THE DAILY NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 30, 1871
Tn new Colonnale Hotel, rhilAdelphla, Pa,
U upon the earns street, connected by cart, with
A rOOt n KTRYOKK.
father Bnrke tectores In revlj to Mr frond.
In ptmphlet form. Price, W tenia. For sal by
James Diujcw, Uookwiier,
70S Seventh street, corner U northwest.
Tvi new Colonnade, hotel- Philadelphia, Pa
I the, moat convenient bote) to all the principal
tie. E. Kennedy, Fla Clrswr.
At my lant and handsome store. No. l0f r
atrect northwest. I am receiving dally m fine an
assortment of tbe choicest family rrocerles M
Tcrofferri for sale in this cltj,Tmdas low aa
the pric Hat of any flnt-claifl bouae. My stock
consists of the finest teas, colTee, sugars, splcea,
foreign and domestic fruits, pickle. Gordon A
l)d worth's preserve, Uble Inxorles, French can
dice, and every article usually found in a first
All foods iruaraoteec, aa represented or money
refunded. Aa I Rlv all onfer my personal at
tention, and bare bat on price, those who may
favor ma with their patronage may rety apoa
being lalrly dealt with. op. E. Kkhxidt,
No. 19 F street northweit.
Ye nappy X-maatlmea-thes Joyful, generous
daya-the very time when fancy boxemeornuco-
a.iJTa kn knn! 4 all art I. laa In tha Una nt run. I
hufonn, rn.Mp.ople appreciate, ot the perlo.1
iuid el itiouKlulul dinon ; ruid. now, irnere to
nittrmi ln. I. no better pl.ee men Her. I
hen.. No. M HeTenth .trect. He la . tlcjcenil. I
ntS.ntCl.". nliieell too wui .In,!.,
it him tmnat thlnra. Hten In and aee
aotne tcm amtla all over when von Mk for candy,
uch candy ai ha hae la worth looking at. Call j
neeiNtiriil II olid nv rreMHta
Skirt and Coraet Factory. No. 408 Ninth itrtet.
kerchiefs Embroidered and Initial Handler-
chief, French Caps Laca Vndereleevea, and a
fall Una of Fancy Artlcleacipeclally adapted to
the holiday aeaaon.
LaaoiKtwcLAt-ii will commence, theoourte
In the Biutneai college the lint week tn January;
the majority arranrlng for acolarablpe at the
Inatallnient rates Nearly alxty ladlea and gen
tlemen (twice the n.ual number) are in the claaa
to graduate neit Jane. Iw
Hoi ro. nullouDj.TBt
Me--m.(loldmann A Steinberg, the enterprta
tore, corner Hcventh and U atreeta. have made
great preparation for the coming holidays Their
lock of gouda la Immense, embracingevery thing
for gentlemen! wear, via i white ablrts of the
very beat manufacture, underahlrts ad drawera
ofallthediaercnt kinds glovea In kld,dogkia,
t aiitor, cloth, chinchilla, Ac- traveling bags knit
jackets, umbrellas linen and allk handkerchlefa
ties bowa and Marts td a great many other r
tides aultable for
Coma In and look at our stock before purchas
Medicated red flannel underwear a specialty
UOLl AMN A 8TKIMBIK0,
Corner Seventh and U streets
Whits clean, sound teitti, all may have by
using dally TMCrWTO'a Ivory 1'carl Tooth
Itwden price, and w cents per Iwttle.
Ilximnn, soft, glnttay hslr.all desire It, all
may have It by constant nse of TnoxreOf'a
I'uuiade OpUmc I'licc, 83 and W lents per
Ijoktcolobbo Kid (iluvea are very aljllsh wheu
tint tinilfiL JorvKK'rS Inotlorous Kll Uloe
titanar wilt iwnnrim Ihrm ihnmuirhlT: ntii p. s
rents per 1 tonic All sold by diiigglitts and
TttAlTirri. IIOUDAV l'RlOiKSTS
and appropriate for all seasons, at
No, i Tenth street, between D and E, cm
bracing choice Tainting, ibromoa. EngravinT.
Photographs Picture Frames 11 styles ami
alxesin walnnt, gilt, velvet. Ac; Picture Cord
andTasselsKingS Nails, Hold-plated, Tinned and
wire Centre Picture Con!, with a full line of
laerhanglngs and Indow shades
Fnwt Frm-M Fliia:'! The largest and cheapest
assortment of ladiea' and children a Fancy Kurt
for the holidays at reduced prices t UITTsichs
fur manufacturer, TM seventh street northwest,
centre of the aquare ign of the "Dig Hear "
Sewing Machine li the twst of all. The perfec
tion of milch on all kinds of goods, great range
of work, eaee of operation, noiseless, (or more
nearly so than any other shuttle machine,) self
adjusting tension, simplicity ami durability of
all irt is not equaled In any other machine.
Ufflce, 1MB F street, Maonlc Temple.
M. 1. Adams it CO., Agents
for lrgslus Assignee1!, sate of the splendid
assortment of hoots and shoes at C. F. Cummins',
yi-i beventh atreeL At least fifty thousand doU
lara worth of boots and shoes embracing every
kind, and making the finest selection ever offered
la this city, and at wholeasle prices Notice
uirticularlv the magnificent lino of white aud
fancy goods for la lies and misses, embracing
everything that can lie called for. This Is a
tfwmve chanco for great bargains The store of
I F. Cummins 933 seventh street.
T fC AT A T?I? A TT?Q
jJ.;2JLi 1.V V iLllVO)
Tin: noo ti.
A naarfln oa an Old Corperftllea Caw.
Une of the long-standtng cases of the Circuit
Court docket was decided on Saturday, lis taken of with Hit, alter wbi.li the trees were
merits have been before reported In these col- unpped and the presents given out to the great
umns it arose several yeara ago upon occasion tiiKiit of tho little ouea Hume of the adults
of the arrest and conveyance of the venerable were favored, am I much amuteiucut win caused
and esteemed clerk of the Supreme Coart of this I by the gift of a pair of paper skates, a w heeloar
Distiict for a refusal to pay a dog tax, which he . row, a tor mule, ami some unknown presents to
held had been Imposed without warrant of law. I Mla-es lletta, Myers. Vaguer and lloldrn, re
The case has been upon the docket of the court aneclively. The superiiiuuleni, Mr Cste, rc
slnce that time, was since dismissed by Mr Ju. , dved a beautiful book, forwtinh tie returned
lice llumpnreys out aiierwams resioreu to me
lalendar. On Saturday the cue was callM up. Major Kkhanls thoiighlfullr ileuiied twoofn
and it was contended on the psrtof Mt Meliis cento do duty at tho churth that n filing to
that the charter of the city of Washington gave guar) agalon disiurbance, as smne miscreants
no iower to impose tne tax.
Mr Chief JusUcetartter, however, uitalned
therlirbtof the CUT. He said that under the '
general power given the city aathorlUea to pro-
..ui .hm k..1lh lfa anil liniha nf fimr fltlvana
from danger, the city government had the right l
to restrain the increase of dogs, and to regulate
the conduct of owners of dojrs lu respect to those
iUIUIAlB. 4 UUtf, fflltlV PUUJCIIim. uviiui, nw
often a nnlaance, dan&rous In the country to
sheep and at certain seasons of the year danirer
ous everywhere, because likely to suffer from i
hvdronhubta. It was In this view that the law.
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which in flvlnir the authorlMea power to
repiUte the keeping of tloffs, to make a license
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necessary ior mat uuriwav, ami iu im iuhiiia
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and gave t!U opinion aa his viewt of the case
at Iti first preaentatlon. The case wool I, how-
er; go to the Oeneral Term, where It could lie
more thoroughly considered. Much of the lm-
portanceof this decision la lost from the fact
hat the chamber of tho old city government has
ceased to exist.
"C.ardner da H".nl la hi'
m tbe name of the latest Improvement In bun
light Uurnera. The improvement consists in the
arrangement for hoi ling "bowls" containing the
waltr through whlththe gaslight shine, lhey
are timcll.neatcr and more ornamental than the
id style, besides having uo rim to cat a shallow.
These lights are supenor to any drop-light; are
altogether out of the way, aul f r reallng,
writing, sewing, or for use over dinuer-tatilen,
are decldMty "the thing." For sale by h. H.
turn. UU Pcnnsylvauia avenue, (Devlin k
co.'a.) where they can be seen In use. Trade sup
plied, tttatc, county or city rights fur aale.
ttho ilo-eof the performance on 8-itnrday
rtrnlugat the Theatre Comique, and while the
audience waa passing out to the street, Mr.
Harry Moxun, In coming down iheatalra, slipped
and felt, breaking hi- right leg in the fall. A
Physician was summoned, aud after remlerfng
the uece'sary affiance, Omoer Ibxlerlclt pro
cured a carrtag' astid accoiutiauied hliu home,
ilrtlisemane Commaodery No. I, K. T, held
their annual levee on Friday night (St. Johns)
last, at the First Congregational chun h. llm
presentation of a silver tnimiet to the com-
mandery by the ladle t of Uethsemaue club, was
the event or tneetening npeecuea were mane
aod the lei to pasel otf pleasantly to all parti-
11(11 fa arm onto hncleiy.
Th r-hllharmontc Society will this cvenlmr. at
the Congregational church, renderlladyu's grand
oratorio of the creation, under ihe direi Hon of
.r V Cauldell. ltli Mr al CaulOel I est
iiaulsl, amiurt. ii.t u his, soprauo, in i,
and 1 I ("iiiii n, iiasio,
i'aumilllrd la Jail,
fin Hal unlay Uariraret Wood. Haniuel Demhrv
andOeorge wood, witnesses inthecaa oflhiM.
Wright, cnargou witn tne maruer ot nsinuei
Kogersxi, were commltt-'l to Jail until the trial
takes place, which will not be until March next.
Arrested Tor mealing.
lizzie Davie wat arretted on Ha t unlay morn
log, on a warrant swum out by Frauti Ueniler,
charging her with stealing hit pocket-book, oon
lalnlng about lis, while escorting her home on
Tuesday night lat. Judge Snail committed her
to J all to await a further examination.
A Divorce I use
A decree wai ratleln the ipedat term on Btt
nrriav iiivorclnfr hiiiFlt L Llm oln. formerly
Oraham, from w Lincoln U'lerU-tuls alleged
ei cauis ior cuvurce
The (Jrrman-Aaierlran Hnvlui Hank,
No. BIS Seventh atreet, opposite the Poet Office
Department, pays ft per cent Interest on ordi
nary deposits, and a per cent on the average
daliy balances of business a counts. Deposits
made on or before January s draw interest from
January 1 si
Natlanal Nullum Hank,
Mrner of New York avenue and Fifteenth street,
pave per ot-nt. per annum on depoalta for rub
( uciiuar uiiiuiu iHukiu. uuuia, w ivi, oaiur-
lUys, to s and e to H.
Tbe Unblnitn t'Dy HnvlnM llnak,
enrner of Heveuih street and Louisiana aveuus.
paya per cent, interest on all iteposits. Depos
lu ctDH made and drawn at win. I .
TtiiOT-atADat foil dress and Iro k t oata from
Keady-ma le Black Veata from l.
Itoadj-uiauo lUava UutftXLa 1 miUtvou from
vuvfiKevuiy. meo c nnntiau
Aid for Ilia Family.
Punusnt to rail a mas meeting of rttlxcna
wan held yesterday, at the Eighth-street syna
gogue, for the rmrtoee of taking ateps to relieve
the wants of tiro family of the murdered Roger
M. There waa quite a Urge attendance, not
only ot Israelite nut of ( hrtmianajSmong the
latter being several colored men. The meeting
waa ralledta order by 11. Adler, and on motion
the following onlccrs were elected: thalrnian,
Himon Wottf; secretary, II, Adler; treasurer, t.
A list for subscriptions wu then opeucd. and
on motion, a committee of two from each
ward, a a follow i, waa appointed to solicit sub.
acrlptlona : rim want, L. Cohen and M Oolden
berg: Second, I Spainer and P. Cohen; Third,
W.ttotfand B. Raff; Fourth, M. llir-h an 1 A.
fttk-; Fifth. II. Kan (Tin an and H. (In) lutein, Hlxth,
M. KaulTman and It. Mont; Hevrntl., M. Cohen
and P.Joseph, Ueorgrtown, W. Nonllinirer and
K. Outtmann: committee at large John r Cuok,
II. Adler, F. A. Do-well, F Fanlon, L. liar.
A reanliitlnn of thank tn Malor ItKhard.
Lieutenant (lessford, and hi force, and to our
unnvaiexi iicifcuts crp", i r nn-ir culcichvj
an I ablll waa a tnnliil tiT ae runiaiion-
'lheomcersof (bo meeting were unpointed aa
a committee to take charge ol the effects, collect
the money due Itcgerskl, and to do whatever may
be neceasary to carry out the wishes of all.
An appeal to Iheeharltahlooj the cnlted States
w (luuir'M, miiik iti ior 1UD IIVIJIVFB JlllMIIJ,
inu uuniiran ninj fu pcui iu rnutrui mv ii-
lowing gentlemen iwVlA-BmonlB "
Adler, H. Uoldstein. . J Uehrend, and Leon
im nineMlim il .nnilni ...utiwl lo . ralat
tie IMMrirl wtonu, an.l b.a .We nMlutiu
nolenlerlUn.l,lhe.h.lmttremrtlnf tb.1 he
lte "S.lnt. h.d Rlreu the het eTIlenee ot th4
ikm. rire inttnueiice. .n.l ln.lomlt.1.1. ener?j
of Mr. Harrington, that he was competent to
Ming ail mnnierrra to insure,
un motion, the meeting a Ijonrned, auidert to
ine can oi ma vn.nun,
ilTV N1IAM, TALK.
Hon. John Urghorn, of Sioux City, li at the
e"V if5 "f; .
Jodge Hlfftdna bad auuie exwtl-nt artlilca In
The New Workers live a irrsnl levee at Ma
sonic Temple uu Tuesday evening.
l"ollce headauartera have been short of gsi for
two nights, and adamantine candles are tn dc
TheFotomae Is frozen over solid at far down
as Mathlaa Folnt, -lxly miles,) and panics can
cross from shore to shore with perfect it lay.
Unnhoata will be In readiness to convey clerks
to and from the Leiartmcnts when the snow
melts Those who cau swim will not be thus
entries Earle, with th- bettitlfut fan mare,
"Higgle Jlitchill," made things llvelr on the
Avenue Haturdsy aftenionu The only thlntf
which could cauh them wh- a policeman.
John Tlnsley, Jr., formerly chief rlcrk at the
White Pulphur, ifiiniMi at the 9 pot is wood
ItouHi. ltirnmutid, s, aud lately at theCanoU
ton, Ualttmorc, is in ton u, ami stopping at the
About e 3l o'clock on .iturdav night a flie oc
curred In the house of lime fliiKkcls, In an
alley terween Thtnl an-l loiir-and-a-half streets,
and Maryland and Maine avenues, but was ex
tinguished without auy alarm being turned In
Now that the thaw baa commenced, pedestrians
will be wise, while walking, along tne streets, to
occasionally turn in eve heavenward and see
that a snow slide from a nrlghitortng roof is nut
about lo desccn I upon their hea Is
Mr. Dalncse, thf owner of the row of frame
houtes upiMisite the new Enlnni markei, writes
atidsavtthat thesiuilM in relation to the want
of strength of hHbuiMlngi are without fonnda
llmi. in rowhsilit'in cTtmtni"t by the best
builders In tow n, and r,imnm (tl all right.
There has md lit hi a single pdk'imin urcti lu
the Helii-hlnirlirHr.1 nt 'I tilrtpplith. tuiirtieiitb.
Firteenth, an I I ir K "trcci, at night, f r the
I1 1"" year This H a fact, and a t range
une. tuo. lJeiilt'iisiit Kt LIutT should look tn II.
Amitfajr Chrvnirtr 1 bin Ktsu men! is slinplv flc,
as anyone residing In r In locality turned well
Applicants for Hltlti tnthciUtl smlce may
amuse tbemselte In finding the solution for the
following: A fanner airrpnl to pastnre a dnne of
cattle for twelve davs, for whuti beHti to re
ceive one third of one firth of tho number tif
cattle In the dro.e; at the end of fUe days the
drover decided to move onward with hts cattle.
but left twenty.flvo with the farmer in llauida.
luiT iiihiij i niur mil nc
I L'brlMmn- Celebmllon.
On Eighth street cast, ietween F andll north,
stand a iieautiful lit tic Ltmtl as a monument of
one tear's wellillnt UmI, zealous t hristisu effort
and an Illustration of how hrlstlau, though of
ilifferrnt creeds dwell banner In unity
i if re iroiii nonuin i "iiTiiintnncriii mucin i
nearlv two hun Irol children In the capacity of a
bundav school, and In the cfiii lent corps of offi
cers and teachers i irprc-f Med every evantelll
denomination. After s Ihm there Is pres hing,
which H llsteuel lo by a Isrgo ungng-jthnt.
The leading spirits In th gmhl woik iiuF.t
Cat- and A. 11 keilr, an I tin Ir effort have been
uobly seconded hv the uvcrtlTslna liberality of
some nf our citizens who are blesneil with this
wort I's goo Is and nutaMv ol Moes Kelly, a man
aiMtundingin ery rimn! uunlaud vtuik
Those In rhargo of llic wtuml il tcnulii"! to
give the chll-lreii, mam of whwu are erv hir,
athrlstmas riiU'rtalniiicnt 'luring the holidays
The eent took pure mi rrllsv evcnlim, l.in
Instant, and ! tHl.' the cnl L dlMjrn ealdc
weather and tho deep snuw. nearly three hun-
areo pecpir, a large ropnioii oi wnom were
children, wrre pre-rnt Ths ihurcb was mot
Deautnutiyuetoraiei wun eventreens, leaioimt-u
alnug the walls a I ' the forms of cnsaes
anchors stara and crowns, and on the platform
stooil four Immense Christina trees, l.wded w
presenu for the little oni-s. Ihe rxercines ci
i slated of slnnns bv the athxdand by a auar-
tette, composcil of Ml-ot-s (jon-lrtcb an I Mctilll
I and Messrs Sllemiu ami Johuiton. an 1 short.
racv aldrrssea by Mr, cate. Drs M FrUu 1 and
J. M. Davidson and Mr. (I. V lonn.
j lfarraKmnla urnr., thn jllaf ril.nf r.1 art.l tiAF
hta thanks In a fee linz unee. h.
have heretofore damagoti un l ileni-M the luil.-
mg, and on une caniou set fire to It, which for
tun.telv went uut Itself after nartlallv ilt-itruv-
trigone of tho blinds Happily the Hirvbes of
... ..11. w iu.l. .1 lir..rt I .1
off pleasantly, and about o.loik, afttr singing
the duxoiogy, the aMinidv di-in rwd, diltgtitol
wltb the e cuing s entertainnieiil.
Hrrllna of llie I)olmwia
. The "DMhawars" hell a rervititcrcsiinaincct-
mil iatniKntat Mtrini a itau, ami tne atten uuce
nf IhrKH liilarcati. Iniiiil iii.u.illr Iji-ic
of thme imereNte I ki u mniillv Urgi-
Mr. IL 11. 1'wk oir.riilthc follow ma rctolu-
turns .which were unauliu m-lj adopted
llrmJvr.l- Thai aa tiiirx ratlin limn ainl ltlh.
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' we welcume vvcrv nlUliret
' whether by the metho. t of nioral miaslon ur the
i force .! prohlbimo leglshttcin In aid o tho
' trtmnph ot total aUlineuce in rue cotinuunity
. trfJ, That the teiuieranie piatfunn h
broad enough to flow every earnest worker and
well-wisher to our holy can-- un mr room and
amute foundation fr all his sctlvlties and In-
nuence, and we welcome all men of whatever
color, condition or cireutnstam cs or uf w hatever
i sect In religion or piny lu pulitl- a ai our co-
ia,iHirera iu ma yumi var.
JiolBj, That the putilitly eipressel deter
mination of the new iroard uf Police commis
sioners to enforce the law, such as It It, mueta
with our approval, and wo trust that this ts not
a "promise mado to tho car, to be broken to the
hope. From this prouilno of the iKurd the tem
perance men expect that all uillcenicd places
will becloaM up; that the nuuiumui groceries
where llnuors, cuiitrsry to I tw, are sold by the
Rhus will be prosecuted t tlio extent uf the
iw, and that all hotels, satuplu room, au I rca
laurant oars win im ciofti uuwio namnui. a
faithful and coualKteiit atlhercnce tothls work
the nuiillo exrwet at tho hands of the tMHird
Ktlrrlng al Iresses were mule by Mts.rs. Dc-
vine, Peck, Drew, an I other, an I after several
ha I ilgued the pledge tin meeting uiijourtic I.
f ruclly la Aulumla.
Satunlay afternoon, Mr. c.iUUet, prisllcut of
the H P C. A., arruKte I (ten gj Naii-ague, Allen
Mason an I John M Powell, fur abitudmuig and
starving their aninuUIn tha Fit at ward. Tbey
were all taken bel re Justice Donaldson for a
bearlug. 'Ihe caeof Hpraguewas first hearil.
Mr. iistt h I teatilteil that he bum I thu animal
In astsned and utiurnlse liorrndo toinlitlou.
and that It ita not inmdedwilh proper shelter; i
that psrtiof the annual ivtn (niten, on I that It1
Wui,i ,.- o U killi l tu in reb used 1 1 its suf -
, JoncB lf,tlfl( UhHt lt mnlmrtl lia l Ucil
without food or water since luemUv Isnt.aud
1 previous to that it na In astaneu ton nil tn,
that he strned ihe lione.auJtu NovcmUrliadl
1 hired tho animal lo bit. anu e.
Mr Gatcbel then placed Jones lindt r arrest
for permitting hi horse to hi uiniclly inati-d.
creorK -prnui , niv ni ii.muk mil uurac in
ltoticrl Jones, th i ouiputiiaiit sgiuimt Mprsgue
and tho owner of thu diurnal, was urn i flu and
Tb taseof Powell was next taken u.i Ftl-
.denie showeil that hi mule did not reielve
proiH-r treatment, and he ita nned 5 and coats.
Thi follnwlnir rsaes nf smallnox were reDorteil
iAil,.l.Ulth i.mea. nnH at S. a 1.1 1 lnr.l ati. I
southwest, uue between Third an I roiirihaud A
and Ustrtets aouttieant, one at No. tUTeuiper
auce alley. The loll twmg dujths were aln re
ported ujc, a chill of Mr. Cruw, at So. xil
Tenth street suultivnt, and katte Muiniirie, No
610 U strtLt auuthcaid. Alo. a te uf stillborn.
In wbkh tbe wife of Mr. Win. riupatrlck, No
till CUlU llK, " utlinnu i, at uat.fv uu , ,-
day evening which weighed X1W p-nindi. Dr
Muucastcr was the atti inliug phyilciaii.
The matter of twturlug airumiinnUtlons for
the emplovecs of thi lM,anl vngagrxllu the small-
mjx service has beu satl-Ucturlly arraugeil,
and tbe buildings ur Mr tw well, uii the Lasieni
branch, have been seiei twl ine Uatnl now
onlyawaitstho approval of the (loiernor, who
Is to give the authority to hire, repair and funnsh
. . ,
The National Woman rbitTrage tsntM istioii will
hold their annual couveutlun in this i liy, al Un-
u)in hall, on the lsthand ilthol January Mrs.
Klizabeth Caiy Btanton, mim niisan , ii. Anitiony,
Mrs Itftu her Hooter. Mrs llsse. Mrs Helta V
Lutkwood, and other prominent workers lit the
ibrm an eximwi miij iHr-cNi. ... '-"'
inrnnieiianiiiiney iioiiaroinui-irrair, anu
unuentlv have recilved no
in iimiiiioii m m-
tend, and It la uol
101 anown wueiiicr 1 ri -y win put
iu au a ipearanie ur nor
Injarrd by a itallrsmrf trcldtnt.
a.1 .. 1 l, I, - f V...k . ...,, ui, .
I 1, .III ar. I n laail, if, .i,,m . aa.'inia, v-i j
were injur iliiitvi mi a 1 1 im o tha Kaiij.
more and Ohio railnisil, wrt! in igiitoihebr
Jajoss hotel oil tUiurd stum n -uu rip-
tlou list was ti iol am m v ant a
handsoratsuTarriiue-t u n i t reitrt to
mn i aw
I It ELAND AMI IRELAND'S FltEBDOM
Irtare by Terr Hot. Father Flay U a.
Odd Fellows haH waa well filled last evening
v aa Intelligent audience to itatea to the aecoud
i a room oi lecinrea irrintr riven nnner mi
aniplcea of toe Yonng cathnuc'a Frlenil Society,
Very Iter. John ltoylan, of caran, Ireland, was the
lecturer, and spoke on the subject, "The causes
ot Irish dlsconteut and the means of obtaining
He pictured the Emerald Isle under the he-U
of English oppression, as the had been for the
Rast fiftv years families down-trodden, burdens
nposeu, and heavy exactions demanded from
the people as tribute to the Crown, ro weighty
attimee had this load become that they rebelled
and fought manfully for freedom, bat were
overpowered by etrcngth of numbers; but the
mint of llbertv was too ttronf to be crushed
out, and itlll lay smouldering tn the hearts of
irrisnu a countrymen.
The bandlns together of men In societies
throughout the country had done much to
strengthen the cause of freedom, and the day
waa not far distant when the American eagle,
symbolic of all that was great and free, and the
representative of one of the youngest, popular,
and stronrest natlona known to the world, would
outstretch her mighty arm and extend them aid
In the came of freedom. During the lecture the
speaker related several anecdotes which were
productive of much merriment and considerable
applause. At Ita close many of the andlence re
mained to grasp him by the hand and extend a
copiiai welcome 10 tne cny.
V. M.'c. A.
A special religious service waa held yesterday
afternoon In lincoln Hall, appropriate to the
close of the year, Mr. F. II. Smith, president of
the Young Men 'a Christian Association, pre-
Ibe exercises were opened with singing by a
volunteer choir, after which prayer was offered
by Mr. Smith, lie then read selections from the
twenlv-flfth ibanter of Matthew, noon the con
clusion of which he delivered a brief address
upon the duties of Christiana and others to lie
performed during the coming year, and said thla
Sunday ends the Oftr-aeoond Nundsy in the
yesr UTS, and the merchant at thla period
always takes stock. He advised his hearers to
do the same of their Christianity and duties to
wards Uod, ami examine themselves to set If
great amends could not be made.
Air. i u crouncv inn ucnrni u. v. iimiri
followed in the same strain, after which a hymn
waa sung, the benediction pronounced ana the
Ilnllroftd Engineers AssvrlnlUn.
A number of locomotive engineers of the
Itsltlmore and Ohio, Baltimore and Potomac,
and other railroads met by appointment at the
St. James hotel yesterday afternoon, and per
fected the organization of an engineers' aatocla-
ftlon, the object ot which Is for the rautnsl
wcnfni aoi prvicciion oi mo mciuuer in innr
calling. Among thone present were U 11. John,
sorr, of Virginia, 11, llurrell, of New York; U, K.
Jojce, of Urginla; Charles C, ltatterman. of
Pennsylvania; James C, Clark, Jacob Parker,
Thomas Beckett, Thomas Brail, George Crust, A.
r crust, 1. a. iicbov, jonn u. itoui.m. i,
Martin, J. H. McCarty.C. W.Helby.of Baltlmora.
At the conclusion of the business a banquet was
erveil In the dining ball, to which all aat down
and did ample Justice. Aft-r freely discussing
the food, toasts were drank, speeches made, and
the party dispersed In the beat of spirits highly
leased with the first meeting of their organlia
Uoa. Hens m( Jaaadnb
Tlonecr Council No. 1. Sons of Jonadah, at
their regular meeting on (Utuntay night, elected
ihB fnlluwIniT ofili era i V. C- Sllllam E. Hum.
phreys: J) C, II. C, (.III; W. () , Thomas Sommer
s ale; LTu , J, W. Humphrey; S. ., It. O. Polk.
Inborn: T. s John N. llpoet Treasurer, MW
nsin ii. loung; j. h niwaru i-urcen; is w
lobit . Hayes Librarian, Edwanl Bawscl,
Prof. t Id Iowa on New Year's eve Intends to
lerinii ontne cnmies cummeming ai ii: p.
in, and plsylngthe "Old year out and the new
jesr in.1 Appropriate dirges will be given until
mldnlffhU whtn the cloaing hour of the rear
will be tolled on the Iwlls after which the con
gregation will sing the doxology, which will be
fulluwrxi tiv enlivening music on the chimes sig
naling inr amrm ui inc new jcir.
The National Theatre.
To the patrons of the theatre to the real lov
ers of the drama the announcement that Mr.
and Mrs Dion Bouclcault commence an engage
ment thla evening at the National la Infinitely
pleading. To Mr. Bouclcault the stage Is greatly
indebted for his contributions both as actor and
author. He has written many playa with which
the luibllc are entirely familiar, such as "For.
moss," "Jennie Deans "1 he Hying Scud," "Jes.
sle Brown," Huuted Down," "London Assur
ance," "Colleen Bawn,Hand In the renof Kerry,
.Nana Hablii, Shaun the Post, Vampire, unmatdl.
Miles NaCoppalleen and others Mr. Itouclcault
has achieved an honorable and enviable distinc
tion. It will be a dramatic feast to hear and aee
him on the stage. Ills engagement lasts but six
utgl)t; hence, the time must bo Improved. At 8
o clock, precisely, the curtain will roll up tbla
evening fur the production of "Kerry, or Sight
and Morning," watt Mr. Bouclcault in the title
Hie plot ol this Interest lug drama Is as follows:
(Irrald liv-mond. a voumr annv uitlcer. who hm I
rniiM.rfc.ed with his regiment for India on a troop
ship, is supposed lo be lost at ki, At the rt"ton
ot the curtain we find Blanche, bis wife, In
ruined health from grief at his loss The hus
band unexpectedly returns and Kerry, an old
serrsnt, grown gray In the service of the family.
and Kate. Ueralda alster. become much nuzzled
to how they shall break the news of Gerald's
return to his wife, so that her life may not be
Impenled by the shock. In the awkward mis
take of Kerry In doing this the strength and fun
of the drama lies, ot course It la not much of a
plot, aud everything almost Is sutiordinated to
toe rwsui Kerry j uui nis picture ot tne super
annuated servant la an Intensely amusing one.
Thi win be followed by the romantic Irish
drama of "Arra-Ma-Pouge. or the it klow eli
ding," with Mr. Bouclcault aa Shaun the Post,
Mi Agues Itobertaon as Arrab Meellsh, and Mr.
Shlel Barry aa Michael Feeney. Surely there
ought lo be a good bouse.
The Theatre Cewlqne.
1 he added attractions at the Comique llila week
coii.Klol Oiul'etertiml Mil, Aon.tu, .l.tth
n.l oillrei .rtuu. Mod.. II.tidi .n,l Zo.
. -.-.. . hvv
Zocnetta, Mile Louise. Ihe Drummer Ulrl of the UliaturttU ,mt wUIim our prihlCo t0 at
Potomac, and Iteynolds and Itomer, aong and ., tnathnnin ihnm in ,irtll Hm waa
inn Miner iiarucy rriuaiu, logcincr iiu ouicr
meuitwraof this excelletitcmnpany. New War
tlsy a family matinee will be given attwoo'clmk.
Ihlscoiuiiany. as at present onranlzed. Is nmte
' cJnlfl.ot rnrlDf
is tne aim aud
theCoiuique to merit
mclto. an 1 to keen before the communltv
. Its amusement the leat talent the variety pro.
p i c 111111 auunia. t ucir aaiaiy iiat i a iuuu ami
i heavy one, yet they do not mind expense for
i ineir wcii-oruereit ana lonnucted bouse, pro-
i mini Ihaip iiiinin. ara tilauau,! Tha nrmuiaa
i wileil their iiatrons are plea;
I thla aa a irata week, nudth
staire this evcniug
will iw gay and lively.
II enry W altera, P Thomas V UUama. fa
lhHo.lor Ladd.do M 11 C'uahlujf fc lady U B N
A II K-rrraou H N lla-kln. Hub
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Mr. pprrr.flo W V I'arriali. 1
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Daniel lln w I do 1 uoma Johuaon, Md
J llakero. C' furtiU Dsiilf I Urau, do
I'J Marti u, d I 11 Klarke, Wiaooualu
Col (ro A Uordon. Text Jaa 1111, Jr. New urk
W lUrkur-a, UHS 11 (i Unwks, do
Mix HarkuoM, N J 1 J-ut Daveuport, V H N
tlnniJAOriMTBunr, Oolo Johu Creusbaw, Mo
Mrs Uroaveuor, do
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mim r luiwiaud,
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i GEOnGETOWN AFFAIRS
Tn a steamer New York ha Ieen towed ouj of
(n;v. n u.,,,,.. PohiLand la asfelv hartH7rivl
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Tua Oeorretown Collese Juuntnt la soon to lie
enlarged, aul l heu It propoaea to enter in earnest
the litis for tbe i bamplonship of college perlodl
Till annual Hundaysihool celebration of Bt,
Johnt 1 E. Lhurcnwae held Katunlay alternoon
at the rlunday schoo romn of thla church, Ibe
i tUhlren es. h receivod a largi box of candies.
Tui funeral of Mr Ihsrles U Itelottcll, who
tud at hi retldcm e, on Art ige ttff et. Fridiy, of
oauniidtun tm piaie citrnUi 1 be remains
ei aan t" Oak 11 'i i UP'teif. atund I tj
a lodge of Odd Fellow, and Knlgnte of rythlaa.
oi woicn ne waa a memocr.
Tbi rmr at the college gate la atlllontof
order. All the houaeholda depending fort anp
nlrnDonthliDumn are sreatlr embarraeaedln
ply nponthli pump are greatly emoarraeaed
procurlngwater. If a tire ahoold occur now tha
aster. The pump should be repaired at once.
Not am XLorantHT. In the lUrcaucAN a few
days since we mentioned that a certain foreman
for a prominent contractor Id Georgetown had
left his wife, and that she was not acquainted
with hia whereabouts The report, we are in
formed by the person referred to, was an exag
J -ration, notwithstanding our reporter received
la original Information from what he considered
arellable source. The party referred toetatee
that he waa in chkaro. and harried Ir returned
from that city upon being Informed of the re
ported elopement. In common with the rest of
mankind we are giad mat tne statements maae
Npeclal Term Jadge YVylle.
Thla conrt was engaged as follows Saturday
mi siTiTrn-flTaarr uwcKcnow.
MAttlniriv vs. District of Columbia. Thin la th
casl of the Injun tlonlsts who sought to restrain
tne assessment ot tne paving tax, out were over
rnimi ti ihn mineral term.
Mr. cook moved to dismiss the but, betas
tome points yet remained undecided, the eenrt
ovenuieu nia moimn.
A number of routine entries were made.
Prwbate Court Judge Hylle,
This court made the following orders on Bator
f he will of r. P. Frey was proved and admitted
Th will nf John Henburn waa irnved aa tn
Ctreonaltly, end the will of Thomas Brown, of
Letters of administration upon the estate of
Thomas J. smith were granted to W.J, Warren,
and upon the estate of Margaret O. Dlgga to
Oeorjre J. Johnson.
A numoer oi smaii aocounta were men ami ap
Clrcnlt Coart CnlefJnatlcnCnrtier.
Ctirnorstlon of Washington vs. IL J. Melon.
The chief Justice delivered an opinion In this
case, a summary ot wbicti will be found in the
Tallr Conrt Jndge Nnell.
The cases before this court on Saturdsr. ex
cept those noted In our local columns were of
HCANDALIN KNttlJlflTlUll LIFE.
The Klepemenl of Lady Tewnshead nasi
Lord Edward Thynae.
A Loudon correspondent tarsi Tuu arc, 1
aupnoeo, acquainted with the last scandal In
nigu me, seeing tnai an iriau paper nas given
It loud tongue. I mean tlio elopement of
Lady Townauend and Lord Edward Tbynno,
You hare heard of the pursuit uf Uie partlea
and the discovery of theru In Paris, and of
that strange "so EnglUh" tccuo at the hotel
Lard Macduff pommeling Lord Thvnnc. and
hit gllllo doing the tamo for half a dozen
French waiters who came to tho seducer's
aid. Further Information: throws some light
on the affair. Tbo lady was very young
when she became a wife a tchool girl of
seventeen and she Is now but twenty-four.
Her husband was devoted to her, but lie was
no less demoted to the philanthropic labors
with which hla name Is associated. In those
labors ths lady bore no share. Sho was not
wanting In heart, but she could not make
the care of tho poor the absorbing Interest of
her life. And she had no great womanly am
bition of any other Mud.
Her leisure was a torment to her, and so
she tried to in&lc an occupation of amuse
ment. She entered with an acquired zest Into
all the elegant dissipations uf Lugll-h fashion,
and, unfortunately, without a husband for
her companion. The ManiuU was too wcaklv
Irulnljent of her tastes, lie was alwava kind,
but bo could not ho sympathetic. Ills lm-
fmlsca carried him to tho haunts of the poor;
ila w lfe'a carried her to tho fete of tho rich.
Front the outset of their marriage fate had
decreed their separation In heart and mind, a
divorce Infinitely more complete than those
kindred Judgments of tho law which affect
only the body and tbo cfle. The husband
went one way, the wife another) the one
needed no other companionship thin that of
hts own high thoughts, the other had no such
loner resources against solitude, aud sho
found a Lord Tbynue.
Uf this nublcinau It Is perhaps, not too
much to say that ho Is one of those men who
are masters of all tho arts of misleading, yet
they are at the same time so completely the
slates of their faculty that In default of a
better subject they will deceit e tbemschet.
They do not alouo tempt women from the
path of honor, but men from the path of duty.
Their act It it its alternate between amorous
lutrlguo aud Uieganilng-tablc, and tbev are
forever mot lug In a tlclous circle of de
bauchery. This type is not at all uncommon
among the j uungtr sons of the British aria
lucracj men cursed with the fortune or a
pennant and tho tastes of a peer. There Is a
dull uniformity of mischance lu their lives,
lhey live on tuo bounty of tliotrrIk nlillnn
at home until that Is exhausted, they get Into
debt aud arc obliged to fly abroad, wnere they
seek the means ot tunnort In the business of
preying on their kind. A It takes a thief lo
catch a thief, so It takes a ccullcmau to make
a fool of a gentleman. They have the true,
nattaerecie xora i auarrvoi tncircioss.
Young Englishmen with pockets full of money
and minds as rich in excrieiice may alwayi
be had for the set king In Ocnuany And la
France and the aristocratic sportsman w, u
hunta lo iNitb eountriee mr Ihe comfortably i
on tho spoil. Insolwucr had driven Lord I
TlijnnefrotnEDglaud, and ho went to Paris i
aa naturally ar a cuuiumpthe patient seeks
the air of the South. .... ,
ito euueistea on a iienuer allowance oi in U ( rW of u, pUte that it at rrcs
JEMO a year, provided mainly by the bountT en used. This sticky, dbWrccablesubstanco
' "'.''' I"". a on .ome remain, u( Uf,
'""' prurly. 8Ulb, al hut. wen lita
, tmia ii aim pi i a if Itionnin anil Inr tin. rK.I II
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unspotted name was a paanportfur both to
I the most brilliant society of the Frcnih cant
tal. Ills tall, slander form mn familiar
slirlil at .Musanla and at tbo skatliur club, .
"J although ho e tcrj;lu on silly, ho
iJ "" bcarln'andl
his dandvlsh air ainonc tbo men it ho attended
tho Imperial reception, lie it as one of those
born Lotharios who cannot tease to dazzle
until they tease lo llic. Ills hair waa uf
lit ci j n iiiicunw, uui nit unu. i"-cii uiikk 1
uikiiii no mum iivi unvv iiuuuicu it mm n
mure cixiucttUh air. Ho wo the idol of
mauy ladles, aud ho tountetl amoug his con
tjucsta not only tho daughter of an Knaliah
nobleman, but the wife. Each rcoclvca hit
visits to the family ou her own account, aud
both were tho i.xjrt of the acquaintances to
whom they rcicaled tbclr secrets iu turn.
But the mother at last surrendered hcrsup
oed interest tu him by eloping; with another
nmu, tbo Captain (lordon wuose final exploit
was the assassination nf au Italian lady and
of himself at Naples the other day. Such
was the foreign society uf Farts lo lwW.
Hut LurdTIiyune'acxllo came to an end
Ills rehttlics made a toinprgmUo with his
creditors, and he returned to London some
diort tlinu before the outbreak of the war.
1 hus whltcw ached he w as once more cuahled
to fljrure In tood company in his own country,
and Lady Townshcnd tame tn his nay. Ill
mind was free from tbe preoccupation of
fixed prim lidcs, unlcse the dctcnnlnatlon tu
maKe oncwu arccaeio at an nazarus may no
placed lu that tateiroryof honor. Heneter
fulled tu hit attention to the woman whoso
pride had hitherto lauirbt her that the waa
neglected for a dearer of object of retard. Iu
fait, Idy Townshend fell uccidy In lorn with
Lord Tyune, and all the world wat aware of
it nut tne jersou inicny concerned, Laay
Towtuhend s lord.
It was talked uf in society. While hU lord
ship waa absent on hla philanthropic mission
his wife tiwk her dally turn In the Row, and
the new friend of the family was always by
her side It waa talked of nt the tluba, for
her old admire r at 11 prr w mi unguarded In
hla atleullons that It waa Impcweible for cicn
men In ehtil ihdr rje enneu had lone
been In the secret, aud when the outraged
wife of Lord Thymic -ubllcly upbraldod Lady
Townshctul at a I -a tlic scandal at last
reached tho husband a ears, ilut his truttful
aRecllou rradllr acre i 'ted Ihe explanation
that was offered, aud uie confidence was so
firmly re-eatablUhed that he did not even sus
pect the cause of her filgbt until three days
alter she had left his houe
There ts evary reason to hclleiethat the
elopement, though due to a deeply laid delrn
n Ixird Thynue'a part, waa prompted by a
sudden Impulse on lhauf hi vlttlm. Iter
admirer had disposed of his house In London
ior reaoy monoy, anu no nan several times
seemed to be utviug her to some course which
she resolutely declined. On the day of her
flight she waa dressed for a round of visits tu
town, and totally unprovided with the slm
ulcat necessaries of tbe toilet for a vovairu
lltr costume altrae ted attention at Dover, and
when the was dl-eovcrcd her maid had lo be
dispatched to Farla with her Jewels and
clothca. M K. L
Hemaukaulb Succbssion or Deaths
A tlnifular fatality appears to haie attached
to tho new building of ihe Young .Men's
Christian Association uf New York, as no
less thau eight tudden death have occurred
among the artitls, occupants of lla studios,
and of those Intimately connected with them,
within a tierlod of a llttlo more than two
years Kdward J. Kuntze'a death occurred
first, thortlv after unenlnir of tha bulldlnir.
Fdward I). Nelson waa killed, a few hours
after leaving hit studio, on the llarlem rail
road Adnlph Vugt died a few months later,
. .... ....I.l.nl,, .n.llnAv fH T..I. .ll.
1 ri iuuuuii ui auiBiipu, .'ti a. ih niii-
of the arlUt, died In her hatband's studio last
winter Ames, the Portrait nalntar. was
atrlcknn down In his studio while vrorkluir
before his easel last summer, and died a few I
days later Mrs Vincent CoUyer, wile of the
artist, was drowned at Darieu, Conn , In Oc
tober Mr Kensott a death occurred suddenly
on the 14th of tho present month, and before
tho emblems of mourning it ere removed from
his studio Joor Mr George 1 Putnam, the
art publisher, waa stricken with apoplexy In
hla i tore and died before he could be removed
to his home Th i R ftd rec irtf Vw
3 oi A Eemnj W
f. Another Tronsnnnn
Tmnmann has left Imitators It seems, for
the Court of Aaal.es of the Marne baa lost
been called to Judge another case of this
kind. Francois Gerard la a yonng man of
23 yean, timid and of almost childish ap
pearance. Ills parents, who are fannera In
easy circumstances, gave mm a goua euuea
llon In a tchool of Eperoay, and they wished
Mm to be a farmer like themselves, but he
manifested the greatest dislike to thla pro
fession. He aspired to higher things, and
fancied that he waa born to be the hero of
the most extraordinary adventures, and that
hit name would pass to posterity. He had
read In bis had books that ejxtortlon by threat
waa a powerful meant of obtaining money,
and one day he wrote an anonymous letter to
Count d'Ainbrngcac, threatening to make
scandalous revelations If he did not give him
400 franca, with which he would have started
for the United States, Another day, for the
Slcasure of seeing hla name In the papers, he
enounced himself oa chief of a band of
thieves, and was arrested. Id 1809 he left his
father's house and came to lire la Paris,
where be had numerous adventures, and tried
all trades, betmr tuccesslvctr rbototrranher.
carter and zouave. During tho war be was
taken prisoner at Arteoay, escaped from the
Prussians, entered the army of the East, was
Interned In Switzerland, and afterwards sent
lo Africa with hit regiment. There he was
dismissed on account of hit delicate consti
tution, lie returned lo his parents, wbo once
more pressed him to follow their profession,
unon which he left them araln and enlisted
In the marine Infantry, whence he waa also
dismissed as too dsllcato for the service.
Ho toon Informed Ms father that he waa
going to Belgium, and hla father aent him
tome money, no went to tne station oi v ttry,
aim ivaiii') itio imuga di iuu tuuu, ihj en
tered a cafe kept bv a woman namod HetaL
where he drank till he waa llpsy. He re
turned to the station, and found that the train
had ttartcd. He went back at seven to the
cafe of Mme. I la tat. who refused to aupply
him with drink, and threatened to tend for
the gen d'annat If he continued to make a
disturbance; upon which Gerard, brandishing
hta knife, rushed upon her and struck her
several times with It on the bead and face.
As he waa leaving the cafe In a state of un
governable rage he met at the door a man
with whom he had previously had an alter
cation and struck him, Inflicting a mortal
wound: but the tight of all this blood only In
creased his exasperation, and be stabbed In
the hack the first person he taw In the road,
a man named Tandart On hearing the cries
of the three victims a woman approached,
and fell In her turn grlevuusly wounded. Her
mother ran to her aselstaoce and waa stabbed
In the shoulder A lame soldier on leare of
absence tried to disarm the assassin, hut Ge
rard threw him down and Inflicted uikhi him
a terrible wound near the ear. struck with so
much violence that the point of the blade was
broken In the skull.
Gerard It-en took tofllirht. hurtlnir his knife
with all his strength at the head of another
woman, wbo waa also badly wounded Pick
ing up bis knife aa he went, he placed It be
tweeu nit teem ana nrmra nimseii witn a
trieco of wood that harrjened to lav at the
roadside. Upon the road to Cboppea he met
a wiaow namea rrio, strucK uer to tne carta
Vlth a violent blow of the cudgel, and beat
her with It white she waa lvlmr helpless on
the ground, A little further on he met and
struck down bit ninth victim, calling out
he did so "that make nine 1 At lost whllo
he was making his tenth attempt at murder.
the peasants, who had armed themselves with
tltctiforks; succeeded In securing and giving
lm up to the gendarmes. At the Court of
Assizes Gerard disdained to reply to tho
questions of tho president. Tbo doctors
having declared that though Irascible, there
osnoslznof mental derauzement. Gerard
waa sentenced to hard labor for life. Ho
teemed greatly annoyed at not ticiug sen
tenecd to death.
DorrALo JIuhtiko. The hunters are
inaklug sad havoc among the buffaloes In
Western Kansas, not far from lite line of tho
Atciiison, .opcita and aanta re railroad.
They are found tn great numbers near a fork
of thi) Tan nee river, ami are shot down by
hundreds everr dar. Dodire Cltr Is the lost
station on this road It la about three miles
from Fort Dodge i It was settled about the
last oi ocjncmuer, anu consists ui auoui miy
bouses, every one of which, with possibly
saloon, a rum-shop or a dance hall. The
hunters make this their headquarters.
During two months one firm tecrlvcd over
30,000 buffalo hides, for which they paid
from 1.25 to f 3 SO each. Another party re
ceived In ten days ending the middle ot this
month over 6,000 hides. Buffalo meat It cry
cheap. The hamt tell for one cent to two
cents a pound, and are shipped oer the
akuwuu, . vpjkn auu oautn c a ruuu iu niu'
ns Cltv and to Ht. fjinla In lartrm iiimiitllloii
The forcquartere cannot be gltei. aay. but ,
are thrown out lathe ttreett. One merchant
omwswu mmma tnniri. psrKed aav lu
one room waiting ahlnment to market. Not
withstanding thla wholesale slaughter, the
hunters tell of -eclnjr herds tnlks iu length,
and almost aa countlcsa aa tho saudt upon
Uses or TiN-roiL. In Paris, tln-fsU Is
cooilng Into use u a aubstltute for wall paper.
with which It ca bo moulded, and the fact of
it. tinv -nitr-tv war, Mimnf mmm.n ii tn
pnblle attention. In Paris the tin-foil Is cut
Into wtdtha of about thirty-five Inches, and la
irnrth Is somewhat more than Hvo yards,
j-ri u pftlntci over by a patented Process,
What we most need now, in onr paperhanjr-
u tar irom neaituy in ltaeii, especially wnett
eiposod to the effecu of damp walla. It will
also contain contagious diseases for ears,
whereter by any chance the germs cau iuo
trate behlud the paper. Cun no substitute
A. S. PRATT & SON,
r.nlui - IVJIii-! mwl
Offer Absnlnie Hecnrliy la the 111 swing
Fire lasnrance Cempaalea:
Or IVo-v "Vorlf,
INSURANCE COMPANY OF
ORQANIZED A. D. 1194.
i a: i, ooo.ooo
OI Urooklyn, IV. Y.,
The BtrtiW Old OomraulealPromcllr matth
lamlty at ChluMfu a year aao, and tbey ar Just
Itotnptly meetlnir th Doatou Loaa now. They
will liy Every Dollar of Lom, and com out of tbla
fiery ordeal with Cspltsl Uninilred and Lsrtr
Surplus Insuryour Property wbers ou can hart
A. S. Prtt & Son.
DOS Pennsylvania avennef
WASHIMC1T0V. D, C.
are i reprd, with every facility, for
KMJUAVIMJ AND l'UINTINd
: K NOTEB. BONDS AND OOMUERCIAL
owfrnMN Hits Job PAjiTT ihiehsfij.
PLKvHfhh VEI.VET WAISTS.
IWfe5' 0O0T0T AND
riVWN ANl HOuTCH TUIttUNH,
HAN1homELY TIUMMKb CLUTH POLO
'AutirtT AKtrmTMENT or wTurrtita.
llUmkN't) CLOAKS AD unLHHKg, (from
1 f.nf ouuo' ir
UjAiv imrnn nil i,
AHHUHTMENT OP IlPAL LACES,
mi J n i- cnnHFTs.
fl rirunni Anraiinubni ur L.AlflE.3
IIAIlt DKAIcm HAbti foortDEfl IN 1'AltIH.
tar"l,iltea wlnhfn to hsve rrwt- snd (loaks
made ran rlir nimn bsvlua' thvlr onlrrs UiUfully
t C(t- TrevlMC M rrontjlrsnla euue.
TTN1TEU bTATJa MAIU
ProfM-wia will be rmwtvv-d at the tluntrart Offlce of
thil linartintit nultl R n tn of tf arrh a. ISTS. fin ha
dfwldeil on or b-fore Msrcbau, lini.) furcouv-ylna'
Saw piaita i ill" I'Dimi niait i, inim uir I
una 17, In th HUte if Maryland, on lb
and by tli Krh-dulea of deiiartiirea aud
Tha atlaiitkin nf hliblora la rallwl lit ilia 41 h aM-tlon
of Ibe Pout Dfllcf aiirriistlon act of March t, ISJ71.
which rennlpra tbsl all blda of 9hpv aDiluiward
anaii no aooompanira vj a cd-ck ur uraii vi um tea
tbsn Hts er c-nt. of sucb bid.
IUlIroad routes not advertised.
Out Fromtlnmnrrvtlle to Frederick, I nillea and
lck, tbr-etlmesawfs.byaacheduleof de-
riurn an i arn tw nai mwrj iviu m
Oa Frnrn Collr Ht. James to tlrsalhedivlile, I
mi if alia iwtii I are- iim-a a w-ra, or a
achediilsof driartnrfi sndarriTals Mtlafso-
Ury to tbe ponfmtr at Colietrs HC James,
IroimjsaU luvlted for Bli-UintM-a-woek service.
wnl From twimoocbearM,ly Fain lew and Oar
I own, in aiBBon tuu ilium, u a.,i iu iiiiif- aim
wk, three time a week. ...
Lhv (tenocochMirus Mundsr, Wednesday,
and Saturday at 1 p mt
Arrir- at Msaon and Dunn by 4 pm:
Imv MaautiBud Dtiou Moudsy, WcdurwlB),
and HatunUy at t JU i m;
Arrlvs at tHHtcotiieairue by 7 JO tit.
3M From Duude bi KkhHon, H mllea and lawk,
nuce a wvek. by a schedule uf deiarturea and
BlTlVBla sauaractory to tbo jatniaatr.r at
test From Weatmlnnter. by Mesloo (u o) and Anys-
lersuunro, ino, i w juancaeaier, iu mura tuu
Mtck.ouea a week
Iava U eatmlnMer Katurday at I a m;
Arrive at Manchester by 11 m:
Leave M a uc beater H at i inlay at 1 f tu;
Arrive at w patmlnster by 4 p m
Proposals Invited for twice-s week service
KM prom SuIUtUI to f-tnbam.4 miles sod baik,
Ihhd llnwMa avV. hv ft IrhllillllA nf llaiaPt
three times a week, by a scbMluls of depart
niw ana ittitiiii huni
urea sod arrirala uUslactory to tbe ioab
rropoaala alao Invited for service otnlttliur
LaMiham, and endliuf at Usuu'a HUtluu,
MT From Mulllken Station (no. by MltchellvUU
Jjeai-e Muiltkra Kutlon Tueadsy, Thurstlay
snd ftstnnlsy st f a ra .
Arrive at W et Hirer by 13 lu:
liewve wetltlver Tuemls), Ibutvday stutHat
k. thrm tlmra a
iheduls of dearture snd ar
rlvsls KaUafsclurjr to the poatmMter
From Port To
by a sthndi
at Port Toba
stPortTobaocftand tuakfua-coQUectlou with i
trslus norUi aud south.
9A9Q rmrn Uk- UoUndby nrooklsodvUK to At I
a,iairti a Htall.in.
l, a nun anu uara, aia (iiuna
awnek, by a schedule of departure aud ar
nvau ssuuscwry io ma imaunaara
Tbe uudenurued. , whiwe, i-i orttce ad
dreaa la county of -, hUtenf , pro.
iimea to convey tha walls of tha United 8tates, from
J ulv LISTS, to June JU, ISIS, ou rout No, , be.
tweeu - aud - , under tbe. advertlaeiueut
of the Foatmsater General, dated lecember 1,
-wun crieniy, cerruuiy enuaecunij." uaw oi
B, iS,a,f IUr I1H1HIIUH IUUI l
Thi prnimtl U MAyfa with fH hnitmi-ji
niqwiiV i,fniiir,mi wy,, Hf lw ," " rmr
rJ uf nmimHwm nf th
la awfatrffmanf mf auil
rtW, mm tif th pritHiivnt tontmimrt it th mti nf
The underalirned, raldluir si .Wat of -,
niiderUksthal, If the foreroliur bid for cutj-Ihk
itia ntall nn roiita tin km knvnlwl liv Inn Piiat-
mwler General, th bidder will, prior to the Ut of
June, IbTJ, enter Into th required obturation, or
contract, to ierform Ibe service proj-owd, with irood
auii umcirm igmin.
Thi t H; mH.ltrl-n.llmg ,IIMmrllg jh bllpilU
-4 HatMHti, UMitf ty pifl.ri.
Th tin leTsumeti, iKtmaaler of . HtaUof
rtiit . uaa ii. tu n nmriL that lia
la aoiualQted with the atiote vuaraulon, aud kuowa
them to b men of proiHTly. and abl lu make inxid
them tob men of proirtr. anltimniaie ina
Ll.Cv.orSlri,lld" "d "lmuton
are auov me - ol 3l ears.
BiU of i,V mi upwr-i mmth nm.lfl Sya
tfUMthtrh.oriirmfi vm m aWetal nmJi.m! taut,
aa-Mlfnr rvaraa, en
rai, or la ra nf
fn f on iftr' jHMg j r
il aauf pay oa th
1 be Puetmmter mupt lm sLru the rerti float until
the aum of the bid la luaertml anil the bid aud truer
snteesitrued bj all tb parties, and dated.
OATH Hl-QtTIItrDIIYrrKlTIONSMOF AN ACT
DP CHINillttHH. tiritilVrl- JUNK S.liT.T
)IK AI-KIXLD N) rAl II HID FOK CAtlKYINll
TIIK M 4 IL, AND Til 111 TAKEN llrHiltF AN
DrFICLlt gUALItlLD IU ADMINIdTUl
I. - - .of - - bidder for roovr) bv tbe
man on roui .iu irom . uu awrar
i tnai i utm tue smui uuiaruy io luinu mj ocui
I ir tit in aa ll Ii il.lr' IiiaI Ilia bid la mad 111 mKal
faith, ami with ths tiileiiiloii to e titer into eomract
sua i nunn me nire iiuimmih i'id anau ue ao-
rrpled, and tiut tj piiniatiir of themiarsutor
turmu arv ariiuiiip awi ifia, uiavvv ivrHHi.a.i
alitor to bo i"viinir1li n-eiionalble for aud able to
pay allilanwrfratbe t'littnl HUlea shall auflerby
rrawiii ol my failltu to iwrforU) my nbllnatlous a
Hworn to and anbacrlbM Iwfnrs we.
tif . ttu day ot , A. V 1S7 , sun
In teat t mnii y thereof 1 hereunto sub rib my uani
aud efts my oQUlai aval tbs day aud year afureaald.
Note. When th oath U Iskeu Iwfor a Juatle of
tlia iii lha wrtlfli'aaM of Ilia rlark nf a murt I f
H ad ltd, uudrr bin hu of othi, that
1 lb pa
iiaraaiti hu ailnilulatrml 111 oatu laaululv
qualified juallcs of tbe ptat-e
1 IMjTItlCTIOH TO IlIDDEIts AND I0T
COMTAIStNO AlJOrOHIiriONTO B INOIRIIJSATrtl
I III THKCOXTBArTTU TIIK KXTKKT TUK PKrABT
mx mai duh rorc.
. Ian nf mh.r a.litaair Ilia ihtriaFtniflit- Hill aawitn.
1uy ine maua, aprt ii) in tu iiumuer sua aewjua
, Ion of tu wi end law l lolMreiamlnM by th poat-
maaier, to luaure rriruiarity in to deuvvry ci us
aud I" uc he.
4. Nop) will lm mad for trip not performed;
and for ei h of ui h omtnaloiui, if tb failure l oo
raaloueil by Ibe fault of th oon tractor or carder,
tbr tune tb pay of th trip will be dHlmteL For
ivaia soiar iwuiuu urn" a nn-sa couueciiuii wun
depeiidluir mai I a, and Hot suMUeiiUy escuard,
lourtn oi lb oumiieuaaiioii pir Lo irip is iu
forfeiture. Kt r renratsd dounniitincleaof I
herein i"eclfle-l, eulanred peiiAluea. proixirtloued to
lnav lia mi
a. iv(iiiTuiuruiuu or luruniim mi m tuaoa,
r any portion or tbeui, for tli admuwiou of is
uurr or for belnir oouoerned in Mllln up or run
u, oouTe) iiur imiiiin
quarter' iy may o
i iiira ui lajauiia.ura. ut me a'liua
llila IH,ra.,na. I,iP falllliir Iji arrlva 111 a aililra, I ll.a
1 for iieal-rtinir to Uk tu mall f mm or dfllvrr it lulo
t a inmi uuiro. I or aiiucruiT IJ iJW mrf iiijurnti, iir-
stro)d, robbmlor luat; and for rnfuiihaK, after de
nianil. (iiminvrv lha mall aa rraouaiitlv aa Ilia nm
tractor runs, or t ooDoerued Lu ruiuiluir. a coach.
car, or trambuat on a rout.
iin itwimaaur iieneru may anoni invoutrct
or repealed failure to run agreeably to coutrart;
of wliilatlnu lha ml nllliui la ara. nrillauiliavliiif lha In
Blrucliona of tb Ieprtmeut: for rrfualiur to di
char ir a carrier when iwiulred by th Deirtmeut
Ui do o; for ruuuliirf an nreM, aa roreaid, or for
tranaportlnir pereous or packstres couvei tag mail
abl matter out of tb malL
a Tha PoalmMter Oeueral may order an Increas
of Mirvtoe on a rout by allowiuy therefor a $ r ram
mere on the contract pay lla may cbsiur
Mnedujeaof departure and arrivals lu all c,
and parlieaUrly tomskstbeai conform tooouuec
tlou with railroads, without inarea of iay, pro
vlded th ruuniiur llm be not brldird 1 b I'oat
matr ireneral may also dlaooucluu or curtail tb
ervloe. In wbol ur iu irt. In order to place on lb
rout auprlor wrvloe, or wheuever tb i ubllo lu
tTMt,luhla Judarmaut, shall require tnui dlauou
mouth asttra y ou tha amouiit of ervlos dia-
DSd With, aud prm ra( oompenastlou fur tb
amount of sen ivm rvtalned and ooiitiuued
uiouui ui aari iro rriaiueu auo douijuhoii
t faymenuvllltMiniad by collection front, or
atrafia on. lataalniaatara ,,r iilharwlui. arlarlhaavi.
ration of bach uuarter aav lu November. Fabruari
uay, and AuKuat-providvd that required evlJeut
of aervlc has been rcoelved
lii. Tb diauuce irlveu ar believe) to be snltn
tlally correct I but uo tncresaed pay wiUpa allowed
should tber b ineater tbau advferused,lf tb point
to b iu ii nil ad ar rorrautlv alalfwl mdJr a. aat Ja
twmi ihmttmlr m thi paint, aud slao iu reference lo
iu we mil i oi in man, in oouaiuou or nma, roaiia,
stream, lux, and jell lull biidn, turuplkea, plauk
roaxta, ferrle. ur oiNtrtK tlona of auy klud
le. ur oiaitrtH uona oi auy kiua by whlcn
iy belncurrciL No claim fur addltlousl
,iiu nimj aaj uiourrrii. au ciaiu
iaw uu iui;u yiuiiuii. uu uv
donauchirruuudIcu b twualdered, nor
iilaat iirvhanaimi aa lab t
dTM of Mrvioei nor for bridie deatruyed, fsrrl
im, ui viuvi uiaurmijuuB riuaiuM ur
lalaufia or aiiwuaa naviirrlnu- diirlnia-
eoutrscl term Ohloea mtUUhd alur thla ad'
tlaement is laaued, and alao durimr Lb routrVct
term,arstoblaindwUuoutcitraisy,lf tb dl.
Unce Ii not luoreaaed
In tiut to reach llie l'eiartneiit byth day and
tour named. II rein Manb L 18711 fur blda ra.
ii iiiuaeraarecaiuinTieiiio mail insir propoa&ia
crlved after lluil time ill m hi rmi ir( Id eoipp.
UUon with bids, of reaaouabl amount, r-t-elved In
llm. Neither cau bids lie ooualdered which ar
wltbonttbAtruaraut rexiulrt by law.and acerti
flctof th a utnclency of auch ruaratil and th
oath of the bidder, aocordlmj to svctluu 15, act of
J on (LISTS.
aooorduuf to tb advirtlsemeut, and thru. If they d
iiuidir anouiu nm propose ior serw sinrtiy
lira. HniniMlii for illiTrmit aoriLvii an.l
Ur bldb lb lowest oCeid for stneiitaed ssrv!
tariT-,1, pj ,aaffi awl ,1
iu oiiwr ivoiKiaiiiuiia may im onmrii
11 1 her ihould ! but on route bid for In a pro-
losal. cvuavluutcj Vr vuluutl?u UOs i jto.
BILK CLOAKS I.tNfD WtriltUlt,
he service, the yearly rr. tb
nf th hlilitp. (that la. hla naiial
owns snd resilience v
roMtomoaaddr-M,) and the name of eaeh menib-r
oianrm. wnrs a company oners, snouid be Oh
la, Didders are mrnertod to hm, as far as rracUca
m-nt, to write out tn fuU the sum of
bids ntico submitted 1 wtUi(trswu
fif htridnr or mirininr will I al
s hldd-r or rusrsntor will tie
thdrawal la rM-lvd tw-ntrr
'iindrswaiisrecfir-tl twentjrionr Hours prcviuus
to ine irme men lor otrninr tm
leh bid miial h a-iiarantW
a. iha ,irniaTaala-
Qteedby two r-fronnlbt
irstitee should Ins tlgmft
persons The Mil snd iruaratitee1
r wim inr iiim nanin vt rarn rrrwm
Pnatniaalar liana, na.rirtlln alwKI Irt rav
J-rl any old which may be d-rm-d estrSTaarsnt
in i ,- tvuininiiru in- iwn n ibuiiik mniraciur
ilblddpra, I Act of Jun-S. 1ST, B-ctlnn tW,l
la Tha hl.l ah"M ti aaala.! ai,a---llwl "If. It
rroi1a,HUUif -." addreaatd "Hwcmil Awi'pt
aut 1'iwtmaater (taiierst, Conuact Qfflc." aud p-ot
by Mf. not by or jo sn ureok
ma a hi
titled tbfck or draft on autne aolvenl natliniaJ hank,
rqnsl to a per rem. of tbs amouiit, (Hee law ot Don-t-m
nf June 8, Iftl i
IT, Th n-nfraWi mra Ut M rwtrntnl aiwf raf-rfft th
Drimrttumt ht m htfntm 1A H rft) if J, ItTX, Mhr
fritm th arrtt-t hiitUrutlt ha nnuhlrrrJ mt harlaa-
fniti,mm4 th lwtwmttr fimrraf mm prorrrH (-rnp
ir-, jvr wrrwm win ottrr rripj,. rrrrruva tn mw
TrsuarVrsof crnitracU, or of lntrettn coutrsct.
srs furbtddru byUw, and qpnae'inentlr cannot l
sllownl Neil her ran bMsTcr lutemfln Mils lie
tranafrrre't t-r aaabniM to other (wrtlwc lilddrn
to 'rforni the arrvk
artwilft pntitHM l.mi
is, HecttoniWof thearlrtf June B, I4TJ, provldra
that coutrmcla for the tranapuriat loti of tbe mail shall
awanini w nm inwrmi mnnrr inunt)" mm
thin may ! necewary to pravi Is for the dwcfl
erllracerlatnty, sud aeciirlty thereof llndrfthla
lswlilila that proxe to tratmimrt tbe mails wllh
"rtlrttw, rrrtntittw. nnH mrtirltg," hiHmg hm itrtitM
t hi th only tfml hlit, ht tnrmt m prUttnw Sr
(A air mtmil, nwtrr iirar, " whmltrrr mv It I
b tf rwMpitara rwmmrg f faawra it "rtlfrttv.
II athrr. Bod nu otuers are cuualderwl, eictt fur
celTed. so aa to Interfere with remtlsr rHiietllloii
Msktnir a new Itld. with miaraulM and certificate. Is
lh otilv wav til ntnrtif v a iinvloiia Lid
ta lHaitmaaUrs sra to Im careful uot to rerllf V to
tb suntcleuoy uf vusrsDtors without knowluirfb
th ara nerauua of aufflctent reaiiuualLllllr IH
sreuonffff, act of Junes, 171,) They moat not suru
tbe eertlncate until the sum of th bid Is Inserted,
id I hi
idttwoiruarsnUirat UrmM nf thl
ay pwurf, win nftry,
Na.1 tfT rmmMm,
rrmMtl tJJri thrm tm tmmmtil
Pnatrasaters are ! Usbls to dNmla-al f mnt'ofllc
ur without conipensatlnn. In any bnnliieM matter,
or tblrur, relsttDir to the maU service Tbey srw th
trusted afma of the leiartment, aud cauuot con.
latentfy art In both rapacltlea.
All bliiiinra. ruarantora. ami an ret lea ara dls
tlnctlv nocined thai on a failure to enter Into or per
mat on a isuu
sets for tbs w
his, Lbelr leva
i rontracU for tbs aervlce iropoaet for I
Pted Mils, Lbelr leirsl lUblllUes will be t:
forced smlnst them.
nmtractors, snd perautis known at the
niaranlnra ainl rvrtlflfalMi nl
h inuiik f-iinaiiw .
nt nil ally In the forma alutva preacribwl Thecer-
iincai ui aura near niu i aia-nni m a ixiniaa
ter JOHN A J (11EMH1LL,
decS7 Fw wtmaatr (lenersl
New 7-30 Gold Loan
NOltTIIKItN FAC1F1C ItAII.ItOAtl tt
Necnred by Flrwt Mori ana; r nn It a II rend and
JAY COOKE & CO.
Offer far sale nt par nerrnrd Intcrrst Ihe
Ilrwl Mertae Iind tlrant (J old Honda nf
the Nenhfrn Farlfle Itallrond I'mnpnny.
They nrefreefrwrn lnltedHtnleatnxt nnd
nre IssMrd efthe rolleiwInaTdenomlnnlUnai
Cnpon, S10O.99OO and 9l,0O0trr.
Irrrd, 9I0O.9500, 9I.OOO, 93,000 nml
Vlth the same entire confidence with ttblchwe
commeuded Ootemmrnt bunds to Ciltall-U sud
peo4s, ws now, after the fulleat luveatbrsUon re
commend Uie Northern FaclAe ltall road bouds to our
friends aud tbe ventral public
fjfir it it iviii'vt
...,., . , .' ". ....
Loth prtudal and Ititereat are pa j able In Amer
?"5SS ra7 " ' "' V?i UO- ew
York City tb principal at ths end of 80 j ears, anil
the Interest (at th rat of seven aud three tenths pel
cot, iwr annum) half ) early, llrst of January and
FE1IFECT B tKETY -Tle bouds we are now sell
tuf sr aecured by a flrat and ouly morttraire on all
tbe properly and rbrhu of the Nortberu I'aclne ltall
road Company, hkh lllembracva tbectmijil
tlon of tbe wurk
1 Ow Two Thousand Miles of Kol,ltb rulUmf
stoc k, bulldlux, snd all other Miutrnnents.
St Over Twenty-two Tbourand Acres of Ind to
everr mile of finished road This land, sa-rlcuHursl
timbered and mlnral, amouutluif In all to more than
Fifty Million Acre, connlati uf alternate ectloun.
reaculiuf twenty tofotty mile on eatli aide cf tbe
track, and ettendln' lu a broad, frrtll bnlt from I
nwcuuslu through th rlcbeat portlouscf Mlune-
a4a, ltakata, Montana. I Inbo, OmTOll, Slid U
uunuu, to iiurrt Bound.
the bonds of th HofttLH thu ainplr prorlde for
their fuU aud prompt i-ayincut byau lureatrved
a irreat natlou.1 ImprovruienL
THE MOHTUAUE.- Tb Trustee under th
MoriVaiffl ara II rum Jar Caika nt Plilla.llih1a
vsnl Ceutral lUJlroad Uompany Tbey will dl
nrst MorUratf buudholdors, sud ar reiiulrftl to
ee that tb proe d. f Und m. are used lu f r
.hMg . 4 f.ntUmi th, ., mf th l,Mm.t if
tney rsu m unuKht Uf. maturity at not more
thsn blrcenc tremium; otberwl th. Trustee.
trf w ,urwt th- rriW(ir,.a of tn, Ull(l wIrt m VaUl
Htstes lloiids or Ileal LaUt Mortyajfos fr tha fur
ther security of .Northern PsUOo boudboldew.
AlBo,lhBtthe) luveat all times lu thlr controls
BKurtO.atkaaerMtr airraif land to every
tlUO of ciuUUudlwr flnt niorVstf Iwiids, be.
,mn hi, ikuivwi lin-Ut iui ail lis aji,i invilia BUU
FltOFITAULENLHH -Of ivunw uothlmr ean la
aafcr than tbe bouds uf th United HUU, but as lb
Oovernment 1 DOlourer a borrower, and a lb ISa
lion's prssent work 1 not that of prmenliiylt es
iHtence, out tust or PavaLoriMO a cotiki.nt, e
rrmlud tho--,bo deslreto iucreawthelr lunmi
auu oouiu mora permaurut iBTratmeui uiiesiui
havliur a erfectly rellabla eiuntj , that
United Hlitcst-arsst tbaversaw premium Heidi
the present purchaser less tbaul ier cent, irold lu
tereat. Hbotdd tbey be redeemed lallveers,sud
otili ji ..,.,) n- irjn tiirM iMH i,t,U iii L.
out) 4 .per cent, or UJu three jer,oul W lr
oeut, a the i r.eut rciulum ould mrauhll
U void Isldreat abao-
m Vid tmtt tnt,
orttirni 1'acine TOTs miw s
1 leld the lu rslor T 3-tU er oeiiU tt
luU-ly for thirty j ran, .
tl.lJUcurreuaylnteeted uowlu UuIUmI HUteao-Xs
will ) leld er ) esr lu iruld-ay tU: tl,10u nirrcucy
lnvrted now lu Northern FeclAc T0u will j tcld per
1 esr lu Kuld at Hi re I a different- I aaaaal tm
raaa.ni ueany wim, ucsiue aaiuertuce oi t io
10eriTULluprluclpl,heubolhclaaes vt bond
of nearly third, nrslde a oltTert uce of 7 lo
. . """"" -''
lu July laat
no Ilia rulmi imrtlitn of Ilia Huh bii.1
th muuey V
rovldf-l bvtbaaals to sUnkbolders of
sumsslsmilllouaof tb Company's bond, to build
aud ejulp the roxl frcim Ik Uuierlor acru&Ilu
nota to ibe lteil Idler of th Nortb-SW mile. Tbe
HTadlnir on this dlvlslou la nowwrll advauuHl.lbo
ii ..' ... .. ......!..
Iron UbeliiaTAi till) laid, estrrsl tbouaauU men ar
at workoutb line, snd about lb flnt of Ainm
ut this important tectum of tbe road will belu
ai rliur. aiul
lull oirstiou. In Ihe meautim orders
sent to Ihe I'sclno cot for tbe commeni'rnieut
th work ou tb weatern end In early
urk will be puihedbotb eaalwsrd
nh a. hiiirii iai a. in.ir U A.n.i
with as mudi id as may be consl.
anu weiwru, wuu a niuui aiecu aa majr u consis-
tail B.111. .!!, II ir an.l a arla ami.nn.
.... ...w. wuwi.f au. m . w ..vhuh.j
KECEIVAULE rOlt LANDa.-Tbce Uuls will
be at all times, before maturity, receltaUe, at L10, In
pa) incut for the Company's laud, at their luweat
IIONDSKXCIIIMIKALILE. The reniatered lajmla
cau be ekchswred al any time for coupous,lh coupou
ui rtafiabrrvd, and both the can b escbsuaed fur
otbers, pj able, prlucli! and Inter!, at any of tb
principal nuauulal centre of Lnropelu the culu of
tbs vsiious Euro) -ean counliie.
HOW TO Otr THliiL-Your neareet Dauk or
Danker will upl the bonds in sny deslrvd
smouutsudorauy needed deuomluallou. Pentoua
wlehltur to n bsuire etocks or other bond fur the
rsndosolthauyi(f our sent,ho will allow tn
hlfrboet current prk for all msrkeUbls sevurltie
ThoMlltlniilulocaiiUesrcmot from banks but
send money, or olhr bond, directly to us by sxprea
aud will st nd back Nurtbern Iclflc bond st our
own rtk, snd without coat to th lovcator 1- or fur
lbr Iniormallun, impmsis, maps, ae, rill on or
addmath uudenuVuwt, or auy of 11m Danki or
Danker einpto) ed to sell Ibis loau
ror sal uy
JAY COOIC1C S& CO.,
timers, Asrnl for Ibe Dial r It I of Columbia,
Tiralnln, .'rtn Carolina, and rtonlb t ar-.
F1IWT NATIONAL HANK.
NATIONAL DANK RU'UDLIC
LEW IK JOHNSON A CO .
FA NT, WASHINGTON A CO ,
FH DUtNB HAVINOrJ AND 11IUHT COM
710 1. hlrrrMlppofelie 1'oat onice Depart
LoFtOLIIMIIIA, TUE HTI1 DAY OF DLCLM
ir it, a, c mi.
11 UcH.iiia Diivim ) ,
vs. ' No. 8871 Acuity Docket 11
r rauci a. i'BTira.
i or lef oi
'ira tha Aral
Aerwia id oaus wui o l ro
of dfault. .
liytbeCouri. A WY
lrueopy f-t It I Mtio"
by L. rftni iau. A'hUni 1 1
JltODUEAD A CO ,
"iloakh! , riiiHii
EVENING DHESS GOODS.
TAIII.K IMMANK, NAPKINS
ml'IT tXOTIIN, INK CI.OTIIH.
LAItOE 8T0CK OF LACE CURTAINS.
mew goods iircmvr.n daily moil hi
rnCHEMT TO THE CLU8E Or THE 8EABON.
Itl..rnl.il l. I. .11 Ike W.I ...llllr..
JOHN T. MITCHELL,
UU t I'ominylvniitii tivo.
AMLSEilEM?. LICTIEES, b.
NATIONAL TlllHTHi:. Dcntrta at.
Mr.J U 8AVILLK iVwes and Maaaaer.
. ONIUY rFNIN("TtFrrMnEItlM,lM
BU NMtllTHONLYANliTWOMAtrNr'JS NEW
tMrs. Uifjit bmclcault,!
Mit mutt ilAnnr,
A Mil AnirmtiljNt llimiau
.MdMiAV fKNTSO. and until furtbsr nvtke,
Mr Uouolcatill'H rpmauflo Irt-h drams.
AKHAI1 NA POOtlKll
on. i ilk hIcklow wfcimiAo.
Hbaun.tlieiNwL,... ....... ...Mr lknicault.
Arrab MeelUh ...Hiss AfTM Kobert-on.
Michael leeney .... Mr. Hhl-J llarry.
1 be andienc sr rfwiuewtadi to Im In tMr aaata at I
o'clock proclacly, aa tbe n-w oomedjrlrama,
ki.it it v ,
Mr Won Douclcaull
to rehear-al. 'Ibe rlleeii hawn
, , rillUAY, JANUAltY a. IlkNKFIT.
AdmlMlon. M and 71 cent a Iteaerved sests, M cts.
eitrk ilrrbcatra chairs, at Jo. JeckUf
HUP AY, JANUAltY a. IlkNKFIT.
(Ueveuth street, sooth I'rnusylvanla avenue.)
Tha Iiit ail. r UVI. 1. .n.l 111. 1-. 1HI.I. h..ll.
la e and Ilaiioera.
l"be celehratt FSiatiirer Oymnairts
Ml. K UH'IMF,
mm an t ik ttitr
iui urumnir uirioi uiiKmao.
Tbe iHipulsr Hmur snd Dane and Sketch Artists,
M1NS HAlXlL MASON.
TIIK WAItniN HIHTMIM,
SMHTtH HcitNKY. MAHTt.lt 1IARNK
JAH W. lUlklT. AIlUJK JOIINPON,
ANU TllkUlU M 10 TKK THfc, CUMlgUKi
IMMTtH lIcitNKY. MAHTt.lt 1IARNKY.
NEW YF.AH 3 DAY,
Fnmlly .llatltieent s'clrk.
rill-sT.NKU UIIK MHIAIII.
TCL8DAY LNINO, DECKMDEKI1.
Tickets 1 1 be bad of Officers of lb AodaUo
and tbe BoclalJe Committee declO-tt
It 1 1. I. I'M
At fAItlNrH 1 1 ALL, EVERT MONDAY and
1 liy ItHltAY, from I to f u clock p. nx, cototueoolna;
MON It Y. January , lUTX
Circulars may b obtained st the Musle store.
AIIIM'H I1KAM1 01tTOHI(
11 112 OIII2A.T10.V,
1IY THE FHILHAltMONIO HOCIKTY.
At the Couirrrirstlousl Church, corner uf Truth and
... .. . J- "'re! lirthweL
mu.-iiici cvcninci, imccmDer so, at acscioccK
Hoioiats-Mm ll c Hutu, aoprano; Mr (
t wer. tenur; Mr L. r Oatmon, haaao; Dr .
DiitU. aoprano; Mr C, V.
r wrr. trnur, nir u. i itannoii, naaao; ur 4 r
LiuiuuTiu, ouuuuciori at. cauiatim, piajuat.
Ticket. Flftr muU: for aala al Wlia' tnuaU atnra
Niticiu he reeerved without ettracbanr en aud
after TbiimUr, the Wth. declMt
yOU.Nd lATIIOI-ICN FILIUND
VERY REV. JflHN RRYI AN.
nfi-nvic mtt inii
ON HfNDAY, III cmilimt VI). ISIS,
AT ortD Fr r rnWH. .
..... J JT7"
I f" u'uiK k m Knb)rCt "Th Caiiae of Iliah
l's?'i;,"!'", " ,"u" " """" "
TkheU, liny e-eiita. dc34t
1Altl,UU'M (MM.UUY OF FINJ! AIITM;
i Ilemoved f roru No tSM to No. 1E6 Inus vaula ave.
.' ',U iVti,V, : . 7rIcii
of 1-orvclaln aud I LoUrai h WsmeA
" II N. niltlOW,
I T?on 3IOUMT YCIlON.
f The tleamer AUUOW, t"i4aln Frank Uolllnir
head, haviuif lreu relmlli aud enllrely refitted by
am,a -.. v.uri wva - un vuuit
FOOT OF SEVENTH HTHEET,
1U1M , tnunu.y JVWNory. CUKK' rVR
Tb Tomb of shiu-iou,) Vud ItilVrmedlat Ind
Iuk JAMErt HKKH,
ifitta Oen Bup't Hteamrr Arrow
jz' r n
TN TIIK HUPItrMF rotTHT OF TIIK DtHTItUrr
' xvr iwuumhia, iiibjorn jiai ui ulclhulii,
, u,ro!.ciiblsspi-sraucU b entered herein
ouor lierorlheiirt rule ily oocurrtmr forty day
I after thla day : olherwla tb HUH will b proceeded
I alter tbla nay ; uherwla tn caua WlU b proceeded
' WKuCK'UCARTTER.rh.ef Ju.Uoe, 4c
iruacopy Tet. It, J Mum. Clerk, Ao.
liy J Jav Cam r, AaalaUut t lerk derlT flw
cbArli Walter, ilalullfr, i
. , . fluauui. l lhc. 1
MumndK arert at .dePs
On molloinf ih plaintiff, by Mrawrs Frndsll
E Doc. U.
a. II la nr.lrrr.1 that Ilia HafaiiH
il, IihihkI IL nsreuiua bis apiaratio to l
eilleml lien ill I'll or In for th
ethaflral rule day occur-
' rA,!e.r"rl .? fTA" Pl olberwla. tb cause
a n.i uui ui.
Tnienip) Teal, Cbk-f Juatk..
It. J Miiuh, tW,
liy J Jay Cam is AalUut t erk dea7 Hw
I 1 Ki'ltll
TUfllYE NOTICE THAT TIIK HL'lU
ildlmr a Mpcoial
Court of lbn Dutrlitof tVJumli
bTni, lituranf a ihiilulai ration ou th persousl r
Wf JoHiF.CL-iHK.Iaieiir WuhiuiAon count
ji v , dwwiaid. All irou havliur claim siraiu
lha aalil ilmwunl araliarvliir aimal l.i a.hllill tl
I niewlth tb votuher thereof, to th subaorlber,
011 or lief or til 1Mb ly of Dncfmber iieitt they
ny rtn.rw,. by law be excluded from all beueat
niat. .rfhrrwiii bv
... .1 1.1 ....
IN IU, Hill rrillLr.
r my bstntthlalwh darof peeember,
JOHN hUKLTT clahk,
4M South Howard st ItalUmore, Md.
, . etivcu uoavr
IN TIIK BITPHKMK COUUT OK TIIK DIS
TItl(T OF COLUMUIA, HULD1NU A BFECIAL
Dkckhbkb I&, leTi
Inth ease of Joikt-iill IUadlkv, Jic.eiecutor
or John 11 Mia, dweaacd the euntor sfureaaid
!'.'.rl,nluaJlriT"0"''uu ' ln" Hupreni Court of
th Ulatrict of ("of urn UA foraii.t,amolute4 TUEb
DAY.Jauuary t,A. D.Ism,for th final ttlmu
aud dlalrlbutloii of lb in rauuid eUl of aald d
ceMed.sndof th sasetalaliKU'I, ss far tbeaatn
bsvbfencfllertil and turned lulo money: when
sud wber all the rrMltors cad Imlr of aahl de.
reMd ar notiflwl to all nd, with their claim pro
Jje-l from all beueflt In wtd deceued a cUt
iTovlded, a copy of Ibis order b publmbed one a
week for three week in th National UxrvaucAif
previous to tbs ld day
Tet. A WFDRTFn.
Ml Tu3w hnaistcy of tAllls
rpillll IS TO U1VK NoncF.THAT TIIKWUB
I. airiber ba o trained from the Hu, rem IVwit
0Mb Dlatrii t (if CWumbla, bValdlii a,-cUl term.
la aihlblt lha inn. vltk l).a .minkM IhaHiif I.
ilssulHrlber,on orb'fur ihetvth day of Decern
ber mil! tbey may ulberwi by tw U excluded
from all benefit of th aald e-Ut.
'PIUS IH Tt 01 VK NO! ICK 1 II IT TUB 8UD-
tb hritrirt of Columbia, boldluir HuarlaT Term
iT. T tw'winwiiniin in niiprem iun
HWl of ailntiilsUatlou mi thaperoul eaUtof
.M.!ltU.,,!!T.a DKuuii,Utor HwhUitrtoneliy, Dls
irict of Columbia, dnceaaed. All uraon tuviua
-. .un airmail ti, i uiuiuoia, uoiiuuif rruvi Aerni.
IflU-r of ailntiilsUatlou mi the peraoual eaUtof
tumiHaa-alnat tbs aald deceased ar hereby warm
to exhibit th wame.wlth lb vouchers thereof, to
he aubs.rilr,ouor befure tbe Hat day ofDo-ro;
amc urn. lurjr uiar oiuerwi uiuir.utiiuuuN
from all benefit of th aald eut.
OlVeu under my baud, thi 31a! day of pecemlwr,
1171 IdecXe&IJw) Or.OKUK J JOIlNHetN.
Tbotnaa T Vnriaal at aJ .
e. ' No. 8Wl Liullj
William H. Uebln 111 tnialne In Ibis cauee, bavin-
reNrld tbalbe sold part f lot S, In aijuar , to
Aiwuat I urdmuTor $7,7uo, and that lb pur
fhaarr haa nnnmUaiil Tarilli tlin lannanf lala 11 l.nr
derail, thi 91t day of lH ember, 173, that said sal
bar all flail unli
csua to tu contrary b shown ou
orbeuralht Uthuf January, IsTai
foreb said lath of Jauusr, UTX
hi uniuun. a n 1 1.11
Atruveoiiy Teat, It J Muaa, cltrk
by I P WiLLUtu, im t ulark de34-Tii3w
1 EI) STATE PATENT OFFICE,
U . AHIOTO)f, D ( .I'. i,lT-
ASHIOTO)f, 11 I .,
Petition of Daviu Hhivk, tif
h turn liaavivil u a',!, db,, vt f uaiauv, UlUm
r.iira)luir forth sstenalon uf a iUnt rrsuied
to blm on tb a I day of llarch. lha, fur an lm
provrnicnt in luctruiaents for tuUrjnuK Ihoto
It l ordered that the liwtlmaiiy tu th mm 1
oloaed ou lh laib ilsy of rebrusry usxlt tbl Ihe
cmmiiiiionoi uaviu hhivk, or imiiwi mi.
iiin mr qiiiur arnmms sua in i:iatuiuer i
tumitdUitbwubdy or l-ebriurynit,su
said PStlUam L beard on tn h b day t f Msr t
:, aud Uist
AbV person way vpimw thueilciif un
avUU3t U,D. LKiUfcn.t-muiUllviltr,
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