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THE NATIONAL KEPUBLIOAST, THURSDAY MOBNrNTG, PEqEMBEJS 1 1879.
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" JtUPUIII.ICAN NATIONAL COM4UTTICIC A meeting oftlio Republican National Committee will ba;ieia at tho Arlington Hotel, hi Washington, 1), C, on Wodnosday, Dei ember 17, next. at 12 o'clock, for the purpose of taking suitable action In regard to the death of the Hon. Zjkiiaiiiaii C'llANtii.Kk, late chairman of the committee: anil also to consider the question of fixing the tlmu and Dlnce Tor holding the Republican National Conven tion for lsao. Dated Novcmbor 7, 1S7P. Wm. 1. 1'iiyk Me. Jons V. Mason. .W. Vn. 3lAVO.N'S.COLIIUKN...Vt. JAMKS 1'. IlOOT. III. JniiNM. 1'oiim.s.. Mass. CilAi'NchVl.FlLlKr.Mo. NkiaonW. ALDRICH..H.I. (Jui.M. !li.nUN.i..Miis. Jt Al'.slt W.I. JgWKt.L.....Ct. JOIIX J. I'ATTS IWJN...S.C. Atx))li.coRn.i,N'.Y. P.R.S. I'iN(itriArK...lJi. Oko. A. Hai.sf.y....N. J. John t. AvxRti.t..Mlmi. Mm. II. KKMiil.n. Pn. John A. Martin.. ..Kan. THAU. C. FULTON.. ..Mil. , HTM'llkN II.F.I.KPH..N.M. KlYLKS J. HOWK.W..D. C. i GKIItflP. C.Gtl!llAM..Cttl. JamkiII. Skni.i: Ya. ; L.W.O1I10KN Neb. 'l'uoH. ii. Klouii ...N. C. , John Y..STONr.....l0Ma. J it. it Hkvkal'x Ga. Josmt M. CAitKY....Wy. W. J. l'i'MMVK Fla. I Nmvtov KiiMO.Mn..,I)at. M 1U. Cumdack Ind. j John It. StcIliUDt...L'Uili. Now tlio llourlious want Congress to ml joitrti on the 1st of Msy. Tlio sootier tlio Jietler. The I'lKU) boom is uour augmented by tlie weak voice oftlio luckless Hkwitt, ex confidential Kcpresciitntlvc in tlio House from No. 15 Ciramercy 1'nrk. If tlio Democrats steal a majority iu tlio legislature of.Mnino, tbey will not hesitate to enact it law to take the choice of Presi dential electors from the people and invest that right in that illegal body. Tlio seven electoral votes of iMaitio would Hint bo list mirctl to tlio Jiourbons. Perhaps this little y.tmo is worth the candle. The iW didn't have it chance to nid Governor KamsAY by opposing lii.seoullrnia tion to be Secretary of War, vice .Indue McCltARY. The nomination was madoaml ooniiriueil with such celerity yesterday that the Great .National Democratic Orgnu was precluded from olTcriiig nny negatively iu ilttential advice in the premises. The I.ouisvilto Courier-Journal seems to think that we want to get rid of some He- publtcau statesmen, hecnuo we suggest that the late Confederate .States present a most attractive field for Republican minionary work. In that our cotemporary is chill hi its inferences. What we desire most to got rid of is lionrbouism, which is n stain upon civilization. Mk. .Singleton, of Mississippi, gives as surance that there will be no more bull dozitig iu Mississippi. If we recollect cor rectly, Mr. Sinoi.kton has steadily denied heretofore that thero has been nuy bull dozing in that .State. Now, it is barely possible that having been mistaken us to that matter, he maybe as to the future. His opluious nre not the most reliable in the world. Speaker Ranijai.i. is so thoroughly im buod with fear that his fcllow-Hourbous of the majority party iu Congress will con tinue to impiovo upon Natuio by milking fools as well as assos of themselves, that ho urges nn early adjournment. He advises them, in effect, to go home as soon ns pos sible before thoy incur moro public disfavor. Verily, tho lesson of tho extra Hcsslon has been burned deeply into his soul. Tllu'Scuato Caucus Committee last spring said the Union soldiers and certain named persons should not be removed from. (heir places in tho Senate. Dnriug the recess of Congress " DICK " LtlUUiiT removed all tho crippled Union soldiers. Unless the caucus now removes tholr disobedient servant tho people will uenerally bolieve that he had privato instructions from the Czar of the Caucus to remove the Union soldiers, The latest rumor is Hint Tir.DEN will rto cliue tho Democratic nomination for the Presidency and declare iu favor of Uan DAM., as lie believes that thohttterenn carry his own Slate. It is exceedingly doubtful if Hamuli, can carry his own Congres sional district next fall, notwithstanding the assistance of his man Fiiiimy, tho redoubta ble "Mully." Therefore all talk about his Presidential prospects is sheer nonsense. Thf. gamblora of Iiouisvlllo, JCy,, recently prcsoutod the yellow-fever finiul Governor of that State with a $2,000 carriage. Ho ac cepted it with grateful thanks ns a tribute of respect from u congenial uud sympathiz ing constituency. Possibly tho throe bun died .pardoned convicts from tho peniten tiary restored to citizenship by -virtue of his executive clemency sluco his inauguration last September, had something to do witli tho presentation. Haviku been bealeu at nil points since Congress met, and for that matter long bo foro, in all Important news mutters, and finding that The National Ki.tdw.ican Is leaving it fur behind in public estimation and respect, the l'obt now seeks tho revenge of discomfiture iu mukiug fuces and calling names In this direction. This is all It can do, and as it is a juvenile mode of resent niont no one rau reasonably object to Its enjoying what little satisfaction it can draw fiom Its limited resources. Will tho Government waltz the murder ous Utes all the way from Colorado to Washington on their own motion and at lis owu expense, that thoy may have n fair trial for minders when the guilt ia virtually admitted? If thoy aru subject to the law let that bo followed iu meting out punish ments. If not, then let them go in peace, that they may repeat tho White Hirer ngoucy tragedy. It seems to be about timo thnt the Government began to make "good " Indian " wilder Goiicrar Sherman's theory. It would be far moro humane to do this according to law than to cheat, steal and starvo them to death. The New York Tribune raises Its warning finger to tho Mnlno election defraudcrs In this -wlso: "Wo give the Democrats of "Maine fair warning. If they revcrso tho " will of the people, and by fraud sttbsti "tute a Democratic majority for n Kepub "llean mr.Jorlty iu tho leglslatttro, they will "insure- tho election of a Kopubllcfln Tresl "dent in 1830." There is no dread in micli n thtoat toward a party that feels Itself already beaten In 1880. It Is now stealing for present use, having no euro for tho fu ture. There is a growing conviction among Northern Republican leaders that it would 1k lovo's labor lost to attempt to carry any of the Southern States, or win evon a single electoral volo In tho South next year. Tho argument is thnt the Kepttbllcaus must concede the 1!13 olecloral votes of the South to tho Democrats, nnd then heat them with tho Sin lotos or the Solid North. That is, thoy argue, tho only way to split tho Solid South, and cud at onco both itectioiial poli tico and all attempts to destroy tho ro- sults of the rebellion. Hut wo luke issue with this exceedingly sectional view of tho situation. It i tuto that It is beinir forced uikhi us by tho unpatriotic and sellislily- sectioual course of the Itottrbon Brigadiers ; but we submit that it is tlie part of pru denco and true-hearted loyalty to resist it. It will not do to abandon tho Southern Republicans next year, or at any other time, to the mercy of their enemies. Tlio Nation owes them a debt of gratitude for the noble part they took iu tho campaigu of 18711, nnd, nsido from tills, the outlook is not so assured as regards a Unified North ns to mnko it a certain thing that their effective nid will not bo required ngnin iu 1830. The belter way, and the only patriotic way, to conduct the impending cauvnis is to go about it with an honest and earnest design to cneourago the growth of true Republicanism in ovcry bection of tho Union. mi: CAiU'irr-iiACioinis' fati:. Republicans must go! This is as much the cry of the Southern llourbons as " Tho "Chinese must go!" with tho Californians, and "The Utcs must go!" with the Colora dolnus. No matter how high tho character, brilliant the talents or quiet the deport ment of i Republican who attempts to live in the South, it nil goes for nothing ngalnst the spirit of ostracism which besets him like a sleepless enemy. If ho has money he maybe tolerated until that is exhausted, but tho decrco Is inexorable. Ho must go sooner or later. Wo nio led to this llftc of remark by a visit from our whilom friend, General A. W.UiMtoi', who entered tho army at the commencement of tho war, fought it out on that line until peaco came, and then settled In Little Rock, Arkansas, where he opened a law office, nnd has for seventeen years devoted himself to his profession and such public trusts ns tho Republicans while in power in thu State called him to fill. Hut the shotgun, tissue ballots and falso counts have over come an honest Republican majority, nnd the hand of ostracism is laid heavily upon prominent Republicans until thoy nrc literally starved out. This seems to be tho fate of General HiMiOP. He is on his wny to Buffalo, N. Y. from whence, ho started for the front when tho Nation needed de fenders where he proposes to open an ofllce forthepracticeof law,and take a fresh start iu life, after having wasted seventeen of the best yearn of his life iu an honorable effort to maintain his citizenship and build up his fortunes Iu a Southern State. But he is a "carpet-bagger," nniVmust go. This is only a typical case. They are plenty, and eminently admonitory. Northern capi tal, enterprise and talent can study tliC30 cases with profit. DtaCuesi.NO the Grant boom fiom tho standpoint of teudcr regard for the future political career of tho head of tho present Administration, tho Now York Commercial' Ailrcrtitcr rises to remark: The pressure from the pcoplo Is too spon taneous and widespread and too independent oftlio politicians to be disregarded. President Hayes, who spent pint of last week In Phila delphia, understand tho diift of this senti ment, no may not opemy tavor it, inn ii no is solicitous himself to continue In public life, as a Senator from Ohio, for example, ho will do nothing to discourage It. Is tbcro not a person named Ulysses S. Guant traveling about the couutry sorao where? Really we thought wo beurd bis name lnontloucil uoloro tlio meeting ol Uon gtoss. lliiflttlo Cornier. Yes, sir! thero is a man of that name, of whom you heard during tho war, and about tho timo of tlio " Gettysburg wake," nnd at divets and sundry times sluco. It is highly probable that you will hear his name men tioned frcouently during this session of Congress, nnd nbout tlio timo tho Forty sixth Congress expires, nnd when theFoity seventh Congress is ushered in. It now looks as if his name would bo on the lips of tho people on the 1th of March, 1631, nnd inny be heard for four years and inoro after that should his distinguished life bo spared so long. ruv tioi.it i vns' noo3t. General I.migitreot for Vlce-1'resldent. Kutaw, Ala,, Novomber'JS, 1879. To the l'Mtor of Tli'. National Uenubtlcan i Bun Noticing tho suggestion of several distin guished Southern Republicans as deserving the second place ou General Grant's ticket, wo have been much surprised to And the name of our Rich mond unraciitioncd by your correspondent. Now, li It is really contemplated to place a Southern rebel Republican on our ticket, why not clioosa a peerless ono ono who by his soldierly darlnt; has shed unfading lustre on the valor of Southern arms, and who possesses the confidence and esteem or thu men whom he lias bravely led lo battle and to victory? He Is the ono who, uctorlous at Chick amauga, felt " as if ho had wlilnpod his brother." Whllo giving us Gcnorat U. H, Grunt to represent the Union Jlcpublicans of tlie North and West, give us General James Lcngstreet to represent the Rebel Republicans or the South. This Is our beau Ideal or a bona lite nou-sectlonat Republican ticket: and, as a warm admirer or General Grant, and an x-llcutcuantolUuneral Longstroct,s. we ardently Indor.e It, and respectfully present it fur ihu i-ou. alduratton of all National Republicans. V, S. U, General Ilobert II. I.ue nnd flenerul flrnut. Tho following Is tho opinion expressed by the groat Confederate General Lee of thu ilUtlngulthed General Grant to Chaplain Pepper, of Die Eightieth Ohio rciUmuU, some lima alter the close of tho Rebellion i "1 wish," ho said," lo do Blmplo Justice to Gen eral Grant when I say that his treatment of the Army or Southern Virginia Is without u parallel In the history ortbeclrllhu-tl world. When my poor soldiers, with famished fairs, had neither food nor raiment, It was then that General Grant Immedi ately issued tbe humane order that 40.000 rations should be furnished to the Impoverished trooim, And that u as not all of his raaimantmltr I was giving directions to one of my stair oQIccrs, when niakhn; out tho list of things to be surrendered, t .... . urnm, wnoseoraeu lo oe paring uo aueniiouivn what wa transpiring, qtilcklraald, 'No. no, Gen- oral I. not n horse not onekeep them all I1 Your peoplo will need them for the spring crops T f A rien for the I"lnln "llenerM." To the Editor of TM National llevnbttcant Bui: Oh, bother on that new tttto for ox-rrcsldent Grant, wo bellcvo In hlin, and want htm again In any crcat National emergency, but tlio appellation proposed doci not sound well tout, somehow. It lias an anomaly to go back two grados, from Major-Clcncral to I.leuteiinut-Ucneral, for olor atlon or rank: but now, to tako a ralddlo prefix (Captain General), as a conception of a higher grade, Is moro anomalous still. Plain, euphonious "den oral" Is good enough for the best American In tlie laud, solid and dlgnined from Its vary brevity, and let history know liliu as such. Captaln-Gcile'ral smacks ofpanhh Cubs and tin-Aincrlcau Ideas. Elliott, J'OLITICAI. AOTHS. Thk Maine Cliatico-Countlng Iu tho Democratic candidates. Stv counties In Nebraska voted solidly Republi can at the Into election. Gi.ni.rai. CUunr.i.u seems tohavo tho lead Iu tho raco for benator In Ohio. KmvAiui i:TitrTT Half, proposes to restrict vot ing to tlioso who owu homes. If Wade Hampton would bo Vice-President ho must suppress tho "Dald Kugle" of South Caro lina. .Mn. SiNOLCTo.Va volco Is still for war. Ho Is inltv likely to get all lieknauU and a good deal more. Thk Augusta (Ga.) Cltrontcle sajsthat tha Grant i(n cmeut Jit tlialHtato Is Indeed becoming for midable. Thk Philadelphia Telegraph Is of opinion that Vice-President heeler Is strengthening as a Presi dential ciudldalc tloriRNon (jAitOMoN Is not only Jackuinlan. He Is Wobsteriau as well. He Is tho great ex pounder of ttie Maine constitution. Ir occurs to the Cincinnati (Vavffetlmt General Stewart I.. Woodford will be a tint class eaiutldato lor Vlcc-l'rcslUciit on tho ltepublleau ticket. SonKof the Southern Democruts In search of a Presidential candidate arc hovering round tho po litical grave where Horatio Seymour Is burled. Gary, ono of tho chief heroes of the Hamburg inavwicre. Is talked of by the Houtli Carolina Ku Klux for Congress on tha ground that he Is bold and aggressive. TiiKlloston llemUl't YVadilngton end man ss It looks, all things considered, ns ir Mionnau aiid Ditvls will lead the opposing phalanxes nuxt) car luseariliofthoonices. Short, Hhul-p mid lleclitlrn. Sangaino (III.) Monitor. With llajard as tho candidal!-, the slrugglo will be- short, sharp and dccl.-lvc, and i Iclory w III perch on the Democratic banners. lVmciful l.uuucti. Yleksburg Herald.) Iu our opinion, tho Northern Democracy are powerle to aid the South, but !owcrlul enough lo secure us a good licking II e do not control uurouu uoNciueiits. Why la it? Iluffido F.xprcss Maiilon Marble reached homo Iho other day. " This Is a pretty Mate of things. Why is It that the Democratic party can"! get along six months Milli on t me? 1 reel Just like breaking wiiuetiudy'i head." '1 hese w eru iil llrst w ords. Until Stntm-fi1s uro Correct. (Sandusky (Ohio) Register. Vile-President Wheeler dales It about right when he kj General Grant will be nominated miles! the Southern Jlrlgadlers In Congress bchavu heller this season than Ihcy did last, and that If General Grant Is nominated ho v III bo elected. Uolli statements are correct. Preparing n llln .Speech. Knoxvllle Chronlelc.l McMillan, member or Congicss trom this Mate, knowing that lie Is oMoo small calibre tomakeu nolne in any other way is reported as prepar ing a big speech on n bill he Introduced in the last session to reduce the President's salary to 8J5.OD0. For material be has nodoubt been hanging around tha kitchen door of the While House interviewing scullions, uuder-cooks, chambermaids and such like, for Iho purposo of discovering the cxponsca or tlio President. It's a great pity some enterpris ing servant didn't empty u boiler of scalding water ou hlin. i't:usoXA.i J. F. Ijwku'. or F.ugland, is sojourning at tlie Itlggs IIoue. Hon. Jo'H'll'I". ItAfM, or Hoston, Is booked at WiUard's. Frank Dhake, of Chicago, registered at the St, James j esterday, FraniisF.Tiiori-r, or England, Is registered nt the Metropolitan. Hon. A. Q. Kkasiiy, or Now Jersey, has rooms st the Ebbltt House. Hon. W. A.Saikktt and wire, of Saratoga, aro guests at Wlllard's. Junm. W. A. Flit n. ot Massachusetts. Is booked at the Itlggs House. Ho. Waldo IIl-tciiim, of Now York, rcglstorcd at Wlllard's yesterday, Hon. William McKrsi.r.v, of Ohio, arrived at tho Ebbltt House yesterday, Hon. J). Mourns, of New York, registered at the Ebbltt House yesterday. Dr. W. I). Bkwilj. and wife, or Now York, aro among the guests at tho Itlggs House. Nathan Am-i.ctov, or Boston, President or tho United States Hoard or Trade, is stopping at the Itlggs Home. Miss JmrriiiNR Meeker, accompanlod by hor brother, Italuh, arrived In tho city last evening, and is stopping at the Itlggs House. Thk familiar raco-iorex-Congressman Milt Sailer, or Cincinnati, and Martin I. Tom mend, of New York, vicro loth on tlio floor of Iho nouse yester day, and tero cordially giceted by their old friends. C. F. Mabos and wife. Ithode Ifland; Louis Chebault, Paris; J. W. hinlth, New York; Mr. and Mrs, J, F, Lucas. Penusylvviila: H, 8. Morse, New Orleans, and C, Parker, Now Jersey, are booted at tha Arlington. Dr. (J. F. McDonald, auperlntendcnt of the money-order division or tlie 1'ostofllce Department, who has been some timo In Europo on business connected with the International money-order system, sailed from I.lvcriool December Ion Ills return to the United States, and Is expected hero early next week. lloioes of lliron YVnrs. We again direct tho attention of our reodersto the work entitled "Heroes of Ihreo Wars," wlilch Ironcrcd at present to our citizens by a lady agent. Tho book Is worthy a nlaceln orery library, and every person should at least give it an examination. FOK TIIK liAMIKS winter styles. :m::r,s. o. v. smith, 018 Ninth St. noilliweat, opp, 1'utout Ofllce, Having lust returned from the North, has on hand the Latest Styles for thu Winter nnd makni u specialty for the holidays. Old Ladle Caps. Also Doll baby Hats, ilonui Is. and Frames. MISS BELLE LUCAS, Ml MAHICKT FIPACK. CORNKIl F.1UI1TH ST., WASHINGTON, II. O. Dressmating in its Departments. AGHNCY FOR 11MK UKUmtiM'm ltKMAIH.F. PATTKltNa PLAITING IK)N: AT OLD kTAND, W! NINTH STJtK.KT. H. Y. MItS. M, A. WIIITI', Hi I'.levenUi si. ii. w, LAD1IM' OKNAMKNTAL HAIR WOIUCKH AND FASHIONA1ILK HA I II IIRIrXSKlt. comiiings hi:adi:d. WIG-MAKING AND nRPAiniNG. "Orders from tbe couplry proiuptty attended to The Largest nnd Finest Assortment OF LADIK3' AND MIHMIfts' OLOAKS . IN THK CITY. IIANDSOMIXY HtlMMI.I) CLOAKS for H ZE. WTLXj3LA.3T,S, 07 l'ICNNSYLVANIA AVENUE, 7 C1T1S TJlttVlSK. PARIS. ocil WllX HJ'.Xli l'OUll MOA'KYirJUtT, IF YOU CAN DO AH WKLL AT IIOMKl II you want the Sweetest and WhlUst Uresd, buy our Nl.WbOUTII; II Is equal lobesl Minnesota. II you want the next bust Flour, use our HUN- M1IIIAN I'ATKST. Ilyousvant ulee White and Sweet Dread, buy the JOHN DAVIDSON FAMILY. Fur sale by alt the leading- Grocers and Flour lniar. WllOI IVIAI.KDl'POTI WILLIAM II. TKNNKY & SONS, uolT-ttin Capital Mills, Georgetown, V. CI W. S. MITCHELL, Kiteiulve Dealer iu llOB-FUillllfi: IIKY (lii, Carpetlne. flatting, Certain, ska.es, K No, 813 Pennsylvania Avonuo, JIOtui siakkict nraoa mciudo the liorfei. At tnat moment ,ueneri; , nrr.aiAZi notices. Jt . r" ' - n. .w.' aACvAm J-TSJIIOLIDAY PRgHENTIJ'flUlTAnlJt FOB (IKMT1.EMSN. m 1J M. Goldstein, Tobaccoalst, 6lt Pennsylvania Ave nue, has the Finest and Largest Assortininl orMeer schaum Goods and bmuktrs' AttlclM or every de scription, sultabl to make a (JbrlsUnns present to Tour gentlemen Irlendr. or Cigars by the J to from line Hollar upwards. It would be advlsableto make your piirrtnwn lieforetlie rush bfglns. !leJJdi 0-55r NOrtCK. The Hoard or Directors or tlie ? Capital, North O Hlrest and South Wash ington Ttaiinray Company have declared a dividend nfone-nud-a-hnirp'reent. (II.) on tin Capital Stock or the Company, payable ouaodotlsr the Sd day of January, lssu. The hook for the transfer of stock will he closed ou tbo Will day of December, ISTf , at 4 o'clock t m. UOII'T M. CIIKW, dfll-St Secretary and TreMurer. rJsrA MKirriNd will l hold at Consention staS' ltRll.roinfr orioiclilli and K atreeM norlh weei, THUILMDAY KVKNlNtl, December II. at 7ii0 X 111., for Ilia tmroraaorilevlslnr moans for tlie re- Iter ol the sulfate, po.r of Ir,. 1WMKW Br-TO CIAS CONSUAIKIW. Notice Is hereby given thnt, with the discount off, ths net price for gas consumed on and after Janu ary 1, Ism will bo reduced to Two Dollars per thou aaiid cubic feet. UllAS.;a 11AII.KY, dnel-lm ; Hecrptary. BSTA RICH MAN'S OVERCOAT, First-class Merchant Tailor Moke, very little worn, ran be boneht for a poor man's price lor leas money Uian a common, ready-made new one, at HIEIEsLZIOG-'S, ' 90S NINTH ST. near l'enna. are. You will And targe asx'rtmeiit of tbe above clothing, together with Heavy Winter Goods at aamo rates. ocs-f.m SECOND . - CLOTHING IHflMXters of I.r.-OiT tlothlnir, Wftlchu, C1un. li tltAr,nrn ppt tlistitriuh prim from thurlklnftt JIKUXKJ'K NINTJ1 Br. ntur l'wnua, are Uy ealU&ictorfuldrrlusU- abor plnce, prompt ntlfrtiUon will Ua irlTpn tuMlordrrft. x-f,m IKTST OKFICK Or TjrK MUTUAI, FIRM INB. lUiy ct. or u. ; No. CiO Ia, Ayc. JlRiik of Wulilnoton Huldlntr. In HccortUues wltli ib action of the llunrd of Mau jtfrt nutwtlwr IiM oil tlitfioth Inilivnt, tii,tke U horeivTBtfn ibt .tlntwlwclcor per cent, of the HmoiiiitBtiiniHnctn ihocirdit ot etuti ocy on Jhii nary 1. 1M7V, ill bo pnlil toench iMitlcy holder, nt tlio nlUcoofilic Companr on hnJ nfler tliu Itrtli dtty of lHTmbcrlS7f, exrcpl ou siuh iollclffi ai Imvobwtt Beitlotl (ur aro In proewn of wfUlrmniU alucs Jan uary l, MTU. By order of tho Hoard. J. WJWLKY HOTl.t.Kn, Hccrelnry. Wnttihmlon, l. C, Wnv. ID. IK nnHWwIc trjSfOVWK NATIONAL HKPUllMUAK, WZEJ 'amunuT(pK, Nuvpinber 13. 1K An AdlotirnM nniuiM nuTtlm? of tbe HiDCk holders ortliu Katloitnl 2U'tubllC4Ui L'rlutlnx and I'ltbllsltlnn i'oiiipMiiy for IhfHDctloiiof neven trtutewi. to mtvo for tin? ensttlmrrcnr, will be held ul tbo oitlc of the t'oinisAJiy on TIIUItSliAY, December lit li, between tbo bours ot 11 a. m. nnd U in. nitx-ta Ii;VIH Cr.KPllANFM.HeVy. JSTONE & HANLEY, Al-IOKM.VS ANI KOLICIIUIU. Have rcuiovntl their oDIcm ti NO. fc7 LOUISIANA AVIINUK. ocio-ly OmoH. etliuNewCUy IMM ofllce. EST .f- Sl'KCIAL NOriL'K. a tiiiui Hirepr.v nv I't'UK NOHWI.UIAN XH) I.IVK.II OIL hi IiHHWHliriiRHtore.l'or.MintliBt. and l'cnnsyl. sanln ave , at 10 els. per futlplnt bottlo oiscm (fr-FI.Uin I.KIHTNINO L'UIIK) NKUUAU l& GlA.lleadAche.Toothaclie.Aa, In onemlnitlo. Sold at tnighlln's, Musoulc 'leujple, and by drU7 glsls ceneraily. nojl (r3Sr SANDlXHtll'H liSSF.NCK (I I NO Kit. S. 8. S, H-TtV Food Curo. hnpanule, Cllllciira, and alt new remedies, at Cuughtin'a Drug storu, Masoulc Temple, sell -3TQUlNINF,QUININK l'ILLS.Jlc..S()LI AT IkSv riiliiced rates at Coughlln'a Temple Drug Store, corner F and Ntntli streets n w. set! fvrgi llOMKOPATmCMltlHCINKNtlFKVKRY WSCf kind. Humplirey'a Sieclllcs. Kilract Witch Hn7el, ImiH-rial Urunuiu and other food lur Infants alfoUKhllii's. aclJ MONKY TO LOAN V2S IN SUMS TO SUIT ON WATCHICS. DIAMONDS. JKWRl UY. c 3P. WAILACH'S loan ori'ici:. 1417 I'eniisylvnnlH nveniio northwest. Near Wlllard's Hotel. mar2! l.KCTUKKN. HC. VINCENT, rO-XIOUT, 7 O'CLOCK. CONfiltKGATIONAI, CHCKCII. j'orirr..nTr,ncTiriti:. ox jh:ck. " One or My Uest." A DM1SSION ..SO CKNTS. I- F.U1UKK. At tho Metropolitan M. K. Church, J by one of its former pastors, tlie Iter. O. II. Tiffany, I) ID. now ofst. Paul's, N. Y , on "1 UK3DA Y KVlillNtl. Decembs-r IE, 1S70. ul 8 o'clock. Subject Work and Its Worth; tbe Suciat 1'roblem of Ijibor. d Y. M. C. A. LKCl'IJItl-. COUItSi:. LINCOLN HALL, 8 P. M. PROF. ItlCHAHD A. l'HOCTOIl will Lecture on THK POKTltY OF ASTRONOMY. Dee. 8. OTIIKK WORLDS AND oriIF.ll SUNS, Dec, It LIFE AND HKATIt OF WORLDS, Dee, 15. CONCF.RT HY MHMIKIJWOIIN QUINTITrTK UJ.un, oriiosion, reu. is. lecture by JOSLril COOK on BTIUKF.ltrt AND C03IMUNISTS." March H. A S1.COND CONCK11T IN APRIL. Course Tlckels. for six cnli-rulnments. 3.0D Hlucle Tickets for Lttlurra....... H.wdii cenis niugie iicseis lor 1 onceris .7dceuis Tickets at Melzerott'u, D.a Peuua. Ave. Sustaining; members admitted wlthouschnrf by ap plication ut the Y.M. C. A. olllee. oU L. C. BISHOP, DRUGGIST, Cor. Ninth and HSts.N.W., fFORMKHLY COOK'S HALM OF LIFE Di'.POT. A New and Well-selected Slock of DRUGS, MUD ICINK3, AND FHARMACF.UTICAL PltF.PAHA TIO.NS. spix'ial atti:ntion givj:n to compound- INH PltFACIlIl'l'IONS, TOILLT GOODS, PF.llFUMUS, 11RUSH1M, SOAPS, Ac, IN grhat varikty, SUITAIILK for holiday prkshnts. and ATT11U LOWlitT PRICKS, dec! Im New carpet stor We opon to-day Dne of the largest and finest stocks of YXSrJiT CXUl'KTH, MOQVKTTK CAJT- rxrti.Jiojty intvvajcfJi inaTArjcsTJir JlllUHSKr.HCAUVr.TX,WlTU1101llF.lia TO MATCH, TlinKK-ri,r arid JXOltAlX CAM'Jtsrs.HrAittiwa halt. rr.NKTiAX VA1IMT3, OIT. OM.OTHH hi all widths, I.10 XUMH and J.IXOLKUMS, WITH JlOIt- nr.rnt to match, -rouKTlira with A ruu, LIN a or UVllOtATKUV OOO DM, J.AVK CVXTAINH, DltAI-XKUSS, &C.,&C, In placing Uils sunk belore tbe public we do aocou Adentttiattn varlet) ol siylss and quality of goods eur stock cannot be surpassed by any bouse of Hie kind In the United States. MANY OF OUR CARPET PATTERNS AllE SI'KCIALLY OUK OWN, And cannot be duplicated by any other house In Washington. SINGLETON & HOEKE, 801 Market Space, Cor. Eighth St. M GKNTS' HKWF.D HOOTS, f-i GKNTS' CUSIOM HOO'I'S, 1W GI'.NTS' PF.OOKD HOOTS, 1 GIFTS' FINK GA1TKRS, V LADII' KID nurroN, ! LADIES' aOAT 11UTT0N, tl M LADIICS' SIDF. LACK, 1.60 W1I1TH KID SLIPPF.RS, It SCHOOL SHOliS. VS-OKNT INFANT MUTTON, GUM UOiH-a AND SIIOIX, L. HEILBRUN'S e0 Boveotll Ml, N,TT Sign, the Old Woman la ths Window. OAUD3,: CIHOULAIW. AND COMMERCIAL PRINTING, UftPUULlUAN JOU ItOOMd, AXLVHV.HV.ViTli. KTATIONAL TUEATRBT DANITES. 12 53 .!. ....rri.... .- K v i nsin nvitninu snu v au 23 n?VTirnjtA f nrAxJ.v'J:,fi toKKK'ltAjNKIN , MK. and Mils. M Buppotted byJ W. K. SHUlltllAK, tmlfl WotultruUy toronp llimojnrniit IHit.tn uhtr rorh nnd nertt trmn, on aecmwt of thrtr n.folttoMW to tltc cJuu octet s, have been vteciaUu cnoaoett, Iu .Iniiiiiln Mlllor's Ilenutlfiil Ain.rlrmii Ilrnuiii, jtAXirnst jM.virK.tr JtAXITKHI 1AXITKHI oaxitksi jtAxirr.st J)AXIVi:sl HAX1TV.HI ltAXXTJiS! OAX1TJMI AIT I.-Harly Morning;. ACT It.-Huwllns; Wll denies.! Snloon. AIT III. Widow's Cabin, Heart of Sierras. ACT IV.-Snndy's Uibin. ACT V.-Golden Gulch, Ulltl' FlieCsUabui. Momtny, Decemlmr 15. iY'8 CHICAGO CHURCH CHOIR CO.M HKIIK'S TO YOUR IIKAI.T1I, STANDINcfltOOM ONLY'.-ItlP. JHAVHRI, JpORD'S. HIP.-I MR. JHFI1 RSON AS Tin: VAOAROND OF Till; KATSKILL, IttpT'AN WINKLK. Written by Washington Irving. Dramatlred by Dion Douelcault ACTKD HY J0-KP1I JHFFHRSON, TO-NIGHT to-night TO-NIGIir TO-NUIIIT TO-NIGHT 'IO-NIGIIT 1O-NI0HT FIIIDAY-UKNKFIT OF MR. JF.FFKIlSON. siivutnAX'n JttrAi.H. BOU AOItliS ..... -..-.Mlt. JhFFKHSO.f. L1CNI) MK llVrl SHILLINGS. Mil. aOI.IOHTLY. .; MIt. ji:fff.rson. ONLY JI'.FFKRHON MaTINKK SATURDAY. SATURDAY NIGHT, FAHKWHLLofJirFFKItSON Mpuday next ttie Weathrrshr-iloodwln Frollaucs In IhHr HOBlltKS. IBtiirnmtiTltle.l (I JtA XJt V A XT A TA, ,(A WINTKH F.VKNING'S KNTF.rtTAINMKNT," on "nf.w i:ngland uuii.tino uf.k," Will b Siinic nt CUIITIS HALL by the Youint Ladlos and Genttemen ot Georeetown, assisted by the Amateur Orchestra or the samo city, for the Rendu oftlio Ladles' Union Renevolcnl Society, of Georgetown, FHIDA Y, Dec. 12, tsT!l,at 8 o'clock p. m. Admission. 50 Cents. Children, 21 Cents. riiiMiAUMONic sociktv. "Till: MI'.SSTA It," X-MAS WIIHK, MONDAY KVF.NINO, HtX. St, Tbe lollowlng artists from Now York bavo been eniraeed as Sololsli MISS AIlIHi: CARRlNG-ION, Soprano: MISS OCl'AVIK GOMIKN, Contralto; Mlt. Fill'.b. ItAltVKY. Tenon and MR. FRAN. HKMltr.IlT.. Rasso. ORGANIST flt. W. WAI.DFCICCR. CllNllt't"IOIt..... DR. J. P. CAUI.FIKI.D. The lullowlii; works have been aelectod for the .SI.Y'O.Vll COXCl'.UTi Sulllvnu's " Prodigal Son " and Rossini's "STAHKT MATHR." Passive Memlieis' TlcUfLs at Mlddletou'o Rank, tli7 F street. Itekheiduck's Piano Wnrerooiu, 4U l.leveiilli street, and Mflyeroll's MilsloHlore. T INOOI.N IIAI.I. Jllss llimiin lluiialiy Mr. MAllrlce Strnkn.vcli lina llm Imnn, TIIUItsllY TltllllSllY TIltmsilY TIIUItsllY TIltflHIlY TIIUItsllY TIIUItsllY TIIURSIIY TIIURSHV THUItSltY TIIUItsllY THl'RHllV TIIURSIIY TIU'ltMllY T1IURHIIY TIIURSIIY TIIURSIIY TIIUItsllY TIIURSIIY orunnoiinclnirthat niSH K.1IJI.V TIIIIICNUY Will Rive h-r First and Only GRAND CONCF.RT, WcfliicMiIii)-. Ie;. 17, AT 8 P. M !On hlch orcnstoii wltlapiMfir MI.SS KMILY WlNA.VT.Wlitlnlto. FRAN. IIUMMKL, ltanlsl, ADAMOWMK1, Violinist. RLUMKNIICRG. Violonrelllsl. Mlt. (1KOIIUK COLUY, Conductor. Aiimix-siiix II; llcervcd Heats CO els. exir.L Thu sate orseati, will open Sst iirdiir, Dec. II, nt Metrerotl's Music store nt vs. hi. heciire your seals In thno. rpllKATKK COMIQUH. XMONDAY. DKCKMllF.lt s. NIGHTLY. AND TUKSUAY AND FRIDAY MATlNHlk Tho Kvent of IhoSelisatlouul hea-soii. lUisagemenl of the Young American Comedian, SID C UtANL'K, In bis new and poweriul isrsma, onlltlcd IN '11 IK WKR. KiiKaeemeut for three nights only of DKI,1 1IAKTV AM) IIHNGLKIt, Cnhtll Ilrolhei-s, Ornce Gnrlaud, Cbarlto Redmond aud Georgia make, I'ell and Lewis, tharles A. Greer, Kellle waters, and our Mnmmotli Slock Oou-paiiy. .lake JIuild, In his new negro sketch, entitled UK NKVHR HURT MK 'Hie greatest combination ordrama and variety us or aeen In Ihtsclty. G HANI) 1'AIlt OH ST. PATRICIC'S CIIUHCH, AT MASONIC TKUPIil!, Gor. Ninth and Fats, From Dec. ! to Dec. It. SBATON HZIjXj, Corner Ninth nnd I) Streets Nor I Invest. Billiards, ..... 40 Cents For Hoar. TAULKft IUsPITTUD I BAR HKSroCKKDt aJ-liverjIhliiL, In nrst-class stylet ocil M Ik SCANIXIN, Proprietor. Old "o.l ON KXIIIUITION 480 J- AND SALE 7th St. J AT I Nosv Ni J. o;:o I.K St. 11. Nosv No, MAKKIIITKU'S FHEK ART OALLHIIY AND STORK. No, WS 11 Street Northwest. Choice Oil Paintings, Kngravlngs, Chromos, Ac, Also the largest stock of Paperhanglngs, Window Shades, IM lures, l'ramra. Picture Cords and Tassels, ItlngsVNalls, &a, in tlie District. TKHMS CASH. 1'leaso remember name and number. l29-tf DR. F. A. von MOSGHZISEER, THK W1XL-KNOWN KUROPEAN PHYSICIAN and SPECIALIST, LATE OF PHILADELPHIA, HAS OPKNHD AN OFFICE AT 619 NINETEENTH ST. N. W. SPECIAL ATTKNTION GIVKN TO DISEASES OF THK KYK, KAH, TUItOAT, LUNO. CIllvST JJIS- ICASliS, CATAHHII, ASTHMA. To Wirou it May Concirw i We, the undersigned, citizens or Philadelphia, take pleasure Incerttrylngthnl DR. F. A.VON MOSOH.IS KKIt has been a resident of our city lor some years, during which he ban acquired a distinguished reputa tion aa a practitioner In diseases ot Ihe Kye, JiVir aud Throat. He lias also, during some time past, been Frofoisor aud clinical Operator In one or our Medical Instliutlous. Wo recommend him to the cordial sup port of tbe l'rcss and tlie contldeuro ol the communi ties be may see tit to visit. M McMIOHAKL, Mayor orthe City. KW DAVIS, Spoaker House Hop.; Pa. JNO W FOIINKY. llltor Press. CIIAS McCLlMTOUK Morning Post, P CKI.MAKKR, US Maishal. J W GRAYSON, Mercury. AUWKLC1I. HON A W MCCLURK OKWARIIURTON. Kvenlng Telegraph, K I, FKATHlCltBTONU.. Krsnlng Itulleilu FROM HORATIO SBYMOUR. Utica, N. Y , May M, l71. Dr. von'Moschtlskf r brings me letters or Introduc tion trom geiilleuieii of cliaraelerand Handing-, Tliey speak blgbly or bis skill aud auowaa In tbo Irratmeut or diseases of ine I'.ro and Ear and those of tbe Res piratory Organs, and of liss alialutnetils asaphy. aldau. From his Ireuliuent of cusea undtr my obser vation and peraoiiAl experience, I think be can give rellvMn all cases which admit or remedy. HORATIO SEYMOUR. RESTORATION OF IlKAHINU. From tbo blgb Indorsements sstlb which Dr. von MoAthrlskeroeuie here I was Induced to place my self under his ore lor a cafcn of catarrhal dealness which gave me a great deal of uneuslneas. His trest menl proved a period success. 1 consider him a physician or great skill and Judgment I think it but ajust tribute to him to make It known to all who need bis medlcH services that I have the utmost confidence In Ills professional abilities. Gait ou him at tie Ninsiesnth street. TuoH.noMKitvir.ur National Urass Works. Wasuisotoh, October II, Wis IBenutor D. W. Voorhoes.1 I ths.uk you very sincerely for the relief I received from jourtreatmsntitf my hearing, which has been seriously Impaired, tbe mult ol ail extensively se vere cold 1). W, VOOHHKla. JX1NDON AND LANCASHIRU j'fiu: ixxujiAxui: company. Of Liverpool, Knglaud. Subscribed Capital : : ! i 700,000 Premiums received furl 878 i 1 : l.aia.470 Cash aweU over llabllltivs : t : l)Ss,00 lxeu-i resisted, None. Market valuo ofbtock, 200 r cent. ltatos as low as any other suktly first class coiupauy. HALTIMORK DF.PAHTMKNT, PROUD i CAMPRKLI Managers. WASHINGTON AtlKNttY. NATIONAL HA IK DKl'OSIT 11UILDING, Cor, N. Y. ave. aud yitleenth st. 11. w. dccslin F. It, JOHNSON, Agsnt. MOCHA AND JAVA COFFEE. N. W. BURCHELL, cu 133 FSrHHF.T. 4Kb flTIQRRfiTHFRQ P. HO n w 1 ivayiiy i BWlciers of the"OTIS" J draulic Passenger and Freight ELEVATORS. During tho past twonty-flvo yoars wo ntvvo constructod tho grontor part of tho flrat-olasa Elovator work: throughout tho United States. Our Washington work may bo soon at tho TJ. S. Capitol, tho War nnd Navy Building, Treasury Building, Corcoran .Building, Ebbitt Houao, Willard'B Hotol, National Hotol, Evans' Building, Metropolitan Hotol Hamilton ITouso, Itopublioan Building (Consus Bureau), Govornmonf Printing Building. "Wo havo orootod in Now York city, and olsowhoro, a simplo and safo PRIVATE HOUSE HYDRAULIC ELEVATOR, readily oporatod by a lady. Wo aro building tho Hoisting Maohinory to bo used In tho construc tion of tho WASHINGTON MONUMENT, eapablo of raising a load of nino tons to tho hoight of COO foot. Aftor tho completion of tho Mouu mont this maohinory will oporato a Passongor Elovator. Our "Washington Address: EBBITT HOUSE. o.otiii;v(.. THE BEST STYLES -AND-. FINEST QUALITY - OF - lIlHIffliSGlS -FOR- Suitings, Trouserings and AI.I.IO RKCARF.FULLY CUT HY (UNQUPST10NA11LY) THK RKST CUTTERS IN THIS CITY TRIMMKDANDMADUINA HUPKltllAND MOST CRKDITAIH.K MANNHIt, AND SOLD AT Till IWULAH LOW CASH! PIllt'KS KHl'AIH.IMIIKII AND MAINTAINED 1IVTI1K RF.LIAUI.K AND IN HVF.ltY WAY FIRST-CLASS TAILORING HOUSE OF JOHN M. KEELER, 1111 Penna. Ave. H. D. BARR, Manager (lato Kelly & Barr). iiooksjvnd ntationi:ry. Stereoscopic Views anl PliotoarapS or TUB PUBLIC BUILDINGS OF THE CITY, AND MOERIBON'S STBANOER'S GUIDE. 3ste-w"booics. Desiy's IVler.il Coustltutlou - 1 1 oo Hindi on Juries to Williams on Real Property, 61b edition & Oil Trial ol Prorcuor Webster. Z roll....... ... 4 U) Abuotl'a I.a Dldlonary, '1 vols.-.- - 13 W Klines' U. s. Kiecuilve llepartment....- .. 1 (0 Warren's lo.tuo n Year, ; vols., now eIHI..n. ...... 3 so lllgpIilw'aLlleofFriinklln. 3 vols.. 4 60 I.uoorilenjamlu It. Ciittls, J vols (too Webster's Great Speeches . 3 10 Willi General tiraul In the Kasl-by Healing IM MacFarlaue's Lire of Napoleon 1 '.Is Aftlllslockof IHIAUTIFUL BTATlONIiltY, for sale by W. H. & 0. H. MORRISON, LAW ROOKSRLI.F.RS AND OTATIONKOS, not Nn. 475 PensiavlvniilH nvetiun li. w. c'iioici: iioi,iiav lioous. THE 1HMT llDITIONS.THtf FINKST niNDlNOS, at thi: t.oimst i'Jtuu:s. A very largo selected siock of vmr.intr.x's i i.i.uhwatjkh hooks. FINK STATIONARY AND FANCY GOODS, CIiniSTMAS CARDS, WHITING DF.SKS, Chiomos and Pictures nt Half Price, WM. BALLANTYNE & SON, no'.T 2S 8F.VKNTII BTRF.KT N. W. KOUCATIONAIi. MUSICAL CONSERVATORY AT11IH Spacious Muslo Hall, -Kit Nlutli St., nnd Har lots. (IHO I'onnn. Ave. Kiist, 1CSTAIILISH1CD IN IW9. TUITION! Singing, Voice Culture, Piano, Organ, Violin, Flute. iVc J, 110, J15, and I'M: irom beginners to advanced grade. .... Lessons gtvon ni pupils restdeneo when requested. Twelve Teaihers I Free Advanlugesl Bend for circular. O. Jk HULI.A RD. jchtsm Director. To 1114 Fourteenth street n. w., THK NATIONAL LAW SCHOOI JOHN A. HAYWAKD, Pnov.. Attorney at Law. X.ESX0N8 JLN J1T.OCUTION E I IV A It I C "V Ofl'NSElsI), At No. 1 111 Ninth atroet northw est, del-tt SCHOOL of MUSIC 707 KIOHTII KTJIKKT N. W. OUloeuos on application. Tuition 5 ud up war J. aua 6(u POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE, 700 JVr 8'1'JtlWJ.' If. W Educates Students as Practical Architects and Engl- neers. Terms, 1 per month, payable In advauce. oc2-tf Spencerian Business College, COlt. SEVENTH ANJO Z. UTS. N, jr. Olves education for real life to sons and daughters. The course cornprlses Penmanship. Spelling, Compo sition, Correspondence, liuslness Arithmetic, Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping, Huslnces Practice, Political Iloonoiny, Commrrciat Law and Lectures, Day and cvenlugsessions. Open lor reception of stu dents last Monday In August and thereafter. For par ticulars visit the College or address nut H. C. flPMNCliH, Principal. THK ItOSSLYN SEMINARY. No 1650 1 street, near sixteenth street north' west, Miss It. Ross, 1'rliiclpalt Mrs. ulddous, Teacbwr of aUocutloil I Miss llslle Ogdeu, Cngllsh Assistant, and 11 .Massou. Teacher o French decl-tr -rrrASIJINGTON AND new YOHIC STOCK AGENCY. Esclnslve nnd direct Velegrapb Wires between Agency In Washington and New York ottlcea, j, ji, Dopai:, At a, woon, No. 1, Wlllard's Hotel', IVuslilnclon, D. a, AOKNTS VOK ritlNCV. WUITKr.Y. Sroctc IIkokbrs. Ot HiioaiiwAy, Ncv Yohk, j'aS: wufmly. a"' I,""," W- H. TltAVJCHS, Special. F.very class of Securities nought and Sold on Com mission In Ban Francisco, Philadelphia, New York, and Washington, OrdeislnCOTTONIeiecuted. decl-tt nF11- OsPDCaLilLlCKrCSl-, Northwest Cor. Ninth and K Streeu, Has Just Opened One of the Most Complete Linos of LADIES' AND MISSES' HOSIERY That will be Shown this Season. GENTS' UNDERWEAR Aud Furnlslilnc Goods In Great Variety. NINTH jA-JSTD E STRBETS DR. OANDKK. OF NliW YORIC. Sl'KCIALlSV. 1 treat Hemorrhoids or I'llcs. Will give Moo for any case of Itching, bleeding, llllnd or Projecting Piles my rouieaies win nos neip anu onre. I use only esternal and internal remedies; nocaustka.no acids, an Im mediate relief! no detention from business. 1 treat aud cure all Female Weaknasaes.lno examinations necos. sary Iu my l'lle treatment or Female Weaknesses, but must see all psilents to know their ooniltlion.) then any person ran use my remedies themselves. Ca tarrh cured, and deafhsw caused by catarrh, Ias ol mental power, vigor and general dsblllly by ellljr nex restored. For further Information, and diutcul lies or wlili h Ureal, you must make iippilosllon at uy olllee, No. til 1 street noriliwtst, olllee aud resi dence. Cousultatlon lice to all, del ly fS mm fiiaV w UU,"J Steam and "HALE" Hy Overcoatings, JIiOTIlI. OWING to the mild season, no have on hand too largo a slock lo parry, and wilt sell at Reduced Prills. M Gents' Dress Suits now lla. 1 13 Gents' lireis Suhs now JIS. (IJ Gems' Dress Suits now fW. Our fl6 All-Wool llnslnese Suits, 9. p Ho s' School Hulls now J2.50. tn Hors' school sulw now 15. Overcoats and Ulsters at Reduced ltatos. Roys' Knee Pauls TJc. Ijong do. fl. Single Jackets at about one-halt, ttm AXit una pa. A rn. "W. SjaLBY. fCrltlc. deed OVEROOATI JSrC3rS, SUITINGS, THOCSKIIINU.X A VKHV ELEGANT AND LARUE ASSORT. MK.NT OF THK l.ntet .Styles nt rlloilernte Prices JUST nitCElYED. PATENT MP.TALL1C NECK-TIK SHIELDS FOI HOWS AND SCARfS JUST OUT, And only to bo had of GEO. BKRGLING, Merchant Tailor and Gents' Furnishings, no tf NO. 1318 F S'lsltEET. -AT- REDUCED PRICES. Three Hundrod Different Stylos ol CA.SSIMERES, WORSTEDS, BROADCLOTHS and BEAVERS, To be Made to Order; Devlin & Co., BMB WHBH F STItEET. 921 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. :!', YORK HIKG HOB WE GUARANTEE EVERY SALE On. rftlUbla C1otiuInjxoia at this aiUbllsment. All sjoodisj liars the prloM luaiked on thorn Iu plain lie urci. Our Hock U -Ul now. Ho nil oj-worn or moth rfttru cnrmsnti to di,otw of. Open Irom 7 v ui. to tt p. m. Alwnyiiivlltiiit;to Uor our goods. Don't btijr unlM you nrn snlled. Miu WM, HAIfr hMClmrg of ourTallorlui l. partinonl. Jtospfctfully, WM. WALL & CO, FALL STYLES The Nobby Goods of Washington. Geo.T.Keen 0PAII..OI5, 414 Ninth Stroot BUILDING LUMBER OJfAJ.T, KINDS. iiaiidwoodTumbeu, JOBBING LUMBEll Cheaper llinn ever, at the etd stand, corner Ttilr teeutuand II streets. WM. UK-MIAN. ectf Stylish pni