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THE NATIONAL EEEUJ3LTCAST, TtpESDAY IQENINa, SEPT.EMBEB 16, 1879. W . $fotumnl llcpuMicniL tEntcre d nt tho rost-orflco at Washington, T), C ko nil class matter. I At M. Uf.AI'i1, IJUXOIL THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN ti published dally (Sundays excepted) by T tt Halicnal KtnuWfcan Printing anl PiMisHs Co., AT No. 1.108 TJ Street Northwest. IVlUtSl Qb copy one your - Ont col y ono month ,14 00 , CO Address NATIONAL HErVnl.tCAN Washington. D. O. n-Communication) jot puWiWiffon iftotiM be brief, flatnli written, ami imlu iiihjh mt mle of IU jwprr When anonymous thevv ill Ce veillicrrmd nor returned Jtejected nmuuicrlpU will not be prcm J nor rcfurnnf. Jlr. I. DAVIDSON Is the Agent for Ihoic-i eotpt of Ailverttssiiionts anil Subscriptions for this 1'apor, ami alio fur tho Collection ol Account. Mr. W. II. rori! Isnlso nntlinrlrert to ro cbIto Advertisements mid Subscriptions. Largest Legitimate Morn in a Cir culation in tho District. WASHINGTON', SEPTEMBER 10. 1670. Tin: Atlanta Constitution ltm csmo to tho deliberate coucluilon tlmt tho crcnlclngBhoo las no music ill its sole. Wo concur. Kickixo of shins is now a f.uonlc amusement in tho Democratic party of Now York, nnd the game is quite lhcly. TILTHS? hud another prumoultiou of paralysis at Syracuse, nml Ins sinco tupped a fresh batrol as u nervine to keep things quiet. Now tho Now York II'ojJ dulis John Kully as Don Kelly, nud characteiizes Tninmnny as mi autocratic orcanhcttion no longer Democratic. New booms arc not fuihionablo just at this time. Wait until Ohio and Iowa have spoken, and then tlioro may bo an introduc tion of new fashions for 18b0. Ject ho had over taken In hand. Ho had to hold jilm almost by main strength until ho could inseit his siphon, and then ho found the 9enatorkns empty of political opinions nsTir.nnN'a bar'! was of dnll.us nt tho cloo of tho election in 187(1. . Ho even Initcil him with somo opinions of General Gar field, lml lio dldn'l bllo worth u cent, olid tho correspondent retired weary of a fruit less ch.iso where thcro w as uognmo In tho woods. We regret exceedingly that our refusal tonnswer it scries of silly questions, which nro based neither in good sonc, good taste, nor fact, should hnvo grieved tho Sunday Gaxdtc. It openod tho tilt, from which it now retires in discomfiture, with n person ality unbecoming dignified journalism, nud licuco -was not entitled to tho highest do grco of respectful consideration, or the most tendci troatmcut in onr retort. "Wo hnvo abstained, however, from pcrhonality lu our replies, and tnko this occasiou to nclvlso tho Gttzdte hnt It will rccclvo its piyiukiud whenever wo havo occasion to notice It at all. The National Democratic Committee will meet In Washington day nftcr to-morrow, for some good or bad purpose, tho reallra tlouof which will depend Uffoufuturo circum stances. But this meeting will afford somo of the public-spirited Democratic cltlzena of Washington an opportunity to put a boom in motion In behalf or holding tho Democratic nominating contention licic next yc.tr. At tho proper tlmo a siinll.u boom should be stirlcd as regards the Uopubllcan couvcu tiou. Lot's start tho Idea, auywny, nud back It up by a healthy subscription respec tively to tho cnmmlgn funds of bothpir- tles, just usa business speculation Wush Ingtou is tho best placo in tho country for a National convention; but, unfortunately, lis only political sigultlcaucc is tho sko of its barl. ConNni.r. now Tcpresonls tho Republican rarty In n Slato whoro defeat hands tho Na ttou over to the tender mercies of tho De mocracy. Wo feel assured that the Presi dent wotlltl deeply deploro such ft result, nud henco If any of his Cablnot liilnlsteis deslro Jlr. Cornell's dofeat, thoy should bo tatiUht a higher degrco of good faith to tho principles nud interests of KcpubHcau ism. It is no tlmo to indulge- pcrsoUil prejudices and animosities within tlio He public in party nl the expense of Itssupreiu ncy in tho Nation, and that imn who is guilty of It Is entitled to tho severest reprobation, wclcomo v llto to bo trifled will Tho nonr1onfnroj("nol, Itb bv friend or foe, for' Ll , t".. ... thcro is blood gm tho moon. vThoBolId South, liovvc,vor,: has no terrors for lliol Nation. A solid Uorth stands .between It and tho Kvecutlvo Chamber to protect tho best Interests of tho Nntlou. Mississippi mnl South Carolina can carry on their In tcstlno wars to their hearts' content, whllo a solid North will prcparo tho way for con lining tho " bloody shirt " to tho dark nnd bloody ground of those murderous States. Tits Tammany sichems aro now bolting their own bolt. "Enough of them will re main, however, forn grand sealp-dauco over Robinson's defeat next Novombor. It la suggested that thcro is ono cffcctlvo w.iy to get rid of John Kully Yuroohim, by Bhooting him in the back. Who is Tilden's Bai:iudai.k An the occasion? TllUiWAN thinks there isn't nionoy cnongh in circulation; but when Undo Tildkn taps another lar'l hovviil llnd thcro is rather too much even lor tho comfort of tho Ohio idea. Tnu "personal difficulty" cxuiso for Southern murders has been worn thic.nl bare. It will not servo any purpose except to increase the enormity of the crime- iu tho disgraceful acquittal of tho CmsiIOLM as sassins. Now vvc lnrn from the straight-out Democratic prcs that John Kelly Is a "low Irishman" nnd "a bigoted Catholic." The true Know-Nothlngsccutof the average Bourbon is never so well developed as when it is ut work on tho trail of .i bolter. JoiinJaspkh Thuhjian announces that in shall not oppose resumption, nnd Tom Ewinq thinks tho makingof n paper dolttr as good as gold mlht bo borno with somo degree ol thecrfulness w ere it not for its bad cu.ct on the Ohio election. That featuro of it wakes his sufferings intolerable. Those who flatter themselves that Kon inso.s is to retire from thu ticket in New York nud some otliu Democrat is to tike his place, in the interest ofpeaco nud har mony, don't know much about Tii.dkk and his stubbornness befoio election. He. some times gives way after election, but never before. Till! blrth-duy of Governor HoniNSO.v occurs on tho fourth day of November election day and the World says : " Tho " Now York Democrats will celebrate It by 14 putting him at thu head of tho polls." This does not look much as if ho was to bo witl.dinwn from tho race. TlI.DUN Intends that ho shall stick Now tho Doughface piess of tho Noith is piping its feeble, tune iu Mippoi t of tho acquittal of tho Ciuhiioi.m inurdcicrs. Go ahead; apologue tor the assassination of men, women and children, but iniko up your minds that the p u ty reduced to such criminal uecc-viitios cannot and will not bo permitted to rulo this country, Ara Sunday evening "devotional " eon ceil iu New York night before lust Al.MUts saug the drinking sung from Giruilu-UiroQa. Thu duvotlou&l exercises vvoieothiirw iso em bellished by similar illustrations of Into cosmopolitan s-iuctlty. As soon as Tal jiauu returns and gets a-going again the competition lu this especial lino will be lively. In his absunco AlMlii: dpej voiy well, of course. Kkaiixisy, thu D.uiiocr.itlo ally, wauls to hang Uciici.tl Guani. Demoeincy is al wajs troubled with follows whaia eiithusi nsm devilopes juit a little too prematurely. Baukshalk, Wnicns Hdiith and many others have gushed too mjoii, and their methods startle peopla not used to tholr mild, winning ways and genial Intentions which so laselnato Southern Bountors nnd Jtepa'sentntives. G. "Wim.iaii Cuiilli Is bol ng hooted nt from ono end of tho uouutiy to the other for having described Mr. CoitNKM.'d nomi nation us "gtotesnue." To tha uure foimed, pervorjo and unclvll-servlrolzud Bcpubllcnn tho grotcsqueness In this es pecial political vlstu resides' In the altitude reached by G. W. 0., whoso tnoukey-liko chstiacterlstics are uoverso thoroughly ox lilhllcd as when ho climbs up ever and never so high to crltleisu tuo com so of tho Itcpubllcau party. O.v n recent occasion a New York Herald coirespoudtmt run Senator TmmMAN Into a corner at Columbus, Ohio, for thopuipose of an Interview, but ho found the driest nub- ltUPUllUCAN DUTY. Tho licpublicau piriy must from this time forth wage an aggressive warfare, siuh ns it did from I860 to 1SG5, for it has noth ing to defend but the National welfare, and that caubedouc more successfully by aggres siveness toward tho common enemy than iu any other way. Its cause is Just, nnd now let its lino of "battlo be wisely and judi ciously planned, nud its forces bo pressed on to victory in every Stato throughout tho North and West. The South is given ov cr to oppression, outlawry and crime, nud Kc- publicanlsm has littlo to hopo for from that quarter. Tor a season intimidation and awe accomplished mischievous and even dire consequences to Republicanism and to the Nation. Tho enemy took advantage of this unfortunate condition of things, and went through tho laud shrieking fraud nud corruption, with a hypocrisy becoming tho author of sin, until liberal and credulous men were deceived, intimidated and swerved from their political propriety. Time, leason and expetienco, however, are working i cure. The falsehoods, the trickery and the hypocrisy of tho Demo cratic party have at last becu uxposcd, and tho truth Is beginning to break with forco upon ttio public uiinu. rno itepumiean pirty is rapidly rising with tho emergency to n mastery of the situation. It Is nroublug everyvvhero throughout tho country to a high senso of duty nnd to nil assertion of its legitimate power. Tho rebel brigadior, the champion of State Bights, tho blatant dem agogue, the knave, tho communist, tho hyprocrite nud tho murderer each nnd all h.ivo enlisted on the Democratic bide, but in spite of all theso combined tho Bepub Hums will 830U enter onco more upon n full nud entire rulo of the Government in all its depigments. Tho people tint is the loyal men of the Nation, and they nro inn largo majority arc not prcpaied to en trust tho destinies of tho Republic to tho hands of those who havo pledged their lives aud thclt fortuues, to say uothiug of tholr sacicd hon ors, to destroy it. Thoy aro beginning to understand the hypocrisies, sophistries nud deceptions practiced by tho Democrat, nnd nro nerving themselves foi the contest which Is to decldo tho future of this imper iled Nntlou. Democracy must be put where It can iufllct no harm, and every Re publican energy must bo concentrated to ward that end. Iu no other way can tho future peace, prosperity and happiness of the Republic bu assured. By sneh agencies and pioectses it can be Tho entire respon sibility now rests with the Republican p u ty. Its duty is plain, aud to neglect it will be a crime. A WOHU WITH AN INTHUHr.lt. Tho Savannah Recorder must bo spoiling for n tilt with Tin: National Hi:puumcan when It rather officiously thrusts itself into a little controversy that tho Sunday Gazette bad pressed upon this journal by asserting that " tho Republican party lu " fact Is not responsible for nnythlug." Wo mado a courteous nnd Iruthtul icply to this rather discourteous allusion to tho Repub lican party, nud now tho Recorder lakes oc casion to put iU linger lu tho plo In the following not over-ornate or truthful man ner. It cli irges that tho Republican party, among other things, is Responsible for endeavoring to put tho negro over tho wlilto man; responsible forgiving tlio neRro the vote, and now wishing to tnko It from him bec-mse ho has found out It Is to his Interest to vote with those among whom he lives. If onr Savannah cotempornry had con sulted the principles of truth and fairness,. It scirccly would hnvo violitcd both iu such a careless Junnuer. "Wo deny that tlio Republican party has ever attempted or de sired to "put tlio negto over tho vvhito mau," except ns ho is entitled to such preferment ns attaches to American citizen ship, nnd as n citizen possessed of equal rights, nnd nothing more. To accord leas to him is to rob him of his rights of citizen ship, against which tlio Republican parly enters n most solemn protest W Inlo that party is "rcsponiblo for giving tho negro " the vole," it has in no iustnuco nor under miy circumstances ev inccd n desire or pur pose to tako It from him, as our mendacious coteinporary nsscrts. It is tho Democratic, not tho Republican party that has bull dozed, wronged nnd murdered tho negro out of his lights and his -vote, as history at tests. Again, tho Jiecoider alleges that the Republican party is Responsible for nuttlnc tho Govornmont In the bauds of tlio money power to deprceluto the National currency aud to glvo a fictitious value to gold. Tlio writer of such a piece of nonsense and untruth must be exceedingly ignorant ,of history or indifferent to its record, for just the revcrso of tho allegation hero set lorlh, is the truth. Tho Republican party has, Insplto of the efforts of tho Democrats to the contrary, brought our National cur rency at par with gold under resumption, which the Democrats would have defeated but for tho inteipositiou of the Republican party and tho veto of n Republican Presi dent, which set their efforts iu that direc tion nt naught. Tho Hccordcr is not a shiowd or graceful falsifier of fact, for it is easily detected and exposed In Its men dacity. Agaiu, it alleges that tho Republi can party is Responsible for tlio sectional hates created nnd kept nlivo by tlio waving of tho " bloody shirt, " and " plantation m timers. " So long as tho " bloody shltt" is of ex clusive Southern manufactuio nnd " plantn " tiou manners " lire patent to that section of our common country, nnd nil tho exist ing sectional hates havo emerged chiefly from theso causes nud aro kept alive by tho wrongs perpetrated in the South, wo think it wise policy to keep them before the coun try until a wiser nud better sentiment shall piovull, vvhero now proscription, liato nnd mnidcr All up tho cileudarof events, nnd until our country is sUiinped with a higher ordor of civiliatlon. When tho South re spects tho rights of nil citlcns of every po litical belief, when it ceases its manufactuio of "bloody shitts," and to vvcur " pliiutntiou " manners," these will And no patrons nt tho North, and the Nation w ill bo nt peuce uud not until then. The South cannot jus tify accession, rebellion, pio-crlption nnd murder by nny amount of special pleading over real or supposed offenses that the Re publicans may havo commlttel since or bo- fore they sived tho Nation. A l'reciirlmi Insurance Itlsk. To the Editor of the Rational Jfrnnoiietm : Sin: Au oilltorlal nrtlclo lit your issuo oC Inst week has this paragraph I "It Is a pos sibility Mint ho (Jeff Davis) miy thoresftor ho elected to bo President pro teri. of that body (tho Sounte) nnd thus become a dlsngrco nblo fixture in tlio lino of promotion, by reason of casualty, to tho I'rcsldonoy." Tills recalls a Very important nnd signifi cant fact lu history which may have been loll sight of by your readers. It is this: 1'roui tlio election of Aniliow Jackson, iu 18J9, until 1810, byn sj'stom of unparalleled corruption which enabled them to use tho public tnnnoys for party aud personal purposed, tlio Dem ocratic imity uturpid tho reins of Govern ment. Tho intelligent nnd ptttlntlo socuiod doomed to sit down helpless nud sco tlio work ol coiruntlon co on till tho nimliicss of party bcciimo so cxccaMvo as to produce a reaction and collect Itself. Twico did tlio ovll run to this extent, nud twleo did this coiroctlvn re action tako place, anil tlio dominant party lu IS 10 ami lb Id, simply through the oxcess of Its obviously corrupt malnilmlnlstiatlou, wns dofoated lu Its nttempts to elict Its party can didate to tlio Presidency. And twice did n very singular interposllLu of dlvino Provi dence or soma assassinating instrument of human (lcstKtiinK cut suddenly shott the lives of tho uiou who woio elected to tlio Chief MaKlstiacy coutrnry to the wish nud ptuposa of tho olhciwiso lnvaiinbly mccessful puty, thus leaving that party a practically unbro ken Belles of successes lioin 182i to ItHjO, whou its lcndcis assembled in convention at Clinrlcs ton for tinltorous purposes, elected tndcfc.it themselves; and, ns a consiquoiicv, in tho fol lowing year Abraham Lincoln uns called on to do tlio best ho could iu nu cllort to gathct up and icuulto tho p listed and pulicseout fragments of n sovercd Union. In tho light of history, nn Insnmneo com pany would bo shoit-slghtcd indeed to take a risk on tlio life of a Itepublleau President In tho contingency adverted to In your uiticlo uudci tho heading ol "Possibilities." W.B.C. rfe. it?k5u;5.,':'lE?T? JATIONAI, TlIKATUi: qU&EN'H r.VIDfiNOi: ANVN'QUAi.iriisn succi:h. ; lOFTUB LA 1 ESI' LONDON 8UCe-l"J, (iunrorW i:vidi:nci:, Whteti will no. repented , ery pw nlnir, nn WI DN IJJDAY ANDMA I UllUAY .MAI INI WS . QIM.KNH llio ,Vlt)KN(IIi CUI1.I..N a 1'lR) HIM l.VUMvNt IJ dl'll.NH Mel with torrents hVlliKNll cjlJhhNH Otnppluuse, nndocry J.V'lDL.SLi: tllll.KVrt Act nsineorod, J'A'IDl Nt'i: iui:i:Trt Aro'iuvo hvmi.M i: ClUl.lu.NH Vioor I.VIIIKNUIO Oh rlir.HTItllMtUIOKTHKl'H.CJ,. It iicv i rinses us Intel et Ironi Ilia, to last, MAT IM.1. ON Wj:i)NJCl!A All OrchostmtToiidtuirfoii, (Pnuflftotirtt ttientntnlard .Matlnco prices. Monday, Bepleniher 2.' Ailali Tllelinionds Comio Opera C'ntnpmiy, In Vmluluu. laiurnnu cnuc j . TTtOKD'S. TO Nlcllir AT 8 riNArom: As"oii ind urnitA. aoloiuous 8Uccr3.ACoMi'Lirri: i muMrn MATINHE WKIJN1DAY AT S. Angolo Tonluil as tha Cupula (tho Dinllngulshcd llnrltnne). Cliailes ItojAii 'orp M Mir Joseph (IIjfso Contmllo). A. W. 1'. M Collin, s llaljili, thu Lover (l'rlma Tinor l)rniuntli)tie). Curl Arendt as the U'tnlawaln (lUrllono). Jo cph (ireeureliler as Dick lcaU)tt(l!BSo). MissMnrlelltckclnsthoCliptiilii'sliiuiKiiltrlHoiirniio) MIssLlzIo Annaudnle as Imumtip (t'ouirulloL I vli. or Hlrakotch llaliun Onent Umu any. MlMlllaniho Thompson nslfehe (Soprano;. (fraud Opera Chorus nnd Orchestra. So its reserved ul Uruw drux Moriv Septe mlicr !3 Kmcnon's Mfgatherlnn Mlnatrela, ).m Hiroint CUMMEUTHUAllll'. COMICJUU Monday, Fept. IS, AVo.l), nnd Tnctdag and IWay ilattnui. KNO AU KMENT h ritAOHDINAUY. Tho llxeentrlo Oomhlnatlon, Hpeclally llnrlenqita nnd IVinnlo Minstrel troupe. 1 Icht oinraiifl Dauco Arllsts. lour Uruit laid Mm. lull lUiiuiinil Young Thodrrnt Allcrptcee, ' Lover's Ptrnlneem." Tho iirtniesi exiniDitiniinn uavtunK is coiinecieu wiui tho Theatre CoiiitcguuCoiiiiuuy. Two Hlions lnoue, 1'or onoweelv onh. nets AUTUii"oPi!Nii---iilioii)iiy; siraiiBiiR i READY-MADE CLOTHING. Gontlcmon's Suits, - - - $10, $12 50, $15 unci $16. Boys' Suits $6 and $8. Gontloinon's Fall Overcoats, - ' $10, $12 and $13. Gontlomon's Pantaloons ibr $5 and i6. Gontlomon's CoatB aud Vests from .... $1275. CUSTOMER DEPARTMENTSECOND FLOOR. Suitings In Lnrrjo Varloty. Siiit3 to Moasuro from $15 Opward. DAILY AhTlITIONfV IN EACH nr.PAHTMENT. ONI3 I'llICl! ONLY. NO DKVIAIION TIIOJI riUCIISASKlIIU Till! ONLY ONE-PIIICH Ct.OTlUNf 1IOU8I! IN 'IIUJ DIbniICT. N( IIOUBK CAN OH Wll.LVltOW IIBTTKn VALUIJJ VOH l'llltpiS NAMKI), g-eo. c. HiEisrisrzisra-, 4io jsinTrEsiNrwjsi: ssiijeuesjei??. CONSOLIDATED FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO., Successors to tho Babcoolc Manufacturing Co, WASHINGTON .AGENCY, No. 603 FOURTEENTH ST. NORTHWEST, w-.A-srHiasTGraoasr,' x. a., r. Thoi'no's Summor Garden. compmmi:ntaiiy urNnrir TO MISS KVA MILTJS, MONDAY, Ht HIKMBKlt 15. Ol'KV evkky r,vi:six sel3 kxcj:it bunday. rmisoAAZ, GrjtLittLJ. n. l'nici., of.et. Louis, is quartered at VMIlatd's Hotel. CArTMN W. 1). C. Dunvn:, of Tlorlda, has rooms at W. ItlanPs. Pen vtoii Ei i Sai i.sni by, of Delaw are, Is a guest ntWillards. Dit J. H.Cahfu, of Virginia, Is stopping nt tlio lMggs House A. I) Oiznni, of Bombny, India, Is at the St. James Hotel. Titnrj. can't pull Kobluson tbrough even by cinpt lug the barrel. V. A. VovMocii7tsKin, M. D,of I'liiladclphla, Is at tlio itlggs House. Oi Nt ilal 11 H. bisiMs, of New Orleans, registered at lllnrtl'B jesterdny. Tun New York Heinocratlo Stato Conv cntlon was anollicr Itepublleau boom "fcLssKT Cox sticks to his master, John Kelly, like a burr to u sheep's tall Gov rnson It. Giiaium. of Now Yorl, arrived nt tlio l.bbltl Houso vestcnlay. Hon. Tnol ts II. IIeunixin, of M.obllc, Ala., Is ugls tired at the Metropolitan. It Is rumored that the l'reIdent will mate a po litical speech before leav ingOhlo. Samukt. VV. AiTicniulJolinK Metzgcr, of 1'cnn 6 h aula, booked at VVlllnrd 8 J (.slcrcny. G. J. MiU Fit, bmliiesK agent of Kincrton's Mega Uieriau Mluttrels, Is Hopping at tho M. James. Mil. W. W. Corcoran has returned to hli resi dence lu this city suueli Improved lu health by his trip North. J T. WABMUNoandulfc,ori'linndclphla. John J) WntUon, Philadelphia, Simiicl Mulvln, l'liila dclpliia, arc guosts nt tho Itlggs Houso. H. Kstiiidoe. of Kngland , Thomas Mnon and wife. Hoston,!. 11 tlreeii, Georgia, and 1' J, belircchor, Pennsylvania, aro booked at tlio Arling ton. John SATrrnLFE. ol Now York , H 8. McCorub, of Delaware; Elcward L. Woodford, of Brooklyn, and J K Itlckej, Mo, ncreiunougtho arrlvalsat Wll lard's jenlcrdii). 1'. How ciioft. London, ling i A. W. Armstrong, Auitutn. Gft . W P. V lUou and vt Ifo. New Orleans : H Ii Walker nnd wife, Virginia, nnilJohnl AUI son, Concord, N 0 , registered nt tha Metropolitan Iislcrday. 7 L WrtKirv and wife, of Nashv Illc. C. flinlth, VIeonilii,C. A. Hurgls uud lady, l'cnnijlvanla; b. IC. Khcvcnk. U. K A.: II. Wulrd, &iniue, II. L. Curtis, St. Lotus, nnd h I Solms, 1'blladelphla, havo rooms nt Iho I.bhltt Houso. V.V.H. Dtxov St Paul, Mlmii William F. Gareo Ion and J L II Cobb, Lonlstou.Me. J. I.. .Murtlu, Vco, lex, J. J. HIclinrdsoii, New York; Mr. llradley midwife, Virginia: Fiauk Jewell, Colum bus, Ohio, and Horace W Deal, Ohio, rcglfctcred at thu bt. James J cstcrdaj . POLITICAL XU1KS. IIVIKST ANNUAL PAlIt ai nn: AKT LOAN i:UlllITION iirTiisi roroiiio fiiuit iwn Kiib' as iociiox Tho rolomsoIYnlt (limwn lmve thenleusniKof atiuouncliiK Uwi their 1 Irut Annual Tulr and Art lnnn Kxlilbltton will be held nt Masonic Temple, In thQCltl'ot WMshliiutini. nn tlin ld. iltli. C'th nnd .Uitll dun of Soptcinber, 1STU, rront 11 n. m. to 10 p in. of encn uny. ArmuiremenlR hnvn beii DprftietM for tho most compleie uud eitmslvedlspla) on rails nud Flowers ever exhibited In the District, THIS DLI'AIITMFNT 111' 1 Hun's will embrncc rnruMneclinem nrnll tirli Mo, ineludlni; Iresh tr itlfl. dried, cuuncd, preservi d. Jellied, p cklcd, c,. Irom home nud nlirnad THU Dhl'AItTM UN r 01" I'LOWKHS T 111 llldnde flouerliigiiiidortiniueiitul plauta, cut lluivira, luitlve lloncrs, tcrnsses, Icrm, lcivu4, Ac, yreiti mid drleik froi r. the Hi Ids und w ood. In llielr niiilv o v iirletlos nrd artistic tiaiiiznH. TilK Uh t'AUTMKN IS Ol' LADIlJi' l"niiey and Ornamented work, or tho 1 mo Arts of Silence, of Helloi uiid Curiosities in Mi-cnnnl's nnd Inv. ntlon. nl,l atch bo oztcii'hennd perfet t lu Itself, embracing the raiilllpllcltv of articles mid thlnes nprropriuleto each iO"peetfnllr. 'I HK 1A) VN DLPAUTJlKNTwlllombmco nil nrtl cles lonnid fr exhibition and not vutercd tor pre mium, and will be nu Important iiiittireofiherulr, AOOHIUAL INVI1ATION for contrllnitlons to each departuieut Is extended to ale, Wo want to mnke them of t,rtat Inierese ANsurnncts of a gran 1 dlspla) iirenlieudy ffhtn, lint wo Tvnnt more Send workn ot art, cnnuitiles, itr , Ha' the loan feature to bupcrluteu cut, ll.lt Ue euth Mti 1 1 norllme-1 n here proiuhim list, lilies Ac. will ho nirnlshed. Literary exercises 2 nud Sp in. Hlngle tlckcta i lents, tralx forth AnvunoeanlolnthuAMoclatloii forjl.wincli will KHeadrnUalonuiidhenell sat nil hours. ell UI,I8,'0K Proitrictoi-si l" (lio Couuvlly "HoimcholiI" KxllnniNlici. Hnb code Ouimiitiii nud CnnolIj "INirtnblcH." Connolly lVurluiuso T.iitjiucM, Cliiiuitioii Village r.iiKinoH, llubcnvk untl Clutnijiloii City JhkIiium. :iiimII.v Slulionniy TiuUt. Council Ittillioixl. Ihtrrlnt'H, Itiiltcuule IIooU nmt I.uUtlor Trnclts, IIunu CurtH untl Cni'i"titp;cs, I'n trol unit .SuUito WiifioiiH, Triiuiii(s, XorIc'H, Flioiiicn'rt Oiltiil, nml every tiling iicrliilnliiu; to Vint UuptirtitiontHl. Agents for the salo of the Celebrated "UAXGO'J&V Extension Lad der and Fire Escape. Illustrated Catalogues nnd TJatliiintoq furnished upon application. OHAS. 3sdl. lLJBJi:X1, fioncrtil 31tnnuKOV Consolitlatoil I'lro tlvtlntiiiislK'r Company. JD.VCUISSIOKS, H'aCXICSo. nsroTidBi Steamer " Lady of the Lake," uas nn n rrrAtiTi nwn TO GO TO ItiritMONII ON WFI1N1JHDAY EVEN INt.FOItONRTHIl. Rteamer JANE MO-tl. LL Y will tnko her plucoon Wednesdny, at 0J)I' M, for Norrolk and Tort Mon roe. 1 hero will bo no 1 m m!av boot; bil(,.;t SAJIUJ.LJIALON, l'rtslduit. SEATON HALL, Cot ner Ninth und D Ml euta Not thu oat.; Billiards, 40 Cents Per Hour. TAUT.LS llEriTTEDI BAH HlirtOCKEDI tftT Eversdhlng In lirst class stjlejl oclt M. U NCANI.ON, IToprlelor. HolforQUANTICO! .l.VJ) l'UTOSIAO CITl'. TUEBDAY, SEITKAinm 19, 'IHUlUSDAx, Slil'TJLSHIK.n 18. StenmerMary Wnshlnetou wll!les,ve ntt n. m,ro turnlngatf JJ p. in Mnslcnnddauclng; Hound trip S3 cents, liutldu, Crabbhncaiid Fishing. bqU OCOOQUAJ FALLS. 7C Jules i"ou as cents. FtennierMiiry Washington mil Iaont0 a. m on SUNDAY, r-entemner 11, WLDNEMDAY, fceptcm. bcr 17, HtlDAY. HeptemburlP. llnturnsat KJO p. m. Music and dancing. Hound trip, Jcouls. sett. CLOTHING. GEORGE F HE-niB HID, S. E. Cor. Seventh nud I) Stlcels. TIMHS & CO., it 921 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,' GRAND FALL OPENING OF THE riintf (IThTIIIIV 50 IMTILIES 2TOJEI lOO. TWO H0U113 AT MARSH ALL HALL. MU-1C AND DANCING. Steamer MnryWivmlncton will leurontCMn. m, 3IONDAY, l'A1 KM1IMI IS. , SAIUHDAY.bEITEMHLHM. Hound trip. lOceuU. se!3 A DISCLAIVUHt NEEDED. Tho WrrtlUJie Post, which is Rtiuposcd to speak for Stcict.iry Hciiuuz .tud nothing short of a public repudiation of ILs scnti mouU will convince tho public mind to tho contrnry--in referring to tho Saratoga iiom iuationssiys "Thonominntloti of Coi:ni:ll "js tho Hepublieau caiulidnto for Governot " of Now York wns it blunder nnd n crime. "The consetnieiicei nro inovitiihlo. All "icpulnble Kopuhllcan papers of Keiv York "vvnnieil tlio convention not to ohoy the "command uf Covkli.no, but it nevertho "less yielded to tho dictation of Conklinu. " Detent nt the election will bo tho result. "If tho New York Democrats nomiuatuu " decent caudulnte thoy will vv in u splendid " victory, nnd all sensible people will np " plnud." Now, it h due to himself, If ho is a true Republican, ttmt Secretary ScHUltz shall call off his dogs, uud not nffoid tho enemy nny special amount of aid or conifoil nt this iunctuio. If tho fcocrot.try does not own stock in the WcMlkhc Pott, or If It docs uoirelluot hifi views, ho should, foi tho sake of tho Administration to which ho is at tached, and forbids own btandlng with n party which h it honored him over much, nt tho earliest uioinoutdhcluiui any sympathy with tuoU utternuccs, for thoy nro the words of au euomy. wo nro not disposed to press this matter very closoly while the Secretary is absent among tho savnges of the Westeru wilds but having put upon record certain expressions rolntlng to Gen eral GitANT, Hcnator IIlainu nnd Jlr. Cou null, lie is entitled to have tlmo nud op portunity for entcnua n disclaimer before public juilgniont U outoicd up ngnlust lilm. If, howover, ho fulls to rcpuillato tho uttei uueeB of tho IfluHfiia Vobt, nud what n published interview puU lu his mouth rcimrdltiK OltANT and ULAINri, tho Itepub- llcau party will havo no alternative but to ropudlnto him nnd suggest a change in President ITayev Cabluot, ISItAll&Y'S National . Portrait Gallory, . (K5 I'cnusj lv aula Avenue, hetwoen Sixth nud boventh Sticets, Washington, D. C. This gillery contains a collection of American and rurnpian telibrltles unrlvultd on this continent. 1'oitrntiH of eminent men nnd womuu on i Thlhilton nud lor bale. Old pictures lestored uud copied to uuy dtsludtli'o octlHv Old 1H(1 7th No.1 bt. J ONLXIIIIIllION AM) .s.u.i; AT I.VKItUITi:iS'S Nmv No, f NowN J. OJll I.E St. u. THEE AHT OALLEHY AND HTOHE. No, ma i: Utrcct Northwest, Choice oil Pnliitlngs, 1 Mgrnvhnrs, Chromos, c. Also the hirgcht mock of l'nperhnuKhihS. Window blinder, I'Utures, Iriuus, Picture Cords and Tassels, lthms, Nails, Ac., In Ihu District. ll.UMS CASH. IMeiotert nieinbf r niiiiln nnd number. jois-tf THE New York ICoiWhus become alarmed nt tho uprising of public Hcutimeut iu tho Noith iu view of a "holid South," nud Is calling upon that section to "put out its "flag plainly nud boldly." It must havo been asleep, or It would have known that tho South "put out its Hag plainly nud "boldly "when it oqriuuotl tho Kit KIux, tho White Leagues, th rifle clubs, and in tioduced tho Y'noo plan into politics. It " put out its flag " iu tho limiiburfrji uins sacre, tho Louisiana butchery of Kepuhli cans, tho Kemper County murders, tho kill ing of Dixon uud the expulsion of Iicpubli cans fiom their homes in tho South for political opinion's siko. The Wot id wants to know what "thu South seeks und will vindicate," but It gets no reply but palaver nnd wild talk nbont tho "indcstittctiblo Union of tho Indcstnictlblo SUitcs," if uuy body cm tell what that menus with thoso whoso hands nro still red with the blood of a war to destroy tho" indestructible Union," Tho chatter of n poll parrot is ns Intelligent ns such j trgon that comes np now from tho Solid South, in reply to a demnnd that it ' shall put out its 11a,;." It long hluco thing its banner to tho breczo. It bears tho death's-head nnd eross-bonos mid oppres sion, proscription nud murder follow I wherever it is borno throughout tho South Tho manufacture of "tho bloody shirt" con tinues, nud tho North will continue to wave, tuo Southern emblem so long and so often as it Is iurulshed for use. Tin OJoof-flcMOCT-nlhos hitched Its tow-lino to Mr. lllnliiu for the l'reIdcucj lu ltol. "'Kaii for Uolj-Kcllv tiou," Is the waj tho en thusiasm sticks lu the lXmocratt' throats. Dhimici ation hassct lu, and tha dissolution of the Domueuulc parly v IU rapldl) follow Dinms Ki vi.vfv's notion that ho can scare Grant Is tho most brilliant Joko of the Reason. "GoNfcNt"," Isllio word now U'ed In describing tlio situation ofthe Heinoeintlo party hi Ohio. "Hltobnifon Is renominated I think that Cornell will carry New York fctalo." kenator L'alon, of Con necticut, What a bull was that of a Ullca Jfaald printer. The editor wiotu Piuld Dudley Held, "a chief," aud tho printer got It "a thief." KvrN as a jcllon-fover fiend Dr. Lukol'. lllack burn was not a success. What reason havo thu people of Kentiickj to suppose that ho will be a success as a Gov cruor? The Democratic papers which aro having so much to nj about Ihu mnchtue w IU llnd It a rcgu. Inr mowing machine which will lu) low all their hopes ncioiu tuo mesoi .uiuuuer. Tut. Ken York i'xunM presents a tabulated nrtl clo showing that 1 Udell's strength lu Now York lies In the Itepublleau districts, whllo tho strong Democratic counties uro tho teat of the opposition to lilm Our Cartel. Chicago Intcr-Occan Our Carter was once a Congressman, and had as plrotlons for thu Governorship As ho looks out upon the scene of gathering calamities Iho words of thu poet must come home to hliu with loreo: Venl thinks vot now I am, And v ot I li"ed to v on, I fjur 1'vo thrown tujsulf away Wlthoutsullleleiiteos. Tin- hand that rocks tho cradle Is tho hand that moves thu earth Dr Hull's llabyBjiup Is Iho bast reuiodi tor aiicnnpiaiuis cuuuren nto tuiocciio, such as Dysentor) IliiirrhirM, Hummer Complaint, i OIK Sl'IXIAI. NOTICES iv-TST-SANDrOltD S lsRNCE OINOER b 8. 8, ly 1 ood Cure, Minannle, Cutleurn, and nlljie remedies, at Counhlm s Drug more, Mnsonlo Tcuipla DAILY WALKS ON EASY FEET OxyKCDlRonmldocrtrbonlrelhft M6lora, lliercb) pro uioiliis health, clucrfuluwtB untlloiiKovlty; hcucvUio tliotHanUr. nom fur iuuI utar thai vMt X)K. WHITE'S WelMcnonn OHtiibliHlinient, Uld Fcnnliinli utv ihio, oi mite WlUurU'B Hotel, for relluf from Corns UbcaMjd .Nulls ami oilier ailments or tho fveu RU20 I'KH-Sl 1'IU VISIT. Fifty Miles for 25 Cts. Daily Excursions to Glymont and Return. I'M CLOTHIKG I On or about Soptombor 16. l'urther nollco ot tho reopenlrg or this beautiful establishment will bo publwhed M toon as the alter ations and decorations aro completed. The Prosent Stock at Reduced Prlcos Tho elegant Steamer W. W COHCOHAN 111 hero anermake DAIIA 1UIPS TO ULV MONT mid ull lutermeillnte points. ku Ing Seventh street wharf nt loium nnd returning about S30p m Hound lare, M cents, The regular bniurday eeiungcxcurslona Unv a at 5 returning at II n, ni. sharp. Ture, Scents. Jyll W lud ( An 1'rh o J.V ei nts b-tbha y ri'vnii cunri) hy tloid lioh r. HI& 11I112, Nouriilgla, Tsarvous I'nins, .to., In stautlv n llov ed hy Its use. HoM at Coughlln's, sols is-Tif-QUININL", QUININE l'ILL9.Ac..SOLI AT Wiy leduced ratcH ut CoiiKhllua lemple Drug btoio. corner 1' and Mulli streets n w. son fV-raHOMLOl'ATHIO Ml'DICTNlSMOr EVK11Y b-Vy kind. Humphrey s Specllles, Extract VV Itch Jia7ci, imptriai urauuinunuouiir looaior iniaius nt ( oughlln s. IS-ST"D1VIDEND TVv UenduftheColumlMn Itnuway Conmanv be paid at the Hoard ot Trade JUioinson and am r THE feEMI-ANNUAL DIVI. tlend ofthe Columhln Itnilway ConiiianM ut bl.1'1 LMlll.lt la sell tw fHtarl W. II. tlLVUhl'l. Treasuier BST DR- C. E. PRENTISS, No. SES Sixth hticotHotithoasI, Has Resumed Iho Practice ot his Profession. 8elo-2iv s OIIEATKM' HAUOAINH EVEH CI lll.U l. 11CA1. Ml'AlU OP 1 or slanr osehaned Sarms. Vllhiveiind Country Itesiiltueo. rery dialntblo VVestcrn larms to trado o r Clly or County Property near VV ashlngton, Olllco hours irom do. m lo Up m VVVt.H. MAIN 111109, JjM 1SS Penns 1 anla nvenue norlhwtst. pr?5Tr'CII00L UOOKH AT SCHOOL I10AI11) Iks! prlcts, with covers free, Copy Hooks nt Intro. Uuciori rates, Matlonsr) at the lowest prices at HUH. l.ltls'liookstore, loio Heviuth street, abovii Now Yorknvonuc. auM rr-rjJ-THH UNHEItSIUNH) HAVE THIH DAV sl"ry leruiud a limited partnership, In pursuanco of the IluvltcdHuuttotor thoUnlteil htatea relating tothcDMrlct of eoliiiubtn eonccrning limited part- nersnips. in r.lilit 1, lh tinshieis to he transacted Is the mnnullieuirli u. purchasing nnd celling ol llools andBlioes In tho city oi wasniuKiun, ifisinei e Tha name or firm under which said part is to ho conducted H 11 K.N LEU I A WI1 JSON! IlAVisa pretty thoionjjhly hull-docd the Republicans of South Caioliun, tho UemocrntH nrolieuinuIiiB to practico it upon each other. Tlie Democratic oxecutivo commltteo nt n rccont mecliiiK in Charles ton hndii stormy tlmo ho much bo that tho Kais and Courier calls a halt in this em phatic manuer : They will find that tho Domocratlo masses of Cliiillestoti, who havo stood shouldor to shoulder thiough so many dark aud anxious years, will not, now that tho tldo hits turned, sutler tho unity and olUclcncy of their organ ization to betriilod with to grutlty tho ambi tion of anybody. It will novcr do to itsstrtniiy political iu- ilfmnndemn 111 nnv Rt.lla ruled liv Ilmilbon ..- ..., ..- -j -- Mr, ' bull-dozers, uulcss tho futo of DliON la a it u:t. ailAY.-Di iiattcsl this lire Scpteinlor 15, Lurm da, tho wile of John WOr),ln tho.sth joarof htrngie 'Iheruneral will take ptme WediiKlay, the IHU Inst . at 1 o clock, Irom Ashury it 1. Church Iho ti lends ot tho tninll aru Invited. Persons wishing to review the remains will call nt thnresl. douce, lull llilrd street, us Iho corpse will not ho o, uned nt the church Ibinr will plenieeiipy.l IIKNIty TjISICH hons, XJOSr ID S3 IVTJiJKZ EBS. Eoi I'rNNbiLVAKIA AVENUE N, W. Huneli Oillcea. IT. !'.ni?LT.'.'! u, ?.. 1 ini Marlimrt uv, h. V. rocy JOHN R, WRIGHT, 1337 TEX fit AMVJSl1 X. IP, Itftfcldcnco on the premhfta JylOflm of Columbia Tho imtntn ni partneru uro ueor;o t lson. botli riBldlnir in tho nu (J thu fjittlul partner U mid rmliieiicwof tliOKeiiernl imrtiicruiiro (Jeoro l iieiihcn nun uturKv j iisuii, uvin naming in mo rliyot WHMhliiRtoii, Mll!BtuJ Dliiu nhhi leiuiit t ar irlhtito ten thouEiuiU clollaiH lu ctmh to tho common feri-nsldlntr In tho tit vol lMilindel thla reiiii8jlnnla. lliewtltl iptH.lal partner liuscou- stock Ihoaalit imrinernhlp 1b to commenco on tho lullt ilni .. SiimiiBi, ItaTtl titsH la tA tavhiliinlA ms H,n 1UIH UtU Ul AUH"i eiV UlIVS 14 tV WiUHUUVW UU 1UU .list day of August Ifcsi. OLO V. IIENHEHT.I noneral Pnrli,r tiui H. wiimin. 'l"nAlPartuer. W.M. J, IlI.NKl.llT, Special Partner. BIlH oo Iw ENGLISH CllOOKERY, I'LAIN AND DLCOHATED. cvi'AXD riaibbvit ai.AsswAitv, cut- TjIIUY, mated waub Ayv nOUSEFUllNISUING GOODS, All at "the lowest prices, at Hcoi-.nynE3A.nD &s oo.'s, 1313 1' Shoet, opp. Ehhllt limine. ly 31 jfllltXACKH, K.VAi1I:N. Ac. 3E3T03VI33 OQpuX3i'OJEVX?S. 3IU hEVEN'111 hTltl.El' N. W. STOVES, FURNACES and RANGES IN OltEAT VAHIin'Y. SLATE nvEjnSTTELS 01' THE LATLSP l'ATTEIINS AND HI VLLB. llJlVAlllISa VllOMl'lItY ATTUXDVn TO W. H. HARROVER, The Nobby Goods of Washington, GEOoT.KEEsM xaijloss, 414 Ninth Street, au.1! tr 6 Wliito Shlrls for S5.50 Completed, 6 White Shirts for$7.50 Complotod. 6 Pairs Bloachotl Cotton Drawers for $3. Tho Best Mado and Best Fit ting Shirt in tho Market. NOAH WALKER & CO., Clothiers and Furnishers, 033 rnuusjlvniitiutvemto, between Sixth nud yla Hoventh stroots. auM tf 1113 Seventh Sticet N. W. IF YOU WAVr.fnnSTCLVSS iiancie.cook SlOVr. OH LATIIOIIH (It) TO OLD. 1. UAH 1 111. 1.1. H, SlSHovonth street, tetw eeu H audi northwest. I.ntrobes, nimaets nnd Itanifcs repaired, furnishing OoodB and Tl'iw ai e. llouso auo FURMCE BAKES KTSf" .MONEY TO LOAN 335' IN SUMS TO SOI r ON WATCHES, DIAMONDS. JEWELRY, Ac 3L . WA Ja Ii A O IK'S loan orricij, 1117 ronusylviiiila nvvuiio uoitliwost, Near Wlllards Hotel mar3 JAH. 1", UAHVLY, THOS. H. M.UITIN. $it4. Si Harvey & Co., UNDERTAKERS, No, 730 Seventh street northwest. Residence on the premises. e!9 Om W. R. SPEARE, TJ 3T ID H E. T JLIC 2H 2j, 940 F Street Northwest. Everything; strictly first class nnd on tlio most ictisuimblotoruis, f10 jo pi:ii ci:nx. iunuouxt. Previous to putting In a new front and enlarging my storo I will rnnkefhdlscount of toper cent, on all CAbll purchases of TIRTJ-ItTIKZS, Travollng; Bags, Natoliels, llnrnoss, AVhlps, Saddles, Slu, Largest Stock aud Orcatest Variety In tho city, HEPAIUINO. iks and harneM lliorou.Uly repaired and trunks u by tlnt-cliws workmen. JAMES S. TOPHAM, 43 fiovouth Street, Joining Odd rollows'Uull. x ca i. r, nu: . i rriiXTioy o vii it ties THAT AlW. liOlLMXa, ASH WANT COMl OUT, 'I O CALLAXD XXA31JXJ: MX FURNACES AND RANGES lwronv vvncirAsixa, it wilt. pay. HiiTlMATlUi ClIJUEltrisLlY SUN- X1SIIHD. WALTER D. WYVILL, aulO 2m -JS'J i'J.'.YAVl. A VV. .V. II'. D1X1XC ItOOJIW. Holly Troo Lunch and Dining Rooms atH XTXlll AlllUL'TX. m, SELI CTl" HILL 01" EAIIE AVAILAHLE. KegiilarMials.lU cents. Twenly.two Meal llckoU, t lioard per Mouth, In advance, flif excelhut Lunches at ull Louis. 10 cents. se: 3m TtBO' cov erci Thoatrioal and Show Printing AT HASIEHN l'HICES, at sua um'UULivAx oi'ricu CORCORAN DINING ROOMS, xo. 8X7 virrnvxiii at., OVI'OSriBTlIB Tni.iBUHY DKl'AiaSll.NT, MEALS UNEXCEIT10NA11I E, AND 1'HICEH 1U1N0MIUAU Boarding, IIS per month. Twenty two meal tickets, 5. Twenty.llvu cents suiglo inoaL Host Ton Cent Lunch In the City. nul4-(lm lh'O HOLLAND. IIP US IM'JU It K 1 S III X O GOtljOS NSW CARPET "STORE!. We open todn one of the largest ai d finest stocks ol VELVET CAttvniS, .VOQVWIVU CAlt- vhts, iiody iiiiv.ssisi.s mai'Ai'EiritY II IC VbSlSLV CAttl'EIU, II 1TJI JIOllliVHS to ."ir.ii cir, rmu:i;-MYMu ixohaix CAHVius,siAinz.a halt, vexltiax CAIIVE7A, OIL OT.OTllSiuM widths, LIO XU.MH anil T.IXOI.EVJIS, IIIT1I 11011 DUltS '10 21A1CU, TOOlTlir.lt WITH A lUILLINKOf Ul'llOI.STEltY aoODS, LACE CVHTAIXS, DllAVEllIES, &H'.,.SC, In placing this stool: botoro tho pulillo w e do so con fident that In vorllt) otst)los and tiualtly or goods our stock cannot h surpassed tiyauy houso of thu kind In the United Stated. MANY OF, OUR CARPET PATTERNS AUK Hl'ECIAI.LY Ul'Il OWN, Aud cannot ho duplicated ly any oilier house lu Washington. SINGLETON & I10EKE, KEEP'S BUILDING, 8oi Markot Space, Cor. Eighth St. Ni:cowiscj;0JiIIIV,i' ... OLD WINE ANDOriH'nU'NDS ARU KNOWN as tho heat, so U JUS1IIH OLD STAND, known lor years as llio only place whom Ursulas! soeoud hand clothing can he told at rospeetahle prices. Addrtsn or cull al JUHTH'S OLD STAND, No. 019 D street, between BUtli and Hover.th ilrls nortbwuit, or branch store. No. ton Ninth street, be twt-vn 1) and L streeu iiorlhwesi, N. II Note hy mall promptly attended to, solt BUllirS AND LAW ntlNlINO. Hl'UHLICAi( J011 1100MM, W. S. MITCHELL, i;xtcuslvo Dealer lu onRMUHKoiH m wit, Carcelli'2. Malting. Curtains. SUaies. &c, No. 813 Pennaylvania Avonuo, "supsnor K1J gIjtu douglas"- OUEltlCAL ftCOUlUNa AND Dyo Works, ESTAniiTSUUU IBC8. An onllia Knit of Clutlios l.itnitJKiiucly 1 0 11 It 11 !, blclliiinluiiilTleneed Tot HI. DO. An outlro bull Dyotl, Color Uuurniiteoil tut SJU.CU, Uld fllnves llnndsnmcly Clenntil, 8 cts pel pair. Goods seal !or nH DUiTered. OHco under Kallui.nl Theulco. iffi ill cjiaANS.JNa,