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MOSDATHURIttHO jascartii. ism. Offlc Par IQtti !). !.. At. W, J. KURTAQH u-EdUor L Proprietor $f VToaaaaolBBdortakete raters ra)ttd torn maafaatloaa. Coitrlbalera wllltharaforepraaam 911 4V ill aomuaB.talleai, wlottar bait am t for pabtlt alloa, aha-sld bo addraaaai la Wa J firitAsi, rrerrtator Ratioba RirrftUAS, WiUlntti, p. p. IIKCEPTIORII. suts. orart's ntcirriot. Mrs. Grant's receptions will be held erery Tuesday dartn; ibo season, bttwron the Injurs 6f8 And r m, trUUB BLAIR' fcECETTlORS. The reception! of the Speaker of the House of RepreMDUUret urtil be at hU residence, 408 FlfteenttL street, from 8 Id U o'clock on each Friday STonlng of t&e season. mi. ElilH l' BtCETTIOHS. Mrs. BUWs receptions will be hoMererr Wednesday of the season, between tbe boars or3 lad 5 p.m. DirxouiTic oonrs . At tbe Russian Legation Midline ds Cats- caiy will rexelre ouTtmrsdars, from 3 until op.m. At the Argentine Legation Madame de Garcia will recelre on alternate Monday CTenlngs, commenclag on Monday, Jannary 8, and will be at home on Saturdays, from U until 8 p. m. Wi iu requested to stale that In conte qnence of necessary repairs, there will be no evening receptions at the British Legation until speelal InTltaUons are Issued. THE 71KST WEAK POLL AT TUX CAPITOL. Rearls must hare had varying emotions yesterday. lie saw the first effort In favor of a nonsensical scheme for which he had la bored and hoped and prayed as he read the Bt. Louis papers yestorday morning eon talnlng the telegraph accounts of the speeches of Messrs. Moore and Logan, of Illinois, In favor of the removal of the capl tal, and how his heart must have swelled with hope and pride. Bat then as he read on and saw the short and sensible speech of Air. Waehburue, which demolished the ar guments of Messrs. Moore and Logan, that occupied hours, how blank he must have looked. The ban was opened by Mr. Jesse II. Moore, who represents tbe Seventh Illinois district. It may be Interesting to our citi zens to know that Mr. Moore Is a gentleman of varied attainments and fond of plunging JflfA new, scenes, schemes, and projects. The Capltol-movlng scheme afforded him a good opportunity to enter a new field or duty. and he availed himself of It. According to Major Foo-Vs excellent Congressional direc tory, Mr Moore commenced life as a teach er, and was at the head of sevoral Institu tions of learning) then he studied law and was admitted to the bar. Ite then turned his attention to theology, and became an ordained minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church, but at the beginning of the war he laid aside the clerical robes and took up the sword, lie fought valiantly and well, tho record says. Returning from the war he re sumed the preacher's robes, was appointed presiding elder of the Decatnr conference, but left the ministry again to enter the field of politics and was elected to Congress. A gentleman of such varied talents and tastes was of course expected to Jump with alacri ty at a new scheme, even thongh one so ri llcolous as tho proposod removal of the Capitol. Mr. Mooio started oat with the propost lion that there were two questions that ought to be determined as soon as possible. One was whether the people wanted the Capitol to remain where It now Is forever, and the other whether tho people demanded Its removal. If the latter, he thought all Ji iLs people was tending In favor"of re raovaL lie proceeded to quote the histori cal racis connected with the location of the Capitol In Washington. Then he went into the constitutional question, and argued that there was nothing In that Instrument against removal. HU legal learning gave him a right to discuss the Constitution. ab to the question of feasibility, he had no doubt the land could be purchased cheaper In the Wetti the Capitol could ba takm down, etone bjr itone, and remored to the West, and again erected, and o with all ine other public bulldlngi. Some or the restonl adranced why the capital ehould be rcmoTed wtrei the barrenness of the coun try surrounding It, the dlffleal of reaching It, and the high price, of everything bore, occasioned, at bo thought, by the separa tion of tbe city from morn ferula lans. And then he epoie of the advantage! of lo. uuS tin capuai oniue rcrtue ion oftheweet a una nowlog wllh milk and honey. In hla estimation, the seat of goTcrnmcnt must be Hied on the bank of the Mississippi. The only question waa at to tbe exact location. and he thought the friends of lbs moTement could agree on UtaU In conclusion, bebe- cam. inspired wnn me spirit of prophecy, the result of bis ministerial training. ilm,M. lest, and predicted that at sure as God ines, at in. march or empire was taking Its westward way, to tbe scat of empire mutt rnort westward with It. Mr. Logan, who Is also Infcsted with the Capilol-motlng mania, Is so well known that It la not necessary to go Into a history or his life and public aerrlces. Its com. menced bis long speech by hating read an account ot the last International Eihlbitlon meeting held at Lincoln Hall, and also the resolutions adopted appointing a committee to wait upon Congress with rersrenco to a charter. He then said be had not expected to Indulge Inany argument on the tnbjsct of the remoral or the Capitol, but when be saw the array of names associated with that pubUo meeting and Ibe lndlcment preferred against Congress, charging It with the com mission of offenses against the people ot Washington and of the District of Colum bla, greater than those or Eocland ,-!. i tbe colonic! borore tbe tea was losso;into iraaton uartwr, ne naa tot nluueir down to aee whether he could not collate the reasons why the people of tbe District should not uo reiiorea ohm great etUt impoiod upon them by Congress, lie gate notice that be would shortly Introduce a Ml! directing a committee to Inquire Into the practica bility, constitutionality and expediency ot remoTlng the Capitol from Its prcseit loca tion. llofora going on with tho direct argument, ba followed the example of hit collearna. and rttltwtd the hlilory and legislation or too country, wiuen anally resulted In loca ting the Capitol al Washington. Ite then addressed uliaseir to the question of featlblllty and echoed tbe words or bis culleague that he had no doubt on tnal scors. It he vu correctly Informed, tbe sandstone of which the central building of the Capitol waa bunt wai brought Iron Alula Creek, and the granite and marble from polntt North. H they coold be brougbt here In the rough Ittto they could be taken West In tbe hewn form Bui II this was an objection, he would learo tbe buUdlngs here for a cap ital for the State of Maryland, and this would compensate tbe People of Washington for beistg relieved of the presence or Con gress. It would compensate also tbe bc-ard-lag-houe ktepera for the loot of Congres sional society. In hit eetimatlou, there was nothing on the score of econemyto prevent tbe removal! Manjala foUowIag bis colleague be, too, look op (Vf ro? of rropberj, and rrcdlctcd I and again following bit colleague be, loo, I that la Iwenly-flre years It would be found that the removal would not cost more than the repairs to buUdlngs In this city would cost. lie thought It came witn a oaa grace from the people of Waswngwn lonuemio raise a cry of economy, and what It would cost, after this people had grown fat and rich out of the drippings of the Treasury of the United Butee,and afttJthlr alemosyoary and other Institutions hid been fostered by appropriations mads by Congress. Dot Mr Logan forgot to tell the House and the country that for all Its millions of property here the Government docs not pay one cent of taxation. If It did the city would be able to take care of Itself, and would not ask any favors of Congress. Mr. Logan had a groat deal more to say upon the subject, bnt unfortunately the gavel fppl too soon for him. His speech will, of course, appear in nfmio In the Olobt. It was evident throughout that the speeches created very Utile Impression upon the Ilouse. They will be good reading doubtless la Illinois, whither they will be sent by their authors, bnt they did not make a convert la favor of the removal- Be sides, thsy got a blow that completely anni hilated all the reasonligof these gentlemen. The blow was given by Hon. CO. Wash burn, of Illinois, who made the following short bnt sensible speech. With sueh men' Mr. Washburn fighting this assord scheme, Its farther agitation win only have the effect of making the agitators appear still more ridiculous lu the eyes of the conn try. Mr. Washburn saldi Illinois havlnr twice spoken to-dar on the subject, X only wish to say that I utterly aiaseni rrom au propositions tor iae removal of the national capital, come from what quarter they may. I am In favor of It re maining wnara it wbb nuduidndj ins Father of his Country, and where to protect and maintain It the best blood of the coun try has been shed on a thousand battle-fields. Should It ever be determined te abandon this capital, from that day will disunion and disintegration begin. To leave here besause of Ibe corruption which exists will be but to realise the fable of tbe fox and the flies. The situation of Washington Is pleasantthe climate mild and healthful, and Its public bulldlnp the purest In the world) and, by means that were unknown when the Got eminent was established, through telegraphs and railroads, our constltaents are brought almost to the door of the Capltolnd any one who desires tt can come here even from the far-or shores of the Facile with more ease and almost as soon as the fathsrs of the Republic could come1 here from .New Tort city when the capital was established. Ths removal of the capital means the tak Inr from the people by taxation $100, 000,000 to establish a new capital and erect public buildings equal to those we now pos sess. It means mare wan tnatt It means 500,000,000 ofprtvateproprrty In this city destroyed. Believing that my constituents are satisfied that the capital should remain where 11 Is, and as their Judgment accords with my own, I shall oppese au schemes for lis nuiutoauce or removal.- The Franking Privilege sm4 GUaits Psta. Mr. Dawes, In his recent speech, after ani madverting upon the Secretary of the Navy's mode of retrenchment in the article of coal, says. " This was only equalled by the statement of another Cabinet officer, who proposed to save 15,000,000 by the abolition of the frank lag privilege, when upon a fair calculation It was ascertained that If all the postage on franked matter was paid U would only amount to 12,000,000." Whether Mr. Dawes ts correct or not, la his estimate oj the postage value of franked matter, there Is much reason to doubt the policy of abolishing, totally, the franking privilege, as a measure of economy. The ; circulation of free matter through the malls, no one can deny, has been one means of In ducing or Inciting correspondence among out population, and which hss, Indirectly, led to au Increase of the rsvenues derived from the Post Offics Department. The re ception of a franked speech or public docu ment by a young farmer or mechanic, In localities distant from the national capital, has been an Incentive to seek for farther In formation, and to Inquiries by letter in cases where postage had le U paU. Thousands of -invreioe appetite for Information lncrtnei. Man will recollect the odbmIUoii. quarter or a center? ago, to tin reduction orroilafo. It was prodlcted that brlnjlnj down tbe rates from tarenty.flve cents to ten would render the general poet office tttab Uihmeut a burthen to the OoTernmenti but it waa aiKrwera round that tt ijilem worked eo well, ercn under a Postmaster General lalmlcaUto the ehtno t, ru Johnson.) that slsrl. Mur mi... -i,. I raatelj wae raduced to lb. praeant rate, without anjof the eertoae retails to the revenues orthe department thai were anticl paled. Now It may tafoly be concluded that Mr. Dawes nguree, vlt: two mUllont If the franking privilege were abolished would not be one million calf or the matter now tent free would not then be transmitted tbrouffh the mallt, probably not one third. Bo the saving would be only between tlx and seven hundred thousand dollars. Butlfweeonsldtr tbe effect tbe abolishment naturally will have on tbe ruytftg correspondence throughout the country, there will be a decrease ma terially lessening that turn. Would It not be well enough for legislators to consider these effects from the stand point or statesmanship. DutM o a toi 1 1 D. rniiTici The death It announced of George D. Frenttee, for many yeart the editor of the Louisville mirnel, with which his name Is almost Identified. Mr. rrentlce wet a native of Con necticut, and waa born at rresteu la ISM. He wai a graduate ot 1833 at Brawn Unl. verslty, and mldsd for a lime In ITartlorJ, where he was associated with Whltller In the conduct or a literary weekly. In 1831 ha removed to Looltvllle, where he hat evsr I since resided. At a Journalist he was bril liant, easy, rapid, but unsparing la contro versy and reckless of the deoenclet of the press. Personally lntrepld,J.epasiedthrouzh -many of the hand to hand lights with pistol ana anue inai are or so rreiment occurrence In the West, without damage to bla reputa tion with bis compeers. As a poet be was distinguished by great sparkle and tender ness, and some of his verses have been em bodied In tbe selections of tbe best English poetry or tbe age. Of tests, psrhnps, "Tbt Closing Tear" It hit best performance. With some wcakaeitel Mr. Preuttco com bined many excellenclet of character, nit falling health hat long prepared the public rninu ror me intelligence or Ms death, which will be received everywhere with regret. riveinl. The -Ynt XMox, the organ of the lied Illver Insurgents, In Us Initial nnrnber thus deflnce the position of the rebels! "Something is to our policy will be ex. pected from ns In Iblt number, and we pro- ccca urieoy to oenne onr position. In com won witn a majority or me settlement, we regard the Iludaon Bay Company govern ment at obsolete and never lo be resniel. tiled. The Dominion government, by Its criminal blunder! and gross Injustice to this people, nis lorever tueoiled mem, and by lis forfeiture or all right to our respect will prevent us in future rrom either receiving or permitting Its protection. The Imperial Government we consider to be too far dls Uot Intelligently to administer our affairs. Tbe question arises, then, what form or government la best adapted for the develop ment of this country1 and we reply, unhesi tatingly, that tbe United Btaiei Republic offers to-dsy that system or government which would besl promote order and pro gress In onr midst, and open up rapidly tblt country or magnificent retonrcest but, In our present dependenl condition, we cannot obtain what we need In that direction, and hence we will hold It to be onr dutv to Am. cate Independence for the people of lied River at the preeenl cure for the Labile nu. Oar annexation to the United Elates will faJiotrtnUme , ana brlnff wltb it the adrau-1 tsges which tdls Untjl to much quires." DISTRICT IMPlipYEMENT. VIEWS OF THE PRESIDENT. INTERVIEW WITH PROMIHEHT CITIZENS. PBIJlDSlTt OSABT Altp TUX DISTIIR Of COLUMBIA. On Saturday at 19 o'clock to., la pursu ance of a previous appointment, the follow ing cltltene called at the Executive Mansion and had an interview with President Oranti W. W.Corcoran, William B.Todd,W. O. Metterott, A. R. Shepherd, 8. V. Brown, Ilallet Kllbourn, William, 8. Tlintlngton, James 0. Berret, 1. W. Torney, William H. rhlllp. J. W. Thompson, and James A. Siagroder, who were received by the Fretl- dent la his private once. W. W. Corcoran, esq. after having pr. aenttd the tevsrai members of the delega tion to the rresldent, ealdi Mr. Pretldsnl, we have called to pay our retpocti to yea at the Cbtef Magistrate of the nation and guardian or the District. We understand that you contemplate lending lo Congreu a special mettage In relation to mailers per taining lo tha District of Columbia, and we with to Invite your attention to several mat ten of deep Interact to the people of this District. He alluded to the fact that the continued agitation for the removal of the capital wat affecting tbelrlntereeU injuri ously, and paralysing the development of tbe District! that to Urge a proportion ol the laboring classes were la need ot employ ment, inggested tbt propriety of tueb action on the part ot Congress as woald Insert Ut socesiiry aid la relieving those tewing wants sy the improvtmtol 01 us pueyo avennee and property to corresponding degree with that accomplished by the. city government, and concluded hit xemart by calling upon Colonel John W. Torney to In dicate more fully the object or their villi. Col. Torney, addressing he Tresldsnt, took occasion to thank him in behalf of the peo ple of the country, and more immediately the citizens ot the District or Columbia for bis liberal contribution lo the In' tcrnallonal Exposition an example which had been generously followed by many ethers. He then said, that all his pre. deceiion, beginning with the Illustrious Wathlngton, had given special attention to the District of Columbia, and that the peo ple had graterully received the Intimation thai rresldent Oraut hod intended to address 4 communication lo the two houses or Con gress directing their attention Iq the urgent, necessity of repairing, Improving, and pay tag the avenues ot tbe city all of which bad been damaged and almost destroyed daring ute war of extending thn tmbuo grounds. of Increasing or enlarging tb national or executive edifices t ot cleaning out our river and harbor of obliterating or utilising that great nuisance, the canal and of making onr great metropolli worthy of a popnlitlon, Including Georgetown and tbe county, of nearly one hundred and teventy thousand people. lie stated that many senators and membere of Congress had become large owners or real estate since the war, and that enterprising men from other eectlonswsre dally moving into ana buying property in the city i that a capital in which tha public buildings and grounds were estimated to be nearly equal In value to all the property and buildings belonging to private Individuals, and which had been, through his valor and the valor or his comrades in arms, saved to Ibe public at an Incalculable loss of bleod end treasure, should be preserved and made worthy or IU traditions and IU future I that with more railroad communication II wat dsstlned to be one of the loveliest and most attractive spots on the continent that it wae occupied by a population of great intel ligence and enterprise, and that the People look to him with abiding confidence at their guardian and their friend. The President sold he wished to tee the now a great nation, and he thought onr capital thonld be Improved in .manner worthy or onr national potltlon. We have now tome of the grandest public bnlldlnge In the world, and the buslnett or the Gov ernment required eeveral new Department structure!. The country wae now paylog mere rent for the use of private property la Wathlngton for Government parpotet thaa would pay tbe interest on the amount re quired lo construct permanent and substan tial buildings. Many of the structures now rented and occupied by tbe Government were unsuitable for the pnrpoeee used, and afford no protection agatnsl destruction by are or the Invaluable archives of the Gov ernment which lhy contain. lie IhengU the capital should be made attractive, and merit the J ust pride of the American people, while at the same time it womld command tho respect of the people of the old world visiting U. Us did not think a proper that an appropriation for all of these Imfrovt menls should be made at one lime, but that substantia! Improvements should be mode from year to year. Colonel William II. rhlllp assured the rresldent that all the people of Washington and the District desired was a fair chance to organist their energies aid their capital in the development of their own material ln tereett) that thty looked to the Executive al their immediate representative; and that, while relying upon themselves la a lam degree, they fell that a etrong, hope fit word rrom him to the Congreei of the United Btaiee would be worth everything to themi that be bod never known the people to be so allvo to the necessity or the development of their own resources, and more eonfldeat or being able to make Washington worthy of Us high position as the great political and eoclal centre of the republic. Mr. Kllbourn called the special attention of the President to the fact that the entr- glee and enterprltee or the people or the Dlt trlct were shackled by the old laws or Mary land, which were Inherited with the cession or the District from that State) and thtt while Maryland hod progressed uader liberal legislation suitable to the timet we were weighed down with the lueubui of htr iittutet a century old, not at all applicable to present times that Congress was to much occupied repreeenUng their respective constituents wit we were unable to com mand their time long enough to proenre legltlatlon suitable to our wantsi that If congress would only give ne liberal legltla tlon such ae the cltltene of the eeveral States gel rrom Ihelr Legislatures we would, with our own energies and enter prise, independent or any appropriation! rrom the Government, moke Washington, the natlon'e capital, worthy orthe permanent ecat or Government. At the conclusion or the Interview tbe Frcsident stated that be appreciated lbs dis advantages under which the cltlsens of the District labored, and that he would help them out to the foil extent or his power. The Interview was m very pleasant one, lasted about half an hour, and the dignified and Intelligent expression or the views en tertained by rresldent Grant was received with much satisfaction by the committee. Fnou J. C. runt, Seventh street, oppo site the reel Office, we have "Godev'e Lady's Book" and "Peterson's Magaslne" for February. "LiTlxu-'t Livina Aoe" for January 23 keepe up Its well-earned reputation. II would be difficult to make more entertaining I or appropriate selections. Fuov BujcmR!) t Mouox we have ,liAriJeriM fvr rtbmar-oae or IbsWsl numbers ttr Iifttedi - I - Tk. Datr e ttaw Lwaaker. We notice by the buffalo' papers thai there has been an: important meeting held at 1 onawanda, N T., by the taw-mill Interests or .'Ast section, for the purpose or memorlal ttinx Congreei to remove the duty from round tnlhewa timber of all descriptions. This teems to be amors la the right direction. It is well enough, to tax all foreign raw material at long at we have an abund ant supply at homei bnt when we are toapelled to seek out supptles 'abroad, it Is all wrong. Daring the operation of the reciprocity treaty, large manufacturing Interest sprang up la Western New York wing to the free Importation of timber. Since the close orthe treaty the relmpotltlon r the SO per cent, duty hat injured very materially tblt branch of Industry. The true tyttem of protection It to en courage the Importation of all raw material both of mine and forett, when tueh material cannot be furnished Insufficient quantities here. By so doing we get all the benefit of menureeturlag, and build up tho Industrial Interests of tbe country. II would be worse thaa felly to prevent Ihli raw material from coming here, because we need aa unlimited aptly of coarse building material, and by encouraging, ne tbe existing treaty doei, lit manufacture abroad, we compel our con- inmere to pay a duty of M per cent, upon the coal of foreign labori too, rannermore, this mwmaurlal whtn manufactured In foreign mllli it mainly eat into boards and plank, and goee into Immediate composition with Michigan abort lumber of the tame description, when, If It wot impaled In the log, II would be tawed Into bill timber ealt ablt for pulling up the frame work of build- lags, and the better qualities of Michigan lumber would be used for finishing them off AJTurCoilULiTi. Tsiinj latoeonsld rsllsf ft ImporUot political AdTsnccmen. ai c'ommsreUl. progresslTentss of Uanffsry al ths feet tbst AnstrU Us acquiesced la tbt popoltr deasnd of not onlj pre-fldlng tot implel'reBlor.Ulon, bat of Mslit ts( kqtlo (lit accomplishment of htr un dsrUUofi prtfonndlj recollecUDe that re publican HoBgarx tympatblsod wllh repub lican America la the lato strngglo betweeq the GoT.mment and Its enemies between tbt tnt fitates of tbt Union and tbt sIats oligarchy of the floulhi narking, also, her great Internal lmprorements. ber lodastr, htr rich tracts of agrlcnltnral aod mineral lands and ber sjslem of commercial and po litical Intercourse with all of the European nstlosi beta short time most slapeebt fort our own Gorernment, wbleb ought really to bare been the first to recognUt her iDdspsndenco. especially as sbt was re leased from ber thraldom by ths Austrian empire without conditions, will establish consulate at her capital, as hate all other treat political Towers and commercial countries. All those who bate taken an In terest In this affair, at home and abroad. aod who baTs watched witn what mpil- indt tht Hungarian capital has bounded Into anothsr sphere, art satisfied that lbs present obscure eonsulatt al uocnarasi should be transferred to the prosperous city ofTtsta. Bhould Secretary of Bute Tlsh sot deem this change feasible or adrlsable, we bops tht Benatt Committee on Foreign Belatloas will take the matter In baud, and create a consulate at the Hungarian capital. Hew Advertisements. ATOTICK OF KEKOTAK A3- list lav ronovodlBrplseoof baalaaaats Ho 307 ;sans ar-ai iLvavia AVau,aoBiai, mi wat a Vlt A Ad-a-hAlfaal Sixth atraol. wbra will ba t!&vvirwteK.,;. .W-'."J '?.' ptaaaaa mi (baklad pBlroaatakorolorororoeMtTad, wo racpoct' ,BU,a.a..o.u..V.;..:f pEOAIf TTumaio. Jib. tt, wo. uim- TBI I IS TO OIVS HOTICI. 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" Philp & Solomons, WHOLES ALU AND RETAIL BOOUEUEBS AND STATIONERS, 43 rENHSTtLTANI.l AVENUH, VetwesB Ninth sod Tenth streeta. IHOSAVZHO, r&IfTIHO,BZWDIKO AMP LITUOOItAriUNO TTRIJED STATES PATERT 6FTICE. M. .. . WAai"T0f.P,O.. Jaa 11. tkatl waahao. Vf la OMAB II PnKisi .1 UII '... Jia ij. lfrii Pray lS far Ibo oaUniioa of a rowai r. ntll iBBraaaiaaalls. ..... fijfls. '."' iBiaBiitraatoa to hi na tka fllh slao. nt u. idh ii laoraaroi thai tba laallnoBy a tho aaaa bo aloaad aa Ika Bih otav af insil ...t. .1". .TT jliafWClV! -,i'i"S?,a ibo.aaabi llaoor Sllaa-arcauaauaad tha Eianlaar'a ra. port be llaillo) to tho 10i day a April aaVti aad (hal aald potlUoa be kaar4 ea Ua Xk day ol iprll abf pertOB may ofpobb idh xtoadoa J.H1..I tfttSSiWerllKSSlV TTMlTEDSTstTES PAT 1ST OFFICE PSTstTES PAT 1ST OFFICE WAaalleJTOa. tl C. JaaaavalA KM Aa laa apoutloaof Cablbb T Eami. of Mll aa., BraylBCorlBaoitaaatonor araUit to rM oa U, nth dayofllay,lbSB,r'r ford. Maaa. illll to aa laerooi Ittaordarad that tha taai tl.orlorol tl.t lb. Ustlmoor lo Ibo iujI. aloaod oa tha lath slay or April o.sll Ib.l ths ua... tor vbbii port ba llaiJUd to I aad that aald potlltaa ii J Ay poraea may aepeaa thia aatoaaloa ' BAUnilt. M Olativn JsU'ltM Ceaamraaiobtr afVateata. SpeoUI jToUcm. f-TT-A MKBTWa Of THR I H D U - 1-47 trie! !! leel mtr wtlt hsli mis ITiam. tlile. 118 Brli I. l!..l,U.0f . B Tns liKiiur.an. hmtihi IT ITT, Pnil -Ml. UDAEDS .f itim1 lo DM. SI iB.lf ViHlpUttSf BMtllf Al nii'aa aa(nv. Brotitiot COL. C 1180 If, r-si IlIflUMTS OF PYTIllAi.-Tll 3V taf.a.lMaaUatr Ihthtlrutl JLodstj of tht r I.TML 4 b IrtMla. TUtSPAI kTI; Ml an J tit tv VI. IffTfL fclf a'alaah. aV nikilli DUirUt el uo.-mnu win t n-ia i in.ir him B.Uldl.Cw U rMMltwd, VltlksMI fMTUIM Wilt MlilKMMkK XaeUe W. VU IJ' j.nst O.H,eltO.I, ljprBIUtlll INDEBTED TO T1IK laP tDlkiMtiUoIWi IT. HiiTf.V.wnj,Wti tti S ilml.m-il ( Utlr latf.bttdi.M l Ujlf oU Ubstti Ii iilkfrlite! Urtvi fw U aUtiM o w.TMDt, suit Vtbratrr . P' vi tuns a r.1 ha-aiaHB-as. Mlatfc BlreM!- taS HiaiB rejes,, n Ihtr Will b tlT.I t ftltoriwT ror COIUflUOr.. HBO todln 1, M. CKOMSMAK. tlitUw. KSf It ATI OW At. MKDIOAt any cistz ur Tea district ur coi.uk Ut 1 Tha attaaal aaaallav nf tka Valiaaal IsTatl laal tMUtr, (rlk leMUaaof llNftsllIt, Will bTk.ii. t u mUaiff or tt (.w.rmrr. uu (I IV TOfk ITHte, HTMt ThlrtMBth BlreMt. to HURT aiTBljBIt, U D , Pfw.li.Bt, C. At. " UBAT. w. mmrr, )HI w iOrTHH OOHUllonoUL W PlPAftTXlUT nOWABD UNIVER8ITT Will um. StrBBfleiT Ib tt Btt FBrUr or Uo Coa I raiaUoBBl Chanh. oorBtr of TobU bbS O itnwi, UllattBg 7RIDAT ITSaiJO. JBBBBfTU. U'TO. Bt 7 . IB. OBtTBBOO OB tha OBlt t lit, SMaV TBI MOST COMPSTiaT IHST-UCTOES. Tnr ttartlaalara itrraliri la IsB limaot. at? BD. plrUrnoafbrIiutW -.- Ms U. PlUDlh rrlB, V. aal F. Dtp'l ( Howwi UalTtnUr. A MEHTIRQ IIP TUB ITOOK. fllinT fUillPAMT. k. Itia al(laa HOLUIRS of tho WASHIMOTOR GAS- UirroniiBf tho obb1b( mr, will bo larilli 10 r IB IIHUtl II III I OBIBlBt TOBr. Will trOBBlS Bt DBaroB Btol DAT Fobratrf aoBrflolwalrBBeloBo CHAI, 0. BAIL1T ibb onna r ibo uaai TflSTQ, MIBJMBU JBlOta SuroiBfy. -T5T-A.P.MOnUIS.Jr.,bB .US' natdo Bt 'KBUrpnaa, B liasrwBTolt aODOIILIlf'9 DRDO STORIO. ' oppoalM MbbobIb Taaaplo. Draca. klodU , 4b.. . Bhaapor thaa Bay otkBrplBoo, IS" OiLHPETRf CUnVAUfl, Sf, TBE tARQIST STOCK T BTOCKt mil PBtnta i RR1 HKWSST AND R 9 1 ttisWRtp S. MITCHELL CO.. OTBfP"T Bro.FB. Pry Qoodt EaUbUakmaaL Jan-tf MOTOAL LIFE IHSOEAECE TART. laiMBrtatairooj. . VoQm Ii fcaraVr SlTft lb" Jolt M Ta.WUMB la tkooalraatkofTaexl Afoat of oar Conpaap la WBaMoiWB. aad tkatbo la thooalr oboib.1i. aloaad tooollwtiBBd aaahaab-aB-aaU aa kopar appolit lo doao.) Pramlana oapoUolta BBS ro raaah OflMi jfi 0. H10 r alrott. WaaklBfl , Charles o. lathrop. TUoPnaldoi WaaklBftoa, nitur. faaldaat, d10-M43U KT3T-P10MKEin HOBKITKAD ASBU V3J CIATlOfl, . UrithltM 4BBBBrr Bt 1N9 VrvtaiBBt CRts o cnnRCH, W..iJot , WK B.CLSoatTr. Vloo fraa'.daat. jontr fe ELVAIIB, BaerotBrr. BAHDIL 11 ACUM, Troaaarar. DtalCTOBl! LEWIS Cf.XPIUai, HB-RT LTLEfl. J. L. ROBSKTI.OSCI.W LIS VILLI ADOLf CLUSS, R W, 8KDF7, 0. P. CROOUOa, XT, SARDO, Maaiia c of Sto-kholdara wtllbo baU ea Ibo Iriyoi rnaay, jaa. i. -J11MIAUROOLIK!OODI.IVKR U1L. with hTpo-pboaphtto of Lltaa, .rial ItrmtM.M.iils wnmUM with I faa baatall lim II aalloa oSlaacr with plaaaaal Safor aad oaay dlcoattblllr. Bold br all rpUb1o d ra idraiilat Haw Toi xUI-lawir 183 fare at Can .mpaar." baroa Ltaklg'a aliaauro aa avarrJar. oatnsawlf 1S3 Broadway. Maw Tark. X3T UILUAV'IOOLDKEOODUVXA 71 pro4Bd, eroitiee. attre.. JOIIPn T. iB-HAlr. .-.a BIHI(ieP.BIbl.HoeM. p.w i.ticiir jT Water Ilesrlatr.r'a onVe ellll..fc iroB.lfl tkla Hkih..h..l. !M,.ri','.t',,i" , a re.wr.leul lSr7r.,l?.,J.?J,r.A1'e"a1 'I' ei ev.r.te u.tAlln.ii cr .wiur bt tr.r i.tI.v ';'"7 !.. "1 tlei b....lM loU.Coi: .r-niiii .tell mast. a. Mid ilia J, KST "' -"',;, es pre. Planoi. plAKO TOBIWa AIID REPAIR. 0l,EeH ,., WILD, ttaiaairif Ctia W I!!!!?!."" aoqaaaUr er SUla. 1II..IIO. t. Tills. seS Bp.ltl.t PUio.. u?."l f"?."'' f."".T..J Till (ot ".1 nfite" ' " ea.ki.li. Pk4 sold Aaunrov rei HTHEAM ft SOB'S 1SB Vlt CHEAT UNION eo.'B OKLEBBA. TED PIAVNOa. tTSW,.,l,.iil.,,"tt ""' "" ADAH GEin, Sols A tut for Dl.lrlrt ef Oeleabli. Carriacea. (IIKEUOHI CAKUAOIIII CABllAMtlll i Urs. lomb.r f w.u.r ib.r or ...oitktel 01 K. Al... . nomb.r 1111(11. a .a, tt h.n.. ..;..k.vr""."T..Y"""i.r... a enii .AnBA v-a it.aBHi . . j.j .1 . ..V.J.-..-J: tv.'i? " "HSwiP.8Kt. EITABLINIIED 1.11. ANU1IE.W J. JOVOE A CO.. OARKIAQS MANUFA0TDKKB8, t.i.V. "d.4B '"11 .lro.1. Heal Estate Agents. " H'ltlCloss JuilT.Tiu,. OSOSa ft trATntr UKAL ESTATE KXCBANaE DROKIR8. SODTH "l4 BITwIlT f;TVilB 'ilT. lpitf . .iiurs WOJfT. JOHB B. ABEISOIT, 11EA.IL, ESTATD AOEKT, rirslstr.tM.t teS rtiisrtviiliiv.iis. Upiioi uul J.H.S',',l'b,i,,,r5,".lu0"-" "' "' ' s.r.liK.'.t'1'' "'"""''"' '-'flVIfJ. BUUardf. NATIONAL BILLIARD Brt. Thirteenth ft FonrteanUi itreeti, Ovtr National Theatre, Milt 'V' '1 .'.'l" Collood... All kills efblUUidii.Ulltlf.ioilo. i l filtlllL ' wp7'u fMprl.ur ai& O.ib.Slk.1. f .ml, (oilllotirioieMtiBdtbrisBuUai'rrociilbi ilBll.4 I. Too 1SI1 .1 April iitllYid Sis sill polllloi b. b.oil 0. Ibo S&b Itr of A JSl .0.1. Air Ir.01 USX oppu.0 tblo obUbbb Jsll'Htt CooiuilMloBo'rof Bib. Utb SB tOtprOTBID.Bl IB WltO, Bf..,t 111. ord..od tb.t ths taaltmoBTl. I tloaad .0 Ibo SM tins forAllBtiri .I-..J A- .Va HJ J.. v.k-jr. ' .- . . . ..DTD.rr aan, tl KrllM imii.iioib.4ih tar of Jlor at Ollj poUtlfli bird .. tha Stk .rib. 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Appl i'a 1 urwi We IUI !!, lW Wri loni tl FK BALI -A TIKI S1.W HOUBX. SITUATED tfi.U1 '"F. Torno jlborBl. lBBlrBBlllo 9lArtt, botwtoa KlfBtMBthsss fllatjit-Blk slroota. boIS-su W&nti. LCIIIADWOlIIllO.lltOHCTBllTII tirotjUbotwMB 1. bb4 M.(watBldo.i bmpi bbI Blkli4ao7 iBiloa, ' SbU. bbS chlUnBa1 OBat-Of BtothtBetSBdanlOUlai. b00t0BBl BboaOi katl. OBM. klBBkaU, QBllta. bodapntoat akaoUe Abf Boto br bbU or tkrwla pronpUr at UBSad to. . ' lawltf . S RlBlk ilnok WtwMB D bbA X alrtala. third door from toanf Hii'i Cbrliiln AiaoolBtloa uaiiBiiir. a. . abj oh it jiaii prompur BtUBtUdl. BOTU-tf TOTBBWOKKIlfO CLIIS-Waira bow pra parod to faralah all alaaaoa with aoaaual anploj. MoatBI aoaio, tho wholo of Ibo Una or for too aparo taomoaU. BaatBaaaaaWilliblaad Koraoaaof odkaiMi oaallpaara ea vor OTaaiaa. aaa a SB tn obb1bb. aaS a brnfMrlltfaal aan bi ia votlai lhalf w Sola Uaaa bo Iko baataaoa Bora aad li at ii"'- la aara aoarl MtaUBOUl bBlaaM,wo aotlaa air aaad lhair add rtat . aad toat r-r bb naah una. ThtlBlwho mi.wi inaka thta aaparBllalod offar i Ta oaah aal wall aatUSod wo will aaad SI to par for abto of wrtllBf. fall parllaalara.a TBlaakia a. wklati wttl do Umbuim watk aa. aad a too ibo a oopr of tho j4 Poptt, Littrary Companion uijr w.pti'iiB 03S-Xai WA5TB0-BEW ARD OABT OFF CLOTBIEO. oTdOoldaadBlWar.or bbf othar erilola ol valao. Bt tho oM-oatablUliad MorahBDt l'i. ZZ.I.T Star of k VULTUM A CO.. 511 RlaLh Btroot, 4 doora aarth of FaaaiTlTBBla aiaaaa. imu-u Boarding. BOARDllfO. rr Loadoaa eoaat. Va. hartac roatad llooae ?. 12 Taatk alratisL VttwtM D and B atraata. haB nado'oomplato arraacaTnoaU for KBBHffO A riKHT vi.aas nuiivinu uvuri diiiib uii OR HORTli. Bath rooaa oa all Boora, Roobb aiBKiooriaaaiiBi wiuii wur.iii aoara. BOT1J-H T7IRBT-0LS8S TABLE ROARD OAH BE BAD awoat aad PoBaarlTSSla avaaaa, for 0 a.' attaa AaaaiuAB uuuaa. ooraar or noTi HfTllU 1-0 tor Dry Goods. lyaROLUTion or COl'ABT'EU- X BAA IB'. Clofltnc Oat Hale ol First Class Dr OooUb. V will enmm.De oa Haaeltv. tVta f lih JT f jBBaarrsjtOBolloBr Una tlock of Srat-olaaa trr ifafwia. laaiaaiaa a laira iioci or uiimiiiii uaooa. UoodB.laaladli WhIU Oooda, Itiih aodTablo LfBoaa, black aad Gwlorad SUka aal Satiaa. PaUlar abawla. En i uooaa, . id Btlka praoa ulotha, Traaah P-ejaa (Jlpe-aa. iniir, rgpuii, iraasja (riaosi, oplla Alpaaaa. Sopor Lra Bilk VoUala, Black aad Colorad ValToiaaaa, aad all eooia of ovarr daaaiiptloa, whlab ltlakaowa kBTB alwaja ban at' cost for casu onlt. aofiwda balaiehartad as oar bka aaeapt at iialar prtaoo. Tkla .avla la n a tala U mad a br U 'o I a ally aattlo Ika oatlro Lbbibobb af oar Ira, If, Taylor wHkdrawlaf Ihamfmm aa IBa M tla af lfaTth aat. aii paraoaa laoaoua m aa win puaaa oono ior- w.fd all mils tfOBPI ierDi.il. n. iailus a do., ,V'i ...A; TMU..I..I nut. ' TKLTKTEESU. Dv CLOAUIXUS, KIIA1TU1 ASD MLArtUETH, at riR cut. us! ii rstci, TO BIDCCK ITOCK. CirtFITSBILOW COST. BELIIT a BAODAIN, S.itli sldh tin. eors frea ST.etl .tn.i. Pf yard. 4aa-Sa KRf OR Y Tl AXTER, . IIS FaaaaylTaaU avaaaa, Bat WlaataoalkaadTwaatlath ata. nsiu B i S (l A t i&jcEi!e9'uAfnn wiMin aooD u Tha Wat OA 8SJcr2'yt.TVJ AWHa "" """ Aoeljjjfil wwiriAlll aaSi-LAlDrOf 0tln vVn'iVSI? MA!":CBIIH fron tit. Tewols, Hipllao, Tlbl, Lliol lid Bod Iprudl 11 I.. 'Jni I fell li.,",? iliokllp.lTJ" trfl"i,,?.'"- a' f lalto.' lid OVil'o DsdoiCUIUisineUdir 1'IM.ou. Oil. .1.1. """ 1..I1 sn JOEHBOH ft COUEY, Ho. US JtXAVIUCET 8PAOC ai,as,.Ki.'CtaA'iK,'10CTI0" "'" DBEBS UOODK. DltOCKA ASD flIU BUATf JJI. la Oroit YirloUos. Cksip. JFnrt. FURS, AT REDUCED PEICE8. w torrnis n Hats and Caps BoUsiddodteprestitBlMk, 11. 11. ST1NEHETX. n.lll.r lid Vorrt.-. I13T. (soar n. mb.il roil liu "" '"" l"" ,3' "' ' PaIhU, Oils, ftc. BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS. AUoatloa UeaUed lo ny itock or PAINTS, OILS, GLASS. Lt., WhUh I am OsTartsi apaalal UdotanaoU fgr aaik. Alio, daalerla c. on. Jfv. ej'Kyjf.S'. .k.i. Koala, At, EtiiH0A,lw,h." " '"'SJ-'baL BUth aad Sayaatk ata. aadar ttaaioa UoaaoL Btoves, Eto . JKPAlItS irOli RTOVKS, UAIIUES, BOYD'S -JToVia irTOUV. flAHKa Kin AT STUHIMTII HT11KKT. ll.lia.aa D.sial la. BEiaaHAMEAMDMDMHSKnF STOTIT lyn.tf 4TB Blalh atraat. huuakt PUII. it. bat w bob D aad E. N0.4861 BEDUOED il.0.486 VSSfc J l'llICUS 1 lYSSS AT MAllKRITER'S. pi0TOnEoonDIr?jTRAE8SrEiA3fE3' PIOTUHERINII8,NAII.S. ' I'AINTINIIH, ENUUAVINIIH, UIIItOUU9. Aid I. rodoo. tka alMk lo meok so poaslbla pilor .l0-,rrlifl.11 effarlo v QA0 11 V0KO1IASI1B8 All Ikl lloTO ilo.k it " " UKIXJCED rUICZM ClfTIL TBI riSBT or uanrn m.v ioiiouTi(; dbdo stoui. orroiiiTi y "'. T'p.i ... iBoirioooiioii.K willrenev. ln'l,il.uriiiii .-.l d.ARDROa?'A!!iirw nivMSAa, .a .- VTlaiJTau !?... "" IS Inftw .. ?2,,:. Itarl LYd(Ta t .; Hio i Orocerle. AMERICAN TEA COMPANY. 1418 and 1420 ;PttTAvo., Opp.Wlllnrtt.' Hotel. TEAS! TEAS 11 , Wo ate aolUaf Tsaa BS aaata par poo a I ahaapot Ibaa oaa ba parehBaadolaawhoMl, Uraat oaro la Ukoa la aaaarlat tka koit aad Saoat Bavorad Taaa, koaplag la Tiaw for ear oaatonara ECONOMY AND HEALTH. HATE BO CenU FEB roUND, 111 tsss wirrttU! le tivt siiwreellea. COFFEE Tllill.3Esiar3MC3SI3&ra? Sweial atlaatloa la ctraa la thta papartanal. aadtboroaatlacef ear owa Gafaorfvaoaaoop. I. .M.t1,uJ,K.M w . "Urdo'o Arotaa. " CoSW Brawaor, aad wator aaad la "anuin.i bbtibvibb oomaaaiaeT u poi FLANTATIOV CEYLON. Wa oaii roar aiutUoa lo the atme Ckfte, II balBf ta potior u Mm ha la Bbtoi sad atriBith. Pit I OK LIST. Oram. XHtd, PlakUtlaa , BOeoala BOtoata JBraltaBBlaaaoTBrBBiaBli ft 49 BTBelCorlOB) 3 " ? " BarleBbo........ 30 M " aiarra RO & Rio, US. 98, 30 aal 33 Mat. Ilotait, ratUnraBta tad board tos-hoiia kaopota. whoaaalariooaaBtlttnor Coffa. caa aooaooilra tathttaructa br aalaf air IREBCH BREAK' TABTCulrsS. rrloaiOaoatavarpossd. SUGARS. "HolUi'a aoUbraUd Cat Batar. IT aU. HarofBiwa Bliar'ataUbratod Losf. rswdwad aad OraaaUUda aU. A1' Ooflao. boat Mow Jork. 19 eta, foal Daaiarara Bacar. 14 u. orto Rtoo Bat ar, l)iai3 oU. FLOUR. Walcb TUar. boat. llrrattk rarroll M aaor floor, f RO. BtwlLlai taralfr. t1S.il-. l.nort I ha. (Irak siM sTUar Thtala rraaatl fna OaiWaal. Crafkod Whoat. Rloo Floor, Blar QrtU, farlsa Whlto aad Tallow fcloaL CANNED GOODS. BOO toi. r...hM. Boos.t. Core. o.rlsm. SOU Sss. Ten.lMS. 'mt.1mm.i MOO dos A.r.r.n P.s. LlnsBMss. L.b.Ur. Xvarr verlMr ! C.ee.S 04s livers .1 ll.S. 1.1 it vsrr lews.! prlM. inrOBTED I.TJXURIEII. Oils. (BraadoBbara Troraa.l 0a,(BanoB Jk OaoaUar.f iUllBBalABtOlBO Oo. (Japora, (Loall FrorM h Co.) Chow Chow. Oraao h BlaokwaU'a, RaaUaatBrartCkow Chow, BardlBoa, l8oaataaa.k Bbbom or orr Saaaripttoa. OarrtoFowaar. Saotah Hamalado. HaDoaroal aad TanalcillA. Ollras, "Qaooa," . lBlaaaidbrtbastloB, cos'aOalaMao. RdamBapBago, ChaddBrChoooo, SUNDRIES. Cliootlato, pramlea, "Bakar'a,1 Do. do "MalUrd,a,, Ectraota, BaraaU'a. Labi a' t, BogOi Thy bo. Major n. DAY LEAVES, IBISII K03S, SPICES, OnOUND AND WUOLE, COLQATE-3 TOILET SOAPS. WINES AND LIQUORS. A UrteeuiUtr ef itst risk sil .xMllni OALirOIlNIA WINES JiitrMilvsl. pes sllppsr skip lfirv I. Bltts." AIm, 1 MmtlsU lssrlnsit if IMPORTED WINES AND LIQUORS. i tniiviri.tr ercooxiia 71X13 ulBBA. Dili livers oi lliS. MAI.AOAnnAPF.S tOesils. UA VAN A OBANOES see..!.. TEAS. Ooapowdar. 1J1 Extra baat Bl 19. Imparlal. SI . tliLlMi. Jbpbb, aBoolord, St.IU, Boat 1.RS TuaaATllraaa.ai.Bl.US. HaaA. Ml BA. Otiliif, BUak.Vu,.Sl. BoalBl J, aIllaaroaBTa mu "miii.jw, Uyooaa.Vlc, S, BMtl.S3. AU Taaa warraatadU sIto MtlaracUoa. svniipj. o.li7.',,s1V4' "' '"ST. i.eo. Fin.ili',. va.. iv,sa.,KBtfir "" te'tfj iiaagitr "",,r t"ut y.yy NI3W ITOIiJC lirrrm-T; IsvsiUSilrlu orCROICS H1W TOBEBDTTBB .."JFI? xunu STOKE, PokinandYoddoToaStoro, nsro. -ua-a. ninth .trees, between D and E. HEW TEAB'8 iABIJ. ItDDCTIOM IK rilClOT BOAtllDOOVVH. - -.-.-,,,, ,., htwi, jaaii ala. Hrai..v:;::r"":::::::::::"ri: IIMJ11J..hh,hw..(M.. ae) a. TCAB OF AT.T.tVin,V" cni.lt. Japam (o.1t.ju...a.(iji m5v'." "ml" " "e "a lr ..r. H. A. OLCOTT A- r.n . Mim.i.t,1.l.B.,.'J B Clioico Imported Luxuries, CON8I8TINO OF J.W...WT vBMw rroeoa role. MiahrooBja. ?. "u1?" "dii. A.aV.viT f3r H.Bla. Capn..QBisB pllT.a.S.,Aa, ClUipa. fnaorrod Vrilu; JS7" U-. ud Ibo leooY Ei'llu Brtsifut iair'Jtnair Ttu. AUO. The Celelmiel Quker lea; Balls, . WH' lirtl Asiertnsil if CHOICE FAHILT UROCEBIEI. I rospaoifellr ooUalt e Bksrioriki eebUa Patr... SIB, taaiBBUolii toUlO .BUafillo" t-llrtl. ., W. M. aaciBKs, J.i. .. f ilPIr!l ".' Artfaslo. Iletal, dal7.tf Mortbwoal Cor. 1 lad riTtoaith Tal&oU. W.J. REDSTRAKE, UBOCEBr ASD YAaUKTT BTOKX, I Oral, Na.aSSirew Tark TeaiBie( Corner af liwi Hiua iiratli neurit Bieniie. auuis hipilstos. unowsiNG hiddIjBtosi, WnoLIIllI AUO BITAIL0B00IU. Ala Blltllt 1, tiai. wimt, vrnisiT. OiOAU, tobaooo. ao., Al Iki Old Ilia! ,f run a vnn, ai,,, . .riiffi:tviVM'isaa" Confectionery. g u a rricinig ronou ConfeoUoporar a ZaAI.. m ai.U.aiim'a Ilaat.iu.aat amd Dl.la. l.Uoa. "" """""li'uK.Vil.'K" T'""" "' Tbi allltas, ef . Wjlilrt , rMpir.llT ll ROBERT FUITON & CO., Ml IlltH IIBSIT, Hits rsotitlr aide iiluslrs irrio.uu far LOANING MONEY oa tfertli.srtls. or Kv.rj O.Mrlpll.a AVVII LOWEST RATES. lOHt Or I,OOOADOTIEATW flBCilT. Opoi IVtBT SArilildirt llnpUd) fteaa .. m, .t. f ,, b. r-aoiibla laSa..nTJVWiM.llh Vli Km tablaOrB..lalBWBBarWBri;a7li;ra.1Va. Opiirlrarpr.m.JJMalit UiiSr special, iNotice. urst,!.,:" " "1,u" " "'Mia Amusement,. 1! to. MATIOH A LT It E A T It E sritliL SOTIOI -Derist II. Opari Isssoa 11. free Hit po.lllv.l wlllb. ...p.s,.,. MAX MAHETZLR'S OBAHD ITAXIAH 0F2BA, (frs-i lb. v.w T.ik AMt.iar .r Meal. ) SEASON UF BIX MIOUTS nun nnAit) MiTfMirp. tun (nosina.TiKTEi.inu, JAN. 91, VsrJl's opelsr Opsrs, Vsir Artl.t Bli IIIKIV with rtth BBlmpiaaMCBit. li AT la una mt vr a D n LI IRAK No-LBrRAaoLrRshc. Fol IbeBrattlnolB thlaaltr talUlUa, RoaalBt's aiBaur'Worh. WILLIAM TELL, With a aaporb mm n-ttn, Oorpa de Ballot, Ooorcaoaa AppolataitBIa, laaraatad .horaa au UrehaaUa. Badaaliamnao Caat, iBatsslac . SIORURLBrHAHO,.. la bla iroal part or Araoldo. Ib wblah oharaatar aohaa anatfdllia imtlaB. tkaaUaaa la all tha oapttala of Earopo alto la T III v p ma 1 ens. aw iiiiii rauBaaipaia aaa itBiiiatora KBtlooo-aowcoii, ritiBPiHn ft la ortif aba. Biiiatora. U1BB(C. L. KELLOOa la harorlilaalabsrsctar a1uKu!o SOXOonits bla tBlatub. part of Ua tjobblar, VSipAT.JAKpAETSB. AaboT'ouraad Opora, Torlha rM'3f t hLWJ tUlUa, BATHRDAT AT s nOLOCE. .-..-ORANfiHATlREB. Adnlailoa, laaTadlaf Raaarrod BaaU I 00 Adaitaaloa. laaladlas Raaarvcd aoata la Or ohoalra.,... m......, 1 SO TamUr Clrala so S1TUKDAT ETEEiaa. laravoll rarforaiasaa. SOALE OF PRIOESt Orehoatra Cbatra..... , H SO Pamaalaad DraaaClraU raaafTod 1 to Oaaoral Adnlaaloa , 1 00 Balooart... TS Oallarp... SO fllrato Boxa.,... V OB AWTho bbUoT aaata foraar porforataaao will oonnoaoo THIS MOKHISO, at S a'aloak, alike soxorriosef tsbTbsatss. li LW ALL'S OPERA HOUSE. ta Hbaaraal. Poa-taaaU'a laat Draaa, HEEGT DODD. M ITEI10TT HALL THO BSD AT AlfO FRIDAY ETEE1EQS. iihvut ( aaa iota. l.T.i Tba rollawlsf faatlaraaa waro arpBlod a aom. mltlM. hviha Board arTaalaoa tt Fatilla atknnU to aaaho arraaiaraaala for tho Satarlalaiaatt a. saiaanroa oap, raaiia ocaaviai aaaoa m Brawa, W.B Moora. E. Chavpllaaad Oooriaf. lloClaliaa, who waa appolatad Traaaerarby the aauBiuoo, J, Sf. nAQIR'S aBAND IliTIORAL ALlSaoUT AHDTABLl&OX. Will boOlTaa by Ovar Psptla Safaatod rroai tho Fablla Sabeola, 1I1SS F. A. UAUBR. 11 a all I. A RtolawayOoBoarlOraad will ta aaad. Tlakat, OS ata i Ktaorvod Soata, IS ela. oxlrsi for atoalMotMrotl'a Haalaltora. Moaday, Jaa. Si, oora ora at Ti U eoaimoafa at S o'aloak. BI11BIIIITUHVAI iriaBUUB,JII 18b T7BKD. JIODUIM GnEAT LECTURE. " OUR COMPOBITE NATIONJaiTT." SIXTn LEOTUfiE'oF ihbO. A.IlCOU R3E Ton TIIR BENEFIT OF THE CUAUITT FUND. FRED, DOCdtiAia, tfcaatalaaat rolorad eralar. Wllldallvarhla trat Lartar. oattUad aa aboia, II LlIfOLH HALL, yosDAT EviHiaa, jasuaet u. uadar Ibo aaaptoaa of tha Oraad A nay et lie Kb pavtiss, wiraiei Doora opoa i al S TlrkataforEoa TUkata ot Adn Thoaalo of v naklla. nMbartasaal of tha Pnlan&a. Uoora opoa ai 1 e'alocki Laaiire tiooaasaaea al S M . . . aaiaror aorTcooaia ,,. ib miu. AoniaiiOBt ibi ibo aoarr L",col";.vh. porvLm foiisfrtrfin t,icttbii, EVERT WEDEEflUAY aad FBlOAT EVSIftHO, Coaaaoaatai JaB.lt, la tha fallow lag or dan Toar Lotlaroaaa Itataral Blitory br rrofooaoc Dswklaa.ofEawTork. Foar Lariaraa oa stollar Chanlairr by Frafaator Cooka.orUarrarsirjBlToraltT. to t Lot laraa oa Daoloiy by Frofaaaor Bsalals. Iio(are to Manoaeo at t a'aloit. Staalo MABlnrS ANKUAI, I1AI. MASQUE. LA OOTKR1K OAHNIVALT jjjo.lili;i.dT..U. ulniir. iJfSiiY, .'"' .O.S'AUaikaalk. ko.ott. et. Teaaday. Yabriuv I. ibm a.kl.r.V.,T! I" baakol.iawop.iBtlk. Aaldaair. orlar. eoplaa it ratBl.lloia la, ell Ua tltoimilloa aa b. tla. l.baarlTllo." Ilakal" iliiltKi I tlaBiaut sao Udr.Wl MM ladr'a i"?sm .'". l!1J!TJ0'"!n,'. Coale.ar, la Ttilk Vfl V, fMiirlvoili, lj.il". Vlll AT ,. kill e feriUk IU la will of too OMtonoa. ote. w. Ivitt. gosroiefy. ikmi AiKAtra Atrtiiita kt. riCTnzu in oitr-rAiimo trou batdxi. HODBTID 01 BRISTOL BOAIS moii lo'iiiAii, eot-lt hUAMOHAItn At MOIIPSt. HETKOrOLITAH UALL jr.' T Tkaalra. leaiHoTf V,.t lbhstlvabia Avium 1 rf ?si.lfci 11 twolrtk oLnoLa. alski wllk a AraVaLsw tetiatx nlot . ,.,v;.' u... .... .., Oostnme. f.TA.qUKBADB COSTDHKIt lA. UALI. Joa. DIES, OKNT8 ANi auiL,TBisrr. llaUBiT Tllll.a.r.M.B i . J?W?'t faertb door aoau'of elT-aeaaa roaaayUalu ar TlTaaiaayaaaa. MKBOHANT TA1LOKS. II. Koppel, Merchant Tailor, IXA0 11BMOVUD tbom rimurn stiiit to NO. 218 rEXNSYLVAMi AVENUE, UMDEIl WILLABD'S UOTKL. aaJ Uwoat aaah srlaaa. 013 0X1033 iixmanNG. jj MERCHANT TAILOR, g ki.f" ooow ' ".';a;ft" EDgTBTlDg. Aiia.i aaa iiunMnirniaTii wn miHiaa UUBUIUID 111), WILIiIAM ROBERTB, DEaiQNIHO AND EHOBAVIBt 'E8TABU1JUMENT, If. Be) lleeknaa Blreel, Hew T.rk. Wa tlA laaB la llf.na m t.ljaaaa aaJ ika Plbjlaiaaarally, IhalwabBTa laaraaaad oar fa. alllUaa. aad ahall bo happy to raoalve erdara for jrarr doooriptloa of r tl t. . . mT. - I II ., !!. Bill .. i. viaaaietawvtarT" (, sDii(-isaat, Hapa. IjaMr aala. MoaBfraaia. Par taadaeapoo. laUrlov Tfawe of toroa. Faotortoe. Ao, tUfctadaorShowUBrdo, Laboll. Aa. Baa iallaa. ..- baalnafBralabadbrBallto all aootloaa or tbe aordlae U olaaa, plat a orlllaatlaatod Eatfa UdaaoaMBiaoa OalaJofao work for afaaa- aUr2i,,p"p',M- " "o.yplaa- .B.d Jala-laa MtXX.tk ROHKItTB ACQ. O bolwaoa Twairih jad TL aaBBhat tha boat Froaah fi..". .It?1?." VrslMira ef Twt.lr .It .lo.oMWfKK;.?. .'....!k..Z Oalf SraauMa EaUrlatmaal la Ike tHy. TBlaiTEHlBO. Aba orary alikt aatll rartkar aotlaa. Matilda HaroBa ooMy ofoardaj, SaaU, Frodaaad. aftar olaborato proparatloa, with If oral kooBla BIwU by T 8. riaUltd.sad Orlslsal UaslabTBatkBaBalor. lJfi';!.!,nk:.',!.l,,,,f Manilla ulaelloief uar tha ha.i.ir.'' -t-t: it""t .-r. "" " apoioaiBiB.Biiaa frao of Taro Albar , Mr aaatonora " I ""ssi mil mti si. o m ytaoao taai