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WiMhlnitton City. ! C.
8ATCRPAT UUKN1N0 n'DECEMBER 18. IW.
OITIe CorVloth ud D, iiar riuu. AT.
W. J. KPBTAOHiinMltor ana rJitor
OA-AII eomiaaaleetloae, whether oa boelaee
.r fur peblleelloa, aheald fee eddreaeed to Wh J
jicbmhb. Proprietor JUTioiiL SercaitoiB
Va.blBiloa. D.C.
THE Nl'FFttAUE AMENDMENT.
The moit tetnerkaVe tod e scours tfng i.g
of tbe limes lo respo.t to negro anflTrtg wbloh
we bare obttrrci ti la (eel that set oral tf
tb etroofesl Dsmoeratla JoarneU In U
Soath feror itj Indeed, tkey earneetlj a4to
cete It. The Rlchaoiel WAfff, within a few
days, hi I an ftdltotlal upon thlt I object, nd
la It, to ear nrprtf, aArmi tbat ft majority
of tb wbltt population of Virgin! are read
and willing to giro to tbe) colored maa til KU
rights, clrll and, political, loclnilog tbo rlgbti
of properly and laffraf a, a aleo advocating
frt icbooli aad solid education for tht col
od population. It goti wdr u to tiro
cite thit thu principle b often ed apoa tb '
AUnsdrU constitution, atd that whan lb
constitution U thai amended It, with tb
unction of Congress, bo inbtaltted to tb
people of th State for adoption.
Th two papers published la Lynehbnrg
tb lifjiubliean and th Vtrgmianhf oat
dt otgr suffrage. Tb letter paper thlohi thit
th negro sotlrege principle, engrafted upon
this AWxindrlaconslUaUon,auuld be adopted
by a large majority of th white people of the
Etat.
Thti paper, etldeoUj. does not approve of
th Hlchmend constitution, a that lnatrameat
dUfranehleoi many thonianda of wb.lt people.
If these Virginians are In faror of enfranehli
tog th colored people, and ar honest In their
avowals, there U certainly bo good reuon why
th whltei ihsald not b freed from all disa
bilities; la short, aad to fpeak plainly, why
. aot solrmal euffrag aad nnlfortal amnesty?
Who n object " Let 01 bare peace."
The Lynchburg Rfpniuan soys thit negro
nfiVage la th tea Southern Statu U ft flxtd
fact, and that an amend meat to th Federal
Constitution will mike It nnlfgrm In all the
State of th Union.
The Vtrgimian thinks that tb North ought
to accspt It (negro inffrtge) ai well ai th
South. In this th Virginian Is right. 6nf
frag matt he uniform throughout th United
Rates Thit Is the only correct and Just prin
ciple upon which to settle oar difficulties.
There is on thing w hare noticed within a
few dayi which li significant, and that is, th
Baltimore Sun hai published sererat extracts
from this papers apoa this suffrage question,
with ertdent approval.
It is evident that w are approaching the
harmonious adjastmoat of this so Crags diffi
culty, and that daring, and tarty la President
G rial's administration, U will be settled del
nlttly and satisfactorily.
IF Act ti. F la-ores.
Some Dimocratls newipipon are making
great hue and cry about whit they ar pleased
to call the disfrancblsemsot of large nu sabers
of whit voters In Tennessee and Missouri at
tbe last election Tfaty allege that 12J.9&8
Democrat were disfranchised In Tennessee.
Let us see bow this Is Before there was any
disfranchisement In that State, tbe largest
vote eTcr polled la that Commonwealth by tb
Democratic pirty was 76,059, and th vol of
this party at th recent Presidential election
was -i.OOD. In this view of th question, It
may b we'l to Inquire how It Is that 121,988
Dsmocrit were disfranchised Sooh ealea
latlons, It will readily he seen, are as baseless
as the "fabric of a vision.'
Xow let us see bow this matter stands la
Mil sourl ' la 1860 tb aggregate vote of that
State was 165,513 W bellev never fcefor
or since his there been so Urge a vol polled.
Of lbs IftS.SIB votei polled la 1660, the Demo.
critic party had 90,118, and tbli yar th
vote of tbe Dsmooraoy was nearly, If not quite,
up to this figure, thit Is, th Democratic party
it the recent Presidential election cast as Urge
rote for Seymour and Blair, In Missouri, as
It cist fjr both D.ugtui and Breckinridge In
ISM.
In view of tbes facts, what becomes of th
buncombe stories about th disfranchisement of
tbe whites in Tennessee and Missouri? Tb
story Is a romance, and li limply bat ft part
and parcel of that clap-trap t which tb
Dm rcracy resort to prejudice th peopl
gainst the Union party.
Not Ho.
Many limoeratlo newspapers haft been cir
culating a story first pat forth by th Maoon
I'.wglai Ttlegraph, tht Mrs Harriet Beeeher
Slowe's notions and opinions la regard to
slaTery have undergone a complete change
since she took op her residence la Florida, and
tbat she now loathes and detests tht negro
We happen to know that there Is no troth
In this story, but, on th contrary, Mrs.
"tow entertains tb same views and opinions
1 "gird to slavery that eht I pressed in that
miittrly work. "Unci Tom's Cabin." She
mploys three colored servants la her family,
ni her rlewshav nit undergone any change
"bleb militates In favor of slavery. Tb
story, therefor, Is a ridiculous canard.
DiiTn or Miss II am Wists.ru Tbe
popular aetresi, Mill Helen Western, slstsr
to Lucille, departed this life yesterday mem
log. between 8 and 9 o'clock, at tb Klrk
wool Ilouie, la this city, In th 331 year of
b" sge She had attained ft creditable reps
titlon in the melo drama, and la what Is
known is modern sensation.
Borne three weeks ago she arrtvel In this
dty quite Indisposed, after a very saccessfal
Dlictment at Pittsburg, P. After per
formloga week at Wall's Opera lloaie.sb
-rpftr4 at that plao In tb character of
"Cynlhls," in "Tbe Flowers of the rorrest."
The cfNrt was too mush for her In her debtll
tud condition, an! at the close of the per
funaane she had to be carried from th
tige, and hr subsequent engagements were
oineelled
UUi W 's flnt appearance was In Boston, In
rAt .I"1" f "Et' ,0 "u"' Tom's
"" "' ,ht a3 of t
M. JtvW,dDMd M-" Western ap.
mfiJ lL 7 fl"" wHd at the
pr od abo,. ,tat.d Of this ehang .be was
perfectly awe,., and pT.p,4 "
. . ... rpr.iQtd'
om."
friend
TtiA ltl.a nf Ih. llI.KAn.l
r7 iolloit. ttUotloa to Ik. d,mj
darlof It.r tllaul tbtt trat vomtftlj fa.nB.
w.ttM 0(.iU .nd b.r ttlta&M mnd r.UtWti
ntjr f.el tb. mlnohol tlf r.otl.a that ib
rjiM4 mirij u on who "dlii among b.r
Uaini."
Tb. rtmtloj of UIji W.iUro w.rt rtvioTf 4
from tb Klrkwood lloun l.il Dlhl, oi
fiMo npoa lot o.u trtu lor xioitoa, watr.
hoj will b. Inl.rr.d. Mr. Winj, h.r tf.at,
aotoapiDl.d Ih ramilci North
Mr. Oarrcrck Jttttnf of th. Balll
boh t Mia Ballra company
tawd
Th. Prlt'. riaaaclal Tl.m
Th. Long Rcc.aa cn..tln Th.
UoT.rnat.nt In an Vglr Attltnd..
x r Dicmuall.tiot.
To r. RtrcniCAX: Mr. Joha Wi Oornlt'i
ihM fdtflrind on tb. doVbtfoVo TtltoriiT
'en th otiulon btt r-ritloa to t. ril-
deal ot tbo BaltlikoT. ni Ohio Rtllroil Con.
poo)) eroottd qnlto a ttattof amoof Iho poopl
of WaiMogtoo, a oultod upon tho labj.ot ot
ratlroadi ai thoj aro Joit aorr It bu art.
daallj nada th holt t hU oilt jot bit do
foDea tj oittntUU a wtik oo. toiomooh ai
bo ll aaaptllad to ooatoad tbat a llof lo thronjb
lino of railway U lalloloat for Wublogton,
whllo auartof Billbnoro that ororj additional
rail of railway aoaaaotlou abo aohlotu addl
lo bor pratptrtt aad woallb. Hit ooolnou
la doBTlaf tbat Ik polio; of kll oompaaj la
rofailnf to pormlt roonijlraala rallroa.'
frlhl to pill thraagh Baltlmoro otor hll
road wlthoat hroaklnc bilk addl Immonnlj
t lu coot dollrorod horo, InTolroi an amount
of aaroruea that li nfraibla( ladood. UU
arfwmost la. that booamlo ho ehargoa hat
tl.ti Mr toa on hard ooal hotwooa BaKiaor.
aid WuMnton, tbonfor It oart bo dotlrmd
hon kj rail at aa fair a rat aa It ll dolltond
In Baltlmoro. lb trath li, l ho loilrtl
n eoaipalllaK It nthipmtnt In BaUtmoro, ba
raakaa It cut, In Waihlalo.,S.T inert Uan
It woatd othorwlio coat. Thll dlffannc
amoanti to an anormoai tax on tha oltlaoai ot
tbo Dlitrltt of Colombia, and ll at tb bottom
of mach of lb itrong foollog ogaloit Mr. Oar.
rttt and bla aorporatlot tbat axlta bar. It
ta andealaWj trio tbat Mr. Oarrott dloUl.l
tb frolcbt chart 01 of tb Oranga and Alt xan.
drla railroad. 10 far ai TTaihlniton frolght
ll oonetrsadt and that, nndtr hll dictation,
that aompan chargo freight to thu city from
ut point on thtlr Una, u mnoh al, If not
mora, than to Baltimore, Iho.gb. th latter
elty ll forty mlloi farther ob. I do not fol at
Ubftty to oooopy yoat ipaco with an oxtondod
orlllclim of Hr Qarrett'l ipoelona apoeeb,
which reaUy, when analyio4, amoontl to llttla
mor than pilllatlon of bla corporation a oot.
ragaona wronp lollleted on thla popnlatlon.
So forth Proildtnt'e partllanahlp (In tho
menago) on behalf of tha Fondletonlan rc
padlatlon polloy, haa bad no affect whatertr
on the market ralo f gold or Uoltcd
Btatel aecaxttlea. Thta la a inbjeet of pah
uo eoagratmatlos. It taiu that no oco
xpectl that hll Tlcwi opon tho great
Inanclel qooollone of tho day will bare
weight In dlrectlag Coogruiional ltglila
Uoa upon themi or, In other worde, that
hla adrocaoy of tho axtrema Democratlo ropn.
dlatlon doctrine OArrlol no more weight In
Wall itreet than that ot Bliek Pomeroy,
who pronooncea, dally, a almllar aeiiaga or
argument on tho luno lakjeet.
Then la to be an animated itruggla la both
nooses next week over th recess qaestlon.
stlllbsllsv tbat the Christmas recess will be
little loof er than as a at. Th trath If, th
press or of bulaess oa both Hemes will
hourly increase imneasel. U th end of
n til week it will probably bo comprehended
that, war th session to last ilx, Instead of a
little mor than two months. Conxrws woald
have ample ooeapatloa la tha consideration of
left timet legUlatlr qn est lens. Each suc
ceeding hour demonstrates tbat seme qaes
tlon. aot provions.j thought of most b got
oat of lh waj f th inoomlog administra
tion; some thins; which, if notdlspoesd of r
tb4thof llareb, Is like) to prova sort of
devil's legaej to Gen. Grant.
Th etrcomstaoees attending the considera
tion of tb claim of Mr. Joseph Segar In th
Boas jestrdej, thoogh action adverse to
his petition was taken, demonstrate tbat Con
gress Is hegtnnlog to reells th ohllgatlons
of th Government to Beithern Unionists
whos aropartj was destroyed or eoosamed by
th Union armies In th Soath. Ample pro
vision has been made, or li being mad from
Urn to tlm. forth liquidation of proeliely
similar elalms from loyal States. Why the
Soother a lojal man should b martyred by
tha G rem men 1 1 cannot aodsritanil, thongh
It U plain enough whj th rebels, when they
hai th power, shoald martyr him. So far,
wall pajlng th lojal Psnnrylranlaa to th
uttermost farthing for his damages sustained
at tha hands of United BUtes troops, not a
dollar Is paid to th loyal Virginian n th
sass aocoant, If either Is the man most to
b praised for his eoarsa and eondoot daring
th war H Is sorely th latter. To reuse Ai m
th jostle meted oot to th other ll most
disgraceful on th part of Congress. Inflicting
a foil stala on th reparation Of the Govern
ment of the United States. A.' dread that th
aggregat of such claims from, iho Soath will
b mormons is at th bottom f th refasal of
Congress op to this tlmo'to laltlat measures
for their aventnal liquidation. This dread Is
as nn manly as unstates manlike. It Is th
provlfto ot true statesmanship to grappl
with any public necessity, aad to maintain
any prlnelpl of Jostle that arises la tb
conn of a nation's career. With all oar
boasted liberalism and national Jostle we ar
behaving Ilk th veriest cowards and Jeremy
diddlers In this matter. W fear to pay those
who suffered most and lost most lath war
through their Unionism what w honestly owe
them, lest th dear peopl" tqiy not Ilk to
foot th bill, and therefor we cheat them oat
of their Jast does from the United States.
This .1 praeUely th attttud of th United
Htates uoveramsai lowartu vvmuHot m
selfsaorlflclngrapportcrs la th South. No
other civilised Government weald dart to fee
th scorn of th world with such a reeorl upon
soeh point.
Some iMrJtaa ar adrocatlng extreme cau
tion, and ar advising Congress la Its revision
of the naturalisation laws to move with much
deliberation and carsfatnesi. All this to an
extent may be well. Bat it mast be recol
lected that every natlr born oltlseo must at
tain th age of twenty. one years before he
can vote, and nobody desires that this law
should be changed. Lit, theo. the natural
Usdcltlsen be put upon a certala probation,
not twsaty-on years, ncr tweoty.on months,
bat some reuonabl time should intervene
between his admission as a naturalised Amer
icas and tb time when he may deposit his
ballot. So wa thlak.and so wirost It will b.
A no m at io fr Commissioner of Internal
Revenue bavins: baen determined upon bytb
Prstdat, th peiltloa Is sought by several
gentlemen, either In person orthroogh friends.
Col OtUT, Moors., t Ohio, Mr. Woodbrldge,
member o Cngrss from Vermont, Governor
Cox. Commissioner of Pensions, and Mr.
Cummtngs, of Pennsylvania, ar among those
urged by very strong Influsnces. Th friends
of Mr, Camming claim thit be ought to be
renominated, is bis nam was befor th Sen
ate for th position la July and ft ballot wss
proceeding opon th question uf confirmation
at th clos of tha session, aad was Inter
rupted by the adjournment.
PaasoxibPr, Samoil fttrJ, th titter
( the Atlanta (Qa) iYw 2w-,,wa yesterday,
o motion of Assistant Attorney General Alb
ion, CbUf Juitlee Ohise presldlog, ai mitts J
to prattle, tl attorney In th United State
Supreme Curt The doctor left last evening
for hll home In Alta-ii
raring PenaaylTanla At.ubc.
Ho elty In th world houti grander or more
magnllo.nt Iboronibraroe than aeblogton,
and Fenaijlranla irtnuall at ana the boail of
Truhingtonlana,aad the admiraUoioIltrangarl
andrlilUn (It lahi principal tbotooghrara
of tho cUf, and opsn It .tVlf rgjt"and belt
boilneiijboom fn loca'ttl. III wide pare
menti larite ladlaV, aad'paU.meo to tho
nromonej7whl! lti maialllient carriage
way afford! amp! opportonlly ror dlipiaya oi
horaamaaiblc. Bat It haa alwayi beoa inb
jeet ta ono drawbaok tho want of a pared
aarrleg way. The, qoeiuon ai paring u du
been agltatl time aid 'H'"l etperlmeaU
bar been repeated .poa 11, and yet wo .till
bar. aetblag bat lb anilghlly cobble ileael.
Congreaa baa made effort! to redeem It from thla
drawback, bat np to thll line nothing bet
been accomplished. Bat we now ura nope,
keoaiae the aabjeet baa thai early attracted
tb attention of Senator, aad Mill bare been
latrodaeel to effect tbli 'greatly needed Im
proromoot.
That of Senator Cole, eipeolaUy onmeda
ltMl( for 11 aetma to ba the boil propeellltn
to Injure aaeeeei It dailgaaUa no partita
ar pamaeat, bat Inrltal a oximpMltlon to di
Urmtae which ll th beet. To ma the Ian.
gaage of the kill, ll appoint!
"aboard of eommleelonere toexamtnoand
determine what Is th best etrle or kind of
pavement to a uieu on i-dhi iTe.ai n""j,
and toeauee the earn to be laid down on that
thorougbfore, from tha northwest fit of tn
Uapuol frounai, to me aroasinc oi dtb
l renin irrvt. -
This commission Is Brig Gsn. Ml obis r,
Engineer In charge of Public Bolldlngt and
Q rounds, Ills lienor Mayor Bo wen, and A. B.
Mallett, sq , th supervising nrehttect of th
Treasury, and the very appointment of those
gentlemen is an assurance tbat Gongreti is
not only la arnit to have th paving done,
bot that tt Is determined to hiv It well don.
Thll bill miens work, and propolis tbat each
pavement shall bi lubjeoUd to ft lair test, and
th most meritorious Is to b selected, and
th work is to be don on th lowest and most
favorable terms, and bonds, to be approved by
th Chief Jostle of lhSaprm Coart of tb
District, ar to be given for th faithful per
formance of th contract. W sincerely hope
thai this bill will b acted oa speedily, and
that th work wUl b poshed forward without
delay.
Kiw Mcsic W have raoeirad from John
F. Ellis, moslo publisher, No. 30Q Paniyl
Tantaavenae,the,InaagaraUonGrandMerch,f com pond la honor of the eleotlon of Grant and
Colfax, by D. Lilfloae, and th "Original Gre
cian Bsnd Grand March,1 published expressly
for George B. Wilson, esq , and dedicated to
his patrons.
Drvgiit.
O.C SHIMS. JKO. L.IOOLE
SIMMS & TOOLE,
DEUQCrlSTS ADD FHAEKACIBTS
Cer. Sew Tork Ave. and roortecath Street.
rui6icuanEi8CBirTiorfs
earefailr eoaponaded
With Slrlctly Pare Medtclnca.
Keep eoastaatlr la store a pierat aieortmeBt of
irBt-eiua urin na Lnimii
atnsiTt and Toilet Art idea,
JOIIaV A. TnOHPNON,
Dmrao-isT,
(.UUe witb a. c. rord,)
tlas ttted ap the well known ataad, corner IT aad
fourth ailfaxeta M.mi Uavakavahnaxttla Kwafiiia. and fnr.
nli bed U wllb a FULL aed BiUlI itocK of
DKC03, PATKUT VKDICIHK8, FA3CT
AKT1CL18.
li PBRBOIf Al. ATTIVTIOH will b. ! Ia
tbe Pretctiptloi. pot np at bla eslabl tab nail, both
dtr and night, aad correctness guaranteed.
8UUet.
Nailor Brothers'
3Tl33XjI3S.
E Street, bet. Thtrteeoaad-kalf aad Fourteeath.
opronrrc ivii.i.abo'n hotel.
d.tii.tf
(T
lOOK'fl BOARDISO BTAIILU,
ARDISO kTAIILU.
OH XldHTU BTUXlT.
rkriIBla aYtLaatlaa navlal la HAkroSlatt Hofaxv
DV.Wawoali tf xa, nv, at ,
f-atrtTa. alrw .mA auimfnrtatailAi aLaliLAta Tkat nrAnria.
I1BS S101
tor Is welrkBowa as oso of tha beat feeders la tble
filatrict, Owaere of poor keraea can kave tksm
attoodfd aad well eared for.
CAKUIAUZ enalwbadataUhoaraforFarUas,
WidlBa. ld ?! fa-lf
Cigan and Tobacco
iAHSS 00DDIV. , I. BOBBIf.
Q.ODDE8T aV NO lilt IN,
(Late of Owen House,)
CIO AH STOEE and SAMPLE BOOK,
Ho. SOI E BlT.t,
Eetweea Ralloaal Theatre aad WUUrd.' Hotel.
Mir
Wine, and Liqnori.
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HdUK,
S 1MB Itf
WIVES, LIftUOKo AND CIOABS. ,
Sell A It ut for Carta d'Or, Lae d'Or and Siller
Ckampataes.
snTenasTtviaiBBveflua. adjoiaieg UatropollUv
Btar and Bamolo Room aarcr Intend ad bl Vm.
H. Coaror. .. .. . , ,,,
mr aaam iqrina m ihdii tmr qi.-ii
Billiard..
KIRK "WOOD
II A B AMD niLUABXn SALOUN,
Cor.TweKlb at. stnd ! ssv.
lilAQU k. McOONNLIaL, Pstorairroas.
if-Tbe Bar Is supplied with tbe Cholaeat Wlaas
aad Ltqoora nT tf
HaU, Caps, BooU and Shoes.
a JACOB BOOL, J
No.417th,bet.Usina II ntn.,
HXAU THE PATEST OFFICE,
llasoaband.aad la conatantlr reeelvlej, a large
a. ottm.nl of UOOTS" HilUKSartd dAlTEItS, for
LAD1HH. aBNTLEUEli. M1S8K8, TO0TU8. and
CUILUmKM. Work made lo order at tbe abarteit
oiiee Bapalrlag of all kinds neitly ezemted.
aovK-lm
i. r. lruiiioiva,
Manafactaittr of
JEIfTa.BUBN'N ItOOTM ATI SHOES
Us EVBbT lEaCKIPTIOM,
Has BemoTad from No SttTblrd atrat, between
PsaBiTlvanlaaTanueandCstroat, to No. itfll'onn
avlfaala avaaae. b'twaea Poar-and-abalf and
Slsth streets, aadex MUlar'a UUllard Palace.
norJ-lm
C1Q MEW HAT AlfPIHOB STORE. CI Q
OlO J. T. PETTT CO. UlO
IlaveJnstopeaedatBUBeveatbstreeUopposltela
telllgtacerU olid lag, aaew and weltaalected stock
efllATS, CAPS, BOOTS aad SUOES for 0nte
man aad Bora, wbtcb tber offer at a small ad
ranee opon eest. uavlsf bongbt for Cash tber are
enabled teoffsr anparlor ledatemsnti to pnrcbaa
ers, andaollclloalraaepportaallr toeeavlssetbe
pnnllo tbat tbsj are rsatl j aelllng a desirable elaas
of goods at verj low flftues.
A eall solicited, sad eomperlaea of prleasebal
leaged wltb mr similar establlsbuaat la the ellr
J. Tr PETTT CO.,
188eventbtreet,oppoilte Intalllgencer Building
Waablagtoa. D. C.
flrtrvd ataelr of !. and ITnbvatlava atta ataatlv on
band ,
Dress-Makinp;,
T) E K 8 8 M A K I B
MR8. ATKINSON, Ml Blbtb street wast, be.
twaaa I and K. lanowbatur prepared tbnn ever
U tarn oat work satlafaatorllr. Ladlaa wlsblos
to make tbelr own droaaoa can bare them cat aad
baatatl oa short notlea. Oarmsnts cat br moasurei
s sun work.
PutUrna cot when daslred. ec3-tf
Bblliaiaent lo No t rstraat, oaar Jlbbltt Uoaao.
ia 0 has saaarad tha aarrlcoa of ladr as a part
ar froinnniit-aLaas basse la LondeB, Sagtand
aevt till
ran mmA in.k...llna ll.
FINAII CIAl. AMD COMHEBCIAI.
WAaaiaoTov, D. O, Dec.ll-JayOookoa
Oo. furnlah tho lotlowlng quotatlonaof Oor
eromeot eecarltleet
r, 0tryff. Sitting.
u. . rnini
FlTe-Tant!ce.llv3
Flr-Trntl,lae ..'.,
tira.Tercnti. iaoo......v.......i
Flro-TaNatlaa. Jan. fc J.ir. ni..l
rite-Tveotlee, J.a, k Jalr, 'A..10I
Flra-Twontlaa, Jan. k Jaly, "CI. .Ill
Teo-Fortlr... 7.... :....lo
iaw ronn nMT aoaaD. -U.S.
A'e. leal Ul'l a-fO'e. JnfcJv.'aT.
a-30'i,ian uoy. mi, JokJr.'..H0
!-)', 1M 107 Ten-Fortlee lu
l-,.,U VnY, OolJ 1S5
-lO'e,JBkJr,'..lloii
Kaw.Voair. Dee. 11 1 . jm-Oottoa aulet
and eteadytteecnte. Sorer nnehanredl Oaba
Flour quiet and eteedr Southern . 2014 00.
t a let and steadvi
BaVLTIMOa MARKKTS.
BiLTiUftaa, Dec. 11 IlnaattsYUvrs-Th
Inquiry foe Floor waa fair again this moral or.
and aelea-wer reported oo 'Ohaoce of SM
hbls,Northwrsterft Saner ooiprlvat term si
3M bblaTloward Street do. t ftS-TIOTt i
bbli. low gradelloward fltreetXatra at $sitco
New. Tort atU Eitra ats,and 1W bbla.
weetern'winTer'tiTra as ai iwioeie.'
weetem aa
total or 1,000 :
all varleme."
Waetarnraiallrat ftlOttt Mr bbl.. maklns
total or 1,000 bbls. .Prices continue steady for
.eraMf.wrhadw.aodcontlBas falrlr active.
and prices ar eteniilr maintained. Th re-celpteto-day
wore 11.000 bushels.and sales wer
reported of whit at from .tf.ll to 3J0, aad.
red li4GWllforlow and medlumradoei
ftlJ&Qt2.40 for prime, and ai.4 ror choice,
tb latter fljut being paid ror a lot of 1,309
bushels.
Certs. -Was In good supply and active) whit
wai steady at yeiterday! figures, bat yellow
was lower again, Tb reoetpte were (3,000
but be is, and in turn compnaea wane, an
damp, at twflBS cents, do. at WSM cents, aad
yellow at Mf97 cents.
PrvvitUnu. At th "West provisions are
troag and active, and tbe mat&et here la firm
In eympathy with tb movemeat thcr,bat
there la llttla dolor la eonsMuena of the waat
of a toe k to operate la. Balk Meat Is no doubt
wanted, and were tb stock nera th transic
tiona In it would be lane. There Is. however.
aeyct none In tbe market, and w can glv
nn ri(abiat fiuotatloni tar It. Ittaaon mella
etJSU centefor Shoulders, leHOU cente for
noEm-m,an(i iio.iHasnii iorfier riooiues,
but transections 10 iter on a limited eeale.
Mesa Pork we quot to-day at tUTSQMper
barret. Lard la firmer and may ba quoted to
day at lUHG-t cents. Dressed Hogs we quot
at BHQ10 cents,
Hew AdvertUemenU.
WASTED -A 81TDATI0S BT A COLORED
I v woman aa nricu-e cool ana (nerai ni
tieergetown.
Siren If daalred.
WHERE IS THE BEST PUCE TO PURCHASE
BLAltKETS.or all colors aad prlcoa. BED
HERTS, COMFORTS. IlAlB AMD FEATHER
PILLOWS, BOLSTERS, AMD MATKRESSES.aad
vyrithtni a tbe bad Mt
Oeto ADiMBOS'S.
No. 000 Jf lath etreet,
dsl St ITear Peaas jlraala aTaaue.
APEBA (.LASSES
Jait rteetrfd, by stoamer VI Ue da Paris, Oat
Handret
nnurati or ririunii'H ufKiiA ul,
OPERA OLAE8L8, eom-
prtatas all ueMtwi atetaa
deell-lw
TV- ATTEHTIOJ.
ili rOR THE FINEST
CATABIAUES. HO RUES, UARNK-.N,
e , to rerreapond with latelllreat, weltdresied,
driven! for wddlac,pani,operaa,aBd Tlittlai ,
at the lowest prlceo, aead jeer orders lo
B. CRC1T A SOX,
Elarentb itreet, between 0 aad H.crto Oaorge
tewa. Bridge atrest. If o. 3. dcia-lm
SANDERSON H.1USE,
Corner of No nth A Street and
New Jersey Avenue.
Tbts Uoeie baiba reaoeated. Improred, and
Eawlr fnrnlibad, and ) now raadj to rectlre
oarders br tbe day. waak, or meaib.
Maala faralsbed at all hoars
Tbabar Is iQppllsd wltb the boat wlnaa. Honors,
and cigars. VW. BAMDEUSOM,
dell 3m Proprietor.
MAKE USEFUL PRESENTS.
FmCKEL,
ITo. 810 r Itreet, bitwoen Teuth and Elor-
entli Straeta.
liocNEUEenxu goody,
Ch&mbtr Sets,
WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE,
CUOCKEHY, OLA88, AND UN WAIIB.
oll-tf
FINE CLOTHING
MADE TO ORDER.
BEAST-HADE BOYS' CLOTH IHO,
AKD
Gentlemen', Furnishing Ooodi.
TziErvxjiXxiir jo oo.,
376 PennaylvnnlA ATenne.
tlaU-tr
CTEINWAT A SON'S 1-IAHOS.
We baee dlipoied ef fonr Oread PIAHUS of
Stelaway'e make wlthla one tuoatb. ,,an,
and bare Jaat rclTed two taoie. sBBsssssssssssnl
AlaOMraralDPKIOUTS.aBdaUrn I
aaaorUscol ef SQUARE PIANOS, 1
AUOMraralUPHlQUTe.aBdaUrn fessarl
wll.aklH-(a.l
stock of tbe most prominent makera ef tkoconatrT.
ParehailaaT avelaalvalr for caih. In enkaarilB
with amall espenssa.we think we cna offar a reli
able laatrsuentata low Agere, for caab or acaom
mod at leg terma. and rrqaml corchattra to glee ns
aemll. W, O. MRTZEKOTT fV,
Bole Agtalaof Stclawar'e Piano aad Maaoa 4
iiamiia a vanmet urgaas.
Lvon.
Nil, K MANTII.I.A. TK,
vxTXie,
Persons desiring to pnrckaae a Ine qaalltr of
ILK VELVET can be Batted In. onritock, as we
bare aa bead all the vartoas wldlba frem241achea
ivwuMinua naiiagparcaaiaaauaiowiDeuSDa.
iiiiii w cub ,,i auiuej tjsira iBaaDtfaema.
ALSO OX IIAXU-
A SPLENDID STOCK OF BLACK and
COLOBED BBESS SILKS,
From Ih. lite Hew York Aaellon Sel.i
Alt food, narked la plat, agaree. One price
'' W. M. HUVHTEn A DRO
Ko. 331 Pena.yliranla Arena.,
D.lw..n Ninth anil Tenth NIB.
d.dl-JlK
"TTtHBItOlDEBED LlNIiN
Cai
AMUniC IIAHDUEUCniEFH,
Far Chrlstmu I'resculs.
TJm itluked Lto.a naadk.rcliUr.. from (3 per
Bilk fo.k.1 llaedkarchir..
Kid, bilk, aad Clotk Ulerei.
NoaUrr of all .red...
e la.lle all p.r.oa. la waat of DRT GOODS to
eall aad look Ihro.ih oor lok, all of waleh will
be aeld el ih. low..! caab vrlmw.
WH. II. Ill LEY A lino.,
Wo. 88 Central 8tor.a.
Biitwoea Sevealh aad llablh etrMla.
c
ll'JZENN AND BTllANCEHN
WILL TUS AT
No. ao Central Slorcu.
SETWEEN BEVENTn AND EIGHTH 6TBBET8,
OPPOSITE CEiiTSE MARKET,
One of the largest end bast-assorted stocks of
AToroIijii and Xomestlo lry
uooqs
a tbe eltr, eonslstlBg la part of
IrUb Popllas.Plalaaad PlaU Rapi.ln all colors.
oLhamatlana la Rllka nd Wonaa nnit.
HI eli Ulack bilk a, Colored Bilks la all shades and
fcbl-.oftl kinds. Cloths of sll colors
8Uk eleaU or tha boat make.
J trie atockof all kinds of domaatle Ooods
WelaTlie all to call aad look through our alock.
deiactlf WW. SC. lllLKY A IIUO.
S'
VS DAY nOBNINU OArKTTK 1
nirir i nim i uinv i
LOOK OUT PUR HO a oN 6VM0AY '
Bplcjr and Spirited Bslactlons.
. . , . Editorials, the tatt News, Ae , 4e.
"BodlB roaradvartiaepentsearir,
4atrCauTaara wauled andNewsbora supplied.
XsAl?OnX33'd
PARIS
KID GLQVBS;
AM Colon aai Bile.,
TUG 1153T OLOVE ID Till JIARKET,
ITEl'llESI ICO. 'I,
areaar, bl. ntalkeod Teeth all
.!!.. 11. U
DIED.
BOWIV.-Oa Ike Ulb of D.eemter. 1M. after a
bit
old
r lilac.i er eoB.amptloa.HABr. area bo reare,
mi eBoaBier or job a uarn.1 ..
Ibe rene.BC of her notber. 4BataMB.bB..tle
in laa.iBiwiu unpiK.mianiii.il ir.ra
BTeaae. Miweea aixta bbi
Wttrnit n" !. ft - ta laaa
4 JO e'eleck, a. m.. Has at A. Wasbss, actd U
ytare.
rera1 Boatiar at 1 o'clock, p. n. Betatlves
a (Itatallia aliwj IHTllVtl.
avaiiaiB At J.h. tl.
a KarMr., la th X3d yaar ef ber ase
iTlBBB MamAm r.t I La arallwau laavltat a .llaait
Jbe i faaeral. from thereaideaeeof berfather. Me.
'clock, . m.
leta lL0aaaia Iudoii, StaikUrof WllllaM
aidUliabeU aaarord. ased saeatbe aad A
dare. ,
tier raaerat wlltlake place from liar fatber'e
natdeBM. Mm st Wuhlafton etreal, OeerreloWB,
UlaaXteraeeaatle'eleek. Frltada aadaeuaalat-
am iBTiua le aiteao.
Btirpim. -Tkf TeTaUeee aai frteils ( the IaU
mee. afaat Baitaa ftrelavlted Uaitealaer fa-
in'i this aneraeoB al 1 o'elMk. from httr Ut
X u Waji' l!eitit,l' k.t Tf aUetb aad
SriLLMUT.-Oa taelOU latUaCTsroall' R ,
belayed aoa ef Oeerie D. aad Lear Splllsua.
at41rar. T
Vaaatai will take place antlay afleraeoa, from
TwaBty.ro(rthatrMt, betweea LaalM. JrUidi
of tha family are IbtIUJ to atiud.
SpeplmJ Hotlcct,
-'
a9BlRlf sXT 1
fsff OP TIMPI
BIRHSXT DaVlBlOBJ.nt.!, BOMB
IRlHr.l lit naMMIaata. will
bold a vuMte XeBperaae Haetfaroa ftDKOAT
.MrtUw
iri ti
jiriiMuun, vtMniMi u.ia in uaiea weei1
CbapeL oa Tweatr-lhUd elxeeL between L aad H
nfcailLii liiia natiiB W.al.T
fvrjl-WKftTlCUW MAItltKT-ltOTIOK
ITS . Uberabr f lveq tbat starkatwUlb bMd
on aad after tha th of this moatb, a 1VBHY
JiAY axtept fancava, BUrket heera are from
ailifkl ..SI .-.1. '"11
dltll-lM Clerk of Weeura Market.
t5T"lt OTIO KaTtia Pallcy-Iloldera
of tho .District ere requested to attend to Ue re
newal of tkalr po'U- oa or before the S8th day of
tkla moatb, at which tlm tbe polldM explro
, . . ' J. WEStBI BbTKLEB,
ow-aawaw-
teereurra
KOSMTUB MAKKE.T.-MOTICK
IrE, la barebraivea tbat maiket will befaald
oa and alter tbe ttlof tble raontb on EVERT DAY.
exeaptbnndaTi. sfavrketbeure are from dajllghi
natlf 1 o'clock from October 1 to hU:
SllARDT,
t re Merit at.
JJOt OUrkof
PEHHAilllllFr-TIIIIIadir.
bl. frieada I
iuibv taaee laia raeiaeo or laroralaf
a.rallr tbat b. la
glTlBf InitractlOB In PENHAHSniP at Union
ItIbb laalractloa la PBBWltl
VR1UAT BVUfikOB.
iieaiae uaueTerr ausuai, niustgus. and
kiuai ivuiiUK. iionra rrora A an ta t n ta
aw.ir-. Gi.ti i..iri:i . r. i-.r-j
rnn Plata Pantnanthin. 1 rnnraai tit nruha
13
B1.00, In adeaBO Oraamontal Penmansblp, la
0257-nAHKIt.UPTO Y. -
PKU.una
Wfx Wl.aiaf
tliaifnBlAltrAai a I haa tuna a la
of Ihebaakroptlaw. who araaaabla to par itif
per m. oi inair iBdDiMns, nnoaia make tneir
applleatloaa before tbe Brit da j" e Jaanarr aoak
Ajjorner at Law aad Sollcltorla Uan'krnpUT.fcHT
jggf-oppo..t.o?it ma,, a.
tua to id.cm
TO LOAN OH SEAL ESTATE.
EVZST OKI HIS OW.t LARSLOHD.
BATES.
ai.ATal VfTtavtatT M mutMlalll M IWikw aaer.
lag Uparmoalh,ao;owbrparlBrvWt)rmontai
t0.2.WpeTUBlMirmoath)rt,dwb7 pax-
.OUUI
sop
an b
r IOQ0 per month.
The m ei J hi t parmeata to eoetlnao nnlll the
Iob. WITH IHTRRRSTATBIX PERCENT. PER
A 11 N OH. paraole moat hi r. la ratnrned.
TbeaboTerataalaclnda the 1ntaret ao that the
monthlr parmanta WILL HOT EXCEED the
amonataas stated.
rOTUMAC RIAL ESTATE AND DU1LD1N0 COM-
PANT.
Etiit MONDATRVBNINO daring thla moatb
itTemperaace Uall, E atreet, between Ninth end
Tenth. noll-lm
St7 BEVENTn STREET.
ANEITENSlVKUOUTANUtiHOEHOUSE,
whera the pnblltj mar elware And WHAT TUET
WANT, aad of tbaBaWT ilAHOPACTORE.
BoooBd door Booth of K street aadNortbara Market.
VICK TO YOUNO MKlt
IT TO af ARRT.-Eaiars for Yonng
man, on in arrora. anaaes, ana vueaies, tnct
ufmt ivtito idii airir aiaanooa, wiir ina
mnaoTlewof trantmnnt aad care, sent br me
ha.
all la
aaltd )ltar aavaloi
pa frte of chnree. Addraia,
lTIOH, Box P, Pblladalphla,
HOWARD ASSOCIATION
ronniriTBBia.
aopzi'Sm
Holiday Freienti.
T WILL SELL MT STOCK OF PINE WATCIIES,
A Jowelrr Stiver Ware, made of pare 9
cola, 18 carat Gold, Pabble Ere Olauan. JRv
end Bpacuclas i Gold Chains and DlnmoiJ (Tn 3
Uooda. wlthoat regard te coat. I. ALIX-ijUaK.
AHDER. 110 Paanarlrmta arcane, neer,1,l"B
Thirteenth ntratL dett-rw
AT COCCULIN'S DREG STORE,
Cernar F and Mlnth Stre.tB,
tear be roaaa alae aaaortmeat oi
UOLIOtT OOOCB.
whlah will tx laotd CIlEAr. Alao. rerfomarr,
K1I OooJ., Palaaflladlclaea, Ac, Ac, AT KE-
DDCED PK1CE8 dad Sm
HOLIDAY raEBERTS!
NAHirEL IaEYTIH,
2301'onu.Av., bet. UtbanU 13IU Hla.
Americas, English and Geneve welches.
Leoatlie, Neck aad Vest Chains.
Plae Seta of Breast Pins aad Ear Rings.
Fief sr Rings, Bracelets, Caff B nitons, Stads, e.
Fsnsr end Plain Solid Silver-Ware, As.
SlWar-PUted Ware, Ac. dfcS
(1HBIBTHAA. C1I RI8TM AH.
J TOTS.
5fl. 436,
M. I I.EBCII.
4MPenna. Ave., betwoen 3d and 4 1-2 fits.
I herewith announce to mr friends and (he imb
lie la zanoral that 1
i nave agate imported a lai
eoca 01 TV
of TOVS AND FANCY OOUDB, whl
at wholaiala aad retail at the verr lo
i. Come aad aee before purchasing
hl.th I
onsr s
prtoM,
lowest
where.
eiae
All colors of BERLIN ZEPBT
ounce. CROCHET WoBKd.ae
I colors lof BERLIN ZEPBTR at IS cents sa
WPcana are., bat sj and 4afa
Holiday
Presents!!
A KENT STOCK Or HJI
WATCHES AND CEAXHS. COOT SILVER,
AND PLAIXD WAKE.
I. P. UDBET.
d.Mf tWBEVIIITII 8TBEET.
Plumbing and Oas-Pitting.
GAS-FIXTURES.
WOO IIA8TIII LABOEST
AXD BEST ASoORTME.ITt
WHY,
BROWNE & POWER,
I'LCMDEItS AMD GAB-FITTEBS,
4S3 NINTH 8TBEET,
Wood and Coal.
(10 A L I
OIHT BEDUCTIOSin PB1CES.
wnm ASH. "" "
CUUUEULAIID COAL, roe o'uloe.
do. do. lamp.
Lit) P0DKD8 TO TnE TOK GUARANTEED.
OAK AHD FIIIK WOOD COSSTAHTLT
nAHB.
JO-ltow li tho lime for (anlllee to rat la their
.later', eopplr,
Sontbeaat enrner of New York area
Uealk atreet, Nalra'a naw bolldlar.
.. r. .auna aun.
Kora araaae aad TIN
i,tftwa1r
y fliiu airs, mivhi at ana
parTii i dpi or M'
Tstntii utrsaant, anTt.if
Personal,
,TAT10H AT
th alirAal
oppealu OidE.Uew." lal lepa
Separate rooms for
li. l in .tidm, nivH.iiiio.i. vrnu. mhh.
S2 vinu B5'?i?fv:j:rv::'i :, . :,
a!7 1 aa law wilt xn, piagfa vm VI mad Ft lui !.-.
n I !!?) llVel-V:,i'rorU.rMfJf Vn-'Colllii,
M J Alui trM(.1btwtea Teath a4 Bieveala elreels,
XoiX HavrTara.-. J
FWfHf Wa?
)s
m
For Sal or Bnt
pOR BMT-TJTO TnEKIlTJED BOOM I WITH
JC Waur aad Bath yleeeaat ntaUat He ill
Becoad etreat west aer I etreet. aots-tf
J attMt,lMtwea rint straet aid Hew .Terser
evea.Bas taecapuei. t r nee a ie aio. laqeire
ree.1 . J f a3
FwS.l.JtTASittKJg
Areane, ! ese of the bal1eall
i JTCTL -413.000 CASlt
rjllBeMa. t.(lB PaaBt mlmA tnmm lataa D.iiAa tiv
eelllastatbalLbe praMat ewaer wjibei to retire
from bnilBesa. Address Bex 16, KeFvetkaB Of
FiRRIHT-A OROCXIT ITORB, f OETT f IIT
deep, aad Stock for late, la a geod bntlBMi
localieaoa 1 atreet. between BoTaatl ad Elsbtb,
MaTrfard. lecalre aeitdftor, at JAMks Hi
TtTIVB Shoe Store. ' aev9-U
FR RB!IT
VUrja DRjlRJaBLE OPFlCEi.
a Beoadlloer, bW
ixrllhaul
rerMrtlealarelBtutreofL. C. PARKK k CO..
Pleabra aad Oaw-JlU ere, 000 Jfuih atrMt.U
ivhi PaairlvaaUaveaae aai D ilreeL
T7QR flALS-WBAPPIKQ PAPBR.-AFFtT TO
A? E ' N. vFalerv, at tbe room of the Tpaag afea's
Chtiatlaa AssoeUtlea, over Hetatrett Dall, ili
PeaaarlvaBle avaaae, betweea fllatb aad Teeth
REST Three tbree.etorTaaA
A" beak-balletac Brisk IHralllBBbeaaee. I
llXfeetbrleS, to tblrtr-feel aller la reart
Ul,Mt ilUy at aide. Hoaeea set back IS I
itng Brtek IwaUlBKbeaaee. LU
fi :
!
iran D.iiaiii ii ior rroai aaraaai water i
aaat Jaat Salsaed, aad for sale on long time o
foartheaek, ot for veal l earefel uaaato.
qalre of
JOBN R, ELVANB A CO.,
tt aad aeLoaltUaa aveaei
Wants.
WAtrTiD-wiWARDCAiT-oriaLOTHiaa,
OLD O0L5 aD BILVH.oraar other ami
broker Btore ot K.VlfLTOir C..,auautb atreet
4do.reaerthfrta.aaaTlTaalaaTeaBfc dalD.tr
Books and Stationery
THE MEBCHANTS
AHD
OF
WA8HINGT0H,
Aad all others Interested are lavlted (o (aspect
enr complete assortment of
Counting-Houso Stationery
BLANK BOOKS
Vfekeep oa hand evsry article ef fltsljonsrr
Quired la tbe renat'aireoBi sal B.oe, and at
prices lo sail the times. Oar faellltl for
Blank-Book Binding
are so rompleU tbat for BTT LB, STKENOTli,
QUALITT AND PRICltbereaaaetbebarpaued.
Tboea dsslrlas; to open a aew eel of spooks next
jaaaairfsboald live aa their orders now, so tbat
oar bladera may have ample time to pat ea OOOD
WORK aad tbo booka bceome wall eeaaeaeJ.
PHXXP ft BOIOXOHSJ
Booksellers and Stationers,
8S3 PcnnaylTanlta atYeinje, lie
twecn Ninth and Tcntll U.
WHOLESALE STATIO.TEBY WABEUOUIE al
Ho. 437 Klath atreel, betweea D aad 1. Ordere
left at tbe 8T0R B atteaded to with prontptBaaa.
pAPKIl WAKBIIOUfJaB.
THE PliAOIS
To bar rear Wrapping Fapar, Paper Bag. Print
era1 Stntlonerr. booka. nnd Statleaarf of every
aaacrip.ioa cneap tor inan, i
W.T.NIUBIO,
LoaUlaia Areane, aext to the Seatoat Home.
oeV-tf
Builderi and Material.,
a OREE9I A CO.,
Office I ISO Pen nay Ivan 1st Avenue,
GRAVEL ATTD FELT BOOTEES
Orders for Gravel, Sand, and Roo3niJ Ustsrlil
prompt! r atteaded to,
Oraera for Gieaa'e Vnloaalied
Concrete Pavement
Iur oiaawaiaa, dhbiii, uorer-iiJii, trnranonaa
plors. Callara, Ae,, warrantod water and rat
proof. Samples caa, be smb at 3, B. Oleolt JiSoa'a
.iTerr BiBDiee ana j. u. atcumree pnraieaia
klaa ' ta.7.tr
HABBLE MANT
ilAWttUUfa, nvt noiasi (
uMuiuMig. uaAVBiviia.,
M .... ANDJ1B0WN8,
vrors axecai4 in sne taieac sifie aa Mi
of the art
j nana jniiVKwara Vaeu.t
Cor. V and Naw Jaraay nra.. 1 aaaartaniarth of
BOt-eotf , , lUltlmorafDopot.
7SJ. mLlm&S:rr
HANUrAOTDBEB OF LIME,
AHD !
Dealer In Floater. Cement, Ilavlr,
., e., etc., I x
kilks oa'aocr CREEK. I
hbtivbrii r lien rr mvr.ktb
Bl!TwliEttI"iTn AMD IBViaTII,
IR.arofatatropolltaallotat '
v.n,aBBriaii.(aiBw lorapriaee.
Marble Monuments,
AND
STATUARY i
MAltDLE MANT15LH
Tne greaaa oa wnica mr marhle rard la allnated
Id VOBI!
ABTHUB PANNEiL,
CABPEMTEB AMD BUILDCB.
Ko. 81 E St., k.t. am and loth Nta.,
BOTJTH fTASIimOTOIS,
JOUBINQ PBOMPTI.Y ATTENDED TO.
oelt-tt .
T UMBEE, LIME AMP 01X11
UO.OOOt-oal i QoaUtr.ot While Plae EleaW Klla
lined Lanber,
WO.OOO DBBaer Lathe
JU VBBOI U.llll,
'"l or While Plae aad 8pm.. Scantier.
.. h-eae. Plakala, ll.ialock. Board.. Uall..
.,,,.S'd',u'.t,'.,l'"i " ' al at oar
', tool of BeToalh aUMl. 1
himiihi or
A1.0,
Jot.t.
hair,
... JV V BwiTa a bun.
AM Kt.ih alf..t. ht Ea.lV.
Edncation&l.
JJ0DEB.It lAltaDAOIS.
rrore.ior PAKIEL E. OEODI. fornurlr l.aeho
BBOwieeeo or trraaah, Bpftalak aad Oernwi. will
naka atraaaamaBla erlth .tho.li and irlrau
eluaea for la.lnlctloa la the abore leaVoaa a.
Uk.DaalBh.Paiet.Ao., lor tome, ami, it He
omoe. Ko. eld aeTealE elraal, oppo.Ua lie etelll
aaaeer Bafidlat, Ulweea D aad X atra.1. Waah.
latoa.P.q ;jpl.
Heal Zitate Agents.
JOHHB.ABBISON.
EBAIi ESTATE A O E N r ,
rlrit itreet eeataad PeaairlraBlaaveahe,
Oapllomill. I
CHOICE UUILBlaO LOTI, OB Capll.t
lala oa moalhlr DBTmeau.
HOUSES aad lOTo la an carle of th
lollel n II, .
of the c lr lo
aala aod r.wt.
Orocttaii,
WATJ1J?.IP.SP.t'BTaVB;jpTH.I.ADIia',
uk.TTLlilEa, aad cyfLpitii'a aio!
OUTS aaf BlIOI. ..., al tSik i.T.Btli
ilreol, to tbe eeeqa. eoaare bht. It. Rortb.ra
Llbertr Market, betweea 1. aad H etreeu, .a.t
old. a.ll.tr
CES.
TONE
ii manner
LLVa
V9iu aoiv, tana coniaimpia. ids remofrmf Be
fore the lit of Pebraarraazt.lqrarmr lirifaad
well Ml.tW atok of WAKejXb lluNUW&NTS.
E. atreet betweea Slztb and fiaVaoth.
Wasbisovoi, Jalr Ualteo. Irlfl.tf
N1W OROOEET BTOBEt-Th. oed.rllfse
. ,fiTl,f r,eeeUf opeaed hie M. ilor.'n
apacllollr .alia the alualloa o( hla old eealbaiei
a,k,tei,w.?;.,.:Mw-Uu5,"fi
aol7.lt He. too r .treT(.?.," "ieVJl'h.
H iii'kli iAanU
BT.i JAMES HOTEL,!
(r-OBMBXLT BtrBxxa'a.)
ealaMtorarriu afeiio aad Itxll elreel
Q. Wi BUNKER' CO.
Ic4t(
(J. C. WILLATtD,
EBBITT HOUS
WASpiNOTOIt, D. C.
JSm
OWEK HOUSE,
ia PcawftTl.ytM.se ATwnn, one 1
o t
WaLlTAnD IaOTKI
WJLsniNOTONt 1.
ataltAhai1 tea V.al nil til ' lTn rniltaan Til lti. Bad IN
aeeemmedattone erela evvrr, respect thoae efll
aras-einoa sietei. Tne taeie is aiwa7" ."PP'fl
with the dellradee of the eeasoa. anil the Var wll
ueenawaaT. l
Balk ionsa attached to the Hotsl. w fl
aoleeolm frroprlator.
T7TiririT7 TTnTTQa7
vo; 4m pkhhayisVania atmcf
nt.TBitfl4aimdFattiaBd'lialffats.
flrst-elM Boardler, wltb 'ell the Comforts ef I
ueiei i aatoBBoaiiiDa ir iw uif . no
"wCT.yttK
UNITED STATES HOTE?
FEH5SYLVANIA AYKPHJE,
HEAB THE CAPITOIa.
tkls Hotel receatlr reaovated. Improved aai
ewlr faraUbad, Is bow la point of comfort aol
Arrangement
oa fevorabK
a. BEAN,
Proprietor.
SEATON HOUSE.
LOUISIANA AVENDE.
BETWIXK SIXTH AND SEVENTH STREETS, I
WAaaueToa, p. a.
JOHN H. sjionta, raorairroa.
Tale Homeola eaUrlTBey,aSMtlr fernUhadl
imllead
sm ihroaghoat.
id tUlhlaaT Rtvitna
LlnoMatalaaraperb BUllard aad BAIUai
WieaWllaa WaVMr atllal n IBn
naeaaa oa aao am ana i
eeeoad.loore reaarva
aval aaaiaBb tor fan- ISXBiaaiaiMt anaatlla
aane-tf Tli-.lt tft ao PER PAT
Confectionery.
FRElND'S
QRAN D OPENING
OP
CONFECTIONERIES,!
FOB TUB .'
laa Brldz. street,
0B0HGETO1VN, . C,
At ITaurthar tteelaaed Paicaa.
d.Mm
.HIFFIBLD'I FBESCn CONFECTIOXEBY
AND SALOON.
IM F.nn. At.., bet 12tU atyl. 1 Jth Sta.l
OTSTEES. aAMEaad IlErEESBllESTS rOR-l
alabed at mr Ealooa at all hoara.
Pertlee. weddleai. Ploaera. Beeeptloaa, ae..
ferBtahedatthaBhorteataotleeaadthelateatBtrleil
aleo.Tahle Were aaA ExperloBce Waltare.
ded3m JOS. IE. SDAFriELD.
J.H.A1.BEBS,
SOU Elovontli Btrool,
FRENCH OONPEOTIONER.
Parttae, Beppera, Fatra, ale., faralahed la thai
nil htii aaa M law niw. .e.i.-
Interior Adornment!.
O- j&. L HLj El &l tt .
804 Perm. Are., Bilwosa Oth tud 10th Sta.
OIL TAINTIHOS.
cnnoMO LiinoauAPns.
BNaBAVINaS, AO. I
OVAt Bad 8QrfBE TICTDBI rSAHEB. of all I
aliea, aad ot the beat QUalltr. made to order. I
Otrai-M .. . .. Q.U1U. rropnawr.
QIOBOE WILHIB,
PAPEBnAHaEBASD UI-IIOLETEEEE.
laroaraa aod BaALta ia
rSESCB AND AUEEICAK PAPIBBABOINai I
ABD
ornouTBET aooDi,
tst Klatt elreel w.it, pelweea D 'aad E elreate.
f.tl
wiiiihtoi. alo7"
Carriagci.Eto.
ARMY WAGONS. HARNESS. dC.
av nnuu.is, naair.oc, oil
ATtUV WlhnMI t)AUNKa An
For etle cheep for eah.
K. U. WIIEEIaCB,
SereDth atreet and. Caaal Bridge, bonth Side.
Bottleeolm '
jQg KOLB&CO., J
QAR aJABBIAUK AMD WAGOBI QAtt
. M ANUFACTvO.RY,
StS II Street, netweerf ninth una
Tentlt Slre.la.
EEPAIRIRO Or ALLKIjrTJl PBOUFTLT
ATTENDED TO.J-oe3S-tr
"
Printing.
O GIBBON BRos. gP
ST1 Feruia. ATenno.iouth tM, mar 11th St.
Iho. D. coaataoBiK. patio m'ibtoos,
cnsBiitonAU a uciitTosn.
PRINTERS,
Woodvard Balldiof, North Side PaaaerlTaala
Areaae, betweea Teatt aad XleTeatt elreaU.
Book, Job, aad Ifowapaper Prlatlaf proraptlr
eaecaUd. aatf.tf
Trnnki and HarnetiC
Jas, S. Topham & Co.,
MO. 500 NEVEJITU STBEET.
On. Door Aboi-e Odd Fellow.' Uall,
THB MOST EXTENSIVE
MANUFAOTUREItS AND DEALERS IN
OAI1UIAGE, 11UG0Y,
AND FAIIM HARNESS,
NADDI.EN, I1RIDI,EN,
AND Wll I TO,
Toiether with a large Bad freah etoek of
llora. Cover., EJtp Bobeo, BatTalo
Bob.B, Carriage Ktata, Ao.t A...
lolKted from the moat exteahlT. ho.aee la th
BOBBtrr, Bad for Bale at Breallr fedBCod prlcea.
oetloSm
Intelligence Office.
0-A.L3Da
Tha VBderalfaed woatd Tespactfallr call tbe at.
tantloaof tbe cltlteasof Waaainftoa nnd Qoorge.
towa Fa the f set, that tber have thla dar opened an
INTELLIGENCE OFFICE.
la room No. II. cattwlag
BABEHENT Of "CITV HALL."
Where tber are prepare. to farnlab Clerks. Porters.
Hoaae barraaU, aad itoerel bslpef all kinds ou
tho ahersoat BOtlee.
meA.taturacUoa inaraatled In all casea Special
attaatloa paid to the rental of hoaja and collectloa
'"" P. K1MUSLL4C0
wrisBiaaToi, v. u., vee. i, low, tiu3t)-tr
Pianos and Mmlc
farmarlr Toaarof KNABfl'E. nndl
baao.BanUr of 8TkINWAYTbl
Ja.a0t BOW
ninini r. abtttti fV.iiDtia
Piano Store. Wo. e7 Elarentb street, betwi
nnnirlfaala eveana aad E street, itlll (.'
lao repefed, (faaed. Bed for
d nrinii KnaairifiaT
"i
ANOI FOB BALI. SENT OR XXC11AN08.
patt.Bia.
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