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ill. in -t n.jiiiiL' ri t- j i iur -'iinrn Subscriptions, advertisements, and commu . nications, intended for this paper, may bar left at Adamson s periodical store, on Seventh street opposite the General Post Office, where copies of the paper may also be had immediately bit its issue. ' 1 Advertisements should be sent In before " twelve o'clock, Ml, otherwise' they may have to1' lie over a day. Communications upon al subjects, particu larly with reference to oar city affairs, wQl re ceive respectful attention. , .Von. I. WASHINGTON, D. 0., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1860. No. 2. rapt trak-Iieuof AnM..!.. M.'tU L.T ? bUIUUIUU4UU VflVU U1VV iQ of the. South, moved cam. 2nd pander to terrify the millions of the people North from seeking to reform a svstempfj nd ministration of which the very earth itillf has grown weary. They fniled; for perfection! mar adhere to the lations, ther have not surrendered' of individual thought and action into the keP) ing of a single squad of placemen.! JJudj something like tho sarr.o indsDendein-'a Won retained by the people of the South, we slu'dld1 not now witness the humiliating spectacty some half a dozen infuriate politicians' proc' ing from spot to spot, and raininir down cufses upon tho mildest and most beneficent QovV0-1 ment bn which the sun has ever shone. '(" should not behold these men daring, as ipe7 now do, to goad the people of tho SoutP to take some irretrievable step, to do some "ofert act" which will "ptecipitate"'them intd111 internecine strife with their brethren 'ot ?l I least thirty other States. Like, seducer2iof I lemale virtue, these pestilent exciters off1 popular passions are using all their arts'10 drive their intended victims to make he'!filJ step which shall subject them permanent! j their power, The terrible question pow("i " Shall they do l? " Has the South tina enough, fidelity enough, wisdom enough,' t0 turn upon the tempters, and say, "Get'thed06 hind me, Satan?"' It has for yean been the caseatharaoma f w fjnen you'ean count them on your fingefp1 I have considered, themselves' '"the 'Sohff" Hero lies the whole trouble South 'CaroItia puvuw ia uufc runny a JtepUDllC 3 It IS r. JligaaUy, an Aristocratyi ilkocracy, it Ji'U flease but in spirit and fait Is not Uepnlli- can. it reiosesuiei lis pueH declare tniur preference for thiir Chief 'kglutrate, and jit locks up iU wholepolitical rtrerandioUuenCe in the hands of A few. No poller, then, thU South Carolina ets along so discordantly with tho rest of the i ates of the Union, which reit upon a differe : basis of government from, what sho does. And in this diagnosis we have an Intimation o the true cure far the' troubles which so alHic is from that quarter. A sew Declaration of idepondence imal come froa the people of th Carolina a Declaration, of Independence, ot of the Amnrican Union but of herloppr isors within hen own border To some c tent he morbid Influence of SontV Carolina iicio over hor own limits and inn fected her eiirl lor States. Just to thai extent' do thev suter. i d no farther. Sdoner or latex these Statit i iperceiyj, this, And then will come ui c'v vi itjunuuiu iuc via wtHvnt r,f thn PulnWtf late. Thev hate the Conntl- tution of tht Unltd States. It Is their banef' but it it thehntiitte for the rest of the South' era people. IThtyonstitution gires the powtr into the haids of the people, and not to, au Aristocracy nniif Uce lachrymte. Let the peo' plo of the BwtB ijsumo their prbper sway: demand bscl tlei'povrir from thi abusers of it, and put i nti nt r and hunestei hands, yet ith a w&rfcliir that thev shall h ild it hut a short time-Jlle-oJl tlie remedy-ftle o; onlv lemcdr aid U is folly to'liok I - i--o ' -J fo one, thu only lemcdr aid U is folly to'ldok for any other. tier, I For tho particulars of the minntr in which i the Fsmo llw beet brought aboit, we com mend the fdlowiur extract, qmthe Nowl YorkiCburi'ti tsiif ifnCuill ll i&STU'lilUUU u! the nader UTt lR.r)7 tflilbftnkl! itm foaliitile rn.lm on to precisely the exiling stale of things. Theyjlhen, but vith greder cause than at pres ent, produced th issue low rapilr approach , ing ; knd that ia.uo is, wlethcr thi banks, with- ' out ciuso, and strroundid by eve y element of iirnimTiiv. annii isna irihi mnAh a n.Mk.ik.. the nerchentt, iif etlfthfnce, thiU breaft the banhl We sUul whefo we did ki 1867. We stand by the merchants and we tll them now, as wo told them tien. either comnlthiinfl'i.nil. ing banks to do tkeir duty to thui community, or make thorn .eusfend specie paylients. lint, eajs-the innocent feader. if therejbe no cause for this pauio, hoi( has 'ft occurroil? We will enlighten him. Is the first dUm. the Smith ne er pays, and is never expected to pay up its I i indebtedness, until De5ember and January 1 " www, mem is uii pressure on tne money market front that quarter. Secondly, exchange is in our favor with every point on the conti nent j and tho foreign oxchango unusually so. And, thirdly, the grain crop of the West is double what it ever was belore, and has thus far been moved with unusual facility; aud everything combines, as wo snMi before, to renuer money more; aoundant a trade more prosperous thiijj I er before in month of jovemterj( Anil I ', ruin .stares i n the face ; ia men at sul !i niirb Cantilacharj Uut J wliKtAvr m II . V ..,.. K-Vl. IJn'ft.lr; 'wtau- K T" .vwtm.au K'rr 1 1 with their V4bt WE cers loaned themselves to the creation of that temporary panic. Doubtless they thought they could control tho panic thus created ; but chil dren mnst not play with edged tools and tho parties alluded to begin to discover tho ap preciation of the adage. Well, they had their ante-election panic; and no doubt all concerned in it made money, and then suffered things to resume their usual position In order to realize the fruits of their ill gotten gains. After Lln- oin s election was Known, ana aoutu Carolina reclaimed," her determination to break up a overnment sne coma not rule, the panic- akeril crarnlv flAtprminmt ttiAC rtnnthcr 'rlnfm' ould do no harm; but vield a rtcb narvest. and t the samejtime1 injur the idcomlfjg.Admfii- 'iv. inov resonea uus oia calr losrfis.Vwhtch'walaxi , JbeeoVsoBrf Weeks sial iittca-i 'meiwaotSJsvsteas. OfCI tikni prbhi 'call loans oy Danu is one otooomina- kb i 'and we indulge the libpe that the'-nnxt Libit anv auch oractlce in future. Astound- lint as it Way appear, as a rule, one-eighth of Ml (the loans made by the banks of this oity, or ut btteeh millions ot dollars, ore made on are known as ' call loans ' and the reader, this lact in his possession, win at once tve how easv it is, in the wielding of this (enormous lever, to create a panic whenever a Iua4ie is desirable, and outside teanses favor inch proceeding. (J no of our Banks had a 'otk of this nature with one of onr most sub stantial houses upon a favorite stock. Last iresk he was notified to pay -pp. He called it he) bank, and demanded to Know it au was renkired, lOne half was peremptorily demand dandbbwas told to be ready with the ba) ititp this teek I He resented this treatment ; mi preferring to meet a loss to enduring tho '(libearirK manner of the bank officer, he ynrcmntly old the Btock at the board, and be lU( three) o'clock paid his loan. Of course, bis atoijk wasj saennced, ilut that was not all. Bw bein)jj compelled thus to torce. $100,000 of d:je Btock upon the market, necessarily forced 'dawn that Jtock, and, others fell from sympathy. In the mian timo, other ' call loans ' peremp torily dem inded, forced other borrowers to tho same resc i, More and other stocks are thus lorced up n a falling market ; and then com menced j mic No. 2. Now, steps in a bank cloiely cc mected with the Sooth, backed by several oiler institutions desirous of augment ing the, msgoitude of the South Carolina move ment, and, by curtailing its discounts increases its specif) Hue more than a hundred per cent. Everybody knows, thaf if one or two, banks thus curtiil, others aro compelled to follQW suit or lose their specie ; and, consequently,' such Is the nature of our banking system, that three or four banks of UnrecaailaLif under the control. ofjWeakjfTecUeasociBComnetent officers, may I pf ,any moment produoe a panie 'such Mi'J tJAlOIO. JLUVJ UCiVaUUIJ IA VUh.l IUQ1K U19' copnta aDd,. increase their .specie line; and straightway, in 'telf-dafence, the other, banks are compelled to adqpt a similar policy. And that is precisely our present position. With out any earthly object except to injure in ad vance the Administration of Lincoln, and to prey upon the weak, this crusade against stocks and credit of every kind was commenced by reckless men, whp, in their ignorance of mone tary affairs, foolishly supposed they could con trol the panie about to be created, whenever it had answered thoir purpose. They find, pow, however, that it is easier to create excitement that to allay it that those who have raised the whirlwind cannot control it; and now, alarmed at their own work, they throw themselves upon the greater resources and mora practical'tal cnts of their neighbors." REM.ARrU.BLE REANIMATION, Dr. Chirchtos, physician of the Emperor of Russia, related that a young girl in the, Service of the Prince of- , who had for somo timo kept hsrbed with a nervous affection, at length, to all appearance, was deprived of life. Her fact( had all the characters of death ; her body was perfectly cold and every other symptom of death was manifested. She was removed into another room, and placed in a coffin. On the day I fued for her funeral, hymns, according to tie custom of the country, were sung before the door ; but, at the very moment Hhey were going to nail down the coffin, a perspiration was seen upon her skin, and in a law minutes it) was succeeded by a convulsive motion in the i .nanus unu letu, m u lew uunuieo nut) upuueu her eyes, and uttered a piercing scream. Tho faculty were called instantly in, and in a few "avs her health was re established. The aTcount which she gave of her situation was extremely curious, She said she appeared I Ato dream that she was dead, but she was sensl V ble to everything that was passing around her, ana qistincuy neara ner menus oewau ner dp&th j she felt them envelop her in the shroud, and place her in the coffin. The sensation gave ner extreme agony, and she attempted to Epeak; but her soul wasnnableto act upon her body. She describes her sensations as very contradictory, as if she was and was not in her Body at the same instant. She attempted in Vain to move hor arms, to open her eyes, to speak. The agony was at its height when she 'heard the funeral hymn, and found that they (were about to nail down the ooffin. The hor. i ror of being buried alive gave a new impulse ' to her mind, which resumed its power over its ana proauceu tne eiiecu which excited the notice of those who were about to, convoy her to a premature grave. Eitropetm paper. FcnsoKAL Security. " Will you do me a j favor?" said young George Brooks to his wealthy menu, oimon uanson. "What is it, George?" said Hanson. "I wish you to lend me a hundred dollars, sir.'' " Call at my counting-house," rejoined Hon- V"- . ,. i Geor ;e was not long in paying his respects, 1 " Wl at security can you give me, young antlec ian t I" My own personal security, sir." '( Vet r 'veil, et in here I " said Hanson, lift. npibe Ild of a large iron chest. in here I" exclaimed Ueorge, in aston. "What tor?" this isthe place where I always keep :.-' , , filme'd that laeer beer is a pleasant Lmachic, anti dyspeptic beverage, but ian, wnu prmca uiiuseu uu uis amep II. ' i. .I... ,1.1a .,..1.. naptvian U)gUBU UlUt, .WIO lV .w."--. ut. to-ton THE DEBATES OF CONQRESS. THE Dally 'Olobij containing the proceedings of the next session of Congress In newspa per form, and the Congressional Olobe and Ap pendix, containing them In book form, revised oy the speakers,' will be printed by me during tne session to commence on the third or next December. For one copy of the Daily Qlobe until the first day of next April, $3 j for one copy of the Con grtiiionat Olobe and Appendix during the ses sion, $3. The Congrtitional Olobe and Appendix go free through the mails. , Na attention will be paid to any order, unless themoney, accompany It, 'WWlP,?5jnl7'Hc'if0 1 r' THE '.tWldtf' WILL "BtAND, NO MATTER j v , ! WDO'fl.PltEaiDENTI T10NSEQDKNTLV;iI shall remain In Wasb vJ lngton, "and continue to pursue my occu pation of HOUSE, SIGN, nd ORNAMENTAL PAINTINO. Gliding In all Its branches. Old Glazing promptly" attended to. Painting and Ornamenting Cottage Furniture la the best stjle. I also call attention to the Painting of Roofs and Brick Walls. All of the abo'fe I will do a cheap as the cheapest.'"! therefore solicit the patronage of my friends and fellow citizens of the District. Punctuality strictly observed, and work done in the best manner, You will plense mind your stops, and stop at M. T. PARKER'S Painting Establishment, No. 63 1 5311 63 11 1 'Louisiana avenue, north side, be tween Sixth and Seventh streets. P, S.' Signs put up free of charge, as usual, nov 20 30AEDINO, By the Day, With, or Month, with or without Jioovu, MRS. M. A. MILLS, having taken and fitted np, In handsome style, that large and pleasant house, No. 504 Pennsylvania avenue, third door east of Third street, between the St. ObarlesiBotel and Adams's Express Office, near the Capitol and railroad depot, is now prepared to accommodate Transient or Permanent Guests with pleasant rooms, with or without Board, nor 20 G. Lj SHERIFF. i, B. DAWSON. SHERIFF & DAWSON, Sealers in Coal, Wood, time, and Sand, "VFFIOE south side of Pennsylvania avenue, -f between Third and Four-and-a-half streets. Wharf and Mill, Four-and-a-half street and Oanal. , Every variety of Coal, Wood, Lime, and Sand, oiaer qcsi qualities, inuuaing diovo ana iun dllog Wood,' constantly on' hand. nov SO N.EWAND SECOND-BND FDRNITnRE AND HQUSE-FURNISniNO. WAREROOMS,, No 485 Tenth itreet, between D and E, Tftthha ion,D. C. TITE nnderslgned keeps on hand everything In the House-Fnrnishln? line. Furniture re paired and Tarnished at short notice, and on rea sonable terms, second-hand Furniture bought, soia, or exenangea. ft nor -20 R. B. RBBYBS, Agent. W. KRZYZANOWSK1, Seventh Street Crockery Depot, 383 Seventh itreet, (under Dortty't Hotel,) " Sijn qj me ruin, iriunuiyian, jj. v. CnOOKKRY, aiass, OuUery, Coal-Olt Lamps ' Kerosene and Coal Oil, at lowut prices, nov 20 JOHN R. ELVANS, 309 PENNSYLVANIA- AVENUE, Between Ninth and Tenth tlreets, DULxa in COACH AND CABINET HARDWARE, BAR-IRON, STEEL, &o. SiaN or tub Asm and JUuueh. nov 20 lmeod. BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY. THE subscriber has the pleasure of Informing his friends and former customers that he Is engaged In the Boot and Shoe manufacturing Dustness, w(ui an entire new stock, such as Meliei' French Shoes, Gaiters, Slippers, Pumps, ho., with a superior stock of Lemoines' French Calf-skins, and all other materials for the manu facture of Gentlmen't fine Bool and Sheet, pur chased for Cash, and will be made up by the best workmen, and sold at the Lowut Caih Fruei,for Cath only. To my former patrons, It Is useless to say any thing of my qualifications for the business I haro ajaln embarked in. To them, and the public generally, I will only say, I can at all times be Ir.und at home, and ready to wait on them. The one-price rule will be strictly adhered to. Give me a call. JOHN MILLS, Agent, Fashionable Boot and Shoe-maker, No. 604 Pennsylvania avenue, between the St. Charles Hotel and Adams's Ez- Sress Office, formerly under Brown's otel. P. S. I hare no Interest in, or connection with, any other store than the one I am In, No S04 Pennsylvania avenue. J. M. nov 20 GEUMAN1A HOTEL. JOSEPH GERHARD'S, Germanta Hotel and Restaurant, No. 346 C street, between Four-and-a-half and Sixth streets, nov 26 WINTKU FUEL. ON hand and ror gale a large supply of RED ASH COAL, WHITE ASH COAL, LYKENS VALLEY COAL. PINK WOOD, OAK WOOD, HICKORY WOOD. Terms cash, ac prices reasonable. R. W. BURR, nor 26 4t Corner Seventh st. and Mass. av. BOOKBINDING. GEORGE P. GOFF, Bookbinder, Corner Indiana avenue and Second street, nov 26 Washington, D. O. E. WHEELEB, laiiiT ron Tni sxli or AxznicAif and romias HARDWARE. No. 07 Louhiana av., opposite Bank of Washington. B AR, Sheet, and Hoop Iron; Horse-shoe Iron, 1 Norwav Nail Rods. Burden's Patent HoTse Shoes, Horse-shoe Nails ; Cast, Shear, and Blis ter Steel; Anvils, Bellows, and Vices; Sheet Lead, Bar Lead, and Lead Pipe; Leaded Roof ing Tin ; Bright Tin of all kinds ; Block Tin, &inc, ana uopper; iron, urass, ana uopper wire. Carriage Bows and Curtain Canvas, Hubs. Spokes, Rims, and Axles, Locks, Hinges, Screws, Nails, Brads, Sash Weights, Sash Cord, Pulleys, rianes, aaws, uniseis, rues, uonng and Mortice Machines, and Grinds tones,Axes,Shovels,Spades, lUkf s, Forks, 4c DEPOT FOR PLANT'S NEW PATENT BLIND HINGE. All at the lowest prices for Cash, or to punc tual customers on short credit. nor 20 FURNITURE! FURNITURE! OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, MATS, 4c. QEEATLT EEDUCED PRICES ! I BENTS LOW GOODS SELL OUEAPI Small Fronts ! ! CLOSING OUT TEE WHOLE ST0CKI1! PARLOR SETS, in Brocatelle and Hair; Tete-a-tetes, Sofas, Chairs, and Rockers ; Marble-top Tables, Wasbstands, and Bureaus; Handsome Sets Chamber Furniture, Wardrobes, Sideboards, Mattrasses, &c, all kinds and styles of Bedsteads In short, a general assortment of Parlor, Chamber, Dining Room, and Kitchen Furniture, to be sold not only a4 low, but a little lower than any other house in the District. Please call and examine, and we will make the prices to suit, at BROWN'S, 3C0 Seventh street, near Northern Market, nov 26 Iw By Wall & Barnard, Auctioneers, Washington, D. O. P03ITIVE SALE of a Valuable Farm, Slaves, Stock, Crops, 4c, In Prince George's county, Maryland, at Publlo Auction. On Wednesday, the 12th of December next, on the premises, we will sell that Valuable Farm known as a " Part of Greenwood Park Enlarged," on the Marl borough road, three miles from the Old Fields, nine miles from Washington .id about tbe same distance from Alexandria, upon which Daniel R. Wall now resides, and adjoining the farms of the late Dr. David Graufurd, Albert B. Berry, and the late Zacbariah B. Belli, containing Two Hundred and Twelve Acres. The Farm is divided Into four fields, and a sufficient Wood and Timber Lot. Each field Is watered, and in a high, state of cultivation. The soli is of a rich, darkloam, and very productive for Tobacco and G,ralu. The land it unsurpassed by any In tbe county, and the situation perfectly healthy. Tbe improvements consist of a new and com fortable Frame Dwelling, Barns, Stables, Corn House, Ice House, Negro Quarters, Ac; also, a Pump of Water near the door. The farm will be sold at 12 o'clock M., on tbe following terms : One fourth cash ; the balance In twelve, eighteen, and twenty-four months, with Interest; a deed given, and a deed of trust taken to secure the deferred payments. Immediately after the sale of Land, we will sell Two Valuable Slaves, one a good Carpenter; six work and carriage Horses, two Carriages and Harness, Cattle, Hogs, Farming Utensils and Im plements, Ox Cart, Ace, 4c. Also, Five Hundred Barrels of Corn, and other Produce and Provender. ' TERMS: Twenty-five dollars, cash ; over that amount, a credit of four months for Baltimore ac ceptances. Interest added. This sale will offer an opportunity rarely oc curring to procure one of the best farms la the county, aud which will be sold only oa account of the owner's removing to town. WALL 4 BARNARD, Auctioneers, Corner Pa. avenue and Ninth street, nov 2G-co(s Washington, D. C. D. J. BISHOP'S American and European Newspaper, Magazine, Re view, Periodical, and CHEAP PUBLICATION DEPOT, No. 210 Pennsylvania avenue, between Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets, and at Newspaper Stand in tht Hall of Willards' Hotel. A1EW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, AND BAL 1N TIMORE DAILY PAPERS received on day of publication, and for sale at Store, and at the Newspaper Stand In Willards' Hotel, or will be promptly delivered Immediately upon their arrival at the residence of subscribers. Boston Dally Papers received morning after the day of publication. All the principal Weekly Newspapers, Monthly Magazines, and Reviews, received as soon as published, and for sale by single copies, or fur nished to subscribers. European Newspapers, Magazines, and Re views, received immediately upon the arrival of the steamer, and for sale at Store and Hotel, or will be promptly delivered to subscribers. All the new publications of the day received and for sale as soon as published. A complete assortment of Blank Books, Letter and Noie Paper, Envelopes, Stationery, Fancy Articles, 4c A superior quality of Playing Cards constant ly on hand at lowest prices. nov 26 2w GAS FIXTURES! THE BEST ASSORTMENT EVER OFFERED IN THIS OITY. THOSE who desire to select from new patterns, with tbe advantage of a reduction la prices, will call early and examine. We would also call the attention of persons about Introducing gas Into their dwellings to our increased facilities, and consequent low prices, for this branch of our trade. Inviting all who desiro their work done promptly, and free from gas leakages, to call at 263 Pennsylvania avenue, between Tenth and Eleventh streets, south side. nov 26 J. W. THOMPSON & CO. GOSHEN BUTTER AND CHEESE. I WILL have ia store la a day or two Choice GOSHEN BUITER and CHKESE, of as fine quality as can be had, to which I invite the at tention of purchasers. JESSE B. WILSON, 337 Pa. av., between Sixth and Seventh nov 26 streets, south side. HALL 4 WHITE, MACHINISTS, STEAM ENGINE BUILDERS, a as IRON BAILING MANUFACTURERS, No! 23 Maine avenue, between Four-and-a-half and Sixth streets, Washington, D. O. nov 20 SUITABLE FOP. PRESENTSI LAMM0ND. 484 Seventh street, has now In store a large and beautiful collection of Fancy Notions and Toys, and at extremely Low Prices, for Cash Only I nor 26 FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! I HAVE now ready for exhibition and sale my stock of FURS, to which I invite the atten tion of the ladles. I have taken great care In tbe selection, and feel assured they are unsur passed In quality, style, and workmanship. The assortment consists of all the most fashionable kinds. Hudson's Bay Sable, Canada Sable, Stone Marten, Royal Ermine, Russian Fitch, Siberian Squirrel, and many other varieties. FUR of all kinds for trimming, A large assortment of CHILDREN'S FURS, Also, A fine variety of CAUUIAGE ROBES. I solicit a call from tbe ladles, and every effort will be made to please. All Furs sold by their real names, and war ranted to bo as represented. JAMES Y. DAVIS, nov 26 late Todd 4 Co. NO MORE 8ECESSI0N OR GRUMBLING About your Gas bills, when Champion's Patent Gas-Saver will reduce them from twenty to fifty per cent., as it did in the United States Patent Office. Orders left at Ellis Brothers Iron Works and Schnelder'aBrass Works, Washington, D. 0., will receive prompt attention. nov 26 THOMAS CHAMPION. LEONARD SCOTT & CO.'S REPRINT OF THE BRITISH REVIEWS AND BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE. LEONARD SCOTT 4 CO., New York, con tinue to publish the following leading Brit ish Periodicals, viz : 1. The London Quarterly, (Conservative.) 2. The Edinburgh Review, (Whig.) 3. The North British Review, (Free Church.) 4. The Westminster Review, (Liberal.) 0. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, (Tory.) These Periodicals ably represent the three great political parties of Great Britain Whig, Tory, and Radical but politics forms only one feature of their character. 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When sent by mall, the Postage to any part of the United States will be but tucnty-four cents a year for " Blackwood," and but fourteen cents a year for each of the Reviews. N. B. The price in Great Britain of the five Periodicals above named is $31 per annum. Remittances for any of the above publications should always be addressed, post paid, to the publishers, LEONARD SCOTT 4; CO., nov 26 No. 54 Gold street, New York. MACKEREL. I HAVE in store large and fat No. 1 MACK. EREL. JESSE B. WILSON, nov 26 G. W. GOODALL, Plumbor and Gas and Steam Fitter, (64 Seventh street, near Canal Bridge Washington. ALL orders executed at the shortest notice, la the most substantial manner, and on rea sonable terms. Personal attention given to every department of the business. nor 26 NEW CROP FRUITS, Ac. I HAVE In store and am receiving from the Northern markets New Crop Layer RAISINS, in whole, half, and quarter boxes; Malaga Bench Raisins, in whole, half, and quarter boxes: New Crop CITRON, CURRANTS, FIGS, FILBERTS, BRAZIL'SUTS, ENGLISH WALNUTS, ALMONDS, CRANBBRR1BS, e.l All of which will be sold as low as can, be had. JESSE B. WILSON, 327 Pa. av., between Sixth and Seventh nov 26 streets, south side. WHY IS IT THAT STINEMBTZ, the Hatter, Is always busy, and not beard croaking about dull times? Because be sells the best articles at the lowest cash prices. t&r Just opened New styles Gents DRESS HATS. Do. Soft HATS and CAPS. Misses' JOCKEY HATS, Tttmmed and Un trimmed. F TJ K SI F V E Sll For ladies and children, my assortment is now larger than ever. FUR TRIMMINGS 25 to 35 cents per yard. B. II. STINEMETZ, 236 Pennsylvania avenue, near corner nor 26 Thirteenth street. , HENRY JANNEY, No. 343 Pennsylvania avenue, between Sixth and Seventh streets, Washington, D. C, MANUFACTURER OF GENTLEMEN'S FASHIONABLE BOOTS, k SHOES, HAS at all times a sufficient force of the most experienced hands to mako promptly to or der every variety of work in bis line. He has on his shelves a very good supply of work of his own make. Also, a general supply of Northern work, direct from the Manufacturers, as weU as from Auction, and assures the public that no house in this oi nny other city can supply, WHOLE SALE or RETAIL, af lower rates. nor 26 SEVENTH WABD TRIUMPHANT 1 Boots and Shoes Lower than the Lowest MEN'S Scotch-bottom BOOTS, cheaper than can be made In town. Youth's Boots as low as $1 per pair. Boys' Boots, $1,25. Youths' S'iocs, from 50 te 62 cents. Boys' at 75 cents. Hen's Shoes as low as $1 per pair. Women's Heeled Boots at $1.25. Misses' Shanghai Boots at $1. Also, a large lot of Shoes and Boots of domestic manufacture. Call and examine. JAMES H. LUSBY, Maryland avenne, between Four-and-a-half nov 26 ' and Sixth streets, (Island.) NO SECESSION!!! Compromise between the North and the South the Obnoxious Liberty BUI will be Repealed, eo that the South can carry her Prop erty into all the Statu and Territories in the Union! THE undersigned has Just received a new lot of Smoking Tobacco from Louisiana, by the name of Perique, which is said to be the best ever manufactured. Also, some of the most favorite brands of Cigars that can be obtained, snch as La Perla de Santiago Conchas, Regalia Brilannica, Figaro Regalia, Conchas, Figaro, Ks panola, Punch, Pruebese Regalia, Cabanas, Pal mito, 4c, 4c, 4c, for sole, wholesale and retail. N. B, A fine lot of Meerschaum Pipes and Smokers kept constantly oa hand. An early call is solicited. JOHN C. BACHER, No. 234 Pennsylvania avenue, near corner nor 26 Thirteenth street. JOHN LANGE, Practical Chronometer, Clod, and Watch-maker, 437 Seventh street, bet. G and H, lnforms his customers and the pub lic in general, that be has Just re oeived a fine stock of Gold Patent and Detached Levers, Leplne, Duplex, and other Watches; also, fine F.encJb :Ss. JewertTp 4o. Attends promp'-'y to the Repairing of fine Watches, Clocks, aul Jewelry. nov 26 lm T. D. KOLB'S BAtSAMIO LUNO IN V1G ORATOR. A CERTAIN CURE for Coughs, Co ds, Affec tions of the Throat and Lungs. A trial will male every one its friend, being agreeable to tike, and certain to cure. Price 50 cents. For sale by Messrs. Oilman, Stott, Clark, Wright, Nairn, Ford, Kidwell, Thompson, Ridge ly, Moore, Major, 4c. , nov 26 Chartered by Congress. THE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COM PANY OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA offers to the Property Owners of the District tbe cheapest and as safe means of Insurance against Loss by Fire, as any other Company, as will ap dear by an examination of Its principles Tbe fact that all of the Insurance Companies of the District are declaring large dividends to their stockholders, at once shows the great profit on their premiums, and the consequent saving to persons insuring with this Company, ULYSSES WARD, President. CHARLES WILSON, Secretary. MATHKW G. EMERY, Treasurer. KAHAOSKS. ULYSSES WARD, JOHN VAN RISW1CK, JOHN DICKSON, MATHEW G. EMERY, T. J. MAGRUDER, J. 0. McKELDEN, CHARLES WILSON. Office adjoining (north) the Bank of Wash ington, nov 20 x HAMS I HAMS 1 1 I HAVE In store Maryland New HAMS, sugar cured, prepared for family nse. ' JESSE B. WILSON. 327 Pa. av., between Sixth and Seventh, nov 26. streets, south, aide. THOMAS A GRAY; n- fashiqnabletAor. 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