER, Vice President.
D A BUTTERFIELD, Geu'l Saperlnteodent.
Ms. Geo. A. Mc. D. McCOOK,
oc2fl-tf Headquarters Atchison, Kansas
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY AT HOME,
THE NATIONAL UNION INSURANCE COM'
PANY OF WASHINGTON.
CHARTERED BY CONGRESS.
RISKS TAKEN AT THE LOWEST RATES.
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
NO CHARGE FOR POLICIES.
424 Fifteenth street, nearly opposite Rlggs Si
Co 's Banking House.
br Alien orncK,
At JOHN II JOHNSON'S Law Office, No 81 Lou
isiana arcane, near Bank of Washington.
This Company U bow prepared to Insure all
descriptions of property against loaaer damage
by Ore on such terms as cannot fall to be accept
able to the citlteos of tbe DUirlct In this Com
piny yon caa tnaur your FURNITURE, MER
CHANDISE, WAREHOUtJSS, OR DWELLINGS
for a year or shorter period.
This Company starts with a CASH CAPITAL
or 81'tOOOO, all paid in, thereby enabling them
to offer to tbe citlteos of tbe District greater
security tbsn has ever been offered heretefore.
Policies will be Issued for a shorter period
than one year, aceordiog to the New York scale
for short Insurance.
Charles Knap.Prealdent, Richard Wallacb,
aV Rlggs.UcePres't, Daniel Dodd,
Thomas Berry, H C Fabnestock,
Ueorge S Gideon, William Dixon
no23 6m NOBLE D LARNER, Secretary
17SPEY & BUKODORFP,
-J CABINET MAKERS AND CPHOLSTERERS.
Wa take this method or returning thanks to our
former friends and customers for tbe liberal pa
tron ape bestowed apon us before the late Are on
Seventh street, at which they lost all their tools
aad stock of materials, and be leave to state that
they bare leased the new store
UN Q HrKEET, ONE DOUR EAST OF SEVENTH
We are now prepared to manufacture, repair,
varnish alt kinds of furniture, put down carpets,
Ac , and to do all builness connected with up
holstering aad houae-rurnlablajt, and tn tbe best
manner aad at tba shortest notice Bt strict at
tentloa to business and moderate charges wa
hope to merit a share or the public patronage
ESPfcY & BORODORFF
WiBMixnTOjr, Hot 11, IMn ao.Vtf
PAUL SIP OB,
IMPORTED WINES, LIQUORS, ETC.
Bottler of Foreign and Domestic
ALE, PORTER, CIDER,
2i3 F street, between Thlrteeath and Fourteenth,
WASUINOTON, D. C.
Sols Agent for
aoSd-lm UDDDEL'SQOLDEN BITTFRB
IXrRAPPINO PAPJ5H KOtt PALE, AT
If TUIS0JFIC1. "
33 3C I XI E S BXJ 8.
A IT It
tiriiM Mima RiciirtB it d DnrcA
raox tat Ornoi or taa
WA&IIIKOTaH, D. c.
11 ilt ai roLiows
For Baltl more" and Phlia
delpbla, aad in termed!
f New York, Boston," and the'
msi. wiin,inirion xew-
3 30 pm
bern, N. C ; Charleston, A am
S C. , tsavaaoah, tieer- 'llSOaiu
I fla; aad New Orleans,
Hanover. Gettyrburg. Lit-'
Cbambersharir. and Car
lisle, Pa : Hagerslewn, ( ft a in
Md . Wllllaiasport, Pa i f 8pn
7.30 p ml
Bun aisrara tiu. ix. x :
I. and tbe Caaadae
( Way Stations on tbe lVnn- )
m ayfvanla Central Rail-
( road )
Cincinnati and ClevIsnd,
Indianapolis, Cairo, Chi
cago, Detroit, Louisville,
fet Louis, Mcksburg
Miss.: Jiemohls. and
7.30 p ml
(. Aoviiie .
Frederick, Harper's Fr
ry, wiocnester, ana in
lermeaisie pom is
Cumberland, and way eta- )
tlons between Baltimore
and Cumberland )
6 a ra
f Way stations west of Cum'
Deriand,Ha ; wneenag,
and rarkersbnrg, Va.
Zanesvllle, Ohio ,
8 p in
.1 Si p m
Noifolk, lortreee Monroe,
and City Point, Va,
7 30 p m
Richmond and Petersburg,
Va . Danville, Raleigh,
Salisbury, Charlotte, and
GoldiboroN C ,Colam
bta.S C, kc
6 30 pm
Chattanooga and Knox-'
villa, Tennessee; Augus
ta, Atheus, Atlanta, Al
bany, Maeoa, aad Colum
bus, Georgia; Eafaltaand
Montgomery, Ala,; War
re n ton, Coipeper, Or
Lynchburg, and all sta
tions on the Vlraiaia aad
8 30p iu'
I. Tennessee Hallway
or r ices;
511 AND 319 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
TT A R N D E ff
401 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
Between Four-and-a Half and Sixth, streets,
WASniKOTON, D C.
ESTABLISHED IN 1839.
This company Is now prepared to transport
JEWELKY, Ac ,
To every town andvlllsge In tlie Middle, New
England, and We.tern Statea, and Cauada, and,
laconnectlon at Lynchburg and Richmond, Va ,
SOUTHERN EXPKEaH COMPANY,
Is enabled to reach all points la the
e SOUTn AND BOUTHWEiT.
Oar facilities are naeqoalled, and all business 1
eutruitcd to as will be attended to faitUXully aad I
For terms and all other Information apply at
(Sce,to E- 8. SMITH,
ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY,
OmCF.Mi l'E.NNA AYEMJE.
210 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, OPPOSITE
NORTHERN, WESTERN, AS D f OUTHKRN
Merrbandlae, Money, and Valaables of all
kinds forwarded with dispatch to all accessible
sections of the country.
COLLECTION OF NOTES, DRAFTS AND BILLS
made la all accessible parts of tha United States
C. C DUNN, Agent,
nolt-tf Waabingtoa, D. C.
XTATIONAL EXPRESS AND TlUNS
1 PORTATION COMPANY
OFFICE AND DEPUl
between Ninth and Tenth streets
This Oiupany la now prepared to do a
GENERAL EXTKER AND TRANSPORTATION
To and from New York, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington, Alextndrla, Ktrh
wood, Petersburg, Norfolk, Lynch
hnrg, Cbarlotteavllle, Winches
ter, Uarrlsonburir, Etanuton,
LexlnKton, halem, and
Ilrlktol, la Virginia,
Knoxville, Teuuesnee, Weldon, Oold.boro',
Wilmington, New Herne, Raleigh,
Ureenshoro', Salisbury, and
unarioue, n i , aua
to aad from
All Stations on the Uranife anil Alexandria, Vir
ginia ueuirsi, 1r4-inia aua leonessee, itirii.
mood and Petersburg, Petcrtburtf aud
Weldon, Wllmlnglou and Weldon,
Atlantic and North Carolina,
Raleigh and Oaaton, and
North Carolina Central
As raPlJJy as po"slble the Lln and Aseorlea
of (be Company will be exteuded lo other States,
of which due notice will be given
Tba tariff or 1 barges Is Imsed upon fair bul
ness principles, yielding a reasonable profit tn
the Company, without being oppressive to tbe
faille Upon this basts It confidently preients
s claims for a fair share of patronage, relying
upon Its large capital aud tbe character of Its
officers and mens for that public confidence
essential to succesi A C11APJJAN,
rPIIIS IS TO OIVE NOTICE, THAT THE
X subscriber has obtained from tbe Orphans'
Court of Washington County, in tbe District of
Colombia, letters ttameutury on the personal
eitate or William Hughes, lato or Washing
ton City, D C , deceased All persons havlug
claims against tbe said deceased are hereby
warned to exhibit the name, with tbe vouchers
thereof, to tbe tmhucrUior, on or before tbe 9th
day of December next, tbey may otherwise by
law be excluded fr.u all benefit of the said es
tate Given under my hAsd this ftth day of Decem
ber, ISM LCCIhDAHUGHLS,
WRAPPINO PAPER FOR BALK AT
the otfloa of (to liAiwrki Rrruauoix,
Coratr of four-and-a-half aid C Streets,
WAIHINOTON, D. C.
DAVID R. SMITH, PROPRUTOR.
LADIES' AND OINTLlMUfl
DININQ AND ICE CREAM SALOONS.
131 WEST BALTIMORE STREET,
Are tha most comfortable U tha all.
Ladles or families shopping or walking will
find these saloons yer? convenient, where every
thing, from a simple lunch to a first-class dinner,
tnsy be obtained
Breakfast, Dinner, and Supper are promptly
I nerved In tbe bet etyle. tbe tilt 01 tare always
I embracing the most choice dishes.
ice ureams, naier ices, iaaes, ; u u
qaallty and superior flavor at moderate rates.
Waddings aad other assemblies supplied with
every requisite at the shortest notice.
From long experience In tbe business the pro
prietor guarantees satisfaction to all patroas.
(A la Malaon Doree )
824 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
Between Ninth and Ten lb streets, (up stairs.)
Tba proprietor of this favorite Restaurant baa
spared no palue to make this tba best Restaurant
In Washlngtoa; aad be points with pleasure to
the large patronage bo ban always been honored
with. and respectfully solicits acontlnnancaof
GAME, OYSTERS, and other refreshments cob
Itantly oa hand, and at the most reasonable
prepared at tba abortesf notice aad In tba most
ireatiaii rrom a ioizo'ooex. dinner ana
Capper at all hours, raeyfl-lf
6 -rV I I X. JZ It "V .
500 " 0 v A 5jjjj
TO SEW B D I L D I H a ,
JOINItlQ ODD FELLOWS' BALI,.
JAMES S TOPIIAM 4 CO.,
Their Wtll-Knowa OlJ.E.lnMl.hed
THOME, 8ADDLBRT, HARNESS,
HIL1TART EQUIPMENT MAHDrACTOBT
DIRECTLY orrOSITB THE OLD STAND,
Wa.rd majr b.foaad, of oarowa mianfactor.,Ja
ai.lt complet. a.Mrtm.at uf .v.ry atjl. aad
prl.aof mllltarj aadcitli.ai
SADDLES AND BRIDLES,
BREAST COLLARS AND UAKTINOALES,
TINE SWORD BELTS,
Wllh Topbam 'a Pattat Sllda,
Sol. Manufacturer, of
LANOUOLZ'8 FATENT SPDS8.
LANOIIOLZ'S PATENT CDRD AND NOSE-
EWBANK'8 PATENT SPDR,
STEEL, BItAES, and SILVER PLATE SPOKS,
VDFFALO AND PDIE WOOLEN ROBES,
HOUSE COVERS AND BLANKETS,
MILITARY AND CITIZENS'
UIDINCJ AND 1URNESS BIT8,
IN OhBAT VARIETY
FINE DODBLE COAOII,
FINE hi NO I. E CARRIAHE, BDOOY, AND
8DTLERS BTAOK, WACON, CAT.T, AND
COACH. BUOOY, 6TAOK,
KIDINU, AND WAOON-WHIPS.
EVERY STYLE AND PRICE.
SOLE LEATHER TRDNKS AND VALISES,
IRON FRAME TRUNKS,
WOOD UUX TUU.1KS AND VALISES,
LADIES' DRESS TRDNKS AND BONNET
ARMY VALISES AND PACKING TRUNKS,
Leather and Canvas r.HUIeor Baifa; Leather,
t'aa.a., and Carpet Traveling Bags; Ladlei'
Freoeb Satchel.; Tor Trunk., and bebool
batch.L, and orery article In their line of bail
S- 600 -K
1HE "OIDL'ON PRINTINQ
ESTABLISHED IN 1505.
JOSEPH L. PEARSON,
OIPBON X PEARSON,
BOOK AND JOU PRINTERS,
No. 511 .Ninth Street, near Pennsylvania Avenue,
Having greatly Increased tba facilities uf the
OLD ESTABLISHED PRINTING IIOUbK
by an almost
ENTIRE RENEWAL OF MATERIAL
Aad tba addition of several of tbe most Improved
Are prepared to execute every variety of
Fro in a
FINE VISITING CARD
PLAIN OR COLORED INK.
PROMPTNESS AND DISPATCH
R. GLVANS 4 00.
17 Lool.Lna a"a and SOI C tlreet,
WASUIN'JT".'', ". .,
BLACKSMITHS' A.VD wnEILWRIGUTS1
.i,e ntf i... .I.., Ef.jil Var.A
VICES Solid Box , Con, Cotter Jf eye i Paral.
1.1,1,2,11.., uticln, 1,2, ,.
HUTS Sonar, rnnthed Hoa Poaehee
SPBINOS-Brlahtilliaca . ... -
AXLES-Long Arm : A Patent ; -Solid Collar.
OAK AND ASH BENT R1HS.
HICKORY BENT RUIS
SAWED FELLOhS 3 to 3 lichee thread.
SUAFTS Rutr, light; Raff, medium ; M la
l.had.llBLt. m.aium.h.avr: expresa,rro
eery, anlehed, light lead bare); medlora
Aena oarei! neavy lana oar.;.
8WI0LETEBK&-Lliht ferruled, iuedlom
naiioea , aeavy
TIHIoHgD WHEELS Iare
P U lEKiia UAS2
TAT 0 J) .0 K-TK 0, Q
bay a4 ell H ear rext taUi aaa kupoal.aa4
t fall supply of all
SEVEN-THIRTY TREASURY ItOTES,
CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS, Ae.,
aad pay Iba highest prices for
QUARTERMASTER'SCBECKS AND VOUCHERS.
NATIONAL BANK OF
U. D Cooxa, (ofJayCeoha h Co ,) President,
W. HcNTixaTa, Caihlei
FINANCIAL AGENT OF THE UNITED TTATK&
lOra itbibt, orroina tii raiiicat DirikT
Goveruneat eecnrltlee with Treaaarer Dalted
-ONi; MILLION DOIaLAUS.-aT
Aellog In connection with tha bouse of
JAY COOKE & CO., as
SPECIAL AGENTS FOR TUB T.SO LOAN,
wa will fill orders with promptness and die
patch, allowing tha regular commission to
Banks and Bankers
A constant eapply of the Notes on band and
ready for Immediate delivery.
We buy and aett all classes of QOTERNMEM
SECURITIES at current market rates.
FORNISH EXCHANGE and make Colleeltoni
on ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OF TDK
Wa purchase Government Vouchers on tbo
HOST FAVORABLE TERMS, and give Oiairrt
4JTD PROMPT ATTE1T10X TO
ACCOUNTS OF BUSINESS HEN AND FIRMS,
and to any other business entrusted to us.
FULL INFORMATION la regard to GOVERN
MENT LOANS at aU times cheerfully furnished,
WM. 8. HUNTINGTON, Cashier.
W an mama. Marshall. ISM mhxl-dtf
TT S. SEVEN-TIIIUTY LOAN AUENOY.
W. T. EMITHSON A CO.,
234 Balllm Te .treet.
UNITED STATES 7 jO LOAN AGENTS.
All Denoralaatl jae of the
7-30 NOTES CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
For lniineittat. dellverrt and
ALL CLASSES OF OOVEltNMENT SECURITIES
Itoaght and Sold on Commuitlon.
Ae iv. ehall rW. oar tpMlal attention to the
Pnrchaoe and Sal. of Government Secnrltlee, we
raolt rep.cllaur eolicit roar ora.r.
W. T. SMITIISON CO.
Oold, Etocki, and Bond Bought aad Sold oa
$30,000,000 LOAN OP THE REPUBLIC
TWENTT.TEAR COUPON BONDS IN SUMS OF
VV',tlO",X), A.ND 11,000.
INTEREST SEVEN TER CENT , PAYABLE IN
THE CITr OP NEW YORK.
PRINCIPAL AND IMEUEVT PAYABLE IN
10,000,000 TO BE SOLD AT BIXTY CENTS ON
IN UNITED STATES CURRENCY,
Tliae yielding an
INTEREST OF TWELVE TER CENT. IN OOLD,
SEVENTEEN TER CENT. IN CURRENCY,
At tbo r-reeent rate of premium on gold.
THE FIRST YEAR'S INTEREST ALREADY
THE MOST DESIRABLE INVESTMENT
Innnenne trade of Mlnlag and Agricultural
Lands i Sixty per cent of Port Doe., Impoete,
and Tax.., In the State, of Tamaulipa. and ban
Lonl. Potoal; and the plighted failh of the eald
btatee and the General Oovorumcut ate
ALL PLLDOED FOR THE REDEMPTION OF
THESE BONDS AND
TAYSIENT OF INTEREST.
THE SECURITY IS AMTLE.
Thirty djllare In United Stalaa Currency will
hay a 7 l er cent Gold Bond of aM.
blaty dollar. In United State. Currency will
buya7perceat Oold Bood of U00,
Three hundred dollar. In United State! Cur'
rency will buy a 7 per cent. Oold Bond of $500.
blx hundred doltare la United Statee Curreucy
will buy a 7 per cent Oold Bond of $1,0T
LET EVERY LOVER OF REPUBLICAN INSTI
TUTIONS BUY AT LEAST ONE BOND.
Clrcnlare forwarded and eubecrlptlone re
JOHN W. C0RL1ES 4 CO ,
J. N. TIFFT,
Financial agent, of the Republic of Mexico,
fi7 Broadway, New York.
ft Sub.crlptlons alio received by Bank,
and Banker, generally throughout the United
btatee bovlo 2m
JOHN II. ELVANS A CO.,
67 Loulilana avenue and SriC street,
WA8UIHQT0N, D. C. ,
TIM Banca (pigs); "Btralti" (pigs); E&glUl
(plica) , ' -fet nits" (pigs la br).
LEAD Pig, Ulssonrl, pig, Oerman, jig, Eng
lish; bar, sheet, 3, 4, 6, 61b. J pipe.
ZINC 32, 34, 36 Inch ebeet.
THUHUk.K'8 ANTI-VUICT10N METAL
fcOLDKR UruUr's: pewter.
COPPER Brailer'e; sheathing; dp, tinned;
TBRUH NiiT OA8U 0f DKL1VIBT
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, THAT THE
X subxcrlber has obtained from tbe OrDbana
Court of Washington county, tn tha District of
Columbia, letters of administration on the per
sonal ektate of George W Wllion, late of George
town, D C , defeated All penons having
claims agalnit tlie nald deceased, are hereby
warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers
thereof, to tbe subscriber, oa or before tha 3ith
day of Novemhtir next, they may otherwise by
law be excluded from all benefit of the said es
tate. Given under my bend thin 23th day nf Novem
ber, W '1UOS. K WILSON,
iivVtJiJ vroVr Administrator.
TAUiyprrjr jIOflPXTta .
ESTABLISHED Aft A JUTD01 FB015 QTllCX.
thx ohly lci Jta a mm aix n
Dt STKlSTTillt U r.twtni dtmittx
uii, ipes-ly, ktd taly nnul fanUf li U
World ior,WUa ' " Vk orUVa Ult
eras, Affeslloae of the Kidneys aad Bladder, la-
ToloiUry dleebtrpa, Impoleacy, Qtairal Dt
btllty, WervoasteM, Drspej-ela, Xananor, Low
Bnlrtis. CoufaiWa of ldeaa PalpltUom of tU
lleertTlm.dlty, TrlmbUnji-. Dimness of Slfht
or Giddiness, Dli-easeaof the Head, Throat, Ifose,
or MHv, Attectlen'of U Lnifs, Ktomach, 01
Bowel-4bose terrible dliordcrs erlMng from
tba (solitary llaMts of Yonlb those BKrair and
olitary practices more filal to their victims thai
tWsear of By teas to tha Uarlnervof Clysiae,
bllKbtlnff lb sir moil brlUUnt hopes or antlelpa
tloasj tsnderti marrlsgei. Ac . lmposslbla.
Kspaclally, who have become the victim! of Boll
UrrYlce, that drendfnl atxl destrurtlr habit,
which anoeally aweee to an nntlnrly tjravt
thoit"anAs4r You as; Men of the motit exalted til
euts aud biilllsnt InlMlect, whu mlffht otberwUe
bavaeutraneed llstenlOfr Heaatee with the than
ders of eloquence, or waked to eeitacy the Uvln
lyre, may call with full confidence.
Harried Persons, or Yonar Kea cob tern pUtlnf
narrlaie, balng aware of physical weakness,
orjanle dsbUIty, dtfortDltlee. Ae,, speedily
H who placet himself under lie tart cf Dr.
J. may rellrlonalr confide on hli honor aa a tea
tletnan, aad eonfldeotly rely upon Ml iklli aa
Immediately Cured and Full VI for reltirrta.
This Dreadful Dlse ao vt bleb renders Life ml
arable aud Marrlaxo Irnpofflble la tba penaltj
paid by tbe victims of Improper Indulgences.
Young; persons are too apt to commit excesses flora
sot being aware of tha dreadful consequences that
may onsne Mew, who that understands tbe
aabjeetwlll pretend to deny that tbe power of
Ftrocreatloa tlost sooner by those fallluK Into
m proper hsWls than by tbe prudent. Dealdes
belita; deprived the pfeastires of healthy off
spring;, tbo most serious and deetrnctlro syrup
torn to botb body and mind arise. Tbo system
becomes deranred, tbe rhy ileal and Mental
Functions weakened ; Loia of rrocreatlvt Power,
tferroue Irritability. Dyspepsia, llpltillon of
the Heart, Indigestion, Cowtlttitlonal Debility,
a Wasting of tba Frame, Cooghi, Coniumptlon,
OFFICE NO. T SOUTn FREDERICK (STREET,
Left hand side, going from Baltimore street, a
few doors from tba corner. Vail not to observe
name and number.
Letters must bo paid and contain a stamp. Thi
Doctor's Diplomas bang lo his office.
Member of the laoyal College of Surgeon I, Loa
don, graduate from one of the most eminent Col
leges la tha United States, and tho greater part
of whose Ufa has been spent la the hospitals of
London, Tarts, Philadelphia, and elsewhere,
has effected aoraa of tba most astonishing cures
that were aver known; many troubled with
ringing In the head and ears when asleep, great
nervousness, being alarmed at sudden sounds,
bashfnlness, with frenent blushing, attended
sometimes with a derangement of tha mind,
were cured Immediately
TAKE X'ARTICULAR NOTICE.
Dr. J addresses all those who have Injured
themselves by Improper Indulgence and solitary
habit, which rnla botb body and mind, unfit
ting them for either bualnesi, study, society or
These are soma of the sad and melancholy ef
frets produced br earlr habits of youth, vln
Weakness of the Back and Llraba,palns la tbe
Head, Dimness of Sight, Loss of Muscular
Power. Palpitation or the Heart. Dyspepsia,
Nervoue Irritability, Dcraugenimt of tne Dlges
tlvo Function!, General Debility, Symptoms of
VU I) B U UJ IAU U.
Hektallt The fearful affection tho mind
are much to bo dreaded Loss of memory. Con
fuMon of Ideas, Depreeilonof bplrlts.EvU Fore
bodings, Aversion to Society, Self-distrust,
Love of Soil tide. Timidity, Ac, are some of the
Thousands of persons of all ages can now Judge
what Is the cause of their declining health, los
ing their vigor, becoming weak, pale, ner root
and emaciated, having a singular appearance
about tbo eyet, cough and lymptoms of con
sumption. ' YOUNO MEN
Who have Injured themselves by a certain prae
tlca Indulged la wben alone a habit frequently
learned from evil compan1ons,or al school, tbe
effects of which are nightly felt, even when
asleep, and If not cured reudra marriage Impos
sible, aad destroys both, mind aad body should
What a pity that a young man, tha hope of hi
country, tho pride or Me parenti, should be
snatched from all pro peels aad enjoyments of
life, by tha consequence of deviating from the
Eath of nature and Indulging In a certain secret
abit. fauch jiersons mtst, hr-fort coatemplatlne
r sllect that a sound mind and body are the most
necessary renulflltes to promote connubial happl-
flnesa. Indeed, without these, tho Journey
nrough Ufa becomes a weary pilgrimage; tbe
prospect hourly darkens to the view: tho mind
becomes shadowed with despair, and filled with
tho melancholy reflection thst tbo happiness of
another becomes bllehtod wllh our own.
DlbEASE OF IMPRUDENCE.
When tbe misguided and Imprudent TQtary of
pleasure finds be has imbibed the seeds of tblt
fialaful dlsease,lt too often happens that aa HI
Iraed leneeof shame, or dread of dlscovcry,de
tera him from applying to thoie who, from ado
ration and respectability, can alone befriend him
He falls lato the htndi of Ignorant ami designing
pretenders, who, Incapable of curing, Dlch bis pe
cuniary substance, Veep him trifling month after
month, or ae long as the smallest fee can ho ob
tained, and la despair leave hlra with mined
health to algh over his galling disappointment;
or, by tha use of that deadly potion. Mercury,
hasten tho constitutional symptom i of thli terrl
riblc dliease, such as Affection of the Head,
Throat, Nose, Skin. etc., progressing with fright
ful rapidity till death puti a period to bis dreadful
in flaring by sending him to that undiscovered
country from whose bourne no traveler returns
LNDOKSEMENT OF THE TRESS
The many thousand! cared at thli Institution
within the last eighteen rear, and the numerous
Surgical Operations performed by Dr John it on.
witnessed by tho rcpnrtcri of the Spn, "and
many other papers, notlcea of which frppeared
agaia and again before tba public, besides bis
standing ae a gentleman of character and re
sponsibility, li a infflcleat guaranteo to tha af-
bKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED
Persona writing should ba particular In direct
ing their letters to hit laitltatlon, la tbt follow
ing manner t
JOHN M JOFINSTON. M D ,
Baltimore Lock Hospital,
Jl-ly lUltlmore, Maryland
18 W INVENTION
DR. 8. B. BIGESMOND,
2J Pennsylvania avenue, between Twelfth ano
Thirteenth streets, Washington.
Dr. 6. cslli tha attention of the public to tbi
following advantages of his Improved system :
1st, The teeth oi his manufacture will neve!
corrode nor change color by any acids, and are
three fourtbi lighter than any other.
2d No teeth or roots need be extracted, as tbt
artificial onei can ba Inserted over them
3d. The roots will ba made luoflenilve ao4
never to ache.
4tb. No temporary teeth are needed, as per
manent ones can be made Immediately, thereby
preserving tbe natural oxpreealou of the face,
which, under tbo old system, Is frequently dls
fiih. This work baa been fully tested for over
five years by many or the first cbemliti and
I hyalclani of thli and the old country
Dr 8. has also invented a white lndeittuetl
ble metal filling, with which the most sensitive
teeth can be filled without pain, ahd can build
up a perfect sound tooth on any side roots, whlct
will last throogU a 11 Minis.
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN. I
With Innoxious Vapor, by Dr, Slgeamond. 2j
Pennsylvania avenue, inventor and sole manu
facturer of Anaestlo Innoxious Vapor, (not
Laughing Gas, nor Chloroform or Etuer,) but
strictly aa Anaestlo agent, entirely free from
Mlaratlng effects, and perfectly harmless, cans
Ing aqoletsleep, wltU pleasant isolations anil
perfect Insensibility to pain
The best of references given If required.
Call and examine for yotirielvca, ds J
THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION YIN
TnB EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION OF
THE PRKSIDENTOF TUEUN1TED UTATEB,
IB8UED JANUARY 1, H(J3
LETTER OF THE PRESIDENT OF TnE U H
TO THE UNION CONVENTION
UOLDEN AT flPHINOFIELp,
(III.,) SEPT 3, U3
In Pauphlet Form, with Covers, Oflchlly
Revised aud Corrncted,
For sale at tba Natiojal Hskjbihux OtfUa
Price Ten cents vtr tovr: lSconlsi. 41. V
copies . ftfallel . free of postage, lo ray nart
.IlkaP.IUJIliala. r ' '
Ilocta or RiraaeiataiiTH Urrnn SriTii, I
. Ctaaa'e Orrloa, J)ic.rab.r IsVlMd, I (
S.alad Prooo.al. wlll.b. reeelvl at ihla offle.
until WEDHE3DAY, the Sd day of Jenoery.lMO,
.1 tlO'eiocK ro.,ior larueoiag.aen or tn. rol
lowing deeerlpttono of raparand Twin., for ta
me of the Uonie of RepreunUtlvee of the nailed
".!'"....,.,. ..... .-,. ...a.. . .
PV reams asan.it rspvr, i iun,
tough and amooth, to weigh tlrrtn pound!
per ream .
000 reama Manilla Taper, 19x21 laches, very
tongh and smooth, to "weigh twenty-two
poaadi per ream , , .
200 rimi Manilla Taper, 27x37 InchtsT tery
tough and smooth, to weigh forty-two
pounds per ream. ,
600 pounds medium itre loft Twine.
Proposals must bt accompanied by the name
of the sureties-Intended to be offered.
The art ids art to bt delivered, free of charge
for carriage, at the office of tha Clerk of the House
of Representatives, two hundred reams each of
the two first Items of Taper above mentioned, oa
or before the Ifilh day or January, 1808, and tha
remainder of each and all tha abort mentioned
article to be delivered on or before the lit day
uf February, 1&G9.
Proposal! will bt received for Taper and Twlat
separately, and each proposal most be endorsed
Mrrop6sals for Paper and Twine for the IIooso
of RepresefitatlVM of tbt United Statee," aad
addressed to the undersigned.
Sufficient specimen! or each claea of article!
proposed Tor noil accompany the propoiAl,
marked with tbt name of the bidder.
Parties submitting proposal! will ba required
to lilt a bond therewith, la tbe sum of one thou
sand dollars, with two lufflelent i ore ties, ae a
guarantee that they Will fulfil tbt contract, IT
awarded to them.
Tbt person offering to furntih any class of af
tlclea at tht lowest price, quality considered,
shall receive a contract for tbt aama on execut
ing a bond, with two or mora sureties satisfac
tory to tbe Clerk of tbt House of Representa
tives, for the performance of the eame, under a
forfeiture of twice tht contract prlct la case of
failure, which bond must ba filed la tht office of
said Clerk Within six days after tht proposals
have beta opened and the remit declared.
Clerk of tht Houit of -Representatives
del6mtt of United States.
OFOSALS FOR STATIONERY:
Cmsr QtTAanaif jurrxa'a Orricr,
wwot or vvasniHfiTOX,
Wasnixoroir. December 16. ISflfl.
Seated Proposals will ba received at this office
until FRIDAY, December 29, 186V), tl 12 o'clock,
m, forfaralshlog STATIONERY for this depot
for six (6) months from January 1,1666, per aa
All-articles must be of tbo very best quality,
samples of which (of paper, oneqalre;of envel
opes, one package) mast accompany each bid.
Each bidder must furnish with his proposal
Ht-T ova BAMPLKof the article bid for.andacT
ov trick for each article, which mast bt dis
tinctly marked tberton
Tbe contract wilt bt awarded to tbt lowtat re
Each proposal must bt signed by the Individual
or firm making It: and the ability to fulfill tba
contract, If awarded, must bt certified by tho
person or persons proposed as sureties.
Should any articles be required which are not
enumerated la tht schedule, they are to bt fur
nished at the lowest market price.
Tht Depot Quartermaster reserves to himself
tbe right of ordering, from time to time, a greater
or less quantity of each and every article con
tracted for, ae tht poblle service may require,
within six months subsequent to the date of tho
contract, and should any articles not bt deliv
ered within a reasonable time after being or
dered, be also reserves tbe right to purchase tha
said article In tbt open market, at tht risk and
expeoeofthe person or persons contracting to
furnish the same. He will, In all cases, decide
whether tha terma of tht contract have been
compiled with, aad reserves tbe power to annul
the contract upon any failure to comply with 1U
Bonds with approved security are to be given by
tho person or persona contracting, and, In case of
failure to supply tbe articles ordered, the con
tractor and his sureties shall ba liable to Lhe for
feiture specified In such bond.
i rojiusiin, ia uumicair, inut un Huureaiirq i(j
"Brevet Mai or General D H Rurker. Chief
Quartermaster, Depot of Washington, D. C,"
and to be plainly marked, " Proposals for Sta
tionery. M - -
10 reams Manilla Wrapping Paper, 21 by 38
laches, not less than do pouuds per
ream, per ream
10 reams bull Envelop Paper, 24 by 32
Inches, not less than 30 poaadi per
ream, per ream
20 reams white Folio Post Taper, ruled, per
lOreami white Folio Tost Taper, unruled,
100 reama wblto Foolscap Taper, ruled, not
less tbaa 12 pounds per ream, per ream.
10 reams while Law Cap Paper, ruled, not
less than 12 pounds per ream, per ream
200 reams white Letter Taper, ruled, not less
than D pounds per ream, per ream
10 reama white Letter Paper, unruled, per
100 reams white Commercial Note Taper,
ruled, not lens tbanfi pounds per ream,
1,000 sheets Blotting Paper, per sheet
200 octavo Memorandum Books, per doien.
60 time books, small quarto site, bound la
cloth, rjer daren.
10,000 white official envelopes, No. 12, very thick,
,000 white official envelopes, No. 11, very thick,
50,000 white letter envelope!, jxSj-J Inches,
verv ioick, per si
3 doxen Arnold's writing Hold, la pint bot
tles, per doien bottles
6 dozen Maynard A Noyei, or other black
ink, In pint and half-pint bottles, per
100 doien Fiber's, orotherblae lead pencils,
Nos 1 and 2, best quality, per doien
21 doxea Faber'e, or other red and blue pen
cils, beat quality, per doien
24 doien glass Inkstands, assorted, per dozen.
100 gross OUloU! steel pens, assorted, per
12 doien tin paner folders. rer doien.
HA pooads red sealing wax, 20 sticks to Iba
pound, best quality, per pound
10 rounds wb
unite main ruuoer, u pn
the pouna, perpouna.
100 dozen pieces red tape, Noi 17 and 23, per
00 spools red tape, Noa 17 and 23, per spool
12 dozen glaits Jars mucilage and brushes,
large aire, per dozen.
21 dozen glass Jars mucilage and brushes,
small sire, per doien
21 letter copying books, 700 and 1,000 pages
each, per dozen,
1,000 sheets Abstract Paper, ruled to pattern,
WO sheets Return Paper, ruled and printed io
pattern, per sheet.
2 dozen Erasers, Ivory and wood handles,
6 dozen Guttapercha Rulers, 16 or ISlnchea
long, per doien
fi gross India Rubber Bands, assorted ilses,
very thick, per gross.
2 reams General Order Paper, per ream
6 doien Messenger'! Receipt Hooks, per
doien D H RUCKEK,
Brevet Mi. J or General and Chief Quartermaster,
d16-IV!td Depot of Washington
CAtE OF HAR
AiE OF HARD BREAD.
R..I.J I'ronnn.1.. In dunllcate.wlllb. received
at title oOUe, ou WEDNESDAYS and 8ATUKDAYH
of each week for all the eurplue 1IAKD UHEAU
at Ihla Depot
The bread la la hole, of Illy (30) ponnda each,
and In good fehtppluir order.
All puri.ha.ea will h. delivered on board or
traneporle without eapene to the purchaser.
Mo propo.ale received for leee than twouly (20)
Uoxei, on. thoueand (1,000) pound
Tayrneat reaulred ou notification of accept
apceof hid In Government fund..
l'ropo.al. .aould he endor.ed "rropoial. for
Hard &,d, and """"Y clmRVi
d.!4-tf Colonel aad O B. V
i nilN li ELVANtTi Do.,
V 87 Louisiana avenue a&d S030 atr.ot
WAbiiinuiuii, ". u.f
CDT MAILS J-lniihed, to 121; Teace, 9 to
12d; Boa, 5, T, Id.
CDT BI'IKES-1 to71nctl.
fUESSED AND HOAT SFIKES,
U0118K SHOES, Harden'. Government, Ho. 1
tool Burden', City, Wo. 1 toj 0. and
T , No I to ; Mule Shoe., 1, i, .1
nOBSK NAILS OrlOn'e, to 10! rutnant'e,
to 10! rutnara'e. "X," rJtolO! New
London, 6 to 10 1 'A merlcan, 6 to 10.
all VauMSt BtTomn
CA It It I A Q K B !
On hind a enperior lot of good and fa.hlonabla
CAnitlAUES, of my own aud sorlheru rn.tf,
KOCKAWAY8, IlDOaiES, e.
Trleee reasonable, and work warranted Repair
lntr promptly attended to Carriage, taken on
etoraie. BOBBBT U QKAIIAM,
40 Pa, ava. , sear Hi it , and J71 it,