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N.arly tim thouaand copies of the Repub
lican are oiroulstf.d oon the floating popula
tion every day.besldes thelargo numher.emd
to regular lubsorlbers. Adversers will take
GoiKRNiicsT Hospital for ths Insjnb,
Mar1 Washington, D. U
October 15, 1801.
At a mee'lng of Ihe Board of Visitors, held
-this day at the UosplUI, lie following pream
ble and resolution, ottered by Dr. John B.
Ulako, wero unanimously approved; and It was
directed that they bo included In llio roco d nl
the proceedings at that meeting, and that tho
Secretary transmit a copy of them to Major
Whoreas It hai this day come to tho knowl
edge and under the observation of the Board
that the publio roads belonging to the United
Slatos leading from the navy yard bridge, on
the right towards the hospital, and on the lofi
towards Good Hope, are being widened, graded,
and graveled, and provided with gutters and
substantial stone and brick culverts, and that
tho work is being done In an ample, thorough,
uinl durablo manner
Be tl resohed, 1 h.it our thanks aro duo and
are herobv offaradllMjorB. B. French", Commls
slonor of PubllcrTjtildlng, fur the onterprlso
and liberal vlewsvdlapl.iyod In the improve
ments nftho publio roads belonging to the Uni
ted BtVeionthis side of ihe Anacostla, now go
ing forward, which will, when finished, do much
credit to the Oovornmotund the officer under
whose auspices they were conducted, and bo
a great and lasting convenience to the Import
ant Institution under our supervision.
C. II. Nichols,
Superintendent and Kt Officio
Secretary of the Hoard.
Present at tho meeting referred to: Itev.l'.l).
tJutley, D. D., Present of tho Boird; William
Whelan, M, D , U. H. N.J Root. O. Wood, M. P..
U. 8. A.; Uenry Addison, Eq ; John B. Blake, Mi
D. Absent: Benjamin H. liohrer, M. D.j Jacob
Gideon, Esq ; Richard Wallach, Esq.
Netting of tut) 1'uljllo School Trustees.
Messrs. Ironsides, Miller, and Walsh, pro
sented complete reports from tho first, second
and third district tsnhooK
Dr. Ironsides suggested that the President
select announce at the next meeting of the
Board the standing commlttoos ; which in
Mr. Miller suggested that these committees
lie over until tne remaining vacanoies now oc
curring tn the Board be filled.
Mr. Miller said, as there was no business at
present before the Board, he desired to offer
Resolved, That one night school be opened In
eaob or the districts, to ne oontiuueu until tho
first of Ma ch. 18G2, In pursuance of appro
priations for salaries and contingent expenses
alreadv made by the city council. Parsed.
Dr. Marbaugh moved that tbo compensation
to be paid to the teachers, for tho uight sohoolj,
be forty dollars per month. Agreed to.
Dr. Ironsides moved that tho Board proceed
to an election for the night teachers, and he
would therefore nominate as teaoher for school
of the first distriot. Agreed to.
Mr. F.8. Walsh nomlnalod for, (who was elect
ed to) the third district Bohool, Mr. M. W. Ma
Upon nomination of Mesirs. Miller and Hoi
mend, Mr. T. M. Wilson far tho seoond, and Mr.
J. E. Thompson for the fourth districts, were
eleoted as teachora for the same.
On motion of Dr. Ironsides, Dr. F. B. Walsh
was elected President pro tern
Af er the transaction of some further unim
portant business, ths Board adjourned.
s i .
A Cutting Case.
A number of sailors, all muoh Intoxicated,
got into a fracas about ten o'clock on Thursd ty
night, near the corner of A street north and
Becond street east, during which one of them,
named Wm. Morrison, received several vcrv
severe cuts from a knife, on his arm, supposed
to hate been tnllioted by James Hurley. The
Utter managed to get away at the time, but
was arrested in the navy yard yesterday by
Roundsman Mlddletnn, and taken before Jttstli e
McKenna, who committed him to jail to answer
at court. The cuts received by Morrison are
of a very ugly character, aud may oocaslon him
the loss of bis arm.
f King's National Circus.
A special daylight entertainment will be
given this afternoon, at 2 o'clook, for tho ho
oommodatlon of ladles and children. Mr. Mel
ville and his lightning sprite. Master Willie, will
appear. Also, Miss Elolse, Mile. Marie, Old Dan
Gardiner, and the ontlre troupe. On Monday,
Mr. Thomas King and Mile. Virginia will per
form, and anumhor of the new members of
the troupe will make tholrflrst bows In Wash
ington. The associate manager, Mr. C. Scott,
Informs us that tho real Ella Ziyarawill short
ly perform tn tho arena of the National, A
better company than the present one has never
before been witnessed In the city, and we doubt
if anywhero else.
The Ucmstni f Colonel Daker
Loft this city, on Thursday, by a speolal oar
provided by the War Department. Messrs.
Charles E. Drew and E. M. Itanium, of Oregon,
M. E. Flanigan, of San Francisco, an I W. II.
Wall.ioo, of Washington Territory, aoted as the
oommlttee In obarge of thn remains, and will
accompany them to New York, whenoe they
will he Disced on board a steamor for Califor
nia. The body was laid in state Thursday, In
Independence Hall, Philadelphia, and reached
New York vesterdar. It will be received ard
carried to the City Hull under a large military
escort, aud, on to-day, will be exposed to pub
He view. On Monday it will be placed on the
California steamer, in charge of Well, Fargo,
& Co.'s Express, and will also be acoompanled
by Mr. Drew.
Dentin of Molillers.
The following soldiers died yesterday:
Johu T. Tyler, oompany C, Fiftieth New York
regiment. In camp.
Adam Blen, battery E, Pennsylvania lieserie
Corps, at the Eruptive Hospital.
V. M. Smith, company K, Fourth Pennsjlva
nia volunteers, at the Seminary.
Uustavus Hilbur, company 0, First Micblgin
rifles, at Camp Union.
John Jones, companv A, Thlr y-slxth Penn
sylvania regiment, at Nottingham, Md.
Uranil Uull In the I'aor-Ilouse.
A large oompany. of many of the most fash
ionable ladlos and geullcmou of Ihe Federal
Metropolis woro jiru.-oi.t at a grand entertain
ment given In tho Washington poor-house,
night before last, by the officers of Colonel
Emory's Sixth cavalry, stationed in that vicln
ity. Among others present was Dr. W. II Rus
sell, the correspondent of tho London rime.
It was a very iiloasnt affair throughout, the
daoolng being kept up till near daylight.
Concert fur the Poor.
We boar that the Saint Vlnoent de Paul ro
cleties of this city have united to glvo a con
cert for the poor of the city now under their
charge. It is to oome off at tho Smithsonian
Institution on the IStb Instant. The programme
has not yot been arranged, but tho servicos of
several of tho olty choirs, as well as one of the
best military bauds now hore, have beon so
oured for the occasion. It will doubtloss bo
well patronized, as It deserves to be.
Circuit Court, Yesteiilfty. (
Samuel 1). Linn vs. Francis Oross; verdict for
plaintiff, with damages at $1)7.92.
R (1. Thrift us.J A. Rowland; verdlol for plain
tiff, with damages at $82 19.
In the case of Charles Vlerm,int)i. Columbus
Aloxandor, the Jury had not returned a verdict
when the court adjournod.
The Mllltla Muater.
Tbo general muster of all tho uillllli belong
ing to this city, takes plaue at ten o'clock on
Monday morning. It Is reported that the offi
cers charged with tho enforcement of the order
ot parade are determined to enforce it to the
letter a faot whloh will probably have the
effect to bring out the Ilomo Guard In full
" . I I. -J-. 1 LJl.l II i
A Hard-hearted Woman.
We are informed that while Offloer Beall was
on his beat about sunset yesterday, he discov
ered a real oaso of distress, in which a Mrs. P.
M., who owns a small tenement tn that delect
able locality known ns "Goat Alley," forcibly
elected a poor white woman, with ber three
children, who were then suffering with whoop.
Ingoougli, by pltohlng lior "little all" in the
street, locking the door, and barricading the
windows, so that they oouldnot ro-ontor, there
by exposing the sick children to the inclem
ency of the weather. Tho poor woman begged
for a few hours to procure other quarters, but
this was denied. We understand that tho only
complaint was some arrears of rent. The offi
cer protested against the Illegal proceedings,
and threatened to takd them all to the magis
trate's office, but during his tempnray absence
the heroine, who might -have done well In a
better cause, absented nerscir.
Changing their Quarters.
A good deal of chango Is being made In
several of the Departments. Some time slnro
the offlco of the Fourth Auditor of the Trea
sury was changed from the Navy Department
to the fourth floor of tbo Winder Building. Tho
third floor of said building is to bn occupied by
officials of the Quartermaster General's De
partment, and the office of the Seoond Auditor
Is tn be In Corcoran's building. Tho Paymts
ter fleneri-1's offlco Is also to he looatod In tho
Corooran building. The office of the First
Auditor is to be removed to the Treasury
huildlnz. and the rooms to be nocupled aro
those which formerly constituted tho office of
tno secretary oi mo treasury.
Abusing 111 Family.
Officer Beall, yesterday afternoon, arrested
Rnzler, who resides In Gnat Alley, on the
charee of being drunk and disorderly, and
abusing his family. He was taken before Ju-
tico Barnaclo, who committed him to the work,
house for sixty days.
Charge of Thtr ,
Marv Jones was yesterday arrested by de
teotive Allen, on a charge of having stolen S3
from Anna Keller. She was taken berore Jus
lice Donn, who, after hearing the evidence In
the case, concluded that there was not suf
Sclent evidence to sustain the charge, and
therefor dlsmtssea tno case.
Another Typo Kmuraces matrimony.
A popular foreman In the press dfp.irt-
mont oi ine uovernmoni rrinuoK uniou w is
united in marriage, on Thursday last, to Miss
Brossto sorlvener, tno ceremony ueing per
formed by the Uev.FalliorHaguire. too nap
py pair are now on their bridal tour.
Mr. Robert Hudgkln, an employee In the
Patent Office, while orosstng at the oorner ul
Tenth and H streets, was knocked down and
run over by a drunken soldier, yesterday
morning, and severely Injured In the knees aud
At tho last meeting of Washington Royal Arch
Chapter, No. 10, tho following officers wero
elected for tho ensuing year : William G. Park
hurst, M. E. High Prlost; Chm. L. Aloxander,
E. King: George H. Brown, E. Sorlhe; II. B
Noble, Treasurer: 0. R. Thompson, Secretary.
Nelson Callahan, a teamster, fell and was run
over by a wagon on Pennsylvania avenue, night
before last, sustaining a very painful Injury In
ono of his thighs. He was taken to the wagon
oamp north of tbe olty, where bis injuries were
properly attended to.
M. I. Franklin,
Ontlclnn to the President and to the military
Htaffr. keens constautlv on hand the best as
sortment of first-class Field and Naval Glasses,
selling them at the lowest Eastern prices, im
proved Pebble and Perlscoplo Spectacles ale
suited by him. correctly for evory eyesight.
His establishment Is 211 Pennsylvania aeuue,
between Twelfth and Thirteenth streets,
oct 18 eiodlm
The Cry la, Still the- Cume 1
And all we can hear l, ' War I wnrl war I"
But, for my part. I am tired ot the old itory of wur
But, oh, I Sirs Brown, bate you heard the vert
latestnewnr No. Why. SMITH, No 480Sevenlb
street, has Just rcceleed a new (ttk of FALL
CL.OTHINO ef every description, and he oiler to
ell Hum at such low prices They say he has s
knack ol selling his goods at lower rates thuu tin
other stores llosr be does it, I do not know But
for my part, I can assure you, Mrs Brown, that hi
can fit out your boa with nice CLOTIIIN i at re
narkably low prloei I 4rle all to call at
SMITH'S, No 4B0 Seventh ttreet, opraxlte Post
Omce, aud look at his New Stock, and they will be
oonvtnced that wbat Mrs Jones said, Is so.
aug 80 8m
AattNTS CAN MAKK
"- Ten Dollars a Day
BEI.LIMJ LUlYll'a MILITAKV MAI" AM) UAZtTttli Oh
T11U 80LTUMIN KTtThS,
s feet tqutre, colored JO cents;
TuWUBArUKMI. MAP OK VtnOlMIA,
6 feet square, (the only imp u cd by Gen McClcl-
Ian,) coored tl,
Mif OK MISSOURI,
a feet square, colored i6 cents,
BAIUtOAI) MAP OK AMK.I1ICA,
cjloied "5 oents.
Bent to sny address, po-it piid, on receipt of priCJ.
Agents, Sutlers, and the trade, supplied at pub
J AS WALLACE, fo'e Agent,
6(3 Pennsylvania avenue,
novo 3w Wnshlogtou, t. C
GKNTL.tvMK.N'S SCARF PINS,
AND GENTLEMAN'S SI EEVE
BUTTONS, STUDS, o
A Urge aisortment of all the newer styles of the
above just received
M. W Q ALT Ai liKO., Jewellers,
f&t Fenneylvanla avenue,
4 doors we9t of ltrown's Hotel
nov 9 3t Star
I'KISCK UkOROE'S OoCSTT,Md.
This ioslliution 1 again In a flouibhlng condlilon
Young gent(emen are prepared for cebege or auy
ThsSicoiid Quarter will commence November
18ih,and hy makli g early application. two or inree
more Hoarders and Day Pupils can bi accomuio
Ternv For Foaidors 113) ntr anrum. exclusive
of tuition, uay I'upils trom ino u per quarter
novo 3i Frol. J. FILL, i'rlncipil
BUAUOINO A number of Gentlemen
and Ladles can be accommodated with pleuinl
boardiuf; at the home No 415 E stieet, between
I'luh-li and Ninth, tnrmerlv creuhlcd bv Mrs
KltKfotd, as a young ladles lemluary. Al-n, a
number or uuie Doataers can oe acoommtoaieu.
nov 8 lm
"DOAItDINU-IIOCSK KOIl 8ALR. A File
arse Uoirdlc? hou-e.on the corner of I'elin
Rvlvanla aven ue andNIn th street, containln ir twenty
two rooms The house Is veil furnished. and will te
soldckcap Ikere are some thirty boarders now In
the house Appl
ply toMrs.sroif, on the premises
nov v it
EW INVKNTIUN OF Altl'IFICIAl.
CHKUI'LttHlIU UUKtt 111.111,
without metal plate or el taps, by
lTl. S. B. SIOESMOND
vie Uroadway, New York; aud 260 l'enna. minut;
OCl latll BUU IU SIB , HUillll""! v. ,
Calls the attention of the public to the following
.j-.-iuoaynf lilii Imnrnved svatent!
t .. ti,- ttti ol hts manufacture will never corro-le
nor change color bv any acids, and are three mirths
ligntir man any .iiier.
2d No teeth or roots need be extraotid, as the
artificial onejean ne iuenea ov.r tiitin
3d The roots will be midi iiioffenslvo and nerer
to ache . .
j.ii Vn iim-nM- ictli r- nefiiled. as eermaoent
oitioan be made immediately, thereby preserTlng
ihe natural ex pre etun of .he Uce, which, uodcr the
old p)ilm,b Inquectly dittUured
Mh Thfa wm.lui h-.n fnllv tctetl. for OY(T five
yrara. by many or the 11 rat Chemists and Phyiiclani
ui inis ana me oia country.
l)r H hai ali invented a white Irde.tructlb.e
metal HIIIok wlih whloh th id on .enRatlse teeth can
be tilled without paiu, and can buildup a perfect
seui.d 1 ooi 1 1 on auy side roots, uliiih will lail
througn 1 uietime
He refrn to thi following gentlemen Dr V Mot
Dr LormiuH, I'rofesjior of Chemistry, Hon A
Mann, Juu , Capt Orabtnc, Vice Ptesldent of the
Emigration Co of New York, Hon Judge Wayne,
of the Supreme Court, of Washington, 0 C. , and
thouHnd4 of olhere.
Call and examine for youiseWee. nov 8 em
From Fortress Monroe.
HEWS 0F THE NAVAL EXPEDITION. ,
WRECK OF TWO TRANSPORTS 017 Tim
COAST OF NORTH CAROLINA.
The Fleet Bombarding Port
Fortress Monroe, November 7, IBM. By a
ling of truce, just arrived from Norfolk, wo
have news of the Unltod States (loot, but thn
accounts are provokingly meagre, at the only
person who came down whs. bound, by his pa
role, to reveal no particulars.
The steamor Union, with a cargo of horses
and stores, and another transport, whoso name
Is not given, were lost, during the gale, one on
Kill-Devi! Shoal, and tho oilier on Ungues' Boach.
on the coast of North Carolina. The crows of
both vossels, seventy-three In number, woro
made prisoners, and had arrived at Raleigh,
North Carolina. It Is not known whothnr any
were lost. But fifteen horses were saved.
The exocutlve officer of thoMlnnesotnstates,
upon Information received by tho flag, that the
fleet was bombarding Port Royal, and that they
wero meeting with a warm reception, the reb
els having, for some time, been preparing for
them. The above news reached Norfolk, to
day, by telegraph.
The stoamer tiDauldlne left last evenlnz for
Hatteras Inlet, with a oirgo of oommlssary
stores. It is probable that morn of tbo troops
there will return In her. It Is understood hero
that Hatteras Inlet Is doomed of too much im
portance to bo abandoned, and Bhould any of
iiih troops mere return, iue posi win oo uccu
pled by a lamer force.
The reported resignation of General Wool is
news at Old Point.
The gunboat Montlcello will loava for tho
blockade off Wllmlncton in a few dars.
General Phelps states that tho rebels are
holder and more numerous than ever netr
rCBTUIB FBOM TUB FLKXT.
Passengers by the steamer from Fortress
Monroe state that the gentleman who oame uu
dor the flag of truoe trom Norfolk reuresents tho
greatest exoltement to bo prevailing through
out the South In relation to tbe expedition. The
reports and rumors were very contradictory,
but were not deomed favorahlo by the Confed
erates. A dispatch had been received at Nor
folk a short time prior to his departure, tn the
effeot that Commodore Tatnall was In command
of the rebel defences at Port Royal, ami that
tho Federal voxels h id made an entrance and
had landed troops at Boaulort.
Tho bombardmeut betweeu thn Federal ves
sels and tho land defeuces was progresslugwlth
great vigor, but with no definite result. One
of the Federal vessels bad been disabled and
had drawn off, when another Immediately tor k
Beauiort, at which the landing Is said to hao
taken place, Is fourteen tulles fiom tbe en
trance of the harbor, aod Is approachable hy
Inland streams In various directions hy lipid
The authorities at Norfolk were very anxioui
that little or nothing should be disclosed of tbo
rumors afloat, which may he regarded as a
favorablo. milcallou of the character oi tho
information they bad received.
The vcseU wrecked on tho North Carolina
coast are, said to ba tho Union and the Eipros,
both small transports, principally laden with
horses and forage. From tbo taut that tbo
fleet had commenced operations, it is evident
that It was not crippled by the storm to any
Important frpra Missouri.
BAITLLi AT BELMONT.
The Ilebtt Camp Destroyed, and
alt their Cannon, Mlaggaze,
MIorses, etc., Captured t
C'uro, Nov. 7. The exiediiluii under Grn
erals Graut and MoCleriiand, irom'thls point,
yesterday, landad at llelmont. Mo., three miles
abovo Columbus, Ky., (whiuh is on the oppo
site bank of tho Mississippi rivur,) at 8 o'clock
In the morning, to tho number of 11,500 men.
Our troops engaged tho rebels, who wore about
7,000 strong, at 11 o clock, ttie battle lasting
until sundown, when the rebels were driven
from their entrenchments across tho river, with
great loss. .
Their oamp was burned, and their stores,
with all their bagtage, cannon, horses, mules,
&o., and one hundred prisoners, fell Into our
bands. Subsequent1)', our troops lellnd to
their steamers, as the enemy received rein
forcements trom Columbps.
Colonel Dougherty, of Illinois, was wou-idod
and taken prisoner. ,
The rebel loss is not known, but must bo ery
The Federal loss Is from three to ivo bundled
In kll'ed, wounded, and missing.
Holla, Mo., Nov. 7. (Correspondence of the
St. Louis Democrat.) Captain Stevens, who
left Springfield on Tuesday morning, has
reached hore, and reports that on IiiomIi)
morning our pickets were to bo extended bn
yor.d the old battle ground at Wilson's Crook,
the advanee guard of the enemy having re
treated from that point.
Their advauue guard at that point numbered
seven thousand five hundred strong.
Southern Mail Items via Lonlsvillo
iouistJlUf, November 7, 1601. Lute Southern
pspors 8a tliut the stenmer ThoudorH h td nr
rived at SiViinntiU with h vrIii.iUIo c,i go nf
coffee, Hmmuniliin, hAltpotro, sulphur, mid
email arms. Tho Theodora lnouglit, an p.tx
sengors, Mr, Moiul, oi-MltilHtur to l)niil, mid
Ctptaln S. J. Short, tif the Ililtlsli nmy, who
h.ii tonderod his bervices to the rebel (iovern
ment. Colonel Tilulimrfll has been Hppointri!, bv ihe
rebels, brigadier general, and buporseilos ()"ii
oral Alaw in command at Hnk!ihWllt'. '.
Senator Benjamin lias boon form, illy Hppiinini
Seoretary ot War.
The vote for President and Vice President nl
the rebel States, on tho Oth Inntant, It .is ex
pected, would be small. It was thought thai
U.ivih und btepheus Mould encounter little op
position. , i
Western War News.
Kansas City, November 7, 1801. A pitrlj 1 1
120 FoderaliMS have been inado prisoueM at
Little Santa Fa, Missouri, by 600 rebels.
BRUM, rnizF.fi wtorjoiiT into ruvitLiiios
REI'OKTKD t'AI'TUHE Oh' TIIK bLMTI.n.
Louisville, November 7. Tho fullouing ud li
tlon.il Items of Southern news hvvo been ob
tained: An armed Confederate steamor brought lit"
Charleston tho brig Betsy Ann Wolls, ot M.iiiip;
Mlohael, Tonnessee, and six othei vtsiels :is
The privateer Sttmtor Is said to hao been
captured on tho leewaid of IUrb.idc es.
Wlgfall has boon mado a brigadier and It n
ham it major general ot tho rebel arm.
It is stated In ltlohmond that 510 vessels have
run the Southern blookade sinco tho loth ol
Tha Little Uock (Arkansas) Oaiette s.ij 8 hi Ion
Borland has been appoii.ted a brlgidior gen
eral. TUB WAB IN KE.NTL'CKV ZOLLICOFKtlt KA1.I.
Louisoitte, Novembor 7 General Zillii oiler
has fallen back to Cumberland Gap, and tout to
Knoxvllle (or relnforooiuents.
DESTBUCTION OK A LAKE rilOl'ELI.EB TWF.T
CMcago, Nov. 7. Tho propeller Hunter, of
the liuOalo and Chicago line, was burned this
morning, while lying opposite tbo w ircboiisu
of Sturgls, Smith A. Co. Tho boat was aluod
at J10.1I00, and fully Insured,
Twenty persom, whimo nainoi aro unknot n,
and supposed to bo deck bauds, woro lost.
tBBEST OF JIATTUEW J. SUIRK
tYtrflniitl, Nv, 7, Matthew J. Maul) of
Now Orleans, as arrested hore lostord ij , I y
United htates Marshal Bell. Ilia trunk c. n
tains a large number ol letters to parties In
tbo rebel States.
MW PltdOKKsis OP SLAVKIIY
IN 1HK UNIIhU STATES
I1V GEOROE M, WESTON
CopWof IliU work aro Xdr sal. at the publication
office of the Xatimal lirpiillUnn, comer of Seventh
snd D streets
Bound idlllon, (1 per copy Pamphlet edition, 14
cents per copy, apr'- tf
flS-PKS'TIVAI.. The Ladle Mile So
ciety of Ityland Chap-1 will hold a Fcitirtt at l'o
tonne If all, corner tlMi h strict south snd Mary
land asemio, omin'nemg Mondi y, the ltlh of Nov ,
1801. Single tickets 10 c-ntjj children half price,
Season Ikki ti 25 cents nr.v P .11 1
Moiiinanrthr Young. lien's Clulail.iu
Aocnrio- ll'mJinon fiy, JMvtrnber 0, )8dl
In tursuinceof the u lnrily conferred t the lnt
iceetlrg ol the Amoclitlou, ttia (o lovvlrg gentlcmm
are hereby spp luted Delegates to a Genersl Cm
veutlon for the ( urposo o' syrteinsiLilig sad extend
! g tho Chr's m eiTjtti or the vstloin AmocIIo"S
anOeg United Stales soldleis ad ssllon," to moet
sttbe loomsoftlic Vcw York Young Men's ChrNtisn
AufcUtlon.nib'c lIoue Astor l'lce,New York,
on Tliuiaday Noi ember llth at 3 V M Messrs
Wllllim llillantyne, It T Monc.l, M llllam J.
Hhees,aod Joeih U Bralley.jun who are duly
eulhoiUcd a?d rtquested to ri resent t'di Airocli
tion la sjiJ Convention.
M II MILLER,
novo It rre-ldeit.
jST-Kev. William If manning, hjvfng
sccep'ed thectllof the Flr.t Unltsrlin co:lety In
ttiU city to become Its Pittor, will e-ter upon bU
duties to morrow (Su day) morning. Service ei cry
Suudoy iDorntrg at It o'clock novo U
Lata Washington Assembly ltum
Will be opened for the sencon, in a friv days, by
MH. GEOltGK PEUC1VAL,
with a '
MAGMPtCF-NV COMPANY OF AJlTIMtH.
CoinprUlkf teveral ot the very flr-t talent in the
Ex entire Renovation,
Alaguiltcent Ktige and Scenery,
Kc , KC
JTtr- hUHlMLK AhfOUMMKM foOl -!&
H1 rC I.
LOWS' II V I, I. I
Ireventll Street, Above l.
E.riiA Airii.vciiux two new stars.
The buutiful Ballad Sieger
PllOJ JOHN HITTi'It,
The great Vlulii 1st
Twtlflh Week or the
U A PI V 11 1 1. I, 111.18 T K K I, S
ANI BRASS BAKU.
sixteen llur Pol furmeri.
('MAMIE OF l'ROUUAMMh EVERY NlUlir,
I.nok out ln tUhiiit 111.
Admlwlon . 26 oenta.
Dotrs opfii it 7 o'clia-ir commencing it s o uock.
oil Jl ot
l)r G FORD, Agent.
Willi I'OttlM.F.li: MIUMIKIAN AMI
OYMNAStIO I'KOUI'KS, (.ompriing the eli'e ol
liulli Lrarche ot tjiL profusion will ot-en
On .-Iou.liiy,Mtflit,Nov. -llli,
fjr the reguUr eauii,ou the. site of the Old Na
tl oal fhestre, on E street.
The following ArtUles will appejr each eienlng
Mil JAMES MELVILLE,
Madame Cauillle. Ilud'lln Marie, Virginia, and
hiulss, Mess l'lilio Nutlnn, (I D-inoas, Ftr
" aliund Tournnl e II W Teuney, F A
Joucs, William Kinoald iU ten V 11-
lIe,beOhliili,tJU enco nod Claude
DAN OAtllUNER.'llie Cloun Fak
WniTAKaa, Tom Klso, the Oiiaiimo!.Li I'M
.1. l'rosperi's Hand t permanent!) attached to Ihe
Doors op n at 7 o'clock Performance I1I com
raen'e at s o cook precisely.
Admi-slon Drcai Circle. 60 cents ; Social U-xe
25 ccute ; Unhes'ra rbairs T6 ceuti
- Matinees en Wedeetda)s und Sa'urdays, nt
2 V. 31 nov 1 tw
l)' J. C. UeUVIIlh
J. C. McUUIllK .t CO., AtlCllum.i..
II A NUX'JWi FA MILYC.i Kill A C IS, II A KA ICil, AND
I'Alli OF UAY HOUSES, ATAIVIIUN.
OnSATUltOAY MOttNIN'fi.Nov.mber oth.i
to o'elcck in Iruutuf ths ouliiou rooms, we shili
sell tvittiout rtstrv.
1 1 aiiiUome tpeu ramily Carriage
1 tmill oue hore Family Carriage, nearly mw
Talrof txcellcnt lurire Hay lanluge Hon s
blng'e and Uoubte Harness
Itobcs, lteaers, Ae.
J AS C Mc9UIIlK .t. CO
nov U Aujtiutieer
T)Y J. C. McUUlIlK U t-'O , Auctljncera.
On SA1UKUAY MOUMU, Novtmber llth, at
Uo't-lo k lu lioalof the auctiou room vr, s',ull
cell, tjr account of nhom t msy c tic-rn
tW pairs Lace Hoot, Colges UaiUrs
M tu's Ca'f It ro im and Kip 11 juts
JAS, C McUUIItK k CO ,
nov 9 It Auitlovittr
Y J. C. HIlGUIKK & CO., Auctioneer,
bUPKMUR VUyO PilltTP, LLhQAM CAMNhT
V ctra'M VewA Cniw, MUer 1atl
M'aie, CarKit iintinn, ai'l
JAiuehflU bat ntfui t
On 1 1UIAV M UN1NU uenlber 1Mb, ai M
o'clock, at tlio lorrer ol Nirut-enth and 1 utrfttn
vu t-hull M.11 u litrgu oiid e uftttnt d-cormicut ol
iioueiiuiu turmiUic, LJiiiia, uia-,dn vri'ttveij
Wiiii', ('urp"t(, S.irrorri Ao , ro tiprhlDg Viv cVc.s
oi u Tery i aiint-ooiriy lu'm-ntu trtuuiiMiintiii
lMrtttulars In a future .idvertl nirtit
if Cii&lout will te H utfd on Jloutluy next
lh. llou e in lor It nt Inquire ot tlieuuciiorefrp
JAe a j.t(jUii(h a. co ,
nor U d AuctioueefM
fr INLET HlWOLt.
Mate lU'xl ttr of the U S
lrBtUf.) and Lit llLt-. K &ili:UMAN t oun
i-ellors ut Law, will devoid thir tnlife uttetiliun to
mo prCKLuuuou auu ufnu-iut'iu oi neinanu uKftinm
the Ui 1 td .Suite-, Kroun k cut '! the preeut wjr
luuludinif the AocnuiitH uud Juiim ot Atiilei.Con
tractor and Difburelng (Jiliceip, app icatlunn tor
in rt-Hwratnn ot irotirry liiexan auzi or cup
tured, uiid lor Ctnipt-iiKuticu tor tl e une of pnv e
pfi)rty lor do i rum iit purpOies, and U r da ma sen
ior the injury of wuch insert bj thf armj , i r
mllhary pay, ieiikloi.H, and tounty lands, un foi
f trfttutivtt chatert ot roonUi pHy bleat tin 1'iva
Miry mi 1 due to nub contractor an 1 otlu n
ti.uy ulll a io give legal aiivice to ctuimuitfl,con
tractors, and to unprotetthnal ajieiita In lUigutu
cjt-ts, aod prepare writtrn argument whendiclrid
Will Nun rUeni Agtnta sh may teud them
cltiimd, un etpiitable division oiacuimnU ions w ill be
Uudlnputed Pemanda Mill be ejected and
prjn ptly rem Uttd to" a couiinUjiou of lruu aha 1
to two aud a half per ceut depending on Hie
uiiuunt, and liettotUtion with the Deprtmeiit
tonJui od oa mi derate ttrnif.
It) proipt attention, tnodtnU churgfr., lougtx
j trie no , und a inluule knovtlrdgu ut th'ol laun
rrgulatlou1, rules aid prtccde is, govennng tht
ilLsgol bulnu8 at the Ue.artnwntr., tliey Iioik. to
reudt-r their servicea utelul to claimants and publio
UHereuce may be made to Members of Congris,
andomccfHOi ttie (iovf-riiineiu, aim tupeciany, uy
ptrmiativin, to the Um r- li ii juullskt, MM
Ciiu, tio'li r of Ihe treasury
Addreat "Mtubrs II t lib tilt A 8IIEHMAN.
Wushlugtou, U C "
Ollice. No al& F alrttt, near freatury and 11
lards' Hotel L0V8 Cm
Fdlton of papers who publWi the lawn of the U
S mid others, bv itl.iiii? thU catd a few iuerll i.
Mill entitle tluiwehv to un t-ervices uecjit render
them lu thU city, and maypeno a olais of their
rea i r- uiving uuMrer wuu uu uuverumeiu
U'Aa)UivuTo,Octob r, 18ftl 'iw
A IIMY IlIMCKTH
2Y I Hi: him&UuIltKUS 1IAVK IN hlOUl-
ft .oou pjIm srav and buu irrav Arinv ltlank(ti
liom ; to 0 pouud tath, yhiuh tmy will
JAilLS C McQUlUC i CO
nov i rf3t
BOAttlllNll. KIkIU or Toi J nlH null
oau bt ncconimodtttfd with HOARD hjiI L(tlU
INU.on reasmable ternu b btnwt, betwteu 1 ltlh
anuaixiu,nu vu. avco id
10 Seventh St. 510
r. J. 1IKLLKW A CO.,
MAKcrieTuatMioist roa tiia ialr ur
Fine l.'oM und Flnted Jtuclry, Merlhig Mhcr
FULL LINES OF NOTIONS A FANCY G0OD3,
WUOLEgALK AND HRTA1L,
In Job Loli, for Dwlcn, Sutlers, 1'cdlnrn, &c.
, MO linaUi Street.
Three doors south of Odd Fellows' IIaII.
wxaniNOTON, v. c ,
(formerly nnder National Hotel )
We guat autre to tfll our cnstoraeri rartous article's
of Fine Jewelry, .Sllrtr TJatid Warp.Notioni, Hut
lers and 1'eolan' Goods, at ich than New York
or riiliuilelphla pricey In lo's to suit purcliuers.
We sell :
Fine Coral and Cameo Pitt.... ft toU', lor$l 00
Fine Module and Lara bctta ... & to t, lor t.00
Flue Knamcled aud JetHetU... 4 to 7, (or 100
Inlaid and Uoxue Vue Setts... 4 to T, lor MO
Fine atore Camto and )J Mature
Sett 6to in.for 1.00
cpieuaiu uarDuncie anu j.uoy
feetH 7to ia,for 200
Splendid Oarnettand Coral Setti 7 to 10, lor 2f0
Splendid VestandUunnl Chains 6lo 10, for 1 TO
Libcktti and Uedall oc, every
tus made 8 to 8, fur ICO
Full setts of Gent's Mud and
Buttons, Ttry line 3 to 6, for 1 00
hllegant Huvolvlog Tins, very
line 4 to O.for 1
Ladies' and dents' Kicy blctve
Ilutions, separate . J ti J, for f0
Gentt' Clustir. UodCin. and Soarf
Fine 2to 3,for 60
Full Setts or KUffint Ihrvtidid ami
Tipived Si.icr riatcd labie hotki aud
i-ioars for 1 60
Fuilbettof Fine Teu'pooni to iiuiUli,
gtnerilrtta.il price 13 to $4 for 1.00
Tea mid Cotfto Tots, Urii.Ling Cu)h,
wt;4. Pitchers, Salt Stands.. . .in in tl to 2 CO
lb) best ossoitim'Lt of Fine OoM rlated
Mand llruoelets lu the Unltid bint en, In
t ry vaticly lu the tradu...e&ch from 1 to 3 00
We sell the lluot Cocoaout and other Hair Oil,
Fancy Colognes, French K acta, la lots ti suit pur
We pc'l Wtriley's, Taylor's, ard otlur Fancy
Soar tn rarfety, put up ta family boxes, to cult
purchatcrtat 6 percent less tliaa rtgular prices
We sell Portfolio', Memonmlun. lluolu, Pocket
Books, Money Purses, Pocket l orubi and Glae,
lhg, Dre ting, and Uout.d CoiubM, Cloth and Hair
Br unlit, lif 'looth Combs, thailcg and Tcoth
Hruohvd. with varhus other Sutlers' and Dtaier '
Staole Uoodi. all of uhicb we offer to the 'J rade
ardthu publio generally at leu than New otk
ne resrccuutiy ueg io can ine auenuou o every
Lady aod Gentleman to our Newhto:kof Double
li ded 1 hotoirrat'h and Picture Frames, etr? s e
tuado W e are -llmf( thee goods trom 76 cent, to i
each, or about one I If ths mukers' retail pricit
The frade resjecGully Kohrltt-d Wcarere:tiing
new uoousi irom ine anmaciurirs tuny.
Kemimoer the New Store,
No 510, 610. fiin, MO
P. J IttiLLKW K C .
ATrhNT.OK SUTLICHM AM) I'KDLAUHI
We have 'i larandspltfiidlditsortnuntof Fancy
Patrio io 5la loncry, New btKi and New Yottoes,
direct frtm ihe Manutaaunrs, which we ofler at
21 per cent leas than the rtgular pritts Call aid
te this line t nor 4 tf
TlirANT n.-10,OUO lbs. Oltl Ilorae Shnca
V V and Scrap Iroo.iu small or large quic titles,
tor whluh one cent per pound will be paid
JOHN K. bLVANS,
oct SO 2w 309 Pennsylvania avenue
1XTANTRD for ttie t4Hnrlvrmuteri
T parttnent united Htates Army, 600
sters i'av twenty flvo dollars per month, with olo
ration r day
Apply ai una cmc
J J DANA, Capt A Q M ,
oct 4 lm Corner of i-Sd and (I l
WAnTKI).--Tn linv vvvryhutly tuiull
atSMiril b, No. 460 Scvenlh street, oi(HJtite
Post OlllCf. uud purchase thrlr t'AlI nnd Winter
Clothing. rrunki. llatd.andC'at'r'.at tht, ery lowest
prices Give him a call. rot J lm
LfceAVIfC, M. U.,
OFFICL Xo 246 I'KNNSYLVANIA AVllNQK,
Uctuxm Twelfth and Thtrln h Mrtrtt,
IteBpectfutly Under )
nl services to
Felice 1 i
e i rteeuud
ine puoiu iiaug ua
rhiladJohhi lie feels hit
charge tils duty in every uij
to lib care.
Dr, L.hasfecnredtherigh t u-
ment. natenttd bvDni A.M. A:. I 1,
hdelphU, fjr Jastening artificial Uetl
or platlna platta, which prec uda tn pcs-Ibluty cf
(a)iva or foreign iiiaUr aln m-cittiog between them,
at tbe came time renderlug the optratlou more firm,
natural, uud of mre utility to the patiett, dlfpeuH
log with th ordinary ni04lsof lutenldg,py rhet
log nr 8 jlderlar, which bo often caubes the springing
of platea, and coiiBu.ueiit'y au Impirfect adaptation
to the mouth
He would rfnp"otfully Intlte thepubllu toliNotllce
t) c xuuilae thU improvement To do v U to be cou
lncvd of it; fcuptnorlty over all metludd heietofore
Ihe lu til jroftosiun U aVo Incited to call and
exiimlne ito mrrlt and utility
A'ho.iI Lll't can be luriudhid with Ittthofall
kinds ai a Urn ; rice thtn ttity can be bought elfo
whcit. no, c lm
THIS It TO GlVtr. NOTICE. 'Mint the
tubcrlb r ha'h obtnirtd from the Orphun'a
Luurtof WiMiIngtiii County, In ti- District of Co
lunibla, let ers of admlu'ttntion imi the personal
estato of NeNon C. Driver, la'e nl Washington
county, decciued All ierHint hiving clnimi
ngaln-t tho ral 1 ueceiotil, are hereby warned to ex
hlhlt the Dame, with the toucturu therLOf, to the
tulerlber. on or btfore the 2Jth dny of October
next, thpy may other Ne, by law, be excluded
from all benefit ot tu said f etafe
Given under my haul thli2 th da) of OcttibtT.
oct 30 Jtw Adminiitrutrlx
ON IIANO-T 3-10 Unlteil htatei Tra
ury no m, which will te euj pHtd at i-ar to our
tuitoniTit, Irte of charge. Demnnd Treaui) noten
aa heretofore, will btvrttlvel oi ccpoiit an riitcu
&WHENY, KltrKMI t'SK.JAM V CO ,
Hankers, &o2 rtiinyUiinfa nxtnue,
oct 14 lm near llrown't
AI,LK'H UIIKAT IVKALLIItl.K OIL
I OMl'tltlMl. fur tlio cult- ot liitlilllitr.rv
lthfumatisro, tlout, Neerali$la,anrl all ki ilsof htift
joints, opraius auu oirains, a-o 11 n warrenieo in
t'ure It is put up in AOeitU T5 cents hottles All
orders tt Idres-fil 10 JOHN Al.I.l-.N, Wo unwise!
R. I , will be promptly atiendvil to nov.1 2
SIM CIAI-NO'l IOK
HKI.MMOI.D'H IlUf UU KUl I'lIK lll.Alllit II
HELM HOLD'S 1IUC1IU fur Ihe KUntys
IIKLMlltlLU'.'! IIUCIIU lor tin Oravcl
HKLMIIOLO'R llULUl! f r Uroiv
lll'.LM HOLD'S UUCIIC lor uervouiies.
I KI.M HOLD'S IIUCIIU f. r Lo-s ol itemorY
II KLM HOLD'S IIUCIIU lur Liws ol slxht
IIKLSIIIOLD'b UUC11U fur Diiuneiw f Vision
UKLMHOLO'H IIUCIIU tor Difllcolt llreathlua;
IH.L51 HOLD'S UUC1IU lor Weak Nerves.
llhLMIIOLD'S UUC1IL for Obstiuctions
ULLMIlllLP'S IIUCIIU for t.csr urislliK Iron
Indiscretion and u'l Oiretiss ol the
KxIstinK lu either srx, from whatever cause ong
l-iateil,alHlnomatterotlll) I.O.N C SI'ANOINO
III.LMIKJLD'S KXTltAI 1 IIUCIIU li pleasant
in its taste and odor, and Immediate in Its acllou
Trice $1 ftr bottle, or six fnr $ft Oeihvred to an)
addrt-v, accompanied bj reluble certittcntes
Depot. 104 south rentli Street, i'hilndt ), hlat
pt b ."-ra
Vf K T A L L I O
ARM Oil O I Is
AUKK C Y ,
Pennsylvania Avenue, near Eleventh Street,
sept 21 tf
ONNKLLVS UNION IIOCSK
W 1 N K It O ) M S.
No. Ui Thirteenth street, near Pennn. Arnne,
ABIlimilON, D O
Choloe HlrepinK A panmruts, by the Day, M -k,
Mnnll. tulyt m
io. tltMccaS C HAMS lana.fiain- -.Co b t
Ju.n rtctiied and lor sale by
JOHN O LUi: A fO ,
noi & lw lSo &J Louisiana avenue
, C. McUUIH :. CO.,
VtltV HANDSOME riKSlTUMJitD UOB&KHOLD
E1FSC1S A T I'VBLW A VCTJON.
I'n WRONESDATMOHNINO.Norember 13th.
at 10 n eloek, at Ilia residence of the late Hon. 8, A
iwiliu, corner or I uretiand new Jerxjarinue,
we shall nil a splendid assortment of
oauinkt rusMTVRK, ciHrnTu, mhuohv, cdutains,
And llcu-thold KITe'ligeneiallr.a full and d'scrlp
tire advcrtl.einentcf which will appear tirevious to
JAB. 0. UcQDIRE, k CO ,
JJV (lltKRSI WILLIAM8, Auctioneers.
IIOltFHOlO ANl KITCIMV FURltni'HK, IIQL-
LAsa a in uvnett, era., at auction.
-u oaiuniAi. me yni insTani. we siau sen.
In front of the premlws, at 10 o'clock A St., a lirg.
asforlinent or Furnltare, two caiki Holland Ula,
fire kevi ltutter. one llors. Wacon end flndr. with
mary other arllslei whl li ueue-in unnece-arr to
enumerate OKhLN a WlI.l.tAMS,
V H Will l. added, lire now Navy Haroirtri.
Mavjr Size. .0 k W
nor s si
)V J. C. JlrUUtltK .V CO., AneTloueera.
CONn.NIS UFA COSFECTIONElt'S STOKS AT
On .MONDAY MOIlNlSG, Vot tt.romraenctn
at 10 o'clock, we lhall .ell at the confectionery atom
of J Afffler. eouth bide t'a avenue, het'een llth
and 12t!iat? , hlieutfrjs'ockand ttxturta.conihitlng
t'andirs. CaVcs, Preserved FrutU Nuts, ke . to
rrth rwllh Store Fix'orej, cmraclag bhtlring.
Count ra, rjla-a rhow t'aea and Jars.
Will aluo be aohl. atl2ocl ck. a Iloria. Wairon
and Ilarnew; and about 1,000 pounds Weitern But
J AS C. McQUIRE.t CO.,
nov 8 d Anctlor ten
J. C. ncUUIKK A CO., Auctioneers.
TRVSTEP8 SAUS OF VFS11UBLK KEMDUXCK
CAST OF 1I1S CAVITOL
On MONDAY afternoon, November lath, at lour
o'llock oj th prem,fe.,bv virtue or a deed of trust
from J W KoberUon, dated January th, 1M9,
auddu.v recaidrd In liber J. A II., No 107, lolioj
117 it eii , one of the land rtcordj for 'Yorblugton
county, It tl. Ishttilttt lot numbered cne, In square
numbered nine hundred snd forty seven, situated at
the corter of Tenth street east and soutn D street,
ogethcr with ttie lmprovtiueitf,contUtirgof a two
siory and attic Daelllug lloue, wlthnecesnary out
lerms One thousanl dollars cub, the remainder
in six and metre months, with mteiest, secured by
a deed of truit on the premhes
All convt-yaiices at the cot of the purchaser
If thetermofsale are not complied with within
live days thtrealter. the trustee reserves the right to
renell at the risk acd expeuse of the te aultlng pur
F. McNKKHANKY, Trustee.
JAB C McUUIItK k CO.,
nov 7 eodads Auctioneer!
TY OUKEN WILLIAMS, Anctloneeri.
EXCELLENT UOVSFIIOLD AND K7CiJr.V IT7JA7
TLItE, PIANO FORTE,dt , AT AU9TI0N
nnVoNDAY.thQ llth initant. w shall ell. at
10 o'clock A. H.,at th reitidtnoe of a gentleman
decHotDg hou ekceping, No. J(H Tenth between I.
ana u sirteu,an exceneni unoiunont oi r urniiurt;.
1 Piano Fort- tool and Cover
Marble top a. id other liblei
Mahogany Sola, Chain, Whatnot
Dits&ingand ether Unrfaas.MIiror
Cottage and other llednttad
Cane eeat Chain
Feathi r Pillows and Ho' uteri
Hal and Shuck Mattress
Parlor, Chamber. and btalrCarpeu, and Uodt
Oil Cloth 'JoftetStt s
Cooking and other Steve
China, UlaUf, and enckery War
With a larcre lot of Kitchen Beuuisltei and many
other articles which we deem unnecessary lp enu
Terms cun, in specie
GBKEW & WILLIAMS,
nor 0 Star Auctioneers
TV J. C. Ml-UVIUfc: A CO., Anctlontem.
1 WO EXCELLED 1' ilWUSUi AT PUBLIC bA Lt:
On SA1UUDAV MtJltNlNG. November bth. at
11 o'clo.k,la Iruut of the Auctbn ltooms, h shall
A beautiful grey Arabtan Mare, 7 yturi old, per
fectly sound, kind, and gentle
A lint bobtail Day 'iro.ting Horse
Te tins cash.
J.C.McOUIUE A CO
nov 0 Auctioneer! ,
Y JscWoUIKK Ac CO., Auctlouetra.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF IMPROVED PROPERTT
By rlrtue of a deed of trust from Gamaliel Bail?
and wife, dated February 22d, 1S5. and recorded ia
liter J A. S . No. ltt, tollo J&tt Ac , I hall veil as
truntee, on THUKSOA Y, Auguit 29th, at 9 o'clock r
1' M , In front of fie prrinUtn, at publio auction.
to the higtest bidder, all that piece ef ground lu
the city of Washington known as the western half
of Jot marked tive, (5.) In vquate numbered tlvtj
hundred and thirty three, (&33, in the plat of said
cltr. the flame hiTluff a front of t went y- brut (1
feet two (2) inched on O ttreet north, and a tine
three story brick dwelling ana brick stable thereon
Terms: One third cash, Ihe balance tn eauM in
otslments, at six and twelve monttu. secured by
lited of trust on the prem!. It the terms ot tale
aro not complied with within tire day thereafter,
the trustee rtenc'the rlht to rtse.t at the rik acd
cost ot the defaulting putclmer
All toneyancing at Uiecoit of tho purchaser
M HI.4IIE, Iruatee
JAS C McCUIUE,AacUciieer
471' lie above units It unnvolriably urt-
pont-d, on account ot the rain until IIIUKSOAY
next, September Mh.aamo hour snd pti-ce
M BLAIK. Truatie
.IAS C M(UUIKK h CO.,
aug. "0 dts Auctioneer
49 The nliove aiiIv t fuitlier iostpuiirl
una 'IIlUUSl)A October 3d, at the tame hour
uniplice M BLA1H, Tritu'et
JAS 0 McOUIlth it CO ,
t-ep 7 lawVds Auttlonterc
sf-Tiir abuc Mln la Turllio pofclponeil
until MOM DAY, October VSth, i-ame hour and plao
M HI.AlIt, lru-ltr
JH G McOUIRK K Cl
oct 21t.fi "t Auctioneii
j-Tltr Klte mh If la hIIII fui Itie jh.
ioned until 3IONPAY No llth, tame hour aud
place , M BLAIK, Trustee
OCt28- :t AlCtiiW'rri
Y J. 1'. Jtlrlll'ItiE v CO., Am Ilium,
THU.SIIK'K VALk Of fALLAIII t IHlVSMItil
Ity virtue of a drid cf trust t,earlig date uu tlit.
lUtdav of Jaouar,tl"ii,ainldLlj'ncoid'i Inlioei
J A S . No ?09tioii.w ."on anu voo. one oi ine into
renrds for Was'ilrelourouutr .Id the DLtrict of Cu
lumtia, thetuhscrlber will sell, at publio auctlru ui
Thursaay Noveiuter lltti, at 10 o'clock A SI , all
the euiniture ctuitalntd In that large three itory
brick houte situated ou tre southwest corner ot I hlid
and C streets, Washington city A full st.ht-du!t
ulll te published, in connection with this adirrtW'
inent, prior to the day ot sale
V111AO It BlianOlAn
JAB C. McQUlRK, 4 CO ,
wp 1(1 law Autllonecrs
BAILIFF 'H BALK OF
AT A 1 1 770 V
hTABLES, OKAl'lS, IK,
Oo MONDAY MOUNINO, Nov 1 1 , coiumuu Int.
at lOo'clock, we thill sell, l lli. residence and lu
iqusro 713, at Hie Intersection if Delaware avci.it
and K street all the lliurcboM Ltfectt, aud the
Kloers, Vegettblra, flrapis fco , ou the premises
the ros ard Doners ere lu bloom We naim. in
iurt ... , ,,
Ited.teads Mattiasres aud lluldtuK
AVaslstauds, Toilet etts and btjv. B
Carpe's. Matting, t. halts, Ao ,ko
Wagon Carts, Hores aud t ad ties
t.'it ot Lumber, and Oardelier's Kos
Together with all the Urajws and the gronh
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noi 6 edts
HKAUUUAIITKIIS KOlt OIsUTIIINU
Hats aud Caps, No I'M Beveulh itntt, onpu
site roe Offio.. ot S lm