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BOOTS AS THE C BOSTON SHOE A 491 i'onnsylv <?;ir stock is now o ? npiolo i'.?r tiio fall ko.is-?:i, w i 'i:!dron's Shoos, at prices to suit everybody, fron", Hie proprietor of thn IJjstorfSh.M Auction EIou lias had in the past season, sMii-iU the ?' mtinuancn to soli bis goivl-? nt the low est ? -15?'prion, whiei .' J t!io store. FTG TJjR ECS \\ ridlos' vory bo?t French Kid, all stylos and qualit warrantod , Lndiofc' Genuine Goatskin Shoes from Ladioa'Checked Top Gaiters, first class, from Lndios' Lasting Congress Gaiters, all sow, at Ladies' Morocco Gaiters at Ladies' Whito Kid Slippers, for Kalis and Fartios. Groat variety of Button Goods, all sizes, from Moris Calfskin Boots, all sizes from (1 to 10, Men's Philadelphia nuko Boots Mon'a Kip Boots, all sizes and qualities, from Men's Gaiters, all sizes, from Mon'a lioavy Kip Flow Shoos Mori's Working Shoos from Youth a Patent Leather Boots, finest quality, Fiiiii Youth's Boots, sizes 7 to Id, at I5.._y =,' Boot3, in sizes from 1 to 5 Tho particularattontion of parents who are about called to 500 FA1F.S OF MISSiSB' SiiO All other Shoos in proportion. Children's Shoos, with hoo'.s, sizes from U to ID, at Children's Button Shoos, Philadelphia city make, r litrr /w v r < i rr/\i^xi ? r t n?r/i VUld CUUUULi tt-Lilj ai./j I THS BKOKEN STOCK. OF SUMMKK GOOD: Great inducements to vrholesato buyors. KKMEAlHKli TILE OF 1 BOSTON SHOE A VJl 1' K N N S V L V A jN IA AVE* LEOPOLD RICHOLD ^Asfjm'AKE AMO CUTLKKY. JAMES F. OAHLHST & SONS, i V/boicaala and Kotail Dealers in i HAEDVVAEii, CDTIffl, tX,C., &C , &CM NO. <;3 KLNGSTiUSKT. Wo Loop a lull stock of Euildors Hardware, Saddlery, liar J ware, Carriage and Wagon -Material; also Iron, tSteol, Nails, Horse Shoca, '5p >kos, ivima, Hubs, &c , to which we invito tin? attention of country merchants. Frompt personal attention given to orders from the country, and satisfaction guaranteed. nuir-Xf ? B. LA IPEAlIVIA , PKA.T.KK IN Poors, Sash, Blinds, Hardware, '' 'tints, (his. Loads, Cement, Lumber, Li am. I Calcined I'lastor. Slnto Manure, i Hoartlis, &o.. &o.. i v'liNKK KING AN D PITT STH K?TH. tto<-I7?tf Alexandria, Va. J.VO. W. I'ttAKK. w. "W. NA.I.LH. j PEAKE & JSTALi.S, ! X* K A Li 16 RH IN (NH)RS, SASH, BLINDS, HARDWAliK 1 PAINTS, OILS, JLKADS, CRM ftMT. LIMK, UALOINKD I'LASTHIi, SLATK MANTLES, j HEARTHS, Ac. OOKNKK KINO AN I) ST. ASA I'll STS., oct 10 A LKX AN D It! A, V A. JOHN T. Civ 151(1 LiTON & SON, i Wholesale anil JuUp.il Doalcrs in HARDWARE, CUTLERY, IlOKSE SiloKS ; iron, Plough Castings, Nnil Rods, Axle Grease, Wagon Materials, Housekeepers' (loods, ; No. 88 KING SJKKKT, CORN KK M > V A L mh 8 Aloxsmlri*. Virginia. j ir::. , liOllMEFlJUKiKIllNd (iOOStM , E. J. MILLER & CO.,! Doalers in CHINA, GLASS AND QOEENSWAK!i, <15 King street, Alexandria. Eospectfully call tho attention of the to . their large and splendid soleclion of CHINA, CLASS WAKE, &C.. < w"ich thoy offer for salo at the LOWEST KATES, ihcy also have in storo a largo assortment of LAMPS OP ALL KINDS, deluding all the latest patents and designs. I A. call is solicited. Orders from tho country promptly lllled. nov IS) MDonald McLkan. Cjco. (Iiu.kk. CLKAN & UHLKK, ] (Successors to A. II. Noti & Kro.,) DEALKH6 IN UOIJSKFUKNISHING GOODS, ClTTLBlvY, I'L ATE D, PLANISHED, STAMPED. JAPANNED, TIN, WOOD AND WILLOW WAKES, ill7... (of evory description.) lr nSJ etrcot, Alexandria, Va. fin *i orders from tho country promptly ap 2-ly JosViiiuDiNsT "lumber and Steam Fitter, NO. 10 SOUTH PITT STIVE KT, LA1. , ALEXANDRIA, VA. 'orders promptly attended to. eutf IT .9? N. Y." GKKAM OHJSKSE received otui Saleby jr-j) 11 ALLEN G\_ KAK_MON. is *tJHAD recoivod by t oct 11 ALLEN C. HARMON. ip shoes. JEEAT UCTION HOUSE, ania Avenue, WASHINGTON, I). C. rhieii cmUiaA all of IjvViBi', M.m.'g nn.'l i th'i commonest to tho Unest. so, thanking tho public for tho gro.U success ho of tho anno for tho coming season, as ho means ) i*.;n f> * sum mirkn I in plain lijjur.n in front r L L. JL TELL, ios, tho best Philadelphia make, $3 GO to 4 00 2 00 to 3 00 2 25 to 3 00 GO cts 70 els J 00 cts 1 1 00 to 1 CO 2 CO to 2 60 ... 3 GO 2 00 to 50 " .. 1 (X) to 5 00 100 75 to 1 25 idolphia mako, at 1 50 1 CO 1 25 to invest in School Shoo3 for thoir chi.Mron is as AT 75 CENTS A PAIR. , 50 cents ft pair. , sizes from 1 to 5, at 40 conts. KS, AT.75 CENTS PER PAIR. j 5?NO OFFER REFUSED. I rUE RED FLAG AT THE UCTION HOUSE, <UK. Y/ASHINGTON, D. C. PROP'R. (jRIK EKIES AND LNjUOEB, C. MILBURN, WHOLESALE AND PAJIILY GROCER, T K A i) B A L K U A N D CO M MISS10 N J f MERCHANT, t r No. 10 north Royal st., noar Marhot space, c c Alexandria, Va. Consignments and orders will receive carofu 1 ind prompt a lion lion. ray 20 JJ RHODE UN & CO., \ Wholesale Dealers and Jobbors in s GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR, f SALT AND FISH. s A full lino of colobratod pure, old Whiskoyo, i Brandies, Gin, Kuin, &o., Massoy&Co.'s t iulphia and C'.agett's Baltimoro Alos, and Borg- t tor A Kngel's Lager Boor, in casks or bottles/ Agents lor James 3. Welch s Best ifauiily Flour, James 3. Kirk & Co'8. Standard Soaps, Dupont & Go's. Sporting and Blasting Gunpowder, and Baltimoro and Potomac Kiver Steam ors. Orders promptly attended to, and consignments solicited. No. II King street, oct llli-tl" Alexandria, Va. ' Q.KOKUK K. HILL & GO'S. ] CAREFUL MANUFACTURE^. OUKNEWGOOD3. , A j4MOJS 11?Fancy Nut Flavored. UOGOAN UT?Rich Fino Drop Top Coaled PilblSlDISNT?Iced Drop, bright liavor. t\KlNCR33?Iced JSheot, soft oblong. SEASIDE?For light summer lunchoon. TOURIST?3weot Hard Biscuit, figured top. BISM AKCK? German Biscuit, Caraway ttavor SARATOGA?-Crimp edge, Mace liavor. Those fancy goods are furnished the trade in assorted or straight packages, attractively put up for retail. They are not kept in stock. No .in cans used, consequently they are always ' fresh and in high ttavor. Wo respectfully so iei. , in examination of these goods. j GEOKGK li. HILL & CO., niy ltt Alexandria, Va. ' |> W. AVERY, i Doalor in JHOICK FAMILY AND FANCY GROCERIES, WINE L1QUOR3, &c., Ac., 220 King St., cor. Alfred, sop S ALEXANDRIA, VA , M EOKGK McBUKNKY & SON, br Dealers in i JHOICK FAMILY AND FANCY G1UK.K ] K1K3, V/1NE3 AND L1QUI>US, I ENGLISH and SCOTCH ALKand B Li() \v , STOUT. klso, .KASTJ2KN and POTOM AO HKKiil and MAOKEKKL. NOS. IOC AND 1?<> KINGSTKKKT, 1 (Washington Hall .Building,) Alexandria, Va. 1 Orders promptly tilled. n?h Hl-if : i >T Svii. kaTisaht wholesale and family gitocio' ?AND? TEA DjKALKK. S. E, COR. til HQ AXD ST ASA t'.'i STS. nov 22?tf Alexandria, Vm CI HOICK NEW BOA11N Y just rocoivod by J sep 27 J. O. MILBUltN. r iViY ;i i ~ FRIDAY, oci HABLE BKOTHEUM SomeofourLeadi EXGEI IN POINT 0 Our stock, having been selected with extrftordini the want.; and tastes or our customora, will ba foi SUPER . IN POINT OB' ? Controlling the manufacture in ovary particular cut, wo can j ustly cUim to odor the bast finLhn 1 PERFE IN POINr By roaa >m of meant vary axlonsivn improvomant Uomon's Clothing, wo can insure a*> perfect filling main l?> orilcr. .BE A' IN POINT < Wow patterns, unique and i; and-iomo dosigaa, skil ill combine to mr.ko our good ? remarkable lor bo: FALL STOCK, NEIV TASTEFUL SELE UNOBJEO] FAY OiR US W t ?M 1 1 And our eaicsmon win uuurtuuuaiy #uu MR. J. MILTOIS formerly of Alexandria, is connoclod with our 1 lis friends, promising thorn superior advantages. HABLE B] TAILORS ANL Corner Seventh <fc I) sti ICE CREAM, SODA WATf'K, Ac. ICE CREAM. My lee Cream Manufactory, one of tho larg>st in Virginia, still continues to supply private lustomers, Sunday schools, excursions, picnics, airs, festivals and associations, as well as tho rado, with that SUPEUIOK CKKAM that has nado a name in this community, and is known ivorywhoro as BKHJMGLK'iS ICR CKI5AM. I sould easily reduco it3 prico by lowering its finally, but good croam, of fresh, pure, wholesome ngredicnts, cannot be furnished at a loss price han 1 servo it. Of course, I could "grade my ;ream by the price," but my cream would lose ho good name that years oi fair deiling havo - - i ? I - _ I von for it. I asK iron parsons anro&u oruorin^ 'Brcnglo'a Cro&m" from third, parties will asurc tbomsolvos that the croam sent is certainly rem my establishment. X warrant my croam, in el do not wish that inforior croam, sent out as nine, may injuro its reputation, it is my aim ,<> furuioh the B&3T lilt K AM. IN AM EKl'JA, ind my customers are satisfied that, I do so. jo 3-U KJfiJNKY BXtKNCXJjlS. A&K YOUU OKOUKK VOK Bridgewater Family Flour, New Process Faten'md. PIIK KKMT Kl.OUK FOK Tl-IK MON EY IN AL.KXANDK1A. ft received the lirst fcJILVEli MEDAIj at tho Paris Exposition, and the manufacturers (Messrs. !. i>. Fiction & Son?) have laloiy received soviral largo or.lcrs from Franco. Don t fail to ,:y it. ' Oil AS. H. TAYLOR, Jr., Commission JMorchant, sop f? No. 11 Union at., Agont CAP Ell HANGINGS AND i.HI'a !<;SCiOit DEi'OIMTIONS FOK IS78. Now and Beautiful Cold, Silver, Mica, I2maossfid, Plain, Fresco, Marble ssn11 Wood Imitations. New styles ?>f Paper Hangings and Fresco Imitations for ceilings ami siao v/alls of private aouses, public halls and churches, selected with groat earo from tho host manufacturers. My experience for many ycar3 in this ImalnesB jnabics ruo to give satisfaction and soil low. JOBS! I*. CLAKKK, tp 19 _ No. 158 King stteeU _ WILLIAM MUKllAY, Merchant Tailor NO. 123 KING STKEJST. Lifts now on bandana keeps constants a woll 'elected stock of goods in his Hdo. Ho has ft lino of STAPLE GOODS, low jpricod, to suit the times, which will bo made up very reason* illy. Ho invites inspection. sop il-lmif Having been appoint*,!) by the Corporation Court of Alexandria city Receiver of tho l). F. W1TME11 CO., alias the U. C. SLAYMAKElt CO., all persons indobted Lo tho said company are horeby notified to immediately settlo tbe same, or I will bo compelled Lo forco the paymont of tho same. Myself or deputy aro alone authorized to r aceipt bills due tho company. K. T. LUCAS, nov 17?tf Sergeant and Receiver. jp?ok sale. 500 pounds old newspapers at this office. 86]) ()?tf Notice?one ten cent bottle of PERFECTED BUTTER COLOR will answer for fifty pounds of Butter. For sale by W. F. CKE1GHTON, ap 11 85 King street. MACivKHKL at . Eop 14 RAMSAY'S J COBER 25, 1878, , WASH1MUTON, I>. (. % ng Characteristics <** ? dLENCE. : >F OTT A LIT Y iry caro, anil special reference to its adaptation to ind to ho very superior and desirable in quality. IORITY. WORKMANSHIP, of our garments, and shrinking all goods heforn tteady-Mad J CI Veiling in th 1 District. ICTION. | F OF FIT,in our ucilili n f.?r onlling an i getting up Gon; p.n.l gor.,1 selling enrmnnO fii c ?ul.! n osihly he OF STYLE. lful culling, linn finish, the b -ft trim nin/s .v5.\ auty ft'id general attract! >'enn?. " GOODS, CTIONS, CIONABLE i PRICES. ITS A. VISIT. politely show you through tho a lock. r BTJCH AJSTAJST, louao, and vary rospoctfully solicits a Call from - ? MOTHERS, > CLOTHIERS, eets, Washington, D. 0. WOOD A NDJOAL. C10AL1 J COAL! Wo invito tho attention of doalors and consumers to our large stock of CAREFULLY 1UAKPALVKL) COAL of the following variolic;: LYKEN'N VALLEY, LOREKKKY and 131IAMOK1N RED AHIlf WHITE ASH (froo burning ami hard) o. fctcamor, broken, egg, stove and nut sizes. Also C KG KG E' S C K E R K, C UM B E R LAND and KANAWHA SPLINT, from Wost Va. Making Coal a specialty, wo aim to keep only the HIGHEST GRADES, and having two largo Storago Yards, each variety is kopt separate, and is especially prepared for family u?o. Yards lloorod, and all Coal sent out WELL SCREEN ED AND FREE FROM IMPURITIES. Doalors, families, public institutions and manufactories supplied at lowest market rate?per ton of 2240 1 bs. T. . M K H A K F E Y A CO., feb 1 Wharf and Yards foot of (jucon St. ^iOAL 01) A Ji (?OAL ' On my wharf ami to arrive durinsr h-> deason a full stock of ANTHAK01TK. CUMBERLAND and WEST VIKWNIA UOA LS, of host quality, and well serened. I w?!i he plowed to eupply my friends and customers r.i lowest market price. Delivered at houses, cars or host.", per Ion of 2240 lbs. jo 7 w. A. SMOiit, ^JjO.VL! COAL! For good CLEAN COAL so to T. *,] KUAFFEY & CU'iS., wharf and y*M foot of Queen street. sop S TS7 H. Ml) OK 15, " V ? ' MACHINIST AND BLACK MM IT II Do. Go Union street, Alexandria. V>. Whoro ho is prepared to furnish all airi'D MACHINERY, WROUGHT and CAST IKON FENCES,&c. Repairing done with dispatch, .?.r.d a prkoa IT? ' ? ^t ? i L : worn uuai}.uuviuun \,u iuu was, jaa Mj VIliGINIA CLARET*, MADE BY THE MONTICKLLO "WINE COM 1JAN Y. of Charloltesvillo. Belter and cheaper than most imported Claret. For sale on iiraft r.nd vottled by _ap 5 K. B.LAAVSON & CO. _ OTHITE CLAUSON SEED WHEAT. A CHOICE ARTICLE. For sale by aug 10 ALLEN C. HARMON. SPORTSMEN'S DEPOT FOR SINGLE AND DOUBLE GUNS, Breech Loaders, Powder Flasks, Shot Pouches, Shot Belts; alEO Repair Pieces for Guns. A large Block of tho above goods in storo and for salo at reduced rates by JAS. F. CARLIN & SONS, sep 23 No. C3 King street. CISSOKS 1 SCISSORS ! A full line of J. KODGERS & SON'S GENUINE SCISSORS just received at sop 30 C, C. BERRY'S, , / WEDIC't^AL, VEGETINE. HEV. J. 1\ LUDLOW WHITES: 178 Baltic St., Brooklyn, N.Y., Nov. 14, '74. IT. K. Slovens, 0:q. Boar Sir: From personal bonelit received b] its use, as well as from personal knowledge o thoso wboso euros thoreby have soomod almos miraculous, 1 can most heartily and gincorolj recommend the Yogetino for the complaint! which it is claimed to cure. JAMES P. LUDLOW, Lato Pastor Calvary Bap. Cli. Sacramento, Cal vegetIne; SHE BESTS WELL. South. Poland, Mo., Oct. 11, 1870. Mr. H. K. Stovona. DoarSir: 1 havo boon sick two year?, with tho liver complaint, and during that time have taken a groat many different modicinos, bul nono of them did mo any good. 1 waB restloss nights, and had no appetite. Sinco taking tho Vogotiao 1 rest well and relish my food. Can recommend tho Vegotino for what is has done lor rue. Yours res poet fully, Mrs. ALBERT KICKER. Witness of tho above, Mr. George M. Vaughan, Modford, Mass. ~ VEG-ETINE GOOD .FOB THE CHILDREN. Boston Homo, M Tyler street, / Boston, April, 1870. J II. E. Stevens. DoarSir; Wo feel that tho children incur home havo boon greatly boneHttod by tho Vegetino you liavo so kindly givon us from timo to j Lim", especially thoso troubled with tho scrofula. With respect, Mrs. N. WOBMELL, Matron. vegetink" " BE V. O. T. WALKEB SAYS: Providonco, K. I , 10J Transit st. II. K. Stevens, esq. i fool bound to express with my signature tho highvaluol placo upon your Vogotinc. My family havo used it for tho last two years. In nervous dobility it is invaluable, and I recommend it to all who may need an invigorating, renovating tunic. O. T. WALKER, Porm'y. Past. Bowdoin sq. church, Boston. VEGETINE. N O T II INC EQUAL TO 1 T South SMom, Mass., Nov. 11, lS7u. Mr. II. R. Stevens. Doar Sir; I havo boon troubled with scrofula, canker and liver complaint for threo yoars. Nothing ever did mo any good until 1 commoncod using tho Vogoline. I am now getting along first rato, and still using tho Vogetino. 1 consider thoro is nothing oqual to it for such complaints. Can heartily rocommend it to everybody. Yours truly, Mrs. LIZZIE M. PACKARD, No. 10 Lagrango Bt., South Salem, Mass. VEGETINE. lifiCOMMEND IT HEARTILY South 13o3ton. Mr. Stevens. Dear Sir: I havo taken Eeveral bottles of your Vegotino, and am convinced it is a valuable romody for Dyspopsia, Kidnoy Complaint, and Goncral Dobillty of the system. 1 can hoartily recommend it to all sufferers from tho above complaints. Yours respectfully, Mrs. M UN ROE PARKER. VE GE TINE Prepared by if. tt. STEVENS, liosiou, Mass. Vegotino is sold by all druggists. oct 1 iHITCHKRS. OSCAR F. BAGGETT, BEALUR INT First class Moats ol' ail kinds. STALLS 8 & 9 CENTRE MARKET, (Royal streot wing-) Has mado considerable reduction in tho prico3 of Meats, and now olibra thom at tho following reduced figures, viz: Primo Koaat Bool, very best, only 15c per lb; good do, 124c; Sirloin Steak, very tender, 15c; Bound Stoak, without bone, 124c ; Chuck Kib Stoak 10c ,* Tondor Loin, short rib, Sirloin and all tho best cuts only 15c ; Lamb, hind quarters, 15c; fore quarters 124c; Lamb Chops 15c; Veal Cutlets 15c; Boast Veal 124c, Veal Chops 1 Vic; Corn Beef, very host, only 10c; boiling piocea Fresh Beef only 10c, and all other kinds in propjrtion. oct ls-lf FERTILIZERS. "EXCELS I OB" and "A M. MONIATK!) SUFKK PHOSPHATE," made by ,!.(?. A. Holiov/ay, late of .J, .J. Turner & Co "AMEBICUS" AMMONIATED SIJPKB PROS., mado by Kallbrly & Williams; Lobos, and STAN DA BD PERUVIAN GUANO; pure and very lino GBOUND BONE and G KOIJNJ.) PLASTER?all oHerod at tho lowest market prices by > A Tsro/wr c, T A uruany is. HI, ua T? juu Hi ii aiiiAmjvni A small lei of GUANAldA.NI to be sold at ono hull its original prion. aug UO $20 >^novkuo Having taken the agency for tho above Guano, mario by tho Little bay Oil and Guano Co., of Lancaster county, Va , J. can, with conlulenco say to tho farmers and gardeners that it is ono ol the host frrliii/.'jrs ever offered to this section for tho money?only ?>:<) I'or'JOU" I In. This Guano is largely used by tho most successful! farmers of the lower conn Lies of the Northern Nek cf Virginia. All 1 ask is atrial, net 1*. 'J'llGMAG PKRKY. Agent. AMERICAN OIL CABINET FOR LU bill GATING. HORNING OILS, N Al'Tl I A, N I'lK 1 TS T11KI'JSNTI N IS, &e. The very best thing for tho purpose yet invented; invaluable to retailors. Call and examine specimen Cabinet. F. A. li K EI), A y, en I American Oil Cabinet Co., jar. H'-lf .Isnnoy's wharf. & hoik;ft si s $i5i & ?*>., STBAM CRACKER & CAKE BAKSRS :?5 NORTLl LHJBSTltKET, ALEXANDRIA, VA rpjUM M IN (LSI TRIM MJ.NGS 1 Jcs. Just received a largo lino of DKKSN and CLOAK TRIMMINGS, c-nnsipting of Silk and Wr,r = !r..-l P'-lrif.na P.r-M.'a W.V, t. RJhfcnn find V oTvet <>n the bias. oct 1 \ _ (J. C. UKRRY, rriABLB KN1VE3 AND FOKKS, Carving JL Knives and Forks and Butchers' Knives, a line stock, to which we invito the attention of country merchants. J AS. F. C'ABLIN & SONS, oct21 _ 03 King street. ELECTRIC POLISH, invaluablo for cleaning and polishing silver, tin and other metals, electroplated articles and glass. Price Hoc per bottle. WAKFIELD & HALL, oct*21 Corner Princo and Fairfax streets. WTkEBP a large stock of "WINDOW GLASS, running from Gx8 to 28x50 in.; also PUTTY, POINTS, &c1 PEAKS & NALLS, feb 20 Corner King and Columbus sts LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER, Sand, Felt and Pitch, for sale by PEAKE & NALLS, fel>20 cor. King and Colnmbua fta. NEW EDAM CHEESE juatroccivod by sop 14 G. WM. BAMSaY, 237, " feette TiCEMS OF SUESORirTrON. Onoynar $0 Oil ? ?Six months.*.-*, ? 00 ? Thrco months 1 CO [ Mrs. I'olliard as a Witness. At the trial of the Vanderbilfc will case, io New York, last Wednesday, Mrs. Marie An toioetto Pollard testified that she W3S the widow of JvJ. A. Pollard, who wrote books ab^ut the war. Oaoo sho acoompanied her husband to Oominodoro Vanderbilt's office on Pourlh rtnnnl- Onrinn tlin Cloif trllioll W1H Hfl hllHl 'JlLWWl# J-'UU uuw VIU1V| fi H?w ness, ho said to her husband : "1 don't know; ) coo.suit'the epiritf; they know more about it ; than L do." This was in 1SC0. In 1870 sho i oallcd at tho Commodore's oflieo on business, and invited him to a rocentiou and promised 1 to have "spirits" thero. lie eaid he had just 1 becD to consult his medium. Sho- inquired whether the ppirifs had advised him to leave her a million of dollars, lie said, ".No." "Then," she siid, "they arc wicked spirits, not as pood as she would give liirn." In 1870 she went to him on business, lie was irritable, and said : "Why don't you do as L have always told you? Consult the spirits," Jo 1872 she wont to him for a subscription for the relief of the people of tho overflowed district in Louisiana, lie said he could do nothing without nonsuiting his medium, a Pr. somethine. In 1871 she went to him for a pass to California, lie was vory sad. Sho said, "What is the matter, Commodore, you look sad?" He said, "lam said. J iir.il a visit yesterday from the spirit of my wife, and she told me to leave all my property to ono child." Sho asked, "Which?" llcsr-il, "lrou would tell him tho smartest." She said, "Will you leave me the million ?" He replied, "What would you do with it ?" She said sho would, leave it equally to all tho children, iio shook his head sadly and said, "1. want to do it, but they wog'c let me." llo also told her ho nev er transacted aDy business of importance with out conuiiting the spirits, and that they cost him a great deal of money. She didn't get the pars, but went by steamer. Cross examined by Mr. Clinton. Hid you ever see that gentleman in tire Commodore's office? | pointing to a man in court.A. Wclk really, ail gentlemen look so much alike that I don't koow. Q. What time ol d.iyw re you there ? A. Some time iu the evening it mu-t be, as 1 was occupied all day. Mr. Clinton : That is all. Tho witness stepped down, and Mr. Clinton desired to recall her. Mr. Lord: We ohjcck Mr. Clintou: Come back, it you plcr.so. Mrs. Pollard: Well, I am very tired. Surrogate: The witness will come back. In reply to Mr. Clinton, the witness said she has resided for tho past week at 37 Hioventli street. Leforo that sho resided in East Tenth street. She could not remember the number. lieforo that sho gave lectures 10 Kiohinonu an i Petersburg, Va. Q. What time was that? A. This year; this is 1S7S, 1 believe. Q. Dju't you know that this is 1S7S? A. Most assuredly 1 know. (>. Wheu you were in Saa Francisco, in 1877, what hotol were you at? A. That is a puzzle. Let mo see, I was last at the Cosmopolitan. The Surrogate chidcd the witness agaiu for not answering to tho point. Witness: I don't moan to be rude, especially to you, sir. yurrogalo JrappiogJ: SilcLO. L do not want any talk from you. Answer tho <ju \stions if you understand tlicm; il* not, ask an explanation. Tbo witness went on to say that she was en caged in burlctquo speaking in San FraDoi.se.) in 1S7(>. However, sho didn't do much busi nesj that year, bcoausc there were panics and suspensions, (Laughter. | Q. When did you arrive in Calilumia ? A. How long does it take to go there by steamer ? | Laughter. I Q. How long were you in Nevada ? A. Jong enough to go and get back again. | Laughter. | L was there two days. (). Hid you do any other bu-iness in Caliinr nia besides public speaker and oorreppoudcni. for the Call. A. 1 did a little in "Wild Cot' stock. (Laughter. | 1 mean stock that goes up for a lew hours and then conies down. This is how they make mooiy. (>. Did wou dovoto as much as half an tamr ' * 11?? i i / i .?t i - ?1_ i _ *: . _ fi i tlioro to ">viiu t;.u siock spccuiati ju i i\. i presume I did. Q. Any loDtrcr'( A. I can't say. Q. Were you out ol the blute ol New Voik in JS74? A. (Joud gracious, I couldn't, tell vou il 1 wa.i out of the iSUf.c two months ago. I don't chargo my memory with such inf-igmfi cant matters. I go wherever I can irnke money. Q. What hotel did you slop at in ISV-i i A. Tho Crittondcn House. Q. Whom did you know there '( A. I kaew Hrok Woontcr, my fluent, and Col. Kobinson. lie wan there, and was always diunk, (Laugh tcr. | Surrogate : Ah Col. i'ohagon in not on tiial in this case, it is bettor not to encumber the record with that irrelevant slander. Witness: I didn't mean to slander him, but he was a perfect tippler. (). What time did your husband dio V A. I don't remember, sir. Q. Don't you recollects)important an event as tlio year ot' your husband's death ? A. ()}i, no, sir. Q. Can you tell within ten years of it V A. No, sir. 1 couldn't even, tell when I was married to him. but 1 brought tho marriage certili cafe, and you can look at it. I was too busy. U. Can you tell within ten years of tho tiuic you wero married. A. X don't rcmcmbor. Witoc-s said '-ho kept a hotc-I on F street, Washington, in J sr.?jf and her business with the Commodore was to invite him to the opening, (2. Have you ever been arrested ? A. Yes, sir. Q. U:j a criminal ohargc ? A. What is h criminal charge??I answer, no, sir, Q. Were you not arrested in Washington on a criminal charge? A. Never. Q Were you charged with shooting a urug gist? A. i believe 1 was. (2. Where wag that ? A. In Baltimore. Q. When? A. As yc.u s;cm to know so mocti about it, perhaps you can tell. (2. You don't remember? A. No, sir. (J. Did too insignificant faci of your shooting him not impress itself on yonr memory more than your conversation with the Commodoro? A. No, sit; bccauso the Commodore wsa a gentleman and ho was a puppy, Q. Did you kill him? A, No, sir. Q. D:d you know Judge Black in Washing ton whoa ho was Attorney General? A, N), sir. lam eorry that I hadn't that ploasu e, lie is always oo tho right side. Mr. Clinton (to Judge klaok;) You r ro Welcome to that certificate. Witness: llo is worthy (fit, For fine Clothing seo DoalhSin, 62 Kin: elreet, corner ol Fnirfrs.