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LOCAL NEWS.
Eanrly l thouaM opltt of tta Bfpb
Moan at elfOuHUd among tht floating popviJ.
Hon Try day.btildet thalari a nnnbtrnrTtd
to ragular inbaoribara. XdvtrUMrt will Uk
note aoonrdlngly.
49-lfotleci of Harrlagee, Blrlhi, and
Deaths,
Ocourlog In Waahlngton and Georgetown, will
hfl printed In tfala paper without charge-.
CITY COUNCILS.
Board op Aldmmbm. Met lit uiual tlmt And
place.
A communication from the major wm read,
announcing the approval of certain acta.
Also, a comnnnloatlon from the auperln
tetident of Ibe Metropolitan Board of Police,
nuking an appropriation of 11,500 for fuel,
lights, A.cof atatlon houtei of the metropolitan
piil ice,
Petition were presented from W. H. Wl't
Mam, Patrick Boy Ian and fl. Kill Ian, for the
renilsalun of linen. Referred to tbe Committee
in Claim 4.
A petition was submitted from D. F. Mlllfgan
relative to Are engines. Referred to the Com
mittee on tbe Fire Department.
A petition was read from Justice Walter,
relative to the fine of Edward Cornell us, asking
a reconsideration of ita action. Referred to
the t'ommfttoe on Claims.
Mr. Mori , from tbe Committee on Improve
merit, naked to be discharged from tbe further
consideration of the proposition of Calvert A
Ball, relative to sprinkling the streets. Dia
charged.
Alao, from the same committee, a bill was
reported appropriating $45 fur the repair of the
bridge on North Capitol street, between N and
O streets. Paaaed.
Mr. Llnyd.from the Committee on Polio, ra
ported a bill to license George Stabler to keep
a liverj stable on square 374. Recommitted to
the s.tmo committee fur further Information.
Several bllts from the lower Board were read
and referred to appropriate committees.
A bill from the lower Board, for the relief of
Henry Lee, Involving an appr 'prlatlon of $128
for burial of smallpox o-tses, was passed.
Mr. Flatter Introduced a bill lor trlmmlrg
and gravelling 1 street north, from 8eventh
street fo Eleventh street west. Read a third
time and paused.
Mr. Moore, Irom the Committee on Improvo
ments, reported h bill for tbe repair and Im
provement of U street north, from Seventh to
Thirteenth street west, which was read and
paused.
Mr. Moore, from the Committee on Improve
ments, reported a substitute for the bill from
the lower Board to prohibit the erootlon of
white at d black smith shops. Passed.
A bill from tbe lower Board appropriating
1150 to pay the rent of the Metropolitan Hook
mid Ladder Company, was road and paaaed.
Mr. Fiaher Introduced a resolution for the
repair of the western wing of the City Hall.
A bill waa passed for the repair of the gravel
f otway on K. street south, from Twelfth to
Fifteenth atreet ens'. Adjourned.
Covmos Council. The president laid beforo
the board a communication from tbe Com rata
slonetswi Improvements in regard to the Im
provements of the streets, avenues, guttors,
Ac, ofthUclly; referred.
Also, a communication from the Mayor trans
milting his approval of an act for repairs In the
Council Chamber.
AUo,f.,rthe relief of the Columbia Fire Com
pany.
Also an act aullinrlznig the Mayor to cauao
water mains on Nlnclnriith street west, and H
atreet north, to be uoimeited.
Alsoanaot authorizing the Improvement of
Four-ana anan street.
Also an act for the relief of the widow and
lietrs or the late Thoa. Mtdrath.
Alio, a communication from tho Mayor en
ebbing the answer ofthoolty surveyor to the
res ilutlouH of this Board directing the city sur
veyor to submit an estimate of the espense to
lepair me Hvcnuoa, treeis, iiucwmm, aiiu
gutters, damaged by the Government trains,
and he finds that the sum of $63,727 wilt he re
quired for that purpose; referrod to tbe Com
mtttee un Improvements.
Mr. fthanhard nraaenlad a neUllon from oer
tain citizens asking that a water main be laid
In Eleventh street from Pennsylvania avenue
to C street north,
Mr. Edmonston presented a bill to revise an
act for tbe Improvement of M street north and
jiouoaary aireci ociwceu dikio aum xugoui
streets east.
Mr. Kimonatun explatnoJ the bill. The ob
ject is to open a road to the asylum.
The hill whs paaaed.
Mr. Wilson, rrom tbe Committee of Ways and
Means, reported an act to Increase the com
itnat1rm of ward nlivaiciant.
Mr. Edraonatnii u Oared an amendment, that
the salaries r tho noon Keeper, tax ciera, ana
the secrounes oi me two uoaras, oe raueu u
the original aLandard.
After considerable discussion, the amendment
was adopted.
Mr. Shepherd moved to rufor the subject back
to tne uommmee or ways anu neans, wun in
stntottoiiii to report separate bltts on those sub
ieots.
Mr. Lewis, from the committee, reported a
bill appropriating 3,ooo for repairs on Seventh
aireei, ip'tn u v me ouuuuairy.
After a long debate on the propriety of re far
ring this matter to the city aurveyor for eu
mates, the bill was passed.
Tbe same committee reported a bill appro
priating iwu ior repairs n rjgnin street wra,
irom M street north to Rhode Ialand avenue.
Passed.
Tbe tame committee reported a bill for the
payment of a bill of Mr. Pumphrey for repairs
on tbe eustern lock up In the sixth ward; which
was passed.
The same committee reported a bill maklnir
an appropriation for cleaning and liming tho
atreets, avenues, gutters and alleys of this city.
Passed.
Mr.Bhophord, from the Committee on Water,
roponea a out ior laying a water main aioi g
1,'evemn sireoi went, irom rennayivania avo
1 1 ue to C atreet north. Pasted.
The Committee on the Fire Department re
norted a bill anDronrlatinic $150 to nav the rent
of the Metropolitan Hook and Ladder Company.
raise a.
Tbe same committee reported a bill to au
tborlze the payment of certain bills against tho
perseverance tire company, rasaea.
The Committee on Claims askod to be dls
eh a reed from the further consideration of the
petttton of William II, Parker fur the remit. on
of a fine. Granted,
Tbe moutbly report of the Intendant of tho
Afyium was presented, iwierrea.
Several hills from tbe upper Hoard were
taken up for action. A large number of them
were referred, and tbe following were put
upon ineir parage;
A bill to refund certain fundi toIIuehMur.
ry wa taken up, and the amendment o( the
umier Board was concurred in.
A bill for grading II street north, from Fourth
to Seventh street west. Paaand.
A bill to autborizo the wall of the burnt
buildings on F stroet, between Fourteenth and
Fifteenth stroots north to bo removed. Passed.
A Joint roHnIutlon asking the cooperation of
ttio uovernmeni in too estauiiaomeni oi a paid
fire department In this city, with three or four
steam nro engines, raasea.
The Board then adjourned.
IbootlMK of a Prisoner
Jet.de B. Wharton, a political prisoner at the
Oil Canltol. was shot on fiundav. about 11
o'clock, hy Ambrose Biker, a member of com
pany C, 9i4t Pennsylvania regiment, who waa
on guaru a- me pnaon ai me time, ine priso
uer put his head out of the window, and he and
the guard got Into adlspute which ended In the
..JJIa. tilnrtlrtfr hi rtlaaAa a.nrl uliAntUMUrk..BlAii
suiuivi miuiufc, utm picba nun iiititiij t iiAriuu.
the ball laking effeul in bis head, which wound
reauiu-u in nis uaatn minaay nigni. Mr. wood,
tbe superintendent of tbe prison, Immediately
reported the case to Uen. Wadaworth, Baker
W.ts piauin unuur nrruni, i ne auair was y eairr
day morning fully investigated by (Jen. Wad
worth and Mai. Dotfter. and the teslimonr fullv
exonerated Baker and the corporal of the guard,
(wuu iiku aisu uunu im unuur nrren' j na iue in
anner Wharton wilfully and persistently violated
a known rule of the prison, (which bad always
been complied with heretofore,) and that too
alter repeated on1 era to obey. In obedience
to an imperative order of the corporal, and
after fair warning, the aoldier fired, while the
prisoner was tuing tne most tauuiuing ana in
aultlcg language. Tbe etleot was as above
stated.
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The Onljr TUIiir that Is Always Meltable.
It rains nearly all the time, nowadays, and
army others and othera whose duties keep
them out-doors much of the lime, cannot avoid
Bolting wet almost every day, except by sup
plying themselves with outer clothing that Is
inorougniy water pmoi. rr kikhjh ii irm oq
scrlptloa, call on I). W. Umberhine, No. Mi)
Seventh street, who sells all kluda or gulta
peroha waterproof clothing, and goods at
New York manufacturers' prices. These goods
aro waterproof, and are the ony goods that
may uiwjyatua utmct au circumniaiwa ue re
lied on a thoroughly waterproof.
I AMIMMMtl.
Oarfvki'iTifaanii l.TMsavetilnff Is Ihe time
Fflt (part for the opening of tbe new National
Tliatrsr,on Pennflvltaola Mveoue. nsarWll-
lard'i Hotel.
The ceooratlonsortne interior are all cm
pleted, tbe scenery and upholstery all finished,
and every means taken i advantage of to open
the liouso with tho greatest eclat. The pieces
to be producht are, thtil'Serlons Family," and
"j.i.,oi ine war inpsnment," employing ine
whole strentth of the oomftrfr nnmhtnution.
Mls$ Lottr Hough appears as the Widow Del
malne In the "Serious Family," and Mr. Setchell
aa Amlnldab Sleek; also as Our; Ooodluok In
the farre; The pieoes are both excellent, and
will be a great relief to tbe public after a sur
feit of the stage rbetorlo and lengthy elocu
tionary attempts I wtth which they nave bssn
Oiled for a lonv time.
Jbe members of the company km known to
iw among the most able and popular artists of
tne profession, and, possessing new faces, will
attract more than ordinary attention.
Mr. drover has thus far inrouud tbe at
tempts Of any other manager to establish a
popular and refined publlo resort! and, having
e very-confidence In his ability and experience,
we iei sure oi nis eventual success.
The location of the theatre Is admirable the
auditorium the largest, most t aantlful and most
comfortable In the country the attraction
greater than that fffered by other managers,
and we see ro reason why "ucoess of the most
unequlvooal character should not crown tbe
enterprise.
Those who Intend to bo present this evening
with ladies, nhould be In attendance at an early
hour or have their neat secured In advance.
To morrow ovening, being the anniversary of
the birth-day of Shakspeare, the management
Intend to produce, In addition to other attrac
tions, the trial scene of the fourth act of his
acknowledged maaterwork.
Ford's Athkneitu We am tmtv ituH ti
that Mr. Ford la succeeding so well In hia hnn.
tlful place of resort, the presence of Mr. For-
reii oaa given nis piace a woria wiae reputa
tlon. And no one la disappointed on seeing tbe
ne itly fitted up place which la provided. All
the acenerr and other aecom mini m ant nf
first clasi theatre are to be seen here.
iau mgnt a run nouse greeted the world
renowned Forrest In ihe great prize tragedy of
Dr. Bird, called thn " Gladiator," and It Is
needless to say that Forrest rendered his char.
acter of Spartacus a lih all the grandeur of the
author's noble conception. MoCullongh ran
died Phasarlus with excellent effect, partlou
larly In that horrible doxnrlption of the cruol
fiction or the Thraolars Miss Athena alio
toik the partofSenona itb superior ability,
To-hlght the " Octoroon.'
OjLNTKBBCllY HiLL. This Pooular mnain hull
waaorowdod last night, ilisplie the Inclement
woather. Tho two new stars," Mlsa Ida
Duval and Mr. Frank Rrnwer. (Hannr TTnrU
Tom.) made tholr first appearance on tne occa
sion, aim were ooin receivea wun long and
repeated vociferations of applause. Miss Du
val, we believe, made her first appearance In
this city, and will certainly create an Intense
excitement before she leaves It. Her voice la
a powerful and melodious contralto, with com
pass equal to that of somn of the better known
operatic slngora. Sac deserins much more
man a passing nonce, out limited space pre
eludes a further notice at present.
' Hannr Undo Frank " Is an AataMlihftH
favorite, and last night added new laurels to
nis aireauy viotnrious wreatn.
All the fivorltes will appear again this even
Ing In a new and npeci.il entertainment.
Odd Fkllows' Hall. Kunkel'sNiirhtlnffula
Ooera Troupe appears this evenlnir In another
new programino, several of the prominent acta
oi wmen are "Kooning tne nan," tne "Hunca
nan naruiiri," ann" Hunting on ine roto
mac." Tho audience In attendance last even
Ing waa largo and fashionable, despite the disa
greeable weather. Odd Fellova' Halt n,
i'tuhtedlv the uonular resort, nanar!!) nt th
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A Hart Case,
One of thoxe unfortunate cased, of too fre-
Qitnni occurronce. or misnuoed affect on. Aa.
aertlon and subsequent ruin, came to light last
ounaay.
losepmne uisiy. a mere cnua in annearance
was brought before Justice Ht ration, In tho
tentn pracmut, ny umcer Iiutton, on tho
charge of prostitution. She waa brought from
Philadelphia by her lover, a soldier in the Mat
Pennsylvania rextmenl, about three weeks ago,
and the vi.UIn left her at Matilda Wade's ranoho
on the Island, where he kept her until last
Thursday, when he robbed her of all her money
and Uft her In that mlsorablo den without
friends or home while he went to Philadelphia,
perhaps to ruin other victims by his devilish
arts, roor giru wnatcouia sneaor i.uinen
In properly and repulatlon and doserted by
him whom she thousht her beat frtnnrf. m,
means of getting back to her friends, and
ashamed to apply for aaatstance here. In her
I rani I o desperation nhe became an easy victim
In the arts of evil women and bad men, and
plunged Intoa courae of crime. Tbe cbargo
was fully proven, and she was sent to the work
houao for nlnoty dara, while the man Is aa freo
m eer to pursue bis work of ruin. As sum
as there la a just Cod in neaven, his crime will
not go unpunished. The day will Lomo whrn
me wan oi inai rumoa gin win ring in nis ear,
moro to be dreaded than tho curses of foul
demors.
Important ftoilcc Iron-Ulad Ocean
learn Itaint, and Vcstele fr Gen
eral Naval Warfare.
A naval arcbltocl. now In this cltv.ofemi
nent ability, haa tbe model, plans, and est!
mates for lronulad ocean vessels, that he de
al r en to n.ive properly presented t, and urged
upon mo niionuon oi ine navy department
upon Itsmcrtfa, he having no persoualacqualn
lance or Influence In Waahlncton to lunim
pllah that object. If rightly presented to thn
Department, it will douhtleaa be accepted.
tne piaoanrt) mi aimpio, practical, ana leaal
ble, and poaseaa advantages that would render
it capauie oi aestroying any vessel now alloai
including even the Merrlmac and Monthir
This can be readily shown, and opens a door
to Immense wealth in this country and Europe.
Tbe projector will deal liberally with ucrm
potent. Influential, aud reliable person, as lm
desires thn honor, more than the profit, that
ton uuw ir'iu mo nuuiiiiuii, insiant wction H
neceasary. An Immediate personal Interview
can be had hy reliable and reapontlble parties,
by addreanlng a note to JVatmJ Architect,"
wasnington rosi umce, appointing a time and
piace oi inteiview
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Another llumpas In Klcatlnc AI'cf,
On Sunday a aoldier named Michael Cuarde,
with about $13 In his pocket, went Into one of
the notorious dons of infamy In tho hIiuva
mmed alley, kept by Msg. Wheally. While
there, by their various heiliah devices, she and
two prostitutes named Pram Is Buyer and Kliza
Barry, managed to fitch from him about all hM
monoy. Like a prodigal after losing bis money
he began to repent of his profligacy and da
minded the greater portion of It back again,
as he considered he had been paying rather
too dear lor his whistle. They considered his
demand an insulting one and put him out 'of the
house; whereupon he kicked up u rumpus and
called ihe police. Officers Olbson and Do
Vaughn arieatod tho women and took them be
fore Justice S'ratlon. The gtrla were proven
to be prostitutes, and wore were aent to tbe
work house fur ninety clays, and Ihe woman
Wheat! paid back the money which had been
taKon irom uuaroe.
Orphan Court Saturday.
Tbe petition of Mr. Hunt, ot Georgetown, lor
the binding of a frra colored child named
Brown the mother or which child waa tree
camo up for the decision of the Comt. Judge
Purcell held that, the President having, since
the Uataesdion of the court, approved the ad
for tho abolition of slavery in the District (f
uoiumoia, tin oaae aasuinoa an entire new
filature. The father ofthe child Is now a free
man, and, as auoh, entitled to the care and
custody of his ohltdren, unless It could bo
shown that ha -a unfit to have tbe custody and
care of them. The petitioner waa permitted to
withdraw nis petition.
Hiding nn the Sidewalk.
A v lunteor officer and his orderly were
arrested on blxlh btreet. In the seventh ward,
yesterday, by olUcers (itbson and DeVaughn.for
riaing on ine pvea looiway. iuvy gavii iaeir
names as John Jones and Edwin Hart, and plead
aa an exousethat the Btreetswere so muddy
that they could not get along. Justice Stratton
nnea tnem t-' eacu,
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Uev. Dr. Hchafl",
Of MercersburgTbeologlcal Seminary, preach
ed Sui day evening In Rev. Dr. Sunderland's
church. adUcourse on the perpetual obligation
of the Sabbath The weather and a want of
notice prevented many from bearing one ot the
moatelonuentsermens ever delivered In this
ilty. Il Dr. bchaff could bo Induced to repeat
tne sermon, ue woum oe greeted oy a large
audience.
Personal
Ueut. Wm. K. Holloway, ol tbe United States
revenue steamer uiami, wen aouwn at new
port, It, I , to all lovers ot yacht sporting, as
'Thy Commodore," Is at Brown's Hotel.
BaUlmate Annual Conference of the A f.
Oi frlcafc Y?jrrcfcMtfth r CS
flATTRDAr: t&rn.-ljfet 'if-O.&'aJnelt ' ni.hfo
Payne in the ohalr. Jtllllons services were
conduTe4eibrBefr.ilff.30hslo,Ii ,",i t
The' firth nusatlonof theiensral minutes was
taken uo, vixi What preachers are admitted
on trial r
Iter. JtsnjamlnT. Tanner, lato pastor of the
Fifteenth Street Preabttertun ilhurnharu
presented by'D.'-W, Moore for adMiMlrni' A
lengthy discussion arose as to whether Mr
Tanner was to be received as a minister In full
connection, or as a probatlonlst.
The chairman deolded that he would have to
he received as a probationer In the conference.
His OAse waa then referred to tbe nommtttaa on
admission.
Richard A, Hall, of Frederick ettr. was re
commended by 8. L. Hammond, and was re
ierrea u tne same nommiitee
James A. Handy waa also recommended and
referred.
Jacob M loholson's reonmmendatlon waa fuIaH
out by the chairman, on the ground of Infor
mal ny.
Dab If Ql . M V rt..,..!. . t
inaiioiunHUi luvm in.vuuruu, wra III
troduced to the Conference by Bishop Payne.
hot, mm. n vriHiams presented to tne uon
ferenoe for lnsnectlon. the act of Incorporation
of the church at Ctearsprlng, Md,, which was
examined and approved of.
Aoeorueror toe nay was canea, vixt Tne
preambles and resolution o (Tared by A, W. Way
man, respecting the calling of an extra Gener
al Conference.
J.M.Brown, who was entitled to the floor,
said as the time (or adjournment was ne ar by,
he co old not now dlsouss the question.
James Lynch then moved tbe previous ques
tion. The whole matter was finally laid over till
Monday.
Tneuomerenoe adjourned.
Dld in a Hack.
Joseph Hickman, colored, of Washlnirtim. n.
C, and for some lime past an emptnyee of the
(Jovernment at Old Point, died suddenly in this
city yesterday, under tne following circum
stances i He had been In declining health, and
came up In the steamer Adelaide yesterday
morning for the purpos of proceeding to his
home In Washington, and took a back at the
wharf to rarry him to the depot, with a com
panion. When In the vicinity of Light and
Cross stroets he fell back In his so it and died
almost Immediately. The body was carried to
the Southern police station, to await transpor
tation to Washington to-day. The deceased
was steward on tho steamer Baltimore, and
leaves con-dderabie property in Washington,
uiMiimurooun, siti. .(
Pickpocket
Josenh Callahan was arrested last Haturrfav
by officer Campbell. In the house of Felix Du-
gan on G atreet between Becond and Third ata.,
seventh ward, on tbe charge of picking the
pocKot oi ratricc rnnnps. rnimpa missed his
pocket-book containing 133 In money, and
charged Callahan with stealing It, which he
stoutly dented, ne was taken into custody and
about $30 of the money and the purse found In
mi pofsession. wnicn answered ine description
given by Phillips. Jnrtlce Stratton sent him lo
jail ior court.
llobherjr.
Wm. Mundin, a butcher In the Centre Market,
waa robbed of S170 on Haturday. It waa In a
m ink book, and In turning around to attend to
some of his customers it was probably taken
oy tne iniof, wno oaa oeen watcning nis op
portunlty.
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Stealing; doth In.
O dicer Hannan arrested, on Saturday, a man
named Henry Thomas forsloalhicalotofclotfa
Ing from Thomas Peacock, who la a member of
tne becond Distrtctregiment. Justice blrntlon
sent him to Jail for court.
Mp From the high anil responsible po
riUoti cf the giver, Dr. Von MorchzHker s induced
lo pub) lull the followfrg testimonial, selected from
numcroi others given him la:e bid practice In thl-t
city:
TESTIMONIAL.
Matob's Orncs, Gioaaitowst,
Aorll 10.14K2
1 hli Is to itste that my hearing hsvlag been much
I m pt I red for some yt-ara pant, I pliotd my-flt under
iai proiuwioQii ircaimcm oi i tin an ntmcr.
Altera few week of his care, I cxrvrlmceJ ivu )
ttti-centlb e Imnravinient.iBd at thl time inv heir
leg ( as good as It his been at any time wl bin my
rtcoucouuiit aduiwi.
Hsror
Dr. Vott MosciiiUKta, OoulUt and AurUt.itl, Pa.
arcane. ap.i oi
Feet.
Thoae requiring the services of a skill
ful chiropodist should not fall to call on Or.
White, at 420 Pennsylvania avenue. The Poo
tor has lecolveda very liberal patronage In
Washington during the last Ave months, which
is owing to bis successful manner of operating
and the following moderate prices t Coins per
uorn,5U cents; uunions, nom si to fj. ine
Doctor hurts tho pocket but a trifle, and thn
toes noia paruuo. uive nim a uan.
Wliltaunrit, flv. 1J4 1'tnn, Avian,
la aeltfng original carlm da vxmie photographa
of Generals Hoott. MoClellan. Woo). Banks. Fre
mont, Butler, and others. Our likeness of
ttcuioiian is tne latest puousnea, ana is con
sidered the best in existence. Bee our photo-
grabs In oil and water colors. Also portraits of
distinguisneo men. Attention ot military men
is causa to our iiuiienutnieiiartypea, lorsona
log hy mall dec 13
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Win another column may be seen a few
of the mscy teailmonlalafrum well known citizens
of W Athlon ton, and they ireak louder thin soy
thing we could lay Iti with ple'iure we lay them
before a oandid and appreciative publlo Our peo
pie are tired ol tbeoile. Wheoam.n I tijk he
want the phjilcltn who prescribed rcmrdte that
are ure io cure iiini, nun furn a person n icuoa m
jc. i uiauicijr, iagin iicru iocior.
Come and kc for yoararveae lameurdtuflrrlng,
, j iuiuuii-iu nu ij nif , i4Jina idu tec.
LIg lit shall agslu the faded eye Illume,
And ry btalth the pallid chssk rcumo'
lit uund4rncutd(rum dlu und dcitn,
Uoke Uod a bUxemgi on 1 omblety,
I desire yovr pro'trste hcarU to lilt,
ovr bleeding wvunde lo cure.
And with thu treiiuren of nature's gift
Relieve the rich and poor.
The Indian Herb Doctor will dewrlba dUeaaea&nJ
tell liu palleots the nature of their cornplalbti or
illneaa, without receiving any inform t tlon from
mem. no cntrge ior oooauiiaiion.
Oilice ISo II, Waihligon BalldlDg, retniylri
nl avenue, oorner of Seventh atreet.
ap 19-lf
Rubber Uoorta atMsnufALturar'i l'rltes.
rur Ten Day,
Mlt. II. A. HALL will se'l Men's ttubber Over
ihoen and HaodaU for 80 crote per pair, Ladlea1
Overa and Handtla. 0'i Ct-ntJ o-r uair: Kubber Ton.
choii,m)0e oh, Hubi r Coiu, white and block,
S3 00 eacu, Bubbcr bhecte, (tj prottot cbltdrun'e
bvda,)&ocrntaesch, and every article made from
India Kubber or Ontta fertile, at oorreapondlDg
priccN,. iiivinuunuuvir TinreuuuiN,
JOS f cBoaylvsuis avenue,
spl"tf Bet Ninth sod Tenth at
Corns, llnnlons,
CallOfltlvt), Had NalU, Enlarged JolnU. and all dls
eases ol the tinman et, cured, without pstn or Ices
VI U1VUU. UJ
liU. WIIirK.8ue.OfO! Cmiiopoi.iit.
4W Pennaylvanls Avenue, between 4K and Ctb its ,
nuum .iu. i , fko' nu iiuur.
Office houra front 13 m loflp m
Oetteel and ae oar ate aiurimeot (or Laditta
Ladles and Utntleiuea aitenJcd at their renldence,
mar a wnen uonrcu
i
- k Ii HltClellait Pliatoirranh antt Am.
broiyptj Usllery, 040 Seventh atrett, lour denta
abow U,haa le ome a Waahlnston Inatliutlou for
I lie toon piesHlog cartel le viHtte it will be y ur
loea by not patronizing auch a perfect tatablUhnient.
47 We are pleaacil focall the attention
of our oltlzena and ol lera to tk McClellan ArtOaleru.
540 Seventh atreet, four door abwve U. 1 here Is no
other plsoe in tliU city whiro ao beautiful Photo
erapha and Ambiotypei are takn, sod where to
nraon poiiicneas is inown to cuaiomera.
49-Photographs and Ainbrotytica of all
ilzci are taken on a new pUm only known to tbe
pr prietor of the MoClellan Art OaJlery,34Uticventb
aireci, lour aoon bdovo u
1IK1I.
On the 20th Inst., Urinalun, aeuond son of
veaiey ana fcnen unorter, aged lu years.
The funeral will take place from tne rflRldnnoa
of Mrs. Maraball, on KBtroel, between Seven
teenin ana tignteenin streets, tomorrow
(Tuesdav) afternoon. at '1 o'clock. The frlenda
ot tho family are Invited to attend.
LOB'IOn Thursday evening, the lTth of April,
between the Ueneral Telegraph Office and the
Wa blngton Oymnulum A PACK AUK OF PA-
r ia, it- ui.uu wiiiiv nimynt. uvu Willi kU WO
cord, Ihe papers con latod cf two drawirga on
irac vk Hindi idq m PiwouicaiioD or oeaonpinn oi
them AHUirAULKUHWAUOWILLBl-fpam
on their bclBR delivered to Mr, WiMwaon. day
wticumu i iuo oiaiv ucj)riuicni f,i u u
pm.sn kuus i yiii.su kous i i
100 barrel. Freeh EUUB. warrapud rrlme.
JUNKS it CO ,
ar II It Corner Eighth and I) itxceU.
qivk amu wuvniUSiQilkUM'lM
- HUiriTAJ.
r.tllik.il la eoilorallT vttfe tk. rwoliMo. of ib.
fHpiUofJiIrH.lHl.
"Ai timbmy Jlotpllat. (horgdovm, April 1 1.
.D.l Iniuirr 3 nth Ntw York Vol. ..11
HMUhVoI,,,, 1 1'lh do do 10
M do do 1 Ki do do I
Tth do do o 97th do do ,,,, 4
ad r.nMalVolutMra a HUi do do .. io
mhMuuehiMttiTol. 1 Id Hw York Art Ii
Ihth do do.. 1 8d do .t 3
inn do do. .11 MthFmn Vol. 1
Hlh do do., 1 Mill do do 1
29d 00 do ,10 Old d dt I
Motkton'i Ilieh. Vol.21 iai do do to
Id Mlehif i. Vol 1 Mih do do 4
Itb do do isth do do 1
Id VTlMutulo Vol 1 M4 do do 4
Hh do do 1 Mtb do do 4
Id Rhod.IiludTOI... I MI& do do 1
4th lo Art . t 10M do do. l
ItttiNfw York Vul. .. o lit do Knot...
11th do do I 4th do do 1
17th do do 0 U'h do do 1
llth do oo 1 4.d do do 1
Ulh do do 0 lit do CTlrjr....t
33d do do 1 nd do do 9
m do do I tth do do a
4Id do do 1 lit do Ridel a
43d do do 1 4lh Cameron Dragoon. J
44th do di il tothlndlua Vol",. .
fttth do do 1 OAoer'a Mrr.nl 1
tth do do 4
(2d do do I Tottd '...IM
CClh do do 1
AI Ihntral NoipUal, Union HoUt, oarrur Brtigt
ami WaMnjlm liruU, Owrgtloim, April 11.
lltN.Y. Art 1
13th N. Y Volunieen.is
13d Penn Volnnteert . fl
Old do do. 4
load do do I
104th do do l
lit do Artillery., l
Kine'e Ridee ....3
7lh9fu Vol 1
9t& do do 2
lid do do It
Id Maine Tolanterra.,19
Stockton'allloh. Vol.. (I
3d MKh. Vol 1
4th do do 2
3d KzoeMor Hrlfade. 1
4th Vet mont Vol "..... 3
fith do do 3
6th do do t
Hott'a Batterj l
Cameron ftlflea 1
SlcnalCorn.., 1
nth U S. daralrr 2
let. do Chaiweurfl.... 1
l.t Lon liland Vol... 1
UarrU Lljht Cn.lrr. 1
HUB loKoirT 1
llth do H 1
tth do Art 2
inn ao ao .,,, l
litn do
do 4 I
2th do
aid do
Ulh do
do I
ao s
do..,
do.,,
do.,,
49lh do
toth d.
IHh do
Md do
a'lt do
ao
do.,
do..
9ld do
do 3
nth Mew York C.r..
3
stn ao ao.... I
t.t Penn Cnrtlr.... 0
3d do do 2
9th do do 4
It do Vul.nteeri.. 2
3d do do 1
do 1
do
do,
Tth do
O'h do
do I
do 1
do 1
d 1
d 1
do 7
do 1
'.an do
19th do
In no
t.'d do
',1I do
Total ,
1M
At Hospital at (Mvmblm VbOtjt, rfruUnoton,
lpra 11.
2d U. 8. Arllllery 1
21 o Caralrr 4
4th do do 1
tth do di 4
bth no oo 1
3d d Infantry 1
nth do do 12
'J 1 Milne Vol 1
llth.ii do 2
7rh MasriichuKtla Vol 4
loth do do. 1
lath do o. i
lit Bhode laltnd Art . 1
2d do Vol.. 1
2d Vermont Vol 3
3d do do 2
Ith do do ... 17
&th do do &
oth do do 10
lit New York Art..,. 3
7th do Battery.... 9
Ith d do 1
Ith do Caralrr ..ill
oth do do :t
77lh New York Vol... I
lit
do..
,a
. 1
uth
9id
93d
OXIh
91th
loom
I02d
do...,
do..,
do..,
II...!
. l
.IS
.10
do....
. l
Hi.,
do .
. 2
2
lOSd
do...,
lit New JerrerCar
10th do Vol.,
lit Penn. Artillery .,
M do Caritry...,
4th do do
th do do
6th do do ,
42d do voluntreni,
49th do
do ,
HI d
lath do
i 7lal do
' 931 do
lutil it
104th do
tl'ilhda
do...,
do...,
do...,
di.,
do..,,
17th New York Vol
1
17th do
25th do
do .... 1
do.... 1
Slu'Cillll ItlO.
uouleltan Uraroona,
3 h Mich. Vol
lOlli Indana V I....
a h Wlaoontln Vol .,
JIB,!) Vol
aoth
3Tth
3th
4M
41th
Kth
eld
7'ltll
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do.
1
3
4
I
1
do ....
do
do....
do ....
d.l....
do....
do....
1 Tout...
At tit. ahabtth HomUal, Bittern Branch
April 11
HthNew York Vol. .
3 h Verm'M.t Vol
2M New York Vol....
tut do do....
JllhN Y. Vol
enhl'enn Vol
7VI do do
MlhN Y Vol
lsih do do
431 do do
6th Wuronmn Vol..,
4D1h I'.in Vol
Ulh Malar Vol
lit U b Chaawnra .
aolhN Y. Vol
llhN. Y. Ar
Cameron Blue'
hzecMorArtlllerrVol 1 I
..... . . r i . '
r4m ,vw lura .... I
6'llN II Vo' 1
7thX. Y Vol 1
R7lh I'rnn. Vol u
lath N .1. Vol 3
Mth.V. Y. Vol 4
llM.ine Vol..
61th N Y. Vol.
II
Total
At Mount Pleasant Ueneral IIoipWil, April 11.
lit New York
1st do
Arl 4
Chaa'ra 4
OHhNew Yoik Vol... 1
looth do do 4
ll'h Maine Voia 2
lit do
l th Now York
Cavalry 1
ol .1
do 2
Ith do do 13
aki do
llh Michigan vou.... l
8Ilh
loth
tlili
4Jth
lid
6ilth
lt
null
7 hi
77th
l.t
Ulh
Hid
IMd
99lh
OMIl
III
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do 1
do 1
do 1
Ith ron. Cavalry.... 3
tth do Vo. ;
63d do
Mill do
8ulh At
1 lOlitdo
laid do
, lOilh tlo
lo 1
do,.,
do..,
do .,
do 4
do 1
do
do...
da
do...
do...
do. .
do...
ao...
do...
do...
do...
do...
do..,
Cameron Prairoorii.. .
litltliodelilaodllat,
4th VetmnotVo!
lit U. S. Inlaotry. ..,
2d do ao
llth tlo do
Total 114
AI Ueneral Hospital, Eckimjlon,) Washington,
V. (a, iiprtl II.
l.t New York Art 1
ith New York Vol 2
loth do do 14
103d Penn Vol II
lit U. d. Cavalry. 6
3d do do...
2'd do
37th do
do..,
6th do do 9
do I
do I
do. .. i
do 1
do 1
do 1
lit Maine Car,
mil
utH j. car
litMlohliau Car..,.
tthN. Y.l'av
SthPcnn Cav
IthMaloaVol
,d do Battery...
3d do do. ...
lit Mloneaota Vol...
1 t Btrdsn gharra'ra.
la do do....
llh Mich Vo
lit do do
MhU 8 Artllltry...
17th do mlantry...
IdD 0. Voluntean..
Total
41lt
ItUl do
6id do
nth do
6oth do
do
do
do ...
lo.
do.
do
do
Hit
Md
Utt dc
Mill) do
load do
10 Id do
107th do
ao
l.t Penn ArUllerr. .. 7
tlth do Volunteer! 3
73d do do 2
75tll do do . . I
At Dowlas Hospital, corner of I street anl Ntv)
Jersey Avtnut, Apru 11.
litU. B. Art 1
3d do do I
tth do Cavalry.. (aj t
3d do Inlaatry .... 1
6th do do 1
i&INewY.rkVol..,
4lh do
tilth do
69 th do
7iHh do
aath do
dc,
do.,
do.,
do.,
do,,
do.
do.,
do.,
do..
12th do do II
utn ao ao....
lit Maine Civ.,,.
t I Mtb do
3 I Oith do
6tn do vol 3
tthN. II. Vol 2
Id Vermont Vol 6
tih do do.. .(b) 1
MlMamaohtuettjArt. 1
IMh do Vol 3
20th do do I
lOlit do
laid do
lotih do
do..
lit N J Cavalrv
Cameron I lrafoone ... 3
lit Penn Car (d) 3
iuo oo uo
2M do do..,,., 3 3d do
lleieive
TalVa N. Y. Art 1 3d do
Ulck'nN. V Art,, .(e) I nth do
Vol..
do ...
do....
do....
do ...
do..,,
di ...
do...,
do ...
do....
do.
do.
utn i. Art 4 I3d
4tbNew lorkCav.,,, 1 271h do
ttn ao ao h 3iii do
litU. B Chaawura.,.,16 49th do
lit Lon liland Vole.. 11 I tw do
2dN l. Volunteer... 1 . eiit do
8th do
llth do
loth do
23t do
251 Ii do
34th do
41it do
4id do
43d do
tsth do
47th do
04th do
tilth do
do.
74th do
do 4
do 11
do ll
mh do
lit do
Old do
102d do
loith do
do 3
do....
do...
do..
4
2
do....,
do..,.
do
do....,
do
do
do
.d U. O. Volunteer. .. 1
2
3
4
I
tth Mlchlian Vol, ... 1
tth Wli. Vol 1
Andrew' Utiarpih're 1
Total 131
I I
(a)CbanUln. Ibl Captain, (o) V Irit Lieutenant
(d) Adjatantandgeeond LWulenaal.
flick ramolnlnj in the Hospital for ruptlv
iotuh,ih tutuimma, Apra ii.
2d U 8 Infantry 1 m,th N Y Vol 2
oth do do 1 Uaella Cavalry.. . 1
2d do Cavalry..,. 2 4th Penn t.av .. 1
tth do do 9 tid do Vol 2
r,th do do t 7d do do l
lit Main. Cavalry.... 1 107th do do 4
lit Mum. Vol i 2d Wliconiln Vol... S
IMh do do 1 loth Indiana Vol ., I
'y..00.. .d,": ' MU.4J Vrluotcera .. 1
tthN, II Volunteer!.. 1 in Iliroanbharv'era 2
1",.N..r ArUUer.... i UuarUruuuler'e Depi I
12th New York Vol... 1 Oltlien ,. 1
37tb oo do 1 Contraband 1
tin do do ,,,, 1
Hit do do t Total 49
JQer.ti'Biijni;iartUb IToSAbiotoi,'"
Jtpru ii.,
let U.S.
Id do
ith do
uaalry..,.
do
do
do
do
6th N. Y.Civalry..
lithe. Vol,.,..
62d do do .,.,
letbdo do
lit Minn. Vol
KdN. Y. Vol
3d Pen., rivalry.
26th do Vol....,.,
ttth do do
lit. do do
7td do do
Ith do do
nth do do
tth N. U. Vol
II Vermont Vol
'at VinnontCar...,
loth Maaa. Voll
Total
ith do
Ith do
lat V. .
2d do
Artillery..
do......
do
do
do.,...,
Infantry.
do .,
do
do
do
do
do
do., ,
ArtMery..
do
tth do
tth do
loth do
llth do
nth do
17th do
litN Y
Id do
Al General Hospital, Alsxanaria, April 11.
7dU. S. Infintrr..
7th new York Vol...
88th do do ,,. i
Md do do,,,. .1
Kid d. do.... I
90th do do,... 1
9lth do do,,,, 2
lit N. Y. Artillery... lo
2d do do 8
3d do do 1
llth do do 1
HthN.Y. Battery.... 3
llth do do 1
Indep'tN. Y. Battery. I
lat do Cavalry ...11
2d do ao..... 4
4tn do do I
tin do do 2
9th do do 4
3d do d...
Ith do
do t
do o
do 3
do 12
do I
do 6
tlh do
Ulh do
12th do
14th do
nth do
lit do Cavalry 1
Ith do do 1
tth do do 6
tlh do do 7
lit do Artillery.... 1
2d do do 0
td do do 1
tth do do .8
tth do do 3
w Haina volnntnra.. 2
id do ao , .. 11
Ith do do T
tlh do d. 23
litPann. volunteer).. I
Id do do 10
8d do di t
fth do do 1
7th do do 14
tth N. Ilnmpehlr. Vol 12
6th do do. 1
Id Manachuelta Vol. 3
llth dav, do.. 1
tth
llh
tth
7th
Ith
do
do
do
do
do
do
do II
ao..,, a
do t
do 18
do i
do 3
do t
do 21
do 9
do 1
do 1
do 2
do 1
do II
do 2
do 6
do 2
do t
do 6
do 1
do 2
do 10
do 1
do 2
do II
do i
do 7
oh
13'h do do,, a
Ulh do do., 2
llth do do., 1
lid do do..
lit do Art.. 1
loth do
nib do
ivth do
33d do
toth do
toth do
2d Veamont Vol 4
ad do do 2
tth do do to
tth do do 13
6th do do 6
litN J.Cavalrr it
li do Vtl t
2d do do 8
tid
do
I3d
do
llth do
17th do
Mat
do
do
62d
33d
do
3d do
tth do
ao 27
do 19
do I
6th do
72d do
llh do
let
do
lit do Art. 1
13d
93d
do
do
3d do do 1
sa New York Vol... . 8
96th do
llh
llth
llth
do
do.... 1
96th do
9th do
103d do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
40
do
do
do
do
do
do
d)
o
do
do
do
do
do
do
no
lo
Id
do
lo
do
do
do.... 7
do,... 1
do.... 3
do. ...II
do.... 7
do... .It
di.... 8
do.. ..11
do. ...II
do.... 2
do.... 1
do.... 2
do ...29
do.... 1
do.... 2
do.. ..27
do.. ..19
do.... t
do. ...29
do.... 4
do.. .,14
do.... 4
do.... 8
do.... 2
do.. ..16
do.... t
d. .. 6
I1....I2
do.... 1
do.... 1
do.. ..12
do.... 8
do ...It
00....16
do.
lith
Itth
llth
llth
104th do
lOith do
ao 1
do 13
l.lrlee....i3
Car 13
do 1
do 2
do 2
do 1
Artillerr. t
lat do
f lat
do
nth
Hit
23d
21
3d
do
do
do
I tth
.4th
2Mb
llth il"
Mtb
Iiwiu Indiana vol....,, in
27th do do 1
2d Mich. Vol 4
3u do do 15
I 4tn do do 9
' tth do do 4t
i lit do Civ 1
2d Wbtaoniln Vol.... li
3d do do 1
i tth do do 1
oth do do 10
I tlh do do 9
, 1 tConneotleut Art. ..14
Cameron llragoona.. 2t
MoClellan Dracoooe.. 6
i Stock on'a Mien Vol. S
Signal Corp. 1
8th llllnoU Cavalry.. 48
lit Mlnneeota Vol (1
Meal. Sharpahootera.. 1
Quartermaater'a em
.itb
28th
.9tb
31 It
3 Id
83d
8tth
37th
ittil
auth
toth
43d
44th
49th
Mill
1 2d
Md
ttlh
itth
61lt
13d
Uth
66th
nth
(,'lh
77lh
Cithern 4
do.. 21
meaioal ueparimeat., 2
i do As,,,, 1 Prlaoner of war 1
i do do.. ..21
i do do.. ..JO lotal 1112
do do.... 1
Bllt
Al Indiana Hospital, (i'atont Offlot,) Washing
Ion, D. a, April 12.
loth Indiana Vol..
M
lit Penn. Vol..
06th do do...
103d do do...
tth do do...
tid Penn VoU.
Out do do...
104th do do...
tut do do..
t6th do do...
Ulh
do
do
do 1
ltth
do 1
1
13th N Y. Volunteerall
47tli do ao .... J
Mil do
62d do
do 3
do 1
do 6
do 3
7
nut do
81st do
t
tin New YorkCav....ll
61d N. Y. Volunteera. 2
107lh do do 3
91.1 at ao IT
3d Michigan Vol 1
tn do
do..,
oath do
9Jt do
f6th do
looth do
77th do
.Lkt do
ao
do ....
do
do
1th do do 2
llth Main, vol
lit do do
Oneida Cavalry
McClellin Dra.oona.
no.,
do..
llth U 8. Infantry..,, 3
Cuniron llragoom... 7
t U. 8. hlurwh'ri... 2
2d do do 1
New York Battery... I
.-.I Virginia Vol...... 1
Citlien 1
lit un?a maaa t;av. i
Total..,
314
sit Attains House Ueneral Hospital, BaUbitoie,
April VI.
4th Wuooniin Vol.... 4 I
ltth Mix. Vol 1
lllli oo do 36
Ith Maryland Vol... .12
lit do Car.... 4
Blx Light Infantry..
th Michigan Vol I
'ilit Injiana Vol 2
tth Voimunt Vi I
i
mm l'eon vol 3
8"th do do II
67th no do 8
lOlit do do I
lit do Cavilry..., 1
2dU U. Cavalry ..... 1
tth do Avlllleiy. ... 1
Meamer Kaitern State 1
llth New York Vo'.. 3
2.d do do . 1
tlh do o... 2'i
'Hli do do.... i
till do do.,,, '
3d do do,,., 2
lit New York batlMy 4
10th Maine Vol 10
lit Maryland Vol 1
3d do do H
Citizen 1
Total.,
.113
At btwie General Hospital, April 11
2d U S Infantry. ... 1 ' looili New York V
ivthMilteVoluntoerdl jiih Penn. Vol...
ol,. 6
.... l
loth Man. vou I t.'d do
-(th do do 2 74th do
2"tb New York Vol... I ' 103.1 do
t'th do do..,. .6 101th do
do..
.... 6
.... 1
do .,
do....
do..,
.... 4
.... t
'ma ao ao,,.. s
'nith do do .. t
unth do do ...10
a?21-;t
Total..
BV CI It EK PI b WILLIAMS. Awcllonaari.
CHANCKItY 8ALK OK REAL LslATf.
amp InrEovwiMTi By virtue of a dicree of the
circuit court or tne iiiitrtct oi Columbia, in chan
eery iltilog, bearing data the 13th day of February
. II 1IJ I k.4l a.M.4 . m AA...im tliaaain dhata.lli,
.. .V mi, uiu ynwiTU iai a v alios luninu utrjjvuuiug
in which Joatph f. Howard la complainant and
Enruaim ltodbtrd and uitnra are defendant,! ilull
offer lor aale, at publlo auction, onTUUKSUaV.
ine iai uay ui any, a i ibo.iq irun. oi ine preui
iaea. at a oclock.i m all the ilzht. title, laieruir
and eatate of which Ebenezer Kodbird waa aetied
and pcBned at the lime of hla deoeaae.of.iaod
to the following property, or lomjcbailiautnoleni.
tu Will
Lot numbered alx (t In (autre numbered lix linn
dred and olu, (toi,) corner QuthC.itreet and becond
tret weat
Lotnumbtrad three (8) In iquare numbered live
uu area enu uinei nine, ,) ooraer 01 bvuih i
atreet and beoonri street weat
Thee utt half lot numbered eight (8) in ajnare
numoerea lour nun urea ana umeiy ddv,iv.v,j jr di
Ine; tntouth K atreet, between Four ana a half and
blxth itreeta
Lot numbr(d ftiuiteen il ) la square numbered
nine haodnd ana eighty thne, (V.i,) frontittf on
Twelfth atroct tut, between ntrlh F and north li
.street.
And part of lot numbered thirteen (13) la tviuire
numbered alx hundred aod twenty, tJ,) to wit t
liteaouth ttlrty iix,(.J6,) feet lrc-nt of eaid lot
thirteen, (is,) txUndlag back with that width the
nu ire depth ofaald lot on 1- Irat atreet weat, batweea
north L and M lire tie all of the plan of the city ol
Wuhlagton -a portion of which property U iiu
proved
rhe aale will (jomintnct at part lot S Ufouare 409,
on Muth K, between tour and a half and Sixth
at'eeti.and continue fiomday to day until all J
old
Krmiof a le Una third cuh , the realdue In
three equal inrtalnen'a of fix, twelve, and eighteen
inontlu , the purahaaer giving hla notoa fcr the de
lkirred uavmeiita.endor.td to the aaiiifnoiloii or Dim
rut! tru.Uie. and btailnir Intereat fram rhe dvir
a lie Title deed to be retained until the whole of
tne purciiaae moneutj paid
All conveyancing ft theonat ofpunltaaer
AUttUKY LLOU),T uMec,
OltEKN fc WILLIAMS,
ap 10 3Uw idi Auctioneer!
K
U1H KKINOL.K 'H OOMK.
Just receiving, the Urgeat atookol
FANCY GOODS
In WaahlugkOu
Writing Deaka, DreadiDg ta-ei, r rlluiloi, Direc
tion and Alphabet Ulockrt, Uanie., 1'botO
graph Album., Gift and .Ubioct'
lancoua Hooka, tn great
vane tie, at war
ratei
Call and aee, at 11 KPtihUUtJ
Ileadaaartera,
deo 'il Cornet Seventh and D itroeU
NKW aOOUdl NKW GOODdl-CLOTUINU,
Hirnlahing Uooda, Trunka, baU and Cape, at
Northern prtoea, at No. 400 Hrveoth itrtet, nu F
mar vt am
"AMDSBMKMSr
aROVHR'S THHATRX),
(THE NEW NATIONAL,)
FennijlTani. Artnti., near ronrUanth ltr.il
euiu niuiiai Jiot.1.
I.aanAiD Utovaa TLeaaea and Maaafer
ii. a. rnutira st'ji atmajer
1NAUUUAL rKKfOltHANCB.
flnt appearance of the Comedy C'ombinatioo.
A bAKK CUHKDY
A HCKKAMINU COMEUIKTTA
Vint aopearanoa of the (Ireat
JVLm.rSxxo Elmsatdli
Wltn Iti 3 Silllfal orKmnera.
UKAH1I UVEKIUHK D'IKAUUURATIU.,
MUNBTKB BALCONY COHCKRT,
(Prerlo. 1 1 perforanarie,)
Na,W INTHK icrB atUSIO.
Tho fMrfornuuee. ol thla
TUESDAY EVENINa.AntIl.22d-. 1862.
Will otmmenoe with Ih. dellxhtful, Loanable oom.
alr
oi ine
Merlons
Jfamily,
Mill L.ottr HoukN,
an-Aa th. Wld.w Delmalne.
miss honiiT; uihdeb,
aTar- Ai Imma Torrenl.
MISS JULIA NKLSO.N,
Mr Aahtri Cha. Torreni.
MltS. 8. OUtMON,
jVarAeLady Creamly.
Mr. 0. Hetchell,
n- Aa Aminadab Sleek.
Hit. 3 M. WA11D,
w Aa Captain Xaaulre.
mr it s.hf.lduoh;
0f Ai Cbarlea Torrena.
SELECTIONS BY THE MARINE BAXO
To conclude with the leufh bl. comedietta, entiled
J. J., or the wir ueDiruieni
Mr. 1). SkTCUELL u........Ony Uoodl.ak
Doora will ba opened at 7 o'olook; to commenoe at
a o 01O0K.
PRICES OX1 ADMISSION!
rrlrata Hoaea
Irreu Clrol.
family Clrol
Orctieitre Cbalit
Colored Oallery..
Colored Parterre
16
to oenta
SI eenta.
75
It centa.
to oenti
WKDXKSDAY-A Soeelal l'erformanoi In honor
ol th. lllrth t'ay or i liuam snaKlieare.
ap i lirJ
FIRD'S ATHENiF.UM Jo T. PoaD, Pro
prietor and Uanager. Johw 11 tVatonr, Stage
Manager. Action Manager, Joieph BIoArdle.
FOURTH W Ek.K OP THE (I HEATFS r Ll VINO
m.UKUu.t, tutviH ruitur.sii
llilt TUESDAY, April SJ,
Tho Ureat Anerican play of
Ttic ootoroon.
Fiio Octoroon
'A?lio i
i uctoroon,
LIKE IN LOUISIANA
Wrtiaainar, AraiLlSo,
EDWIN FOURhST a MACBETH
Lady Macbeth (Brat time) M lie Athena
rnnaitill. ArutLl'lii
KUITII KlItRL.sr aa VIllllINIUS,
TDK ROHAN FATIIrlt.
Illllna John McCallruih
Virginia him Alhena
Servia Mn. Ada Parker
Box office ont-n Irom 0 till 4 o clock.
Anutaiioif Dr. a Circle and Parquette, 7t centa,
Seeurod braia,!1. Orcheitra and Balcony 8'ata, I ,
Prlrate baaei. (holding light.) tlo. Family Circle.
zo ceuti
Doom Of en at 7,v Curtain rmri at I ap 82
0
UO rKLLOWl' HALL!
Hovcnth Street, near Poet tlflle..
CliLKIIKATION OK TU E EASTER HOLIDAYS
UNPBECEnENTED HUCCF.SS
ICCNKXIl'B
Nightingale Ethiopian Opera Troupe.
Who will appear on erery er.alng
F'OR A FEW MORI MHJIITH,
In a number of
BURLESQUES, DANCES, SONUS ACTS.Ao ,
N.T.r before pr.aanted to thl. pabllc.
Amliiloa it and to cent.
SMree commtnotf at a o'olo k
AI.'EHT CAR3EDY,
iftl (Starl Agent.
O ANTE RBTJRY
(Formerly theWuhlngton Aaaembly Booma.)
OPEN EVERY NIOIIT
The Viral Muilc Until In Ih. World,
In point ol Talent, ard Reipeotablllty 1
Crowded to I'a ulmo.t capacity with an aud ence
CUL1IVATED CRITICAL and ULrlXED.
The perlormai.ee
AT THE UREA1 CANTKIIBURY
Itthebeatla the city. The ariUtci are of the
FIRST TALENT IN THE WORLD
easter"week.
PEltCIVAL'S IMMENSE COMBINATION
oontlunel, ulth an addition of
NEW STARS AND OLD FAVORITES,
MoDilay flight and Every M?bt Ibis Werh.
Firataiipearanoeoflhe Iron .lad Gunboat tbe great
L'aaaaliU If 4rlAII.H A.tldffAAlltSal Ara
4CVVCILJ1V ffdlt!BU!Baaj niiiDio v. a ..mj,
l'UANK 13Itt.WKlt
Klnt appearance of the Charming and Beautiful
honcrtrral,
XaXlaaa Xclo. Suval,
llnftM vMttothnclly.
Imminii UIU for thla Week tba Ulg
UIU ofthe neaion.
OBSERVE THIS BRILLIANT LIS I',
The r.QUALof uhlcti can to no hero found In Ihe
wo'm ui Amuicmen'. i
ZatXlaataat IVXlllio Fowrlor
Th. beautllul and by far the mod atci lupliihed
jianMUM on ine nag. ,
AND HIE CO UIU OF BEAUTY.
Mill Frack La Folli. Miaa I.llile Francli. MUi
rrank bucor. niiia Liny nrn ion, him Julia
Rchmi"d, and little Ella
Tbe Ethiopian Art'at: aod the Waihtngton Favorite
DIUK PARKER.
M. Jean Cloakl, Joho Heany.Maiter .lohany.Syl
van Clark, John Hamilton Barry J.Cancr,
Mona Sol, Lewi! M.Clarke,
Admlailon lit cent! ; Orcheitra chain to ccnti
AFTERNOON ENTERTAINMENT
For Ladleiaod Fiinlllea.on
WEDE3DAY fc SATUKDAV AFrEUNOONS,
at 8 o'clock,
VChmn . l.vUh dl.tributlon of ELKGANT PKKS
ENTS la made ltlch and c fatly Jewelry. Hooka,
Toy. Fancy ArUclea. 925 SH. kk UAtvr. iiaa
KE1
jT AdmlMion 20 crnta i Children 10 centa
apr'all Star
Thk waiiin.toi
acaukmy ok muj1c
y, 'iJ, i'tntifilcanla Aienue, it ulh S dt, Utvxtix Kinth
aivi jrwi iirrru
Every evetiog, a remarkably tine
Free Concert,
embracing election from tin beat clatblij niualc, and
me moat iotuirui'rii.s(reiiuen:aiii Ufiieraiyi
than In anv o hr American corcen taloon
lit olbraied Italian Singer,
81 Q NOR ANTONIO TI8ERTIN',
Prima Ilarltone ft cm tbe St Cir o Iheatre, at lVa
plea,ha been engaged, and will aaniattheent.rtal.
mentof the emit re; with tbe tloeat Slelodleu and
tionga ever produced in t hi dry
The guest and ilia pobtlii are Inv ted, and may rely
upon having :vrr cmfort they deflrc la tdJl lo
to the lliieat muilo lu Washing .on. they will oMito,
on Call, from the aiteatir abundant decidedly the
b at lti;Fi:EHME.N1H lor aale in the Federal
Metropolia
Oflltri oonittantly In a'tenJancc to keep good
order
Concert commenclotr iNp m
ai 31-tl II UNI I Y UlKhKTIAL, Frop'r.
FTIOX
i raaa'a. ata., mobtb ami, iitwiu twatrra
ana tkibtibmth arraaita.
EYE.QLA.SSEg.withlhtia'eDuli.el'ttbblci'aua.rta
Lenaea. oorreotlv Qtted M thi particular condition of
the orgau of Sight
MlCUOSCOt'ES.Ol'EUAULAbSES,
MILITA8Y FIELU ULASSEd
COMPASSES. SUUVF.YKtt'S
And MATHEMATICAL INSTUUMENfS, kc,
At the Lowtat Km tern l'riota.
mar 19
"I1TANTS.-WANTEO, TO HAVE EVKKY
VV body to kuow that tliey can buy Clotbii-g,
VarnlahlDg (lft4Ja.Tru-k, llata.aod Capa. at the
lowart priw,atiMnU'.,No t)U oeveatU atreet.
KHANKMN ito oo..
l :ru a .
nar w uam
"AUOTlON-itbfcPr
'nJinki'HiA
BY WALL A III
1 i;or oithil
QEOCRIIIEaa.
UNA nO. Aclloi.n.
aide Fenn ar and Ninth tret.
At Aoctioi UatTUBSUAT.
mi, iu w oiuvai. wv win iuv um, n
of Tuckir'i Stock eared from the Are.
frilii.f
PtrreU Sogar and Strap.
hove Tobacco. Clx ar,
Fama, kit' MaUktrrl, Smoked Ha llbnt
Eoxea and baire'i lleirlnTTiT"
Itjxta flfarch. Soap, and Candlea,
Catnu , Floklef and Baipet; " V-
Caaea Whiiky, Brandy Wliat
ilttera, Oil cocktail, ie. fmi
Birralt WbUkr, diffarent brandi, ,"' ' '
, and U Brandy
, ALSO, , ;
lonanUtrolBatler'aBMllStoref. "w '.,,
I AL80, .
ai noota, Uaienhlrta, and ITtndkmhf'A
flaapendert, Uozee, Ae. ' J
phi
Auotionfere
Aocfioa. fell
DY GltEKM U 'W1M.IAMM. Aa.rtlonrra
DlftALF. OF DAMAORD nitOCERIEl' AT '
AUCTION -Oa TUESDAY, tbe t?d iBtant,w ' J
ahiiJMll.a'loo'eloeka m.,ln the Upper Rn menr
thi $ ore of W. JI. UpperramAC)., No 419 I'rnn
RTlranla atenae, aontn aide, between Thld and
Four and a half itrfet. an excellent aerortm,t or
Jronei aared from the fire at the atore of Mr. J
B Wilaon.vU
89 boxea of Mnmm k Atcbor'a Cbampagne
11 casea Terr an pet lor Holland Gin
60 omm Adamantine Candle beat brand
10 boxee Paraffin cr Coal Oil Candlea
SOeaaea Brandy Feaebea
Demljohna ml Uye Wbl-ky
3 ne hatrchee'a oho'oe Black Tea,
Ofeen Teia n oantat'va
b boxee ol Honntain Pew and Virginia Tobacoo
12 boaee of Ollrre and Camera, beat branda
lo.ooo taper or CI 'an
Dandelion and ether Oroniid Crffte
lAt of Low A ani Imported Hoeeyand beoarn
WNdorHoapt
With a Lrge lot of other art clea In the artery
linn which we deem aonoe.ary to taaaurita.
rtrnia cath
The m at cf the abore mentioned tot A ar itnln
Jured atd are the bett Quality of Family Qrccrrlea
aalt d faction eera
BV OUkVKVtatCWIIiLTABfS, uc'nBtrri.
4.000 PERPJCTUAL ULOO)IINO ROIFRof
!& fineat varirty and other Sbrnbberr at Anciloa.
On TUESDAY, tbe MJ Initaot, we -halt wit. In
mat or our a tore, corner of Seventh and D atreetf .
(NO &20)atllo'olock,a m
2100 flna rirpetual Uloomlug Kom Buibei, la
lot 4 eath lo eomprtain a ger era! variety.
Til PnbllO la reitx-Ctful V invltrd to the aatt. aa il
I) a very choice aitortmrM, and will b Id t hout
rraerve (J KEEN k WILLI AMH.
ap 19 token Auctluute
Will be added to the above aale. m ler rarl tv of
Frut and other 1'Ianta.vli:
vou i urr ntaaa'aWO'our MMODaBaiibrrry Huttira
KO noeaebirrlfa, W choice Urape Vfiea,
.iw) tfplreaa, Vlgelcai, Deauea Ac
l'tno-ii wlNhlnir to tnrchui nlantaof th anbia
Viitd will do well to attend the aa e end p'eme be
tunctual to the time, ai w hav a livg rotd to
travel OltF.EN k WILLIaMS.
apia-eoade Aucti mere.
BY J. C. MeUUlKK A. CO.. Auril-rM.
StTl'EKIOIt T10UH!IOLD FUltMTL'ltV.
FAMILY CAUKIAOK. ItLMifJY. IIOKSK. HA1E.
NESK Ac, AT FU1ILIC AUCllOXjn TUE8-
UAY MOUNIAO April 2.d.at ;o o'clock, at the
a.-lj4)aeia Al linn I ft llalsli. A VI . ...... . .a..
IIFIU1UV. VI -. V M HllUI,VII f liHTMHI Mirtt,
between Fennylvaiie avenue aid M atreet, we i ball
vii in urnncrc inu cumx. cvn MniPg
itotcwoou raven octave nano r uric
llaQdaoiue Crimen Brocat He coered Sofai
Arm, Farlor, and Fatov Chairr
Fair of Urge aiie French l'ia'e Fler (llafara
Han t-ome "4 trior Buk Ktegtrr
Marble on Centre and oa1aM9
Crimson i?lik Curtain. Cornice, Lao Curtain, am!
Fixture i
Elegant Bronze Jlantel Clock, with Broant Fig
urea
French Kocker. Reception, and Fancy rial-n
BrtiMfla and Ihreentr CarMtv. Bart.Oladoth.
and Mittlng
uaa nan hci, uan ore
Superior alnut tflleboard
Kxtenaion 1 nlnr Tabic
Walnut DlDirg Chtln. H de Table
El it in t Oil Ctttie Fxce forTtb'e vitl.t'mi
d lebia toroa ch
Hupcnor aitrror Front ardrooe
llandeome Walnut Marble top Dreealn; ltnreiui,
Wa bat an 1a
Warirob!. Bdteada, To let Hcta
Feather Bed. Uoliten, and Fillowi
Hair and Murk Hattrna a, Blankeu
Luuegea, Eaay Chair, Itoekeri
Cooking and other Stcvea, IUfrlKemtt-ni
Together with the muel a-ejortmeat of Kitchen
lUnuinltea
AT 10 O'CLOCK,
in front o'thepmrlaet
large and f anda-ire Family Carr'age
Huverhrltl'O.e'1 HorM.Orey logIe,wrka llnrly
In aloe le or double harneae
Mather top Buggy, Harnea, Ao
Termi cuh
JAS. C McOUlHUACO,
apr 18 d Austloucf re
XMatuxro JDayM.
II HOUSEHOLD ND KITCHEN FFRNI
rUBE T AUCTION
Oa MONDAY, Hie SIM ln:ant, weahell aellat
the realdence ff Mr Ellzt Ctnten, cloieJ.at to
o'clock. a m, lithe alley nearSuth Batreyt.be
tween New Jersey avenve atd Flrat etreet wfat,
(the flag will delgtiate the jlace) an exoelUntaa
tortme t of Furniture, viz
Mahogany Uofa. Spring aeat Chalta and ttrclt
Idk
Walnut Hnoki,aw, Bureaua and Want. Closet
Walrut Utah Feat and other Bedntradf.oak Office
Chain
China, (Have, Crockery and Stove Ware
Dated Catera,SpoonaaLd Forks and Ivorj Hun
dltdKnhea
A large Lt of Bedding, Window Shadta Mat
trma and Carpet
Tablea, Clock, Stovea, with a good lot or KPciien
repulattte. Terma caab.
GREN A WILLIAM,
spTl i-h aAaSt HtarJt A'tcUoutw.
nr The above aale lpntponed,lncoDrcqneirett
tb raln.uutinVEDNESDaY, Vki i-fant aiuif
liou' OBEKN A WILLIAMS,
ap?2 2t (Star lt Auctlou-era
B ...V, HMIUUKlCO.,an'ltutt.r.
ADVIMHTRAIKIX SALE OF MAKKIF
lAItlJ Oa WtDNESDAY MORNING. April fl,
tvtluo loik, I ahill aell,oi the pMinfHt-, l'enuy
vanla avenue, between Flrat ard fe-oiid utrii-t
eaat. Capitol Hilt th eHlre contrnu r the Marbv
Yard oi tha late Mr Wtlaon, couantlng lu jmrt
oi
Head and Foot btcnea. flcUhed and uuilnlahed
Marble Monument, Flgurea,6
A cone derable quantity of MarbV and ether
Stone,
rccetlier ltli the Shop, MiMa.Toila.Ao Ac.
lernmruoli
MAKOAItfTWII.M)V.
AdroinlftratilK
JA4.C. Mct.UlKKACO
ap 2t Jt Au:ttodeet
BV J. !. M.UI'IIIU t'L CtK. Awetlotitere.
8ALE OF CHOICE KOHRH Ao , AT AVO
TION -On WEDNESDAY AFTEHNOON. Apr.l
Wd.at 3.Vcoc,at thu Auctl n Kotnia ut Jan
Mcduire .V Co , 1 ahall Mtl ubou rt th mm J ol
the choio at k nda ol ardy,p)rIetuaI tl-ttnl g
Iloftfi, Mafrnolta. Uamella-', J.ipunicaa, Ornt
mental Plants, Shrub, Krult
Trees, I.vfrjrivfna,
And a gret many other new ml rnre 1'Untn, Ac
The attention of amateuta la Invited to thUnt!
whhh embrace aa tine a colltctiou aa ever win
offered it tbldcity.
A .UUlilN
1-lorUt aad Nuraeryiutm
.1 C McGUJ&F.ACO,
apIS lstr Auctiouter
BY WALL M IIAHNAMI), Aui tl.mt-r. .,
KNCLOsl-DIOl AND hi ABLE AT AUP
TiON -On WEDMbDAY(13 cluck iu .sul lu
ttan , we vi PI el , In tin t of ihe prrtnW, part I
Into e,N)uare U4&, lYon ing tV) fteton lintfitirtt
iMt,nar curDer of bouih C'a.ollna atru-. unl
luniiim bauk 131 fevt Inchca A irouti ffirnam
cl if a this lot ard atab'e
leimamaile inowu at mm
WALLA. BAKNAUD,
apr IS Auctionefia
BY WAI.I. ABaHNAKD,Auct'ri,tor, nl
Ninth atrtet aiaifl Ptnn. ti.nu.
On MONDAY, the Uth Uy ot April, lu nl 4
o cl.Tk p m , by virtue of a deed ot truat nri tdul
tn Liber J A a ,No. wjolloa 8o tti ,oi-ot thf
land record for Washington county, u C , 1 abalt
tell.at the Auction Boom of Wall &, Marnnd,
to the highest bidder, a portion ol the tiact ut lata
catUd
"FLE4SANT VLA1N8,'
Mtuattd in the ocuutyor Waahltutuu ou tli Ser
cutti fc.lt vet road, 1mm dlately adjoiriua; tue toil
kepr'i houe, at the drat tali gate
Tfiiu luttuv kuoah uu uie uv ui i-ttia
U B VTAHD,
Iruslre
YALL A BAltNABD
mar S9 lawlw&da ucuoutTi
GOVaCUNnKNI' 8AI.K OF CO UKM-IKI
1IUUNKN AVI Mti-t.h.
There will be aold at l'ubllo Auetlua, on I HUKS
DAY, Aprtl 24ih, at to- Cenal, near the Ob.Wvi,i
rv a' .n.t lutfnlr tMrd alrtn. a lot i f 11 m.
aii4 Mulua, cid-iiid a- uLttt for ) ubilu ervtc
leriiH OaMii, in iiuvvruiu uuu u
J J DANA,
Captala A. O, H U H
MARSHALL A FAUE, Aucuoat.r
Wabhihotoh aprtll6,latiA a pi I td
T?01l HALK-A LOl ou Ulterntli atrrrt Y h
V between I. and M atrert., 4tf fret trout lri.rt.n
eaat, with a FRAME IlOlMa tr.o ed tlierroi
good location tor a aiore Onnp tcrca-h It-uuir.'
at No SI 1 FltUeuth atreet, tllreolly o(ui e
yr i iw - 1

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