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THE DAILY NATIONAL ItEPUBLICAN. Fill DAY. FEBRUARY 11, 1873.
II
jfiationnl Republican.
W J MtjItTAGll
Editor tod rrorritor
JL.uiH't Olrouliitlon uf Any
Morning lnpor In tii JM--
tilel oi Guliimltlit.
10I1L1SULU KURY MORNING
(Qundaya ctctrtrd)
B W J ML'UTAOn
NtiiiheMt conur of Ttntli aud D street,
I Fmntltirf IVnna Irani avenue.)
and U furnished to tulwcrlbtn (by camera) etW
cent ier mown.
Mall aubacrlberi, (S.U) jet jnv $ioo for l
ontbu,end Aluo for tbreo toontlie. Invariably In
advance.
iutes or Amrivrisixa
Twenty Ave ponta per line Adrtrtleenenu tinder
tbe head of -Tot Salter llent," tt anted," "Lot and
round," end Tcraona.," twelve and half ceata per
1L" TIIE WEEKLY HE1 CMJCAM
imbllahf d every Ralurday mornlmr, and la Hir
Dished to anbacrlbere At U followlu rat On
roiyene fwr, 81, three coie on roar, H.wn
eo,lee ouo rear, 11, iitil rlM. in wrapper.
rente.
laVAll ectiaruunh-aUona vbrlber on hisliiata
for niUltatlnn, should be addreaeed to Wf 3 Mpv
taqk, IToi rlrtcr N.Tiojut. IlE-trauc.w.fl aablna
ion, u v .
Tlnalne Iloara nt tbe Unite Ileese.
faring f trtnttr, in en-Vr I faelliMt biutnf
tvmimg Uort Mm ah tnittk a fx1ltt tkt ttttiJrnt
uiU, ftvm fw f twttt ntock raw day,
etl SitMtty, rtttft stiffen m Hffrnrnitntf,
aHJrom (irWM getock until fire tati aUrneon,
xrt$ I Tutfingt and tViJmi, uhtn,CaUnt mtflingt
Mm AWJ, A will rtctttt ty card. Tht kutdwe
heart Aft tfiet irU ft rem Un eVlot ft . I.
tkrttatUxkp, tn.
M AmnrR Sutrncnn, the managing
o mor of UiU pnrr, haa resigned hla poMtino,
to accept another appointment. Mr J P
Foley ucceeJ tilm In the management
During till connection with the paper Mr.
Shepherd, by bU energy ami capability, baa
contributed largely to 114 proiperlty, nod In
hi retirement liai the lot w.hr. of all crn
nee (cil with Iffor 1U anceea"
Till: ( OMlItLHHIONAL 111 (111k 1'ItlNT-
IN(1.
The Joint resolnlkn protMIng for tlie pub
IKatlon of the debate In Ctmgrc 111 l
concKlcrcd In Hie House to-day From the
beginning ao hate fell no anxiety uhatCTcr
on the tuljjcct In compllanco wlih tlioad
crtUement of the Printing Committee which
v, m liucd by order of the Senate and llonae.
tntltlng proporata for the publication of. the
debate for the next fix i car, mo prcatnted
abld which proTed to be the lowest of all
that were made The committee bare ao re
ported to Con jren, an tthe Joint resolution
reconinicndlug that the contract be awarded
la ii, an the lowest bidder, la now
(cfore both IkvIIc U c made thl bid In good
faith, offered good and puDIi lent bondt for the
performance of the coturaet, wblch we are
abundantly able to execute It doc not ccni
to us neccMary to make any further retuarka
npon tue uljeit Tbcro area great many
ldlo and allly rumora In the air, which hate
no inoro foundation In fact than one half the
itorlea w hlch the mnllcloua will circulate, the
Idle talk about and the unthinking Itellere
Weharo heard a great many of theettlca
during the laat couple of week, but we hate
considered them unworthy of the allghtcit at
tention In thlf w hole matter c prefer that
our action, wiiicn we know to t-o honctt ami
honorable, ahould apeak for Itself, and t the
only refutation of the chargca of the Jealous,
malcrolen tor Interested partlianhoarcatrlT
Imr to defeat u A proioe1tton by whU b the
Gou rumen t of the United StatciwIH tave one
hundred thousand dollar per annum nectla
no argument to secure It friends and advo
cates In Congress The ol jectlon la made In
many quarter to our bid that tbo work can
not possibly t done upon the tinua upon
which we stand ready to do l We hare Iward
It said by persona who know next to nothing
about tue buslneas that It la entirely too low
The answer to tbu I a simple and obvious
one Wc suppose that some degree of reliance
can le placed upon the estimate of Mr Clapp.
the Government printer Well, our figure
are only $15,000 leu than Ida That 1 the
difference leltuen (he two bids Wc feel
eutlrely confident that He can (erfurm the
work upon the term we hat e offered If we
fall, the penalty I protlded, and Congress
lia the rcdresa intlrily In It own baud
Tula, It seem to us, I all that I necessary to
ceald
I HON NTKAIINIII
There 1 no question before our country to
day u essential to Us pruicrity as that of
wheu shall tic place Iron sttaiushlpa of our
nnn rntutnutlun, umltr our own fug upon
Ibe ocean ? I mil a soluth n I glten to thl
liiestlon, b the actual fact of rotldhigthe
f acil!lks for building such tacl(e shall be
Uiclinlng In commerce, In Influence, In na
ttonaUt' fur foreign Inflncneea will I ahap
Ing our p(db) In trudc unlU It U al aortxd ty
(hem
It I fullt to talk of uootlen ships for trans
Vtlantle trade, folly to contend against the
ucll-establUhcd fact that Iron sttamshlpaof
foreign lnii.t imc drhen our well-built
wooden khlpa from the ocean Wooden ail
ing shli ran ami no doubt will alnaja be
UiKd In our coatwle and floblng trade, and
also In long royagc In ditnnt seas but It 1
only the csial lUhmcnt of merlcan Iron
sti'iimehlp line In trans- tin title service
which tan ghe the tal uf iho biulncss to
Mipjiorl our coiittUe or our long-tftjagc
ailing tlrtocl
Winn our own ulilflul return shon that
nearly two inllllous of our lolal tonnage ha
disappeared, nearlj one fourth of which L of
our coastwise tonnage, and when thl can be
traced directly to thedrltluglt off by Iron
foreign steami rs, It should make et cry Amer
ican jealoui to oicurc the rcnudy a early a
on ct and that remedy exist only In e
tallithlng Iron sblji-biilliling jard Tluso
would lune bten creatctl bmg ago but for
the fat t that private capital cannot be mowed
In mtlUlent mm for thl urpose, and hence
Home aid must W glcn to the matter by the
ftoternment, or tiir prugna will be, an It
hi Ik en fur the Inst tin jcars, i)irntranl In
all thai rrlati to our tommene
The assertion tliat wood U Utter than Iron,
that It I more- economlial and more durable,
need not le taken up longer to delude our
l-tojlc The fact, stem fact, that Iron for
$ha$hlji bnn suinrrtdid It, driven It from
competition ujhui the otian, renders that a
scrtlon an abMinlltj, nnd make doul tful the
sincerity of ihofLuho make It There are
few whodo, nnd those aie only theorist, or
working for it struggling Interest, which
might lei oi nc a I re fltul le one, If dircittd to
two ol jrcia- first, the re-estahllshmcnt of our
occan-currlng trade I y Iron steamship, and
the enlarging o an almont unllmlud extent
our CMiutry undlongadtenturoti tojagrby
thoroughly will built wooden aalliug ussebj
Till' 111 tliat up KTATINTKH
The bill to i rcRorlbe the duties of the thkf
of the Ilurcau of Statistic pusscd the II tuso
jrstcrdny It j rot Idea for the collection of
audi statUtlts In regard to rallroa I, eani',
Ulcgrnjh and Incurunco companies a will
I rcunt n full exhibit of their condition and
operatlou It alsoprotlde for tho tollrc
lloucf tatWtle In regard to wage and the
lost of mUlsiencc In our own and otlier
(tiimtrlrs, tho wholcsalo price of leading
urtUU rf mcrchamllfo In our principal
nnrki t the extent of our lute rnal trade, and
the quantities, value and kind of merehan
iHnj iraiisMirted by railroad, canal, lako and
rher, ft well oatliat transported coastwise,
from one poit to another witblu the United
States
Thriropoud itatUtb in regard to rail
road, teiegraj It nud luMiruneo companies will
beofcifeeUl tabic al the present tluio In
t lew of the great pid He Interest now fell lu
the qucillou of transportation and the Irana
ultklou of lutelllgcuec StutUlk of wages
und coat of Aubrtlfleneu will nlu miLt un Im
portant and growlug demand arising nut of
tho Increasing prominence of the labor ques
tion, while thoslailslha front lutcrnul trade
bate long hen ft It tuleugriat dislderatum
Upon most of these nubjeita the Bureau of
Statistics baa i ill llbhed iiutch unful informa
tion, although the law ha not r quired It, the
rhltful llio bun mi IiilniinonlclcilaliniJa
lilcdolrolonwitiir inn lo nuciri me
Ttnll of lb, rutllc lu lliU Olrcctloni tut ll I, I
obviously desirable that the authority to cot-
lectlho Information In mmtim ihould be
made fall and explicit Thla the bill already
mentioned doe, and It also properly dt fine
.. .i.i a 11 .,i... ... .kialm
uv in mut '(- .-...- . . iiini vuuii vi
tho bureau, whose position baa teen '
restoet anomalous since tho rasajre
net I y which proxlston was. mvl for legis
lating ilr l'slmar outof theoulee.
C10TFItNlIET MALUM EN
The Richmond Ihrpah f on of the leading
llcmocralle papers of the Smith, aati on the
l. roposltlon to Inereaae the President', salary
"The rreslient loes not receive a much aa
some railroad prest tent. Two in thh state
(which, repu tlatlonlst say, cannot pay her
taxes.) ret hilly aa much per annum a the Pre
I lent. It I a shame that In thla areatconttry
tha ravnf the Chief Mafflttrate I no greater
than It was at the foundation of theOovcrn-
ineut."
While advocating an Increased compensa
tion to the Preside nt the same journal oppose
any additional allow ance to member of Con
gress and other high official, In which, we
think. It makes a mistake. Member of Inn
rtcm who are btcssed with families cannot
live upon their salaries In this city nnlc they
are o fortunate aa to posses frit ato Incomes
If they could live tn the etty from one end of
the year to tho other, If the tenure of their
office was sufficient to w arrant an Investment
In a house and lot, furudnre, Ac , they conld
no it; but aa it is tiioy aro driven tn the hotels
It may not bo known to tho country gener
ally that a parlor and bedroom at one of onr
leading hotels cannot be obtained for les than
three hundred dollars a month for one person
Member of Congrc cannot afford to t ring
their families to tht city and support them at
tnese ruinous rates, aud, aa a consequence,
are compelled to leave them at homo. Un
married men manage to get along by hiring
room and merely taking their meals at a
hotelleading a elretry, unsatisfactory sort
of an existence.
But there la another aide to tho quetIon.
Tnemajorlty of Congressmen are fairly en
titled to additional cotntcnaitun upon the
ground of their service alone The people
have Tory little Idea what an Immense
amount of buslneas the most obscure member
ha to perform In tho course of a year. First
of all he I expected to attend to Ibe Inter
eats of Ida constituents at the Department,
to feet a a sort of an attorney aud advocate
in tho matter of claims, pen Ions appoint'
ment, Ac , Ac Then, again, member of
congress perform a great deal of work In the
committees, which the public never see and
seldom learn of the real, hard work of legis
lation. What la done tn the House 1 the
easiest portion of their labors There It 1.
to all appearance, all talk and oratory j but
tue spectator in the iraiierr never see, and
tho reader ot the OtoU never read, of the
patient Intcatlgatlon and examination that
ha been given to the topic and subject
nnder dlacnsslon within the closed door of
the committee rooms There are score of
mcmltcr of Congrcis who icrform an Im
mense amount of labor In this war. which.
If a ttlng at homo In their offices, they per-
lonnea lor private parties, would bring tfceai
a retennc three time aslaigoa that which
they roTrecette It la no aniwer to this
argumoutto say that the work would not
then come to them That may be true, but the
ervicea tuey render wuiie beie must bo per
formed if the Goternment would be pro
tected, and the Goternment ha no right to
ask that it should be performed forcompara-
nveiy notning
TUB (ITII, tAH IN HPAIN.
The new of a civil war in Spain, following
tho abdication of Kin Amadeu and the decla
ration of a republic, U only natural Spain
wos In a condition of semi-rebellion and reto
lutlon when the late King whi called to the
throne, and the fires of Insurrection hare been
merely smouldering throughout hi reign
inuccei, mere i at the present time little
ribclllon In the Interior In the Inlet est of one
of tho Bourbon faction) but It ha never
been anything more than a mere guerilla war
fare, scarcely demanding the serlou attention
of the army, and calling oulr for the Interpo
sition of the town constable If, aa the cable
tell us the army ha divided upon the ques
tion of the form of corernmenL a nortlon
dc-laring In favor of the monarchy, with Ibe
i rince ot .vsturia a king, and another per
tion adhering to the reput lie, tho condition of
affair may for a time become somewhat em
barrass ngj but we hate uo doubt of the
ultimate triumph of the present Government,
if the gentlemen who compose It only have
the eojrage and the patriotism that the situ
ation demand Thla whole Spanl-h quest'on
1 an Interesting problem, the sol nt Ion of
which will be watched with Interest all over
the world It U of vast moment to Euroi.
to people a well aa Kings and Emperor
TUESIMATE CREDIT MOniLIER rOUMIT
Tt held It first session tcstcrday Senator
Logan appeared and declared that bo had
nothing to add to that whlrh bo ha J already
said to the committee of the House Sena
tor Patterson was not ready, while Senator
Harlan underwint a lengthy examination
relative to the Durant ten lh"""tid-dollar
election fund In the Wllon committee In
the House there was a dlscimdmi a to tho
Jurisdiction of the committee far as Gov
ernor Ilx, of New York, U concerned, when
tho subject was finally referred to a sub
committee Mr Auie threw a few ray of
light upon DU'a connection with tho I nlon
Paclflo railroad General Ilutler protested
against Investigating anonymous charges
against Scuator Carpenter, which wasrlght,
aud, being examined at hi on u request, made
an explanation, wblch shows h la conduct to
have been eutlrely honorolle In the mutter
Tiie citiicm or the DihTRKT will thank
Mr Coukllng for the Introduction of a bill
icstcrdat providing, among other things,
that steam ears shall not cro Pcnnstltanla
atenue, aud will be still mora thankful to him
when bo succeed In hating It become a law
"OK LA II (I'M."
It 1 rumored that the Senate Committee on
Indian Xffalr, of which Mr. Harlan I chair
man, ha agreed upon tho Territorial bill for
the Indian country that Mr Rice, of Arkan-
sa, Introduced Into the Senate a few da) a
ago, with some slight amendment. The
largo majority with which the Oklahoma
bin, lor tiie same, purjoc, of Mr. Parker, of
Missouri, was laid on the table on tho 16th
ultimo, lu the House or Keprcsentatltcs, It
was bcllcted would be a final disposal of
this questlou for tho present Congress, But
It icems that effort are to be persisted In to
force this measure through Cougraa In lomc
ahapo or other Kt an expression of the
Indiana to bo affected by this Territorial
organization, wo Insert the following protest
of the "Gcnrrat Indian Council' of the
Iudlan territory, already established fuur
cars ago, under the protUIons of their trea
ties of 1800 with tho Goternment, by the
bxecume arpanracnt, ana indorsed by Con
gresi every year since, bv maklnir aDDronria-
tloua to pay Us expenses, according to said
treaties Thl protest wa made In June last
by the council, In w tilth were represented
tue Cherokee, (.reeks, Seminole. Choctaw.
Chickasaw , Shawnee, Delaware, Sac aud
Foxes, Cuddos, lone, Wichita, Comanche,
Osage and others As this "General Coun
cil" of Oklahoma la already established, with
the Ihdlan treaties as Its organic act, It
occurs to us that the only legislation author
ised by Congress under said treaties should
lie for the estal tlshment of United States
courts in the Indian country, and an amend
ment to our Indian Intercourse net, to meet
the necesottles, If anv. In the Indian conntrv
It baa net er heretofore required the citab-
iunmcnt oi territorial governments to create
Judicial districts, nor to amend our Indian
Intercourse acts, and why a Territorial gov
eminent I hudMcd ou In this Instance- looks
rather injsteihm- The protest referred to
U us follow st
our memoi liiut, the Cherokee, Choctaw,
Mukkogees, Hemluos, Shawnee, 8aca an I
Foxea, Stfuccw an I other tilbe owning land
in the lu ban Territory, an l represented In the
general council of tho same, assembled In June,
IST2, would moat respectfully ihowt That the
country commonly known anl designated the
Indian 1 errltor) was aet apait fur permanent
home for red people, where they might lire in
e in
(See
peace wim cacu viucr nJ wim m men,
acta of Longrcaa, May IK 183U
Itiat their right and title to thl country were
perfected by trtatle with the I nlted fctitei, by
at t of Conirre, and patent in fee simp e from
iu 1 nitwl h tales, (rtt e treat r of lbl. la . lsoo.
lMfl, itos, vtlth tho tfaerukcea, l(Md, with Choc
tas, 1 041ft, tud, with Choctaw and Chickasaw.
itil, nun Aiuaaogees. iao wim kaai(Kieaou
Srjjj;''.1?!;.
ltKM, wiin Muaaugeea, toon, whh
Tn iu.Clierol.ni, (liocuwf, tlmkosni,
Cbkiuuwi lad muHwIh but It jtn rgoi
bved east of the MfnsUilpnl river, within certain
K, "JSla IJ'SI'' OTJKEL ?.
their most urgent protest.
(l " "JJ a" " " JKff .rtf iKSIiH?. VSZTJl
rJl w?" '""" ' ihconntrj they now
uircroi own, (men a wtiienieM,) omlertno moat solemn
lu some mtranteea tbat here, at least, they ralslit rest
TIJlllwif wry fert, reklmUa their council (Ires,
of IM bull I anew thtlr htmses oiwn farm, achool their
jrlegl- cblllren, worship tlielr tlort, ortranlte arovern
un ii, (men wn irrurip,; amicrinn moai suirinn
bient of tfuMf own thnlrt. anltSil m thflr iwn.
liar condition and free from all ontMde Interfer
ence, and that these lneatlraahls)hlesnrhoul 1
le secured to them and their chlllren for ail
lime to come, contingent only upon their extlnc.
i tlP" or abandonment of thtit ilomai
. SSSSiiS,
uumam
il th tlrtvarnmnnt.
tleitfrr rourhed In the Htrongeat terms known
In the English Unaniaaje, an 1 pf rva llnjr every
treaty and all the public aeti of tho (lovernment
v ir iciaini hi
iltliM ainiiT
enr people had settled down In con vie na security.
"" iiwu i-wi iibh uik ic sin ira in UTiiixaiiou
unriaralleletl In history.
Fifty j ears, a decade of which waa consumed
In removal, had transformed ihem from the half
necked ncml Into we ll-t lothed, welWel, Intelll
rent men and women, with moat of the tar
round in it comforts, much of the wealth, and
many of the Inxarleaof Christian comma nit lea.
Ihey wire "the undisputed owners of a vaat
riimttn, progress re and hlahly hopeful of the
Inimtanately for them they we red rawed Into
that luo.i fearful connicl, the late mil war.
sir Inst their will, and there hel I until stripped o(
their wealth, everythlnitsave Hit soil beneath
their naked feL Ihniaed and lacerated as they
vr. frlritla tlkil nmiutlf vnn. tinmita ilun.
lateil, It halten nu cause of surprise had they
iudi inun uitrrurpair, ini ina spirit waicn
saved them to tsU, 16 an 1 W again snatched
them from riestrurtion in Iws, and nothwiih
standing manv of tht bard feature of tht
treatlea of 1M4 tbo other provision of the
a spirit of emulation among the maasea o that
they are once more on ttit road to proiperlty.
flood homaa, oehool house and churches are
fruit frown. Oar herd an! flocks ara on the
Inereaae, and wil' soon onct more "tot and
blacken oar prairie Yet oar prngreas la greatly
retarded by evil omen, dark lorebodiug of the
fotore.
The spirit of avarice of 130-1 which set at
naught the behest of the Federal Oovemraent
fait ot the Mississippi to the West, la not dead
It may have slumbered umbQ yet It Urea,
breathe, ha grown strong tjfel defiant, and
now, aa men, demand a Vhtlcu to appease, not
in satisfy, lu ever-craving rapacity.
The chamre of certain raltroala projected
throngh the Indian country contam provision for
large grant,contingent npon the eitlugaUhment
o( the Indian title.
vnrat oaaimi rtmxurtATi a nontax
of the Indian of some twenty-four million of
aerea of their choice land.
They furnish a motive anfflclentiy great ti
roonejed men to corotdnt Into companies and
corporation for tht txprea purpose of rupllng
every Indian nationality atandtng In the way of
the realization of their cherished scheme. Hence
tht Oklahoma and other bills which have been
nresaed upon Congress Irora time to time, under
the false pica of protection and a disinterested
fnrpoat of doing na good. te pray yon, Mr,
resident, to save na from ach friend. We
pray yon to remember that the hopes and des
tiny of the race are measurably Interwoven with
the fte of the Ave original nation of thla coun
try. W e pray yoo to remember that our destiny
ta one; that we mnat all aland or fall together.
Thl la onr country, purchased at a great price,
from your UuvernmenL It I the only tittle apot
on earth on which we ean stand. W e have made
It what It la by long year of unremitting toll, and
consecrated It with notold anrrennga e have
mad onr people what they are, ihieflyny our
own effort, I y Imitating runr good example an I
following your good a I vice. We know that
change await us in the grest future, when onr
n ope shall all hare attained to a reaaonabi
degree of enlightenment, and feel assured of
their ability to rope ncceaatally with a higher
clvllltatlon. Dal we are not prepared for them
now tedo not aak for. lint nrulest aralnat.
auv and alt measures looking directly or Indi
reelly to the overthrow of our nationalities Tht
leaaoaaof the past ahould not he forgotten In
onr preaent condition a mixed otcupancy of our
count 17 by whitea and Indians, with white ascen
dancy, could have bat ont result eggrandlxe-
tawat mr me iruiigrr, iicgra laiion an i uuiinaie
extinction for the weaker. All experience pro
claim the trnth of thla. All the record of jour
O iverument reaffirm the melancholy fact that of
the millions of aborigine who were recognized by
tht Infant republic of North America, nut a piti
ful remnant now remain, all trace of them
having faded awav alike in- evcrr state, whether
Itonb, East, South or W est.
tte com to you aa tne survivor or a once
migni peopie.
wi rLXiDwiviiror
that you will Interpose your great name tnour
ifcnau nv cniirai juu i wiinnoiu your ap
proval from -all railroad. Territorial or other
meatare affecting In any respect our statu a
reiognited by existing trestle, and that you
will give jour sanction to all measures calculated
to Inspire seme of seiuntytn the brraatof
our people. It la thl they need. With It their
advancement will be onward an I upward, until
their influence for good shall reaeh every red
man of the plains, and the bugle call of your
great armies, do longer needed, shall die away
and cease furrver to dlstnrb the qntet of bla re-
Oekra mealn thelnvrallaating (mmlltee
Ileem.
IMrr Plftnmrr Imh In IKa tn.l.uiiJ.i.1 t
Oakc Ames, alttlng in the luveNtigainig torn
in It tee, I a study, lie doe not shrink with air
of oneahamed Nor does he wear In the least
theliraVaiO Of milt. II All lh linn I Brm.
chair to Ii almost rapacity, an I Irana hack In It
with an air of comfort. He looka like the aeren
chairman of a committee, and I the most un
conscious mn al the table. Ills head Is not
marten it intellectual, nia jaw l heavy, an I ht
ha an Immense frame, lua hum ta imm
- i - .i.. ij.;. vZlv. -.:' ..?"
u-i viiikiiiiii iiwiici, buu wiirn neainiiea II na
a trie k of running down to meet hi chin Ilia
mouth la long, an I when he amllea It run out
nearly to hla ear, lliafaie Udecldedly ahrewd,
kindly an 1 goatish, lie doea not look an atom
like a ragan, a Mephistophelean or a tempter of
anv ort. but like a nut nrMtnam Bttn.ii.
hearted, sharp Yankee, hy very Inatlnct looking
' vt i tic iohu) tniiiiv iu iraiir, aa ne ni oeen
tirr aiuvr ne was uom.
The ( ontnreaaleenl 1'rlnllna,,
rrrrleVio the Boaton Journal l'
The Joint Committee on I ubim I'nnnoa ha
agreed to report a bill giving the reporting and
printing of debate fur the next three ion
grease, or six year, to Win J Murtagh, the
proprietor of the NtTumUtirraucAv, pro
vl led he can give a bond of f li,rs within len
daya attrr thu enactment of the law that he can
carry out hi propoaal. Tne committee hare
,,ie "" oi lueuai session.
w lilrti coat for reporting and prlotlug I Utj&& at
thefJcor omce, conn have Lcen reiwrted and
printed on ter the proposal of Murtagh for
II- 941, an 1 the LongrcMlooal printer estuoatea
that he could have had thowoikduue forfitl,-
l'M(HNAI..
Vmc now talk by the book.
The Aluiee opera troupe U at flalveaton.
Cut. til 1 Villi h Jkllfnp it tha 1 ll f..l.t J,
lalnthecny. " "" '""'"
Iharlealteade makca war on light lacing
aud iearl odrr In bis new novel.
Mr. 11 . t . Pun fi fan a haaltk la ailn h Ia
end he see only bla personal fiirud.
Thurtuw W eed will give bla recollection of
Greeley q the Mare h number of the Uulajy.
A nnmler of Cathoeilc resident of New Or
leans have sent a valuable liurae u a preaent to
tht rope. "
Oounod I rompminga new opera, to be pro
duretl next yvattulntli'ii, with Muie. Adeline
rattl lit the principal part.
A portion of tli la re fir t mhiinrinn
paper, refuting the Htowe w an Ul igainit lnl
llyron, will ahortly 1st puMlahed.
A ennaln nt Ih t-ia fmr.... v .,
Mme. Constance Bonaparte, I auperlor of the
(onventof rUuta ltuana, lu the TraJteverr, at
On motion Of Asaljilant n.wnlatwTTIihar.1
"-M,j..Hiu,m,,JiWu i muriair, oi 1UMIO0,
wa admlttetl to practice In the I nited Hute
Supreme Court,
The Hhah of Persia ha conferred upon Carl
Hhrmenathe order of the Lion and Hun for hi
emilelit arranirinirnt nr tin. iiUITrai,i. ...,
ofthatcoumry. '"" ''""-
,-J-nnt Thompson will make twostatuea of
Ihtltrv Ahum rienton, first president of ale
aJ hnill In I llntiin "
un iui nig sruuiiiia. inn fiinnr in, iinnnn
II Ullre, the author of the French dlrtlon.
aiy.tthlth I taking the place of that of the
--' .-j piicci mriiui,
-A pleasing little Inataneeof luxurious nau
lam la fnnilaha.1 !. a f.mii. i vf-. it. r,'
Perlsin I furulsheil bj a fainllv In Norwalk.Coun.
U eoualau of nye pcrauna, who tojether spend
tiM per wet k for opium, and apply to the town
authorltle for coal an I bread and butter.
Arriff wmnin la i,inflnl in ik. iti....
Jail, fhe thinks abe Is a lecturer Kx There
are a lar? number of men and women who
think tuey are lecturer fur whom coufluement
in a Jail would be too mild a punishment.
W llllant L, Ames, a prominent citizen of St,
aauti a uiuihci ui uuvvr ami uatrs Amea.
asaacbuaetu, died In tbatrlty on BaluMai
last, alter a tony and painful Illness, from dropsy
ltaVi, aud ha been prominent In many public ta
terprUca and all Drolect for the aivaiirinni
of the nty In which he resided During hi lat
ter jeara he devoted himself almost exclusively
to agricultural pursuits, belnf very successful a
a stock grower,
-- Fx-Maror Kalbflelach, of Urooklyn.who died
. V Vlll im (luiiauu. Ill ism Q
1S3I he wa elected health warden of New ork
II wa elected major of Ilrooklvn In iui. and
to Conares in the following jiar. In Indi he
was acaln elected mayor, and re-elerled at the
end of his leim. At the time of his death he was
presl lent of tlie Prospect I ark t air Oround A
"iiwi i prraiuoui oi ineiiceinu Club, and
belonged to avveral other organltatiou He
waa oue of the wealthiest rucu in Brooklyn.
having an Income of M) a day from well-invested
orriciiL J
UNIFORM CIRCULAR
N-tv DEPaBTMKHT, February 7, Ife'l
Hereafter, wbenctcr ll I considered con
ducive) to comfort or health, bite cap of
tbo regulation pattern, or wlilto Ilncn cap
covers, may or aball be ttorn by officer on
hip-board within tbo tropics, or elsewhere
hi very hoi weather, with tbo permission or
by the direction, l0 cai0 mav 0( tue
couiiuundlnt ofllcer of tbo t easel or station
cjko M lton bio , BccTttary
W. M. SHUSTER &. BRO.
ARC UIU MlllDl A DlltOUIT OF
TEN PER CENT. FOR CA8H.
(wit
FOR SALE AND RENT.
CTortE FOR nKXT-tn f NonTimwT.
.VU?JfnJt,ljtlb" 1mW Inquire at Mia V
street nortnwMt fuat
i hkntikmav ivhuhv rtt nn-1(U
A imJJwVs ImSSJSFV
1 TmiwnSwh RcUHili.Mith "1
nr of l VrW inStaSmt Mwnm jw,wr.
rrTU ...r .. " " -
iron HAUE-ALL OF ftorARS fM. miCK
tf. WW If 'Tl "" ,h'M rash. UUW son
V"Ltt JKL r"sr.y !?. ?K
iween A an I 1 1 north etirht roonia. walrr tn lb
TOR HAIK-A FRAMR HOUSE AND TWO
l.'trVLlnlJ'tn' pwfhe-.aHHSTand
T?OR RIK
1' nnnae,
WX-j'iUSS!
suftMuth atreetnorttaWMt;
JO OH
A TWO
8 A LK,
ATWO-HTOMV rRAUKtliitmiiLof n
AT a n ll,i nu
(eaeh mmi
Ml ltt,i no Hlltb atreet. b
at reel. bHwtva
KBnill 1 1
ft
OVWK FOIl BALE,
Tlf .'." ? wmixew reir, aud la verr eon
,!,,-m.'Jll, low .Inquire at rreedmaua
JjKKrVtt' "VtXllSW mW
ITOn RBNT-THK STORK AND LAHOB
1 T"!? w.!nylanla avenue, all doore
eaal of lite NadoualboUL. ntANLK I aVuiII, Ol
I?OR HALK-TWO LOTS OX NINTH HTRKKT,
. between M nd N streets, went side of atreet.
".CW."'1 Fourth anj Ninth atreria erul
?(tTt.hflil.,tIrt Aivtjr toOrAJ W CLARK
liiaXh street nortbweM febll
BIRDS FOR BALK-MOCK INO, RED, CAVA
. .k ."n5,ll,rU!,,,,,,rt''lhfittteotlertlon
iy thy iMairie for ! cheap al t4 four and half
w i n . ..T ri"" aTenn ana u ail
W'a'JbefoironpuKbaMeUewbeTe
liS ,f AbE-A FARM OF TEN ACRES AT
,. iT" ' hJuV-V?iT2,.b.5 ?. fi?!
-.-.-,-" w. .iu.niiriiiiii lauv m vu'iir uiuii
V."S-, W11 Jir t eitr reoperty 1-rlt.
aiJuD. W eaah. balance xj wr mouth Applr
UfcU W CLAht.fc.N1Utn atreet N W. fl1l
T?l! "ALK-A-nVO-STORT AND BACK
I' IlnUdlnN 'Brick Houae, on B atreet aonibeaat.
luttt
atnrootn VeaUbUie, U l'aawye, FoVdLnjr Cooi
Mtween It Norm.
reen farloi
1 1 by tun fi
llSI faL iTtrta Ai Kit, u-.k 11. na
Una annar tntn street rare.
I W per dm nth Ain-lr to UfcU W CLArlK, Keai
tate Areut, tuB Nlutu street utrthwePt. rLllt
rpo
"Tor
CONTRACTORS AND BriLDKRS.
'On KENT OR I FA1K, on very farorable terms,
u luriDiniUUli IIAPlaV (It Pl-tPtli, Of Ibe HIMWt
iiualitr.neartbaeil, WAUL kit k McKAK.
lea-eulw fcja Fttieentb at.,opm the lTtaurr
trerj ibitur lu l-enert oriK liiN-ated on I eireet,
Iwmq MeonncT and Third uorthwe-b hlreet ora
iu (uarr on tTir mw ana lenni verr eor, ap
HrhiJ O. UcKa,LlL.N,atieeund KadcWllatu,
ealF street northwrL JanJW-lf
piIII HAI.UfllKAF. ""
TitMa iiocAan, ANiTatnnx iioniiii.t
rare now twotorr Urtck llouea, anated on
wee aide New Usmblr avenue, tn-lween 1 au4
U streets north, bate all and aevrn rooms, had,
front and back rarda, fcc
e-nuniruveaixMaor ttettera LanOa win be Ukei
in part ia ruent.
..., J. W. hTAHH,
Northeaat rw New York av. and tlfteentu at
JauAt-tf lniaratJroii.r
R BALK AT A BAROAIV-THK STOCK
XV, and Ft it urea a ad Ootid will of a HAT. OAK
HTUltK. dotiw a iroud buaineva, goml bieaUoo, e
Ubllabed fur aeany aeren year-, work Urht, Do old
rooda. Ooud tMauua riTeD fur e-ilUag Adrew,
-tr' m -v.tu iv.uH,Uiirr. BTa uain
of t-ast t a) lt4 aireW cars and ou aunare of A veuua
cara liice, ajuu, ititai. llaoeUpernx ntu.
STEAM-I-OW KIL-TO LET, A IIOOM, TIlinD
wim LWiir KIUU 1-UWtU. )u U UM bS
twM n mitli Dd tf..utb BtrwU J.nll-lia
I.-'on KEST-VHIMSIIKII rABLOIlS AVD
i1 U1 roonu. lau r MtrtrU J.iuiir
i.-on saik-a rinsT,i law iilktai bant,
LAIIMKU at CLr AKY
OR 8 ALE-A COtrs ItOCKAWAY, FOR
1?Oll ItENl SblEIUL LAItflU;N.lUi
' fnrniahed rooms, k 121 O atreet northWML
d-ltf
I.'HltHlLF.-IIIAlEiaSAtltEN OF HKillLY
'.timbered land aullabla for barrel Uvea.beitnrr
1-Ma.w. raiinwu uva iuu port
whlchl wUlaellt three and a
ta wood the timber uf
i balf mile from uavt.
tfablavialcrr laniuMir Atilv
t. .,..- w F fVillUDLETOV.
Hhrhlaud llare, Prtnte Oeurve eouutr, Md ,
oraft-U jjr adJreM 111 aiiry bury 1' U.Ud.
RARE CHANCE TO BECURK UIRAP lllt
tuture of my own manufacture. lbeund-r-aianied
ttNlruuaufeloaiiur buaiuts,offaraLuaeuUra
aka.k fur aala at reduoed rlowt.
in j tf 11 FUrblb L, bet Msr.ri bce aud U
T.R 8 LE OU KXCH ANOR FOR CITY I HOP
V LUTY-Valuablafrarnior h acres on tli-Puto-iuae
v uiita Uouut .rmou. 1ml auUUvidMlto
auit ptircbasere. 1 Uuber aud poU uurteelled.
i"1?, Corner beveiilb and i atreela.
O II HALE,
A VALUABLE LOT ANDLLEaANT It EdI PENCE.
ufl4&r-t I iucb-,ti a ftrfool ired alley, the
back bulldiuif to UUa bona la lore akirles huch and
Uiare are 11 room lu tl atructure, but luiludiuK
two bath rooms, cellar ruruaee-rvom,or waabruiui.
liter are Mveu sleet uw apartment, two dreMlDx
roxaua, rdar rloarla iuartl-U p iWlloiiarr waab
km, 1 nearly uew the atreet beautlf ully parkbd aud
paved, aud dim-tly in fn.nt la jt() ctt auuare, ibe
Uioat beautiful lrk In taiblnatou.
1 US atMJVa Will Da aula al liu than Ita a At nil v.lna
and part lea d-aiptur toeiamlu tna remlare wtll bo
IIU(K A. AI1DUON.
Awuruiiili atr
MERCHANT TAILORING.
H. KOPPEL.
havutg been burned out at the recent fire at th
National theatre, Iuu takrn irlor at No. I0 Fonr
tecnth aire t. 0 oslt t illard a hotel, where h will
d pieaaea 10 see ail hla former Irleud and cneton
er; febl4
QLOUUE HKUCH.INfl.
.Ilerrhent Tailor
So. 1311 atreet. betwwti Thirteenth and Four
teenth streets, south aide.
Has Jtut received a very lanr stuck of I MPORTEP
rALbAiu ttiarcHmiEJii uouu, ia la urs
lard to warrant a itfectfit al LOttLH IHICEf-
than any other eatabllabmeut ln or ouUld of the
city
Alao, a aueaaaorlmanl of QESra FimNISHIKO
uuuus mhU-tf
n.
p u tin a. hon,
aierebnnt TnlUre,
Ho. Ill FoiirtceuLh Btrert.
between Pennsylvania arena and F street, opposite
WUlrds Uotal, bav received and 0end a buve In-
volo of Fall and Winter
UDTUH AND CASHIMFJIE9.
FRENCH AND ENaUlICLOTUU,0AttliIUERE8
AND VEHTlNOa.of the la leal alrl.
AUCHITECTS
IIKNllY 11. 13 AHUS,
AUGIIITBCT.
T10 B Nlr.,1, Opparil. Fmi OOlr. Drp.ru
,Mg
JAMES H. McGILL,
ARCHITECT,
COKE.
I KI'V KU 3 PHI! CE.T.,
THE TRICE or COKE,
roll A LIMITED TIME.
OM.rtl.n Ittb.
(1ANI.IKIIT OrPIf'F.
w ru,r 1 blriT .net r .tru ttr nu lirldrf. .umC
W. M. SHUSTER & BRO.
IUC KOW OITNED THEin
utTiuiomiuMMimooDi,
AMUAIXOW
Toil pest- cent. Ibr OiinIi.
PRINT BUTTER.
H.prrlor I. n.i II.. I c.mr. I. ci.lilnilon,
AT FEOREY'S
STAU ItlAIlICET,
M0BT1IEA8T CORNER O AMD THIRTEETB
UM BTBUfSllOUmnjtliT
A. TllRKB-STOnT DRICK
preaed brick front, on Kiarhlh (.
iTi i-Si iHi """.peof new market, to ronrua
?i'il-rm-rfw,s I" eold wal?r, lain.l
brown BtntiB tHmmlnu- I j .i. ... I ."'?
IT " inn. nrr,
'.?inf r"lr terms, Apptr to
"I"
WANTS.
LL KINDS OF CAST-OKr WEARINQ AP
PAlttCLran b inM tnlha rlwl idnntiiM
'iurrwinr nr rail ins; on JUNIII,1I I
mall pnntipljr aiteoJett to. Caihatd
ii ' vipi nrruiu aiiiriawrKi
notes p
KUll
WANTKD-Kovn . OOOl) CANAMFRC
v v wans To aultable partle eontant eiorluir
nient. on aalarr or commkilun AiTlalroom ,
laawllljnipeer Dolldlmr, between and I la. tn f el1
AVA5TKDTTonKNTOR LKASE-A SMALf,
waahlnaion, I O. Ail
taaqtiler, eonntr, la.
TCRKKA EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, NO 601
ieU
WANTKD-THE PUBIIO"TO KNOW THAT
lla7nnna ((tennan Comrb Hlilnre wlllenre
f2w?5 !' ! l7 fr. eeaHllnjr any other rernMy.
tmett a iruL Iepot corner of 1 ufrd ami Lai apt
WANTED-EVEUY ONE 10 KNOW THAT
Unpopular Bewtnir Machlue,TICT0K',baa
It needle self eettltur, the most perfect shuttle In
flse,reUmf on a carrier: neodle-bsr and works of
ateetjeeiy rnnnlnjr, almHe and durable the moat
dealrabla machine for au work In use. Agency jto.
Pennsylvania avenne, between Fournd a half
aauniimiiiwM aibo agent fr Prmoreals Pat-
Mtf T IT ariCFn. Agent
PERSONAL
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE.
Tilt INVESTMENT COMMlTTki: (ll Tup
IVutloiutl HnvliitTH llniiU.
wiurr new ivninnn ana rui vntnatreet.
nteeu every
1IONI1AY, Mt 10 clock.
wte,7p
nn.wni. U' "ItK5S,W
La DAnnELL Mccormick,
OF DhNYKIt, COfHtADO, F
IWler In specimens of Katntal History of all kind.
Iplt-flrin D,'1 sta- TsilderuitaUh 7i
HIVVAI 0,i:i.K, tiRRK AND ANTELOPE
, I ATIMKH a CLEAItr.Airenta,
Comer of frj-ntilh attwait an.l ln
TThtre speclroeu of our Ituffalorea I
ortlrT mrwutrh tbem will receive pronu
iebl-m
TUB mm ll
a be aeen.
toeaa d aeen. All
eprtmifit aitentlan.
SfeJO OOft T0. ,j0AN 0N f100! HEAL
jn'xtaUVf t eatate seearltr. for from oue to
HiijnntiiHiiaiumiPi eouvie aig.oun,
feb7 loteo.1 tu Hvemn wwt
'iflrt lutn0t ,'M0' wo n A 0N
WU V V VMM 1 ivitiii.
E. K. WILSON
fabMnSt 111 Seventh atreeCoi i Pott Omceu
OTICE OF WSOLUTION OF LIMITED
IN CNJ-pARfNEIWHIP-Thepartnerablp hereto,
fure eilaUDa- between lb uudnmuoied. under th
bama andaivUol ".Ufc HlawalLnbaa tMtenUU
daydleeolred W mutual conaenL J C. ttlawall
aluae will sbrn theDrms name ta liquidation.
ntwri-iiiii nanus iua iiruiiiuniilirpi jaUUaiT.
A.l 11 lvJ"VAttH.
i o wihwaLl,
. .i.. , .--Jl,,,,rirne'
JaaJt Flw K. W CARTER, Hpeclal Partner
; itof on icondueted under the nnn
ttlsrall will beeoiiltnued under
id-trUr.fi UWlHWAlXkOI).
the n
me
ludel
All who are ludeLled to lb
and aettl their account i
nnn i will lease call
irlr acniunla al an nrlr rfav
m w Ul uf nnu wui
Bee notice of dlaauluUnn above
lis Heeeuth atreet
riX) HTLPHLNTILTON IllttiUN. miiuritiv
JL, ' tfeoiretown, D. t-You are hereby notified
.-.,....,
i terms of rourfathera will.you are re-
.iar.Tii .a.,e-7...i.-jr:r;. "j vfr.Trr.r"'
ta rmimn Irt Ihla tmtlAa rlittn A,. .. -.
M ,1. IBIfl U,H3VI WIIUID
rfftim tii rial haranf Vtt
wise be eirjudod (rum ail lenenu of hi
n .. f , h vw wiw vntm urinii lill WUI IHQer
gmanabov
alonir tlm
and It ta feared be wtnt uf bla frt-uds that bla miud
ha lTta way.uaffecta of rkiua Ulneaa ami
time ainre, aud that be may be In uni Insane
m .iuviii -kiauam, ii mi vn wuo aeea iui
Diinfonuatlon cotu'crniuir hlm,ilwul
drrstefuliy received by but frteudi
Hi
ran. inn aumrwoare in rviuaaa.
UaoaoKTOw, D, ex, Jan. 1, mi
Jan.Wt
It
K 31 CI Y A I,
i xr. a. txirm . n
RFALEftEATEAMO INHliriA(u iitmrrim
Itaee removed from Nallll iynosTKauU arenna
laxtf w"i uiwe, several uincva lor lient
Dr. Flodoanlo Ilotvanl
Ha remored bis
OFFICE AND RESIDE VCL TO
Ne. U17 F atreet noriliwcal.
dea.if
J AUtiiriNTFuDtTONTniMTx."
ciiiuloo,
TUB 1IITUAI. i tit HT CO.,
, Capital, 8300,000,
PTMid.nt.TUOH. ailltYAN.roniider or the Ft
debty Haf lrpiutrr. Cbleaxo.
Cblriari U J0" "WCEi SlUayor of
1 lua iuslltiitioD. invest funds In tiireliaac of Cht
Cru real relate, alao tu loan al leu tlu per cent. In.
-" un tu ii i urm. auu eirctitfa tnuer irusi.
Mtimaof not leeatliaualjul rrrlv.l ami ln.a.ia.1
FurluiiMhav been mad for clieuU by th above.
tuuuvu iiuwi. iuu in in, iiuiihiiu iureiea oy men
orcpiuiiu,botbln tuana at 10 perceuL net ani
0 urf baae. but a dollar of Itber rluuil or iti
tereat baaeeer been lust lorpanJciilan ad Ire ll
AinmrtVluu-rat HOT Maaea
Imrt n, l u, and duriuir v
lair Uauk aud bale Uepoali
nurttluierat UOT MaaeacbiUM-tta areaue, ttaab-
uk nuuuurr ai xiuenir nav
poaltory, Cblcairo, drMg
M OTICE-T1IAT K. H, Jl 81 H, Bit U BritKET,
11 Utwecn Hlxth and Hevrntb street unrtbweel,
ad's cuatoro made aeooud baud Clolbjiitf at leaaliiau
half lb nwt of re le madenewnur. s RkMnn.!
baud eluthinif of alt kinds buujibt al fair caab prlfea.
LOST AND TOUND.
i70lND-T!IE (IRIUTL8T HAIR D.E OF
1 the a-, lbwdl4eoererof thlamet Invalua
lr now ofieraltto lb public, at bia barber
a iw av. a u, umvivrroi
bte lr now ofieraltto lbpul
abnp. Nu. 4 a Punnarlvaula ateuui
Tula til alnjrUireiiaratkn i
maie, liaauUrul dark brown
i anapmtineea like
with the least trouble, and without lujury t the
with tba least trouble, and without lujury to tt
skin or rom let loo. (No waablutf reiuimil Lulu
aatlafaetlou irnaranteed, and rharara rauuable.
uiir
leiaim'
V
twr-ltANK
hlH)KMl vUtl hlTTAU
HAVINJM UANK. ItelUmore. rtuderil-aa
Ina re at HL Jame Hotel,
r OtiM OF fJNO UAItKANT MII.tTAItV
I I llllUVTT I iVfl 11 llllllLV U- .a ..
aval "'I'm a n u nnitllA.l t, ttK 14,1 la, Ur
bouae, a i rlvaia tn th lUmoia minua.luaek Hawk
whk-,midi iwg,aauni hj Auraoara n.voiun
war an t
i T Irt iiiwmq rl
tu ii. urrniu ui naaui
Jioae of ubatltllUDa- lb MHI
o. U0C7. lurated braalll'
erron
Iitr
warrant N
warrant wa
nitaali IMF ttt
MfurwardwIbyMlfJ HjUrron tufVin-
haid e unmtutoner s), lu bb letter Marrbs, in
m inunti laiw uiiu irui
irnarr M. Is 1
alavli a I-
"that lb said warrant aa tint reelveiLH Tba raid
Calvin iCPruuelllniend maklptrai pllralluii lotlie
it. fruuell Iniend maklptr ai pllralluii to tlie
aluurr of Ivrwluua ftrtbeUanauf adupib
lieu of said lc t warrant.
cat Lu lieu
Attorney for tJaiviu h, v eumat.
BOARDING.
IJ'
OAUUINO HOARD, WITH OR WUHUUT
mvjiri, in wu tui-auir, uvuvruieni 10 tu
..,-. n, f-nf m pis Anruu
K atreeu uorthweaL Sepatf
lO.
t ANUAltlN
ill liire.bealtbfulaudfnun'aut.i
ipt, W r to.,SJ llruadw N
Mra.tlivelthk vIlL stmt nort t
(alma, Dcmoreat,
iw lurk aij y
wcet, aud Ovurir
Mllir. Ilkll IhiiIIi
trwHUortJtweL Irlee. jiwauud or pounda
fortlL Any number vpound delivered ouurUers
by mall nrtui
1'IANOS.
LN1MJ OF I'MMI.
iCTOR IlECKFR, eauUlaUM here In lhU,cou
nected diirluir elybt year with the etal4iah
tni-DtofU
KLIAIU
Dirut UI Br 4 K W.
Ordrra receiTad
iimaiu risnui
Vi
uemi-e;
;
aablnytOP.O 0,
Irnna-CAblf
n
yil UA3I KNAUU V CO.,
nlilmrr, Mrjtnt,
ffffft
QIUND. SQUARE AND UlnianT PfANOn
The Instrumenu bava been before tb public for
forty year, anl upon their eirelleuc alou at.
uouuee thrm uiihihi
-tuuuuc wiucu pro
for tbelr Uhi. touch,
by Iber have beau
wurkmauablp aud durability
awarded aisfy flv irold and slit
r medala at dlffut
ui iaira over otuei
HCJilAUL PI AlJd M
r eonmrtiii n a 11 1.1
bar their new and imj roved Ovemnina: BcJa and
Mllllim WiriniinAti'il rivna a 1 triivna --
OIU1A N H from vartoiia well known f attorle for sale
ltCICUE.NDAClI'8
Plane U nrerewm. 423 Eleventh at
novtT4f
DYEING ANDSCOinUKG.
THE nUSHIS OVER
THE AOL'UMOIjkTED WORK ALL READY FOR
ur.iavr.ui;
ReirretUnir tba 1 nnavoldabl delay In lh delivery of
vi Huimi ui ivii iui, uniut u mi imuoaa
ty of securlnar skilled worknun in aumeieol a
Iruly thankful for past favors havlmr at ireaent
a f ull con of firllaa anluua, wllli every faoU
ily to meet romptly all demands, 1 respectfully no.
,111 a J,ntt Italian... a,f lh...,.,. '
AV. IIAVIIlSA.TI3SYtl3
FSEMIUU HTKAM DTKIKO AND BOODRINO
. . LHTAbUHlfklEST,
)inii v oeaeraon street. Iteowtown. D O.
dTKAM D1EIM1 AND HCOURINH COM-
rAitVi
V. AI8 Trnili atreet, between E F
sirrru rinwraf
have at art enorromia eipenae AltM m
irvNlHTF.
nptl
EttTA
Infor
i nil un wiMpunnu IHJU 1
If,
ItlMOCHTAU-
USIIUr-NT aoulb of Saw York, ami wuid
1 f auuinui 1,(1
preired to receive tbalr
laMiee-auacniiarenurecse, cioaka, UantlUaa,
ke-of all taaUriala, rJaau-d wiiboul belnt; ripped
All klnda of epota removed without claaxUaf tbe
Kid nlovaa rlaanad In Nia Vnrk a. la a,J
uauner Anr uuauutr dou In twut four Imr.
OanUeMuotameiiud wlibout abriiiklair or
injunax th rariuaul lu any mauuar.and jrusrautee
flven tbal ailirreaM spot ui be removsiTeDUrely,
o that they never abow amin.
r'lviriu uwt nnuj uu ai
reasonable piioee
'pUlMISlOUIMi UKl.11lAT lllb bUU.
.. riwiri luwaiuniiniiiiini ouprem uoart
11 tuIt"tnclof Columbia. holJliur aancvial lonn.
rttera of admlulNtratlou ou lh i-enw ual 11UU 0
iiiw.iu nuua iiuuii iaie ui
aabuurtou count y,
SPECIAL NOTICES.
tfl O F.-MKTItOrOMM IOIMIK
li J'2'-.ThLv,,,,ln Ibaleni will pay afra
li,!t..JbJ1,ftr7i!i t,nelork,oo wblrlr occasion
llrotberF kuraatwill dellreraTeriiire. the al
l-ndauof every member Is earne-iljreineted.
Fel 'W tUt 8L "
E,MaAl.,-.lN" npifm icmn ahho-
4. CLATION-Anartjoinid meeunirnff the
ri.IT' 'Pfl.K'rabllewn Aaaiiclaifiin will Tie held at
W'A ,,nj? rlanl biiluea will be a 1 bin It ted
auxymmiueeon maiiimratl in ( ereim n e will
nii7',ifti,.oclor.? t. r mtlAN.I-rea.
Hi! Uitis Itee Bee febli
f-ATTtNTION, KNimiTM TKV.
jirae, 1-oi.riinu t onvtAiinvav, No a.)
tVaaainoTU)), U C. February 1,173.
Orrf-revr I
pt V tl. irIAif fi.l.i.i. n.u
mandery are hereby eomman IM to appear al Ibatr
Aarium, to .faibrtl dree, on IRIDAf KVENINU,
February I. and ttkOKrnDAV htfcNINil, IrU
mary is. at 7 o rioek, for Ibe purpose
of drt
tAi
r orun oi in m. inniinin.i..
IUU F M MAU-MI ALL, Cart General
TIIF. DISTRICT RINO PHOWN I'M
.. iTraaii iu 110
live Janus
irrd on lh
lfUiliKOffionl-ei.n.xlvaniVT;?nlww,in
Ti,'lPn,l.ti'uf,,,',!V, "jwew.. lhey will aieo
be lubliKhudln imblet form for df-trttmtlon
fii'lF.U'". '.' V.! .tKTr7 I " l"MJ bolder tu
S';1 slwuld rea.1 tbeee riyeehee aa lhey -bow
plainly mat tb Hoard of l-ublioWorka in t only
iuala tba moat minersble and temporary mpruve
menia, at a coat of tnllildia of dlara' but that
"'Til "I!! b,been enuret llleiral.and tbrrelorc
void; wbkb t the 01 iui u of a larve number ot the
tint lawyer ol the country lYoperty-boldera,
stand firm: yon cannot b compelled to pay for
?ni,.1,hfc,rorrVI"n,'B.n,, W the DuVrd of
I'utillejttirka.aslhey arelllera ,
ACTjAllBltjllUOIttrTItIX0g febll
J27" nANI Jfj""! KNItlHTH OF
, "i"rnea anmiai eeawuii on FHIIMY Et FN
.-! .ikai luri 1 , u rilTIi ! to
RtrevHa. iMtailatlon of umcr
IS: aPIA1 l9H h ir& Harmontal Hall (on
poaite Metropotlian Hot) for their headquarter fn
ii1 ,L,l,i.k.'!.,!1,w" Iw qartra to let fr tba
4(li 1 or March will Heaae comrouukate with lbs ooiu
mlUee, alvlmr locatiou and 1 rice. fell-eolw
ff-THItUITOIIIAI, HAVINUM, I OAN,
AMD UU1LUH.O AKHOCIA1ION will
bo'ln.oaS, Meeting for aJectlOQ of offloera, o
on1UDAIf, Htn luaiant, atf MMn.ln ibe Aw
turarooDi, k U o. A. buud mr. eorii-r rflnlh aud U
fhe Aii uual Report will be aubmliud by lh
AudlllnirOonimlUee, pltoekhoTlera amTiiUotben
Ra'pH 'JV""-"!"" Io abx-h In thf Flflb
RTfrftSSJf Du-'r? ow oiwo at the ofac ut
"tfflSPV 1 U TlllJAJCK.atr
rresiueut,
febll id
r3-ICAIa OIUJAMATIONH OF THK
rHTi Jwtrtrt' 0lumbl deairtnjfto parilct
pate In th aiproachitw lnii(rur.ii.ni ceremonie
?h rSKVHz? rl,,rtI t mKlfy tb Becrvury of
".""" 1 yinaiw yi'nuoniaia( uiveariieai I
nrtnnltr. llrnnljitfifiii.i ,-i.... "
ortnnity. Ilyorderof UtCnnmlttee.
J ana
uron.niari m 1IIIH11LK, Bec'y
Apiieal wUI meel at tba ofiioeof lh Huimriutatulf
of AaaeMrmen.uandlaiea.Ao. al tuur-aod hall
... .. -a.-"-:nn"-7i-7- -
pa.rrtgUTa- Mil
ad day of t-ebr
anr ai nela thi
lacoruerof LoulalaJia irenuiL nn itia
TUarr.lm. at ll orlnri m. tn t,n..
u( a A ill aanaajuira.
that may b made from th valuation
AUaaalamualbemadalnwrttlna and sworn to
"' w orne.r oomitt)tioadniliilpleroatba,
.7. ;. x; i v.rv:.':.'.".? - nt" ""i "..v.".
and on ttLpLrtDAYa and kUll
u clock utitd oTd(ick p. m.
from 4
JimMtoS
RILL? A ftlllNK.
x, ,: i MIPLLLTOV, J,.
Membera of th jtoard of Ape.la.
j5W.11. J. llONOIIflK.
fi a,. a. 1 Dealer In Real Fatal.
Or0ce,IW Market arte, rooma uf th lM-rd ol
Trad. . Hpeclal attentV o 1. dto tbe lutereat of lax
are
.Before tb Hoard of Al reals, now lu eeealou.
fb,lw
tar
31 V O It T A N T
nia aeaaon when
the temperature la
aufDoleuT to . render ua aiiaoepubl of
IlianaalJa tt,. alldV.t -i"l .-
Itur fevers of all klnda. r
catcb
dauarerouaa nature, and epeeilly luiur al
Uoua. ttho amount lu haa nni h.,1 ih. ..3
01 ine
mnat
oeo-
Itertene of a-elua- ume f riemT or rlaUv atUrked
addauly. evea hi tha i4emtudof healib. by on of
Hi-t !aTrV! !"-:. vlnT alowly toward tbe
rrav when they are not takeu away aa If airnck by
iWbtuiutf! all (hie uiaery bniubt on by a cold,
bleb a mere roiauuou could bav rvtented
Ilrt i'1. JC"! ! wr on s ao f ui but la 11
OMlbl ta Avnlat our way of clothing accwrdlnK
to a temperature wtuVb varl- aeTerai tWree lu a
few mjtuirnur he, Tho tlijaa- can out b t re
vented note ve artre 10 llJnranaof thbo.lya
yiifor and tremrth which will enable them to bear
tha shuck tint eutu rhanvvw make them iindertfo.
LlrUmTlKhH UFOK. I CI fir HtUAki; the
irevenuve -r etceiieuce," Ibe aateudreUabie
"edi A, wlnnrlaMfii, uken before wlmr out
nd differentciy.il ucb vLror
auiiiiir.uuacyinintoi 11a qualities, which Iffetam
JiaUr atlraulatttae toulcfebrlfurer and autl bllioua,
that cvrryou woo take them rau 1 rive with lot.
punlty ail temperature, however cbaiurtble t r
severe 11 may b. illtin
rjwTiiK .iiltiai-nTtNTFunTFiTiN:
Lnl,ra4Ni""k'N ,'0WB
. ... BfANLK J0XE8, A.ml,
and life, ou account
nu. .ii n..eij,o ir.h
3"PAUTItH AMU UI.tl.ITIO.,
T.hJ ni'Icr.ljrii.a taiM plM.nr. In anDonDrln,
nrlloua. JUwiUalMrunHah a.irat. dtabM,aurh
I?JW S '? 1 (""-III alrcl HaniTwoVl wUI lx
proruMI atwuuM lo,
H WUCELITllOCTOtt. Calrrar.
Xl-..l I.TllHIIFMINlIl-AflTlIU).
URUO aiuSL" aw '""rrwMuaimi IJ!
rjgr-IIOMlOl'ATIIK! 1IFIIII IM-M AN
coraar Tt aoj Nlatn alwou. niuna.
rOTlULUH. lll:ill(Alj. I'FIIPI'lll-
. rlo,. fo maupa, Tollrt ArllrlM. fee. allow
ta ralca. allEMl LK llliuu HIUIIK ' ""',
tST'!'1 k'l1 oiiVutoiiliTiiKiii.
3- VltbKlTlllTIOVH lOIII-lll'MIKll
HTOKE, MaioK 1 wui la.
ISr.","-,,,- '""! ..'AllllTK OF
JE ,,:, ,".Arr! "'A"I TK OF
j-fJ Ohio Ooll of 0.1,1.1 Burrnrr, 411 liar
lJl,n'IMul.!pfioii llalf loa lo la.
ynMliaoiia. U.r.r.loT)r IL A. li'co .0.1 liar
enlh atreet,
CW4 1 ailowi
ST35!r
3grCI!l(lLATIMl I.IIIIIAltV,
T U a A ROOUII,
Ooroar Nlnlb and n alncta.
ALL TIIE LATEST rorULAD B0OE8.
Illatorr, Trarela, 8clanUao Vt orka. Nor.Ia, kt
Tarn. UrcrrrarlllprrqaarWr
Ladlaa an4 vrtiUnico ara rorJJallr larllaj to rail
anjaiaalnatliaealalorua. f.4
f-lll OIKIKTOWN.-riiltKONnniK.
alrloir tha National rlirvaLio.M rau bava
d,!.W"r'',M"NTir;So,'l,,
f2"""T V'AUI.-l'lltSOH KkMlD.
K. ,,.r"" "iH""" ruru uaveiui(KPln.
fXff?nn p.ruu!'?1' ltr realdenoe by
..",utf. .' nnd addfraa at the Clxae Hior of
riiiui'i WAllu. Vu. itu
cori.r uf Klxbtt-uUi atreet.
t5T AlANtlKAin-IIIIKllH. rAINTKIIH
3U VINE-tiltOttiaiH AUD OllltllH
lii . 1 ELLT,P wbtcbla adapted to Ui ua of
Fainter In aandliiaT, belmr liybier and mor dura
ble, aa well aa ecutiimiWl if,ai, an ih.a.,n 1...
sartnaj at leaal oua half lb Urn aud spenae. and ta
i? ."Ti If'f5 li-.trument fi treafoieul of th
UradlMbymenaof tha Hull bur Cur.
77."' iiii winuiiuuruurt,
dralruwui purcuaaeUiatcvrUieuulveraal
riarbt Will lalaaaa ajTira-a
.. .. JOHN W. IIENDLEY.
JeW-eotf lot p itret, Waabliu. tonT 15 C.
rALHXANDIUA.-LOUlMTU AU.
"-V rena-emaiita bav been mada f.,- an .i
"'
Ulnln Kb
BtreeL and umv will b rromilr
Cliur
a-ned at th ra'e
oflarwiUiierweik. Ht-Nb. HIMltiO
Avent.
l!n"lcopieBcan lie obtained evory moraine;
Kin street
Uj.mtj.olK rilUUTT. No. M Borrnlh aTrew,
bolwaan Vlnrtnla aT.oua and Ualraol aoutliwNL
INSUItANCE.
THE EQTJITABIdU
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY.
Tin bnalsn. of IU. Comranr lua for rrara baa.
d. uhhi of anr aunoar iQaUlutlon . lha world.
JP. HEYI3H,
Ooiioriil Affont,
1103 ..d a03 W.re.11, Hlr.rl.
rp II R NATIONAL MKTIUiroI.ITAN
FinK INNIIIAME fOlll'ANV
OrcanUai A.auat SO,
CAHII rAPlTAI....T7T7.
1870.
... 1 00,000.
WMU-JlOUi,'Vke IrealdcaL
Hi
U in. W'
Win II "
Trt.I.1
Cliarleajiuit,
rlohn T Unman,
m.o Hrlaarolt.
v at mATUiaua,
ft.BUy,
ARE YOU XTS&TJXIJX?
IV NOT, APPLY TO THE OLD
Franklin Insnmnco Co.,
or
WApflUNUTOf, I. C.
INOORrORATED 117 OONnnEHS IN Uia
, OrriCK In the botldln of the NaUonal Bank ef
Ilia Ueiublie. No. tu U atreet north we!.
no ciiarirv iur iimicKi.
MUtCTOnai
Jaraea a tlall, Joaej b If Rndlry,
II Pl.r.lll ' It IT U'llllj.K.a
ll ll .liara
4U"A..M..1.':Pl"r7
cniam EBAL'Kf.o.,r-."";i, J
ludauc renulred. lie iie1arr,f iTi --- uutiur uiihn anrniairniaaoa iu .lamiuef report
(nuance requireu. 7JMjy.nTr, be JlivUM to the l-th day of APru nt,odTEi
f.i.HM ran. .a.7 ""?,L'"' " ."V.11-V I aald neUlion b haard uu tha Ma.1 .lav ne ..I
micb nuorem ialh iinmni ..,.--.. -iaT-rTTTf--"'. :.' " "
mwtrmt ni.ivuivu iirsuq Hcni', I
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
SrillNO AND SfMMEII STOCK.
n.Tin. i.nr. aioct or
l"KI!IOADBUMEntRE8SOOOW)
I'll Qvrr from lut ...tcq w. ,r otttrlnf tbrmtt
.ua Wow cwl, 10 ni.l. room for uumn lana
HI w auubH.
JOIIVKON i tOLlKV,
'" . IIIMirMBrmi
"ly n.TKit 11. gi mum, " '
CUMItnlHD ADO AKTHRACITI COAL,
OIK. riNE, AM) incKonr WOOD,
V.nl rornrr of Fight, aod D .IrrrU oiilhw.,!,
frllroflw On1".!!. HmltlMoolaii pari
TIIi!t47JJ!,,iI""?'"0"CK JIUT T,,K SCB
i. -'S'.'iDf.n M". OJIainM from III. Bopr-to.
Irrm, Irllfraof adiofnlMnUon on tt. ii.noa.1 M.
same wltb the von rher thereof, to th am
amewlth the vonrher thereor. to the aiibMrrlher,
n or before th 1Mb day of iannary nettt lhey
f tnr l3 rt ' d ,rorau beneul
rpiiifl n to nivE notice that tub ur.
pt Jbe I)l;tnnof uanmble, holding a speelel Urn,
l-tt-ra of admlnlatralloti on the peraonal siuu
V C ' iS"!?!!!-'1 bavlhir elalm wslnlf
lua said deceaaad are herelty wanted UtttblljtUb
aame.wllhlheVtrticbenlUereoMotlieiulMKrllMr.on
or before the 13th day or fetrruary neitt they-may
.""crwl-a bir law be eiduded frm aU beuOI
lb aald twfate,
. Olvrn under my hand thl 13th day of Fehruarr
rJilFlw" U MrM" WamtaWMioV
TTNITKP HTATU PATENT OFnCC,
J UAanmnTOH, Ij ti, February , irt
TIM tha iui Inn ft Jmi. nJ. .. f.L L
Makoils. of Urootlyn. N V, admlnlatrator of
hdaard Uthr, deceaaed. rarttur for tb eitan
"lonof. iJfu aranteil l the aald Kdward Hehr
onthe luth dy rf May, tttn, for an tmirovrment In
Anr person mar oppose thla si tension
Onaii ml aatoner
UNITED 8TATE8 PATENT OFHCE.
.... WaaiiiFOToir. I) a,Feb.s,tri
"- r-i.M .i.a.iu t.Minaiii.111 illlD
ton. Ma-., i raylnir for lb eatene-toii oi a patent
t ranted to him ou tba loth day of May.lUe.tor an
nprpvenienttnOmklnivHIoveai
It is ordered IhalUi teUinony In the eajete
eloaed on tb Mb day of Ai.rU nat, thai tbe
time for llllua- ara-umenta and lb Examiner a repot I
behmltedlo the Istbday cf April uext,and th-I
aaj pution be beard in the 3d day f April
Any perron tnar oppose ltd ev tension.
uAttw a.b LimiKi'T.VwiavmUtlonar.
UNITED STATES PATENT OrTICE,
cm the peUUonof tNowAa 11 HvmtnrTit New
OriesnLs.iraylmrfnrtlieeitenalon of a patent
iaanad on th ih dayof Aiiamat, WI, for an lm
provementln Machine for luilljuar Fabrlcai
It la firalltraarl thai Ilia luiln..,. l.k. I... a.
vt r"uw,,,i iissiu LKOHAan.of laun
eloaed mum Uth day of Af neatTtbaHbi
tim foe niliia- anrumenla aud tba I- tamLnara repoil
lil(,nl rf & EMh day of April nest, and lla
aald petition bebeard on 61 Mb. dsy of April nei".
ime inia eiienalon.
' LLUUIC1T, UomralaaloDer
UNITED rTTATKS PATENT OFFICE,
Washikotom, I q., February L a?l
un th MUUua. of IL W' HANVLkVD? Helmi Ala.,
O wn iTtilie a,riIM snimprovemeniui
rf Aprtlu.L
I. IJUKtFTT.fommlsstoner
DKY GOODS.
TENPERCENL0FFF0RCA8H.
AM, HAI.KM, laAUUR AND H3XAI.U
tJ T "O1"" b o ont llw take stork, which
"'""oViXW?i,JJ,55'2eDBolVnooD"-
tn1oMtwelv,da1n tF ,mrch"ln dttrliufth neit
, W. M. SHUSTER & DRO.,
febiMi5n,,HylvnM,n "VOllUO.
20 Per Cent.
cut
Dontlafltoee
b wondrrful
IIAIUIAIMI
...JtU.fi.
CtX)TtlH,
WUULbH
OODDS
UAttnNIHLllErj,
llKAMllrt,
UAHHNIJ
iiKAt 1 it
tLANNr
It LA N It H
cLoAKlf
rui,
HTM.
count of stork about lb Uth of
February, m to whki tlua
INflU
DILLbH UOOOS.
eii"0(Hnir i Alai
WNAT,Mu,,rUv .Kf., 9E IV? J"
Sra
ET
for raan. II U KUa fn-
BOGAHctWYLIE,
lOISri 10MlHnraik.i.N.W.
MfAMTLR.
I.AIISIMEHPH,
alrloir au oiMrlonltr f.r lli.ilb!!Li'l!iS!!;
money
wtor.ffisi",r.r.,r!::.'',inENT"' ,ni,TE samT-
a VIIII1IIV
JaoH Pn ave . south aide, below Heventh at
HOOKS AND STATIONERY.
XTI.U HOOHH. rMH HAI.K iiv vv n
Hnl.V.WS.1.!!.""""""!'
iMs:f1.,JV...H";J.,sili'-f!5"i.:
iuurTAlurnoN ISTt
?ur!.r,,'.lusttubllabe4. At-o. by lh aad.
i;.w.'V,.fe.'?:.,.';',.w' ?'!"" ib.i.iu
d'W.,e ? rralr of w ahln.
rn, ,i.ifiuu .iu
..MiCW9.rpii
J hiullh Ijuiu.D.I Bhl aoDi
1 1 1"2 w.uauai m auDiiBJ TOi.II
dally trie of jrvldat haw York fur 1
f!!."' J!t.!.lirfni'.
EES5 F fr-Ki t W'eatt-SM
Uw ITtvat and tav
Itlddle, former member of t
toward t'ulveralty
a A" tt ' WWfcrataotia received aa m
and aold at tha loweal dtaoount l rlca
T IS1 OK NEW HOOKS AT SI1II.U.NUTO.NH
Oornar Ponr and. balf .Irwi aad r.QD.i Irani.
. n . aranua.
A rar.Ion In Tattara, a noval. br Antaa Tnotnaa.
Broad and LL.. .Bd iIib,.' if paVKi
ITiZ ' -".-.. ., .h. .u.BWIWl .B A,.DUIU
I I.nr, or., br a. Crarrn.
Oiirrna, by K. 11. Liurrr
lIOlli.,lli,..irJ'.n Iiui.lt w
HuMlan Joururr, br lrorlor
. k IKS,' ?!? "I"" 'nrr al Iba rerr loral
t'riOM. UMIral Uooka, at pol ll.bt ra' orlooV I Ur
! .V. . . V r..Br" ana OMallllM, al Uia r.rr lowral
"hSiti " "' 1-aUIJT for iba rloaar.anrrd.
Sunday School Aids.
iu Wiwra, TeHh
NEW MAGAZINES!
II IU aU mmmrnoa Ibalr MEW VOLUMES WITH
THEJAMUnVNtTMllEM..nd Ua nubile ar. In,
,llrdlo IIONEW TIIE1B BUBSCniITIONH rOB
AKY HAOAZINE OU WEEKLY PAr EH AT IUU
uuMwa,iu 1VHTAUE HAVLD "
lIIUtKHOOO'M BIAdAI.NR
and roun or Tn keviews fob nr-TEES
D0LLAUS A YEAH.
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Addrtaa all ordara for abor. I.
.7. C. 1.A.1IICX31I,
n..k..ll.r and Nl.ll.n.r,
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au OwqbIU Pp.! Oflica,
INTEIUOR AD0RN1IENTS.
J. W. MoKNIGHT&OO.,
UANUrAOTUBEBa AND DEALEBS IN
Pl'UMTI,TtE,CAnrETI, OEDDtMl AND
UPHOLSTERY ClOOOS,
MET ranoajl.a.l. At....,
NrartbaTraaaorrDeoartmaDt,
BOLE AOENTB
IS! lftWm'0? cVfO. mada of Walnnl and
Mb UianandonM andlno.1 durabla eovrrliui for
ifZS'iZHZ! fr-a.di5lii,TOna,b.Ua. larlorSw.
1VS IS?."' ""' na 'P a'r r-irt cbaaoar
tban anr floor op,.rlntf uaad. Aa a walnaoollnaMI
baa no aqual lo baautjr, cEaapncM aod durabllllr.
J. IV. MellNIUUT i CO.,
lo? Pann.rlr.nla aranua.
JEWELRY.
A I, IIKIIT I. II HI) II,
..WAICUUAKtB Ab JEWEIPB,
Na. BIT Ncvrnlb Hlrrri, tlpn. r, ll,
irormrrtr wllh Wm. Elrbl.r
rarllrnl.r att.til Ion ,id tomlriiur
CUIlOHOalElAlul """l'1""
f.lAo5ni CLOcMfCI1lEELBV, tc
TAINTING.
O. 'X. J30AVE1V.
U0U8E. SKIN AND
OUNAllENTAt. PAlNTEn
AND ULAZIEB,
na uxa l.l.l... HT.n...
Imltatlona of all klnda of wood and tnarbl, naatlr
aiacutwl In tba lalaal and moat ai oroiad atrlra.
JOBBINQ
PBOMPTLY
ATTENDED TO
II. AVAX.TIIHIC.
Suercaaor of 8tiiunaniiid Waitbcr
JO P.naarlrn.la Arraar,
Fotaraao Blitb and 8aventh atraala,
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL DEALEBB IN
P.VWTS, OILS, buss, oLUE DnUSIIES
LC0II0L(t0AL-0IL LAMP8,
CIliMNETS, AO.
Orait Indnoamftiu ar. offarad for Cub.
.i MaTiir .' '. orJrl " lb teetlmony In lh case be
ana election of rirwt on th ui, .v n r ..tt .I.rT".rT
Jafobua Note oa Oeufala; 1 rot. (160.
I-.uif on Oenesla. v J!.
Iinab a Notra ou Oeueala! eola. 1
Muniyoaileueals, Ivol, 1W and ttSa
i '. "'re" UueUiHajk for ItfAT
i JLjbi.fl-"m r!"" Tetlrer'a Aide and Sonday
H il. IIAI.HNTVNE'M,
ta Hveutb atreet, near E aUeei
GROCERIES.
FRUITS AND NUTS
. . ."iTi'If1 ,"r"0 ." Wral
ORANCE8,
LEMONS,
COCOANUT8.
31nlnrn Orniion,
. .Mulnrrn Ornioai.
ri"fl.. PntJNFS, UAllj,, IMllllMa,
U1KAH StlTR
lECANNttTR,
jArnt nrLL ai mondiiT '
Gordon & Dilworth's
it ia jo.it v la .
rntsrnvKD BtrlAwrirtinir.
PASMWNW
mtnar-
cfiAn irrrr.
' ciyi'i'oiH,
JJ llAMHONIl.
.11.. i .. ," .onKENoAaE",
All la blnl and quart aJaMM.
IIIIAlll I'!ai irKMT
oi.ivin, curuiiH,
OlfnAM' Vtliftimtr
tNULISI
7
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MH,lEAtt,fto;Aa
WINJES.
J'ffUIIIII, rORtlSaAND OOMUIIC.
M'ADE'T,
CHOICE WINES.
..... -.a". al"b or
. i.i '"PinTKO l IIAllPAdNR
633???.'"" ""Ifork rrlooa,and bf.loal.
rfeiikffi'cAWrjnW.r,
o U.lluil-l,i',i.m
,.J tnra"b.i
liUfJ Bl VAjnTJiE - D.T R11 1 a.T."
" "OA.TB IilakchO
"Crow" Whisky,
DAKBR. a,C,;"t,
KKI.I.CII,
(llllHOV.
Cbalcral Old Whl.lr aoU al 11 U ir rllloa''
HAVANACIGARS.
We aell none but renntne lUTOBTED UAAN
HENRY Of tY
rifiinni
T. 1 iiiTimo
IW.Q,. paVu.
H0BA,
M!,4?'ri . . AMTlutEDAD.
, . . .uadaha, ara.fta
K-W..4."110 oa boa.Iflce. Ceil and en
etamine.
Imported Cheese
JUST BECEITTD I
Ai,airMA7.
tiraox.
firliDAA,
AIWAOO.
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Imported Biscuit.
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w.i n-l-t.TSV.'V.'J.
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&itiLi u. " "" n-lr.l 0.m
IRtrSSt?
iiy.
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tM Cornwell & Sons,
MIS PENNHVl.TANIA ATBfd'K.
J.nll 0"" '"!. Il.l.l.
FINE GROOERIES,
PURE BRANDIES, WINES AND
WHISKIES,
AT
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
3RYANBR0S.,
CEALZBa IN
FANCY GROCERIES
OOi rann.ilr.al. Arraar.
S US SSSMVJl'Jk Rpw ll on.
" i 1 W.tT.,flWS'a,.3vA" 'anm .
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,to"jANWJTII.
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DBYAN LKOS.,
c.r.,..-,Yj,7,r" A"" ""jr""
rUltD CIDEIt YHVEUAlt,
Spices, &c, for FJckllne,
nsn. '
A NEW 10T OF THE FINEST OOLQHQ
it I IIAVt EVtK SttH,
run... HIUUICILATK,
N. W. BUEi
OITICUNS.
If AUDI INTKUNH,
111 PABLOB BtEAU ENO
mr. .l
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WboaSkjrindB.1.11.
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dal.
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Moat Wondorful Invontlon
ui llio Ago I
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ovaa-u
Franklin & Co.'s,
No. UJI PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
)an OPTICIANS
REPORTERS.
TAN. O.CM.IMIANK. K, z. ItltAll uv
oar in uaanoery, u h, Oourta. "
Ooin'rei-otr UomVof ""
Court of dalma,
CLEPIIAHE DRAILEY.
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1AND FRENCH
TABLE, LUXURIES
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