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WILMINGTON, N. C.
SHIPPERS, NOTICE.

OF

CUSHINGS & BAILEY,

NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY.

On and after September 13th, 1868, trains will leave Booksellers and Stationers, BALTIMORE AND SOUTHERN STEAM TRAN:

as follows: PORTATION COMPANY

8.30 A. M.-MAIL daily (except Sundays) for the West Composed of the steamships

and North to Buffalo and Niagara Falls. 262 BALTIMORE STREET, LUCILLE.......

.Harrington, Commander.

y (except Sundays) for the JAMES A, GARY... ......... Hall, Commander.

West and North to Williamsport.
OPPOSITE HANOVER STREET,

1° These steamers form a regular weekly line, sailing 17 00 P

mers form a regular weekly line, sailing 7.00 P. M.--Daily (except Sundays) for the West. from Corner's wharf,(foot of Frederick street ) EVERY 11.00 P. M.-Daily for the West. North to Buffalo,

SATURDAY. Through Bills Lading given in connecThe Largest and Best Assorted Stock in the City

Rochester, Niagara Falls and the Canadas. tion with the Manchester and Weldon Railroads and TRAINS FOR' WESTERN MARYLAND ROAD at Cape Fear Steamboat Company. Freights taken at 8.30 A. M. and 3.30 and 5.25 P. M. reduced rates.

TRAINS FOR HANOVER AND GETTYSBURG at SCHOOL, LAW, MEDICAL, DENTAL, CLASSI. For freight engagements apply to

8.30 A. M. and 12 M.

ANDREWS & Co., General Agents,
CAL AND MISCELLANEOUS

TRAINS FOR CUMBERLAND VALLEY ROAD at 73 Smith's wharf,

8.30 A, M. and 12 M.
Agents in Wilmington,
BOOKS,

ATKINSON & SHEPPERSON.

ACCOMMODATION TRAINS. 3.30 P. M.-FOR YORK daily (except Sundays.).

5.25 P. M.-FOR PARKTON daily (except Sunday GENERAL BANK AND COUNTING-HOUSE Powhatan Steamboat Company.

TRAINS ARRIVE IN BALTIMORE.

FROM THE WEST AND NORTH-1.15, 6.30 and 11.20
STATIONERY
THE OLD GRAND TRUNK LINE for VIR-

A. M. and 5.45 P. M.
GINIA, the CAROLINAS and TENNESSEE.

Parkton Accommodation-8.20 A, M.
of all kinds.

York Accommodation-10.15 A. M.
Leaves Baltimore, 90 Light street wharf, TUESDAYS.
BLANK BOOKS MADE TO ORDER IN ANY STYLE THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS, at 3 o'clock, P. M.

For Tickets to all points North and West, apply at
Calvert Station.

ED, S. YOUNG,
Connects at Petersburg with railways of unbroken
OF BINDING AND RULING.

General Passenger Agent.
guage for all points in the Carolinas, Raleigh, Wil-
mington, Charlotte and Columbia. At Richmond

J. M. DUBARRY, General Sup't. with Richmond and Danville and Chesa pea e and MT. VERNON Hotel,

THE
Ohio Railroads, and James River and Kanawha Canal
for all points on those Lines. Through Bills Lading

BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. 81 Monument street, Baltimore." and guaranteed rates to destination. Mark through

goods via Powhatan Steamers. Fare to Petersburg ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, 13th Sept., 1868, three Elegantly Furnished, with unsurpassed Cuisine. and Richmond only $2.00. Fine Staterooms, &c.

Udaily Trains will be run between Baltimore and
On the European Plan.
Office 90 Light street wharf.

Wheeling and Parkersburg, as follows:

J. BRANDT, JR., President. MAIL TRAIN, for all way points, will leave BaltiD. P. MORGAN.

more daily (except Sunday) at 8.45 A.M. FAST LINE NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE TRANSPOR-|

will leave daily (including Sunday) at 5.00 P. M. EX

PRESS TRAIN will leave daily (except Saturday) at TATION LINE. NEW HOUSE FURNISHING STORE.

9.45 P. M. These trains connect at Bellaire and ParINLAND LINE-VIA CANALS.

kersburg for all points West, Southwest and NorthSAMUEL CHILD & CO.,

Boats leave Pratt street Wharf, Baltimore, daily at 4 west.

P. M., for New York. For freight, apply to J. ALEX. WINCHESTER ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves No. 20 NORTH CHARLES ST.,

SHRIVER, Agent, No. 3 Lightstreet wharf, Baltimore; Baltimore, daily, at 4.00 P. M.(except Sunday.) Leaves IMPORTERS OF FRENCH AND ENGLISH WM. DALŽELL, Agent, Pier 7 North river, New York. Winchester for Baltimore, daily (Sundays excepted)

at 5.00 A. M. Connecting at Frederick Junction with Porcelain and White Granite Ware,

train for Frederick, and at Hagerston Junction with Foreign and American Table Glass Ware,

THE BALTIMORE GAS MACHINE

train for Hagerstown.

The ELLICOTT'S MILLS TRAIN leaves Baltimore Pearl, Ivory and Common CUTLERY,

at 6.40 and 10 A. M., and 3.30 P. M. Returning, PLATED GOODS, TIN, WOODEN and JAPANNED

leaves Ellicott's Mills at 7.30 and 11.10 A. M., and WARE,

2.30 and 6.30 P. M.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,

First Pre-
Received the

FOR HAGERSTOWN.

Leave Baltimore at 8.45 A. M, and 4.00 P.M., connectmium at the

21st Annual

ing at Hagerstown Junction with Washington County NEO. W. WEBB & Co.,

Exhibition

of the Ma

Railroad, arriving in Hagerstown at 2.45 and 9.20 P. M. COR. BALTIMORE AND LIGHT STREETS,

Returning, leave Hagerstown at 5.10 and 11.00 A, M.,

arriving in Baltimore at 10.25 A. M. and 4.45 P. M..

tute Fair,

ryland Insti Have just received, per steamer Baltimore, a full

FOR WINCHESTER. stock of Elegant

Baltimore,

Maryland.

Leave Baltimore at 8.45 A.M. and 4.00 P.M., arriving

in Winchester at 2.55 and 9.35 P. M. Returning, leave PEARL FANS, for Wedding Presents,

Winchester at 5.00 and 10.35 A. M., arriving in Balti

more at 10.25 A. M, and 4.45 P. M. OPERA GLASSES, BRONZE AND MARBLE CLOCKS,

FOR WASHINGTON. (Patents for 1866 and 1867 consolidated.)

Leave Baltimore at 3.45, 7.00, 8.35 and 11.00 A, M., and PARIS CRYSTAL VASES, &c.

For supplying Dwellings, Schools, etc., in the Coun- | 1.30, 4.30 and 8.30 P. M. try, with a Brilliant, Uniform and steady Light.

FROM WASHINGTON FOR BALTIMORE. CYANFIELD, BRO. & co.,

The Light is perfectly free from all objectionable | Leave Washington at 7.00, 8.00 and 9.30 A. M., and
229 BALTIMORE STREET, Baltimore,
features, no heat being used in its manufacture.

12.30, 2.40, 5.40, 7.30 and 8.40 P. M.
Manufactured by
AULT & MCAVOY,

FOR ANNAPOLIS.
Importers and Dealers in

32 N. Calvert
pors north of Lexington,

Leave Baltimore at 7.00 A. M. and 4.30 P. M.; leave WATCHES, FINE JEWELRY, DIAMONDS, PEARLS [P. O. Box 1147.)

Baltimore. Ma. I Washington at 7.00 A. M. and 4.20 P. M. Trains leave AND PRECIOUS STONES, SILVER WARE, SIL

Annapolis at 6.30 A, M. and 3.45 P. M. VER PLATED GOODS, a large Stock; TABLE

SUNDAY TRAINS. CUTLERY, CLOCKS, BRONZES, FANCY

PATAPSCO GUANO COMPANY. Leave Baltimore for Washington at 3.45 and 8.4 GOODS in every variety.

M., and 4.30 and 8.25 P. M. Leave Washington at 8.00 Agents for the WALTHAM AMERICAN WATCHES. A MI

LA MMONIATED SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE, A. M., and 4.20, 5.40 and 8.30 P. M.
Manufactured under the supervision of

For further information, Tickets of every kind, etc

DR. G. A. LIEBIG, Chemist, TOSHUA REGESTER & SONS,

apply to J. T. ENGLAND,'Agent, Camden Station, or Warranted equal in quality to any fertilizer. It is BALTIMORE BELL AND BRASS WORKS,

at the Ticket Omice.

JOHN L. WILSON, superior to Peruvian Guano in its effect upon Crops,

Master of Transportatio 53 and 55 Holliday Street. and is a permanent improver of the soil.

L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent.
BELLS OF ALL SIZES

Communications addressed to
CONSTANTY ON HAND.

- HORATIO E. BERRY, Secretary, Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore

No. 65 South street, cor, of Pratt'st., Baltimore.
Material of Plumbers and Steam Fitters,
Price $60 per ton. A liberal discount allowed to dealers.

RAILROAD. or the best assortment, also on hand.

APECIALITIES to be found at the HOUSE FUR-COMMENCING on SUNDAY, September 13th, 1888, AGENTS WANTED.

NISHING STORE of

U Passenger Trains will leave President Street De$75 to 8200 per month!

pot as follows, viz.:

J. SETH HOPKINS & Co., Or a Commission from which twice that amount can

Way Mail Train for Philadelphia and Way Stations be made by selling the latest improved COMMON

210 Baltimore St.,

at 7.25 A. M. This train connects at New Castle JuncSENSE FAMILY SEWING MACHINE, price $18.00. Patent BREAD CUTTERS; St. Germain's Study ortion with train for all Stations on the Delaware RailFor Circulars and Terms address

Office LAMPS; Patent MEAT CUTTERS; Patent road. C. BOWERS & CO., COAL SIFTERS; COAL VASES and HODS: Carved Express Train for Philadelphia and New York at 320 South Third Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Walnut BRACKETS; FIRE IRONS; STANDARS; 9.35 A. M., connecting at Perryville with the train for

FENDERS, etc.: Improved French Dressing for La- | Port Deposit. L. BRAUNS & co.,

dies' SHOES: Chamber and Toilet SETTS. in great Express Train for Philadelphia and New York at variety. CHINA and GLASS WARE of every de 2.25 P. M. Connecting at Wilmington with Trains for

scription, and all kinds of HOUSEKEEPING AR- / Stations on Delaware Railroad between Wilmington General Commission and Tobacco Merchants, TICLES as cheap as any House in the country.

and Harrington,

Accommodation Train for Port Deposit and inter8. E. COR. LOMBARD AND CHEAPSIDE, DOLTON BROTHERS,

mediate Stations at 5 P. M.
DEALERS IN

Express Train for Philadelphia at 7.25 P.M., connect-
Baltimore.
GLASS, OILS AND PAINTS,

ing at Wilmington with the Express Train to the N'AVAL STORES.

principal Stations on the Delaware Railroad, daily FINE PRINTING AT LOW PRICES. ALCOHOL, SPERM, COAL AND MACHINERY except Saturday.

OILS, LAMPS, SIGNAL LANTERNS, &c.

Express Train for New York at 10.40 P. M. 82 and 84 W. PRATT STREET,

All the above Trains leave daily, except Sundays.
LB. ROSE & co.,
Between Gay and Commerce street, Baltimore.

ON SUNDAYS.
EXTENSIVE

For Philadelphia at 7.25 P. M. and New York at 10.40 JOB & NEWSPAPER PRINTERS, D.

D. R. WATSON,

LENNOX BIRCKHEAD. P. M.
CATSON & BIRCKHEAD,

Through Tickets may be procured either at Presle No. 5 SOUTH CALVERT ST., BALTIMORE.

REAL ESTATE BROKERS, dent Street Depot, or at Tícket Office, No. 125 Balti. No. 33 St. Paul Street,

more street. Every description of Letter Press Printing executed

BALTIMORE, MD.

Persons purchasing Tickets at Baltimore street Of neatly and expeditiously at low cash rates. Agents for Buy, sell and lease REAL ESTATE on commission. fice, can have their Baggage checked at their residence PATENT TAGS and SHIPPING CARDS, with and with LOANS negotiated. COLLECTIONS promptly made, by Union Transfer Company. out strings. and Estates carefully attended to.

WM. CRAWFORD, Agent.

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F. S. WINSTON, - - - President. W. G. Harrisoen.

R. H. GRIFFIN & CO.,

MERCHANTS AND MECHANICS

FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY (R. H. GRIFFIN, formerly of South Carolina.)

OF BALTIMORE. ADVERTISING BUREAU,

Office-Marble Building, 44 Second street.

Insures PROPERTY of all descriptions against LOSS FOR SOUTHERN AND WESTERN NEWSPAPERS

or DAMAGE by FIRE

PERPETUAL POLICIES issued on Dwellings, Ware

houses and Public Buildings. NO. 117 WEST BALTIMORE STREET,

N. P. CAMPBELL, President.

WM, F. BURNS, Vice-President.
CORNER SOUTH,

DIRECTORS:
Room No. 3.
Baltimore.

John J. Wight,

Charles M. Dougherty, Joseph H. Rieman

Robert T. Baldwin, TAdvertisements inserted in all Newspapers of

Horatio L. Whitridge, Wm, Pinkney Whyte, the South and West, at Publishers lowest prices

Joseph C. Whitney, Wm, F. Burns,
James H. Milliken, Wm. R. Seevers,
Daniel J. Foley,

Dr. John F. Monmonier, TTOUS E-FURNISHING HARDWARE, Etc.

George W. Webb,

Wm. Henry Baldwin,

John M. Stevenson, Wm. T. Markland, CORTLAN & Co.,

Henry W.Jenkins,

Benj. F. Cator. 216 AND 218 BALTIMORE STREET,

ISAAC WILLIAMS, Secretary. IVORY IIANDLE CUTLERY,

DALTIMORE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,

D

OF NEW YORK.
COMMON CUTLERY,

(Established upwards of half a century,)

S. W. CORNER SOUTH AND WATER STREETS.
FAMILY HARDWARE,
PARIAN STATUARY,

INSURES AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE

In city or country, on the various descriptions of PLATED GOODS,

property. Also issues PERPETUAL POLICIES, FRENCH AND ENGLISH CHINA,

BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
GLASS AND QUEENSWARE,

J. I. COHEN, JR., President.
BRONZES, CLOCKS, VASES,

Wm. G. Harrison,

Henry Carroll, George R. Vickers,

Richard S. Stewart, BUREAU AND TOILET SETS,

Francis W. Alricks,

Wm, H. Brune, DINNER AND TEA SETS,

David S. Wilson,

Herman Von Kapit, Josias Pennington,

T. Robert Jenkins, FANCY GOODS,

Joshua I. Cohen,

C. Morton Stewart,

B. F. Newcomer, Brushes, Mats, Block and Common Tin Ware,

Francis T. King,
Japanned Wares,

Orville Horwitz,
Tea Trays and Waiters,

FREDERICK WOODWORTH, Sec'y.
Kitchen Utensils, and

CASH ASSETS, over........................$28,000,000
Housekeeping Articles,

SSOCIATED FIREMEN'S INSURANCE CO.,

Office No. 4 SOUTH STREET.- Open Daily for the OF EVERY KIND AND VARIETY.

Insurance of all descriptions of Property, in or out of the The largest stock in the country, unequalled in qual Invested in Loans on Bond and Mortgage, City.

THOMAS J. FLACK, President. ity, newness, style and cheapness.

DIRECTORS:
CORTLAN & CO.,
and United States Stocks.

And. A. Hack, N. Walker,

J. B. George, Sr., Importers and Manufacturers of

J. C. Wheedon, Allen Paine,

Francis Burns, HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS.

James Young, Jas. Getty,

Lancaster Onld,

R. C. Mason, Samuel Kirk, Alex. Rieman, CHARLES FISHER,

Jacob Trust, T. J. Flack,

Wm. Shamburg.

JOHN DUKEHART, Secretary. · Manufacturer and Dealer in

CLOTHING STOVES, TIN WARE, &C.. | Issues every approved description of

FOR FALL AND WINTER. 92 N. GAY ST., opp. Harrison St.,

LIFE AND ENDOWMENT POLICIES
BALTIMORE.

MEN'S, BOYS' and CHILDREN'S SUITS.

FALL OVERCOATS at $7, $8, $9, $10, $12 and 314.
On selected Lives, at moderate rates, returning all

CUSTOM DEPARTMENT.
The celebrated EXCELSIOR COOK STOVES and
MORNING GLORY STOVES kept constantly.

Surplus annually to the Policy-holders, to be used

| Fine CLOTHS, CASSIMERS and VESTINGS to Offers a large stock for sale at Reduced Prices. Please

select from for measure. call before purchasing. either in payment of Premiums, or to purchase

NOAH WALKER & CO.,

WASHINGTON BUILDING, H. POLLOCK, additional Insurance, at the option of the assured.

105 and 167 West Baltimore street. PHOTOGRAPHER,

WALTER CROOK, JR., No. 44 LEXINGTON STREET,

No. 220 WEST BALTIMORE STREET,

0. F. BRESEE, Between Charles and St. Paul sts.

(TILL keeps the Finest as well as the Cheapest

Thoroughly Assorted Stock of
EDWARD BIRD,

GENERAL AGENT,
Importer, Jobber and Retailer of

UPHOLSTERY GOODS, WINDOW SHADES, &c. BRITISH, FRENCH, AND AMERICAN

No. 21 South Street.

Makes to Order all Kinds of
DRY GOODS,

CURTAINS,
PROF. F. DONALDSON,

DECORATIONS,
And Manufacturer of LADIES' CLOAKS, &c.
213 BALTIMORE STREET,

SUPERIOR MATTRESSES, Medical Examiner.

BEDDING, etc.
Baltimore.
NEO W. WEBB & Co.,

C G. de GARMENDIA,
Marine and Fire Insurance.
CORNER OF
BALTIMORE AND LIGHT STREETS,
ERCHANTS' MUTUAL INSURANCE COM.

SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, Invite the attention of purchasers to their large and

PANY OF BALTIMORE,

IMPORTER OF
elegant stock of

Wines,
CHARTERED 1846.

Brandies,
Diamonds and other Rich Jewelry,

and Marine Insurance in All its Branches. SILVER WARE, ARTISTIC BRONZES, CLOCKS,

Havana Segars.
and VASES,
GEO. B. COALE, ALLEN A. CHAPMAN,

AGENT FOR
SELECTED PERSONALLY IN EUROPE.

Secretary.

President

CHAS. FARRÉ'S CHAMPAGNE, Agents for the Celebrated Patek, Phillpipe & Co.

58 EXCHANGE PLACE.

For Maryland, District of Columbia, Virginia, North WATCHES.

GEO, B. COALE,

and South Carolina. CENTS WILL BUY A CENTURY WRITING

Fire Insurance Agent and Broker.

43 WEST LOMBARD STREET, CASE, containing 6 Sheets Commercial Note

BALTIMORE Paper. 6 Envelopes do. 6 Sheets Ladies' Fine Gilt 6

183 Envelopes, do. 2 Indestructible Pens, 1 Pen Holder, 1 Lead Pencil, 12 Motto Seals, a guaranteed Receipt for Manufacturer of and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in

THE BEST PLACE

TO GET A
Rheumatism (Ingredients purchased at any Drug
Store); also, an Article of Utility and Fancy, to suit
FANCY FURS,

SEWING MACHINE

Where all kinds are sold; where the Agent 15 both sexes. Sent by mail on receipt of price and three

| interested in any special machines. red stamps, or 0. O. D. by Express.

183 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, 9 $100 U.S. Money Packed Daily in these Cases.

One door east of Light st.,

Machines rented, repaired, and exchanged at. AGENTS WANTED-SEND FOR CIRCULAR,

BALTIMORE, MD,

78 West Baltimore street, near Gay:1 H. H, WOOLDRIDGE & CO., Cincinnati, o.1 Shipping Furs Bought-Repairing and Allering done. 'All kinds of Machine Needles can be ordered by

F. W. WILDS,

CUSHINGS & BAILEY,

ERICAN WALTHAM WATCHES. THE ATTENTION OF PERSONS DESIRING

1 to invest money in a safe and remunerative manWHOLESALE AND RETAIL

non OF THESE WATCHES are now speak

sneakner is invited to the facilities offered by the

230,ing for themselves in the pockets of the Monumental Permanent Building and Land Society, BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS, people-a proof and a guarantee of their superiority,

which is now in successful operation, under a liberal and furnishing the best reason for their great popu- charter from the State, and officered by well-known No. 262 BALTIMORE STREET,

larity, and justifying the preference uniformly shown
OPPOSITE HANOVER,
them by the public.

The par value of shares, $400 each, may be paid up

in full at once, or in weekly instalments of $1 each. Baltimore,

AN EXPERIENCE of nearly fifteen years has fur The funds are invested by loans upon mortgage on Are prepared to offer Goods in their line, at prices A nished the AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY the Real or Leasehold property for from one to ten years,

at the rate of six per cent., with a bonus additional, that will compare favorably with those of any other opportunity of thoroughly testing all really valuable

| making in all a return of nearly nine per cent. market.

inventions in Watchmaking; and it being the sole The security, ample in itself, is made doubly good Their Stock of SCHOOL, LAW, MEDICAL, and aim of the Company to produce Watches which as by the weekly repayment of PRINCIPAL, INTEREST, and

BONUS, which, with other weekly receipts, are loaned MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS is large and well selected. time-keepers would bear comparison with the very

in the same manner. Thus the funds are compounded A large and varied assortment of

best made anywhere, they now confidently assert that (weekly) again and again to the great gain of the SoFOREIGN AND AMERICAN STATIONERY the WALTHAM WATCHES have every improvement ciety.

No salaries are paid; no money kept idle. can always be found at their establishment. which time and experience have proved valuable.

The owner of one house borrows with it for security They keep constantly on hand a full supply of

MHE AMERICAN WATCH CO. desire specially to I to build another, the rent of which will pay his dues. BLANK BOOKS

The Builder of his first house borrows while building. I remark that having had the refusal of all the con

receiving safe instalments until the house is erected. of different styles and of their own manufacture.

trivances designed to prevent damage to the train by having previously given bond against Liens. Having a Bindery connected with their Store, they l. the breakage of mainsprings,

The Society has had no suits, no default. The earnare, at all times, able, at short notice, to fill orders for

ings for the first year will probably justify a cash divBlank Books, ruled to any pattern, or of any desired

FOGG'S PATENT CENTER-PINION idend of 25 per cent.
I was adopted for that purpose as the best, and faultless.fident that we are aiding in the improvement of thie

We have abundant applications for money, and constyle of Binding. Orders, received by mail, will meet with prompt

City, we wish to increase our facilities still more. WALTHAM WATCHES are now supplied with attention.

Shares may be withdrawn at any time without loss. W Patent DUST-PROOF CAPS, protecting the and Borrowers may obtain a Release of Mortgage 10 You are requested to call and examine our Stock

movement from dust, and greatly lessening the ne-when desired, upon payment of the amount remainand Prices before purchasing elsewhere.

ing due, and a Release fee of $1 per share. cessity of frequent cleaning, &c.; an improvement of Eertificates of paid up shares (8400) bear dividend DUBLISHED THIS MORNING :

very great value to watch-wearers whose watches are interest from their dates, and where weekly payments T MODERN WOMEN AND WHAT IS SAID OF exposed to rough usage and constant wear.

have been made, dividends are paid upon the amounts THEM.

subscribed, properly averaged for the year. A reprint of a series of articles in the Saturday Re

MHE DIFFERENT GRADES OF WALTHAM Dues are received at the office, corner Second street view. With an introduction by

I WATCHES have frequently been submitted to the and Postoffice avenue, daily, between the hours of 9 and MRS. LUCIA GILBERT CALHOUN.

14, where the Board of Directors meet on THURSDAY severest tests to determine their time-keeping quali- | EVENING of each week CONTENTS:. Introduction. Ambitious Wives.

ties, and have invariably been found thoroughly reli For further information inquire of the following The Girl of the Period. Platonic Women. able and accurate, receiving the strongest endorse

OFFICERS:
Foolish Virgins.
Man and his Master.

ments from railway engineers, conductors and ex- | JOHN T. FORD. President: IR. B. STARKE, Sec'y. Little Women.

The Goose and the GanPinchbeck.

der.

pressmen, the most exacting class of watch-wearers-HEN'Y DUVALL, V. Prest. ISAAC M. DENSON, Tr. Feminine Affectations. Engagements. and a USAGE OF FIFTEEN YEARS HAS SUFFICIENTLY

DIRECTORS:
Ideal Women.

Woman in Orders.
Woman and the World. Woman and her Critics.
PROVED THEIR DURABILITY,

JOHN T. FORD,

HENRY DUVALL, Unequal Marriages. Mistress & Maid on Dress | THERE ARE MANY KINDS, GRADES, SIZES,

WALLACE KING

LUTHER J. COX, JR., Husband Hunting. and Undress.

BERNARD GILPI

JAMES L. DORSEY, Perils of "Paying Atten Æsthetic Woman. 1 and Descriptions of Watches made by the WALT-1POIN ALTURY

HENRY T. GOVER, tion."

What is Woman's Work? HAM COMPANY, adapted to the tastes and means of BERNARD HOUGH, GEORGE COLTON. Women's Heroines. Papal Woman. all classes; but the Company's written guaranty ac

JOHN D. QUINCY, JAMES H, HOPKINS. Interference. .

Modern Mothers,
Plain Girls.

JOHN M. CARTER, Solicitor.
Priesthood of Woman.

companies every Watch that bears the Company's
A W ord for Female Van- | The Future of Woman. name, and should be required of every seller.
ity.
Costume and its Morals. I No Watches retailed by the Company.

SERVICE AFLOAT . The Abuse of Match-Mak La Femme Passée, ing. The Fading Flower.

ROBBINS & APPLETON, Agents,
Feminine Influence.

IN THE
Pretty Preachers.

No. 182 Broadway, N. Y.
Pigeons.

Spoilt Women.
In one vol., 12mo., handsomely printed and bound

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TO ENERGETIC MEN and WOMEN a rare chance In addition to the regular course of instruction, None of the pains and injuries, resulting from the

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HOLLIDAY ST. THEATRE.

VM, KNABE & Co.,

MANUFACTURERS OF
GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT

PIANO FORTES.

J. H. GROVESTEEN,
Founder of the old and Favorably-known House of

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STAGE MANAGER....................MR. THOS. A. HALL

THE GRAND BALLET.

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Have Romoved to their
Was ever anything like it?-
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NEW WAREROOMS,
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ness throughout the entire scale. Their A living labyrinth rare to behold.

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is pliant and elastic, and entirely free from thestiffness
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The great increase in the demand for our PIANOSimple and complex, all at a glance;

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FORTES throughout the country have compelled us Half a reality-half an illusion, they are unexcelled, using none but the very best SEA

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SONED MATERIAL, the large capital employed in our their former size, and having added many
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New Improvements in Manufacturing,
AT

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COTTACE
MR. MAX STRAKOSCH begs to announce two 168
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BURTON & IRV. umphs, of the renowned American Prima Donna,

Miss CLARA LOUISE KELLOGG,
On MONDAY and TUESDAY, December 7th and 8th. 168

168 WEST BALTIMORE STREET.
In order to make these entertainments the most
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ager has engaged the eminent Piana Virtuoso,

168 M'LLE ELIDA TOPP,

168 Who, in conjunction with SIGNOR LÓTTI, Primo Te-1188

GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. nore; SIGNOR PETRILLI, Primo Baritone, and HERR 168 KOPTA, Solo Violinist, will assist MISS KELLOGG at these Concerts.

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NOTES OF THE WEEK.

129 changes in the Naturalization Laws, to which we and it is scarcely probable that it will deprive the EDITORIAL ARTICLES:

130 recently called the attention of our readers. Senate of much addition to its aggregated wisDisfranchisement... The President's Message.

More than one ambitious Republican has been dom. But it is an event of some importance conThe Ladies' Club... The Historical Society's Art Exhibition.

swift to present his scheme for restricting the sidered in connection with the grounds upon Spielhagen.....

privileges which the wise policy of our legislation which the refusal was based. Although a reconREVIEWS: IIappy Thoughts.....

has extended to the foreigner, from the founda- structed State, with a full representation in the CORRESPONDENCE: The Virginia Judiciary Again............. 134 tion of the Government.

lower House, it seems to be the opinion of a large The Bledsoe-Stephens Controversy...

majority of the Senate, that Georgia has not CONTRIBUTED: Academy of Music (Second Concert)-Kellogg-..

Of the various financial schemes, as indicated passed from Congressional control. In other Alida Topp........

............134 in resolutions and ill-digested bills, it is too soon words, that there can be reached no point in its HAMMER AND ANVIL. A Novel by Friedrich Spielhagen. Chapters I-II.

............135 to speak. The practical business mind of the future history, when, under the plea of maintainPOETRY:

country has, thus far, shown itself unequal to dealing "the supremacy of loyal men," it may not The Maiden's Oracle.

with the difficulties which belong to the questions be denied all right to select its own representaNEWS SUMMARY: Foreign

138 of finance and currency; and it is scarcely to be tion in Congress, and be forced to accept such Domestic THE MARKETS.

supposed that their consideration will be ap- Senators and Representatives as Congress may

=proached with greater success by the politicians prescribe. This view appears to have received THE STATESMAN will be mailed to Subscribers

and partisans, who occupy the places of our de- the sanction of the Republican Senators, generout of Town, and furnished to Newsdealers in the

parted statesmen, but have inherited neither their ally; and it is but another indication of the facility City every Friday evening : Subscription price

| patriotism nor their ability. We must leave, with which Radicalism abandons its own conThree Dollars per annum-payabie in advance. Persons residing in the city can be served by Car-aer

therefore, to another day, the particular examina-struction of its own measures, whenever a new the Office, or at the rate of tion of the various projects which will be intro- purpose may render it expedient to do so. The Thirty Cents per month, payable to the Carriers. duced into Congress. We trust, however, that claim that Congress shall have perpetual power

Books intended for Review should be sent in a subject of such eminent importance will finally to guarantee the supremacy of " loval men” in early in the Week to receive prompt notice. Ad-be determined with reference to the legitimate the Southern States, includes within it, of course, vertisements must be left at the Office on or before demands of the business community, uninfluenced the antecedent power to declare who are loyal"'Thursday, otherwise they will be too late for inser-by the crude theories of empirical financiers, or and thus we will very easily drift towards another tion in that Week's paper.

the intrigues of stock-jobbers and speculators. Constitutional amendment, to which we have hereApplications from Persons desiring to act as Agents or Oenonesorsroooived at the Office. Com

tofore adverted, as actually proposed, by which

A proposition indicative of the persistent ultra- the "Nationality of the Republic shall be promunications should be addressed to THE STATESMAN,

ism which can be taught wisdom or moderation claimed and the power distinctly conferred upon No. 162 Baltimore Street,

by no experience, however terrible its lessons, is the Nation and as distinctly withdrawn from the Baltimore.

that of a Senator to furnish arms to the loyall States—to determine who shall have places in the

militia of North and South Carolina, Georgia, National councils. Notes of the Week. Florida, Alabama, Louisiana and Arkansas. These arms are to be employed in maintaining the au

The latest intelligence from Spain is by no The opening days of the third session of the thority of the so-called Governors and enforcing Fortieth Congress give little assurance to that the Reconstruction Acts. This is a fitting Radi

means satisfactory to those who hoped that the

establishment of liberal and stable institutions class of optimists who have believed in the peace cal commentary upon the fearful intelligence re

would speedily follow a Revolution which had and good feeling which it was promised would centi; telegraphed from the last-named State. A succeed the election of General Grant. What- l band of Governor Clayton's loval militia marched been marked with so few incidents or events likely

to enkindle animosities among the people. The ever calmness and moderation may be exhibited into a town in Sevier county, commenced an in

accord and unity which distinguished its early by the President elect, when invested with Ex-discriminate attack upon its defenceless inhabi-acco ecutive power, are certainly unheralded by the tants, shot down a number of them, and finally,

stages, seem to have lasted so long only as all

classes were animated by the common purpose to spirit which marks the majority in Congress upon selecting three of the oldest citizens, most noted its re-assemblage after the close of a successful for their respectability, led them out and brutally

throw off the Bourbon yoke. Since its successful canvass. Indeed, conjecture as to the policy of shot them in cold blood. It would seem to be one acco

ono accomplishment, dissensions have arisen which the incoming administration, if based upon Con- of the first duties of the American Senate to utter

seriously complicate all questions relating to the gressional indications, must be limited to the an- its indignant rebuke of such a crime against civil- orga

civil, organization of a permanent Government. So far ticipation of no other change in the political con- ization and humanity. Yet with no word of dis- as one o

dis. as one can gather the truth from the varied acdition of our country, save that which will be sent, it receives and refers to a committee a prop-co

counts, the impatience of the people is stimulated effected by concurrent Executive and Legislative osition which means nothing more or less than;

by the Radical Republicans, who demand that action in the accomplishment of the most extreme that the United States Government shall place in

ce in elections shall be immediately held, expecting that of Radical purposes.

the hands of what is styled the loyal militia of the

militin of their results will be favorable to the success of six other Southern States the means by which

hich their own schemes. The caution and prudence The proposed Amendment to the Constitution, may be repeated, within their borders, the terri

which interpose delay, are based upon very natuof which we lately spoke, by which negro suffrage ble tragedy which has filled an Arkansas village

ral doubts as to the adaptation of a pure Republic shall be enforced in all the States, has already with terror and gloom.

to the present condition of the Spanish people. been introduced. So readily has this proposition

The experiences of other nations might well sugbeen accepted, as a new article in the Republican The refusal to admit Mr. Hill, of Georgia, gest the propriety of grave deliberation upon this creed, that there seems to have been a contest to a seat in the Senate, is a matter of little conse- point; and the recent disturbances, which show among members to whom should belong the honor quence in itself. His absence will impose very the existence of both Agrarian and Jacobinical of its initiation. And so in regard to the slight injury upon the State he seeks to represent, tendencies, do not promise well for the future of

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