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THE NATIONAL REPUBLIC AN, SATURDAY MOHNINO, NOVEMBER 17, 1877.
TT Trw Rational Republican. S.UJH.I..MJJ A. M. C1JLTV i t t i t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 KniTon. The National Republican Is published dally (except fcundayii) by the lUptibUcsn rrinllnc Publishing Company, at tbt oulhwest corner of rentiSTiTenla Avenue end Ttfrieentb ttrtet el H fr uinum Id iwtvtunsor M mpu per month, delivered by currier NATIONAL KKPUI1LICA', 4 MKPunr.irAH, wwhiiiKioB, i a Mr, X. H. ri'O ITT UAffrnt for the receipt of Advertisements suitl Hit hwrlpt Ions Tor this rper, as wall Hi for Hie Collection of Ac count!, Mr. D. II MrCLKLLANDliaUo authorised to solicit Advertisements. All eoimuunleatlont dertgned for publication thouUt be brLf, ytamly wltlen arut only vpon one $bt qf the pajxr. Communication vnacctrmpanitd by thr tfim V U author art not noHeitnl, and will neither be rtad nor rtturned. Rented manmrript will not be re turned nor preferred The rrotwlflrf tUtlcofonr aJ' vmni during the temion qf Omgreuvtill pitrhule the insertion of long article. RATUHDAY I 1 1 1 I I . 1 1 i t NOVEMPER 17. If77 BFEAK1NO of obelisks. They arc beam ing JWilormble. EnsLiml has one, and New York, of coarse, must not be outdone bj England. She is to bars one. Now for one for the national capital. There fo one at Hellopolis, sixty -eight feet high, which wm Jbnr ccntnrte old when Mows wrta born. It uoiv stand erect. While this one is three feet shorter than that of New York, to ftg will compensate for Its length. Thk Hon. . C. IIukably, the ucwly elected Delegate from the proposed Terri tory of Lincoln, whkh includes the Mack Hill country, is in town, urging its early organization upon tho attention of Con gress. Tho proposed territory corapria upward of one hundred miles square, and now has a population of nearly thirty thou sand, principally voter. Sir. Bricarly has host of friends in this District. Repeal or tho Itefiuiiiiitlon Acf. We bare not partlsaulzed this measure on either side for tho reason that it Is our de sire that the wisest and best course toward the business Interests of the country shall be pursued. It is desirable that the ucs tlon of resumption shall be scttleel at the earliest possible moment with safety to our national credit. The business interest of the people are held in tearful stupm-v by this question. The doubt as to whether it ball come Ht the time named by Uw, or earlier, or later, has n depressing cflet ujKm trade, commerce, and manufacture, tor nterpriw has not the courage to fftartout on more extended paths until the rlsls is passed. The hoaidlngof more than one hundred millions of coiu in the Treasury vault, to meet this exigency when it shall come, withdraws and withholds to that ex tent this important ekment to bu'diir This money would be let loo-o if reunii tion should come, and we are Arm in the conviction that we tould safely enter upon rosuinptiou on the ilrst day of January next, If the time was not defined at n period something over a year hence and held at that point by the arbitrary precisions of law. The Government of the United Htateahas to-day, unless we are mistaken, a larger per eentage of coin in relation to its p.iper than tho Bank of England has had for years. This coin i now shut out from use, und Is of no more value to the buiiueis Interests of the tountry than so many pounds of pig iron. It Is Important, therefore, that this Urge amount of money slrould go forth to useful now, instead of remaining hidden iu the vaults of the Treasury; and we enter tain the conviction that tho passage of the liver bill would place the country In pos mion of ioiu,or the representative thereof, to fortify the Government agnitut any do mand for redemption that would arise, If resumption should lie attempted imme diately after the coinage of silver was torn me need and became a factor In our par cir culation. With the small margin existing between gold and piper to-day, the experi ment of resumption is not hazardous, and the sooner it is attempted the sooner the dread of iU consequences will be over. The shock that Is so much apprehended will not be perceptible, and confidence and hope will be restored to the marts of business and trade quite speedily. It is the fear of con sequences that now disturbs the avenues of enterprise and circumscribes its limits. The South ou Nenator Morion. The public life of a public man Is a proper subject foreriticlsm. ThUlsall tliattheftnitu has don in the cane of Morton. It was a right and a duty. It violated none of the pro prieties of human conduit. If the South had rejoiced that a Larerr ic full of injury mud Iu- tustice tuber had ccasel, who would have lamed her? But she did not. Hit journals simply criticised his public career and left his jirirate characterwitbout comment. This was the bin host charity, and fully as much as could have been expected from a people whom he pushed lila lire In defamltg. 'Augutta (in.) Vhrumcle mrf entintl. The above Is guttered in defense of the bitter, und In some instances le.istly, as saults made by the Southern press upon the memory of Si nator Mortov since his de cease. It justifies thise nftsaulta under the charge, hi substance, that the life of the great war Governor of ludlana, and latet Benator, was a career full of injury and in justice to the South, litis is the indict ment; now as to the proofs. Senator Moufux was Gouruor of tho State of In tlbtm during the war against rebellion. 9(u was faithful to his trust. He not only rcsihUd sedition in his own State during that period, but sent to the Held under the bid flag more than one hundred tbous.jd men Was this the injury ami injusthe to the South nf which the Chronicle complains, now that the noble pat not and defender of the Union has gono to liU final nst? If aof then the entire North wns guilty of injury mid injustice to the Couftdernte States whin it saved tho Union and preserved the Hepublio from overthrow If that Is wiong and unjust Intheeyts of the South to-day, reconstruction is of no aiount the spirit of rebellion ha not 1m en pl.ua ted, PaclAcution la a sham, and leiomillation is impossible. The situation under this Indi cation has not and will uot ho, fro long as the present generation lasts, uccepted in good, benefit, and lojnl hi arts. Alter Senator Mom ON entered the Senate of the United States, he invariably iusieted that the South should respect and observe the terms and law u of reconstruction. He never demanded more at tho hands of the South ern people, uor would be consent to accept less. He denounced, as every humane per son everywhere has done, tho brutalities and outrages practiced at the South to se cure political control of the late Insurgent Atntcs in the bands of the Democratic, which is numerically the minority, part(v in that sect ton. He opponcd these oflVnvs upon patriotic and philanthropic premises, and though bis utterances may have rung tnharmoniously in the ears of the unreconciled, thry helped to swell tho great national anthem of equal rights to all citizens iwfore the law. These were his offenses while in the Senate, and If they are now to le flung in the faces of the UnloQycoplc of Ibis nation In Justification ofhltterund scandalous assaults upon his memory as n Union statcstu in, the milk of pac location curdles under the bitter animos ities that now rankle in the hearts of those who are only playing the hvpwrlte when they pretend to n icpect fur the Union mid Constitution which they failed to destroy by an appeal to arms. This hypocrisy is dally cxnsed in the tone and temper of the South by their assaults upon the noble men who stood firmly by the mine of the Union during the war, and who have cluce de manded tint the terms of the peace that en sued shall be obsened bj those who viclded to it ostensibly in good faith. We ran say to the Chroniitf, or any other journal or citizen of the South, that the peopleof the North have no tUMrc for nnj other than relations of amity with those of the South; but they will uot remain rllcnt when every important principle that hlngts upon this peace is violated by the action of the Southern people. All that Is required Is that the terms of the settlement of our past difliuiltles shall be olwrvcd. The rights of eerycitiren in the South, Irre spective of birth, color, or distinction iu life, must bo respected, to doe the mouth of criticism and protest nt tho North. When that end Is reached, there will be no sectional lines, no cause of difference or unfriendliness of feeling Hut every infraction of the principle of right nnd justice on the part of tho South will be met with such terms nud In stub spirit ns the oflciw demands. If we are to live to gether iu n national brotherhood, it Is well that wc should mutually accommodate our selves iu all sections of the country to the terms nud requirement of the adjustment of our nnpleaiuntncw at the clone of the war. A Heriteil Compliment. Our renders will rememltcr that ou the Zd of I'ebruary lat the l'reneh bark l'cabod was stranded on Ship Island, in Mississippi Sound, and that the vessel and crew, compoMcel of tlxteen person, were? saved by tho skill and intrepidity of the officers and men of the United States revenue steamer Dix, commanded by Lieut. I) F TeiziEH. As a recognition of the services so oppor tunely rendered, Trusident MacMahov, in July last, awarded Ment. ToIKR a gold medal, which he cannot receive without the permission of Congress. The attention of Col Hook i.n, Congress man for the sea-coast district In Mississippi, was recently called to the matter by Gen. Hunt, the efficient and popular collector of customs, under whose observation the gal lant act wm performed, and be at once in troduced ft joint resolution authorizing Lieut. Toikk to reeeive the medal. Ou thesamo day Itepresentatlve Dahrfli., of Louisiana, proposed a joint resolution ten dering to the officers and men of tho steamer Dix the thanks of Congress for their praiseworthy conduct on thU occasion. Doth resolutions are meritorious, unel will be passeel without delay auel without oppo sition Who would have stipposod that little Sweden owned one of the Antilles? It ap oars that she has held the inland of St. Ikirtholemew against all comers for the past seventy-five ears. Recently she has sold tho island to France for 21,000 francs. This Is certainly a cheup purchase, for France gains on excellent port In the Weht ladles, and no one rises to object. Tevxeskee Is new agitating tho qnestlon, not of repudiation exactly, but how much of its &taW debt it can get rid of paying under a oompromisu with its creditors. An offer of settlement at sixty per cent, has been madoby the creditors, and the people are now chaffing over It.wlth a vlow of having the percentage cut down to a lower figure; but the Knoxvltlo Tnbnnt advises the people that tke quebtion Is at sixty per ccut. or nothing. We have no doubt the tax payers would prefer nothing as the basis of ad justment. We have received from the Commissioner of the Railways and Roads Department of the Vic torian Government of Australia, Air. John Woods, a copy of his report of the working of that Department for the half year ending December 31, 1870. From t hi J report It ap pears that Victoria has 702 miles of railway In operation, and 2j9 miles more In progress With the exception of two of the lines, (nil of nblchare comparatively short,) all pay good dividends on tho cost of construction. The report Is a model one, going into all the details of the operation of the railway, rnoviOLNeE In its mercy Lath seen fit to scourge tho people of India with famine. From time to time thu press of this country hft4 given full actouuU of the sufferings of thebe people with this terrible InSictiou. It Is now fortunately drawing to a close. Rains have fallen abundantly in inauyof thefaminc stricketi districts. Hrltinh India, where most of the fa nil no districts exist, has large rivers, and tho amount of waterwhlch aunuslly ruus away und Is lost in the buy ot tho Indian Oetau Ufeufllilent to Insure a good crop in all thomi thirsty and famlne-Htriikui district, enuldlthe (onduHd to and distrituted over them. If thu Url.tUh govirnnicnt turns its attention to iirtiGuiftl Irrigation, It will doubtless find it a cheujT method of feeding the people of India than to tuise money at home for the purchase of food. t In the mean time heaven should be thanked that starvation hath ceased in that unhappy country. CuiCiciu still rotuins its title of the wlek edeat city. One of Its leading journals--tho 7 iw-publishes a list of fifteen banks-and cigliteen Insurance companies which, It says, "havo burst in Chicago within a few yeirs, and which were proved by an examination of their remains to have been little littler than swindles." Amoug the banks It mentions the Franklin, which could not pay ten per cent , the Bank of Chicago, with liabilities about one third of a million aud assets nothing; the Btate-streot Savings Bauk, with liabilities $10,000 aud aiwets $), and so ou through the list. The insurance conpanies make no better skew, the highest dividend uaeutloned being , sixteen per cent., the lowest nothing. The Ttmrt is certainly Justified in calling this a "shameful record." The worst feature of It is that no one has been held responsible for the frauds unquestionably committed In connec tion with tliese corporations. What Is there In tho nature of the scientists that luako them, as a rule, so cold to all that portion of the human race outside of their own charmed and enllghtenedclrtleT It does seem as if they took delight Iu giving lnfor nation that ever sends a cold thrill through the less enlightened. Tho Astrouomer Rojal of the ltojal OWrvstory of Scotland has gone and mapped out a ery cold whiter for Great Britain, and preMimaMy for Ibis country. It Is aiserted that he (the A. It.) has studied waves of heat and cold for a period of over thtrty-nlne isrs, and finds that tlio next cold wavo Is due at the end of the present jiar, when ery frigid nialher ina Ik? looked for. Our eaperlciue has lccn that frigid went her generally comes along aliemt the time Indicated; but then this wave thnt Is spoken of, and all that sort of thing, may be tumuthlng new. In some shuddering remarks on this subject the lWton W awerts that tlie average ((ranger will put more faith hi the mmkrat I him in the combined astrono mical faculty of Grtat Britain. rrxshmratomplalu bitterly of the fre qmnt BiKpeiiphni of their quarterly lurmcuts, nt the Instance of somo misrhief-msker or member of the special service, who supectii something wrong or pretends to have good grounds for sik h suspicion. These pretende d supicions are often filed by oftlclals for the purpoitnof niprewilng the minds of their su periors with their great vlglhnee, in tho hopo ttiat promotion may grow out of It, or that they may be sent ofT on a trip to hive-sttgate the matter. Acomumnkatlou now before us m.vsi "The action of the I'emlou-Ofilco In withholding on frlvolou pretexts the pensions of hundreds of poor helpless men who are dc lcndentfor tbeirdsily bread on their little al hmauec Is most reprchensil le." Tho writer Intimates that these siipcnslons are made at the instigation of selfish parties, fur their ovtu benefit, and concludes that "It Is to 1w hoped th it the Gov eminent w ill not, for the sake of giving employment to clerks, starve the poor soldiers." Officials who will wantonly Inflict the ouxlety, expense, sorrow, and privation in volved In a coutctt upon a poor iensioncr, without Jut cause, should be relegated to pri vate 11 fo at once. mnsayAT Tfhrk Haute now has two United States Senators. "" Mr. lHnwiv is to reclve the degree of Doctor of I.aws from Cambridge. In these days of literary piracy it's a wle pun tliat knows Its own father. 9n Jpvvett, tho actress, is also a poet; also a prim eonversatlouist. Sti rt Ronsov says all our leading actors havo worked at the printer's caso. Nmvtov Booth never marries! because he does nut Klieve hi whipping children. I.tZ7lKl'ot F., of Fort hud, aged seven, has be-in fatally poisoned by a painted slate pencil. A MF.MDFR of an lltlnols jury that cou vlctcdamau of a capital otfense has become tusauc. Sittin'U Bi'tr. and Chief Joseph read with pleasure the action of the House on reducing the army. W L. Huvify. of Indiana, has been ap pointed ton first-class clerkship In the Post- utnee uepartment. A oru Kuclisbmin. a son of the minter William Gale, has been murdered near Jeru-1 snlem by native. Gov. Ci'itovi's thanksgiving proclamation carries oft the palm. It calls plainly for tur key, and plenty of it. Thf. Clnclunatl fbrtisfreiasays that Impu tations uio i Gen Howard's personal courage aro simply Infamous. MisHein I'dttfr Introduces snugs and character-acting into her lecturo course, and has made a decided hit thereby. Mrs. MeNuiA". of Chatham, Ont , aged eI(ihtvfour, committed suicide yesterday by Jumping from a thlrd-ntwry window. Insane. HFVnv F. TAiTon,the expert who was en gaged to examine the at counts of the Tweed ring, testifies that he was paid 103,000 for his serviecs. R. W. ALrXAVDFB, of Indiana, has been ap pointed special Hgent of the Post-Ofllce, and de tailed for duty as assistant superintendent of rallna) mail service. Gov. Cvrroil. of Maryland, has signed the death warrant of Henry Norfolk, convicted of the murder of his w Ife. Ho Is to be hauged on Friday, the 21 st of Dee ember noxt. Mr U Minor. 8. Bikor. late superintendent of jtostal railway service, Is lying very 111 in this city. Mrs. Baugs, who was in Chicago, was telegrapht-d for on Thursday night. In Refute street. Allcjrhany City. Pa . three children or air. f-na wcro severely burned by mo explosion cii acoai ou can. uneoi inem has died, and another Is In a critical condition. Willi e sutfe rins under delirium, from fever. John Waguer, of No. 1020 Lawrence street, Philadelphia, leaped from the attic window of his residence-, l. anil 1 sustained injuries which re- suited In death. Mrh. Brooks, tho artist in butter, has been moulding to the mnslo of a big organ at a Western exposition a companion-piece to her "Dreaming lolanthe" a man's head, called "The (Joining Man." Mr. 1. R. Anthony, of the Leavenworth (Kansas) Ttmet, writes to a friend In this city, aiking him toeipose the fraud of one A. Leib seheltz, who attempts to pau himself off as a representative of that paper. Cait. John Belciiur, who was a famous turfman aud owner of the Fairfield (Va ) race course, died Saturday, in the eighty-first year of his age. "Red Rye" was one of the many famous horses he formerly owned. Slippery Dick Coxxoly, the ring Comp troller of New York, eajs that under the laws of Switzerland neither u transcript of Judg ment nor a requisition can reach idm, und he proposes tollvoanddie at his chateau, near V'ev ay. Jamks Qruio died at Wheeling on Tuesday, aged seventy years. He was a contractor on the Washington branch of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad In tho years 14-10, 137, and IHSi. hiueu lrtTil he has been a respected citi zen of Whetting. KKNixni Rossi is not coming to America. Affording to the Italian papers he will remain iu Italy until the end of the carnival seiuon; then he goes it Vienna. Biiibaiost, and Klew; and iu tin spring of ItCH ho Is ei pec ted iu bt. IMcrtdiurg, where he made a great success last year. Gov. Vaxc. iua it tent address at a fair in North Caiollna, spoke of the large number of fairs that usitl to be held m the Mate, as com mm id with the iirtMiit. and nave his unluiun ery decidedly that hurso-racing, three-card inoute, and prizf-candy were the three things that have killed tliem. Tin: will of Henry Metggs,tho South Aineri euurailrowl king, has boon nude public. He directs that all hit cou tracts shall be curried on b a directory, composed of two of his sons, awm-iu-law aud throe others, and the profits arUlug therefrom shall be divided among his heirs. The- funeral services of Mr. Muiggs were very Imposing, Mb. Jami,sT, DuBois, formerly an associate editor of the National Rkpuiilican, and re cently connected with the Aflfiontif Vnion in the same eapaclty, has resigned his position on tiie Utter Journal to accept a consular apwint meat at Aix la Chappelle, Germany. Mr. Du Bois Is a gentlemsu of good attainments, high character, and will reflect credit upon the pro fession of Journalism, the country and himself in any capacity ho may be called to fill either at home or abroad. He will sail for his des tination on the 15th proximo, and take with him the best wishes of his fellow Journalists and hosts ot friend. An Vprlfht J u dee III Idea of "Controlled Labor. ClIARLXSTOir, 9. O., Nov. 10. On Monday last the November term of the Circuit Court for Charleston County was opened with a charge to the grand Jury by judge Thompson II. Cooke. After tho usual general instructions upon their duty, the Judge called the attention of the grand Jury to the fact that there were many idlo negroes In tho county, and urged tho application of the old ante-bet turn vagrant law, which hf said was still upon the statute-books. In slavery times It was do signed for free negroes and wandering Yankees it csn no used for the same purpose again. The rulers of South dtrollni have deter mined to "control labor." The negro who will not work must be made to work, and work for us at our own price. For years there has been tt outdo In the rice fields. Strikes have inter ft red with profits and at last almost suspend ed the lutturo of that staple en this coast. cntier leaineni miesucn lusurmruinsiion oi ia tmrers was difficult to dcil with; but now that we have "home rule" there is hope for a return of prosperity to rice planters. Tho planters' combination can ho revived, and tho coast can share w Ith Ilgcfield and Parens in the PfNl FITS fF "LABOR RFFOBM." Taking advantage of the present large sup ply of labor, the rice-planters haveVlnmud for next year's operations. That which failed un der Chnmltemtu will he sureisflfutlv wrried out under Hampton. All labor mut be by contract for a 3 ear; no land is to is- sold or rented; no rations to be lnicd; wagtsto be fixed at forty cents per day for tho full hnnd for four daj s In the week, the other two days to co for rent of c-ahlu : nav me nt to be made on tickets, redeemable, In &) In inomy, but In goods st the planter's ntore at sight: n vio lation of contract by the latarcr to be made a misdemeanor, subjecting him to a sumnwy proccodins iwiore a trial Justice, the penally on conviction as a vagrant Wing thirty or more da) s' hard labor, under the alignment of (he justice; no agricultural pmhnts to Ihi purrhascd from nrgriM-s, and no negro to bo implored without a cert I fit ate of good charac ter from his former employer. Any negro un willing to submit to them) conditions, found upon the land of another, or upon the public highway, to be Judged to be a vagrant and punUlicd as above. it is such asystim oi "CONTROLLH LABOR" which Judge Cooke Is now determined to en force Under it Charleston land-owners fondly and confidently look fur a return ot that pros perity wnicii Uiey once enjoyed as the result of the system of shivery. Alter exhausting this subject. Judge 1 homp- son H. Cooko proceeded to call the attention ot the era mi jury to the fait that lu Klchlaud County the grand Jury had found Indictments Against nearly every leader of the party which lately ruled the State, and urged them not to lag behind In the good work. Hu concluded hi tho following terms, whleh have never, it Is safe to say. Is en equal lid lu shamelessncss by any Judge since Jitlre.vs: To pursue and bring to punlxbment the Repub lican pulilolft who limy be sillily of crime mir be U nominated base tmrrimiude on the part of iouthcrn Lcmocrati b ihin accustomed to "wave the bloody ihlrt" Hut It l horrible to even enter tain the thought thst the President of the Fulled State, who now occupier- tho oesl one e graced and adorned by Vah1iiUon Adams, Jellemon. aud a host of other great spirits lu the tl ij s of the repub He's Infancy, shuiiM ad rot to the condoning of murder at Ilamburfr or al Kllcnton. If the Dcmr cratlc party should fall lu i ni ute the thieves mho uireeucRRiM in rouiiiiig jour fiaie miring the laot eight ) ears Murder and ukskI nation to bo rnnd)ncd for tho trluie of the-ft? shocking! Oh. horrible thought t I would In i hnrlty fain be lieve thUbtatement untrue But, vrhoiher true or not, )our duly Is plain and nntutstakRble; and, al though the howl of persecution may l usned te jour ears on eviry brrere that weeps from the North jouwlll fearlessly aud faithfully discharge your duty. IIFRKTIUB 1NFAMOVS JftXlF. exhorts the jury to pursue Republican patri ots, aud coarsely sneers at the President be cause he has been credited with wishing for a mutual agreement to avoid political prosecu tions. This Judge, at Ortntrcburc. a few weeks ago, stimulated tho indictment of several Ro-1 publican county oniciai; hut the petit Jury In torn pnuia hrnn ait In br.tli.ta nf "nAl millln." whereupon the Judgo anurily dismissed the Juries from further attendance upon that terra, anu uirecicn tne jfistrict Attorney to prepare new indictments, to be ready for tho next term, when more subservient Juries can probably be secured. And jet our new United States District At torney, Northrop, appointed by President Hayes as a Republican, on the recoramenda ttou of Hampton, has selected this Judge Thorn pw)n II. Cooke as his assistant. Well, Cooko is just us much a Ropubtlcau as Is Northrop, and they are fair samples of the kind of Southern Rcpubllcaus who are accept ublo to Southern Democrats; but It is quite easy to see that when the President appoints one of them It docs not seem to tho rank aud file of the Republicbns of tbo South that they had gained anything. IT IS UARD TO FFEIORATFrUL to President Hajes for such gifts. We have Jut learned here that we aro likely to have still another such Hampton Re- fiubllcan apjKlntment, and that of a far more mpo-tnnt character. Judge Bryau, of the United Mates DUtrict Court, ft is said, will soon retire upon the full pay for life guaran teed to Federal Judges passlngthelrseventleth year upon the bench. Hampton has selected Judge T. J. Maikoy to fill this life position aiso as a lu-puuncau. ine election or tills mountebank to a judneshlD bv the Renub- ueaus wua scarcely less oi an outrage man the elect t"n of Moses. It was done at the same time and was part of tho same reckless and cor rupt combination. Mackcy strongly advocated the election of Wbipper and Moses, and did as much to corrupt and mislead the colored Republican of the State as any man in it. He was also the tint to desert them in time of need. He joined tho cohorts of Hampton early In the last canijMifgn, aud urged thorn by word nud deed to acts of violence and ter ror. He has since persecuted Republicans with all ths zeal of a new convert. He bracts that every Republican official has been DBIVKV FitOM HIS CTSCUIT, No man Is so much detested by the colored people of the State, and they would. if consult ed, Iraploro tho Proshlent to give them an upright aud learned Democrat, lather than sueh a runcgudo. ins appointment, however, is regarded as certaiu here. It would be auother commen tary on civil-service reform. Northrop, before ho could qualify as District Attorney, was obliged to 'iavo a member of the bar move for his admission to practice. After which little formality he spread his commission as legal represcutatiroof the United States upon the records nf tho court. Mackoy, If anything, exceeded this. lie was admitted to the bar after he had U on elected to the bench. XEIlVLAi OFJiXWS. A-f ice thing on ice a pretty girl slcatlng. Lap-t year Tngland Imported over $10,300,- ow worth olegu. A ri-nw manufactory Is to be established at Uiuitauoogu, leou. Two thousand bushels of chestnuts have been shipped from Johnstown, Pa. KlXTt thomaud pounds of dried fruit have 1m. eu thlppctl this suison from Whitesburg, Tcun. Titttl'ahlfornla wheat exporst in October einnracru uiuen cargoes, oi oer,tcr centals, valued at $1,417,143. Ttifc bullion product of the principal mines of the l'aclllu coatt during the nine months ending HtPtcmber 30, lb77, was $Jd,03J(700 nearly nan oi it goia. s Rreslau, Prussia, a Buoccssful attempt has breu made to erect a paper chimney about Mity leet uign. up a cnemicai pieparaiion mi paper is rendered impervious to fire or water, A oeand exhibition of butter, cbeeee and eggs will be held at Chicago, December 18 and M. Premiums to the ameunt of $J,000 are of fered, nud competition Is open to tho dairy men of the world. Tub Mobllo (Ala,) Remitter says that what the South wants now is a population of farm ers, and says that to commence as a farmer In that section demands but a very small outfit and only cUUl eneogh to support life ome rear at nosf UstVXF.Htr.STS. The National. The Itess English Opera Company will give the tost performances of an altogether too brief season this afternoon and evening. That sparkling work, 'Tho Chimes of Nor mandy," will bo given for the matinee, and at night Auber's always welcome oera "Fra Dlarolo." Both announcements will no doubt be highly ncceptablo to the public. It Is a matter of regret that this fine com pany could not remain another week. Tho attcndance.whlch commenced only moderately, In consequence of a degree of uncertainty on the part of the public as to the strength of the new company and the attractions offered In the new repertoire, has steadily Increased, until ?;ood scats havo become scarce unless applied or at an early hour. Ro good an impression as Mr, Hess has made here during his brief visit has rarely been equalled, and, as a natural consequence, the oarly return of his brilliant and finely organized company willboanxlously looked for, "Chimes of Normandy" at the matinee, and "Fra Dlavolo " to night. MIm Fmma Tlttirsby. Tills wonderful songstress and charming young lady, who Is now tho sensation In musical circles, has been engaged by Mr. C. 1. Hess for a concert tour, and will appear at Lincoln Hall In tlds city ou the evenings of Monday and Tuesday, November CO and 37. The last concert was originally announced for Wednesday, but Mr. Hess has, for prudential reasons, concluded to give them both on con secutive nights. Thcso entertainments will be tho most enjoyable to the cultured musical class of anything wo are likely to havo this seoion, for, beside the opportunity afforded to listen to this most wonderful )oung eunta trice, the public w 111 enjoy the prlv I lege of bearing the exquisite v oiccs of Mass end Carle ton, and of witnessing the performances of the great pianist, Mr, H. G. Watt, who has recently edcctrlfied New York AthlsChickcrlng Ilsll recitals. The contralto of tho troupe Is Mi Anna Beeve.a young New York lady, whoso singing Is highly commend ed. Tho company will apiear in Now York, Brooklyn, aud Baltimore next week. Mr, Wvm has shown excellent judgment In offering the strongestattracttonsat moderateprlces. Every iHhly can aQord to go and hoar the great Thursby. Tltratre Comlque. There will be a matinee this afternoon, and a grand performance to-night, closing a very successful week fur the management, as well as the numerous novelty artists engaged at this very topular place of resort. There will lie a full bill of attractions next week, and we are sure that contiuued success will follow the endeavors of the management to please the numerous patrons of the Comlque. More Policy Nytnptoms. FREDRRKkSBURO, A., NoV.ll. 1877. The splendid policy of our excellent Presi dent was a grand aud magnificent failure to far as tlds county was concerned. The regu lar conservative ticket, bolstered by Hon. Elli ott M, Braxton, who received His Excellency on tho occasion of his passage through here on his way to Richmond, is defeated by about l.V) majoilty; this, too, In A county which lias given as much as (00 majority. Braxton and lesser lights made their dying effort the night before election, and although he told the people that night what an admirer of Mr. llsyes he was, they did not forget the outrageous speech he had made here a few months ago, when ho denounced the Government and all in au thority as bloody usurpers who had trampled upou the rights of tho South. Mr. Hayes may learn from the result of thetltctloti here how his policy Is regarded, and In what esteem the gentleman is held who willingly accepted the honor of welcoming him, who but a short time ago was so hoartlly despised by Mr. B. and his to i lowers. The gentleman elected to the Legislature from this county Is a Conservative of lilieral views, and has voted In tiroes past for Repub licans. We could havo as cosily elected a Re publican as the gentleman who was chosen; but, impressed with tho Idea that tho Presi dent's policy In tho South Is to make no fight against the opposition, we concluded to gHo It a fair trial and hold aloof from making any regular fight. Out of a voting strength of 100.000 In Virginia the vote of tho Republican party will not be, iu my judgment, equal to 85,000 tho result of the present pollcv. For tho future It will be less unless "inv policy" un dergoes a change REPUBLICAN. As a funeral cortege was making its way along ttmcrowded streets the other day, a boot black called to a companion: "Hey, Jack, what big gun is dead nowt" "Taln't no rich folks," replied Jack as ho looked down thu street. " 'Taln't, eh I Well, Just look at them twenty-eight backs I" " That's what I was looking at that's how I know It's some common man. Rith folks don't koer what folks say, but poor folks box big funeral processions to deceive tho public". Free Pret. MAHltWlP. PX)VI DUKFV.-At Baltimore, Heptember 2ft, mi, by the. lUv, K. II. -uUmi, Mr ltottuaTk. Uoyoiu MkM Uahy k- Durrv,alluf lUUuty. lieiWAUIl-LtlTZ. OdTumIiv. Nuvn.w 11 l Leeaburv. LrtliflKvV.lt. H. Keunedy, CcmrNT II. JIowaho, ui VVanMnuton, D, C., to Auoik M umitiiei u, i.n. uuu, unj , vi imuuuuii vuuitirl , nu iwun. II- MIDnLKTON-WlIlTVrXI..-Oii Nnvnihorni. ir7, atlhe AKceiiHlon C'h rch.by He v. John J.llloit, 11.1 r.i.iui Hinui.i,iun iu niii anna tVixiD. daiif liter oi J. C Whit well, AU of this elty, 2t wood-bfai.u-bv tn Rev. Henry Nice, at the of November, 1877. Cuablu Wood and (Jathahimk UULU HOWELI-On Thurada, November IHauukl n How nu ltelallvi and friend nf tiis rmllv ara lnvlljwl Li ailfiid itlafuiieraToiiHaturday, 17Ui lindane, at Utrve otiotK p ui.frum iiLilHiereiidciicr, aa ejay, corntr eireen sirm-t, tleurKetowa. P.AI.INa3.-n theevenlnsof the nth of No. TnnnT.hi. 12.1 p.m, afur allnirerlnir lllnenc. wiiitii tut uor wito true unriBllau nilili, r liaukth T. onlvdituxhter ot J own a i. and Martha r.lUu liD(4, ued iwttnlv four yeiira. lu-Uthettand friends ol the family are reMpe-ctfully Invlul toHltn I her funeral, iruut Urn resulfiuttof htrpureuu Twentiitli atreet norlhwettt, on Hun dny afternoon, the Ibtli liiKUnl.at InooeJuek. iu neral wrvict-a silh Weatern lteiibyterlan C1niri.li, II Btrtt-t, between Nlnetesnih and Iwenileth sireetn, at itV p, rn 1UCKMi,-Buddcinlv,atTroy,N Y.. Vr Maitricr TircKks, formerly oi WmUlutftou, 1), C , In the fort) ninth j ear oi hm tw.o. WifruN-etnrsoemb?r.l'i77tFLlZAHKTHVM.-uM, an old reaiutoiof VVbaliliiaiuti, buloed aUter of Henrietta Short and W Ulutm J Wilson. Her funeral will taktt fCM from ARbnry CTiareh, Sunday, Isnembar IMh at elnveu a tn frrleiidi and relatlreN are rcreci fully Invtleri to uitend WILLIM-O i rldy, November IS, 1877, iu thretta. m , c'laha Willim, iormtrly Heck, In tiitrlhlrty nlaih yer of her age. 1-uneral will laktt place at her lute reMdi nr. 1 i2S Kvmih Mrwt tnirihtM, on Hundity,ai2 Oo'ilmk. ltelulivtsaiuimeuds are reapeclfully liivlud lout Und. MAfJOMB. In lleorsetown, on Wednesday, No Tembvr H. la7. at llirea oclixk. Riciiaku A. Ma com h. In tht thirty flltu yvut vr Urn ne, Jlflailreaand itlfiidaof the aully urs respectfully Invitndlu attend hla ruiuml, fnnii Iua J.t rt-nldenee, lu VVublRgion atrettt, ou Munday, at thiee o'tlork HMi:itTAIaKltS. 1XOK1NT. COIINFR Itril AND U HTRKrJTH NORTIIVVIiT, lut (lnworH idwavi on hand VIOI.KTM ItnsK, BUlttt Ac. a iM-clalty, Moral DilnJiof hU klmln iui w t'liifi nt miuh tium.it, III11J-III1 HEAD! HEAD! HEAD R. W. BARKER, NO. 613 H.F.VKNTH HTRhE'r NORTH WKHT, iia inn reoniveaan aaaonmentoi L,"AKl7lo ironi Hie follow Inc relebrated manufiulurfrtt htlfiiKS VM. IIACKETT, Ua Ninth str Mi, W. W. J oejO-Sm other i it . 747 riAMOtb itrssl oeiLhwsa-t 81IX'IAI NOTICr.N. AS-MtrXlllKf-SlVK PriltlTllAf MJCIKTY. Bholdon s Awtmbly Hnnm on Kstrret, has hern eif g(l for Urn urn oft hi wall If. OunfWstiOt meeting on HUM DAY. NorimUr IS. si elTf m. in. and sevnp.m. lltixlnsi nirettng at 12. "B a, m. All the membtiri of the sswtitlve borl and all the subscrib ing nndntlier meiniNirt of th o ltr ar rnrriestiy norlS-St I'ri-oclpnl r-THKNATIONALBAKEDKIIWITCOMl'ANY, enrner Nrw York avenue and HfWnlb strsttt, oppwlt thu Treasury I'tpnrtnirnt, Hr ann burg lar proof Mft. I ajr and nlht watchmen. Itent or mxra inmi . 10 pt r annum, mivpi piw inn wux t mo1 rats rates Prfl1antt (UOIttlk X v. Itr.BNYDKn, ecnUrv. m RANnrnRim rrunte win riTinmr Pierce's (lnldn tJlwnTerr. and all bla other msdt etnni for sals al CtoughUn Temple lrag Hlore. HS WTWFNTY DIFFFHFNT KtNOT OF TRO CI IKS and lornrw for throat and lung dlfUniltlpt old st Ontigldln lmg Wore. Mivonlc 1 pnipl. wall -TBKI.AUOrlTARSORTMKNTOF TOILKT nnoiutr nnxTvi ror maw' mm in in ciij ai ewifii llu sTemole Drug Hlor. . OLn N0,i O" KX1I1B1TION fKsw No. SrtS V AND BALE -J JS Tth t ) at (RiUn. w, HI A It K It I T K n H Frw Art Ualleryasd store, No. CM street north- Choice OU Paintings, Kngmvlnmi, Chromos Ac. oon i m. PISimt. lUnn,Nalt4 Ao..1nthi . Nalt Ac In the Dktrlcl. ff-TKK&Lf UAHH. If ojw rtmeniiwr name and numbtr. JM-t1m -IHIMrHItKrfl 8PECIFICT, POND'B KI t Dnti srajritTirt patkmt fftTKEM bole and Itkt'L FltOTECTOlW mnk jour shoes tant twice s long, aiid proTsnt ynu fretn slippliig. For saltln ail ihe luwRlorea, sad by the lim'oior, 1 1 hlwt nortnwaHL )nir T ! ui:li;khs notic'i:w, raHNlnK3Al.lSTRr,KVirC8-KRV.At.KX, -ATi.rvnrLArii(mni-KpRVirc-4iNvir I.AUDlIAt I, onHttNItAY.stlls.m.lythflpMter, Kcv. (lay Mrl'dulfy. H4-otlrrt tl.e public eotdiuliy mviiru. nuniMTHMJivoi, jr mii FBKK RKJDIVO ROOM". PARI-Olts AND CX)V- VFltSATHIX ItOOM. Opeu dAlly, except Htm iy. from a. m. to 10 p. m Upon on BiuMly from s to? p.m. DAILY MTKTINns. Noonday meeting fmmiJlV iolkV; erenlog meet Ing rroni t to 7 o'clot k. min da ymT nv irra. OoRpel idn ting In Llnrnln If all at tl) p. m t snort ad dmnmhyyouigmrn. Hundny esnlngsnlce Irom 0 lo7oclock. I-venlnw1y loli I, orO ItOO.MN FOIt Hi: N'T. Ij1URNIJIirD R0OM1 KR KKNT AT 1121 K . nlisrl, nithliiaxiunra of Hi tourtrenth mrtt and FntreHean.snd of Wormltr s, Vpktr nan I the Arlington. nol- fliAIWl 1JVOR ItENT-A I.AROE BACK PAttLOK. $.'-0 pet month, with im of Hie frunl pttrlor, and hoard lor two Inoluded. No, 2111 reaiiHylratila ave nue. null 6t K1.K. N hTHKin1 H)R RnNT-PARLOR tTTlU inlonl rooin, eommiinlrallngi tab st tirhMl. i n npcniid fliMir i ran pnnM I nii rntirprin nfRhtorliood. Alio, room and board for sing la gn. iiMnnni prirnteiami y. noijii vi-vii nwr utfL ivvituviciiLii tt t tT rt Ai.ri iir.il-iiuiui iiiiiiciiiii i iiimmi, 1- hw room, and drrwlrg room, with hot an I cold watrri Dity wimiowt romtniriH in r.uniii iioiinvt Kinall. qult-t fUndlyj K) per month. No. ?ft) 1 lilr hvnthatrwtN. W, nol2-lm QfiQ QIHAND UI i TWFI.FTII HT hvrn nt eonsrr and Nimnxrr ran olitstn TOR RRVT-FL1AICTLY AND NEWLY-FUR- UTV. nifnt. itndtxtnvpnltiit to hotel. ilrpMkrntt rnrnlhl el trdMilrrd. llandttonimt section nf lh my. r mrt can pans the door both way. No, au rwtentevitla treel K. W he-twefii II and I strwcw. nos-lin Qi lO il STREET NORTH YVEST.-FOll RhNT, Otll plr-aant south front rooms, wllh buard, lthr uaumlwil or permanent, alio, table-board. octtf 904.906 D908-KrS5RS ifandaomitty fiirnlohed room vrilh flrl-rliv Uh board. No. Soj 0S and SOS FOUR1XKNTH nt. op- wiiv w iMitiiwt.iii iNiinr, onm ui iu iiiimi ei giuie iiuauouif, in ait renpucu, looerounu in tnt cily. mylMf ATKfiimltv. with or without Hoard, tit an 1 uirt lionkA. HiirrouudMl bv hMtuttnil rtmniljt. Ar. In oneof tba inottl dtslrabl and healthy parU of II1BUIJ, JkUUIWH ". V. IWI Mt WHO lOlllf KIIU wuriT, myiini I1M FMrort norlhwHMt. Itirita rnonu iii atilt. bemiUfully rurniahsd u amwnd ttnor. tlnt-c ast hnuitaMltb mtMlrrn Improreineiits, with board and lodguit Itath rpomw ttc. oci2 tr TJ1URNIHFD H00MS-AT K INDIANA AVE- nANTlsOMELV FURMSItt.U ROOM, WITH HO HID, corner of New York avrntif and Flf UOVHKH, IpOtt ItENT-A F1VK RTORY DRICK IIOI'PK. In perfect ordnr. newly pidnted aud paprriHl with all modern eontenlent-i-M, loiillon Ni soa ) ctreet norlhwrnt. near ibr Tot and THlent Oiflw. I-orterratapply at7I3 Market Simra. WJJXIAM II. HI1.KV. nolSi m. Ulzn M. Kosher, mi Pint street, bciwean II Uh nnd lotouiac (leorji town. Ii. C', The i act I ullenilinior an) ontt seeking a fl rtL-claa rra demw I dtrrtUil tothU fop rtv. The huuan contains llftnn large rooms, wlna-cellur. oool vaulu, bet and cold waivr.yoaand all th tiulern Improremems, In iter fWe order. A Inrge rarden aurronndfl the I onne, nllnl Mitlinhalefind frulHrw. Tbnaltuatloii ofthepnm 1"mi Is considered among the most at-lert of Ueoraa town, mukhiR Ii one ot the moat delightful nwldenove ui uitt viiWKtvi ujiumuia. rur iitiih ivy'J' " IV, II tMULIT. noUSt Bt9MarktHpnc. FOR RKNT.-THREE-8TORY BRICK IIOCrlE. Iwy windows i nil mo lern lnprvemBti; Hire blorki from Ctiiltul llroundn. tA aud Sal per month to right kind of tenant. Iaiulra of J. B.AhCnFR, noO-tf Rooms 13 A Federal KulldlMgw, 7th AFiU, as "JiuiBiue- in uiuoutown. a inort whik from tha ear route, JIoiin ixutalna eight rooraa. wj plaiui trout, Ith barn, carrlttfthouie, wood Iioum, ban hoiiM, Ac, and two acre of jtroim 1, with chocs fruit, IiitjulreatSlS Fstrafi nor uwm. orthlf FOR IlKNT-THE NEW AND ELEeJANTLY llnUttaed reslteiiee. containing twelve rooma, Inquire of WM H riLKNl.Y. National Having! Uauk corner of Fifteenth titreet and New York av ocl i I LXIJ- ' 11 UI FOIt MALE. Hf IU. HUY tNE OF THK I1EPT KKS &JJf tktiranu In the city, on Pennsylvania av cnup, dnlngngotMl hunluenii with a larss houae If de aired nullum tor a boarding houne Licence granted aui (iieiip rem. inuuire or w. i. juiismjs, H4ivuih Btrei l north wmU TTtort HAl.EORl.XCHANaF-A THREE STORY a-' eicvi-n room nru k noime, wo JJJ u BtrtHit norm west, A pi ly on premise, or of 4 It AULIll' 11. nofl-lf Fedwral Iliilldlngn Tib and h m N W. wanti:i. WANTFIWIO RI-NT A rURNlHFP HOWE near the t apliol, on soniti line of treat ears, for whleh a good pries will Iw twld AdilreM. Fl U I'ATTON. no!7-3l Itoiiw ofHrnreiteniatUc! I. O. WANTU) 10 t-KII. OR EXCHANGE K(1R tliy pri perlva nluitlile bumnem projieiiylua lluurluhlng town hi Illtnola, Inquire of OWNER, nol-ftf 634 Penniylvmilaavtnua. WANTED hVLRYIiniiY TO TAIL AT THE llurenuor lnroimallon, tr-7 F itrctl, dwlrlng rooms f irnlMlMtl tin furnished board, Ac Also lu buy or ft II guodMofauydrnT t tlou In ft rmatlnntrfe jiomy JAUlJi U lllll J'.tetx All. WHO VUUK rilFlKHCill 10 KNOV? Uiebtxit onwditllarOLAMMlA rfvv-r actitiatflyfltilieliotheye at H It. PE9 HtTv HhMI'Ll II H, eiptlclMii, JU I'eiimi. ,i ' avenue N. VV'., cur lour-asd a-halfatrtfL ocM-ly r'j i1-11 'jg LOST AM FOUMK GS4 RLWAHDWIIXHKdlVFN FOR TH1SHF! X tirnofanlltlMH llltOWN HRKAtiTKI) RKU TOST CHECK FOR rORTY DOLLARS, ON -J RlKpi'tC'o datetl November IP, UT7. drawn by AitliiglDit Hr InMuranca Company, In favor oft lie enliile of Jod Bryaii. 'Ihe public in hereby i aaliMt rC(Jviug th aamii, payment bating puuuo n uert-uT rmti Rlop)Hl ntr ill OFFICE OF LINCOLN PARK LAND.-THI8 laud la bMiiilrully loudad, adjoining Unooln rmk.luwiuarwiws.Wii.wO, lOli lull, toll, 10M 1JJS, 10.KJ, IJJ7, loss 10 M, and lutl, will be aold In sqoarM or loLion otuy u-rmit. dfrrnd uayiuenu lecurMlat 7 Ljt-r -jL The lJnooln Park AMoeUUon conleni- rma -i iir -Jt the iati or nun nmeri wiumiu on maj ivii ui n' v '' ia t-iii root hy 1UOMvh M. 1'LuWMAN, AreMiecl. at hli DloAjZ) KatreV-t liorihweet, where all luloriuatlo can be oblalutd. uu4-ly J I'llHN. FURS I FURS II FURS 111 Ladles' Sealskin Sacques, 10 to M Incbm dorp ) bwt iMtiion tlrrsvd Bklnw. Muffs anJ Boas, In Rrftl.Mlnk. Qll.r. I rni, A- CAitRiAOR noiira hijn, noii anij uvv- rAMHKIKrt. OENTLKMKXflSfcAI.CAI'a (lACNTLim AND MIIK.I.I'K'I. mBS ALTERS' AND IIJ AIRED. II. II. HTINUMKr, 11.11. r .nd Furrl.r, 1337 F.nii.ylTMnli. v.nu., nort If N.trtoortorirn.rTlilrlinlh t. I ' '' ' nnertaasTN. WILLIAM n. ENTWI9I.E, Ccrn.r ronn. ..nti. ftnd TM.tfth ttrocW UKALFn JK ruRK Dnno1. CTtEMlCAIX, nfrnfrrawi. FANCY ANII TOILET AtlTK'LfX, eoAre, l'KnruMFiiY.A. niYBiciANs' rmwcimTinss caiikhjI.i.i (.XJJIi-Ol'NUED nwliin L C. BISHOP, rDiRATa-a-isa', HIS lenniylranU avenue, Three Hoots Rael of United Hlates Tension Orrlee. DRVOB, MFDICINI-7C, AND TOILTCT OOO DS. Moderate prlp. nnrt-Jm i ' ' '- i ii. ii TAYLOR &HUFTY, 933 Pennsylvania avenue, DlrMtlb. .ttnllon oftfaclr (Vl.nda tnd tt). pubU. to th.tr Lr .nd complrt, ,Uck of LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S CLOAKS, Ranging lu Trice from 83 to . BALMORAL SKIRTS, Ranging In Xrlees from 91.80 to 99. Fpnotal silent ton In also lnrllod to our LAROf STOCK of all kinds of " C3-XjOVES For Lad I , Hie a, and Children. We sell an elegsnt line of Ladies' Kid Gloves In 9 Button for - In a Ilutton for - 73 rents. SI. And our stock ef THE UKTTKlt Qt'ALITIEft Is Iteplete with all the IIANDSOMK and NEW SHADES. nol-ThSTotl IXTEItlOU ADOltNMETfJj 1001 Pent a, Ave. 1001 Peona Ave. a. p. Mcelroy, ClILDFr. AND UPlIOIXTEREn, MAZVUFACIURFIt OF PIKP. ANIl MANTEL MinilOIUl, Portrait aod Picture Frames, Gold and Walnut Oar Dice's. Old Frames repaired and re-glUL Mirrors aud plcmres r moedand rf-bunn Carpeu made aud laid lniltrwiulni) and Wlii1fw81imiM toordr. ISil PJ-NfcsYl.VANIA AVE., e-or. Tenth nU Orders by mail promptly attf ndetl to, novS-Sm Furniture and Drapory OF Nevvost and Most Elegant Styles, Parlor Nulls. Clmniltrr ShUh, I.umlrequlut Luce Curfnln, Cornices. HARMON, BOSWELL & CO., 313 Eighth Street Northwest, NEAR FENNMYLVAN1A AVENUE. BftHlll L. F. Clark & Sons, KXTFNBIVF ttFALFRH IN WALL PAPERS, WIN POW IMIAUbTSUPHOIATKlUNCl UCKIDet. Ull.e UJTIL8, HLD- unci. IIOAUUI.NG. TDOARfflNfl. ROOM AND BOARD M Pttn -Ls week Tuble board lriet nort b p"C fie per moein. no. tm u nolS-laa THETRKMONT HOl'SK IM MAKING OOOD1ERMS FOR FAMILY OP. HI NO Lb; HOOilS. titfmru or move beat. ocU-y MORTON HOUSE, 922 and 924 F Streot Northwest. rnicEH ron hoard. Per rnnntb fit 0 Per moutb. If paid la advance. .... Per wrK .. ., .. ........ ,., ..,..... Break (ait or dinner , lunch .,. . a uoal llckt u ,.. m. ,.., B do de MOltPON HOUhB was the Hut one In the city to lowei the prices for board, and tkui save lb people I rum f to (J per uiwiiin. Best Board in tho City. Fggs, Hominy and Oaa Meal for break nut every day at MUJtTUN 1 1 Otis ft, 913 and KM F street norlhweat. N. IV No beer, llquora or tt-bacco ol any klud sold. sos ly 1 ii , jm ,L L tjLjjuias mui: UK PUBLICAN JOB PRINTING OFFICE U lbs moKt Cfiuiiilcle MUldihlimt-nt In the city ocH t HOLLANDER BltOTHERS, UATTKIIS AND DKAI.mH IN OKNTLEMEN'H tUitNISlUNII (iOOK5, 1217 renunylvmil. mvenu& llr,nrh atom, 1421 .nd isuo reiii.Hxlv.uw .rfiiufc wAMnt JIi:'N WIMIt- Ui KEEN'S 414 Morohant Tailoring Parlors, AO. 4U AJXTJI STJtEEl CONTAIN THK -AH(llT AND CHOICEfeT AH bORTMKNT OF Merchant Tailoring Goodj ever before olTerefl totheWAhtugton pnhllp, KFFV i ne aeei ixu bbiVa riAn. I.nt Tll lll-XTt UTTl-Hh, and with aexupvof Hkll I.1B niiitrtiHL.il riigtuni to iiirn vuma umui i DgtuHt to turn out) riOt)!) 11, 1 HAIU JALLY aval in CUT mi hiiv Fmt-elaM Tailoring IJdabllahMti MMIKM Wf.L.1, MA1IK and tut AllimTIClA Ihe United Ntalft Umleiren will find It to their material utmii to leave their orders tor suits at OClthlm KEKWa.