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THE iNATIONAJL KEPUBLICAST, FRIDAY MQflNTlSra, JANTJAEY 14, 1881. National Republican. "-"py, p. C, JANUARY 14, 1SSL A PHOTOGRAPH. BY BEX MILLUa. jlary had a little lamb, She killed him for his suet; After the (gu)ile was out of him, He looked like Ah Shi Hewitt. OH I THE RASCAL. BY BILL MACFEELEY. law burned the fire, the room was dim, We heard the warning clock strike ten, Awl by the moonlight, growing dim. Knew parting time had come again. Iliad a dream last night," I said, " ill tell it to you ere I go : I thought, TOy dear "our litUe nca(1 Was lying on my shoulder so ! lis time to go," I said, "and you You kied me twice upon the cheek; Sow tell me, love, if dreams come true." Most archly did my darling speak: 'Why, some come true, and some do not; Preiims like this do, I quite believe." Ami then she kissed me twice, and got Her w ait entangled in my sleeve. FRICASSEED ONIONS. The hardest thing to deal with an old pack of canl-. -liittakered"is the new term for hazing at We-1 l'oiut. roung elephant generally costs about S2.000. Bluliii- -ay- hi has one, though, that only coit him ici-cream money. - Tlie godde.--of liberty," remarks an exchange, Jim;-the greatest liberty iu dress." 'Well, she ca:i afford it; --he has a legacy. . depressing item comes from France. Thcladics hi-e -i.pied exposing their shoulders at the balls, but the Ixtooin still enjoys its old-time freedom. Tjiiiilmi cabman called out after a smart. dar- r little gentleman, who affects particularly large afs. "(inncoui oi mat nai, wui yen x Jinows yer in it- cos l sees yer ieei. A Cleveland man has invented a flying machine "u!.h-lt?d upon the anatomy of a bird," and " any pt-rxiii contributing 51,000 for a full-sized machine w:!!lei:niiedtonde." He is very kind; but as la-; a the snow and slush don't reach a depth of oer fifteen feet we prefer to walk. iaths.ivs: "Boston always knows more about Inliau- than Indians know about themselves." That -neither new norstrangc. ButwhileGathhad the subjei-t in hand he might have said that a cer tain d.i-5 of Uostouians think they know more aUiit any given subject than all the rest of the r.orld people. Manchester Union. The actros, M'lle Ozy, has received the follow ing aileetionate declaration: "Mademoiselle: I am onlv a jour workiugranu, but I love you like a mil liuiiaire. While waiting to become one I send you tlii buneh of violets. If you wish to know me, and to reciprocate my undying affection, when v hi are on the stage to-night lift your beautiful iviituthecock-lott; my legs will hang over." JV.-iiiA fan. LEON GAMBETTA. The Life ami Work or tlie French States luan lleviened Ileibrc a Historical So ciety. lii-iore the Long Island Historical Society Mr. George M. Towlea, of Boston, recentlv read a paper depicting vividly the career of Uambetta, the Fiewh republican. The lecturer opened with a graphic description of the uprising against the usurpation of Napoleon in 1S51, the scenes behind tlie barricades, when Boudin fell a martyr to the Ci'iieof free government, and said that at that thai- in the interior of France a little thirteen-year-old boy, the win of an Italian attorney, first became imiiued with the principles that chaYacterized his aftVrlife Mr. Towle dwelt upon young Gambettn's oireer as a law student in Paris as a rollicking, tUitles associate of Bohemians like himself wh -n he spouted in cafes and other places teiminenK of fiery hatred to the empire. He f IceU bed his advancement in his profession when he defended the republican editors who had offended the umpire in their advocacy of a statue to the martyr Boudin. His glowing eloquence on thut occasion made eventhejudges tremble on the lienr-h.and the day after he was the terror of the empire and the delight of the populace. He rap id reviewed the career of the man as a member of the tribune, his services as an organizer of armies, and as supreme dictator. He it was by whue courage, zeal, and cxhaustless euergv Trance was saved from committing suicide. He proved himself iu the hour of his countrv's great er danger the ablest leader France has seen since the days of the first Napoleon. Indeed, the lecturer Faid, Gambetta had more power than Napoleon Bonaparte possessed, and while, owing to his magnetic power over men, he could casllv have won a crown, when peace was made with the Ger mans and France was again tranquil he refused all advancement and was satisfied to take his seat in the Chamber of Deputies. His services as a statesman during the pat few vears and his social habits were referred to at considerable length, and Mr. Towle concluded bv expressing the belief that one day he will be president of the republic of whose foundation he has been the master builder. BERNARD M'CANE. Illy Liboral Iicquehts, X,enTln&r at IIi Death iriiiidrcdM ofTliauuul. Bernard JlcCane, who died inMauayunk. award of Philadelphia, gave away to charities during the put ten years about S2W.IXXJ, and, while confined in hi, illness, gave S"0,(KK) more to charitable in stitutii.us. It linw appears from his will that over ' lnre goes to charity, in fortv bequests. .irmg 111 amount from S3.WJ to $100,000, the latter Miiu fur a new Catholic church in XIanayunk, on tueMteiifthtr present Church of St. John the Baptist, in uhu.li he had long worshiped. Twentv tiiou kanu goes at once for the parish poor, S10,000for the lanx-hul school iu his ward of the city, and ulti mately a much more will full in for the supnort of the pour. He had spent much time in careful in tcMip'ati.mofthe condition of the Catholic chari ties all over the State, so that his money will go whi-rc 11 will do the most good. Mr. McCane wa, eighty yi-ars old. and a native of Dunganuon, .mtj Tjrone. Ireland. who landed in New York hliy-four years ago with SJO0 in his pocket. He reached Kentucky about four months afterward w uh hardly a cent left, and went to work on a farm, lie began raising cattle, and was widelv known as one oftiie prominent business men of "the Missis sippi A alley and a leading Catholic. While a resi dent of Louisville a difference of opinion between himself and Archbishop Wood as to the execution ofla'her Jlulholhuid's will resulted in his expul sion from the church, to which he leftSlOO.OOO; but cher worshiping ten or fifteen years in a German cuurcn he returned to his old parish, and his fu neral t.jok place from there. A FALLEN WOMAN. The Sail End or a Once Brilliant Belle or Society in 311cliicrau. There died at the county poor-house, near Battle l reek. Mich., last week, a woman whose historv posM-sses a melancholy interest. Her name was n ,. Vacliacl Kentz. She was a daughter of John I aimer, of Clarence, who was in c rlier times a prominent citizen and b member of the State Leg islature. She Was a very bright, pretty girl, and m.-red in the best of society. She married a man named K. s Kellogg, who, after living with her for some time, wen to California during the gold ex citement, in the hope of bettering his fortune. During his absence she strayed from the paths of virtue, and when ho returned he found her en cn rite. He caused the arrest of three or four men, ami the case being brought into the Circuit Court, attracted a great deal of attention, as all of the par tes were well knawn and respectable. It was niialh dropped, and Kellogg obtained a divorce and married again. Kachacl then went from bad to worse married a worthless fellow bv the name of Kentz, and finally brought up in the countv P"or-house. Itcmorse so preyed upon her mind jliat she became insane, and for vears has been Wt confined in a cell, until death "has kiudlv re-K-JM-d her from a life of torture here. She "had inuiiy rich relatives, but they have long since dis- ' ned her, and she died n pauper, who had once ' pi-1 the position of a rcignmg belle of beautv in s M-iety. Tlie ?Iain Things Accessary. The time ha come for the citizens of the South t'"isouss public questions without passion and v. ,:uwut epithet. These arc weak, and they never r nuice. The great future before us cannot be iuij.H,ved and our rich country cannot be dcvel-)j-l bj intolerance and narrow views. While wc tiiuld he impatient with incapacity and dishon--'. c should scorn to make cowardice the main .w of our actions. If we take the position iticre is real cause for antagonism between the r-'esin the South, between the South and the th. between the South and the General Govern- I V uVuc arp co'vvan'5- because no such causes ex '" fhe main thifcs necessary are to guard asa.'nst incompetence and dishonesty in ofiice, wi w maintain the' best relations between the rj'es by meting out exact justice to all. "'i the great parties assert their opposition to mempetency and dishonesty in office, and both i ' asMrt t,,eir 'relief that alltheconstitutional uiiciidment.s should be carried out in good faith. J i piam, then, the Southern people only injure "!stive by condoning or countenancing the tJs- i.,iation of them Vielslitrg Herald. 1 Wliat Tlicy Arc Dolnc t;u'' '"-confederate generals are all busy prac- V "i 'he arts of peace. Major-Gencral Manna Ke isa Missouri railway commissioner, and as a ' ; "c?r livei comfortablv in St. Louis on o salary L. ayear- General J. B. Gordon, as counsel wuie Louisville and Nashville Road, gets asal i W5H.000. Major-General F. B. Cheatham has a u u.a!,J5n? fann in Tennessee, and General L. J. 1,"I "as another. General Toombs practices law, ,,, ,u ver' rjch. General Basil Duke is a lawyer hrH?ul , e' and uas fl Rood income; General nuy Johnston is also getting rich in the same r-won in Baltimore. All the sons of Bobert E. iu m e!r,t T are moderately successful farmers lnsi'ln he exception, Custis Lee, succeeded .'7W M President of Washington-Lee IJniver l! f,..iVeaeral Jubal rly is living quietly at r, ,. US ,n comfortable circumstances. General i-mberton has become a resident of Philadel VicUb' 8U mvalid and has written a book on Our rallda(Iler8, Style. K .Tb i,."1--' of a once matrnificent bathinz estab- &'-fipsCi0Vercd over with more than thirty feet of Gi.,ser . ? have beeu discovered by Professor PoTl.nearHerculaueum. From all de simiinrT,:!, ?PPsar to surpass anything of a 'S,ilun!h,,"e0 excavated, either at Her ains n?1.01' fl Ponipeii. The sculptured fount are nr,T.i ,a"ks are of Oriental granite, the floors Lu-.id I,"ored sIniS mosaic, and the walls of the sin-Co orkfC ncll,y adomcd with paintings and UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT. On motion ofMr.B. F.Thurston. Edmund It. Hol llnshead. St. Paul. Minn., was admitted to practice. On motion of Mr. JT. J. Hammond, T. P. 'West moreland, esq, of Atlanta.a., was admitted to prao- No. 517. William S. Hoyt, appellant, -re. Amasa bpragueetal. Argument continued by Mr. Charles Hart and Mr. B. F. Thurston for appellees and by Mr. GeorKe F. ComstocS for appellants. iso. 1006. Edward Bonham et al., appellants, vs. Thomas B. Needles, audito. &c, et al. Submitted by Mr. T. J. Henderson for appellants, and by Mr. George A. Sanders for appellees, under the twentieth rule. No. 1115. The town ofSevenHickory, plaintiff In er ror, vs. G eorge B. Ellery. Submitted by Mr. John M. Palmer for plaintiff in error, and bv Mr. D. T. Mcln tyre for defendant in error, under the twentieth rule. Court adjourned until to day at twelve o'clock. DISTRICT COURTS. Suphksie Court op the District Chief Jus tice Carttek axd Justices Wylie and MeAit "" Knowles vs- Bodge: argued and submitted. United States exrel. McBride vs. Secretary of the In tenor; mandate from the United States Supreme Court Circuit Court, Division No. 2-Justice Hag 5f eb. In consequence of some of the counsel in the case of Poland vs. .aitna Insurance Company having engagements in the United States Supreme Court the trial was adjourned until to-day. Equity Court Justice Cox. Van r.iswick vs. Spalding; time to take testimony limited to twenty live days. Grant vs. F. S. &1 Company; original papers or copies ordered to be produced. Douglass vs. Brent et aL; appearance of absent defendants or dered. Christ iancy vs. Christiancv; time extended for filing answer to cross-bill. Godey vs. Kennedy; on hearing. CitutiXAi, Court Justice Jambs. John and Michael Burke, disorderly conduct ; pleaded guilty, lined fj.30 and costs. Charles Gauter, Sunday bar; forfeiture set aside and case dismissed by the court, the defendant having been pardoned by the District Com missioners. William Clements, indecent exposure; forfeiture set aside. Isaac Cohen, disorderlvconduct; motion to quash information overruled; trial pro ceeded and verdict not guilty. ASSIGNMENTS FOB TO-DAY. Supreme Court of the District Chief-Justice Cartter and Justices Wylie and MacArthur. No. U.Smith vs. AVright. No. IS, Lcmont vs. W. fc G. R. R. Co.: No. 21, Strait vs Strait; No. 24, Scliell vs. Ebert: No. 33. Arm strong vs. Williams: No. H, Embry vs. Hovey; No. 33, McPherson, vs. Lovell; No. 39; Draper vs. Alexander; No. 40, Hurdle vs. Collins: No. JO.Wiesenfeld. Stein Jt Co. vs. Hetzcl; No. 41,McBlair vs. McBIair: No. 43, Jaffray vs. Grant; 43,'2. F. S. fc T. Co. vs. Holden; No. 44, McCormlck V3. F. S. &T. Co.; No. 43, Murray vs. Ager. circuit court. Division No. 2 Justice Hagner. vs. Potomac Ferry Company; No. 213, Neil vs. Heu- ncn; x.0. -jig, colinan vs. Heurich; No. 40C, Bailey vs. District of Columbia. Equity Court Justice James. No.2S,Godev vs. Ken nedy; No. 13,NaiIor vs. Conley; No. 31. Brown vs. District of Columbia; No. 33,Flanagan vs. Snow; No. 3-, McNainara vs. Sheckels; No. :M, McLain vs. Bai ley: No. 37, Thompson vs.Poulson: No. 38. Hawley ys. Davis; No. 3a, Kowe vs. Todd; No. 42, Willett vs. Naylor. Criminal Court Justice James. H. L. Cranford, maintaining a nuisance; plea In abatement to be argued. FINANCE AND COMMERCE. Wall Street Transactions Vcxterday Do mcstlc and t'oreisru Jlarltcts. Special to the Itepubliean. New Yoek, Jan. 13. Money loaned down from 6 to 3 percent., and closed easy at 3 per cent. Exchange was steady at 03JX for long and 09? for short sight. Governments steady forslxes and fives, and,'(J(Js per cent, higher for four-and-a-halfs and fours. State bonds dull and nominal. Railroad bonds active, but irregular. Towards the close Texas Pacific, Rio Grande division, rose to 99JX, fell oft" to D9l, and recov ered to 99) z. Erie consol seconds reacted to 100. Texas Pacific incomes were strong at 73. The stock market opened strong and buoyant, and under heavy purchases entire list advanced. Western Union selling up ti per cent., Atlantic and Pacific 3?, American Union 3,'St. Paul, 5Jf ; Beading, 4, and the remainder of the list ii to 4 per cent, the latter Union Pacific, The speculuation continued firm until late in theafternoon, when a rather free selling movement caused a reaction of Ji to 7 per cent., latter in American Union, West ern Union selling oiT4 per cent.: Atlantic and Pacific, 3)4 ; Beading, l1.,', and St. Paul, 1 per cent. The vol ume of business was extremely large, especially In the telegraph stocks, St. Paul, Erie, Wabash Pacific, and Beading. Transactions aggregated C3S.000 shares, in cluding American Union, 3.000: Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph, 11,000; D. L. feV., 21.000; Delaware and Hudson, 5,000 ; Canada Southern, G.OOO : Central Pacific, 12,000: Erie, 59,000; Hannibal andSt. Jo, 19,000; Kansas and Texas, 10,000 ; Lake Shore, 15,000; Louisville and Nashville. 4,000; New York, 10,000; Nashville and Chattanooga, 15,000: New Jersey Central, 9,000; New York Central, 5.000: Ohio and Mississippi, 12,000; Pacific Mail, 5,000: Beading, 1S.OO0; St. Paul, 62,000; Union Pacific, 97,000; Wabash and Pacific, 42.009: Western Union, 83,000; Chicago, St. Louis and New Orleans. 2.300. The closing quotations were as follows: OOVEBSStEST BONDS. lSSlcoup 101?i New 4s coup 1I3,1 New 5's coup 101 f Pacific ffs of '95, 130 New 4,'4's coup 112; D. C. 3S5s coup.. 10Uf STATE liOXDS. Georgia 6's. ... 109 N. Carolina funding. 12 do. Ts mort....... 109,'J do. sp'l tax 6 do. "'3 gold.. ..115 Tennessee 6's.. ..... 47?f Louisiana consols.... 54 do. new. ... 47 Missouri 6's. . 110 Virginia 6's 31 SU Joseph . 107 do. new. . 31 N. Carolina old 32 do. consol'd... 105 do. new... 20,l do. deferred . 15 STOCKS. Cent'l Pacific bonds. 114J Wr., St. L. fc P., pfd... 83,'f Union firsts mli Hannibal & St. Jo 51 Land Grants. llli do. preferred lOUfi Sinking funds 122M Iron Mountain ... 54 Boston H. & E... S3;i San Fran. & St. L 49 do. guaranteed . 4S do. preferred....... G9JJ Lehigh and Wilks..... 127 1st preferred 100JJ Bock Island 136li Chicago, St L. & Mo 45 Panama 221 Kansas and Texas... 44 Port Wavne. I3PJ Union Pacific 1151; Pittsburg 132'i Central Pacific. 9Gy Illinois Central 125 Texas Pacific. 42!J Chic Bur.&aulncy 178 Northern Pacific. 32?i Chicago and Alton.... 151 'f do. preferred. ..... C3 do. preferred 150 Louisville it Nash.-.. 91 New York Central . 151 Jf Nashville & Chat 6S Harlem.. . 197 Houston fc Texas 70 Lake Shore. 132 Boston air Line. pfd. 4G Canada Southern .. TC'j, Manhattan Elevated 35 Michigan Central 1221 Metropolitan Elev... 10 Erie 50? New York Elevated 125 do. preferred. 'JV Den & Bio Grande- 90 Northwest 127 St. Paul & Omaha... 46 do. preferred 141'i do. preferred 96! St Paul 117? American Union 89 do. preferred 120 Memphis & Charles. 43 Delaware and Lack I12'i Western Union 110. Morriouud Essex..... 121? Atlantic Pac TeL. 40 Delaware & Hud 96 Pacific Mail 5H New Jersey Central. 873 Adams' Express 125 Heading 64U Wells Fargo 112i Ohio fc Mississippi... S9 American . (KJ do. preferred' . 103 United States 53 Chesap--akeAOhio 22J Canton 57 Mobile and Ohio 22 Con. Coal 40 Cleveland Col 95 Quicksilver. 12 (',('. &I.C. 21 do. preferred 5G1 Lake Erie fc West ... .f) Mariposa Land ,' B.C. It AN. 77 do. preferred A. JtTerre Haute 40 Sutro Tunnel l.li do. preferred.. .. 121 Caribon . 3 Wab..St L.ifcPac 47 Central Arizona . 47 Offered. SUB-TREAtTnY hai-ances. Gold $07321,25 Currency $3,732,115 Baltimore General DXarkci. Baltimore. Jan. 13. Cotton firm; middling, 117c. Flour firm, but unchanged; Howard street and West ern super. $3 234 09;do extra, $4 23(3 5 00; do family, $32GO0: City Mills super, S3 35(S,"5 75; do extra $4 25 473; do family, $625650; do Bio brands, Gas; Patapsco family, fT25. Wheat, Southern higher for amber, and steady for red : Western steady and firm: Southern red, $1151 18: do amber. 51 221 23; No. 2 Western winter red, spot and January, $1 17 ? 1 17-; February. 1 18'-1 1SSZ ; March, 1 20' 1 20!. Corn, Southern steady and quiet; Western quiet, but firm; Southern white, 52c; do yellow, 531; AVestern mixed, spot and January, 55(gis3?ic; February, 54 54sc. March, 54(!f-547c. Oats scarce, higher and firm; Western white, 45fe47c: do mixed, 4445c Bye quiet; $100541 02. Hay unchanged: steady; prime to choice Pennsylvania and Maryland, J2l(o.23 per ton. Pro visions firmer, hut without quotable change; mess pork, 1325.1350; bulk meats loose shoulders and elear rib bides, none offering: do packed, 5(i07c; bacon shoulders, 0c; clear rib sides, Sc; hams, 910c l.ard, refined. 9'4C Butter lower, except for very choice, which is firmer: ordinarv to choice Western, packed, 1323c: roll, 18221c. Egss film: fresh. 33 35c: limed. 2527c Petrolcnm nominal: refined, 9?. Cotfee quiet; Bio cargoes, ordinarv to fair, HftMS.'c. Susar .steady: A soft. 9c Wliiskydull f 1 131 14. Freights to Liverpool per steamer quiet; cotton, 3-10 4d.; Hour, 25s. per ton tsacks);e;niin, 8d. Beceipts fiour,2,ls0 barrels: wheat, 37.G9J bushels; corn, 2700 bushels. Shipments wheat, 41,000 bushels; corn. GOO bushels. Sales wheat, 293,003 bushels; corn, 127,130 bushels. NewYorli General Slnrfaet. NEWY0KK.Jau.13. Cotton quiet; sales 404 bales: middlingUplands.il 13-16c: middling Orleans, 12 3-lGc; consolidated net receipts. 18,509 bales; exports to Great Britain, 6,051 bales ; to France, 5,323 bales; to the Continent, 1.G69 bales. Flour, Southern, dull and unchanged; common to fair extra, 475533; good to choice do, $3 40-&675. Wheat unsettled, clos ing shade stronger: trade very moderate; uagraded red, Jl 14l IS1. Corn dull, without important change; ungraded 55(5.57: Oats unsettled, closing shade stronger ; No. 3. 43. Hops firm ; better demand; vearlings choice, 14(?20. Coffee, dull and unchanged: Bio llgillc. Sugar dull: Baliia, 6; fair to good re fining, 7 H-1G7 13-16 : prime, 77 : refined dnll : stand ard A. 9Cg 9'. Molasses, quiet and unchanged; job bing business steady; prices. New Orleans, 35(rt54. Bice fairly active and steady. Bosin quiet; 51 SOl 87. Turpentine steady :47'ie43. Porkdull: nominally un changed: for old export. 13. Middles stronger; long clear 71. Lard opened weak, closed shade highor: strong; $9 27,'. Freights firmer. 'oreisn Stock Market. Loxdok, Jan. 13. The rate of discount in the open market for three months' bills is 31 per cent United States bonds, 4 per cents., fl 17: four-and-a-halfs, fl 15; Erie, 527i New York Central, 1 56; Bead iuk. 31. Pms. Jan. 13. Three per cent rentes, S5f7'cfor theaccount. Exchange on London, 2jf 32'c. Baltluiore Nloek Hoard. Baltimore, Jan. 13. Virginia 6's, deferred, 14; do consolidated, 73; do second series. 27: past due coupons, 90; new lO-JO's.49 : VirginialO-KCs, coupon, 94 bid to-day. DIED. BOSWORTH. On the evening of January 13, Dr. A. L. BoswonTH. in the 39th year of his age. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to at tend the funeral from his late residence. 91S E street northwest, on Saturday, the 15th instant, at 2 o'clock Norwich (N. Y.) papers please copy. CLABK. On Thursday. January 13. 1631, atllo'clock a m., Emily A., wire of Henry H. Clark. In the 66th year of her age, after a long and painful illness. Funeral from her late residence, 22 Eighth street southeast, at 3 o'clock this afternoon. Belatives and friends of tho family are invited to attend. Harrisburg (Pa.) papers please copy. STEELE. Thursday, January 13, 1SS1, Axarin B., wife of the late Franklin Steele. Notice of funeral hereafter. iso. -lis, Poland vs. Hartford Insurance Company: No. 4:a,Poland vs. National Insurance Company; No. 440, Poland vs. Springfield Insurance Companv; No. 1SS. Brazee vs. linesslp ft nl- :Xn- "M. Johnson TCTSTABLISHED IS33. JOHN McDERMOTT & BROS., CABB1AGE MANUFACTURERS, (Steam nsed.l 310 Pennsylvania avenue, near Third streTt west. 'Washington. D. ft Okjbbb and Hard- ness received on storage and sold on commission. Carriages repaired. ":l"u Will' close our SALE of The Select SALES AT 1 0:3 O A. M. AND 7 P. M. (3enf(emen' oob0. F0RKLNEST Made Garments PLACE YOUR OBDEBS "WITH 414 octlO-tf Ninth Street NORTHWEST. 414 Hats for the New Year. GENTLEMEN'S DRESS HATS, OPERA HATS, SEAL CAPS. STIKEMETZ, Hatter, dejSl 1237 Pennsylvania avenue. DECEMBER FDRS DECEMBER FURS. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Seal Skin Garments. SII.IC FUR-LINED GARMENTS. Seal Caps, Mufflers, and Wristlets, Gloves, Carriage Bobes. WELI.ETT & KUOFF, 905 Penna. ave. del3-3m 1850' ESTABLISHED 1850 GEORGE BERGLING, Merchant Tailor, Gents' Ftiriilsliings NO. 1318 F STREET, Near Ebbitt House, Invites attention to an elegant and choice selection of Fall and Winter Goods, and is prepared to make them up iu the Latest Styles at moderate prices. Full line of Gents' Furnishings always on hand. no27-3m Tlebical. D R. BOSWORTH. D18 E STBEET NOTHWEST, Is the mast skillful and the onlv Scientific Medl- ical Electrician ever in this cltv. All nervous and chronic diseases positively cured. Female diseases a specialty. Befers to Senators D. W. Voorhees, Indi ana; J. J. Patterson. South Carolina; Samuel Nor ment, Washington, D. C, and others. Consultation free. A competent and thoroughly qualified lady as sistant to attend to hidies. novH-ly ' EASY" FEET, &c. The wise for health on dally walks depend; hence Dr. White's Establishment, 1416 Pennsylvania avenue, opposite Wlllard's Hotel, is patronized by thousands of well-known personages, among them the highest medical, judicial, political, military, and naval dignitaries of this and represent atives of leading foreign countries. Foot Surgery, Corns, Bad Nails. &c. Fee. 1 per visit. Howland Dental Association, NO. 211 lOUB-AND-A-HALF STREET, Three doors north of Pennsylvania avenue, EX TRACT TEETH UNDER NITROUS OXEDE, with out pain, for Jl each tooth: without gas, 50 cents each tooth. ARTIFICIAL TEETH, 57 per set. Gold and Amalgam FILLINGS inserted. All work warranted first class. Dr. E. P. noWLAND has administered Nitrous Ox alde to over 20.000 persons. )e5-ly financial. MONEY TO LOAN! MONEY TO LOAN ! ! MONEY TO LOAN ! ! ! Wo have in hand funds for Investment on real-estate security at lowest rates of Interest and In sums as desired. Transactions completed promptly. TH0S. J. FISHER & CO., Real Estate Brokers, 1283 F Street N. IV. INVESTMENT SECURITIES. If you want to buy or sell call on H. E. OFFLEY, jaC-tf Cor. Fifteenth and G streets, upstairs. H. D. COOKE, JR., &CO., BANKERS, 1429 jF Street Deposits and discounts; collections made; dealers in Government and investment securities; stocks bought on commission. ja4-lm CHRISTMAN & CO., No. 719 D street northwest, BEAL ESTATE BROKERS. MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS FROM f 100 TO $20,000. dec!3 Mc ONEV LOANED AT 0. 7 AND S PER CENT. ON SATISFACTORY SECURITY. apl-tf JOHN SHERMAN & CO. r7 A T T OT1 FORTUNES MADE IN VV JT.LjS-i O L . STOCKS. $10 TO 10,000 invasieu. i-ronts anu prin cipal guaranteed. Address WARD fcCO., Bankers fc Brokers. 53 Exchange Place. New York. ocISMWF PRIVATE STOCK TELEGRAPH WIRES MmVEES WASHINGTON AND NEW YORK. H. H. BONDS, STOCKS AND INVESTMENT SECURI TIES BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. NO. 539 FIFTEENTH STREET, (Corcoran Building.) AGENCY FOR PRINCE & WHITELY, STOCK BROKERS, Gi BROADWAY, NEW YORK. Every class of securities bought and sold on com mission in San Francisco, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and Washington. Orders executed on the New York Stock Exchange at one-eighth of one per cent, commission. Private and direct tele graph wires to Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Boston, through which orders are executed on the Stock Exchanges in those cities and reported back promptly. Quotations of Stocks and Bonds and in formation regarding the Markets received through our wire every fifteen minutes daily. Orders in Cotton, Grain and Provisions executed with dispatch. de2-3m QSaot cmt oaL AKvTDElrlTIJRS While the majority of people at this season have their notions on the luxuries of life, we should not forget the necessities, such as COAL AND WOOD. Having taken a new departure, I am now prepared to fill all orders for best qualities Anthracite and Bi tuminous Coal, Pine. Oak, and Hickory Wood, In the stick and sawed and split. Thanking all Iriendsfar the liberal patronage to the late firm of J. M. Wheat ley & Co., 1 solicit a continuance of same, guarantee ing to all a prime quality of material, and at a price to compete with any house in the trade. All coal thoroughly screened before leaving the yard. Coal standard, 2,240 pounds to the ton. Sawed and split wood kept under cover. CUMBEBLAND COAL A SPECLVLTY. Telephonic connections. J. M. "WHEATXJEY, Second street, Indiana avenue, and C streetN. W. de2t-lm Coal. Wood. Coal. ARTHUR B. SMITH, (Formerly with W. H. Marlow), nas on liand and constantly receiving the best qual ities of COAL and WOOD. Particular attention given to the delivery of Coal, free from slate or dust. Orders through;mail or telephone promptly filled. Main Office, 1233 Fifth st. n. w.: Branch Yard, 611 New York ave. n. w., (Thomas B. oc3-t5 Penick's old stand). COKE! COKE! COKE! 6 CENTS PER BUSHEL. NOWT IS THE TIMEJTO LAY TN YOUR SUPPLY FOR THE "WINTER. 40 bushels of Coke delivered to any part of Wash ington or Georgetown..... . .... 2 90 25 bushels delivered as above......- 2 00 For sale at the office of the WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 411 and 413 Tenth street northwest, or at GEORGE W. CROPLEY'S DRUG STORE, No. 110 Bridge street. Georgetown. D. C. H. N. BARLOW'S Gallery of Fine Arts. OIL PALNTINGS, ENGRAVLNGS, PHOTOGRAVURES, PHOTOGRAPHS Gold, Velvet, and Black Walnut Frames, All sizes, for Porcelains and Photographs. BEGILDING A SPECIALTY. PICTURES BOXED AND HUNG. PAINTINGS CLEANED AND RESTOBED. deSWm KEEN DODGE, Unredeemed Pledges Goods of Our Stock are yet to be 'TZSarxUb. HELP. A NURSERY GOVERNESS, "WHO IS WILLING to travel; one who has received Kindergarten training preferred. Address, with reference, J. JI. F., 1212 New YorK avenue. Jall-St A GOOD HONEST GIRL, FROM THE AGE OF 15 to 30. to nurse one child: white preferred. Call between the hours of 9 and 12 a. in., at 131 Maryland avenue northeast, corner of Second street. Jal2-3t ACOLOBED GIBt, ABOUT 18YEABS OLD, AS nurse In a private fiunlly. Apply at 418 Second street northwest. Jal2-3t A CANVASSER FOR LIFE TNSURANCE. A liberal compensation will be paid to an active party. Address or inquire of F. H. SMITH, 515 Sev enth street northwest. dell-lm SITUATIONS. BY A SETTLED WOMAN, A PLACE TO WATT on and sew for an invalid or aged person. Ad dress 1-172E street southwest. JaH BY A WHITE WOMAN. WHO IS A FIRST class laundress and cook; no objection to boarding-houses; good reference. Address 2131 K street northwest. JaH A SITUATION BY A COMPETENT MAN AS coachman, or groom, or for anything else that may be needed ; best of references can be given. In quire at JOHN McDEBMOTT & BROTHER'S car rlage manufactory. 310 Pennsylvania avenue, jail A LAD Y DESIRES A PARMANENT POSITION, where hhe can make herself useful and be con sidered as one of tlie family; beat of references given and required. Address Rev. I. L. TOWNSEND, 1118 Corcoran street, Washington, D. C. Jall-3t A WHITE WOMAN, WHO IS A GOOD HOUSE keeper, wishes a situation as a cook In a tlrst class private family or restaurant, or would take cliarge of a laundry; best of reference. Apply corner of Twentieth and L streets northwest. jal.t-3tw A SITUATION AS CO ACTOI AN IN A PBIVATE family by a respectable colored man; best of city reference. Address YOUNG, 1330 E street north west. Jal3-3t BY A GERMAN, UPHOLSTERY. CABINET, OR carriage work.orwould make himself generally useful in a furniture store. Address GERMAN, 17 Congreas street. Georgetown. D. C jat3-3t BY A WHITE MAN, SITUATION AS COACn man in a private familv; the best of references given. Address M-P., Bepublican oflice. Jal3-3t BY A BESPECTABLE WHITE GIBL, A SITUA tion as cook, washer, and ironer in a first-class family; reference will be given If required. 1411 L street northwest. ja!2-3t A SETTLED WOMAN WANTS A SITUATION as cook or nurse in a small family. 1808 E street northwest. Jal2 BY A RESPECTABLE WTIITE GIRL, A SITUA ntion as chambermaid and to make herself use ful. Apply at 13311 street northeast. jal2 A8ITUATI0NIN A DRUGSTOREBY AW'HITE medical student of strictly moral character: references furnished. Address STUDENT, this of fice. Jal2-3t- 3IISCELIiAri'EbrS. BY' DEPARTMENT CLERK AND WIFE, TWO pleasant connecting rooms, second floor, with southern exposure, between Tenth and Fifteenth and K and N streets northwest ; terms moderate, and par ties will be permanent, if plea'cd. Address, with full particulars, A. AGNEW, United States Treasurer's oflice. jal4-3t" AY'OUNG LADY, OCCUPY'ING A HANDSOME suite of rooms northwest, would like as a room mate a lively and agreeable young lady, who Is neat and fastidious ; terms. $20 per month; best references given and required. Address, with real name and res idence, COMFORT. Bepublican oflice. Jal4-3t A GENTLEMAN AND FAMILY, CONSISTING of wife and two children (12 and 7), and another gentleman, desire board in good location, not far from Treasury, in good family; four rooms with water, gas, tc., are needed. Address, stating terms and location, CHARLES W. JOHNSON, Biggs House. Jal2-3t A GOOD SECOND-HAND BILLIABD TABLE, which can be hired by the month; responsible party. Address K. M. B this oflice. Jal2-3t Qrk WANTED URGENTLY' FOR ONE JpiJJ month ; the bonus of 'wO will bo given to any lady or gentleman for the strictly private accom modation, with undoubted security. Address RIGHT, this oflice. ja!2-3t $$?ar flcni R0032S QAQE STREET. NICELY" FURNISHED. COSY OU tJ rooms, third floor, front, cheap; also small rooms, with or without board ; Northern.cooking. Jal4-12t A SUITE OF FURNISHED ROOMS. ON SEC oud floor, suitable for a member of Congress; convenient to four principal hotels and three lines of street railways. Apply at 1202 E street northwest. Jal4-3t "VTEWLY FURNISHED ROOM; PRIVATE FAM LX ily of adults. 1119 Tenth street northwest. jal4-3t " ARGE, FINELY FURNISHED BOOMS ON J first floor; prices low; adjacent to Willard's, RiggS and Ebbitt Houses; grate fire; board, if de sired, at G10 Fourteenth street northwest. jall-Jt -C7-ERY LARGE, HANDSOME ROOMS ON THE parlor floor, with open grates, with or without board: terms moderate 152SI street northwest. JalMl I71LEGANTLY FURNISHED PARLORS AND li bed-rooms, communicating or single; private family, modern conveniences; meals if desired : cars pass tlie door. 'Mr, M street northwest JalS-.".t rpO GENTLEMEN. BOOMS ON FIBST AND SEC JL ond floors, nicely furnished, in house with mod ern improvements. Call at G03 1 street northwest. ja!3-3t JO rooms: front room furnished: heat and rai: nas in middle and back room: bath (hot and cold water) on same floor; "S3; reference exchanged. 907 1 street northwest. jal3-3t TWO HANDSOMELY FURNISHED COMMUNI catlng rooms, with board. Apply at 422 Fifth street northwest. Jal2-3t 'VTICELY FURNISHED, COSY BOOMS FBOM $5 JJ up; also furnished parlors very cheap, with use of a fine piano if desired, at 450 C street northwest. Jal2-3t A LARGE AND PLEASANT WELL FUB nlshed front room, second floor, or. If desired, a suite of rooms; house occupied by a private family; location central, near hotels and Departments: refer ences required ; gentlemen preferred. 819 Thirteenth street. ja!2-3t UNFURNISHED BOOMS.-CENTBAL LOCA tion, private family; references. S13 Eleventh street northwest. jal2-ftt SINGLE OR IN SUITS; EVERY COMFORT OF home, with or without board; good table; terms reasonable. Sua Twelfth street northwest. Jal23t ITIOB RENT A LARGE, PLEASANT ROOM, . with large closet, bay window, and every con venience, on thircLfloor; new house; private family; also hall room adjoining, if desired: gentlemen pre ferred; references exchanged. 1702 F street. JaS-Gt HOUSES. AN ELEGANT RESIDENCE. NEAR McPHER on Square; handsomely furnished; black wal nut furniture, Brussels carpets, 3tc.: ten rooms: ready for occupancy; rent, 3125 per month; rented for resi dence purposes only Apply to N. W. F1TZGER ALD, Room 72 Corcoran building. jal3-3t J' E DROIT PARK. COTTAGES OF SIX AND J eight rooms; all the modern conveniences; north and south front; ?25 to $30. A. L. BARBER & CO.. Le Droit building. ja!3-3t A FIVE-BOOM BRICK HOUSE AND STORE. 519 Tenth street, between E and F streets south west : price. $10 per month ; nice location. Inquire at 1723 Pennsylvania avenue. ja!2-3t TpOR RENT BY B. IL WARNER, 1 on: V 911, F street northwest. C14 17th st n w $100 00 903 T st 8 w 12 00 2fi B st n c 83 33 7th and Pomeroy st 10 00 633E.Canit0lst 467 Mo ave 11437th n w 411 Maple ave 475 Mo ave. 125 Pcnn. ave n w... 1622 Q st n w. 1824 Kith stnw 1701 Cst n w 112.', 13th stnw. 805Hstne 813 10th st n w. 1039 7th stne 1221 9th st n w 602dstG'tn 1319 13th st n w 182113th stnw 2018 10th stnw 1031 4th st n w 1143 7th stnw 1918 1st nw 55 00 50 00 50 00 42 00 40 00 30 00 27 50 25 00 23 00 23 00 20 00 18 00 18 00 1G(X 1S05 Conn ave 12 00 950 Grant ave 1810 20th stnw. 1309 1 st n c... 915 G st s e H13NJave.se. 1113Park Place.... 423 6'i st sw 2067 7th stnw 2055 7th st n w 2061 7th st n w...... 1140 Del ave 1323 1 st n c 12 00 11 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 9 25 900 800 800 600 700 700 1 wnson st COO 15 00 2 Wilson st. 6 00 15 00 15 00 13 00 3 Wilson st GOO 500 BID 2Gih stnw. STORES. .T5 00 20037th St 30 00 200S 7th st 12 50 7W7thHtSW.. 15 00 15 00 10 00 2045 7th st n w 15 00 OFFICE BOOMS in No. 323 and 319 Four-and-a-half street n. w. ; also in 453 Louisiana avenue n. w. Call for weekly Rent-List. TTIOR RENT-CALL AND SKE OUR LIST OF JU property for rent. JOHN SHERMAN & CO., fe3-tf St. Cloud Building. -2B m U$lXXQ$0 cmces. $ O AAA WANTED ATSIX PER CENT. ON lJJJ cood real estate secuntv: interest payable quarterly: nrincinal Davable in one. two. three, four, and five years; no commissions. Address T. I.. 425 Seventh btreet northwest. Jal4-2t A PARTNER WITH CAPITAL. IN A NEWSPA per which is thoroughly established and lias a good circulation in Mexico and South America: no one without capital need answer. Address Post-Oflice Box 253. City. Jall-6t PARTNER IN AN OLD ESTABLISHED PEN sion and patent agency; mut have some ready means, and take the management of the business: to the right party a profitable and permanent business Is offered. Address, for partlculcrs, PATENT AT TORNEY, Republican oflice. jalS-Ct '3B aav Mtt3 PEBSONS VISITING WASHINGTON CAN BE accommodated with rooms and board at 218 B street northwest. jal3-3t THE TREMONT HOUSE offers good rooms, with first-class hotel-board, for f25 and 630 per month; house is well-furnished, heated with steam, and every way desirable. oc22 Kf TABLE boarders can be accommodated at $20 tJ J per month, with the very best of everything the markets afford, at DRIVER Jt SCHOFIELD'rf. 1343 Pennsylvania avenue. aul7-t Q- f REWABD-LOST-ON PENNSYLVANIA tjpXf avenue, between Seventeenth and Eight eenth streets northwest, a pocketbook, containing money and night key. The finder will receive the above reward by returning the eanie to I. P. CRUTCHET, 1S04 H street northwest. jal3-3t on Saturday, M 1105 PENNSYLVANIA AVE $5for atc. HOUSES. A HANDSOMELY' FURNISHED HOUSE. IN excellent location; house for rent and furniture for sale: the bouse Is filled with good-paying boarders, that will remain permanently; furniture very Iittlo U3ed ; will sell at reasonable rates: reason for selling, leaving the city. Address FURNITURE, Republican office. Jal4-3t FOR SALE-CALL AND SEE OUR LIST OF property for sale. JOHN SHERMAN & CO.. St. Cloud Building. Real estate and loans. Jy31 FOR SALE First-class large new house, with mod ern conveniences; 17 rooms, two bath-rooms, wash-room; dry cemented cellar, superior finish, and built for owner by day's work; location healthy and convenient. Address owner or apply at premises. No. 1906 H street. Will rent to private parties. no23-2m MISCELLANEOUS. A HANDSOMELY' DECORATED SET OF CHINA (numbering over 430 pieces), made to order In Sevres, France: reason for selling, party leaving the cityAddrcss CHINA, Republican oflice. Jal4-3t PART OF THE FURNITURE OF AFULLY FUR nlshed house; the owner would reserve rooms for rent of the rest; the house is in a fine location; lias some boarders, who would remain. Address, for three days, Mrs. A. B Republican oflice. Jal4-3t SLEIGHS FOR SALE-FIVE NEW SLEIGH8, cheap, at JOHN SIMMONS sale stables, Twelfth street, near D, northwest, or 122G Ninth street north west Jal2-3t lUNS AND SLEIGH CHEAP.-ONE NEW VX Creedmoor rifle. 75; one double Wesson shot gun, half price: and one set runners for carriage, S3. W. C. DODGE, comer Ninth and G streets north west. de30 FOR SALE. Several second-hnnd Landauletf, new and second-hand Coupe, Coupelets. Coupe Rockaways, and other wlntercarriages. which will be sold cheap ROBT. H. GRAHAM, 410-U6 8th St. n. w. BepairIng promptly attended to. de!4-lm "TTIORSALE-TYPE-A LARGE FONT OF NON JL pareil. In good condition. Will be sold in quan tities to suit purchaser. Address National Rephh licak. dela-tf VTEW SAFE, MADE BY THE CELEBBATED 1 manufacturers, Messrs. Mosier. Bahman Co., Cincinnati. Oliio. Can be seen at this office IjnTted StatesMarshal's Sale. BY'VTBTUE of a writ of fleri facias, Issued out of the clerk's oflice of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, and to me directed. I will sell at public sale, for cash, at Thomas Dowllng's auction store, corner of Eleventh street and Pennsylvania avenue, on THURSDAY, the 20th day of January. 1881, at 10 o'clock a. m., all the right, title, claim, and interest of the defendant In the following described property, to wit : Twenty Directories of the City of Washington for the year 1881, seized and levied upon as the property of Wm. U. Bovd, to satisfy execution No. 13.970 at law, in favor of Eva S. Smith. FRED'K DOUGLASS, jall-dts United States Marshal, District Columbia. ,-Sbome -Supplies. GOLD -MBZDuXj. The first premium was awarded to CEBES, the Celebrated Minnesota Patent-Process Flour, last year, and the first premium, or the above gold medal, again this year, for being tho whitest, the strongest, and the most nutritious flour on exhibition. The millers claim that a barrel of CEBES will turn out forty loaves more bread than any other flour In America. All housekeepers who want snow-white bread, rolls, and biscuits should ask their grocer for CERES, the Champion Flour of the World. WLolesale Depot, corner First st. and Indiana ave WM. M. GAIT & CO. FOR THE HOLIDAYS ! Fresh Nuts of all kinds, Kaisins, Citron, Currants, Dates, &c. ; Fresli Candies, Malaga Grapes, Florida Oranges, all the leading hrands of Champagne, Old Bran dies, "Whiskies, Jamaica Hum, Scotch Whisky, line old Pale Sherry of our own. importation; also a large and fresli stock of first-class Groceries, all of which we are selling as low as any house in the District. "We are agents for Werner's America Extra Dry Champagne, an American wine at low price, quite equal to some of the French wines. Browning & MMeton, 610 PENNA. AVENUE. del7-MWF-lm LIPSCOMB, 421 B Street, corner Fifth. (Capitol Hill), Has just received a fresh stock of fine Teas, Coffees, "Wines, and Liquors, which he Is selling at BOTTOM PBICES. Always on hand all kinds of Produce and Provisions. J83-CALL. ocl-ly JOHN R. KELLY, Dealer In first-class Beef, laml), Veal, Mutton, &c. CORNED BEEF A SPECIALTY". Stalls 028. E9 and 030, Centre Market, Ninth street whig, and 206 and 'JM, Northern Liberty Market, or ad dress Box 71, City Post-Ofllcc. Marketing delivered free of charge to all parts of the city. Jefi-tf TTUST RECEIVED TWO CABS PBAIRIE HAY O and for sale In quantities to suit. A finearticle for bedding; equal if not superior to Rye Straw, and a great deal cheaper. "VV. H. TENNEY fc SONS, Wholesale dealers In Flour, Grain, Hay and Feed. de3-ly Georgetown. D. C. SUGAR DOWN. SUGAR DOWN. 10 lbs. Standard Granulated for. $1 00 105f lbs. Standard "A" for. 1 00 12 lbs. "G" (llghtbrown) for. 1 00 ELl'HONZO YOUNGS, Grocer. 801 Ninth st. N. W., opp. Daily Critic office. (Telephonic connections.) jaS 55n0iraTTce. AVOID LOSS BY FIRE By insuring in the Old and Reliable FIREMEN'S COMPANY, Cliartcred by Congress 1837. Capital, $300,000. Surplus, $125,000. Losses Promptly Paid. Office oyer Bank of Washington. deS-3m National Metropolitan Fire Insurance Co., District of Colnmljia. jal-rtm SAM. CROS3, Secretary. 'TSocici anb -Shoce. deH--''m L,. HEELBRUX'S SZE3ZOIE HOTJSB, No. 402 erenth street, sign of The Old Woman jalO in the window. JOHN H. MITCHELL. VETERINARY HORSESHOER. No. 210 Second street northwest, Washington, D. C. fiSTAll shoes used In the shop of my own make All diseases of the feet promptly attended to. seU- ty . January 15, 1881, EvtSg &i sold, and must & R. COHEN, KIDXKGEX Ishlglily recommended and unsurpassed for "WEAK or FOUIi KJB KEYS, DROPST, GRAVEL, BRIGHT'S DISEASE, LOSS OF ESEItGY, KERVOU5 DEBILITY, or any OBSTRUCTIONS arising from ICIDNEY or BLADDER DIS EASES ; also for BLOOD AND KIDNEY POISONING in infected malarial sections. Bv the distillation ora FOREST LEAF with JUNIPER Berries and BARLEY MALT we have di?covcreii K1DNEGEN, which acts specifically on the Kidneys and Urinary Organs, removing deposits in the bladder and any straining, smarting, heat, or irritation of the water passages, giving them strength, vigor, and caonoe a healthy color and easy flow of urine:. It can be taken at all times, in all climates, without injury to tliesr? tern. Unlike any other preparation for Kidney difficulties, it has a very PLEASANT and AGREEABLK taste and flavor. It contains POSITIVE Dlt'BETIC properties and will NOT NAUSEATE. LADIES especially will like It, and GENTLEMEN wiU find KXDNEGEN the best Tonic Beverage, for its purpose, ever used. 3N0TICE. Each label has the signature of LAWRENCE fc MARTIN, and each bottle has a Gov ernment Revenue Stamp (with our mime), which permits KIDNEGEN to bo sold as a proprietary article (without license) by Druggists, Grocers, and other dealers everywhere. Put up in Quart-Size Bottles for General and Family Use. If not fonnd at your Druggist's or Grocer's, we will send a bottle and pamphlets prepaid to the nearest express-office to you. Price, ?1, or six bottles for $3. LAIRENCE & MAuTIN)SZcsKYrt J. C. ERGOOD & CO., Wholesale Agent, Washington, D. C. A. VOGLER & CO., Baltimore. BvavQlcv iibe. "O ALTTMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. THE MODEL FAST LINEAND THE ONLY LINE BETWEEN THE EAST AND THE WEST-VLY WASHINGTON. Double Track LJaxxevCocpleb! Steel Rails! Schedule to take effect Wednesday, December 1, 1SS0. A. M. LEAVE WASIirNOTON-: tiaO-CHICAGO, CINCINNATI, AND ST. LOUIS . FAST EXPRESS. 5:00 Baltimore, EUIcott City, and Way Stations. t&40-B ALTIMOBE EXPBESS. 6:50 Baltimore, Annapolis, and Way. (Piedmont, Strasburg, Winchester, Hagerstown, and Way, via Relav. 8:10 Point of Rocks and Way Stations. , 8:45-STAUNTON AND VALLEY EXPRESS, (con nects for Hagerstown and at Point of Bocks for Frederick.) 9-.00-NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, AND BOS TON EXPRESS. 19:00 On Sunday ouly, for Baltimore, Annapolis, and Wav 10:00 BALTIMOBE EXPBESS, (stops at Hyattsvllle, College, Beltsvllle, Laurel, Annapolis Junction, Jessup's, and Hanover.) U0-.40-PITTSBUBG, CHICAGO, CINCINNATI, ASD ST. LOUIS EXPRESS. P.M. 12:10 Balttmoro, EUIcott City, Annapolis, and Way Stations. 11:25 On Sundav onlv, for Baltimore and Way. f0- BALTIMORE EXPRESS. 35-NEW YORK, PHILADELPHLt, AND BOS TON EXPRESS. 3:30 Baltimore and Way Stations, (Wlnchestcr.Fred- erick, Hagerstown, and Way, via Relay.) 430-BALTIM&RE, HYATTSVILLE, AND LAU REL EXPRESS, (Frederick, via Relay, stops at Annapolis Junction.) ttli-Point of Rocks, Frederick, Hagerstown, Win chester.and WayStattons. (On Sunday to Point of Bocks and Wav Stations only.) f4:40 Baltimore. Annapolis, and Way Stations. 5:45 PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE EX PRESS, (Martinsburg aud Way, via Relay. Stops at Hyattsvllle and LaureL) 6:0 Point of Rocks and Way Stations. t&4. Baltimore and Way Stations. 7:30-BALTIMOHE AND- LAUREL EXPRESS. t8:50-PlTTSBUBG, CINCINNATI. AND ST. LOUIS EXPRESS. 9:43 BALTIMORE, nYATTSVTLLE, AND LAU REL EXPRESS. tlfcOO-NEW YORK. PHILADELPHIA, AND BOS TON EXPRESS. Sleeping car to New York, and special sleeping car at Philadelphia. tDally. Sundays only. Other trains daily, except Sunday. . , All trains stop at Relay Station. For further Information apply at the Baltimore and Ohio ticket offices, Washington Station, and 613 and 1&"1 Pennsylvania Avenue, corner Fourteenth Street. where orders will be taken for baggage to be checked and received at any point in the city. 1880 T-0REAT 18S0 PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE TO THE NORTH, WEST. AND SOUTHWEST. DOUBLE TRACK. STEEL RAILS, SPLENDID SCENERY. MAGNIFICENT EQUIP MENT. IN EFFECT JANUARY 3. 1331. TRAINS LEAVE WASHINGTON from Depot, cor ner of Sixth and B streets, as follows: For Pittsburg and the West, &00 a. m. daily, with Sleeping Cars to Louisville aud Chicago; lfca) a. m. daily, with Sleeping Car from Harrisburg to Cin cinnati, St. Louis, and Chicago: 9:30 p. m. daily, with Palace Car to Pittsburg. BALTIMORE AND POTOlf AC RAILROAD. For Canandaigua, Bochester, Buffalo. Niagara FallSi with Parlor Car to Watklns and the North, at 8:OJ a. m. dailv, except Sunday: at 9uw p. m. dally, ex cept Saturday, with Palace Cars to Canandaigua and Walking. For Williamsport, Lock Haven, and Elmlra, at 10:30 a. m. dailv except Sunday. For New York and the East, &00. 10:30 a. m., iCO and 10:00 p. m. On Sunday. 2:30 p. m. and 10 p m. Limited Express of Pullman Parlor Cars, 9:30 a. m. dailv, except Sunday. For Brooklvn, New York, all through trains connect at Jersey City with boats of " Brooklyn Annex," affording direct transfer to Fulton street, avoiding double ferriage across New York City. For Philadelphia, &00, 10-.30 a. m., 230, 5:40. and IfcOO p. m. On Sundav, 230 p. m..5:40 and luKW p. m. Limited express, 9-JJ0 a. in. daily, except Sunday. For Baltimore, 6:40. 8.-00. 9:30, 10:30 a. m., and 2:30, 4r". 4:40. 5:40, 930. and 10:00 p. m. On Sunday, 8:00 a. m., 10:30 a. m.. 2!0. 5:40. 9:30. and 10:00 p. m. For Pope's Creek Line, 6:40 a. m. ana 4.40 p. m dally, except Sunday. For Annapolis, 6:40 a. m. and 4.40 p. m. daily, except Sunday. ALEXANDBIA AND FBEDEBICKSBURO RAIL WAY' AND ALEXANDRIA AND WASHING TON RAILROAD. For Alexandria, 7:00, 7:20, 920 a. m., and 11:20 a. m.; 4:20, 50 p. m., 620 p. m., 8:00 and 1130 p.m. On Sundays, 7:00, OiS), and 11:20 a. m., and 8:00 p. m. For Richmond and the South, 7:00 a. m. and IfcOO a. m. dally, and 5:00 p. m. daily, except Sunday. Trains leave Alexandria for Washington 6:00, 8.-03, and and lOrfM a. m., 1:00, 3:00. 5rf, 70, and 9:10p. m., and 12:00 midnight. Sunday at 8:03 and 10:00 a. m., 7:00 and 9:10 p.m. Tickets, information, sleeping and parlor car accom modations can be procured at the offices northeast corner of Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania avenue, and at the station, where orders can be left for the checking of baggage to destination from hotels and L.P. FARMER, General Passenger Agent. FRANK THOMSON. General Manager. -Sbofelsf, WASHINGTON. D. a Army and Navy Headquarters. FOUR IRON FIRE-ESCAPES. TERMS H S3. AND $20 PER DAY'. apt WILLARLVS HOTEL This FAVORITE HOTEL having been thoroughly renovated, painted throughout, and Entirely Refurnished, IS NOW Open for tlie Reception of Guests. BRESLLN & COOKE, ap3-tf Proprietors. NEW YORK AYEMJE HOTEL, CORNER N. Y AVE. AND I4TH ST. BOARD .$150 PER DAY. no3-3m JOHN B. SCOTT. Prop'r. Philadelphia House, WILLIAMS & MEREDITH. - PROPRIETORS. 318 Peimn. Avenue X. IV. de7-ly WORMLEY'S HOTEL, CORNER FIFTEENTH AND H STREETS. First-class In every respect. ST. JAMES HOTEL, ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN. Corner Sixth Street and Pennsylvania Avenue. oclO hc .-Segal 'TSProfessioTT. " 53". E3L ' -wjZZnijs,' " Attorney and Counselor at Law, "Rooms Nos. 11 and 1C, Gunton's Building, 473 Louisiana ave, "Washington. del Mm LAW NOTICE. I hold and can show that Masons arc disqualified to serve on juries in suits by Masons against non-Masons, and when my clients fear Injnry from this source, will take the proper means to prevent such serving. MAURICE LANGHORNE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 603 Pa. ave. (Market Space) n. w., Wa3hingon, D. C. au2S-6m THE EBBITT : be closed out. -SLottd-iee-. THE LITTLE HAVANA COMPANY, OK SUPPLEMENT TO Royal Havana Lottery, Takes place January-15, 1S81, February Lj 1881, February 17, 1881, MarcL 5, 1881, March US, 1881. Desiring to meet the very general demand for low- riced Tickets, we have devised a Supplementary eries of Prizes, nased upon the regular Drawings of the Boyal Havana Lottery, the amount of Prizes la which areas follows: 1 Grand Prize- $SJ . Lota BOS do. do. do. do. 2 Prizes of 5200 each 5 Prizes of 100 each.. 100 Prizes of 20 each 403 09 COfl 320 SCO 640 Prizes of 5 each- 250 Prizes of 2 each- Q A nnrnrimf(Hnnjnf3n(l(vi(.li tnthaQ ponfitninw units of oame 10 as tho one drawing the H2W 2 Approximations of 0 each to the number 153 preceding and following the one drawinr l,000 40 1,011 Prizes .U. S. Currency, $1S9 In the supplement.as in the ordinary, there are 23 JXJB tickets, numbered from 1 to 25,000. The same number that draws the capital prize In the ordinary drawing of the Royal Havana Lottery draws tne capital priio iu the supplement. So, too, with the second and third capital and all other prizes above named. The2") prizes of -J2 each will be determined by tho two terminal units of the number drawing the capital prize. Tlie tickets in the Supplement are sold at the uni form price. WHOLES. ?1: ILYLVES.50 CENTS. Frizes paid iu full in United States currency Imme diately on presentation of ticket. JOHN W. CLARK. 309 G street northwest, or 1422 Pennsylvania Avcnufl, Washington. D. C. FOR INFORMATION CONCERNING LOUISIANA STATE LOTTKRT and COMMONWEALTH KENTUCKY DISTRIBU TION COMPANY apply to J. W. CLARK, 399 G street northwest, or 1422 Pennsylvania avenna. Janl9-lm IStrxbevialievs. HENRY LEE'S SONS, 332 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE N. W. t..i. nm 30J Pennsylvania avenue s. e. Branch Offices, 43 j Mi ;ild avenue s. w. m& W. R. SPEARE, 910 E Street Northwest, Everything strictly first class and on the most reft sonable terms. felo (&bitcaiioTxal. SCHOOL OF MUSIC, 707 Eighth street northwest. Rates $150 a month and upward. Experience teachers in Piano, Voice, Organ, fec. Free exerclMt. Church organ. . oca National Academy of Fine Arts, FOR LADD53 AND GENTLEMEN. The most thorough Instruction In every department of Art, from the Preparatory Coursa to Portrait and Historical Painting. The Science of Art willbemyda so clear and simple that years of study will be s&TM the student. CORCORAN BUILDING, FIFTEENTH STRHEX seSO-tf Spencerian Business College, COR. OF SEVENTH AND L STS. N. W. This institution has a progressive and successful ex perience of sixteen years. It educates young mea and women for usefulness and self-support. Its grad uates secure positions of trust and profit. Course dt study and training comprises the English Language Business Arithmetic, Spencerian Practical Penman, ship; Bookkeeping by single and double entry.adapted to every variety of business; Business Practice, rfr quiring the making out and exchanging of all kinds of business papers, paying and receiving cash and keeping the accounts; Elocution and Lectures. Day and Evening Sessions begin MONDAY, AUGUST Si 18S0. For information and terms call at the College or address HENRY C. SPENCER. PrinclpaL aulJ T ESSONS .ET ELOCUTION BY EDWARD C. TOWNSEND, AT NO. 1115 NINTH ST. N. W. Mr. Townsend can be engaged for Readings at a moderate charge. d294f ,econ)-v$bcmi (jaoi)0. "ITecond-hand CLOTHING, BOOTS AM) SHOES. Persons wishing to dispose of the above nrticles will do well to call at M. WALSKY'S, 001 D street, corner of Ninth street northwest. As I do my own cleaning and repairing, I therefore can and will pay from 25 to 40 per cent, higher than any dealer In this city. ,83"0rders by mail promptly attended to 001 D. cor. Otlu M. WALSK Y. 901 D, cor. Sth. UJ1WI Old Wine and Old Friends ABE KNOWN AS THE BEST: so is JUSTHS OLD STAND known for years as the only place where iirst-class second-hand clothing can be sold at respectable Prices. Address or call at JUSTH'S OLD STAND, No. '.619 D Street northwest, or Branch Store. No. 40S Ninth Street, northwest. N. B. Note sent by mail promptly attended to. PEMCERIAN or the Very Best European Make, end unrivaled fw j leziuiuiy, uaraaicu'j, ana JJSei I Uvenr.csi of point. j JIEAL SWAN QUILL ACTION. tin SO .Numbers. A complete Saajlo Card, for trial, by mzil on receipt of 25 cents. Ivison, Blakem an, Taylor & Qo 13S and 140 Grand Street, Now ITorfe. delOP '7iciTTos arxb rtjarr. Elegant 7 and S-Stop Organs, or Superb Tone and Finish, and mad by the Be Makers in the Country, for ONLY ISO, npon Easy Monthly Payments, At sid-sky T. xianio'S, deI6-3m 433 SevcntU Street 3.W. KEICHEXBACH'S Piauo and Organ Warerooms, 423 Eleventh st., above Penna. ave. Acencv for WM. KNABE & COS CELKBRATED ael&ax PIANOS.