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nearly la thou&nd copies of th JtVpttb
Horn art olronlaud anon the flontlnj popula
tion avery day.bssldes the largo ntunhar Mrrd
to regular rabftortbtni A dysr titers will take
tar Wo I loci of Hurrtagee, Ulrflis, and
Ooourtng In Washington and Georgetown, will
be printed In thla paper without charge.
Drover' Tmatm. Thli mngnlfloent estab
llshrosnt, erected by Mr. Wm. E. Spauldlng,
upon the alte of tb lata National Theatre, Ta
to be opened to the publto to-morrow evening,
under, wn believe, the, most flaturlng auiploea.
The leasee and manager, Mr. Leonard Qrover,
la a gentleman well known In professional cir
clet aa one of the mott able managers of pub
lie amuaeraenia In the couutry. He la a gen
tleman of me ini, and hie pride llei altogether
in hla favorite parault eucoeuful manage
ment, Those who know Ur. Qrover, both so
dally and In business life, Inform ue that It li
hit aim to establish In thla otty a public resort
which, for com fort, beauty, and attraction, will
surpass those New York, Boston, and Phfladel
Jthla establishments, whloh are constantly be
eg held up as the models of theatres In various
respects. We are sure, from what we have
already seen of If r. Or oyer's art of managing,
that he In greatly ahead of all others who have
ever attempted tn establish a theatre or the
people In Wellington.
We were Induced to look Into the house on
Saturday, and, from a brief observation, feel
convinced that It Is to be the popular resort of
the citizen and strangers of ihe city. The
scenery la undoubtedly the most elegant and
appropriate of any theatre we have entered,
and Is tbe elaborate workmanship of Ur. Chaa
Thes'sgets forty feet deep, thirty alz feet
wide, and furnished with forty-two foot lights
There are four private boxes, deigned by Mr.
Oetz, the scenic arlial nf the ealabllshment,
whloh are adwpted tn soat six persons comfor
tably each party being enabled to have a flue
view of the stage. The aeate are eighteen hun
dredand seventy-two In number, and in the
dress circle are covored with halt stuffod
cloth of a goMen color, each row of seats bnlng
elevated mure than the one before 11. Tbe
parquetle seats are light and elegant cane seat
chairs, and thn orchestra seats arms chairs;
all the seals tn the house have not only beei.
constructed with an Idea to beauty, but placed
In a manner to render each auditor the great
est amount or comfort.
Hlnoe Saturday. learn lhat Messrs Mel
drum, Ward, Phillips, and Bnkee, have been
added to the before efficient company. These
gentlemen are universally known as being
among the most talented In the country, In their
respective llnoa or business.
To-morrow evening Is fixed ae the grand In
auguratlon night of this magnificent temple of
Thespls and Euterpe, when Misses Hoagh, Par
ker, and Mrs. German, and Messrs. Helohell,
Ward, and other favorlles will appear In the
comedy of tbe "Serious Family," and the de
lightful LomedlotU of "J. J., of the War Do
partment." The Amlnldah bleek or Mr Sot
cbell Is commended vory highly, as a c tin r nil ok
Siece of acting, by the preMur New York and
oston, while there are but few who have not
heard of hi exquisitely comic impersonation
of the rollicking character of Guy Cloudluck,
In the lust named piece. The Marine band
with thirty three Instruments bss been en
gaged, and tn nddtttniitotho overture and ertirc
acts music, wi!lgi?e a delightful balcony con
cert before the commencement of tin) perform
ance. Tho box book for serin Inir-toat will be open
at 10 o'clock to-morrow nv rnlng.
Foatt'fl A TUKNiim. Saturday night a highly
delighted audlonco a em bled at this great
place of HmuHf ment, and testlflod thetr apprecl
Htlnn of tho Dlemilnc variety of entertainment
presented, In hearty and enthusiastic rounds of
applause. "Micnani cna" waa nigniv lniercm
log, and McCullough won golden opinion by bis
fine actlnz. But the "Railroad Gallon " took
down the bouse. Such a perfect Imitation of
all the combined notse of a train of cars In full
speed never before waa heard. Hoars of
Imiffhter and LorniH ofanolauHa followed the
amusing feature. Tonight, Forrest appears
in nis greai cnaracier i npariioua, in wo
prize tragedy oi me "uiaaiaior." ine mat op-
Sort unity of seeing him In thlsgreat character,
on't fat) to go.
Odd Fkllowb Hall benefit of Mr. George
KunkeL -This evening Is set apart for the com-
pumemary ornsui m air. tioorco ivunaoi, ine
originator and proprietor otKuokel's Ethiopian
Opera Trrupe. A number of our prominent
citizens have chosen thta method of conveying
to ur. Runnel an iaea oi inoir esteem ana ue
lfirht of Mr. Kunket as a centleman and per
former. A number of new and laughable acis
will be tntrMtuced (or tlw occasion, among
which will be the laufihahln oxlravazanzA on
"II Trnvalore," emltled tho "Jolly Black
smiths," ana an uumiranie ounesque on "iioo
ertMaLalra." We trust that our cltlzena will
turn out In numbers tor tho support of Mana
Canterbury Hall. The enterprising mana
gers of this entablUhment tnnllnuo to offer new
attruotlrns nightly at this, tho popular pUte
of amusement In this city. On this evening.
the Justly cetobrated leader of Ethiopian com
edy , Frank Brower, makes his first appearance
for the spring season; and the ftutoimttlng and
beautiful Ida Duyall, justly termed the "Queen
of Song," will make her debut before a Wash
ington audienco. Tho reputation Mr. Brower
has gained, being well known to the public.
needs no rnmment from us, while tbe fame of
Miss Duvall la corlaln to secure for her a brll
liant reception. Miss Millie Fowler and the
balance or the greai combination, Including tho
court of beauty, will remain for a short time
looger. Of course Broker will give his great
CohTiKEhTAL Ortiu Hoisi.. Our readers will
be delighted to Bee the announcement. In our
advertising columns, of the opening of this new
claimant for public favor. Itarety have we
announced such a combination of talent and
art, In the way of amusement, as It Is our
province to do now. The managers have been
around and picked out the star performers
In other cities, and will present them before
the Washington public, In one of the grandest
entertainments which has yet boon produced.
See advertisement for particulars.
Acadkxy or Music Free concerts In the
large cities are all the rage, and one of tbe best
places to bear good music, Is at the Academy
of Music, No. 2tJ9 Pennsylvania avenue, (south
side,) between Ninth and Tenth streets. U i
and bear tbe celebrated Italian vocalist. Sienor
Antonio Tiberttnl. Two good and faithful offil
mm Ktni und Nnrwnftrf. ur nlffhtlv In itllAnriN
ance to preserve good order.
The mania In of the lloust,
Tbe Itev Dr. Stock on. In the course of his
prayer last Thursday, the day the emanolpa
lion act took effect, used the follow lug noble
laugusge on the openlngof the House of Repre
sentative?: " We tlmnk Thee for the emancipation nf
slaves In the capital of ourcnuntry. We thank
Thoe that this soil Is now freo Com slavery,
and that this air ts now free air, aud so shall
remain forever. We u topi thh great blessing,
not as the result ol human manifestation, not
as a matter of party policy, but as a Divine In
tervention, as the development of another form
uf confirmation of Thy great and glorious pur
pose to oarry on and complete the whole work
ol human redemption. Iherefore we btoas and
magnify Thy moatexcollent tame, uniting with
the Churoh of all lands and of all aces In say-
Ine 'Glory be unto tho Father, and unto the
I Son, itnd unto the Holy tlhoiit; aa It was In tbe
Lbesinmng.is mw, anasnai De,wnnmnenq"'
l iruiy, are wo noi progressing! two years
ago, who would havo had tho temerity to pre
dtot such a p rarer In tbe national House of
ItepVesenUtlvesI How In contrast wllU a
prayar we heard from a Ilevorend D. D. yes
terdayy who In his politico was earnest for
" peace l" " peace 1" but had not one word of
tbsnks for victories, or a petition for future
success to our armt, or the final restoration of
our onco glorious country I We noticed, too,
that his Southern prucllvllles and habits are
so strong that he could not omit praying for a
blessing ou the rotation of maater and servant
In this city. We would remind htm that no
such relation exists In our city at this time,
thanks to the "Divine Intervention."
Major (Jeneial Irvln McDowell arrived In
town again yesterday.
lion. Cyrus W. Field arrived at Wlllard's
Ool Bayard, of tbe First Peoiuolvanta cav
alry, who had his horse shot under him In the
engagement near Fredericksburg last week, Is
at Willard'a HoteK
The long llrtdg;.
Which was crippled for a long lime but in
running order again last week, again broke
down )iieMlsy allernoun, about live o'clock,
and Is now impassible for carriages.
'Thi'BalUrorerArihfl'ArT TJoriteHfiee oY fn4
African M. E. Church assembled Thursday
morning in brail Church, a -uth 04 pi to I sires!,
ana was canea 10 oruer oy wsnop rayne. woo
conducted the religious services. The roll was
oatledby J. M. Brown, Secretary of tho last
On motion of A..W, Wayman, Jan Lynch waa
looted secretary and 11, M. Turner, aMlitant.
A. W, Way man was appotntod reporter,
Tbe usual standing committees' wr then
riijimj. Tit I VI pUUIIU wurnuip IF. oiniui,
I). W. Moore, J. Lynch. Ori exnmlnatlnn of
vitnuiunimi iur uraer o, u- nsmmona, -i
Brown, M. F, Sluby, A. W. Way man. On
finance D. W. Moore, D.Smllh. Ja Lynch, A
W.Wayman. On missions H. M.Turner, Wm.
H. Hopkins, H, J. Rhodes. Memoirs Jr J.
Herbert. 8 P. Brard. Wm. H. Waters. Educa
tlon-M. F. Sluby; R, P. Gtbbs, J. M, Brown,
Jas. Lynch. To publish the annual mlnutss
J as. Lynch, H. H. Turner. Memorials J. H.
Brown, W H. Williams, R. F. Way m An. Post
office Gilbert Walers. Book Concern S. L.
Hammond. J. R. Henry. Alex. Johneon. Tem
perance D. Redout, it F. Wayman, J. Mills.
On the wishes and wants of the churches J,
M. Browo, A. W. Wayman, J. J. Herbert.
Tbe conference fixed the hour for meeting at
9 o'clock, A. M., and adjournment at 1 o'clock.
a. w. wayman preeentea a preamoie ana
resolutions resnect n the oalllnz of an extra
session of the General Conference, to settle
some Episcopal arrangement.
J. M. Brown moved to lay the resolution on
V. W. Moore moved to amend by postponing
the subject and making It a special order for
Friday morning at 11 o'clock.
ine remainnepot ine session was oocupiea
n financial business.
D1VUI Uil F H1VAT. iQTIli A0BniUI9U l l
o'clock. Bishop Payne in the chair.
Rellcious eervloes were oondueted br Itev.
8. I. Hammond, snd the proceedings of the pre
vioiin session were roaa ana approvea.
Rev. Mr. Shear, or the Presbyterian Churoh,
and Rev. Mr. Lambeth, nf the M. E. Churoh,
were Introduced to the Conference by Bishop
The members completed their financial re
porin. RIchM A. Hall ami Jacob Nicholson, formerly
of the M. E. Church, were Introduced to the
Conference. They wti be presented fur mem
bershlp during the ten on.
The hour of 11 havniz arrived, the order of
the day was taken i , viz: the preamble and
resolution (nered bt A. W. Wavman resoecl
Ine the calling of an oxlra session of the Gene
ral Conference. They uore read by tbe Sec
retary. a. w. wayman ri ho anl andreaied the Con
ference lor an hour tn support of the resolu
John M. Brown spoke In upponltlon to them
till the hour of adjournment.
The Conference reassembled at 4 o'olo k to
hear the annual sermon, Tho services were
nvnoa ny singing ana prayer, itev. jonn i.
lerbert announced aa his text 110th Psalm. 6th
verBe "He that goeth forth and weepeth bear
ing precious seed shall doubtless come again
wtth rejoicing, bringing his sheaves with him."
His the mo waa tho labors of the Christian min
ister and his reward. Aftor the close of the
sermon the Sacrament was administered to all
the members of tbe Conference.
Tre apuolntmeiil lor nreachini: on Sabbath
were then m ule.
Sunday, 2uth Tho several clergymen In
attendance on the Conference preached In the
various African Churches, by appointment, as
Israel Church 11 o'clock, II. W. Cain; 3
'clock. Wm. II. Wtlliams: 74 o'olnck. John M.
ESireet 11 o'clock, Wm.nopkinn; 3 o'clock,
W. II. Russell; 7 o'clock, Richard A. Hall.
Union Bniht U o'clock, John o. Brown; 3
o'clock. H. M. Turner: 71 o'clock. M. F. Blubv.
Liuenezer, ueorgeinwn 11 o-oiock, . u.
Henry; 3 o'clock, A. W. Wayman; 7i o'clock,
R. F. Wavman.
Mount Zion, Georgetown 11 o'clock, Daniel
Rldmit; 7, o'clock, H.J. Rhoads.
Allen's Chanel 11 o'ntock. James Owens: 3
. : .' - ...-l m f
o'clock, Alex. Johnson; 7f o'clock, Jacob
Anbury Chit.nl-11 o'clock, 8. L. Hammond;
7 o'clock. A. W. Warman,
Flfinentn Street Presbyterian Church 11
o'clock, H. M Turner; 3 o'clock, R H. Cain,
Mr. Krresls Gladiator.
The popular voice. Influenced, we think, far
more by Ihe sympathies of the popular heart,
than by the Intelligence of lis Judgment, has
given to Mr. Forrest's performance of " Spar
Ucus." In Dr. Bird's hlatnrloal tragodyof tho
"Gladiator," a pre-eminenoa of fame which
does Injustice Imth to his genius and to his ar
tistic reputation. Written expressly for him,
and specially adapted to his natural vigor of
style, and to his splendid physique, there Is In
Mr. Forrest'a personation of the heroic barba
rian, whose Kktll and valor shook the military
jtrentige of ancient Rome, an Intensity of feeling
and a rugged grandeur whloh Is really thrilling
In Its sympathetic effect; but though the
amount of genius and of cloaa nludy of nature
required for the attainment of this triumph of
art may bo probably as great a that necessary
in outlining Ihe character of the morally, and
perhaps morbidly, nensltlve ' Hamlet," the
subtle "Richolleu,n or tho woeatricken
"Lear," yet, compared with the elaborate
performance last named, and upon wbloh tbe
gsntus of Edwin Forrest endurlngly rests, hla
personation of "SparUcus" is as somo vivid
alorm painting, drawn In Us broad masses of
shadow, and rugged outlines of broken clouds,
by a master hand, Mis true, but contrasted
with a spirited landscape view, In which tho
varied beautlra of hill and vale, of forest nod
meadow, are grouped by the sensitive touch of
genius, and presented with their exquisite
tints of blended light and shade, In one combi
nation ol natural grandeur. The one painting
may rivet the attention by Its sombre force,
hut It U the Utlnr whloh exhibits tn Its elabor
ate excellence. Its analysis of naluro, and Its
ii ai uiuiij , ii it mi vitrei t drvii oi iiiidHiiu turn m i,
and which wins from the delighted Judgment
the highest tribute to the painter's skill. The
massive forco and rude feeling of Mr. Forrest's
" Spartacus," merits, wo think, the extraordi
nary popularity It enjoya.and which here In our
city attracted to iU first performance one of the
largest audiences ever assembled In a Washing
ton theatre. It Is a performance, dostlnod to a
traditional fame ; but It Is tho softened, yet Ira
nassioned coloring of his " Hamlet." tho inten
sity of Ms Lear," and the consummate art of
hla M Riohelieu," which will forever endear
lilwln Forrest to American playgoers.
The " Gladiator" Is announced for a final rep
etition to nlcht. and we are nleased to learn
Unit there Is the proapeot of tho general de
sire fur a repetition of Mr. Forrest's able and
scholarly Interpretation of "Hamlet" being
grattnea. we reel sate in predicting a crowded
audience on the occasion.
I'rlsoner Kelcased In Ordsr to take a
A somewhat amusing affair ocourreda day
two since, which we doem worthy of reneti-
tlVn. Lieutenant (Jhtis. Dcnfield,ofthe United
States Navy, Waa arrested on complaint nf
Flsagan, a hackman, for refusing to pay for
bo it Ices rendered In driving blm all over tbe
iur, during wnton time ine ueuienani got
reuv easenuany arunic. lie was laaon ue
orb Justice Waller, who fined him S3 58 for be-
ingUtriink and disorderly, and requlrod blm to
pan the hokdrher$5 for his services, and
gav i hfra the alternative to pay tbe fine, go tn
ine LorK noi ae. or oeiurnou over to me mm
tary authorities. He chose Ihe latter, and was
sont o me central guaru doukb, ana mere or
der it to be ImprlSuued until the fine was paid.
Wht e there, a lieutenant of the provont guard
cam t In with a batch of prisoners, and moo Ing
a nival officer orhlsonn grade, without bur
peiling the cause of his presence, politely asked
nlnploMalk out and take a drink. Of course
the latter had no objection whatever, under
all the circumstances, to complying with so
agreeable a request, and walked out with bis
tuondsm friend, and after doing the agreeable
in auolghboring saloon, military lieutenant po
litely bid naval lieutenant adieu, and let him
no on his way rejoiclw-. On golnic back to tho
guardhouse, Lieutenant Hall found numerous
enquiries In referenco to the mysterious disap
pearance of the prisoner Henfleld, and Hall
with a guird waa soon In search of the lost.
Altera long aearcn, ue wan uunu oeasiiy in
toxicated, and restored to bis Quarters at the
guardhouse. That lieutenant nil) not Invite
any one to tatte a urinit ou snori acquaintance
again, we Imagine.
The Churches Yesterday,
Were rather thinly attended, owing to tbo ex
tremely unpropitlous weather.
Easier Sunday was celebrated In the Episco
pal and Catholic churches, with beaulllul ser
vices. The African Methodist churches were orettv
well filled, In consequence of too presence of
siranKe uuioroa pasiors irom aoroan, omotattag
in lueir puipim, vy appointment oi ine uonier
Whloh occurred In this city two weeks auo to
day, was sending up dense volumes of smoke
yesieraay, mere must do some oomousuoie
matter beneath, which retains fire a long time.
A crane' and iaffertUy arrantd Vntrratifn
lum, whloh Is under 'the csreof tho Bisters of
unaniy!wiii'iH.siaajrB opened, and aolfolt
peblle. patronage atd charity (or IU permanent
establishment and usefulness In our midst. The
Asylum Is In the One brnwn-stnn front house
owned by Mr. W. Coroheron, on Vermont ave
hud, near Layette Hquare. and ftrmsrly the
refttdence of ex Secretary Cass, Hvery sym
pathlzer with this noblest of human charities,
Sroteotlus and providing for Infant of the ten.
ercst age, deprived by death or their natural
protsotors or abandoned by cruel and uncatu
ral mothers. Is Invited to visit the lair. Let
them bring their friends along with them and
each Invest a few dollars In the many articles
there offered for sate, and thus showthetnub
ttantlal appreciation of this benevolent Insti
tution. Tbe large parlors or the house have been
tastefully decorated, and the tables are filled
with a profusion of rich and obolce articles of
art. beauty and usefulness, making a display
highly creditable to the fair solicitors offering
them for purchase to a generous public
Accident at Fort Ellsworth We under
stand that while one of tho batteries at Fort
Ellsworth were engaeed In target practice, this
morning, a shell burst over the road, about
fifteen rods from the Fort, a fragment of which
struck a negro woman who was passing, break
Ing her leg abort off.
One of the guards fired upon a aoldter whom
he arrested this forenoon, three times. In con
sequence of his resistance. The soldier, sup
f toting himself shot, fell down and was carried
nto the guard house. It turned out that he
was not hit. Alet, New, IWa.
The (lovemment, It Is said, deems It desira
ble to introduce the stamped envelope as a sub
slltute for the stamp The use of tho stamped
envelope Is economical j It Is furnished to the
fiubtlo at the small price of two mills each, or Av
or one cent, exclusive of the cost of the stamp ;
the envelope and stamp procured separately,
the former of the same quality aa that sold by
the Government, costs much more.
A black leather nocket b ok. fevldenLlv bo
lousing to some poor person,) containing a
small sum oi money, was ptcKca up in the
Northern Liberty market House on Saturday
evening. The lfsfr, by applying to officer J.
r. rung, ai justice jonnson'somce, canooiain
Handay School meeting
There will be a meeting nf the different Sab-
nain scnnoisoi iniscuyaitne naiionno xoung
Hen's Christian Association to night, for the
Eurpose of making arrangements for a Union
unday School celebration.
This quaint and uucouth uniform, which has
been almost entirely ardent from our streets
for several weeks, m ide Its appearance on our
streets yesieraay quite irequeniiy.
av-Fiotn the lilah and reenonettil uo
sIMou of tbe giver, Ur Von Moschzfikcr i Induced
topublbh the following testimonial, lettered from
nuuKroas other give a him in?e bis prsotloe In thin
Uavos's Ui rics, Ceokostowk,
1 hla Is to state that my heating hftvlog been much
impilred lor some yian paat, I placed myielt under
in pro viuou uimutui j.- vt.n oiunsiisiaier
After a few week) of till etre. I exrerltnced a v v
peresptib e Improviment.ind attbliilme my httr
lag U as good ss It his been at any time wl hia my
rtOQuaoiwa. u addii,
Dr. Yo&u-uBUflKBa,04aust aad AurUt.'.ST. la
aveaie sp 21 St
Those renulrlna the servloes of a skill
ful chiropodist should not fall to call on Dr.
White, at 426 Pennsylvania avenue. The Doo
tor has received a very liberal patronage In
Washington during the last five months, whloh
Is owlnc to his successful manner of operating
and the following moderate prices! Corns per
corn, 50 cents! Bunions, from tl to S3. The
Doctor hurts tnn pooket but a trifle, and the
toes not a particle, (live htm a call.
Whits hurst No. 43ft Fans. Avenue,
la selling original carlm de vutle photographs
of Generals Scott, HcClellan, Wool, Banks, Fre
mont, Butler, and others. Our IlkeneM of
tfoClellan la the latest published, and Is con
Idered the best In existence. Bee our photo
Srahs In oil and water colors. AUo portraits of
tsUnguisbori men. Attention of military men
Is called tn our full length letlartri es, for send
ing by mall. deo 13
a?-In Knottier column miv be wen a few
ol (lie many ter-dmonliU from well known cltteni
u( Wiiliington, and they arcsk louder tbsn any
thing we could fy It Is with pteiure we lay thtiu
before a candid aid appreciative public Our pto
pie are tired of theo ie. Whenamin I tick he
want the rh)ikUn who prenoribei remedtea that
tie ure to cure 1 1m, and aurh a person li found In
ur lumuiriT, inniau iicru uogior.
Come and eeo for yonrtrlreii ) e lame and inflerlnj-,
oh, ye rheumMJo and dying, come and eee
Light (hall again the faded eye Illume,
And roay health the pallid cheek rcaume
1 liuuiand rescued from dlwaiw and deatc .
Invoke Ood s bleMinxa on 1 umblety .
I desire your pro ui ate hearts to Iltt,
lour bleeding wounds to cure.
And wtth the treuureaor nature's gift
Helieve the rich and poor.
The Indian Herb Doctor will desorlbv dlaeasea and
tell hu patlenU the nature of ihetr coraplaJats or
lllneaa, without recflvlng any lofotmatton from
them No charso tor conaaltatlon
OiQce no It, Wa-ld-gion IiBildlDg, Feanaylva-
nu avoDue,03r3er oi oevenin nireei.
ap 19 tf
lubber UuhhIs at Manufacturer's frlcca,
for Ten Uayi.
lilt. II. A HALL will io'I Hen's Rubber Over
Rhoea snd Sandala for So cents per pair: Ladles'
Oven and hsadals.euoaU per pair, dubber Ton
chna.as.oOn ch. Uubb r Ouita. white and blaok.
Iioyeaot; Kubber bbeeti. (to protect children's
dum, ou cenucacit, ana every artioie maaa irora
India Uubber or Uutu l'trcha. at corretpoDdlng
prtoes,at Tbe India Ruboer WarehouN,
tfOtt rsunaylvama avenos,
spl7 .f , Ut Ninth and Tenth its
Callo-ltles. Itad Nail-. Kolaraed Joint, and all dla-
flea ol the human Wet, oared, without pain or loes
DR WHirK.Susoios CHiRorooisT,
430 PcniMjlvanla Avenue, between 4j snd Oth its
Room No 7, fro nd floor
Offloe hourt from 12m toftp m
(leLtcel a.nd aenarata anarlment nir Ladles
Ladles and Utntlemen attended at their reeldencee,
mar l wnin iinxircu
at-llia BlcClallan Plioioiriauhand A in.
brotypo Gallery, 50 Heventh street, lour dooia
abovii l),hu be-orau a AVanhlnrton Inatltutlon for
the mwt pleaniog Cartes de Visite It will be ycur
loss oy not patronizing men a pencci eaiaDiunment.
ST We are pleased to call the attention
cfdur clilxenaand ol lera toiAa MLLItilan Art Galtrv
540 Seventh itreet, four doors above D. 1 ber la no
other plaee In IhU city whrro so beautiful fhoto
trsphi and Ambrotypes are tekin, aud where so
mUOIi pUIUTUTH IB IUUWU W VU31VU4CI0
49-Photograph anil Ainbroty pen of alt
alzt-n ar tr.keu on . ntwnlM ontv known to the
irtei, tuur aoora aoovc u
In thin Litv.on the 18th Instant. Mr. John
tiihON, an bid resident of our city, aged 7i
years He was a native nf the county of Lim
erick, Ireland, and has been a respected ultizon
here for over fortythree ears. He has left a
u Ife and a large circle of rolatlves and friends.
May he rest In peace 1
I ANDIUS1 1'LACK.
to get your meals, la at tbe
NEW YORK EATING ROOMS,
474 Ueveath street, i ppooite the l'wlOJllte Drjuirt-
lleala served at sll hours
l'AID 10 CLKANLINESS.
Btr neers are rcspcctlully luvlted to atop lu
ap 10-lti It
CIKNTLKMaiPS'S HMDV-AHIIK UAH
I UaMTS, OF UNh QUALUY
We offer oltlsena and stranstr a lame assortment
Of OVEKCOAIH, IJKKi(t.COAIHL BUSINKSS
COATS, PANlALOONS.lsW VLSTB.oUUooIors
ana quauiiH,uqut in uiu ana nnisnioine uesi
WALL, STEPHENS ft CO ,
Merchant Tailors and Clothiers,
ti Pa. STUQe,bet, th and loth sts
IgTANTS -WANTED, TO HAVE KVKRY-
TV nody to know mat iney can buy uiouung,
VaralshlDg Goods, Truvlu, HaU, and Caps, at the
lowest price, at SU11 U'b, No. 40U Seventh street,
mar Jo dom
No lasscasjsr Train to Haaassas.
Wit DtraaTMs t,
Qfat tf MHiiary tHrtdor
and Superintendent Railroad U S.t
Werhlngton. April II, lies.
NopuHUgtrtialn will be run Itom Washington
to MsDAMia until further notice
. 1. C McCALI.UM,
apt M. 1). AHipt. K. U. U. 8.
IJKPARTM1CNT Or STATfe,
Washington, Jan. 25, 1862.
Tbe Secretary uf Mile will hereafter ivoelve
members or Co ogress on bullae on Saturdays
commencing with Saturday, the first ol nelt
WILLIAM H. SEWAHI).
January 21, 1862.
Order, That the War Department will be
closed Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursday, and
Fridays against all other business but that which
relates to active military operations la tbe field
Svturdays will be devoted to the business of
Senators and Representatives.
Mondays to the business of the public
Edwin M. Stanton.
Ja22-tf Secretary of Wat.
(Late rhUharmaslo Uall )
GIIAXD OPENING NIOHT,
WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 18G2,
With attraction uapracedented -making a comblna
Hon of talent and female beanty n equaled la the
annaliot the profession; liiroluelng
awect Hongs. Masleiand Melody.,
KANCr D4NCKS aftD BUllLtlCSQUES.
In estsblhM ig this great Ttmpte of Anutement, the
Man'geri have spared no exi eoe In p oenrtog the
HKHtreflntda tlssand first talent tn thi country,
of both rail and f male stats of the brightest mag
MIS3 HILLY KOHK,
Tho fasctnattng U idmo, lata of lUvsls' Troupe.
1II3 JULIA PA8SANO.
The charming 8 ngvtress, frcm Ihe New York
MISS KATE KAKSHALL,
The besullful snd charming Uanaeuae, late of the
MISS MARY WALTEN,
The brlLlant Vocalist.
MM1 LUCY CLIFTON,
The charming Uauaeow
I he pleasing Hal lad is t
LccentricCemedlanand Itlh Vo-allit
HAUUT i.M. urr.
Usiiarls ardUtneral Fcrfouncr.
And a h.ofblAUS ta rapid lacceiwlen
An excellent OUC1IKS1 KA, under the Lcsderrhlp
of the well known Violin lit,
l'KOF. ULOltaE NAMIUAN
JVFront ests rcstrved (br ladles W
SCAL. (K PUICK.S
l'aiquette, Si centt; OeitJetnen un accompanied
by ladle, to Orchestra chairs, 60 cents Colored gal
lery, 5 ten's
IVKrsop'nat T o'clock : oncert oonuneoce at 8
o clock, i-reesrly Vi U.U IIAUttlSON,
p st Agent snd Treasurer
TCOVRTIl OIIANO OCVTILMOfV PARTY
I1 of the PKRSKVKUANCK KNUINR COM
PAN Y No 6, to b riff n oa K ASTBIt MONDAY.
AprUl,18,atTcmpt.neIlsll. M ,.
Tha members of the abov Company rtspeotfally
aaaounoe to their many frleada atd the pabllo la
general, Out the r Fourth Grand CotUllo party
will be tlvin at the above Mall on Easter Monday,
tbe Slst tnat 0
1 he Hnlverisl aitlara tiou given by thli Company
at their former parllcr, ts a u-e guarantee thai this
nt i will hu Turn. KniT fifth reaaOD
i lie itdiea are invnea io atiena en matte, as mere
will be nolniuonsiwueu
I'rnf Charles ' roaierl a Hind has been encased
Mr A. Columbus, the experknoed caterer, will
lurniHi rem same nu
1 tcke's M cents, admitting a gentleman and ladies
Wm II Oshokk, A GLataoow J mo DiiKamuS,
Kobkbt V Hesri, lUi A.Daauiiu,
ap 1021 Committee nf ArrtxnyerrxnU
UN1TKU BTATKM PATICNT UFVIUK,
WAHHiNOToa, April is J9CS
Onther-titlonof John oung.ofwea Galway.
N. Y., praying tor tho extension ofa patent granted
to him ttrp ember 19,1841, for an Improvemem in
Washing Machines, for even years Irom thecxpl
ration of atd patent, which takes place on the mh
day of Sep ember, 1862,
It Is ordered, that tho said petition be heard at the
PstentOfflceoaMonday, ihe lit of September neat,
at 11 o'clock m , and all persons are notified toap
year and fhow eause, if say they have, why said
twin Ion ought not to be granted
Persons opposing the extension are required to
file lu the Patent Office their objections, specially
set forth in writing, at least twenty days before the
diy of hesrioft, aJl testimony filed by either party
to be UJied at tbe said bearing must be taken anc
transmitted in accordance with the rules of the office,
which will be furnished on application
lh'' ust mony lu the ease will be closed on thi
llih day ol August next, depositions aud other pa
pers relied upon as testimony rnut be filed la the
otfloe on or before the nunilng of thst day, the ar
gumentii, If snr, wdbio ten days thereafter
Ordered alto, that this notice be published lu thi
Natvmta SfimUiatn Washington, D. U , and towing
Jour mI t A bany. New fork, once a wetk to Hire
suoocMlve weeks, the tint of said publications to be
at least sixty days previous to the day of hearing.
Commissioner ot Patents
P 8 Editors of the above papers will i lease
copy, and send their bills to the Patent Office, with
a papir containing this noilos sp SI la w;w
UNITK.U HTATK PAT K NT OPFICal
WasaiMOfoa. ApiUlT. 1842
On the petition of Phebe Aon Fisk,exeoatrlx fto ,
of Almond D Flak, late of the oily, county, snd Slate
ofKew kork. praying for the extension of a patent
granted to the late Almond 1). Fk, Nov H, 1S,
and rs Issued March 0,1809, for an improvement in
Coffins lor seven years from the expiration ofaald
patent, which takes place on the Hih day of Novem
It Is ordered, that the aald petition be beard at tbe
Patent Office, on Monday, the 87th day oi October
next, at 1 J o clock m ; nd all persons are notltled to
appear and show cauie, II auy they have, whj said
petition ought not to be granted
Persons opposing the extension are required to
file in the Patent Office their objections, specially
set forth In wrltlnr, at least twenty days before the
dsy of hearing, all testimony filed by either party
to be used at the said hearing mutt be taken and
transmitted In accordance with the rules of the
olnoe, wbloh will be turnUbed on application.
f be testimony In the case wilt be oloeed on the
8th day ol October n4.xt,deiwitlous and other pa
purs relied upon aa testimony must be filed In the
office on or before tbe morulng ol that day, tbe ar
gumecta, If any, within ten days thereafter
Ordered, also, thst this notice t publlxhed in the
National HeruUvan, VTarfhington, D C , and TrUuni,
New York, N Y.,once a week for three successive
weska, the llrUof said publications to be at least
sixty days previous io the day of hearing
l V MOLLOWAY,
Cumin iMtoncr of Patents.
P S Udilors of the above Papers will pteae
copy, and send their bills lu ibe Patent Office, with
a paper containing this totioe ap 91 lawlw
fllTlCD STATION PATKNT OrFIOK,
Wiiiiiniitnu liifll If Iflje)
On the petition of Gilbert JessuD.'of LhabfuTilla.
Ontario county, New kork, praying tor the eaten
sion ut a patent grsnted io him July is, 1U8, fur sn
improvement in threshing Machines, for seven cars
from the expiration ot si la patent, whloh lakes
plica on the 1Mb day of July, llfli,
A Is ordend.that the said petition bu heard at the
Patent Offloe on Monday, the 30th day of June next,
at IS o clock, m , ana all pcrnona are notified to ap
pear and rbow caue,irany they have, why said pe
ilt'on ought not to be granted
Persous opposing the exU nlan are required to file
10 the Patent Offloe thtlr objections, specially ut
lorth in writing, at least twenty days before the day
of hearhg, all testimony fllud by eliher party to be
uned at tbe said hearing mast be taken ana trans
mittiid in accordance with the rules of the office,
whloh will be furnished en application
1 be testimony in the cane will be cloaed on tbe 10ib
day of June next impositions and other paper re
lied upon aa test mony must be tiled In the oisce on
or before thi morning of lhat day) tbe arguments,
11 any, within ten days thereafter
Ordered, also, that this notice be published In Ihe
bat tonal fit publican, Washington, u C , and the
7mu," Canandalgua.N, ,once a week for three
euecslT week, the flmtol said publications tobt
at least sixty days previous to the day of hearing
D P HOLLOWAY,
Commltttour of Patents
P, S. Ldltors of the above pairs will please copy,
and snd their bills to tbe Paleut Offioe, with a paper
containing this notice. ap 41 9w
LOr On Thursday evening, the 111b of April,
betaeen the General lelegraph Office and the
Wa hlntton Oymnasium A PACKAG1. OF P
PKH3, In a bluish white wrapper, tied with co ton
cord The pipers conlstei of two drawings on
tracing cloth and a specification or description ot
on their being delivered to Mr. Williamson, day
watchman at the mate Department ap 1-"H
ADDITIONAL TEST1MON1 AIM
A FEW Of THE MANY TESTIMONIALS FROM
TBE CITIZENS OF WABRINQTOK TO DIL
TUMBLErY.THE INDIAN BEItB DOCTOU.
DefhraU ctmittim of Body mad Mind.
I wsa almost dead with pals la say cheat, back,
shoulders, aide and headi was debilitated that I
jnld aesresly walk. My salad was eto'tnaally mat.
doo ny ma a giooenyi on ware it not ivr ut.
blatv'a aklll and hi- rfUMdlaa.I woald have been
dead before thbj I aaa now completely eared.
P street, between Flftmth tad ailxteeath, Wath-
latgioa, u. u.
Da. TnaaLSTTi Your herb remedies art the nara-
gon of all thst Is greet la medicine. They nave
cured me after being glvta ap to die of the t yslpe.
Sin KKVa KlBViLt,
Fairfax ecanty, vs.
OuniqfQnigni, Pain in thn Bread, Dytpejwia, with great
This la to eertifv that I bar baaa troablad with
th above as med oomptalats Ibr several years. I
trM soms of our saott ami sent physlotaas In Wash
Ing ton, Alexandria, aad Oecrgvtowa.bat received
no relief I was persuaded fo try Dr.Tasabtety,
and la a very short time his herb saeilclne.eared nw.
Blaekimlth a bop,
Dytjtpria and Urer Oomplatnt Cured.
CharlM W. Ifarmsn. Metmnatttan Pallaa). Waah.
lagton, D. C.
Vurt rf an Ulcerated Sure Leg with mm kola.
D. TtTHBLtTV 1 1 hnvs bn ftrinr vonr harh itimI.
lclnea to cure a bad leg, with seven running sores, cf
several vears standing, which the doctors thosght
Icearable, and sropnutioa was regarded as tbe only
ultimate relief t osn new walk as well as ever. I
a C. Paasisa,
Fcrcnth street, Park Hotel.
OmtuMji tin Cured
Mrs Efward T. Tuntnatt. Nan Yard. Third
street, between 11 and N.
Scurry CWed , (a rery bad com.)
Jswei W.Lsrkln.Qoverament Printing Office.
Washington, April 9, lsis
this It io certify that I have been blind for two
years, and by me aid ot Dr. Tumblety's treat
ment I can walk all over Waihlnxton without a
oevtDin st reel, istbuu.
' 7b the Ladut.
BIy wife baa been a 111 toted with a disease peculiar
to her atx, f r three years Dad tried various phys
icians without any bemflt Dr. Tumb'ety has oured
A vegetable course of treatment presented by Dr.
Tumblety bu cured me of Consumption
U Ig Wagon Blaster, llh st, Washington.
DUtate tf (he TKnat.
Francis ticsla. Era , leader of the U. S Marina
Band, Navy Yard.
ToaJlamietad wlihBcrofola. Try Dr. Tumblety,
the Indian Herb Do jtor.
J. La l'fTCHIVSON.
Bee, J. Curtis Cured,
I would rcoovmeitd all who sre troabted with
General Debility, D spepals, Ac , Ac , to try Dr.
Tumblety, who t-u cured me
Ker. J. Ccbtis,
Dr. Tumblety hu cared my wife of Csnoer, by hli
uero rcnaeai-. .
J Car ar.
Near Falrnx Seminary, va.
Sore Xyd CVred
P. Maher, Bridge street, Navy Yard.
Dr. 1 umblety 's Herb Medicine has cured my wlfs
of the above mentioned disease
Kits brought on by Weaknea, Dyspeptia, Ccstive
nesi, Night Dreams, Ae ,c
large Tumor Removed.
JsmeeKIng, O itreet Washington, D C.bada
large tomor of a ea ceroua nature removed from hla
head without esottlng to the barbarous prsotloe of
cutting with a knife, u is usual in such ceet
Ktttale Complaint Cured.
Mrs. C. W. Blskemaa, Lang's Hotel, Georgetown.
Cur of Nervous D&Ht$
Frederick Itohleder.F street, corner Second, (Isl
and) Scntla Cured
J. Maloney( corner Fourth snd II itreeti.
Enlargement of tXt Heart Cured,
P. Do r ds.su Blxth streit, Wuhlngtcn, D. C.
J. D Lakeman, Blxth street, No 439.
J. Ltlrd, Watchman U 8 Capitol
lohnC ark. Camp Danoan.D C
John C. Day, corner Second and D streets.
Bad Cote of Jaundice Cured
John Hard, No. (00 New York avenue
Daud Dllon,412 F street.
Iferwut DebOtfy Cured.
John Donohu, No 60, corner C and Tblrd its.
Charles A. Courvelscr, Nsvy Yard.
Cured rf Chronic lUeate,
William Sultivan, oerner Four and a-balf and G
streets, Iron i ouadry, Navy aid, D. C.
Charles Wilson, U. S. Regular.
UenJ Dorsey, Twentieth itreet, below Penney!
Curtdof Jmj-Ut en the fate
James KeeJ, Twenty sixth aad L streets
Chronic Rheumatwn Cured.
M U. Howard, Tenth street, near Pennsylvania
Atthma, after all oter Dodort failed
H. J. White, No '4U, B street, sobUi iUc of Capi
tol Cancer Cured
J. Blackburn, Georgetown
Bad Urtauu, wtih Ntjht Sweats, Cured.
li. Haunsoh, No 417, Seventh street
J. J Kane, C street, between Sixth and Seventh
T11L INDIAN Hl.KB DOCTOU
will describe diseases and lell his pstlanta tbe nature
ot their oouiplalotii or tllne-s, without re-
ochtug any IctormaUoa Irom them
4Vu Chanjefor Omsultation or Advue
i-mce, No 11 WasblngtoD Buildings, Pennsyl
vania avenue, oornerot Beventb street
(THE NE.V NATIONAL.)
rsaatylvaala Atshus, asar Fourteenth Strt't
ruu humiri oWL
LaesAto Gaovaa Leasee and Manarnr
U. B. PaiLLirs ntigsMinager
LARGEST. "" "
HOST COMFORTABLE, aad
MOST ELIGIBLY LOCATED
Of all the places of amusement la Washington
The Manater takes pleasure la announcing to the
fvblM thittmlUr lamenr. Ubor uid iimIum
bla TbMtn li Bowitdf to onan with th. BOft
eompui of Hiiirioilo Aril u ihit Im .rtr ptr
rarnM u lb. CIDlUL Th. mmMriof th.MmDUV
b.r. bMa chMM for Ulr l.dltldutt mtiU ui m-
kmMld popiUrltj, nd ofthUDMlraArB tl
MOST BRILLIANT COMEDY COMBINATION
that baa rcr apptand oa th. AtMriaa. aiag.
The Maaaaar refen with srld. to lh. fallowt.a
well known . i
MIm lottr Hough.
Mill Jenny Parker,
MISS SOPHIE OlMltFU, MItS A O'ltUOX,
MI8S JULIA NKLSO.V, MKS HAND,
MBS J. S. KDWARDj; MISS BRAIHABD,
Mr. Daniel Netchell,
Mr. K. Li. Tllton,
MR. R H MPLDRUM. MR. J M. WARD.
MR II. B PHILLIP. MR WM BOKKK,
MR J 8 K'WAKDS Mil MARTIN,
MR. SEYMOt'R, MR HILL,
Complclt and Efficient Corps of Auxdiaritt.
TO KOBBOW (1 IIE8DAT) XVENINU,
April it, lira,
Seoond Night or th Eaatcr Holldajri,
FIB8T GRAND COMEDY NIOHT.
With lu St abl. pmlonaerf, will appear between the
rieoea, aad la a
OUAND BALCONY OONOKKT
The highly ainudog and pepalar eomtdy of the
(With ell tbe original muilo,)
and the langh bte farce,
J. J ,of th. VTr D.partm.nt.
laboth or which riecee the
Entire Ability of Company will be Employed.
riUCKS or ADMISSION t
PrrraU 1'oiea 9
Dnu Circle AO cent.
ranllj Circle 1) cent,
Orobetra Chair, 7a
Colored flellerjr I cent,
Colored Parterre 60 cent,
W F.DN KS DAT Second Night of the Select Com-
.if i otnpenjr aptl
FIRUS ATHKN.KUM-Joiih T. Koao, Pro
prletor and Manager. Jons 11 WetonT, stage
Managtr. Acting Manager, Joeeph MoArJle
' FOURTH WKKK or EDWIN POlSUKSTt
Kaater Manilay, April i4I.t,
Will re appetr In Dr ltird'a great iragtdf of
T II h O L A D I A T O It,
Moit poaltlTclyfor the lait lime
Ptuuarna John HtCulIough
Julia MIm Aaaiellraham
Wrni moat, AralL t3i,
E Iwln Porreet In Shakneare'a Celebrated Tragedy
Maod.n. Jchn McC.llonjth
Ladjr aiaobeui (Orel tune) ,.. jiua Atneni
Box office open Irotn B till 4 o clock
AnmsMor. Draa Clrele aad Panuettr. 71 oente.
Senndhau,(l; Orchaatra and BalcoaySeata.t ;
Prltata Beau, (holding eight,) lie; family Circle,
Doori open at 7 X, ,. uii. Haee at I aptl
O ANTE HBUHY.
(FormarlT thaWaahlnfton Aaaembljr Xooma,)
OPEN EVtUY NIUIII.
Tho Vlret Heialo IIBll In the World,
tn point of Taleat, and Iter pectabllity t
Crowded to i'a ulmoft capacity with an aud'enoe
CULHVA1ED CRITICaL andRKFINKD
AT THE (MEAT CANTERBURY
la the beet In the city. The artier, are of the
FIRST TALENT IN THE WORLD
PIRCIVAIS IMMENSE COtflllNATION
oontlauee, Willi an addition of
NEW STARS ANO OLD FAVORITES,
Monday Night and Etry Mjht (hit Wcik.
First appearance of Uie Iron clad Gunboat the great
Kooenttio Kthiopiao Artiste ot the Age,
Fint appearsaoe of the Charming aad Hsautlful
3VXlatsBS Ida SuvaI,
Her first visit to this city.
Immense Bill far thla Week me Illg
Bill of the acaeon.
OBSKUVK THIS 11UILLIANT LIST,
The EQUAL of which eaa be nowhere found la the
World of Amusements I
HVXlsBos .1VI.11110 3Bvo-v7ler'
The beautiful aad by far the most aco nipliahed
Daneem oo the stage.
ANO 11IB COUItr OK UKAUTY.
MUs Krsnk La Kolle. Miss Unit Francis. Ulss
Frank Seoor, Mils Lilly Br-ndo.MUs Jnlia
Ulchmd. and Uttle Klta
The Ethiopian Artists and the Washington Favorite
X. Jean ClosU, John Heany, Blaster Johnny, Syl
van Clsrk, John Bamtlton Barry J, Carter,
Mods bol, Iwis M. Clarke.
Admlaaloa 25 cents ; Orchestra chairs 60 oente
For Ladlesand Families, on
WEDNESDAY A SATURDAY AFTERNOONS,
at 1 o'clock,
When a lavish distribution of ELEGANT PULS-
EN1S Is made. Hlch and cstlr Jewelry. Books.
Toys. Fancy Articles, fi& SHARK CAKF. IUS
W Admission 20 cents , Children 10 cent
ACAOKMY OK MUBIC,
fc. US'), Pennsylvania Avenue, South S de, trttcem A'lnth
aifl limh ttrftu
Kvery eventag, a remarkably line
embracing selections f mm th best cluwio music, and
the most popular OI'KKAS, rendered In better styls
than In any other American concert saloon
The celebrated Italian Singer,
tlQNOR ANTONIO TIBERTINI.
Trims Baritone from the St Car o Theatre, at Na
pies, has been engased, and will assist the ent rtalo
ment of the evenlogwith the finest Melodies and
Songs ever produeed In this city
1 he guest and the pabllo are invited, and may rely
upon having jvery comfort they desire In addhloa
to the finest music In Washington, they will obtain,
on call, rrcm the atttntiva attendant, decidedly the
brst UKFUi.SUMfc.N1S lor sate In the redtral
Offluers constantly in attendance to keep good
Concert commeDclnjr at 4 p m
ap Sl-tl II LNUY ltOSKN I HAL, I'rop r
ODD KkbbUWH' II A l.l.I
HcYcnth Htrcct, nr Tost Uillte.
Ihepopu ar piaceol amusjmeiit.
patrotUid by the
lUUTII. UKAUTY AND U LL NTUY Ot Till!
Change of rtoyrammn Nightly.
SIosdav Kvaaiso, At aiL 21st,
COMPLIMENTARY II ES Eh IT
to the Leasee and Manager,
31 r. George Kunkel,
lly tbe Citizens of Washtngtoa,
when will be tiered
The mott Amunmj Bill of the tteaon
Atfmlsaiou 85 centi, Ueerved bea'a, ftO cents.
Bpl9 (Intel andStirl Agent.
TII1C UVAKEIt OUN
Toirether with other CURIOHI1IES FROM MA.
NASSAS.wlll be on Inhibition under Uammack's,
ourner hi rancniu sinei anu i'ennsyivania ave.
aue, above Wlllard's, lor the Benefit of a Crippled
Union Soldlir from Ball Ruo.
Admission 2A certs aplT tf
IUKSll KGUSt FRESH EQG3I1
100 barrels Fresh EUGS, warranted prime.
JUIU.S ft CO ,
apr is 8t
Corner Eighth and D streets.
. n&laar X3 ja-va
itoLErrm,n and RiTt5HEwrunNi.
TUBK T AUCTIONr - . ..
rn unwtlAV.tli 1t IfutABt. weahatt aallat
theruldenos tf Mh Kliia Canton, colored, at to
'olock.a. m ,ls "he alter nearStoth B street, bt
twwn New Jsrwy arenve a-d rint streH west.
jtbJ flag will detUrsate the plaee) sn eaeeUetit a.
lortme t of FnraltBre,vtii ,. -t
i Mahrgany Bofa, spring seat cnsirs ana acck
Wain at Bnokcae, Bn'esns and Wash C-otst' ;
WslBt Iligh rest and other Bsdst.ads,oakOfflct
Chi Irs , i- .
rhlna.Olaae, Crockery and Btove'WBrs "
Fiaied CMters.Spoonsaotl Forks, and Iroty IJan
A large l.t of Beddlag. Window1 Shades fat-'
trtete and Carpets
Tables, Cloek, Stoves, with a good lot 0 Kt'ehsa
OHEKN h WILLIAMS,
apn-ThAaat tStarttj AaettoaeeH.
BY WALL-aVBAHNARD, Awtl.,r,
Cor soath aide Pens av. and Ninth at r set,
OHnCRRtEJI. An . a Ancrtos On TUE8U T.
the I2d laataat, at 10 o'clock, we wtlt clone oat, at
Abcuoo. alt of Tucker's stook savea irons tnetira,
Bun Is gBger and Slrnp,
Bixei Tobaooo, Clgers,
Hama, kits Mackerel, Smoked Halibut
Boxes and bat rets Herrings,
Bjxes Stareh, Soap, and Candlea,
(. sun . Pickles anil Sanea,
ranee Whisky, Brandy Wine,
I Bitters, OH oocktail.Ac,
Barrel i Whisky, dlffereBt brand,!,
S and ,V Brandy
A quantity ot Sailer's Small Stores.
raes Boots, Un fershlrts. and Handkerchiefs
WALL h BARNAKD,
BV ". C. WfrOIIIRR CO., Ant tlOtlr.
ADMINISTRATRIX BALE OF MARBLE
YARD Oa WFDNE8DAY MOKNINO. April U,
at io oMock, I shall aell, on the premtaes, Pcnnsyl.
vaoia arenne, between First and Second sUeets
east, Capitol nil! the entire contents cf the Marble
Ysid of the late Mr Wilson, consisting in part
Head and Foot Stones, finished and nnDnUhed
Marble Monuments, Kfnrcs,:o
A cons'derabte qnaatliy of Marble and other
Together with the Shop, Pheds. Tools, Ao , ae.
1 erma cash
JAS. 0. MiUUIRE A CO ,
ap 81 St Auctioneers
BY OUKKW V WILLIAM . Awrtlnnears.
&ALK OF IIAMAOKD GROCERIES AT
AUCTION -Oa TUESDAY, the 12d lo-tant, we
shtll sell, at 10 o'clock a m , In ihe Upper Ra mi or
he Hio e of W, II, Upper man A Oj , no 419 Pmn
vylvanla avenne, wuth tide, between Third and
Four sad a half strteta, an excellent assortment of
Urocirict saftd from the tire at the store ot Sir. J
H Wilson, vU
34 boxes ol Malum A Ai ohor's Champagne
II esses very supeilor HoPand Oil
60 boxes Adamantine Canl'n brat brand
10 botes Paraffin e or Coal Oil Caadlea
vO cawa Branly Peaches
Demijthns old Rye Whl-ky
3 ne bttt clica sch)ce Black lea,
tirctn Tea n osn st ra
b boxes ot Mountain Dew and V'lg.ot Tobatco
11 boxes of Olivrs and Caf cri, beit brnds
lo.oon super or CI an
ltandfllon and othr Urontd CcflVe
Lot of. Low A Sons Imported Hooey and B'ono
U id or Soap,
With Urge lot of other art ch Id tbe Uncery
line which we deem ucntcerary to rtuaerat.
Ihe m'st of the abore mentioned cord are unln
Jured and are the best qual tv of Family Groceries
aoi8 d Auctioieers
BV OKVK1 A WIL.LIAMH, lucilnn
a,UUO PERPETUAL BI.OOMINO KO '
fie iiTift .arlfty and o.her Shrubbery at
On TL'EDA, the 'J3d liataat, we hil'
trout of our it ire, corner of btventh and I
(No 6i6.) at llo clock, a m
2,ooo fine Pcrpetnal Bloomltn Re
lota each lotcomprlam a gereral arf
lbs publio Is respectful y invited toil,
la a very choice assortment and will b
v-v.-' OKEEN A WILL
ap 10 ot . - -...,
Will be added to the above sale, a large v.
Fruit and other Plants, vli
'joOCurfntand'AH) our seasons Rapbrry Bur-
fiO Ooeaebtrrlea, SO choice Gnpe Vices,
3f)D e pi re as Vlgeleas, DeuUea Ao.
prrrans wlahiDg to purchase plants of the above
kints will do well to attend the sa e and p'esse be
punctual to the time, aa w havt a I .nr roid to
travel GKLLN A WILLI MS
ap 1ft- e Jlds Auctl 'veera
BV J. '. McGiriltK A ro Aurtlneitfii,
SUPERIOR UOUSMIOLD FURMTURh.
1-AMILY CARRIAGE. BUOOY HOUSE, nAR
NKSS Ao,AT PUBLIC AUClIOX On TUES
DAY UtUtNUtQ, April 2d,at lu o tlcck, at the
rendesceot Hon. J D Bright, en FPteenth street,
between Peun ylvatUufnue aid Hstrtet we halt
k'1 his 1" urnitvre snd LflVti, cot prll g
Ro ewood Seven octave Piano Forte
Handsome Crlm-on Brocat Ue-corered hofa
Arm, Parlor, and fc acoy Chair
Pair ot large slxe I- 'ecch Pla'e Pier Glasses
IUn-1'ome Minor Back Etegi re
Marble top Centre and Sola rabies
Crimson Mk Car tains, Cornice, Lact Curtains and
l.legant Brorze Mantel Clock, with Bronte Fig
French Rocker. Reception, and Fancy Chairs
B-ussela and three ply Carpets, Ungi, Oilcloth,
nik Hall Set, HallS ove
Superior alnat Mdeboard
l.xteuilon Dining .able
Walnut Dinhg Chairs, 8 de Tablet
Elegant Oil Centre P.tie forT.ble vtlthfsn
Superior Mirror Front Wardrobe
Handsome Walnut Marble top Dressing Buteaus,
Warirfb. Bdteads, To'le t Seb
t e ttber Bed, Bolsters, and Pillows
Hair and Husk MattretH'i, Blankeu
Iourgea, Easy Cbslnt, Rockers
Cooking and other Stoves, Refrigerators
Together with Ihe uiual aissrtmeot of Kitchen
AT 10 O'CLOCK,
la front o' tbe piitrUes
A large and bands me Family Carriage
Superior Blooded Horn, Grey Eagle, works flarly
In sinsle or double harneia
Uather top Buggy, Harness, Ac
1 erms cash
apr 1 d Auctioneers
BY J. V. SIcUI'IUK !b CO., Awctlonecra.
8AI.K OF CHOICE ROSES Ao , AT At (J
TION-On WEDNESDAY AFTkKNOON, April
Sid, at3o c ook, at the Auctl n Rooms tf Jas '
Mctjulre V Co , I tlia'l se.l about one triiustnl of
the chdio st k nda oi bardy, pttrpetnal blxmt'g
Roses, Magnolias, Camella, Jsponlcas, Orna
mental Plants, Shrubs, Fruit
And a gre it many other new nd rare Tlants, Ac
The attention of amsteuts Is Invited tolhleialt
whl li embraces as line a collection as ever wan
Hwlflt and urserymsn
J C McGUlUE&CO,
apis Mar Auctioneers
BV WALL A IIAItNAHD, Anrtloneer.
KM'LOU r.oi AISD8IARLEAT auc
HON -On WhDXfc.SDAY.iS o'clock m ,28d la
stani, we H1 l,ln frirt of the p.eiole,part cf
lit oee, S iuare &46, froailag SOfeeton Tenth f tret
eaft,nrt,r corner of bou'h Ca ollna aenue,and
runt-Inn baok 131 feet 9 Inches A good fence en
closes thi lot and stable
leims made known at sale
WALL A BARNARD,
Pr s Auctioneers
BY WALL At OAltN A IID, Aurl'ra, Cor. ol
Ninth atreat anil Pcnn. Acnu
On MONDAY, the S8th day or April, lbtu,at 1
o clock p m , by virtue of a deed ot trout rwxidrl
lu Liber J A S ,No. 09, lolloa V80, el sm , one of the
lacd records for Washington county, u C.,1 shall
tell. at the Auction Rooms of Wall A Barnard,
to the highest bidder, a portion of the tract ot Una
Situated In the oountyof Wasnlni ton.on the Sev
enth Street road, 1mm diately adjoining the toll
keeper's houe, at the drat toll gate
ft raw madti known on the day of sale
u u WARD,
WALL A BARNARD
mar Ti lawtw Ads Auct ionccrs
GOVICRNMKSJT BALK K CO'iOKMNKO
1IOR1KS AND MULKtf.
1 here will be sold at l'TTblio Auction, on TIIUKS
DA . , April 24tb, at ti tVrral, near the Obaervato
ry, 1 and Twenty Plrd sinn-t, a lot of 11 rvra
an Mules, oondtmned a unlit for inbliotervici
Terms uuh, in 0vcrnmut lurd
Captain A li U U to A
MARSHALL A PAGE, Auctioned
WisMiaoToM, AprillS,U(2. uplT-td
I pOR SAI.K A LOT OU Fifteenth street Wrt
1 bctneeaLaodM street. '. Ae( irout, Irontiujf
east, with a FRAME HOUdE erc d tbereoit
good location for a store Cbrsn (or caib Iin,uir
at no 3U t rneentn atrtwt a reouy upptwre
iyr iw aw
NEWQOODSI NEW GOODS I CUHIIIM.,
FursUblna Ouoala, Irunka, bata and Cspn, '
Northern prtoes, at No oevemu ree,ucar r
mar i d-stn