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or KepreitntatiTc jnlcrJjj1 uevciopM in
fCl tut a mliuVo was m.c, after t.l, oo
Monday, pcodlotf tba tote upon the Vlf
gUla UU, and ituither wai( really. A tl
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ilder the rota wherebj the prcT.ottsmieai.oa
was ordered on Ihe Mil. It appeared from
t& Joaraal.A wu .leertatacd bracjoot
when tbetlMu aajontnea on Monday., that
lit) tote TttUr stood 77 to 77. Tbe motlom
wee therefor defeated, and all lubieqneat
trromdlog were treated as a nullity, and
did not appear at all upon the record. ITenee
the qneetloa jnterday would hare been
directly upon the paag of the bill, If Mr.
Blaffcam bad not withdrawn It to allow Mr.
Taraiworth to pat the but agreed npon bre-
eloauyby the Conualueeon Kcconi traction.
ilr.Blaghara has, howarer, not abandoned
hi bill, but wtil fotrodaoe ll to-day a a
inbatllnte for the Reconstractlon Commljtefl
propoeUIon.
The Oommltteee bllt fUe to glre central
atUfactloo, although It li not eo extreme
and ultra at waaeerlalaly to bo expected.
It U true H lmpoeet no teat oath, but atlll lu
eoadltlont are, many of them, objectionable,
and especially that feature which make eer
.lain acta of the Leglilatnre Imrocable. The
bluU certainly not what the people of Vir
ginia had a right lo expect) bat, oa the prin
ciple tut half sv loaf li better loan no
bread, we ilaeerely hope that If Mr. Bing
ham fall to eeenre consideration for bla
amendment to day, he will cast the weight
of hie Influence In faror of thle bill of the
committee. Let us hare something; at leaet
that will bring Virginia' Senator and Kep
resentatlTM back Into the halle of don
" (polar Lecture.
Nothing affJrdi more gratification to the
thoughtful mind Jhan the fact that the pop
nlartatteU becoming more and more 're
fined and cuUlTateJ. Vfc hall with Joy
eery effort made to popularize thoao snb
Jecu which tend directly or Indirectly to
the deretopment of the mind, combining en
tertainment with Instruction, finch an
effort li now being made by the Yotog
Men Christian, Association, In, th course
of tdenllne lecture to be Inaugurated
this erenlog VTe hare been permitted, to
glance orer the tnbjects of the lectnrc on
Natural Hlstorr The flrtt eerie of the
course will bo by Trof. B. Waterhome lliw
klnt, f New Tork. Where ProMIawklne
1 known hi name ha been sufficient to In
sure a fall house. Itle flnl lecture U, "T-u
nnlfy fiplan rmf vnrkty ef rxttrnal jvrm In
animals hating a spinal co fli 1 '
mltostractdtoll-,nwftter" The fol
lowing lectures wb8 Pn ln "wied
adaputIoi " Dm for locomotion In water,
jHLaUiealr and on the earth," on the
"rorm tX bird and their coQetrnetlon Tor ex.
lateace and progression In the lri, and npon
the" plan and external form of animal de
signed for locomotion on the earth, special
ization of limbs for walking, running, leap'
log, and climbing." Wo moat ilncerely
hope that tueie leciurei may be to fatly (at
tained that the Mtoclatlon may feel Inclined
In future to prorlde ns a more extenilre
conne, embracing a greater rartety of inb-
jecie m the Held of itlence. The accond
and third tcrie In th eouri e cannot fall to
be Tery popular, la tIcw of the nmcs an
nounced. x-UoTernor Goodwin, of Malnei II. Sin
ford, president of Adami' Cxpresa Coaipanjt
Felix It. Bennett and family, llttabarg, I'a.j
S. R. Ilarlov, New Jersey, ro tribal toutk
erndlitrlctofNew York ( A. II. Culm, W.
A. Bailey, Jamee Hoy and family, Mn. Fox
and mall, Alfred IV!!, K. T. Hoy and fam
lly, Edwin C rot swell, New York; John N.
Keeler and family, Albany, aud Dr. Win.
M. Guilford and lady, Tenneylranla, are at
the Arlington
General John Cochrane has been elected
chairman of the New York City Republican
Committee.
Hon. II. II. Emmom, Hon. A. B. May
nard, lion John W. Long year, and Charlea
W CUibcr and family, Michigan) Hou.
Richard Yates and Henry Yutet, IlllaoUf
Col. C. II. RoberU, CoacorJ, N. II. j Capt.
II. C. Maharln, New York( C. II. 8now, Ylr
kIdIai C. B. Parker and wife, New Harap
lUrcj G.J. Monro W and wife, Maesachn-
ictU; Luther Lee, Jr., R. M. Minlay, and A.
HTaahhttm ntuhmnmt t Tntmir f... 1, 1
..... ft r . ,-.',' ' . . .
.ctu, . Munaert, rosier, . -. oiM
hour, sou, and daughter, New Yorkt George
Wblttea, Lancaster, Pa.) U. W. PraU and
D. D Darttoron, VlrgAnlai and A. Goldberg,
New York, are at the Bt, James hotel.
Tai Diiteict or Coluwi Committxi.
The U2!9 CocsittN on Affairs of the Dis
trict of Columbia had a meeting yesterday
morning, and Informally dijcatscd matters
that had been referred to lu The assign
ment for the day was Iho proposed amend
ment to the National Junction railroad bill.
The committee had written letters to Gov.
Bowie, president of the Baltimore and Po
tomac railroad, and to Mr. Garrett, notify
ing them of the amendments suggested to
the bill, and requesting them lo appear be
fore the committee, if they had anything to
present upon the subject.
A letter was received from Mr. Garrett,
statlog that a prior engagement would pre
vent his attendance yesterday, bat that he
would appear before the committee at son
future time.
SLurixa tins. Meiers Pullman t Co.
have, through their patents, been enabled to
make arrangements with the different rail
road companies, ro that tho sleeping cars on
all the roads are now under their manage
ment. This arrangement, If carried oat la
liberal and buslness-llke manner, a we
doubt not It will be, will contribute much to
the curiveulence of the traveling public.
while if an opposite course I pursued the
raenageri will have it In their power to be
come a great annoyance.
Ma. LiCKT Tuompso, sculptor, pro
poses, throagh a gentleman or this city, lo
make a statue of Gen. Scott, heroic else, for
the Poldlqrs' Home, and tu supply his own
bronio, tor thesumof 1 13,000. Mr. Thomp
son stands at the head of Ms profession In
this couutry Will our Congressmen make
a note of this when they nr. distributing
their favors to artists t
Bust DAT Nioni Trun Soitii. Tho Urnuge
and Alexandria Rill roil Company has put
on a night train bttwieu lb o city aud Rich
mood, running on the rame time as the
trains oa week days, with iLo samo sleeping
ars. The first Sunday train rau uu Sunilwy
.Bt
oMisiTlOas. Tho PrutUci.t tnt the
roitowlug nomlattloBS to tho flcunto jestur
day otway 0. Berrytnan and rrwlerlck V.
(la to br ent. ond lieutenants lu the marine
corps) Thus l. Me Clare, of Mlauosota, to
be recclv r or i uulk money at St. Cloud,
Minn.
Tbi atocNTs o( iuo Michigan 6(te
University, at Ann Arbor. Michigan, bare
recently resolved to admit r.mtu i0 the
HBlTertlty
fllkrrVad LI-UBr lek Vmf
m XtMlk.
Human nature 1 an Inconsistent arrange
ment. It DermlU men who are Individually
upright and honorable, bat who are bound
to the Intertill of a demure iniumuon, id
use such meani In the rapport of that lflttl
tntlona they ynaldjaerVtoadeecead to
use la the rappori of telr bwn ptrsohil 1d
terest. U In V
A raArktd.UlMtrktlon o thU 'moral per
rersioo ie snown ta a memorial which a few
merchant and merchant clerk In New
York ha?e been Induced to sign adverse to
thai raortaolxaUon of the narr which would
barmonje the position of the staff corps, and
ums aarrnonixe the whole serTlce. Tne ae
Uklre spirit of tul memorial Ue in the
ttateraent that the staff come seek to iiMr-
nit the inlllury anthortiy or the tloe, and
the moral character of It rests In the fact
that erery officer of the nary knows this to
be untrue
Another inutrallon of th nnstropulou
despotism 6f anyjnttltatlou embracing fls
principle In Its drctnlzUlonU presented by
a writer of a recent Article In the Washing
ton ChronUU. who concentrates hi whole
force In a n attempt to depreciate the honor of
tne death or Assistant Bargeon ioogsuaw,
In the attack on Fort Fisher.
It had been1 axtettel that Assistant Bur
geon Loogihaw fall Iq the discharge of his
duty In the frontline of action. The would-
be exact writer for the CVentf takes ex
ceptlon to this statement, became, a he
says, Dr. Longshaw did not fall In the line
of action, bat la an attempt to teicue the
body or a line officer.
Bat for the perverting influence sur
rounding an honorable officer he wouMbave
biuiheJ, la anj contest, to hare made this
attempt to depreciate theionor of the death
of a brother officer who died o nobly. Wa
It less creditable to die In the cool discharge
of a sacred doty than to fall lalheeiclte-
meat of battle In the front line or action?
But It may be claimed the truth of. history
required thU correclloa. Granted. But if
made In this spirit, why was not the whole
truth told by one so accurate a to the pre
else fact of Dr. Loagshaw death! lie,
on the contrary, term it an "exceptional
ease,' and suppressed the fact that this
same Dr. Longshaw wa commended to the
Department by Admiral Dahlrren for carry-
log out a hawser to a grounded monitor fin
der flr In Charleston harbor aud by impli
cation conceals that other well known fact,
that as many medical officer tost their live
In the late war a did, lieutenant command
ers, who bare charge of the fighting divis
ions. Therefore, Dr. Loogshaws death
wo not exceptional, and the attempt o
depreciate th military honor of tbewu
medical corpe I painfully lacontlitrei witu
not only magnanimity hut Justice
Bneh, however, has alway bn ihe slaT
Uhneas to whVeUatt vnjaal andusurpleg
institution reduce their t-renis. wnat
cannot be sustained by facts, reason and
argument will be stutaed by cruelly, des
potism and dlecredltsw device.
Boitwu and U la feudalism) so it was
voder our ilavectracyt eo It I In the present
misplaced poaMon of the line of the navy,
and nothing will correct It but a sweeping
out ofalltlee pretention and a reorganisa
tion npon the principle of truth and Justice.
No result different from the present na
happy state of affairs la the navy could be
looked for U an Institution which permits
auch Incident a the followiagi
In a foreign portjait a the sundown boit
Is leaving the wharf for the ship, the fleet
surgeon, a worthy and venerable man, Is
seen coming toward the boat. The crew
call the attention of the midshipman of the
boat to the factnd the reply Is "X don't care
a damn, shove off," and the fleet surgeon
Is left to come off with the servant and
stewards
Also, consider the life-long Influence npon
youog minds of a New Tear's presentation
to the President of Ihe United States, where
staff olScersof esreuty years of age were
preceded by boylth ensigns. Bach Incidents
Uuuvh tucte jouox tuca upon a JUi-long
career of arrogance, which overrides with
contempt all staff officers and all civil pur
suits. Such teaching Is unfortunate for
those who are poisoned Dy It, and when cor
reeled all respectable men oflloe or staff will
have reason to rejoice.
Tii Murderer Victor Nolr bj Plrve
lloaa parte,
A dispatch from Paris, dated January 11,
has the following In relation to the murder
of Victor Nolr by Pierre Bonaparte
The cit v Is treatlr excited over the trai
which occurred yesterday afternoon. Prince
Bonaparte's version of the affair Is fur
nished toa Journal to-day by Paul Casaguac.
lie says the Prince made the following state
ment to him on his tenon "Mr. Touvllle
and Mr. Victor Nolr cam to my residence
wima. menacing air ana wa uMraaaaa in
their pockets and presented the letter of Mr.
Pascal Orottiett. and I said i "It Is Roche
fort, and not his creatures, that I seek."
"Read the letter," replied Nolr. I bad my
hand on m nfitol la mv socket. "Are Ton
responsible for ltT" I asked. Atthl.Iro-
ralvri . 1ti In She faoa from. Voir. When I
dtww mf Ttnfialver and Bred at him. Tou-
;uUMe6eMnaaenalr, and from the
protection that afforded, aimed hie revolver
at me, ona coow not get w go on- a
urea at mn vuuo u wu in mat jvuimu,
when he ran on of the room, ne stopped
Jn tiic nci: room, and again turned his pistol
toward mei- lured at him agald, and he
nea."
The MrMt OJleuu of this morning cos-
tains a decree convoking the Chambers for
me purpose or Dringing aeuon ociore toe
Hlrn Court of Justice to decide noon the
charge of homicide against Prince Bona
parte. The Prince, belonging lo the Em
peror' family, the examination must be
held before this couit. The Journal, la it
account of the transaction, state that the
minister of justice, as soon as he heard of
ineanair.oruerea ine arrest 01 mo rnncej
bat fire hour before the issuance of the
order he had surrendered himself Into the
custody of the commissioner of police of
AntenU, and hod been taken to the Con-
ciergee.
Westeru Extixsiom orrasCaisirsiKB
A'to Ohio Roid The rwoDle of Ohio are
already beginning to move on the subject of
an extension of tho Chesapeake and Ohio
road from the month of Big Sandy. A meet
log was recently held t Portsmouth, which
recommended a road from opposite the
month of Big Bandy to Portsmouth, thence
via Buena Vlsu, Rome, Hanging Rock,
Aberdeen, Ripley, liigglnsport, unuo, ne
Tile. Morrow and New Richmond to Cin
cinnati. Corporator were elected, and a
committee appoioiea w asa ine icgim-mro
ta alter tna constitution so that counties.
towns, Ac-, may subscribe stock in railroad
companies
Jl writer In the Cincinnati JSnnvlrtr. ad
verting to this meeting, say there are sev
eral wusr routes irum ue i oaauj to via
clnnatl shorter and In all respect better
than the one recommended at Portsmouth.
UecipreMlhe opinion that mere is no
authorlxluff subscriptions, to build a road
between the point named. Capitalists, with
ready money, seeking good investments,
will do It and they will choose tho best and
shortest route.
TaaNiitao Ex;dus. Two huadredne
aroe, of both sexes aad all sixes, took the
Vlrxiola aod Teooessea cars at Lynchburg
oa Thursday for the Booth. Two hundred
mere, who wer ready to co, were not able
to secure place on th train.
Tho sane acniratloa I going lorward from
all parte or the date. Five h aud red have left
FarmTtlle wltblii the past month. A corre
toudtiutoftha Richmond Ir'Aty offer the
rollowloic eiiUsiloa of tht remarkable
inoTwutBt of th colored population)
Rnl lha Tiraclliat ihii!ak whlrli (a
t aiklDg tbU nnm.l aiodu U tka brd
aviu !! ijitiviuii ask ! juat Bt "CI J 1UI
ltslb1e to supply the demaad for food and
ctdhlti(jaojong the eolured race la Booth
bIQs Virginia. The corn crop of IBM wa
almost a failure la many localities. Th
email and Inferior crops of tobacco have
becu sold aod th mousy spent la lMfJ, The
farmer and planter cannot afford to git
inch wages a will Dpportth colortd iaau
with a famllyiand ll requires no Mii'ty or
the tbeorle of the science of pinik.ui i.toa
omy to convlne otrr freedman that hit la
terest demand that Uo shall Sod a home
where bis labor will psy."
The weetern lalon Teles rank
-3fMtt. --
The great telegraph monopoly has received
a severe blow In the strike of the operator.
It It la vain for the monopoly In Its own lni
terest to suppress the news in regard to tho ;
extent Of the movement) for the grains that
sift through Us fingers ar enough to show
that lb strike 1 not only almost a exten
sive ai'Jthi wire of the cotnpny,but that
It Is bitter and MrsIstenW ITbose operator
who returned to work Ih eeverat Southern .
cltlea hare roe to the rank of in strikers
again on finding that thj information on
which they resumed work had been made
np by the monopoly Itself. From all part
of the country the Telegraphers League la
receiving encouraging reports. The other
great trad nnlon nav given them hearty
support, both In sympathy and money We
pabllsh elsewhere In onr columns this morn
log a card from lb telegrapher to the pub
Mc, which ret forth their caso fairly and
iguerely.
The manager of the Western Union Com
pany have only themselves to blame. They
have alway been. dictatorial and overbear
lag. The first cans of the sirlke 1 not
merely the discharge of a few operator In
i San Francisco The manager of, the com
pony claim so, lint they know better. It Is
the culmination of a long eerie or tyrannies
and oppression practiced toward their em
ployee. They nrre been grinding their
faces too bard. They hare" striven to drive
the Associated Tress a they please, and
they have partly e jcceeded They hare co
. arced small country aewspapera by threat
ening to deprive them, through the Asso
ciated Press, of their new. Tbev have tried
to coerce number of loflaeoUal paper In
the interior by this mean. They have
bought out or crushed out numbers of rival
line, and are steadily aiming to get under
their own control all the wire and all th
newspapers In th country. But they have"
been too grasping and avaricious, la ylevr
oi a mua gaio, ana. too Diina ana unoo
aervantof future result. They have gone
the length of their tether.
The strike of tbej operators 1 their death
blow, backed a it i& by lbs trade onions,
the Independent press, the' sympathy of the
people and tho power of Congre. For
Cougrts 1 bottnd l to takft the matter la
hand. Th people) foe .whose benefit Con
gress legislates, cannot have their .bnalnu
affair deranged, their credit Impaired and
their commercial traaaaetlon Mopped at th
whim of a dictatorial monopoly any longer.
The Government business lilf Is not safe.
Our diplomatic machinery 1 liable lo Injiry.
The failure to transmit some 'Important dis
patch through, tht Atlantic or Cuba cab!
might involved In a dipienuUo mnodl or
a foreign war. As long as the monopoly
holds this unlimited power and Is so tyran
nical and boorish aKnt mine It the people
and the GoYornto-ot are liable to fatal mis
hap at asy moment.
The postal wlegrsph system In tho hand
of Govern went would be safe from strikes
of this k-'od, and not until th Government
take t-e wire under It own control can w
be weolly Independent of the hug monopoly
ibcnowown them, or wholly secar from
tne repetition of th present muddle. Con
gress ha th remedy la lu own hands, and
It I tO behoDod It will nealB Aral. fUn.
oral Washburn' bill cover th ground, and
he shows that he nndsrsUnds the mana
vera of the monopoly when he proposes to
u tug Huwun; ui tn vpermMm inem
selves. They can give him the Information
be wants, and they are not Interested In
Kiviog mm me wrong xinaor iniormauon.
By all mean let th bat be pushed It Is a
blow for the people egalost monopoty.--.Y.
J. JTiraldt January It.
CuiatellenlM Hetfaedlst Cbarch-
Tli reler Klepe With at dialer.
The report which became current Tester-
day, announcing the elopement of a promi
nent clergyman, of thi city with a yonag
lady of his congregation, has created sad
consternation among a lare-e and Influential
religion denomination. The facts briefly
detailed are thseet
Rev, uoraca Cook, who has. until his
sudden departure, been presiding over the
Seventh street Methodist Episcopal church,
became enamored of a young-lady of his
church, and after paying considerable at
tention to her, which wa scarcely compati
ble with his position as a clergyman, or
consistent with his relations as a husband
and father, ba left his home, and meeting
the young lady by appointment, conducted
uer to a steamer, ana sauea ror tarope.
mo young UJ ' out iu years oi age,
and is of a simple and coofldioe nature, un
t stored In the ways of the world, and reared
by a pious and cultured family. Her name
is His Johnson, and sbe wa a pupil In
Twelfth-street school. She had often ex
Dressed her adntlretlon for her minister. Mr.
Cook. In her natsrallv artless manner, but
no one Imagined that there had been Impro
priety la their InUrcourse. Mr. Cook had
rn vrj uiontiro w nor, nut oi manner
U Tery suave and hi nature social, and hi
fondness ror young people conspicuous, so
that any particular Interest whteb he showed
ror miss iounson a society aia not awaxea
suspicion.
It now appears that he was accustomed
to meet this young lady In the afternoons as
ho came from school, and to walk with her.
Tbla was not known to her parenU. There
were reports about Mr. Cook's attention to
Miss Johnson being very Improper, and the
motbsr or the young lady hearing them, re-
nmfffl hr far narmltllnv Ifr. fYrvttr In In.
dulge lu so marked attention. While Mr.
Cook was lu Europe during last summer ahe
wa in irequent iniercaaure oi letters, ana
It U said tbcv were somewhat aaealtonabte.
She was et the steamer when ha left on hi
summer voyage, and handed him a slip of
paper wim tocso worae insiae. "juar uoa
grant you a pleasant trip and bring yon
back In safely to us." Other scraps wbleh
were handed him be the votinir lad ehawed
that she bed nolmpprs,howfbix
her lore tor Mm was by do mea passional.
OlDCe tu piUMW ivturu, Mr. vvuiuua un
been carefully watching the moretaeau of
the minuter ana ue aaagnter, ana naa ae
terminea to cow owe tne clergyman u n
met mm in romran witn me a&nfftiur.
-- . . ... f. f .." . r r
uoi sioco air. wooae return ne nas not oeen
discovered in hi clandestine meetings, al
thouzh tbev have been manr.
On Thursday evening' lost he obUlaed
considerable money from his friends, and
racket a trunk and mad readme for his
journey. On Friday afternoon ha met Mis
jonnsoa a sne came irom school, and with
her books and In her school-dress he led her
away. Her family Is plunged In great grief,
and her father ho acted like a crazed man.
The minister wrote a letter before leavlnir
the city on Saturday, telling the father of
Miss Johnson, that he "would forfeit his
life for the woman ha adored,' and assuring
mm that sne anouia oe well carea lor. this
Infla ued th family, for they believe that he
nas heartlessly aoceirea ner ana somgnt ncr
ruin.
Mrs. Cook, tho wife of the minister, ba
been prostrated by tho sad occurrence. Sbe
will return to ber mother as soon a sh suf
ficiently recovers. Ills family are left an
provided. Both families are deeply afflicted,
and seem almost distracted. There 1 a
general condemnation of the clergyman,
ut the young lady has been lorelgled away.
It I thought, by the flaUertog speeches of
her betrayer. JT. T. Trlbdnet lllA.
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a. HURIHBH bta obtuni
Court
a.hlaauim aanali
1 a mule. i"ara luunwirr oa lan pwrana,
aauta of Ja L OiH4M. lata of Waihiactoe
tlty, dceaad. All pereoea kattae eleln
cltlmi ae aint tha aaid dasaaaad tx barabr waread
toaxblbtl the him, with tba voecbarB Ihoreof, to
tba aebaarlbar. oa or before the 4th dar of Jaaearr
Basil thar mar Atbarwlae br lew be exctndtd
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iron ai, lkbihi bi h, iaiu aaiaia
Adnlalilrator. '
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fi . Jiiiw T. 11T4
fim tha natlllna of Ciiii.il If rfaain nf Wsri.l.
tar. Man , ead CVaaliati Lamb, ef Weedatoek,
Cqb , prarlaf for the ettaeatue or a pet at
erasud te Uan ee tba Sthder.ef April UM, Ur
BB InprOTomaet la fiabmarlaa LaaUrai,
Itlaordarod that lee Uattteoerle tblataae be
tloaad oa tba Htb dar of barau eazlt that the
iis.fifilllifirfim.ili a ad lha Exaailaai'a ra.
port L liinUad to tba 1SA dar of Aterah eaxt.
end lha! aatd patUloa be heard oa the S3d dar
Jania WSw CwwMlaaloaaaf Pafala
SOB
kmUKH kaa iahlalaad fraam tka llr.ki.i1
Coert of WaalilBKtoe eouotT. la Ike DUlrlct of
Colombia, latlara of edrotBUtratloB ea lha per
babbI eatate of Joe W. Aueinsae, lale ef
Weiblectoaeiuitr eforaaald.daa -l 1)1 par'
aoiihTimellnrt (tlnt lha aali aaettk! are
karabr wrad it ihtbil tba uu, with tha
Toaruii iuiaii, i ilia vvci)vi. vu wr hv.hi
tba Uib day if lttnjf naxt thar mar othar
wiao by taw be raaleded tron ell baaadt 01 tb
a. 1.1 .ala.ll
OItcb itedar mr ba id tblt 11 1 dar p( Jaanarj
:Ium Caualr. U tha Dlalilel ef
Columbia, litra of ad ai alit rtilaij op IbaporaoBal
lata or Jon it Liwia, Ute of Waiba((OB ooooir
arorrmiJ dacaaa'd All peraeea heflai rlatitia
ei4lat Iho .d d-raaaed era barabr waruad lo
ashlhll Ikai lama, with tba vaachari Ikaraaf. to
I ',"Hum"X!
Ike BBbaortbar, oa or brure Ihoaih dar ( Jaa
earr eiiltUr mar Btharwlae bviBW be ax
e ujed fritn all beojt of aaid eatate.
iJI-aDoedarinr heed tbla dtb dar of JahQAry.
M1KQARXT X LEWI?
laark,
AdfBlafalialrlx
A WEfllTBU.
aa.la.araf Willi
MoBOLDTlOW Or COPARTflaBSHlP.
tha pertaarblp haraloforeeitatlB balwaaa
LOnied U f V.BCfVA. la ike rssUeeeflbf
hii U thin dar dlngtf 6-1
A LbiJtD will ttla tba affair f (be late Arm.
ied til poriue- led.htad 14 ll will plaeao all el
bIb Lawoolca. Lotulee avaeue, star Clir UU,
tai .aitia e.aoBt
Hew AdreTUieme&ts.
Wahtid-a aisriCRArr COOK
i JoisrH u, saArrisl
iPir.T
n.
ho rteiiriTfttu t
HS-St bet. Tw.Uk ee4 Tklfenatk
rlykU erseat.
tMUl MfMlt.
Ml. SU -T'r MTtfWHTiM
TlAlrlu or OiOICI RIW T0K BOTTIK
W HPICER'n BUTTEK TfBEt
7ttlle Street, betweev B teSF.
l,Pr1,r' CiBr neplieA with ter otn
tltrtHrBt. pfiMielwByi UeUweei. Je
TOSvRim.TnnEi rttiti nr SrtW Inn
.Aomtly nritikti ROOMS is a wheuM.
!? 1 '. " rMBlQitble eel Flt( -loee.
tlvttleUe eltr, with ell th nedera Improve
miu, kt eie r)d tr, betk riwei sid weUr
tloieti eeatth ller, laqlroethftit torMrof
rerleaih eel 1 BtrMU. eppoelle FmnkHi
ry owiLi.Ann,
EBBITT HOUSE,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
T Y COOPEK 4 LATIHKR,
jlm (ouoeeiiori i
rs to Jenee O. MeUulr k Co ,1
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la. ! h wtrtaa k l. f.J. .i
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te the raar Ilea oi avi toti tkeeae arth s TmI
IlilMIIIIIMIlllHlaatllk.ki. ... IW. .!.
""(fifclai Oalblrief ihe rarabea eidniT
wuaielarMtr The peraaaMr 1 b,t hla ui-um.
iaerytHHa.eeerMb7aeaerruia the prop
erif, for the Uittl peynaeui ioo at
tltee er aale. All oarlrtaelig imdm et
perehMtT ijimim. Thaeaoa! efaa sadar the
"wnrfrem ,UVl, ate mlr lb a9l4 th
ne(eM, with tetaifren air L IMS,
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XTaiatciRi'it.
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ISutJ AeMloetere.
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xmn3i3 aooDs
GREATLY REDUCED PRICE3,
We hev liWrnirkiidDTi amir all ear tares
Btodueaaewettar
" ?0J M tJ tlv , teat here Uaa Worth
eLI0 d&X,9fet; DROCiDl DItlISS3 et
WOOL POf LIH el WHi
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n-wi iik idt oji rxici
BOGAN &WYLIE.
Dentera la
Dry Goods
i
Notion. IlOklery. Act , ap,,
1020 7lh St., N. W.,
WAtUINOTON, I. C.
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WHAPPIESk
roar Orrica DiPiiTHtiiT. I
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wUlbaraealratlaaifllp u ae
BaaJa4 PrepoaMa
Till
Ho 1
sl i. ()Haerrlturilii.lMbra,.'UcbM,
efwhUt. beff. caaarr, r c'emolo?l paper,
erla Beth propertloe er ellhar ea tear V rt
q nlred
He. a Fell laitar alia, teeiummakt eallip, Ut
clreUra.)3M br A'iiacba. of lhaiamaaaU
fa a. Jt m, iu coaaiilge ea in ihe prupor.
iomraab.
Wa. 4. Poll lalUr alia. S'J br W tacb, of urn
lore aaffe Seae eeaara likaeeadlllee ea 19
tba properties or etch
Me e, litre lrttr lift (aBinrnmed on Stp, for
circa I an, I SH br S'a leahea, of aan Cvlort ea
J, eed nslr alike aoedtiloaea to ike prapottloa
of aecu.
Ho. b. Kitra Utter la,4 by U taabaa.ef tama
colira aa Ho . eed nedar like cundttloe aa la
tba pro porl efaa ek.
ITe 7 Oflclat atn, V, by , iBttiea. of aaae
eolura aa no. S. eed eaere Ilka evadl loa ea to
ih Biopurtloe ut ach.
H S. Iztre oClcUl alu. !' br 6 lackai, of
an viui 00 a, uiii iuii oauiiin
to Us proporitne of each
MVrsPAVSit WRAPPERS.
t, by 'laahae, of Laffortnaalllapptr.
Alt the ahTe aaTalepee ead Wieppara te be fta-boia-d
wlthputlagae'etapaefaeehdaaenlaedoea.
las (I.Bar! ana Jlraet
The eeTaltipea to be Ihoroeiblr eed prfeeilp
(Bienaa, thorenniof ee lb dtp or aaae (axeapi
rWaircefaraHebe patoa eoi Ira Ikaa half ae
eh le width IbeaaitrelaBfih. Tba wrapperaie
MiinnNiniHu un ivnnnavLJLB iam
Yril WpJI and wrappara neat be beeded la
Micalaar twaatv era. ea miih le atrvae eata
boarder at ik boxaa aaahlaaoatele eella laa
vaair eTa,eaapei
ik boxaa aaahtat
a4eefirI ba)
aakandrad each of
(Mi i am teiMI
ine anciaior nin
attiatait,aparatlr Tha eawipapar wrappara
tebepackodleboaaa toavettle eol teaatbaa two
keadrad ead Sfir eeak. The boxaa ere lo be
wrapped ab aaaUd.et aaaerelrfaataeadla atrasg
naBlIle,vepr. aeea touTalr baar traB.norteitoa
br iBBllferdBllTerr li ToatmeiUra. What two
ikiuaBB or mora aavtlopca era reielrad to All the
ordar et a poatstaitar, Ike atrew or peataboard
bo if 1 tiveteiaiBf (be laeaa at be passed la
BtrflBCwoedoe aaaaa.wall atrarptdwlth booplrao
BidaddreaMdibetwhaalaat Ihe Iwe Ihoeaaid
eraraqatrad propar labalaof dkraolloa. febefer
kUhod bree eet of Ike firpartnoBt, oi:i be
piaoaa ep aacu naaa aw io aoBuaatar
Wedee wt, oobUIbIbi eef atpa er wrappan
I b irBBipoited br water reetaa, ami rt'
ktdad with anlubla waiar prooSae Th wfceli
io be does eaJaitka laipaetloa Bed directlea o( ai
I Hat of tka Ditunkual
The jB-olepeeBedwreperen)Bj be fiireUkad
aneaurarta wuaeu reaaaaauie etapaicu, etii
Mole All raapaot. raadrfor eta, aaJ la ani
aaatltlet ae mar be taqelra le flit lee dallr erdara
of poatisBKlera 1 the ell -ari- lobe ta .da ellhar Bt
tka Poit OBaa Oapartmapt. Waablettoa.D. U.. at
et the oftttoer ai agaet delr aeihorurd te leapaat
eed recotve the aeDMi tka ptaaa of deltrerria be
aire the aaDMi 11
M II ( Ik POi
Bi tee optiae 01 araimaMr vobotb', ia
eoat of daltrSrlB. aa (fall ea all axpeaaa e
Ue.eddraealBi Hboilet ead watr-pro
an iu iipiii) oi
MBBIB or IM aaiBirmaaar
Biddareere BotiSad tUlthe Dapertmaet Will re
lolre.BaeeeedlttoBOf tka aoatraeu tkel tka ob
ealepeeeadwnppareahklt beaakaefeatarad eaf
otorae te aack neaeer ea to i aae re eeeenir
aLaataat laaa br Bra or ttaft "Tk taa.aafariiur
jneaear ea to luare eeoerlir
teattkt kll tlmaa beaabjct le Ue laapeetloe oT
ea eaeel ef Ike Daoertaaat, who will, teeelre
nra 01
tee atn
IlpeUUesaef tba eeatract Kt bsfeltbl
lee eiaa ir atUBwaakag ibb pqaiaro Bikwpaaa
tka
vad.
aa d kept ta order el the eapekae of lb foe trailer
ThaDapertmeal reaarraa the rtfbt of rMtlrlaa
bbw dlaa for aaratempa, er daaoinlaaiiaia e?
aUDapeaelBoWeaad, eel ear cheat ofdlai er
aelora. ahklt bo taeda wlthoet extra eherie.
riaraa aoat.
iDaclmaea
oiineaikBivaa BBTaiupaa iiai
para bow t a uaaoay
naat Tftav h. uallt 11 af trianrlai
wrp
PfcipoaiofitaaaBbet ibaaeatclnaaa aranol ie
raaardad m Ihe alrle aod aaetltr Rxad br l- Df
rari mail aa a ataadara far tha aatv canlraeli klala
dare are tharafore larlted to oh mil lataplaaof
BihafaraJ at i Vara at naalltlaa llJ atrial, laaladlaa
lha papar propoaad. pa wall aa the nuoafaoterad
earelopea. wrapper! ead bono aad tuake laalr
ildaaaoordledr . .
Ike eoaueci will be awardad to Ita btddaf
oaeprtpoielt eltboaik ll laeol tlalowait. ta
aoBaldaradBte ledreBtafaoeate tka Dapartiaait,
tkkla tale kttoeat the prlaea, oaalttr ef tba aaie-
rlaa, worktaaBahlp. kadikeaafttlaacr kBdablU
r of the biaai to UkkBfkatBraakd dallrar tba ae
ralepea and wrappvra le kcaorataie wllh Ue
lartaeef UleedferiliemaDtt ead aopropoeel wilt
b aofiildarad Dkleaa eawtuaaUJ. br k retfelaat
Bad aktUfaetorr isarfntaa Tha roaiujantr Qaa
trklaUoreaarfaa the riibt to rrioctaareatf kit
Ida. If lehlalBSeaaekltLelBiaraita of lba (Jar
ranaai riq.ir it
Bafark alualaa a
Bafpre eUratav a eoalrtet lie aeccaiiffil Vlddr
Rer eeraqalraj te prepare eaw
upraaaloka tbareoi. Te rai
J I1IIU 1
praaaloka tbar
taw, oe Mir
loBti, wilhkp
aainaf SAIO.U
rjerfarmakca t
. aad aaauU
or tbb thMBxr
blBBBlk. DlHlTlliTll OOBTlMt
Itf
eoeaa, wiikkpvioraH aaa aanaiaBiaerailM. ib
,iM, win oa murN ior is 1110
earaetaaub aaetl
i et, ie aeau-etf aa raanirae b
pit n a ar lba aal n t aniaia
priradtkaUthof AafeitlHlaeedparrnaBlaetdar
lloatmaal of Becoeeta
lur.iiiHiwiiiira ikaj.eevar4irl enar proper
taaitii aecoeni
'iialeiaaier (jtBarel taiarrtaleMmialf lie
SBetvlikeMeireil wheneaar thaaaeia. er
littaai
"If PSM tbaiaoft ta elarad twi aalA for tbaporpaae
of paaelelloei BBdaadar it) lremUaciulU
ar Barftbaiaof, ta oiarad fLt aalA for ttapori
of Ipaaalalloei BBdaadar it) lfemuaci unl
treaafarof the aoeirealha ellowador amuoaad
lo ear Prtr who aball be. Ib (ha oiilol m 0( tte
Poatnaitar O an aral. laaa ebla to ibUII tka
dltloiilhareof Ibaa Ibe erlitBaleoBtractgr The
illlat U l-a roaarvad to aaoul tba aaatraet for
s i rstlsre to Pr fr flthfullr bbt of In a Ipela
lhaaaikber ef oBretopaaof Ufa) rant Bli'a.ied
of wrapper) laaead to poaliekatara darlai ilia latel
rear aeilad Jeae B), 1SW, wet e foiWwi.rlr
Bo I Kotaalie-1. 111.000
Bo 1 Ordlaarr letter alia, (hot baraiofoi
Bo A PaUlattaraUl.(lBiaiBiutd,f rclranlara)
'Re!4 Pall latter B!ie-TT,K7,iV
i ..?!," l'trliaiuBBintd, for tlrea-
bo f. BBlrelallaralta-d.lDi.tOO
e T t4ctkiatioeOA.etu.
p I Biirkofflelalalia 1..00,
Wrkppare-3 H rw
BI4e ahonld be eaenralr enrelopudaiid aaelad.
"rrepoaeia ior etaupa Karalopea aad
ra," aad addreaaed lolbe Third Aanlitakl
to
ill. told
UPBAPPllfO PAPSU tilt BALI nTiffll
Special-HotlOCeV-
fOr-THB ADVICNT LECTURES BY
XlSar.B. MetthlM, ef Kbbsm,
Sabbtlklviir t the PrMhrUrUa Chereh
piriMiU Btreei. itwta I ee K. will be eeeUe
HlHl.f. II Ik. Pruli.Ufl.B nkak .
Tb tebluii Uf ltte Ie atleal.
' WMK( ! ! m 1
wnw in (btii i iihu.
il!
A?
ITODno CATHOLIC Pill KM DS'
13 SOCUTT -II beeoaifaoar ralefaldatr
tfllafanetha ananbaraof tba 1.0 . S of tha
daaib 1 ef fair worth reed iwloea Mlow
nfmbere. NICHOLAS PlilLAH. er BI reter's
Dlrlaloe, The fHaaral.-wklah the naabera ere
tn?f.Sllf..l&Tl!f4.1 eKaed.wUi Uhe pleae ee
THtrxtOAT MORriiao. ikteeir IB, at tJO
i-',tJf0,.l',.Ut mHe. aeraeir of Third
bbI Bait Capitol limit, Xf nittcot in txirf
, P. COAH
It
Oeera!arr
KSPlt.tt'aP .V.-OslAHD LIIUOB
rlr CJomneelaettae will ba bald
SVIftlMO. nib leal . el T.30
ilo k
, OraedSae'r-
3JT- MOTICKId COIfBIUlUBflllOK
.V5?; "!"oJdaUelremateeeaa, ik Aeaaal
Oratljte b-'Sw theHadUel io-Utr ef the Dutrttt
tha IKi. eir -ov. -
ea Jr'aVlUued U rwtplt'u .
labile trVWrifi,f to
i!alitt?l?."5l '"' Traeierer will
P'"s ! here Ihelr raporltraedr.
y vij rraaiaoeta
J B. JACostoe. E. B.
Jell
BT-AOKBtOWLaCDQMKtlT.
lhara la ee lew to praraal aoe er ear eaa elae frere
pntllecep the Maw Henihara.! reipeeUellfeak
berlaithatrhoea-a. M T aBKBB,
1 1. ae, SljB.MdpMareliraPmieUr,
, JH w We aa teetaleeeeraeee.
,a-STATRMMT ov Tnn tnn.
t3 ,nltBB'BlBaeaAauaCoaFAref WaahUc
01 n lSari'WB ' M4BUa Adlei Seeeu
TesaplUliloik mo.woeo
Teanrplaa faad..,. , 7,SM It
to aereld eftvWesis ".M.r..Vt.M;r.M.I &V
Br alk aotae wllh apprered Becnrily..tV3
Br ateaka eed feoeda. ..-..... lotLfiii K
Brdiridaa eeaoaet te ertdil ie Beak ef r
WaklifftoB , 117 an
Br b4Ueeeterellla &SK U WeahlBf.
i.flwi 1 a
TUUBeesapatateunaat7MlO,U(.. e.Trl
Tpree)laaiiBSdlaUrsat.H,.,.H la.4JS ie
Ba.euis
. .. IXPXKD1T0HM. '-"
BrpreAlBBdlete . t..,... ,f1
PrleeabrSre ...a. ...... .... T, tf
Br heUace t aradll U Beak of WaU.
Il.tai m..,i .. .! 74
... .. -, Js At)Ai.rreiUiat
A 911. 0. DAVIB,Beertrr.
BahaartbavA laat la.n ta bafnra naa lb)a aaaaatk
daraiieBBrr.n7, W, B udWAaTf),
4i aivtairr raiu.
B-pyOFPICICOlf TIIB3KWJICriB.T
e- Rurvii. lf iniuaiiuk am
PABt
He-kat alreett
Watlaa
e la karabr ilrea lh'7)"lf H tTuOHTI
elr aelherlaad Afaal er ear CoHpearla
la the eelr aelherlaad Afael er ear CoHpearla
laaad teoellMtteid aeah aeb.efala ae haemal
eppelBt te deeo.) Preatteaia oapellete utr
ealoU eaat htai far that miwm.
..Brasck Offlaet He. BIO P atrei
'fcU"22LlflOnW'
YleermldeaL
d lo-oedsot
opsricK ut
Tim MUTcar.
Tltti 111 m ntf vhi nta
1 a viSTRiv
tlBaTAk' tbla
rafcT OB
ifili Nei
pear wlU be bald et
17th dar ef Jkeeerr.
(11 aarae Mui.ni
Tha tapiui of ihla
ead aeah ie head aan
juuhbdi. 1 11 mnvllisi
bt wlU he bald at lh.tr OSUe ee MOW DAT. the
at fir vbi aun w , ibb
keeerr. 1S70, for thaperpoaa of alaotaj
" ! iaar vaavias iwm,T,
ihlBCoaapeer le vroBaleei latee
aviiara. laruu.iiaj I
Jaal-lAll "JTVBlUTBOT.Bse'y.
53P W a t r IXeaM stra r'e OBLtea,
- . CrrrMAit,
WeaeieeTor, D. a. yeeeerr 1,1871
WawrraaUf"f lStOer u dee eed peyeble
el Ik ie otei if eel paid tkla meaik. the law re-
Siln a weut U be abet B eed aet reatered ead I
araal, with paaaltr, aaUbepeld. . .
WaraeTaxtt A lutof preperlr be which ear
erar-dee tatallieat ef wtur tea (for Urlae
wkieraktB8l abell ranale aepeld 0 tholratol
--.-..-. --ij;-"-- .---. . ,-,--,
raereerr eaxi, win iaae
loaioreiTi
lea br la
aa8 d14t
Irtj WlU be pebllabad oa the Uth ef Jeaeerr.
iiiiit ia am moaiuiraniaoar an mm , ifati
BBiiliblBiarBktloBelPaee kfakaraed KatltraaU1
8TaU,,br M.r- Coat a m a, Watklaiite.P,
. kkat LuiiddB. SaaA S VlMarla atraat
T hoasaa OoelM. editor, fortaarlr preprlelor ef
lboa,Torkahlraaie'B Kewapepereed Airlteltarml
Prleo'Oea Dollar per aeaab. la edreaae,
Blva. If laaaTaa. dnnMak aaajllHtia alti.
Haad eflae, Waahlarloa, D. O . So. 1TB TaeB.
rlreBle eroaeo, et Hoaara Herrara Werae1s
toraotrplai aad elelilrplag feeedrrv
fiara Bit cisBiBBiUuoaa to ibb ainr or lee
BtareaUoeai BeklireeU' 0 aide ' reel Ooa bea
rr-rr-C O U O II E I M DtlUO BTOUK,
aL oppoallo MkBoala Tample. Dreta. Modi
cleea, ae., ., ehaeper tkea ear ethar pleoe.
1"
riHH OLD UYK W1IUKT,
Wtrmud Pita. fa Madlalaalaad Paa.
II r eae. SI per bottle. . ABTUUIL ATT A Ml,
reicUt, BacoBd Bad D etreete earth.
-TlltS IB TO ROTIPT
US the eltlaaaa
a uf WaahlaaTtaa that I kaa
raaer. wiib the moat
I eaiabrkUd oreueaBUl palat
1, fed
01 iuiiiiii biibb or iniMBi,
r e
Ji'.'SI.'ttitt'lkVt.T
ilr raapoealble pertrfertbe
kf.kt.1 wl!
I will .! bi.p)B.tkl.l. ur .k.riii ap
C.vr.ct4M.r K. attmV.rikitk.Cllr. u aauk.
Olf. iiviMbn fl.. b....tk aitHI. a.itf
..ra.i D .tr..tILU4 I.HLf.r l.k. 40..'
cllfal.ltor. lkkMl
K3T-1X AYOIl'B OPFICK. CIT Y IIALt,
MX. faaaiBetox.D C,.Jae t. UTO.
AU belahar ataeda ead alalia la ihe Oeatr- Mar
kai, or wlible lu Umlta. aal ba paid tor et their
BpprelaBdrkleaea or before JAB 'ART 31. 1870 (
ead all beta kere eed heakalara ewelae er oeeepr
k ihhiv'bmui AH laioi aaaiaai will varvQkiPOO
toprodeUallUoaeaeaetet Slat daj it Jta
All atel!
rLrBirv
alU aed Bti
r 1 pioxioi
aalfetidar.
teada tiel are ael paid farVr
the blghaal
a tati aer boeoi te
, vcriBtt
, Clerk Ceetre Market, jae7-M
mplojaaa doee aol ajfaat Ike Freak tie falaerepk
llaaa, whma rotlaolflee le fpeBderaadefakt te
kcootrimodate tke pabilo , Mala Offlea, BOO U
teak) h treat, oppoat'eTraeaerr .
laeS tt JO. OAHLAHD. Haaaiar.
rX MEKTIBICl OP TI1B STO
UO lBiii or Ike WkaklBaue
rfatawe Bkllrokd Centpeer lei tbealaoi
aelora will be bald et Ik once of lba ean
amloaef
DDklT.
(rlnar af Kaw Jaraa kvaaaa aad B alraa
wkujmdai. theiuaor jkeekrr.una.
The pom will bepaaj tt 11 e'aloak. ., aad
ata- a. 1 ,.-....., tfi iB0, ,
A W Kicaota. fraaldaaL
HaoreUrr. daa ei
frrrria 1 1,11 a vb uouiur cou ca vxlu
KX. utX, with brpe-phoaablie f Line, a
ft'ellmproTOBBanti nida with tea beet ell keowa.
t aettaa wakep with ptaeatvet leror aed eeap
dlsaatllUlr. bvldbr Hreapeotkbla dnfeiate.
3 Broad tr. Kf w f aie.
kala. KMMiiaf Ukaa. Aa
lakldCorperaUaaltlaaBaea eapltlac a aeld
i mil Ba riraratitl raaawad.
data tnaal ca prontl
DapoaUa for Llaeaaea te tkla Oorporetloe
i art
br lew nede with Ue OUr Uotleater!
WlU
Jyu V P. COOK,
Clip JUftaUr.
tgfOAWPBTI, CUUTAlMSj, ef.
TQI If BWESf a
THaMOsrHB
VTM-
urr-t
fr-nJ-A CAIIUA CUrirmava. While
ax reaiaiae ikBouia Amarlak aa Btiaetoierri
dleeorered a aara and alnple ratpadr I" tkeeete
ef Harroea Waakaaaa, Karlr Daear PlaakM ef
llf Urlqirr aad Samlaet Orgeaa, ead tka wkole
trata of 41aor4era brouibt a br baaa'el eed
Iieloea bablla. Uiatt aambara bite baea aared
r Ihl aobla rami Jr. Pronpledbr adaaUe to
ba Ball lha eallotaT aai aaf-riekiOe, 1 will aaad
tkaraelpafor iTtparleg aad ealagtkla medlalea,
le kiaalml eaalopo,to aar one whoaaadill.raBS
roaau Additta ,---,- iwm.w
Dtl.UlOllAU'g UOL.1JKEI UBUUa
PIE -Ilia thaaa ooJr aad ear Una.
bfkltha
til mmtt LOGO llaarkrd for muit
t7I IIIIIH li
V.
slip an
fvraa Mareariai ABeetioee, Hkaeuatlitn la an lta
)rra, anailraetraiBadUte reilal la ell aeeee.
PrleaoT aflker tftf 1 or 3 far bgtUa. er fi
DllMRtl!rAD,iaOLpi AHTIDOTI, aropld
ead radical aero for all
WtaaeAiMr battta
Oil '1
HI UllliaiJ lUULWifl ILUII1P
iHons,
ikllllr 14
roaa.rfal
k raJlekl enra ror afarraaa arflii.nl Dal
old or roeaf. Impartial eaerrrwltk woedarf
naiiM, or awe notiiaa ior ea
thaaa vatjaarllaa ariil lukhlnn
te ear pla. Prua.pt klUatlse peld te all eor
OTWttuwWjn'
ICIUKPS, Bui Proprietor,
' a j a .- na n u Btittifaraa ar. niBr.-i.i.
ll.tl, t
Aaunaar a'!) m lwaBABBkara. Bvv,iajwiBkriGa
ff.ajl.IB. 0.1-M.lr
23iTOIIi WALU DO HOT A
lE7 VHeeev Make. 1 . "
'Per Iroeberae eai ' ,
. Miedateeef! eadqalatlkka 1 1
.- .tTbatfatBbanBllafe.1 '
..MS'!., Me "- TltH (WBDlttlDiTl
SJBA'Rtf, TnW.liei., et TJO e'eldek. B.ii,
snfpBK WllldalWar i testere. Bebjaatl ''li
claaUBdMedarBUieeltr.'1 AdBtlaaloBfrae. It
. ;" t aeitftwlodta Ike Uedaaaa er tar
tfrl.nd, bereeal eira.r, ea , le eeetloiter the
araaMvalblefor the miatshaa that otbari rear
makeiaUereeeMborlef eftbetr heeaee. 1 Cold
Tlf reapoealbla for ell mlalekaa made if Ue
omploreeaernreatebllakiaaBt, a-4 tberefore re
serdtlBarrapoateroBalBBirfrlfad Street te ea.
aewo thai all reaposatbllllrla ofaaj poaeiUe 00 a
anaaaat ta nlall.. in iawav i.iak. J a.
eet3awU 1ft
tKT3T"CITY ItEaiBTJUl'V UFFIDK,
K& wlmiMtoi, U. OVllafl.ai.-aall.aU
barabr ctrae that oa BATdIdaY, Jakaarr 1.
IHO, wlllafplraklllloaeaea alrea br the Oorpe
ration of the cltr of Waahlaitoa to llickaleri.
Pkwebrokara, UHl'Poatati. Batabare of tke ear
aral narkala. Eaataarasf Ukaa. Aa
!.V.!.wr.H,aHfJ!'.,?(W .
, ItlUUAl 'I UUuUia BILUM no, 1,
la tba artkiaat Kaeorelor, llterHlTekAlllooi
Fori Bar keowat ram or i all ueronrr frop. tfet
'alata, Bn4 lea j aa Ilia blooeipBro aad lieaithr.
PryOoott.
DRESS UOODBJ,
TELTlTtCXlfS.
CLOAUIHUIt,
UlIAnLSAMDnLAKUETS,
asru cut. tm rxici.
TO SIDUCI ITOOK.
. 01KP1TI BItOW COIT
r.if SELnr RATJDAIN,
. cr.?".!r,'?j'j' ? ' .
kMkU aUU. tkM. .Mr. fr.a a.T.alk atr.!.
JABUE STOCK OF KLEUAHT
DRY GOODS
Ta be Hold at COST Irenara
Star a 1b Ihe
rma thli date
'IfAT.
are..Mt tthaed 10th ate.
ef
rklak we er aalllai at tba lewael aeah
itii,viviiiii yivui, ibiwii, biik vat'
relTateaea eed Wiatar DraaaGeedawe ere
Bilk Talrata,
aalllai. at creettr radeead prteaai teaar ef welch
are ea low
a
TAYLOR aft CO
Me. 4 i Ceetre Market Spate.
l'tarta flee of AiifS, M ikali wldt.st MbbI
eoeaeta.wortk Sit CnLOH.lt DHBKOi'i at Maaata,
worth BOteataiCOVO RED VBLVBTfiBDS.Ba eood
oaalll a a aav klaah at Bri Ml I aaill aall at M a
jar rard, - - . ..
A,(IUni HAAIa.Ha
, lisraaaarlraaleatfee,
Bll. Blaalaeetfc eed Twaatlalb ata.
MIAMI
ITUAJfDTWBBTUTl
aiHiTiiaru
uai.nuu.1
Oi.r oa. IB...BB2 niaDXI1CEIITI from .!
J0H5B0S & COLLET,
No. oa ULa-nnLKT Hijk.oia,
IhT.rM.ln4 kl.U.t I.I H AUCTION ClBrtTl.
(r.afJM.l.t.iL Alw,
mtis coon. nnociiA A!to
I-LA1D iUAKU,
la Qrwl TarlatlM. dm
Interior Adernminti.
SHOW'S THIS !.jsa
FAVOBiTE DOUoB STOKE.
aMraunlfaala anaa.. V.I. Rk aallnklla.
""Vo1
3m
Rmmi
S55.7J
A'
BT RBPOBITORY.
fS VrirMl.k.tvM. Tklrl...tfe. JTaar.
roiir.toK AND AMBH-
JOAIf 'jkBOttOJ, ENqRAVIHUS,
rHOTOOB API1B AM
Ann
JLSTISTS HATEBIAI.S
i.nuuuKkrHBi
TIEWSl
oaBBS' anoi5fa or soulptdbM
. r.r wkl.k w. ar. mi. at .ai. for Ik. DUtrlcli
tatartlM. raM. Vamal.. p.rl.r Blacks., ric.
l.r. bimi u.n.iutiH. .atu. bb. a
twOTaXaaa amapl.1. a..ort...l.r
atirrlklaa la .at Uaa. ..Uck
"""laiJWi
ui-ir
KIDVBLI. UENDEBSOa,
Daataaa tm
iLoOk AID TABU OIL OlOTDI.
It. tea SIETH IT1IR, IbaiaaDall.)
AU vtk la lk.lr IU. XMtlr ItMatW la Ik.
Clir.rCaaarr. at kk.rl aolM. aa. .a aoaaral.
t.lBl.1
riZOIlOE WILHEIt,
rATEBnAirazB and unioi.sTEiinn,
iKPortar kai Uaal.r la
rsiirti axd i'ViBicin riTianiHouoi
aal
DriOUTUT SOODI.
IU HlalB at. w.at, baa. O .ad It ata.
fakl W.iBtaaTos. D. G
Pawn Broken.
liobnhi: jT
avtiiuiiitt.
475
475
BURNSTINE'3
IJOAJV OFFICIS.
M.d79TtalrdanlhBref, third door
alia of afwatn. Areveei
IIOBXr LOABB ealiaae t emit eeatataara ea
Reel ItUU. Qoldaad BJlrar Watabaa. Ulataeeda.
JawUrf Stlrer Flaie. PUeeka f erellare, tedlaa
kkdOaetlaiaaa' Weertai Apparel of altdeaaiip
LDOOLD AMD BILTBK BOTJOHT. mjtlAt
PRATT'S
ASTRAL OIL
Can be burned in any
THAT BUBNS
KEROSENE OR
COAL OIL
M
OHLiisra-Ei
Burners is Required.
.ron baikbi
CHA8. TJLLEICH, Jr.,
N0.493J NINTH ST.,
Bctneeo I ana E WU.
AA-DtlLKS IS CnlHi, aLi)9, CHOCK.
T Will. nOUJHIIPIBO AITICLIi.
LAiiri. a , to i.u.ir
Aiwewmakbildt( vafataoar
VCI kV UOIlDEi
-Joaarjf J.
JSeS-SUr aOBPeeee.
n b
. BlTWXllV
I BTKEBTS.
k laUattlaf le retaere from ar praaat pteee ef
bealeaae aait Boetk, I wuraall mr atock. aoa
BlatlatefaaeBarela-eortmoBlorPitt OOODS, et
Tk.k..l01LIOI9, ' Hs
Sail WMirQPLfll.aS Mat.
.11 vuipLtlH.. .i.iln tna
OroMrlei-
GREATREDUCTION
ir
Luxuries for tho Holidays
XFK THE
AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,
813 and 315 Pa. Ave,
Opp.-nrillard' llot.l.
5k
53 ki
. l,llJr tfPW' W ata. tr lb
elaaedUaBBktalea,eslrSBa.0ta perlb,
Haa Katalar Lerer KelalBa, eitra See, 30
tVX
b?t.M..Ls f'hyer SeUtaa, laeat let
-pert, a eta, par lb
IW Koim le.dea Ufir Ritilai, In it a-
i VMl.MtJt" w. ? ie DO tti Nf del.
Ifi?iLWl Ceadr. M clt. per lb. .
MtfC ,t"'y C"1 Ml4 0t"a M
k?a' m. v tr ' a"t4 rrb Cealr M
iu4i'iVl"i5!!?rt,B-'1 ' raali Vrsll.
OOO lba einueea, Seeet.
1.WJ lba. papar balTAlHaada.
i'wwbi, Bon PVall Alieeedo7
lSJi? 0aoLWi4.mw,eiweS BnTte-kt.
liOOOlba. pataa Seta, aawerep.
fliUVOIbi. rilbcrtakadBraairtVeto.
Sibn.li.lilekory Wou, leal r-a-ired pet eteeair,
M9Mtla. extra BaeJioitliareCldor,
HaOOOloa. WLIuCUT.rllOB.T.iJHa.
lAxMJlba Baw'Leshora' Clime, M(a.
IfVUOfbt. eilra SaaYreaalla. aiitt.
""? lba. ait r lee Preaa.U eta.1
iDfl.Bewua.aa.eoeu
eta.
Slinvb..itw.ba.
lKK.i,b.lWead "Sioha" Oeralm Temt
fwudat teit Oorbata Cora.
WW dot. Atparaisi, Paea. Lime aad trie Beasa
OO loi.BLrewbarrr. PlB-eple,laiBe.
A3 dot. Lebar, BeJaoa ead felled Maeia.
SUGARS.
KetUtUeeUbreteiCelBeHrilTetv
Derar-aara & BJdar 'a eelebfMod Lae.Tawierad
kadtiraBeraUd.lftela
A'Ceae. eeit Stwfwk, 19 eta.
Baal Pamarare eBear. XM eta.
Porte Alee Iseu lSmia eta.
MOLASSES,
Ha'
f.v Orl.ia a.w mfKiliiM. It.
rresch Molaaaaa, lea)te Steerfe Sfttp. I. Sip.
TVa.VBB uviivb rrilB, rrvria,H fA,
boatoe 8'lTar Drlpa, St
1110 '' Iu-Jrr, " flfi
10.0O01U. VewTeSkBeifti ' WL ceed, 5 cla.
i Uiucii, ,
9pr
TEAS! TEAS I!
We ere aellli Toe t treatlr rteeel'rrlaee.
ee erakl eere la lekea la eeeerlac Ue Seal eel
SBoet dererad Teea, keep, a la trnr for ear
petxoaa
ECONOilY AND HEALTH.
HAVE 50 CeaU rEB rOPF
Ai THJ Rlil HIT WILL MOV.
J.p.8. a...l.n4.1ao. BMiaj.ft9.
U.I.B.. BMl0rM It. bMklt.1.3.
lap.rral.la.IIB Jiiayio
l.fll.k BnBkraal. (1. Im.LU.
411 Tjaa warraaul I. , air. Ml IJB.Um, w.
.air a.k a trial f .at f m1
COFEEE
Prka-KjaiUd.eOtU.
Oreee.BOou
BoaaUd CeSae. &. 33, 4 ate.
Ore-B ' 9, Jin. sa Ma.
CALIFORNIA
WINES AND LIQUORS,
FOR MEDIO AL USE.
rORT WINE,6yeere old,Teryflae.
HUSOATFlA,(coUen,) rerr On.
MUSOATKL, (oatlra, rerr la.
ANOEUUaC
SHERRY.
nitANDY.einalto OUnaaaaaif Draaar,
WUHAT WUISKYtt.oalrlaUcItr.
pore, aad bare a Hah eed eseelloel layer.
a.anifB aaaxm Wf BHFni Bur mmi J .
aa vvnatvi-rkv .aaaruiauaajBB aa B)rria rt 1 HI 111
Llgeoraofararr rerlerr.
Ceil ead axenlae. All toodivarrailed Uff
aatl.ratklaa
AMERICAN TEA CO.,
OPPOSITE WHLABD8 HOTEL.
Pokin and Ypddo Tea Stflro,
Ninth a tree I, between D nmd E.
ITBWTEAK'4 BA8I8,
niDUCTIOV IS FKICilOPBOABTBDOOirBX,
, ire Xoaet Coffee Brerp Dep.
Crlaaaa fllaB Javapaa HafaptaalA.il ftA aa
lnr Match Do .."
BtnallHl iTIa.t Java r aM tl
Qey ten Jarfc. w.w..WWM...n.., ...,..
Slarlealbw .-. 8 '
9 S....K)
TEAS Or ALIi OBADKS.
Cfeeleo Japan (ttaeUrdl) tJBS
uaua.ee eaaeae ear eteek aad aattarr rear-
eelrea.
11. A. ULUOTT & CO..
Jaatf .a, Mlalla h.1. n aad a.
Choice Imported Lnxurios,
CONB15TIHQ OT
Xoqeafort Cheeae. Treeck Peee, MeahxeenB,
Aipereffea;8trtar Baaaa, Bttfad OUrea, Oaav
Palte1, Pkiaea fot Orae. BMak Treffae,
tlaeleae Bardie, Aeeherlea, retted
Meeta, Ckprae,Qeeee 0.tree,Beae.
CetiiTM, Preaerrad Prelu. fl
lie, aed Ike Ylaeet
fngtitl. Breakfast aod Jipuese Teai,
ALIO,
Tfe CIsraid Qoaksr lotp Balls.
With a Larte Aaaertnieat ef
CIIQICB VAK1LT GBOCEK1EB
itaahareerihapabUeP
tire aatlafaetlok.
IT. IS. HOTTinKBl.
Rlae Pleee, eear ArlTaitoa BoUl.
delT-tf MorlhwaalOor. laedPlTtoeBlhatreota.
WJ. REDSTRAKE,
UUUCEBT AMD TABIETT HXOBE,
So.SBIBT.w Tovkt aT.aa,. Cara.r af
myis-ir wiAira llra.1
QoaiTl.BaoWrn;.. Alkaasa Jlip.LkMa.
nnOWItlN MIDDLETOfT,
VBOLIIitlAIB ERAILOnOOlM
AB BkALBA. IB
uu, wmr.8, wnitKT,
nitKT. '
ClOlEk. TOBACCO. AC.t
At lba 014 aual al '
aio. a Tnoi. ruin a co..
'tat.,gi;iti;u,.vK"M'w";TOi!t'
Palnti, Olli, ftp.
BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS.
Aiualloa la ull.t la ar ! al
PAINTS. 0'L8, GLtSS, Sit.. V
WbUkleneffarlaiapeclkt tsdeeemaeta rorcaak.
AUo, dealer U
Cea 011r A.Bn.pa, China erf, YTWVa, Aleokol.
aiae,TarpaBtl&ai Kraabea,
AoalBr a, T
Ho 310 Otltaet.aad SS toBlaUBkBreaea, aei,
Sixth led nav talk ata, tadi (eatoa ttoeae.
8kati.
.IlATK" rOR THE HILUO.1 1
I bare flttreaelTe4e.r wlaUr itoekof IKATU,
whtek aiabrae all the aeweit tad
boat appro red palUraa.
New TumcoLun.
VVI.VAN NTAB,' 1
lAY PATTKetBr,
IILOBJItlN.
HAUATOUA,
eta., e., ate,
SKA1
em b real i
raffi.yciA.-Ao.
I'enH.Aee). m Teulh Bt,
It, B, Au Ekalaa warraeud aa repreeoBled
CODailLlH
htkaooke Tea
U Una,
a" .(..?!i.0.f.V
1-ajIOTl BIIiaaB).nT
M)wpa.-vncTiiia- bbm riijeevBj
JleeTltJ;retke. dorllar.
allow hlaal. Sttrlor. QafO.
apleee. W aeatra tf rHe,
Bpeelel etUaUe H aWee to fkU Depertmeat.
kadtharoeetiar M ear ewe tiofelreaaoepet
lar kdraaUjraa.ee we aae. "llrda'a Are.we
arlei" CetTae Bra wear, eed a wa'ar tued la
roeatlaf , tkerebr eerier the eoeaeeMr II par eeat.
J ere, Uaelee Uereremeat.reBkatedM eta.
Amoumenn. Etc
t.ixoolm mil;
fopnt
7JtI0BHD.
area?"
Bavklas, tfklaw Ink.
fkl.., ata. wink.
1 tr Lf?!Br'1 flallar Ck.al.lrr kf FrftNlarr
.k., af Uairari VBlr.nTlr,
rVhir tUrfl B QMl.ar ir Pr.r..Mr DaaUl.
U.l.r.; I. naia.at. al t a'.l.ok . Ilaala
SJi'lV. " ,"' aaallllai lair aal laatla.
aaa. r.MBla.
NATIQUlLTBIaTBI.
raUlaf ak.pur.rn.rUI.raaalilaaai.ti,
THE tAST rOUB KIQ11T3
10( Ika Onat Trail. A.ln...
MISS BATEMAN,
Who will appaar ror Ika Iral Una la Ikl. ally
TO 1NTICH3C07.
AB ITIBT ITIHIBO BDWuqai.wiir,
la IkabaaaUfalDoaaatla Draa'alof
MARY WARNER,
Wriltaa br Taet Tar lor aad prejoasced the
OBAKD DSAMATIO Tit I'MPH OF IfHE AOI,
hfirrWaraar . .-JnaeBatankB.
UtorcaWaraar Mr aeorreitrSea.
lapportal br a aplaadid east.
TBlOAT-BMIFiTOTklllS BATSUAIt.
Beilbaai how epea for kit ef MUa Batomaa'i
alihia.
ORAKD XIMIRBTTI UiTIflXr. UTURDAT,
At t 'aleek,
MOaIDAT MXT-neTaaTaea W. H. LIROABD
, aaiXSUUiil BtDttLBhaiTBTHOUPS.
JtHat
' It A OK OntENWOOU.
riTH ttcruat ur tni a. a, b, coukii.
will dallrar tba ank I
Ceeree ia LI a role 11.11, ea
KOBDAT BVBV1B0 JdUATJt.I
BaVj.ti."IBDOOES."
Ttjira Mi ktTa'atncV. t.aatxa ta...
III. ' ' ' -- .a
iitaaia ror Horairra eeata. 73 eeaie.
ASalaaloetltkeu, (atthedeor.lUeeele.
KeMrredaaato caebe preeer-d at Sloaari. Phllp
kVjtenou' HeokaWr.
TEID ; DOCOLAM, Ibeeloqaaal aoloied ersUr,
fill dUTor the Sltth Lecier ef tbla Coert la
HOBDAY 1VIHIS0. jAKBARTti.
jSiV '3 CwrOini HATIOKALtTT."
M
ABINI'9 AltmrAlA HA I. MA8QUK.
AtUARIBI'BAMBMBLTKOUUS, Bklreel.te
iBkaexiBt. eeTeeadarrobrmerrl.
kf. 1 O. Ultfa I kaa Ika LUa.U ...
loiBoe le hie teaar patroae ead frlaeda Ihkl
AT TBB
SEW atAhUNlu TKM W.1C,
MAsoiiTfiiALrrjitD.
IfaJ.a Ika ia...!.-. .Ilk.
UABO.MIU IIAtl. ASSOCIATION .
arricB to trhpkramce or.
UAKIXATIONH la TH Dill.
tbil't or cuLinnii, nAnr.
LAKDAIIO 01.A1TABB
Tkraa LaalarM aka Trial AktflaraM t
"TUB OUR3E Or WINE."
"THE CI ROW WO FALlaOT."
"WINE AMD WHISKY 1 THEM BOOUl.
AMD rOUTIOAL rOWEB.-'
Oil. w. 1 tOTITTr e.nhralfc wUI ra.
M.laiarlBf Ika wlal.r aaBlk. la wa.klaftoa.
wk.raaropa.ut.k.1. ..Ilr.r .llk.f f kl. Un.
If "STi. fcbtT. Irfm ".rrlaaa. D.lawar. .ar
tkaplrirM, wlUrM.lr.pr.r..iiBilqa Z
ASIUX'I AHUIOAIBCIIIIT.
ricTDiu inoiL-riiXTiD Viok satum.
MocntB as ixiitol board
aa.
HIOII UDltltTI
K.all.al la Ika aaa.alrla, aal (raa
.aal, ka..k..B .BBTaTai f.r U. Im
' ?i ,"" Jcr.r..J. . tiafr
far .xaalaaU.i
aai-ii
btjiao
KciiAnD a uouon.
HETBOPOIITA), UALL
AP.
Varl.l. Th.atra
BbIvmb llarwll. aaa f w.lftk atrMla.
A
.rH.ar.rr aiikl mik a BraMia.. tarlrtr aal.r.
OVERCOATS,
ia to aio
MILTOB'k
cniRcaaLii.
WBITBIT Alp
CAITOK BIATItl
YOUTIIS OVERCOATS,
siokaos
co
ro
ro
CD
o
o
3
BOYS' OYERCOATS,
as to ais.
P"
IT
CD
3
C
CD
BUSINESS SUITS,
SIS to 630,
Alt lba Lt.it atjl.a la Ml.
ring and mlstakta.
CO
Boya' Suits,
ATta. S"";""VV -"katjiiwui .kee.pieae ea
49A taaader. Pabrearr 1.1w. fieheenpUee
WrtWbeoka ere bow epai alike Aeadeatr. wkara
eeplae ef rjielttioee el-laf all the lafarmknoe
ee be bed. Bebaerlptloe ttehet. .kdajltUaa; e
ffkUejeaaaad ea Udr, Ml eetreJkr'e tlaket
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