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Xnrwetit Circulation or Any
Moriiltifr l"niior In tlt X!
f riot of C'olumuln
PUBLISHED KVE1.Y MUUN1NO
(Snadeyi eteepted)
11V W. J. HUHTAUU,
Northeast corner of Tenth and I) atreeU,
TronUftf PeunsyWanla Bvenue,)
end la furulshad to subscribers (by farriers, alio
cents pr month.
Ifall aubecrlbers, (iw per year; tin fur lit
Mth,nd tin for three months. Invariably- ra
sItboos,
ItlTCSOr ADVERTISINQi
Twentr-nte NDti per tin. Adrertleen.et.la tinder
the head of "For Haleor Ilent," "Wanted." "Loet end
Kmind ," and "lTreoueL" twelve and ft half ceota per
line.
THE wrr.Kt.T Ilrl'UlJLtCAX
I I'lihllxlmt every Saturday mornliur, and la fur.
nlslied lo au.-xritiers el Itia following rales- Ous
yot.e )wr, )J: Ihraa eilee one year, jS; Ua
iH"s fear, fit; alng-le ouplee. In wrappers.
If" All rrrmninidcatlon, whether on bueloeea or
fr iiMkwt.on. ahmild 1M edilr-a-wd to Wat, J, M CB
Tiit. Proprietor NriOKL llKftraLlOaFt, Yteahinf
toto, D. V.
sis. W. l TllEU, wo r told by
nturnluif coluiKrarv, will Id all probability
lw apolntcd tuaralisl of tho Supreme Courl
til tha United Bute-, lucre ara tome Inter
eellng facte cuuuected with Mr.'Tlsdal' put
life and character In puMiwiIoa of tho Second
Auditor'! ofllco wtilib tho judges would do
well to maVe UicuhkUo acquainted with be-
luro tppuiullnjf, him.
AM OS Q TUl MEMBERS OF CUXORES who
bare arrlrcd La town during the last few dayi
U the Hon. R. II. Dnell, of New Tork. Mr.
Duell liae been re-elected to the Forty-third
Congreae from the Twenty-fourth Coojre-
lonai uuuici, turn was at one time con-
aldfrcd the headquarter of LlberalUm Id the
l.inplre State. Fifty thou land dollart were
expended by the Liberal Republican and
iH-mucraU to defeat hlui, but he succeeded In
gcliluj; twenty-Ore hundred majority, the
i (Tort of Mr. Dennis McCarthy and the ealt
nurk to tho contrary notwithstanding. Mr,
OurUwM a member ( lha Thlrty-tlxth and
Thlrty-c renth Coogrcnncs.
Till VIcL&bortf OtL"-) Timet iayt that the
amlalctolraclflin which obtain In that State
hludcr Immigration, and that tho same U
trne of nearly the entire South. It declare
"that Southern ladlee who bare married
Northern gentlemen, especially If their bus
band! are HcrnibUcani, are trcatod but little
Utter than Northern ladlee," and that "eoti.e
of the youof ladle of Vk.Alurg have re-
auh ed not to speak to or recoimizo the yonnu
I'cnttcmen who voted for OrauU" What hope
i an tie cntcrtalucd of a country and a people
n hero elicit tl.hijf are not only iosalblo but
are the rule aud the prnrllco of cvery-ly
life' JtUdlihcariculnitlothtnkof It In the
lulled State and In the tUuotocntb century.
Tub Hon. K, C. Benedict contribute to
till week1 Jndeptn&nt an article on the tub-
Hit of aunexatlon and San Domingo, in
w hU-b, after rev leu ln tho law and fact In
the cae, ho takes tuu cround that tho "ad
mlfflou of new outside communllc a a part
ii the iniuu ociouir not to tho Lxcculue,
nor to the Senate alouo a a part of tho treaty
making ower, but to the Congretu, a the
only po cr competent to exprc the natloual
will. IIcucc the so-called treaty, which was
negotiated for the acquisition of San Domingo,
might properly have been sent not to the
equate for ratification but to Congress for
Rdoptlou. It may still bo considered by both
llo uc In open cslou, and adopted by a
majority by ojulut revolution; which Itsoctna
t-j me should l dono oa early a practicable,
Unit, on tho receipt of corrcfipomllu; ucllou
(y the Dominican authoiitle, Conirrc may
lime time during llio coming session to pas
ut b UMsaituo new situation may demaud.
This U not a new tlcw of tho iuctlon. When
the subject wu uudcr connldcratlon two or
tbrou year ao it was prcwod by a Uixe uum-
v of Cougrcvmcu, and waa uudoubtcdly
kyal and cuuptltutlonally correct.
Tub Triljun?, with a lew to tho eternal
fltucs of thing, buries among Us adrcrtlsc-
uicnt an addrc sliniod by that redoutable
patriot, the Hon. John Cochrane, to the Libe
ral Republican of cw York. General John
nays that he ha "emerged" (no simpler word
would suit him) from an exciting political
campaign, aud that although he ha been
licuteti bis principles till lire, aud, what Is
mure, thitt ho bvlloc lu thcuu The Idea of
C uchraue talking ubout principle Is certainly
hi it, ami enough, as the old proterb says, "tc
nuke tho rats laugh." Although tho prlncl
I 'lit Liberal organ dot- uot payltctcu tha
mull honor of an editorial allusion, uu nhall
itiole one paragraph from it a a curlonlty lu
our puIUlcal literature :
"Ulieral ltenuhlkaus. rou left otir irtt
lhfiuartlelrareaiu ut-uitd ami aharpl U
nnvtl. Defeat baa not luipalrcl you. uu cove.
uauted at Unctnnatl, not a temporary atrugitle,
but perpetual war wiitt vorrupUon unreuuu
nog enon w mscnue upon mo uuw ol tlie law
rtH.uiulmctlotl. nurtllcaUoii. and unlTerul uu.
titsty. ratling In your nrst essay, auty retiuirM
iwrsistent steps."
If we wcro to take up General John roe
UpUor we should bo Inclined to say that the
marble splinters that left tho Republican
marry are lu mero scouring that have been
Mashed away by the rains, mixed with tile
rubbish and Tulgar clay, tearing tho original
rock clear and pure In all It snowy white-
ucs. uut, seriously, is It uot time that w
bad tho cud of all this stuff about Liberalism ?
I.IINEIMl roilTElt'N llCHIlJNATION,
(icncral I'ortcr ban, it soom, been offered
ilio lcu presidency of the 1'ullman Palace
Car Company, and hold the matter uudcr
ndlcmcut. Hi own Inclinations prompt
blui to accept tho position, but the Prvsldcut
desires to retain htm lu tho post of honor and
confidence m hkh, for uoarly four ) ears, he
h js filled n 1th so much honor and credit to
himself and so muih advantage to the coun
try He 1 cmluently qualified to discbarge
the duties of tbo management of this large
and important corporation. Jli great tx
t'ulhe ability and experience In the army
combine to render hu selection an exceed'
ltigly Judicious one. During the war ha first
attracted the attention of (Jeneral Grant by
lils superb work lu tho reorganization of the
ordinance branch of the armies of the I'otomac
and tho Cumberland, which, until ho was
placed lu charge, had loeu without order or
rybtcm.
fcluic General I'ortcr was so slgually hon
ored by the I ruldent there has been acanely
a man lu the country who has been so Hilled
undabufeid. During the last six months par
ticularly, tho Liberal and Democratic organs
haw injured out upon him copious column of
ubutx He ho been accused of complicity In
ull manner of deep and dark deslgnsi of shar
ing In the profits of the general order busluces,
fjn Dumlnco, the New York custom-houttc.
and Mcacu knows what. Honorable Scua-
torsand ltcpresvntatltv knw not hcsltutcd
to attack him on tho floor of Congress, and
t summon him before Investigating commit
tees. And hero 1 the end of It all. Gcueral
I'ortcr voluntarily retire from the public ser
Ice to sou mo Irtually tho cnllro control of a
iiublncss that amounts to over twelve millions
of dollars a year, to accept a position w bleb is
fine of tbo tnott Important occupied by a
young matt lu this country. We scarcely
wonder that ho Is anxious to retire from the
M-nlco of tbo Government. Ho ha given
some of tbo best ) ears of his life to bis coun
try, audoblalned from Itlu return Hutu more
ttiuu small puy and coustant nbuMj and mis
i cprvseutallon. Ill case, it U true, dUIvrs iu
uoe&seutialivsicet front that of a thousaud
other, but bl retirement may ecne to jolut
a moral.
TUB liKATII OK 1IOHACE (IIIFJILKY.
U It ouly a niontli ago tnl morulng since
Hlrlottd lu uur new column a brief db-1
KttUti from New York announclug tbo death ,
ul Mr. Jluractj Greeley. Tula morulng, In
tl.o same columns. It l our sad duty to UU
ur readers that Mr. umwj Idmsclf dlod last
evculut; at Oily minute aitor six o'clock,
TU ue, althouija It lia for tUalaslftiw
day Lea lu some measure anticipated, will
etruo every American vv uu ui most proiuuna
sorrow, fur bowever tlicy may have, differed
from hlui oa many i-oluti, tbera wu that
about the great editor wukb cudearsd him to
Ids conntrymen. For nearly foity year U
tMvnrdut a foremost Maco In potltUai a
.lac won byhUowngenib,audby hi own If
IsdomltabltsTeU. WshATsIwatdtotalkand I
??
write about him a ourphyosophef 'and I
friend, for be commended bimself to our
tdreclion by his botacly wit, 1iU sincerity
and hi purity of character and purpoao. In
all that he did, and all that he said and wrote,
Mr. Ureeley stamped upon It the stamp of an
honest man. Tha most rental and appre
ciated of all tmr oete sung of him Id charm
log number a oar " later Franklin, and
the present and the future will place him In
tha niche to which the Quaker ioet long ago
igucd him. But the great printer-editor
wa ao more than hi tllustrlon predecessor
all ierfecti but, tike htm, too, hi error
nearly always leaned to virtue ld. The
Republican party will nrer cease to think
that In tho cajiYaMwmcu closed only a month
ago bo made a great a id graro blunder. Bat
a ha stood by the new-mode grave of tbo
wife that he married some thirty year ago,
the great party uultodly and unanimously
forgave hlmt aud now that be U himself dead,
and that the froth green earth I to ha torn
up azaln by her side. It will remember of htm
only tho good that ho did and the greatness
that be won.
In whatever light we look at Mr. Greeley
be was an nuuor to hi country. His groat,
generous heart bubbled over with lure for
huniaulty. Ills ear w never cloacd against
an appeal lor luanty. lie wa generous,
humaue ami klud. HI wa tho geueroslty that
navcr drew tb distinction between man and
man. It knew do party, uo race, no religion.
What he had to give, and It wa almost all
that he had, was the common property of all
who were needy and to distress. Toourcold and
harsh generation It sometime seemed mero
folly and recklessness, but It was Horace Oreo
ley. To give was an Instinct which ho could uot
resist. To do good unto other was with him
a rule that was part of hi personality, some
thing which came to htm not sa teaching of
Christianity, although there watno more sin
ew Christian than he. It was a portion of
hi nature, an Impulse that he could not If he
would withstand. In tha Indiscriminate dU
trlbotloaof hlsfaTorheomctImecommltted
blonder and mistakes, and, perhaps, wrought
mischief wbero he Intended that only good
should come, but tho falling, If falling It
be, It becomes Dot poor human nature to
pass Judgment upon.
As In our opinion Mr. Greeley's election to the
office for which less than a mouth aohe was
a candidate, would bo a national calamity, so
1 hU death to-day a natloual loss. He
bad just returned to hi early love, the
proiewion of Journalism, to the editorial
control of tho great paper In whose
columns he shono tho first of American
editor. The great blunder of hi life
wa In leaving It, In fotlowlng tho dazzling
star of tho Trcsldcncy. HI countrymen
loved him a an editor, whoso thought they
wished to read every morning, whoso vigor
on, sinewy English, now soft and gentle a a
mother' love, now fierce and strong a the
lightning, left IU ImprcM atxm the thouzht
and Intellect of his countrymen a day after
aay u wa sent lorin to instruct, to reprove,
to couuscl or to warn. But a President thcr
dld not w aut aud would uot hav o him, and tho
sorest thought this morning w 111 be
that It should have broken the heart
of tho old mail they lo rod bo welt.
In the death of Mr. Greeley w c loe the tost
of tho great editor who have controlled the
American pros and lod American dally
thought during tho last thirty years. A few
years ago Mr. t'rcntt passed away. A few
mouth ago Mr. Bennett died. Sometimo
before we lost Mr. Raymond. Onlr two re.
main, Win. Culten Bryant, tho venerable and
accomplished editor of the Evening roit, and
Mr. Ulalr coming down to us from Jackson.
Mr. Bennett, Mr. Raymond and Mr. Prentiss
were truly great men, but It I no disparage-
uicm oi any oi mem to say tnat Mr. ureeley l
nis suitcnor. lie wa carncst,which uelthcr Mr.
Rajiuondnor Mr. Bennett was. Itewasamon
of atrong conilctluus -convictions diametri
cally oppfMite to tliosu of Mr. Prentiss;
.Iclluil. Ili.l lulhoilul. oC ..i.rn.JUIn.h...
I COU'
,... . , --, -....,.
otscu aucccssiui uocanso tne desert! tit im
beeu successful bocauso they deserted to bo
succcrtaful. Itaymond died tteforo lie had '
fullr dfTcloitod. and. to uur errlnj- him. ( I
fore 1.1. llmoi M oa II.. rrmto. o( .11 oC Ihcn.
mv li mumrjiHCTI will IVUUy BirOlT ODiy
flowers. Tbey all did their work as It came
to them to do, and as best they kuew, and
however they may have erred, there will be
for their fault only charity and forglrcneu.
The death of Mr. Bennett and Mr. Greeley,
the founder of tho Retail and of tho
Tribune, murks a new era In the history
of American Journalism; ha left vacant
chair which can never ho filled, which
perhaps It Is not desirable to fill lu the dawu-
...s . uu u7 m w uuiwru us. Dm we
cannot part from them, and especially from
Mr. Orcclcy, without a feeling of the deepe
auu lniwl genuine rejjrcL In lili tumt we
bury an era In our hUtory and particularly In
mo Hiaiitry ui juuniuusui. in every Mtrtion
of our (Treat country, lu every civilized land,
the Uccvasuiif Horace Orcclcy will l mourned,
lor uotvMthslauillug all his fsllurua, his follies
aim cccemriemcr., no wa a man of whom
.merlca may Ik. and was Jmtly proud.
PIIUHO.NAL.
Iluo. 8. S. Coi U at the Arlington.
Benator Morton Is at tbo Ebbitt house.
lion. Cbas. A. EldrtJge U la tha city.
The fund for tha family of the 1st General
Meads now aiootiau to HHduu,
William Jf . Carleton, author of "Betsey and
lhvui, m)itiuk rruuis inruugn umo.
benator Sumner arrived In tha city Tester,
day, and la at his residence oa Vermont srenue.
Hon. Bamuel Hooper hat arrived In lb city,
and U it Ui rasklePe on U street, near Fit.
teenta.
TbresToongEngtUb rirl, tb MIssesMur
ray, recently aivuiupllabed tbs ascent of Mont
lllanc.
Benator Patterson has been lecturing at
Dirtmouth CutK-gt, ou tb relation of capital to
education.
Mr. Joseph Thornton, a Virginia gentleman,
has vatAbiiahed hi claim Ui t-V,wo,uij worth of
property in England.
Carpenter pletur of Lincoln signing tbe
einsnclutitlon nrucLLma.liiin will aiwin Im flnnh.!
aud brought W this city.
uaariotta custiraan win appear as Lady
Macbeth at the Olympic theatre, Bt, LuuliL ou
Moiiday night.
-- We are sorry to learn that the accomplished
and amiable daughter of Dr. Oarnett U la falling
health. Fears are entertained of her recovery.
Governor Amy Is serlouBlyUl atBantaFe.
HlS lllneaa was UUmkI l nvnrwnrk an. I n,.r.
eiertlon during bl recent visit to the Pueblo
- lrlnca DUmarck la a member of one hnmlrml
and forty-one tlenuan societies In nearly all pert
of the world. AuujUg tbem are fortr-sli AtuerU
tan societies.
It Is nnderatooil that Mr. Ktanlev. haalnv
Sractlced on the ouiuparatlvcly beaten track of
Irlca, la shortly to undertsk an exploration of
Buchanan count y, Va- to Bee If he cin find the
election return.. V. World.
Mrs. O'Neill, the wife of the murdered dcv.
tecllve, wa ao aujilous to Identify King before
tile coroner's turv. lhat aha anlcl In ihn nun.
oiiuaraincr auu ui ine sou auu oi tue lloiy
UUUBC, Ullk w iutj uiaii.
Mr. ftuskln recently wrote a follows;
was obliged to write too young, when 1 knew only
u.i irmin, eiiu wh tenor m aei uicm lorm uy
what 1 thought fine words. People nsed to call
Commoilore Kodgers, chief of the bureau of
yanls aud docks, who has been conHael to bl
room by quite a evera attack of alckueas, bw
entirely recovered. It will b a matter of graU-
ucaiiouio niainenaiiofcnow inuracL lis lean
accomplished gentleman and a faithful ofllcer,
The shooting of O'Neill by King, and the
Indignation and excitement created thereby, bas
made tbe prlaou life of Utokes ezceaalvely
gloomy. He fears that his new trial Is coming up
al an Inopportune moment, and that his case
win Ie treated with les leniency on account of
ibis late murder.
Mark Twain writes thus of the Han. Tho a.
Fitch, M, C. from Nevada: "I know blia well as
lawyer, newspaper editor, silver miner, and Con
sreaamau. 1 know blm to lie an orator bv birth.
education, and Inatluct. U 1 a fascinating
sneaker. And uo matter what subject he
chooses, whether worn or fresh, old or new, be
will make his aullnee think they never listen ed
lu am t hlnir ao ilnllirlitriil liefurti
The noted criminal Henry v. Newman, bet
mown as "Dutch Ilenrtcbs.Ms aaJJ to be
ter known as "Dulcb IIe0Jlcbs.,ls said I
mail. The N. V. rijHM aarat Tne orlaonei
mail, Tbe N. Y. Hmm aayat Thw prisoner was
brought down to the ToAimba four davs ago and
iuiivu up inccunu, ei, wiui eo vwiUreeuweig,
who U accused of inurdertns; Alloe Ilowlsby,
Newman, In hi craiy momenta. Imagines Kosen-
1 iwelg u a spy put to watch him, aud pounds bis
fellow-prUiourr
incrcuuuy, vunm a
rocoralaa inv one. eren
counseL andspnesr to be, lo fact ainaalac,'
apeus no
- Oenersl Pleasant I'orter, of theCreek- Na-
mg to Miss Msry Ellen Uoot. of the Cherokee
Nation. TheUULoula Dtawwraf saysi 4Hieneral
I'ortcr Is the general uf a militia company la the
reJuect of his Deoole. 11 was s
tittttor Wuhinirtou. and was met here bv his
present bride, aud the twain will Immediately
eroceed to the capital, where General I'orter has
ueluess of uuiortauce ith tbe Government,
1 ) AHI.nW'H tJAI.I.KRY OF FINK AHTS,
IUwoved from No. UN to No. U3n TennsyTania are.
Ofrre tfihiUUon and for Mis a large collection
of (til 1'aiulinas, AiiHTaviuNa, ChroiuuM, llronwe.
f'arvliur. hUluary, rare Cblua; also, a cbolosktoak
THE DAILYNATIONAL REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING,
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NO. 14 GHAUT PLACK-yuiWIttlKD FHONT
and HACK PAJILOHK, wlUt ald bndfoiwa, or
uita or riMwna, on aamcid floor; sw aad oold waiar:
I.'VOK KENT rUKKiallKD, TU A l'lUVATK
X.1 fatnUr.Uutdaslrabla Awbl HOUSK, with aU
OvOtaniMOM, bck bvUdlBr, . bapt. M4, At.
pit on U yramlaaa, sooLhaait aoraar ' sad ryirth
I.NJK 8ALt-DWELU.N0 UOCIR AMD LOT,
7 naar mw CaptU lark, w. B straa Trwta.
win, nil owr w niMr t kitu mu
RmarkaUjr wall bollt iblsk. walla, wt
cti muuws-SI fast trimC Xi tM t
Mto' h
wy0c3.rr-(Sg,iTW
Loalslaaa avanua.
I? OK NALR.
I1 . A dw un rousq BUICK 1I0D8K: ass Ran.
Lalroba HhiTa,two WaUr Cloaata. UlaU Ma&Uas.
lUUi wlUbot and ediT WUr, Oaa Flituraa all
'7J'
ansa go and Iwg rear.
M VfctT UK UOLV,
I,UUU VAMU, BAXtlTlUX U. TIUS,
Will rerahaM ooa sf
llOtTHkli. with Ut
ka af taoM naal UiraMtorr DRICK
bar wlDdow.ttO f atraat. naw St
i. Ilouaa otaJna alna ana rooms
AloTalna church. Ifooaa
d bath; has LatrvU MtTaa, aUU MaaUaa, lias
Vutioa ctaatrtntf a
llTEll A DAV
KorthMat enrsar 8tsdU. alraal a ad Lonlalana arf
1 O It HAL K,
l1 A DESIRABLE AMD W KLL.BU1LT U0CBB.
Mr-atorr. and baaaaaant. fnaeh ruuf, fraaaad.
a nay winnow: out
n anob room. Has i
ouotaJns IS Unra
room, flaa all modarn ln
proatnaoia,auoha ratMra, Latroba slovas, mtrU
disdUm, hot Tnt owld walar bath, watar oloaU,
Uuati room, butlar'a paatrr, sUUoasrr wsaa-tubs.
T&la doatrsbla prtlrtj adJilna tha raaldenca of
0OjH, U. Howan and of Itrmaater T bora ton.
lirrrurUiarnarUrti)an4D(lra of M. Orson, eati
liVUH h
floor.
.-voii halk hikAp-a tiiloiHR rVrWKH!
uPittouT doilkr ano K.Nttm5ia rd
ilr, at Purtoar's Urswarr. Alaunaria, Ta.
mrta-lw
lAKKCUANCMTO HECUKK CHKA1' HH-
atsrO for aaia al raduoed nrlwaL
wjyjtf llsFtbOiboiWarkH 8pa nd D.
uittvt riaav
TNR BALK OK KXC1IA.1UE FOR CITT MtOF
X1 BUTTValnabla Farm of sm aAraa na iha Prrfj
RHTY Yalnabla Farm of too aoraa no tha Pntn-
ium oppuslU Uonnt Varnon. Tract subdlrtded lo
bo
fo.wqr
Oornar Havaalh and F straala.
i;xni itiNT-i'lua La RflK U WELLLVo-UouiffB
X iTpBarlranla aranua, als dorrrs t of tha
MaUoaal, llotal; wlda moma, autrcaaw aad
aayaa; a lorwUty for a lawyer or ijrcUn.
JstHMT as Indiana avenua.
nn lAiMin,
,-voU KKXT TUB t'I'PKIt IVR1ION OK !
(Taol
HUDHF. Ull rnnarlania avenua, (over U
lOtlara win atom.) nmUlnln aJirhl Hmi I
' "'Ifft J!S?f."tt''?'.2?"b''. M ''" I
lot art kin,
lWr
tnltant,
( v, wh trw iHtv rrjvinin. j..t vtiir-q mVVF W
'""."
noil
1 l.-HfltrlALK. 111AVH1U ACHtfl UV MltlHI.T
-( V UntharMlanitaalUUaforban)aUra.bntriT i
X'rnra'ff.n'hS'f'&'tVSa.rf ,
I a"" wm. ioimiMr, niiif c
HIDDLKTON.
or-jcVlf or addmai Uladttiabviv lf. U. ild.
itr, hi ,
V IN 8 T U It li
AMD
BETKttAL KXCXLLKXT omCES TO RETT. I
lainlr al Ua odot of "TUU CAPITAL TUB-1
tM.vttr.tf (Hurl
I.-M)ll HALE OH KXCUANO&lA VIIISTLAbA
V rKAMHHOUau co MsrldMB HUL oonUlnlo
IwaUa rooms, with thirty Utouaand f a4 of tTound,
uaoaaeiwiiasbraooarr and rruil trana,
i oarrUa-a houaa. Will asohag frr 1m
unlm'irotad rJtrPropartr or a gxm farm
rwoadorunlniiotadeitrProoartTorrioo.
vSv.iSTOMBcJ11 ml.fmlh,' .PP"
ion muan inm
teoomorof Tww
awtto..
arlAaf
i JO
It
A L R .
'
' A YALUAULELOf ANtrELEOANTREatDK.NCE.
!
A aul-unrUT au t Tnuurul Uirtorr spd
n)NrfeoNT;Vraniwia
J?, t&fiS&iZ1? aJautS'lS;? T
side
fU&iVM&SMllSX
steWfee7rES
tlaMrlwTtTrSBiTratbntlO
ton. ia naany new, ins street twaum uU parked and
rv.exLandtiiraoUrlafrout U UfijeUaquara,Uie
SS.MP""'.K1 We-binrtoii. . . .
ana parUee daatrUaj lo aiamine tfeo premleaa will be
1 DI IDOia Will flA ailia k. laaa lhr It B1 Hlu
r. ;. .-. . " ' . ,,
iTuiuiiur vauN linn oj
nUYCK de ADDISON,
Real Estate Aa-enta and uKikara.
Offlos north waa eoroer of New terk arenue and
It U 11 A L HOMES
OX TUB PAHED ADD BOMAKTIO
HOCK CIIUUK,
UALT MILK FBOil iOONDABr aTHZET.
SITES THAT AFFORD ORAND SIQilTS
or
nivor, City unci Country.
Kerv.nd'i rutHllvUiuu uf "Wuodl.f,"
sixteen lots.
routalning frota
FOUR TO TWELVE ACRES,
BOLD ON FIVE TEARS' TIME, ONLT ONE
FIFTH CA8IL
n,B' itl1m '" areCLKAItrp and CULTI
Cheetnut " " weU IM"EUE" '" Oak and
They lie on wh aide el tbe npwWoedley Una
road, end bea-innlng- wtth tha brtde over book
ft1"" the attend lo tha beaatifu etunmlu. about
tba Ufa raaldeuea of Uoo, It. J. WaLkerr
Roma of the land Is fine for Gardening
A pert of the Timber Is hoary and valuable.
Severe! of the Bites afford cnarmlng riewa.
Ail are Attractive and Beautiful.
AU ara within ten minutes' drlvs of the, city.
Along a new, shaded and rorianUe road.
The ROCK CREEK FARE will adjoin this beau.
In ell respects this la one of the nonet aubdlrt.
elnna fur villee eer nwde about the cltr. and la
offcredatlaeLOWESritATLH. '' w
R. M. HALL,
ItreJ rotate Drake r, corner of fleveath euid
Faireete.
FOR THE DAY.
TURKEYS,
MINCEMEAT,
BUCKWHEAT.
HUNT llDTim. AITLE, I-ZACn, ASD 001.1 CI
BUTT to.
rLoni:
to nJVc.ni wd MMr.rollSn ll.l jZAM. . T0VNU .Vn.HMA!C, WHO HAS HAD 'Ai. .hSTjiJViJ'ifVm '" " Kl'ilrUf "'"" '"'"' "" '"
ln.nn.r, wC'h .11 th. mrMWrn unrfvniMnl. 1.1m. "". V n"''.-!,l?' -."TIK .fSlfr'rjl J mulii. mwnL Mr, Y.rwimrt rrUrM, .n1 Ui. bu.i- -. f. .MN Mil . li HMj
,3.,1nilUn.Cnr ,r..r,lilhru.-,aun.b.B.n.ll lnc.lr..l N.JII illDthMnM.. n nm iC til. Irm wCl fx ulUnl br T. f . 1 owl.r IJT.I.AH" nilACIKHi
BSrarT " ''WtulSwi: " Jriu , -mi.'UiuiikaPTLi. rs-A rrnuo mketinci. i-ndkii tick , fcKu..mi-u,M,t.... mm
iwvso-ir in rnnsjlTsnl svanasi I
Wi5l'r,o..riSi?
Hiaiul Inhaler. nalmno. Ham. Tnnn
ToneTis,
4.
rn..k. mi.i Dhrinu i.j i..h.u i ..
r.V. r m,ZZT ' "" i
co&veuleut for Birn. j
1 1. AV. TITS 12 O fc latOf H,
r s.-ijs i.uutcitii
Ull V Street Nenlivreal.
Ul
WANTS. Sl'EOIAL NOTICES
wassiLisaissM";
UlTaltatrlsl
ii.K.,fffafiai',:!&,.
Itol Btraala di
rNTEJ-KV
tha !ftroir
rtNTEIs-KVIEItT UXB TU KNOW THAT
KsiwKS
ihaoi-f smw M-hitM-yicTOh-iiM ,
ittd Ml.auinir. tlw nmrt wfWl ahuUt I I
iin on a earrlori norHllrt-Ur and worts o !
iwa, rantirur
3tttfittf'!?:i?rW-
Mr PrViiiMyUanla ataaoo, lrt rouraMwksll i
.4i,.lr1.. . ,
T. W. BrK.T.It, Apot.
1 EjKoUIN AIj
..-...- -i-rttftA. m, 4,.....-.a
kF I Mill ywA.i.-ma Auii.nnwn
mj v v
will kwa tun fur fl rrnk on
amrl ml tut saourltr- Inqulraat tblaoffla.
.nwTMt
SlOUU bunwUl
AMSJl,tOO PKR AN.
paroaaaaa naw aaD-ruusu,
raaaad brick froni IfOVSB. with bar
wluduwt ba all mod am poOTaulauoMl caatraui 1
dwui luvn nil laa in u'
AC ltl TO LOAN OX 0 ANDWDATi,
UlU aoteaof baad,WfillndoneLJnaama
taant
B. II. HEJI,
IMS 14
m Harsoia atraet
1)111 TAT B 1N8TKUUTION glTsn Ly 1
1 HrRJNOEB Ip Knrlkta Uranohaa, Ilk
amalfca. Un anrtOrafh.
A UKroU ATlitfACTIO.V.-ATTlIKDKL'U
1 atotw:HteUMOPlSndinortselollflarnadr.
hiMMUaanni to lhr dara wlUi'rat laUruI
madlclBwa. Onlr J PM botUa. llAHUra Madh
toaaioiAeoniarJfourpd-bAif sUaataDd Wnay
1'iTiiw iTtiut, iTirKnr4 uapq. aoiM
TOTICE-T1IAT E. 8. JL8T1I. lff D HTftKKT,
1 ibatwaaai Sixth and Bavanth atraata nortbwa.
lUa euatont-tnaJa aaooihLtwDa Olotblnjr st laaa Uun
Mftbaeyatof rtadr nwla saw onaa. K7 B. Macond-
j MDdalytoJai
ui m mu auios ooutfni a. iair aaaa tiiiuaa.
LOST AND FOUND.
2 K KKWARD.-LQ8T ON rill DA. TllKhrit.
1 rjPtJ on tha roadV V Olenwood to tha Bofdri1
, Irnma Ifunr ilnwn Ravwnlh Btrrt Pimil. a flnf FhM
iNadlal-ad, and Black Hdd Utoth. trlmsnad wltk
410 8pnlb ttrort nnrthwaat.
BOARDING
Ksaei
ssras
P
tTol
iVW! HA HLK ELKOANT A3 D MUtXT FLlt-
s niaiiau AfAKTHcnxH.witQ uuAHU, nar
obulnadoa arUcaUaallnr1ras4,orrmall
TEA
r AMDARIN TKA.
I 111 PnT.hfHhfoln.dfra-Tnt,(Um. Damnrajit,
; Pfwat. W. T. tto US Unwdwar. Now York.) wild hy
I Mr WhrwJoa, SIS I, alraH Dorlharaal, and Ctaorya
i ivnii w iuuruu uwi rr-t u
wbotraaia and ratal) br Mrs. Wfar
trrnt inirlliwrat Vrirm. ILU a uraad.
or ponn
t7iLVJ
iwfiu U7 nunjoaroipouaoaaauTari
ad ou onlrs
oa ss-ai
DRY GOODS
PARTIAL MENTION
Or RECEMT BKCEIFTS OF
Now and Choice Dry Ooods.
DRESS OOOD4.
190 yards DfrfalnraL H mnla.
liiack and ColonHl Uaiino., mnls and L
All-wool Dalalnaa, aitra wlda, M caata.
black auTuolora alraoaa, at U cant.
BLACK BILK YELTETS,
.naadtUL
LADIEH BACKINOU.
lUack lin.jp d'HUL t u to lin.
1nniia unn. at ami u,
flta-"han. 1 and L
I p
I V
I.
!Uuat1ua&.aiaodA
Hark and PiJrtml llxarpL
lis, at. U and '.
lulliH 4?lnthK In rlhrllr rvjfl
Oolorad ValtrUeus, Is onuU and lloe.
Vt
BOGAN & WYLIE,
T1LACK DRRH9 SILK H W-Wi-. (VEnT DK-
UACK SlJJiN AT AICTION I'UICXS.
iiencii roll porr.
trsordinary l"bi
P Una ALAC& ALPA
U an and uoj bolow
(lAn.iiatBuui
T5rk n. . "-
n.AMKVIJI It. .11 l.l .b t...ii
HIIAHLN! Um'l I. rrfnr. .loci: h...
giiAwUi fVow7 ""
1 ha bi Oauulna KID OIOTES. at la: worth tl
T. N. KAUllAIN,
noyH OS rwin. iw. aonth aids, baluw Havontb.
NO ADVANCE.
A fln aaaorlutetit of ITLANNELa, RLANEETa,
I 8IUWI HaUKRW. OOTTONa, LRESi
OOODH al fanner prloae, revardlaaa of the advance
! ., taafc.ai i.
JOIIN.ON is cor.i.iiv.
.B-EJ.
WIHTBH UKT UOODH.
Usiliradea.
i. T.W " v. lm ui au truea,
! OOLOttED HILXa, IUUII tad FRENCH POP.
UKB,KMPREliCLOTUaand MATINS la all -
I . t .
- bbw iniim
FRENCH MERIXOKS la Pink. nine. Whtt. a
let and Salmon, with many other Styles of dreaa
CLOTHS andOABftlUEREll.
FLANNELS, of all kinds.
SHAWLS la treat variety.
HOSIER! and ULOVES, of all kinds,
BLANKETS, of ell qualities.
Our slock is full la all the Departments.
We soUettaeall from all la want of Dry floods.
WM. R. RILEY,
.cB-tf It! Market Anew
MERCHANT TAILORING
r O y A N O Jc II A U I O N ,
Merchant TaJUre ,
No. sOO Ninth street. Opposite T. U. iX A..
UsrsJustroelTedthsaneetaaaortrnentof Foretgn
Ooods ever offered to the Washington pabUo, and
niirimnHicjiiiMtuiHniininiM leieat etrle.
aeplMf
Q.EOUOK DHHtiLlXJ,
Merebaait Tallar,
Na 1311 T etrewt. betwerm Thirteenth and Four.
leeuta atreete, sooth aide.
Has Juat weired a very larra stock of IMPORTED
FALL AND WINTER DRESS OOODS, and la pre
pared to warrant a perfect fit at LOWER PRICES
than any other aNUUlshmeut la or outside of the
CHJ,
Also, a fine aaaortmeot of aiXTB FURNI8H1RO
0O0D3. mhn-tf
TT PUOII ib HON,
jlferebant Tnl I era.
No. CI3 Fourteentb Street,
Between PennsytTanla avanns and F street, opposite
WIUard'B Hotel, have received and opened a large In.
voice of Fall and Winter
CLOTHS AND CAS8IMERES,
FRENCH AND ENGLISH CL0TU8,CA&8!MERES
AND TEHTIN08. of tbs latest styles.
JA9. H. McCILL,
ARCHITECT,
03 r fttreet.
M.a-tf
IN THE SUrKISCK CXlUKTorTUE DIHIHICT
or COLUMBIA.
CM. A.i, ..JWMIWll
John II Uoddard. uiwtee In thla eanaa hiH.
reported that be baa aold parts of Lota 4, a a nil. To
square B3, froutliw SI feet Inehea on Fourth atreel
weal, bye fee deepouOahwM iwrth, with Ine la
provetueute tnenou, to JobalLTrbeen,for ,i.ton.
and parts of LoU aud 4 tn aald square, rVoutlnir si
feel on aaid O Btrwt, by U feat S lucfwe dMpTwiUi
Uielnutroveainntetbtron,tot1eorreu Itoeblar.far
Ii.vw, it uj ui ijuiui. iu s.Ki aar or !
. D, 1ST, ordered aud decreed that the sail
the Hat day
iviiru, w raiiuou auu ouuormtu
lUed and oouflrmed on SA rJltDAY,
iJMOemimr tieit.iinl.MM Mi.uiAih.
contrary be Bhewp ilcw to thai
ia ziat uirui uawmiMF neii. 11
be shown prior to thai dayi irtfM,i
la order be publlaiiml iu eonta daily ns wa
ited and publiahed lu WaabUurton city. JJ.
eepy of Ibis
1..0TVM
aald list day of Deoaiaber.
Mlmedl
, A. WTUE.Juatkew
LClwkort.TeJw
Atmeeory: B, J,
Jii
TTH1TED STATES TATINT OrTICK,
Ki ... WfrVf D. tt, Notsrober IB. IS71
"On the peUUon of LMckabd M. Hoc, ot Wpet
for an Improvemeut in Machiuea for I'rlnUua Hall,
roadand other rujteu,
t la trrtra.l tliat lha lM.lciiv.nv In Ik. aa t.
rloeod on the 4th day of feU-usry uer.li thai the
tor njuuf art-niueiiu aucj ue Kianuners report
united to tbe J4Ui day, oTlebrtiary neit,end
. aald petition be beard on tbe 1Kb day of feb-
rpXIM H TO OIVE NOTICK THAT TUB SUB.
jl aenovr naeouuiDeuirouiine nuivome 001
Irtatrlct or Ooiuuibla, noldisv a Special Tern.
fUaaav
I vouohei
Utb day
ui wnuiuiMiuvu uu uia jtravijai uum of
rMnrteHirf
All iereoua bavliut cJalnis airali
jl. uiibHrujir, ia
twt the eeld drMrd
t the sawe, with the 1
are "hereby waned to e.nlWt the aawe. with tbi
TOuhersthrao,totEe anbavrlber, en or Leforethe
Utb day oTMoveuiUr nest they njav otberwlee by
iftq a,,,!,,, Uf UW11 this lsth dar of Norejuber.
Jim UoTuw JlUNNLKB.r5AVJfMfOiT '
li in iriiiuini iiinu ui iinu, vi uiu i hiu mham.
avRSiftMtME'ffS
ublle is rwiitictfallj InTllwl,
cum' B. J. U -uhlBCOtL, BacrUrr.
roo to rnor. ntciuao a, nwrrnd roi
utr of Kiijbth and Habits, and fit yrmr IU
---
WT ViWSttVVaWVi1! ft VrK If
JTfil"1""11" "UO HTOltX, i
waamila TsmH.
PATKMTMri.trlMkll
'Myr1allh. tkvtPtK Dltlia
aTORIl
!I2L"------
rr.malL.TU4.T.i"f:...l,J '-.V VbV. i
WWtM- " .l n . r bi'tuin r. fliil' viivi
', Hfln at tliaTElfrUI UttUO UTUKH, Ovruar
tj-imuuH. ciikmioam, MinFpuxinW.ro-
l.n.t.T'Hrtlc - .,BtrgwaarUa,st
r ibu nmioiirni
uai'Lh untu aiuii.
MV-COli LIVER OILS, COUftll MF.niClMTJ.
itn vi i" u vil ir.i'ivin r
r.naUuarrMW.M.IUl.TMM-
irntijaonrF aim i
ri,n vnuu aiunt.
' lfurs of IlaMaf Hunrarr, Sll Rainlb straat,
kva of Iarita Hunrarr, Sit IUTnlb straat,
nil and K. a f aw doors sooth of odd FalloW
ilBlLwaahlncton. II
Itafars to Dr. B, A 1
Half 4icljlabonnaTIafrrna.
Fsrs to Dr. R. A bacon and II
luunnniL iikii invtid
aaau
fja A NIT FA CTUtT.lt I
t VINtOUOWKHtt Al
A. PAINTKUM.
VINtOUOWKHtt AND OCUKRU.
f dMlr In aril tha PATENT 111(1 HT FOR AW
RIOHT.rORAHIU.
PKOVKDHElXQWa,whloblaadaptdii thaaaaof
WlnUrra In Bandln. tialtu llftiLar and mnrdun.
Up, as wahaa aoooomloal, than any otbar now In OM,
anna at laaat on half tha tints and aioanaa and la
in nun iwiki lanninmi irTKcnrii m u
137 OPTHEUHKAT rAlXH ICE CXntTANY.
ara aaraby noUAad to atund a maatlurf, with tha ol
toot of !
at tha yanai
ia Btauuiua: ma nnuiigf invinimui om aacii
is aranarai of&oa of tha eompanr. No. lM r
i, Ta tha dttof Hwhlnfton, U O. on MON.
, tha Bd dij of Oaoatnbar, A.D. 1ST at o'clock
KvSS
I'Mialilanl Itnul FkIIs Ira iVimcanf
... . n w;z;. o::.LTr." w. ""lv
blRLCTORH
Q. R. ClIURCn. JOHN W. BOTELXR,
OWI. W.OOCHltAH, JOHN T.OIVKN,
aaft.btawt-t wki
EOAn, UICILUtU'd and otbar illTTKlltL
Dtttar Wins of Iron panivlan 8rrun, Rllilr of
Oaliaaraand otbar floa Tooka. Tha iariraat stock
and Um lowest pilose, at
nf.rm.rr.Twaj
If.Vt'LJf UHUU
HTORC,
Coroarof Jj
unaar naaopM ,
jrenHNU
Ninth alraota.
ami
rBKODUElI) h X) ,
"'Wtf.rr.MT.
II Canton FUannTfriira 11 eaata oi and Blaaobsd
ia iinunicoN jnwonm irom aoania i
Uottona fiom I eani
TUB NEWEST
noS)
-LHATITTfcTV
UiSmUJM!"1:
irtIa"srtrwlTlwannnfKoo BATUUDAT. No -
aireat. oai
ibsr au, iBTX 1 or lenne, cl, apif si ua aoso-
INO.T71.0.L.01
mcuL
fy
lit TnE PRESIDENT OF TIIErNTTEDNTATEfl.
n ptinuanoa of law, I, Ulraaaa B, UrawC PrvaldaBt
Of the United Htata)
Amar.a,dt brreor daolara
Ku nir iwiig icu
nda will be botd
11
I
li
airoi minaue til
milium a ntlrtfuwt Iai
UOIrea In tha Wat of HI
lnafir dci-Qatd, tIi .
At the LoTtMflr at
of hUnDeaota at Um ieriods hei
at ML Cloud, VtnaaaoU,oafn-
aacliur on MONDAY, Hertrober Is. ISTS. for the
a of Timber Lands not pravloual diatioard of ta
the undmuenlioned townahUw and parts of (own
all t pa, Tti
North of base line and west of fourth principal
DnrrtdUnt
Fractional townships , V, M, 40. 10, U, U, and M,
of rtuiraK
traclloual townsbllw M, (7, 4. K , and M, of
rantfais.
fractional townahiia , 49, U. U, U, U, H, U, and
irBrtloiiaTtoaiubliw , , W, tl, U, U, K aud U,
of raiwe II.
Fractions! townsbli 43. 43. 44, and 4s, of ran .
iracUoual Wwuahi4i,ti,444i,and SoTrana
lYacUonal towuattliw 43, 4a, , 4V, aud . of ran
North of base line and wrat of flfth rlncliei
meridian
fractional townaniiw 13 in, .jb,up, i,iii, ami
Fractloual townshIis 136, IM, 137, and 13, of range
RsctWxul townanlna IB, 134, and 11. of
arUoual towualAij LO, liu, Ul, IA
raureis.
lowuatAlKa LB. Uu. Ul. lXL Ija. ISL ISL
Mi. us, ijk, pnu ivi, (i rrm aa.
rracUonal towuahlpe LV, 1W, Ul.lCIHIU. W,
1. aud IM, of rauire Ju.
FracUoual townahlw 13, IM, UL 14U3.UI.US.
Us. 111. and 10, of rautre U.
.ractloual towuauliw 1JU, Ul, LB, U3. 13&, and US, of
ranmU.
Fractional towuahlps U3, US, IM, IX, lsfl, and IW.of
rracUonai tuwuabJi Ut, Ua, UT, and 1S of rtnra
rracUonal towuahJ-134, 133, UT, and 138, of rang
At tbs Land Offloa at Alexandria, Minnesota, omn
innncluifoii MONDAY, ttai-tetuber si. luTS, for the
eleo( lluibar landa not irertouslr oUiuscdof In
In iindtrnwnUuued towuahlpa and part of town
etc)-. Ui
North of base 11ns and wret of fifth principal ma.
rlilian,
FraH tonal to wnahi-wtu, UT.and lis, of ranjrs M.
Fredlonal towuahua 111 ami 1. mf niu. m.
Fraotlonal townahii III and Um, of raiute tl.
Frartlnnal townahliei IM and 1, of rauire 40.
Allbeliid Offloe at fay lore Falla, MIuueMi
n'L'aV1
roniuianrlnr on MON
niDiiiiFiiriur ni iiu.iuai. naineinoT ', 11. lor
I In the uiMleriaeuUunAdlowitsLlWBiidpartor Iowa-
ilorthuf
ku. d .-. rfiourik
lAwn.l.ln Al r ... !
larldlan.
Frmclloual
Fractious
township 4. of ranica to.
unriunii i, oi rauire
township is, of raiwa Si
to WM hi n 43. of raiure U.
tciwnahie at end . of ramre U.
FracUoi
Alao,at
loual towuahlj
liMUui.iAl n b..a
the Lend Offloe at UtchflelJ, Mlnoeeota, I
commenrtnir on MONDAY, Oc
will be offered al puUle sale tbe
tilf iSTf. '
. lKTS. there, 1
e undlSDuead of laa.de
uum lotiwwiue;
townahJi.t
line and west of fonrth prlaelpal
tnnHillkri
Townahlpa 17 and wV of ranae tl
Towiiatupa V, SB, ant SB, of ramre 13.
Tewuahlia 17, K and p, or rea ti I
North of base line aud west of fifth principal Soe.
rldlan.
owoaoinaiia, ill, u,inq I If, inn TO, Of rana-ea
ti.ttn.Ka.aMMviAki.ii.un.MU, Kod
Townahlp ill, of ranirea tL S3, II: and
f owwhlia Ml, ia. 11, aud 134, of ranirea N and V.
Also, at the Lend OrHceal Dulutb. Miuqeaota.eom.
meuclna- on MUNDA), October It. 1871. there wUl be
offered at public aale the uudlapoaed of lands In the
follirwlujf townships, to wilt
North of base lino aud east of feurth prlBol)el ate.
1 ownahipei, of rantrs I.
Tow&ahlu l. of renus 1
Towuahlp CL of raiure 1
lownalilnaSI and u. iifnnnl
;ownahips S3 and 4, of ramte a
ownshlp M. of range 11
?ownable ti, M, and II, of ranre 14.
ownahlne wS. 47. 4. 4). ia. and tl. of r
Towuabiiia 44, 41. 44, 4v, hi, and II, of ramre la.
j o wo nine en. 4t. l ex am ana si. or n
;ownahIia rt, if, in, u W, and II, of rantre IT.
;ownahlps V 47, and 4. o( ranye IS.
Ownahlie 4d, 47, and 4a, of riiue
AU lands held at double minimum prloe will be
tflapoeed of at not leaa thau two d-dlare and fifty
ed of at not leaa Uiau two d.Jli
;er aore, (15o,i and alllsnila held
fill be dlaiioeed of at uot fena Ull
eenta p
em at minimum
and twenty-five oente per acre. (1 M.)
I Anda approprUled br law for tue nae of arboola,
lU'lun. minury, end other pun'oaea. or reaerved for
lie per acre, nae.
Led bylaw for tb
nd other puri oee
will lie eicluded
hail
loeaaje.
On tbe dai a aprolnted.
In wkieb tber are adr
LLiova imiuu wi
i, ami will irroceed lu the order
rertleedTuiiUl the whole shall
1 tbe aelee thus cloand; but uo
have leen oifared, aud
sals ahal! be ksnt oimu 1
private entry of aur of the lauds will
iiiiu uirr lue esiureuou ui i
LtiUof the eecllouftl atibdi
vi .ui iiirwi omcei
nation of thnwi Ai
Ulven nikder nr baud at the city of Washington,
UualLU)dayof)una,A.IXls71
u. n. iinun i,
Preeldeal of tbe United State
By order of the President t
WlLLIB DaUHKOXU.
CommiaaloneT of the Oeneral Land Office,
NOTICE TO rRtKMITION CLAIMANTS,
very reraou enUUml to Uie rurbtof i -re-em i J
the lauds within the townahlpa and parte
of towutthrpe above euumerated Is reiu)rtif toeeUb-
Uab the Mini to the aatlaiaeUon of the rWieters and
KTmirin uta iTUvr lant
tnd offloee, and make iei
l anrl mbkA 14..
rami therefor a aoon as nraotleable after aecdoglbla
notiem. anil ha
CkDM after aeetaa uu
tpjiointed f or the oon
r tha lkBiia fcnilirmin
inunioi wepni4ieaueoi me lanaa ernornnna;
h., liiaimiwA, uuiwin viicn riuni win
, , WILLIS DliUMMOj
al-e aiieh rlaira will he for
Cummlaaloner of usUenaral Laud Offlc
Jell Mjow "
NftTinEor postPomkmf.nt
W BALES OF
fjillSf irt I llfr,Uiu.iii,jA
i la hereby Kiren that the President of the
Btatee.br ejecutite order datedAurnet M,
i cllrMUMl that tha la n Tanrta IcUinnZ
ota, ordered by the foretroituf proclamalion. No. 771,
be rmetpoaed until tbe foUowlutT dates at the sevsral
land ofBoee, to wit i
At nb b4ouu, oumnieociag uunuAi, iMcemMr
At Tarlof'a Talla. mmmnvlM UnNtilV. nenem.
I..M liffa '
At"buXuth, eoauneuclug MONDAT, Deoember
And the Prealdeul bas also dlreoted thslsomuob.
of eeJrl prociamatlou. No. 171. ae relates to salea of
rerosea.
Waabluaioa
llyen under my uandstlhe elljr
la twentybthth day; of August, A. :
um treeiueot ,
WJL.1.1B UUlIMMtmi",
nirVMft?
Ootnmlaeloner Uaneral Laud Offloe.
Harbour k HamUtoo ,
a.
Taylor at al
No. ttl (, dou, II
ithetu UH feel
. In sonars IM.
lororatnenui Ihirun l lfiw. Jul Taalnv
r. A. D. 171 ordered and deetwed thai aaldaati
!?.rTHrl!i"005?nn!".00.
M.V linUKVIUVHUiqr
Ooot
R"'.
ain&isa iSLSis
, . A. WTLIR. Jnstje.
A Tras OtTT-ft J, Alfjns,CIrrk. &oil5-Mlw
T1B0DBXAD CO
'wMsaMWisssaria
NOVEMBER 30, 1872.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
continental hotel.
rilUTCLABB AOCOMMODiTIOSa.
TaaMa. r. $tH rfea dat.
r Pff30m mT. LMESICt.
WA8IUNGT0N HOUSE,
Comer fBaaai-lraaU aveaae and Third street.
A. r. BEVKRtDOK,
Proiao'.
..-
U"""",
saimwiwiBi, uu tauuw,
......... ...... . .....
AfIr Altll IMAnTLKUHAJlKTcH,
N.w and UcnUful lu dMlro .M flnkh. of our ewa
UIHZCT IHrUIlTATIOX.
J. W. nOTKLEll A: DUO..
lutporlw. of China. QI.U, Outlarr. Ctft. Bfc
. u
p"aM
KEEP OUT THE COLD!
'WJ'JAVIKJQU r JUI'WII
-wcvx-iujii HXiiii'Hiti
Tbs baat and cheart la Um markst, at tb old
haadauartara.
JO. I- HATAUK,
PsnosrUanla arcaus, ou door wast of Tanth st
UNITED UTATKi PATENT umCB,
Vfknnnmm. II. a. No. let. in
On tbs PaUUon of Jatiia Hohtoow ibt, of Hlmr
Bin, N. i, prarlna for tha aimtjaloa of patrol
i4 so mm on in im aar
MHirm, 1-oa, i
ltm tnr flitn
Anr iaraoi
tt4kr-&W
AKV4JRTT, VMumbWanar.
I QTKIN WAT'S PIANOS.
Oar stock of Ibass celsbratad lottranaots la now
ooinpiai,
BOUiRE
iR fnitn sue bi at nm BwawawaTawjnwi
LtttlOHT VIANOy fficm ea.S I
ON flt-ni .a to A IM IT J III
ORANDVtANoarrouiU.toillww.
IU.0BU" -
rareona of raflnmnt and taata who nan ai
nappreclaU
atedtOfe-lTe
uia TBiaa oi a bmih way iiaao ara rauui
VVa bara also on hand a larjra Stock of Pianos from
muii iiwuuiHtunn, icvnc uo w W.WIIICa
ar aatlltia wixm eeer wmatklr laataitiuaoU,
Oldl
nanoa taaen in aicoarura.
, w. o. ubtzerott k oa.
mwi A
IIEYER & BISHOP,
Inanranoo Vixoutu,
No. SOS Hovonth Mtroot,
W.W.I.U11I. D. 1.
LOVDOX ACWrilANCR OOlirnRATIOM,
V1. Il.l I. .1.. ' IB. mil... .I1.BI.JU. UUOIIVILX
CuklMll.1 I!,t34.4t
CONNKCT1LXT F1IIK IN.CHANtK UU.1C.
1'A.N T. Of HAUTVOICO,
ft Am... lORLOOO
NATIO.VAC.FlllIilNMriIANCKtO.lirA.Nr,
or UAKTIX1UD,
C"iAn. lOMOO
TU.llllilWrillKOKllIANtEtO.lirANV,
ur IVUIVIITA
onus.i
I .. ?'" V. PHILAKBLPiiur"
. 1M4U1U
1 '"" ;iWrinriiTfiv;,w (,uw'
riijiw, nui.ii i n run
LQL'rTAni.U LI PR AkhC HAN CE H0C1ETT
uf nin luna,
CaahAaaeCs 910,000,000
noso-im
OAEPETS & OUETAINS.
Volvotn, a-J. nn Ut,
110I.V UCHNBLH.E.NUUNIIANU
AMKU1CAN TAriMTUV,
-! ana M-i.
TlIllEE-n.V, INIinAINM, VKNtTIAN,
1IAK UAUPKTN, VIENNA CAKPhTH.
Oil ClMk Ora O.I wld. 1. I CYttnld..
H1IADG HOLLANDS. HEP OOOUS, C-LA1N AMD
riauniui.
COI1NIVKH IX WOOD AND UILT.
tLKlANT CUUTAIN LACEH.
Trintmliur. to m.tcb.
A bp.uUCul MMrtmeot of tbM. yood. hM Jul
unu raami, uia u. now rMOf lur InapMUoa.
JA3. D. DODSON,
NOAH WALKER & CO.,
. w CLOTUIKO,
H renusrlraiile STcnne,
MatroiuIitnUil Ruilduig,
cr-oxijuro
Mtrj'ouWa
tfot.TlTullanr.
ovianoojVTs.
MEXB OVERCOATS.
aiStoK
BOYS' OVLROOAT8,
I I Prnnarlraiile arenue,
MHrofUlUa Hotel fiulldJur.
r-lUVIIOLK WTJITS.
-w -- UW.AI3,
DDSINERM SUITS,
auto..
DiIHa muIts,
DOYMnOrrS,
as to Ski,
Sit Pen nar I ranla avenue,
MetropoUtu Hotel Dulldui.
NOAH WALKER & CO.,
OEHT8' TURKISH-
ooaatf
AL.E.
an j-ennayiTsnia arenne,
MetropollUn Hotel Bulidiiiy.
XX. ALE.
WH. MiBSKY kOOS
riULADKLPllIA XX. AI.E.
THE BEST IN THE MARKET,
Prioe-at 10 per Dosen. Pint Dottles.
yVor MUeiby the Leadlug Unwary Stores, end by
"U PA Ml Hit V G nilHN,
17 OaKKNK STUEXT, OEOBOXTOWN, D. a
noas-lw tStartUrltk
THE ORIQINAL
Grand Gift Photograph
Store,
No. 017 Seventh Street,
I '.mrr C O.
CooUnun Co DOKATE DAILY TO ITS fATBONS
niou twe.ntibh ncxDMD to roun
TUOUSAXO COLLAIM, In ium. of CSC ITTZ
AMD TEX DOLLABS.
Tb. bunM. u coductotl la .a uprWat uid boo.
W.U. muoer-io.t lltUM ImIo, tfousnll
Kill.
Ou inetbod of dolav buriniM 1. opui Co tb.
BCBUTIXT AND INVESTIGATION OF
TUE UOIT CBITTCAL PUBUa
unclm
$64,260.
KENTUCKY 8TATE lOTTERf.
LMALUKD HT AN AOT OY THE LEOISLA-
TUKJL
The Mewl Liberal Lottery Ever Pram.
OaIyT,HOTlrkrte,aad8,00 rrlaee.
To be drawa
NOVEMOEH BO, 18 ft,
IN COVLaQTOX, ZZNTUCXT.
ONE CAPITAL rmzK OP t,ooo.
pnf m Kprrf
do .,, suutlAIil do
tfiW rrUea, amounting to i , ,,A3n
Tleketa, U; Ualvse, 4; QaarUrs, tl
t"0ur lotteries ara enartered by the SUte, and
"? ua tune neaaed, under the euparvlsioo of
a wore ooTOuleslooarB.
SWa aHH rtva . .In.ll. uhuu It.. 1..I a...
day ef every month durlug the year Wt and 171.
lar-aeadroraolreulaz. Address
ftMlTIs, SiaiAIONH v eo4
bot-TaThASly Boi tw Orfnaion. y.
D. Iuium II. wunui
SHANAHAN A WALTHEH,
020 rcoaiylTanl. ATra.f,
IM.w. Utb al Sttrsl MtmU,
VrsoLUAU AXD SRAlLDZALXBa IR
rAINTS, OILS, GLASS, OLCE BnUSUXS,
ALCOHOL, COAL-OIL LAMPS,
cnnwira, Ac.
QrcM lAAuccmtiiU it, vffircd fvr cuh.
LADIES' GOODS
801 FANOY GOODS. 801
NEW QOODS
or ktetit cnvciumo,
JD8T ItECBlTED AT
DAVIS',
m artJUrtpoctonf of BichthstrMt
Furnishing and Fancy
GOODS,
LACM. IUNDKUlCIlIEr AKD BIBHOSS,
CRAFRTI1LI1. TOIHUllcaS. kc, DLACKENED,
mirilDAHDIlBCBim'EDTOtyilALll!T.
W. II. FHAKHON,
Cm. P.na. .TM.O. tad Tnotlrtlt .L
INSOIIANCE
INSUHANCE OFFICES
or
Naa. 503 mad 504 Tcnth street
CAITTAL REPRESENTED, 30,000,000.
Mi. IknToa r..l will P A TKBIIl Ui
i UlX wtuuntl lisMtrDiral of UMtr cplul.
UBTiiu Dimcor.
olH
rpUB NATIONAL SIETROrCILITAN
rlHK IN.IUANCE C03IFANT
or ?
DIITBICT OrCOLUUDll.
Orsmal. A...t 90. 1ST0.
CAill CAPITAL 100,000.
bwd'. bulMlnj-.lfalnaurn.n.Tl-MOHBM
KRLt7ftPrMll.ntr. t
AlrLCn08I.lkrM.rT;.
, . U1HWJT0119I
hm.1.4 Cb.rlr. nit.
vi m. u. HW..raw. .nit. 1, iq.
ri. UtMU
Qio. f. Oultck.
A. K. Bh.i-bWiL
. iij.
THE EQUITABLE
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY.
The buslheee of this Company has for years been
bs largest of any similar Institution la the world.
Gonoral VLjont,
M3 and AM ata Tenth Htrret.
I7IUEHILVH IN) f RANCH CO.lirANV
OF WAIIIIlNnTON ANIMIUOIUIKTOVVN.
Offieat Iloom No, 1, over Dank of Washln-ton.
OHARTIUED BT 00N0BESS 1T.
Capital aadHerplas -1810,000.
No ohanrs for SUmpa or PoLtdea.
of tisorgetewn.
Albert A. Wflaon. T. Kd. Clark.
Andrew Hot owed, Thoe, U, Croea.lr.,
Thotmae Parker, Will HTllowird,
Lewis Jounsoa, Joe. ltedfern.
of Waaolortoai City.
JAMES ADAMS, fn-ldeol.
auKi.n. um, wrrrT. '
AJIE YOU HVSTTKKDV
ir NOT, APrLT TO THE OLD
Franklin Insurance Co.,
0
WAKCIIMUTOX, II. '.
IxcnaromTED bt coxoresi ix uu.
ornci 1. ci.. ihiiuiuiiC cb.x.u.w.1 luok o
Cb. IlMntbl, Xa TM 1 atrw. nortbwML
No cbwtr. CorruUclM.
mntcrouj;
1. iter worth, f. F. UeUiiire,
JuiMIl Urtlnlre. Il It ('larke.
Usury JJruller. it tl,jnrrr.
NRT UUilLUT, Prmldeut.
CIURLKS BRAUU
K.i, secretary. a 00
WOOD AND COAL
WALTER II. 5LUIL0VV,
CUMnnULANK and ANTIIHAC1TK COAL,
OAK, TINU aud I11CKOIIT WOOD.
Yard ewrner Flaliili and D et reels aonlhwewi,
pelie Sanliheealaji rrk.
aciTaVe edst
Q. L. SHERIFF,
TtUOUWAU AMD BZTAII. DBALEK IN
WOOD AND COAL
Or ETEUT DE4CB1PTI0N.
DS PannarlranU avenue, '
rnrl.A.rialr alpMala I bMAt a
Btrel wharf, Iutoinao rlnr.
yalr prtoe and honorable dealing.
W. H. BARBOUR,
VrnOLESALB AND BUT AIL DBALBS IN
COAL AND WOOD,
BUT QUlLITIKi AND ALL XINDI.
UUtW. VWilUrmUMiaJUUI ltlMf,UII
TARDI. JS
KTWTtT.INft WOOTX
DYEINQANDSCOUniNQ
WASULMITON
BJTEA3I ItVEINU AND St'Ol'HINd COIL
l'ANY
Na ! TeNth streett krelrrren II and F
at reels Berthwoec
. We bare at an enorrnous sine nap fitted up tbe
bwHTEAMDTXrNUDSOOUniNlllUlTAU.
nfillUUNT aoath of New Tork, and would nvrm
tbe pa bile that we ara new prepared to receive uelr
LadTes and children's Dreeeee, Cloaks, Uantlllaa.
fcn., of all material, cleaned without beliia nped
All kind of spots removed without aleaulng the
whole rannent.
Kid Olovee cleaned In New Tork style and neat
irqueuMty aone in iweutyour hour.
I'aolotbee cleaned without abrlnklugor
roiNi 111 maw miuurr, ai
ao that ther naver ahew aa-aln.
lteiietting done neatly aud at reasonable prions,
oclltf
TriIXIAIII. WIIEATLEYT"
BTEAU DYEIMQ AND
Offlera 40 Jerrvraonat taeorgetowa, II. V,
JOJUbUabed 18SL
. Premium awarded by tbe Metropolitan. Hechenlea
IoaUtate,M7, aud la now one of the oldtwt. Urgeat
and rua oom4le eatabUabuauU of the klud tu this
eountry.
Heat 4aee la tbe District for Cleaning or l)yeing
Gentlemue eJotUina',
Krerrthlng apiiertilnlnj; to the business well and
promptly eseodted.
Offloe eloaea dally at an nae t, aicept Saturday, when
It will be open until IJUp,m.
Poat Office Hoa 131.
FURNI8IIIN0 GOODS
JBW NOTKLTIES
roil THM 1YIEI IN HELTON AND
IIATCn OYEBCOATS,
L. BAR'S,
Crarr rl.Tr.lli ud U irr.c.
A DEAinirUL UNI Or BOTH' AND
cuildben'S surra now biino
OCIINED AT INVITINU I'BICKS.
Btor, wwd on CUloriT. Ull oodOTrn. nal.lm
DENTISTS
fJOll
lIS!VaiIBT,
1818 M....el..l. A.r..r. arar F..r.
. I..th Atrrrl.
TMVV,l!rn,tlvU. ,j,
ithtrudiif cb.iu.f runii.VJ.,.'. .
o. rr. uowEiv,
UOUIZ. B10X AND '
OBNAUUTAL rAINTBB
AND OLAZIEB,
N. 03A IJ.na mvcana.
InlUUoaa tf ,1 klod. wood .ad auubl. BtaUr
,iM.ud la lb, UtMt ,ad no.1 ftirnr! .tyl. a
JOBBIlca
rBOMTTLT
,TTENPEDTO
CnAWLS, DKU ooon
UNrNQE. BOfilE.
KJ niiUlA.TKa.BV.
"uftlwk
Vf iBRUtOTOH, NoTemljer U, 1971
It rlrea as Heasnre lo aUta that all tba eorapanifa
rerreantad V ua, Ttsi LONIHIN AHHUKANCK.
MMuttNATinNALof Phi adriirh la. ill imrh
LallN
QBOOL'SIK
CORNWEEL & S0P
NKW CttOl" TE"
aiid or Tilt eaouxn qoautt.
An a Brr!11
niri'aaard by
iiir. .pnr. fvHQttiM r.
ir.fUttl f.
Eis'&um'ffiKasttEsv
a-iiarantW to r-Us sail a fact Ion. rflzttztL JZ
RllDw',ot,laiveuantltlee.and from flra ImmOM, w
art enabled to Sun r the conaomer wiui
tkam rim.il as ti 90 vr. wm roimth
J.Vti THAN tlAl n s-i
CIIAHSU KL8ElVEtB,
and harliwr a larva trade wa are 'Wnf'n""?!!-',.
oar mir stock. Cutiramers can always aV rraaaa.
roods from us.
PRICE LIST.
Ol.Et.N
Hl'llAU
SSW5i!ffi2:T"""'."-..-.
iv.
" in 'L
s- :
.".iraifuw -
All u. .bo.. fi...r. .r.
corrEK.
JATA. (ireuulne Old Oov
MLHHA.tinoriioIUl
IuTAG A 1 DO, pjluis Bjt
as Old OovlT. - JSOrfereeol Ha to!
iMieei, ,wvr wwi. -
Mornaer, m.
irttda.iao. ?-;
lo; ...Jlo. - Kb. "
111 nnlVae Riaeted In Hrdew Patent AfOSaw-SaTtne"
firowner.and no Water need, thereby efa sew
AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,
111. rCCTNUrLYAJCIA AVjal'B-
N
KtV VOICK HICKHIIKAT.
0U01CK 8TBUP. rBtlUC BUTTBB.
ffffEKT C1DKB.
1I0UIXT AND Bum
VFEnton riHiLT akd bxtba noli
TKA I TBA1
A lUuO rflUlulUUUr bnwbt t. 1W.
lOPl'KK.t
BouUd FBR81C .rj f Brd.'. llot
Mf lr brawotf .
mw.riit.
rBnxEs,
iiftmniM...
HAlM
lANTS. OANNBDUOOB
NBW CtlOB CABOLJNAinPf.
orroi ALMOND..
vfrovbNA0
rKBU'ii rrui'viA niVronil i
A CUBE rOB CUILLK '
OLD CABINBT WmSKT-BIlllt.,01t
TBE CBLKBIUTBO AUBOBA OAn Wk"81.T.
A I.IY. nn'lf 1. rtor. and la bond.
NATITB AND TOBBION WIXEK,
TKBTOLDBBANDT.
Oar Muck oC ITNB OBOCEBIE8 U nudl
l.n. ,&d w. M. dUTOMd C fir. OBEAT BAB
OAINB la CASH I1UVEU3.
C. 8. O'HARE 6c 80N,
WbolM. .nd BcUU Orocn, 1BI 6.T.Dtb .U-Mt
D.rU..wC. b.l.B M .nd N. Dotf
BRAY & BROTHER.
IMMENSE STOCK
or
First-Class Goods.
Lnifft?t In 'Wnntltlttftou
Smrar.atflhe.foegl
Surer, at IS Iba. for !.
. ItlM
10 aaeka of, Ore-O Java, at SOcenU per In.
urrot-e or 1 at i-ani, at 11 renta, or s Dm. for si.
tl-rore ot HiiAfarored Ham, at IS oeoU tier lb.
0 lha. Hngar-cured Ureakfaat Haoon, at U cents
perlh.
Limine, Hutraritred Shouldera, al II W cent.
bntralla Itatl'a Astral OlLatWeenf per gall.
I bill. Amber DHp, at SB cent ier gall.
I huls Cryatal Hrlp. at 1 14 per iraM
ir"ii oi creari Lraiea, a lin cenie.
.ui 1 reari Lraiea, a iim re
u. hn8 mluw. an Art (k. -w.
Bill, va uanii idcidi 11
WW IbfiiM ni lCalalha IL
lee of llalalna; bin lbs. Prunnej lue drums of
riffs, and other thtiure too numerous ts s
its your money and aire ua a call.
BRAY & BROTHER,
IlOl ritnyl ynrtlit nvruue
oe Hetween Third and rouranda-balf eta.
PUKE CIDEU YHVEGAB,
Spices, &c, for Pickling,
AUO-
A NEW tOT OF THE FINEST OOLONtT
TEA I HAVE EVER SEEN.
I'UIl'li MODIIUATB.
N. W. BURCHELL,
KpJWC 1838 Ulrm,
ja 11 W vie V I T S .
yen
LIIN
fur aals by
1111YAN HUOS
008 rraaaylraal. Avenue, eppeslif aittr
palltaa Uatela
WEET CIDBIC
I W.ls. PIIItR APPLR OtDER,
Just received end for sals by
JJRYAN BROS.,
OOS reaiasTlvanla Arenwe, eayewlte Metiw.
polllava) llalel. OuSlU
TAX OFF I
TEAS, I a eta, per Ib.i COFFEE, 3 eta, stt lb.
ALAROE STOCK Or FANCY QltOOKRIEg, 1TNE
HHANtllfH.VVINES, lXlKii.M.A,
AT WHOLESALE AHfi WtTALlT
Cr.lral Tra, L'.Or., u. rlrlc n.rr,
JE8SE D. IVILMOVft
. QldBUad.
J HEI. I, AlTE
FAMILV OnOCEHIES
A. CHEAF u Cbr c.a b Uarbl la lb, Cllr.
(Ml aad lumio. Oood. .od rri(M.
CIIAUI.LS a. Arrut,
..urnrhjHy.nl.ajrrlfii. N w
FACTS!
THE ENTIRE STOCK
PRINCE'S BAZAAR
A.T COST
UNTIL THE STOCK IS CLEARED
OUT, AS HE INTENDS
BUIIDINQ.
lI.BMk.ijera aad all Olk.r. la Waal .f
G...I. U n, ta. Akt u
Iliad. IiMUCMIT.a
.lblaa la Cm, aad Eaaail.. lb. 8lra.
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