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TIIEiNATIONAJD' gEPUBLiqATsT,. TnUjRS DAY MOBNUSTGDEOEMCEII 13, 18,77.
D'atiomtl glcpbltcatt A. M. CLAfr I i i i i i I t I I I I I UUTOR. The National Republican la published dally (except Rundayt) by Ht K publican Printing Publishing CompaifiT, at IV awthwerf ceraer of Pennsylvania Arena and Thirteenth atreet at H per annum In advance, or so -j!asr",-fiyniaiT,r'roucA.I Vaahlnf1oa. d a Mr, N. 11. HfltTT I Agent iurth) receipt of Alvertlement uml hubacrlpllone fur (his Pnpcr, e vrcll for tho Collection of Ac count, Mr. I. 11 MrCMXLAND Is lso aU.orll to aollWt Adrtlseiiinte, All mmmwnlcmllonii oVspnttf or ptifeMaafton sAw 1 te brlVi ln'lf tprtrt and ottfy npo. om U o (As paper. Cbftitmmicafcma wptrtorotipaftCfitA mm a fA t4Utor(ir nnt nlicitai, aJ tetif tether or rant nor retimed. Xfja&d mamurpt wilt notbere turnnl uvr prttcmd. Th trovdtd ttato of or cvl m4 during tMe6 of QmgrtMictit prtdmlelAi ttuertton y long art kin. TIIUIWDAY 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 DECKMnm 13, ITT. Holiday Printing. Tlits office has an oxtonslvt Job Printing Establishment, At which all Undaof holi day Job printing run be cv rented In the very be.s styles, on short notice, and on the most fUvorable term. Give It a trial. If it 11 more dlshoiiorablo for this country to pay lit debts lu honest money than not topay at nil, then let lis seek dishonor by our honesty. Tiik New York pre are roasting Mr. Hfwitt over a slow fire for attempting to get up a war with Mexico or rather for fomenting, the elements of a rupture be tween the two countries The svtvins-btuks. of the Ptate of New York are ropUlly dissolving under the de crees of the courts. The Yorkvilla, KoUt land, of Nyaek, Abingdon Square, Dond Street, and German are nmong the latest to go Into dissolution. It U suld that Ocn. Shfuma is opposed to the acquisition of Mriieo as American territory, and thinks It a pity that when Gen. Scott held Mexico be or Gen. Pillow did not take prwwessiou of tho government, enlist tho American troops then in Mexico in tho service) of that couutry, and thus pro vide a stnblo government. Tub roH seems to be dlsratisfled with the style In which tho National Retch- 1 ican is belug edited. There, is no ac counting for tate, as tho man said when he kissed his cow If we have any one thing to congratulate THEjiFrroi icam on more than another U Is that Its stjle of editorials is not that of the JW Wc could have had that style If we preferred It A dill wns in trod oced Into the Senate yesterday to authorise the Secretary of the Treasury to jrrant a registry for a foreign built vessel, to be used by tho WOODRUFF scientific expedition, which will be substan tially, when put In commission, a floating college. The bill has been referred to the Committee on Commerce, and, as no sub sidy Is asked, ft Is to be hoped that It will be speedily passed to a law. Tjie appointment of FrrzsiMHOXfl to the xnarshalithlp of Georgia, a rank Democrat, has encouraged the Democrats of Virginia to seek to control tho IVdeial patronage of that State They propose that Democrats shall be appointed to succeed Lewis, half- brother of Senator Uimh, United States District Attorney, and IUmsdell United State Marshal. The door has been opeued to this thing, and the tamo hand that opened must clone It at pleasure. No u tvoin now stand up In the face of the gold-king and iieclnro for the honest silver dollar of our fathers without having the dirt of Wall street and its eJiiffonUra hurled at him. The Hon. Stanley Mat thew. is now being slightly besmeared from that quarter. le or any other man who Is in favor of honest money, and the dcthronal of the gold-kin?, cm afford this temporary infliction The dirty crusade will soon boocr. Tjie English are shrewd atrataglsts The mayor of Liverpool tendered. a hearty wel come to Mr WrLSH, our Minister to Eng land, on his orrivul there, and Immediately administered to that high-tariff Penusylra nluii a free-trade pill. Mr. Welsh very pertinently Informed the mayor that Eng land did what ho considered beneficial for tho English nation, and In like manner America looked to the Interest of the Amer ican people Both had a good common ob ject, but differed In the mode of procedure. This is eminently diplomatic. Neither made any allusion to the $5,500,000 thi Government it to pay for tho luxury grow lug out of the fishery question. Elsewjictik will bo found the sad an nouncement of the dath last evening of Col Timothy Luiky, Water Registrar and Superintendent of the Washington Asylum lie had been seriously 111 of neuralgia of the brain for several days, but was pronounced better yesterday morning, and his sudden death last night was therefore a surprise to his grief-stricken friends. Col Lubky, a native of New York, came to the field during lite late war with one of the rrgl xnents of that State and served until its close, having carve! for hlmnolf a name on the scroll of military Anno Since the close of tho war he has resided in Wash ington Durlrfg most of this period he lias filled various positions of public trust with marked fidelity and ability He hart always bft.n a conspicuous and active member of the Grand Army of the Repub lic since Its organization, and in this ca pacity he was the attached and firm Irlond of the Union soldier. Perhaps no other nia among us had more friends In this cUm. Hi administration of the Wash ington Aslam has been exception ally humane and successful Ha was frith fa 1 and true mstaber of his pars, sound Republican, and true and onseufeh friend. Though pos McmtA os pomtlra opinions, which he was rvr mady to dtUad, be never allowed his pollsfcal or religions views to interfere with or mar hts personal friendships. He was clothed with thai cbarlt foe tht opinions of others that 6 cbfmtd from them for his own. He leaves a widow, who wiH recoivo the condolence of a wide circle of attached friends in her Irreparable loss, ( ' Cltll-Srrvleo Ho for in The protracted struggle over tho Federal appointments In the dtj of New York ended yesterday evening by trie rejection or kootk VELTond Prince, and the confirmation of Mkrritt. In this the triumph of Senator CoNKLtKa I complete. He took the ground that theremovol of Arthur and Cornell, who are capable and faithful ofilcers, be fore their tonn of service had expired, was an open and flagrant violation, of tho principles and rules of a ratlonst and healthy civil service. The case of Mr. Merritt was different. The term of ser vice of Mr. SilAiirE had expired, and the nomination of Mr. Merrttt, vhose appoint ment Is one flt to bo made, was not antago nized. That proceeding was within the province of ajnst and becoming civil service In the Government Wo congratulate Senator ConklI.no on this victory oer an attempted wrong to gratify personal prejudice and hate. We rejoice In his triumph for the reason that It U tho triumph of right and justice oer at tempted proscription and injustice. It if vindication of the laws of genuine civil sen Ice, and n rebuke to those who have trampled on its principles for unjustifiable ends. It shows that the Senate of. the United Stated stands as a bulwark against wrong and a safeguard of the right, and cannot bo used for the purposes of gratifying Individ ual malevolence. Democrats, in severer in stances, asserted their sense of right by breaking away from party ties and secur ing tho accomplishment or what they re garded to be just under the circumstances. In this matter Senator Coxklino hna fought a great and successful buttle for the right, and he has won. Those who have provoked this encounter and have meas ured weapons with New York's Senator have, no doubt, ere this learned that they have not In this controversy aroused nn ad versary unworthy of their steel. Republican Duty. It has hccn cry kindly and gently Inti mated to us that the National KKruoLi ca v, as n Republican journal, Is too free and outspoken In its criticisms of a Republican administration Wo do not think so Wo think with the President that "he scr cs his party best who serves hw country best." The public Interest Is first to le considered, and party interest to be sustained only as It subserves the public good. The National Rfpi dlil in has enlisted and does battle under the Republican standard because It firmly believes that the future welfare of the nation centres In Re publican principles and policy. Actuated by such a sense of duty It will continue ac cording to the best of its abilities to con tend for the prosperity and supremacy of that organisation It will contend for hon est government for honest money for a preservation of Implicit faith In the dis charge of all public debts and obligations, great or small for the equal rights of all the people before the law, and for just and Impartial administration of national aifairSfjso that all the American people may be happy In a trust that all their rights and interests are being respected by their rulers In every department of tlie Government. Whllo we love the Republican party, be lsuso we revere and confide in the justice ot its principles and general aims, we have not that blinding and sycophantic zeul which would cloak a wrong or brook the violation of clearly defined law or duty Nm the part or a iiepublican i'resment or Cabinet Minister, or any other Federal official, who has attained to position under Republican confidenco and support. To do so would be a violation of Republican filth and common honesty. We are not of those who think the President or his Ministers can do no wrong. Neither can wc conicnt to hold a pirty relation which demands that we bhall hldethose errors and wrongs Incident to human judgment when they are discovered. The Republican articles of faith demand honesty, puritj,nud jus tice at the hands of every official who Is placed in position under Its lufiuence and power, and If tho Republican prcs, which takes tho position of sentinel on the walls of party, fails to rebuke tho wrong as well as to applaud the right, when It becomes op pa rent, it is untrue to its inisfcion. Hence, if the policies of the President or tho of ficial acts of his Cabinet Ministers do not, in our judgment, accord with Republican principles and the rules and requirements of right, wo shall criticise and rebuke them plainly and fearleselywlth the purpose merely of securing n change and reform. The welfare of thejeountry demands this, and what Is good for the nation is best for the party whom cause wo advotato. It is no part of independent journalism to hide the fault of political friends and magnify those of the other sUle, but wheuever fault is dlscovciid anywhere In any party to antagonize It fearlessly but Justly, with a Uew to early correction and public bene fit. In whatever we see In the present Ad ministration that Is to be commended wo shall cheerfully and gladly yield to it a hearty approval. But If Its policies or measures tail to square by Jiepuotican principles or the publui wenaro, we shall, as we hav e done herctofbrs, interpose a fear less dissent and stand firmly in defense of the right, ns we understand it; and in this we foci that wo are serving the Republican Interest In the future more notably than we can In any other way, though tho task may not be entirely grateful to our feelings and tastes. In all this we have- no ends to an swer cava those which j elate to public ben- fit. Xot 'ot llaipy. Tlit Raleigh (N. C ) OJwrrcr, which is among the most respectable and candid Bourbon organs of the Konth, is not disposed to make a MARK TAT! cy of Itself and be happy under tht most adverse clrcnm- stancos; but, on the contrary, assimilates more in mood to 1'ok'b ltven, which troakeil "ETermorel" We took occasion a fsw days since to extract from Its own columns a paragraph which fore told, with prophetic solemnity, that " tho negro race would come to a comparu tlrily speedy end," and It referred to "Its fats a being fixed beyond a question " We took OvCfulon to suggest tome of the agencies by which Its fats is "being Used beyond a question," In reply to which it takes ocowlon not to disprove tht jnstice of oar suggestions hut to lay slander and falswhootltoout charge. We, reiterate the truth I that the negro race has been, depleted by unlawful and brutal agencies, and we do this from no spirit of "mire cussednew as it Intimates. but for the reason that we believe It to bo true, and feel that II Is a pity 'tis true. To show that we are wrong It produces a re port which It says represents two hundred colored men from all scctlons'of the State, which Is rather roseate In its complexion. It is very carefully expressed and was evi dently written under the dread of the Inevitable consequences to themselves, if the wholo truth should bo told. It speaks of the obstacles that have been In the way of harmony among the masses of North Carolina and tho South generally. Iksajs: "Our people hire been discouraged in tho effort to ac quire and beautify homes of their own." They do not and dare not s-ty what has caused these "obstacles" nud "discouragements." But they are made now to say "many have leen the prayers of the good people of this and all other States that prosperity, harmony and enterprise would again bless this coun try of ours." This prayer meets with a hearty amen from every Christian heart In the whole country, North, Southt East and West. We are disposed to give our Raleigh colemporary the benefit of the material points In this report, for, malignant as it seems to regard our efforts, we can say from our very heart that no one will exceed us In satisfaction when the dayshaUcomethat brings peace, prosperity and happiness to all the people of North Carolina. We nre too proud of our common country not to wish for the day when the blotch of outlawry, Inhumanity, injuslico and brutality shall be wiped from its famo. The report further mys: Never have the colored people of this State ben so greatly encuursged to ptirchaso lands aud bo lid themselves comfortable roausions and be happy In this country as to-day. gricultural cntorprisi) Is bclnsx encourafeu; education Is becoming prominent in tbe minds of all Rood men of both races In North Caro lina, i d mio nas raxen in nana ine educa tion of teachers for our race. One thing In thismrcttlon Is quite gratiryliifr, and that Is that Gov. Z. ft, Vamb Hm been the lender In tli Li rmtloua work of elovutlmr our rteonts. And tho Governor could not have Introduced a more important meamire one mora cou duilve to the elevation of our race and har mony of tho people generally in North Caro lina. e uunK luat tbe days or yore are fiut returning to the old North State. Knter prises in tie way of man a factories, and the prospects for tbe material advancement of our pooplo are guod ; tho power of popular cduta tfou la being mpreiMively felt; thetlisapiiro Lutlun of every good sou of North Carolina, colored or white, is felt upon every attempt at riot at any time or In any placo. The Observer will see that we are dis posed to treat Its stdo fairly, but the sense of right and justice throughout the North and West has been greatly outraged by the lawlessness and brutalities practiced upon tho colored race heretofore. If a better era U dawning we givo it a hearty wel come but what about the negro race coming "to a comparatively speedy end," In any other way thou that suggesetd by ns In the article which has cansed the Ob semr to become so irate and unhappy? If left in the hands of a kind Providence, w ith out the interposition of the Ku-Klnx and shot-gun policy? we soe no reason why the black race should "come to a comparatively speedy end." With an even chance In the race of lifo, they have as good a prospect of longevity as tho whites, and we only ask a fair show for them A'BIT rvn LIGATIONS. TLCWSY AND POStjY HTOIUES" By Margaret II KUcrunn I) u Uirop & Do , Franklin street, corner of Havrlcr, Boston. There hclius to be au Immenso crop of story books for the little ones this year notwith standing tho hard times By the way, has It occurred to publishers that they have not yet reduced tho prices of books In comparison to tho reduction In prices of labor? It strikes us that this Is a matter worthy of their atten tion. Tho cheap editions of novels, the ten cent library editions, aro periling the high price book trado. One, two, aud three-dollar booki aro a luxury that tbe toiling millions cannot Indulge iu thee times of pretslng need. Tho book under consideration, how ever, Is a delightful story-book for little girls It given many of tho incidents aud expcrl encesof 'Tlossy" and "Bosay" which are cm belllfthcd with handsome wood cuts. They were ministers' daughters, and were uaturatly fond of playing "church" and "weddings," etc , for those were the matters they hoard aud saw most of at home. The itorlcs aro childlike,, simple, uud entertain ing They are well written and Instructive, well calculated to make lastiug impressions of tho right sort upon the Juv cullo mind. "TnF NIFTY AND NINE. By Ellrabeth G Clc,nane, vv ltn dcaljnis by uobert Lewu an I on graving! by lUlau T. Dans V Lotbrop & Co , Ronton, Mam. "Ninety and Nine" Is tho touching hymn of that name done up in koepsako style, ornate aud elegant, being oat verso and two engrav logs to overy two or three pages of very fine paper and a good doalof beautiful gliding and binding, in keeping with the chaste humility and overpowering lovt which imbues the sen timent of the song The Illustrations are fluo and the book Is a suitable present to de vout young ladies and gentlemen who aro at all musically Inclined. Tbe words aro full of tho pathos and sacrificial affection so charac teristic of sur Divine Master, ECRorF vi rw rn through: amfricav spec- TAl I H8 By CHAKLtl CanBOLL Fclto editor of the Baltimore Amrtean. J 11 Hmtlneolt & Co . 1 hiladelphla. t or aalo by K. M. bltskcr it Lc , 9f 1 1 euuajrlvonla avsuue. The title of this work Indicates most nnmts. takably Its leading characteristics. It contains just such facts as one would wish to learn be fore traveling ovor tbo Identical routes de scribed, if he contemplates making such atrip, aud also such as will enlighten him regarding Ing the social II fo and peculiarities of the peo ple of most Kuropcan nations, which ho will bt the better for learning In this way If he cannot attain such knowledge through per sonal observation Tho contents were printed In the shape of letters to the Baltimore Amtncan In 1673, and soon afterward apo'sred in book-form The first edition has long becu exhausted, and this one Is printed lit response to an almost uni versal demand for the work. Mr, Fulton Is a pleasing and graceful writer, with remark abl a descriptive powers, which enable him to con vey a correct idea of his observations to the mind of tht Intelligent reader In tht simplest and yet most srprsaslvt lsogoagt. Tht work li admirably Illustrated with wood cuts of the quaint old streets, houses, and tumbla-donu ctutlos or tbe uid world IHsoxaced and disbarred though be Is, Dr Kcuealy hi by no moans poorly or, as his ad oil ran have contributed to him lutnay taough to cuabU hlia to buy two bouass in Londou, In one of which bt resldas, and a valuable freehold property in Sussex, rrnjoVuc Meiv will stve enormous elfts to women they wouldn't take as a gift. The London society of comrosltors possesses a library containing over 7,000 velumrs. mr. elmiu uuRnrrr is seriously in ; ne nas had several hemorrhages within tho past fsw days. It was the spado of the engineer and not the sword of the general that coooosrod Osman Pasha. Ma. Potter proposes to have alaw passed directing John Sherman to oboy a law already In existence. William Taylor tha editor of tho Woods- town (N. J ) KegbUr, has been acquitted of the charge of libel. THV. MohUo (A) ItfQhttr Informs Senator David Davis that no man can be President who dodges a vote. Ma. Jamks E. Mrrnnocic Is strlvlnir to teach tho Cincinnati pooplo tho value of tho art of reading ami speaxiog Thi: Rov. John D Morris tdaved Madetk un der the auspices of the Ballunere Yoong Men's Chrlstlau Association. Ma. Johm PannmcK'. well kuown for seve ral years as superintendent In tbe Philsdel- pnia posi-oince, u dead. Kate Field is telltnff the Londoners who Charles Dickens was, but somsof them are still aaklng who the Dickens Kate Field Is. Geobqs Ftxus, aged fourteen, of Belmont, died yesterday of lockjaw, earned by stepping on a sharp stick of wood on tho 1st tustaut. Jornr Philip Stoker, an actor and drama tist of some uote, died last Friday evening of consumption, lu the thirty-third year of his age. TifEttr Is perhsps no time when adorable woman looks less like an aneel than when she is walking ou her heels through a mud puaaie HtaxoLD recently pitched a sure across the floor. lis will bo quarreling with his mutton next. JJvttm Post. Was it a lull grow a supo or only a broth of a boy? flrvATOK DrsTfTR, of Maryland, has re turned from a brief visit home. Ho says that thenoorUof the Eastern Shore of Maryland are generally In favor of the silver bill. John H. BARfEft. a member of a travel ns dramatlo company, accidentally shot himself in tne head during a renearsat as mKarora, ?vev, recently, and died from tho Injury. AncutnxLD Forbes received a douceur of 2.000. in addition to his at f nutated remunera tion, from the proprietors of tho London .Vnes on nu recent return irom tno scat or war. Gex. Grant embarks at Villafranca on Sat urday In the sloniwvf.vfar Vandal ia for Con stantinople, from whleh ho will proceed to Athens, lbo Archlpo'cgo, Alexandria, and Cairo. The King of Wurtcmberg hss directed his huntlag master to prment to the Zoological Society of Cincinnati three specimens of what aro known as lis deer, a species said to bo exceedingly rare. 11 ln You has gono back to China after making $100,000 In the clear business la ban Frauciaco, Considering the rolstivo value of money m tho two rountrio, he will be enor mously wealtby at homo. Miss Lydia Thompson and troupe, at tbe tar, to uicatre, are making extraordinary prc TutAfions for a Christinas pantonilne. A. Y Iler&ft It might bo more of a novelty if they would put ou punt lettcs Tnr celebrated nrima donna, Mario Rose will sail forNowork on tho 20th iiutant. She will make her debnt In the Academy of Music, rii uadcip his, in too rote of lienor a in "la aroma," on January 7. Mr, Doutwkll has been looking over tho ground, and, as a result or his observations, pro nets that the silver bill will pass over the rresiucui s signature, ana win contain a pro vision for unlimited legal tender. Miss Famy Davrxpobt Is confined to her room at the Rnssell House, Dvtroit, unable to fulfill her engagements la Michigan, In con sequence of injuries received by a stage fall at the Opera-House, on Stttardsy night. Tux spiritualistic and antl spiritualistic scientists are keeping things warm in the Lon don macozlnes. Dr. Carucuter pitched into Mr. Wallace savagely In the lsnt number of J-rrwr', ami la the coming n amber Mr. Wal lace wilt reply. Tlii: number of newspapers published and sold in Germany, according to the JYindaj Tim, amouuts to ,300,000,000 per annum. Of foreign newspapers about 14,000,000 copies pasted through tbe post for distribution in uermany in xoto. A Cleveland widow has had three hus bands. She has on hand a law-suit to break the will of the tint, another to recover tho In surance money on th life of tho second, and a third to obtain allmonv from thelast,and she uoum t Know wnat a d ty may bring lortn. It is bud that Mr. Charles Nordboff re ceives from tho Herald a salary of 110,000 a year; and a writer In the Denver JVeirs adds to this statement that ne utcd to bold copy" for Mr. Nordholf "when the Iud!auanolWVH tiAtl only paid him $U a week, aud crumbled ut that." Jlov Hilary A HhRnrirrls the proudest man of the AUbama Cuugresaloual delegation. Ho walks with head ert-et aul says, his pltasnnt countenance beaming with happiness an mo wmie i its a uoy, sir; uie nntt one, And, I tell you, th fluent you ever saw 1" Miy he, tue bo), mo long and prosper. Miss Ella Stockton, the accomplished young actress, will give retuliugs on Tuesday evening next, at Surotita Hall. Alexandria ' Humors of Dickens,F sencs from "Romeo and Juliet," and other choice selections will bo given It is probable that Miss Stockton will appear here during tho holidays under the supervision of Manager Ford. Propuc will not bo so v ery fool lib that tbey will allow themaelres to be deceived wltb a new l"ouh Hrrupnheu theyhavticxpcrlciiced tho value of l)r, Hull Lough Symp for manyear Prlco 23 cents DIED. ROLAND On the moraine; ol Wt-dnmday, Decem ber li 1177 VVifNirurtt daughter of Ueorge and S liinlfrM Roland agvd a ght yeun and four dnys ruiural from her paremt residence, corner First and Lauetnurtlientl'lliurday,at3-jp. m. (ARPf-NTR,-tiithN city on th Illh ImUnt. HattihK dtiuxhterof tatharm Dennett and the lata OtLi It Carpenter of M ant to woo, Wle , aaed tweuty two j tara and four month. brlenU ura reeoMClfidlv nivlled iptfclfidly Idi ne or iud lalau noon. filed to oitend the fa neral Irom Uiarutiidinreof her brother lit-law, Hher- CHAMPLIN-In this city, on th evenine of tha ltth of December, wn, Jon C. Chaufmn, of Wtub- funeral from bU Ul renl lence, bo. 1$ Twelfth atraet aouiuwMk ui one o ciock it, m in win inii. KEtlAN On tli llth nr Decembar. 1STT atnuarter of thrt p. m .of luembranaoua croup. U amir, n IoyimI daughter of Mk-haelaod Ajfoe II. Kaui, aged two year and two moniba. Fuueial front the realdencA ot her pnrenta. corner Kucond and N ilrot la northeast, Thurmlay evening at iwuuiiiHi fiirnuaui 1110 lamuy aie reaiwvuiiiir Invited to Mb nd 1'tTFK On Dorember 1ft in. Mr. O V Pet it a. of Howard County, Mi, In blaneventy aeventh ear wiikj tin ihtceinoir ll.l7 at fcwoUockp. m Naiiaii. Iielove 1 wife of Thomaa W llaou, lo tb thlrtv third renr or her mro. HwlatlvM and frlendtor lha family are bivlted to at tend lha Amend frc m ber lale rtwileiic, Jso. Hi) Twentieth atret t northweat, oil TburmUy, th 13th In alaiit, at three o clot k p. in. U.MIKUTAUEUS. W. K,. SPBABB, UNDERTAKER. ' 940 V atreet northweaL rormerly with It. F. Harvy.) dec4 ly READ l READ! READ! R. W. BARKER, CTNTDBBTAKBE,, KO. Ul XLKVKHTII BTDEKT NOKTnWK8T, wnnrlDi.nt of Homwoo., f nul Uid Imllfttloo Hot wooil ccinn. i pruM. lo win im lonw. outr 1VH. 1IACKETT, tj 3r X) e iiia:. ic jm e. . TXinwvn Fnw wivwilffl i? Wrulltt Otiamw, Crgw.1. Tr.i i ?r jWteaaib atraei aot ibwee- NOTICE. 'rarAnttsni IrE JOHN w. rmFW. vol fmnrlranlaTnn roriwof Ninth irtreet if. w. arltcUonof French, Kngllnh. and American Clunrtft. Inr ludtna Toilet tteti lwr VMM. Mirrors, DrfMlng Own, Irorrand Celluloid llalr ilru'RM, Tortotaw Hliell imhi, Lubtn Atklnftmt a, and Lemborg; Y tracts, Fnallth and rrench Hoar, and Fanrr llond. In nnaurpimml vnrleir A freh Mock I 1INK lmLCM and CHKMICALH. 1'rescrlptloiM con poiinrtdnaHhnwT noxMm fhnnr ahftrt-hftful writing Turmq mnderaiflL and abuutUot iMlunonlaU furultai. 1IU burcta fin- niArtMt in r ana quimnii reporter. ranrhofilc.(jDD2rHlonl Ulobaodlce, SJftPenn- aylvMiiaaTmiw WiwnW) vi WTfi'i ni iiwiuwrn. niiMim S-tsr- TIIK NATIONAL RAFK UKIHMIT COM VJ PANY,r. Naw ork avanat and Fifteenth iret, oipunltaTreuurr DaptrtmtnL lira and bunr iroor Mrc. J7 iiuiniiniwiw-imiw. iiom ui m toim attn ail nor annum Hllrer nhUflRnd oilier article or valna received In trunks or tlher vrkM M modenda rate WILt IAM HTICKNUY, crexiianti iihuiuih. vv. JUUUB, vice A'reanenii II. I ttNYDKB.HwreUrr. oclMni (KT5T SUNFOIirs CUHK lOIl (ATAItRH VXS l'!cn (ll1n IHoyerr, and ll his other mad Icl we for ideaUVo1Hn Temple Prgtore.tl fcw TwifVTV nipm,npTWtMiHfiPTnn ex CHRHand tiinK0a for throat and longdlf- cuuieiaoidaieotttnnn urutwiora w-onic iwnpie. uty at CJouibllnaTm pla Drug mora. rja- iiUMPimrYN arrriFia pond's kx- gri7 TliALT.IliHiiiniHthl(!Medlcliiea.aoldatTem plea Drue Htnra, and Ninth trttt. as.tr fTST Jt'TIIM PATENT (HTKKL) HOLK AND tSy HERI pnUTKLTOIW tnitka jour nhmm laJt iwiraaa inx, nn prerni yon rrem aiippini ami In aU tbalHw alums and bf Lha Invant D ilret DorUiwaaU Jtf Old No, f Nkw Na iKtttLW rra 9IARKHITK1PN FraaArtOallaraiKl atora, No. S3S 13 atrtat oortb- Alan. lraMl aim If nf t'aiMwhajivlntfB- Wlnrtnw ftlikdaa. Ilctur, rsnie Picture Uwrda and ThamL Mi TEJlMSDAHll I tMt rwinrnWr nama and nnmbar. JeM-13m HOTwSpDA, Coffee. Tea and Chocolate. ' AT Mir nunx n irs PenwKh anla avenu (OLD MIDI AND MINkltAL WATF.H on ilraalitdurlntha wlniar. cllo-lm NOTICP TO FTOCKHOLDFR9 tneeMiiv tit the Morkhnlde re f TUXAMiALhXANimiATUItNPIICUUOMPAXY wiiim ut in ai in oinca ot rrancia i rmiin,p , rorner Wolf and t AMph etieet. Aleinrnlrla, Va., ii MONDAY, January 7. 177, at IS u Hock a. m Uertlon tot Prtaldent and Dlreetora urn day and ALPFnT IIFWSON.eterlt. v. I eauwniid vureof I'reniMiire Peclln, ahowlng Initla I itta'ilT how lout health ma Im ref alneit.ffiwdlni a mr yiiUJBn vt ill" ii niwinin iv iiihiiiimi." u tho renult ot twenty yenra' eirerfrnca. Itlre.li cent. Afflrem Hhe IH-TAltY kAHNH MlHhl'M OP ANATOMY UhS Hrnadway New Ynrk nolVSm PKRIONAI, I HFKPnY ItlRWARV ALL PFRN-l rim hartorlnr or trusting my eotf FItANK II Lf-IMIIACII. aal Will not n an drtXfifinilrarird by htm liATTIIhW LKIMI1AU1. dwVlltiest KKLIGIOUN NOTICKN. Opea dally axrepi Ko Uy. rroni a-in. to 10 p. to. Open on ftundny from 1 to7 p-m. DAILY UbKTlNnrt, KooDdaymeetlnB rrnmitu toitu, evenlogmeet lof from f to 7 o clock. SUN DA YHKR V ItFA Qofipel rneeltnc In Llwvla Hail at 1 10 p. nu abort ad dreea by yon jf men hunday avenlns aervlca irom n lo 7 o eNwk. j-verfbody lnli1 ncs MKIII9fAIi. SPFC'IAL MVritK TO TIIK APFIJCTED-DR. RfltHCRnwif ran ho mnmllMl artrv WrdnMktiiT and Saturday at htaofllc Ml D alreat northwent, be tween Ninth and Tenth, from 1 to t p m. From long experience in hospital nnd prlrnta pradlce he rual (HttwrmuNini ruraln aJl dtoenaeaDf thaUrin yraln Mil dieaeof thaUrloary Orpuia nd ot tbeNervooi tvyaleto. vlu Orfftnlo and ou nyueio, vuu urrnia ana Mitency.IOMorMiuaiiiowr ) Hcuilnal WatkntwL I m thi to nerrou" ueouiiy ana tTemuiinjr i-ajpiiauon or in Heart, Dlmneaa or cifht or tlMdlnra. palm In tb lUrlc nd Norinrnal CnibeUona o , all rwnUlln irom ahuwa In t-ntilh rrr mtomi Iii uanhfiotL Dr-uajH-a rercnUy ronlraeted cured In Ova to ttnday,and h poUon entirely eradtcated from tb ayutm, Jo, all akin and blood (UMaM qukkly cm iL Sit 1L. tndorsad dtidi uttaiga: prijmigiann in no hymlclan of Baltumire. hb) naUv city, viaiu wamiiii r. vlalu WawliiKton Wedneadara on vreunMaaTi anu naiunmya. All consultation atrktly contlilentliti octtiy itooTtN ron RENT. FOR RFNT-LAROK. ELfOANTLY FUR nlahed parlor and hnd room nn And floor Fur n tire all newt locatloti very central ( pi Ice very low lo a nice party also, other dealrabla rooma. hOjK aiiv7t. ueci-- 1001 8TRKETNORTHWK8T-ORKEVT Y&hil Siemhera ot Ckmcrraanad otbera will Snl tt.rv iluilrahla rntiina In all muwUi atao a hrit-rliuij HTAHI.i, wlttitnodaru Iniprovemettta, AHl.fc, wiininotierti iniprovemeitra, uuiii-at 1TTF FLL-FURN 1411 D IMHJVfS lORRr t. Oft A ilt ir rtmlred Full nr iiurlldJ hoard Ifvnn VV a ill If dealred Full or partial hoard Ifynn III If dealreil Htrlct i nrlv whih lu Htrlcty private, sod wa are ro. hiqutntuvt. HiqilFIIUTI dll A AddraJ P. O box U T TOR KSTRrFTN V KOOllS I OR RENT, J-J-VO elevantly furntihed ii!iiltnd commuul culliibt nltliltourd. Mtndtersof eonicreiManduttiers not located for tli winter can bo accommodated. noil tf and other pertona d4lr!n nooniuiot atioim fwr lha winter or Iriuialently til tin I t-l-nnt roomn, with the lineal Table Roar I, at Vn r LIM a. Houinh flnl clM In ail rwpevu and terma reimonabl. no7-lf QfiO U STREET NCUlTHWEtfV FOR RENT, OUU pleaaaat aouth front roonn, with board. either uauatenl or permanouU aIo, tabla-board. oil If FURMSnED ROOMS AT 3 INDIANA AVE NUK, 01-2 3IU iiotsi;. l70R RENT THE hFVV AND FLEUANT JL residence i-ontalnlni retldenc containlD2 Iwalve rooma with every convrnlfnre. No I1W Vermont avenue inquire FOR KENT OK NILE. IiiOIt RFNT OU 8M.E-ONE FARM OF 150 acren at Out Helta PtMlott rarquler Lotinty. Va , coiiulnlntf 1jOJ younjr frutt trees hmiae, and barn. inquire or LOUIH Kfc.-rrXL.Jt.rvo.l'XUJf street . I I.OHT AND FOUND, T aST-A IXKEET-BOOK CONTAIMNO bFV JLJ eral promissory note and valuable papers In tb Navy Yard nrou Uiaatraat between there and my office A liberal reward will b n tl 1 for aaiuo. delt-2twt W V. MrCULLOLOIL1" 'ANO4 ANII i OKCJAXM. C. REICHENBACH'S PIANO WARE-ROOMS, WOnLD-RENOWNLU UNAUE A CO'S PIAXOH and Pianos andUrgaaa from other celebrated (ko loriaa, tor iui ana rut on iu most reasonaut terms. "tsyTunrngauuRepairlDi promptly aiteadad to. UUlMIU J. D. & W.. ARRIOK, WHOLCTALK CKALER8 IM FINE FAMILY FLOOR, No, Ul LOUISIANA AVENUE SORTniVEST. TTa Paasall Mills Know llabn" and MWnmAn Idol tbelr apeclalty, wlU b found superior to aay patent r roots nuur iu in maittb Ask your grocer INNEUANCE. TEDERAL INSURANCE COMPANY J-' tAPITALI200O00i WASHINGTON, D. a. Room Cbroi ran Dulldlny, corner rlflcenth atreet aud Pennsylvania averue, deet Im. POTOMAC INSURANCE CO. OF GEORGETOWN, D. 0. OHA.I?T3HI?33aD 1831 Risks Taken at Lowest Rates. WaahJnxton Aawncv at Ban kin lloua of TT E. uriiFi diixj,oor tirtMuinanari Fstreeta. noW-li JJin KM EN'S INSURANCE COMPANY WAHimrciTON an'd OEOROKTOWN. Orriix, No 1, ovEti Hank or WauiMaTOf. OIiA&TEAeL RY CONORtJi. 10J7 Capita, fpn b Surplus Food, flOOoa A, A, WILSON, Prsaldent. e tX W, HOWARD teereUry Real EaUt and PersopaJ preparty Inaurad, and Builder Risks talrajial tbtlowaat ralea, T, Edward Qaxk Aadrew RothwelLA. A. VTIlaon, W.J WuQAlboiauParkar.JoaapknediWn. K.O evti. T IVCniavTw. K. loward, Frank Ifnmt 'aabluftoji, UO,M fthoepieker, Oeorc W Crop la, JL A wlnsui, oJora-stowa. bovmuq. MT.CIAI ritOlKSSIONAH.. AND VOOmVOIlTH. TIIK real Indian IlerbDortonof JUIitoiorfs will be nf1!c. nnnr lmlh.711 MYnth fttreet tiorth- wt-erery dy from ulna a. m. to nine p. m.txeent wUh nnnanllnn. fnm Hnofa.IlertM.knil Iter lu Natum nmMiiM.N MU mada In all porta of the ctly at S3 a vtalt. If pld In adranee A dl- nwn ui in 1 1 ran, tjungn j iirwni, I i'"i rn"-i-, NerTMLHkln.nrMl HlnmlitiaaAamnraltiieelftltT. Terma-'I'aj'ablamoniblj.MtrspiUlent token trrot metil, , drtt-tf latnad Id various aute. wlthotit uubllctror etpiMiire-. Uuaranteed lenl vrywhra Incom pot IMlltTi aeaerllon, Ae , nmr1ent enum Oniiltv (ion tree aud ttrlctly cnnnienttL tleorjta Ikicolo, Nw nrlf Iw Arvnrv. nlHra Nn. tm l.miiYlinl. avenuanortiiTrtMt. vvaaiiliiyion liiu tJm "a a-no tit i'i l la IrX AsfnoixxiinT, AndUalrvorankPhrwIclaa, SM Market Fpaow. uecan fpOE-NAlLfl-PAtNLt'O AND TtFJctaX JL rures In averr form of dlftoewl nH, bunlonfl, corn, ehllMnlns, rliiimllo or ftf ollan nlnta, iilrere, r , djr jir, m,iiuiii, no, mm a innniTinm irrnu Uortliwe.tiup-ttlr.h mmtmm deMmAlw flrnolatVAnr1r Al lh nntl.l. (clU Vnnr IIFa frnm triJIatoarnva) omhultetl ou lore, mnrrlace, lcr neM, demh, law mill, tlmU nbient rtlenil, recnr , loator utolan proertr hrtnjta arpa rated tuaetlxr, oerer fhlli has the treat 1 urupean cbarru asionHh eiiall vltlori Miliiacllon warranletL Hour Bio S. No. 734 Saveiitb atreit, naar corner of II. uoSI-Ooi funtmnilr ramnM In nnt vraolr. wllhftut Inlnrv bank In, A warfanlideuralwff erscklee. Moles rim plM,andalldueMcs riLa amlpi prematura rray oana cured In u day. A rurariiftraniead In allnues. PHOP ANI1MAD.HLADR non-om th wereum inrei n w. fart LFOX, TnK OLDEST rCTABUSHilD js ppeclnlln in in eity.ran r ecmnifpu PTerj TUF&IiAY, WFDNtaUAY, andlBAlUHDAY, Bd hluk Mrt tintlhMl tsrcuirT Ftmala oompUloti and skin dkWMea, UVJirtf Dr. C. DoMontrovlllo, iDEiisrris'r, o. 4370 reiinaylTanla) nvenno, between Twelfth it ml Thirteenth at re eta, Washington crrv. rtefrrenrMi foL V. K rojren. Prlvmia Secretary to 11 TreitUlent I Oea. W m. ej. IeDuc, CWramliwIoner of AKrlculturtl Hon. John J. Knot, Comptroller ot the (Mrreiicyi mntor McMillan, Uov. Alex Ram- aey. Uov. C. k.lMrla, Ac, MRS. A. M. MEIXSEL, THAHCE MEDIUM Ain 1102 FhTKkkT OOlca hoiirr a. m. to i p. pi. Dn.H03WORTH.VlU K STRKETN ff.IUHE ttioMt aklllAil and th only Klentlrto Meilkal Itefrra m Mr Juatle Fltld. Hon 1 W. Voorhet. Bamnal Norment and oiben. Coraultiton free. ocn ly DR. flHUMiV MAY RK CONSULTED COVyl tldentlftlly at bla oOlce.nn Loulalan avenue f nest to trentP atreet. JUioni Ho. I, upatairt, twenty yeara" aucce In afTactlons of lb fenlto orlnary oraatii. ocis-Iy OUlce, ill ft atraei northweat, between tuxtb and Vr enthatrevta, WmhlPflon, D.U octa-ly D1V II R, ROOFR CONSULTING AND PRAC Ik-ln Medical Klectrlclan, Ml Ninth atreet north weM. Kleartcltr, ua theraptutlo agent, la In valuable, and 1 aaperkutr adaptwl fbruervoua dia wmHtaq dUe4M of mooiaiu ocS-ly DR N rRANK W1I1TK, THE MAGNETIC Healer, 7"Ji Tenth Htreet northweat, treaUiuo ceufutly themont obellniua fhronlo and Acuta Dla eiueK, Conauliatlon Oeo. OITloa bouia 8 toll "-ni. and 1 to 8 p. in. OtH-lr, DR tl. PARSONS. DENTIST, HAS RFMOVED bla offlca mtd rWtuce, to OH ninth atreet oppo site tb 1 atont OUlce, Term extracted on Tuoadoyi furVit poor fir4 of CAnryo. iwnn HOAItnilN d. rVVANI) AFTER DFCEMBEft IfT 1877. THE VJnOARD at thtwetl known hoitaa lb Wavarly. AUKJjchlh atreet norlhwent. will be reduced from p) totlBpermonlh. Moardby the week H-W. uorg-lm BOARIUNO. nOOM AND HOARD K PER week Table board fit per month. No. nil D atreet nortbweat. ul-,u rniiR TiiKnT iinr.afe -i- - IS MAK1NO GOOD TERMS FOR FAMILY OR BINCJLH JtOOUS. biaam or atov t eat. oclHy MORTON HOUSE, 922 and 924 F Street Northwest. FRtCEft FOA hoar a Per month .. . .. - ., -..t IB CO Per month. If paid In lulvance. ,.- M.4wmwn 14 no llrealclhat or dinner ..... w... ... Vi Zi meal thrfcela313!Z!ZZZinn.I. SZZ S 01 47 do do .... WHM.UW - 10 Ul from II to W per month. Best Board In the City. Efft How lay and Oat Meal fur breakbut everyday at MORTON HOIF, PS an t IT4 P atreet norlbweet. N n. No beer, llouorsor tobacco of any kind aold. aes-ly l l WANTED. WANTFD - AN EXPERT SHORT HAND wriltr one who wrltea a itood annmerctal long band, lu act ai aptretaryi a younf slnxl man pre ferrnL Apply loaatntD, aud O. li.xpreaa.U3 Puno- sylvanbi avenue. XlTANTHl-WlLl CONTRACT OR DO JOI1 Vf rarrenter work for II W rer da t rarnenter work for II V) rer da Hatutartlon given or no pay decll It AdJrc UAItfa.NTl' H, thb) odlce bouwa or tenants to know thatltwlllbata tholr adrsouga to call nt our oftlre TORRFnTAHOUaE, Room Agents and Collet tors, deoHm SUheenlh aireetaoriheat. WANTF D-A PARTNFR IN A GOOD PAYINO iHislneMi riKiulrlna; only a small capital. Apply to Bureau of Information, H.7 e atreet. WANTtD-TO 6ML OR EXCHANGE FOR city property a valuable buslnc-a property la a uuuriBuiiig; ivnn iu iiinuis. nijuiivi nolMf SM rennslvauUaveiiue, WANTFD-EVFRYHODY TO CALL AT THE Bureau of Information 1127 F atreet, deeirlnf rooms i Air Dished uafurntahed board Ac Also to buy or lull foods of any description In A rmatlon Irea, iiuwiy a r-Ji p. iniLrwm avenue N. W , cor lour and a-balf street. oc3ft-Iy TROPATIIID tNSTITin ION. r.HAHTER D iiiiuii ii nn 4J l'nnnavivaiiia avanua iinnnwHL All diseases auccaasfuUy treated with IhedllToreal mouitiutllons or ciectrhiiy. Jirereires irom nan- Office and la tha only aradunte of an eleciropathln coUeualutbUclty. hlL no27lm No. 4l3 Pennsylvania avenaa THE TWO BEST BRANDS OT OSLAJM:Fj.a-lTE. Dry Jlonopolo nud Uoulet A Co. o DniscrliTronTATioN, And .old ,t Nv York Merit' prion, bf SIlOOMAKUl tl UBItTZOO, 1381 8a t iUmi, vcu tb. Imperial Hotel. NavH-lm SCHOOL BOOKS. SCHOOL BOOKS. SCHOOL BOOKS. Ureal reduction In tbe price of SCHOOL BOOKS AT 8HILLINGT0N bookstore, Corner Tour .Dd frb.f itrMt itn4 rn.)lTuil. .Tfc . School Books Reduced 20 Per Cent., AND covkiied nun i wlxil tatwt covens. nENHY ll. 8EARLR, AMUUITKOT. via ie HTRstrr. Oppo.lt. rott Otnc. Ttartnrat poTly rTlllB R BPU11L.10AH JOBPRINTINO OFFICE Is lbs nical HumuiU ttNtablUhaiaal la tbscfty ocl i ? , AMVKKMKNTH, JTATIONAL THEATRE. TIIUrtSDAY, AtnatmtlUrni reWrnl tKilhfhtnla rind Cbtivmal m ftrti, oftmtrfthr mnt tatiU p'oy of eAoJbiw-are- ttm, nmi nun a ctm 8HAKKSPKAItr7tl CYMHULINK. IMOOFW TIIK. UtlKKtl rir w it-, Lonln PomeroyM thalnaocent and tojure-lwlffli lmnnn tutu won lh hlchent cralea of tli LmI rw a 'ml Judirnentor the eon n try. The rharecter hi ee enioil nal m IhiUoff jidylitabel of ju I ytine. Clothes in nil n rnuui tx ouiiniinuaui unicuaflvt tntrtAY-urj rOMfertOY as " Rcmee MAlprK , , .w AlUJtUVY riuniv, pORDflOPLRA H0U3B. Tunxa NinitTft and HATtmnAY matinki .vii.niiiI.ij, J iT.nAVeHI YJU. it j,ilapham7.TT; U. -.- til 1 1 IU....... In America. Ill ery hewt ot MlnMrel Art. O lillfAIIIMIUmillVil mi ti,n wujtt.uini'n MIANR CU1tHArT. JOHN OIIBFTrr, BttLY(AHTKIv) rf llltlNVV 1,11 C BILLY WFLClt. . . JOHNNY M R. i n reinnraiso UA1.I FURNIA OU Altl KTTK. Barber a Holo Orchestra and tlrrnm nand-tea It numlier. Obaervlh popular prloeai (lenerai Admllon, bf feotaj Uallerr.S CarUt Rewired Seatf.SJCenlfhxtra. deJMt TALLMAIX1E HALL, F atreet, between Nlatb and Tenth. For a abort seAMnn, rrm men ring MONDAY JbVl-NlN(l, DFCKMnEIl 10, The laojooa Atrubonilcal and Aposlolki STRASBURG CLOCK, Open day and evening from 10 a. m, notll Sp. n Admbwfon to all, IS cent. deftw MASONIC TKMl'LE. TUi: OATEH OPEN ro Tlin1S NIOHTH ONLY. Ccmanenclng DLitBEIt IX ANCIENT AND MODERN QATEWAYB. Exhibited by the ladle of lb Flnt PreabytartM io-i CTiurrti asdumMop, at centa. rpiIKATHB tOM10.UK. JDl? llmtjB thla Hy of"th RED RIDINO-KOOl oriimar4.uirncroMaiMiiJixey,nr FMiwlalpbta, win vi'Iti I 'IV inir.l ui JIlllU-VI W13fI.YNaiMU)AHFV. tint tin preMufaona; MUaMILUF.M AnThLLK. Perftorm. anc will conclude on M onday.l'iieMlay. and Wed nn dav nlahu wltb tb romantic diama, entlUed Dieai TUnPINANDTOM KING, and on Tnunday, Frt. dy, and Haturday tilsnta with !) romance of JACK lay, i 'llf tHf PPAHD. Jake liiuM will appear In Uia lanak able comply Aitltled HELKN'W BABHtti. r delolT "VyAaillNOTON RT CLUB. tatree NO.J JftrOfEN DAY AND KVKNINO.e AAmhalan :3 bix llckeu aet-iut JOTICK TO MOUNT VERNON PAMENOERa. The ataamer ARROW, Captain Frank nolllngs. bead, la the only boat allowed to land paanMgera Uonnt Vernon Whart Famenaera taklna; thla steamer (which la connected with th Ladlea Ifeunl Vernon AaaorlattflnV avoid rid In la arahtilamai three mile, aa by other line. Round trip, tU lodudlnj: admhuton to ICaoaloa an Orouiida. ktieamar leavea neveain atreai wnarr uai l, v, isua- ivam. ana returne B4nii( s c J Mcll, HOI LINOHWOn 17'I?'I?T1 THE WI8R FOR HEALTH ON J Ml Hi X m FAHY FFKT DFPKND and tboo- niiiMiia uuirii iur iim unu Co nn Duntona Dtseaaed Nails i EactTMcencea, Ac ltaWUhtd in v octviy ATTORNEYS, J AMBLER SMITH. a A Itflvr A ttoroay-at law. IMS PENNSYLVANIA upecial altentioo ilvea to claims acatnat th Oov msnenL ocQ7ty MIHCELIiANEOVS. yERYEST rRICES PAID FOR 3hC0Xl-UA.XD CLOTItfffG. JIOOT9, BU0E8, XTfX at jurnrs old stand. Sis D stM.et northweBt, Order bymall promptly attended to. ia3-tf COKE DOWN TO FOUR CENTS. 9 BUUUELH DELIVERED )X)R H. OAfiLIOlTT OFFICn OO-tf 411 and 41S Tenth street. OMILI ER, PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERER AND DfLOHATon SOU D atrrot nortbweet. All Lnto Insperwr of Dulldliir. D. U. ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER, It make meaa iraments. survev loarea bv Ore ana adjandtffercaceeof all kinds. Ka E atreet noribwent. THE JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT UKTnn itri'iiuuuAn urriL-H a prepared to do all kinds of uurcantlleprtntln at prices toil dafr oompitHlon. ocJMI XTOW IS THE TIME TO SEIX" LADIES XX (lent a and Children's Caat oft W curing Ai parel, Boota, rboML Jtv.. at extraordlnarv bltfhcaak ortbweat. All DOtea by mall wUl b proi j un inn JiVi mnuu, i.,u. n.v aj ,iih. mptly al ..pit If ae lenami id. TM1 ORTFD JIOSIEKV I have a batter assortment than ever eftUia Im portel Hosiery and Merino underwear roriaaksn. sjenllemeu a tig children towhlc iinu, aa wwn na 10 my a.M'KltlOH : A01tXMEyTH. RICHARD HENDERSON, (Successor to Kid well A Henderson.) Tleal&p In WALL. FAPKH. WINDOYV KniTIDL Ac , WlMnlli aUeot.oapoaHe LUicoln UJM (IsiaTJ 1225 ARRUfcD AT f CNNA.AVEi DAItLOYTS U bi r iticir: UJ AT 1 I,66,l PENNA.AV&J nARLOTV'S PENNA.AVA ART COALLERY, r OUAPHri. OlIAPEL )IAMEH, for Poroelafoa Pic tures. X4owHtyieaor rArtuuiror lituiiisrooius. For holiday prreents nothinc can aarpiuui thest Panels, s Please call and See them. Bol Agenta for Fish Panels. Tho Trad auprlled. All klmla of Frame made to order decfrlq 1001 FoDBt. Are. 1001 Psnna Avs. a. p, Mcelroy, OILDETt AND UPnOLaTKRETt, UANUVACTUREA OF PIER AND MANTEfc MIRRORS, Portrait and Plctur Frame, Oold and Walnut nice. Old trama repaired aud re-Klidud. MlrroM 4 plcturaa removed and re-bung. vu iu rtruuug. vnrpeif maoej a tan Inibraoulns erd h at 111)1 I IMifeVLVANIA tv iiiuow dqum mo oroaa, 'JtoT Orders by mall promptly att Vfy VW. 1?IB tendy novetni Fu rnlturo and Drapery or Nowest and Most Elegant Stylov Purlor Nnlta. Cliituaber NulU, Luuibrcfiulna. Luca Ourlalai, . Cornice.. HARMON, BOSWELL & CO., 313 Eighth Street Northwest, doi;rl.pA)HIaut uicki. iwJiii""an. Cloaka .rillkbiu. ForulaV !W?1 X pov-Im M yayetu sirees, Balltmore- TTAKQY M HOflMER -LX FLOim AND FEED DBA LEU, street northwuet. Akon Oat Meal, Hominy, Uuckwheat, lime, Halt Oeinent, Aa, opnataaUy ou bind. n 1