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THURSO AT M0RS1NU FEBRUARY 14,1170
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CTenlnij, commencing on Monday, January
3, and will be at homo on Saturdays, from
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X.ADY LITER ATF.GRH AT 1.AIIUC,
There la nothing In tbU world I admire bo
much m a woman of talent, lndaitry and
prudence. 1 rotor more particularly to
womon wb.o havo taken to literature, and
owe nothing to friendship for their popu
larity. Such woman battles nobly with
mo ma or ronano. la Mir reliant. In Jewn J
cnt and rarely condcacaoda to ask the as
sistance of her friends Jo rcUlnir before the
public. Bho fsels proud In tho poticulon of
ner euu, dui nsTcr orerratos tbem. Her
mannera Indicate tho retiring ladyj her
wnoia caiuro u sensutrsi her thoughts are
fixed on tho object of her ambition. Such a
woman cam nut mtie for the thowy rut
menu of that Indefinable Jade called "fain.
lon&ble society," noTcr forces herself upon
tho public Sho tools grateful to tho press
for what It says of her, but rarely courts Its
farors. 6ho prefers to wait tintll pnbllq
opinion has pissed Judgment upon her real
worth, rather than purchase notoriety with
questionable means. I am proud of tho
acquaintance of several ladles of this ds
scrlptlou, whose merits tho public ha to been
quick to recognize, and whoso famo Is of
real ralne Thcio women have done some
thing for onr literature. They have Ira
presicd a good moral on raanyyoungmlnds.
I am howcrer sorry to say that Washington
bus Juitat this time a superabundance of
women, who hare taken to literature, of an
entirely oppoalto character. These dam
ids, too Idle to go out nursing, and loo
proi d to tako In washing, haro for somo
time been drifting about loose on tho out
skirts of what is called fashlonablo society
number three. They aro extremely light
hearted, and not very heavy-headed. Like
a tipper ship they spread an Immensa deal
or canvas for tho alio of tho hull, and one
J surprised to boo how they stand up undor
It. lu fine they dass In fall feathers, and
may bo seen on the Avenue of a One after,
noon, dashing along at a brlek pace, af
f cling a masculine air, and looking Tery
(ike n whole millinery shop oat Tor an
1 hare at this moment oao of these gay 1
anucrcrs in my eye, a certain nut i-uuo-1
racna, as she delight In writing herself
'down lu the Horn TrulTUer. Fhllo
mena Is an exact counterpart of a dozen or so
of these bright-colored butterflies, who dart
about Washington mounted on the very
smallest literary reputation. Miss Fhllo
mena Is very severe on our mother toaguat
cuts and slays It la various ways, and serves
It up with the solids or her own vanity.
Fhllomena Is, tome, a very lore of a wo
man. She trarola on her pretensions, and
makes a good thing of U, too. She knows
the value of cramming herself down tbs pub
lic's big throat, and for that pufposo
boll Is her delicately embroidered flag In tha
personal column of the IToau Truth TUr,
a journal of high moral character, remark
able as affording an asylum for females who
travel In tho shadow or literature, when
Fhllomena sails up tbo Arenuo of a fino
afternoon, her friends of the Diplomatic
Corps drop her so end of smiles and bowij
moderate crinoline moves aside with aiton
Ubraent as sho sweeps along, and young
Washington turns to take a sly look over
bis shoulder, whlsh Fhllamcna feels Is In ad
miration of her literary reputation. She
has cultivated a dellcato acquaintance with
tbe critics, and affects wonderful respect for
tho press. Mr. FerkIne,of tht Ditty Sfotctr,
Its dear, good friend. Mr. Fudge, of tho
Sat m fay rUitytf has said no end of pretty
things other. Wloows, of the Wtikty Cul
tivator, has mounted her ltterary ability oa
the highest horse, and kept It galloping be-
roro the publio for the last six months. I
btvo several times puxxlod my brain to find
out the secret of Fhllomenas aoqualntanco
with those learned and very worthy censors
of literature. A friend, hlmtelf an acquaint
auco and admirer of Fhllomena, let me Into
It one day. This friend writes profound
essays oa graro subjects for tho Dtsp
ThttJur, a woekly Journal devoted to the
interest! of ladigeut booksellers.
lie received a letter from Fhllomena one
day, saying how much she admired an essay
on thought, which sua had been told was
from bis prn Fhllomena declared nothing
In this worll would afford her more real
pleasure than to meet one whose mind was
stored with such rich gifts. My friend
could not roilitahlntsodellcately conveyed
There w alwoyr a dash of gat Ian try In his
oioaltlon. So, buttoning up his courage,
ii called one morning, and was ushered by
tin urchin la liver J Into sumptuously far
tiUbodaparlmfnts,whero sho holds her litera
ry court. MlssFhllemenallvesln street)
considers It necessary to her literary repu
tation, as well aa her political Influence
to do so. Bho was arrayed la a style of
negilfti quite captivating, and reclined on
tho softest of lounges. My friend was sur
prised to find oue of sosmall a literary repu
tation Indulging lu such splendor, rallo
inena received him with an case of manner
aud freedom truly surprising. Tito min
utes In her company and his native bastifal
ncss had vanished, and ho was as much at
home ae If he had been a Congressman and
an old acquaintance. 8Uo n. J ml red Ms
h riling, no 1 made boM to tell him so. JIo
had not a moro attentive rcilerf She had
several times told suvudl of her friend the
highest obJ a other -iiuUilon was to write
like him Fhllomeua, euggmtcd that per
haps ho would join her orer a cup of tea.
Sho hod a weakness far leu It refreshes her
thoughts. Sho Indulges la It Juil before
sitting down to write a sonnet fur the lUm
Tru(-lilUr, When old aud particular
friends call, (she hopes to call Ulro, cue
soon,) Cboy walk out to W k's, and etloy
u jutit toujur. They get them up so deli
cately My friend had a dash of gallantry
in him, and could not resist an Invitation so
ingeniously cxteadod. " Tho air Is refresh-
lug and If you would not consider It rude,"
said he, " l should bo hippy If yon would
uoaor mo with your company; pcopio or a
literary tarn should consider themselves old
"Mr., jou BrP injac, too kind'
ua rcyiivu, wun a low courlcsyi "I don't
kuowwhyl ihould not neifpt jour Invita
tion "There certainly oull l tmtlilng Ira
iroi Ma ,' lot rruiui my fikudi
iVii.lf aViiiMri' rotnrned Phlibmena
craphaikallyi "but peopls bare got tote so
prudish, and so much Is said against a
woman of a literary torn. A young woman
Uko mo might bo a Tery angel and tocletyM
talk about her. Howsrer we'll take the re
sponsibility." And away Phllomena tripped
to get her bonnet and shawl. When she
reappeared, docked out la her finery, my
friend has sine laid she reminded him of
two huge millinery establishments rolled
Into one. Away they tripped, Thllomena
feeling certain aha had made a conquest,
and my friend wishing htmislf at tho opera.
My mend, out of sheer politeness, suggested
that Miss r-hllomena stlect tho supper,
which eho dldt and from such a Tarlcty of
dishes that ho Ugau to get alarmed lest his
purse bo found delluiuent. She, howercr,
restored his courage by laying, condescend
Ugly, It was not every on she would go to
such places with. She reminded my friend
that she had a remarkably delicate arpettto.
tie told mo It was remarkable to seo how
much it took to s apply It. As supper pro
ceeded Fhllomena opened the big budget of
her heart s longings and disappointments.
She must keep up her literary reputation,
and dash la magnificence down the ranks of
society. How to do thsie was firing her a
deal of trouble. Iter lart noril, (U was a
sensation norel,) her publisher told bor,
did not do well) but It was entirely owlog to
his want of tact. According to Thllomena
her publisher had unad her Tery shabbily.
and ought to bars been hanged. Tens of
thousands of copies had boon sold; the critics
had called her the beautiful and accomplish 1
"authoress," and described her book as a
very marrel la literature, and yet, "don't
you think," she said, "I can's get a cont of
htm 1 "
Tbo truth was rhllemsna got tho gool
natured fellows of the pre to Tain pralso
on her book, to say she was beautiful, ae
compllshed and distinguished. Bat the pub.
He did not care about beauty la an author,
and understanding tho trick, could not be
got to a wallow Fullomena's novel, which tho
poor pnbtlsber, who was amiable enough to
undertake It, was forced to sell to market
women for fly traps., Fhllomena wished my
friend was a lawyer, for then she would put
her case against the publisher Into his
hands. Her honest demand could not, she
was sure, be a cent less thantwelre hundred
dollars. Tho poor publisher waa out of
rocket at least five hundred dollars, aul
there, was no sympathy for him. This book
had evidently been tho death of Fhllomena,
aad afforded the key to all her troubles.
She had built a score or two of castles with
It, and they had all vanished Into air. She
was four hundred dollars boblnd with her
landlady. Bho has sundry little accounts
oat to the amount of two thouiaud dollan
or so, run up with good-natured tradesmen,
who were taken la with the report of her
being an heiress. Fhllomena played tho
helress-dodga very successfully. It paid
better than literature, which has left her a
long way behind. Fhllomena drew a clip
plog from her portmonle, and gave It to my
friend, saying It was an extract from tho
Horn TrutivttUr, It described Fhllomena
as tho "beautiful and accomplished author-
and aald she would favor tho public
with a reading at an early day. Dolter, her
friend, she said, wrote It, and she wished be
had left the beautiful out. Tbo truth was,
Fhllomena wrote It herself, and a dozen
more Justltkett, and gave Bolter no peace
until he put them In. "Perhaps," said she,
condescendingly, "you will be ktad enough
to do mo a similar favor la the Dup Thlnltri
It will assist la keeping me before tho pub
lic, you know, and 1 propose to give a read
lag from tua poets.
Of coarse mv frisadeonld not resist, and
tbafore many days hat paiied the Dup
Thlnktr endorsed what the Ifanu Truth-
Utler had said of Fhllemsna'e beauty and
talents. Fhllomena travels on ksr beauty
as well as her pretensions. Wbatsrer she
underiakss Is taoroughly "walked Into."
8he now proposes to delight the great pnb
lie with a reading. The great public cares
aethlng for readings, and won't go a step to
hear amateurs. Fhllomena knows this.
Dot she Is resolved to glvethe readier. Dat
there are always varleus difficulties la the
way. The Inexorable landlord must have
his rent In advaaee. Fhllomena gets up a
subscription, and calls on certain dlgnlta
rics, of whom she demanis tribute In names
and money. Shsmakss aspsclalty of Con
gressmen and Cabinet Ministers. Ihcre is
no such thlsg as resisting ksr chirms and
ksr pretty Import unities. Those who will
not giro tea dollars she lets off with five.
M!ss Fhllomena sails the paper sho holds In
her hand a roll-list of her friends. Through
dint of perseverance Fhllomena scrapes to
gether about f 300. I doubt If sho ever gave
a reading. To tell the real truth, I admire
Fhllemena. I admire her for writing her
self dowo tho "beautiful aud accomplished
authoress." I admire her for the victories
she galas orsr irrepressible editors and
Congressmen Jast from tho country. X ad
mire her for tho way she drives a bargain
for fame. Bha gives modesty tbe cold
shoulder better than aoy other woman
within my knowledge.
Fhllomena, being In want of dry goods,
plays hsr charms off on certain Impressible
tradesmen, who have a weakness for getting
Into society. Bho makes the acquaintance
of ilr. Qreenenougbj through a friend who
has a boarding-house acquaintance with
Mm. Greenenough la struck with Fhllo
mena artless manners, and tbo result Is a
dsspsrate flirtation, aha brloglog all her bat
terles to bear on Orsonenonghs weakest
points, areeuenougu. believes tho girl la
lovo with him. Invites her to the opera,
makes ber certain little presents. IIo Is proud
of tho prospect of getting Into literary socl
ety. But Fhllomena carea nothing for his
heart. Her bead aad heart aro on his silks
and shawls. Ho gives Fhllomena an Invita
tion to look In at his place of business somo
fine day. Exactly what Fhllomeua wanted.
Bho looked In one dayj waa so delighted with
his stock of silks, aud made such a selection.
Tho bill was only two hundred dollars, and
Mr. Qreeuenough waa good enough to send
It homo with the goods. Moro than that,
he was kind enough to tell the messenger to
say U waa no matter about the money now.
The end of tho quarter would do.
"I admire Greenenough," says Fhllomena,
to herself) "bo will not bo eo ungallant as
to press payment, even If I don't pay him
In another week Fhllomena makes tho ac
quaintance of Mr. Dawes, tbo Jeweler, and
cuts Greeneooogb and his dry goods dead
She Is sore to do Dawes out of a fine set of
diamonds, and then cut him. Bbe will then
make the acquaintance of a friend at Brown
Fhllomena has been busy for some time
getting up a testimonial to hsreslf. She has
got a document of great length, setting forth
Ike desires of the many frit ads who want
to get up this tsstlmoulal to her. Fhllomena
wears a doable veil, sbs u so modest Tbo
testimonial hangs fire for a time. Her
friends do net coma np to time. Bo she sots
her doabl veil, pals hsr own shoulder to
the wheel and resolves there shall bo no
break down to tbe testimonial. Sbs pajs
her respects to certain distinguished gentle
msu and "public characters." Such men
are very auaceptlble to female Influences.
Sho stale her business In the most winning
manner) points Mr. Amiable, a dlstU
gnlshed politician, to what tbe Dally
Jiloatr aaysln pralso of her. Mr. Amiable
expresses oVJsctloei does not like to havo
his name brought before tbo public so fre
quently. Ho la requisted dally to become
the great father of a testimonial, and begins
to think all Washington eogatrd in similar
enterprises Ho really docs noi know what
to do. Would Uie to assist tho young lady
thus energetically trying to support herself.
FhUonlTcnativercomcs all Mr Aralable's ob-
. ... - ..'V.. .. i
Jectlons, and firAlIy succeeds In carrying off
his namo and tribute to tbe amount of 990.
A mere trifle, says Fhllomeua, for so high
Fhllomena writes now and then for tho
Baaday papers. It Is "horrid drudgery,"
sho says, and they only pay her a dollar a
column. These starvation prices sho de
clares enongh to send a young and unpro
tected female to destruction. I havo mora
than onco thought a dollar a column moro
than Fhllomena's efforts ta tho Sunday
papers worth. I, howsrer, confess not to
bo a good Judgo of the value of such
Miss Fhllomena Is an excellent Judgo of
mankind, aad knows exactly how to btlog
a Congressman down, ustng tho artillery of
her eyes. She writes the most dulcet letters
to gentlemen of reputed wealth and gal
lantry, requesting an Interview at soma ap
pointed place. There Is a dash of mystery
la Fhllomena's notes, which excites tho
curiosity of the gallant gentleman. She Is
snro to effect tho desired Interview, at which
she presents hersslf fortified with a double
veil. Fhllomena has a dozen apologies to
offer for meeting gentlemen at such places,
and opens the budget of her distresses. Bho
took advantage of the gentleman's well
known liberality, sho says, to request an In
terview, tho object of which Is to solicit his
aid In getting up the testimonial her friends
havo designed. The gentleman expected a
very different meeting with a Tory different
object. He is surprised and disappointed at
tho turn affairs haro taken, and begins to
wish himself at homo In tho bosom of his
family. "I have heard, sir," says Fhllo
meua, "how ready you were to assist a fe
male la distress, and knowing your great
wealth, thought you would llko to assist
my friends with your namo and a trifle say
one hundred dollars " Hero Fhllomena
raises her second veil.
Tho gentleman Is perplexed at finding
himself la a public saloon, known to seven
tenths of the visitors, and with a lady, under
suspicious circumstances. lie makes van
ous apologies, none of which Fhllomena
seems inclined to accept. Tho trifle sho re
quires would not he felt by tho gentleman,
considering his great wealth j and then there
are tho names of Wllklns, Jenkins, Hsrman
and Ferklns, all friends of his. Ills namo
will remove tho great mountain of all her
troubles, and set her firmly on her literary
feet. This Is a punishment tho gentleman
did not eipecti but she makes a breach In
the fortress of his sympathies, which ho re
pairs with his namo and fifty dollars. The
gentleman la glad to get off at that, Is dis
appointed at the character of the Interview,
and, swearlog never to bo caught In such a
trap agalo, they hare a cream together, and
Fhllomena disappears chuckling over her
I wish Washington had an asylum, pro
vided with swearing machines, Into which
all our literary Fhllomcnas could retire, and
do tho stata some real service. A. C. F.
AiroToin Accidxht ok thb TmrBza.
The female trapeze performer at tbe Front
Street theatre, little Zoe, fell onco or twice
while executing ber performances last eve
ning. Tho first tlmo she fell Into tho net
which Is spread below for tho purpose, and
was not hurt, bat ifler the net had been re
moved, with a view or cloaloc that part of
tae periormancc, ano vest area anoiocr iriai
rrom a rrcai nccni. spnnzinir who a
sommersault and catching a rope, when tho
rope suppoa urouga ner nana ana boo icu
to tbe stage, striking upon her fact and
knees. She was taken np and carried be
hind tho scenes, but subsequently again ap
peared on lue stage, mougn snowing evwent
marks on ber race and person of Injury re
ceived. These trapeze and kindred per
formances, endangering Ufa and limb, are
notnleasant to look upon, however aston
ishing they may be. aod should be discarded
as means oi jiauuc cnvcrwuumcnii zim
mort Sun. 25 I.
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and leeatei on tbo aaeoad d-er froat, H 3SISH.
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la the of rTMita 11 moid, executrix of
of Johe Jlebb, deeeaiad. tha axaeatrlx afore
aid ba, with tha approbation of the Orphaee
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ma iereonai anata oi aaia ueeaaaao. aaa or me
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lected andmraed lata tnoaer when aad whom
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provided a aopy af IbUo'dar oa pnbllabad oacaa
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Letter from apeak DlalM oa lh
YrsunroTos fMry tiit, LSTO I
MrDtiaSm In the confusion which has
arisen In somo of tho public Journals about
estimates and appropriations and disburse
ments, tbs Impression has been created that
GtneralGrant'a administration has expended
mori money la the same time than Its Im
mediate predecessor. This is totally erron
eous, aa tho balance-sheet, on a comparison
of official figures, will clearly establish. Tbs
present Administration has been la power
nearly a year, and we can compare that
period with tho closing twelve months of
rreaident Johnson's administration, rrom
March 1, 1613, to March 1, ItCO, tbo total
reeelpts Into tho Treasury were a little over
9309,000,000-X avoid fractions for tbe sake
of perspicuity. Every dollar of this was ex
pended, and tho pnbllo debt for tho same
period Increased about 10,000,000, as appears
from the official publication of tbe Treasury
Department, thus showlog a total expendi
ture for tho year of three hundred and seventy-four
million dollars, (t 374,000,000.)
Tbo total receipts into tho Treasury for
the first year of General Grant's administra
tion, estimating for the few remaining days,
will amount to abont thrco hundred and
ninety-four million dollars, ($394,000,000.)
Out Of this sum total ilgtoy tiUBUnt have
been applied to the payment of the public
debt, thee leaving for the current expendi
tures of Government, Including Interest on
tho public debt, three hundred and fourteen
million dollars, ($314,000,000,) or ility mil-
tlont bis fAaa irm ixptndtt in thi tanu (imi by
rruuUnt Jotmfnt admlnlttttlton. These
figures aro taken from official records, and
thslr accuracy cannot bo questioned.
It will bo observed that tho receipts were
twenty-six millions ($34,000,000) more la
Genoral Grant's first year than la Mr. John
son's last year. Orer twenty million dollars
of this must bo credited to tho Internal reve
nue, which has been much more faithfully
collected for It will bo noted that this large
Increaso In amount has been derlrod from
diminished and contrscted sources of taxa
tion, many of tho taxes In force during a
part of the year 18GS-'C3 having been re
pealed before President Grant camo Into
office. Whether regard, then, bo had to the
fidelity with which the rereoae Is collected,
or tho economy with which It Is expenTltd,
tho comparison for tho past Is undeniably
and overwhelmingly In favor of the present
For tho future tho fullest confidence may
bo Indulged. Tho House of Representatives
Is vigorously seconding the efforts made by
Mr. Dawes, the able and upright chairman
or the Appropriation Committee, to curtail
expenditure wherever It may bo donej and I
am very sure that for tho ensuing year Sec
retary Boutwell will exhibit a financial record
even moro satisfactory to tax payers than
that of tho year which is about to close.
Very truly, yours, J. Q. Blaimi
W T JontontKn . Avgutta, JAiU,
Tun New Moauoit Motkmmt. A corre
spondent of the New Tork bun. writing from
Bait Lake City on tho 11th Instant, states
that abont the 20th or this month Brlgbam
Toung and a few of tho higher dignitaries
would leavo that city on a tour Bout h , osten
sibly to pay a visit to tbe lower settlements,
but in reality to penetrate the lower portion
of tho Territory of Arizona, bordering on tho
Mexican line, and there ae'ect a new placo
of rendexrons for tho gathering of tbo Saints.
As soon as arrangements can be perfected,
all those who live in polygamy will bo re
moved from this section or tho country to
settle In this new State of Zion. As tho mala
object of tho Cullom bill Is to suppress poly
gamy, u win in iuis manner uo ueie&iou, iur
when the bill Is Passed there will bo no poly
gamy In Utah to oappress, and If Govern
ment tuouiq leci aiiposca voj'rroevutu iutui
la their new abode they can quietly remove
within the Mexican lines, and then defy tho
laws oi tuo country witnotu icar or moles
TtTEW NTOHKI NKW NruillM!
UIFLRM) TO ALL IN WANT OF
WblteDBD 8PRSADS ttm CO to 3
l.tttiTardiof CUhCK If Alflhi4Ka. real cheap
BLArlKiraat freally radacclprtcea
CKIB ULSNKKT4 all wool, SI AJ pr pair
All Linen PKIIIORO TOWELS aUl'fccoie
Foil Una FJ.AH ft KLH, chaap
NaPklNnand DUYLlKi. very cha.p
A baollfal Una f Sprlai Dr.M Ojod and
Shawl Jaat racatved
a I arc ainca oi uoaivrr at rninmg iiima
First Class Dry Hoods nt Coat
boiaeaileUtMida. Irtah and Table Llaen. Bvpraxa
Sloiba, Freaeh Merino, trench Poplin. Black
oode of ery variety. Snpcrtor Loaf aad r inara
Ialaiey Kbawi. Llama t.aa ramie iua auw
ta. Black Lyonabtlk eNeta TelTeleeaa, black
and Colored bllka aad Hattae, Clulba, Caaakmarea,
4 Uianxtla. Laaiaa', ueata'. ana )' box
i wniuuooo eaen ae t reoea, riaid.
aaqea aa wiuaiiiiii, lantuaci
GOODS FOR ART BIAIOH OF TUT TBAR
lhatareatked for, will be chews, aa Ike COAT
1b all emcee at escc aamed
Wabave marked downs ltrteletof
11 It IS A O O O X H ,
1 1 Utile aver half thalr eoit, to dote ihetn out
lndealrablexaoda will basoldataeaeriaao. Oar
object I to entirely eloee np the bnilns of the
Brw nine ear r day
H. TA ri.R A OO.,
fhl3 If Bo 7MCenlta Market Spat
HKAT OAnUlN8 IN DIIY UUOUS.
BELIIT it NADUAIN,
JOHNSON & COLLET,
IVo. SB BULUICET SPACE,
navenartol dowe their ttock of DR1 GOODS
and CAKI'kTa 4HireoBt , lo redece Btoek be
fvre taking Inventory In February,
Coffee, Tcai and apicei
Pokin and Ycddo Tea Store,
Ninth street, between I) and li.
VKVM TKANH TCAhm
loiiHirlnl . , . ...
Pare Splcea, whole or ground
Cofleet Mocha, Java, Ceylon, Lagoayra, and
Coffee ruaatod fraah every day aal gronad to
Alao, large etock of Brcakfact Coffee only 'AQ
H. A. OLCOTT & CO.,
ft-fr-tf t31Mutli at.bvt. It aim K.
The )a-gat Btotk In tho ally at lha BTOVE
II. I, UBBUOKT,
fM It 031 PeuusylvaiMla MveiiHa.
ivn PMTin wmu
We keep coBttauily on hand a full it ek ef Ike
above Uoodc, of Snetlqaailly, alike lowed mar
11 ARCHITECTS, "
E Brttt, cfpotlta Pest OtRci OepsrVnant-
s . -ai'ai ijjw
VINAHUIAL ARD COHHBttOIAL.
Was his (ir w. Yet. is, WO. Jar Oooka
B vying SiUint
U.fl.S-i.lMl 11TK JlB'i
rive Twenties, 1SS.,
rivt Twfotlsi.Junfc Juiryci,
riva-Tweatisi JB A
n.9.ea.llll Ill l-M'i.JafcJr.'OT lll'l
s-u'sltes my s-so-i.JnaJr.'e! m J
MO's.llftS lUtf Taa-Fertls 113U
-M' 1,1 US 11IX UelO WVi
Kw Yoc, 1'tfcruiry 21-1 p. tn 0tton
quiet and wsk mUSl
...Ian ciuhi leuaui
i 94 eeati sua r
r-il-n Cuba lOSIll csntsi Forte Kloo lid
llVf tiats. Flour dull aad uosbeng id Wheat
aod lower. Corn nulet and steadrt
1 01(j new 8SQ90 coats, llr dall and a eta
liu flrmert Spirits HO 10 eents) rsfiotd 294
DxtTlMoaa, tab. 33 JrM4fni.-Tb
market for flour raav ba Quoted nraer. aiee-
ltlly for Illo braadt. Halsi war reported
thl ruornloff for lllo af l.otM aarrsls City
Mills Extra r,lIorteon" and "kiouat Vernon'
alSAi 1.000 hatrala da. "Kialna" tt as SOi anil
w aate also salts two or tttrsa diva staee of
ow Darren mi Krai unj mini extra lor
Rio, laeludiBf "fjodorus," "Mouat vsraon,"
"Urleoa"ead "Dsrsaaatsr," at l litre ptl
barrel Htssat advises from Bio raport Bal'
1 1 mora flour la mora favor thaa cllbtr Rich
monitor Triaita breads, with sslss al hlftasr
prloaa. which is of ssursavary trstirjlsc to
our miliars. Tbo laoaldansod was alsoulrlr
active this mornlaf, aod wo rrport aalei of
tu Darraia naiiara nipir ai i4'4iiii,
WO barrels Howard Straat do. ataa,l bsr
Wsstsra Lxtra at 13 80.349 barrtls Haward
treat do. at SMTHQI 44, aod ISO barrals Fain
llr at front o to IT par barrel.
but the supply was lltht. lalea ware reported
or i,awbunaii rennivivama red, up town
dellvsry, at il 23Q1 U. 1,100 do , far dtllverr
at the rolot. at Si 39. 4.000 do Harvlaad do
at 1.1IO1.30 for common. SI HOl IS for fair to
fena, ana in ao. wait at si wi s.
nArn-Tha market li dull to-dav. Tha ra.
celpts were SO ooo bushels, and ws note sales of
out uw dhch waua at vj.9 oanti, aaa
I OCX) to 7,000 boshelsyellow at from S3 down to
aa aaau, iaa laiiar vioiinf
dull at 0091 eenta
RvtK ala was reported to-dav of 100 bush
els at M cents
Out Sales to ilar 1,000 bnahels at M cants
i-afftt Thn marks! Is Arm with a faod la
fluiry, but to-day wa hsva heard of no sales.
Tf Quote Jtlo la bond at UH1 seats.
fald, for food ta prims, aad dalr paid at
SOUH ssata for good to prime, and HQlt
etnts. k1x 'or eholoe to laaey lots Pteek
here to-dar la Brst heads 17,000 escs Rio.
Cotton - The market eoatlnues dull and df-
? rested here uader the further decline la cold,
hoar II Is somewhat firmer at Li?tr
pool. Thcra Is little loqulry, and we hear
nt nrt aula a (hla raornlnr. Wanuol U bland
nnmlml aa Inllaw. rlci SOUfilll cent for
ordinary, 31021 aeota for good oMInarr,
UOU. eonie for low middling, and .3C2
Molaitet mere ie lonreeij nnytnine; uomj
In this article, but we quotei Uuba at SO cents
for elaredL43Q4Seeats for Musoovndo. 1'oito
Jtleo at I5tf03 cent, and bngltah Island at SO
fjiO eents per gallon The stock here Is up
ward or 5,000 hhda , chiefly Cuba
Mill Ftrd Wafjuote Ilrownttuff as be for.
at 83 ceut for Uitr. an I Mlddlloxo at 30fli
33 eents for light, and 43013 cent per busbel
Proviiiont The market continue strong
nd buoyant Liutk meat Is especially ln-
Julred for, and buyers are o ire ring quite
reelr 11 oente forshoulders 14 eoats for rib
aid, and lli seals for elear rib, but holders
ak higher price. Dacon we now quota flrmt
Sbouldera at 13i cent, and sides at UH
cents for rib ilJee, and lqQloJ eents for
elear rib The last sale of lard wa at lftU
cent, and we quote mess pork attWT6Q27
Harnllna ataailv at ftUflJI aenta for
4IICCtll Himtl t" UU UU. WW I UUII
---- ----- ; -' .,'..... -
in me om imtn eaic ire nitin( wnnin
1 hla tin
Salt Liverpool is la lair suppir and mode
rate demand, as followattl SSOIl TSforOrnund
Alum, and S3 MQI3 10 per seek for Fine.
Turk Iiland wa quote dull end nominal at
4)940 ceate afloat, and 4! 8 90 cents per bushel
fur lots from store
Swjar$ We have no further sales to ie
(ort, but we quote again ae follows, vlu
or fair to good reMnlne; lot) 10f ent grocery
12l4 cts i do rorto tiico lo'.aiz'iceuis, euq
lSVtCtst uu Porto Itlco lo'.OlJ'iceol
Uemrare vacuum pan lljiia;i cent
Rtjtncd buoart Prices are quoted today
again as follow! Hard Urusbed at ltUeents,
audortdo at 13ets. for A. whltei li'jj etc,
lor circle A) n-s ccnie lor i; u4 ceni tor
lLtra U. and Wi tents for ) vcllow
Strupi We quote as follows, vlst (lalveit
at larjw ei i uiumore uoiuen at osuea e
Alarvland do COJBjJ ct i Monumental Saftt:
el i Uhciapeake 43311 el i Usntoii Ool tis.
loasa ct , and MoLaiics Syrups at SuOSJ,
Sftdt Clover I dull and heavy thl mornlns.
and ealea are con flood to retail lota We quote
atafUSSi'i ior isirioprime lot iimotny
and flx also dull
IIAftxy XV continue to quote Trm at DO
Fir?HUfll-HVATT-On To.tJty evanlBg.
Ihev" llotlanl, at Wealay chapel, by Hev. B Pey
ton Hrown. albi xt w ririnron, of llaltlmore.
Mi , asd UWa tun J llTSTT. of Ihle lty
JOlINbON -On WeJnf-aJjy, the S3d lattant, at
o'clock am, Maat hLi sa, tba oaly child of
Hubert and Mary Ana Johneuo. eied 1 year aad 34
rharnaaral wl Ilahan
'aneral will lake place from lha reel laaae of
hlaparaat. Bo 313 L alreet. between Keeood aad
i niro, iiieaa. at au mia iianraaai) aiieraooB,
the llth leal
BOTBI SB OnTneaday, the 31 J Intt .CnaxLls
W, UoTSkta, la ibeouth year o( hi axe
The frlaed of the family aroreepeetfiilly lavltei
le attend hla funeral fiom blalate realdaace. Ho
111 Mlfaoorl avenue, on thl (Thanday) after
auoe, theflth laat , at 3 o'clock
HICHAM)!' 1IAUVK7. ALOM0 K V1AHU
HArlVEY & iMArtFl,
N0.3J1 F aTREET,
llotv.on Nlntlx and 7entl(
GARDEN SEEDS I
OATALOaUEl WOW RCAUT.
100 BiEEEL EABLY
Ab many elkir varltls.
EAELY VA1EXTIHE BEAKS,
itl naar .th.r varl.tl.
CADUAOS, BEETS, CAHROTS,
EGU PLANT. L1TTU0E.
ONION IET8. c.
8XUO OATB, HIED CORK,
GRASS SEEDS, la fall anpplT.
CLOVER, TIUOTIir, ORCHARD,
IIERD'I, BLUE OL1I5,
WHITE CLOTER, Af.
LRWH GRASS, FLOWER SEEDS, SiC.
OAI'.DEN AND HORTICULTURAL
TOOLS, In fall itotk.
TtriiT'a if k wwa rrm a
firiDES. DRILLS. Ae ,
QUAN03 AND AQUICULTCniL IMTLB-
HENTS, 10 Tall Bipply.
rLOWS. PLOW CASTIMG8. CULTIYA
JOHN A. Hi ITER,
Actlcltnrl anl Seed Waraboaa.
m Lonlitaaaave., bef Klalk and lentbeSl
ROBERT FULTON & CO.,
311 RIKTH STREET,
Ilctwcen I) itrect n Penn, jlr.nlt it.ru.,
nT. rtcntlr ntd. .it.nalT. .rr.Bl.EUDt. tot
Hercliaixtls. or Kvery lenerlptlort
BUMBOP fUOOANDOVHUATlX PERCBaT.
Open EVERT DAT (Snaday exeepted) fromfl
a ta. , to T p la
N B -The only Christian Lena Offlea In tb
KO-486! REDUCED JH0.48G
lI.Tlni.ttltl. It. hihi i. maailr UrK.
I.tl cn.le. loUallo. of
papkhiianoinos, window siiaues,
PIOTUnK OORD AND TAhfcl.S,
PAlNTINdS, hNdUAVINOS, UIIKOMOS,
BWIba 1IUAUKETS, M , 1.0.
An4 tcr.il...tli.,toek.,n.ch.. poitlbla prfor
0 A B 11 V D K 0 H A B k H S
nNTIL TUB PIBIT OP MARCH NEXT
week U o slat looes kanl
K3fSjnVKffTII WARD IIMUI KB.
d& IDBLIOAB OLTJB-Tbara will ba a,
niatlaf Of Ulilabat Dalaasr'a Hall.arar of
Pair aad a balf Ureal aad Harvlaad aveaaa. thli
ThUBsnir KTBRllfO, al IJO alock, wbea
(Baer will baaUeUd for tbs saaalat year Alt
risk B.pabllsaas art sorelall p tavlled fe34 ll
e"-g- Tim niOHT RET DIIIIOP
lW CARROLt IUM., riBBUaVT . attp
Vim asuJ a a lk.l..Ala..alll V. Ju JiJ m
tfcaithooltaraf poor bers by lha iotas tlatkallea1
a-TW-KFIiaHTl OV PVTfllAS-
-w ameera aaa aaeaiaars ar ma Kata
bona Ldfo tt if. Kalthti af Pplblai, ,
r itiiiiHi ,e raw at aipnt a iibh.is
Flrblk trool eealkoael an BATUlDAvK
EVIMM, Fabraarr l 1870. for tbe
B-T7T-TKAciiKns' unifiTian -Tha
Teaahers af lb Poblte BehaaU are !
m at la a aireai apiui aaorca oa
VabroarrU. all! n. m. There will ba
addrttiea b? dletlaiaUhed frUeda of a4aatlon.
aid a letters npta ,lTbe 1
tha Lata lira. If A Amldei
Sbiia aaa i aaracivr i
fetMl Star Snpt rablle schools
S-TJT-MTICli: -I)H aUMDKUI.ANIl
BVnV will raplr ta Df.WblU n ibe asbleal af
tbe Paraeron THUKIBAY UVblJTUf tbo Sltk
lul .atLlaaolaUalf Tha leolara la free loan,
aedwlll eoiaaiaeca al pteeUol;
aaa win eoiaaiaeca at riveiaeir ei
olertraf Iba ellt, wllhent dUltactloa
mhIi.Ii 4 a elnak Iba
tkeat dUltactloa. are la-
vuaa la iat ihii oa lis piauorki, as isr aa mj
ba.pealbl fS3 XI
ti.KAlafiW IhAdil.trlhAllAB At tan A I A Ka
peer have been eeUblUhed St tbs fellowfaa
Al the eerier of Jtlaetentk iliaat and rtanijl
lllh.ur.ir.r a i.J Tklrn il.ull
Al tka oeraev of ronr-and-a half atrrei asd
, Ordertdrawabr tVa Boelellea tutor-J la the rt
raiiai ( laa
apiKir," Wilt ba
Tha tiaaa af tha kraaS aaa aoan ratlna will can
tnaaaaa THDRflDAT. Febravrr Hib, at 10 a in
. Braeka far ardera can ba eMelao from tha US'
denlcaed. K T BBIlKlXI.
fetl It tflurj Called SlaieaArair
- rr-PlPTn WAltli iitcPltiii.inaM
ItK CLUB -There will boaiatle- of lbs
Fifth Ward Kapnbllcae Cli
at tbechnnl Honae,
. n u rvoua ,
tant are tavlled to attend
uy oraor oi
UHAND IlKUrtlON UP 1'UltITY
nut at thalr ttAnmi at Wii.v.ll Unpirlii aa
TIIDRSOAT EVKXIItU next, tb Slih tail . al
7 "Wo clock Peactaal atieedtnce U reinclJ
Urpjamtned IToTsnber 13, HOT
B.'M. Moaa, Secretary
Have ob oxhlblilea epeclmea Ore aad Sllrer
Brlek from ibelr mlaea.
A limited a m out of the Stock of Ih Com
raay foraale, at price that will pay larxr an
Orricxi SOI levenlh bUmI In the toome of
Hall k Koei, May Unlldlag
febU 1m n U, ROI3, Rscu.-.tr
adcea or Blaa
Hob fer the c'ly of Ueorgelewn will C In ae.aloa
at Market Heaae Hair ea WBUHKSDAT aad
TFIUUSDAT. FebraarygSdaBd 31 h, from 9 a aa
to S p, m aad from 6 p ra lo 10 p m etch day
for the rerpAM of eorreettag the poll llata A
l bit will cloteth eeaaloa for reifttrallna vetet
wtll Tra ihemaelveaecerdlBil
K A SUMOHSoV.
OBUEOK F LOARlBT,
eor-OPKlCKOP TUB NK W J KKSKT
l& MOTOAL L1FB INnURAHCS CUM
Bbwark, Hoy W, lS.
Kellc I hereby elven that JOUB T LiaHTIR
la the oaly aathoriied Agent of onr Contra ay la
WaahlaaUia. aad that ba la lha oalv one coratali.
aloaed to eollecl (aaJ each tab acent . be nay
aroalat to doao I Fremiti me onpollclee aad re
eipia aaa mm lur taat pnrpnaa
nraaca vmm ao iu r a
D.O . CHARLES
I F at reel, 'WaaMesten.
XEB 0 LAT URUt.
--nRHOVAL -DIt. IV Wa PUT.
KSff TIK H UfFlCB will hereafter be at til
Uatreat. aorthwett, belween Seventh edhlahth
Btreete kealieaoa ae berelofora, 1103 F "lret,
norihweat. fthraa aail Blar 1 frbl f
0 11111X7 1ILKHNINII II
BBSLT1I. aad wa narna.tl arfalaa a a nt
onr readcra who mar ba aenerlax from ear of the
111 to wblrhfleah il htr to call at the Medical
caae tbat have fonad no relief Uewber n a baa
rpceatly Sited np at treat axpae, a eplendld
Electro Uaeaetle lletand Cold Air Bilh, by inaaa
af whtcb ki ta nranarad lA treat all i hrnnta .tla
aaaaa, aad will uretj rretl relief aad a cere
In all cnrabl case He ba a Bfparate depart
meal for ladle fc8 tf
aSf-PKUBONS IfinKDTlCO TU TI1K
at- loineeaiaieoi w r mbxtt' ona. wiil
Bad a atatement of Ibelr Indohtedaeea al th-lr eU
place of bnalaeaa. aa Mlath itraat. Bad Wu V
UaiTT 1 aethorbad to receipt for tbo elaltne ea
yineM, natll Pabraary Hit. after which time
y will be iUea to uatternT for collet Uoa
jaoi oouim i u vnuatain, aatUeee
a-JMSOTIOli: TO HUDBCKinKItSTO
ld& Hie NATIONAL IllCfUULlUAN
In UKUKOKTOWN and the Klrat
tianif m ronia nereieiore cervea by lit
Thomas Oliver, oomprlaina; tb city of Ueorge.
town and lhat part of Ibe city of Waahlaxloa waa
f beveBteoath etreet weat have bean transferred
byhtmtefttr J W bell, who will collet liora
tbe came from the 11 day of Pebrnary. 1170, All
money dne prior lo lhat data will becollocied by
-35TKOTICK TO HUliyCItlUICUIs TO
d& Tlfc 'KEPOBLICAM 'IM TUK PlPilt
aarvad lathe ruin aa4 Sixta wardebyUr. I lJa.
videon.hava bee trtnafarrtdby him to Mr Ueorx
Kraft, aentbeaal corner of 3d oaat aad fiaat Canltol
etreela. who will collect from theeanie from tba Nt
oi Binary, itiv. aii money aaa prior lo '
i wlllbeoollcctejbr Mr Vavldeou
jKrjrcouaiii-.iN's mttru stukic.
fids? eppoelte Maieale Temple. Drnx. Medi
ggrMWKETIlKAKTS AMD W1VIC8.
naal free.la aealea eavelopee Addreaa. ROWAKI)
DDvv,iiuvii, dk a., caiaiieivuia,
2S3,-A UAUU.-A Clerffrman, while
13 retldlaxlaliunih America ae mualonary,
dUcovered aaaiaandaimpl remedy for tbaanr
of Hervone Weaknei, Early Decay, DUoeae of
Ibe Urinary and Hetutael Urian. acd lb whole
train of dlaardre bronihl on by banernl aad
yUieae habit. Ureal nnmbrhavo boon cored
by hi aeble remedy. PrompUdbradealr to
beneBlthe aHllelel aad nnforlnnate, I will aeai
U a aoaled eavjup. lo any oae who aeeda It, yasa
' irrTtrr"o T
jusiru t i.ixin,
aT. BlhUHngna Naur J-k lltly
H0TKL8 AND IlKBTAUKANia
UNITE I) STATES HOTEL
reiinsjlvnntn Avenue, Rear Hie
Kooraa can be lad with or wlthoat meals Plral
cUaa fable board at VT Pr weak
fel If M n BEAK
tiiia 'virnuiu Aiaw iiuiei IB uewiy ana einaaouy
fSmUbed throeahoat, sod ll Hill of Parela not
egeelled laQBallty aad variety by any hooe la
tbobtaie Special lull of Itoouu always redy
far Weddloe aad Jri Traveling Pat
airBBBmeat aro oral cia in ever;
Plica of Board hae bean Sxadlowli
arraBgemeate are Oral claa In ovary rpct Tbe
'ivaui (jubiu un unfit iitiuiswiu) raiu. pi
darclty of money I at the reasonable aura of ffa
TEL Uelr hoi
Lite one of the Prpprlators ef the axchana llntol ,
P B, My eoacbsraato aul from all depots and
ateamboBl tendinis jalfl.tf
ST. CLOUD HOTEL,
C0R. NINTH AND FSTS,
Tae moet central location In tbe city trained I Uly
oifKatte the Pnient Office aod afe0Bla Tciople,
anil oa block from th Qeueial Pott OnlceDc
table D'Hole and Baloon oa Ibe European plan
Blexnntly faralaned Ihronibont
, The retreat cars, common, Hag with the Cap.
iwj, Kxacnuvc aianaloB, Ticaanry, War aod Navy
Departments, and tbe Dahlaiore and Ohio Railroad
un wt, pace ine inor
' BIHH E. A. I'OM.AHU,
Iil3 If Proprtatraa
l V. tTILLAIIB,
WASIUNQTON. I). C.
BLSTAURANT AND D1N1NU KOOU,
Corner If lath and P itreclc, gppoilt Patenl Ofllee,
UYsTBKh In every etyle Jacob boexer tcela
braUd LAUBKBEKK. Maaaay, llnaton A To 'i
celebraledXXandXXX ALBON DKAUOItT.
HIEALS 1UKNISI1ED TO GENTLEMEN
atsny time, TroiaOa. m 11111 p.m.
BTEHMNQ BlLVin WARI,
UlCn FARII rANOT GOODS,
fEARL AND DIAMOND JEWILRr.
AUu . ceii.r.l .nonuent r .ir aud ,l,(.nt
looqa, umiiq.i up.cuU7 ir
M. tv. UAI.T .V 1I1CU., Jeweler.,
1107 rcDoaylv.DlA at.uu., bctw..n El.r.
eum tnd Tw.lilb atiaat,. mM
af QeltmVni, OhTa. will h
"CiT no IIo aud oovlaakx
AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,
1418 and 4300. Ave.,
Opp. Wllfard. Hotel.
TEAS! TEAS 11
Ws ar salllniTeasBooeatspar ponad cheaper
laa aaa ba nnrihatad aleawbera Ureal eara It
Ukea la anaorlet tha bel aad Isaet lavarsd
Taaa, kaaplsf la view for otr oailonsra
ECONOMY AND HEALTH.
HIVB BO CeaU TER rOBMt,
All U.a w.rr.kUJ l (It. ifttt,r.UM
lereby saving ll
Or 44H, JJeeefcA.
Plaatallofl 40Matt OOceal
JavaleeanlB lverBeat) H 4ft
Java, (Cerlea ) 3 ' du
Marlcabo 1 ' M '
Lainyrn 3U ' t
Rio, 3( , 30 and 39eat
Iloleli, retlaaraateaai boarding hoace keeper,
whom larceoeaalltttaof Ceffw. can ecoeomiio
InlhilBMIeta by lef onr r&EMCH bkBAlC
FAnTCOrrSE, Ptice4e)teaU per ponnd.
"Mouer a" eemDraico tjaioaiar, a i,
Baveymera Elaar' celebrated Loaf, Pewdevad
A" Coffee, boil new Tork, IB eta.
rone kico aagar, iwi J cm
Welch Fleer, beat. BJ3 31 rersack
rarrallblaaorrianr, f A AX
1 IMMI lha IJrahaiB flear Tbla la area ad fraaa
arllc. rarlsa, White aad Tsliew I
JMMtdoB Corn. florbsm '
immi oot Tomatoea, "eoreieaa.
sad at very lowest price.
( apora, iLenll ffrereeAOe )
Chow tbow. Creaa k BlaebwsfP
f aaton OlBxer, Chow Chow,
Rard I nee, i Boaelaia, )
Haaeaa of every dirlptloa.
Maecaront and Vrmllla.
la rtaaa aaa be-Iba ail taw.
no.oUt,, prtMlBm. 'R.ir,..M
P. d. ( H.IUrdV"
EittMt., BorB.U'.t X.v.1.',,
..I., Thirn., M.r.B.
BAY LEAVES, IRISK M.3,
snoEs.oRonND and wiulb,
COIIATES TOILET EOArS.
WINES AND LIQUORS,
A large uaaltty ef those rlA sad excellent
j nit received, per clipper hlp"lliry I Klgge '
Alao a complete aaurtment ef
IMPORTED WINES AND LlSXWtIl3.
A traatvarUtyof COOI
SI as always on hand.
OnepowJer. 9I.OO. Extra heat II 1 9
Imperial, el !S3, tleatll 0(1
Japta, nocolnreif, at.Kl, Ileal IV9
Yonaanvaon. ai.Sl.Al Rail II HO.
Oolonx. Rtack.UOo .a:
IlyaoBa.VOe, Ql lie! St. 3,
All Tea warranted to give ajlrecrrea
Uoltar'e nUtaeBJ.egTultehoner, f I no
Uelden, SI I
Porto Rico Uolaatea. ?3
Haw Orleana Uolaaae. new crop, SJ1
Every grade of Melaiice
N13W YOIUC llUTTlSTt.
Several Dairies of CflOICS NEW TOnXT BUTTER
jnai recaivaa at
Choice Imported Luxuries,
Roqncfort Cheese. Treoch Pea, Mnahroom.
A'parainc, atrlax Bcbbb, HlniTad ullvee, flaw
PetteV Paiee M Ore. Black TraBea,
Boaelesa Hardlaaa, Aachovloa, Pelted
CaUnna, Precervad Pre It, Jl
Ilea, and the flaetl
EnglUU Brtakfast anil Jipaitse Tcsl
Tha Celebrated Qaaitr Seap Balls,
With a Large Aiaortneat ef
ciiuice fahii.y unocrmci,
af e, inaranieelag eatlre aallafaalloa
. .- .. Wag Place, ear ArltBiUnMoUl,
delTtf MorthweclCor lead FtTuaeth cWaata.
W. j. REDSTRAKE,
No. SOB New Tork ihTesine, Conaer T
myis-tr Hixlli atroec.
noasrio Baowxixo. Atmaeo AfiaeasTex.
HUOUNIKU K HIDDI.KTON,
axd aiALxas ta
TEAS. WJlia, WIIIBKT,
CIGAE8, TOBACCO. AC,
At the Old Staad of
OEO A THOSAPABKER A CO..
J, I T ! "S"ae. Opposite MatropollUa
.Ifolel, WaihlBjtta, D O fef eolf
Betwaeu Poor and ahalf and Blxth sire!, (lm
mediately la rear of Nalleaal Hotel )
Honey loaned In all lint on W tehee, Dla
mcBdc, Jewelry, Bllverware. Werlg Ayparel,
fnraltar and MeTcbeadlca af avcrv daaarlatlea
The ;,mel liberal term go ara teed Por fair
llahmeat lathe city New nambrL4T4 felO If
4 U AUTlluIlXTT. 4U
No.;aThlrtnfliNlreelt third elaor
aonlh of i'tmu. Afsnes,
Real Estate, Uold a
Jewelry, Bllver Plate, Piano, rernllnre, Ladle1
aad OeaUeioett Wearing Apparel ef alldeeerlp
Faints, OUj, &c
Attention ts called te my ateek ef
TAINTS, OIKS, GLASS, &C,
Which lam offering apeclel lndaromnt fortaah.
Alao d taler I e
Coa Oil. lamps, Chlmaay. VfUV. AteoheL
Ulne, TurpenllBc. Brashes.
No 310 Oktreet.aod 08 LoaUfaae areata, bet
hlxlh and Beventh at . nndar Maaloa Hon.
Plumbing and Gat-Fitting,
into WNE& POWER,
IM.lfMUrUM AMI JAN.l'ITTi:nH,
AID PBALtSS IV
Ho 4KJ Ninth street, between D and Retreat,
Ae-riole agent fer Moll's Lelebraied Tabolai
Oven Ban tea I
U A J II I N E .
Tho Ule.t Improved Maablae la the Market Leek
Its taoveuMaUi aiah
Mueaa. darahlet aasy la
oar reel werx on every e
XU ST OniND LEVEE
ANCIENT ORDEK Olf OOOD FELLOWS,
ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
TUESDAY, MAROU 1, 1170.
The Ixeenllve Cowmlllea weald laferm their
rrleada aad the pnblle leal Ih moet com plate at.
Ma ate have boon made lo make talc, onr
rlret Levee a xraad enteeee. aad wonld gaaraaie
aneventag'e pteaeere to all who favor aa with
Theeetlrememberihlp will epyear la Tall He-
Tickets, Oao Dollar, admitting Oeatlemaa end
Lailea.cenbahadof Ibe Committee, oraay men
ber of (be Order
A , K L Kaeee. J If. iHtea).
a.A-H BtlT P.L bhrirtxlcer.
J U Tower. Vfn Bewar
"hS if 0,rn,',, ""B reataa
KpaUlBg Rapier. Proprietors and Manager
Who will appear la hr own baantifel ereatloa (
appear la bt own bean
ri aiiKit.K k
WBD3EIDA1 sndTHUKlDAf SiailTB. Pb
LAST TWO XiaUTS of tU.bollf.l Deint1
Dram, entitled u
ranriioif, tub littlb crick kt,
WHhapproprlaU Pee ner r. Metbaeleal Bffecle.
Maale. aed a fepleadld Cl of Charxtere,
Panehoa, the Cricket .... Micgie MlUhsll
Te morrow lsbt,(Frl Uy,l
PARbwHL bffEV T OP
The Parcra Keae Oratd EcglUL Optra Troape
coimoBcco MeaJay Alfht nxt.rb ta f9 t
IX. or TniBBACTixa awd wontaa IK
NATURE AND ART,
In balk karepa and America. leteUer W)lh
ittiklaglarlptaral baa, and the OlaMlaatUa
of eeue rtf the prtaelpal eitlei ef the world. In Ilia
alte. will ba aaSlbllad at
f.Ati.r AfTfelril itri.l .a at mA A !! m natll
CplilHlll.eafHIOAT EVEIaO.tSlh Inal ,
UarrecoJeat'd end Trlami hast Inel af
ra mri itua
OBAUD RNOLIhH OPHSA
CASL SOIA.C, D Ugwi A Co., Propria tort ui
li tract or.
D DB VtVo, bntlaea Utntf r
II. JACKbOH. Sicca Manayer
BIX KIUrlT AND A MATIUKX
Comma)- MOM DAT. rebrnary ,
With Walla'a beaatlfa' sad tmpnlar Opera,
, HA BIT A I A. MAltlTAKA
MUS, PABEPA RPgA In bar grral asd nr.
tailed role ef MAMTAMA, with MK" B HK.
OUtN, MK8llt W CAsTLE, A, 1 AWRgnCC,
thl grat appearance) 8 0 CAMPUELL It
CoBdBctor.Ma. CABL UOSA
K TUtenAT. Feb 3&-1IOHBHIAN OinL
DebBt of the yoBlhfnl, ehannti g Prima Doeaa
lepraao,from lie; MsjaalyJaTtiealre. Loadon.
. . MlfU KUSB HEKHEE.
lahermnct admirable rle of Arflae. lawhlch
ban erehe has achieved great nce
Moearl'imskter wotk, (grettlmaln Inglltb. )
-,. TUBMABKU01OP P1UAH
riQAKO no niiiT
Keaervad Rata In Orcheatra, tx W la Par.
Jnette, gt i Dreaa Clrala. 1 60 1 Admiaaloi. l
ialoony, IJcati0lUry,oOfBtiBoet SfO.
Pal fr eai fer the Aral three Blxh-o Vera
THUKRDAT at f a m . at M-trot! Co '.
ftaleforaay n ghl and Maltnee begin eaPrlday
A 0 raid Concert wtll be given af
ODD PELLOWE' HALL. Cfsvy Tar J,)
Oa MO H DAT BVXMRO, P.brnsry SS. al t
PKOr J ESPUTA.
TlskeltODcesui Children hslf prise Reaervsd
Beats M coal extra fell At
QRESS IN SPAIN.
HOW M. R. CillK
Will dellvertbla letaraallag anl Mpiltr Lee
tar, nndar lha iBaplee of l lie Yenag Mea'a
HtlDAY EVENINO. labruaryas.
Ticket laelndlai Bervcd BeaU. w cbIi to
ba had at the rottae of the Aeaoclatlon, ae at
Valleatyne a Book Slor fell St
ASH UAL LIVIB
COLCUBIA COUMAXDERT. No t,
WIlLBXatkl At TIB
HEW UASONIC TEMPLE,
TCESDAT SVESIlta, UAUCH 1, 18TD
I o ctoel
.tv r. - ..-v" ."Trc
t ::.,..,i. , .vi.-j nr:.i'.. ..j. .
aheald be given early feft-eoll
WABBIiraTON CONSEKVATORYOP HOlIC,
THE PIR3T COSOREOATIONAL CHURCH,
Corner of TealhaedO lrt.
PoplU received al all line
PaeClrcatirc, at lha Maileandl
addresa u ll .
fel law 41
tik Elarei, or
Between EUvevlh and Twelfth elaelo.
Open a very alghl with a Anl claa variety enter
aun i,i'itaLuii(iiDi A1V
& Tealh atreel. fwnrth door eonlh of
fadelH Pcanaylvaala avenne
Attorneyi, Agents, to
Tf UOHH lTHKY,
Attornc ami Counacllor-at-Law
WASniHQTOy. D. C.
ivaifiiid, iiv om w, till
jiiBia street. . ,
BUalKEtib, aad the maklagnper Income Stale'
meals fe7 8m
SCOYEL & W1LLC0X,
ATTORNETI AND CODNSILLOES-AT-LAW,
HO 4 AlAltlLKT IfAOlfit
(Boabb er Tbabb Reem,)
vTABDIXOTON. D 0,
Predicate alt United States Courts aad before
the Department 118 1m
E. 0. WEAVER,
REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL AGENT,
No. 1S01 Bevealh street, bet 8 aad T atmta.
Xx. Attorn ej.nt.lJiWf
RICIIAB T. HEUniCK,
Offlee removed from He JO D atrt to No UOO
t atreel, between Thirteenth and Peorteenth
atroela Cbron. pl U
HINE & WILSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Mo.l r.Brud..llC5l., W.alil.ctM
1 CONTENTED MIND 18 BOMB
"Winy you cannot have , you r tht
owitr of property that is not tnturcd.
The danger of Fire at this teaeon of the
year it frcat. If you tcould get rid of '
the ntrvout and uta$y feeling you have
when you hear the Fire Alarm towided,
go to the Offlee of A. S. rilA TT J- SOX,
t'e. 3 Voung ilen'e Clirutian Associa
tion Building, comer AT,n(A and D
ttreeC, and inture in their geod, prompt
paying Companite, the UOilB of Alrw
Ytrl, the riUENIX of Uartford, the
rONKEKSand NEW YOJIK, and
IheFIREUBirSofMui l'.rfc Don't
delav- Batt WOW. d.8-tf
j-i iJ111!!! !i a ail. ' u
Stoves, Etc. .
IlKrAllU FOU JBTUVE8, 11ANOKB,
uin u nai at
UUYll'H 8 nVK KAUTOIIT. J
alUNrNIII BfllLhT, T
BRIHa NAME ANDHUMIigROPBTOvT
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