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W. iTMURTACHmiipROPRTcTOR
WED.tDAT MORNING. :m: :! -MARCH 20, 18GS.
r All communication, whether ob bualness or
tit publication, shbald bs ad Jrssssd to Wji. J, Mca
tabb. Proprietor Natiosal RsrpittCA, Washing
iss.D P
nECCPTIOXH.
We are authorized to announce that the ltJlei
of the Eentlre XAntlda, Mrs. Patterson and
Mri Stover, will be hw on Monday ere Bluff
Th evening hnbe,en Qxcdln lieu of tho iTter
noon receptions, as they were last lenon,
5) r baker Colfat last wceklr receptions for
the teaion will bt Friday evening!, March Wth
and 27th, Mn. and Mill Matthews closing
Afternoon reception will be on Wednesday,
March galh
I.Hi II T ,IM liri'AIH.
The refusal of the House of nepresentatlves to
appropriate mono) for repairing and lighting
1'enniTlvanla avenue la an not that we find It
difficult to fathom unless it mean tnai uon-
gress has determined to make a larger appropri
ation and do whnt la needed, namely, to repave
tills thoroughfare Inn manner suitable totbe
demands and necessities of the ease we cannot
comprehend Its action lathe premises. Lspe
clsll) Is Itnpuxtle to understand wh) raoue) Is
refused to light this public hlghwaj . A member
of Congress who probably knows or ought to
know the reason for striking out the TCO,oooln
forms us that it li the opinion of the members of
that body that the property-holders on the Ave
nue ought to be taxed to effect the necessary re
pairs and to pay for lighting this street
Possibly anything we may have to say on
this subject will hate no Influence with that
body of men, to whom In their official capacity
the Constitution of our country assigns the
duty of "exclusive legislation" over this ten
miles square
There are a few things, however, In this con
net tlon, that we feel It to be our duly to say,
though It should have no more effect than whist
ling down the wind.
The unfairness, the absurdity, ev en, of taxing
the clt liens to keep Pennsylvania avenue In re
pair and to pay for lighting the same, must Le
Admitted by every candid personubo will take
tho trouble to reflect upon the autject a single
moment.
Commencing no farther east than the Capitol
Kate, and observing cither side of the Avenue,
as far as the Circle, we have all the way long a
constant reminder that tho National Govern
ment has something to do with this broad and
splendid street From First to Third streets,
on the south side, He tho Botanle Oirdens.
Then again, from the corner of Seventh to Ninth
street there is no private property on either
side; from Thirteenth to Fourteenth street
there are public squares on either side. o,
again, from Flltcenth street, on the south side,
and from Sixteenth, on the north aide, there Is
no private property Here Is located the Treis
ury building, the President's Mansion, and La
fayette square.
All these reservations, grounds, and public
buildings belong to the General Government,
and not to Individuals. Is It fair then to tax the
citizens to light this avenue and to keep it in
order T It would seem hardly necessary to ask
this question. To assess such a tax upon the
propertyholden of Washington Is tantamount
to a proposition to tax the elllsens to light and
keep iu repair thecapltol and other public build
logs. The one proposition Is about as fair as
the other.
We must conclude, therefore, that unless all
fairness and sound judgment has fled from the
halls of Congress, the rejection of the S;20,ouo
Appropriation means that a much larger sum Is
to be set apart for putting the Avenue Into such
a state of perfection as will render It what It was
Intended to be, one of the most splendid streets
In the world.
ny Iepnrtuient.
Prom a letter received at the llureau of Med I
cine and Surgery, Navy Department, from
Montevideo, from tho chief surgeon South
Atlantic Squadron, dated January 23,1808, we
hav e the Information that flve of the vessels of
ti. ..pi. iu cie lying at incuor otrtnat piacc.
The health and condition of the officers and men
of the fleet was good. The cholera was prev alcnt
onshore among the Inhabitants to a consider
able extent, nnd the t)pe of the disease very
bad. The number of persons attacked was not
very great, but almost tnv arlabl) fatal to those
taken. There was as yet no cases among the
squadron.
From the surgeon of the United States steamer
Monongahela, vvhleli vessel la yet lying high and
dry at M. Croix, West Indies, we have Inform!'
tlon dated February ill, lt The surgeon In
forms the Bureau of Medicine nnd Surgerv, that
the yellow (el er which had broken out on board
the v cssel on the 12th of February had assumed
n more serlousform. About tlie tlmethe dlscaae
broke out on board tha ship the Danish troops
located in the fort, but a short dlat-ince from the
vessel, were also Attacked, The fort and the
vessel both Jty on the edge of a fresh water
mornst, which since the influx of the sea on the
lth of November Hat had become extreme!)
offensive. The men sick on board (nineteen)
were subsequently removed from the vessel to
a house on high ground on the edge of the town,
since which tlmo the disease was abating, there
being but two new cases.
There were four deaths from tho epidemic;
(.clgbtouM. Ford, rnslgtii John Mills, pa) mas
ter's steward I rid. E. JhOCher and John Schutz,
marines. Three other canes were xj.ee ted to
terminate fatally.
Capt.Jobn Do Camp has been placed on tho
retired list
nubble.
WcntniiKtT that more tickets bo Issued dur
Ing the Impeachment trial There has been room
every dij the court has Lorn sitting to accom,
modate at leit two hundred more persons.
Axonii tiik Hru TATons In tho K-illcrlea vca
tcrday In the Senate Chamber during the sittinz
of the court, vve observed a largo number of
ladles wearing spectacles The) cvhluitlv con
sldcred It t spec tie-ular atltlr
.St DkTAHTIAL MATTkii the luncheon eaten
by the ladies while sitting as spectators during
i no impeachment trial.
(JitUMkXDAni k to see Kcprcmitattvcs nnd
other public oUlclals furnishing oranges and
like nick nacks tothotrfilr and hungry friends
In tne galleries.
Not wise to secure a tUket for tho gallerb
and forget our opera glass
1 iKiJfn tolcavoyour seat befo:o the couit
bis adjourned, Ignoring tho fact that souio Us
fortunate party outside would like to occup) It,
but can't Never add Insult to Injury.
Ths while? House.
The President's counsel were, as usual, with
Mm yesterday until nearlj the hour for theses
alon of the Court or Impeachment. (Jen. Han
cock also hid an Interview with the Executive
In the forenoon The usual Cabinet session was
held, at which all the members were present
Hot Jos. If. BAmtSTT, CommUiIonrr of Pen
Ions, hat returned to the city from his trip to
the West, aod resumed the duties of his olllce
He looks much refreshed nod Invigorated from
his tour. During the absence of Mr. llarrett,
James A. Morgan, esq t Chief Clerk of the llu
reau, nbly and satisfactorily performed the duties
of Commissioner.
Grai HAAtniK's Moyemksti. aen.IIancock
will leave Washington on Thursday to make a
visit to his son at Oeneral Jtussell'e school at
New Haven, Connecticut, and will be accom
panied by Ccl. W. h. Mitchell of his staff, lie
will In? absent for about a week.
Pnounrt l. Mr. It. A. MoMurray, of the
Treasury Department, has been promoted from
n third to n fourth class clerkship to that De
partment 1 his Is a merited compliment to an
efficient employee Mr. McM Is otherwise
known as Professor McMorray, the Jilghtnlog
Calculator
(Iitxs Hamhk and Gordon a ranger have
been before the Impeachment managers., but noth
ing of Importance was elicited.
The High Court Yilertlr.,
About the usual number or persons wcr.
f ra-to.1 (n tho Ken to chamber TCSterdlT to Wit
orai the proceeding! of the UWh Court In tic
Impeach meat trjal. " .
The reptl4tlmto tot imwh of the PrcilJit
from the nunagtrs, oath part of Ihe Home, is
brief. ItvvoirMd by MriBoutwoII, awlUM
i ! fi.-...arABl tirnoAOtllntfa.
The main question considered by the Court
was the requestor Mr Johnson's counsel for the
postponement or the trial 'or a limited time.
After a consultation In the marble room for
about two hours.lhe Court decided to allow flve
dsvs, sod the trial, thereto ret If aet down to
commence next Monday at one o'clock, when it
will begin, and probably continue without Inter
ruption tq Its final conclusion.
Th following ti tht vote by which tht Senate
agreed, In secret session, to give five days' time
to the President t
Yeas Messrs. Cameron, Cattcll, Chandler,
Cole, Conkllng, Conness, Cragln, Drake, Ferry.
it ansa, uuivru, iiuwci iuviiu, ..vmn v.
Maine, Morrill of Vermont, Mortoo, Nve, Pat
verson oi iew iiampsnirc, rumrrujinimnj,
Itosa, Stewart, Sumner, Tha) er, Tipton, U illej ,
Williams and Wilson-is ....
Nays-Messrs Anthonv, IHvard, Iluckalew,
VOroeil, UaVll, IIIXOO, IWUimm uiiuuuua, ..-
sendtn. Fowler, Frellnghu) sen, Grimes, Hender
son, Hendricks, Johnson, McCreery, Norton,
Patterson of Tennessee, Saulsbury. Sherman,
Sprague, Trumbull, an Winkle and Mckera
24.
Not voting Messrs. Wade and Yates,
Mr. Williams offered a motion, that the further
consideration of the application fjr time be
postponed until after the cast was opened and
the evidence submitted, which was rejected by
42 nays to 9 yeas Messrs. Anthony, Chandler,
Dixon, Grimes, Harlan, Howard, Morgan, Pat
terson of Tennessee, and Williams.
Connniintlouanntl Rejection.
CoxrinvvTloia The follow Ingconflrmat ions
were made in executive session yesterdaj
Edgar H Hates, Charles Walter, John S. Oal
laher, and James A Kennedy to be justices of
the peace for Washington county, D. U. Charles
Koblnaoo, of Vermont, consul of the Vnlled
Mates at liuebec; Samuel D. Evans, collector
of Internal revenue for Fourth district of Texast
John II. Drabell, assessor Internal revenue for
the becond district or West Irglnlaj Jas
Sunderland, second lieutenant In the 21th regl
ment, I nited Mates Infantr) f Samuel W. Latta,
assistant surgeon In the navji Robert P. Lisle,
paymaster in ttien.V)( HenJ H. Kidder, surgeon
Inlhcn-vvytCapt. Augustus t Case, Commodore
In the navyfChas. H. II. Caldwell, captain In
the navvtHenrv K Davenport, captain In the
navy t Oscar V. Manton, commander In the tiav ) j
Huili rod II. Tav lor, commander In the mvji
Tobelleutemutsinthc navyiN Mijo Djer, H
M.Green, Edward Hooker, II H Nowlnge, A
W Muldam, Joseph S. Cony, ('has O Nell To
be masters Ilward S Kevscr, Thos Wilson,
De Witt C Kelts, Felix McCurley, John Mc
Gowan,0 C schulzc, E. 11 Miller, Henry C
Nlelds, Thos F Wado, J G Orcen, George E.
Wlngate, Geo It Durand, Chas A Schctky,
Jno. K Winn, Thos M Gardner.Chas II Hock
vvfll, C M Anthony, Geo F Wilklns To be
ensigns II W Orlnncll, N 11 Wlttels, Gilbert
Morton, W P lUod-.ll, J J. Price, i red Aug
Miller, W.-H Majer, O. W Farenbolt, A J.
Iverson, Wm F Duck, Joseph Marthon, K. F
Strong, W J.Dumont.W H. Urlcc, W II Webb,
C S. Co), Ezra Leonard, I) G Mcltltthle, era
S. Tanner, Jos E. Jones, Wm. Welch, Samuel
DcIdln.J H Stlmpsou, Henry It. llaker, Eugene
Watson, Johu F. Merry, V W Khoadca
Jno C. Morong, Wm.C Gibson, Wm II. Arrant,
Walter Sargcant, Jas A Cbesle), W A. Mor.
gin, and Wm. L. Hovvorth.
ItKJECTiois. James W, n) Jcr, to be assessor
of Internal revenue for the Twent)-fourth dlr
trictofNewY'orki David M Mills, to be asses
sor of Internal revenue for the district of Dvkota
Territory) Augustus Dradley,to be assessor of
Internal revenue (or the second district of Ind.
1'rlah Mulliken, to be postmaster at llloomlng
ton, Indiana,
flnr ltopnrtnieut.
llrevct Major Uencrsl I. I. Kaston, Ileput)
Quartermaster Ucneral, has tcen ordered to
proceed to St. Louts, Mo , to dUkharge the duties
of Chief Quartermaster General of the military
division of the Missouri until the return of
llrevct Major OcneralJ.L Donaldson, Assistant
Quartermaster General, or some other o Ulcer la
assigned there.
IJrcv et Hrigadlcr Uencral 1I.C Card, Assistant
Quartermaster, has, In Addition to hla present
of the Chief (tuartcrmakter, department of the
Missouri, during the absence of llrevet Major
General I, C l.nton, Input) ftuartcrmaster
General.
Among the visitors at the Department )ctlcr
day was lion. A. G. Kiddle.
Now liilllrntlu.
"AsDnnA HorLit,' an historical novel, by
Louisa Muhlbach, author of tho "Merchvnt of
llerlln," &.c , tranilvtcd from tho German by V
Jordan, and illustrated byGiaton Fay Tub
llslicd b) D Appleton f- Co, New York, Tor
sale b) Frctikh & Illcluvr Uou, No. 331 lVm.s)lra
nil avenue. Notice hereafter
"Laut At i Kj on Tiik Nkvv t'vv,"n novel
Published b) D pplrtou it Co, New York
For sale b) Kreuth iW I.Uhardsun, No ill IVnn.
a)lvaiia avenue. Notice hereafter
"A Tall or Tict Two CiTik." by Ch tries
Dickens. This Is another book of an entire new
edition of IHekens' works In a cheap and attract
Ivo form, published by D. Appleton fc Co , New
York. For svle bj French & UUhirdson, No
S34 I'ennsjlrnnla nvcuue.
"Tuc Kaoical,' for Mart.h, conducted by
Sidney 11 Morse and Joseph II. Maroon Pub
Ushed b) Adams St Co , Uoston This magazine
gives articles from the pens of eminent writers
on On? rvlijlous thought and ideas
I'l'.llSUVtl..
(i GnvsT, .q, of Ohio, brother of the
General, Is now in Washington and Is stopping
at the manstonof Llvtici on I street. He bears
a s'rong resembtatuo to the General.
MvJ Gk III lr, of Kansas, Is In town nnd
has rooms on the torncr t( V nnd Vinlh strccta
The General dllellUUnt servUc In the Union
army during the war
Col, A, C. Kumilion, of Illinois) V H,
Staum, United Mates nivyiGen 1. A King,
arc at the Metropolitan hotel
Gov. C (' Jkki, of(Jeorglt, aiid F M.
Cox, Uiilttd States nrni), ire at the l.l,
houtie.
IloV , J.GLOflHlJl.L.NM R, of I'll , IS Ut the
Se iton house.
C t Ciiah. 1ooiio, of Oniahl, Is at thetJwen
hou.r
lNilltleul OVtrS.
Tut. Mississippi Stair Journal, tho otrt.UI or
gin or the Constltutlonti Convention of that
.SI nte. raises the names of Orint for I'rcttldent
and leuton for ice President,
Tiik )Ieuibllcan p irty la said to be well organ
Ued in Kentucky. Cassiu M. Clij, upon his
; return from It urn 1 1, will stump the Mate for
(Irani
A lUifitAL paper Is to bo established at
lloilins, I, a l.very It tdkal p ijicr lit ttie .State,
cxient the New Orleans tribune, supnorts the
rogular .state tuhtr
THt blacks of Memphis are organizing to iirr
tcct Judge Hunter from a second attempt Ht ns.
sssslnatluu
TiiKCompteto returns of New Hump,,,. re foot
up for Harrlman a major. tv of '2 4ii 1 he Jte
publicans have a majority of 51 In the Home.
ItfcV II C.a I)KAV,whodld tho Republicans
su.h excellent work In New Hampihlre, has
beiii at It art fold to get nn aiiiioliihutiit, but the
Democratic Central Coininlttio didn't nee the
nropriet) of hiring speakers lo make Ittpub
lUan converts, so he was obliged to loavo the
Mate.
D. W Vcjoitubk spoke at Ntvv Haven, and
Mayor Hottm-in at Jlridgeporl, on Haturday
pitmfi!Mt.s Foit nioN iJt'O.a
TusAiiraT DEriKTimrr,)
UrtHH LlUHT llul.k UrtiBi,,
WAaHiRfiTONliTT, March II, li )
fiouloil prvpuaaii will m rfeefvail tit tlu oSc until
1 o'clock, p in ,on FKIUAV, thv 17th dir of April,
1SU8, for iht oJULruetlonor Iron Uuuti, will, atcss-
rluit complete, (txcrpi coiidi,) a luilow
.01 1 rwSBi.r i i nraccia.Ni iiu uuoyi
.otl TvfMnlr (J)flrit.elsMun itauvi,
, ) Vapl (Jill aa.eiinil.cl.taB (.in Itunvat
tit 1 BtxtT l&ii auooud-eUaa Won ilimra
Lot S One buudred UJO) llilrd-claaN ( an Iltiuya
f ,.t llBiaa Imnilrnil Milll IlilrJ (111! Nun Itu.iVa,
Uravflsfsand spvclflcatlODaof llm Baoyaauil aeeea
rl. lahri. ballsat.balln.awivsla.aulkisckla.)
and auy luforuiatlou lu lbs malUr, luay L iblalbett
ou api'llcatlun U writing to tb HP'r.'.'Wf.'l-.tJ lUi
olttca, " o b HUH KICK,
pihilt tbsirman.
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KlItK AND FATAL. INJUHY
CANADA AND THE UNITED 8IATI8.
L A R 0 E FIRE IX ALABAMA
All A.qnmlnallon In MUillppl.
rnon r.cnorr nv oaiii.e.
Loxdox, M.rch 24 Kt.dIoc Emeute. at.re
port.4 to hire occurred ftl DordCAUX, Kotl icOt.
tloul plAcurd hnre mKd. their appearance ct
Pari., Mar.etllea, anj other cltlea. The reform
lor of the Oraod Mollah la anlgned aa the cauae
of theietliiturbancea
lroeeetlitg of tho Cnttmllnii Conaen
lion.
Ottawa, March 31. In the House of Com
mons to-day Mr. Mills Inquired if any demand
had been made on the United States Govern,
ment for property destroyed by the Fenians
during the raid of June 19,100 Sir John A
McDonald said there was no correspondence be
tween this Government and tho Imperial Gov
ernment asking for compensation from tho Gov
ernment of the United States for loss of pror
ett) and other Injuries, Including loss of life oc
curring through Fenian raids.
They had to remember that the Government
of the United States had their own dlffleultles,
and, perhaps, they exercised their powei with re
ference to these hostile organlt at Ions as strongly
as they could with due regard to ultimate re
sults. He had no hesitation In saying the Cana
dim Government had Implicit belief In the
good faith of the United Mates. When It be
came apparent that these parties were about to
proceed from words to notion, the United States
Government, at a large expense, sent a large
force, commanded by their best officers, for the
purpose of upholding the majesty of their own
laws and preventing any Infringement on our
frontiers.
Considering, also, that the United Mates has
cause of Irritation on account of the Alabama
and other vessels that were fitted out In Kng
laud, and that this was a matter of angry discus,
slon, It was not desirable to add fuel to the flame
by sending our demand for compensation. It
should be remembered that there werelncurslons
which we could not prevent from Canada to the
United States.llke the .St, Albans raid and tho
proceedings on Lake Erie.
The government of Canada would see that
full claim would be put In through her Majestv's
Government to bo considered In the sentiment
In cross accounts between the two nations.
Mr. Mills made a demand for the correspon
dence with reference to the rendition of the
leader of the Fenian Incursion. .Sir John Mc
Donald replied that no demand had been made
for the rendition of those who hadescaped back.
The Government thought the law had been sufll
clentlj vindicated by dealing with those who
had been captured with arms In their hands.
AfTiilrs) In Alabmim Exteualre t'lren.
m:lma,Alv , March St Judge Moore, of the
Dallas Circuit Court, now lit session here,
received olllclal notice to-day that unless he
orders his Juries to bo drawn from the lists of
registered votes without reference to color, he
will be prompt!) removed from office. Ills decis
ion w ill be made known to-morrow,
The court house at Kutaw, one of the best In
the State, was burned last night. All the county
books and records lost. The work of au Incen
diary. The court house at Gresasboro was fired
on .Saturday night, but no barm done. A Are
broke out In the business part of Talledaga this
afternoon, and Is still (nine o'clock) -burning.
No particulars.
From SI. Lotila Arrent of ft Common
Nrolil Nutt II roii Ktit for lffnl Ner
vices).
St. Loci, Manh 21. Cora Francis alias
.Samantha Proctor, notorious here and In Chicago
for bringing suits against all sorts of persons on
trivial grounds, was arrested here to-day on a
charr r H.. umuiou scum, in aclault of
ball committed to jail. Mic came here to attend
to a suit against the PeutMrat, which was thrown
out of court for want of security for costs.
Air Pierce, a lawyer or rtew York, brought
suit to-day In the United States Circuit Court
against S, 11. Henv 1st for 15,000 for legal services
vv hllc Ilenv 1st was conducting the banking busi
ness In New York.
I'olltirnl AfTaira In Nnsisnnnli.
Savvnvaii, March SI The largest and most
enthusiastic meeting ever held In Savannah,
assembled at Johnson square, this afternoon.
The object was opposition to the llradley-Hop-klnspart).
The meeting was called to order by
V W Mm. John Moddard was nominated
president with twentj-tlve vice-presidents from
the most Influential citizens. Lloquent speeches
were made Vy United Mates Attorney 11. S.
Fitch, Col. John Scrlven.Gen. II It. Jackson,
S.T. Levy, Dr. Arnold, and otheis. Itcsolutlons
were adopted and a committee appointed to
select suitable candidates for city offices. The
utmost harmony prevailed. Itetween flvo and
six thousand persons were present, Including a
Urge number of colored people.
From alnclcKon, Minn. Aaanaaliint foil
oT n Prominent iJtyncr A lift) r In
ilonernl.
Ja ksoy, March 21. Win. M. Kstlll, a promi
nent lawjir of Mississippi, was assassinated
last night. The supposed assassin has been ar
rested The K K K.'s have made their appearance
here.
In the Convention two sections of tho legisla
tive bill passed, being the apportionment of rep
resentatives. W.V, K. btrliklert delegate from Tippah, has
resigned his seat.
RIeliuioiul Convention.
Kit iiuoNit, March 24 In the State Conven
tion the disfranchisement amendment was ngalu
taken up. It proposes to disfranchise all who
voted for avowed secession candid ties to the
seceding convention It was Indcflnltcl) post
poned Tho Ironilnd oath fur nil officeholders was
adopted W against 32.
rrom vllmliifctou, Iiel. The Ntt-iimcr
JoKCjiUlue lleiorletl Nnfe,
Wiluiiotoy, March 21 The steamer Jose
phine, owned by Morgan a. Co, of New York,
and built here, Is not n total loss, at reported.
Telegrams received hers this morning from New
Orlians, stnto that she has been got safely afloat,
uud is on her waj to New Orleans.
Tlii Iiiijtoiirlimenl Question Iu Clnclii
nntl.
Cincinnati, Marti. 21 Mr. Car), M. C,ad
dreaHed a meetingof worklngmen at Pike's opera
house last night He dwelt particularly on the
subject of Inipcaihmeut and tho payment of the
nttlonal debt In greenbacks. He was heartll)
applauded throughout.
from ,ch York Nntiu factory alurucU
nnd Ono Jtttn I'ntallx Injure!.
Nhw uk, Manh 2. The manufactory of 11.
II hears h Co ,20 Commerce street, dealers In
artists' materials, was burned to-day loss,
Jj.OoO tour men were Injured, one fatally,
while I'ncipliij from tho building.
NeiziireofivDlMlllIery.
MKUriu, March 21. The distillery of W. 11.
Hitchcock k Jirsdley, In Montgomery county,
Tennessee, has been seized for alleged revenue
frauds It Is charged that Uradley defrauded
the Government out of 80,000.
I'nrnall of ItobbrN.
Nahuviliu, March 21. The robbers of the
JCusstllvHI bank passed Huutsvlllo )cslcrday I McswUtl?eulfiI " devoted many yearsefhiasxtouaWt practician-.
with thirty men In pursuit, who passed half an , VJR'iSilS'.pJ otter pspers, relied upon a. t,. Uwl' t0 iU U"tn"t "4 "" ,f
hour arterwards I mosy. iout be Sled in the utiles tiotnty days befo ,J .h. NERVOUS DISEASES
s dayofheartngi the argvmchts, if any,wlthlnfe ,,dSI naiuMi.ni..
.f. r, iiiin"t l". " " l" UlJhll."r MMlor. &'M'ifW St!'E?tSl'? .BilJ5.if u.B,l..ta.....fp-.B.I..ad.,
Harlan, riiayer an.l ntewarti lltneral HUkln. L11MJl?;VSilllrUrtSl',.,,, ?"k aT 1 .oaaallca or l.ll.r r at bla wlJ.oa;.. K..
I'otliran.. and Wllllama. andOoloD.l Hlok.l. ot . li'tu. .SVXfX ilVIXiSlillAV.l'S'-f'!' Pl oaa , y llr0,. botwoea Twaatl.lli ar.a Twnlr-rJ
lennei.co, aruto.i.cakror lha It.PUbllcana lo I ."! A v !.' . w. . . Waahlaitoa. P. O..frotalh..i1ur.orilla.iii
uouuectleut. inbll.wsi AotlmCorAnlM.aerof 1'ai.ata.
AIiniVAIJt AT TIIB1IOTBM.
METROPOMTAN HOTEL-roTTS k8atT.
W w Allen, I.jrnehbilif , Vl ! l-enill eton, a
.1 Denerlnir II V I.liik, Ti'lillai .! W McElroy,
Tho. II Iloclir, ll,lltaore 11 J McUaoi. N
uta.kat Mlia Kva Dick.on, Ulf. Fannl. Dtck
nn ii.niniiHi iw , iiij.m.B. .inlmHha.ania..
KeaJinr, l'a IlleharJ Morton, Rlchn.d. V
DMcChannejr, Hro.klTn, N T J r BUlM.t,
AIe Dudler, Vai WW Jone, Phllai Wm 1
Clark, Oeo Peakr, Wm llmfM, 2 R MoBII.V;i
lift A K Kinr, Ualtlmorei W H Staun, US N
j ii ftorria ano wue, iii.. i;oieorcni,v..ii. ...,
It 11 (Jurtlo. A W Keefer, Mdl II M Pf '"".
VlWm H Pelrce, N Jl A 11 Wood, Wm M pen
man and wife. N Tl It II Flelcher, ClnclnnathO
Kllburn, Phllai WT Patteraon, N Y J M Lip.
plncott, shrewiburfiT It Moreroae, Nil II I.
Klnc and aon, Akron, Ohloill F Croabr.CM
carot M Brown and wife, Boltoni I) Dttten
hock.r, N 1 1 Joi L ilchelberger, Jeffkrioa
counrrlVai J A Conklln, M W1ietKY)Mit
Jai lluahea, Indi Wm K Roaera, ai John 11
Scott, KriFIIolfen, Dotton.Mam Mm Sue J
Marker. N Jl W F Smir, San FrancUcoi 1 m
II llnm.il, John n Wllmott, Phlla II UAfeu,
Lrnchburf, VaC ShafTer, La,
nvtTrn btitn ltnTFT II. S. neltao.
N II Smith, W II nurton.cltn O r lleaton,
Scranton, Pat Peter Herbert, John P Hilar.
Harrlaburr, Pat J T Mllln,.loihua N llarer,
V.i O A Tutfell, Portland, Jlei Chriitopher
I..I.I I... w ll.. Ilftlllmnr. Mdl H.nrV
Jenks, John W Drown, Usltlmore, Mdl Henry
Ilond,'Md John P Greene. Chlcaeo. Ill) John
I." ' ' t ... ,.,. ... ,. I0IM in. 1ml,
llnrri Tnonh ItaVor. Hell W L Williams. Indl
Joseph Hwann, Zimrl Dowen, Georre Ilowen,
Nil? John Williams, Albany, N Y Mil amble
ton, t) N Haley, Henry Haydeu, Samuel Adams,
Henry Thompson, New York.
EIIMTT HOUSE O.G. WiLLARD.
A H oung.N Hi Gov U C Jenkins, Q A
1'iaia, rvit luuiiruri -, - --,
ThosU Greene, LO Ashlev, Trovldence, It Ii
juun j r uowan, ni a .ii.uiuua, ..w.,...
Thn.n a II ahi.l,l Wall.. 1'nulilon. Rllaa u
Groom., Mr W.tmor., N Yl I' M Cox,, V H A
A. C'atnph.ll Dlaek, John Howard and lailf .Fhllal
Hat Id T lllahop, l,. la A Adama, Jr, 1 1 Sam'l
V l'rlce, Uharlci K I..wl, Richmond) Thomaa
llradl.r, Ma.ai O.o 1' Ilak.r and wlta,Slaunton,
Vai Henry Mcrheraon, l'hlla
SEATON HOUSE Jotix II. Smut!". ,
bill li nuuici, .uiniii g n -i ,,. ...-,
WJ Minor, Md( N Hahn, Cltyi Joseph Hugh,
Philadelphia! OOray, Cleveland, O; J F Stlfer,
Charles L Jones, Phlladelphlai A L Wilkinson,
Ala, Hon A J Ulossbrenner, Pat S Hobson, Ohloj
1.m,il 1 TnVa. llnatnm Snneer Co. At M
Gregory, Washington! D Paisley, Ilaltlmoret W
vv v ere.
nvv nnrrir: w. num.
I-Jl riaiiu idii ii t r nuai, riiiinucii(iin
O Lee, I A Uogart, and J W Drown, X Yl J T
Mol'nrnilrlr.eltri H Ilawoa. Ohlot W It Daw Son.
Mdf W T Delt, lfaltlmorei John It Maddox, Yaj
Chas Uonoho, umaha.
New AdvertitemenU.
W'AMKD-A OIRL TO DO OEXERAL HOUSE
WO UK. Applrat N. 407 Msrylaud avenue,
bstwssn k uur-and-a-iialf asd Blilb atrvsls mli23
TJL'KSITURE rORSALR ASD HOUSE TO REST
1? Tha Furnltora and 0eta of a llouae. cBlraMv
located south wf rfatlanal Uotsl, on Mlaaourl avsnos
The llona has nine roouai rent, U per invtnth. Will
atll all or a larr part of iho aaiuei or, if nocsaaarr,
will Isks trads In part Addreas Ux 0. al this
olSrs mbai ttt
c33LifCiAgia g
T, -1i i. CAKRIAOESI 'fT
On band, a line n amber of A rat elaaa Carrlaiea.
at prices to ault thetltnes Alao, a nnmbtror second
hand Ilitf (lea, Rockaways, Ac , Ac, very low.
Repairing promptly attended to
ROBERT II GRAM Of.
Repoaltory, JTIat , bet Hh nnd Oth ata..
tob23 Jt hoj,r;Elihthatreet. near U.
-TB ARE HAl'PY TO I.NFORM OUR FRILXUi
11 and the public that wo are acaln.
receUlac tlioae fatnou l'olnt Look on I and !e?u I m A
Smllli Lrvek'a, with Jouea'a, Laotlor'a, SNjJir
and I'wlter'a Cuvea OYUTEUS. We have SmtF
purchased the sulo right of lb above
creeks and cove, which srs the larceal, u J produce
lUefluo-t Oj-.leraln tho Cheapciko Hay We will
IIAHVKV A I'At .
3tO 1'sunaylvanU avenue,
1st ween Iflntli sad Tenth streets
A1IIS. J. E. MPENCEK,
310 reminyltRnln avenue, bttwecu
Mutli nnd Tenth ntrcetsj.
Will open, on
MONDAY, MARCH THE Attn,
A lnt and clecsnt asaortment of
FRENCH MILLINERY,
Including
BONNETS, ROUND HATS, AND COIFFURES.
DRLSS MAKING
In all Us Brsnebos, la the Ute.t
IPARISIAN STYLES. ub23
puo
PO 8 A L S .
11 ni . FRIDAY. March V7. lriUM. for bufdIvIdw tba
QaBrlriaiar' Iapartn la akla ny with
M7M punads Corn.
li,unipiBai ata
3-jft,pouud Timothy Hay.
0O,uj0 pouuda Straw.
Corn to bo put up In food, atrouij aacka of two
or Itins buihels each atandard, W pouuda lo the
bushel.
Oata tobeputnplnaackaoftbrcoor four butUeti each
atandard, Ylptiuods to tLobiiabel
All lo be free from dukt, dirt, or other dt-ferla, and
dellverod at Uuartenuaator'a vvarebouae, Forayth
street, AtUuts, v, hois thoy will be welshed and In
sp.td
Hay and Straw tnnt bs well balcM, free from dirt.
Weeds, ur ether defeats, and dellverod nl (lovernnieut
atabloa, corner Pryor and Line Nirerln.Atlania.whero
thay will be welshed aud lnpcrtad alaiidsrd, 2.UW
Iba tuthetou
Delivery to rotumencs April fi,13ofl, with out third
Iheaiiiouuta of each, and continue tu ciul atuvsnta
inr mi caaiin two loouiua
henrata LUa iiiii.t he made for e., li article. nnd In
n iuruo iui run tiiii,iiuu la
It I. t,inv uf llila ad vortlnaiopnt
iripixaie, aauauai, wi
attached to eat h
llkddera itre liivlled to be preaint or rspreaentej at
tha openluiruf the blda
The Ooverumeutreaervoslborlsbt ttireiertall bids,
or at cept or ri-fo.i audi parte of bids aa hty bs to the
beat lutureata uf the aervlco
Prupoaala ahould be addroaaed to the underalcnad,
and injur J ou the unveloiw, "Prwpeaula for the Ju
livery ofloraoand btravv '
Uy order uf Brevet lJrlfadler Ueucl R Ssxton,
Chief Uiuttcrniaater,
II J. FARSSWORTH.
FIr-t Lieut. 3lth Infautry. A A. U M ,
iiliA.Jt InUiaritoor Dept.
Ininraiice.
Olllce 71 LouUlnna avcuue, next to corner of Seventh
street.
Capital , 41,000,000
0 CIIVP.OE FOR STAMPS OR POLICILS.
KlkV.it Ukeu on the niot reaaonable term, and pull'
etc tucd for any period not exceeding
FIVE YEVRS.
CllARLKS KNAPP, Present
OMMtOE W. ltmo, Mcel'rraldeut
AOULL D. LARJIl.R.S.crelirr
IIIUIU 'D.IW
AMK1UCAN POl'ULAlt
:tlO IViiiiHilttiiiln Aveuur.
Tin: EIJUITAI1LE
1.1 FK ANSUHANt'i: KOflKTY.
I'oltrlea Immii.iI In 1S07 ItiMiirliiK
8I3,33I,400.
CASH INCOME H,U0,.',;i
V IIKYKIt.
uiiT tr
NOREVTR1CTION ON TRAVEL OR RESIDENCE.
DIVIDENDS ANNUALLY IN CASH.
NONFORFEITURE POLICIES.
W.M COLE, Sicretsry. C. W. BOUCK.Prealdout
A LIBERTY. Oeneral Agent,
iu Punuaylvaala avenue, Wftahlngton, D u ,
. ... sud 161 Brtdgeatreet, Georgetown.
M M,W,AS-ia
NIIIIITN.
Ueutlciucu'H Drews NliIrlN.
A full aupply conaUntly on band and made to order
a aurtrluratyle.at
NKW YOU It miCEN.
STEPHENS iCO ,
SlOPeuosylvanla avenue,
nibll-lfl Utweeu Ninth and Tuuth atreeta
I VEPARTMLNT OF THE INTERIOR,
1 Usitsi Statss Pstkmt Oyrirs,
Waihixitox, March 4. IbGS
On Ihe petition or t'SASLua F. Mahtiss, of Boatvu.
Maa , praytug fur tho sx!eniou uf a patent granted
to him the Citi day of June, Wti, aud rviaaucd ilia iMth
day of December, laU, nnd again relaaued ths VTtli
day ofAugu!, 1W7, fr so Improvement tn Sofa Bed
ateiid. for wimn vmra froni Ihe ei til rati nn at mbM
paten I, which lakea place on the 0th dar of June, ltttjl
i. uru-reu ma. tn wm i-miuit m uearu at lot I
Pateut OUlce on MONDAY, Ihe 18th day of May'
neat, at Uo clotlt, iu t aud allperaona arenotifled lo
appear aud ahow cauae, If any they have, why said i
rfSnVoftjl"h.' bS!' are required to Ala in I
OaePaUutotacetCeirobJectiona. specially sat rvrU In
wrlttof, tlea-lfieHftaaysbertrethejlayefhearlngi
alien Union ylllud byeilhor party, lo be naed at tha'
aaiu uarni, muai d utaeu ami rauiiuiiieti in neooru
DIED,
TALCONKR-AI half pail Iwoo'rlack n M.Bdar
afternoon, th. tld tulanl. tiaoana h. rAtcoaaa. la
th. Z7ih r.ar of hi. ar
Th. rrl.ad.AQil atqulataaet. of th. fmllr ar. la
Tlll to attend th. faaerat, from lb. rMld.ac. of hla
ralhor.RalpbfaleoB.r.K. aUBfath.lre.l,b.lwMQ
u I WHa.aday) anao.a, U.aMh IB'
faa.ral.from lh. rMtd.ae. of hi. p. real. E lreel,w
twoa Kl.T.BlhaB4Tweirihilr.eti,le-dartW.da.i'
day I ,1 1 o clock. m
lliklo.t-8ndd.Blr, on Ib.W Inilaal, In th. CM
year of hi a,., KpaaatM HaMoa
ilia faaeral will tak. nlac .1 hi. I.i. vMlJ.Br.. ob
Iw.nlr.foBrlh .troel, U1W..B I Bad K .treat. 10
bt IWadB.adarlal lg clock, p u. TbofrUBdvf
tb famllf ar. rMP.ctfnllr lavlt.d lo attend
BUKUkSER-OBtiio moraine ol tho Md laala&l, of
paraiTii. biicil a uvaiia.aa. af.d i ..ara, X
iBoalaa, BBd lodar, form.rlr.f Booaaabero', ltd
Ice Companies.
KKXNEmSC ICE.
The TCHfihlnKfon and Georcetonn
Ice Company
ISTMI
ONI,YCOHIANYITHKDITniCT
THAT SELLS
BOSTON AND KENNEBEC ICE.
XjooIc Out for ImiiOHlttoit.
Other carllna renreinltlittiieWeaaii aMllnroitr lee.
Everr wsaotihaa "WASIIIOOTON AND ObOKOE
TOWaN ILK CO " lettered on them. Lrtok at the
icsaodjuiics onToodoiuur ira win isav igoaer
than two ponud nf l'giamsc ice. Oar Ice la pure and
healtb-xlTlns We acll Twxxtt TirKKTa roa a
potLAa beud tj tbe olBce, Cnnxna TwaLrrn axu
V sTRBkra, and ict Tickktk, and Ibua avoid ifoi
Ttrn ti.li71.tr
Dry Goods.
D
n y i o o i h .
Jn.t rra1wa.l. a anlau.llil Artmnt nf (!lKSIi
URKhS. rrnm&ieenlalaairwr rarJ All wool l)t-
LAINEt!, SJH eenis, worth W. UK ESS 000 D9 from
w in it eenia, cnetp.
.NEW OKK MlttS COTTOX, codK.
HATES', UcenU
Olker iradea cheap.
JOHXfOX BUTTOX,
In lit) It 621 (Seventh alreet
NOW OPKM.X..
K P 11 1 X UOODN.
A larce and iaif olficent atock of
DW.X 0OOD8
At sxlremel j Uxr prlrea.
J. W. HKL1IV A. CO.,
t!Tl lVnuaylvaula aveuue, aoulli able,
ml13-eoJU nearlk'veulU at.
SPUING OPENING
or
Dry Goods.
WM U. 1UI.EV i llP.OTHF.lt,
lo 3U Central tor,
iiiMS 6t Opposite Ceotre Market,
ill LAP DRY OOOU3 HR Hl'UI.VU TRADE.
We are selling beautiful Atpncaa. nil abadea. and
very fine, at 3o ccnta per yard All wool Delaine,
A larf e'atock of Dress Ooo.li of laat se ton, from 11
to 11 ccnta nor yard, worth IV) cent
i ull ) ard w file lllruehed Mnalln, 12'i cent
fi.4 ditto, at JO cent- Beautiful ralicuea. 11; cla.
OohI Kid Olovea, 73 cental auperlnrouea, tl 2-1
Large To weta. all linen, f,7. per dot , worth D
A very larreaaaorlmeutuf 1'nraaola jut received,
from 1 to 4.
Ilavlntr a very larsn atck of Uooda wo are rre.
pared tootTer Kreaterlndiieenieiila tn OnMiudllc than
A
Tiia3-si.'4i-i.as-i.a3-i.9-i.'43
JOSEPH'S LinilT-rOLOKEn KID OLOVLSi
fli..-u.i ... .:..
l'RICh-tl XII'EK FAIR
nriti.va imihshls axu su.i umdiiei.i.as.
rail aluck of UU niiollH al ll. I iw.-t ru.li
prlcea. VU. K KII.EV J. IIRU ,
Ma Id Cutral Murit',
nil.19 Ct Olilwall. C.Btr. Market.
Interior Adornments.
505 I NINTH STREET. I 505
SEATON 33Tja.IJXj.
KIIIUEI.I. A- IIKM)i:USON,
OU XISTH ST . SEATH.1 HALL,
Wonli ra.ri'CtrBllr l&rarm tliolr TrlaBila Bad III. rul.
lie tlial llier liaT.Jmt racelred IU.tr Sprlag atuck of
WALL lMI'KHS A. WINDOW HIIAUEN.
Alao. a Fiaa AaaortmOBt of
OVJll. AD HOB IRE I'lCTURE VRAHK.l'irTlTIE
Ctlll 111 ANIITAUHKLt. riCTI'KE MAILS,
UILT COR.VIcm, PI.OOK AMD
TAlWWiSj-itJ.,'-
Street, beaton Hall,
UihJl-llil
QIEORG E WILLNEK,
FAPEUHANOER AND UPHOLSTERER,
m roan a aud pkalir m
FRENCH AND AMERICAN PAPEKIIA-NOINOS
t UPHOLSTERY GOODS,
VA Ninth street weal, bet wee u D aud L' streeta,
M t waaHimtTOW. r n
Attorneys.
THOMAS NK,VTO DONOIIO,
At(onieyiitI.nut
UhAL E&TATE, AND CLAIM OFFICE,
lutolllgenccr Butldlug, Seventh alreet, uear D.
Legal Paper, Dved, Ac , prepared. Til I en t pr)
crtyexauilued mbll it
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-AT-I.AW,
WASIIINOTON, D. C.
OlSce: No. 42S D atroet, oppoalto Ihe City Hall,
WILL PltACTirE IN TUB KUPRKMR COURT
OF TUB KN1TFD brAfFS. t iMTRT OF
CLAIMS, AND TIIK i uVHtA Or
THE DlSrKICT OF
COLUMBIA.
4ariiilHia and Department Baaluess win receUs
prompt attentlou. ao18-tf
TAW OFFICE.
JgRiuuaB. Unci,
Ward II, Lamov, q p rjLtcr.
BLACK. LAMON, St CO . '
COUNSELLOHM AND ATTORNLYi5-AT-LAW
IN Tllh hUPREMB COURT OF THL UNITED
RTATfcS
TI1F. roURT 0F'CLAIM1,
TIIF. f OUUTSOFTIIR DISTRICT,
THE KXKriiriVB DFPAKTMFNTH, AND
COMMITTEES OF CONURLbN.
Office. 8 Fourteenth street.dlrectlyopiioaltawillariiw
. HeUi. deltv-tr
ATTORNEY AND fOUNBELLOR-AT'LAW,
AU
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Pricllceabtforeallthe Court and the DcparlinsnU In
ths DUtrlct of Columbia.
orrici: xo. Ulocisisha atssfk, hea.r coama or
SlITUaTKEIT,
Prepareaall kludsof legal doenmenta, aucbas Leaaes
Doodn, Will. Powers of Attorney, Landlord asd Ten
ant Notices, Ac , Ac,'
ar Particular at 1 1 tin given to tho Collection
DMbtaund Claims. nt 18-tf
Medical.
MKIIAI. notici:.
Thla la to Inform my friends and tho public Iu imo
era I that 1 have resumed
OFFICE PRACTICE.
OOlcelu tbon'ur of inyprux Store, corner Sevcuth
nn I M streuls
Medical advice to Indlgout peraou grails
liiblS-lm L. M.TAYLOR. M. D.
pRIVATE CONbULTATION ROOMS.
Ladles requiring immediate treatment, from v rhat
ever eanae, aliould coiiault Dr HENRY, aa bo lurua
all lltKLUlTLAUmhtf without fall
Dr, HLNRY Uakilful and ronlldonllal
Olllce Ho IX J atnet, betweeu Llcvoulh and
Twelfth u.bll Mf
. (OXhULT nn. I.ROV
S ULL hi' I ION ROOMS
4Sd Eleventh alreet, above Pcuiuylvanla avenue.
LADIES dnairing especial treatmeut will Audi
1 lllimt akll I fill an. I r.lli.l.ln ,.li.j Ian In ll..ll
! LADIES doalrlng especial treatmeut will flud 1 llm
I tuilt r.ti i . reiiaiiio imyauiau in moriiy..
IRKEiJULAItjlIkS.from whatever cauie, fully i tnd
IIIIILIIUUAni
fiuirklv relli d
nivin Anu nnuvuiin UIKKA8E8 spwdlly cnretl.
SEASES
Palleuts
ltt. CURTIS. M. D . F. R. C. S.. Ac.
XJ
Author of
"MANHOOD,"
''LXPOSE OF QUACKS AND QUACKERY."
VTHEUSEOF THE MICROSCOPE IN CBRVUMT
nitivu nv nwiuri-rv "A
CASES OF DEUILITY, &.
oSp. ut.. tad f ram 9 1. 1 p. in.
Special Notices.
3T-TII111D WAKtl HKPUI1I.I0AK
V M.HTiBn -Th.m will ba a m..tlaaof th.
Third Ward llcpoblleaa. at Wla.w.ll karracae, .or.
nar a.Tfnlh and '()" atiMla, THIS (W.dn.adaf)
IVMlin . W .i.luk
WlttIAMA.C0OK.di,r.
Jonn T. Jonirsos, 8erstary. 1 .
KrEd wHlholdnsptMUImtlnrTIIIS(WMaS'
iST)EVE.1l.ta,at tbilr Hsw Rooms. Mo IttPnu
srlvanla arvnn, at 7.30 p. m. A fall tt-inloet Is
di.lftJ WH. LAMHOK.N,
U gxrstar).
VOtJ Mint No 1, Mfmwrf art rtMnsiled tomrat
St OJJ V.llowi' Hill, TUISfWedDftdar) AFTLK
NOON. t 1 o'rlotk. to attaad th foncrat of Palrtareh
UEOROE E FALCOltEK. Patriarchs of BUlsr Sd
can.poiei.tt ar frsteraally reaof'tj to polls with
U 8crlb
,m--m u-nnutxnMRirm AiisRMnr.Y
tfrC' Aapeelal meetlfuref the AsaemblywlH 1
helson WEDhESDAY EVENINO, Mirth H.alConncIl
Ubsmtier, at 7.tu o'Cioci. uasiosa ot unponsDce,
rennlrlnf lmmedlac atleDtlonjWlll be trsnsacted
" J W UAfTiaOLT, President
K Watkixi, Secretary. inh24 21
IKtST" POSTPONEMENT, -Tho Coucert of
la7 lha l.hnlrcontiactad with Ilia Matreet M. E.
Chnrcb, for ths benefit of thsMlxalon School at lathed
tn that Cnnrch, lierelofors announced to take pi are en
IVTST- OFFICB OP TUB WASHINGTON
bzxj suaiiUK -1 no, wAStmnTo.
iirr-iing iji
nui mama, on
DAY L EM.NO, April 3, IStt. at Vi o'clock.
The meellaf la called for the purpose of ratal or
funds brsaaeaament, uecesaary for the pnrcbaa of
th round
Mtm"rutll m export t to proJ'tc thlrctrt(JI'
enttt nf mfmitrh( it
(Slsnejj W II riAOETT.rres't
II A MOOKE, Secretary. niliZi lAp3
NKTST" OFFICK OF Tim PUTOBIAG
irty Ferry Company , kktrhth MrnssT
WnAHr.WAaiMXOTox, Msrcb tVS Tim "Ladlea
Monnt vernon Aaaoclatlon" having made other ar
ranfemenla for tbelr accomnrndatton, the trlpa of tl,e
attamer Wnwaaetto Uonnt Vernon will be dlcou
tinned here after WM 1 COLT,
mtaaj-51 PrcMileut Fotoinac Ferry Co
fVpDaLTlHORlS AND OHIO HAIL
hkX UOAU TICKET OFFICE,
40d Pennsylvania avenue, between Fonr-and-a-half
and Sixth streets
GREAT CONVENIENCE.
Tickets sold t) all points, North, Eaat, West, and
South weL
BafRSae railed for and checked at Hotels and pri
vate residences In all parts uf tho City and Ueorce
town lly tlil arrangement, paaaanrcrs can provide them
selvea, at llielr lelaare, with tleketa and bnmajo
cbecka. and avoid all annoyance at the depot,
nleepluc car tickets can also bo aecured at lM
oClc tnM lm
IIiilltltUK mud Depoelf Anaoclsttlou.
"J "nf ouvtu iiiv wi
.DIIAf.L, Sec'y,
DUU Ninth alreet.
iWL o JKKVKMII hTREhT, BETWEEN F
ANIl 11 aTltkkTM
A aplendid aaaorlmentof BOOTS AND MIOF, for
j.aoieaana ueniiemen, iiiae, lontna anj tvlilldren
eintaiiily on hand, at low price
Nn 40J bLNLMIf hTIIKKV. OPPOSITE THE PA-Jall-tr
TENTOItlCE.
T"0 V CUMMINSf
317 SEVENTH STREET,
AN EXTENSIVE HOOT AND SHOi: HOUSE,
Where the pnblle maralwsr And WHAT TIIKY
WANT, andoftheUI-STMANtJFVCIURE
Socond door aoulh of K streut and Northern Market
ITT5T- ISMIlHRllOUSK(4tn PKNNHYI
3& vaiia Avitsrs, between Third nnd tour
and-ahalflrecta. lrp.claaaBoardtnir-houe, with
all the comfort of a holnl. Accommodations for hJ
Iueaia. no iK.uorn aohi. 'lninaieni noarjera, fi a
y. Regular uiwuthly boarders at reduced ratea.
feU9-lm
Irt SuSThTRKET,
WHOLkSALK AND RETAIL
LIOUORS. wFfcSAND CIOARS.
MWa
(SjT-PItKn IAINC11,
idCf AT Nn. 2M E STREET,
between Thirteenth and Fourteenth atreeta, dally from
li) ID a m tn 1 p m , and from 7 to 12 o'clock p. m ,
EXCEPT SUN DAI S, under the auperlntendcnee of B.
R. Warner. fclLSra
a('V i,itjtiiR4 ivn nnuivnra r.. u.
dies, Oentiemen and Children, No, 4fJ Tenth street.
Opera cloaks for hire. ja34'tf
(Kjr'VICTOniA IIOTKI., 383 Peunnyl-
sSr vanUave&Qe,betweenFourand.sbalf aud
blxth streets.
The undersigned baa opensd the above hotel, (for.
merly Oerhardi Hotel,) and will b pleased toaeahla
former friends at hla new place, hoplar at the tame
ti me to bo awurded a dnsbharo of the imbllc patronage,
felMf FLRD.HObLll.
(JOT-EVEHKTT IIOUSK
tiy ROUX'S REbTAUKANT,
'118 F street, between Fourteenth ami Mftceoth streets.
BCKVltJb A'Lra-UAKTh
Boarders taken by the Day, Werk.or Month Prlvsto
diulnc room for Lad lea and Gentlemen. Particular
a l leu lion glvca to partleant short Aotlca.
f13-3in Lato Steward uf M t. Club.
BKTST-TO MARRY OU NOT TO MAUUY1
OkSy WHY NOTr-S-rloua reSectloua for louug
Mcu, In Kiie of the Howard Aaanclatlou, on tho
Pbyatologlcal Errors, Abncs aud Dlaeaawa luductd
by Ignorance of Nature's Lnwe, In the flrtage of
man. bent In aosled-lelter envelope, f re" of charge
Addreaa, Jlr J SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard As.
buclallou, Philadelphia, Pa. Ja,U-3ia
OT- TUItNKH'S TIC DOUI.OUllKUX
IMVKltSAI. I?R'HAI,IJI l'II,I
A SFL, CERTAIN AND SPI-KDY CURL I OK ALL
NHIVOUS UIHEAbKS.
It nfien rurea Stiiralgtit Wirittlit In lean than
twenty-four hour Aouriu of Neuralgia or Nervi.ua
Dlaeae falla to yield to It In the trrtrt rnwrs. no
matter of how lung ntnndlug, its uar, for a very liort
llme,rare) fall toeir.rt comptrtt run It run
n(ir.i)lmuoil with jterf(t antti, H la approved
and td by many of our n( thklumt i'hytlci'tti
Sold every wl re h,nt by inallnu receipt of 1 wJ
TURNER Si CO.. bole Proprlelra,
mliU-ly 1JJ Trcuiout at., Doalon, Mmm.
K3T"T1 FARMKRS AND PLANTUKH.
U3- I ho enliKcrfhera olTer for aale. In lota tn
Miltpurrliairra, 2,UU TONS OF DoUBLb-lttl IN ED
POUDItLirB, of the LodlManufaduriug Company,
made fr nn the night null, blood, oif.il and dead nui
ii.aUuf New York city, for which the romtutny bav
exrhmlve coi.trart Price only TWbNT . I Xk.
HOLLA I'SPblt TON. freight aud ehargoa from New
Warrauted by the compnuy to boeiiu.il
att tit iinv hleli-iirlru auiiornliuanhaln
In iitarltit 'lue reaulta ouCoi-UaCollon, ToLaoio and
II ruin liuva. IrfXin aIii.iiahlua 1Kb rmat aiia.aiiii. It ma
titrea the crop from tunilayalo two week a earlier and
doubles the crop, pamphlet with certificates of buu
drcdaor wull-kuown planters and farmers, andevry
luformatlou, auutfreo to auy one applying by letter
orolhorvvlatfto THOS, DAYIfkHl bON,
It) McF.lderry'a Wlmrf, Baltlmorsi
JI00E4 WEDDbRBUKN,
Alexandria, Va. I
Or to tho Lodl Manufacturing Company .
Jal5-2ui New York.
pr-J UST I'UUf.IHlIKLt-l'rlce 10 Ccuts.
New Medical Ptimphlct, entitled
MANHOOD,
A TREATISE ON HEALTH,
IT
E. DE F. CURTIS, MMD., F. R. C. 6 , Ac , Ac ,
(Late Surgeou Turklab Contlnont,)
Author of 'Cnrlls on FooJ." "Eipoae of (luacka aud
Utiackery," "Uaoof the Mlcroicope In Cortiwii wia
i uebiuty." ac , c,
TlilaluvaluuhLi work treatiou the cauae and lure
ot prematuredecllaet shoa how to live aud vv hut to
live fori how wealth la lot and how regained i gives
a clear ay nop la of youthful ludlairullou aud abuaea.
n 1 iuo remouy iiiirvior. .... ....
'the above pamphlet can bo obtained on application
,a l.w .,. from tli auiiiiir. Ilr C1IKTIS. who inav
aUo be eouaulted ut his realduuce, No IJfl 1 atreet, be
tween Twentieth nnd Twentyflratstreet, Waahlug;
tou, D C , from the hours of 10 a. iu. to 3 p in , aud
from 0 to 8 p. in. MT-Uin
.-THMi:iicAr, hoahd poh tiiic kx-
rv AM1NATION OFCANDIDAUH OU A 1-
.iiktHinv in m tiik navv ah aksiktant suit.
OboNK A Board of Medical OlUcers la now Inseaalon
at the Naval Aai lum, Philadelphia, for the examlua
tlon of caudtilutea for ndailaalou luto tho Medlcil
Cyrpsof the Navy. ,, .... ,
ueniiemen ueairoua oi erpvnriuK uoiorx m ounru
miiat make application to iho llouorablo Secretary of
Ihe Navy, or to Ihe underaigued, staling realdeuce,
place aud date or birth. Applications to. bo accom
psnied by repectableloatlmoniaUof moral character.
Caudldates muat not bn le-a than tweuty-oua iior
mors than tweuty-aU yesrs of age
No exiwuau la allowed by thotiovernment to candl
dslea attending lbs aeaalouaof the Hoard, ua a mic
csaafnl examination la a legal prerequisite fir ap
pinilmeultn Iho Navy.
'Iheuuny vacaucieaexlatlug lu the Medic it Corn
Inauro ImmcdlHte appointment to aiicceaafnt caudl
dates P J. lIORWirZ.lhUr or Bureiiu
Bureau of Medlrino and burger) , Navy Department,
Fsa fckl'W&stiUaU
7RAPPINO PAPER AND PAPER DAOS 0? ALL
1 v alios ana qutuiuiua, ior nin ut
-TEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
XJ UJIITSU bTATIJ PATkXT Ofuci,
wr i n i bi.ii...b. v.i, ua i-.-o
WABniMllTUM. Vft "8. ItiA
On the petition of Thomas T.Jasrett, of Hor. ham.
!'euu , pravtng for Iho oxU ualou of u, pulcut gruultd
a hlu Ue Sttli day uf May, ltVl, for au iiupruvem. ut
In liar Elevator, for sevvu vtarafium the ex pi ration
of said patent, wLlch takua placo vn the Jutlt day of
May, lbbSi
It la ordered that the aald petition be heard at the
Talent OlUee ou MONDAY, the 11th day of May
next, atlJo'cloik, m nnd all peraons are uotlOedto
appear and show tauae, if auy they havt, why amid
petition ought not lo be grauted. , ,
Peraonauppoalug the exteuaion are required to His
In ths Patent Olllce their objection, apeclally set
forth In writlnr, atleaat titmitu davabeforo tho day
of hearing, all leatlmony Bled Lyelllier parly, to bu
uaedal Ihe said hearing, muat bo Inkeu aud Irsua.
milled In accordance wlih ths rulea of ths olllce, which
will bo furnished ou application.
Depositions snd other pspera, relied upon as leall
tuony, inuatbe fllod InlhootUco tmnty daya before
Ibedayof hearlugi Ihe arguments, if nuy, wludufcn
dsva after tiling ths leattmonr. .,,,., .,
Ordered, also, that thl unties bs publlahed in ths
JttvulUcun snd ths afsffiyciicsr, Wahlugtou, D.
C, aud In the lUgUUr, NorrUtown, Peuu., our
week for tbreo auccoaatvo weeksi ths Aral uf said
imhllcatlons to be at leaat sixty days Previous i to tho
dsy of hearing. A M. Sfl'UT,
U4-TJt AcUssCoaunlisloaerofPatsati,
Tor Sale or Bent
OAK ID.
J. T. DYER A CO,
Woald rMPcetrollr Inform their Mends .and the pub
lleinnerallr that ther har conaocted the anclla
bnalneaa with their Real Eatale Aiencr. ,
Strict attention paid to sale of fnraUars at owners'
reablencesi also to sales of lUal Knlat at 1'obllf
Ancllous. .
Loans net otlsted with dlipalcb,
Rents promptly collected, ,
All kluds or ConTOTancIng dons at our offlce, 71
LvnlMlana arenne Ltmtmbr the aataber tl Loals
laoa aveaue, two doors from BoTtnlb street.
Cots ootblsg to call en ns. ' ' tnhM-tt
T?ORRESTo. I.J SIXTH STRhtT. BETWEEN
X1 Oantl It.annelbrse-atory BRICK HOUSE, eon.
t.lnlDt eleren room, with all modern ImrroTeoiot
F ...II. .....1 I . 1, TI-aaaaalaK .l.aaltal.l
t.lnlDt eleren room", with ail modern imrroTetBioi
and stsbls attached to It. roaelof jrWen the lt
or April Ioqnlrs al J II. SHAFPIELU'S, Ho l
1'ennaylfanla sTenae, between Twolrth and Thir
teenth street. mhlMf
pon SALE.
house n Rixih street, nsar jnire!unas--s,vio,uuu
Two HOUSES on D street, near City Hsll, T,UU
nd 10. too
HOUSE on F street m ...
HOUSE on Eleventh alrret, near f, 13, 000.
ii ML or. on r.ieTcain Fireei, nr v vo.-kiu
HOUSE on b street, near the At"v 90,000.
ii uu on on itDia iiirni, (,
t ,&VT( . i
mhl7-10t
V, J. " Abba VV ,
Cor, Lonlslana a?, and Sixth st.
1 0 fi(C PEACH TRKFS. 8,000 CONCORD
iaO.UUU OHAPE YINL8. 9,U CURRANT
BIIMIES ?.... .
Fer sals St the Nursery of tha subscriber, on Rock
Creek, near Wsphlnston. lf.OuO well crown and sBB
wellaelected PEACH TltEb'Si 5.000CONCORD g
ORAPK VINES of one aod two years arowthi"
t.(M) CURRANT BUSHES, with a vsrfety of other
! Ia(nak
Brtnf desirous t cloe out business, the above;
Mock will bs disposed of, wholeaals or retail, at reas-
0BJf.,'.l?.-lril.,., ... ... ..... , .- W..VI...
rer ISU ooruuiwif Will tT Uri.iaj-U 111 MHIIiyi-
ton or Georgetown at aborteat ,, ,---
41'auwa iimifh
tiAB.naiai (.l.liliiar In nlanl Patarh DrrharJa arnalJ do
well to call aod Inapect the Treea, as tber are of nn
common 11ns grow I hand the most dealrabls vsrletles.
i-:..
VALUABLK LOTS on Cspltol nilt. two saasrss
frjrn the Cspltol.
Also,
LOTS In tha northern part of the city on long tlmo
only 920 down balance la am ill monthly psytnenla.
LOTS od the Island-very reaaonsble.
D. L. WELLS Jk CO.,
tnM710t Cor. Loulalana ar, aod Sixth st.
IrOR RENT-FANCY DRESSES AND DOMINOES
' for Ladles, (Jentlemen and Children, at MOX
LEY'S, No. W Tenth street. Opera clonks for hire.
ja tf
"DOOMS FOR ItENT.-OOOD AND PLEASAKT
IV ROOMS nay be obtslned at reasonable, ratea. at
No. 37 Thirteenth street, between 1 street and New
orkavenae Uil-tf
Wants.
"WANTED-OENTLBMEN AND LADIES TOCALL
at MOXLKY'rl, 4 Tenth atreel.and aes his
Beautiful FAhUY DRkSSbS and DOMINOES for
Ladles, Gentlemen an-t u failures,
hire. ,
"VVANTED-A OOOD CHANCE TO CHANOB
V your lloraea nnd Carriages for Palenl Right
Territory alao. Farm taken In payment for a very
nfal nateut Juat o flared for aale SaiciTOon No.
437 Statu Mreel Turms mads according to location,
jaj) La C l.nn.
V
fANTED-A RARE CHANCE -AN ENBROETIC
t UIN mIiL a null anltl an A Ilia tviaavaaOF nf
a borae and wagon, will And au opportunity for n safe
tnve.linent by calling on CL'Ul, No 487 Six lb
atrert, wboro ths matter will bs fully explained.
Jalif
tiri1TRT,-NKW AND HART.OFF CLOTHING.
OLDUOLD ANDSlLVER.or any other article
of value.at the otd-eataMlahed Merchant Pawnbroker
bloreufU FULTON Co ,1111 Ninth alreet, 3 doora
north of Penuayivaulanvenna. de3J tf
WILLIAM
ltl.K Writ.
ten by Wor the moat .IMlDgulahed Dlftnea tn Europe
nnd America Illustrated with over IU SleeJ and
Wood Engraving". In ons large pclavo votssVW-Prtcot-tiU
Ths only edition pnbllahed in America,
rondeuaed by Dr. Hmlth's own hand. We smplor no
llrnersl Ageuts and offer extra Inducements to Agents
dealing with na. Send for descriptive circular;, nnd
oo our terms. J B. UURIi CO, .
Publishers, Hnrtrord. Ct.
1 000 A0ENTB wanted
luallpartaoflhe United States, to Mllonr Immcuao
Hat of nearly DM dllfcrent
BOOKS, BIBLES snd PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS.
Fvery fsinlly wants aomelblng from II.
t atafoguoa fnrnlahed on application, and book a
a,iut poat paid to any addrsw on receipt of pries. Can
vsa!ng-lHoka containing tho llat, with prices, to
jtetber with blank aheeta and printed headings for
ruritlllogallatof names, sent fres lo any ons on ro-
Aii)"body can sell from 100 to 1,000 or theaebwoks
almost auy where. For terms to agents and other In
formation addreaa
W" JOHN B POTTER A CO -Publishers.
n oa. nis ann on oaoora b,wi.
Phlladslthla.
A OENTS WANTED
'TUB H18TOKS VT TIIK VYAU UKTWKb.l THS
bTATtS,"
HeCauact, Character, Conduct and Results,
II y HON. ALEXANDER U. STEPHENS.
tt ..iitxl at ihaptutitp anil raa.lv aula, .anintilHn.t talita
an lucreiwdcomiiilaalon, make It the best sabicrlp
tlun hook cvvr puhllahrd. tlend for circulars and aeo
onr terma. nnJ a fu1lderrlption of the work. Ad
drea. NATION L PUULISHINO COMPANY, Phil
addphla. Pa. ...
A PICTURE OF TUB DKOLTED STATES,
aUii III ivgu vi iiijruiiiiiiuu
Every voter nreja It before November.lftCS Freight,
largeat roiuiiilatlon aud a priinlmorvnpald For
particulars d Iroaa L bTEBIHNS, HartfurJ,Ct
t1 ,: PER 1HV.8URE-NO MONEY IN AD
HpX) VAX E Agent wanted everywhere toaell
onr Patent Kvrlattiia; Meiahlc CI.OTMLS-LINbS.
Addrraa -.MhllirAN WIRE COMPANY. WJ Broad
W, N. Y lfl Dearborn atrivt. Chicago
AY
rANTED-SLESMLN to travel for a mannfae;
ig company aim acu uy twiiiinc. oi
miaranteed Addrea. V. lib stump. HAM
II, ION A IIO.VE. 41aChe..inutat .Phlladolpl.Ia. Pa.
Stoves and Tinware.
W II Cot.raa.
j r 11
it
nR. i
4-17 Eleventh atreel, above Peon, avenue,
VVASIIIAUllli1!, v. ;.
43- Partleulsr atteutlon paid to rermlrlngFurnsros,
I'unitea, Parlor Heaters, As , and all work arranged
ml.!7-if
Job Printing. J
" " joKi:rii i. rEAitsoN,
HOOH AND JOB I'UINTEH,
CORNER OF NINTH AND D STREETS,
(Secoud Story Masonle Hall. )
Stables.
lOOK'h BOARDING STABLES,
O ON EIGHTH briiLET,
Between Dand K, No W.
Particular attention paid to Boarding lloraes.
Lairgf, airy and comfortablo aUbles. Ihe proprietor
ts welVkaown savuoof ths boat feeders tu tbla Dia
tiln Owneraof poor borasbtcun hays them fattened
s nd well cuTed for
CARltlAULH can be had at all hours for Parties,
Wuddlug. aud Fsuorals Jatl-tf
Circulating Library.
pIKCULATlNO LIURARY.
MEMBERSHIP, or M SHARES," by tbs month, fid
csnls. All tho NEW BOOKS na aoonaa publlabed.
Alao, by tbs day or week old Books Itoughtbytbs
whole Library or Slnslo Book. All are Invited lo cal
and see at 4UH Seventh street, between B aud F, under
IheoUlta of the Collector of Internal Revenue, na alao
ho Uuln d btates Aaaeaaor'a Offlce. fel-tf
Mattresses.
TITATTRESS FACTORY,
CORNER TIIIRTEEN-AND'A.HALF ANDI'INN-
bYLVANlA AVENUE, SOUTH 8IDB
Slattno.i.eNof every deacrlptlon and price on baud
and mado lo order,
All kludauf furulluro rcpjtred.olled.sndvarnlahod,
iiiihllellil J. M CI1KRAN A CO
Garden Seeds-
GA
ltitr.N ni:i:in,
'CARACTACUS "DUeatono'a Extra Karly"
ri.AN,
Impoitod from Lflgland,ous week earlier than the
fiirllt at k uowu
IMPORTED DANIEL O'ROURKR, LandretU's Et-
tr Larly. Toitilhiiinb, Dwarf Bins Imperial, aud
utlii r Mtlvll! t 1'fft.
EARLY BBAN, Lima-, Oiilou Sets, Cabbage, Let
tuee, Corn, 'loinalo, Egg Plant, and all other aeede
l...l,.rt.i,.Iiw,,-j,afii...p,i....i...
Twenty dliTorenl varieties of Imported English
draaaea mixed for Lattns, according to Hlut''
'to FI.OWEU HEEDH
i. run, .n..,. mnnHrw.n
Canary, Hemp, Rape, MawLAe
lUUIT ANI ltNAt:NTAI. THKKH.
I'UMH.Af.
Kentucky Uluo Oraas, Whlto Clover, Swcet'sceotcd
Verual, ami miter varieties of Orsaaen
Ni:i:i OATH AND C'UKN.
'Early Ooodrlch1 and "Hsrrlsou" Seed Potatoes,
and iiuny other varietlea.
A coinplne aaaorlment of
HORTICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
Hoes, RakcH, Pruning Saws uud Knives, Avsranca
tora, HedanSheara, Ae,, Ac. A rull atock of
AURlCULTUltAL iUPLKHEN Tt, AND FERT1L-
IZERS
tar, it., As.
JNO. A. BAKER.
id W Loulalsu avenue,
Nlath and Tenlh strtwis.
Washlniton, D,C-
Warehouse, S3 snd W Loulalsu
, , . uevween
luhlO eolw

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