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V?*. XXV. WASHINGTON, D. C. FRIDAY. MARCH 3. 1865; N?. 3,746.
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WAflHINGTOM EVENIMO STAR.
PUBLISHED DAILT, 'EXCEPT SUNDAY..)
AI THB STAR BUILDINGS,
S-B.iu-t-i tornei cf Pennsylvania ar. and Uth ?'*_*,
By W. D. WALLAOH.
T.e Stab i? served by the carrier? to their _ub
?eriher? in the City and District tit TWB-Vfl
AND A HALF CENTSPEB WBBK.
Par.? rcaMAiLiHo.?Single copy. thr,t<ent*; on?
month srcnu'yjir? ?<itt?? thre? month?, one dollar
and Afty cents: ?it month?, three dollars: one year.
firn dollari. No papera ar? ?eut from the ou??
longer than paid for.
T_? Wisely Stab on?dollar and ?half a year.
AMI?KMENTS.
CAltTERBCRY HALL,
MUSIC ) CANTERBURY HALL ? MFSIO
HAL L<CANTERBURY HALLIH ALL
?BD (CANTERBURY ? ALL) abd
THEATER ' eANTBBBL'BY HALL ? THEATER
L. CIS*. AS A AVESU-, ?IBAB SIXTH BTBFBT,
Bear of National and Metropolitan Hotel?.
GEORGE LEA?-___._Propriet-T
Aleo of the Varieties. New York, and Canterbury
Alexandria, Va.
JOSH HABT_Stage .anagei
GREAT NOVELTY WEEK,
GREAT NOVBLTY WBEH.
NEW PERFORMER..
TALENTED ARTISTE..
First appearance of
J. H ?HII.DBRS,
J, H. CHILDER8,
Tbe >.e_tdri'led aoidier in the United .tat???,in hi?
DRILL AND MU8KE.RY BXBRei8B8.
EVERYBODY SHOULD 8?B HIM.
EVERYBODY SHOULD BEE HIM.
Bear .?"?'?r an ce of the People'? Favorite,
JOHN MrLLIOA.N.
JOHN M*"_UGAN.
JOHN ML LUG AN.
R?r.pp?aranceof
JENNIE JOHNSON AND CHARLHY KANE,
JENNIE JOHNiON AND CHARLEY KANE,
Who will ?inga favorite Duet every eight.
First appearance t.f the Champion Clog Dancer?,
thebeau'.ifiil polTMUH?IM.
GRAND BALLET
GRAND BALLET
By ail ti e 'ad?e-.
JonNNYMACK AND-'LITTl.E MACK"
JOHNNY MACK AND LITTLE MACK '
New Acts.
appearance ofc n Fov
fltn-.op an Comedian,
TWO NEW HORSE PIECES.
TWO NEW HORSE PIECES.
MAZEPPA;
MAZBPPA:
MAZEPPA;
MAZflPPA,
or,
THX WILD HOBSE OF TARTARY,
AND
DICK TUBPIN AND TOM KING,
D1CB TURPIN AND ?T? KING.
THE DABING HIGHWAYMEN.
TWO TRAINED HORSEB,
TWO TRAINED HORSE?,
ALI KASSAN,
ALI KASSAN.
AND
GENERAL ?'RANT.
GENERAL GRANT.
I__ MARIE BAUVILLB aa-MAZflPPA.
In which she will perform the terrible feat of as
cendi.? from the foot-light?to the topmost height
of the theatre.
LASHED TO THE BACK OF THE UNTAMED
8TEFD
LASHED TO THB BACK OF THE tNTAMBD
-TEED.
Tirat time here of the beautiful Drama of
DICK TUBPIN AND TOM KING.
B'ek Turpin.-.Mie? Laura L*? Claire
ilnwhichcharactershew.il ride the celebrated
horse Ali Kassan. ?
TcmKine-.-Charlee Covelli
?In whi h character he ?ill rid.? the celebrated
?tillion General Grant.)
JacVey Goosegreen.-_.Jo?h Hart
Squirt Whimsey ___. ?.J 8 Clark
Adolph ? Fitzfooale... . ......_Charley Kaae
Seorcuin .-..__-..?.Johnny Mack
Squire Watson.G W B?rge??
Ma ? Walton . ..,_.Julia Robinson
Betty -ii_ki_e.-..,.Jenny Jahnson
SYKOI'BIS.
VilU.e of Greenfield?Tom King and hi? hors?
among the naive?? The robbery?Di.-k Tarpin and
hie lady love? Squire Whim?t-y'? breakfast pir
lor?Th?? Squire boil? over, but tha kettle a >e?
not?A fem.le ?ervart that know? her place?
Jacke? i? inkeo on trial and trie? his mas'er ? tem
per- Breakfa-t for on?, not for on?intended.
TOM KING VISITS SQUIRE WHIMSEY.
A ?.iaht miaund? .standing?A row and a robbery?
The roa-i.
DICK TURPIN AND HIS HORSE.
Tu-p.n ha? au interview with Fitzfoozle? ?^'rn
mettr.g of Turpin .?ind Km? on hereeba'-k?The
two 1. ig h w .ynien ??nter Into partnersBip?Th ? vil
lag?*?Tie true cf aracter of Turpin diacoverd?A
fond ma'den _ devoti n.
ARREST OF DICK ?G????.
'? Many a sii, ..?tween cup and lip'?Tom King?
Tb?? ri|ht _?n in the right place?The rescu*? A
r<-_?i?.i?;?} ?nn?The robbery of th? mail coach by
Turpin icd K;r^' on bor?ebaek?8<mir? Watson's
maua-i. _?An attempted burglary? The robrer? in
tbe wrr.ng buv Jackey a hero without knowing it.
KIN'*. IS SHOT EY TURPIN.
THE FLIGHT.
m
?.?? i? -t.>vneh to the la?t. and ?ie? in endearer
ina t ? *??e hi?, friend?Jackey get? promotion?
The . pen a oun'.ry?The highwayman at bay-Cap
ture of Diet, Turpin.
DEATH OF DKK AND HIS HOR*_,
DEATH OF DI.K AND HIS HORSE,
BONNIE .'LACK BIS..
TABLEAUX.
MATINS?.
ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON,
COMMflNClNG AT 3 O'CLOCK.
DICK TT.HPIN AT TH? MATINEE
VIC. 5 IVRP1N AT THE MATINE!.
DICK TVRPIN AT THfl MATINflE.
NOTICE.
In #ont-suen<e ?I th? very ta erisg notice?
? 1*1 ___.
?L NINO EDDIE,
AL NINO EDDIfl.
Tbe 11 Hnt R!o__?__ __M jl^^mfy frem th? Wash
ington pe.?. Mrb. ha? engaged him for a ?hort
panca, e a n ? nein*
MONBAY. MABCH ?.
Jr. ffiy?Ttfg b# WiU ??*??'<>' -o -nW?m ?U
SKILL AND DABING.
OTHEB NOVELTIES IN ????ARATION.
AMUSEMENTS.
.?rkRUNK ON COLD WATER.?
The humorous Lecturer sud original Ptyeholo
'iet' DR. H. BROWN WILLIAMS,
will give s short series of his amusing Lectures at
ODD FELLOWS" HALL,
eommeucing
MONDAY EVENING, February27,
and EVERY EVENING DURING THE WEEK.
at d o'clock.
MATINEES
ON WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY,
commencing at 3 o'clock.
THE DOCTOR PERFORMS WITH GENTLEMEN
FBOM THE AUDIENCB,
and by mysterious influence causea them to laugh,
.log.dance, bold conversation with friends at a dis
tan?-e, to court and kiss, and became drunk on cold
water. Disease and pain produced and cured !
BPIRITUALIBM
PSYCHOLOGICALLY ILLUSTRATED,
" WITH PLENTY OP LIGHT,"
astonishing and amusing the firmest believer.
TWO HOURS OF HARMLESS MIRTH.
Admission, 30 cents; Reserved 8eate, .*'' cents.
1 <?r: ??.?* desirous of a.auiriug the science of
" Peycbelogy" can have all information selative
to tbe formation of class or classes >?v applying t?
Mr. J.T. DONNELLY, et office ef Od? Fellow?'
Hall. Br. Williams guarantying _??a?? t> the
pupils_|^fe-7t*
GROYER'S ?HAND GXKMAX OPERA!
IMPORTANT EXTRA NOTICE.
O? TO MORROW.
SATURDAY MORNING, Feb. ::.
The tollowing Dehese for the
SALE OF ALTERNATE SEAT8
will be opened :
SEATS FOR FIVE ALTERNATE NIGHTS,
cetv.mencing with th?:? fir?t or.second.
Or- he?-tra t'hairs.-_.$12
Dresaand Parquet Circles.-.-.-. 9
The sale of Single Operas will not commence
until _
FRIDAY, MARCH 3n,
when they w'iH be sold at the following prices :
Orcfiestra Chairs._^_?____i._ft 80
Drese and Par?;uet Circles-.f2 CO
SPEOIALNOTICE.
The great saeeesi ofthe
OPERA TROUPE
in St. Louis during the recent season there in
duced the Director, previous to his departure for
tbe East, to ent-r into an eogag??ment f.r return
ing bef?te finally ?-losing the *??-ason. That ar
rangement will positively preclude extending the
season in this city beyond the
TEN NIGHT8
advertised. It is estimated that upwards seven
thousand peopl?? made application for seats in St.
Louis after the entire house was sold for the sea
son and were unable to gain admittance upon any
terms, hence the Director'??, determination tore
turn after fulfilling his engagement East. fe24
BANKERS.
7.30 ^SSZS^ 7.30
Mr. JAY COOKE, of our firm, having resumed
the General Agency for Government Loans, we
are prepared to furnish promptly te agents and
purchasers
U. S. T-30 TREASURY NOTES.
These notes are isaued, under date of August IS,
V-y-i. in denomonations of
850, f 100, 8500, 81,000 and {5.000,
They bearing interest at 7 3 In per csnt. per an
num, and have eoupons attached, payable in law
ful money, on February l.th and August l?th of
eaeh year. The principal will be paid in lawful
money on August lit h, .807; or, at the option of
the holder, the notes may then he exchanged, at
par, for
V. S FIVE TWENTY BONDS,
redeemable at the pleasure of the Government at
any time after five years, and payable twenty years
from Anguit 1st, 1.67, with interest at
8IX PER CENT IN COIN.
payable semi annually. These bonds are at pr?s
snt worth ia the market about NINE PER CENT
premium, from which deduct the premium upon
the seemed gold interest, and there ?s left a net
premium upen the bonds of SIX PER CENT.,
with a prospect of a much greater value at the
date of the ? atnrity cf the Seven-Thirty Notes.
We receive in pa> ment for subscriptions the sev
eral issues of
FIVE PER CENT. TREASURY NOTES.
allowing accrued interest thereon. Wealeotak
Certificates of Indebtedness and Government
Bonds of all issues at their curr-mt value.
Full i ? formati ?-.? furnished upon application ln
person or by mail.
CAUTION TO BUYERS AND HOLDERS OF
7-30 NOTES.
In order te prevent the mutilation of these notes
the Secretary of the Treasury bas given notice
that th?? notes are not negotiable anlese all the un
matured coupons are attached.
JAY COOKE ft CO.,
feb 4-dtf_Rankers.
New ?.?G$0 I_.oa.ii.
We desire to aid the Government Agentin bring
ing to the notice of the -jfople this new Loan^
which is peculiarly adapted to temporary invest
ment, the notes being more of the nature ef cur
rency than long bonis,and therefore mere readily
convertible into money.
The Notes will be issued in d?nominations of
850, 1100, f.'iOO, SI ,000 and *-.*?,O00, will rnn
three years from August 18, IBM, will bear 7 3 10
PER CENT. INTEREST in currency ?Tor one cent
per day on JfO), payable half-yearlv, and at matu
rity will be redeemed in currency ; or, if tha holder
prefer, will be converted into 5-2?? bunds, bearing
six percent, interest in gold.
We are authorize! to receive five per cent.legal
tenders in payment of subscriptions, allowing ac
crued interest to date of receipt,
feb 3 tf ? LEWIS JOHNSON A CO.
JAMES S. TOPUAM _? CO.'S
PREMIUM
???S
*_???*_*?? l*, -5?A.l>J>l_-_-?'_r,
AND
MILITARY EQUIPMENT
MANUFACTORY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
B&r GOO ?**
SEVENTH SO" RE ET,
<>n< Door North of Odd Fellows' Hall,
Whete they continue to manufacture and have
en sale a large and line as-ortment of
TRUNR8, VALISES,
TRAVELING BAGS,
SADDLES, Li ARN ES.-,
H0E8E COVERS,
MILITARY HORSE EQUIPMENTS.
SWORD BELTS.
HAVERSACR8, WHIPS,
BITS. 8PCRS,
*<? . *e?. Ac.,
AT LOW PRICES.
REPAIRING.
Trunks, Ac, repaired promptly and thoroughly.
THREE SILVER MEDALS
Awarded by the Maryland Institute of Baltimore,
October .1st, 18-4; also, the highest premium, a
bronce medal, by th? Metropolitan Mechanics'
Institut* of Washington, D. 0., in 1857.
BOLE AGENTS
Ver District of Columbia and Alexandria, Ye., for
IBANK MILLER a
CELEBRATES PREPARED
HARNBSS OIL.
Dealers supplied at the lowest
fsh8-)F FACTOR y PRICES.
AMUSEMENTS.
(.ROVER'S MEW THEATER.
Pennsylvania Avenue, near Willard'..
LAST WflflK OF TUB 'ALL AND WINTER
8EA-ON.
THIS (Friday ) EVENING, March 3,
Laet appearance but one,and Benetit of (Be Cele
brated Ver-atile Comedian,
MB. P. 8 CHAN FRAU.
Upon which occasion he will appear in three
Great Character?.
The r?*rlo niance will commenee with the new
and highly popular Play of the
WIDOW'S VICTIM.
To be followed by the favorite Drama of
SOLON S I INGLE:
OR.
THE PEOPLE'S LAWYER.
The P.'rfoimtDce will conclude with the Irish
Far.e tnlitltd
_THB LIMERICK BOY._
U.VSHIM;T(I*i THEATER.
Eleventh street and Pennsylvania avena?.
Under tbe Management of
E L. DAVENPORT ash J. W. WALLACK.
THISjFriday) EVENING, March..,
Second night of OKeefe'u glorious old English
Comedy of
WILD OAT8.
Rever?-?.??.-.Mr. fl. L. Davenport
John Dory_. .Mr J. W. W.Ua.-k
Sim._.? - .?-.-Mr. ? Placide
Lady Amaranth-.Mis? Rose By tinte
Jane.-.-_- ?--.....Mis? Blanche Grey
TO-MORROW^S VEN ING,
LONDON ABBURANCE.
Seat? can be ?ecure?? three day? in advance,
A. S. PENNOYER, Treasurer.
Door? oppn at7 o'clock; cuita ? ri-?? at 8o'clock
preci?ely._
rpEMPLE OF WONDERS. #
?seatoIThall,
Corner of ? ilith and D etreet?.
Beturn of the Great Magiei.an and YentriloquUt,
SIGNOR BLITZ.
with hi? learn-d Car-nry Birds, and an entire new
Sro.ramme ot Wonder?, Ventriloquism, and
iirtb,
TH?BSDAY. FRIDAY. AND SATURDAY AF
TERNOONS AND EVENINGS,
March ., :?, and 4 only.
Admission ,.? cent?; children, IS cent?; re?erved
seats, SO cent?; childr? ? to reserved ?.?at? 2.'. cents.
Commence in the afternoon at 3, and in the eve
ning? at ', to.o'clocK. Doors open one hour pre
viously._m i ;t
OXFORD ! OXFORD! OXFORD!
Ml'BIC HALL AND TUB .THE.
Ninth atreet, fronting on Pennsylvania avena ?
NOVELTY THK ORDER OF THK DAY.
Firet week of the
GRAND ??G?-TRlAN DR.VA
GRAND EQUESTRIAN DRAMA
MAZBPPA, MAZEPPA.
MA/BPBA. ??/????.
WILD HORSE OF TARTARY,
WILD HOR8E OF TASTARE,
introducine
MISS RATE RAYMOND and O. B.COLLINS.
MI8S KATB RAYMOND and ?. B. COLLINS?
and the 8tM.llion
SULTAN, SULTAN, SULTAN,
SULTAN, 8ULTAN. SULTAN,
and an eilicient Dramatic Company.
HUGH DOUG H ART Y
and all the regular Company a? usual.
MAZflPPA
at the
LADIES MATINEE ON SATURDAY,
feb 2H 6t
JWOW OPEN.
Hope's Great Painting, the Arm? e'tbe Potomac
at Cumlierland Landing, on the Pamunky, at 4H2
Pa. av.. Congressional Globe Building. f.28-lw*
SflOVKK'S THEATER.
Pennsylvania Avenue, Mar Willard'? Hotel.
BRILLTANT FAREWELL 8EAS0N
GROVflB's grand German opera.
LEONARD GROVBR .DIHBCT9R
CABL ANSCHUTZ .CONDUCTOR
LIMITED TO TEN NIGHTS ONLY,
Commencing
TUESDAY EVKNING, MARCH 7, 186*.
GROVEK'S GRAND GERMAN OPERA
COMPANY, ??
For the Farewell Season in Wa-;hinyton
8BVERAL ADDITIONAL ARTISTS
Ate engaged expressly for this Season.
CARL ANSCHUTZ. Conductor,
Th?* Master Baton of the A ?.?
????? FBBDBBIOI,
Prima Donna,
Her last appearance prior to her departure r0?? the
n?noyen_n Court.
MADAME JOUA"NNA ROTTER,
Prima Donna,
Engaged ??>pre??ly fur the S?a?on at Washington
MADAME BEBTIIA JOHANNSBN. B n
Priiua Donna
MIB8 ADALINA MUTE,
- m {T'"'<- Contmlto
Her first aprearance in w??li'Utfton
MLLE SOPHIE DZIUBA,
Prima 8oubrettv.
M'LLB pallini: CANIS8A,
Prima 8oiibr??Ue
?MIB8 THBRK8A WOOD. '
Prima Danseuse
FRANZ ??????. -?**??,
Prima Tenore Robusto
His last appearance prior to his departure for th >
Hanov.-ri?n C,;iirt Opera.
THEODOKE HABI.KMAN.
Prii.ia Tenore Lyric.
Hi? la?t api'earance prior to his depir ture ior En ?
BIG. GIUSEPPE TAMARO,
Prima Tenore.
JOSEPH HERMANS,
The Great Baso Profundo.
KARL FORME-,
The KenowBed Basso Profundo.
Re engage?* expressly for the Season in Washing.
ISADORA LEHMAN. '
Primo -.?ritoiie.
HfllNKICH STBiNECKK.
Primo Baritone,
H, Acton Graff. Basso Bullo,
II Otto Lehman, Basto
M. Edouard HaiiiiiT, Basso,
M. Alphonse Urcii?, Baritone,
M. Charlee Viereck. Tenore,
Badarne Kniest La Roche, Seconda Donna,
Mad Marjrar-t ZimmerniHn, SeconiK Donna,
Madame Matild.. Beiger, Seconda Donna.
THE GRANI) CHORUS
H*? ben largely augmented by special eng ige
ment
ENPRK8SI.Y FOR THIS OCCASION
ADOLPH NEU ? DORF*.Chorue Master
THE GIIANDORCHESTKA,
F,RNB8T(.RILL..?.LEADER
Will be anernent.'d hv tbe addition of the entire
excellent orchestra already employed at this the
ater. _ ,
The Director earnestly hope? that the lover? of
the Op?'? will assint in securing a large season
?ule, m view of the v.ry great expense aad neces
sary ri-k attending an operatic enterprise of each
magniheem-e. The ?ale of
^ 8EAS0N TICKETS ONLY
wil! commence
iei8(W-?1ne?day) MORNING, Feb. _;,
at half pa?t nine o'clock.
THK PRICES FOR THB SEASON
: r?? fixed at tbe following rates :
Orchestra Cbaira (ill operas).?30
Dre?. ?._<! Parqutt Circle? ( 1" opera?).-$15
The ?ale of
SKAT8 FOB SINGLE OPEBAS
will eow.uieii.e oo
Pill DAY MORN I NO. March 3,
at tbe following price? :
Orchestra Chair?.??.-tJ -0
Dfese and Parquet Ci rel?s.?*. 00
1 hu? it will be se. ? tbat -mite an important ad
vautase is given to
PURCHASERS OF 8EASON TICKETS.
FJ. ? Eli: E HG KB. _______
S-CCBS.SOK t? ? *?J*0"?01* * Ce'?__fl_l
C-T/ZBiV8' A ND MIL TAR ? MER- **?
S CHANT TAILOR. Wk
MttiovolitciH Hotel, late Brown s, Wjf.
?'Itili PeanayWania av?_nue, JTTv"
Bovl-tf Waahington.D.O.
__________? FBANKLIN A CO., ____________
BtrnT m-9^ OPTICIANS. **-W *V_*
?244 Pa.ay., between 13th and 13th at?., and
3. . _?_, mr? National Hotel Building,
Wonld inform atrangera and eitizena that they are
ready to suit every eyeaight, according to scientific
role?, with their celebrated BRAZILIAN PEB
BLE and PERISCOPIO SFECTAOLBS, universal
ly acknowledged as the beet mean? for strength
ening, improving and preserving the impaired
virion. They offer, also, to the public afin* selec
tion of Field Glasaea, Opera Glasses, Microscope?,
Thermometers, Carte? de Visite and Album.
eteree ?cope? and Views, at the lowest price?.
laaOlyj_
INAUGURATION BALL!' INAUGURATION
BALL ! I ? Ladie? going to the above place will
find it to their adv*nt_g? t ogive ne a eafl and ex
amine a let of elegant "WHITE 8LIP8.? Juet
._-_ivedfO- the occaaion, and WHITE BOOTS
rece io BTJBNS A WILSON.
No. 340 Pena*>lv__ia avenue,
feh .. ec.t het ween 9th and lvtfa atr??te.
?
BALLS, PABTIES, fco.
HATIONALINAUGURATION BALL
PROCEEDS FOR THE
BENEFIT OF THB FAMILIES
OP
OUR "BRAYJ ?T?8" IN THE FIELD,
IN TUB
HALL OF THE PATENT OFFICE.
MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 6, 106?.
am
-wtChapr-ell,
' F?RH?!. SgP-ttriSOB- OOT.I'TTEB.
To be designatid by a rosette of Bed, Wh:te ani
Blue.
Hon ? ? French. Ch'n, ? ? Brown, Eft,
Hon L-wis Clephane, J R Elvatie, E*?;,
Hon D ? Poll? way, neurv D Doohe, Treas.
Maj Thos ? Gardner. W R Irwin. S.cretary.
COMMITTEE 0*1 I5V !T ATIO!*.
Ron ? R French, lion Lewie Clephane,
Hon J W Forney, J RBlvans.Bsq,
Hon Bdw'd McPherson, Ma? Thos ? Gardner,
Hon J G Nlcelay, Hon D ? Holloway.
For Baltimore.
CoiTbns Sewe?l.Jr.
For Philadelptii.
George Trott, Es?i, Adolph llorie, Esq.
For New York.
Charles Stetson, Ss?, lion Alrani Wakeman.
For Boston.
John ? Heard, Esq. George Keypg. Esq.
G??????? OH ??..?7???;.
John DDefrees, W J Murtagh.
D C Forney.
. . __ _ COMMITTFB I'N IlKOdRATIOBS.
Job W Angns, John Alexander.
8aainel ? Bell. M T Parker,
John 8 Hay?, A Cluss,
7. D Oilman, W Beroo.
Ira Goodenow. . Capt D G Thomas.
D VV Blies.
COHMITTKB ?? ??,???? M AN I r.K H* ?SD OS M
To be designated by a White Rosette.
Jnmes Gaiway, Ch'n, George II. Plant. Jr
Dr D W BlisH. Alternate C C Graham
510
John ? Parsons.
Lyman 8 Sprague.
ATLillie,
David Stewart,
A Calawell,
Lewis Clements,
Z. D. Oilman,
Major S M Revnoldfi.
John R Thompson.
Cb airman,
Henry Clay 8wain.
C 11 H'ustis,
Nathan H Barrett,
? ? French, Jr,
A L Buyes.
Georg? ? Morris,
? C Sawyer,
?M Denn?son,
?T??????-*- it? RKKRBSIfM-NTS.
To be designated by a Cheiryculored Ro
George ? Plant, Lewis Olephiine
WANe??man, ? ? Brown.
A R Shepherl, Job W Angus.
MA.VAOFr.ii.
To be d?sign?t???! by a Blue Rosette.
Hon Hanctbal Harnlin, Hon S ? Colby.
??? Bchuylcr Cnlfax,
lion John W Forney,
Uon Edw McPherson,
Bon John Sherman,
.'tte.
??? Jame?? Di.\un,
Uon John Co.nesa.
Uon Henry Wilson,
Hon 7. Chandler,
lion M 8 Wilkinson,
IIon ? Grat/. Brown,
Hon Ech-. in D Morgan
Hon Wm Spr.'tgue,
Hon Solomon Foot,
Hon ? H Rollins,
Hon John ? Starr
Hon Hugh McCulloch
Hon Edward Jordan
Hou Win Whiting? '
DRGooilloe, *' .
Ge<irg.? H Plant,
TBBronn,
J ? Clements. Jr
AC Richard??, ' _
?? Richards,
A G Hall.
William Dixon,
G E Lathrop.
? ? Morrill,
Hon E A Rollins.
Col Frank Holbrook,
John Pnnce,
Hon Wm D Relley
Hon Nath ? Smithers, J ? Brown,
Hon John AJCreswell, FC Cate,
Hon Oreen Clay Smith, Samuel ? Lane
Htm ? B W a h bu ?..?,
Hon John A Kassen,
Hon An?s-a Cobb,
Hon John R McBride,
Hon A Carter Willer,
A l* Fardou,
Cnptain J Frazier, -
CSMattoon,
Hallet Kilbourne.
MEN Howell.
Hon Kellian X Whaley, Hon Leonard j Farwell
Hon ? ? Worthington, George Gowie,
Iton Francisco Perea
H?>n John F Kinney,
Hon George E Cole,
Hon Samuel G Daily,
Hon ? 1' Bennett,
Hon J B8Todd.
Hon Cha* D I'oston,
limi W H Wallace,
Hon G E Upson,
Lieut Gen U S Grant,
Ma? Gen W T Sherman, E C Carriugton,
Ma: G ? I' U Sheridan, John l'otte,
te al Gen W 8 Hancock,
.Maj Gen C C Angur,
Blaj Gen A Doubleday,
Brig Gen J ? Fry.
Brig tier Joseph Holt,
Brig Gen ? W Brice.
Brig Gen E Ti Townsend.Samuel ? Brown
_-...?? _ _>_?_ . it ?_ ? -_._?, ? "?M
Col J A Ekin
Col J A Harde??.
Major J G Benton.
Ms ?ir Samuel Bri???!-,*
Major E E l'aulding,
Major John Hay,
Vice Ad D G Farragnt,
Eear Ad D D Porter,
Bear Ad Joseph Smith,
Com Henry A Wise
Com J R Montgomery,
Com R F Isherwood,
Captain G V Eos,
Captain Overt<-u Carr,
Paymaster J Scott Cun
? ingbani.
Lt Com W ? Jellers.
I.tCom ? ? Iv?s.
Colonel Jacob Zeilin,
Major W ? ."Mark,
lion J M Edmund?-,
Hon J H Barrett,
Hon W ? Dole.
Hon Joseph J Lewis,
Hon R W Taylor,
HrnJ M Brodlu-ad,
Hon Thomas L Smith,
Hon ? ? French,
IL>n John Wilson.
lion 8 J W Tabor,
Hon C M Walk? r.
Hon E .ells.
Hou F E Spinner.
Hou N a'han Sar.ent.
Tickets, admitting
TEN BOLLA HS each
C King,
Hon G VV Anderson.
F N Blake,
R Wallach.
Henry Addison,
Joseph F Brown,
A Lloyd.
Gen (leo C Thomas,
Gen R C Weightman,
James Adams.
James C Kennedy.
Charles II Knap,
Sayles J Bewen.
J Larim-r Graham
Charles H NicboU'
C H Fahnestock, '
II fi Cooke,
WR Irwin,
DeWitt C Clark.
John U Senimes.
A R Shepherd,
Col J A Magrnder
Hudson Taylor,
Franklin l'hilp,
Martin BnelL
George E Baker,
W 8 Huntington.
WBToMJ
/. C RobbinT*.
R J Moins, ?r
Joseph Gerhardt,
II Groasmager,
J 15 Motley,
Georg?? U Shell?-.
John ?'an Bitskirk,
Arnold P?trie,
D W Bartlett. ?
Samuel Wilkeson.
W B 8h_w.
William Swinton,
Whitelaw Reid,
Ben Perley Poore.
U II Painter,
L A Whiteley,
Nulli Brooks,
8y?lney And?ews,
L A Oobright.
C S Noyes,
W J Murtagb.
a gentleman and ladies,
t?. V.e procured at the League
Boom. No. 4**1 at)-, street and at the Bookstores,
Hotel1? ard Drugstores on Pennsylvania avenue.
CARDS OF INVITATION K0R LADIES may be
procured at the League Hall, *.)th street, where
the Secretary, W. R. IRWIN, Esq., will be iu
attendance during the day. _-?-._,
An eli'sant Supper t ill ?>e ?served at the Ball, for
which no e\tva eharg ? will be m vie. mar ltd
-m
tunmm NOTICE.?No more additional tickets for
(13 ladies will be sold. The tickets of admis
?ion fi^r Mentlemeu will inchile any number of la
Parties having pereheaed ladies* tickets will
bave the money refunded.
By order oi the Supervisory Committee :
ml td ?. B. FRENCH. Chairman.
V'-^-^NATIONAL INAUGURATION BALI. -
[Ij3 The following- naiui-i persons will i-onsti
tutu the committee to receive tbe President,mem
bers of the Cabinet,and Fonigli Minister- at the
ball:
OK TUB I-.RN ?TR.
Hon. M S. Wil'?in or.,
Hon. William Sprague. ,
ho.. Henry 8. Lane.
<>? TUB HOI'sK ?)F RII'RKSKNTA'I ?VES.
Hon. Augustus Frank,
Hon. John A. Kaston,
Hon ?ames ?. Morebead.
OF TUE A BMT.
Major General C. C.An-ur.
?Major Gen-ral W. S. Hancock.
OF THK s i*ft
Rear Ad.niral L. M. GoIdsborough.
Commodore Henry A, Wise.
The reception will take place at the 7th street
entrar.ee to th?? Patent Office.
By order of the Supervisory Committee
m ltd ?. B. FRENCH. Chairman.
E
VERY FAMILY
SiIOBI.I? ??? ?
WEBSTER'S NEW DICTIONARY, :
WITH 3 000 ILLUSTRATIONS.
Call and examine, at tbe store of
HUDSON TAYLOR,
ml-lw -.14 Pennsylvania avenu??.
H
pROPOBALS -OR STATIONERY?
Medical Purv-yor's Office. I
Washington, D. C, Feb. BE MK.1
Proposals for furnishing the Medical Purveying
Department in this city with STATIONERY are
respectfully invited. Manufacturers aul dealers
are reqnestei to send ", samples with price list to
this office as early as practicable
0. SUTHERLAND,
mar lilt_Surg. U. ?. ?., Med. Pur.
IGHLY IMPORTANT TO ALL WHO WI81I
TO ATTEND
THB INAUGURATION BALL.
j,,-t received, this day. on consignment, a ler?e
lot of fine WHITE SATIN 8LIP.-BR8,^^^
both with and without heels. Prie?? forw_BBB___B
those heeled f-.W; without 82 ?^ AU^ies.^
m ynf_359 7th street', bet. I aad K.
J~"??n8TON'8 NATIONAL ATLA8, Edinburgh
Blaekies' Imperial Atlas. London, Black's Gen
eral Atlas of the World, Edinburgh; Colton's Il
lustrated Cabinet Atlas and Descriptive Geogrs- "
rhy; Colton's General Atlas; Colton's Atlas of the
Union; Colton's Octavo Atlas of the World.
jaio _FRANCK TAYLOR.
TOOROUT FOR THB DRmFT-Substitotes fur
_ ni*-b?d on reasonable terms for 1 or 3 years, at
?24.1 Ps. av., south side, bet 12th and Mhsts., by
fe* ?i?-Ct? J. H. POSE Y.
TJ-LEQRAFHIO NEWS.
from Mexico.
Eight Villages Destroyed by the French.
San -'???.????, Feb. _S.?The steamship
John L. Stephens, from Ma/.atlan, brings
j?:.*..? ??:" in tn asure and a qnantity of eilyer ore.
M M, ti.'an is entirely blocked up. Nu one can
go to the interior except at the risk of hie life.
Trade is at a stand still.
The Mexican guerrillas are very bold, and
the French <;hoot on the epot all whom they
catch.
Lately the French burned eight villages be
cause the people had not given notiee of the
approach of :he guerrillas.
A French cfiieer who brought in twenty-four
guerrillas a- prisoners was severely repri
manded for not shooting them at the time of
tbeir capture.
The war news from the interior and lower
const ia very unreliable and contradictory.
No French expedition will leave for Sonora
and Lower California until Senaboa is pacl?
caied
There is nothing more about the Q win colo
nizAtion project.
Pesqnis is still at Guayamns recruiting and
drilling hie troops.
The agent? ot the American and Mexican
Telegraph Railroad Line have been granted
an extension of time.
The San Francisco government have re
solved to join in the national celebration on the,
4th of March.
FRO**. TENNESSEE.
A rebel Enterprise Frn.trated-Sr nenie t?
Destroy Government Property?Capture
of all Engaged ?i? it.
Chattanooga, March ?..?The Gazette has
lengthy details of the capture of a rebel yawl,
wi'ti fourteen men. at Chapman's landing, be
low Kingston, on the Tennessee side, by seven
loyal Tennesseeans. The yawl was armed
with torp.does for the destruction of Govern
ment property.
The party were regularly uniformed, and
acting under orders of the rebel Navy Depart
ment.
Tbe yawl was built in Richmond, brought
to Bristol on the cars, placed on the Holston,
and thence, with mullled oars, token to the
place of its capture.
The instructions were not to destroy or dis
turb anything till they got below Kingston,
when they were to destroy the Government
property It was hoped, also, to destroy the
warehouses and rolling mills at thi.? place.
The whole enterprise was iu charge of scien
ti fie officers.
The rebels are chagrined at being outwitted
hy half their number, after having rnn the
gauntlet of soldiers at Kncxyille,Kiiigstoi_. an
other pointe on the route.
Grever"? German Opera.
? Piitladblphia, March '..?Notwithstand
ing the weather the Academy is crowded to
night to its fullest capacity with a most fash
ionable audience to enjoy the Fidelio by Gro
ve.'s Grand < .erman Opera Troupe.
FROM THE SOUTH.
The Rebela expect an attack from Grant
Criminations and Recriminations
amongst the Rebel Authorities.
| ? From the Richmond Dispatch, Feb. '2-.]
All quiet and buried in tbe mud an this side
of James river,
On Saturday night, dnring the progress of
a considerable Are which took place in Peters
burg, the enemy threw several shells into the
city, which drew the Are of our batteries,
when a spirited aritllery duel, of two hours
duration, ensued.
Grant is believed to have the whole of the
array of the Potomac, except the oth corps,
massed in the neighborhood of Hatcher's Kun,
reaay for another dash at the Sonthside rail
roe d. The miry condition ot the roads is
thou.nt to ti i ve delayed an attack which he
contemplated on Saturday. On Friday he
moyed a considerable force of artillery to nis
left. The 8th corps alone are now said to be
holding the lines between the Weldonroad and
the Appomattox.
Suggestions for our People.
'From the Richmond Enquirer, Feb. 2. J
It does not seem inappropriate to sagged to
our people, in the present crisis, some of the
rejections witb which the brave soldier en
courages Himself in battle and quiets the sug
gestione of apprehension and alarm.
They are submitted with the hope that they
will serve to dispel some of the fears that
timidity, the love of ease and property, or secret
hostility to our cauge so industriously propa
gated.
The eve of battle, every soldier knows, is
fruitful of all kinds of startling rumors aud
reports. The strength of the enemy is then
al ways PNaggerated.bis movements and designs
are misrepresented, and dangers magnified and
even invented.
Such seems ?? be the case with the people of
the Confederacy at this time. Tue air is filled
with alarming rumors; every fear has found a
voice, and every ear is open to the tale it tells,
measures ol precaution are construed to
presage disaster. When the wagons and sick
are ordered to the rear, it is inferred that the
army is about to retieat. It I? time to proclaim
order in the ranks and give the reassuring
command, "steady!" Let every man return to
his post and give all his energy to the perfor
mance ol his duty, while he listens to the
word of encouragement from the soldier in the
front. Regard ail street rumors as the soldiers
do those of the camp. They know that non?3? of
tbelat'erare wholy true, and most of them
entirely false. They only frighten those who
:ire already scared. Try io trace one of them
to.lts source, and you will find that, iu ninety
njne cases ont of a hundred, the evidence in
support of it would fail to convince a rational
and cool man of the least important fact.
Measures of precaution do not indicate doubt
of ?uccess. To take oft" one'_ clothes before
going into the water does not prove tbat one
expects to be drowned. Every encumbrance
must be sent to the rear ?before the battle, how
. eyer secure the victory may be. The real dan
ger :s always less thaii imagination represents
it to i e. Look steadily at the ghost, and it ?vili
vanish.
dor. Brown's .Message.
[Ffoxa tbe Richmond Whig, Feb. 88.1
11 we bad been asking for charge? on which
lo frame an indictment against the Confeder ite
authorities, Governor Brown would have ad
mirably suited our purpose. If we have de
manded the best reasons for believing our
struggle against the Yankees vain and nope
less, Governor Drown would have perf.ctly
satisfied us. Had we been seeking an ally for
the purpose of reducing the people of these
States to absolute despair, Governor Drown
would be just the man to select.
But if we look for words of hope and comfort;
for solace to our misfortunes; for device by
which our condition may be improved, and
confidence restored to the country, w?? very
much fear that we should have to appeal to
some one else than Governor Brown.
Iron Turrktkd Shivs.?Captain Cowper
Coles, the inventor and constructor of the
English turreted ships, is out in a long letter
suggested by the aciion ol our monitors at the
taking of Fort Fisher. He evidently has grave
apprehensions of the abili 'y of any ships in
the English Navy to withstand a monitor like
the Monaduoch:. Among other things he says;
The American reports aro well worth atten
tion. Every word of Admiral Porter's should
be weighed, and, for my part, those opinions,
as well as the ?; ? lie Krake's and Russian moni
tors behavior In gales of wind?, leave me
nothing further to say. But as nearly all our
heavy irou-clads, which Lord C. Paget tells
us have cost nearer half than a quarter of a
million each, are not seaworthy, Is it nota
pity tbat in the year ?-?>. we should have no
sea gcing turret ship in the British Navy which
by a fair and nnpreiudiced?trial, wonld unable
us to judge for ourselves how far the Ameri
cans are right, and the turret can be used for
security to bur country and commerce.?
Govkknob ok Delamakk ?Gov. Camion,
of Delaware, who died on Wednesday, fell a
victim to typhoid fever, after a week's illness.
By virtue of the State constitution, Dr. Sauls
bury, Speaker of the Senate, becomes Governor
for tbe unexpired ter m,and in November, l ?iati, a
successor will be chosen by the people. Dr. P.
Is a democrat._*_
G_n*. McClbllah i? Eueofs.?A Parle let
ter says; __
General McClellan intends to prolong bis
sojourn in Paris for some weeks, and thence
go to Rome and Dresden, with the intention
of spending next summer in the South of
France, and returning to America next au
tumn._
?G7-??? civilian?, except newspaper corres
pondent?, and those belonging to the army,
have been ordered out of the Army of the Po
tomac. ?
The Baltimore Annual Conference ef the
Methodist Epiaceeul 1 harch.
PKCOND DAY'S FRO?. ???????.
The following committees were announce.
On Investigating Charge?? Against Mem
bers?B. N. Brown, William Prettymau,
Maybury Goheen. S. V. Blake and C. Park
son.
On Dlckini-on College?Thomas Sewell. w
Prettyman. W. Krebs, W. M. D. Ryan and J.
L Gilbert,
? On Periodicals and Church I_t taratura?p.
D L-pscomb-lsaac Collins, B. H.NadAi, TA.
Morgan and W. T. Clemm
C_n_*s^m,iarlM-K *? Lipscomb, I>. Thocae
and S. ? . Blake.
On Temperance?J. w. start, n. P. Brown,
and W. H. Holllday. m Drivwn'
On Bible?W. Krebs, T. S Oassldy, and W.
S. Edwards.
On Postofflces--C.O. Ldnthtoum, c. C. Cr.
nin and R. K. Murphy.
On Statistics?S. ? dimming? . G. N. Lee.?
and R. Bear.
On Reports?Thomas Myers aud H. C West
wcod.
To Receive Missionary Money?A. J. Porter
ard .1. ?. M. I-emon.
To Kecelve Money for Educational Purposes
T. J. Sergeant and W. Uobbs.
The Bishop laid before the body certain writ
ten charges and sp?cifications against, the Rev.
John Thrush, in charge of McKendree station
In Washington city. The charges are brought
by John C. Uarkness, of Washington, ana wer?-?
retened to tbe committee on the subject.
Kev. Mr. Thrush presented a series of law
?print?, bearingon the charges preferred again??-*,
him, which were partly read, when, on motion
of the Rev. Thomas Sewell, the further read
ing was dispensed with, and the paper re
ferred to the committee on tbe subject. It le
understood that the main point raised wa* the
fact tbat Mr. Harkness had severed his con
nection with McKeudree station previous to?
preiening the charges
The Bishop laid beiore the Conference a
communication from tbe ? nred States Chris
tian Commission, endorsed by ?I S. (Iritti; .
Esq, Chairman for Maryland, and by the
Ree. Isaac P. Cook, of Baltimore, in ref??r?n-:?*
to the extreme want of an active and eaargettc
preacher in the vicinity of Harper's ?f-'errv,
Va., which was referred to the Bi-h?.? and h.a
council.
The order of the day. the reports of the stew
ards, was then taken up. On calling tne roll,
the different Conference collections were an
nounced and handed in. The return?; from the
Washington district were as follows:?Fouc
dry, no returns; Wesley Chapel, ?119.88* Nln-h
Street, no returns; East Washington, BM.40;
McKeudree and Fletcher, EMO; ITnion,S-&Gor
Euch, BIO; KvlHii.I. _.|-l SO. Waugb, ?21: Provi
dence, ?1-; Ebenerer, Asbury and Mount /ion,
Sandy Spring, Bladensburg, Priuee G??orge'e
and Charles, no returns: Georgetown, f?*?l.?t(?;
West Georgetown and Teuallvtown, fi4; Pa
tapeo, BIS; Ellicott's Mills, S50; Elkridge I.Hnd -
mg, ???; St. Mary's tBI. 15?making a total for
the district of *_19 50. The returns of the Bal
timore dietrict amounted to 8*2 BSB 80, and thos??
of the Virginia district to ? 174.55. To the??
sums, it is supposed, there will be additions
from tbe churches from whom returns have
not yet been received.
The difieren?, claims of members and apprc
prialions for necessitous cases gave me to
considerable debate, and while the subject
was tinder discussion a number ot claims,
principally of a private nature, were disposed
oi.
Additional papers in reference to tbe charge-?
preferred against Rev. Mr. Thrash by Mr.
Darkness, were referred. Every paper pr??
sented in tbe case of tbe latter gentleman was
met by bim witb points of law. lie contended ?
that evidence was being sent to the committee
that had been taken by parties no' properly
authorized under the rule of discipline to per
form that duty. He also contended that the
testimony had been taken at the dwelling of
John C. Harkness, a house that he (Mr. Turnen)
could not enter. All tbe evidence had been
taken emtaete; be had no opportunity of cross
qnestioning witnesses. For these and other
reasons he objected to th?* testimony go.ng be
fore the committee, but he was overruled, and
the papers took tbe direction as indicated above.
[The charges against Messr-. La?aban. Nadal
and Thrush grow out of matters connected
with the McKendree station, in Wa-hington
city, and promise to give rise to much intereit
iug debate when tbe cases come properly be
fore the body.]
Rev. Dur. Clemm moved a reconsideration cf
the vote taken yesterday by wbich all papers
connected with the charges and specificatone?
preferred against Messrs. ..analian. Thrush
and Nadal, were referred to the committee on
charges, so tbat the entire matter may be
brought directly beiore the court of trial, the
proper tribunal Indicated by the rales of dis
cipline to dispose of the cases. After consid
erable d?bale, the motion prevailed, and tbe
various papers connected with the charg?e
preferred against Messrs. Lannahan, Thrush.
Nadal and Davis, referred to a separate coart
of trial, in each case said courts, on motion ?f
He v. J. N. B. Morgan, to consist of fifteen
members each.
The case ol Rev. Mr. Thrush was first ta_?n
up, _t*h_fi. nn motiiin. it ?ara? ordered that the
court o? trial be appointed by the < onierence
the president to be named hy the Hish ? xn(J
court was then constituted as follows - ?,-. ,
U.M. Brown, president; Revs. Messrs. Maj.
bury Gobeen, W. A. Chapman, B. P. Brown,
David Thomas, Chas A. Reid, Isaac Collins,
S. V. Blake, C. Parkison, Thos. Myers, Wm.
Prettyman, Thomas Sewell, C. McElfresh, W.
U. Laney and J. W. Start.
Tbe Hi; h? ? laid before tbe Conference ?..
ditional charges, preferred against Rev. ?. H.
Xadal by Wm. A. Cook, or Washington. Mr.
Nadal expressed surprise and indignation, sn_
avowed tbat this was the first time he had
heard of these charges.
Rev. Mr. La?aban took the floor, and pr?"?
ceeded at length to animadvert upon the mo
tives of the party making the charges.
Mr. Nadal followed in explanation of hie in
tercourse with Mr. Cook, and wa?. followed by
other members, wbo spoke in the highest terms
of Mr. Nadal; when, on motion ot Mr. La?
ar?an, the Conference refused to entertain th?*?
charges, only two members voting lor ther
reception.
The Conference, at \% o'clock, ad .urned
until 0 o'clock to-morrow morning.
Financia-,.?From the New York Coinmer
cial :
Tbe stock market is dull, and prices general
ly lower. The partial stringency of money I-?
producing a process o( unloading among the
brokers; and under the pressure to reali.e,
there is a necessary decline in prices. Govern
ment gold interest bonds are very heavy. The?
pressure to sell is quite marked. There is er.
present a very general disposition to change
the gold Interest bonds fat the 7?8?'? wbicb
chiefly accounts for the large sales of the?
former. There are noi a few wbo are sanguine
enough to anticipate an early decline in gold
to ISO; and tbey conclude from the premises,
tbat the interest upon six per cents will be
worth only ? percent, in currency,and on five
per cents only ?"_ per ceut.: they, therefore,
conclude it to be good policy to s??ll out the?r
bold interest bonds, realizing thereby the dif
ference in the principal, while they lose but
little in interest. The reasoning would be
good, if the premises could be assure d; but the
reasons for expecting a permanent decline iu
cold to 1.?0 appear tobe very ebadowy. Any de
cline, however, in gold undoubtedly improve?
the value of Seven-thirties, as compared with
sohl interest bonds. The subscriptions to
Seven-thirties this morning are quite large.
Gold is weaker. Tbe intimations given tn
tbe Richmond papers of tbe probable evacua
tion of Bichmond foreshow an event which,
perhaps more than anything else, except th?*
complete overthrow of the rebellion, is likely to
pnt down the premium on gold, the price has
therefore been very sensitive during the morn
ing, and a strong ??bear" movement has been
developed. The price opened at I'M??,, sold tu
19. i?, and again recovered to 197 V?
Foreign exchange is dull, with but little either
offering or inquired for. The rates are nomi
nally the same as yesterday; but it is found
impossible to sell at current quotations. Tee
best bankers' sterling bids are offered at 10. 4
but without finding buyers.
The tendency toward greater stringency in
the money market continues, though it ap
pears to be full chiefly in quarters dependent
upon National Bank loans. The National
Hanks have been recently drawn upon heavily
by the Government, and, as a consequence,
have to call in tbeir loans.
The constant liability of these Institutions to
be drawn upon by tbe Treasury renders them
very uncertain lenders. Nor do tbey aDpear
to see the necessity of avoiding tbat reputation
by keeping their loans In a less extended posi
tion. The rate on call loans is a shade higher,
ranging from 6a7 per cent. Discounts are mo_
erately active at Sa9 per cent.
BT"Senator Wilson's bill to set free the fam
ilies of all soldiere in the armies, which has
passed, it is estimated, will free from 40,000 to
50,000 women and children, most of .whom ar?
in Kentucky.
SWA French transport has arrived at Hava
na from Vera ?p?a reporting that the Impe
rialists had captured Oaxaca, Mexico.
?frj-'The town of Wilmington, Vt, last year
made '__?,?53 pounds of maple sugar, wcrtn
nearly ?40,000.
*rj**The nominal value of tbe slaves ln the
South is nine hundred millions ol dollars?and
very nominal.
BSTTwenty suicides in New York in Jan
uary.
SWRun down to zero?the Charleston -Mer
cury."
i_r The Empress of France is getting bald
and stout and fashions are changing in conse
quence.
IP" Six strawberries raised in Fitcbbnrg
were recently sold for a large -tinner party in
New York for Si SO. Tbe six just Ailed cue
basket.

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