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THE NATIONAL AttEPTJjBLlOAy, MONDAY HORNING. DEQEMBEB 31 1877. W V-: Udi WIE .-- t. A it V ' HatmliicpttMicRn. I Arrival of ruHiftf TreJne. i AT fcAlTlJtOlt AUDftiTOKAt psTOT, SIXTH AHI ( IKkVTB Afbwis. tew York at MmIh I -Oft, Boston est rees. 147. lUchmi-nd urrtOi Ian, Alexandria. m N trfe limited. i M Y.nlabA elBtese, - . .i...i. fdn, Alexandria. Mr WW. Va, Ponthera. .u Alexandria, 9 44. lieitlrooro eeeom. 0ft. Worth and West, Sex Alesaadrr. 1V.& Alexandria, Itue, Northern pas. 1IJ0, Alexandria. k-i. Alexandria, Is ift, xitm York matt LAMiurtrlii lAM, Midland Virginia, 7i, Aiesenari. MO, Worth mid West. fc-14, h U. Midland Vft. lOiio, Richmond, iiww, lucnwunu, Olrrlva rlillv fHhM fcnnffB rnlML. A BALTIMORE AftbOHIO tirOT. KIW JEfcUVATC- MiAtDCiniin, Jrwhrff. MIAN ' I 87. Itsltlraere express 1.60, Western express, fV VtMlttmnrA w win itO, iiallimore eccom. Ana, N . Phil A lloc e. 90 Weelera Mall. A3a,Vrrd ao.,(MeLbreh) AW, nalilmofe, Annapolis lI7, IMUllmDrt accent. ad way. t-sft, Uarilnataurg and Ha- gerstown ae, (Met br'ch.), ia, Balti'i mora eccotn. Arrive dally. Others Ruadaya excepted. ararForthallmeofVepaxture of trains, see adver ttMoneata elsewhere. AravwrninU To-Nlght, NiTloiULTHEATaa. TneMlghty Dollar. CONQREaATIOKALCCIlCK.SlnglngSkewL XKW.ATiTEHTlSltMrXTS. National Theatre Mighty Dollar. Robert O. IngertoU-rlectnre, "Ghosts.1 Aumt Polly Basset's Singing Bkowl Congrega ttonal Churchl Iadleetlen. 4 IV tU JsMZf 'Atlantic Bute end Njw Si0 lead, MUng,foOomJmi kf rirtf earewfer or(A tost Wtii (v4tfrt rind tyAfreinor snow. foUowd $yjndJfifriTti$ cJewdy or ettariug fetatktr, v r i HOME AFFAIRS. CITY NOTES. Room sends Kew York papers In advance. The rain spoiled lb street corner meetings yes terday. Forty seven wanderers lodged In the station house haturday night. Most of them were tent to the ntght lodging house. . v2)n)ytWrty-iburaTreUwrniadeby thepollca '.Saturday and Saturday night Seven were rcsla taretl ilntok.i Thl 1m about bfclf the uual num. berforanday, . Abotit four o'clock yesterday mornlnir, the win J b1ewdotnAtlfrnatthe comer of Thirteenth and T etrceU norlhweat, and broka a larse khow-wln-dow In tha cigar atora of Grant & Co. on the cornifr. - -Iecldant Uayea Southern policy a ftdlure.' U the ubjct to be debatM. on tHlneaday eyenlnjr vext, at Columbian Law Bulldluf, Fifth itreel north ct, by the Oltre Lear Ltterary Auoclatlon. PtoccwU for the baneflt of Metropolitan A. M. . tnurco. Ilenry Aahton, a colored man, ltTlnjr In Onn dari alloy, between rlnt and New Jeney atenue and L and M itreett aoutheakt, dlet euddcnly about one o'clock yeettrday morning. Tha corotier y.t urday gate a ccrtlflcata that he dlod of cone Uon of tha lungs. Jemima Jiihnaon, an aged colored woman, died at the work house laH Friday, and waa buried tat prday.Jnnlmacaiimed that rhe remembered harlur beenehaaedby British Boldlrra In 1812. She save her age aa eighty-one, but ihe,wu hellered to bo much older than that. At the Chrbtmu fcttlral of the North Carolina M, P. Mlaalon, little Mfss Ida C Emery, eight yeara old, received a beautiful chromoaa a prise for bringing the greateat amount of money for mlwlon ary Durpos, and alao for bringing In the greatest number of Sunday school scholars. The Fire Commissioners held a epeclal meeting Saturday, to consider the aubject of the contract for faoae for the department. The bids ranged from 86 cents to $1.40 per ra&nlng foot, for various kinds, but no samples were submitted. A motion waa tarried notifying bidden to furnish amplea, to be ubmttted al the nest regular meeting of tha Watklna, tha slate writer, waa formerly a licensed exhorte? or the Northern Ohio Conference. live of hie co- Iaboreraofuiatoonierenca are bow aplrttuallMi. lewas for aeveral Yfrara a medium before he knew It, and gradually paMAt through all the known stage of devolopement before atulnlng the present one of Independent slate writing, which consists In writing upon slates by Invisible agen- ct m the pJiHcnsascf the medium and sitter, of letters or mcssageeln the band writing of, and at tested by the signltures of deceased mends. These writings are performed while tho sitter holds the alate. The Death ef Dr. Owthrle The death ef Dr. CD. Guthrie la announced In another column. Be was born In Belpre,Ohlo, In February, Ml 4, received a liberal education, studied medicine, and waa graduated at Jefferson Medical Corego, Philadelphia, Pa., with the highest honors. He engaged In the practice of medicine In his na tive State, was subsequently CAlled to the chair of Materia Med lea, in the Memphis Medical College. While there he became Interested In the cotton trade, In which ho was very successful until the war broke out when his leva for the Union led him to abandon all and go to New York, where he en gaged in railroad operations. The lo"e he sus tained by the crh Of 1871 broke down his health, and be has since been a great sufferer. Dr. Guthrie waaaOevoted Union man, riving; liberally of Ms time and means to uphold the good cause. He took tho stump for Grant In New Jersey In 18tA and 1872. He wai a Christian gentleman, whose per sonal qualities fitted him to shine in the social and iiumo vniro-, nnvi jus gcumi iiiKimrra 111114 111- tellectual culture were the delight of all who en joyed his generous hospitality, A large circle of friends will mourn hla Iofb. Deviation Pound Party, In'connectloii with the CrUtmas celebration of the Meniorial Lutheran Sunday-school, comer of Fourteenth and N streets northwest, on Thundsy last, there was an invitation extended to all friends of the Protestant Orphan Asylum to bring With them or send at least a pound offering of some article useful In feeding, clothing-, or warming rphan children. The responses to this Invitation were both substantial and liberal, more than a wagon load of groceries, provisions and other goods with about wo in money being received, for Which the managers of the asylum kindly thank the donors The orphan children to tha number of about 150 were the Invited i guests of the school, and Joined them In the celebration which was a very pleasant affair, concluding with the distribu tion to their own and the orphan children of well ' filled eornloop'as. The Memorial school la In a fiourisbjjng condition, at present numbering over too scholar. False Impersonation. Frank Parker and his wife Laura had a hearing before United States Commhsloner Mills Saturday afternoon, on the charge of falsely impersonating a colored woman, named Louisa Parker, and by that means obtaining money on a postal order. Iiutsa Parker has a son In Philadelphia, whose letters for some time, pant have failed (o reach her. Inquiries were jUArto by Special Agent Ttdball, uhlih resulted In the arrest of Frank and Laura Parker. On Frtda'y these persons appeared at the money-order ofllce, tho woman representing her self as Louisa Parker, and kUUngthat her brother uas now known as 'Dulaney, lecause hedldnot Hank his wife to find him fcho was paid the amount of the order which she preVnted Itwaa ascertained that her name was laura and that she iiiid nohrothorof that name. Commissioner Mills icld thein in tA00 ball each to answer. Clilldrrn' Fairy Hall. Thenhtounccment that some of the ladiot who lead the chfrlies and gaieties of Washington are going to give a children's fairy ball, for the bene ft oMIie "Mule Maters cf the I'oor," nas created qtilteastirln fuhlonalileiiuncries. To see child hood coming, to the aMictance of old age w III add anothergracetuiharity. We heartily commend tho ball, which will be given on the 12th of Janu ary, to all lot era of the beautiful vhnwUh to see a Trettr slirht and IioId a deKrvlns Institution. Tick- et costings each,(anle bid at Meuerott s, op- iruui ciuicrvi mm wiiuwiiik itaironenses; xuaaame deKrejro, Mrs lUiiiUll(iibnn, Madame Outroy, Mrs Ross Kay. Mrs Ltul-on Mrs. P Phillips, Mrs. Mcrrlk, Mrt Barbour, Mn,1Ienry Howard. The Georgelown Post-Office. Mr, J A. Jeffords, for eight jeors aiuUtanl poet XQaiieat Richmond, Ya has been appointed ilcrk In charge of the Georgetown post-office, with Mr George Berry as assistant Hnnri Charles II. 8au j er, J. C. tJcason, and 8. W Del tell hate bcoiiap- 9 pointed letter-carriers. Twcutv-nlne.lcltcr boxes will be placed, and tho collections from them tw commenced to-day, The delivery will not ben in until IbursdAy, as some time Is required for the carriers to learn and arranico their rotitea Alter to-morrow the poatago on drop letters betw ecu this city and Georgetown will be two cents per half ounce. IfTora head aches, go to tho nearest drug-More for a bottle af Lodclu'a HEiDAtHEHpecinc. It eurea In flto to twenty minutest costs but fifty ronti It QV ea 00 ati reduced to $5, At lt- KATJtiff rsiN , tli) ffert nth street jfjrir tbax's nxcitrjioxa. A List of iAdlas inn TflU Raoaltw Te morrow. The custom of recelvtag callen on New Tear! Day seems to grow mora popular aa It grows older. And the number of rcaldenoca In the city that will be H open M to eallert to-morrow will be aa large as on any prertoua year In tha history of the city. The ltKixauciN wilt print to-morrow a New Year's lint of receptions, made up of such notices s may haunt to this office before ton p. m. Below hglniMi list of 'tSa. who have already signified Ihctr Intention of receiving 1 j; . ' The Secretary of War wtllreo ra At UUX street nonhwret, from 1 to 4. The Udles of the Cabinet wilt net receive on AYi,lnMilv nt JanuarvS. SpcaLer and sirs. Samuel J. Randall will bo at noma to-morrow. ai H tut V'pitoi ftreet. Airs. J. c lxu, aaauioa by her daughter Jennie. 'Mm. U. V. Uach and tha Misses Leach, at home. No. fl Second alreet northwest, . . Mrs Marian UotkIaII. amlsted by her daughter, Miss IJate, at No. 1211 T street notthwext Mrs. Charles II. Lemoa, agisted by her kuter, MIm Mary Fleet and Mlsa Julia Grant, at her rwl dence. No. 1900 M street northwest, from 12 m. un 111 10 p. m. Mrs. George H. Fonkey, AMlited by Mtu'Bunle Belmount, of New ork, and ui M Wllliamis from 12 m. until p. m, ar No, 1144 Twentieth street northwest. MIm Rosa R. KmltlT, aeststed by Miss Parah Banks, of Richmond. 'Ja., from 13 ni. to 8 p.m,t at 1211 (Seventeenth street. MUsfarahF. Moore, aaalstorl br MIm Alice A. DavU. of I-hlladclnhla. and Miss Jennie Blackwell. from 12 m. to 7 p, m, at lilo Twentieth street went. Mrs. Hancock, No.a.024 U streJfnerthwest,wlU be "at tioraa" New Year's day. Mrs. Oforje C. Gorhara. at No. VS) New York ar cnue, aasltted by her sister. Mrs. Joseph Tyssowskl, MlMAurell Bamctt and Miss Mary Gotham, will receive. Mrs. Austin Brawn, asslMed by Miss Usde Cald well, at rn;r residence. Ne. 1.SK Vermont avenue. Mrs. Nina Kvana aiwIiitMlbvliArsIatar.MlsaOwea and tha Mlnsa HolUman and O'Connor, at her ret ,jsn(;e, nOfViYnswocinonnwest. ,., . MrVT.K Rogeny assisted byiafrs. R.a;Tn5fr- wrwvl il Va. VTf P mat nntthwHt . I f Mrs.GeorraKraklne. at her Mstdenca at Kendall trrccn, nabited by Mrs. Chgrlea R. Bryantrof IndU ana. n Jk .w i BMlstedbT Mrs. Col. Collet and Mln Donath,of I'Qiiaueipriia, will receive at wo, n w en sireei, Georgetown, The Misses Baldwin, No. 1237 Fourth street north west. Mm. HenrietU ftuarUather residence, No. 715 Twelfth street northaost, assisted by Mrs. J. B. fltuart and MIm Hue Barrett. Mrs. Polomon Morrison, at home, 1237 Tenth street northwest. Mm. Judge Jordan, at IttO MaKMcntuctbi avenue, avlftted by Mrs. Col. Thompson and MlaaKato Hum th ranf Mrs. Lieut. McCeney and daughtors will' be us sintcl In rccelvlnr, at 919 Seventeenth street, by, Miss Fairfax. Mlw I'oor, of Boston, the Mlsres K0b- ium inn uin uit winner. , Mrs. Jeremiah M. Wllmn, agisted by her daugh- ... It 1! II 11.11 f I H'.ll .. icr, A41IW aiiiik ii iuhjii, pi ra iiuiwvi onim iiuinvv. Miss pnnenn. of Indianapolis j Mrs. Damage and Miss r.llie Boitor will be at home, at 1712 I nrut north v, ent The Rev. and Mrs. A. F, Mason v, 111 receive at 931 G street northwest. Mrs. A.M. Clapn,nmlstcd by hor daughter, Mrs. H.H.Clapp,amt Mrs. A. B. Jtuff, at irflG street northwest Mrs A. T. 'nritton. assisted brMlss Britton and Miss Palsy Britton. at fl F "treat northwort. Htn. niiiiam fcuckney, amHiea uy ine hukcs Williams, of Baltimore, and Mlsa Iterr, of George town, corner flxth and M street. Mn. F. It. Silckneyand MK&lckncy, No. COS M. street. i Mrs. J. w. Kciden and (laughters, at aa r street northwest, will receive their rricndaJo-morrow at 12 m. Mrs. Joseph H. Black fun Miss Black fan, and Mrs. Robert J. Murray, at 1130 Twelfth street north Mrs. Fctar Campbell, asststod by MIm Magirie Campbell and MIm Emms Gurley, at IJOo Q street northwest, corner of Thirteenth street. Mrs. and MIm ShertfTaiwtsied by MIm Mason, of devorack, N. Y., at W7 Third street northwest. Malor and Mrs. Richards and daughter, asM-rted by Miss Brown and MU Kittle Rlchanls, of Clevo hwd, Ohio, at 1009 Eighth street northwest Mrs. and Miss Co en, assisted by tha Misses Frye, 1232 Thirteenth street northwest Mrs. and MIm Johnson, at 480 Louisiana avenue northwest Mrs. Pr. Newman will receive htr friends on New Year's Day at her residence, XU V street northwest, SMlstadby Mrs. fergumn, Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. WUUam Carter, rhlladelphlat Mls Mller. Mad ison, N.J; Ml Lints McClellan, New York; Mlas Minnie Atkinson, Washington. AMVBKMENT9, National Theatre "The MIghtj Dollar. The numerous friends and admirers In this lati tude of Mr, and Mrs. Florence w HI be gladdened by the announcement of the engagement of these gifted artists at the National for New Year's week. They will make their re-rnrrre this evening In their respective rotes of Han. BankeeU Slots and Jfrs Otn. Qtiflory.Xn theentortalnlngcomcdyof "The Mighty Dollar' Success attends the performance of this amusing comedy wherever presented In our country; but Its "living realities'1 are probably most readily recognised and thoroughly appreciated la our own city, where It Is Justly considered as holding, as 'twere a mirror up to much of human nature aa obren ed tn V ashing ton, Mr. Florence, as the delineator of the "Cohosh " ho long abroad," eminently desen e the praise and patronage so liberally awarded them by (he admir ing crowds who attend their performance. Their success m wio national uuriug- me present nee will be as notable as their triumphs lu the put Tho Blighty Dollar. John McCullough Is the best Jam on the stage and tho wont one off. Billy Florence is the best representative member of. Congress on the stage from the prairie-dog district and the wont one off. The reason Is that neither Florence or McCullough do more than act I and the admiring or laughing verdict of millions of our people Is that In their ro- spcctlve rtdes these two actors are tnenty-two carat ii no "TV j n Briii, iu iuli. mi. riuicutu uu ma amiable, pleasant wife, from whom good nature bubblei eternally, as water does from a mountain snrliiK.smx.ar to-nlzht at the National Theater lu the well-known comedy, ' The Mighty Dollar." For a pleasant evening and a holiday laugh, go and see them. The club, railed aftcrthe famous comedian, "The Florentines," hold a reception after the per formance to drink the Old lear out and the New Year in. "SI agin Skewl." The "Slngln Skewl" matinee at LIncolu Hall on Saturday was well attended. The audience v u I delighted with the rroi lea or Jca Mia AMuaiwysbig boy. Aa a family entertainment "YeBlngin Skewl" Is a great success. Our gracious Aunt tMy and her talented young family will again "hold forth" at the CongreaatlonsJ Church this evening, when Jedrdiah, for the Ant and probably the only time In his life, will be on bis good behavior. Police Court, DtWrirtcosci.Wohn Burton forfeited 13. Charles F. Rollins, vagrant and charged with stealing a dress; case deferred unMl Monday, Annie Morri son, loud aud boisterous j William F. Hlggs, va grancy; ninety days. Thomas White and Charles Robinson, loud and boisterous; f5 each. Morris McMahon, vagrant; thirty da) a LucUn Llghtfoot, loud and boUterous; John Smith, suspicious char acter; thirty days Norman Carter, loud and bois terous and carrying a "Jimmy;" sent up for forty five days. George Curtis, destroying property of Luclnd Thomas; thirty days or 110. AMIllam bhlpley and Patrick CJancy, keeping an unlicensed bar: niiedllOA. Awappeal was taken. IbUUd MnrtCfisr Richard Baker, for an oasau't on Young Given S3) or thirty days. Jamos W, Hwter, for aaul( on a servant girl, Mary Barton; discharged. Nathan Athlon, stealing somo shoes from Martha Palmert hentuplograiiiTjury, Arthur Jackson, stealing two shirts; six months In Jail. John Sutton, assault upon hllen Green: fined 114 nmlcosu, Charles H.MHson, assault upon Mary Pago ; thirty days. Rlchnrd Bates, stealing a pistol, M. Freddie JiMeph, Mllly Montrop, and I; rank Foster, arraigned for making an Indecent awnutt upon a little boy named Constant in I. Ills Honor reprimanded the bojs severely ana nue them each IX The lie form Club Itejolce Over the Coming; of Murphy, At a meeting of the Washington Temperance Reform Club, hefd last ctenlng, tho following res 61utlonsucre unanimously a.TDpted: Seotxed, That the Washington Temperance Re form Club will hail with delight tho coming of the great temperance reformer, r raneis Murphy, and that ueulll give him all the aid and support we powibly can during his stay with us, mid hope temperance men and women throughout the Dis trict of Columbia will do the same. Kemltftt, 'ihat.ue attribute the great success w hich' has attended our reform tempi ranee orgiinl ration in lhlsJ.Htr!ct Jor the pout six months hi a great measure to the fad that Me have adopted the Murphy motto of "Malice toward none and charity for sit ' as too toy note for temperance speakers and temperance pledges,., ( The Lori gltiB-House. f The eemfoits receded at the Night -odging-Houewned to mle glad the heart of many a poor wayfarer looking for a placa to lay his aching headTjut night forty ersons uero acrom mo da led with food, shelter, and a ntoe clean bed lo sleep In. During the present month, dating from the 8th, 721 persona have reiolvod Ichlglnirsatthis haven of rct" After to-day there will be fifty beds for use; heretofore there have been forty three. 110 OYKAOOiTS reduced to 17.80, at Katzkmtiih', sie Sorenth street sxofiQFi o rr.v yjcrrj. OlAIN AAAtTALS, , lh Wtvr.Schoouo'r Kitty Ann. UyaocV, Alex andria, with 3,000 bushels or wbAt to B. a Hart ley. OtOBOtTOWX rAKAORAPBt, JCsnLJ. 8. Johnson, Boston, t Mass.; James P. nyur. Alexandria, Va t B. Uau, Chicago. III., and .W.Wilbertr. New York, are at the West End Hotel. , In consequence of tha Inclemency of tho weather the COOrreiratlQliS at all Ilia rhui Km wiw llmllMl yesterday. SUDDKIf DKATU, Mr irtlAW. V ITaI.X A k.II b, ihMIaum Of Georgetown, dlod anddenlr Baturday evening at S.30 o clock, at hti rosldenra No. 170 Brldgo street, of Apoplexy, age.1 fifty-live years. A short ttme ba foro his death Offlcor Pebastlan met hint on High sired, anu nnainghe waa unwoll, started to assist him to his home, when he met two of Mr. Walsh's rrienda, who volunteered U take him home, and the officer turned him over to them. On reaching his residence, a pallet was made on the dining room floor In front of tho stove, and Mr. alsh laid down while the family sat (town to supper. Mr. YWlh fell asleep Immediately, and snored heat 11 y for atom twenty minutes, when his heavy breath ing ceased, . Those at the nipper table thinking be quiet slumber, paid no attention to him. Shortly after, ft clerk Tier, a rlorlr In'&Tr. alch'c ftnnlnv kmked at hlntand finding the color hadloft his face went to him and dlsoovoniilihat ha waauead. l'hr SlclanaTWamiluimMitaUlv inmmnnNl. who rro- nouticcd the ratiM of death to be apoplexy. Tho coroner was noiHico not ueeming the inquest unneo WAry, gaio 'certiftcato of burial. Mr. ttalsh was born In Ireland, but removed to this country when quite young, and i has been a resident of the District for thirty two yean. At one time be con ducted tha auction busDicai at the oomer of Tcnih street and Pennsylvania avenue northwest. He dispiircd Of his buslnom In Washington and moved to Baltimore, where h,remathd a short time, and again returned to the, District and settling la Georgetown, succemAillr carried on the auoUon business to tha tlmoothlsilcatrt ii i , - W. JOHlt'fl CHURClt . ? Thamomlna'afmlra was mnrttxaCd and the ser mon preached by tha Rer. Dr. Townsend, rector of- me vnurcn i uie incarnauon, vraaningion,' in life afternoon the rector, the Rtr. J. J. Joyce spoke from Gal. Ir,. o, showing that out from the Incarna tion of our blessed Lord flowed the truth that we bad now entered Into a new relationship with God, or rather were now lint ablo to recognize and ap propriate th relationship, via., thst of being the sons of God. and so ablo to look up with confluence and say, "Abba, Father." WTRST BTnATT PHGtRYTEBtAr? CltURCFf, At this church the pastor. Rev. 8. U, Howe, preached yesterday an eloquent and e fleet! vo ser mou from Jcre, vlil.,20 "iho hart est h passed, tha summer Is ended, and w o are not saved Katiekstxim la tha FasbtdnAbltV Tailor and. CRtLTjitM's ulsters below cost EUemtn'a. That lta.aliMraa. On account of the Inclemency of tt1cvweather, tho Dahaway Club did not meet At 'WBcoln Hall last night, aswasexpectod, but met In their old quar ters. Temperance Temple, 4.12 Ninth street north wet, Jobcph llllams, president, In the chair, and U II. Patwrson, secretary. The meeting m as opened with prayer by Alexan der Kogleiton. The Jiall m as well filled with an nppreciauve auoience. io jmige irom pDear- nuvri uitiv nvin uuiw m iiuiiiipr.ui mhj nujm j present, whe " ent In out of the rain " The meet'" ins mm quite spmwa, ine specrnes being princi pally by reformed men, and limited to five mln- , It was announced that tha club would meet at Uneoln Hall next Sunday night, and that the iiarser lamuy wotua uepreseui ana give some choice music, and D. W. Bruce would recite "I've Drank My Last Glass, Boys; Pie Drank My Last Glass." A nor an interesting niostraled ard statistical ad dress by Joseph ill lam the meeting was ad dressed by the following named, Interspeniedjvtth songs by the Dashaway Glee ClubrW. It Chlpley, JamcaLco, C. W. Litchfield, Charles White, Ben jamin Ollphant, Noble Mogee, John fcmalls, Alex ander Eagkwton John 11. Dunning, George W, neyiHiKin, jere nuiianu, josepn r. unipiey, nu Ham J. Boyd, Charles M. Nye, Frank Iarcombe, Kd. Morgau, Kdward l'cck, D. W. Eldridge, and Rev. Dr. Kramer. The Dashawa)-s will have a watch mooting to night Forty-five persons signed the plodge. CtU)Afjf's SitTS for S3 to lift, at ICatkhstkin's 110 Seventh street OvEACOAn below cost Eiaemen's, Seventh and E. A TURKEY'S QUEER AJfTICS, A Christmas Story, which. No One la Asked to Delleve. On Christmas Eve Mr. H . a resident of this oity, received from a country friend a fine, largo live turkey for a Christmas dinner. lie Invited a small number, of his most Intimate friends.ladios and gentlemen, to dinner on Christmas and ordered the cook to prepare the turkey tn the best style she knew of. By the way, Mr. H was a good, pious man, never known to swear, and loved good eating. Christmas day dawned upon the land and was considerably spent when the pwti began to arrive at the domicile of Mr. H , to partake of the regular old time twenty-four pound cobbler that was to be sen ed for dinner. At last the company was ejmetubled In the parlor and dinner was an nounced. Before partaking of which Mr. H .as was the custom with him, arose and In an 1m- firvsilve manner said grace, calling upon the Lord o shower Ills bloFslngs upon the food of which thev w era about to partake. Grace being said ami Uie company settled down to nam work. Air. it. nosed around to see which would be the best place for the point of attack: ho accidentally msdo an Incision with the point of the big can lng-knlfe In the thigh of the turLey, w here upon theold gobbler became en meed and let fly one of his homy drum-sticks, which caught the Cloui gentleman In tho eye. The sting from tho low ceUMod the good gentluraan to exclaim," hy, dam mnf rim tha tnrkpvl dnm tiivtitl -' " here the Infuriated remarks of the pious gent were Interrupted the turkey got up, walked around tho table, gobbled, sUggcredback to the dish, laid down and kicked Ills last Mr. II.. being somewhat of a superstitious turn of mind, ordered the cook to take an ay the food and let it be cast Into the earth. At the City Ball Saturday, IUFBEMC COVBT OF THE DISTBICT. A, A. Brooke was appointed an examiner In chancery. The bond of Noble J. Thomas, as a county constable, was approved. Mr. Henklek from the committee on applications for admission" to the Bar, reported that J. S. Lyons had passed tho examination, and he was admitted. Hovey agt . McDonald. Mr. Ray, oounsel for defendant, filed motion asking to be (llscnarged as counsel or record, ami the order tiled Decembers, striking out answer for contempt was made peremptory. Page agt Bunutlno, super sodeasbondflxeu. Booker agt Btewart.appeal bond fixed. Kendall agt Denalse, And Bartloy agt Raymond i Judgments below affirmed. Tbs court adjourned without day. The next term will convene on Monday week, (January 7), aud will be adjourned for two weeks, PCBUSHINQ THajJANS, Marriage licenses have been Issued to the follow ing parties! John A. Eberly and Mary Senklndt Christopher LcW"Utand Fanny Gates, both of iwiuniurr, ku., it. ii. vuitiiikii, oi Aansas, ana Mary U. Ifatton, of Prince George's County, Md. William Smith and Mary Crawford; Samuel Bran- ham and Alary rowel i, both or Arlington, Va.i John Orozcndorf and Rebecca Rclnhardt, both of Montgomery uounty, Nu.: w.u uaker and Sallie tuouy, uoui oi iiennco uounty, va. M en's St ITS from 9&G0 IS f 10, at KATZENbTEiN's 310 Seventh street. Ilotet Arrivals, fO. JantttA. JIKnush, Va L Xjindreth sad P P rarpenier.ps. B PhllllfS,N Yt Afrsl) Rlake.N II Urn K Hanlteld, V J l Johnson and W Tryon, N Y W llnlser.pHi ItrsS J W Barnes, lexss, W Dawson. Ounndl i Landnn. Oni; J II MrCray. Ark: M li lloost, W Va. IU Miller, tia, W WJiuknon, W Va A J rarlsh, Vat11 W Hutit, Maw E Igy, Md, A W rellOKS Pa, J U Clark, Me; Dr J G Harris and Miss A U Harris, Uesiit: W Dare. Md, J G lietird and wife, N Yr It A Bobbin. t)omi. Jl 1 lllake.UK Itrowne, J hulIlvaH aud L Lane, Pu, 11 F bbrlver, W S a J G Tlioma Md. rMM.-Vt Hamuct Wolf and wl, la: R Berole, It Fllloh.Tl. riiompmn, JO bpaldlng, Payinanter 8 Itand.UHN, lilt Robertson, Aloiaudrlu, Jill Itlch mond and wife, W P P)itrtoii, M M McL'onib, UNA TLHiiied N Yi Rev Geo Af niter and v. He, FnyUnd. Mrs K M Wilkinson, MIm M Derlig. In1, M It Hurr, M P King, J Jlersch, IIP Anils. WriW PMcCarty, II Jt ltttford. t M Parker. N Vi M M Bjney, Ht JuU. GenODUrover, Nnrrolk, Va. Mrs M Clarke, KflmHlyd, Ph: Prof W Ilarkness, UH N, A Mo Mlllan, R Ii G W Wood, USA, Imitertat M Zaniacond, N Y JII Bcnham, Jr ChlcnKo; MbM Hamilton, Billlmoret HtOiilltr and alfe, MHIiowmn and wile, Rotneter, , M Nlrhoi son.N Yi AHthotteld, Lya4, lowo, J A Pbllllpa aud titfe MetnphK KD lonnsond, Ark H P Ihv; t.in Gai l-Deweexe, Han Antonio: Git Davidson Md, A T Curran, Jersey City O V Mknoii, Glawow, Me; T J llartliolow.m liOuKlt Knspp.tltj ALBionsii, Waterbury.Conn, Nlajgart.Phlla. i w4rftii0mi.-1I 8 Muller and wife, Y K VfliJIeton, R MrPiuonsaiidwlfrj-Cl O Banwury ami witV, F Ii hnilthand wire, N Yl PhAimdcrssndwir."l'filfai W J Pal kins n and wife, UaJhion Ki-Wlt Bai m, ( linn H WM,nbIliMidaiuldavMCr7Bosteu; A Bui ler, llurlliigton, H Hatch, Otfitwiisbuig, VrhojwuVi-J B Baxter, MIs S O Trsy. F Vnicy, Ga; K Ainbuhl, Maim; 'G T K W bit horn. Chi- nroj It 1 Miller, C nclnnall; J K Nettll. Pa, Mrs A V Johnson, Mia VJoUnOnTMll J Johnwn. V OenJMuJohDon.VaJ Iars, It 8 Ibal, Maw, JH lllniliman, P WJ Walker. New Orlean tl O b- bona.N Y B F Jlarvy,cliy( JN McCuithlll, Ohio, hire, OLDomhue, N Y WG Dealer, wife and dauglitor, tVtlumbus, W Tryon. Itrooklyn; lllshop Ames, rial 1 1 more: M L Keith and Mire Jloeton- W J Purklnton And lf, Plaliabunr GHTubey and wtTe, jtieion: W U Turner, U tt N, II iu Joseph Jorgsuseo, pe.eraburg. J QEXKRAL AIHKRT VIKK. A Reunion ef Veteran a on the Occasion of Bis Mxty-Mmth Dtrthday-OM Ornradeo In the Uexlean War Give Him a rieaaant Surprise Party. General Albert "Pike, poet and philosopherfwe the recipient of a ceremonial visit on Saturday night, the occasion being his rlxty-elghth birthday, and the visitants his old companions ln-artns of the Mexican war to the number of thirty or forty. An Informal meeting of the veterans was held at 1115 Pennsylvania aeuue. at .7 30 o clock, whore refer ence was briefly made' to the fact of Uabelrurtht old Acholar's birthday, the promptness with which ne nan nuod requisitions upon nu genius ana talents as a poeiu and orator, on various occasions for tho association, and the seasonable opportunity afforded for testifying the affection and esteem la which ho Is held by the membership, Therefore the meeting resohed to move In e body, undor the iPAncrxainor voionei Alexander MoniRnmerv, v. street, near Sixth, where lu due time the party seuue of tones of mystic lore, globes, mapsfpms of art, and curi ously wrought meerschaum plpos, the latter, being hla AhAAlal ivuVniiall . hlispcolal weakness. As tha tiarlv f hturiK' resented by the secretary ftf the awmefatton, and all sought a favorable position apparently to hear Pike i ax. Indeed, tho scene presented sufgented Vltke s Peak," with a cluster ot snow-capped hills surrounding the siher haired philosopher, whose dome was by several inches the tallest In the group, but no such thought was uttered Col, Montgom ery waa the organ of those present to exprew their congratulations, which waa admirably performed, ana called out the recipient in an extemporaneous Speech abounding in humor and gratification at meeting so many or his oidtimo mends. At the conclusion. Arthur St C. Denver, csa . nresented a letter which had been handed to him, and upon opening; ii prorou iocoi potucai oomnouuon irora . ii. njujHuni, whi , niiicu wRarvu wjvicii. .j. tnuruuvu, viiciuns: nenv pptaunv mrn wh lowed the reading of several of Uen. Pike a "poems oioiner a ays, one oi wmen, enaing wnn me iui towing verse, produced a marked sensation! X "Our autumn days of life have oome, the frosts be gin to fall; j. f Beyond the dark, deep river, hark I we hear old comrades call t To the dead and living whom esch loves let each hi ma KUMit un, . r And the memory of tho dead ansll mAke the living dearer still," . f But the recitation of a humorous poem. Illustrat ing what one can do "With a Dollar or Two,1 opened up a vein of cheerful anecdotes and remtn tseoheca of camp and field. In which the visitors .participated In JUcrlmlnately. ARetabnut forty minutes of pleasant enjoyment the paHy bAde Ccn. I1kej;ood-nlght,ind retired t in good order and oondiUon." The ait.wi-.tion will meet to-morrow, (New Year's Day,) at 11 15 1'cnnsvlranta at enue. at eleven o'clock, lo pToce;rl to the Kiecutlve ManHtn. and pay their rcspetu Wlhe Prcsldentof the United States, as per iiroyrammcv, J Shoes and Slippers, In all stylea for receptions, at Strasburgcrs, 308 and 90S Seventh street is goDiet nu, Useftl hblldsy presents forUttle money, at KATZtNSTStHs Clothing And Tailoring KbtablUh ment Fahct ulsters at cost Elscman's, Sovenlh and E. 1877. Midnight Chimes. 187. Watch-plant sen Ice will be hed this evening at many of the Methodist churches. At the Metro politan Church, corner of Four and a half and C streets, they w 111 begin at nine o'clock. From nine tin ten there will tea rosnel temeerauce service. and a delegation from the Y. M. 6, A.. will be pres ent to participate in the exerctaos. A sermon will 4 preached by Rev. Dr. Newman, and the u.iual praise and prayer meeting peculiar to the Metho dists will be held and continued until tho close of the old and advent of the new year. The following programme has been arranged for the chimes by Prof, n Iddows, who will chime each quarter of the last hour In Imitation of the great Westminister chimes, of London, and toll the hour of twelve on ine great eeii. ine congregation arm sing me doxolocv. areomDanledbv Prof. Wlfldowi on the chimes. After which the following selection of music win oe ruayeu, me nrsi numoeroi nve pieces being arranged with especial reference to tho sliver wedding at the Executive Mansion No L ' Silver Wedding real,"-"Vte Have Lived and Loved-To-gethor," ''Long, Long Ago," Neudelssobn'a wedding march, and "Hall to the Chief." Played In honor of the silver wedding of the President and Mr. Hayes. No. 3. Choral "Klafeate Hugenota." No. 8. 'Turn on Old Time" Maritane. No. 4 "The Standard Bearers" No. ft. "Salute to the Flag" H. A. Preston. No. 0. Selections from "The Chimes of Normandy." No. 7. "The Old Folks at Homo" No ft. "Do They Think or Me at Home." No, 9 'FIeur Song and Soldier's Chorus" Faust No 10 Life let us Cherish." No. 11. "There s a Good Time Coming" No. IX "March from Tannhausen." No. IS. "Swoct Love, Good Night to Thee." No. 14. "Home Sweet Home." The programme will be re peated at noon New Year's day. Reception Shoes and Slippers At n. L, btrasburgcr's, 80 and 308 Seventh street ULSTERS AtKATlEXSTEIK'S, from K.60 to S30. 310 Seeuth street Oveicoats At cost Elseman Bros. The Week of Prayer, The United States branch of the Evangelical AUI an co have adopted the following programme for the observance of the vi eck of prayer, January 6 is, 1S78: Sabbath, January e. Sermons Christian union periit'ivu. act, iu v, iv. Monday, January 1 Prayer and praise Remem brances of penonal and relative mercies; prayer for the Divine blessing on past rivlIegos, and for n humhle and eontrite snlrlL Tucsdav. Januarys, Irsver -For tie church of unnsiin an lanas: iorine aouveranco irom error; fiir Its Inerpjuia In faith and hollnea and In iMvrnr aa witness for the Lord Jesus Christ; for the grace nu guiuunw ui wio iiuij ci'ini. Vtalntiadav. January l'ravpr Toe Chrtattan families! for sick and affUcled mombersLfor chil dren at school, and for all voutha In our (vtlleeMi imrciiuii.iiH v. ch...,u, uuii at.cti viikaim upon tut) (curs uuiiucu ui mm, iaa lur moau abroad mr our sons ana aaugniersopeniyconreBs- 1DK vsnii. Thursday, January 10 Prayes For nations, for rulers, magistrates, and statesmen ; for the army and navy for all benevolent and philanthropic In atltutlons; for nllglous liberty and the opening of doors "whlo and eltectual" tor publishing the Gos- pet; ana tor uie reign 01 nguieousness ana peace. j-iiu;. iiiuai; u. n.u-i rv( ,uimii illu sions to the Jews and Gentiles ; for Sunday-schools, anaionno iirine messing on ail unnstianenoru to spread the glad tidings of the Gospel salvation. Saturday, January 12. Prayer For the circula tion of the Bible; for the observance of the Sab bath; for the removal of Inlcmperaucet for the res cue of the fallen; for the safety of those who travel by land and water. flabbuth. January 13. Sermons Christian life. "Lot your light shine," Mstt v., IS. Minor lUstriet Notes. Walton Brothers, of New York, propose selling to the Commissioners the steam fire engine that they had on exhibition at the centennial. Mr. I B. Emery, of the county poor almshouse, applied Haturdty for their proper proportion ef the market house poor fund and 1100 was given him. Building permits have been Issued as follows: Jnhn t.avwftruiMlilA- nnatorv hrlek mmirHvnlh and D streets, northeast; 1175. Mary A. Lyner, one three-story brick. Fifteenth and Sampson streets nortnwcM; ij.iw. Licenses have been Issued as follows: B. L. Wheeler, liquordealerj u,8, Bellen, apothecary; 1 tunta. ixruuru, uquur ueair: v,.ii.iurxw 01 v,o, produce dealer; Butler it Clatldgo. ajiothccarr; W A.uruwom, insurance agent, james uannon, iiquoi ueaicr, -Mr. Georeo R. Herrlck has been appointed a Justice oi the icace. Mr. George A. Caswell, commissioner lor the Almshouse, has recommended to the District Com missioners for pardon Jerry Noon an and Molly Bums, Inmates of that Institution. The Commissioners hate requested Mr, Lewis J. Davis to withdraw his resignation ai A commis sioner of Uie sinking fund, in view of the probable speedy transfer by Congress of the duties of ftiese commissioners to the United elates Treasury De partment a llEApQVAATrRS for fancy Ulsters, At KiTiKNSTEtN'a, 310 Seventh street Cass, suits at cost Kiseman's.b'evonth and . The Jefferson Family Editor KaHoiiat Republican t Bin ;Allow me to correct a mistake made In the National RErusucAM of December 27. Mr. Jcf finon had no son, and therefore no lineal descend ant, of the name of JeflVrson, His two daughters led children of the name of Randolph and Kppes. I am a daughter of Mrs Thomas Mann Randolph, Mr Jefferson's eldest daughter. And am therefore able to set you right on the subjecUf "Miss JefUr son, who la going on the stage, WililIhOTov. D.a, Decauibergq, 1877. W. An AlexaiidrlH Thief Captured. Yesterday afltrnoon Detective Miller Arrested a cllorwt boy named Morris Jasper, who la e mplojcd asavatur t thl Tarklnson Home, and who is wanted In Alexandria on at harge of burglary. Tlie accused was locked up at police headquarters, and word sent to the authorities if Alexandria. About four o (lock Officers Hmlth and 1 air fax of that city cams to headquarters, and tho nrlsoner una hturned over to them aud taken to the ancient burg Bon' Euiti for I3.W to 120, it Katianstem a, 310 Sortoth street Fine Dress Bolts, That have beenlrnada to order, for sale DBjOAtw At jtoman A Cox a, 607 beventh street lteeeptten Shoes and SllppersV it It. L. Strasburgrr's.tOgand ao Seveoth street CatLbi Kit's evsrcoau below cost. Elstman'o. i C1TTJTKMM, iTnCHKS and If irkrm. SAtohels and Traveling Bags, Pocket books, die , cheap for cah, at the fac tory and salesrooms of James & Topham, 4C Sev enth street northwest, undor the Big V Ire Sign. ,r ""- . " , Ymrmi rrortt do pay attention to your teeth, neglect will soon ruin them. Be wise In time. Clean lhem dally with Tittmsrofi'sIvoRTPKARU TooTn I'owDKR, the most perfect dcr.Ulflce known. It will keep them through life In good condition, white and sound, will harden the gums, sweeten ibe breath, and prevent toothache. Hold by all irugglsts. 25 and W cents per bottle. Ahk you bilious; troubled with headache, dly. ea, sick stomach, constipation, AoJ Areyoudf eenUfl.narvous.tluU. ana laaanlitf Averse to all sick siomacn.consuDauon. &dj Ate rou avr- Ic, nervous, duU, andlananld t Averse to all exertion. Is your lire miserable You require a Ihange. Cleanse thesjitcBi.purtry and renew the lood. Take uuikk'i iBisit tea, the great house hold remedy. It will soon relieve yon. Bold by; ait druggists, 23 cents per packago, which makes a quart of medicine. i Wkt La MicntirE-SriCAD SrarifOTntif nd Plast krs Are still the best known. Their curative pow ers far surpass all others. , limn times dotnandtennemy;' praetlco1 It by renovating your soiled gloves wlthJouvKus Iko pERous KiDaLoviCLsuNStk. Frlce 23 ccnU per bottle. H vodr hair harsh, dry and stiff? Does It refuse to curir Dress It with Tn ox ryot's Pom a pa OrnMt. An oleaginous compound oi siuguiarimerns. ii will Improve it Sold by druggists, 4c. Fries SV fnd 60 csnu per bottle,, ( LOCAL MfSCL-LLAXf. Left-offolothtag, watches, -pistols, Ao bought at Hersogs, tli D aircet Orders attended to. FOK THE HOLIDAYS. Jli. (Ul l.Miii4mnl. kn.ii.. VMiimi Rnw. 1 Invite tf'eaiuntlon of ihehr ITMifls and the pabtto xencranj 10 iurir iMrgvki.u cmnjiieiv iww wi " HOUDAYPBJ4Eino OF ALL KINDS, ennsUtlng In-rart of elertnllr-lltnrated Olft nooks. ftUnt'ardi 1'oVta and Mlscollaneotia llooka, Psmily t itltt'rs Prayer 1 bums. Writing IX K.iim. fctrchlefand GlovoBoxes, Jewel Boies, Dressing' Caiws, Ac. t-ancv (lvnl knd NavU1m Ia autt the taste of crerj one awenini; uj maK iiviwv rinriip m . Kir.wnrrAstr.n ahonh. dell HI Pcnnsv tela avenwe, Vernon now. LOOK TO THE JUVENILES, ske Tirjur WFrx'ftErmwFD wrnt books 1-OR THE UU MLNU IIOUDA H. Ihcliefinemt nd tt erdlsUt nt JUVENILIS andTOVltOOKH mthecty Utobe found at 8 lit T.T.I 'XQTWPH TIOOK STOTtK, Corner of Fourea 1 a-hatf street end Penn'a avenue, tltlHI.KH, KI'lHCOl'AL AND CATUOUC ritAVUlDOOKH. POCKKT KNIVIH and GOLD PEN3. 1IA IUK3 In various atyles of Mrdlng. RU3SIA LEAiJIllK POCKLT TJOOKfl, very C FANCY RTATIONEnY la the newest Styles of Omit hnven. PLAYING CARDS of all sorU and onolltlfN, at the Very low est prices and of the best quality for the prices f harpNt riiixii i Art -3 jiAnivnuu nrm oiou SPECIAL ANNOUNrKMFNTFORTIIECIIRlST MAH HOLIDAMt t W. H. & 0; H. MORRISON, 475 PeiinaylranlA nVnune, Mare opeood for the nolldays a l'ne of choice goods, HOLIDAY BOOKP. ccmprislng elrgaolly lltus traled Hooks, In lloth, Cair, and Morocco Blndlagi and editions ofkll styles arid prices f ibe wnrKsof the beet authors la Poetry. Ftottnn, History, Blogra pby, ttMays,Trai els, aturel History. Hclenca, 9UL, KueyclopiBdlas. Art works Uallerleaof Art All va rtUM tn HUMMI LEiTHRH OOOI1H. Photon ch Albums, Pockttbnoka, Oard Cases, rraiuea, work boxes. Willing Desks, Glove and Handkerchief jioxm, iBUM hb j,'i i iig iiM. man xtmrnnf iDkmanda . A full aawrtmsDt of Bibles and Prayer Books, aad Prayers and nymitalslaoasfe. Fancy Paper Weights, Christmas end New Y ear's Owds, Bcnp-book Plo tures. Panel Pictures, PsMCpartout lYamea, Crlubage Boaros. Cuvaa PorUblloa, Glass and JWease Ink stands, Cheesmea, Dominoes, Checkers, Beck gammon Board. Prang's Chromes and Illuminated Texts, r aircniJOS- uoia iens ana jioinera.i nuareo a 107 Gffi is ipT r. w tooaef Books. Uaaua au Tora. Taocv Hm nave 00 our sneives one or uie nam Uiebenusomeat editions ef Dickens' Works ever published, la thirty volumes. eiw, wo QEASONABLE AND SERVICEABLE HOLIDAY PRESENT. All tho Novelties of the Season. STEIN MKTZf Matter and FnrtiAr, VISITING CARDS ws NEW YKAHfl CAI.Lh ENUHAVh-b Oh PRINTED CHAS. A. WIMER, Stalloaer, Engraver and Prlater, No. IA1 F at reel itonhweat Orders received up to New Year s morning. M.W.GALT,DRO.&G&, Have made large additions to their stock of WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER and FINE PLATED WARE. Clocks, Bronzes, Brass Goods, Choice Porcelains, Ac. Alt tb, nw .tj-1.1 of FANCY SILVERWARE, designed especially for Wedding Presents. LADIES' HOLLY TRF.E DTNIKQ ROOMS SIS Nliilb street, near F. Aseleit billot fkre at low rales available. Regular meals, ornla, gUool lentOflM, Hplendldlforae-UadePUw.-All dlsbei made home-like and palatable. X4 Mt I K.-SWB.W esUeal Tickets . rKwra per idooib. in utmook ... - . . 11 uu Open during the day and evsouut, Bandy U eluded. , do3-3m ... .. UD0 GENTLErvlENATTENTION ! FOR RECEPTIONS, nAF.rN, TARTIEfe, Ac, FINB DRESS BUIT8 TO ORDER A SPECIALTY, At a Bavlog of Fully TvVENTY.FIVE PER CENT, ON USUAL PRICES. Call or sen 1 for price list. JOHN M. KEELBR, Artist TalW, Vernon Row, detT-lm Tenth street and Pennsylvania avenue. PRACTICAL FURRIER, No. SOS Ninth .tr..l northweat. deel lm Simms Toilet Cologno, TIIKUEHTrOnTIIKJIOaEY-IIPEll J'lNT, Try tampl. Loin. t U r,nu IIolld.r Uooai t tli, laWMt cuh prluM. u tl.UhrMUH. UntciLK IRIi li:ilN01VAIy. GEOROK AND HARRY CAN BUY TIIK1R NKW Y,.rs ITrapou rh,.p, ftir AI. ClOMmTEIN. THKlUilACXOriIHT.Nn.tifl l',nn,;lv.il.vnii,l uir.r. hi, linm.nM .took orMhKRHl UAUkl (IO01M .net HMOKkttA' AltllcLM of .verrdMtrtptlon.i KJKtitfl' A1WI(.L. or everr-.deetriptlonat -five percent, below hU regular price, until y 1,1374 Cigars in boxea oft) at t.ouo rates. iwemyn J.nii.rr; d.c.t. i,U3iiii:h. WHEATLEY BROTHERS, ZVXHEtt VATtDS, or.onar.Tonx, v. a, AND CORNRR BKVENTH AND Q eiREETS. snhistf WasniMOTOW P.O. TL "KRCHANTB AND OTH1CR8 WiailINQ of any desorlrtlon should call at THE RFPUBU CAN OPFICK. Ballsfactlon guarsmced.botb im to price and quality, oclMf rMILLER, PRACTICAL UniOLHTirnEirAiiD m ijiA,uuAtuji, imj w airrei nonuwui, TtENHY R, SKARLK, AM. ARLHITECT, ,.. HOKBTREKT, Opposite Post Once Department novA-iy NEW ApYERTlBEMEyTB. JOB PRINTIN G. THD61 BOOK AND JO" PRINTING HOUSE Is prepared at all times to do all Taicda of Job k"rUUag on tho SrldRTE'sf-NOTICE LOWEST 3PK,IOB,- BEST STYLW OF THE ART. Thl, BUbU.bm.nl I, th, moil oomnHU of nnj la th, cltj, aad Is fullj culppwl with th. LARGE8T ASSORTMENT OF TYPE BEST MACHINERY. ;SA O,. -r v U'wii Briofs, Famphlots, Lottor-Hoads, Bill-Heads, Statements, Posters, Dodgers, Guttersnipes, Ciroulors, Wedding Invitations, Ball Tiokets, Cards, oto., etc., PRINTED IN THE BEST 8TYLE. The office Is also fully furnished with ma. terla) for doing all kinds ol Theatrical and Show Printing, from the largest STREAMER OR- POSTER to the smallest OAHD OR PROGRAMME. N.ITIHFACTION OCUIANTr.KO, dKii tr nr.DiciNAi.. -.. , , SPROIAI. NOTICK TO THE AFFLICT tD.-DR, nOUKIVnWN can be conmlted every WeAnswlay andpaliirriarat hlomce.tlt I) strel nort&wtsbbe IweenNlnthandTrnib, rVomltntt m. from long rnenre in norsiintfimi pnvsie prnir njniHrv iiwtnitntnL nip lit all dlOUM of tli Ilr.n-V Urrana ami nf lb a NervoiM Rvstem. TlLl Orvanlo anl reintnal W atknefis, Inipotenry iomi efseiusl iwwrj nervooi ueninir ena tTeiaonng mipuauon oi uia Jleart, Dimness or rUgbt or UlJdlnets, Palm In tha Rack nd Nocturnal KmlMlona,Ao , atl resulting from atnises taytiuth or excrer-es In manhood. Dhae recently ountraeted cuTod In five to lenaarS.and in pnlwn entirely eradicated from ttao srniivnj lo, all sum ami oiooti eueraes euicaiy rprru, vt ii . isaora by the leading pliysMans of Bitmore, his native rlir. visits Wauilntton Uedaeadara and sutunlara. All oonieltaUsii etrkUy conOdeutud. ocsly XTOW IS THE TIME TO SELL" LADIES a- uent'a and (Andrea's fast on wearing ad rarel. Boots, Shoos Ac, at extraordinary high cadi prices at "JL'briP Old Wand" No, els U street at- , BILL HEADS, LETTER HEADS, UlUl'UItAnB, CODOJUW and all kUrt ef JOB PRINTINrtesanited with neat- OFFItl-.. the lartft estabtUhmsntln the city ocll fjilllK FINEST AND-M08f COMpLEtB" iOD PIlINTlIia OFFICE In Hie city la connected with THE nxpUBLtCAN establish A) ent - oc!2 tf iioti:i,n. TTOTFL AIcnEMEU. 11 Noa. 1720 and ins PennaytrsDta avenaa. few ana elegantly furnished. Is now open for the r ceptlou of transient and permanent boarders, Ka. reliant table board, tX pvr month, (Freorh Ctpk.) Xiesrant fUrntslied rocm. en suite or single, Adeu rKHiseupok coffee for I cents a apeHlir, deo&iy U FJwlHQKR, Proirlotor. - BBBI-CTJEiOTJ-SEL -HeadquartcrtjArmy and Navy. WAsniNOTtm, n, a O. 6. W1LLABD, " psyio-ti 1 PropMeter. METROPOLITAN HOTEL, LATE BROWKA WASUIWpTOK, p. 0,, THE OARROLLTON, BAtiuonp,, n. 1 n. B. COLKMAN coSrmrUim. B.n.COLKHAN. locM-HI A. O. gMITg. IMPEniAI. IIOTEI.. WASllIRHTOTf , I), a To meet the iwbjiUi of Uie Inrtlliii nttlJliL lkl flrai-elMH Hotel hareduced Ms prloee rronif4SO 1X5 WILLARD'S HOTEL, WABIIIKaTO.t, p,a WORMLEY'S HOTEL, FORMER X AND rirrKEKTlI STRKCT4 Flniclw In .ry revert. , mjUt GRAY'S HOTEL, coRHKR nmm and i btukxh orm wonTHWtyr XjorEiUj-t San ford Ilouse, San ford, Orhauj COnnty, TJp- persi, tfoiins,, Ftrsl-cbuM Motel tor one bendreA and Arty gueaU. BlUUrds, Alowllng- Alley, Beml-Tropicei Oardens and Oranxe Groves, ftrrt VegrUbleJi. Warn Sulphur prlnge; nne ttahliig, abooilinj aod boating, tweoty aieamboais a week front Jacksonvtllet dully mallj modenucharg'- J. B w tSTAH. Alaoager. LAKK MONTtOB llODSfl FANrWD. Good and comnwtable accommodation ler alxry guests. Opea throughout the year, Torau f 10 a week; AM 1 a paontb. 1 novl-Mi KfKW HOTEL, WASHINGTON, XX a BIGGS KOtrsii, a W. BPUFFORD, PKUPRXKTOIt First Hew aad complete la ell It apeetntmenlai Is situated opposite tlie Untied RUtee Treasury bunoV Inge. and In tho Immediate neighborhood of the Preal deul's Alan-Jon. the Htale, War. aad Navy Depart ment a, and tbe Corcoran Ait Gallery, nolAly SO?. CTMIES HIOTDHXj ON TUB. EUROPEAN PLAN, Corner Sixth street aad Pennsylvania avenge, ocio-ly J TV ORCirS HOTRL. CHRISTIAN WOItCII, I'roprtitor. This bouse la new and elegantly rurnlihed. Theae- commotletlons ai re torn oeet, man me CPr mtm raw ideal and traveling publle are Invited eraie 1 do resii loraiL rplIR ARLINGTON. X VA.UMONT AVitOTa, (Opposite WhtM House.) T ItOKwMLK rM.)H. Proprietors. . CONTINENTAL HOTKI, US AND KB PKNN trlv.nl. .T.nu. W."hlttt.B1 u U. (Amw. lean and European pun.) TiroM.ritoSJ.t0 per day mn .mi jiinjpr.ii fbr room ftnd lKrd. iiMMii J,wu. yiujiiivwi wr wbi ,v orlS-ly M. lL MKANB A OtV fnamf. APjt Annku pUn.mrn.r MIXVNO.nd DttrMt. lm JAUES A. DONNVXLY, Pr.pri.ldr. CONGRESSIONAL HOTEL, Corner el New Jerser Jivenne and B street south, ... b.T.., u . t J A QUI Bf . ir.v1C . f t Af. BANUKKHON, Preprletov. I FRENCH HOTEL AND RESTAURANT. 50fl AND : fourteenth street northwest. Ladlefrandgen. t'emen's dining rooms. Drat board by week or montH. Cheap. declO-Sui J.M. "PERREARDT lron. ave one and Third atrcel ittDQK, Proprietor. COMFORTS. FELIX DESFOSSK-S FRENCH BAXERT VI F.N MA HULLS A BPKCIALTY, , (katabUsbedlsfiA.) II Yaiaanr iNraaaatMeHeccxaa. FEUX DlOHniC he well kaowa and oaOy real FreDCbbakertaWashlaay ton, lias removed to No. XII II street, between TweS lleib and Twenly-Hrat streets, near Pennsylvaataave nue, wliere, tn annuM espronly built for lbs purpose, be has BToatar fccllliiee tfiao before for the waauDto tureoflho best ench and American Hrred. arrencsi ilread a specially. Liberal terms ottered te boleAs eml dealers. n. if. irenrn oreaa recoouDanava nirptnaH dyspepsia. Beware of lndtatloaa, die if JKWINQ MACUINKS. V ew White, New Improved pavt Kew 1 in proved WUeea DemeeUo. ""Si. Ej5me6koUle, rv oeeier a w usvn. Kenalagtea, All As lads fcr Rent -AIM per mental MtKKNNKY A CO., 4X7 Nialh street northwest. jiw uJn."v'rij.jjiuiii!iL.r.!-,-i flf HVH OF ARCHITECT AND .ENGINEER, will make meaaurements, survey Iohmm by lire, and adjuii dillVreucesef all kinds, tA A. street nortbwMW ot--ly - . - FOR rsAaOE. rFFICB OF LINCOLN J land Is beantmilly lot ARK LANI).-TIIlt land Is beantlftilly located, adjoining Uncolu Park. In squares tas. no, wo, toil. r. tn antiarM mfl. BSD. W0. toll 101 4. loll. I0JI, lia. laie, (car, iojs, leu, and 1001, will be sold hi squares or IrJinn av i,rm llhrrd navmetlia IrV-iltrdit T per will. Tlie JJncoln Para Auoilullon oouteuw CD t.Q -llOAItniNO.' rpilE TBEMONT IIOU8K X Vi JUAKlNfl OOOD TEJtMS IfOJl I'AMII.Y OH BINULK IIOOMU. . bt,.m or .lor, Iimi ocll-ly MORTON HOUSE, 022 and 024 F8trcpt Northwest. TRICJa FOR POARDi i-r moniu . , ... .... uir month. If paid In advance, break fast or dinner ,.... i U meal lirkeu .-............., S 00 47 do do .. .....,. ,M.... It) 04 MORTON JiulWEwsAtbeUrst one lo theiityU lower the prices fur board, and tbua save lbs neopte Irom t to ta pf r inonlb. Best Board in tho City. Kggs, Hominy and Out Meal for break Ast every day St MORTON IlillMB, 23 and Ki P street noribweet. N. It. No beer, liquors ov-tubaico or auy kind sold etHy 2 TURCO-RUSSIAN And"' SULPHUR BATHS. AT KU E BTltU.r, NXA1IN1MU. OC1H -a' r r. 1" ( t'ii Hi -,- -;1 :..