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OFFICE COIt TENTH AND P.KmTr'ilt ATiNVt
W.J. MURTAOHiiiiiPROPRIBTOB.
WEDKESDATiiiiiiiimimiiiiDECEAiBEB,,lHT
All eoBuaflalcattoae, whether ob kBila.ae er
fer pabltealloa, ofcoold be aJdroeiod U Wat J. Mas
f , Proprietor ftirtoBAL StrrnKAV. Wa.hlas
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CnBISTHAJI.
Christmas Is a word of (nod slrnifleanee, II
Is tmlnentlr calculated to Inspire) profound rev
flections of tht past, the present, and tha future.
It ! a familiar word, and aTerybodr throughout
Christendom understands Its purport and knows
Its neanlnf and tha source of Ms origin. Vol
umes haTt been written to explain lti nature,
the whercfort of Its introduction at afeetlTal,
aad to Impress upon tht human mind and heart
the tenons which it teaches and Illustrates.
The whole Christian world accept ai true" the
statement that lSffT Fart aro Jesus of Naiereth
wai born in Bethlehem, la Judeafand that It
wai taia aame Jesus wbo wai then, li now, and
always will be, both Lord and Christ In short,
ine aviour 01 the world. Thu twenty-ann car
of December, then, la obaerred ai a day comment
oratire or the birth or the Son of Ood. It li no
part of our present purpose to enter upon the
dlsousslon of this subject In ear theological
sense. We leare all such matters to the pulpit,
the proper theatre for polemical discussion.
We reoofalie the Christmas holidays, as the
treat mass of the Christian world recognise
them, as days of joy and f ladneisthe time to
ne merry &d happri the time to force! old
wrongs, fort Ire all enemies, renew old acquaint
aaces, make new friends, and to scatter gifts and
On this glorious Christmas morn everybody Is
entitled to be merry, joyous, and happy, and It
Alls us with gratitude towards that Great Be tag,
the Father of us all, and toward Ills Son Jesus
Christ when we contemplate the many happy
homes which nil ourt and all Christian lands.
What myriads of happy children will awake this
day to gladness. Many bright eyes will sparkle
at the first glance at the distended stocking where
good St. Nicholas has placed the long-4ooked-for
aod coretcd gifts How little feet will patter
OTer carpets, and along halls up and down stairs,
to show mamma and pep the precious gifts which
Setta CUui has brought. And then the beauti
ful Christmas tree, the accustomed morning kiss,
more earnest and affectionate, If possible, this
morning than on ordinary occasions. Then the
larger and more costly gifts which pa has made
to ma and those sweet and delicate displays of
brotherly and sisterly remembrances which are
symbolised by those more costly sevrenfri which
He scattered upon tables, encompass the body
and nestle near the heart. And then to think
of those old homesteads and ancestral mansions,
where troupes of happy grand-children bustle in
and out, and hang around the old arm-chair of
the aged grandslre, and listen to his and ora-nf.
ma's stories of the olden time. And then again to
think of the many homes that are made happy by
the returned wanderers from distant lands, many
of whom had been glren up as lost, and If not
Uke the prodigal In every Instance, yet like obe
dient children hare now returned to father's
house) and again the gatherings of those who
once occupied the same household, surrounded
the same hearthstone, and knealt at the same
altars, now once more returned to greet each
other under the same parental tree, and spend
the happy Christmas time. Vacant chairs there
are In these households, but our sadness on ac
count of the loved and lost pssses away when we
reoollect that though they will not come to us,
we shall go to them, to spend a perpetual Christ
mas In the bright world beyond.
This, though but feebly drawn, Is to us a pleas
ing picture. Would we could atop here, but we
cannot. There are other scenes this morning In
this world of ours which we must not omit to
notice. Oo with us, dear reader, and you also,
who hare your good things and are well to do
In this world's riches, Into the by-ways, alleys,
and dark places of the olty, and look upon other
and far different conditions of fallen humanity,
and what do you seel Don'tstaitbaok, for what
you look upon Is what Is dally seen by the eye
of llim whom you this day worship and praise
the man Christ Jesus, who said to you and to
all of us, "The poor you hare alwaye with you."
Let us enter one of these receptacles of the poor
of the city, for we may enter without being bid
den. If the latch string Is not on the outside in
token of hospitality within, still the door Is not
barred against ust we can ro In Look, ye sons
and daughters of plenty, upon that eouch of mts-
eraoie straw ana rags Do you see those squalid,
half famished, suffering little children and their
almost starved mother, herself a widow, or per-
naps worse tor mere is a drunken husband and
father, and still In his cups Must these ehli-
uren an tit bis womansufferontbls account. Ave,
they must) but their present needs, especially on
Christmastime, may be greatly mitigated) and
men, leavlog this particular feature of the suf
fering poor, we may speak of honest poverty,
men and women without occupation, and such
as can get no work, and consequently are desti
tute of bread and fuel and clothing, and all
tnings eise mat makes lire endurable. Oo then
and visit the poor during these Christmas days,
and ye who have means to give, give, and Ood
shall bless you
We have never been ambitious to have great
ricnes, nut in times like these we urce the rich
and all who can contribute of their substance to
bless the poor If there was ever a time when
we desired the wealth of Astor or Stewart, that
time Is now. We would make some raiment
storehouses, produce stores, and market places
look very different from what they do to-day.
We would deplete some of the granaries of the
land, and make some hearts happy that nowplne
In sadness May Ood have pity on the rich as
they close their eyes to this condition of the
poor, and fall to hear their cry for bread.
But we will close this already too lengthy arti
cle by wishing all our readers a merry Christmas.
Tun OamiRT assembled at noon yesterday,
and were In session for several hours All the
members were present, except Postmaster Oen
eral Randall Several gentlemen, among them
Senators Fesicnden and Doollttle and Oeneral
Meade, called on the PreilJent before the meet
log of the Cabinet
Jos SiiiLLisa-ro, corner of Four-and a-half
street and Pennsylvania avenue, will accept our
thanks for a copy of that Interesting monthly
for "Youngest Headers," "The Nursery" for
the month of January.
Wbpocdt the rumor which was current yes
terday, that Oeneral Popels to be superseded by
Oeneral Meade
official
DsMITMSJITOr BT4TK, 1
WAiBIIQTOS, December A 117 J
Information has been received at this Depart
ment from Mr J Ulrjch, the Consul of the
United States at Monterey, Mexico, of the death.
on the 37 th of Not ember Ust, at Monterey, of
uEosos uniiPo, a native 01 Dresden
MAIUUKDj
On Monday, December 2U, by ths Rev Charles II
Hell.D D,,Lirfl Weiss, 0 H army, to Miami,
daughter of ins lst Colonel bucket!, U A volunteers
it ths Unitarian rhnrcb, on the 22J Initial, by (be
Rat J Kimball. Mr JmllH llvt t.nir nf ik. Ti.
mrr Deperiniaat, to Mlae Hslim a tlauwx, dangbter
VI viiiu Divns, vi ifwuuaratwri, i a
D1KI.
! Washington elty, December It. after an tltneaa
oirosrwHii, .nri-uiB , bob oi itmi m iiiton,
of HontlMllo. Indiana, agid 2"J jrsari
At her rsildsnce, 91 tamdn itreat. BaUlmore,Ud ,
nn th Vllh liiUnl. Ill ttia 7bth vmr nf liar lira
Rssscca lioftaa, wife ufUlcliard Batlcrfaud on tLa
mm iDiiaai, in w m rnr, mair jrraaaftOD, willis
alSBCia, and sea oi Is. U aadr B Urved.
At It Barnard, raoqaier county, I'tlnta, on fun
dar morning . the tid InaUal, Ktua Aim, wife of fl,
rraak flallaW, aad daafbter of Hit ll Kir bard
Ucroard Bock&er, of iaaqaWr eountj, Vtrglala,
aged M years, 3uoaths and wdars
On Headar, t3d laatant, at lOe'clock a, in , of liter!
dlMSM, AiaaiAH CvuLir, a gad 09
Jsatral alia o'clock Jbarsdar uoralag, 3tkli Id
(taai, fromlbereildtDooof hlssva lalaw. Jama U
Towers, WJTwBt7-flr atrstt The friends of toe
oaattlr are Invited t aiteai
In VewOrleaaa onThnrsday, lh laaUaf. Alsx
II SLitutiQLO, of Maryland, but long realdeat la
PRIVATE MEDICAL COHSITLTATIOH AT PR
PiUBT'S. w Seventh teet.opposlts Odd Fal
lews' Hall Separate rooms furpatleau aell-tf
T
WORRY'S WEATHER STRIPS,
t ha l AUK u liiunwinr Titntl
H tU D street, aoar Tetfth uoi-tlm
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC MEWS
BtTHB AIIOOIATED PREfll. ..
NEW!! FROM EUROPE
f i . L- i j, ,
At UBEAT BAMQVKT lit LOUDON.
Dnko of We-lllnrtem te the Preside at.
PEE8IDKHT JOHNSOH'0 EKPLT,
THE iBYXSllUM EXPEDITION.
ABXT OBGAKIZATIOH XH TKAXCE.
IP n M THE BOUTU
DEATH OF AX EX-CON O REUS MAN,
FOREIGIf tIBWI DV CABLS.
IrfjHDCur, Dee. 34. At the banquet given at the
Royal Polytechnic Society, on Saturday last,
telegraphic reply from President Johnson to the
sentiment of the Duke of Wellington, was read
amid great enthusiasm
Not a little of the Interest attached to these
dispatches grew out of their rapid transmission
over the cable. That of the Duke of Welling
ton was sent to Washington In nine minutes and
thirty seconds.
The following Is tho telegram of the Duke of
Wellington to President Johnsont
'Lohdov, Dee 21. The directors and Invited
guests now at the Royal Polytechnte banquet,
London. Enrland. send their moot resueetful
frectlng to the President of the United States t
heir apology being that to the discoveries or
science the Intercourse between two great na-
iivbi mufuirar
The President of the Vnlted States replied as
follows'
"WASHtaaTOV, Dee. 11, To the Duke of Wei-
uagioH. ajonaom i reciprocate in inenaiy
salutation of the banqueting party at the Poly
technical Hall, and cordially agree with them In
the sentiment that free and nalek eammunlea
tlon between Governments and nations Is an Im
portant agent In preserving peace and good
understanding throughout the world, and ad
vancing an tne interests or civilisation.
Audbiw Jonasov."
This reply occupied twenty-nine minutes In
the actual transmission.
On the same evening a message of twenty-two
words was started from the Polytechnic Uall
for Heart's Content at exactly nine o'clock, and
at ten minutes past nine p, m. the reply of twenty
roar woras was delivered
Lovdo, Dee. S4.AecountB received at Mas-
eonah of the condition and' progress of the Brit
ish expedition la Abyssinia aro all favorable.
The army was steadily advancing In the Interior,
and up to the date of the latest dispatches they
had met with no opposition, but on the contrary
had been received ma friendly manner by na
tives everywhere along the line of march.
Pakis, Dee. 21 The debate on the bill for the
organization of the army was continued In the
Corps Iegtslatlf yesterday. Marshal Nell de
fended the bill on the ground that such a meas
ure would have a tendency to prevent war, and
waa tn eneci a guaranty or peace.
M.Jules Fa vre spoke a second time against
tne Dili, denouncing it in strong terms as a dan-
gerous instrument. M. Olivier said the Introduc
tion of the bill at this time proved that the gov
ernment anticipated an early war. lie thought
t ranee would be stronger and better prepared
for hostile contingencies should a constitutional
system of government be granted the nation.
This he most earnestly wished the country would
eventually hare.
PAnis,Dec.24 Evening The unsettled con
dition of affairs In Florence causes much anxiety
here. The changes Impending lu the Italian
gorernment It Is feared will place Italy In a men
acing attitude towards France The feeling on
the Bourse Is uneasy. Rentes are flat and nom
inal. Flo a i ace, Dee. 21 The existing Cabinet Is
not to be Ulssolred. Some changes In Its com
position will be made, but Oeneral Menebrea
will remain at the head of the Government, and
under his direction the reorganisation of the
ministry will proceed.
VnitsA, Dec 21- The bill for the emancipa
tion of the Jews has passed the Relchsrath.
Xjovdov, Dee si. Dispatches from China lay
that owing to the urgent remonstrances and for
midable demonstrations made by the Sovereign
Powers the Formosans hare promised to treat
ahlpwrecked sailors with humanity hereafter.
and the Chinese Oorernment has guaranteed
that the promises shall be kept.
Loaoojr, Dec. 2 Thursday, as well as Wed
nesday, will be observed as a holiday. On both
days business will be entirely suspended, and
the Exchange and markets here and In Liter-
pool will be closed
Loxdov, Dec. W Evening. Consols closed at
Hl Flre-Twentles IV i Illinois Central IT,'t
Erie i ii'A.
FKAXzroBT, Dec. 24 Evening Vnlted States
bonds ToX.
LirinrooL, Dee. 21 Evening. The cotton
market closed dull and lower. Uplands TJdj
Orleans Td. Sales to-day 1,009 bales Adrlees
from Manchester are unfarorable. The market
for goods and yarns Is Inaotlre and heary.
Breadstuff's, provisions, and produce closed un
changed. From IIktsiiisv Tbe) 3Crkeie, stud (h
News In Uenerml.
IIatasa, Dec. 24. The report published In the
American newspapers that the home Govern
ment proposed to sell Cuba and Porto Rlco to
the United States Is not supported by advices
from Spain, and Is undoubtedly pure Invention
It Is pronounced false by the highest authorities
of the Island. Cubans are much amused at the
story.
Hat At a, Dec 21 Sugar TK' reals per ar
robe for No 12 Dutch Standard, Exchange. Lon
don, 134 1 New York, 24Q24 Discount short
sight, 22HQ224l I-ard.l.Wj Potatoes, 4 78,
The steamer Moro Castle has arrived hero
from New York. The steamer Rapldan sailed
to-day for New York. Steamer Liberty sailed
yesterday for Baltimore.
The Mew Orleans Convention-
Nw OatnAVi, Dec. 24 The convention to
day almost unanimously adopted Cooley's reso
lution repealing the bond ordinances, and adopt
ed Instead an ordinance reported by the Finance
Committee with some amendments. As adopted
the ordinance provides a direct tax of one mill
per cent, on all real and personal property, to be
collected by sheriffs An ordinance was also
adopted appointing a committee to negotiate A
loan for the Immediate necessities of the con
rentlon. If succeesful In negotiating a loan the
money collected as tax will be placed to the
credit of that loan In the treasury.
New Orleans and CJalreaion Advices.
New OitLft-Aiis, Dec 21 An exhibition of the
produce of manufacturers of British Hondurss
wilt form a considerable feature In the Louisiana
State fair, to be hied In this city ontbeTlh of
January.
Oalveston advices state that the Klckapoo In
dlans who had committed murders and outrages
on the Rio Orande crossed Into Mexico, and
Judge Noonan had applied to Oeneral Reynolds
for permission to Indict and claim them from
Mexico, under the extradition treaty,
Irom Nt. Louis Death of a Member of
Cong; res a.
St Lou, Dee 4 Hon Robert Smith, for
merly a member of Congress from the Alton dis
trict of Illinois, died at his residence, near Alton,
last week Mr Smith was a name of Peter
boro', New Hampshire.
lire In Lhleaa-o.
Chicago, Dec 21 A Are occurred at Stevens'
lumber yard, at the corner of Erie and Kings
bury streets to-day The loss will probably reach
Is.OQO, on which there is a partial insurance In
local companies
Ortler It evoked.
IticiiMOKP, Dec 24 The order mustering out
of the United States service Oeneral O. lirown,
the head of the Freed men's llureau In Virginia,
has been revoked
Tbudeb' Ujtiom lUtL. A aeries of entertain
ments are announced to take place at the above
Hall, corner of Eighth and E streets, the pro
ceeds of which are to be applied to charitable
purposes
rpHI RURAI GENTLEMAN, a MOfTMLY JOUR.
M. atkt vavii.utu i
advaaae Bpeliueos
ted. Af eats wealed
Hew AdTertiwmenU.
000 r a ncs.il y' ,
'-'oitAiirios urn,
AWABSID Till rSIZI XJDAU IT
WORLD', TA1B LonDOX,
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IXPO31TI0K CXIVMSILII PARII,
AID
WI.XSER OF T1H WAQIR
or
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f Ik. Jary o tk ntrlu of Ik f re.t MtUil Md
lb. oflelil iw.rd I. Ik. Harrlnc'i ritU&l OTtr .U
elk.rt.
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331 .B0ADWAT!
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raiLABiLriu,
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Aad will preesat to ear person seadlag oieelebU
oar Ores!
ONI DOLLAR BALI
OF DBT AMD FAltCT GOODS, A
Watcb.PleeeofSaMUBi.SilkDieasreUera.ae ..,
Till OF COST.
Catalorae sf Goods and Sample seat ,o soy ad J ret
rasa
ALL EX, HAW 13 a CO ,
U federal street, Boatoa, Maiurhtmtta
Pest OSes Bex C.
Wheleiale dealers In freacb, Oerman. and Es filth
Dry aad raacr 0eds,Catlery, Plated Ware, Albans,
Leather Goods, Ac.
James v i c k ,
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or
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ROCHESTER, H T
VICat'S ILLUSTRATED CATALOO0S
or
BEEDS AHD FLORAL 0C1DE TOR WS.
IsnowpnblUhed and ready toaeidont Ilsaakeea
work er ebont ova esnain Liaaa raoss, eentalalag
fail dsaertptleae of the
CHOICEST rLOWERS AHD
t VEGETABLES GROWH,
ltt trials dlraetlaaa far 8awl Bad. Coltara. At
It ts baaatlfBllr IllBatraUd, With more thBB OVB nra
nasnriBB woon aaoaaviaos of flowers aad Vege
table, aad a
BEAUTIFUL COLORED PLATE OP FLOWERS
Well ptiated, em the finest paper, aad one of the moat
boaetlfal aa well aa the mooi lastrvctlve works of lbs
Kiaapasnasee
AiB-Baat ta all wbb atntlv. h mail. Mat Bald, for
Tob Ceala, which Is not hair the coil.
Bockaur. Hew York.
VORTH AMERICAN BTEAMSIIIP COMTAHY.
THROUGH LIHI TO CALIPOBHIA,
IA PANAMA OR NICARAGUA.
SAILIHG FROM IflW YORK
December 6th aad 15th i Jaanary (tlh. 13th, aad23lb,
and February Uth and 25th
With Hew Steamships of the Flrit Class.
rassaai towta tin it ait oris a ttsi
For farther lafermatlea addreaetbe n&derilraedat
m Weat itreet. Hew York.
D.H cajwtoh, Acmr
A HERICAH CLOCK COMFAHY,
ScoatLAVD sraxsT, aaw voax,
UaBafactarara, Areata, and Dealars la
ALL VARIETIES OF AMERICAN CLUCKS
Bole Aiaats for
BETH THOMAS CLOCKS
-TELAC0VI INSTITUTE
JJ EfOLISH AND FRENCH
Boaralsg School for Toanc Ldkei Aceompllahod
KdBcatan, haallhfal location, dellshtfel river aide
ramiiifi ana mbi iiB coed ion. Bra iua cuibi bi
traetloBa o( this new aod beautiful In til tut ton Thlrt
haadsome ckambera limit tka namberof IruarderaW
tlitf Second term commences f abrearr 1, 1SC3. 1 or
Protpectao addreae tha lrlDclpal,
Mi.tliACllkLLE O HtrNT.
Uoverlr, Hew Jeriey
pUT THIS OUT AHD SEND IT TO BM1T1! A COW.
J LEV, Pittabars, PeuasylvaBls, for their larae
Quarto Clrcalar of the
IR0H CITY COLLEGE.
contalBlogspeelmsBsof Cowley s PremlsmPeamaa-
ahlp, Elesaat Vlewaof CoUeo Dnildlng, Halts, City
ofPlltsburs', As , As
poniscs! roRiscsii
Those who with to take a
GOOD RELlOIOUB PAPER
Tor the New Year should sobierlbe for
THE ADVANCE
Live, Earnest, and Spiritual Jntt the paper for home
aod Haadayt tTSO a year Splendid Preuiuma fer
tlioaa who get ap Clnba HpeelmeB copiai seal free
AWtti-HB 4UO 1W lAKLk VUNri.1 I,
23 Lombard Block, Cbtcaio
T1ADSTREBT S
A laraovsn
RUBBER MOULDING AHD WEATHER STRIPS
The batt, cheai
tha in trk at If
1'ricaa red need
thtagerer offered
s7 WaehlnftoB atrael, Botton
TUHD -A HEW METHOD OF COPTIHO LIT
X1 TIRi. wlthont eltber Pree or WaUr, thereby
aavlag Unto, labor, and expeaee Aak fur
"PEHN LETTER BOOK
For elrvalars. addreas P. OARRETT A Co , 703 Cheit
nnt street, 1 hiladelphla A note wanted
-I7ARMER8 AND FARUERS SONS-WAHTED TO
,"-" !.; "i"" "" aatiu tt later,
paylag from SUO to 9JJ0 per month,
Addrees
w ZEIOLEB, McCURDY k C0lt
Ho CIS Arch alreel, Philadelphia Pa
tha UlCaf ficlaaara BLarbanair. nnitnn llAUrnii..
bbu npvT atjiaviava nam bib mqi it mail For 4u eta
f.iir...H AJUIAllllTir.Xll-.rkmiBitHtl.lKTr
land, Ohio
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Oaa 1 or Iwodara' licit will ;. a loud S.wlnr
ar aril ale of eaaal valae. rm nf fnai
Atenta wealed eeery where, male and female, for
thebettOne Dollar Pawnbroker a Bale la (be cub
uj nil ivr tiitrB.Br
S C THOMPSON k CO ,
30 HanQTor street, Botton. Mais
() E DOLLAR EA C U
wcu nivuiwai.intn.i'reesraiierBi, rani I'elteroa,
' UOOOti
'oualaln,
Aaypei
fmm auk
.(xu. at aaue raU (id
a. mi
etapremlom for se dolag end la lteslalered Let
teri. Samples mailed free to ear addreae
aiaisad aa, .vaiiiii
Muaaoeer atreet, Uoaion, Mats
INVOLUTION IN TKA DEI
LAVIZH, Yeacanraeelre, for thesomof
OHX DOLLAR,
Silk, Merlae, aad Alpaeea Dreaaea, bbawlt, Balmo
rale, Llaea Goods, Esabeeaed Table Covers, Watches,
Jewelry, Sllrer Plated Ware, Sowing Machlaes, As
aad elabe ef tan f laere, with tea eeata fer each de
anaijfettb, and the getter ap of the clab will re
celve a preeatal worth 3 la a.KD, accord lof to aaml
Mf, BtTwraing m, BBtaarvr
PAkKKXAUl .oaeeeaaersloOliAUAM
m.mnm,tm wataud aarararBriiara i.irrBiara ai
ywbere Urcalars
CO
and as lt4mt al atreet, bets
We SELL FOR ONE DOLLAR,
aeldaadftiiTir WaUbes, SewUg Macblaea. Silver
Tea Sella, Silk Drees Palter ai, Carpeliafs, Dome tile
ueoai, e ,
CIRCULABS SEXT FREE,
gl vlag full particulars trf oar crest Oae Dollar Sale
Bpleudid tedaceiiiente oSar4 to AisbIs eeadlng as
Clnba. Addrete,
biiiuKiBi m umuott ft
ut
Ho Mttedtyry fttreel, Uotl
US
V-OM
i.1 pa;
have to
O MORE HEED OF PEOPLE IN THE COUNTRY
bay The methodslalredaced by tie
DOLLAR SALE
principle, aa offered by OILMAN A CO , JU Hanover
street, Botton, Mass , enable ce&t antra U ebtatn
gocKlaatwhoIeaale Prlcee, with almost aallmlted al
lowing of exchange, a&d valuable protests thrown la
Eeal for a Circular, or scad Tea Leate fer dsacrlptlve
sudv ureal Inducements for persons te act as Agent
Mat, aad ealy perfect Weather Stripe la
.Btelndaa aaaiaf . rain. mlA air. anil Jmi
to aaeata lhe sale li beyond aay.
4 .SeBdforaBSfant'eelrcnlar,
J, H UBAUBraSET lu ,
B7Naaaan street. New York.
FINANCIAL, COMMERCIAL, MATURE.
fJISllCUL.
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of Oeverameatsettrltlest. ,. -?
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u seveB-utrMes, jf hh
itvToii eratT noaansitta
Conpoas, lllVi BUI, vm, 106i ft s, ISM
I 20 a, IMt, luaVi ft a, Jaa aad Jnlv, 1M
lfiwYAi.t.M ttNMi-Cotldn itall.idttJati
Segar aelet aalsteadv Caba 12d)U ceoti t I'orto Kleo.
1W13X irtFlor qelel aid tUad i sonlbora 10l
11 to Whaat nll and nomlaali He, 1 Chlcaao.
a, 1 Cbtcafo.
alaally SI &&
13W312B eeati
it eJeeota. DU,
il n ral fori
ie. Cora i
k jarw
- si a
tadlr
ndIi Km aatal aaa Irm.
rk Mir Mats I
Hhf east Patrol a a in tlall.
vrva lUTtwii
Kiitimdri. IlM U Tka nirk-M fAkllmi naial
U rtiBBa. wHitt,
We note a aaU of 400 barrels City HlUs sxtra at 110.71
are Soar, 7 s5a.2a,
"ptjV.rt.-Wa qaoUCUr Mills bribe barrel at
6. HmI In beta fi00jjl V 100 peaads.
r.hD fl aval M Knonii1a
. Sueiwktot Mtat.-Stw York UW1 m M R,
n Dirrin cobiaibibb
n barrels eoaulalsf 2U0 B. i sfarylaad and
FeaaiTlvaala IM1IU,
pnaiTieaaia eewi.uu.
ItAmf KaeaitnaSU ftniaala wtilta and t.Slobnah
els redTha inarket la virr dall at.aboat fornar
' oniai
W ..T. .. J. t.rJ.A tm ..!..
rkv. awv iv war leviium vuu vuiur
Vlrvfola rad at llTOi MM huhala ahalaa 1
jea io aav laeivaM euu pntnu enoic
900 buhtli cbolee rrederlck
eonaty red atfl Aflj aad 300 bnahelo choice I'eaairl-
Tania av bi v&ca
Vorn , Beealpti S.230 bethel white and !,". beth
els T allow Karkal Irm bnt dall BalMi White
caanaie ai si ziiiooaisi utiinai ti wt yv at
IL."!
iswai
laaa
Brmalabeal ratt'rdar's prlcea
at77ceautl00at7lcenut SUOatTJ
Mklaa im bnihala
7J cental Du0at7SeU.
Jrrfped fichoenerOeoaa Wave, Heal, from tlsvre
de Orate acboeDer Mary Jane Botawell, from lower
Potomac t sahoAoer Yansaat, from Baltimore
aenooaorJ M. warrea. wsrrea. iromunnor.waiaa
H"ew Adrertiftements.
A C ABD.
HEW STORE AHD HEW 000D8 AT
DOL AH S.
81n of the Golden rieece, next the corner of ronr-
-- .k J V a. BAA AMbtlll. til A V hhl I t TlAtiaA
rieaaeglvensa call.
deett-lw
T OUIB BITE'S
UESTAURAHT AND PRIVATE DIHIHO BOOMS,
AT HOS. 233 AHD 233 O STREET,
Where can 1 had all the delleaelea of the seaoa
served no la the hlrhMl atria of Ihecnllaarr art. The
wUbratad BASS ifcldtlSH Al B on draught! alan.
flllLAUaiiruia ajl ana a a 'W, iira
fjg.o. I rum taw
LlUOORtt and
bait breweries Cliuiufi Winci,
CIGARS to be had at the bar
tiers)-lm
PROPOSALS FOR CAVALRY HORSES.
Orrica or vns Cmsr QrAaTximsTai, 1
'iraavnsKTorTHii7MnBBi.aitu, r
too It villi, Kv , Dee IS, 1S(I7
Seated Propoaala will tmrecalvod at tklaofflcenalll
fr.7 I faraUtnf TWIHT1-UHB (rf) CAALtfY
Thelloreesvlllbe subject to a rigid lo.peetlon.of
rar rnlara. Manrl 1 kit nattleBlara. Well broken. In
full llnah and foodeoadltlon, fromU to 10 haadablf h,
from five to alee yeara old, and wall adapted In evarr
war to Cavalry pnrpoaaa, and delivered at JatTerton
Tille, lad , between the Sin aad snh of Jaooerr.
Bide msst be made la daplteate, with a copy of tbls
adTsrtlaement attached, and accompanied bv the writ
tan foarantr of a retpontlbla peraon that Is cm the
bid It accpttl food aad en IS clan t bond will be en
Urad Into for the falthfe! porformance of the contract.
The rlsht la raaarved to reject an j or all blda.
By orJor of U. '"- fJJJ
At tit taut Qaartermaiter Of neral
dec29-td
Urevet Major Uentrat
TT1iint1irIT DP TltR INTFUIOB
XJ USITSO 8TATSS l'AVIXT OfFICI,
tm ll.an.llil
BOS. of tiprlBfttald, afBaaachnaella, prarlnr for ths
I in LiarirmsaaiQr
aald patent, which
Im haarJ at tLa
Patent Office en Monday, tho 32d day of Janenaxt, at
13o clock m i and all porsona are notified to appear
a anew cauav i. mr i7 t, nu n"v
ifht not to be craatad
bV.... . -Jin. thai .wlanilaii ar ranlrd (a flla
la the Patent C
la wrltinr, at
hearing! all t
r,"if"irrrvir";rT,"t'.":r . - :;.'i ...-v
in tne 1 aiani Vtatm lOOirooCCtion( (-ot;iiij na ivatu
lual tuumtu (taa btttatm tha dav Ct
tMaimon BloJ br althar Dartv. to be
aeadei the said hearlaf, mutt be tskea and trant
milled In accordance with the rales of the oOee, which
will be raralahed ob application
Depoaltlons and other papera, relied upon as tettl
moay, matt be flled In the oflce twenty days before
the day of bearing i the arcnmeali, If any, wllhla
, Am fm BIm Ik. taallMABV
Ordered, alee, that this notice be pnblUhed la the
RircsUCAaa4 the 'weinpencer. wttwiptt, w.
O , ae-fln the Sprtaileld Ktpmkllcan, UprlacSeld.
KMBBaiBaMa.aB,B WtrillUI ipmiitmiM. "--,
Iral of aald publics Uoaa to be at least sUtf days
,. i,J.w-Tw. -u.iWPTI -
decSI-v3w Cemsalseleaer ef Pateafi
WaniiTOM, Dee 1, law .
Oa the petition of Ansaosi MicaoLeos, of Poland,
H Y , praying for the extent Ion of a patent granted to
blm the Slat day of March, 18M, for an improvement ta
Half lettealBg Ubutier Hingee, for aevea years from
the eiptratton of said patent, which takci place on
Ihe!bt4ar.f MBKh.lM
It IB orurlTO loai inn mil fiiiivu im unaiu a, mi
Patent Ofiee ea MuNDAY, the td diy of March
...I allln rlnrlr in i anil mil rwrmcint ara nnt I Raul ta
appear and show eaue, if any ihoy have, why said
peillioa oogbl not to be f rauUid
r'rJulH VponiBg lilt iaiibiivu Bin iruirru ivi,
t tha 1 atant (JUiea their objections. tprxriallT act forth
la writing, at lea! twtnty daya before the day of
iinony nira DyeitaerpBrty, to v uxa
at. mnat be taken aod trnmtltd In
accordance with the rules of the office, which will be
f urn it bed on application
Itannaltlnna anil nthar nanara. raited atv.il a teatl
moay, mutt be filed In the office tiMny days before the
aay 01 oeiriDl, tut ariuaueuia, ,1 buj wiiuiu ,
dart after filing the teitlmony
uraerea, atao, inaitnia none pa rnonaneu in in
Rtpuilican and the JnUltlffenetr, Waahtnglon, D
t, , andtn tbeournnl and Courier, Herktiner, N
Y,,ooce a week for three aaccetalve weekai the Brit
of aaid publicallona to be at leaal slaty daya pre t loot
to the day of hearing T C THEAKaK.
esWW vemmiaaioBci- ui i-aiente
MADAM F0Y 8 PATENT SKIRT 6UPPORTER
Comblnea In one garment a Perfect Fitting Corset,
aad the most dealrable fiklrt Supporter ever offered
the public It places the weight of the eklrta upon
the shoulders laatead or the bipst it improves the
form wlthont tight lacing, glrea ease and elegance 1
Is approved aud recommended by phyalclsns Sold
at ladlea' fancy goods atores generally, and at whole
sale bv
D B SAUNDERS It C ,
M Sumaer street, Uoitoa,
and a Walker atreet, Hew Wk
AUo, by 11EXRY C. MOORE, 420 Market alreet,
Philadelphia, aad BTELLMANN 11INR1CHS A CO ,
1 Hanover street, Baltimore, Md
AEYOOSl-TIIREE MAOHIFICEHTLY 1LLUS
TKATED H11D1CAL BOOKS, cntatnlnf Impor
taot Physiological Information for Mob and Women,
tent free on receipt of centa, br addretilDg the
Keeretaryof the New York Medical Vnlrerilty, No
au.Ulnton PUce. Hew York city.
4 f-HynlULUUlOAL VIEW QF MARIilAOEt
The Cfaeapeat Boek Ever Pabllehod. contalnlnc
nearly Three Hundred Pagea and One Hundred and
Thirty Fine Platea aad Engraving of the Anatomy
Af aha Unman llrvaaa ta m. a lata uf Health and !)!
ease, with a iroaiUo oa Early Errort, lu Deplorable
CoBaequencea upob the Mind and Body, with the
lrt.Aai l'lan r.1 Taalmnl-lh. AM1T ravtlnnal a ltd
aucceatfuluodeof cure, as shewn by tbe report of
port or
led and
cases treaUd A trot bin I adviser to the marri
thoae contemplating marriage, who eotertata doubta
01 ineirpayaicHicouuuiuD
Beot free of poatage to
aay addreaa on receipt of iA ceuta tn atainpe or poatal
currency, by eddreaelor Vr I A LltUIX, No 31
Ualdea Lane, Albany. N V The author may be
contolled upon any of thedlteaaea upon which bla
book treata, either peraoaaiy or uy man Meuiuoee
tent lo any partef the world, .
TATAftTED -SALL8MEV TO TRA EL AND SELL
M guoda byamile Uvod wages ao I ateady cm
ployment Addreae, with etamp, LAHPHEAH A
PEUKV, l&Tbuperior atreet. CleveUuJ, Uhlo
For Sale or Kent.
IXIKBALE-ArinST CI.i8SDWELLI.SU IIOUSE
X LotaBlrat froat lr 70 d.ri.iKunil lot from Iba
eoraervr U aad flr.l .treat. t.t, Bczltd Iba Capllel
Broaao. wurn oBiBi.ru
Hj.ai. MS
13 laUUIi.Beer UalitlloK, 7lb .lre.1
WanU.
-T 1ITI1I
llllnola, Iowa. Mitliliau anj otl.r W E T V R
LA.1U6 AdJrsx A X LA.M.ABTl'lt.
d.c24 jaa 18 Watt itrevt. ew erk
laha. lb. noallienof fKALIIblt la a nrlwat.
faiallr, to Uacli tue erdlaarr Lngllah LraacUe., lor
B.r board Adam.., r a , ill
lliraaLicAaofflea uao
tirAMTED-A WOHAM TO DO 0E1KRAL HOUSE.
IT werk A O.rm.a pr.f.rr.d It.fertaca. ra.
qalred Applf al 17 Marrland arcaue bo2H
WrAXTED-KEW AKD TA8T OFF CL0T1IIS0.
OI D MOLD AKD KILVKlt.er aor olh.r arllele
of Talur.al the old .alabll.h.d M.rehaul t'awakrokar
Utor. ofK VULTUNACo , flo3 Mutli itreet. 9 doora
Borlb ef feaoirlvaala arettne de3U tf
Personal.
iBtreetlBf ACUTE or CHKOKIO BK1.1, OKOAIIC
aad KESVOUS DISEASE! b. deloi compelltloa
OB0AHI0 WEAKKEea bl naraalert I. can
tbareofblrand panaaBeBllr
LADIES a.ferlM 'rem IRnEOUl AK1TIU, from
WBaterer cbum, are offered a quick and thorough re
TEE, MODEBATK ... .
de. If
WIIBU1.IATII1AO IABB
U I five
PI
ffllr foil!
v. s. rive
V. H tla
IW'I
ivvt
. lt
, lueSt
ere.
Bpedtl Kotlo&s.
- GltniSTMAS
A
, o vr e r in o r s k .
BAMUElJV. OWEN,
U
THE SAMUEL OF THE OWEN HOUSE,
WIUhoM nnd holUtj l.TM durlnr thltWMk,
No seoilbl. rata of tut. will for, at that Samu.l
ctamak..No.lEaONOO,TOMANDJERBr,
aad all tkat aort of tblar, and b. will b flad to
feed all hli frleada aad tb. publle fenerallr oa
CbrUtmaa DayeapMlallf.
Do&t forfet th. Owen lloui. and Samuet'a
ENo,.
Fennijrlranla bt.ou.,
delt-lvr adJolBln, WUlard'i.
WCIIRIITMAI CKLEDUATION,
Tb. Sabbath Sahool of WaUfh Chanel will
jit. their twelfth
CHRISTMAS ENTERTAINMENT,
eooilatlBr of Rlafft.r, neeltatlooa. Ae oa
WlUNESDAYEVENlNO.asthlnet,
at fh. Uhureh. eorner Third etreet eaat aad A
atreet oorth, ijanltol IIIII, eommeaelof at Tdo
oloek. Admlaaloa t BdQlta, U eeata t ehlldreo,
IS eeota Froeee for th. repleollhmeot of the
Library. deWt
7 Letter from Horn. II. It IltUbnrd,
UOMrTKOLLBK.
TBaAtirar TtavaBTMaie.
'T. I
"CT,
1?
rofthi
Omen or CosrranLisa or tss tvanivcr,
WAtBiaaTOK, vet. z. taoi
Dean Simi I em In raealnt of rour letter l
30th ultimo, la which you Inquire, l the re
ceiving of parcels containing unknown values,
without charge, as generally practiced by the
banks, authorised and permitted by section I. and
If so, are the stockholders responsible for their
BBICITI"
To this inquiry I reply that National Banks
are incorporated associations, dolor business
under a law of the United States, with certain
s peel fled and limited powers. Section I of the
national Uurrency net defines these powers,
wherein the National Banking Associations are
authorised to "exercise under this act all such
Incidental powers as shall be necessary to carry
on tha business of banking by discounting and
negotiating promissory notes, drafts, bills of ex
change, and other evldencesot debtj by receiving
deposits) by buying and selling exchange, coin.
and bullion) by loaning money on personal
security) by obtaining, issuing, and circulating
no tea Becoming; to in proTiBiona oi inn mbi '
A National Bank may exercise any or all of
these privileges, but nothing more. It may be
claimed that a bank may receive packages of val
uable securities, plate or other tnings, (or a are
keeping, under the power granted to receive "de
posit e ' Hut the term "deposits" has n definite,
well-ascertained meaning, as established by cus
tom, and authenticated by Judicial decisions, and
la limited In the sense In which It la used here to
deposits of money payable on demand. If It
means anything moro than this It may Include
anything or eery thing If It would Include
silver plate It might Include cotton or tobacco,
which would be absurd. The practice to which
you refer eaonot, then, be eanctloned by this
particular power granted
Hut can It be sanctioned by the authority con
ferred to "exereiaa aueh Incidental Dower as
shall bo necessary to carry on the business of
banking,' ate I 1 think not. The custody of
valuables may tx a convenience 10 ine oirectors,
atoekholdera and euatomera of a bank, but tt la
not In the slightest degree necessary Incident
to tho business of banking. Hut there Is a di
rect limitation to the scope of these Incidental
rowers, In the language Immediately following
he grant. Incidental powers necessary to carry
on the bualness of banking by discounting prom
issory notes, c is tne power to aiiume tne
Duatndv and aafeVeenlnr of mtacallaneoUB valu
ables necessary to the discount of promissory
notes, drafts, bills of exchange, Ac. t la It neces
sary In order to do any portion of a banking bu
siness 1 r viaeniiy not in practice, men, not
being authorised by law, la prohibited. The
enumeration of powers conferred Includes the
nfiwrrto laan monrv on 4tersanal aeeurltr."
Nothing la said about loaning money on real es
tate; nevertheless, It Is Just aa directly prohib
ited as though it had been done In ao many
words The rule, then, Is that bank can exer
cise only auch powers as are expreasly granted,
and that a power not granted Is specifically pro
hibited. In thlsvlewof the easel have no hesi
tation in saying mat, in my judgment, it is a
ret tranarreialon of tha nrovlslons of tha Na
tional Currency act for n National Bank to as
sume the custody and safe-keeping of ralseella-
OCOUI TniUBDica. 11 ia uangciwuB iv tui utni,
and In tha nature, of a fraud unon tha Btock-
holders If the valuables are lott through the
farcltMineaa or dlahoneatv of a bank officer or
clerk, the officers are undoubtedly liable) and If
tha practice) has been eanctloned by the board of
directors, they will be held liable) and aa they
are the agents of the stockholders In managing
the affairs of the bank I do not question but
that the stock holder e would In the end, be re
Mlr aV goeul the leeulliaer leas. J
1 think the fuatesa a vary baaardoiie one, and
shall do all In my power to dUeourage Its and.
under certain elreumstaneee, might be eo sa palled
to proceed against a bank for a violation of its
charter a course which I hope may be avoided
by voluntary action on the part of tne banks.
ery respectfully, yours,
II. R.lICLntTBD, Comptroller.
H Korrit, tr . CtuAfer Firtt Jfattonal Bank,
Baltimort, AM ;
The attention of depositors of bonds and other
valuable packages Is respectfully called to the
above letter from the Comptroller of the Cur
rency. Concurrent opinions by several eminent
legal gentlemen have also been given In conse
quence thereof we do not feel justified In longer
assuming the resnonslblly of the custody of such
articles Depositors are requested to withdraw
such deposits now In our possession, at their
convenience, before the 1st day of January, 1808.
Wat. 8. HtJHTiaaTOjr,
deU-tf Cashier r Irst National Hank.
Ai-PINE FRENCH CONFECTIONEHY
FOR THE HOLIDAYS,
JOS. 11. S II AP FIELD'S,
248 PENNSYLVANIA. AVENUE,
BET TWELFTH AHD THIRTEEHTU STREETS,
FANCY BOXES,
COIWETS, BON BONS,
FBLNCH FItUITS,
FItKNOU TOYS,
AHD
OTHER CONIEOTIONERY
SUITABLE FOR THE HOLIDAYS,
IMPORTED
FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD.
I HAVE NOW THE
FIN1- ST AND LAROEST DISPLAY OF
CON ECTIONERY
EVER SEEN IN WASIIINQTON.
A LAROE ASSORTMENT OF
FRUIT AND POUND
AND FANCY CAKES
NOW READY, MADE
OF JHE BEST MATERIAL,
AND HANDSOMELY ORNAMENTED.
P. b MY CUSTOMERS
AND THE PUBLIC IN OENERAL
WILL PLEASE
SEND IN THEIR ORDERS EARLY FOR
' THE HOLIDAYS,
TO OET WELL ATTENDED TO.
JOS H. SIIAFFIELD
43-Chrtstmns Clft to the Pootv-1 0.000
Buahels of Coke will be distributed at the Wash
ington uas L,igni urace, ana delivered ireeoi
charge, to the destitute poor of this city, as fol
lows, vis 1
Twcntj-flve bushels to each family, on the cer
tificate of any member of the Board of Aldermen
or Common Council, la whose ward the appli
cant resides, or the Commissioner of the i reed
men's Uureau that the applicant Is a worthy ob
ject of charity. r '
Application must be made at the office, No. 413
Tenth street, between the hours of 9 and 10U a.
m, and lands o'clock p m
Blank applications will be furnished at the
office. JOHN BAILEY,
President pro tcm.
de304w Washington Oas Light Co.
.aP'Hli.te. aud Hkat.SharpeBert Table
and Pocket Cutler), and general aaaortmeat of
iiatuwaia anu iiou.e lurnimiOf UOOOa Biprieea
to ault tha timea The celetrated Saratoia
Hkatea for Ladlei and Uentlemen
O. V MEADOn,
... Ma Penniylvanla avenue,
ilele-lm llet rilBth anu Seventh atreeli.
,Tfr,,1;s5',!?B? Parte -tteaeon ana .In.
Kle ticket! for the Waihlnrtoa Hkatlnr Ulub
I'ark, can be obtained at r) l.tjavaae'a Orand
S.k".?. 1''P, '2 U atreet, near Tenlh-elrn of
the III, I la, delv-tf
A-1 O T I O 15 .
ouivcim Al.lirits,
(lata J A NHAiMtLUfcG'O.)
ICEOnEAM MANUeAOTUlims AN1
IKnTUiNKlm.
D CON.
SOO Eleventh itreet, bet. Kit and Man are,
haiejuit received a large Itock of trench Con
feetloncrlee.rancrUoiee, Toye, etc, aultabl.
for Uhrletmai preienli
..'"V'f ! """'"E'i '"i ' i furnlabed with
th. belt Ice Cream, Water Icei, Oakea, tie, at
reaaonable tarma ' ' '
reasonable Icrnie
uiv.ua a can
delMm
aaTTh. Uepubllcau oil the NaTr Yard
FereonareaUlnconthoNavr Vard Ue.lrlnglhe
Natiobal ItarvBLioAir delivered promptly and
re,uUrljr at their reildeaeei, wllf pleai. leave
their newel and residence with Mr Joairu lla
pbtti, ,roeert next to th. norlheait corner of X
atre.t aouth and Seventh itreet eaet, no2Mf
AWTh. lUallor Pool -Au Baear for
Youn, Mea oo th. (Jrlm. of Uolltude, and th.
P'lt.,;.,...,'AA!""" wlli ereat. Imp.dlmenta
to M AHIII AOK, with lure meane of relief. Bent
In aealed letter envelope., free of eharre. Ad
dreaa DIt J. 8KILLIN IlhuaUTON, lloward
AaioelatlOD, Philadelphia, Pa acSTm
-r'nA
Books and Stationery.
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miMBklroin.ti
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riATIB AKD tlTMS BOoVb
tfi ta.iaoilaauailT. T.rlalr 't rUOTOOBArH
LB IlM I ii iba lr,
ALutrua
STBREOaCOPES ANDJ
fifHlf. ?!!
JIB i
ID.
TO I LIT BOIla, V
DKaKI,
noj, aflu lanwi
Te please ths moat fastidious taste
ALSO.
PHANtl oil! CUJtOM0S-A(beaat.fal Chrlalmas
" foritt-snirnERD'S Is the plsee te buy
your OO0D9 CHEAP
Call before pnrehaslagslsswhere deell-t
tH
O L I D A T
O I IT BOOKS
AT ALL TRICES,
AHD FOR ALL AGES
We would rasi
ipeel
ubl:
If ally call the atteatlen ef oar
patreaa aad the public rei
eelMied eteek of superb
aad lllumlaated
117 IB r large itawiu
CHRISTMAS AMD NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS
We enumerate, la part, lbs followtag Work a, llus
t rated by Uaalave Derei
Tsaaraoa's Vlvlea and Oenevleve,
The Legend ef the Waaderlag Jew,
Mil to a 'a ParadUeUst,
Dsate s laferse,
Rbmh UiBaattaHaaa
Doa Qalxete, aad others
Tlorel Delias, painted from natare, (each ptsture
colored by head,) bouad U full
Turkey morocco, gllL
Tlae edltloBS la fine Easllth calf and Turkey morocco
bin dl nit af Clarka'a 8hakaaiare. Thlar a lllatorr
of the French Kevolutloa, Htrlealaad a Queens
of Rsglaad, Deaa Swift. Schiller, Dlckeas,
UaiRirt rVUF aar viHnia
OUR JUVENILE DEPARTMENT
las this seaaoa received special attealloa, aad Is the
srgeetaBd moot varied we have ever offered, assy of
them al greatly reduced prleee.
Aa Immense assortmsat of Paris aad Vleaaa
FANCY GOODS.
Inlaid aad
Rosewood Writing Deaks. Portfolios,
Traveling Satchels, Werkbeies, Card Catee, A a. , Ac.
PRATER BOOKS AND BIBLES,
la vartoas styles and bindings
A saperb let ef
FRENCH, EN0L18I1 AND AMERICAN
STATIONERY,
put up In suitable cases fer
PRESENTS
FRBXCU RlCBAKDaWM,
TBI HUDSON TAYLOR BOOKSTORE,
deUVSI fad PeuaaylvaMla avsaao
HOLIDAY FRESSHTS,
roa loTsi ths tod so asp old,
Coaslstlagef
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS.
8TEKEO8COPKM.
WORK BOXES,
WRITIHO DESKS,
TUX UOOKH.
PICTURE FRAMES As , As
A haadsome collection ef
PRAYER BOOKS,
BIBLES. AHD HYMN BOOKS
A new lot ef those superbly 111 at t rated
FREfCU STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS,
with li beautiful prists Theae views surpate aay
thlag la their line
A large lot of
HEW BOOKS,
limed by the moat eminent anthors
THE DEATn AHD BURIAL OF POOR COCK
ROBIN i,T a aew edition, beautifully Illustrated!
price flOi together with the letett
HOVELS, DAILY AND WEEKLY NEWS-AVERS.
DIARIES. Ae . At
JOHN C PARKER.
4U Seventh street,
Attn tt eppealte Poet Offlee Department
IlT PiaiiiM. J WiLTiiHMr
A If.ialBc.atlr lllatrat.4 Vanllr Matartaa ef
uifnin.racMrtC.nuiiaiaaiai.riaaiiaB won. hmib
aadi af Uallari ta Bt.a aaa Wan.a
uaif iipi star Basipi. i;pi., auanti
Aaar.Mt ui
PRnFRHd
rr.ild.nl !l.w York UolT.rillr.
Wa 80 CHatoa flaw. w YarB cllr
tln
II1III BOOKS.
A VEST LAB0E AHD WELL SELECTED AS30XT
MEKT. K1C11LT DO0BD lit TOltKET W0I0CCO, IITK1,
AHD ANTIQUE,
With lhe additional Ilruni, Klui, fetOBegraaii, aad
Claape
ALIO,
SEVEBAL UUXD8ED DIFFEUE.1T riTTBOXS,
IlaBdionielr boaad la tbe beil Bilk Velvet.
Varloai Colon,
BEACTirULLT U0UMTED WITH
111115, AKD OltXAHEKT.
CHOICE TBESEKTE
bob
B1KTIIDAY AKD WEDD1KQ QIVTI,
8VHEBLT B0UKD IK
WHITE BILK VELVET.
PEARL, T0HT0I8B SHELL, AKD
CAXVED WOOD,
With Chaite Silver Koiollari aad Carvlagi
C1IUECII BBEVICEB,
A .BBAT TABIBVf,
TIXELT UKUHBD IK TCRKET M0E0CC0,
With Blni, Coraon, aad Oraaneali
BLAKCIIARD k MOIIUK,
BOOKSELLERS, IKFOKTER9, AKD STATI0KEES,
C0BBBB OF rilB. AVIBQB ABD BLIVIBVB aVBBIT,
WAlBlaavov, D. C
! lw
WM
B HOLLIDAT,
STOCK AKD BILL BROKBR,
KO S IXTELLIOSNCEE BDILDIKO
XE00TIATES LOAKSAKD
d.7 lalBlbln DEALS IK REAL ESTATE
TJOBERT BOYD'BOXEAT STOVE ESTABLISH.
vaiiir,ai j niDia iir..i, eeiwo
EverybedF la waat Icall aad piiriheio
UO X LIT ,
FANCY DBESSES
LADIES, OEITLIUEK AKD CUILDEBK,
B0. e TEHTH STREET. aits
(jeorget'own AdyeHisemont
ii
LID AY GOODS,
F. M. LAEENBT, 1M BRlDOE STREET.
0IOR0ET0WN, D. C.
lias Just opened a large stock ef leaty Goods aoi.
r ioje. 1
Bureau Set. Tate a tcte Sets, Jewel SUads, Mate.,
aj"i "Buoit.ere,i;olorae Votties. vara Keeeivee,
Jbbu pphmi toai eeu, viaasr neta, joiiet mii
eyKalvee and f erka, aad flpeoas, Tebaeee Boxea
noklBBBeta
VASKS-BobemTaa. Lae, aad Treach Chlaa, TaoeJ
iiiwb.iibh avii0at. M0119 ivoneea, miii, .
WniTB TRENCH CHINA,
Sold Band aad Decorated Dlaaerjea, aed Toilet fieU
ehemlaa and Amerleaa Cat aad sograved Pecan ten
Uoblate Champagne, Wlae.aad Cordial lead a varlet
of Hew aad llendeonv Patteras Glasa Ware.
PLATED WARE TABLE CTTLERT-Critlaam
Bleek Tie.
TIN WARE AND WOODEN WARE
Lamps. Oil, Wleks, Chlmaeys, aad a general aaeovl
toriiouieruralabtBgartieiea, aaa a lageaaaort
Matef Tore, whtchl ameffertag at redueei ptieee
aad to whUh I lavtu the atteatloa ef Ue pablle befr
pmreaaalag elsewhere. ., ..-.
r. m. iAaais v 1 .
No 1M Bridge etreet.
Oeorreiowa, D 0
delT-tJal
YTOLIDAY BOOKS AHD I AHCY QOODS
, The attention of our frlsads aad the public general
lr ts reepaefully called to ear large aad well e,ecte
stock af Books, Fancy Ooodi aadTeyo salUble fer
UUK1HTHAH tltS.SXnTa
. Please give as a call, as we are determlaed to ssl
lew. U.T OETTYACO,
7 No. 10S Bridge street, a
dsld-iw Oeorgetewa, D if
TTOLIDAY GO OPS
We haveaoweahaBd thelargsataadbaat aaeortmea
of FANCY OOODS aad TOYS fa thla Dlitrlet, togethei
with a choice eelectloaef BOOKS, lie , suitable foi
vfiB.ua, uiiiiia ii.uugiair ihki, vit nvitfr
teay paiea,
J M K MILLS CO .
1M Bridge atr t, Oeergetown
A TTEHTIOHI HEREBY 01 VI NOTICE TnAll
CLOARIHO aad DOHHET'VELVirrSaBd
a. 1 bb yet i nana m caoicti aaaertiaeni
aadyKLVR
ef LADlKf
BBiT TRlh
ninnuiiB aioo, aa aasonmeni
C.I.CtkKH and r.l.OAIflltll nLDTrTR
MINOR Ale, a spleadld ateckef EMBKOIDBRKI
HAHDKEaCIllEFd. auiuble for Chrtatmaa Ulfu
which will be eold lew la order te change bustaeae,
K 0UTHAH.
dee IT ItT Bridge at . OeorgMowa. D C
n.KAHD OPENING,
DOMESTIC AHD FREHCR COHFECTIONERY.
Having moved to my new eetabllthmtut. No. It
Bridge etreet, between CoBgreee and High, I
ttranaraal ta urrr an tha rViBfatlAnar ttaalaaaa In al
t car
is. j
sen
rection
iraalli
lie Blanches. As I manufacture aHmy own gooda.an
warrant them strictly pure, I will eell them at price
wtlllon.
Every variety ef Confection kaowa te the American
or European markets, la the Baeat atyle of the art J
may be procured atmyeatebllahmontai prices lo
cure paoue Bttentioa,
Thecltliena of the District who eoatemplale glvlai
Wedding. Dinner or Supper Partlee will be suppll
la the shorten notice and oa lhe moat reaionsbl
terms.
Dealere, Committees and all parties wUhlog to hJ
01 reci iron my aiaDiianmeat can bbto we pront or t
eommlaalaa marthant ar (abhor, aad aafnra a. flri
elate article Oooda delivered to all parte of the Dli
trict 1 aey imj ruin ritaunu
gg CON FECTIOHER Y. Kt
At WALLACX'B. No U IIIQn STHIKT. OCOROk
TOWH.eaaBlwayabefouad theSuealaaeertmenl oJ
Cakes. Vaatiieo. F reach Caadlea. Orapee, Ao I,
Weddlags aad Parties fsralsbed with tbe la eel
eoaiectioBery, aaa 1a tne woei oiegaay aryi urn l
B
DCK OUVIt.
1. !.- ftitfnt,BTtkt ftw ffma k-a.t..-l- a '
uvtniaa vvraoiviAi ulu , avc. wnviTiii, ,. ra
tail, at RAMSDURO k SONS, No US High alreet
Oeergetown. D. C I
LADIES lb GBHTS OAUHTLST8 MADE T,
UKUIH BOal im
mo
TSITOYStlTOTSHI
FANCY ARTICLES af aver deeerlBtloa. laeladla
a earlttr af Tort aad Trlnketa far Braaattte ta rhll
dren M i have jntt received a large aad beaatlfut aup
piyoi goeua auitaaie ror uanaimae ana new ies.
prBseate, uau early aad get taa caoie
VALEMTIHEMBtaRR
noM SO High atreet, near Bridge, Georgetown
ATTMTIOHI ATTEHTIONMnT
MAHUFACTURER AHD DEaLER 1H CIGARS
Tuiiiutu, snurr, riraa, are,, no. tv urmg
atreet, near Coagrueo street, Oeorgetewa, D C ,deetrr
te call the attention 01 the pablie lo nia one aelectlod
tbeaaeve artlclea,(aud partleatajly lo hit clear 11
VAN C1JARS at 10 eeata, BaThlsCOHCHAflot
S eeata, aoJ
-pURHITURKI FURNITURE 1 1
J. B VANDERWBRKEX,
im xtfAR nTunKTinsuiiinuTnwtf.
CaJUllaa.ilBaTati Ttaaatablta ta h(a azton.Ua al
sertmealef Fj)kXlTURLecMleUn laMrtofbaul(
Iai uage, raiier. aaa tAWter aaia,aaMaaio
af TabLaau Aa.whlab k fVra'Sa aali aa tha ma
BeaU larms, and aka a aaU before purcbatlni iM
NEwro.f,rrooVkTIiE
FEW DOORS WEST OF HIOn-SIOH OF THE Bid
MUAKI,
Thanaderalgaed wlahea te Inform his friends anl,
?udiis geaeraiir, taat ma runnauKfiiuov eps
or iBapectloa, aadlscoafldeat he ran show the moT
aamnlala aaaArtmanl ta ha fannd In Uavnraalavrn
Ploaae call aad get his prices before pnrrbatlngell
Where J B WELLS" 'a
wnai iwpnatii , uwri
Alexandria AdvertUemenU.
A II OBIII
a. ironaeri
Ilea reoneBMl
rlr ef the MARSHALL HOUSE.)
J Ue COK.N BXCIIASQI. KU
idrla, where he will be bappr to a, h
eleeet, AlsBBBdrlB!
oia rriaaaa.
C"
RI8TUA8 PBE3IST8 FOE LADIES
SUfaXR'l KOIHIT.VMR flRWfrfn MinllKF
was awarded the flrtlprlie at the laatlfew York Ha
rail. Call aed seethetn before pnrcbaslageleewheri
at Alt main etrert, near the arenaf,
deent WILLUrf SMITH, Ageat
JoSBPH L. PEARSON,
BOOK AKD JOB PBIRTEB,
COBKEK 07 fllMTH A3D S 6THEET8.
(Seeeatl Bterr Uasenls 0alL )
de4 lea .
mUIS 18 TO OIVR. NOTICE. THAT THE ICJJ
A. aerlber baa ebtalBed from tbe Orpbant' Lonft ,
Washjartea eonatr, In the Vlatrlst of Celnnbla, la J
terser adtniautraiion e. t. a ,en me pertoaal etta.
oi a mea ji uowinaB, late ei Traaniaaton eoosijj
Plttrlctof ColamblB, deeeasetf All peraons haTin
clalmi against the said deceased are hereby waraed I
exhibit the aame, with the eoachers thereof, tcpttl
BBBacriDer, on er oeiore ine lutn asj or Decern in
noitithermar otherwise br law be exeladei fro
II kanaAli a' II.. aattl,! .lalB
M lBB.a VI 111. .Bill V.HW, B
OlTsa nnder ar naad this 10th dsyef Deeembeil
M7 - ... LUCIHDA ANN BOWMAN, 1
oecjj H3w esanuaiiireirix: e a. a
VEW STYLES PLATED TXA BETS, Ao ,
AT VEBY LOW PRICES
We call atleetloB to oar aiiorlmeel of
BEW STYLE PLATED TEA BETS, Ae .
VERY SEW rATTIH.1t, AKD VERY LOW PRICE) I
Alio, a large auertBiiBt ef
IKQLISH AKD A1IXRICAK TADLX CUTLERY, k.
it. W, SALT k BRO , Jeweller..
d erg SI Slar A Bapr..i SStreaa av.au.
M"
D N DEBTOR,
3 rXKNA. AVENCX. BETWEEN FOUB AND .
lALP AND tilXXH BTUIKTS
FORXiON AND AUXUICAN
BOOKSELLERS, IMPOKTEBS.aiNDSTATIONBKlJ
Reipeetfallr annonnee to the pablie that, baring eon I
Dieted their arraDaTemfBta fur tha Hot Irian, anil r I
uoilelleci theoldatorc. tber bare dlt played oa the,9J
coasters sad shelves the latitat noeeltlei aad ttnebetaal
HtanJarrl (.rUnllnri Ulltt.. it MaJl.al IB,. laVfl
Booki. Iiia thai il
tratedOlft, Poetlesland Mlaeellaneona Dooks, tulkj
able fr ..... f
, . , llUbtllil rJiliDiJiTB,
A a J atari a laraa aaanrlmant nt Wrltlna Iiaaka. Tip.
lagCaaea, Wcaeibooka, Uold Pent, and UutuPercLl I
aad tlold Caaesaad Pens, Cheat. Checkers, Crlibai' f
and Backgammon Hoard.,. Dominoes, Ae , Ae. .
Of tleleadlBg Books we em mere te the followluiVl
Sbadowa of New York Plsture Oalleriee Vori I
rfaotographa. by A A. Tamer, selected and dl
seribed by Wllliau Touag 1 elogaal vol , lart I
Ho Full morocco antique, .W. , I
TUBCt3MPLKTXWOUKbOCllAnLESDICKENl
"Artltt a Proof ' before letter, on India paper, if
eseh ofti)e Steel Ylasttes, EBgravedfdr tbe Ulu
fratArlRJIllnn flf Jabisi Vsnrilniar l?AOr'i WOrtl
The Proofs are sixty ianumber.BBd each Is few
aa-4.Ba aa h B f 1 . 1 1 a.aaBH. . a.aha,l-1a-.aBrjfe eaf tha feOl
JecL 1 auperb folio vol , morocco antique, or e,f .1
Ua.aJO,
ODll JUVENILE DEPARTMENT m
Oempritea a choice eollKtioa of the beat Docks r
children of all agea I,
EPISCOPAL PBAYEll BOOKS
A large aDdbeautlfaVvarieir, aad with tbe adJttlouu
QUARTO AND SMALL BIBLES, J
CATHOLIO" PRAYER BOOKS, , ,
AfreahaadbaButifal aiaorlinent Just recetred
al lew prleee.
KTaPt.H AND VANOY BTATIONERY
Card KograTtag aad Jaltlal StampiDg at short n.j i
HHumtiHMiiiriB . , ,, ,
uiaab U.uika niAnaFiBinnil uaidir
Lithographing, Printing. Ae,, P"Pi!x ""h4st
10 auuun uuiun,
Baseeaaors to Fraaek Taylor,
arl Pannavlvanla a wanna
aeexS-M DslWMa Foar and a half and Sixth its
Tarionaoaiiiopa I
TUKWOKKBOKSirAEBPEAnE. dllTaront edition I
WAVERLY NOVKLh. manyedUlone
Co7PEK 8 ViaNKTTbS The Cooper Vlgaeitel
from Drawlugabr V O O Darleri conaiaUag I
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