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W A BHUrirrq't. tt. o.i n 1 1 mt yti t 1 1 ki MAY it, two.
OgBTjTwfc mad, Tt, wwJVnna At.
VY.J. MUKTAQUmi.i Editor and Tfoiirlctor
IWi nana nadartak to tulorn rajeetod onmmn-
MeiUnM. OontHbatora wfll therefor preaarrs ooploa
tnAU WiwiUtillaii, wheth on Iwliiwi or Nk
UoUon,nhnaJd b tdJwwrt to WM J. MTOTtaH,
rwnww nnowiLKKrxnurKlnaM)inavn,u u.
B0WE1 AS Hn owi Ticirctitt.
V csillh attention of otar rtadct Uila
morning lo the rci-wrt of the tnoetiag b( llw
Reform Republican club Jul nlgM. Mr. Ji.
It Miller's speech U partlcularlj tat6rttlnff.
m bo coupled with It tome rich etpoeam fo
the thaiwot rcrutn docnmcDU pmmredbT
Mr. fiajles J l)o en In LU own behalf . Tho
lint la letter dated February 10, 18(11, and
waa addressed to Prwddent Johnaon, and asked
Bowcn's retention m a member of the police
board
It will! Men that Down has an excellent
ophitem of MniM-lf Remember be eoakl not
tnut bU frlenda to write letter endraln
tilm, but lie prepared them hlmlxj thun had
Uicm roitled and clrrulatcd for aLrnauire.
Tbe next docnmrnl Is a mHo of i-wsoIiUorts
which Buwcn wanted to hare adopted, at a
Ot-rniaii meeting, and the next la a aerleeof
romilutiuni endoralna; him, and defendlo him
from certain attacks. Unfortunately Uw Mr.
Bowwi the orlftlnahi of IheM documents were
lwnJ. Tbey are all In Bowen'a hand
wrltmc If any oueduubtalt, and Is curious
alpuut tbe matter, we are prepared to prore
the fact br exldMUoff the original.
e understand there are more of thod pro
rtuu tlnmmcnu In exlstenue, and aa the pam
inlini vrwreascaU wlU bo shown that brni-tj
all tbu ctMiorscinctil Bowen rcr received waa
suinnwtcd by himself. What a modwt man
Buwcu Uv to be sorol It Is not often that
men hatcsuch exalted oplnlona of UwanjniTc,
at least Uicy do but generally sound their own
Dralae so hmdlr. We will have some more
rich ctjxwures ore king, Ilvf In Ifumtnty t
UOISU ABROAD.
Wc learu that Dr Leon .Mean, who ren
dered dlfUuinilsbcd scrrtee as a surgeon In
Uie Union array dating the Uto rebellion, and
who has been In the employ of tho Govern
ment for a few years past, is about to return
to LI natlre country France. This will be
a Miurro of rejfret to thoM who hare been
benefited by his successful electrical treat
ment, and to hi many derotod friends Who
will wUb blm a iUaaant voyage and happy
return to his relative In tho Old World.
The Doctor U brother to the Commbubmer
of Patents lit Tarls, and hofor dlnOnffubthod
seniors at homo has been honored there. He
wan a friend of Gen. Lafayette, and served
w lib hlrn In the revolutionary morcment In
Paris In 1830 when he was badly wounded,
and for hi courage bo recched the Cross, of
the Legion of Honor
He landed In New York In 1&38, where he
reeldcd until the ar broke out, when ho Im
mediately ottered bis services to tha Govern
ment. He maJo himself very useful In the
anuy and caed many live by the applica
tion of hi treatment He served tomo two
jcars at rmory Square HospUal, and iby
nunc w as be appreciated more highly than
i y that eminent surgeon. Dr. BlLw, who was
In barge of that Institution.
One of tho beautiful medal ordered by
Longrwe fur dlsUngubbed scnlee In tbo army
ha liecu conferred upon him, and hU name
Uiurolled among thiMcterau of tho Grand
rmy of the Republic
s a people vie appreciate the mtcnUmt
Mnleu rendcretlby furcigncrs to tho cause
of liberty, humanity and justice. This cause
lit one throughout the world, and among ho
ihoi lc ha till been demonstrated tn a more
dWuU rented and enthusiastic manner than
among the French. Therefore we say all
ball to the French people In their constant
efforts to establish tho rtlgn of liberty aad
law tn their own land.
SMrert Naniaa- Nana Htroa iL fa.
There are in all some 1,900 squares of
ground lu this city, about 100 of these are a
the marvlie of the Kantern branch, or extend
ing into tbe river, about 100 more are Included
In the grounds of the Alms-house, Congres
sional cemetery, and along Rock Creek; aboet
!J00 mora are without fencing or other Im
provements This leaves 700 squares on
which Messn Strong and McKnight might
peweibly find a tree, a fenco or a house to
hkb they might attach one of their tin-sheet
names Four names to a jqnare Is 3,800, at
fifty cents each (the contract price) would In
$1,400 To meet this the Councils have Juit
appropriated $3,500. Why this large cxccm?
Tax-payers tula U a matteror yonr l&reett
gatton the day of rrckonlng.il at hand.
Wonder If Samuel Strong's offers to bet on
Mayor Bowen' election has anything to do
with the t3,S00
If names were i laced on every one of the
1,300 squares, in tho marvhes, cemeteries,
along the canal, both sides, along and In the
river along Rock creek, 61ah run, Buzzard s
point, lurido the Inclosnres of the arsenal,
Monument ground and tbo Malk but t3,40Q
(being ii to each square) were necessary to :
pay Uie 1 111 as per contract, allow that all
thh were done Who rcccltod tho additional
lfl00 ? A here are the Touchers 1
Co-orEiuTivB TrLEOiurniao The enw
ployee of tho Bankers' and Brokers' line
hate entered Into an arrangement whh thq
company by which the entire business U
placed In the hands of those ho do the work.
and the useless, cumlrrous machinery of cx
ti uthc board, board of trustee, electricians
engineers and other itnpernumcrarles most of
whom hate no practical knowledge of tclen
graphing Is thrown to the winds, tearing tho!
earnings of the line to pay tbe actual ex-H
pcmc of working It, and the profits to boi
dhldcd amouc those who earn them. We
hope that this attempt to bring telegraphing!
down to a practical everyday affair, as any
other business is conducted, will bo noticed
by those Mho have occaulon to use the tclo-J
trraph. m
Baltimore bI Ohio BillrosJ RtmstsI f tfc
Trwk fnm tks Hsrsra Kerry Frsprtf.
The Baltimore and Ohio ltallrood Company
ha for mora than thirty jear ued a portion
of the Government land at Harper Ferry
without paying rent for it When tho line
was surveyed, in IStl the enginoer deter
mined to build tho roud diagonally across the
rler from tho point where the Harper's Ferry
bridge now stand', running up Byrcn's Island
-over which the right of wy was secured
for a trltlu-and strlkinir the Vlrtlnla shore
about two miles ahovo, Just at tho north point
of the property It was soon discovered,
howcicr, that if this plan was carried out It
would no necessary 10 construct a neavy wau
to protect the road from freshet", the cost of
which H ould not Im) less than 3 000,000. Jht
plan was, therefore, abandoned, and the com
pany turned Its attention to the Government
property lying along the river and used (or
armory purpose
Cemgnws refused to grant to the company
tho right of way oter tbl land, Uit lu 1KW
tho Secretary of War gave them a sufferance
right toiuoa strip of land thirty feet wide ad
1ftjint to Uie rher. and on thin the track was
laid hince that time the company has grad
ually cucruacbed on the Government projicrty
unui li now o eupies an me iana wnmn sixty
feet of tho rlur and. It Is claimed, in lured
Uio Wbule trac t During the session of 1808-flO
Congress parsed an act authorizing the Seero-
W T i mi n ui'l"") ui his -1 I'll. lj Pllin-
pcrs Ferry at puMU sale and Uie railroad
company evidently Intended to purchase It.
But when tho sale cloeed, Nneinber 80, 1800,
to the anrprbte of those present, the hammer
fell at 170,000, and tho land wa declared
sold tothoagentof amanufitcturing company,
wtilf h nnw ttronoses to elect the eoinoanv and
take np the track, 1 he cae will t pretty
sure to iret bato tho court. H'osft Oor ttaU
titnore Anuria.
(J-afrl Bstlf r M WIret a LstUr.
An ancient acd very Tajaabla caution, to
the effect that when one U writtfiyf lotters lo
different persotw he should be careful to In
close them In properly directed envelope, re
cetes a new enforcement from a recent mla-
uko made py no less pciwo wm v7",'a
liutlr t the recent dinner of Ui6 Colby
UnUersliT AlumuL lion. II W l-ulne -eail
tbu ho Um rt-cehed a letter from Uoneral
Hmler (In which he Intended lo exenae?) x
ruslng himself for belnj aixvnt, wherenlon b
read the following
Ciat If Mr WbltUowf Mil m Uut 1 had ar
thlu la tk with tits Mat of kI(ahltWi Ub edewav
TIIKHITI ATHIN.
tlC'MpHA(ln ThrlrOriiiliiAitdHntiillAn.
NUMBER X
As further Illustrative of the derivation and
Ftlrtenro of aiKwer nuUldo of tho dimtltii.
lion there Is something peculiarly notlcrahle
In the action of Congress in these projxisals
for the "annexation of Text I. ' In that uc-
Pmlatlon tbe careful reader and stndcnt of
Istory will olwcrto a remarkable and yet just
dlscrlmmatloaroada between tbo rrmtotiocrf
Tutu mnA t Ka Vl.il i. T... '
In tho annexation nf thn rrnnhlle of Tcviul
her whole territorial domain, and her sov
ereign ownership, and Jurisdiction oict It,
were liaosferrort to the Oovemment of the
united States. This was declared, ordained
and done br the people of the said republic
through their deputies la comentUm am-
hied for that purpose, and with the ecmocntof
her existing government, and upon the terms
and cuudlUoosas set forth In the Joint rclu-
non oi annexation already rcicrreci to.
A Kaaitabc called 'Texas was ttirn carved
out of her original territory by comjnt of
CunfrMc embraecd wltliln rrrtain Prcccrlbcd
precTnets, having a State constitution, with
a republican form of goTernment. preparatory
to Its being so recognized and admltteel by Its
dcletrates In Congress no er a further joint
resolution as follows, vin
" hercaa tbe ttngiTis of the Lulled Ststeve,
by a Joint ruwihitlon, approved Marcti 1, IM
did consent that the territory proper. Included
might be crce-ted Into a new State, lo bo called
tAe Mate of TVrns, with a republican form of
government, to be adopted bt tho pemde of
m(1 rrpwWic, by deputies la convention as
scmtiled, with the concent of Uie exbtlng gov
crnment, In order that the same might lw ad
milted rtOfwoiVW(Tlef ome lotion, which
cortsmt oj LiMin-M was given upon rrrtain
ctmditfcm specified In the first and second
sections of said Joint resohitloii, and whereas
me ponpie or me ati iirpuowoi lexns, oy
detHiUee tn convention assctablcd. vi llh the
consent of the exUtlng government, did a frpt
a ronwuufion ana errci a mte yore, run a
rrputtticamform of gorrrnmrnL and In the
name of w pfopfc of IVms, and by their au
tnorltv. did ordain and declare that lliev as
sented to and accepted the propnnal, rondl
Uons, and gaarantecs rontaiuod hi said tint
and second sections of said resolution! and
whereas the said constitution, and the Proper
evidence of lu adoption bv Vw vnrnte of (t
l$Tliic qf Tvza, haro been transmitted tn
uie rrcsiucut oi iuo uniicei oeaies ana mm
before Congress, la conformity with the pro
visions of us Id Joint resolution- Therefore
VfrsoreJ by (ft Nmati and How oflitprr
tentative of lb fntM Statet of Anuria tn
Conqrttn assrmbM, That thoNeieof Texas
snail no one. ana is norebT declared to ! one.
of thtf United States of America, and admitted
Into the Union on an equal fixtltyj tefA ih
original Statrt tn all rtrpects wUatevrr,
rSeclIon 3. And br U further enacifl, ro-
-hm-t,j inn unui mo ivcprcscuuiuTC in
Cumrrcu shall be apportioned accordlnir to
an actual enumeration of tho Inhabitants of
the United State, the Sate of Texas shall bo
entitled to rhooeo two Representatives " Ap
proved December !W, 184. 1
"An act to extend the laws of the United
States nicr thmftateot Texas and for oilier
purposes.
it enadfl by the Senate and otesro
lltvretentatioe Of tna CnUM Hate of Amer
im in OottareMt OMarmhLiL That all thn l.w
of the United States are hereby declared to
extend to and over and to hare full force and
effect within the State of Texas, admitted at
the present session of Congress into the con-
retteracy ani union oi me umiou ctaies.
Approved ueccmocrsv. iovm
That' Is. -a NT(i?-calleJ Texas, bv and with
the consent of the people of Uie Jteputrfte of
Texas, and nnder a constitution formed by
them, has been created, and on their applica
tion aoiniiicci into me conieucracy sty tea me
United States of America as a legitimate mora
her thereof, and the laws of tbe United States
have been extended over said State and terri
tory. i no provinion contained lu Uie pretimiuarv.
or, so to speak, enabling resolution of Con
grew for the creation and admission of new
States, formed out of the territory acquired
by the annexation of Texas, U evidence that
ooiu panics were acung ana cousuicreu utcm
selvcs as acting. Independently of any author
ity derived under the Federal Constitution.
The third section of the Joint resolution reads,
viz:
"New States, of convenient size, not ex
ceeding four in number, in aiblitUm to said
Slate of Texas, and having sufficient popula
tion, may nereaitcr, ny me consent oi sam
State, be formed out of the territory tlwreof,
irnirn tnau ve eiuuipu to aimtssion unaer uto
provisions of tho Federal Constitution." A.c
rtow, li uio anneiiunn m ui lupuutic, tnu
Uie admission of the Stat of Texas Into the
Union "on an equal tooting wlili Uie original
States In all respects whatever," was consti
tutional, and this stipulation placed the late
territorial domain of the republic of lex an,
and the State of Texas, under all tho provi
sions of tbe Federal Constitution In Uie same
seuse and to tho same extent as the original
State and territorial domain of tbo United
States were under Uicm, Mhcrc, It nmj with
reason and propriety be asRctl, m a the need
of any new provision allowing the creation
and aumUfdoii of new States comprehend ad
within, and to be formed out of her original
territorial nreclnts. now become tho i-roperlv
of the United SUtcs ?
All tbe sUnulaUons made and the condition
exacted and the guarantee given by either
Kjiy snow cienrty mat me uovtxumeui oi
e United States was acUng, and intended to
act, upon Its own supposed capacity of su
premacy outside of the Constitution, and hi
this capacity it acquired a sovereignty over
Uie new territory with Uie creation of which
Uie ConsUtuUon had nothing to do. with hhh
the States as several sovereignties bad nothing
to do.
that this convention with the Republic uf
Texas, being made with her In her sovereign
capacity of an Independent nation, cannot
and must not be construed a If It were made
witn the people of a territory already or orhrt-
nallyapartof tho national or State domain
of Uie United Slates, or as If the Bute in ques
tion were caned out of territory purehaed
from a foreign power, leaving that iowcr ftlll
In existence) aa a separate sovereignty; there
Is, as I have said, a very critical dUunctlon
made In the resolutions of tho Congress, be
tween Uie Republic of Texas and the State of
Texas, and this dlstlncUon I carried out
through all the negotiaUons and proceedings
of Uie two parties. It was undoubtedly lntcn-
iionai. ana mow ccruuuiy very uuporuiut hum
Biirmncani.
The parties negotlaUng were Independent
oi eaca otnerm au respecu wuaicvcr, ano
what are tbey negotlaUng about? Tho re
Kubllc of Texas proposes to sell and turrindcr
er domain and her sovereignty over It as an
Independent republic to the (founinunl of
the United States. The (iovemment of tho
United States consents to entertain the pro
posal, and agrees that on her complying wlUi
certain precedent coudlilqus, and pledging
herself to Uie performance uf certain Upula
tlous done and guaranteed by a convention
of her ncoole. the United Slates will eon-
r:. i ".. ..... t . -
em mat me repuouooc icxa n; onn
portion of her territorial domain Into a Slate
organism assimilated to the republican form
of the other States, In order that as such
ckoic organism, not as a sorercign republic,
It may become a member of the confederacy
vied the United States of America, to which
she cedes her rcmilnlng territory. Now, bo
It observed, that all Uie while Tuxas b per
forming these precedent conditions, vt hither
caucu an luuepuueieui iii'uuiic ur w itow
State, she U acUng iu her sovereign capacity,
lndependcnUy boUVof tho Congress and tho
Federal ConaUtutloo.
Hence the conditions upon which Uie recog
nition and consent of Congress Is given to the
preliminary proceedings of the republic of
Texas are one thing; while tho actual annexa
tion of her tcrrltory.and the admission Into tho
Union of tho Stateot Texas, according to the
relaUons of sovereignty and allegiance ostab
lUhud by the Onstuuuon between tho States
and the national Government Is quite another
thing. Her coming into this Onion In the
capacity of a new state member thereof is
another covenant than that which proposes or
assents to Uie conditions and stipulations to
ner preparation ot ncrseu xor sucn annex a
Uon. and for such admission Tho one Is an
agreement or treaty, If you please, v lth her
In her sovereign cafwlty of au Independent
republic owing no allegiance to Uie United
States. The other Is a covenant vt lUi her as a
new poUUcal organism whose sovereignty has
been already surrendered to the paramount
sovereignly ana jansaicuon oi me unucei
States. Iu other words her own supremacy
as a nation 1 gone, and her territory ami
State life are now under tho jurisdiction of
tho national sovereignty of republic styled tho
United State of America. Hence Uie Htatcof
Texas stands in tho Union on an oqnal footing
with tho original States by virtue of the cove
nant for such bci admWion made vtlth tbe
national sovereignty, and not by i blue of any
provUlon therefor In Uie Federal Constitution,
ilia prior or j'rvicue-in numuucr in ucj
territorial domain, and her national rapacity
and sovereignty as an Independent republic,
was ber own act. It required no "enabling
act," no consent, nor could it bo by any com
pulsion of Congress, but only Uie wUl and
action of her own people thus to change her
political character and status amoug the na
Uous. Being already and hitherto herself a
sovereign power, In Uie exert hie of such, ber
own sovereignty, she might make herself a
State In tbe sense of tbe Federal Cuimtltutloii,
yet without thereby becoming or entlUing her
self to become a mom ber of this confederate
Union Something more was necessary She
could not force herself In the Union as an Inde
pendent republic, nor could she stand In It in
.any such tuUonai capacity
I Hence, the proposition, on her pun, iu hed
the complete rennuclmluti e-f ueh bur t-vlHI-01
character aud relation bhu wunic tho
inferior posIUon of a territorial depeudcucy,
and her iwotde necessarily tiome i Itlzens of
rhM fTnltpd Hute. aad. as sin h. uloe t to the
pAnunuuot supremacy of the NatioiuU (Jov
mmnt nf tbA Union. So that while the onu
CODTtoUtyD waa an affracment with the repub
lic of Texas In her sou reign cipaelty. on
side of the Constitution, the other was a cove
nant with the State of Texas recognizing her
as a new political organism, formed out of a
territory the cxclnlvr sovereignty over which
had leen ceded and surrendered to the United
States or, In other word, as said Ifcfore, she
Is no more a noion but a State, and, as swb,
she sustains the same relations to tho Oenetal
(JoTcmment of tho Union ns the original
State, enjoying similar, but no more, rights.
of freedom, sovereignty and independence,
subject, nevertheless to iha fundamental con
ditions of rack her ititt-'hlp In It .
Now, pan It be for a moment snpptwcd, can
It bo at all reasonably or Justly clalncd thai
the republic of Tevas, having thus Voluntarily
made smh n surrender of her Independence
and her lerrltnr) as n nation, and her people
having been tho Incorporated In the Union
ns i Hire us or the I nltcd States aeronllnir lo
tho principle1 of the fceh ral Constitution, UmI
the cople and State of Tevas, so as aforesaid
i reated and admitted Into the Union, can ab
nnfttA It alh withdraw from the Union, re
nounce and repudiate their allegiance to tho
ucnerai uovemmeni oi tnai union oy a tiugic
rantiitlnn or ordinance nf aomwlon.
Has It come to this that a foreign and lndo
Hfmlsnl tint Inn 1ml forblv iiittftlnlnff hrr own
existence, can sell and surrender herself Into
misconicaeraey oi cisica, receive- mo iwvwv
tlon and enlor all Uie advantages of this mil-
ntdcont heritage, be placed thereby In a career
or nnexampien goua loriune ( ana men, wnen
all ber debts are paid, her lands redeemed
iroiu encumorauce, ner oiiucat emoarraM
ments overcome, and her prospcrliv fully
ostablUhed, can, without the ronxent of tho
existing nation amove rnmcnt,wiina raw again
to ber Former state of Independent nationali
ty r That she cannot only do this bnt also re
take and rlalut to bold aa ber own " atl public
eallncvs, forUflcationA barracks, ports "
harbors navy and nary yards docks raajra
xlnca, arnu, armaments, and all other prop
erty and mean pertaining to Uie public de
fence,1 ceded by ber and bdoinr,lng to the
Government of the United Slates f
Such an act could only be regarded and
deslgnatcel as a flagrant crime, and erne of
two things only coaldbeitsrt nil In Uiocase
tf Texas. She either throw herself entirely
out of the Union bark Into her orlirlnM status
of au lndeiuidcnt republlo, ur she forfslt her
State rapacity and iv lieges In the Union,
and ceases to stand on an equal footing with
the original States In any resiect whatever.
In the one rase she Iwromca sublet t bi the
conditions ami laws of war, and may be sub
jugated as a foreign naUou. In tbo other ease
she may be remanded luto a territorial condi
tion, ana oeconira mijcn iu wniKTtr nvw
tenns or guarantee the Oeneral Government
of the Union mav reoiilra aa conditions prece
dent and fnndamcntal to her t -erection Into
nn lnde)endent State organism in the Union.
Bclnffanon-conotllutlonal creation, endowed
with State capacities and freedom, under no
provision or picugooi me eoerai eyonwuu
tlon. she can claim nothing Independently of
the covenants and conditions of annexation
ami admission. Sho Is subject entirely to the
power and gracoof the Government outside
of the CoustltnUont that power Is now wielded
by tbo Congress and the KxccuUve of tho na
tion It was increased in the leirblatlve branch
of the Government by Uie annexation of Tex as
In the ratio of two Senators and two Kcpre
scntaUres, subject to a still further Increase
npon the creation of four new State out of
tho said territory "j addition to said State of
Texas" covenanted In the Joint resolution
for anncxaUon. H. 8.
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wm deduct) from thtf wm. pUuo cU tbo Ht.
tlon Houmoo thaNarr Vardand oortlfjtotbelrctAimt
Daim too loaartr' lurmwiin.
NVALUABLK FOR RKOOIUKJ.
Carbnnlaoit or tUMf rpor obanM at one Work
Ink of Ui paJUlt kind to a
FHRMANKTr JKT BLALK,
And proro tho durability of th Ink rouar wrIUng
won.
Noto, Ijolr,Ial and Sornion Tspor, ood fllaftk
Ilouka wl all kind a, mado of
HfXJVKR'S FIRiTT-CLASSCARBOiflZEnrArrR.
t for tho Dlatrict,
4 OJ rWTOOth atra
IWTIIKfiLPRKMrTimilTOFTIlK UISTRICT
x eirueieuMiiiJv, tiik idu uai ur mai, vi'f
eouiano rota, nainun,
Harriot Onatiey, Carulin IMn-1 Ko. Ull, In F-julty
dalL and laaUh Hod)!, da-f
fandanla, i
Oonwriktnnf IhcpUlnUff by M Tbompaon, baraolle
llnr. Itta itntarad Oial iha lUfandknlB run Uudr an.
paaranr lo b ontorod boroin on or bornr iha flrat
ruUdayooanrrlnx forty daya aflor tbl day.otborwla
in cauo wuj do uruoooaod who aa m raaa ui utiam
myll W3w A truoojyy R. J MKItlS, Clara.
WAHMIfllTOX. WORFOLK. AND
miMTllV HTUAMIUUT IJ liLTh
KANUUA
(nt htaainr I AHV Oh THK LAKE.
I IT 1
itui
Laptela Door, WAnlllYnTtVV FOR NOU
H)I.KMn iltlNUAY and THURSDAY at Id. m..
loucblnc, 1 and fro, at AlaundrU. Fort WaablnU,
(Hymnal, Itnay iWnt. folnl Ijmkoat, Bt)d ForUoaa
itn. 1taaa NtllttltLK It I D.
OToryTelFJtDAYaMl SR1UAY, ooonocUnc at Nor
(Ik with Uio Boaton ataamara. Tbrovcb tkkala bauod.
yvr rralitol or paaaajr apply al wnarroa loot or rota.
a iiiHi. llaiMvatiiwa. an I fontftl Korantb atroai.
WaahlDatun. on lMrd tn (JIIArl KFKAH, Uoporln
tondaat, or to B. V BROWN HON, Unrai Aianta,
evraar Naw York avano and HI loooiti atraot.
DtwiwWi runi aiAtj rrummn
VUN8TAHLK BALK
eouaty of Waabiiwtoo, D tX. al lb nil of llanry Bar
ttm, 1 ba aotaod and UtkB lo aooUna all tbo rtfbt,
tilla, claim and InUroat of Woa. Landoii and Donnt
Oonnor, In tbo follow lnf-aaraod gouda and ehattal
On (t) Fram Taoamont llonao, Carpootorobop and
uoaiiiiniu wrm oi luaaa ui rounu, hiuuw wa ui
futffnl Nav .linn iHMii lid II af ranL
1 horahy sir Botdlbal on HATlILDAr, to 4tb
r ot May, W), at I o o'oiMcit, a. m , I U1 oflar for
aalaad and lataa InUi aiaontloo. bv nohllo boo
u, nn lua protiuaea, uioaavx fioui tnu ooatfaia mi
mim, oj RfrjHi avinim mi
tbablyliaatlddderfwrcaab. CltAa. A.K1HHKLL,
myllU UMMtoLlo.
wnHi!a row . D l May two.
iiitit i:m it i: u ti it i .
KNCfll'ltAflR HtniE MANUFVtTritJ.
FINR AND MEDIUM BOLK LEATHER,
DRKS3 AND FOIIO TRUNKS,
With MeMamy'a Falont fttaya and Honaoi ratant
Rnbbor Ournora.
ALSO,
PAtKINO TTirNKR.
KUNNFT HOXKH, VATIKFJV,
LADIK.V ANb MKN A KATC'llFfil,
TUAVKIlNtl HAUii, llARNhki,
HADDLKUY, Willi's. Aa.ia,
J tllEH H. TOPH tn eV to
MKVENT1I KTItUKT.
(Iuo door alMtTe OtU Fellow' Hall.
RifAiaiMrt Tronka oorrd and ropairod prom i tig
and thoroucbly by iporlncod workman niyll-fru
PAIUIIM(H' Ht'UXM,
AD Urn. ,nd .liM.
COAL AND HAY BOALFJ),
s
1'l.iTruRM AND COUNTER WALKS,
IIKAM AND MAUKKT BCALEU, A.
AT MANUFACrrUKEIU' PRIUBfL
KUALK RRPAIRS rURNlSIIRD
JU1IN A. IlAKL'll, Sol. Aval
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE,
mjlolm IdMtoUn. iwjim. but, flii .ltd 10m .4
IVAIlflNM.
Xf.
I bar on ban t ln aaaortmanl of Oommnt
rooda,Mrnat Wboelaod Taoia llamaoa, lloary Am
iMilaao Itamoa. oiimt aa nw Wagoa aod.Ridtn
rlrtdla, llora an I Mai (Joilara, llailors, Dui
mat ks'iitii"', ciitiTNTiniH',
And otbar Tuija, Uollowa, Aarlta, Vtaoa, llnra and
oeTOar,
Iron bolta, Ac, new and aaound-
JH. Ac.
a uidbm and nlbaro will dn wall to aiatuln tor atook
bfir pnrohaalng laawhr.
n li It, iron, aaaiaia, mo ,uin in rinnnn iur
Na 4sUy hl'ULMI HTOCK tNa IMt
7tu St howofemat ttr Bt
MARKRITEH'S.
Tb Urgeat and cbJtt aolooUon of
PAPKR IIANGLNOS IN THK DISTRICT
Ranctnc In prto from HX cent lo ft,
PIOTeTRR FKAMKH.
I-jtibrariot Walmi and tUt Orala, all aUM, on hand
and made li urdar adlUl Oral (Jilt r raouto, UiOerviit
alio. In atort (Janl Pttotooraph kraniw, a roal rart
tyt a iraid HU Pbutocrapa Frame, l
WINIK1W BHADRfl
lHlfarant Ihm and oulor aiiadaa inadalo irdar
A limited but cbolc aaUoliou ot
PAINTINGS. KNORAVINOB 1 1 IIROIIOS
lUndamiwIy framed, alwaya lu atora,
r.rtn.HUycaaU. MAIK.TK1
pH 480 BsTeaUi atrtot, Uu t and P.
aS.
IURU.
RKARl R8 -On th moniat of IW Mil nl May,
Ihadlrt I. Infant ana of lamoa ILondU, A. BoarloP,
Th inl trtJaoiSo uAaTwtJtHdai) sftar
nnn. al I t'alnnkJfraM Iha raaiiVaooo af bat naronto.
i oovwi iwouM twow ia a
twaapouapattrapiwaaoapT
67 0iulcitiikcrsT(
aioauan v. tuavir Atosao i. nas.
" HAltVEY & MARK,
ud;eiitakeks,
" 'NO,Ji r.HTnERT,
BETWEEN NINTH' AND TENTH.
ftra
C8.
THK NEW
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GROCERY
ESTAllLISHMENT
BeraanlHayes&Co.,
1 !
No. 1)01) Hovonth Street,
Uotvt;on I ami K,
Ar mm oaorlag
(li'tKAT l.NIttraiITfl
Tothotradcuwonaatofamllioaaad booakopt.
W ar dolly roootrlnc Una ooaattminont of
Fresh Goods,
Awumrat Uiom noto lot of
OUANtJi: C'OrNTV (MHV YOIIK)
ntlTTRU.
InbaUttitM. Alao.
PKNN-iVLyAMA ItOIJ .
Fro, and sUtn al Haw York rlos
rr-uoooa dflivfrkd to ant fart of
tub crnr ntEE or ca&iiap.
Bernard Hayes & Co,,
WHOLESALEttRETAILGROCERf,
Na. 009 ftevvath Street, Detwrea I a4 K
wyS mres-ia.
AMERICAN ran COMPANY
T
MALAaA0RAPK8,prlrn,He,pon'
BANANAS, (rory baoinJ ot. pf do.
DATFA (now,) I lb, for $1
M ArLK BUOAR, (Tnmwat,) It, for L
rRUNFS, iTorkUh,) II ot. pot lb
FlOfl, nsrtqrMtT,M4o.porlb.
aaANQRA, V and U st. pw dos.
-Amort" BdtaborgBIftOUiT.WoU. porbot.
URAHAM W AFRIW.
ltl-14i01'raMylaalA Av-anc
Osroarra rriixaaraf Rotvl
Merchant Tailors.
JOHN WANAMAKElt,
Sample Parlois,
1410 PENN'A AVENUE,
OrrOMITKWILLAUDH'IinTKI.
ooiTina vBKTi.ias and rAKTALoomuv.
SAUru iuubii alwats on hand.
R.ati.Ulf
mblt U WW. III! MOTTK.
flllllM MKANI, UlNINUUI.
L. BAIl,
CORNER OF SKTENTII AND E STREETS,
llrabr dMlra. to l.rom kla iri.ndt ud tb. p.UI,
n du
F11 U.lLlmnM
JCjUSUPKHIOR IN STTLK AND LRSS IN fRlCR
tu.a im bo... . Ut. Dirtftot ... .ITnrd ti frft.r
I r ttapMUl MUnUuo d to OllDERKD WORK
OLOTIlINO RRTABDlfliMKNT.
Uot of H..MU1 ud K rtnU
nUMm WMbtinton. U q
OEOltOE IJUKCJliLNO,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
No. 13l8Ftrert, betweaa Thirteen la au
Faartarnth atrrcta, aaath aldei
GOODS, and la propared to warrant a portvo It
at UlWItUPKICKH than an athavluiTi R.
niiM
inan i inorouMuieer tnia mil
Loan Olticcs.
OLD NBW
ArfK IAVKSHRD I1Y ALTIIOUITY. ,1QQ
IJURNSTINE'S
LOAN OFFICE,
Na. 473 TUrteaalk Htreel lUra dar saaih
f rrnajylraaU Avaaaa.
HON RY I-OANRD on Um t foil catomr OS Baal
myrtf
niiAiitdiM uimzuxmim iaian officb.
(UTaaUSaaO lMdlil
331 0 BTRJtlT NORTH,
Jf and fllith
af MaUoaal U
4 Money loaned lu all rami on Watabee, Dtantoada.
walry, Bllroroara, Weartn ApparoJ, Farnltare aad
larebaadle of rry doaoriptlon. Tb Moot Hboral
tornta (naraatood For fair dvailna and Jort weuant
aiioilar atabtiabniQl la this euy
VONHULT YOUR OWN INTEREBTB
J from llUHporoaae.bibarlB.atCX
drio btJrk. wn-ix oi m5 mil
St, Oloua liotalj
I Qt
ftccittl Notices.
lie I
UWtMaV
Tornnlno. MAY 11.1870. allJO
aaiio Tattinla.
Piordarof
Jf. M. y It, J, BLAKKIOCK
OOV-IMUMON MHM.K, No. IHTIU.IIK
" wUlMAmootlnf of Dawaon inln,no, 1,HpIi1
fdl-parMaUonor tbM W (L M im TiIUR-lAY
KVFniNO.MaylLalT
Tfmpla. aoroov of F and
nrnraToi to ". m,
wl1l-tt - fStaff
O H.TWQMrSON,a
niA I4in
Na.
10-Tb atUadaaa of
af ovarr inMobor ) ro-
,tot1 al Iho ronlar bm-Um oa THURSDAY KVR-
llflU,lMh Intiaat, wbona Matter of bnporUnc will
a an, mil vi vai ft iFiuf, m ifiv "ij
fSR
JOHN A MOULD UN. Ros. 80
5
I. i.n.pr
(JKANll lAHMJFAN Alt-
lla -Ui bobotdWBDNKrlDAr
W7 UoaofUTayvtloH. A IhapUr, No. a, wul b
hM fr th flrM
nor of Fond HhV
viniuiiiiwnwmn vrv pifi, vw
ith atrmU, WRDNKSDAY, M II. si
.Mjr.,-iVTrl.rpndi" '
IQltN KPW IN MAHQN, BoorStary
Kjwa.NOTIt KNo fJalarnl Krr-4m will hv
allowaiftrt UniTat Ulyaintit (MtaMaTn. By
ordvtof jiarMll TIlK rROPRIRTOR.
-lN MlUrlOltlAM-ilUANIM'lTOltUH
' Tb roboaroalaof lh nnal for th kith of May
mwhwotiIob, at Arttrwlon, will Ukatlao on THURH-
DAY KVhUlNOa, May U, 19 a4BS,al Unonla Hall
www in ini iHiin,, wuj
bonk wiU pjaaao bring
I fib arw of ArranvaftianU.
0Vatwot,oorUXTraaary fell-noi
rrK. AD T1IHKK ANI jnjK
- v.li rj ikasJU) aiaiianaoQ iot fanowriiir
tny-OItAWATFIt, KlMHlNdKN. Vl IIV
' OOfelH'Ot and thr Mln-ral Vator on
dranghl. al UOUeUILUTS DRUO BTORR, opi-Mlt
MavunlaTornplo.
rif vVpaa tUday AMmnlot Ho of FRKNt li',
KNQUSHaad AMklUUAN FABRIOK, formatoM
trad. OnrfaolllUMiW oteing p Brat-olaa order
wnrkatoowaqoalbidUthaelty. An tporioaoof ovor
flrtoonyoarv, tncoihor wltb our oonnootlnn wttbth
boM Aiuvrloaa aad fnratcn Im ua, aoabtva w fc off
at all Umaath rory Utoat aad boat Un of good. W
taaaly lonwvd a voooafUVm by wbtob wo onon In VTaah
Ma-lna gonda Importod al Ww York In Ion days aftor
arriral Wa am etnr 1h only aront for th elabralod
II arFRKNLll YOKH BHIRTrt. wklobwomakalo
ordor W bar alao aararod on of tn beat Bon' and
Yootha OnUoratand hraftr ahall maks YooUn'
loyT Iw
l nAu.nrTrtiNco
ty-fJFLM'K Tiriir WATKH,
Hoi I le! nnder lberlapfrloloaf the. Frrarh
(laveraatent tMO.
FWIoontii otroot,
aY-nFCaHTItONOJYJFrKIWl.NTIIK
Th andrUrod, Joda'
rKlua. 1)1 lahHi
of RUetLia of thi
dot, In tho HHth Warilotl
TllGK
mNDlYrTtlKSDAY. VYKDNRNDHY.
waunrwiLiii
DAY, a4 TfilDAY, May a, K), 11. U, and
noUo b 1ra f aa abridawnMol of t
i lowiMiaainwar omco,oa i atr, poMroon poronea ana
Rbrbth otrooto, from I lo I o otnok p. aw, for tho porno
of propartnc a Rn of tba qnallnod rotor of tb Blath
Nataratlavd olUaonaaroby law rooalrod topmdoc
oarUKealoa of naiorallMtloti, or ooreiflod ojtv,or
TllOMAB LM)N()HO,
JAMa,HjMlNAIJrMm,
ROHKRTH F(K)KKR,
J II OKOHHMAN,
nyT-St JadaToaof JCWottoo, Waablnaloo. D Q.
Dry Goods.
ftl. TALOUA:0
ar now rooatrlaa' a oploodld atock of
NEW DRY GOODS,
rmPtdL. at
ABTONG911I"eU.T LOW rtUUKL
Ladl wfll ptaa coil sarly and aaaoatna, al Na. T 03
Qonvr Markt Baaoa, apaV
WlllTtt MlUt lHHli.
n nil rrooeo bwuiu,
VTUUBwlMMaaUna,
FtaUl Nalnaooka.
Fall atook of all I btda of Droa Good I.
Onratoektsfnlt laarary dvporfanoal, and alt toipda
aiU ba sold sl th
Lowrcrr cash friofa
WaiI.IUHIIaUV.
No. 713, (OM No. 30,) O-atral Btoros.
myMt oppoatU Contr Markot.
L largina oar btor,w
Dry Goods
AT WONDFRFULLY LOW rniCESI
(krnadlnaa, 1 0, l.M sad 13 osnta.
Lawn. (faa oolora,l VmH dmU,
rrUla, Uottotva, CaUooea, 4a Try choap.
tr-BLACK BILKS from 81 to 80, which can
not b sioaUod at tb prtc.
A rwr lr tork of all kind af DU8IRABLK
OOOIttl at qvtok aoUtn priooa.
ONU I" Hit El JUttF DKAUNQTO ALU
IKH1AN A WYLIIU
a Na KMOSoTonlhatrooLN W
CARPETS, MATTINGS,
Lnco CurlnliiH, Ac.
Jiunes U. Doilson,
810 Market 8prv. Tlitrd Uwt rroM III,
Crnrr .f Ninth .lrel .ad lrna.
rlTK.1. a.r,..,
nUUHNlOM,
TAPEWTUV,
Tiiiir.R-ri.TANii
IMIRAIN CAlirKTl.NCft,
AlMt . Cooipl.t. MMrlMUMll t
FAKOT, RIO ASD rLAIN f UlTIt HATriilUK,
.t prlwM ruihi Inm'ii 1.30 wt. frarfwd. llu
.tochaf
I.ACII IUKTA1NH. CORNICKK, H 1MMUV
H1IADK.H, FIAtOK OH. CIX)TI1H,
ItOOll MATH. It M'H AND
KTAItt CODH,
n.MMrMr,miiMrttfcMi m tiiumti, Md I. bMm
nUMUtlMNtMdHltM
JAMES B.DODSON,
810 Markri Ha-. Talrd Door fraaa Nlolh
ircrr. wi
1223.
1223.
FLOOR MAHINGS
AMI
OIL CLOTHS
Window Bhados, Flfttor Oorda. Tuool. 1 ,a vary
I. P. CldAltK'M.
MjalhT'" 1
mi3 Ponaayhaala arenaa
BARGAINS
BLACK Bn KB.
OOLORKD 8ILXB.
JAPAN h.
II KI
tUltllt POFLI1
BLACK ll'KRNANL
CHRNR DRFJW OOODB,
nLnuiinr nuiiimio,
FOR LAUI EB, abaaplO, tt aad Bi Ota,
HKIJIVoV NAUDAIN,
!AIN.
u lb aid,
OJO renuajiraoiaareaoo.ai
Inro door front Bri
AItlJAINH! UAUtlAINMlI
For tb boat DRY OOODB al lb Loweat Prtcoa,
ItlNO Fraaaylvaala Avrsiaa.
la dally reooipt of Jrr Oooda from th Nw York
Ladi' aad Oenileman Iin Uaadkrohlf
chaapet than r bar boon tnld.
Htrrt' Kraldlnoo, ID and J I conta, aorta Jl.ti4
wStlV and Colored 1Mb lyuUta, 30 and OM oao to,
rlfuied
nvaniui
larwo alt Unon Napkin, f)l' par doaaot worth
Anotaar larae larcao of Iiaaa Towat rocotrod,
. IBlar) Na.ltraOPeaJlraIaroni
yiY ClOODH AT JOI.l I'ltKKM.
HMTm
yard louc,at3aBU JU0 Iiaaa
tl.j4bhl7 TAM(a
thJv7a,fi
Uar ooUr lot of Dra Oooda at half former priooa.
teek of Oaaatmoro at old priooa, OarpVtatoba
lea tkaa oot. ......,
JOI1NHON t(I.I.KY,
lOJl'
Oil Tnintings, Etc.
KT BKFOHITORY
No. 3 F atroot, between Thirteenth and Four
loan th atroet.
OIL PAINTINGS, FOREIGN AND AMKRI0AIT
CHROMOa, KNURAYINGS, F1IOTOORAFJU
ANDUTUOORArilS)
ARTIBTB' MATERIALS
af allklndat
BTBREOSCOPR8 AND STVRJtOBOOriO VIEWS)
Tb oalabrated
HOOBRS OROUFS OF BCULFTURK."
fo wbieh w ar ul afoot for th Dletrioti
BUtooWoa, J'aaa PartouU, Farlor brackata, Ftlr
Mat, Cord, TaaeaU and Nail, aad a amoral
aad euanplete aaaaloMnl of Torytldn
la oor Uoe. Blaak Walnnt and
OlliOral and Bquara
HTjJJIJP niHtjjaJx.
Funuturo,
fi-
KW AND BIOOND-HAMD FVBJIITUKK.
ivn rttiirmu
OMRR8 AND TUH PUB
IJaiN URMKRAL,
,lofa
LIC WW fcljAUl
V&'XZW&ZJL.
u. at 011
ULKB of all desoripUoaa, wbtob will be aid at inicaa
niatagtoaJta tr MUalaatioa. Kopalrinf. Vaiulah
ffit, Uubaialerin 4 I'aUalng SltenJoS fa ill tba
borteat notloa, R. itUUIILY
.ffiffiStt'
UuUkhVliA
. :iT-T.-L";iT..e
Political.
Bfiy-KPrrOIUtKPt HMf'ANi IFKOIIKItT
3' IHKLANO -III vrmoanl to a-rro on th Eif
OAT Roforni Tlckal for AMman of lb Flfta Ward
h will b aopportod by all ijd otUifoa. ,,,
ty-MKiKNTII UAItO HKPI HIJ(
a' AtnofUnaof tbo HoronlbWard Ht
Pihlloan (lob wtlTb hold at lalaod halL on yl
iVMiwfi M.v 1 I. II lllNK.Ivaa
ifnm Ha.
1-RIDAY
FrMldont,
millAA
UM. lloiJirji, oaprvunT tf"r l iMyii-av
war
BoildblJT WIUkIAT It VM met, VaylfTsTl
atlock. TbopabltasfalnTlvjd. ' j.
j -j J v,ll vaittin, i ivum
vtm r. 1 1 ia, nooroMry
rHAKr7,TI.'.NBl5.JiSrnV3lilir!S
InlhsadmlnlRlrallnnof tho Hon n ,1 llowon, will bo
lMMlwndHall."WKDNimDAY,lwll,ainf.
m , for th pnrpoo of vwtnralnc th )oni1naUonrnad
br tho onnrontlnn bald al "Union Low Hail "Thar.
day. May ft, and fur th iranaaoUon of aneh ohor boot
noo a may ho hroovht bofnr th mooting Fralnmt
poakora will addma lb mootlnf
Byobwofths xiytrnYit ooMMiTTfcir, .
-r H S& VnA &n- UandldaU foe
AMorman.,
myl-tf O A1J-BKD IIAfl.
ajQr-Hl.XTII WAJtII.
DONALD McUATllkAN.
For Sale or Kent.
ITOR RRNT Jt NKW C
I1 with all romna.No, 17
ablo In adranco Apply ai
IIMnorthltatroaC
rTTAnitOM T RTvtKRT.
,1 at itSporrnonUti pay
MarrS Bowline AJlvr, V.
wiyiu-awnw
ALK LHRAF '-iHHjb'wiLUnXTURKH.
amall atock for aaJ hap, laqtdr, lOlS
Iraat anrOiwoaL mifi-U
I.OR RENT A THRKK4I'
V l .! lualli N I
J!T1)RY
ra'i
)RY BRIOK HOUBK
ad Twvlfth itrovto. fmpilraat AUUUBTKOClt B.U
JcilB,
atroot anrtn, itwn main ana i mu, oiya-tr
POfl RKNT A THRRrVKTORY BRIUK ltOUBR,
a' ii iwmrn, uoiian. nuoi ann
it, not
I7J.1,
dwrw
Maranlamth and KlahtdMnth atraata.
r War aad Mary DopartManU. Apply n"U
tOR RUNT- A OflMFORTABLK DWRLLniU.la
J a aoalrabi tortJjty, with aU Iha atodora tmproro
monla A portion of tho (uroltpr- fur -at, lor par
Uoalar ap4yto OOOPRR i lATTIMKK, AOoo-
I.OR RKNT-BKTIIRL txnTAfIR,
1 lamtnlandllaLraata.flanttnllIlll.il
Nortb
ot 10, or mora
room (horotn, all In onropl rapalrt An aprinc
aa, bala-roota, atabloa, aardon, frntt and ahaoo
aa Apply on ui promuoa 10
rahts-ooel r J
JAMFJI CRUCHKTT.
Uinta fourtoon rooma. with all th raodorn oooto
nlono-a. Apply lo L11AH. A McKlIKN,
tnhSI tf lloal KaUta Ant, fllH Boron th atroot
tOR BALR-THRKK HOVMhB OUNTA1NINO
1 Mirmimaoaeh, front and aid poroboa i larroyardt
fill of (rood watoriboalthylnnaUon. IminliaofBHAH.
RINeiriM BAUIlK,10l4MadlmilrMt,Hlitfnta
Lroot, Paod CJ. apMni
1IOW MUCH RKNT DO YOU -PAY ENO&UI1
II In a Ilttla vhttaiAhnva hnnaa I haaa nv h
aai on Oaplbd jllll fonrtoan fo
oly Balahaa, and whloh will b
y lit, and am oSvrla thorn fa
foar-rooni bnaoaa, inr,
M roadv farooBonanc
for mJ for S9u0 oh.
payablo eaah, aad tba halanoa la monthly li
Mimu n f m vuim . anibiavn,
Unrnov of rlrat traat oaat and Fnnaytanla an,
man t of 4
UanttolllUl.
T.On HALK-A VKRY DKSIRABLR BULLDINU
L1 laT.adJolnlncthridno of AdmbaTUolda.
bnronaa,!; A. Nonlnat boaoUfal lvTaUnalMr)Dar
US I, frontlnf twBiy-lahl foal (onr Inchoa oa lh
aorta aai of K atroalVbotwoonTwotf th and Tfalrtoenth
atdror-t N W- and hatio a deotb of oao hundred and
forty ft to flfta ft alloy
eiinn n HCAvnn,
tnhlHf Roal FjUU A nt,aiBHoTnUitrt
LIOR 8ALK-8KVKRAL ACRRH OP THR
l1 vatoto of tb UI Washington ItorrT, daoaoaod,
known aa "Motropolla Vtw." (thoa eailod for th
roaauatbatltontnnianda a Mow of both thtrttlof
Waahloaion and AUsaadria,) looatad on wiUoa north
of th Uar4U4, on tb road loadlna toBoldlar'a llom.
Thn proporty adnln that poruoa of th UU ro
oaotty pnrehaaod by Chtof Jnatloa Chaao, and ora.
prtaaamnof lbflnt bolMtnaaMa la thDtatrtel
wau wataroo, ana oooauiBuy anaavq of fotv. in,
LI1AH A McKURN,
tMI4f Roal KaUt A ton I, 3 1 9 Bora alb otroot.
LMJR 8ALK"-flUTY ACRKB Of THAT VALUA
T BLK ootala known a -Hallo Vtw." Lrtnc la th
Dtatrtot, abonl thro MlUa froia WaahJoalon, 11. 0-
frowMnc oa tho Fotaraao, aad aooalbl by k flnnd road
roadin froni Waahtaatoa to FkaoaUwar. a woll aa by
k. .- r laokuUv ar .a riMU ltniiJiiNtl
BITKaVaad to wwU adaftoitra (ardoalna parpoa.
Th I proporty win bo aold rmnoilit triaia, aaaa
ourory.or
I'lllM A affa-iTR-ir.
rohTI-tf
Roal Batata A root, 3tW BoTOwth Wot,
til raloabl loUl
IT-Tblalot nnUJn TAalaiai
n th north aid of north O atr
Lot U. Hqnar M
UUi aLraala hiL on hla-b
amand. with a eontioandlna rtow, and qnlto oUvtbia
1 bo daptb la IS) lout for at f 0t (root, and IM foal for
lb othor ) fook
Lot J O, rViaaro 4 rThU lot front U ft aa Mat
W noTAnth atroot wort, bolwoon N and O atroot
aorUi. and la lis foot doon. navod aUor la tharoari and
I on of th moat ralnaU ha la thai part nf th oily
Thla lot wU b aold la IbnatparoeU of I foet f roa loach
l4t I,aabof anaaroUr.TbutoatnaUafortal
aal krijL fronu ai foali Uobeaoa Oaaroo aorta, bo-
taana Hiinl.aiilh arul Virtnaalb atraata aL viLO a
dopta (aroracodi of M foot I tnehoa, aad f
on Nw York arsnoo, wtth a dontn of tJ (ot by at ar
en. maklna two rory Bn alttibl lot. Thy ar about
midway of Iho aqoaro on oaeb front, aha each front If
Improvod From tb onntUnHy totnoTroaanrr and
otbor puhlia offlco and baakla laiUtaUoaa, tbl 1
onaidrod rory valDanl
1 h ticloa lo theoa lot an porfort aad th terms will
d maa oaay,
r-ir"i
. .. u n ,i' . . - tii
Barbnor Law BuUdlna,
I Bft liontMana arwit.
Wants.
WA!7J
or lloutkoprl wonld bo wtltlna to aooompany a
family to th rVrtna-a, Roferonoo at too. Addroaa,
MARUARKT HOBAN.at ItiUutPo. nytv-ll
UANTKDA BITUATION BY A OUUPRTKNT
r rt oiim n ooian u oow, oona, wr (too iu o wmwpmav
abl Union fanUy WaoaiMODietidirtoar
ahomo laqolreat Mil TKHIKB.
if wnit
iny4f am a oao. aw t, 01. u na v, n rr
lf ANTJCU.UV A HKaPaArrABLK OOLORtD
i Man, wno eaa anntt roua rot renoaa, anna1
in a nor or room ( wuuur iq
ojl-w-
VirANTKU-JOBHOA'WIllTNKY A OO,
I Boronth atroet, Wtaoon U and II, want cood
W
'AMTItrfcNltUr AMTI lliMTlill1 limTMtttll
old exua ana Mirer, or any otaar aruoie of rain.
old oatablkhod Motrhaot Fawnbrokftr Boor W
atth
11 1T1TI.TM A (XI. 1IJ Ninth ilL
D atroot and Ponnaylraala arena. deatf
WANTKU- PARTI KB IIAYINO IIOUSRHOUI
tlouda todlaimo of oaa nnnr and limaby
caUlaoat lOSTvnUi atroot, ait lo J. O, Mod atr A
eM.'MdaoUia H.UUe.lti.!,
myU Famitare DeaJor.
K.
V. JUBT11 PAYS FAIR(OABII) PBICKS FOR
ladl', tlnl aad Children' Hooon4-hand
( luthlna.
uaavr-e-tatnina. iioota. hiioob, a, no. a IS
N In Ui atroot.
Vonnf Man' ( hriattan AaaooUUon Bulldtoi
Dotwoan u eaa k airooot, utira ooot irona
n any not oy aiau proMpuy ai
$1,000 KEWAltD
For any oaa of BHvt, W.Uhj or Jtrnta riLM that
Da BINeia PILK RKM KU rf all to or. It baa
oorod aaaoa of kl year aUndlna Try It, and got rtd of
uie mom tronwaaian aiaoaa aaaa 1 aau lo, bom ay
Hoarding.
Lost and Found.
iiiAKKn nniHAi 111 iirAinunnmn di iiim
1 MatrmHJltan FnllooaLhavthlnCant,anoChU)k
aMwORRY MARK, wlilob will b anld to tb hUbeat
caah blddor at tb Baaaar of W. UWAlX OOoa
1 I1U1U1DAY, May t 1 0 u'oWiok, a tn , If owoec
alilp la not proron prior tbrUs at till odVoe, No. 4tU
I dnilatana aranua
Byordr. OE. R. nRRRICK,
niylo4t Froporty Llrfc.
Afil RKWlHILlilMr lilt VRtnAY AVTRlL
PtJU noun, alb Inatant, between tb boar of 4aadt
o'etork.p.nL.althorlnooeof thr atroot eare er op
raQUJIilna rtvoh. niwnn ivniii anid ruuiwmia
atroata. FOUR ULTNDRKD DOLLAHB In United
BUtee Traaaury aoto of tb donnrolDaUoa of Baft and
SJU aotea. all of
J aotea, ail of tn Bow law. 1 n altor nmrt wtU
paid lor th roonvery of tb aamahy loarln It al tba
bo paid lor tha raoovery of tb aam by lrlnfr it al t
WlondLloorBorof JAafKa MOXAN,
inyS-U
COT Fennaylranta aroooe
Building and Material.
IIUIUKHI UUUHHII UU1CKHII1
(8.io mi i.ootr.
Doalar In oor Una wUl find Utothvlradrantag tf
gtr na aall befor iMrobaatnc laowhor.
.MAUTIN V UltO
PAINTEltS,
BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS.
Attention li eailod la my atock of
ralnts, Oils, Glass, &c,
Which I ant onwlaf apaolal lndomoaU for saao.
Alao dealer In
OOALOII, LAMPS, CHIMNKYS, WICKS, AlW
IlOIa OLURiTUBFENTINK, BRUSHES,
ROBIN, ,
UMAHTIN,
No "1 1 0 O alroot, and 3S Lontalaaa arno,ita
Bltla and Boron th treef, oador Boaloa Hone.
TiKl HTONBtt HTONUIlt
MARYLAND FRERSTONKM ANDM.OOMPANT
(aKMCCA QTJABS1U.)
Rawed Stone for AahUr. Window StUaand LinUla,
Ptatfonua. Blepa, Water Table, Uoptnf , I'oat, FlUara,
Roua-h dlmanalno Btone tn block. Rabbi and Roaga
SawfifHton, fur haary raaaonry, tn iarr qaanUMoa.
For price llat for ISllJ, call al ottlca 1 4IM F atroet, or
at Oumpany ' rd, foot K atroet. Rock Greek 1
apt C' U . II Ak MKN, B rUry J
TfTJOFIN GI
J. F. NOI.AN
Intprored Fir aad Water-Proof Folk Oompoaltloo and
il Ituifar, ronderina valla of bona L. perrtoaa to
dainpnaoa, Ac Klahtoea year of pro
allow tn o aanouao aont tmprovi
Manahln lull faOlllllaa t
oof praotli
luoai vapvnviiov
men la la work
loenaaod faollltlo to All all ordar
protnpUy. Work watrutai forU laara, and ktoaly
abiMitonahalf thaooatof oUirroonti
rltfora)aatHyowV.ot4 Ha 31 J (nw rTllltl
Uwet, belweea With and BenUi atroai, and 600 N
atroot, poiwoen roonn inn rn
rtfth atroeta
Uookbiiulciu
W. " 'IboJulNDKRANDPAPXR-RULXR.
No, 111 Paanaylrtiila arnu, between TanUiknd W
nth atrts, Siratb aid.
Book alayaoUy or plainly bound, FtriodUel aad
nwiapera rarotolljaltandod to. ,- -3
r AWlTluOWKR. IOR OUTTINt URAJW IN
xj LAwnn tnu
JOHN A. BAKER. Aarti
IfirtM
liaraTWarohoaae,
mylauOl La, av., Ut,
, yu sua ma ita,
Mooks and Stationery.
BOOK --AMKnt(IANOI.iTIOAT.
XM Rormntr
if ana tnosranatotnont of to enmortoy
iMW alana MI , h ITraaola nnwaa Of hi
Tho I aw af lNaaatvJvo Thnavhli li Ir MMWhi
Vondonof ftnllanArtl brVUrdoti ft 80
UVivOof thMMitryi third oLt llanna ' I if of Oor
BtfrJuMTOnwirtt ryMr.pTOnUo fits,
lbuovVono of tha NaUonal Tvniporriro Knolotr.
At lllif.ANTNKH
4(yi BoTvtiUi atrvot, IntalHironovr Bntldlng.
IlKMOVAV-WK UKalRR TO OAt.l. THK AT-
lm lnUoaW oar tmrtornara and tho rniblis oonoraJly
that wo bar ivraorod awr atook of Book and BUUon-
pry to m now bnlldina, wkWi w bar Jo-t oompWod.
He, 4,t rnyfnM Sronoo, botwoon roorwid-half
Imtn old locality, whor w ahall bo ploaaod loao
QlUr thaoa. W now bar on of th latwoai aiom,
ronroa In thta city, bolnf 1ST foet In lonclh hy
Id wMia, which tiro as am pi mora lo display oor atock
to tood Mrantan. W bar for many year aiad a
piotaltyof LAW BOOKH. iWojtntr liarSon band tho
Un-" Dork and rartoty thla aid ot Nw York, which
vrwtttvoi mi all ooraMona at rodwod priooa. Oor
BMchof MlHUrXLANKtUABOOKHIalari,towblUi
wo ahall Otonv maka llbaral tttlUnna. f Iur nnllariUnn
of rMJllDOLBOOKHoooWata of all th vartonabloda
Inronaral wo i la oor ally and omntndln eoontry
8TAT10NItKr-artocklafuil and enmrtleto, botna
dorlooa
to rati au w aiaa
wUHil
rinelpvi woolly rahonpob-
ihail. aa aaU aa Uio NM York dallkv). toiilu. wlta
rnrmlar rnafaalooa and ehoap rmhlloaUon of tbo
taialno, HoMoav
VT, It m Q. If. MORRJaON,
FOR RENT Tba
yt rfmorod, (No.
Tba ilor-roor frora whifk bar
(No. 4 Vi and 440 ) Tbof wlU V
or voa-eehor Ron I low br a ponaanonl
roaiMi
paraM or vonthor Ron! low
"IS 'S,I'5.TL'llORRrtON
JTEW BOOKS,
Al.l.inOirHDlCTIONAHYOFAlJTItOILH
A rMUoal THcLtnnarr of Rnallah I J (orator and Brit-
lab and AmriaaaaoAnnr, anna ana 000000, inwn
ha auliaat aoaonoU to th tailor half of th ntntonth
oentory. Ooatalnlna ever 4.100 arUoloa, (anlhora,) with
forty tndaia 01 MtiMU. ur r
Vaiall m Ikl. Mmuldlll
toaiir 1 no iaa tnini aipvanmi m mn, uiip
th twetr year that bar elapood tho non-apron
af th rvranlndor of tho work lod many per
iatO aoppoao livnua Ttwrrr m vornuiirivu
h arleo per rohit ar t eOotn. tlAO ah -p, wiM
f Trkay, tUV RoyaLtrn.
ONLT A OIRtt or, A Phyototan for th BonL
AruMannrroTnWi0rMaa.hTMra.A L,Wl-
nrB inmsinr of wi paana bvii. v rwn-a, v, adi vw
6KVKNTV FIVK PeiFULAR LOW WW, an.
(low to iniNraMimna. y aawarq punin
TI'ATWUN8-,6F'Til,WK "
pliflVALCHUlu;!! ...tl, ,,.,-... 1
ORMTKTRIO OPKRATIUNlt, Inofodln th
TrooUnootof Ilvrnorrfaago, By Ilobort Barno,
THfcMAHB'Usi'NVoVVVho'r "
mi inv f ifiwi n hdtiii j iHnnm ith.
lArFLMJior, Mk-naol Brand Wrona. Ily
Jalla tkprJdanLaothor-of " Tb Baaroti for th
CLKMRNC"DvkViUJWVVf'enY
an Wl moppe, a Ttrrrwi ro iiaaaiBn man iiv.
ONOOHDANOR TO THK WOIlaJloV At,
THK ROHlllRUUIANfC TIIKIR rITKB AND
Binitertiiwlt wiui onaptor on in Ancient
to and Berpont Worabippora, and inlanattnn
of th MyaUe HroiDDl roproaonted la tho mono.
mania and talloman of th Prim oral pblloao.
phr. By IlarcroT Jatn(a. llluatratod by
,KaW"iTkKriKivH"aMH-si)rUWaL "
AitTiMUrUB'.V!MW.-Hivuj,iuU"ri. ' "
ilAntiKi'D nuiAianv rAwuiiiiirn
dehapdnioa.H....
400
piniiP & soLtraoiva,
WHOLRSALK AND RKTA1L
BOOKSELLERS AID STATIONERS,
011 PKNNSYl.YANIA AYKNUE.
BRTWRRN NINTH AND TRNTH STRnKTB
OUT-D0011 SPOUTS.
Croquet.
Croquet.
G.A.WMtalcer&Co.,
Camrr af Hcvrolh aad 11 olrrcia 1
AGKNT8 OF THE
AMERICAS CE0UET COM Pi NT,
AMERICAN CReXHJKTUOUrANY.
which tboy us offorbik- St
GOLD PRIUF-1
tb lam aocompaai aacl
A UBRRAI.DI8OOUNTMADKTOTURTRADK
NBW nOOKH,
1 mnrT.K.0. nv nia m
THR COURT CIRCLXJI OF THR REPUBLIC 1 Or,
Tno BoauUe and t-donbrtUoa or th NaUon. lllo.
tratina IU and aoclety andor alatiin Froaldenl!
lutie and ttbrlUoa of th NaUon.
1 tha
rnlnlatrotlona. Iron Waabinaloa la Urant, UlmWated
to auoiai inuim ot uio euBcoaadTV aa
wlUiorlainal portralU. anararad on itoot. By Mr.
.iri&!hAdA"l.l..d-IUHHl-.-
ORHV BTjohnll JMkud.U.d......
HISTURY Or RUHR hi TOMd. Honm.
twit nnmnlM. I., njlanxA ..,.,.... ..u,, .
THK Kxiitrft ANI Klkldicf OlTTUlj
ATUNRM1NT Bjr JlowiJd MiloMa-...,..
OUXVASIUONRO 01RU llfUiuu.lt il-
iiKNR,wBMav6ri);t;ivKS
NlmiSUlENltA IN TllU16lDLK"il"RnI
lluul MMcb, O. DH H.WHm..
4 00
8n
60
ISO
ITS
111
NEW HTBKa. IHNM.
IbHi th Woollen af th trad and publta can
ralty, to tba tact of ear bavlaa baea atad
SOLE AOKNT8
brtha
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
Foe tit sals of
MACK IN VANS A OAURRO.TR
RENOWNED PATENT STEEL fENS.
THK OWL PKN-Tornowo point, For flaa Wri-
TlilR PICKWICK PKM-Taraap point. Bnaln
THR WAVRRLT PKN-Tara-np point.
TDK WAVRRLY BARRELL-Tanwtp point,
ThaPna raa entnotbly arer tha paj
Pr bat hiM,
do Out ealAh la
iniia wivir ivvwwr iwi.HJiaMi
vaa paper, a 1 u
paper, Ml
oaao wtth otltr stael pan.
G. A. Wltltnkcr & Co.,
CORNEJt OF SEVENTH ANDD8TIJEET8,
nOOKHKIXGIlH AMI HTATIONKRH.
Wood and Coal.
tlUJIlJUUUNII C'OAI.-AHNdUTKll IN
J .uLlU. wtluU, lo. fM.Uy. Kwila. wd bUcl.
Mdtll ..rrinil. b. MM it U. Iom.1 poMlbl. f.U. I.r
Mi OB0.1 FtmMd-ulfurMluidCUM. Itmptt
t!S'""-"U"1Ml.l.HHEItlPF.
COAL AND WOOD.
(Soneaaanr to Uteaaon 1 elCon, el Btroat Wharf J
Iiaaa laasa la lafnra hla nnto rnui frlanda and alia.
iota an inat oa h now ptwparou
ABIl i
IAND
einr.
My tmotto wtU b la th future, a lit th paat, "QnUt
aai nod entail proAt , and a I buy ft aaah only, and
all at rory amall adrasoo, my tana la f uuu will b
WuTatakaaapocUllyci applyias daaler f rom lb
teaatl at a allb 1 adraao orer auat.
Ordor by mall will reoulr pmroi I at tan tlon
JlMRH lir.KAM)V
apUAf O atreet Wharf, WaaUnatoa. D U
WOOD AND COAL
AT HF.IHICI!!! ritlt'KH.
Uartag boagbt of Thonu J Gait iha Steam fiaw
Mill foot of SatM-batmat wharf, I an now preparad t
famlaa WOOD sad COAL of aU hind at tb following
lm prion
HaVen3! awwraia 3 ar, wsVcrnrT Jl
rfTftviiVwVi ftaM-JVlKSSXi "'
aallf,Breri ,.,,. 700
Onit Vaa4, aavrrol la a ar 4 plecca per A
optl arrrarjl . ,, H.00
KMllaa- Wo4, j pleura.' 'aawrl'iaa aJ
atH'urrJirrila-j iriui.:!
itrd aad V bite Ab Coal.
a""""- A. iiiind.,,
Millinery and Dress Goods,
1002 """-VAMA AVKMUE
STORK TO rUROUASR
Trttm
uiUNiRir uoods,
rANOY AND VARIRT ARTIOLKS,
rd th.
HKWXST rASIIIONS.
31HH.T. UUllIir.
1004 rannaftrwil. mm ... dgor1 from Tooth
JTi "."I Ti -i-g-.
Teas and Collco.
rpEAM, COFFBE8, HPItllM.
THAN. COFFUEH, MrlCFM
AT TIIR
1-KKIN AND VKIX) TBA HTOHB,
4 i I Ninth BtrMl, batwM. UhII
FREAIITKASporoaorUiid rout. OOrVKRUIl
aradM, routwl .wl rwi, OUIIRK rautrd .M
11 hi ooomIvm Boon Th. noat MloaUd. urlnlf4r.d
jJiliniSiJuibnH Etc
yooAL
' m IN STRUM RNTA L OONOKRT
FOUNDRY M. K. CHURCH.
FRIDAY KTRKINO, MAT M, 1T
myll-lt
LUCTITRBON nPNIAMtN FKANKI.IN,
romvaa
BRNRFTT OF THR FAMILY OF DR. BROCK,
Of tha RJohmond ooW a4 Kr(r,
rWha lost hi Bis la tha But Capitol, Rkbmond.Va)
Y I. A. tionuiuiiT, Kiq
MABON10TRMPM,
FRIDAY RVKNINU, MAY It, ini
(00RRRAFONDRNOR.1
. 1 . a !... WaaBUteiToit, May , 1W0
Client -, A. fJtmrtfM . . -. -1
DiuNiaiinaiJofthoiBodoatwMwklchthaoU
loartiallahiof Waahlnnton aroralaVnal Por Ihobenofltof
Ibefanillyof Mr doooooml brntber.Dr llrook.of th
lUobmood X"or mmd Mwrnrntmrnr, w wtoH yea to do
ll tor yonr adratrabl oaaay apoa Bnunia Franklla.
?fflffl
ywA.Mc.Ki
ttv
, . R..;i,--.uj;
1, imniunuiuni
iftkWMirv.
BeXltfPMlTIl,
h
"UKIAUII,
KrUJRKNl
'Anuk. vsass
.hLW"8-
-m -. ... Wasbtkotow, Ml
MyT.im
in Mimm invar, iimisr. aaraoov, Jtavi
(ImTLCMaMt fnftnarldvratlnnoalyof
oblect ynn har In rtow, I yield to yonr fr
You will ploao doatcnal Um tun and r
th haaamlant
frtooaly roqaeat.
lkXeHiBRIOlIT
onr oooaivai aarrant.
WatHUTOTON, May , 1B7I.
f tha Tth aAOadlna (a Ilia
L. A Poorfylf, rmf ,
truthoiof yonr friend ha boon room red, end I am
happy to Inform yna that thamniBdiarao Ilia Maannlo
lius pill lour nil
Temple Aaem-utloo har kindly tndorad th na
th-li hall on Frklay main. May IB, ISTQ. ,
-J:
innuni,
BARRfOonunltlaa,
if M W.Barr.ArontHonthara Aaaoolat
X ui me principal Dnrk ana n
WaaniVnTQW, May S, W9.
myia4t
tirALitt opkra itntmte
IT FOR BIX NKlltTS OI
IlAV.I
yJS,
ST'
ayRiwi,
HK1.I.V di .l-'ll
INMTUFIdH,
From 7 40 Broadway, Now
I.KftMi
Tb (raaleat mlnatrol of thorn aU tf. )'
f
1 no wanner ot in aao. io nam.
TDta
inany, oonipoaad of th fiaaioat nrtifta la th
, bar been reeetred In Rwrop and Amsrloa,
ih nreoa and nub
iwardod to ntnatrel tronpa. Tbey wtUprodnotOI!n-
bachi
VAHOHI UjlTTi,
v 71 n. w
lltiiu jlirrr (ii.
Th
BMbable erer written, and
I.IU!IIB1M ANII K It (TUH t KIT.
Th ota af Oporaa BonrTo Alan, tb KTatt enocoa
of tb ajr, rKOWVnoW, which la reoatred nlablly
wlthahontaof
ennlanaa. l-'ar (artii
pnennm andKolly A lavni'a UaattV Orand MaU
nooaaBATUHDAr.Mayff, at 1 n-lok I AdmUaton
U oanta t orobfwtra abalr SI t drea, airol oooU t ral-
lorv H pent. Door apoa Mttpwrforaiaa
at a o nlmk. Tb aai of rard aaaU wtU
al of ronon
y 10, at kiln
LH.MKLV1!
nyW
JJATtONAL THKATRK.
HUSUAIiHAI a,
KVftnY RVKNLNO UNTIL FURTHKR NOTICE
Th 0olbrat4 Aetna,
MRS. D. P. BOWERS,
laDaly'Bortfl'ialtarBltm of th aaaaattoaal drama al
FltOt'-FKOU,
BARTARTB A. BVERLT,
Prodoood wtth antlroty new aoanary, now farnllar,sp
polatmanta, doooratloaa, and aa aoeUoat eaot,
MATINEE ON SATURDAY AT 1 eTOLOOK.
Boi abasl now open.
Do noUsO will bo a4an nf th wot tin ilium tn the
benaitt ot th nf rtn by tha
RIOHMOND OALAMITr
IklAKlNrHKLRVRNTUANNUALFLOItALMAY
FRST1VAL AND BAU.
will tak placa at th
NEW MASON 10 TKMPLF,
THURSDAY. MAY U, 1K0.
Ticket, adailttlnx tiUman and lady,,., ft
irauao-nca.rut.... ........... ... a
'S.1
aai at raiia'ana iaroevataas Btorea.
ail tnueo wiaaina w tarueirat aiw ro
lo yt at one, for o nebular will be
ariay, mn . pit-n
IIOI FOHOLYMONT.
Th (sat sod aaf alaamer
0. 1. SMITH
laaret bar abarf dally at 19 a. oa,
and SUNDAYS II a. ta.
Booed Trip Tlokal SO oaat.
tnyi-rat J MARTIN. M aai er
1 KMRMBKU 1 Hit URPUANS' UONQKBT,
ttytbaealldranaf th
PROTnSTANTORPUAJf ASYLUM,
AT
LINCOLN HALT
WKDNRBDAYRVKNINO.MaylLlim. raylU
mUK aiiJUAL Mix.Krjiv'No"ttxuiRi-
"tWBP
. IlKLL A CA
TROFS. IlKLL A CAB8RLL
wuibaiwuiat
MARIMIH ACADEMY,
fla VrKDNKHllAY KVkNINI. Ma 11 '
KahlltlUon of fanoy danotrut to aontatono at S o'olock
INuioInc lo omnoao at lOooloek
Tb atual will b andor Udlroion of Prof A 0.
Cook. Mayl-td
iULHUll'H (IKIUIAMA 11ANI1.
Fomlahihin4oforall aooaatons. Order left at at
Kitdenea, 1-li Bevonth atroet ut. botwvea 41 aad I,
ivy Yard at MetMroU'tot J. F. K11U' MoalsHloro,
or Air hhalttold, ooatoodoner, wUl meet with prompt
attention. apI4m
NATIONAL BILLIARD
SAIili,
Bet. Thirteenth and Fourteenth Sts.,
O.rr N.tl.. Tralre.
RlUUid U.M iMtbwwl .1 dM.1 wMM.
AlMtUMtUfor rbdwi A OoU.dw AU kladaol
BUUud M.lnUIIW mi.: J. U MILLIR,
MpT II f. Ml " Prerrirtw
31 UTUU1M1 I.I T AN
11 A 1.1.
. ' B.lwMn Kiewllud T..IIU1 BtjL
. Oimii ...r, alxbl m . SnllM. vuWIf MMrtal.
I'lMfllftig ndGaAJTitting.
UltOWNE & POWER,
l'luiubors anil Gas-FlttcrH,
AND PKALRRS IN
Awnings.
AWNINGS
tOR STORKS, U1TT, AND GOUNTBT RRSI
DEN0RS, Ac
MM.fMt.Md .wl tot wl. bjr
91. II. U O ! K I. A N II .
013 bmUUo. .Tia.M doo. Mat of Bw.ntli ,t
lA...Ia for Nmr York MUdw Proof Oood&
A1V.NIMIH1 AVMMl-!!
Ih.r.,Ur,. lot of
CANVAS. NKV AND SECOND-HAND,
AWNINOS,WAQOR OOVRRB. BOAT SAILS,
GRAIN SIIERTS, UOAT AWN1NOS, It, do.
lOTMUdtMp,
li. II. WlliniI.EU,
Branlh atn.1 and Cuul Brld., (watfa &.)
.idB-IV
Painting.
.j"1
PAINTING.
M3
n'iul 1'ilXWXXnW. d"
M A O N 1 fj II O I, H
TAIaNTINQ E3TABU8HMENT,
W3 II alrtwl, brlwrrs Math aad Trnih.
PAINTINO.ORAININO,
OILDINtK BRONINU,
UAIA-lMlNlNtl. WAILPAINTINO.
WON AND DK0ORAT1VR FAINTINO, o.
Par tutorial, pond workmanship and prompt Atton.
UO.I.&-. "-""lACHlVllOU
fr-AS P atrMt, twtwa. Nl.Ui ..d TaaUb
Carriages.
l?TAIII.ItlIi:U 1NJI.
AKDRRir J, JOYUK A O0H
OARRIAOK HANUrAOTURKRS,
ll'd. lluddlfj rorU..Ul .UmU,
UllllllllUM!
U UAUUIAIIliHI
wall mad. .
.1 All Its. whleli will be ould rerr Ion
Repairta proupUr atiandod to.
Corner Ninth and li tyeet) FAUORV 4itTklhth
tuoet. injlo-
Clothing.
UK IIAIJ, C'UITHIMI COlll'AMV,
OUR STRINO OFENINU OF bOODS TO DAY,
DPEninu or uuuew it dat
Ja ooinpUtoaaauitmenlof
Uf and Boytf t;uh if iN(i,
a- BCylea, and our llat prtoe baa b
"iu.uriiiia
UVM M VnillTl
Made up In aoperior al
wunti hi
r Look at a
Rualnaaaat
il to tb loweal auld i
price I
dWalitnabulta
ltuai and Wsiklna Knlla
aoltaat. 11 J
Salt at, , IS j
Hoaln and Walkiaa Ball at
Held Halt. Utoal TdeaUna, at.,
I tut ltnalnaaa and Walklno nu
M llora' CJlntblnji i
teslssatt.. ar.t'fl'wfsfoAa
UmmM ITrannlif.liUilpaBrfhulla. .1 P V a
Unr Una of Llothlna eaowii l wjualej In Waahlna
ton, and w at dally rooelvlng tha U teat stylf fraia
our mammoth eaUbllalimanl,
LLIMKI J IMF I I IIMKII1 tRONT ROVAL
iVAIOOMPANlf'd UklK. buid cl.7.llV
Willi wood, for 1 ohp al deput, eorner of Tanlfi
r.t5?.dUr'l''n'1?."0U -uuthw JOHN FK1
HBeNR,AstfufOiuipaiir pA.aw
ItCIIDYLKII OULFAX. W. W. WARrlltM
jkkOmk 11. f TiixmiN, ft. f. RolBRAyr
J lIRNftV WI1.KY. hll IIARI1 J. lITfrrVlrt.
jinitiunuTun, .1, n rHJR'tlTT.
SiiVW,lTY. k 1-St?it"lr-
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