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The daily national republican, wednkbday. jnovembjiK 13. 1m
LOCAL AFFAIRS
NIITIUNOC NMt AIIVKHTIHK1IKMN
THKtvronria iuivci will tniel on FrlJsv
evening
Ann imrned incatlnff of the Your Men's
Itepnhllctfi elub ol tliO District or UoluinbU
will be hel 1 this evening
A RFKctiLtnetllBic of the medical uaocUIIoo
will be hold rrlJsv AfttroooD,
FcBKlftntD booms, No. 4M E street, between
Sixth and Seventh
Imtimiii S. tLiinr, ttactlooeeri and real
estate by here, will tell, on November It, 10, 20
Dd slit, at 7 o clock, p to , alar it ami valuable)
collection of buck)
Thi regular tnonlbly moetlOE of Ibe 1-cr-mmloil
Itallllns Association will L held (bit
cvenlnr
A m timi ol the Washington Uo-oteratlre
IlulUlnganl Deposit Asjoclatlon will lw lull
this evening
IIrykiiAl llitunr imurance agents. No 60J
iwd v Seventh street.
Wgnn h llivKiunag, dealers la china. Odd
tellows hall, Hcventh street,
m I Wall M)i, auctioneer, wilt tell,
n t rl Uj morning. Novein1ef U at 10 o'clock,
el No. A3 M rlrtet, ttrten fourth and Fifth
ettrc i lie t alamo of the honieholt effects of
J ii Da i
T Jtirr Milieu oHinstllor at law, has re
in Ted lilt oIVo in the corner of i our and a half
street and Louisiana avenue
lrti n containing- money, bai been lost,
tin iti:iin.
Thr new i ulunnadt Hotel, rblladelphla. Pa.,
sontjr obebloia I rum l lie United State Mint,
La Dirt abd (iRRTLiMBk, If yon w lib your
tteariug a erel cleaned tn a Orit-elaii manner
send them to A riSHKit,!. Ninth street, oy.
juslte ('ii lent Utile. 1 lie Professor will give
u setlilsctlon without tall. Kid gloves cleaned
otc and cheap
iitoh
tewlUK .Machine,
and
Mm Deincrfsts.
I'otlerns,
4M I cnnfjltanlit avenue, between lour and a
hall an IbUlb-street
For Most Deihh m
lit Mh-HAUl SAlgAitg
(li to an Bet a
tiTAII MABEKT,
Notlhcast corner U and lbirtecnth aircct
northwest
Till: i Itllli.HI rtIMJ
lltl llkl II
SewlPK Machine li tbe beat of all The perfeo.
lion ol miction all kinds of goods, great rang)
(l work, easeot operation, noiseless, (or nor
nearlr tot ban anv utber ibatlle machine., self
aliuitlER tenth ns, slmnllcll? and durability of
at(iartali not equaled In enj other machine
tm. wu stteet, Masonic lemplc
M 1' Adamb fcQo., Afcnts
CfiritLiiPti worth innvtvu
1 HrBBTOii'a Ivory Pearl Tooth rowder It tbe
IcilDentrincalnate. It keep the Teeth rleaa
nnu wni(i,na id gutus sounu ana oeauDv
price 2o and 60 rent
Joutkk Inodorous Kid (Hove (Header la far
i ape nor to Bnvining known, rrioe ie cent.
Thpbi renin Hl'on:aUUptlml(Klttlflte U
f nen inuiiucf, aou aireagtuenB tuc uair,
Price so and 60 cents
AH turaaUby Iirumilita
1'KiiKl.teT r Ukntb rnitianiKU lloon
AT (JnLl"IAW K MTBlKngRII, NlW tlBRTS
t RMSHlKd uooDTona, SSO. TOO hrvbhth
HTHEKT. ORIIR (IF 11
lltMHl White Bblrie, 7ft eenta 85 cent i, 1, I4
Our ei white ihlrta la ttniarpaMet in the city
kukI Merino Undershlrta and Drawers, U cents,
oo cents 7 cents Tl. J and 1N V, sell a
iwiier i nieriQiriifan any buuwid town
SletKlll hogllih Hitckt, Si cents per pair
Knit Jacketa, larire variety and at very low
pticcs lb Qncat variety of Ties, llowa and
ticirlt ever sen In tl la cltr
l)cutrirlenta Kid (llowa, In all tbe opera
tlurs and shades for etreei wear (lloves,
Ultuci t J lores, of any ImaKlnabl kind, and at
1 1" iiKureB. i ouioanuoonfiDoc yourselves. At
Kouda warranted as represented
OULDHAH S. STRIWOtnO,
Corner feeventh and O sueets.
line Kktto llKALiii " li i' the easleat thing
In the world to lose the blessing of health, but
when loft Ills nut eo easy to rfKln It. Ihe
l"i( ular IJea of llliy years ko that a treraen
l us scouring ol too bowels was an essential
e'ement ol cure In almost all diseases baa foriu
natrly lor mankind Iwen jretty ettectually
fxilinlrt Tbo lnlriluction of Ilntetters
st iuach Itltters, nearly a quarter of a century
m may t ld to bare Klven tbe ( U gnu
in drastic urnAtlun Tno worll has learne t
iroin tbo Itrtfllclal cllecta produced by that
a linkable prcartlin tbat on medicine may
tmbrace tbo three ropcrtlea of a tonic, a laia
lire am! an alterative) thatth thrc curatlv
1 roccnes ol IntlKuratlon, urlncatlun and rtjtu
ulUn may bconiiiuiod at the Sara Urn by
I he 0erallun cl single aitrteabl remedy
There nre avund, i hllosupbloat reason I for the
rctnarkblo Impn veroeni which lb Hitters
oration In tbe comllllon vt a deranged and
i nice) led system Ibis jure con.bloa.Uon of
tfKviawe luicce not onij strcDsjinens in
t uacb stimuUtca lb a (ictlto and braces
the nerves but alio iui arts ton and vigor to
the crctt.ry t ritans as the skin, tho liver, and
the kidneys and If tbo blood has become too
thin andwatcryto nourish the body roperly,
rn riches an 1 vftallies that ' raw material ' vt
all the solid prtluns of lb frame At this
i rrl mI ot the year when Intermittent levers,
I lllwus disorders stomach complaints, and dys
tnterlcanddlarrhocla ailments are always more
r Iris rile utxasIonAl dseaof lb llllieri will
lo found tho beat nalricuard ayalnit theatino.
I I crii cuDdlllona which Kcnerat them An
ttcretifoQ ol Ktuora.1 vliccr is necessary to enaM
ilieryilemt resist the murbld Inlluenceol tbo
malarious varora which rise from the earth at
i hi reason, n tot nil the known Invlgorants
11 is totters Hitters la tbe aalest and the most
potent mwm
Cbarilr ( nn Ltliklf I mdw
1 he funeral of Mrs Jane ljnhlln took place
at st Mevcn s church tcsierdjv ktlu cluck tt.
id ant was attende I by a large concourse of
in mis an i uiniauces ci in ueeeased
lAtlier McNally celebrated the beautiful aod
MiipoplDtc service or rciiulem biicb mass, assisted
I y a ipciUl ch Ir, whkb reo tared most beautl
lul and solemn inuslo for th occasion
the death of this estimable lady causes a deep
It loom a toons; a. host of personal friends and eo.
lualnlanoea wberehy eacellent qualltlea war
known and an "elated Mrs La uu kiln was
on of tbos quiet and steady workers In all tbat
la itood whos value la llule known aod appr.
elated until they are called away Remarkably
energetic and lnduitrlt ua, her life was a volan
la ry routine of labor bbe succ1ed la rearing;
and educating larie laully to b ornaments
of sodeiy and valuable ciiUensof our eoonu
nllr Humble andi utelvLbrletlaB. ihnu in
example in in which the light shown that men
mill i see her ewod works ami slorlir her
lather In heaven True ikty was m narked
an I Unmeant feature ol v whole IK The
klnlct f tarettts h .l her children Ii
th t rlD4.li le of honcstv and vlrtn bv uuh
inn lliein that work wa nut l and thaunlv aura
mtans tt an Lorn rat le life Her devutfcn to
l cr youngesiand (QIT eon was most beautiful
xnd mug in herUst inomentaol the salt ol tn
tanh tleneruus, kind anl faithful aba hal
i o in tbe reward of a welbsnt (lie (Hod
wtiiuan rest In )sc Her remaloa werccon
teyelto Mount ttllvet cemetery, and placed la
thianlt
New IwaMrasira lenmn
Lait nlhl a numt-cr or prominent business
mentoeiattbe Hoard of Trad room for tbe
lurpos of taking the i reUmlnary step to
wards forming an Insurance company on tbe
UHIV4I I tau iiuvuK iuunriHDt were ntiifi
It C oj. W J Steibenson, Major A (J
Itlchards S rn Jlsllantyne, Jt hn Wlison, Clin
i nllojd.J W ThomS(n Wm Stlckoey.1
M Home, trunk Hume, William Haldwlo. Jno
i liaker.Wu Shields and others Mr Stick
tiey i resided, with Mr Shields as secretary
Viler discussion, Messrs Mlckuey, Wilson,
Miloldr ox, Major It le hards, and iJojd were
attainted a committee to Innulre Into the an
lilwucy c! urganlslng an Insurance company on
the Luutual j In, an I also the expediency of tak
InK tuarlne riska tbe committee to report at an
U UI UlU UiGOlIIIg
Nllrk
Next to th best blng In this world, which Is
it Hind hIiu will stkk closer t Ian a I rolher, la
b mucilage that will act well Ha i art, ' Much
f the UiULlhtite In UIO Is no duller than an ram-h
water bur at last Klocsewskl h. Mlndeleff, of
-iJ un uiuieu pu IIIIUI UCPIUIOU lO
sutrrtde till tno muciUge now In us it la
itrliuly water, steam, and alcohol iroof H
Mauds any climate and never spoils It con
i ii is uu olsonous substances It dries quickly
an I has an agreeable odor i r posting cards
illr clr ulars and lor all urjosea lur which
uu ist, Is used It Is asujerlor article Ills
r u I an uru(giii
vviilthitf mi Drniiinlk AaaorlalUa
V Urue uicctlnu t f tbe Waahltivton Ilramatln
AisulUiUu was I eld last evening at 1'arker a
ii a uu luaiHLiri (ail ior tara, in auocift.
tun aircd n uranlmous resolution tendering
tbo rtl4emy to ( ol h H hinoot, and a com
lullti warn ( tn'ed loi rle blm ol th action
f iloassuiiaifou aitloUaln an answer beloie
th nttt ucLimii
(ld milr
will M n le up n ui Now la tbo time to pro
tide fur II lyrrurloM iur iuj lies of winter
lotblog do tu A strum 1 ular clothing
house, lull I Gnis)lvanlaavcuue uear Llcienth
stitet
Ntln4il MiivIok Hank
orner of Niw ak avenue otd llftecnlb
street, as Direr cent per annum on uepslts
lor each calcudjr mouth Jtanklug hours 9 to
4 baturdsj. u to 4 and 0 to a
TSie ablatuii ( Itr Hntlasa llnnk
c r ner of beiriith siricland Liulslana avenue
ajs 6 tr cent Inteiesl on all depoatu. Ii
oslla cu ! uial and drawn at will
.Now Orrguiau
Hoys t assliucr hull for t
Youth's Dasslmcrabults forlo and
Jdu aCdsslmcr Suits for tl.
due j i ice, lu i lain figures
Ul V IllSMM
No 410 Sehtb street Qoribwesl
in vuw of th Jintnens jajpular majority f
ur 1'rtskUrii, It I proposed to make Jus alto
ii ii uuanlmcus, as Is tho loibmol uont natlug
foiivemlons so the Jw plo of Uitiblligi u Lava
detertnlnci t rusk tin 1 otgn ti (jiii 1 1 lur
1 rue. Ho. Ull bt i u r i, i. rner of I a
Uio 1 universal rcaort u w I 0a 1 buil
t o uetcd them on a lair a 4 iiuaoruLle
liajIS
1st i m tau TOpituswiLL for very little
tnuney ou can learn Souielhlug to vour advanl
ag l eallluK w lioutan. Vox,wl SurCOtft I
VCl I
RIGHT AT LAST.
ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL.
ftlarrylaft ITader Difficult), ! All Matle-
fetrr
An affair oooarred last nls;bt which culml
naied In th happy marrtaa of two errln ones.
but which, from tho lingular circumstances con
nected therewith, deserves to be recorded Tho
raott ar as follows About o'clock last evening
a lady waited upon Major nichsrdi, at polk
lieadqaartera, ant Informed him or th diss p.
pearane of her daughter on th previous night
rutin a; furtherlhataho believed she had been j
deooyod rrom her homo to a house of 111 fame I
by a young man whoa occupation la that of a
barkeeper After hearing her patiently, an 1 .
ascertaining th suspicions of th mother ro i
gardlng the bduio to which th girl hal been '
Inveigled, th Major Instructed Detectives Me
Devlttand McLliresb loprol to a bouieon L '
street, between Twelfth and Thirteenth, wher
It was thought th runaway was ensconced 1 he
officers ma-ie Inquiry or th proprietress, an I
found out Irom ner that a girl answering thu
description of th mtislng dtughler was then tn '
uer uoufs, nevinai ueen rougni mere vj a
young man tbe night beforo Tbe girl was
ol led, and afier conversation with tbe omeera
acoeded to their request to aooompany tbem to
police beadquarteta Arrlvlne: there th Ma r
iueatlonel her when sheoonrciied that she had
gone i inn noma wuence an wm urougoi
ol her own freewill and at th request or th
barkeir above relerred to) that she paisol tbe
nlgblln th bous with blm; that It was tbe
Rrit occasion of her wrong-doing-, and tbat she
was avert to going back to her horn
TBI AiTnoRorTHiMiarniRr
wsirtnt tor at to conclusion of bar story, anl
upon bis arrival a rather Interesting seen was
witnessed Th young lady fainted while be
Irantlcally called for water, with which ho
bathed her faoe and bands, speedily succeeding
In restoring her to consciousness.
As soon aa ah bad recovered, the younr man
wits questioned an I bla guilt and folly set ll ir
him tn tbelr protr HghL After awhile tbe
consequences that must follow seemed to dawn
upon nlin, and be lecame very much frightened,
ao 1 It seemed as though
AMUTHIB FAIRT1K BCIKR
nss to translr Just at this juncture some
one In th room spoke of a mtrrlag or lb par
ties, lfolb appeared to revive at thts remark,
and both, alter questioning, announced tbelr
wtlllnRnesa to accent this as yet ntbougbt-of
remedy for th evil don Th mother or tbe
girl was sent for. and upon entering the Major a
loom betrayed symptoms or fainting, but was
recovand In time to b informed of the state of
affairs, Sh willingly accepted
TBI MAntAoitrn roAL
of th festive vouib. and It having been asoer
lalned that both parties were Koman Catholics,
they were placed In cbarg ol Mr McDevltL
wbaebiaJaed altoens from Mr MoNemee, and
then escorted them to the parsonageof aCalhu-
Wa hoarJIy wish tbe young con pi success
and ha ppl at as in life, even though their mar
nagesiait naa dq enierei upon unoer mes
parently adverse circumstances.
t ITV MMAI I. TI.tl
'Dully' teams sport on lb Avenue
Obllecilv prejadlcea agalosltb7dr the Y
M.-U A.
Orlndslonea are ever ready for a revolution!
baring been ground down for centuries
Wandering people never get angry ihey lead
a nomatfloliie
Jouea says he went 1 1 a funeral wher there
was a co ran in iue nvarse sou in every norse
Three (s)cents that cost adellar aj loc jockey
club, sneet brier and patebculy
A good tblng on the mule ho can t have th
uoraa uiaeaao.
Th residents of Capitol Hill, tho' they bave
no cane i, nave uei irvwtiir tombs
A Irlend says be never drinks brown stout lest
it set mm w euiog an i uring Dim 10 nis etrr
"Our Joo' haa been very III In New York
Thank Heaven ' be Is now recovering
Th new secretary has been flnlibed, an 1 Is a
nBooeomo pi ecu oi luruuurv
Tb board of school trustees had a lively
meeting last night
The Uhlo Aiioclatloa ineeti to night at Ma
rlni a hail
Business went on as usual in town yesterday
deij ii the stoppage of the ratrtoi
Oss lamia are being erected throughout tho
Uapltol grounda
The rain of Monday and yesterday aided lu
cleaning th streets and lewtrs nicely
lien Miller, th rbatni I m better on (Irani,
has returned from Utloa, New ork
alklng was not rrf kwhI yeiterday Ilesl
dents qt Georgetown an t tbe Navy ard did not
Ilk tbe street cars being UU up
It takes a goodly force of men to scr-im up th
dead learea which are filling now in tbe several
public squares.
Th fountain at Ninth slroet anl Tcnnsylra
nla avenue la a decided Improvement It as
llaylog )csterday
The sun shon juit long enough yestenlay to
entio epiiootlo horses out and then wcut back
on them
Th printers or th Patriot now (hut tholr
"occupation a gone,' collect on the street cor
ners and wonder who Is the next tool to start a
Democratic newspaper
Hilly Itsod la starling a diss of musklans
Th Japanese Unto is lb Instrument clary
lUrton, Harry Muoson, Jim Uroggln and others
have already entered
A young daughter of Mr Hirry Newklrk
No KJU O atreet, waa burned Monday after
noon by br clothes taking Are llr llallat
tended her, and lior condition is not considered
serious
It Is sal I that Mr J II tvivlllas camel, pM
ducedln the lied rocket-book 'at th National
theatre, has escaped the tpisootlc ap to the
f -reient time. It Is also staled thai tbe baboon
s convalescent.
PUT1II.N
Tbe Baallah menm i nrhi
lu lb Ljstern Urancb.aboutbalfamlle from
the uavyyard wharf, lies the steam yacht holhan,
In which Its owner, Hon Thomas llrsrsey M
1 with his wile an I a tew friends, haversoently
crossed the Atlantic Ih vgbmI is scnooner
rigged, of three hundred and forty tons burthen,
and was built eij ressly far ber owner on tb
t lyd about two years ago. In length sn is
about on hundred and ten feet, and beam
thirty, and draws from twelve to fifteen feet or
waer
bhe la substantially built, and th Interior
fittings are or the nut excellent style nn I show
eooelusls sly tbat while It was built for hard us
It was also built for oomfort aod convenience
Tb cabins, atau-rouma anl dining room are
quit roomy and ar unlahed In d i Hi rent-colored
oiled wood, tastily arranged The quarters for
theerew ar also excellently arranged and In
perfect keeping with lb well appointed yacht.
Tb ngln la a compound, about forty torse
power, located amldship Tbacrew consists or
twenty four picked meo, all young large, and
excellent seamen, who are uniformed Ir. a man
nor similar to tbe seamen or tbe Unite 1 states
navy On tbe cap la the name of the yacht, anl
on lb Iront of tho shirt Is embroidered the loi
ter "II Y S"
ROW tllROUT IltRK,
Tb vessel led Lowes aioui a nt mth ago and
sailed direct for St lohns, Newfiundland,
which was roach ed alter an eiL-eedlogly stormy
passage of fourteen dsys, being cauitbt by a
aeries of head winds and storms, wbleh necessl
tated the use of steam
irom KL Johns tbe ) arty went through the
various cities or tb provinces, and from there
lo New York i tbecce to Hoaton, and from
uoeton tu thla city Th owner has with blm bis
entlr family, consisting or bis wife and three
children, all young and who take to the water
as naturally as ducks 11 la well known In
boating circles in bis home, and has owned and
now owns several small Meet yachts, used only
for racing purposes
ttom ibis tltyhe sails to Philadelphia, but
his further plans are uot yet male known ex
eepl that h will remain In th country during
th entire winter, probably visiting tbls city
again during tbe teuton ol UonaTeii
rb entire party exiress themselves highly
pleased with what they bave seen thus far, an I
seem willing to even extend tbelr trip longer
thin was at first anticipated
1 assUrd unit Tennat In Wniblagtoa.
The case or 1 owler against Hapley and others.
nOW dMIded bV th Unllmi Sla Kiinnma
Court on appeal from lb supreme Court of
hi. in.iiivi viiaiiiiriivB ail mijHiriaut quemon
In tbe law of landlord an 1 tenant as api Urd In
Washington lowler turchased thole bust
ness from another, who had purobsaed from th
original lessee of premises on tb wharf, neither
be nor bis vendor knowing of any arrears for
rentagalost th original tenant, t'pon such a
claim, however, an attachment was Issued
against a quin Ity of Ice on Ihe iremlses.be
longing to ) owler to enforce the lien Tbo
court below affirmed tb right of tb landlord to
proceed thus, and the decre sustained tbe pro
ceedings The appellant Insisted on appeal lual
th landlord was not authorised by the statute
Hiring a lieu for rout to proceed by attachment
agalust chattels lu such a case, they havlDg
been twloe sold without notice to the l urchasor
of tb arrears or rent This court take the
same view or tho case asrcvallol below and
arorm th judgment
Job ner. a raster A- I at la a
An adiournel meeting of th Journeymen
!ilntcrsr Association was held last olgbt, at the
I lck son house the temp rary i resident (r N
Herinun) tn the clulr, and John Meany soo
reury
The committee on constitution anl h laws
reported that they hat secured a copy of th
constitution of r a Inters loalge, No 6, of the
cltor New 'i ork, which they presented as the
constitution or the Journeymen 1'alnters Asso
ciation of Washington
On motion tbe constitution was rea I and acted
uion article br article, substituting for th
nam of th lodge Washington Iodg or tbe
iJIStrlUof Columbia, and a commute (Moidi
log or Messrs C"ombs, McConncll, Mcany,
I bomas and Howell waa appoint J to revise tbe
I y laws
The (hair ernolnted Messrs Owen (lodlrev
and Mann a commute to secure a permanent
Usee for meeting alter which tb meeting ad
Journal
lriiipl Acllsa
Ihe rico rcsideut of th Hoard ot I'uMio
Woks dfacoterM yesterday tbat some ol tbo
emjloyees of the lioard at the blxib street
wharf had been In 11 e habit ol h rea try d lie t Ira
Inatlog lu lavor of certain contract rs In tne Is
sue of matertnl luriiier that ttie c uirao rs
ibus luv ired Dail I ecu lit tno bat It ol sui plylog
tho iiuplojees Wltti fli.k uu I toirtnLmun c
I id was promptly nlpi I i y tl a issuu ol n
rdor lliuiissluit 1 Liitlro lit iy I t y
ullurnoon
Heath from Hiuallik
A colored girl, sged eight year daughter ol
W Hose, residing on h street, between Hnt
ii nd Naoond streets northeast, died last nluht of
smallpox. TZl JJoard of Healtu will bo ooUJlsd. J
PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
MMBLT MEETING Of HIE TBlSTtlS.
tlirnila Tr Tfaehirakla Oritbr Kr
ilrih eMeslBtfBlat-KalrB)i)BleB
rid AbbbbI HrpailOrderesl,
Th Iward of trustees of tb public school
held tbelr regular monthly meeting last even
Imatlh Iranklln school bulldlngi Mr Y,3.
Murtagb, president. In th cta-ilr, and Dr, A f.
Fr Jon, secretary.
Th following applications for teachershlp
wer received from Ijottl A rUloilng. Mrs n
(1 Auatln, Mill Annie h. IMper, Miss K 1.
Harper and Mips Kat Austin, and referred to
lb superintendent
A communication waa laid befor lb board
from Win 11 liberty in th shai of a
inemorlal on th euhocl of "rolytecbnfe School
hdur-Rtlnn,' which h aisertl Is now attracting
universal attention In Lurop an I America.
Also a similar paer forwarded by blm to lb
Oovcrnor, asking to If appointed to tb Brit
vacancy on th lioard as he has tna4 thla sub
ject a sieclal atu ly l r many years Th mat
ter was referred to the committee on text books
Th president or tho board UU blor th
trustees a troiHltlon from Mr I. L. Urounse.
of th leclur committee of th luuog Men's
Christian Association 1 he annual onurse will
consist or six lectures, to be delivered by Trot
Jhn Tynlall, or the Hoyal Instltullon, Lin
don, beginning Decern lr 3 Tbls lecturer
was proiniawi iat year, dui lainug 10 arrive,
those boiling lail year season tickets and
wlihlng to exchange for th pre Hnt eours will
l allowed a deil action of on sltth of the urina
of a season ticket lor th public schools on
Hundred anuniiy iicbsis aiaj.irinat numner
la ordered a deduction of ntty cents on th
ticket will h made, or on hundred and arty
ll acta ni aa w
Tbe sunerlntendent luMuItt,! the fiillowln
abstract of riorts forCKtober. 18IJ
Numberof pupils on th rolls the last day of
th month, 7,077, Increase for th month, 74
whole number or pupil enrolled during th
month. 7 3Hoi averair number nf no. nil. aurollml
dJrlngth montb, loM average number or pu
fiiiainaiicnuancwuBriDKtnemonin, e Ma. nun
ier of vacant sats In th llrst dlsir et, SlSi
Second 313, Third, 343 Jourlh, lA-toul,
019 Nutntxir or ap) I loan is waiting admls
slm In th First district, 9 Second district, 41 1
rblrddl'trlot, ti rourtb,2-toui,M. Number of
ecbradslnlbe tlrstdlstHct,a.1 Second, 38 Third,
mj rourvu, vioiai, iu. Averng numoer oi
pupils in each school In tho Urn district, M7t
Second, M9 ThIH 4tf4, lourth, U i geoeiat
average, ALX l'erctoUg of attendane In the
urn oisiriti, jv Deooou, vi n, inira, vi l)
Irourth. 03.4 averair nercentasre vi L Nam
ber ol eases of tardiness In th First district.
Dresenc at roll ca.IL tut OVi. 1'eroenUae of tardl
ness, o Jo Number of cases of corporal punish,
roent tn th FlrstdlstrleL W. Second. 2. Third.
10, Fourth 11 total 47t Increase lor tbe month,
4. Numbci of pupils dismissed In th First dis
trict, 1) Seoohd, 6i Third, 4i tourtb -toul, 10
Number ol pupils suspended In tb Irat district,
0 Second 7lThlrd,4,ourth 2A-total,4i Nam
beroflndltent pupils furnished with books In th
Urstdlstrlct, 1, Second dlsu-iet, 4) Third, 10:
lourth district, 47 total, M Number of visit
of trustees In the tint dlitrlct, .to, Second,
3.19 Tnlrd, m, Fourth xn -total, u Number
oi viiusoisuperimenaeni, ajs
Anotheroommunlcalfon was submitted to th
board from Mr 1 W W (I rim o in relation to
the suspension of his son, l'orcy, bv the sub.
lajani oi law DUBU uiitllCS IQ 1 BABing IUBI Q
be transferred
Mr Woodward, from th aubhoarl of lha
SeconI district, submitted a unanimous rort
iuutiid oi anion n i jir Aicijeuan ana in
teacnertH ineecnuoi m ine coarse pursued to
wards thPuMl
Un motion of Mr Harris, th action of the sub-
nnard wl ouncurrd In, and they wer dle-eharice-t
from any farther eon side ration or th
sufieoT
Mr Hart moved that two thousand copies of
hv auuwa, l"'k l- TIUIIFU, UU lllUIIKra in
t lates of lb J e Hereon and Cranch school build
In i,t, ior the as ur th Oovrnor, LcglsUtly
Amoij idu lawru oi iruiicva Auopien
Th subject or purchasing on ban Ired and
Aftv tickets to tne Y M (J A eonraaaf tactnraa.
for the benefit of tb teachers, wa then Ukea
up and adoptod.
Messrs. Harris, Woodward, Seott ant Wllioo
wvre h pointed aoommiiie u receive and dl.
innate in iicku
Th board then adjourned
TUB IIORMK IIIHKAWF
AbImbU Mlawlj HrTerlHgTh tBtrnr
lf H table Inaaccied
W hlleth serious eltects of the hers disc
continue to decree, still great precautionary
uivkuiii ii u4 tj tuoav owning vvins
Htx.lt esterday, on account or Iho raloy
weather, all th cars wer withdrawn rroin the
street railroads, and th tripe will he resumed
in-day rovlled tb weather Is favorable Tb
WaibUgton an I Georgetown company ropes
to futon their line eighteen Navy Yard cars,
i pui, ivur mi ' no riiurieoniu iireet line,
and th full complement on seventh street.
Tb Metn polltan road will all) run a limited
number of cars nn their routo tn order to acootn
modate tbo ubllj as Ur aa possible
THtCOBTBALTOIl IIOBSKS
loiiector Wm, I. Wallace In m ly lu a re
qutof tbe Hoard or 1'ubllo Works tolnspeet
tbe horses of th various contractors an I report
how soon they will b all to reiutne work on
th Improvainonts on the various streets reports
that In accordance with direct Ions be visited th
stables of tbe largest contractors, and found the
horses and mules attacked with tbe prevailing
borso dlioase, that the horse aptearod tu
ho more suscei tlbl to llm disease than tho
tuulos, although amonx them were several bad
case that som ol th horses first attacked
were ronvaUscnt, tut appeared weak and
Sumewhuiroducci in flesh Should th weather
continue leasant they will be able toootnniaoco
work In afew days Ho saw some bud eases,
anl shoult they roouver will not b able to do
any work firai least thirty days If put to work
toos.n au I a relapi shoult take place, death
will be the Inevitable result, as In other cltlss
Helsof Ihootdnfon that a itaneral raiummion
uflnrse Ubir cannot take jUca under tenor
uncvu uaj
TUB rlRK MtrAnTWCKT
Tbo horses of the fir department ai pair to
tA Iml Mrlnv alfh IKii itn.ni L.n ..r t f il.l md f
ol th rankllu company, who Is ailll quit sick
jiwuuK iua iivvrj Riaoiri toe iiorice wer ail
found to bedolnir well, and ihadlaaaaa la fait
dlsai nearl og The number of dead animals re
iwrieu yesierusy ar as follows )o on
Twenty secon 1 street, between M and N north
west: one on I tuhth stret LaLwaan H a.n.1 il
southeast! one on (1 street, between Six h and
Seventh southwest) one on Llevenlh street, be
tween U and T northwest, on at Third and U
streets northeast on In alley between F street
and Massachusetts avonu aud tlrstaad North
Capitol streets northwest, one belweenO anl U
an 1 r ourth an I t Uth streets northeast) on be
tween r irst street and New Jersey avenue and
D and L streets northwest) and on on O street,
alley, between t ourth and lifih streets north
west one at corner Nineteenth street atHj New
i oi e avenue) one in aiiey Dei wee a i and K and
llfteenthand Sixteenth streets, ana in allah
tween Eleventh and Iwelfth and CJ and Ft
streets, one on New Jersey avenue, between L
and M southeast, one near canal, between I an I
K streets southeast) one at corner Third and N
streets northeast) on at corner Klghteenth and
M streets northwest.
Th New Cll r FharmBcy.
Th I'barmeentlcal association or the niitrlnt
of Colombia held a meetlnc on Monday olgbt,
and th following additional names wer re
iorted as members anl conwratara if the mw
college) W s Thompsou, tl u. (i, simraa,
John A MUburn.J p Mliburn D 1 Clarke,
cnaa stott, . D (l llm an, c Chrlstlanl John
ji itiajor, uo iu iiowarti, t u. uaiiher, J
W Nairn, O W Uropley. S E. Lli, J I
Kldwell.lt II Ferguson,., X. Dooley. i
H Hoswell, Thomas S Tune, James N. Callao,
Daniel Kolb, it llrae. Jaa Merchant, John A
Hutler. Thomas Nulllvan. II ( Ilavta. T
Christiana, Rudolph Old berg, Chas It, Camn-
IL (1 Llnneweaver, J R Caailo, 1 II Heller,
A Hod erne r, W H Diw, Amerloua Davis, I.
W Wright, It A Haoon, S. A. KeeneyandJ
Th aasoolatlon npoo motion of Trofossor
UI I berg, adjourned imi dt
On motion o( 1'rof Hlckllng, th college pro
ceedtd to tb election of officers by ballot, with
the following result W S. Thompson, presl
dent) J I. O Conoell, first vice president) it. H
I erguson, seoon 1 vie president J C till, r
cording secretary! ( 0 O Sims, corresponding
secretary) J Tarker Mliburn, treasurer) D lr
Hlckllng curator
A committee, oonslitlog of Meair IL U ler
gusoo W 11 lotwislaand I C 111, were ap
polotM to engroaa th constitution and by laws,
J L, Kllwell, D Ullman Joseph W
Nairn II II Clarke and Charles Stott wer
electel trustees
thlldseVa IlBapllaJ
An earnest appeal for aid baa been mad by
tb managers of tb Children a Hosltal and
Di i tiiery located on L street, between Llghth
and Ninth streets. There ar few cbarltsblo
Institutions In the city thst commend them
aelvca mor forcibly to th public than this, and
ar mora deserving of their sui port, Tho lios
I Hal now contains 2 Inmates between tbo age
ol 13 year and It months. 14 ol which ar under
surgical treatment, and Miss A C Magruder tb
matron, is mosi latmiui in uer eiioris to oontrl
bule to the comrirt or tbe little saflercrs This
Institution Is supported entirely by voluntary
contributions, and Is now In want or tb assist
ance or tbo ulllo No distinction I mad In
regard t the recrptlm and treatment of la
tlents, all coming In for uniform attention In
inedLaldenartuent la In chariraof arla nhvai
clans, and the affairs of the hoanllal ara an
wuficu iok uoartt uianaKer consisting oi
iiiuiiiiiiu niiutig mil iuvwii mi our cuizana
It la to be taped that tho appeals of tbe boa
iltal will bo beetled, and public support be given
to tbem In their t resslng need Our cluteos
bare urevlouslv shown ureal ireneroilir laoui
charitable Institutions, Let tbls not prov ao ex
Th I nat rronuarlaiurBls ol Did l'rb "
A studeut of Old Probab Utles under In.
struotlon at ort Whipple, , tbe school lor
the education of ' Kloria berireants. United
States Army," deeming bis knowledge of me
teorology, id workings of th barometer lb
wiermouieier eni in rain irauB aumLiani. eon
elude 1 yesterday to gradual and make practl
cal ai 1 1 ica lion of taking things when they were
seen ly foretelling the 'cours of storms' to
iiibidw ui fiy in oDierver, aiter making
tblsoiiervatt m lett bis station and started for
l art unknown sailsned with his woiit Tha
commanding officer at tb fort Immediately gave
or ten t I ave warning signals ' displayed at
all tbe station b uies in r ler that be might I n
t gn hu niuaan i mo inturuiatl m sent Lt (H 1
rvt Su thai ho may I e sufuly harbored
r io k phis Dm i Itepubllran Ctub
lioftitoiiii n of every inmutur ot (lei ung
len a Hopnl licau club a lui Dlsirici ol C ituiu
1 1 1 it .allLd lu tbo advertlit nmut In another 1
umn In ralallOU tU th IUSCIIdli let Ii r tinOlit
ul ihe lul house Very iiuj riant builneis Is
to bo brought beforo tbe club 1 r it oonsllera
Hon, and U U Importaci lhat all should be
1 resent
STANDS AT THE BAR.
TRIAL OF OFFICER O'BRIEN.
Tat 1!atdr f t Ingkatw- ( Jarr
Obtalard (ae AJwiB(d 1111 thla
MIB)lBT
Th trial of Charles O IirUa, lata a member of
the Metropolitan polio fore, Indicted for lb
murder of Bam II Cunningham, at ureen
Springs, near Ocorgetown, on th occasion of ft
tlcnlo there last summer, was begun la the
Criminal Court yesterday morning i
Th crowd which assembled, although larir.
waa smaller than that which attended at th
other murder trial ot thla term i
Mr juatic MMArinurocuiii in nncn at
i request of Mr Jostle Humphreys who has
sard ail lb other murder cases of this term
O lirlen took hi aeat at th bar. looking fresh
and rosy, and, during lha subsequent calling of
the Jurors, manifested a lively interest In th
ebotc of Juror
lf- .' Mlllaa anl A tt IVIIIIama an
geared forth accused. Mr riddle, of the d
tifa. waa absent, hut lha court said that tn
call of th Jurors coul I procee! In hi a absence
Mr Williams salt tbat there wer a number
nf important witnesses wh were not her II
sui posed that tho Interruption or travel between
this city and Georgetown was th reason for th
dely He supposed, however, that th wit- i
nt'iei would be In Simn
Tbidarsnsi aii nave pco summoned eg
cept one I
Juatic MooArthur I suppose weeaoealla
lU. v.. ...
Cir tt iiiiaina. i b, air.
Th rrarular panel ol th term was then called.
AS follow I
A West. AAntdi John W. Mortal I.
Urmed opinion) Thomas H Johnson, hod not
read th papers and bad read nothing about thts
rase, accepted) John W Oreeo. colored, ohal
lenaen oy ueienoet s a w nitaser, cuaiieng"
tydefeneeiS H Douglas challenged 1 Ulark,
en)j i uonaiuson naa lorroeu opinion)
Downer, exnreisedcolnloni A O PlanL
challenged by defence) Israel Demlog, accepted t
A swiopier ana iewi opanier nam oooscienuous
scruples, Jobn 11 Hussel. ehalleeged by rte
fenoet Robert A Urinn, witnesa, was foreman
ortb Inquest ast had formed oplntooj James
1'ayne, challenged bv defenoe;Samael 1, Wall,
Bocepieo ueorg wiiner. anoepiea) u. uam
mack, set aside; Lustae l Urlen, challogd
for tb United Stalest John It Nemmeo, h al
ien ged br defence) tieorg W. Dement, ehal
lenged for tbe defence, John M Dlvln, chal
longed for dereneei M T Parker, accepted) H,
J Middle too, lck
Only seven jurors having been obUtaed, It
wa ordered that forty talesmen b aummonai
for thla mornlog
Tb Court askad If th oounsel obJctl to a
separation of th sworn jurors 7
Mr Harrington kl b felt It his duly to atk
that tb jurors should b kpt together.
Tbe Court regretted the necessity of keeping
tbe jurors together, and trusted tbey would find
their accommodations pteesant.
The Jurors then retlied In cbarg of a bailiff
and lodged at lb Continental hotel, Tbl 1
th fint case sloe th opening of th court In
which less than an entlr Jury hav been kept
together It baa been tb custom heretofore to
allow th jurors to separata until after tho
whole wer sworn. A change In th custom bas
been made. Ills sal I, because the liberty granted
toother case has been abused.
ntrderlr raeaenger and a FUhllag (.
darter.
Yesterday afternoon, about 4 o clock, a whit
man nmd J Buckley, while under th laflu
one of liquor, got ub ear No, 14, of th Wash
legion and Ocorgetown railroad, on Pennsylva
nia avenue near Twelfth street, and when op
posite tho Treeinry behared lo a manner d la.
grabl to those In th ear, principally ladles,
who Informed th conductor, Mr John Oarbury,
of bis conduct, and requested that h b ex
pel ltd from thenar
Mr Uarbary remonstrated with him and
offer et to return bis far If be woul I get off, but
Instead of obeying th request, became ob
strenrout, thereby compelling the conductor to
nt fore and ipl him Irom lher Uuckler,
aner bet nit i ut oil. ran uo to the car anl caaabi
hold of th rail and mad several atterapu tu
strike tbe conductor, some ot which wer sue
cesslul and wer properly returned by the
conductor, who, some ol ihe iasengers say, went
tooUr Offloer Yeatmsn, who waa near at th
time, arrested twnh parlies and locked tbem an
In tb Central guard bous for th action of
Judge Boell to-day
TraNafers f Heal fTatalc.
Mr Thomas S Wagsemanhas sold property
aa follows No 471 1 street, lot II br 78. to 11
bchml I tin an, for ft 723 1 No. Vil k Iflh street, lot
14 by 100, to Conrad Kelfer, for at two i No to
r inn street, 101 1 oy iou, to a rjiioti, ior no)
No. frOiSlith street norlhwist, to LIU. Cull.
nay, forllJ3 No. Tie Hfih street northwest,
to John Hume, for 12,000) No. 7Jo Finh street
to John Iltlokhorn, fortl3i3) No. 724 Firth
street northwest, to John Wlokboro, for 1 67i t
lot 3, In rquar 4S9, fronting 13 feet on sixth
street, between E and 1 streets northwest, by
41 feet 4 Inches deep, and Infi roved bra small
from dwelling, for si, 10, to William Lord) also
two lota In square 4io, Ir-nHegon ilflh street,
I etween (1 at I H st reels, 13 Icet front by 83 feet
deep, for 1 474 and 11,313, respectively
Flrat nnllcflbe Mciuea-tliy Hallraad Km
plavere.
The first ballof tbo Terpslchorean campaign
for UTi- 73 came olf lost nUbt at Udd t allows
hall, on Seventh street. Tb fttt was given by
the conductors and driver ol th Washington
an 1 Ocorgetown city rallrod, assisted by ihslr
Irlendsof other roads, aod of lb public ganer
ally, In order to hav a good time, aud perhaps
becaus tb men were out of work aa a result of
tbe horsedlscase Hoin six lo seven hundred
ticket wer sol 1 Tbo night wa an unusually
fin on There was a full assembly, and about
li o clock, when nr reporter looked In, th ball
room, with He ctowdvd ooUlllon to tb anl
mating inuslo of lb band, lb glitter of tbo
lUbts, and th rlrntlful ornamentation or flags.
presented a gay spectacle Indeed
Mewerlal liar.
Tha vonna: arttiL. Charlaa W Vawr.ti lha
Treasury Department, ha executed In water
colors a sketch which Is entitled Memorial
iiay ' U oo a slits of a cross about two feet ami
half high, around which 1 twined a boaullful
wreath or natural flowers roses, vloleis, lu
ichlas, columbines, verbenas, lilies, and other
rare flowers Thrr ar most Darfecllr drawn
and colored, and th entire sketch reveals th
and attract much attention
Atlealt, I aialaal
Perrv k. U rot bar. th anLartirlilmr drv hikvU
merchants on Peunsylvanla avenue and Ninth
street, bav latl la a saperb stock nf well se
lecieu urraB gooaa, wnico toej win ouer unring
this weak at varv moderate uric a Thatroul
lection of goods embraces all that Is needed for
families and housekeepers, and In addition tbey
ar reviving dalle frsh supplies A visit to
this establishment wilt repay any one, as tholr
stock Is open lor Impaction at pleasure.
Highway Habbrrr
Lsit nig kl, between T and I clock, wbll Ur
A Miller was passing down Thirteenth street,
lelweon O and D atreets, he was knocked down
bv som unknown men and robbed of a void
watch and ii In money ills assailants hav
bean arrested, and will b brought befor Julg
Knell to-day
Hebberr
Th unfinished house of Mr Jas Wllas No.
117 i Ifleenlh street, was entered Monday night
by thieves and robbed of a lot of lead Ipe
UEUUtsKTUrVM AFITAllth
In consequence of th rain yesterday work
upon th market houi wassuipeoded
Turg Okaib Markbt nclpta of grain
Jesterday wer ft Sou bushels of corn and 200
usbels of wheat
Tna hob a diibasb Is reported to b spread
Inarexunslvslv alooir tb tin or th canal ta
CumbetUftd, aod UU feared th boat wilt be
obliged toUyop.
THRLiAKlnthe water pip on Bridge and
Montgomery street bas not yet been discovered
Th Impression is that the water Is out coming
from tb M-Ucb main
Thb Ritrb Arrived steamer New York,
from Philadelphia, with general march and lie
anl a lot of pip for lb Board of public Works
Hoboonera Uondover anl tnoch Moor, from
New York, with 000 socks of salt, I Thomas
Davis k. Vo , Kills Moor an 1 J C Ireland,
from New York, with 1 2M bale or bay lot J
O Waien.
THE (JO U UTS
4IT1U
Snragyg Ooi at orrns LThitkd Htatrb
Tuttitt, AeMBifrrrlX, 1S72.-NO Hi- Mary M
Kearoeretal, plaintiffs In rrror.vi J no Deno,
less of Tbo. O Sauisbury The argument of
Ibis cause was continued by Mr Daniel Clark
and Mr T 1 Or III nd en, of counsel for the de
fendent lo error, and concluded by Mr T J
Durant forth plaintiffs tn error
No. 237 John T Detmas, plaintiff la error,
vs. Th Mercfaaats' Mutual Iniuranc Com
panyetal ThUcaus wasargueil by Mr T J
Durant, of counsel for lb plaintiff In error, and
by Mr A (1 Kiddle for tbe dsfen lent lu error
No xxi James Ilees, i latotld In error, vs
Wm It Uould The argument or tbls cause
was commenced by Mr Geo II Christy, of
counsel for ihe i lain lltl In error
Adjourned until la-morrow at 11 o clock
Cikicit Court Lkitf Juttict Carfrr Tbls
Court wo engaged as follows yesterday
lilagdon vs. Alllls 1 his action began and was
concluded on Monday It was a suit for rent,
wnlcb tbo defendant alleged waa not due by
him, but by a sub-tenant Tb jury had UlUd
to agre when the hour arrived for adjournment,
and tbey were directed to return a sealod verdict
at the opening of court tbls morning
Prlnoevs. Evtning hlar J bis Is tho second
trial of an action for libel Tb cai came up
upon a demurrer to tb second count In the
declaration, which alleged that tb plaintiff
bad, tn ooosequeno of the alleged libelous pub
lication, lost tb trad or many customers.whus
names wer to him unknown
in demurrer was argued Dyj-rancii Miller
and t. liBlaolon, In Its lavor and by (Jcnerul
arrlogLon, la opposition
Ihe court austalned the demurrer
A ljuurned
Pill IOC
I'olick Court urfys anrt Tl Is court dl.
rose! or the lolluwti g iuts joitcnlay James
urrUge In leoeni exposure s JobnUHtlngs
f rfellud llaleral I ir din -derlyeonduti Uu
ii ... .. ,r. us ill i ... to i . f
(dulty forloltediA ollatsrat Itufu 11 Young,
keeplnir hi t Ul of business open on ihe Lord s
J w i mill ivri iwfiiau vuuitbtrai
bring a gun to in street. rderieR r-ne.
man, driving over lb footwalki 04 William
Htaniburg, iam ollencet ff, William McShea,
same dtencei 9,
Airti)Ni;irii;nrr
The NalUaal Theatre
At great xpniand by th employment ol
th best mechanical skill there ar aoenio en ecu
to b witnessed on th stag of th National la
th drama of th "Ked rocket Hook" tbat ar
well worth seeler. Th miniature ocean It
crested billow, tb tossing of th ship "Ml
nerve," and Its tlnal plungcto th depths or th
sea ar very An Indeed, and th applaui or
th audleoe I richly deserved lb drama
will b repeld to-nlgbt
Tho Thentr Lwtle.
The Jawbone with which Samson slw th
1'hllliMoe "pate It Ineffectual Ores' In Lb
way of celebrity when compared with th Jaw of
MlUOranvlll It la a question whether lb
Is a liaman being or BoL Her performance
seem Ilk lb work of some patent mechanical
machine, of such vast power tbat on Is lost la
aslontshment In witnessing thein Sh can
quick a a cat would a tnous If a combination
sboul lb effected between Olive Logan teeth
and Donn Piatt cheek people would be a little
startled, but Oranvllle a would beat even that.
Tbe patrons of tbe Oralqu should not miss th
fin treat afforded by th Sappho troupe Toney
Harvey la taklnar Immensely wall Ills negro
comicalities ar very funny
.1irslllaa) Vnrieir Thciire
It ta mash tossy tbat tb patrons of th M
troDotilan ar entirely sat lifted with th per
former and th programme ther this week
Tbey go themselves and tak thslr rrlendi with
them
Ike Thsaii' I net it.
Th sal of seaU at Mettarott'a yesterday Tor
Thtodor Thomas' concert waa large Those
who wish reserved stats should go eotlr
jEiigriiving and Piinting
COLUMBIAN
Hunk Nolo Company,
90HPltNNNll,rAMA ATFNL'K.
UAHIIIM1TON II ('.
VTe or prepared, wllh erj f sellltr, for
DAHK NOCK. BONDS AMD OOMMrROUL
WUnKOF KVIRTKIKD.au
JOHN O WfLLBTOOD rrealdawl.
(1KO T JOM, Vlee Preald en t aed Treat.
in'llf W WATKRg gaaraltft Jittrotf
BY TUK PBESlDKier Of TUK U PUT ID
bTATRS.
rilOOLAH ATIUN
Iapanaoeof law, L, fjlfeaea S UraaL Pr-Maat
ef tbe United states of Ararlea, io barabr declare
aad raaka kaoara thl Bnblla aalaa af Inahla Plna
Laad will h h"1d al the BBdermenUeaad lad efnoaa
lataecteienr aiiaaaioia, at laapanoOa Berstaarur
Cealfaalad, via
AtlhaLiad (Iffle at St. Oloud, Mlnaaaoto, oar,
meaolag-e ManDAT Jaaaary IS, Irs for the aala
f llta bar Uarta est praaaa f ftTnad of la ttaawq
danaaatiMad towBahln and patta of towaah1ca,ta
North ef baae llae aod watt of fanrlh priaolpal
mertdUat
TewaablM M aad M I rang IV
Towaihlpa 44 aa 41 la range .
Toanablp 41 la raege 2
North of baa lie aad wettaf fifth principal mart
dlaa
Xawnibip I4Li frangaM
ToDrtlnall)andlH of rsng
1 awn-hip li of raa t
Tewaship Imh and lll.ef raege .
Towaihlpa 1A4 ad 1 of raca II
Twaaipa 17, 110, 1W aad 140, ( range n,
lawnaipalU Iw and l',f range St.
AttbalABfltfnneat Oak Lk-, Mlaaaaota, aer
mapolafaa MOtOAY, Jaaoarf M IBT3 for lb aal
f Uiaber land not prevkmair awpoaad of la tha
aartaraeotl ad towndilpiaad pane el lowaahlaa,
via
Narthof buillae aad wet ef fifth principal me
tMlee
rownahlp ir, 104, Iff, an 1 lu, ta reare 31
ToweabliM 8', lw.lv- aad ki,la Stager
TowaiUpi 137, 1 SM aadiei.lBraDcatn.
TownaLlpeitT,l'4,lB.aadiJ,larB e SO.
TowaihlpitW UP, aadlSU.Ima geSn,
All land bald al doable minima prle will b dta
pnaalaf ala.t lane ibaitwa dollar aad flftroaota
parage (ilfpljatdalilaada netdatratalaaawlee
wtl ha d aoa I ef al Bel laaa tbaa oat dollar and
twtn j five eeata per aere, (fit S3
I adJi appropriated rir law lor tbe Dae of schooir,
frnliaa rat liary aad nthar parpoaaa, r raaervad for
railroad parpca, will b eialndad frira Ui eat
TeaoSarioanf tha b-ta lands wlU baaowmanead
eatbadara apvdated, aad will Procardia tha ctdar
1 which lhr are adarUei ao l( tbe wrtdUrtiu!
bate baen t.Aid aadth aalalhie okMad) bat do
fia Ihaavnlratlrtfinf lha IvA aha
ijatatf tucLal attb dlTinlom ire ta the bind of
th local nmaera,aitJ wl I h t open for ihe esamlaatinn
of tboae daalrlag (a patch tat
(liven BBder at haad, at be cltr of TTaahloalon,
tlliVdlCirofUc fbar, A l U'l
V a i n A n T.
frealdant of the I oil ail Utaus.
IlnbePraaldaal
Witxia DnuMMOM
OMTK
if thi
Oonimiaaivtirr if the General Ltad Offlj
KOTIOKTOrtPRUPriOrf Of AIrITd
Kvsrr perMB entitled ta loa rUblef pre-empt lea to
a or of iba laada wlttilB the lowaantpt and arte of
toaeablpa abate eaamsratad le reual at tvaatabUaB
lha a Be m the atilalaetioa of tbe Krglatrra aad He
evtrerauf id proper land ofllara acd make pratal
t tiara tor aaanoa at nraeUeabl after eaaleg thta Bo
ll oa, aad before ibsrtar arpolatad for Ibe aunnnH
meat ef lb i urllc aala ol tbe lands etnbraolng tbe
trael claliuad otnaralaa inch ale m will bn for (a lid
TilLLId LillUMMuNH
Oomnataaloaar of the Uebarl I tdOQc
Qe'llMSt
IN Til R ltlJPRKMMUnTOFTIIKDI8rBIOT
1 Of OOLUMUl A, HOLUIMUAHPKUlALra.il!.
Ootobrb a), 11 J.
lit th aaaa ef Kdwabd Fdwibd. esaeator ef
Joaapri Kdwaid, rtaaaaaad lb tor aloraaald
Baa, wllh the approbatloa of Ui ttupreia Uoort oi
Ibe DUUIatoHJulumblaeforaaUd pimiatadTHUfUU
DAY, tuellil d of Notambar 1-TS, for Ihe Ileal aat
llamaal aud dUulbnUon ol the paraunal aarata al aatd
da aaaail, and nf iba aaaa l 1b band, at far aa Ibe sane
and ahara all tna ararfllara aad tialra
ar netillad le attend, wllb tbalr alatma property
roaebad.er Ihermar etbarwlae try la be eaeleded
tmtrn all ban anl la aaid iIhui . aalataT fmctilad
a covvol UiU order be pub lahed eaee a week for
lb me weeks In ibe KafUBLlCAM pratloaa le tb said
Y.at A WKIMTB-R
tvt,! n H.a-itt.r et Wiila
U'
N1TKD BTATKH PATrTIT OPKIOK
u ninuiniimn, u u vnw,rri"i l-u
Oo Ihenelllliittoi mutant W ilNarra.ei tlrreB
fiald, 4aaaehoaaia rrlnj for the t atetia en nf a
1atn! arautad I bint on tb lata darof Janaerr,
iUt iwl iTbiurd en mi (lib dr of Apni,lk1l, fur
ae improraiLeLl In fool Hold an
1 1 la ordered tbat tae teetliaonr la lha eaie be tloead
en Ibe 1 th darof Uaearaharaesti thai tba time far
filing araamanta and tbe ttianlBer a report be lln
lied letbetlin day of DeoerBbaroeit, and thai aald
patitioB ue oeara on toe s j ua ei tiaunarf east.
ne3-aw
UKIFttD HTATr-8 PATKNT OfKIOF.
WaauiMaTOB.D U,Nof 4, 14T2.
Oo tbe petlUoB at 1 come P ToaTaJi, of . aw
BruBawlak, A Jq pfaflag (or the eataaakia ef a
paiaat granted to btra en tbe llita darol atbtaary,
U 9. for aa lmpreeuiant In JUeaUe lerat
It It erd .red tbat tbe taauuroej la tbe aaaa be eloeed
on tbe Hit daiuf Jaaaaiy aeilt tbat lb Uaiaier
aung argnmau aanatu asaatiBar a report oe ikb
nail, Ublo, fratlag ier toe eiteaaea of a palest
J rented le tin oa the tat day ot retimerj,
I H aad raltuad oa tba JOthdty et March, LW, for
aalmpraroiueatl Mifihlaealer Itolllag Horae-abo
Iron
ll la ordered lhat Ibe tteUmoo la the aaae be
eloeed oa UieSlttdaj of Daeaaibaratal i tbat tbo time
for nilog are am ant a aod the Kaanlaer'a repoil be
limited to lha Uib dtj cf January a ill and lhat
aalo petition be beard OB Ihe UU) day ef Jaauajy
i IKtlK,rrtUotBmlt(oar
u
HITXD BTATEB rATJENT OlTlUk.,
Alna N V.ud John MicLnai. of Nnuk.N J
praying for tbe attention of a pataal granted W thaei
on tbelatday ef Kabroary, lio, aad reUtaed oa the
Iddayof Jaanary, leTl, for on laiproreoitBl la Har
naaatladdlaTreeat
ltiterdaredtbaitbetettlnionylatbecaaabeelased
ee tbe Stat day ol December naitl that tbe Mine
for Olloa ariuinontl and tbe Ksaiatnai arsporl be
Any pereoB nay oppoeet bit ei tension
nert-MSw M D LKUOgrT, Uoraafaeloear,
J Vt aauiMUTuM, D. U , Nererabe 1.1 971.
OBthepelllloaof (.aaaLaall Uu KUtaoMd Poogb
pateat grealtd la him on tbe Ut day ot Yebraary,
pal e, near ior a, praying ior mi tanatoii e
inui. ior an laivraTemeni ld mrreaiera i
ordered that tbe teatliaeey la the eaeebe
closed oa tbeSlatdayof LeeomberBil, thai tbe time
(or nungarannaoia and tbe haamutar'a report be
limited to the lulb day of January neat, and tbat
aald peilltoa be beard oa tbe luib day of January
aaiv
Anrpereea may n poae (bla aitaoaloc
BoO-TuJe U 11 IJMitikTT.UoeiiaUatoaar
MOVKMUKU. U'i.
Kllaabeth PbUlloa 1
va. Ho. , gqully Docket 13.
ICdwIaPbllllpa. )
On molloB of tb plaUtlff, ty Mr HalBbtldgeU
WeJib, ber aollaltor. It la ord.red tbat tta dalaadaDt,
Kbwm Iuiuin eauae bis appeereae le be entered
batata oaer bat are tbo Hnt rule, day camming leriy
laie after thla day, oibarelta tbe caua wUl be pro
eeeded wllh aa la vaee of default
fiylbeUwurt A WYf IK, JutUae, A
Irieoepy Test R. J Usidl, Ulark, Ad
porl.Hn.tw
A .1 (. V 0 II INUUCI)
ir NO I. AITLT TO THE OLD
Franklin 1 itanrHttco Uompanj
WAMI1ISI4TON. U.l
INOOHI'OKATPDllV OONttHKbH IN 1eU
OrriOK In tbe hnlldlng ef tae Nai ouai Uaak
tbe llepnblle,No Tod DaliaetaoribMeaU
No etiarg for PeUelea.
UlliBOTOSI
Itr JamatU Hall, Joaepb II lltdi,
j iion rurai, v. tt wiiii araar,
ur J oreuaaae,
W J MgUuua.d
jibwu aioumira, m n utaiaa,
UearyUrodUy, M (i.Kmer.
llKNBY BAADLKV.Prealdent
OaAaXBS HaADLBT.nearetary ana-aoeei
bUHKlKN'M INMUKANCt. C4M1PANI
OP WABUlhUTUN AND (IVUKGHTOWN
Omaei IteemNe l.ater Uaak of Waablngia
uUtHllfcUlM )Kukaalal
Oaui nlin4karjni , , f T(j
N "a iei iinu-mo lo otv.
ilavXVTOaa
n ft Plttrvll u ige Tfatrrs,
L.J dboeuuUter, otUeorsstowa.
Albert A, VTUaon, T Pd Olark,
Audrew Kotbwell, I Lot li Oroes.Ir..
j beeiaa Pukar, WUl g tleward,
LewU Jehasea, J Uadiern,
.., .. aJAalE8lDAM8.1ieaidaat
ABEL 0. DAY IB, BeweUn. eA)-eoJ
Painting.
0. T. BOWBN.
Uaua, NlgBBe1
(IrjaeBatal I rIrI'
and tHnaler,
lo It MS IjotslalnRin nTfi
I nluUoe ef all ktede of wood and marble ettUf l
en tad la tbe lataat and saeat apprvred atele.
JO BIRO
rauair4bB
ATTgNDID TO
d,ra aba a. eLWAtrttmr
SHANAHf.N & WALTHER,
tlAU let,artaB,Ba.9lsin and Seveatb streets,
Wbeleealeaacl niatiraale el
JAINT8, OILS, GLASS
ULI gJUtUHHflsALCOUOL,
(MJAL-OIL UMPI, OHIMNKYB. Ae
eeasaaaU are 'trt far !
TUB KESITUCO
LIBRARY GIFT CONCERT.
$500,000 in Bank to Pay all Gifts.
a i'iim. imiimG i.v sight.
$100,000 FOK ONLY $10
AT tbe fleeoad Grand Gift Oeaeert, aalhorlaed by
" epeeialafltef Iba LagUlalara.ln old ef ibePab-
llelhraryef Keeracly, aaaeldahiy pmtpoaed from
Beptemher K" to DeLambrr T, aod ebteh pnalilraiy
i4 nultmtlli nrtmi IB Inalatll . Kr . HAT
II It DAY Drcrinbcr , 1N7 J. witbovl furiber
lay e any aeeonnt wLaUtar, tba following Uaab
Oath 441ft.
U aw
4 0ah (iti-,1Jvu0 each
UCeh(tl ta, Iai eeea
lo Oath (iifte, at) each
taaa itir.,,
Caab tllft.....
Oaah Gift ,
Taah Gilt
(taah Gift
(halt Gift....
Uaah I Ht .
Geafe Gift ...
lath Girt .
liu
lOflb
rVOU
It uaaB Ullta,
SlOiahtlitia,
UGaaBthfta,
41 Oath O Ira,
I Caab Gltta,
Ul OaiH I) ft.
liMlahlllia.
Kleacb
lun eaeh
eaab
tail aeh
u eeeh
BV each
7,1 U
SOU
Swi eacb
Ml Uuntiiria
1 Cal, 1 A40 Ullta, all Caab
9U UUII
and aet apart for Ibat parpoet, I the feraiereand
Dravr' Itaoh aawlllbaeen ty tb following cortlfi
aiUaI Ihaflaahlr
rAaHtaa'AVu Daovtaa' lUna
vtaa' n"B I
i ber W, IT J. I
eadawo-titn II
LOnaviiLw, KT,capteiBber
Thla la Ia MrUh that thara la uia ae d
htabererbalramiilieBdallar te the credit of tbe
OtrtGooeertroart, UiNJof wblah It fold by title
bank, aa treaeureroi tae ramie uuraty or tnieoar,
to ray ell Oil (UU to be awarded at tb ernelna
PHIGIC OV flOKfTl.
Whole tl ke a. glut balree tt qnartera glMi II
whole tiukeiaf r a tOui 9b forgM; MtergMJ 111 foe
glMXliBUfor gasuuik'S for AiUOU Nodiaoaanlca
laaa ibaa 4100 wertB ef irtketsat a Una.
1 ha drawlo will poalUaa y and ooaqatmoailf tak
pliee Daeaianar 7 Agealaare peraraototl'f reqalred
Ut olme aalaa and mike reinraa November 34, In order
le etve ample time for then lal arrangamaeta. Gnlera
fur tetrta or spoil attnnafuretreelaiathoal't be ad
dreatedle I Tlltl K IIUA.tll.avi Tf,
Aa art pubtle Ubiarr ef KeetnUy, LonlaTllle, Kf
New lork Orllc 4(01 Uroadway tn enarae of
HetorlltOg itAa. oelS-HAHliaAWeoat.
$64,360
Kentucky Stato Lottery.
LRUALUFD DT Af AOT tl TUR 1JCUISLA
TU11K.
Ik 3fott Liberal Lottery ever Draw. Oaly
7,140 Tickets, bb! a,0M rrtse.
Te be drawa
NOYhlinKK 30. lM'J,
IN OUVINGTON, KKNTUUKY
One Capital frlze of $25,000
1 PrUe ef,.
. tn oofl
JOflfli ItlrlrraefSnO
'A,hul 1 do till
l.ptllll I ail de 4i
illO U0 do U
J tin
J da
JONtl r.Uea.aMieaatlng in .. ..SJtll '400
Tlcketa, J I J llalrae. 80 Q jartera, gt
SrTUur LoDarlae are chartered by tbe Mite, aad
drawa at Ihe llni naiBad, under the roufrviiloa ef
worn Ojwtiititlonara.
fftThe drewlee will be pabllahad In Ibe New
VorktOoluaioaad loulatl fa pep're.
IF VYewnidrawasimlUrachetneihe laat Bator
day of eterymoata da l gUieyaaraUtSand If 3.
:p-rtamtt al cor rlak br Poal ome M m'y Order
Rtgeuredltl r, Draft at Kirreta
I fated for aelrenlar
Adlraxa NrIITII,Hni1IUNHV 4 II.
im1 1 ii TbA Ht UatNJ? U.tTlua-.4o, Kr
300000.
MISSOURI STATB LOTTERY.
Iifgilled bj State Aathorlty and Drawn
lu l'ablic In bt. foals.
Grauil hliiRlc .Number bchtnic.
ao.ooo aumiiiUN.
VlM. L. te . Or... K.ifnbir 30. I87t.
1,880 1'rllM, AmvnntUK t 3(M),000.
AOQ pdiM of.S 100
H prUea of4
SHprlstsof.
Irt prlsea ef
IWjimu
JoU
m
10
lltKiapriseaof..
Ti(ltli,$IO; yriiclctJ, $5; Qurlm, $2.50,
St. Loaia papera. and a etpy ef art leg eeal te
pvrcheera of tlekaio.
IV" He will draw a almllar eoboaie th laai day of
rerv montb dv I tt lb yar 17.
Bf-Hanit.l ki. II) MMlOmOKMONFY
OHItrtt I Kbiai Kit LMTsR. DMA PT Oft
KJf.Plle. H I f t a iluu ar Addroaa,
.ilL:r,, Hll.r.hKCV (.,
ftt. IfOjMle, (lie),
PH I" afttavAtfft ntri la.TbAMti
THE ARTIFUAL STONE
AUK Ml PUSPAKKD TU LAY TUK
H4JII 4 t.i.i m at Hi II It WALK
LN ANV flUAPK.BUKOU 00 LOU,
aad Ola
I AY 1IL1NI.R A HO DO ALL WORK
In wbfob PO RTLA N D OKJI KJf T I reunited
1 boa Wbodtalra
UVNDS0.11L MDF.WALKH. U
8U0ULDLFAVI TIIPIK OltDgRW AT ONUK
U. E. fjilEECY.
ffll HMrM,
UU
I t:MS CIEPIMNK,
Craer new I ail tMlraua and 'arleeath
reet BllTufhAH
Will K UIHillA C(l,HVTI1IIftMn
PHi'PKiKfUiiM UK l"ll)M UIW Hug
BURK Ml-AM AND IIUI WaIKU UKA11NU
AND VKNTILATINU API AltATUB
Nothtag e enacted wiib our home, II haaltb,
eotaforl and bapplaeaa ran Jually oommand anore
Import aal oomlJara leu Ibao Ibe qua! ly and tltal
Ity ef tba al , Ibe element npou waits oLIidy d
pan it a tbe ruaieuoe of tbo utoat near la ae, ear
eUee aud ihlfTrr aba siend Ibe great partef
tbelr liret et Lm oia Hence, tbe artificial beat
wbieb may make ibat air m or bcornaa a subject ot
rare mount tit littai e Ibe foltoelcg are a lew ef
the many 1 mid nca wba'e our Apparatnt I In aae
Ho war (Juiraralt ,Gorejraa Art Gallery, Alatoole
Irnple boprrrnaOjnrt iocni.OoBraioDal Ubrary
andHOiandaal Uni edBtaltal aullul.H allacb bchnol.
Sreedmau a liank. patent unite. J, W ibiapcns
aeillng, Manball llrowa s, Inea. J Durante, Gee
Geo. W ItaJtoch a.Govaruot'a Maoaion.tAnnapoli I
GoBento( UllaUon, and Menntllope Inaaee Ay
tuni, uaiiiDior ciu tor oaenpuTe cuouiar aoa
eeUmatee
TI1SC PARta RAKGR AND PAULOR hVN AND
LIllllTNlNU fcllta rlJttlK IIUlh.UA raAalaari
Ibe I ramlue a at Ibe kferUDtt HUte 1 air, Ihe Pair of
tbe Martian 1 JrtUtoie, aod American laadtate Pair
of New trk 1 Ltf are Ibe beat Kangea and Mre-
piece neaiera in tae unnei nuies. roraaerytae
prlnulpal DeaUta la Waaldngtou, Ueerfatoea aad
Alataedr aanUnt
j. w. Mcknight & co.,
M ANUPAOTUKkKB OP AKD DBALXUS IN
Famllarc, Carrels, Ucddlof? and
Upholster) Goods,
144? I'KNNYLYAniA AYKNUK,
Near Ibe Trrnearr Departtneal,
NUI.K AftfClNTH
a II e Patent Wood Uorpet. made of walnut and
eb,tbe baadaeaiett aad aioet dnrahle aorerlrgf r
the eortcf ofloea, dlaleg rooms, halls, j arlore, 1 1I
lltr rooms, btoat, aud It Islnevery retpeclcl eajer
Ibau any floor coterie; a ted Ae a weleatiotlng II has
boobI In beaut, cbeapaeaa aad darabillt
J. W.Jlt.Ui-MeJJI'1 V14fm
1 147 PeNMief Ivanlii nveaite
IN TUK bjUPUKMKDGURTGP TIIK DlbTIllUT
1 UPCOIUMBIA
liArrlaoBB.Bewto, gaardUa J
va No. If, Yq dee. II
UbaileaM Uwlr.el al )
J tinea e fdwarda ilia trnaue le tbls eeata, bav
lag report ad tbat be bat ail J part ef lot 1), la atjuire
Ui, batieg a front of 13 feet, I Inebea oa berth U
aueet, by luO feel aeei, witb Iba ImpreteaieaU tber
oa to Joeeijb K. hoouarata, to Mali alao. pari of
lot II la square HIT, having a front ef It feel, 10 Inobar,
by k-4 feet S Inebea ttae, valtb the linproteoicuta
tbeteoa.io Jawea etrapp, for $1 TW
Dla by ibeUuurl, tbia aeeoaddeyef Neealar, A
D llIaVordeTed aad aeereed tbat tald eiUt trill be
raunadaod confirmed on haTUKDAY, tbe nh day
ol horamberaesl, aalaae eaaae So tbe contrary be
ehatra en or before thai day Yat(Ji, A copy of tb I
older be i abllabad ia Ijui. dally Bewtpaper, printed
and publiabedla Vtaeblagtea eiig, U tl , onoe a week
for tnree saooaeelre weeks be lore aala Juia day of
Norarabar . ..,, ,
byibeUoart . A WYLIP
Atroecopy Tstt U J MRIOS, Clerk
dots MJw
J. aaritiartbaraoblaluejtroiuiuenupreuiei uurtot
tbaDlttrlatef UoiouibU, bolding a Hpe.Ul lertn lei
(era leatemeaUtr oa tae t-ei -iei eitate ef IU
Moa jiub.S, late el Woablugtoii cuy, t( i at
eeaaed All paraons baring elaliuaagalual Ibe aald dl
eeeeedAreaerebii warned to eiblOll tbe same ellblU
tuuubara Lliaraal.Ln iln iilianillra. nn or Lafnra tu
Mb darof Nottnber nett.lbsy war etberwlt bylsW
i. GliaHuBder ens baud thla Dtaday if Moanibtr
DOvlt MJw J AH. 0 fcDrVAHD.
I prise ef JiV tit)
I prta ef 7wU
4 prlie of . A Ittlll
4 prlsea of 9W
'Jit prtira ef , 1,001
4t prure or liii
40tnaaaf Hi
Insurance.
A. 8. PRATT & SON,
Oillco cor. Ninth & lists
Y.M.O. A. Building,
Agents for the following Fire Intur-
anco Companies!
HOME,
Of Wotto- Tovlc,
CashCiplliI, - - $1,109,0110
Assets, July 1, 1872, 4,303,584
Boston Losses will not
Exceed
$1,000,000.
Insuranco Company of North
Amorica.
PHILADELPHIA.
Ora.nli.JA. I 1)01.
T Ii 01 lent Slick Inmrarjce ConiinDj
In Amrrlca.
CashAssets,Jan. 1,72, $3,212,175
Losses Paid since or
ganization, - - 26,000,000
Less than Half lis Surplus funds
will r.ir lis notion Lews.
1H3EIVIX,
Or 3BCo.xtfox-d,
Cash Capital, - - $600,000
Cash Assets, Jan. 1,72, $1,1)08,831
BOSTON LOSS ABOUT
$500,000.
MIENIX.
01 Brooklyn. N. Y.,
Cash Capital, $1,000,000
CnstiAssotfl, - S, 0 .'13, 191
B08TON I.0S8- ABOUT
$450,000.
FIREME1VS,
OfNow STox-lx..
Orff.Bl.1 A V. 183.
Cash Capital, - $201,000
Cash Assets, 350 000
Wo Believe the FIREMEN'Shas sus
tained little if any Loss In Boston.
From Ilia (bore nUleuienU anl tele.
cramn pnbllilied la Motlitr eelarnn ef
thh paper, iur I'atroiu unil the Fib
He will readily percelielhat Hie Com
panle ire represent are entirely able
to pajthe losiemusUlned bj Ihe dla
attrous I'Ire In Boston and still hare
their Capital and a larre Hurplnn
remaining, amply nnfllclent to Seeure
allnho Hold their rollcloi.
Insure Vour Properly wklle rot
bare It with
A. S. PltATT & SON,
Corner Ninth and II Streets.
DcntiHtB.
i in.ii a nunna i.uam iei,lV4j w aiitKr.T
If between Iwelfth aed Tblrteenui etreeta,evef
Mra Gaabia a fanar atere Pull imatM leeaaaat af
tlb,glf) partial upper or lower aal ef teeth. Mle
33X-.A&. &. 332rOT7U,33..
DI.I1TINT,
lf-ll Dnpes ar Lewes Bel Teeth
Partial ' " " "
..... II
.... la II
isei
Wood and Coal.
J K 31 O VA Ia .
V II. MAHLUW.
WOOD AND GOAL DEALER,
I eraer t Eighth aad il afreets M. VT.
I would reapectfully Inform my frltedt and patron a,
end the pubUeKenarally.ibatl bate HVUGVIlD te
!f ' ' Eighth end U atreeu eoulbweel, eopo.
alU bmltbaoolaa Park, where I can iie found wttha
"51 t "", 'elacled slock of WOOD ANUOOAL.
wbljh I am Bailing at thelowett market prieea
Iboablog my filtade for peat taters, jwouM be
pleaaed to aee them at my paw aUndt oaef all Ueee
detirouser purebuing tbelf wlater fuel a-, would
do eHby tirttcalilog w '
0. L 8IIE1U1T,
iTnOLPH.LE ARD BITilL DEiLtB IN
WOOD AND COAL
Ot'tM-HY DESOniPTIUW
Office JiNPeBasjIraela areaue, bete tea Third
aad lour eud-e-halj sueelt Depot gad atlll. Blstb.
aireet wbaif, 1 eiemae rtvar
stir price aad honorable deoJlog. eoaVlm
y ii iiAniiouK,
Wfaolewle sad Hetoil Dealar U
COAL AND WOOD,
HUT UUAUTIKa AMD all hud.
GOAL f.I ul.br ari. .r to. Alw,., bu4,
U.U, Bra A 0. ', Urlil.kl Lfhl.'. V.ll.r, 1 til,,,
IA1UU, ((jj A iurt Kmul.
IVKIKCUXQ WOOD,
Dry Goodn.
ALL THE NEW SHADES
or
COLOR.
MBRfwus,
DHAP PR KT.
ruruna.
Tllli
VKI
Xkllt
rui.t. UToiic op MUHNiii uoobs.
runa,
OLOAKS,
(II1WU,
BMII.lKIIANUUTIIKII'il'ATKIirBOOra
uousKKKirimi ooods
I.AL'UrUHTIIH
JOHN T. MITCH ELL,
0J1 rcnnHjlvanlnnvenuo.
AmiiHcuientiiy Lecture, otc.
WAMIIM1TGN TIlBATnB OJIIUUH.
PitlDAT RVKItlKG.KovsMBPB 1 ff 1ST1.
nnSiFIT OP TUK PuOK ftl PEKEH
BT TBB
LATK bUtlUIV riRK
POWIRIUL AT.UA0TI if I
eel) MUf-tHTMt PBOOnAUUKt
NKW NATION A I TIIKATHK.
Mr J U HAV1LLR ... leeec aad Uaeagee,
MONDAY EVRRIHO, Itovinbcr 11.1871,
Aad ailtaar aeUee, Ibe Dlatlegnlabtd Tisge.
dlaa,
MR. JOS K Pit rtlOCTOB,
Wh-, aetlaled hf
MAT RAVILLR
TUB HVIr POI KST HOOK
Haorlee Joseph Trcatee.
ACT L
TUX RID POCKICT BOOK
Actn
TIIK On. AT SHIP ROKHF,
A weiderfaly realUUe and enecbaalaal effroltlhe
eellreetMeeiltlag eeeeni a meet ersblpla ataee,
tl"klB in taeen.
1U"4 sed pitented by O llloektty, ef Baa
Praaetaeo 1
ACT nt
TIIK 8JIOT-TI1K CARAVAN
ACTtV
THR 8EPARATIOK-TMK PAREWULL-TIIK
RKD lfJUKKrBfJGK
lo preparatlea-'TICK DP THK WOOD
OoTBlig-TUK LI10ARD8 Belt
WA
OUR HK1T EM 0 (ITS UK OUGHT INTO PLAY
UIIALLKROK VAR1KTY OOafriNT OP THR
WORID
A Yett aad Ueprceedeattd CetnblaaUea ef Kaeet-
leaetea.
A maiBtneta aederUlilag, but apralode teaevatla
eons beat ef all actlre ar vrl l a.
TIIF. GRKAT KaPI llflTROt Pr
Aedaa AvalAttebetf VTotidrlol Saaaaliera.
tapeedetia Dill ef Uevsr ed Allraeltece aad
bu
M 1.1 K DKGHANVILI K,
Tbe Woman with tbe Jew of Iree.
A DP-rTAt PilKIOMKfOf
Ir'AlRY, TUK laiTANr VKSU4.
TORY 1IARVRT, tbe IvperaonaUoB ( I Nrg otarn
llAWLKYHKOTHRnl,Haeg and Dance DrnBtoa
A RKW AND KX0KL81OR UGUPAKT
fl distributing bllle for a wmplete list of eur
GRAND ROLL UP fALPNT Bell
WsCTHorOMTAN TAHICTYTUE1TUC
VVK 6PLFOTTHR DR8T OF BTAR8
PUbUUob L
I HARLKY HOWARD.
la hie happy 'ftrtTtaof Itag-oolna aagre, PVfR'
k KNING DUflNt THH kKK, it gather wllb
PVfRY
ma n. n nniann,
ThtVTll.la bla ll tit Nrgnt UnrHra,
OnllnnaH ecgigrTBeetef ibal trio.1 IIP It A Rill
RUN MVTFHp, llm nlgbta rf ibe t-rrnaJe paae
HallUlBh. letbaraetar, tbe llaalbea (litre Tbe
Varlalf Ptllr,At ,Ae (AaMraGaidaar J oe ph Per
lr and Ihe Uotntdt Uotnt any in new (iee al (,
anlt;
GRAND BT ARC OUR BE
OP
XaIDOTTJXII3
LINCOLN HALL
EDMUND YAThB -Nor ember Mfl,
Snbjeel "Modara Sootaly "
DANIEL DOUOURnrr Deeaiaber.1,
Bubleot "Oratera ad Oratory
R, J. DB UOHDOVADeiaber 1?,
Subject "Ouf Ne Clergymen,"
UENdFLSSOIlNgUINTPTrKLLUU.cf D ttea,
Deeeaibtr 43,
UHRlSTUAIt OONOICRT
BRIT IIARTK-JaauAry?.
Subject "Arconaute '.t MH
MIM LILLIAN KDQAHTJN -Jtnnaiy 13
fl object "Female Ooeiume, Its Po lUtatid Lbeugee
WRNDKLL PHILLIPS (abenl) February ,
Sabeet ' Daniel (I Doe a It "
UEORUKWU OUUTlSS-February J-.
Buhjeut le be aaoounetd
OOURSR TICKUTI, with Heeetted Beets, .
Per sale si J CT. PAIIKKlt'H
aevt-lai flJT fltrantb ttrtet.
T a"4I,N IIAI I..
THEO. THOMAS'
U.KQUALi:i) C0MERT8.
sixTVniHTiNurirtiiiciirKUriiuMitim
Uaoager J.GOSOUK
PRIDAY KVKMDfQ'No-emfcer 13
FIRST GRAND GOIOtnT
MONDAY EVKNINO, Nevtmfeer IN
BEOOXD AND LAST UONOERT
Tbe feltewlacee'ebreted SeletaU will appear
UR.OEOBUE U OIUOOD,
the yetcg Amtrloaa Tenor i hie Brt tpptareaee
MR. HERIfllARD L1HTFUANN,
Iheeelabraled VlollaUl. Tesetbe with the
UNRIVALED OROtUCSrRi
PRIDE OP ADU1BS10N, OND DOLLAR
Beterved SeaU AOteeleeslra
The sale rf Reeervad Bree end Tlckaleel I eera
raaeeaenTDl'ltuAYMOttlfliKl, No ten bar I J, at
UKTZKHOITB MUMG BTOHK, where tbe pie
gramote ef ell tbe eoeeerts ea be cbtelntd
Door opea al T 1 1 3 lo cone m tooe at 8 o'ulot k
WITtlR'S STRING BAKD-PMOF lOUIH
WaUKR, taalattd by Hrtllate muslclaat.lt
aewreedy te taiBbhe I Ibelatatlaad rare popular
Mat! a for GenBaea, Isrlka, Halle, Hioeptloet Ar
lllapatroaao a rely bob rtcaio perfetl tait.fi
tleu Urd-rs aaa be left at W G Metieroll A Ue s.
Kill, aed at my rertaaea, 7J1 heraelb atieet
eoatheaat, betueea Q aod I tlrteta, ftaiy Yard
POIl MOUNT VBmNIIN.
Tbe steamer ARROW, Captain Freak Gelllnga.
Beedj hetBg been robelU and entirely rsBUrd ty ber
preeeal lattn, will I eat a har wbarf
, P0UT0VHKNTH HTKEKT.
DAILY, (Beodaye Naeaul.! AT 1(1 O CLOCK.
(Tte Tomb af Weebkgtoo,) ant Intarraadlale
nAUIXIW'rV OAI.I.KUY OP PINK AKTN
Itesaaved freai Ma. 1H30 1 he, USA I et a.
eylvaalaaveeite
Oa free esbJMUoa aad lev safe a Urge aellaatlea e
OapalaUaa,hJia:iaTlDaa,Ubrntii)t I raasaa ( anBLg
BtetnaiTtrareUblnai alaelaahoine Utk cl lereelel
aad Pbetogrtpb Frames
i run 4 ui tut
Ladies' GordH
801 FAN07 GOODS. 801
NEW GOODS
or EVERY UESCIllniON,
IN lti:A'I' VUIII.TI,
JUST BI0I1VKU AT
DAVIS',
eel Mil Market Hpage coma ef Eighth atreet
Furnishing and Fancy
GOODS,
Lacea, Handkerchief and lllbboni,
Ornpe WIIk, Trimmings, Ac, Ulack.
encd, hllffeiicdnud Itttrliupedlo equal
New.
. II. rKAIIKIIN,
Clor I .nn. ...pp. and Tw.Btl.ita .1.
a.1.i
J-J FALL !,&.
STOCK,
I'AIM IlIIAUinUN, Ac,
MHV IIPI tt AT
MAKKEITER'S,
1 MllllAl Ml
Plala Tints KUh GlK hud r a . a i II I oars
also, BaUu sen tbtaptr g o talitllcb
also, Pletare Prime, Piciere laid ud st u.l k
tare Nails, 1 slating., Pogiarlagt, ic
TERMS OAtm
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