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THE SENTINEL.
11EN.IAMI . F. V. Al>')l,
Grnrfjdrr-.i , />. ('. itt our nitfieri; l. 1 -
gent for nearing subscriptions and l
advt Hist. tnt Me.
it; ’ Tlic following is from t!io p-n i.,"
th i author of the article upon tli ■ same
subject published bj us last week :
AVo have, in our previous i us, ven
tured to offer to the Committee on ll lu
ention porno consideratioiia which, we
trust, if they should be hre.uprht to their
notice, they will consider as n other iui
-5u lut nor obtrusive Tip y .re offered j
in good faith and under the full convic
tion that they embrace matt' rs of vital
importance to th ■ ui-e.-p uf anv ,-\ tern
of education. What the 'tote of Mary
land wants is an educational law that
will work well. She has laws enough
now of a contrary character, which are
dead letters on hTr statute books. AVe
desire no more of them.
Having then this grand object in view
the committee cannot he too careful. A
system of haws which might work well
in the New Ihighmd Stales, or in Nov,
York, might not succeed with us. The
comparative .par.-ene -s of our population
may present serious obstacles to the
smooth motion of a beautiful theoretical
plan, which would suit the compact set
tlements of some more favored region.
AVe think, however, that an cflcetiw
system should have, in addition to the
characteristics, absolutely essential char
acteristics, pointed out iu our last week's
issue, some general principles, like tin
following:
Ist. There should he in each county a
division of the schools, into priuoirg or
prrpnruturg, eomnion and high schools.
The first should be the most numerous,
at least, one within every live miles
square, for children, say from five to
nine years of age, to lie taught, if possi
ble exclusively by females. The com
mon school, or grammar school, should
be composed of tin.-e who have pa - d
through tin* preparatory schools. Th
course of education should be a good
thorough English one, embracing among
other matters, instruction iu the prim i
ples of agriculture. There should be
one of these schools in each political
district in each county. They should be
under the care of men of good moral
character, sound scholarship, and apt
ness in teaching. Then conies the high
school or a ad, my. This should he the
college for the pi oplc. In this, instruc
tion of the highest grade should bn pos
sible. Each should have a gbod library,
works of science and art, as well as of
general literature; a miiicralogical cabi
net, chemical apparatus, collections in
natural history; and instructions in tin
matters should b- secured, c-p daily iu
chemistry as applied to agriculture.—
This addition of the high school, or
academy, to the common school system
• we think very important. The Elate is
bound to put th- means of education
within the reach of all, and we can con
ceive no reason why that education
should he n i'ndrd to the grammar
school. Should any desire more eleva
ted advantages, they should be afforded
to him. The high school will, or ought
to furnish these, and will become the
keystone to the arch.
-J. In many portions of our county,
and we presume the same may be said
of other parts of tin; State, there is, and
lies been, a strong .desire to have and
keep up good schools. Hut the great
difficulty has been to find good teachers.
Strolling ones can bo obtained, it is true,
whose services may be secured at “almost
nothing," and dreadfully dear at that;
but such are not what is needed. A
Noiimal School, therefore, should con
stitute one of the features of a common
school system. Such schools exist in I
Mn-oaehii:. tts. Connecticut, and New!
A ork. and perhaps in other States, and I
have been att nded with the happiest re
sults. To this school, endowed liberally ■
by the Suite, and doubtless, also bv in
dividual hem faction.-', under the gui
dance of a body sf eminent Professors,
should reset all who intend to make
teaching a profession. A diploma or
certificate of this institution should as
noon as practicable be a necessary and !
sufficient evidence of the fitness of all j
candidates of either sex, for a posiihm 1
. as teacher in any of our common schools.
Arkansas Wk.uubr.—A gentleman
* at Camden, Ark., thus graphically writes
of the weather in that region:
It is so confoundedly cold that I can
s, 'an cly write. I am fairly freezing.
’I bought may breathe, but there are no
chnice for “ words that burn,” where
with to warm oue’s self in this meril s.
Weather. Ido believo this must be the
coldest place, just now, on this side of
poor Johu Franklin's remains. The
river is frozm over ; foot passengers are
Crossing on the ice, audotiiers not at all.
Stock arc freezing to death in numbers
all around us, and 1 verily believe (al
most!) that we shall lorn seed of every
thing in the poultry lino The ther
mometer for iho greater part of the time
range at about fftl to ’_!'i degrees below
the freezing paint. I writs this with the
inkstand on the hearth, a leg blanket
over my bead, and both feet in the fire!
t -u-g-gdi-h! t can’t go any more.
Kri'fccT os the AVkatiiki;. A cor
respondent of the South-Side Ib'llloeJot,
writing from Amelia Court House, Yu.,
s. • -:
“Tf this weather continu s much
longer 1 fear half the stock will nebislly
tVeez " to death : many of them have ol
r.i ly did, and the balance leave their
tails anil cars frost bitten. It will take
double the usualy quantity of provisions
10 servo this winter. 'There was not
more than half crops of fodder seeui d,
and cun was worth four dollars | r
rel in ilcceuib. r la ;i. I pre m. 1 it
could not bo purchased now at live dol
lars per barrel.”
Lancasti u City. Pa., Fob.s. The
municipal election to-day leu- result' d in
the defeat of th- Know-nothings. J'lin;-
marmaii. the dcinoctaric candidal r
Mayor, beats Albright, know nothing,
over 300 voles.
The Democracy of Maryland.
At a meeting of the Democratic mem
i hers of the E-gh htturi; of Maryland,;
hold at the city of Annapolis, January!
JO, 1855, AVdiliam I>. Roberta, of Talbot I
| enunty, was called to the chair, and I<\ i
• ; H. Tower, of Allegany county, appointed !
s eretary. The following resolutions i
were unanimously adopted, and ordered .
I j iio published :
Ji< •< That the organization of sc- 1
| crot associations for the accomplishment ’
j of political purposes, binding theirmcm-!
Ijois by oaths or pledges to the mutual
j support of each other, and to a common
| obedience to the authority of the asso- j
I elation to which they belong, is repug- !■
| mint to the institutions of a republican
i government, inconsistent with the digni
ty of its citizens, and dangerous to its
prosperity and ils p rmainmry.
Rc.vthcd, That freedom of conscience
. is an essential element of the liberty of
our country : and every attempt to visit
, upon any el i sof its citizen* tlio degra
dation of civil disability on account ofj
I religious opinions is a direct attack upon ;
. a vital principle of the government,
Rcsolval, That wo congratulate the j
, country upon tho administration of;
, Eiauklin l’ierce, I’i- si lent of the "United
I States; and in the history of his admin
istration, in connexion with the history of
the adininistrati jii immediately preceding
. it, wo recognize the policy of the federal
, government as finally established and a ■-
. quiesced in upon those subjects which
heretofore formed tho issues of the two
gr at |'‘>!iiieal parties.
Rrsnl That we most cordially np
, prove and commend the high and iligui
. lie 1 piVitdon I'resident Fierce has as- j
sumed, and which, together with him, !
the Democratic party of tho Union has !
taken, iu defence of the rights secured to
, 1 the various sections of our country under j
. j the federal constitution, in support of the
| principles the Kan.-as-N'elc.a-ka bill,
['and in patriotic and unwavering opp.e-i
--! I tion to all secret political a— eiaUims,
. j and to all organizations attempting, i ith-
I j or directly or indirectly, t.i impair the
. | sacred privilege of liberty of con -i-icnec,
. j te abridge the equal rig ht oft li - p ople I
, j of this country by an arbitrary, unju.-t, 1
I j and unconstitutional discrimination be-!
,! tween tile native-born and the naturalized J
j citizen: and will maintain, in ils pres, ut
organization, the integrity of that party, ' 1
as the only party now in the country
whose organization is national, ‘who.-o ; 1
principles are in accordance with the '
i federal constitution, and whose purposes !
! are patriotic and just; an lin tlii i high '
■ political duty we unite all good citizen
to co-operate with us.
fib ''A''/. That, whilst wc sincerely I
regia t the delay iu the organization of
the House of U.-prcsentativi s of the ■
( nited States, we cannot withhold the
, commendation justly due to the Demo-;'
eratie members of that body for their!:
, firm and unwavering adherence to the 1
, national and patriotic principle pro-A
. claimed by them iu their iv*>luti.>ii of; i
Ibe In ! day of December last; and rclv ! <
upon i'.n ir high intelligence and known i
. patriotism for a steady perseverance in j
i the sanic open, direct, and unwavering i
policy they have hitherto pursued; if. 1
tactions iu that body should unhappily, I
:ti!l further delay its organization, they, ;
at least, cannot be c n airahle.
Juror, /. That the patriotic course!
pursued by General Thomas F. Bowie!
and Hon. liana"-' A. Stewart, two of our' j
rejircs litative- in Congress, meets our l
cordial approval.
U'-riJn'il, That Governor Ligon ha' ,
proved himself w i thyoftho confidence '
unidi ta- peopl.i ut Maryland have re- 1
posed iu him ; in him our State lias a j '
: faithful public servant and a fearless de- i 1
fbudor ot the civil an 1 religious rights ‘
and privileges of her citizens.
A\ di. I). ItOEEIITS, Chairman.
F. B. Tower, Secretary. ‘
I Mo.VI'M EXT 'i'll THE SiiINKUS OF THE
Declaration of Independence. —The ‘
I hill asking tho co-operation of the old ,
I hirtecn States, in the movement to
erect a monument iu Independence,!
Square, to commemorate the Declaration 1
oi Indepcnd'. nee, and tho glorious results i 1
I *bat flowed from that hold and daring 1
act mi the part of the Colonies, is now !
before our Legislature, and we sincerely
I hops i: will bo promptly taken up and
| passed. AVe nee! not enter into a long!
, article to show why Maryland should
; unite with her sister States of the Old j
i Thirteen in this patriotic movement. AVo i
are but paying a debt of gratitude, due
jto the illu-trious men of tho dark and 1
perilous days of the Devolution—’tin a
debt due to our Carroll, l’aea, Stone,;
; t base, and a host of others, who have
• all “passe 1 to the spirit land,” but have
I left I- lis the rich inheritance of liberty
and independence. Let us be prompt iu
'! this movement, and show that we are!
. ; not only willing but eager to unite iu
Cj aV movement to perpetuate the memory
of those great men. AVe see that the
! Senate committee of the Virginia Lcgis
j lnture has reported a Dili pledging Vir
- 1 gillia to co-operate. -Situ.
> A I mil M \ AND Devnsvevama.—lt has
already Teen state l that James Diirsuns, !
, jr., a citizen ui 11 ni:ijhire fount y, la..
' | was arrested in lll.iir county, l'cnnsvL'
j vnnia, and held to bail on tiie charge of
kidnapping. This caused no little os
| citement in Virginia, and the Legislature!
, i authorized the iippointuicnl of a coni-:
\ mis:inner to nttemi tlic trial. Mr. J.
i U. i ticker was accordingly appointed.
I lilt trial came on at Huilidavsburg on
I burs lav last, when Air. C. J. Faulkner
■ also app, ared fur Mr. I’an , ns. AV.
■ now learn that Mr. D. was acquitted, a !
n ,-ult will, b the judge, the bar, mid a
t large crowd -f ~.p etatora approved. AVe
, mi lev land that the difficulty in this case '
. arise from the fact that Mr' P. attempt- i
t cd to arrest his nin Ir’s slave without in-!
. yaking the ml of the W. The charge!
,'t Iviunappuig li as tho c ’ic y,, uenec of
this mui-cnnpliaiiee with le;.al Yi-mg I
2 , The slave has not 1 o n recovi red.
1 i -... .
- ,T <' A fi'lhnv “out AA’cst,” being mk-d
i' ■ 'vlut mad * him ball, ipliel that'“the
. j girls ha ! pulled his hair -a pulling him ■
j into their windows.”
1 •
m iiiii in
FOR SALE.
f *ribcr offers at private gale. ■
-fi- the following
TRACTS G” LA^D.
ci. S. Y ntainingfiOd’
ACRES OF LAND, lying about two
miles from the Chesapeake and Ohio
Canal: the same distance from I’oolosville,
and 2A or,” from Si n-ea Mills.
, e THE iiupiMvemenis arc a com-
Oelakle LOO DAVKLT.INO
jjjjij v house. Kiteh n, vie:
■- ■ &c ■; a well t>f water in tho
yard, Yc.
Xo. 4, Fa ran. containing lfi ’’
ACHES, beautifully wood. 1 with tin.
Clic.-nut timber, a sVr am of never failing
water runs through this farm, and seve
ral very tine springs of most excellent
water. It is situated on tho public road
leading from Barncsville to I’oolcsville ;
1 it is four miles from tho Mouth of VIo
; nocaey— to Poolesville.
Vit). 3. This is a detached AA’OOD
! LOT, being distant from the home-farm 1
i - miles, and containing 15 ACHES.
-3. fs the subscriber's r -ideiu >.
There arc iii this tract 800 At EES t ■ p
LAND, To of which is wood, the whole
, under excellent fencing, mostly of Stone
and Post and Hail. (Locust Posts and
( he-'iuit rails.) Tiiis farm is in an ex
j cedent state of euitivation, and lia
sevcral Orchards of choice fruit.
/ T’.jL THE improi • nts art •
slant in I SToNEDWELLINtI.
~ - A 'L, (rci -ml v built) two stories high
and a basement, Barn, Stabling. Over- •
; seer's House, M< atliousejkirnb'iu-.'. Ice- ,
! hon e. Doultryhouse;. Ne. \,*. There!
! are several rings of water, and running
‘reams on tlii; firm. All of which
i land will be sold a great bargain if im
mediate application bo made to the sub
scriber, near Daw.-onsville, Montgomery '
county, Maryland.
NICHOLAS BREAA'EIt.
dec 1 s—lt
[Kational Tnl-Hi;, rnrer, will nultlisli weekly. |
four tim'-s, anil - nd Lilt to ttic suLscriber.]
FOB SALE,
\ SMALL FAKM OF ABOUT
A ]’()ilT V ACHES, the property
of Paul FMmonston. It. is situated in
Montgomery. Cmtuty, Aid., about 15
miles from TVashington City; a halfi
mile cast of the turnpike leading from
that city to IJrookeville, and aliout six
miies cast, of Hoekville, lying between .
tiie farms of Harrison Bdl, Esq., and
Mrs. R. Holland. Th re i- a small
• _ LOG DWELLE^O,
.•"'!' 1 and Etable upon it; the former
surrounded by a garden on-'
vKKL-! .! by a paling f nee.
There is also Well of excelicnt Water, !
and a small stream running through the i
lower part of lha farm Tho soil is ,
good, and easily improved. Six Acres
in A\ nod; an .Apjile, Peach and (juince
orchard; also a number of very fine!
Plain, Apricot and Cherry trees.
Apply 1° linger Brooke, dun., Esq.,
near the premises, or the owner in
Washington.
cii.MILES ABEIiT, Att’y,
211 U i-trcet, Washington, D. C.
dec 8
Ft 1 : SAJ.A,
IMFUIUMBUB;
IN BIONTGOMEHY COUNTY, HD. j
rff3hc subscriber offern at private sale.!
J-.a VALUMIUJ TJt.WT OF
/.A.YD, situated in the neighborhood of
(lushen, Montgomery County, 1 miles]
from Damascus, and twenty-two miles!
from AVashington City, and I l miles
from the Baltimore and Ohio Hail Hoad,
containing about

of first quality of Montgomery County
Land, well adapt d to the growth of
Tobacco, Wheat, Corn and other drains,
and susceptible of a high state of im
provement. The improvements consist.- 1
of a comfortnkle Log AA’enther-boarded
_ DWELSJNG HOUSE.
Kitchen. Meat House, Corn House, out
House fur servants, 2 Tobacco Houses,
Barn, Stabling, Ac.
The whole Tract is well watered, and
enclosed with good fencing. About (it)
.Veres are in AVnnd. and the iialaiico in
cultivation ; about 10 Acres Wing in fine
I Meadow.
The Tut: ms will be made known on ap
plication to tlic subscriber nr by call: a
• on Patrick O’Neill, Esq., of Frederick. •
or AA’m. Thompson, of R.. in Rockville.
Imincdiiite jmssesslon will be given,
s p B—tf JOSHUA STRAY ART.
LAND FOR SALE.
| A\ ILL sell, at private sale my farm,
a- situated in'limy’s District, Mont-!
1 gomery county, Mil., lying immediately
on the old Hladcnsburg road, within a
very short distance of the Burnt Mills,
i Wtwcen eight and nine miles from AVnsh-!
! ington city, about S miles from Rockville,
I tlic County seat of Montgomery, mid two
j mdes from Colcsvillo,—adjoins the lands
iiow'or formerly owned by Thos. (lit
tings, Nulduin Lull borough, and others,
and contains
EIIHTY AOFIS OF UMH,
This farm is highly susceptible of im
provement —well adapted to the growth I
| of wheat, rye, oats, corn, Ac; lias a fair
proportion of Timber Laud, and is well
watered, there being several springs of
the purest water on it.
JU For Terms, Ac., which will lie i
easy, inquire of M. Fields, Sentinel Of
fice, Rockville, Md.
sep 2 l t tf HAMILTON AV A DE.
CRY GOODS
OF KVi.I.Y lUX miTIOX ON HAXn. !
mol an ill Im* poUI a cry cheap,
i to tliocc \u\\\w: the cash.
\ ilt.lu iion oiTIVE PER (’EXT. will j
| he iu hII ku*is above ten tlollura for ca b.
if p.iiil at the tiuu* ol’ pur. lm.-inu.
Al so.—A a ortment of nil kintla cf
! t* 'otls mmllv k'i<t in a well regulated comi
: ,- *v r i ru, f*r ■'.ilo a? low they can be pur-i
j cbas'Ht < here,
; DAVID H. BOUIC.
- - - ~ r— rr or.
BALTIMORE ADVERTISEMENTS.
; LIDYJrJi], i
V
IVJCU'3
: FORMERLY THREE TUNS TAVERN,
‘V. It. (’•><}<)' J'fuH a til Pc i .V/ .
nALTI3I O R B .
nr..’, v/:. 'Ut .1 i pr‘( !tall) iafi vnis li
i X friends and the public in nor.il, tint he
has taken the above bousp. mid i prepared t;
j ;Acc,.rmu. ;■ all who nn\ favor !■>: : with a
• ftill: li’.s llorSi: is with mam "at ices
and well vcntilatid Ohambcm: bis T. I lib
j will l-e pujiplied with the best the market can
afford. Tuiiv.u Uk vsonAm.n.
( >ouni:lh s sn.wYEx, i
j Hallimorc, Jan. 2’k Propri< !ir. ;
aT. ill. Ccucving Son,
C COMMISSION YilUt HANTS No. IU
j n:\TTsr. \\um;i\ VM/riMoni:
have for F ile at market price :
•VS) Tons No. 1 ]’i lU VIAX GL AXO, t*
! well a" all other descriptions.
Tiiiiotlu,
i USA HESS.
llcnls ( Jnis-, )
They also sell Grain and Country Produce
on commission. jm 2U—3m
; It. D. PORTKR. C. H. HOL’SK.
ROBERT 8. PORTER & GO,
I MPOUTLKS OF IIAUDAVAUK. and dealers !
u. in Macbinc I’indinys. liar Iron ami StroJ. •
. ;1 11 W a.,■: Mill. Pit and ti* < iilarS.iaa.v
Axes. Hatchet:;, Spikes and Nails, Patent llorsu j
! Shoes, Anvils. Vi.vs. Arc.
"A"- Pees A:lloyt's Premium Lea- j
j jb'-T Hand-'. Goodyear s Metallic Packing— j
j Poundry and Smith's Ibdlows.
i v fai n1 . -i t ruas at 78 Pi* ATT ST..
/• j j ■/ j">}p p HD, : . .
TO THE FARMERS
Of Alontgomcry County,
VXD DIMf.KCS IX FAFVIXt, IMIOJi-
M AA 7W.—The undersigned leave j
i most rtsjHctfully to inform all who me deal- j
j iti'4 in or usiru; the above articles, that we arc
, twPassively cn-'a-ed in the inanulhcttire of Ini- |
phnicnJ.s for farmers' use. Havin'; fitted up an !
extt nsive establishment, we are prepared to ex
ecute all ordeis A\it’i n.•at.ness nu<l despatch.
We name a few of the leadinjr articles—vi/.;
Horse Powers ami Wheat Thrashers of th“
! most approved kind-: Wheat Fan.-;: Wheat
| < ’radios ; Ploueh.s. in variety—some new |
fal Improved patterns,
! by ihe farmers who have used them. \Ye would j
i .ill special attention to our new No. 1 anil 2 I
Ghc.vij.eako Ploup.h. which cotnidncs economy |
j and strength, and in its favor wc could pro-j
i tint e some flattering certificates.
Cultlvaiarditfcuciit ji.itterns; Harrows, o' '
; all kind-.; Corn-Situllcrs, for hoi- e ami hand !
j power: Wheat Drills, Shovels, Pork '. Spades. !
| Trace Chains. ; Horse Collars mu 1 lames. I
j S.v,isap;e Cutters and StuUi-rs, M.u iiiue am!
i Pl.i :li Ca.-tlupp', by the quantity or sinele j
j |.im
. 'T-r it HI and Garden Seeds, warranted fresh
] and yoml.
Wc are also A c ents for McCormick*3 Peapor
j Mid Muw'in^Machine, and Montgonu n 's Wheat
Fan.
We would invito all in teres ted *to give ub a
call before parch >sin z elsewhere.
CUTTIN Gil A M k JO! I XS( )N,
No. r.O Pratt St. Wh irf,
Cor. llollinpMVortli St., Riltiniuro.
| f. b 2—l2m
, -
! CHARLES It ICE. THOMAS NORRIS. '
RICE & NORRIS,
!q ,TA.\ FF.\( iT Pl-dO’ and Dealers in A G
i i?X liicri/mtA L jm/'u;m/:\ts—
'i IC///.V/.A, sj:i:j)s, gi \xn, ,w.. N. a
■-** A4S Lp.ht S'r i. n-ar Pratt. P. vltimoue.
Jiovsc Power-, Thrashing Machines, Scott's
Little (Plant Corn and Cob Crushers. Straw
• mu! Stalk Cutter:-, Portable Corn and Flour
Mill l . Smut Machines, Wheat Fans. Wheat ami
Si cd Drils. llav Pit -< -l Vegetable Cult r-.
P: i tableCiihi-Ytilisa'.cl i* es." ', Hay and Grain
• Pak' S, On Yoke-t. Dirt Scoops, Harrows, Cul
tivators, Grain Cradles. Plows; all kinds o;
i Far :mg and (;. td< n T ols, kc. ; i ield and
I Gar.len Seeds, Tms ami Plants.
Agents for //• rn :t unri railed Patent
I Pux and Burglar Proof Strfex.
NOP PIS.
I V \y.. v, ;:-..! ’ -,aP j:.:;-:.;-:;*;;;- .a
the Fanners generally to HAY PPFSSiX
HaUimore, Jan. 20—12 m * H. L N.
LEVS PERRY,
SHOE DEAI.KU AND MAXHi’ACTCREn. !
17? and l?Ii Haltimore Struct. Ir-tween :
Li;, lit and Calvert Sts., Halt!more—the most !
perfect nn.l desirable assortment of GOODS to !
lie found in any one House in tin* V. States, j
•W- Ui-tail Floor is provided with every
article that families need: and Country Mcr
■ chants can find on second -Hour, Wholesale de
• parlment, every thing they need, without go-
J ing el 'w here to till up their orders.
: Please call and examine goods.
HaUimore, Jan. 2G-12m LHYI PERRY
6Ar/!UEL CPJLJT,
J[ TAS HEMOVKD to No. 20*2 Haltimore Sf.
u fl. between Ghark-s and St. Paul's Streets.
Raltimoue. where lie is extensively engu -cd in
the manufacture of TR 1 VRMXG J'Rt Xf\ S
in all their variety, for convenience, durabili
ty. kr.
AIso— IIARX/.'SS, which for neatness and
strength i-- unsurpassed: and, also, every vu
riety of S. ! DJ> L RS. lilt ID I,l'S. Sr.; togeth
er with U7 iii\s, srr/ts. trm j:ujx<;
1 / IDS c.; all of uhich is his own nmnu
i facture.
\lso. for sale, in their season, lIVFI' [f 4 o
Rutn:s, if or si: m. i a n. rs. n.v xirrs.
/ A large assortment of DRISKIX(I
j FLASKS, Jan 2<>—l2m
OaTIESS &
D1M.;.".: in fill- \YAT( urs. .TFAYFI
- ri'ri: sil i ’ i:r f<>r a s asd
SFOOXS, dv\, Silver PH:u-1 Ware, P<|A i
; Knives, Pistols, Looking Glasses, Port Monies.
* Yankee and Frenc h Parlor Clocks.
SI 1. 1 DR It II llt /:. from pure coin, nianu
; ractured to order, at wholesale and retail.
Duplex. Ghronomc*tera, Lever, Cvlin
der, and Plain WATtTHIS. A'/.7M/A*A7>
with aecurac and dispateh, at 174 f::.mSr.
between Smith's Maltby House and Light St., I
Uampiork. Md.
N. H.—WOO oz. old Silver wanted,
jan 2G—l2m
SAFES!
■pMriE AXT> liCliliLAß PROOF SAFES.— I
.3- it ia veil known that HiTrinp's Patent
Cliarat>i(m Safe i.. the very host in the world. I
I Till!.-'' ill-want nf a S’i/i I/m 1 is to Ir rrlifl ufut. '
"liquid imri'lmae one of Ilt;i:nixo*s PATiavr.—
This ttnrivallod Safe in auld in italtitnorc lit •
"’dy by this fulisi litnrs, soli agents for tin
St.ite. 'Jlie various sizes kept constnniiy on
11 :; t I" 'll' : . : J. r i,, . <•.-:! Hiu'l ■
I the Champion Safes.
RICE & NORRIS,
Aprlrultural linpleuient mid Se .i -lore,
jwt 20 ia lU'A de Eight s'.. Bf.ltlmora.
FOE SALE,
TIAW, In tween fori\
iiioi flirty-two years of age. I|.
is a good farm hand, mid strong and
healthy. Apply at this olfiyo.
jan 12 tf
Cooking Stove for Sale.
11l .1X EII S 11 -ait—hand COOKIXC. STOVE. !
" hit'll has bei'ii US; d but a short time, nod i
| which 1 will till low. f
j'"' 19 P. H. mine. ;
- T-T- ■ i ■ - i . i p
L‘ htr'ct Advertisements.
S. P. HOOVER’S
IHOII lIdXL
Boot, Shoe, and Trunk
I!STA RI.ISIIMKXT,
Pennsylvania Avenue, bet Ith and 10th St .
Yt ASllr \(i PON, D. C.
I N THIS SPLKNDID liSTADI.ISHMFNT, !
a. which b.> mi >ujk <r iu t!t • Cnited Btat‘ .
juav 1 found, at all times, the most t-.vtensive
stock in 111 is ;t \ of cvcrv stvle and quality of j
LAD! KS. GFN Tl.i:". I N, CHILIHIRN A SKP- 1
\ ANT’S ROOTS ,v SUOI.S; also. TRCNKS, j
, CAHPKT RAGS, YAI.LS!>' SATCHKi S. Ac.
My stock of Fall and \Yimvr Yt ear, recently ,
wkiiul fixun t!ie most ci lebratal manuiacUir-j
! era, is very superior.
1 promise t.- offer unusual inducement;;, and i
| respectfully solicit your pu tn na .o ami intlu-j
j once. S. I*. HOOY Kit. |
i’. s. -400 prs. Coarse llaols at Cost.
Wmshingtcn. Jan. 10, IsMi.
VV. M. BREHfETON,
WilOl tiSAU: AMI HUI'AJL
•iDKKLffiK
<’onjrr ?<0 nsl F Streets,
A\ ASHI.VCTO.V CITY, I>. C.
jan I!>—teat
~ 3, G33UY 9 ”
Fancy and Variety Store,
No. 7th Eti oet, between D and E,
li iSnWQTOX. D. C.
DEAI.ICH in Laces, Embroideries, Millinery
Goods, Perfumery, Hosiery, Glove.-.
Worsteds, Jewelry, &c. Ac. jan 10—12 in
I ! •
A. MEINERS,
CP HOLS TER <(• FA PERN. ! XGER
No. 3c7. 7th St, betwe m band K Sts.
WASIIIXGTOX, I). C.
TAl?* AY ill attend calls in portion of
mery county, at the shortest notice,
jan l‘J —1 2m
I WISH ALL GENTLEMEN who are in want
of IIA VS to hear in mind 1 hat the plan
; which I adopted i.\ montlis ago, of selling
j Hats and Caps at greati\ reduced prices, for
i cash only, is in fucces>ful operation, con.se
! qucutly those who pay # cush have the benefit of
c.;.-.!i, and a.re u- \ cliargcd 23 per cent, extra
profit to oft. ' t bad debts.
The very best and most fashionable DRESS
IIA TS at >3.60, equal to any usually sold at
! and the best S 3 hat south of New Y ork ;
I and a first rate, durable and fashionable lint
: at 52.50.
A full supply of black and brown FELT
I 11A TS. and Children’s Fancy Goods, at very
I low prices.
! Small profit- and quick sales is the motto.
ANTHONY', Practical Jlat’cr,
7th St. near l’enn. Aw, opp. De; v t. •, hotel
YVn.-: '.ingt m city, D. C.
A-Ai" I have made arrangements with one of
j the last Root-makers in Philadelphia to be
j kept constantly supplied with the very best and
; li'o.-i f.tshioimblo French C.iii’-skiri sewed.
iJOOT.S, warranted J icnch ca'f. or il. saie.
which I offer for the miprei edeuhd low price
of S.'Ld'JL 1 have shown them to competent
judges, who pronounce the best Roots for the
price in the Cnited States.
I al.o liivc a splendid sewed GAITER
It DOT, made of the very best French call'!'
-kin patent leathi.r, all of the latest style, for!
$3.50.
<• : ;. i e !i m i; out of tlic question. All 1
n. k i- for gentlemen t.> come and see for llicin
>e;v‘ -. 'i\ nils j ti. itively cash.
N. 15. As for my dot k of Boots, I will bet
> 1 o<) to s ,i) th.it t’i. y are the best Roots at the
price, in a regular way, iu the U. Slate.,,
jan 20 —l2:u
J. R. M’GREGOR,
(.SUCCED.SOII TO T. WHITTLESEY)
DEALER IN
l'nints, Oils, Wimlow tiki :i. Camjiliin.' i
and JEiburial Oil, Lumji.i, Glasses,
Biiislus, Wicks, Clocks, Ac.
63-1 Tta St., tot-.r.cn Lo'ii-'.uir.a Av. at-a O Sts.
WASHINGTON CiTY, I). C,
r jIT !!'.•:.! -liber Ir.tvi:! j Uit '. ucd the toe!
JL of Mr. C. S. Wiirmi u.v. is jrcp:ired !■> :
furnkdi tho ibrmpr of tho hous •, mid j
nil who may give him a call, un the most fa- •
and utti-niiou to the wi ~ s of his friends, to
merit a ;of their patronage.
OILS. WINDOW GLASS,
j Ethereal Oil Raltimoce First
; C.Mnplione Oil Ciic.-iqK-ake
Lin-. <il “ lfttaj o
! Roiled Linseed Oil Holton
| Sperm Oil, Nos. 1, 2 French
! Solar Oil From G-8 a 30—10
j Lard Oil
L" 1 .' I ''/; 1 , uil ULAS.-VVAKK.
( lock od
COLORS. QCbensware.
All kinds, dryAgrotmd Ja lg n - nuJ ,
Artists' Tools A colors , v ‘ '“ re
_ CLOCKS.
or. and . iround. eve- ~
fv variety A " l inec *
Eire l’roo!', &c. warranted^
YAH NISH ES. . , f AMDS-
Ctijail. No. 1 i 2 Solar Lanii'S
JnjKtti, Citn.-h, A-jib id- A”' 1
turn, ic. L' l !“r ll ‘ m ' V“ Ul l' 9
Spirit (r:ts Lamps
imiToimf. Oil Lanipft
I>LI Si IDs. Lantorns. Ac.
Paint. Yaruish.White- Candlesticks, kc.
wash, kc. Lump Shades
Sash Tools, Feather Gag Prop Lights
Dusters, Fly Brushes Stand Li Jits, kc.
sSt" Putty, Resin. Patent Drier, Puniice Stone.
Sand Paper. Oil Cans. Toilet S ts. Painted Tin
Chamber so.*. Matches. Gas Lighters. China
Tea Sets, China Yrsc s, Fancy China (Tips and
Sail! ors, Spice Boxes, Key, Knife and Tumbler
Baskets, Hursia Hair Felt, Glue, &c.
J. R. M'GREGOR.
Washington, Jan. 10, Isjo—y
mmm etgtiey”
I XII -Ac ri ’ll BB .1 M> it ii. 1 1. /ill IX
STOVES m YTfrWAR".
! COUXJiR OF II AXO SETFXi'B STS.
CJ. F.
PARTICT’LAR i.ttentiou paid to ROOFING i
ASD SFOE7TXG , mid nil work in In.
line attended to at the shortest notice.
I jan lt>—l2m
John J. McQuillan,
UNDERTAKER,
EAST SIDE or UK.II STIMItiT,
NEARLY OFPORITR KMIRRST HALL,
CSKOROKTOW.T, S\ C.
Ev" Prompt ntt •ution to J* ITNl T N KIIALS. >
M< nn.ing and every ID ijuiritc furnishetl
1 at all hours. [son B—v
, notice”
i LL (hum' v.k.t | u'oli.i,- l )i'; ;y(v
Jt\- ut the sate of Tlkhum D. Oifutt’’:
personal estate, nnd Imvc tint puM for tlic
! same, arc bcrcbv notili 1 that 1 .-hall
> take 1 gal steps to recover the same, if
not paid on or la fare the Ist day of Feb
ruary next.
SARAH If. OFFUTT,
j Adm'x do bonis non, of
! jan 10 -tf Thome.- L, Oifutt.
District Advertisements!
To (lie People of Montgoim ry County. ;
GREAT BARGAINS!
rililE .subscribers respectfully invite the at-,
I tuition of housekeepers and o'liers of[
Mv'Utgomcrv to thoir huge, complete and well j
I selected stock of-
E2t)Mf-I'’isra!4ins Cloeils,
—SICTI AS —
lirilFArS. SOFAS, BEDSTEADS.
TABLES, CHAINS. LOOKING-GLASSES
CHINA, GLASS & CROCKERY WABE.
Together with every article useful for house
keeper.;; all of which they will guarantee to
.11 cheaper than any other establishment in
j the city of Washington.
Wlu n you visit the city, we respectfully so
licit a call and a coinourison of prices with
j other dealer;. BONTZ COOMBS,
No. 3GB 7th Street, a few doors above
Dorsey's Hotel, Yv’asbiugton, D. C.
jan 19—12 m
J. W. BARNECLO, Ag’t,
DEAI.KU IN
FOr.EiGN & OOMESTtC DRY GOODS,
IJools, I.hocs, riats, Cap.;, Hairnets, Jot;.
Ko. 353'(tli Street, between H and I Tts.
WAMIIXdTOX, i>. C.
TC" X. 11. All articles sold nr* tvarrnntcl
to prove as repriscntcd. jan lb—l3m
T. J. FORREST,
Vlanufacturer of Ladies’ and Gents’
BOOTS, SHOES GAITERS.
—No. *502 Fbsxsvltania Avu.vli:—
North Side, Id ween 12 th ,£• 13 th Sts.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
\LWAVSon hand a very line assortment of
. inv own work, wldoli 1 can warrant to be
of tbc best material aiul workmanship,
jiui 19—12 m
SEASONABLE GOODS.
JOHN ‘
No. liO SItIDaE BT., GEORGETOWN, D C,
HAS received in i dditu n ; > his fer n<r pur
c:liases, a variety of SEASONABLE )
GOODS for tin 1 v. int'T demand, con dating of-
Black :u:.l eol’d SILKS, some Moire nnthiuc :
Gents Frcncii CEoTlis & <’ASSEMBLES
Silk, Satin and Cu dmicre YiCSTINGS
1* BENCH ME KIN OS, all color:', very cheap !
Rich printed and plain .Morn:!in de I.aincs " !
Fluid Mcr'im. and plain Cola : t < !ii.:t j ■
En'.dih k American r. to j;:’-. ’
Warm SHAWLS and COMFORTS
YYhitu and black Satin-. Silk 11;: -ions
Wl.ite Tarletotn and Swius Jlus'.ins
Y\ bite, col d and Ma- k Kid Glows, vervl>c.-t
Yi hitc and black Silk llose, Black S} :a do. j
Black Cashmere, M rino k white C-aton do.
Yv bite and colored Fiannels, all prices
Cents and Ladies’ Under Garments, all kinds !
0 nts whit and < >lored Silk and Lincu Cam
bric Ilandiici t hiefs
k a;id fancy col'd Stocks, Cravatj k Tics •
A'v ith a g't'nor.il as ortment of
BLANKETS. KINSEYS, I'TEEED
GE I HS. SHIFTING & SHEET
ING COTTONS. IRISH LINENS,
TABLE DAMASK, liIJ’KABACK *
AND TOWEi.S, NARivIN:!, t Cc. I
Ail of which he is s' lling VERY CHEAP, |
• . Cash ai
customers are invited to call when in want of '
BARGAINS.
dee 2 3 JOHN 11. SMOOT.
GRAND SKHISITEDtiS. !
At IVo. 307, Seventh Street.
DOORS OI’KN AT 6 O’CLOCK A. hi.
Operations to Comr-.ouco tit 7 o'clock,
when thi: must
MAGNIFICENT STOCK GF
NEW FALL GOODE
I'.fiji i;:.uii;i'ii;
IN THE KOimiKHX LUiEIITIES.!
may lit; . i:kx at
i >“ • HALL’S CHEAP CASH STORE.
! IVrKVKTY.'IiAS (it'll ASStH-'TMI'XT IIRCX
-i-N go complete and cur stuck .-•
j Ihe prevent time, aiul a.' we give our friend -
• ou-tom ru the benefit of the low-priced
I cash system; they may expect iu l.tiv of u • ; •
| least ten per cent, lower than they can oft in ,•
i houses who u.-ll oil long credit, ami ct n.-. pi ig
; !y "u. a it much lurg’-r p.-;,:;; .
■Mow debt;;, which to rome CAteut every Fen it
lau im a mu t product*.
YU- would here name a few of the ETE \
BARGAINS which have just I -a i-.
from tiie NORTHERN AECTIONS and i f-
PORTF.i: x ;
\\ idc l;i..rk S.lk.', 50cent.>:
Mous De E dm g 8 cents, worth 12:
2000 yards very line Mie I.aiiu •. 12 cent ..
worth 25;
Yiu tl \\: le .Merino, 12 ccnt.-g worth 25* 1
1 ii:, H“ Bcrpe, 12 t- n. . vvm ili 25
yard-* pood Calico, 5 ccnt.<;
Second mourning Calico, 8 cent>. worth 12 • !
I'lanl Mu>lius, 12 ctnt- - . worth 25;
Embroidered (’urtain Mu.din, 12t t.-g worth 2‘:
( loth ami SilkMantliUs verv cheap;
Mcrino Mantilla?, only SI 50 ;
I l'ish Linen, 25 ceuts:
- yai • • am • •
B' .A lanclie dei Ginglu m. 12 cent-. • vor;h 18-
Y uni v. hie bk*ached and uublcaclicd Sliirdm
12 cents;
A’- d.u 1 >!.•;;■•!.■ d Sheeting, only 10 cents;
Wool Fiiinncl, only 12 trills;
( anti n Flannel, 8 cents :
Good Bed Ticking. 0 cent.', worth 10;
Apron < hock, 8 cents ;
I iuen Towels, C cents;
Ci.-jinctts. only 25 cents;
Blankets, 50 ceuts;
Ein- ; > very cheap :
Full Cloth for servants, very heavy and!
cheap;
Long Embroidered Undei-slceves. 12 cts.:
Infinite embroidered Bodies, 25 cent 3 worth
Ladies’ black and colored Kid Glovts. 12
cents;
Cotton Gloves, 3 pair for 12 cents;
Ladies’ Cotton Hose, 6 cents ;
Gentlemen's lined Berlin Gloves 12 cent?, j
worth .’’.7 cents;
Gentlemen's fine Silk IMkfs., 25ecnts;
D. col'd border, do., 12 cents ;
Spool Cotton, 12 ceuts per dozen;
; Vests, very cheap;
GcnWmcn's Undershirts, s'7 cents;
l ine Satin Stocks, 50 ccnlsj;
- Silk Cravats, only 25 cents ;
Rich Bonnet Ribbons, as low as 8 cents*
Bonnets, only 37 cents:
Gentle• uen's and Boys Hat- and Cap?, from
12 cents up.
i ThoBOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT!
[ complete, embracing every variety of BOOTS i
I SHOES' and RUBBERS for Ladies, Gentlemen! !
j and Children, many of w hich have been made
| to order, and I will WARRANT THEM To
GIYE SATISFACTION. We hive Ladies'
G..i r* i>w a3“ Cell flippers 3" •.
j ( iiildren s S'hoes 18 cents. Gentle: :cn> R -.,t
- l 50. 80. s Boot : Si. Ladies’ ami Mb - f
OLD STYLE GAITERS AT HALF PRICE.
1 A vary large assortment of Heavy Boot? and
Brogans for servants, very cheap, and warmnt
’ cd not to rip,
I would s y to all CAST! BVVERS vtu.
wish to study economy in these hard timer An !
j look over the above lit md coin pare it with 1
> die prims they have been in the ham? cf j v
* inr. and then v\ e Gi'ri’ully Invite ~i , ; R] i
and exanone our stock, rfosuriujr them n kind
1 reception, prompt attention, and upright nnd
honorable dc.Rlnq.
Puk ha.vers buying to sell araln can obtain i
; any aiticlcthcy may want at Baltimore uric •
R. B. HALL, ‘ * J
No. 373, Seventh street,
Fourth door north of I ??i r-t. i
•“*> Remember the number, 373, fourth J
hou-c above! street, Washing n. D C I
nor lft -2t
1 District Advertisements'
.a, aaiEEfa,
\ ( -b'N ii ER AND' '< g-IM i - -!(y\ MFR
' 1 SrDi/F' "Xg' 1 eSi'rtcte
: I! ASII/A tr/OA dry J) (J
, gg.U'i' ;:, ! .g ; ' r ' *a"fi teniTOM 10'rtninnt
|of X i.W (. KX II l lU'., which be will sell on
\ ' moil reasonable terms. Call and examine
and 1 am sure 1 can please you.
•' - 1 A.< ■. El .Au ti i'•
By Hugh Dowling & Co.
Al’iTI®rT!5J3S!
KbGULAR DAY & EVEIIINQ SALES
rfUIE Bulxscrilicrs, determined to de
-fl- vote I hi: ir whole attention (o t!ie
Am (ion and ( lbisine. ■, respectfully
iiilorr.i the public that the;.- are prepared to re
; g"g' : ! roods cousicned to their core fur s u;o
i at public auction ; that, no exertions on their
j part shall be span d to obtain ihe Lest prices
I ”* r ,: ‘ l ’ sai?? fi? fide ami import! d reproaenta-
I nous ; and as they intend to confine themselves
: :o n Strict cash l i b:tvs unless otherwise 01-
j acred. Il;'"'- s'-uditas ; nods to their sale shall
■ ' ''.bed wii'.i im .■ I' -1 y whrii the poods
aie de itertd to tho buyers. Goods sent to
i,.o"i for evening s.d ; .an lw settled for next
" : -- 1 yobb \i• • Itbir 0". cnii.fs auction'
lot the saie <.f all kinds of merchandise can by
tics means be oi great service to the couunu
wlu.se patron :;:'e is need resjicelfulh te
licited by the pul.iic's obedient si remits.
H’Gii lioivi.ixt; & t o.
„ . Auctioneers.
,®*r Sa •• , and
Friday mo min. s. at lo o'clock, nnd every
evening at 7 ocloek. at the Store, Xo. 53, Var
nnm Huildings. Louisiana avenue, and at all
other times and places where their services aro
required. Sale-on the .Market S.jiiaro, oppo
site the barked \\ . sdiinyton, attended as Usual
on market days.
Cash advances on coi ■' ■:■:" .-j.'.
HUGH HUWUIXG k CO.
. , Auctioneers,
tve.rhington, D. Jan. 20—13 m
,
JOHN K*. RAWLINGS,
| 1.0. S'bO Eotithwcit Corner 7th and K Street 3.
WASIiIXGTOX CITY. I>. C.
now in store and is constantly rc
* ib Hiving a lat; c and tvell .-elected nort
t of bitKsii FAMILY GffOtfKIMES, con
, mating . i* a very f-enaral and aitpronriate vari
ety o IT/.'. US'. COFFIiI; SCtlAliS. iVIM'd
I.HJVUIIS, and tv. ry-thing suitable for city
t country cu doraer t, which he
! Cffers as low as c. n l a purchased elsewhere,
I _ , i , b.i’..:!id for pa.s! favors, nnd wilhadct.r
--| nuaatem t• ai i-o: .mod de and ivt u antieipr.to
o o :" of lii ■ do, he hopes to share a
; uf' " l h fti “ 1 1" t’l.'-ir pat:-..rays A
I Washingtt.n, J. r,. ]p, iKJd.
TOPthVi
XX i>' AXU CHEAP
SADDLE, HARNESS AND TRUNK STORE,
Ho. dine, 7th St, eppo;its Odd Fellows’ Hall,
j _ WASIIINGTON, I). C.
or, . 1" t.-mid a l.U'a'. to.'it find
! ” v !!- i tol idles, fl tr
j rosy Iniuks, Valises, Oarpct Bags, Satchels
; Fancy ide.ey AVhi|W. Sad.dlei’s To. ; s. ’
Haiti 'ooir a'loi.oor ; aid to Covering
Tt iuo. . and Repair;.ig all kinds of work. W ith
1 itUHtlness nnd dc.-m.ib-'n.
ke always
"II il .lid to v. id.lt \,C iu vi ••ii .. -ution of
f gth ■. n. _ jan lit—l2m
u |4 vnfifi
t. In S ~r. w W> OefPn
j TTvKALER IN ALL KINDS OF
“ t’ i-? 3 VL’A a YMMUkOSi?gfd
WINKS, LKjUOi’S 01(1 AltS,&c.&o.
■ ■ 'c rn of ; th St. tnd Pt
■ N nia Av, nne, Wasiiisi rt ft, D. C.
j __fob ff—l”m
L. F. CLARK,' "
KM liF:] ?M0 111.
SAb U.I.U IX I'i'.ldXUll .' X|) 7 M
IT d . a„i I .., ;.a..g
‘h Oils, Xo. ■>: : Fa. A,.: , betw'eeii te.h
and Ido, direr,.•, would , .'I attention to Ids
ext e lad s;., !.. 1 nil '. a vv.-i! seireti d
;. aesortmens of Goods in ids lino,
; :: f . /■ gb" b Hdoi. i :,d common
of v/< rk;
li '.': L.i!. , '•••:■ • I.'ccor.iUons, Oak
... 0- i - litres,
i “ ; t * : -' i • V' r ' ! '• All Gi'it rs fr
* \\i\ i i'-. ai.pt Uv.-.q and in tho
tf nCilu. Ge l. g—Ct
H-M. C ' . ■ .
.
A y A .. ■' 1 it
Jj i-;!i : bj ..J J. t;,
Am.:;: : PENNSYLVANIA. AVENUE
!.' iv. "Oil nh and lidii Sts.
I CITY, D. C.
.... at , ':in their line,
g-g v -v ... v:rd ot all; V. style and
A d in ti.is eouutrj.
la. . cum;. ';■..!•■ in ■ i-_
ti'J€i*spp >J|l WnJflics,
ni:: ■ '* vliit !i cun be worn ns
, ,l I '/'■ '■•“tn.-tl ut V. iil L_\ ihe Wf.-.rer in
isoV' ‘ •' '• V. n ; . h. CojiontiMgc-n
p'•K< t A nomel • and Watch
* a-ii.;i: • te(t'>..- 4 u. |M .c(l wiihtE imonds
U!l i ’’ : -: E :ui 1< h .'it's ilc. autlv Cll
i D ■' -•< vvßt; U.:p!clever and
il* i: iiu.ve-.rn.ut--, all .'.minted perfect
| time keepers. *
Kech Jfwclry.
D.mar ,ul. bu .. IN I’uml Fleicutine Mosa
l'-Bro,’ lies, Earri.i Bracch is in sets: J)ia
uu>rA (’rosk-es; Di.;mon t, Pi-url. Ruby and Era
<' :d •' m.-'-r Iliii'.- . O'.;, 1 < h ins. Lockets,
--f Br*. ■ vin IViuiU, Gold Thixu-
Rl'*-. Y\ eudine; Rir.; t. kc.
WEDDING & OTHER. PRESENTS.
It vet 1. Sets, pit hers, Goblets,
1 r lov.itt lb ,e T.ilmc, 111- rt and Tea
r*|."an:.-and J orb : .silver I:, rt Knives; Soup,
i n nu and Gnu;, 1, ba ,ar. Salt. Mns
b■' “ ,: 'l 1 " I'i". fake. Fish, .and
Fuller Knive : St u lee j.nd Salad
I * Una. r; and J.Uv Spoons. Pickle
I "1a.., ke. -bi..... —Pearl. Ivory, Spanish and
! ollu r Fan?.
EXI3A FLAT! 0 WAKE AND TABLE
t J i LE&Y.
' „7 l : x ( l ‘ a ‘ E iis. Pastors. Waiters,
i it i.cis, . . .VlUii.i Forks. Spoons, But
ju r ( '•** '• Also—Superior Table Cutlery.
Spectacles & Eyeglasses.
hM, silver, fine stee! extra plated .Spectacles
nd i. '■ G, ■- .. ; 1 t. n ... with perifocal,
pun.--",ipiu, iiml purahi.Ja *: g Stri -t ntten
! '• 1‘ ■' '■ 1 ■’• 11 ■ •' J"U of glu ( • adapted to
tho eyes wf w aicr:*.
MANUFACTURED TO CFDER.
V‘ V 'i' l ‘ *** ‘d M and Silver Ware,
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WATCH REPAYING.
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®—b v.elry and Silverware neatly repaired.
, ST . I: Vy-gte-l. / A ISI TIXO THE CITY
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; tocSr amusement.
*’• •’ ‘ l,l ■' ’ • irrantcd at tiie lowest rates
and as repiu errted.
31. \V. G ALT A lIIIOTnER,
| _ Xo. 2JI Pennsylvania Avenue.
Beta n nth and loth Sta
I v.ulwngton, Jug. IS. 1555.

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