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WASHINGTON CITY, D.O.
TCHPTMOltSOilnU:irillPABTM.ir0i
OeHoa Owr. iOtfc .ml D maar PiKBftt Ai
W.l.KDST&aa tuZ&ltor and rrepriter
eT WeoBBaetaBdertakctoretBra rejected
Hli'Mlltii, OoatribslerswUlthereferoproeerv
plea
ill om senate tie nc. whether en eteee
f f ,VUtl,eh1dbeddreaeed toWa. J
MftkT., Proprietor JUtiosii KsrvstiaAs,
WiiMirUt. P. C.
RECEPTIU-IA.
ins. ouii'i KKomont.
Mrs. Grant's receptions wlUba field evet)
Tuesday daring the keason, butwMD the
Loan of 3 and 4 p. m.
BFtAXKR BLA1HBB KICBFTIOMt.
The receptions of the Speaker of the TToum
of RevrtMntatlvea will be at bis rrstdooc,
403 Fifteenth street, from 0 to tl o'rinrk oi
each Friday evening of the sauuin.
MAS. BLAMl's RECKITION.
M rs. Blaine's receptions will be btlj ever)
Wednesday of the season, between tbe hours
of 3 and 5 p. m.
DIPLOMATIC CORPS.
At the Itn'sLan Legation Madam de Cats
easy will receive oa Thursdays, from 3 aotll
fip. m.
At Ihe Argentine Legation Madame de
Garcia will receive on alternate Mouday
evenings, commencing on Monday, January
3, and will bo at home on Saturdays, fixm
2 mill 5 p.m.
THE HA IX UV VAntirMlltPM.
Tbe Congressional Investigation of this
traftc, oven If It should elicit no fret suffl
elect to convict a member, will be productive
of great good, If It shall serve to draw pub
lic attention to the abuses of which tbe
present military and oaval academy systems
are liable. The hue and cry raised about a
money conslds ration for these favorite oitt
clal plume appears tons very ridiculous lo
tho faco of will established official trading
In civil offices. Cadets hips are by no meant
the only offices sold, though perhaps the
last discovered, nor Is money tbe only con
sideration given for office, though con
fusedly a base one, especially If paid In no
coosLUatloaal currency. There Is an old
'dare, very horacl v but verv aDt. which savsi
Ttr$ art othtr tniyi n killing a dog hnUn
(noting Mr uit buttir." We do not stand
rusponslblo for tho elegance of the senll
xnent, but we commend the moral of It to
the Congressional Investigating Committee
and all others cognisant of the prices paid
or oOlce. The trade, we mare them, Is ex
tensl re, though the circulation mediom Is
variable.
Aa to the cadetshlps, we must confess the
pticas reported to have been paid are very
Inconsiderable, and far below thslr actual
Talao. The gentlemen who disposed of
toeu, If any did, for cash In hand, raust
have bsen Inexperienced la tbe assessment
of valnes to sell at any price, from $500 to
13,900, positions which cost the people of
the United States at tho rate of 130,000
oaco. Thev do belter with such offices In
Kngland, where the sale Is Id open market.
ana involve no charge of corruption. It Is
strange how the same thing Is viewed In
different Joeatlonsj but aa Shakspeare truly
say i "Men's Judgment are a parcel of
their fortune."
It Is a question whetbar the salo of cadet
ship by a Government auctioneer In open
market might not be qnlto as fair lo the
Individual citizen, while It would certainly
be more profitable to the Government than
the present system. HI true competition
amongst the rich would excludo the poor
from an opportunity of getting their sons
duelled at Government expense) but Is It
as fair as that now f At preaent, through
tbe appointments at large, army and navy
offlei-rs of the line get their son Into the
acadsmla and perpetual family distinc
tion, while U each Congressional district of
one hundred and twenty-Are thousand In
habitant on boy whese father Is In favor
with tbe member of Congress 1 selected.
If a cltlsen of tbe Republic wishes to edu
cate hi son for tbe army or nary he mnst
await the following extraordinary conblna
tloa of circumstances, to wilt II must edu
cate his son np to a certain required stand
ard, and during the short period of time that
th son 1 eligible to appointment the father
must so have trimmed his political sails or
managed his relations, social, business and
political, a to bavo secured th favor of tbe
Individual who, for during tho period, hap
pen to represent his district. There are a
hundred accidents of life against gratifying
his desire to one In lis favor. These circum
stance not combining, h would be clad to
ducat hi con for th army or navy at his
own expense, but this boasted Republic will
not grant htm permission. The boy who
gets me piac may be tbe son of a million
aire who means are as ample to educate
hi on for military service as are those of
thousands of fathers who educate their sons
to be staff officers of both army and navy at
tu i ...,, HIJM 1
their own exiasr,yet we. the heavily-taxed I
People, mnst nBthamnfrinnnntn-. I
cat the rich man's son and edncate our own
children besides. The sue cess fa 1 boy may
have no military taleat, and, a frequently
happens, retire from Government service
lmmedlatley after graduating-, to follow
aomo private pursuit! whlli a hundred other
lads excluded bytha s access f til one's ap
pointment might have been fall of military
genlnsj and not only are those prevented
from ever gratifying thslr bent, but the
country loses tUa great advantage which
uoh spirit would bring to the service.
Nor do the evils of the Academy system
top with the method of appointment. Thev
axe manifold and palpable to the sense of
the most can (ess observer. They hare fas
tenod upon the country two anomalous and
nnrejiablican branches of public service,
euIflcUotlr powerful to arrogate to them
Bftlvwi grand and aristocratic tltlss, dJipro.
portlonately lsrgn compensation for service,
exclusive courts, a Ufa tenure of office, and
pensions for their families after death.
The contrast Llwaeu the civil officers of
the Government, who rspresent the power
constitutionally and theoretically supreme,
and the military and naval officers of the
line, who are constitutionally bat not prac
tically subordinate, 1 so graat that we won
der the Congressional Representatives of th
pwople do not make some effort to restore
their proper relations.
Our father did not look with much favor
upon high military titles, and although they
had several naval wars with foreign Powers
that brought fame to inch distinguished
name a Stewart, Balnbrldge, Lawrence,
ferry and Deeatar, tbsy never found It
necessary to grant a hlgbr rank than com
modore. Now wa bare an admiral, vice
admiral and a docen or so rear admirals,
tome of them obscure and unknown men,
whoo names carry no enthoslasm, but who,
In tho ornamental positions of postadmlrala
with steam yachts and barge at their ser
Tleo, cost us about 1100,000 a ysar each to
wind red tape for the dignity of the service.
Some offices are too grand for use, but
when a grand office with titular distinction
Is created there mast be some pretext for its
existence. General Washington, tbe first
of Americans who enjoyed that distinction,
followed th most illustrious examples of
history by resigning hi commission when
the war was ovr and It was a habit in
ancUm Germany so wIt established that no
generality existed afUr th war which
raated a necessity for It was ver.
Our naval line oflloers, not aUafld with
im extrBordlnary and unprecedented honors
nih.erlT ttaJpmlrlotlo paopl
In the midst of a cl,U wr, wb.relutbey
tterformad fnr th. ,-.. ' "I MVJ
Lt !,;:: . T:.rr:" iL " of
toast polk against aa cnetnv wiihWi!t,iL
ueinj wilnout StJp, J
have become so jtatous of their privileges
that they have reduced the staff officers of
that service In rank, and are trying to de
grade them i til I lower. Is It because some
of tbe Utter are mechanics, and the aris
tocracy of the Una wish to make the line of
social demarcation so clear that It may be
een by those who are unable to distinguish
between gentlemen r Or Is It because tbe
staff have paid for their own edncatlon In
stead of bring educated at Government ex
pense? we can do without admirals, as
the wars of onr alorlous old commodores
baver-hnwnt but we cannot do without en
gineer In tV di v of Iron-clad steamers.
We think It time some more republican
vMem if train in the youth of nur country
tu arm ehnnld bo adopted. Every cltlsen
of lit Tvpub'lc shout l have an equal chance
to enitiry his son's dolre for military edu
cttlmt And fur army service, aad as he
woul I as willingly pay for It as he now does
for a lftful, medical or other professional
dneatlon, Congress should provide the
mean. Y want no exclusive academies,
whre certificates are equivalent to titles of
nobility, and whoso class spirit controls the
military ant naral branches of the Govern
ment by a jit em whtch kills all aspiration
among the people. We want schools all
over the country of eqial worth and Influ
ence, and where every man who chooses to
pay for his son education la army or navy
matters may do so with the assurance that
If he passe tbe examination of a proper
Government board hi name shall be entered
for service when wanted.
At ready the Government has granted aid
to the States for agricultural collages. Why
not make these the germ of a new military
system, by assigning military officers, at
Government expense, to teach the art to the
pupils of tbeae colleges. It would at once
give the deal red lmpttns to these Institu
tions, now llngerlog for the most part to a
slow death, and also give officers something
to do. The Constitution authorized Con
grcfstoorgantxethe mllltta of the United
States. What better method of officering
an efficient military reserve In each State
than to haro a school In It where any
rather may send his son at his own expense,
with tbe assurance that la passing his ex
amination he will be commission sd, and
may be called Into the national service
We throw out this Idea to germinal In
tbe brat ns of our lawgivers, not having
space In this article to develop It details.
Wonders Will Never Oasb. "A Sil
err Brick" lies lo the window of the JfttnUk
S'dftr Mining Company, on Seventh street,
May building, marked ' Bar No. 130, silver,
January 23, 1370, 1C1 ounces, CJ1 fine, frem
Stewart Silver Redaction Works, George
town, Colorado, from tbe Dundrburg and
Dendlgo lodes i coin value, 1130.30." This
reduction 1 " from 3,700 pounds of rtfutt or
turf act ore " from th above lodes, thus giv
ing a yield of $00.53 to tbe ton. The mines
are the property of the Ilelmlck Sliver Min
ing Company, and I owned by Washington
parties entirely. Tbe company l well or
ganised, with ample capital to push forward
these great tunnel enterprises. Before the
month of June these rich silver lodes will
be reached at a depth of two hundred and
tlfty feat, when a yield of f 450 per ton Is
fully expected and when so reached forty
tons per day can be mined at a small cost psr
ton.
A wsll-known professor of this olty, who
has mad a personal examination of Lsav-
en worth mouotaln, (la which these mines
are located,) and other motntatos In the
neighborhood of Georgetown, Colorado,
says i "From present Indications and de
velopments they Indicate the richest mine
ral region la the world.' Tbe tunnel privi
leges of the company amount to 13,800,000
feet of the surface msasurement and about
330,000 lineal fset of ore veins, some of tbsm
eight feet thick, embracing the most valua
able portion of this well known mountain.
It will be seen by their advertisement that
there Is a limited amount of stock of this
company for sale. Parties wishing to pur
chase can now havo an opportunity of mak
ing a prod table Investment. Tbe silver
brick and native ores can be seen In their
window, at th office of Hall fc Ross, Sev
enth street. May building.
Wa hati received from Tulip Jt Solomons
Harper' Saiar for March 5.
nAiiRiEn.
ManOMET-TBUr.-Oa Fsfaraary 16. alSt.
ntullkaa charcb. by lb" sUtant peetor, Kev,
J A. lUkel.O. 8. D..J KoBlBV AUBOBBST mi
UlaaEiTATaiar, both oT Wublagton. Mocarda.
mm.
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Undertakers.
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HARVEY&. MARFl,
UNDERTAKERS.
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aad Broadwar Mtflaa rartlaalar
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old atck. tlaar ta inlnd tbar aoltbar nark noa
apardowB, bat aall them at rtaUr whofaaala
pricaa. KaaplnfOBaof UaUriMlatoakaor Baoti,
bbvaa, aBdlaitaraoralliradaa. which Jn will
flad to waaraaraprMaaUil Olralbuaeall b.
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Financial.
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Vaihington City Saving, Bnk,
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KVIHIHU. fria JO VlflO ,'. i
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JAY COOKE & CO.
Bar aBdaall.atcarraalmarkalralaa,
GOVERNMENT BECUHITIE3, GOLD.
AND SILVER. '
Ordara for Stocka and Bond n-otnptlj- aiacsUd,
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Fnrnitnre.
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tt qnatllr of whkeb will ba marsnUad
Wt aaa rafar tniba raralinra In tba honiM of
n.ia. y.raaad Woud, IT. J. d. UaOaila aad Mr.
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fjOBRlTUKK ai treat barmlaa to five mo a
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BIGff9 .
THE HITt AXIOM."
ItiOnsplleallaa-ThHrOrtct.B4
HalnlUw.
NtMBIR 3.
The complication of "The Situation" .at
lha legitimate results of the rebellion, en
hanced by the different standpoints occupied
by the rreeldent on th on side and by tba
Oonrrees on tbe other, under tbe adminis
tration which followed close npon Its termi
nation.
These antagonistic relations between the
exeentlre and legislative branches of the
Government were more folly discriminated,
and made mote promloentty positive by the
action of the recent national conventions,
so-called. In the construction of their re
spectire platforms, and tbe nomination of
their respective candidates for the Presidency
and Vice Presidency of the United States.
The Issuee which were thus presented be
fore the people were, many of them, real
and fundamental they Involved the pre
servation or destruction of the national life,
and the national life being gone, atl that
partaln to and upholds the right of human
nature, on this great continent, perchance
throughout the world, Is gone also.
Could we have united the two opposing
parties, or a majority of them on the Issue
which. In each, were fundamental; dla
severed from those alms and lesnea which,
in cbih, wirq uiiieiT pa.fi.i.M.u vr aociiuuKi.
the preservation of th national life, and
the security of the rights of human nature
under It, would have been placed beyond all
pern.
It Is still to be booed, now that the contest
and strife of parties la ended, that there will
be a hearty co-operation of all right-minded
men to sustain ine existing Aaminisiraiion
In the great work of restoring peace to th
land aod good-will between all IT Inhab
itants. With this Tlew the writer ventures
to submit to the consideration of the
thoughtful statesman and student the fol
lowing sirgestione aabeartag"npou tbe fun
damental Issuee to be determined under the
new Administration.
All through our revolutionary struggle
th fathers declared, emphatically and oft,
that their grand aim wa to establish, pro
tect and defend, for themselves and their
posterity, (A rigMt qf human tutfurt. This
waa their favorite phraseology. With It
they gave answer whenever their motives or
alms were questioned, and with It they
commended the Justice of their cause to all
the peoples of the earth.
Their labors culminated In the production
and adoption of the Federal Constitution,
so-called. The governmental organism pre
scribed by that covenant they regarded as
securing tbe ultimata consummation of all
their far-reaching hopes and alms. In It
they defined and discriminated with an ac
curacy. Justness and wisdom unparalleled In
the annals of nations, the rights, dotlee and
powers of the people, the States and the nation
which were to be established and perpetuated
under this paramount charter and guaran
tee of an Indissoluble national Union. And
all the complications and peril which to
day environ tbe national peace aod life
have bad tbelr origin In early and later In
fringements of and departure from cove
nant contained la this Magna Chart of
national, State and Indlvldaal right la the
United Bute of America.
Its declared aim and ouroosss are to
form a more perfsct union, establish Jusllee,
Insure domestic tranquillity, provide for the
common oeience, promote sue general wei
fare, and secure the blessings of liberty to
ourselves and our posterity."
Every article, every section, every para
graph, and every line aye, and every word
In every Una in ft, from this preamble to tbe
close out. had these treat ohlect In view.
Ileuce. notblne In conflict or inconsistent
with the attainment of all or aoy one of
inese oojecis was consiasrsa ny msm to ne
In harmony with Its provisions, and they
mane it tnegrcat curaactena or national ana
Stat Ufa bv airlnr It th eal of their confl-
dence and their faith, and closing It with,
and subscribing their names to that memo
rable affirmation.
Thla Constitution. Bnd the Inwa nf lha
unitaa Biaiet wnicn snail be mad in our-
suanco thereof, aod all treaties made, or
which shall be made, under th authority of
the United States, shall b th supreme law
of the land, and tba judge In every State
aaaii oe Donna tuereoy, anyming tn tne con
stitution or laws of any Slat to the contrary
nuiWIIUaiBDUIDIC.
Nor was this alt. "The Senators and Ken.
reicniauvei, neiore mentioned, and toe
members of tbe several State Legislatures,
and all executive and Judicial officers, both
of the United States and of the several
States, ihatt os bound, by oath or affirmation.
U tup port tU Constitution."
Nor was this all. "The President (elect)
of tbe United States, btfore be enter on the
dutle of hi office, shall take an oath or af
flrroatlon that be will faithfully execute the
office of President of the United States, and
will, to the best of hla ability, preserve, pro
tect, aod defend lAU ConttUution of tht Uni
Ud StaU$."
Wbv all these oaths and affirmations so
carefully surrounding this constitution, bat
because In It Is th affirmation of all national
lawt Not the law of nations not tbe law
of England, or of France, or of Russia, or
of any cf the kingdoms of the Old World)
uur jet ma law oi DBiara or oi nations, as
laid down or expounded bvanv of the aairea.
eseaylats or commentators of ancient or
moaern times, out tub hitiokil law or
ina Unitid States or Aubkioi.
This new national law Is annouuesd la
thru several and distinct affirmations of It.
vlxt 1. Tbe law of the Constitution Itself.
3. The law ao enacted by the Congress In
pursuance of the Constitution. S. The law
as esiamianea dv tne treaty-maun tr Dower
of tbe United States, pursuant to authority
larlvA4 unit.. tH PAn.lltiillnii
Tbe first and nreat affirmation Is. Tnia
COMSTITTJTIOiClAaUOf tht tpprtnu law of tht
land paramount above all, U shall be the
supremo law. ij iiaeii, in. ubvii, oi men.
In all It part and provision It 1 declared
ana oraainca to do law, supreme law) and
(bat too prior to, and Independently of, any
enactment of tbe legislative branch, or any
decree of tbe Judicial branch, or any action
of the execotlve branch af the Government
which It ordains and establishes. All these
are but Ha agents and administrators, not
Its creators, aad all Its utterances are the
primal and supreme law to and over them.
Think then, reader, of this Constitution as
law, supreme law.
auprtmt, as comprsnenaing ana guaran
teeing the fundamental essence and the law
of tbe national life.
Buprtmt, aa comprehending, developing
and guaranteeing the fundamental essence
aod the law of State life, without which It
could hare bad no origin.
Suprtmt, alio, a comprehending tbe fun
damental condition and tbe guarantee of
toe union in ice law or Do(A national and
Biaie ure.
And furthtrmort ivprtmt, as contalnlsg
and developing the essence and the law of
civil and religious liberty, Justice, and equity
to the comprehension of all tbe people aad
owies oi tne union, wnose governmental
organism it has consolidated.
ucuvt, vviutrkrj tu. vr iu cuuuict wilu,
this supreme law of the land, there can be
no law. All that may be or Is called law In
aa piaces, au over toe iana, anywuere ana
everywhere, not la accordance with lta para
mount Jurisdiction. Is no law. For this con
stitution recognizes no legislation affecting
us aomesiie administration as law, unisss
made pursuant to Its provisions) and none
aa anecung lis foreign relations, unless made
undtrtht authority which It establishes.
In line. U alont U tht law which limits and
defines to tbe comprehension and observance
of all the people of tbe land, the relations, dn
tlss, powers aod prerogative of tbe several
Derailments of the Government which It
alone ordains aud establishes, whether Ex
ecutive, Legislative or Judicial. II, B.
L- I'iiii
Carrimccdj.
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llOIlkltT 11 OltAllAM,
, ,. u tiornor Rlelb and D atreeta,
Mft-St Pawlery 410 Ilfbta elreot.
'BTABLIBUID 1W33.
JOHN' McDEUlttOTT at UROS
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OAKItlAGK MANUrACTUHERS,
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for Kepalr, 0ierao or Oaaalaaloa are lateral,
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Billiard,.
NATIONAL BILLIARD
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Wasa-iterea Citv, rsk ti.uno. I
Tuesday, th 33d day of February, will U
observed as holiday.
A sufficient number of clerks will be kept
on duty to answer calls that may be made.
By order of the Secretary of Wart
Jonx Potts,
CMf Clerk.
Hew AdTertiMmenU.
F
R iALl.-OOOn WIM,. TIXTtTRB' AKD
oauma t a COHrtUitlOhlBt NT'""j
aaw Sola t flm-alaaa batlasaa,
atraat aad raaitrlTsnln aiaana.
i-aiBM tmtiaaaa, eini "
BOW dalaf b fd ttB-taaaa. Hot I h- old, aa tb
prnrrlaiaraiBilg WaaL CallatVlS F atraat.
fbTWl .
Orrn for ribt.-a tubruiibi host
VJU. PAKLOtt, Aral laar, wlik board for
two, bi Flfl? Dollars par maalk Ut. back par
lor, with bo-rd for twa, at lertr Pallars par
Moatk, aieiTD alrst,batwMB tlxtk aad I Sjv
salh. (aTt Si
GOOn riTARCR FOR AM ICITKKPRISlfia
bUSIRKB MAX. rka atoak, Ril'a sad
Kail willraarsl.elaaeSHOiaTUHB.ublUba4
r. m .-z. ri. j. :j.,i.i.:ii" n......
ao. m, bib. b aitvviwi bi ay Hirta v.ir-
tatifta llssaaa to salt for on yaar wllt.b td
abaap, fabU St
1?0 R SAL B.-A BAROAIW-A TWO
alnry aad btaaaiaat prai'ad brfak fraal
UOTJSB, aaalrally laid. Hall, gaa, watar. and
ratarala-at, Lot.SUslXI ab aotllay. Twa.
atarr Brick Horn a raar of lot Bailra praparlf
al ttt&M, asd la aw affarad at a llbatst dtdaa
lla.
Torwaarai S9,0 daws, balaica la 9, IS. IS.
aad SI niaalBc, sr will trade ta part tnt nttr prop
arly. Apply u J T. DTEU,
Raal Xatata tirokar,
, Rb S, ear. Tltt rtraal and LoaUlana ave.
faSl-tf IStar
UHITXD IT1TU PAT13T OFflCB.
WAaitaitroi, D,0 , rab.lS.1970.
. Ob tba pat I Hob of William uiaav Aaiva.of
Ilk aaa. Paw Tar k. prarlnf lor lha atUatlaaof
a fMant eraalad (o htm on iba 13ih dav of May,
M'A, aad ralaaaad on lha S'b day vt ROTStabar,
ISSt. fat bb iMprofamant In Laekai
ll ta nrdttraJ lhal Iba ti m-tnj 1b tba caao h
aloaa oa tho 13ib day of April ait, that tb
ttaiafar Sllaa arcamant naA tba Biamlaar's
Krtbo Uraiiadlit thatsd day of April nail, sad
at antd pailllvB bo hoard on tba I7ih day '
April ait.
Aay paraoa may pfoao tkla Mliuloi,
SMUkLrt.JlsnRR.
htt-Tot Couiinlaaltiaar of I'ftlonta.
UB1TBD STATES PATIBT OP FICI,
WAsaiffdTua, V. C . Vab. 18. 1870,
Ua tb lMlltloa of town sUoaa, of CbaUaa.
liaaa , prayla for Iba atlBloa of a patant
KraaUdiohiiaoataaUib day of Ut,r lMi aad
ralaaaad on tb la'h dnr of Huvaiabor, 1M1, for aa
tniprof anaal In Vonlllatlai tiaupar t-t Stavaai
ll la ordarad lhal lbatatlinny la tka oata b
aloMd on tb lffib day of April aazt, that lb
lima rorSllar nrKBtuaataaBd iba Bxatalaar'a re
port ba llmltod It lha JOih day of April Baal,
ad that aatd patltloa ba baard oa tho lib day of
bUyaait
Any paraea may oppoa Ibla SBtaaalAB,
8AUUKLH. FlSBIB.
fabSS-Tall Dnnalilir f Pmit
JEOPOIAL8 POX 1CB.
OrrtsaopQaitBaiLlcrBBiaTBaoiVT,
L
WliaK.Tn V.k ! ISM.
Fropouta will bo rocalyad for sapply aad
qaaatUlM, aadat aacb tlamaad placoa, as nay
ba rrqalred,
Btdawllt ba raaalvoi aalll llo'vlotk aooa. oa
tbo Uth of Mar.h, addraaiad lo Iba Oaaaral Hnpar
laladal of tb Traaaary Balldtaia, mar I ad
Prepoaala for lc." aadar oovor lo ibi aaratary
af tha Tranmry. and t ba anaaldarad bladla far
Bo dava aflar thai day, th Dapartaiaal raaaryln
tho rlaat to rajaal all or ny poritoa of Iba bldo ta
aalvad. Ro blda wtltbas3BUardbtBdlBf aalaiaaaita.
faaiory o1dnca en ba ilvaa of Ibo ability of th
partlaa to foiail tha oaniraat.
010. C. HIRI,
Ua Tl 0 naral flap't Traaaary Balldiaia,
BT
T REE.1 A WILI.UHM,
1 Auetlonaara'nBd Haat Kitata MrnVara.
R . IM aoBlbaaal soiaaf ol 8Tiaih aad O streets.
TBTTSTIB'I 8AL1 Or LllSt. FITBRITDRI.
" f.v.4 va ...B tn.h1 UW .4VVBD.
oy Tinnaai aaaao erirati tuna.
dalod Pabraary T, A. P. ISM. ndr,."aT
'aaoraaa la (battel retora sea, ffr
at Dnblla bbi1a. a im nranli.i. --' -m ml
P BID AT. tha IU day f March, A. D. 1STO, at
tum u,n nuun nvutii Ntiirni ranaiTiTBBia
nvaano and Twelfth atraat weal, lo thla aty. bar
la Tkre Taara to ran from lha flrilday af April
Bail, at the yearly root of yifaTaonaaad Dollar-.
Alto, lee hoaaahold Paraitare, Itovoa, Flzlaree.
aad affeeta of aald Hotel.
Tertaaaf aaia; One third esab and lb balance
at ais t4 twelve taealha, for wbleb Ibo ootaa of
the parahaior. baarla taUreat rrom the day of
ele.wlll bo lakea.aeeBrad to the aatUfaetloa of
the Traitee. Plto llaadrad Pcllara raqalred of
tbe parebntar nt tba tine of anlo.
All eovTalB( asd reveaae etnmps at tbeeott
f tkapBrcbnaar.
WILLI U F. UATTlNaLT,
OR Iff A WLLUIw7",li
feM CbroaftStar Anatloaeara.
Printers
d aiBBONaaoa
" JOB FSB
l7ir,nM.ATMa. Mk ridhiwr Iltt It.
J.O. I. flOIIII..... BlTIBH'llTei.
COHmilOBtM . H.IHT08H,
PRINTERS,
Woodward Bnlldlnr, aortb eldeof PannrlTaala
nveaae, between Teeth and Eleventh etMeU.
Book, Job. and Kewarapor prlatlaf prjptly
eteenled. eeJ7-&.
Mifl.Jiti.
M tstvtiU
a CORNER
rtaniylraoli Iveint ud EJtrtBli Etiut,
(Otw Kohl. BL.th.ri'. BlM.,
j. SKKMD FLOtll,
VtrjaL0?O3BC3EJS.
A WBtplaloaaeoilmeal of
W A T C II E B .
by all Iks reliable makers of London. Capeaasiea,
aad Geneve,
Alee, all lhadlffereat itylesof i
AMKRI0AK WATCD.E3
at greatly ridneed raUa.
11. W. GILT A IIUO., JetveUra,
1107 reoneylranU avnu,btwa Kiev
nth and Twelfth streets. febJl
BEIDAL PRESENTS.
:.
8TKUUNQ BlIaTKK WARK,
RICaTARU FAN0T QO0D3,
TEARL AND DIAMOHD JEWKLIIT.
Alae a eeaeral aaiortneat of saw aal liaat
food, dcalgned eipeelally for
DRIDAL PRESENTS.
IX. TT. OAI.T V llROM Jewelers,
1IB7 Pennsylvania avnu, between Elev.
oth aad Twelftk streets.
faUl
novrr iiAitnr.ia,. lVAGons,
It nai.iii.i-.m. .i.
IbaTaoBbsBdalarfeaaaurlrneatofaoveraneat
touda.BBab aa Wheal aad Team Haraaae. haaey
Kld1n UrlA aa. ll.rM,. H.l.r.ir... Ti.li...
UoabfesadSlBile Helae. '
ni.iriraMI1afB m nna.HWk.aaaa.
Aad other Toole, Bellow. AaelU. Vlaaa, Horao
ai4 afnia iIia.i niAAi n i .. d.i. a. m
andaeiond-band.
GoTernnaeni tiotlilng, lioota,
NliAa. !,
Farmer aad otbera will do wall U eiamlaenty
Bttiflk bafdra bnraaa.laa .I. k...
. E.-B... Iro. M.i.i.. ,.; uk.. I. a
.k.ig.ri)rfw.4i.
K. . ATIIKKI.Kll,
..... S.Tlitb ilrMl .a. bud ltrld..,
hU-lf B..Ui tit.
SpecialNotice.
Tbe riltaaas of tho Dlatrlet are reapeUBlly la
for mad that
ROBERT FULTON & CO.,
ii ihih iimn,
Utw..a D itrct ad r.anilrtal. ...au.
H.T. l.M.Ur a4. !. lit urunulUlH
L0AHINQ MONET
ov
M.r.ta.Bdl,. .r nrr D.i.rlpll.n
.r ti.
LOWEST RATI).
ICm OF l.UODlHDOTIliTIM FIKOUT.
nf.i.f.r"' " 0M,n" L" 0,t,tia
N0TI.0lI""AI,WJ,.,S,, "BHTIDTP TBI
IaIa Ina nf lltT I. A. tiit tar a . i ' t l
muaudj. Mil .T U. K.ik .id i.ll...rr Blor.
! .I.''.1UD " .'"m."!, ...
f?,, !lU ?? ?.0' '' " 1.1 .1 April.
1ITU. . knirU. Ik. O.I.. Mil k. ,1.... u ..ll
J"'- i. ,. K1LII, AMlf .M
BpiaUl Hotlce,.
TTIIID IOWA nKPVBLlOAlf A.
930 MOCIITIOH will h.ld . b.l.. mmiiid,
TBI, (TUUOAT)villa, .1 tlM .Ink.
.1 Llkrtr H.ll. ..F.f .f ,.T..th ... I. ilrttU.
A '"'"""l- "Vrrdwrr. r,..u..t.
CBAS. n. FtSTCns, SeereUry, It
rar
GTioc
wmcon.iii mcpunLKiAi, a..
ii?I.TIUH HOCUILI.-Tk.i. VU1
O0UBll.fU.WlM.ul. a...MI... ...
eaeiaiion at narnioB'ai nan, ivvj.vni.v n a.r.. v
Mltaa Hel.JLo TUSSDjt, iviBIHO. Fob
rasrytl, 1870- Ttakata of sdmla.loa SO ceals, t
be obtained f any member of the aoelatlea,
y IB HI D, BAHKOB, Froaldeat.
ALLItf A. OBAttT.BeareUry.
t-TTT- OUIOIPI At. FonrtTii WAItD
HIpnBMGAMOI.DB.-AmeetlnKofth
roe rib Ward Repabltea Clab will b beld 11 tb
Chamber of Iba Board of Aldennoa oa WIDNIB;
DAT BrBEtlMO. Febrsary , al T JO o'elock. A.
Rrom pi atleadsaee la rnaeaUd, ae baalaeas f
nportaaee will eomeriaf-re lha mtlnf.
J. II. CKAMB, PrealJeit.
fibtllt (Star aad Rawa.1
fcafy of the Dlatrlet of (Jlombl.-Tha raialar
monthly tne-ita of tbe national Madlcsl borlaty
wtllbe held TIIlBtTJ18DAT)IVBBinO,al tlW
o'elock, ai tbe realdeaeeof the Baerettry, 1'4I
new Terk aveBae, earner of Tblrtaoatheireel A
taper a BelapelB raver," will ba read by
'r, JobaO. BtepbenaeB
0. ADAMS 0 BAT, U. D.,
It Beeretnry,
rrTT-IM AOCORDAROB WITH TUB
K3bv reaal nf the panhe aanarally, the Gea
art aad Biblblitoa of the Babbtlh ficbMlof th
Fifth Uantltl Chereh wth bo rp-a(ad WEDNES
DAY lyiMIBO aezl, the a 3d Uitaal, la tb
Leelare Boom of the Chereh dlfle. oa D etreel
aoBth.belweea rer.aa4abalfaad Blzthstreata,
eommeaatef at To'eltKk --.-.-
JOHH If. ItBIfDKRBON,
It 8 a par Intend eat.
-"
iiRLMtcic aiiiVnn Mimna
OF OOLOHADO,
OrgBMlmed Ifevemater S3, HOT.
Flodo'sik) nowian, FreaUeat.
WiiLiiH HsLuica.Treiarer.
It. H, Roa, Daeretary.
Have on exhtbltloa spoclmea Ores aad Itlver
uur, irn iniir mi aaa.
4VA llmlUd nmonal of Ihe Bleak of the Com
pany for aale, atprlaea that will pay largely nana
Orriom B0 3 Bevaalh street, 1b tb Booms of
nan Keai, stay UBiidiai
febSMm It. H. B088, Beeretary.
tyryr oldkit innABlTANTS. -Af
l3 CAaOII'S BALUOn, on tVaaaJaitoa'e
Birthday, al 1 o'eleek r. m , Ike aital iaa(la
of tka AaioaUtiaa will ha aald PfaoaadLnaa In.
isrotilac aad bnalneta of liapftfUnee, Meatbers
arernaia io aiiea paneineuy, an tne piv
tlereapeetfaUy lavliH .
JOUB CARttOLL BRBBT,
fall'St Utiordla Beereiery,
a3T""wOTlClC TO THIS VOTKKI OP
ftC OlUKtKTOWn -The Jodlaa of Bl-e
tioa rer ineeiiy or uaorgetowa win beta ieien
at Market Uonao Hall oa WKDIKSDAY aad
THUBBUAT.PakraarylMaad Nth, from a m
tain, aa . a.ait rraaa S b aa ta ID tn. aarh dav
for the pnrpnae of eorroatlegtbo pell Hale. Aa
thla will eloie tbe eeeiloa for railairalloa Vetera
will fovera IkemaelV'a aoeordiaair.
J. II. flRtVftAB,
k a lUMtyox.
aiOBta r. coAKLir.
febSl'lt Jed tee of Bleetloa.
trsuounr.B-Tiiu nkwtuuu
Vaa- RIPOBLIOAM AHlOCUTina Wlllhttld
BMoelableoa WIDS19DAT ETSHIHO, IhoSSd
inil.Bt. la I.lh.ilT Hall.
Uambareof the Aaaaalatloa will bertqalradl
now inair aiamoarvBip variiuaaiaa n, miiBgri
,! iqnm will vifin aauw idhii laTiiauaai
Kiuuitii van vm nam vj warawara vbii, if m
only, by an
aaara, 431
plylni
Beran
ng io ino roBniii'i : u, it
mr. Baaunil Auditor atHaa W
a Raatlal, (Inaa.amaal frinlU. nMa.i fl H
DaTla. Lead eQee, aal J. H Pal rial, r-tulva
offleo. A. At. CLAPf.
i. a, Pivatca, l'realdanl.
Beerelaiy. fell-Si
-ttt6kfickoftiih RKWJKHIIKY
3& motoal Lira insuuabci cum-
PABT, 151 Market itret,
DlWltl. Hnf. SD, IBS
Tfatlula karahw alwaa that JliHMT l.iatlTBR
I the only aatborliad Ageat of our Com pa ay la
niiniiwiiii iami ua i mo omiy vnocoaitnia.
atuaad 1a aallaat laa aaak aak.aaaata aa lam.
appoint to doao.) Premlama oa pollelea aad te-
aipia nil low piipuia,
BraasB OMeei Mo, Mill t atraat, WaablaxieB,
D.O. CUABLE9C, LATUKOp,
ilS-o4fta Tlco PrealdaaL
rJi oppibsciia' pat" accounts
VEJ Caabedby J. a.BQUIBR. Uuaay Broker,
Bo. 14BO r etreet, aear D. B, Traaaary.
febtl-Ba
-TTtiPitiovAf.- nn. v w. &tvr.
USf TIB'S urriCB will baronfUr bo al 111
ttalreet, aorthwoat, betwaea BeTOnih and Blghih
iinii. nnioiin aa ninwnn.iin w airea.
aortkweal. (Cbrea. aadltar.J fabl-lf
t2T
on ic at ni.uisiiin iw
HEALTU. aad wo earoeally adelno aay of
taatllatanf Praf Lira a-. 3JI P...i,l.i.l.......
Wo firmly believe thai hoeancare agresl aaaay
eaaee that bare fun ad bo relief elaa where. B e baa
rMaatly fitted an at rreat eipeaao. ealeadld
Bleotro Uagaeilellolaad Cold Air Halb, by rneaaa
of wbleb he la ara pared to Ireal ell ehreete dU
eaaea. aad wUlgnaraata great relief and a ear
la all eareble eaaee. He aaa a aaparat daart
mealforladhee, fel If
fr-TSr-BUKI. 1IAI.I., 14-al X STIIKKT -ta
The eeeoad Maaloaof thlaatheol wllleem.
naae Febraary Bin. fab7 Sw
r-
PKNNIKS, AND TIIIIBB., AND
riVE (JE.ir PlBUBieacbaagod for an r-
reacy at th Hifvbucab usieo.
febB-if
t3ff-r,
PE It SONS HIDKDTRD TO THIS
ta lha aatalanf Wii r. HiitH'u... vin
nd a Btatamaat of thalr laJahtaXaaaa at (.. &li
tinea of baalaeaa. en Ninth etreet, aad Wa? F.
bstts Is anihorlml toree-tpt for the elalmaoa
K "?. t""'1 FabrBary after whleh time
ty wul bo giiea to a attorney for oollectlo.
JanTl-oodlm J, H. CK08MAlt, Aa.ltaee.
7T"NOTICB TO BUDBCIllBKItSTO
IdO tha NATIONAL ItLIMIllLKIAN
fat UCUUUUTUWK ftMel tte Flrot
Ward, The rooU heretofore eeryed by Mr.
Themae Oliver, eomprlalag tbe eity of George
tow a aad that part of the eilr of Waahlagtoa wee
of BevoateBtb alreat waat have baea transferred
by him to Mr. J. W. Bell, who will oolleal from
tbe aama from the lit day of Fsbrnary, 1870. All
moaoy dne prior to that data will be Ueied by
Mr, OUver. febl-lf
-rgrNOTICR to nunaouiHKitA TO
yQr TiK ,'KBPUBL10AHlia TUB FIFTH
ABO SIXTH WABDH.-Th roBlea heretefor
eerved la Ihe Fifth aad btitb warda by Mr. If, Da-
TiiiBitniii tranaiarrcu oy aim io ur. Ui
r-r-C OUUllLIN'S DHUU BTOItK,
W oppoolto Masoala Temple, Draga, Aledl
ataea, ,, 4e., hoaper tha aay ether plae.
Irt? TRACT or HEAT eeenree great eeoeomy
aadooBToaleneeta boeaekeaplac aad exeelleneo
laeeoklng. Bono geaalae wllhoat theetgaataro
oi oiroi iiiaoia. mo iaeator, aaa or nil rettea.
JiiiiaaH a lum,
1B3 Broadway, Bew Terk.
CST'
BWKKTIUCAHTS AND W IV KB.
B.SATB FOR TOOITO MBIT. a Blngl aad
Wedded Ufe-ihedaaiere of Cellbacy.aad thejers
of trae Marriage with aaaitary aid for Iboae who
are la aay way an fitted for mairlraoatal hirplnaaa,
Seairree.taaaeledeavelopee. Addreae, HOWARD
A880C1ATIUW, Bex 1, PhladelphU, Pan aay I
vaala. Jan-lm
tar1
UCTY COUHT, WASIIINOTON
curJMTY. ii n . nriTiiHKRo. imn
Tkla Coart bavlaa-Jaamad It naa'aalaa In tha
pnblle UleraeU to opea a bow road la tbo eoaaly
of WaahlaatoB, D. O., toeonaeel wltb lb bandy
Springa road from tbe DUtrlct lias to tateraeel tbo
left fork of tbe Hack Creek Chnreb road, and nla
to chance a portleaof th left fork of tbe Rock
Creek Chorea road through tb laadaof Meaara,
Cekarald, Barraad O rammer, aad baying eeae4
tboaamato boaatyaye4 bylnecenaty aaryeyer,
sad a plat of tb same prepared aad filed la Ihe
offleoof tho eletk of tble eonrtt all peraona later.
ated ta aald roada, or either of them, and who
may have any objeetloaa thereto, are hereby aotl.
a iv pia.aa, mm vujaciioBa o inia eOOTt BI
nair 1111 rai
Mareh neat.
will then nnd there bear than.
By order of U Lvy Ooart. Alleati
feft-UwIw WICU'S GALLAK, Clerk,
-T31lI
ftra OIL, with bypo-pbovhlM or Lime, a
front Improvement! mad wltb tba beat ell kaowa,
t Bailee eneaey with pleaaaal layer aad eaay
v.B--..v.,f , avia vw .111.. ni.vi, D(iiiiik.
- .. J. MILHAO'BbOHB.
Biin-Hwii im jtroaaway, new sera.
ar-MILllAU'lOOLDKNCOULIVHR
Ls2r ulU, pare ad reliable, obtained from
fraah and healthy ilvera, and nnaarpaaaed by any
yet prodaoed. bold by all reareotabia draggtata.
M. . ,' i. MILHAlf' afj!iB.
oetSMswtf 1B3 Broadway, Bew Tork,
3JVT" . OAKUr-A Clirgyinafl, Willi
K" aaUlag laBoBth AuarTra aa mlaaloaary.
laeovoiadaaafeBdalmpla remedy for theenre
or Bervoaa W eakaaaa, Rarly Deeay, Dlaeaae of
the Urinary and tUmlael Orgaaa, aad the whole
Irala of dlaordera broagkl oa by baaeral and
Vlflflfka h.Kit. II .AB, ..Hh.,. t. . Bm ...- -.J
by lhl aable remedy. Prompted by a dealre to
beaellth anileted aad aafertaaate, 1 will aead
Ihereetpefor preparing aad alag tale medicine,
la a aaaled elope, to aay oaa who aead U, Pas
orsiaaos. Addroaa
t, to nan,
New York City
ar-if-A torpid VMnryaar aiu.
B tlmee, wltbeaiaay aaalgaabla came, lb
r-. .B .III1 Skill lta iniw.I.IBt
raegelurpor fella alike. a tbe body aad Inter
leet There la Utile or a tin I a. porhape. bai tbi
natoral vigor and olnatlcHr of the nervoaa aad
maaealar ay ate to aeemato have departed, and aa
ladlfiereaee to the pleaaarea of life, aad even of lta
grave recpoaalbllltlae lakea th place of Ibat eara-
til Inter eat la both which charaeUrlsaa every well
a la aead mlad whaa la a healthy eeadllloa, Thla
elate of partial eollapaa laoftea Ik premnaltory
aymploma of aonie aertona malady, ll tadlaalaa
uiiiiHMii un tilftai ptvariart laagaiafe.
lag aad need a atl mat tul Inancheeaea tbeaffacl
rarawdoaeaof Uoijf hTTIK' BTOMaCM BIT
TlttBIa woadarfally beaeflalal. Tho graat loals
wakaa an tha iriUn fTuaa lta dnwu Tk.i.au.
Iloas aad the olrealatloa reoatvaanew Impeiqi,
Tbo relaxed aarvearcewer tbelr elaatlally andcr
thsoperntlona of lha apeelnc,llko the elaekaaad
etreagtkof amaalcal laatramaallB the prueeaaof
taalag Lethargy and debility are replaced by
energy aad vigor, Ihe a pi rile rlae, aad life that
tiajaiianawi unreal, waiietae aenaaa Oi aepree.
bIob lae!ed,beoemaoooe more eaiay able That anch
eJ by a remedy
aatlroty devoid of tbe po werfnl alkalolda aad mla
orals ao often. ire! y aad la modera practice, may
aeeailaeredlbla to ibuae whopla thalr latlh oa the
medlalaal eBlcaer of aellva polaona. bat if tbeae
akeptleawUl Uke lb tronble t lauatre of thoae
who have leetod the eorreetlv aud alterative
vlrlflaaoltho BITTER aadar tbe elrCBtnaUaaea
deaerlbed, they will Bad lb statement lo be true.
faH-elt
8 tore , Etc ,
JkKPAlIU FOR lirOVKS. IIANOKH,
DOTD'B SJTOVB VAAtoIIY.
41 Ml NTH STHKUT. '
BitWMn Daa4 fc,.
BKIBO KAMI ABD BUMBSR IIP STOl
Biiuiht iu4
irM-hf 4t Iflabh Sieeoi. beeweoa D and E
OODaULIH'B DRDOtTOEE, 0PP0B1TB
tUsont Tenpt. Fjeek i 1c4sUhIv4 Iwlo
WI,tA Seats gdi kipt.
OrocBrles.
ELFHORZO YODRGS & CO.,
GROCEKS,
354 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
COR. FOTm-AND-A-HAXT ST.
SUGARS.
BeatH
fivf.
Iff Va,V Vraiiifa.
f, Powdered and Oraaalated, 10 teal.
araa. Ilnaata.
"I" do, (White, aad commonly eld as Vast
'A,' lfX ala
Browa, 14 and IS eenttt beat 11 seat.
TEAS.
aaBoawdar. Janaa. Oal
Braekfyt, Aa., all grade act price, goaraateed
ae iw n ae aay aona ioe city.
COFFEE.
J ATA ofaoleeat Old Ooverameal,roaited .. 00 Mnta
t. " ' greea..,.SSeeata
. ("Oanntne") reaated,,., adnata
o. f'lieal"l do eJeeats
). (Pars,f) do ,, dftoeal
po. ("aeaal") greea Slemla
R U , to f Ace at
Do., reaated SStoSrioeata
MAHACAIBO, fiaeallatboetiy .U tenia
Three ktadaeombt aed, roaa ted-eomel blag
decidedly rich. Try ll 40 seats
OarCoffeaate Boaled Freth every dey r two,
aad wo Urladtbeaa for oar taetomir WITHOUT
BXTRA CI1ARUB.
SYRUPS.
Itewart's Silver aad White Drlpa, aad ether
kraadi, which eaa ealy be arprtoletcdby xu
lalng prlee, qvallty aad layer.
MOLASSES.
ILOUR.
Welch' beet Family 91.31 per sack.
Choice Family .! per aack,
Obele Exna l.MT per aack,
Beod 1,70 par -,
Hear at BJMrpirbbl.
SOAP.
Several brands of C. B. Jewell', aevr-ral brands
fB.T. Babbit', Bnbblne' klaelile. Keys' Tal
lew, lafaellweBty.flveklad or more, all at th
toweatprleea.
PRUNES, FIGS,'
m. Paper Shall Almeida, ai
APPLES.
Btvsral ebeUe Tgrletlea, by tb barrel orbnabel.
POTATOES.
ESvvral aheloi yarlatUa, by tb barrel or bnsbel,
BUTTER.
Pertlcaler attention given t tble one article la
ar Trade, aad we ar constantly anpplled wltb a
cboleo article from Hew York BUt.
lafaet viealveoarepeelalaad aadlvldad attea
ea to the
FAMILY TRADE,
aal make 11 oar whole etady to foralen fb VERT
BR4T of everything la the way of Family hnpplle
Ceaerally, Onr faailitlee for baying are oorpaeeed
y none, aad wo go ara a lee t eell ae low aa any
ether hoaie la the city i aa aim lo give the arllele,
aiaallty and a. nan ll ty aa repreataUd. pleae give
aalaglelilalatleaa.
ELPH0NZ0 YOUNGS & CO ,
onocEiis,
31 PENNHT1.TABIA AVENUE,
COKRItt FOUB-ABD-A-nALF BT.
JatStf
Wood and Coal.
WOOD AND COALk M
LTkaaiValltySaftntd A eh l(il
KeeioS Maanlaln Wtill Aeh tJK)
LrhteneVeklle-NMtVoeiroriora
.fagOlery atovea,..., ...,, O.OO
WttTta Aeh Mat Ual tor Harulng
ilrr BSoto 7, B.OO
B.B40 POUNDS TO THE TON, DEI VEHKD
ltf ANY PAItT OP TUB CITY
AT THESE PHIUES.
Havlsgreoaattypnl apafaeblaaryexpreealy for
eawlag aad plurfag wood drlvea by HARRU'
eel ah rated PaUnt Rotary Baglna,themoel eooaom
If1.1?." wf ' sawed aad aplll wood al
tbefellewlag Jewprlteer
Pin Wood, sawed aad aplll so deelrad.... T.0
Oak Wood, aawed aad split aa dealred. .... 8.BU
Orders aellalled from aay part of the ty at tbeae
pile.
Ta BDW. Cf.AIlU at CO.,
Wharf papot and Bleam MUlfeotef Fourth atreel
aati Breach Yard Virginia aveane asd AlaU
etreei aaeU fablf-lw.
CAVE TOUR nONKY.
UONTINUED IlEDUOTXON' IN PHIOE OP
WOOD AND COAL,
la order to redae r preaeat etoek f Wood
'l!,V5l wawonld inform oar Meade aad lha
,,.BbLl,l1f ?". . will offer oar preeent
etaek of Waad aaJ (nal i!IIK a fait it... ... ...j
i- utzi.t..iz.mz."r?' --.-.---' .-.-
ta waaBingtOB. Thoo wno woald eavo their
nosey abaald eall withoat delay, Boraeuber tho
plaee, eoraer of Blatb atteet aad Hlaaoarl avenue.
WM.1I. JAHl'rtEl.l.Aau-f,
Cor, Blath etreel aad Mlaeearl aveane, oa eaaal.
fei-eotf
WOOD AND COAL
GREAT REDUCTION IN
PBIOE OF WOOD AUD COAL.
IaerdertoclosOBtonr preseal heavy stock of
wood and Coal, wo nave this day redocd oar
prtaea W the following ratea ,
f'f"
IB Va.llav.nar Inn .f 4 tlAn.ni.Ja
10 00
no
iu
u'mA a.fc I. '.I
WblleA.h,
O beat o at, "
Plae Wood, pereerd
IO
Hickory Wood, per nrj, a l
UL.UASUM dk ULUNir,
0' street wharf, Waiblngton, H. 0.
JairgAavMt187Q. )a.lm
GREAT REDUCTION
IN PRICE OF COAL!
WE?.1.'" tFk""'s Vsll Red Aah.
1,000 ton beat Quality Whit Aah.
Th Baderalgied, la ordar lo aloao oal thslr
heavy winter atock, will, from this date, eell at a
nr at redaction oa rarrnarrrleaa.
Oak, Hickory, aad Baker's Pin wood, sawed
aad aplll Kindling, Ae., sonataaUy oa bund,
TAllltN.
aSeatb A atreel. be twee a First aad Beooadata.,
VV' "I'll bviib at ai raal, DeiweWB MI
aad Bevealh atreeta, Wavy Yard.
WI ILIAK H BARB0TJB & CO.
rriJIF. MAUIC WA-IIIINU MA CHIN E.
X Warraoted to lire aatlifaatlan. lrla
911 The money paid for them will beroturaedlf
,u. w hub aia ihmi. vmtaiavtifio
JUI1N A, I1AHRB,
Agricultural Warebouae,
.. . Loulalaa avenie,
falS-eolw Belweea Blatk aad Teeth eta.
GARDEN SEEDS!
CATALOGUES NOW flEADY.
100 DAEEEL3 EAELY
ROSE POTATOES.
lAUDKETH'S EXTBA
771 ,H.X"Sr 3F3nVS,
A.lB.ii'.th.rT.rUU,,,
KAELY VALBHTIHE BEAHB,
l.d m.sr otbar T.rt.ll.,.
CABBAGE, BEETS, OAIIROT8,
KOO rLANT, LETTUCE,
ONION BETS, 4c.
SEED OATS, HEED CORN,
OBAI3 SEEDS, Id fnU.npplT.
CLOV1R, TIUOTHf, OKCIlARD,
HERD'S, BLUE ULASS,
WHITE CLOTER, &.
UWfl GRASS, FLOWER SEEDS.&C.
OARDEN AKD HORTICULTURAL
TOOLS, In full Hock.
UOES, RAKES, TOOLS,
SPADES, DRILLS, Ac,
OUANOS AND AGRICULTURAL lUTLI-
MENTS, In full lopplr.
FLOWS, TLOW CABTINOli, CULTITA
TORS, Ao.
JOHN A. HAKEIt,
Lnl.tu. .n.i Kl. KIM tl IU.
...M-W.W
Orocerle-
AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,
. 1418 and 1420 Pa. Ave,
a- -N
Opp. TflUarda Hotel.
TEAS! TEAS! I
takaa la aeenrlBg tbe be-l aad taeet layered
Teas, keeping 1 view for oar snalemeta
ECONOMY AND HEALTH.
SAVE BO Cent. I'lilt rOUHD,
AU t.M irrr..t,i t. dr. .Mif.tti...
COEEEE
aDunja-aR-TMiaiNri?
SiMelal atlaetlon la eteaa la thla Ttanarlmaal.
aad Ibo roaettag of ear owa Coffa glve ae aape
nor advantage, as wo a "Hyde's Aroma
Bating" t'offa Browner, aad waer aaod ta
roaatlaf, thereby aavlag ibo eontnmer IS per eeat.
FLASTATION CEYLON.
W call yoar klleatloa I lb above CeftV, It
being aoperler to Mhata Saver and atriagtk.
PltlOB XilflT,
Qrttn, Xottd
Plaalatlon .... 40cenl JHleente
JavalgenalaatieveramaBt) ' l "
Java. (Cayloa BY ' 40 '
Itarlcabo.. 30 ' .11 "
Lagnyra BO " 33 "
Bio, 93, aa, 30 aad 33eta.
Ttotels, rsatsarsotaaad boardtng-houiekeepere.
wboaaolargaoeaatllleeof Cc-ffe, eta conemlt
In tht article by ualnt oar FRBNC1I BRBAK-
FABTCorFBB. PrleeiOoeBtaperpoaad,
SUGARS.
rnllar'a" alattrataJ
llavcymcrs fc Bldar'e 1
aad llraaalalait.lfl t
A" Coffee, boat Bew York, IS eta.
Bet Dnrnarara bagar. 1 1 rta.
Porto Klee lagar, ABH913 ete.
FLOUll.
Welch Flenr. beat. 19 91 per sack
Carroll Maaor Floor, r ill.
Slrkvllle ramlly,a..
1,000 lha. UrabamFloar This Is greaad from
elected wheat.
Oat Meal, Crerkd When!, Rise Fleer, Bets lay
Orlta, Farina, Whit aad Yellow UeaU
CANNED GOODS.
BOOdoi. resebea.
tHMldoi, Corn. "Oorbarn."
IMH dot, Totnatoea, ,coralaa,"
U1MJ dos. Aapararn, Peaa, Lima Beans, Lobatcr,
Bvery variety of Canned Oeodo alwaya ea bead,
and al very loweai prleee.
inrouTisn iiTjxirniEM.
011a, (Brandenburg Freree.)
oila.fBartoa fc Qaoli-r. )
ItallaB,fBlelBoaCa t
Caper. (Lonll FrereafcOe.)
Chow Cbow, lroa fc Hlaekwall's,
Caatoa Olaeer, Cbow Chow,
NardiBe, iBonelaaa.)
Hauoa of every deaertptloa,
Cnrrle Powder,
Pcotch Marmalade,
Maeearonl and Vermtsella,
Ollvea, "Oneea,"
laglaaaaadfeythiUla,
Coa'aQeiatlaa,
SDHDRIES.
CboeolaU, pramlam, naker'a,M
lo. do. 'Uallard'a,"
Extract. BaraMt'e. Labia's,
Bage, Thyme, AUioram.
BAT LEAVES, IHISU MOSS,
SriOES.OIIOOND AND wnoLn,
OOLOATCS TOILET SOAPS.
WINES AND LIQUORS,
A l.rg. ,...tHr .f Uo, rteh ..4 ....U..I
OAHFOHHIA WINES
Ja,tr,MlT.i. p.rellpp.r,lilp,U.rrK. Rlfn."
Al,. . eonplaU u,.itm,.l f
IUPOKTED WINES AND MO.VRB.
MALAOAdltAPES M
HAVANA OUANUE3 M
TEAS.
(laapowder,ai.BO. Sitra Veil $1 TB,
Imperial. S. Bat ftU.
Japaa, aacolored, 1.10. BeetflVIB
YonagUyaoa. It.Bl.tSt. bet. 1 50,
Solan. Black, VUo,, tl Batl 49,
ngllahtlr-nkr-.it, il. Rtl,B.
Uyaoaa.lKfo, 1. Baattt.aS.
AU Teas warranted to glvosatlsfactrsa.
SYRUPS.
s Pltmoad, eeualte honey. 8)1.00,
SBTto Kleo HMaaiee. T9.
aw Orlaana Mule, new rp, 81,
I very grade of Helasaes.
fJeod a delivered free la every part f Waahlng
ton aad Oeorgetowa. ja
NEW VOniC IIUTTEU,
Several Dairies f CHOICE MEW TORK BUTTER
"PICEll'H lltiriKK NTUUR,
ninth Htraet, bttwtau U -atnd P.
Dealera aad CoBamera (applied with say qbbb
Illy dealra t. lMcaa alwaya the lowcal, jaall
Clioico Imported Luxuries,
CONSISTING OF
Roquefort Cbeeae. Preach Peaa, lfaabrooma,
Arparagas, jtrlna Beaa. Btaff"d Ollvee. Oam
PalUe, Patodo fol Ore. Black Traffeo,
Bonoleaa dardlaee, Aochovlee, Potted
af ante, Cspra,QBea Ollvea, 8a ueee,
CaUape, Pjoeerved Fratte, Jel
lies, and tb Flaeal
Engllitt Breakfast and Jspaitse Teat,
ALIO,
Tht Clsbrated Quaker Soap Balls,
Wltb a Large Aaaortmest of
CHOICE rAMlXT UROCKBIES.
I reapeetfally sollell a share of Ihe pablle Patrta
age, guaraateolag allr aatlafaetlea.
W1 w. ii. HQnmr.fi,
ji.i . iPSf.'1? MV AHtettOB Hotel,
delT-tf Bortbweat rjor. 1 and Fifteenth afreet.
W.J. REDSTRAKE,
unoCKBY AMD TAUIETT UTOBE,
No, 90S Raw TorU avonwe, Cosaar af
sartS-tf Hlalls atraot.
Bobatio Baowiiva, ALraavs Mibtv.
IIROiTNING A MIDDLKTOW,
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL OROCEEI.
ASD DSALiaS II
TEAS, WIRES, WUI8KT,
OIQA&S, TOBACCO, 40.,
At lb Old Eland of
an a- "una Piurn a nn
W? PrBBfvlvaela avsnao. Opposite Alelropo'liUa
Hotel, waahlnglow, P. u. feVeolf
Fawn Brokers.
faoTiBLtsBBD iaoa.)
BetwBFoar-aad.a-bair aad Sixth atreeta. (Im-
mediately la rearof Batloaal Hotel. )
Honey loaned lu all en ma oa Walehea, Dl.
moada, Jeweirv, bllverwar. Wearies Apparel,
Ihe uoal Ijbeial term gaaraaUed For fair
..5IiaBdiUrslmeBl refer lo aay reeldealof
thUeliynol connected wltb any almltar eaiab
liahmeatlalhoelty. Bew aamber, 4a. felO-lf
475RS475
BTJRNSTIHE'S
LOAN OPPICK,
No. 47SThlrle.nlbNlr.t. third a..r
oatu of Ponn. Av.nne.
MnjIEI L01NIDo."iii. loa.H ...I.o,,,,.
'?;!"!,"'.' ' fi.o.. IT.r.ll.r., L.dlM'
ll.i 1 B lppMtl ' .U.rlP-
Ild'OOLD AD IILTI. BOnoBT. mrlttt
FalnU, Oil,, &c
BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS.
AtUBtlo ta aalled t my stock of
PAINTS. OILS, GUSS. &e.v
Wbleb 1 am Afforlag special ladaaemeat for eaib,
Alao. dealer la
Co Oil. Lampa. Oblmaeya, Wleki, Aleohol,
OIaTarpeolte, llriabsa,
lioata, Ac.
I,. HAHTIIV,
If. 310 0 street, and 5H Lonlalana avaaue, bet,
fllith aad Seventh eta,, under 8to Boaee,
Plumbing and Oai-Fitting,
BROWNE &POWEE,
rrcuiiuus aicu oAH.rirrEBJi,
AID DBALIBS II
Uns-1'lxtures,
Ho. 483 If lath i
If lath street, be twee a D aad IHreete,
i ageat for MoU' UUb rated Tabalai
igee.
aTNot agei
Ovea Itaagee.
Sewing Kftchincs-
pARlIAS'MUKWa-AMILTIIKvTIflU
HAOIIIHE,
Tba UUat lmrovd Maehtaa la U Market. Look
Utah, btralaht Keedl. hUreM, darabUi eaey ta
lu mayamaaUi Makes eretk oa ovary de-
"? VI SVtV v .7: " rarff.V.H
y vatma. ...wii trrnin m (
ftP
I'-"
AmuMnenU, Etv
V-ATlOltXL THEATRE.
uapvatjiBaTnimMallir 1
PARfPA EOSA
OAKt,E0IA,O,D.lltM h C., Proprist
ulreetor.
Pj-DJ1 Y1VO, BBalaoea bfaaager.
-.-." isCKBOH. Btate Hanagar.
IT'HtfinTB tNh 1 tllTINtl
,, Commeeelng MOHDAT, rebr'aary M. I
With Vf alleors beautlfal aad pornlar ODera. I
va ad rale rtlhlTa FT, wita una i
atllH. UKKtnn vr inittTi riWDilrnia
,i.rLV',P,f.,e,- B- & ClMl'BlLL. Ill
uvnnii,iii oinora
UOBBBCIOr. MH. U1HL KUI1.
TUIIpATf Feb. t9-D0niMIiIT GIRL.
real aaaoeaa.
u OS WIONKSDAT.
"oabo ."..:..:;...v.r.:ii6cnzEiTl
Sccsrved l-sli In Orebeaira, S3 Hi 1 Par. I
Quffo, tli i&reai Circle. SIM XJml.elo. l,
Balcoay. 7Seate Oallery.M eeatei Holes. 4)' '
f"J" ' e-ais for Ihetral three algbie beglail
invniv.i j u i all a TO I m UO 0,1
QK1ND UONOKBT,
A flrasd Concert will be given at
ODD M .LOWS' BALL, (Vsvy Tail,)
0 HO a DAT aVlSIflO, T.broary 13. at J
o'sioci, py
PKOr.J. ESPUTA.
TklsfiOeeatsi Chlldreabalf prlee, Beaerved.l
leataueeataesira- ran St
TjKOOnESS IN 9PAI1T,
IIOJT. J. H. OOX
Will deliver tble later eat lag aad popular tee- I
tare, uader lb aaaplee of lb Touag Uaa's I
""" ri8"d8f iiall.
FRIDAY EVENINO, Pbrtisry 23. I
Tlskets, tnclndlag Keaerved Beet. 60 eeatii to I
bo had al the ro me af tb AsioelatloB, aad at I
vaiiaatyB's uooa tor. in-
-VlaD FOaMCdV CONCERT X
OLD FOLKS' CONCERT 1 1 1
CHO&UI Of OWE 1TURDEKD Y0ICZ8
TOnahliiKton' Rlrthdaj!
AH OLD FOLKS' COHOIRTwLUU give
TUISDAT KTIHIH6, FIBSOABT 12.
AT LINCOLN HALL.
Thaervlaef tbamoit TAtiiriP Biiasss of I
WMhtnttoa bay beea engaged for tbla Mcatlen,
a1-tdhyaCH0Rrjl OF 104 VOICES, ad sa
ORCHESTRA OF SO FIIC1I, CLAD I lb
COSTUME OF 'TO.
Tbemntt for tb oocaaloa will be aeleetloail
from tb work eomplted by Fata Kshp. (thai
rlglaalorof tb Old Folks' Concert.) no pains I
wltlbeiparedtomtke this appropriatt ttlt.
ration of tht Btrthdaa tht Fathtr kit I
CvMafry, dtboftimof th performers will I
be a remlailer of 'thoss tlmee that tried mea's I
Seula,"
Das Botle of th programme will be given.
Ticket. Meali tu be oblalacd at lb Haals I
bUroanVr. O MaUerotlAC and J. F. Kill, I
aid altba Donkatorea of Parker. Baveatb atreel, I
ppoelte Ihe Peal One, aad Ballaatyae, Beventb I
atreel, between D and I, and at lhadooroa tba I
eveaiagoi meuoaeeri.
fell Uyordeit J, C. BRO WW, Conductor,
rilUE THIRD
AHHUAL LEV IE
COLOMBIA C0KK1ND1RT. Vo. S.
KKIORTI TIMPLAH,
wibbisastB ATM
HET7 1IA801TIC TIMPLX,
TUISDAT XTSKlna, UARCR 1, 19T0.
CarrUgea furalahed by lfeaire, Olsolt Ji Eon,
lb aireoi, Deiweanii aaa '
charge of II 60 for Lady aad 0 eat led so. Ordera I
airvai. niwnBiif ana at. ai mamoati
should be given early.
ieii-eoot
M
A80NIO OONOEIIT,
tni w Atnwin rnnrn
Of tbe District, aaalated by Ibetaleatsd toprsno, I
ja.ea aiui.ia.BiA w. jaaa, ,v
WILL fllVB A C;
VOCAL AKD IHntHUMSsTALCOIICIHT :Y
HRW MA80T"tEMPLR,
- O WIDB18DAY EVEfllftU. Feb tS .WO --
Iiiiniin,,,,!, ........if i uvititma iauii
Tit ha ahtalaail at lha tlalnal ataraa frna. lha I
fleers ef lbdtDrolLodji, and lb following 4
J. L. Clafcb, o. I), R. Collide,
Joa. F. tlodgaoB, X. B. bferotty,
C, P. flarmoa.
TbeCblrkerlee Omd flans 'asIiIiiwm.
atoalaktadly furnlabed from th John F Ellis I
aim owe. leat-st
N.1,
Who will ap-pecr ta br owb beaotiral ovsatlonof
Alia bll ILlnnilKir,
MOW DAI aadTOEpAI ItlU UTB.V.b. JI asd ,
"ui ssaiuaivai ntwniB.riB.iiuan,
Will baDerformad. taw tba Ural lima, tha haaa.
mat vnwui urtm. biiii
raatiuua, Ttia little cricket.
With appropriate Saeaery, Macbaaleal Erect,
The Perere Race Oread Bngllab Opera Troapr I
wiuih,h,, Hoayir ana llAhf 1P.M. IVII'lt
WASBjROTOIf CORBERVATORTOF MDHIC,
' ATTBSP1BLOBSOP
TUB FIRST CORORIdATIONAL CIIDRCU,
Career of Tenth aad 0 aLreeU.
Offer auperlor ad vautagea for glalgTkoroBh
Maaleal Rdaeattoa la Every DepartmeaL
ATBBME-TeB. Flftoo aad T wanly Dollar per
Q setter, aeeordleg to grade.
.The Bprlac Term bntns on MOB DAT, Fsbrnsry
Pupils received at all times.
Be Clrsalara, al tb Xale ad Book Btoree, r
MIM V, J. UULLllil),
fel-IawU Director.
HETKOrOLITAN II AIM, I
AHD
Tarlstv Thtatr.
PEJNbTLVaSIA AVKItDl
n Botweea Eloveatb aad Tweirtb etreet.
Open ovary algbl wltb a first ! variety stcr
Ulamaat. apl
Attorneys, Agents, Etc
TJ nOHH flillKV,
Attorne nnd Cotunaellor-atVLtiw A
WASHiaaToif.D.e.
n
EHUT l.TLEN,
LATR ABSIHTABT ASSESSOR IHTBRR AL
vr,S. - t,AtU.1M,llJtU" !l iMBBlffL RBVEHUB
.v.....,,.,, h( HisBaM laeome tato.
"' feT-Im
fAMBSIt. B00VSL.
. X, B. W!ILCI
SCOYEL & W1LLC0X.
ATTORHKTI AHD COUHIILLOEB-AT-LAW,
SO. 4 UAItKBT RPACK,
(BeiBB p Taiaa Rms,
WASBISOTON, D.O.
PraoUe 111 Ualled EUUs Co a rta aad before
tbolleparimenta. jalS lm
E. C. WEAVER,
TTJerricaaoij" the peace,
UONVEYANURn.
RIAL ESTATE AND OEHEEaL AGENT,
... .ao. ,.... .tr..l. Nt. .., T ,t,Ht
AKIinEH B. DUTAI.I,
Alloriarl.Lir.
OB,. H. L..I.I... . . .r. D.-.L , .ppo.ll.
K.T,.lf Clly 11.11.
RICHARD T. BERRICK,
" . .m.oitwr.pi.aaiw,
Oa.ee removed from Me.43a D atreel to Bo. UOH
W atraal. kalwaaa Thlrtaaalk anrf r..riuih
streete. Obroei.l sepl-tf
TH0UA8 WILSOV, ,
HINE & WILSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
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