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Vurt;- u tboonwid ttplM of tht Rept
l mn tili culaf f4 r.mong tht floating ppput
to Mculsr i-.ilcrlbra. iJfrtlrf will Uft.t
it (ft ftowordlDtly ,
W notice of Mftrrlftgea, nirlhi and
Scouring in Wtwhlngton nnd Georgetown, will
be printed tn this pnpitr without charge.
!nnvt'fl TntATitK Another brllHanl and
pliRhtnd andlonce hm em bled last BTentnc tn
roi-t iho 'medj omblnntlon. The popuUrl
ty r f llii rMnMlshmnit I now enr.Alnly eatab
Im'jftil. Tlifre 1)rs been, thus f.ir, no piece
Llscrd uihmi tb aittge which tn rrery reaped
dai mil aWnrntlreiAtlsfHOtton. The company
hum unfvorsMly become ftv rites beyond per
advert I uro. Mr. Solohell and Mrn. dermon rc
groatlyln puhlla favor Iat ovenlng, by their
artlmic Imperotmtlonsof Mr. and llrs.Toodlci,
while MUnI)tty Hough In always encored alter
the tian sung one or her oooiio nongs. We hope
the inaimgemnt will afford ue an opportunity
of neolnjr, at an mrly day, th tat named lady
tn one oft ho no Ymikpe pieces whloh have won
hnr Htich golden opinion In the orltloal otty of
fn York. This nventrtg Gotdstnlth' oharm
mx tumedy of "Shefitoopi to Conquer "will
he pr -timed, caat with the entire ability of the
t (i ni til naif on. lhe ludtorous local farce of "J.
J. of the War department" will conclude the
portnrmance. Sea's mar be efoured dnrlng
the dy without extra charge truly a great
accommodation for many.
Fokd'h ATuaN.iM.--Mr. Forrent appenrs tc
ntght as ' VlrglnluM,"ln KnowleV beautiful nod
cllective tragedy of tlmt title Hie performance
-I the no bio Unman father I so familiar In Its
x,ol.enxo tn the miss of our play-goers, that
ihw inuru man me announcemeui 01 na per
I rninnco Is renaircd to ensure tho attendance
of .i crowded audience. The tragedy Is ono of
iho innitt admirable and popular of modern
pUjh. lis sentiment la one whloh appeals to
every honrt. and It Is In the Illustration of these
ImpuUiva touches of nature " that the power
"f Mr. Forrest Is felt with unchallenged effect.
Tie performance promises to be a delightful
one to the brilliant audience It If quite certain
kel will receive from his friends in this city a
complimentary bencflt. That he Is In every
wy deserving f a bumper there ts. tn nur
i pinlnn.no tidnwnf adoubt. The programme
tor tho (tiicaslon la h select one, and replete
uiihfnn. Sr)mourand Lohr appear to the besl
jKHinhlo Hdaiitdttj Cbarle and Floyd In new
I u t ed, unK Mr. Kunlcel and others of the com
piny In amuKlng hurlecques, choice ballads,
a . iiiQso wnotiemraa lew nours' real amuse
Tictnl should attend tho benefit to ulght.
Cmminentil Opehi IIousr Ovrlrnr to una-
voidahln otrcumntaufw, the opening of this
Stent place of amusemont was postponed until
to night. Our rouders may rest aasured of no
OtSHppttlntraent to night. The thousand and
one nine esicnuam oi sucn a puoe as ice man
tuent Into to preieiU, require more prepara
tion than tho peeplo are aware of, and when It
i ones in k&hI running order, the publlo will
lip more than ropald for these unfortunate de
Un. Be auro and ko tonlRM and witness the
f rjod opening.
Cantckbl'kv Ham.. The great Canterbury
MUinuta tithe the-favorite rosort of the lovers
f luu.und li who could wllnea the inimitable
MformancAut the groat delineator of negro
f jiU-HCler, Fr.mk Browor.and avoid laughing,
ti certainly Inrapablo of being amused. The
tsiry iiueen, Millie Fowkr, by her exquisite
Tunc I UK. nightly wlija-Coldnn opinions, and the
tmauitiul child ,M Mong, Ida Duval, creates
I'lllo asflosatU'n. Miss Duval Is a vocalist ol
ire merit. She renders the productions ot the
ire.ilat musters of music In a style that must
mel the approbation of every one that" hath
music In his soul.' The entire company ap
1 e,ir ng.lo tw night in favorite acts.
Urs, Sarah Dorton, 0 street, between Twen
tieth and Twonty-flrst streets, received a $'23
mI or lake banket on Wednesday.
UriiMk. profane and Disorderly
Drnnls Nnl.ui was up before Justice Btratton,
in (he seventh ward, on Tuesday, on the above
nmbinatlon nf charges, all the result of the
flrt named, and fined II. 'Jt and sent on his way.
A sb'iri tlrao arterward, he got Into another
, tnn Hml Has again hauled up, and ibis time
nud 13 91.
Two apparently respectable young men were
in company with Nolan, and were arrested
villi him the second time and fined for being
.IlHurdeily; but as they were not drunk, and
their principal offence seemed to consist in
henu In bud company, we forbear making
their ntmeapuhllc, In the hope that this event
muy WHrn them of the vortex ol ruin In which
th-sy nre entering, and Induce them to be more
-"'"fUn the chutco of their associates In fu
ture. if tvid fib ay, arrested the samo dsy for pro
fifiity utid disorderly conduct, was fined by
Justice Stratum $1.01.
Itnnnlng off lhe (late) Mlsvree
Wo have heard of one or two Instances where
persons, freed under the aot of Congress, have
hf-pii run eft Into slavery In order to retain pos
Kphitn c f the "chattel.'' One Instance In nar
tit uUr hs been mentioned to us where abrigbt,
intelligent boy on the Istand suddenly dlsap
reared Immediately after the signing or the bill
by tbn TrnKident. No cluo can be obtained as
to Ms whereabouts, but we would Inform the
kultMiper ill' that bor, as well as all other own
tirh v, h i am dtMposed to engage In this nefart
ouh work, that, hs a list of alfwho were slave
holders when the census was taken Is to be
-mibllshed bv the Senate, ther mar as well aul
eOr brlnK their chattels back, and thus save
themselves the mortification of an exposure of
ineir aoominaDio practices.
'lhe Loug Orldge Again BrokeM.
The heavy rains, for several days past, have
tauted the Potomac to be very nigh, driving
down a groat deal of drift wood. On Tuesday,
annul noon, the steamer Lady Washington
went through tho draw with such haste that
the Attendants had no time to raise the draw.
The consequence Is, that the draw Is com
pletely wrecked and the pier abutment muoh
damaged. The Injtirv Is geat, and that Import
ni thoroughfare will be aealn dosed for along
time. It Is a matter of some surprise that so
lr.ul a structure should exist so long In so Im
portant aplace as this. Since the cessation of
i he r tin tne river nai fallen consmeraoiy, ana
me i urrcni is noi so rHpia.
Oflietr Camnbell. of the 10th district, arrest
(dfhnrles English, a soldier of the Sixth cav
airy, jetcrday afternoon, on the charge of
Mealing a bam from the wagon of Gotlleb Her
bert, while In front of McUlnnls'i store on F
Htrcet, near Fighting Alley. He was taken to
tho station and confined until a proper exami
nation shall be had. He Is an old offender, and
hlx chances for looking through ft small aper
turo lor daylight, are pretty good.
William H. Martin, an engineer on one of the
transport steamers on the river, got a Utile of
llut enemy of all order and good conduct,
whisky, Into bis head, and rebelled against the
loriHttnUml authority of the vessel, and began
to kick up a rumpus generally on the vessel,
threatening the captain, A.O., when Cspt. Cal
loru thought best to circumscribe his Influence,
in a nit' isuro. Accordingly, he tied him with a
HtroiiK rope, and delivered him over to the
poln c Ilo was tried before Justice Stratton,
t omitted (t disorderly oonduot, and fined
f .!, in default of payment or which he was
.t,nL to tho workhouse.
Sri In; Liquor on lunday,
Jul nu lines, who has rocently oponed a new
rien Inr llin retailing or poUon by the glass, on
licel, m Iho UUnd.waa arrested lastTues
rU. M nilUer Vernon, and taken before Jus"
t .St 1 alien, u here I 0 was convicted of sell ng
h'luui nu BunJ.iy, and flnod $22 01. Served
Wm pHWunn, 11 teamster, Mas arrested on
TiiOfilay,on the corner of Maryl.iod avenue
him! Eleventh Btrnet, for cnmmltting a nuisance
in tliH pulillo treats, In tho presence of women
ami t-liMdreii, and fined 13. Homo men seem to
hit el u.itpil but a littlo ab we the scale of the
The h 1 I Mr. Thomas MrGruth, a member
if iho cltycotiocil, who was drowned a few
M,ek sinre nnar Port Tobacco creek, was
l d 1 iH TuesJ-tv, 111 d a hn it wm sent down
. r thi tntp-o tit 4 1 ce
w. V P.inlgaanil8, Arboleda.ofNewOreua
,11, rfpiflxentntlves to this Government from
ih. I iwd htatesof Columbia, ti. A., arrived
m u.i tity yestorday. and are at the National
ATirhhtt Aeeldent atWhe Washlnglon
AHenal PawrJnen tftrerelj- lajartd. f(
r dn,fueBday,a, little afterl o'clock, quite it
arlous accident occur rod at the Washington
Arsenal, in eomoquencooTtne ignition or son e
Fiowder, which, buttforithe very wlsepreoau
Ions which had been taken to prevent such
disasters, might hnveiresulttd In an extonslvo
Owing to the vsst h mount of work which hss
necessarily been thrown upon that Institution,
In consequence of the war, by which all the
buildings and nppsratus have been burdened to
tn their utmost capacity, and even beyond
their capacity In some Instances, the efficient
superintendent. Col. G. I). Itimsay, has been
obliged to resort to every expeduncy to In
crease the capacity of the ursenal, itnd to pre
In furtherance of theso obleots. a few days
since, eight men engaged In the manufacture of
fuse, were removed from a large building' In
oonsequence of the crowded state of the place,
to a small brick building, about fifteen feet
equare temporarily arranged for the purpose.
At the time the accident occurred, theso eight
men were engsged in driving paper fuses lor
hollow prrjecllles, a process not considered
eoiaiiy dangerous, mouga area oauuun is
served. It is the filling of the paper tubes
previously prepared with a composition, con
silting of meal powder, nltro, Vo ; a compos!
tlon not explosive In its character, because
designed to burn slowly. Thettube Is plaoid
Inside of an Iron oase, and the com position Is
filled In with a small spoon, and then ramed
down with a steel rod driven by a wooden mal
let, each man not having only about a handful!
of the composition near him at the time, and
when thlsaccldent occurred there was not more
than four pounds of this combustible material
in ine room.
Not long after one o'clock, while these men
were engsged In this builness, tht powder of
one of Iho men suddenly Ignited, and he being
very much frightened, attempted to throw the
burning material from htm, while at the same
time It Ignited all the powder In the room.
There was no explosion, but u rapid burning of
all the cora'juatlhle matter in the room. The
men raised an alarm, and for a while there was
an Intense excitement. The iron throughout
the Arsenal rushed to the scene of danger, some
fearing the more Important and dangerous es
tabttsbments might benexploded. The little
building whs soon opened, and the men, most
of whom were so confused by the accident as
to be almnstparalyred, were taken out. One
poor boy, John Adams, was In the farthest cor
ner of the room, and when taken out, was com
pletely envotnned In flames. His face and hands
were dreadfully burned, snd In stripping tho
clothes off the slcln of his arms came off with
them. Yet, with there fearful scars he bravely
wstked to the hospital, a considerable dtstsneo
The bell of the arsenal was rung on the first
alarm, and the men rallied with a will; the fire
apparatus were promptly brought out, and we
learn that the flames were extinguished mainly
through the Dromnt and vigorous efforts of the
men of Company F, Twenty-seventh Pennsyl
vania volunteers, who are doing duty at this
post, and who arrived at the scene vt the dis
aster a few minutes after Its occurrence. The
skillful manner In whloh the hose and apparatus
were handled proved that the men nave not
rorzouen ineir aunes as rni aaeinnta nremen.
r. - .. .. .. ..
rour men. oi me eieni wno ere in mo
room, were oulto severelr burned. Their
names are John Stokes, Michael Desmond, Oli
ver Bailey, John Adams, and James Downs.
Adams Is about fifteen years of age, and Is tho
msi severely injured, inougn u is neuevoa no
We saw him and two others of the sufferers
at the hosnltal. where ther nre havlnz the best
of attention. The mother of young Adams
was at his sldo apparently In deep dtatress.al
me suneringsoi ner son, wno ooro nis auiic
tton with the nallence and fortitude of a herd
The principal Injury to all the Injured men,
seemeu 10 nave neen caused more Dyinnaia
tton of the sulphurous flame than br actual
. 1 .ll. .. .1. L .l !
DurnoE. ii iroeueToa mat a i me Damns win
recover without any serious disfiguration of
It Is not known nreclselr what was the imme
dlate cause of the combustion, beyond what
is stated aDove. in an pyrotecnia esutDiisu
menta there Is the II ability to suoh accidents
whatever mar be the precaution used, and It
is a matter oi great surprise tnai sucn an acci
dent as this, or a more serious one. has not oo
onrred here before this, when we consider the
vast amount of ammunition which bat been
crowded through this establishment within the
past lew montna. wo cannot rornoar uniting
our testimony with others to the efficiency of
Col. Ramsay, We know that we but reflect
the sentiments of all who are acquainted with
this Arsenal when we ear that a more eoer
petit!, and yet careful and considerate, man
ooum not do iouna to superintend tois im
portant work In this crisis.
For Cue Girls A Lore Letter
It would seem that the snlrltof theslrls In
" Secessla" Is buoyant; that they aro " sassay"
as ever ine louowinp, irom a norm uarouna
beauty, gives an excellent reason to her army
lover for not hugging the boys any more, viz:
they are all gone. It seems that the stringency
of the blockade has not laid an embargo on
snuff "dipping," though they have, perhaps,
tike most Northern politicians, "quit eating
dirt." Our readers will excuse the spelling on
account of the sore eyes of the fair Harlhr.
The letter was picked up at a deserted rebel
camp at Beaufort:
Cokcord N C february the 23 1862
Mr Propst sir with plesur I seat my self to
drope you a few lines In ansur to your very
well com letter wich came to hand In dew time
I wos glad to here firm you and to here that
you woe well and hid not forgot me yet I have
no news of lmportnes to write to you at this
time the girls Is all prety sasay and alp as much
snuff Is ever I wont you to come home and then
we will dip snuff for I have got some that I bad
for 3 vers I have quit eating dirt and I dont
bug the boys whilo you are gone for tba all
gone to the wer Miss Poly Is well She is mlty
sssey she told me that I could have that liknes
but not to cep all tho time I wold like to see
you A gin I think of the happy day that nou
have past A way those days I never can forget
tho yers A round me roll I am at a lose to know
what to write my eyes is very sore and I cant
see tn spell so you must excuse me for bad
spelllog andwrightlng my lettr is cornel ng to
A clos and I must stop for this time .
so I will bid you far well for this time I re
mane your frelnd til deth
Mart da A Txexlir to Mr Jhon Propst
let us say bq cheerful
life Is not all tearful
there Is a sunney side
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The Abolition of Slavery In the District
Some ansrr feeling Is manifested bv the
members of tne "first families" of Maryland
ana oi v irginia aoout toe aoniuiuon oi slavery
In this District, a fdw slngleladles who never
owned a neero or had a white min at their
feet, making the loudest complaint. But the
sreater nortlon of the citizens of Washington
ara evidently thankful that the Federal oitv is
no longer to furnish Congressional disputants
witn a none or contention. cor. a. j . com
That Cotillon Parly
Of the Perseverance En&lne Comoanv. No. 5
will come off to night, and we are sure that all
who know anything of the fine times which ha e
been enjoyed on nice occasions wmen una com
pany have presented, will be sure and go to.
Officers Campbell and Monahan, of the tenth
precinct, arrested, on Tuesday, Benjamin Mor
timer and Peter Herr Wagoner, fur fighting
with two soldiers. They were taken be for o
Justice Stratton, and fined 13.94 each.
Tribute of H.ipect.
BairniLia Aoa FuiLLirs died after a eevore
Ulne8a ot thirty six hours, of ooagestton of the
brain, on tho evening of Thursday, the 17th of
April, at 11 o'olook. Only daughter or John YY.
aud Angelina D. Phillips.
RiLruKLii was but 13 years, 3 months, and
13 days old when aho died a mere child tn
years yet she appeared more like a person of
mature years, so quiet and thoughtful was ber
demeanor, and so careful was she of the feel
logs of others. By ber amiable disposition and
nuny lovely trails of character, she endeared
heraelf to all who formed her acquaintance.
Uniformly affeollonat. to her parenta, and ter.
der of the feelings of her youug brothers, no
wonder then that the affections of a fond father
and devoted mother should oluster around tbeir
only daughter. But alas I the light of the house
has Red: the beautiful and delicate flower hag
faded ero it bad soarcely began to bloom. Bhe
was Indeed too pure for this world of aln and
sorrow, so she waa transplanted to a more con
genial dime. The aogeli have taken her pure
spirit to their own beautiful realm, to add an
other to their number In celebrating amtbems
of praise sweet as the melody of Kden. Peace
to thy memory, gentle Kalfuklia I A.
Washington, 1). 0., April 21, 18U2.
April 23d, of Pneumonia, Alhieii Ursuira,
youngest son of Alfred and Uary Ann Upshur.
funeral to talc, place Thursday, April 'it, at
3 o'clock, u. m 408 Eleventh atreet. Friend,
and acquaintances Invited to attend.
r tfroM the hiih nnd re nonet Ma no-
slttou of the giver, Dr von MoMhttuker Is ladueed
topnbliihttie.fbUawlrg tcitlnonlsl, selected fr m
namerose otbrrt glvea film slaee bin practice In UH
'rfi !jd .,,1 - r
MiToa's Orncs, Qiosostnwv
April 1 0,18' I
Thl u to atate that mv hf&rtnf havl m been raaah
t mm bed fur Mrra vests out. I iilieed bivteif andcr
the riTofrf tonal trea'me&t of I. Von MoeehiUker.
Alter a icw weni oi nu oste, i eapeneacee a vrry
perceptible (mi rot tment, and at thii tlmt my hnr
In I si rood an tt hai been at ibv lime wllhtn mv
reeolleotioa. II Addmo,
Dr. VoMociiiji!,o ul'l ant Anrhurtl Tn.
arrant. sp vt oi
Those renuirlns the services of a akitl
ful chiropodist should not fall to mil on Dr.
White, at 420 Pennsylvania avenue. The Doc
tor has received a verr liberal patronage In
Washington during the Isat five mot.lhs, which
Is owing in his successful manner i operating
and the following moderate prices: Coins per
corn, fit) centst Buulons, from $1 to 13. Tim
Dootor hurts the pocket but a trifle, and the
toes not a particle. Give him a call.
Wultetmrst, Ho 434 Penn Avenue,
Is selling original cartes da emit? photographs
of Generals Boon, MoClellan, Wovl, Banks, Fre
mont, Butler, and others. Our Ukeneas of
MoClellan Is the Utet published, and is con
sidered the bent In existence. Bee ourpholo
5 rah In oil and water colors. Also portraits of
istlngulshed men. Attention of military men
iscauea in our niinensiuieuariyt-es, torseno
Ing by mall, dec IS
43In another colnmn may be seen a few
of the many teattmonlilafrjm well known cltlxeaa
of Wkihlagtoa, and tbey ;tak louder than ear
miuk; weOTiiiuur it 11 win pie rare we iar inrm
before a csndll aid appreetaure psbllo Our peo
ple are tired of theo to. Wneaamta l tick he
want; the phjtlcUu who prescribes remedies that
are rure to cure Lira, and mix h a person U found lu
Vt. Turablety, Ioolan Herb Doctor.
Come and see for yoarselves ye lame sad mflVrio f,
Oh, ye rbenraitlo and dvleg, come and tee.
Light shall again the faded eye lllnme,
Aud rtMy health the pallid cheak reiurae
JhouisndA rrscacd from disease and death,
aroke God's blessings on Tumble ty.
t dtalre your proifate hearts to lilt,
Yovr bleeding wounds to cure,
And wit lhe treuuresof nature's gift
Ualieve the rich and poor.
The Indian Herb Doctor will describe dUesaca snd
tell his patlenU the nature of their complalani or
lllneu. without recelvlue! ear infoimatkn from
tnem. Ao cnuge lor eoanuliaiion
umce ctv ti, ai i giwn uanuiEg, fc&iuyiTi
alt arenue, ooraer of Seventh itreet.
sp 19 tf -fc
Robber Hoods at Manufacturer Prices,
for Ten Uayi.
MR U. A. 11 ALL will ibM Men's Rubber Over
hoes and Sandala for 80 cents rer pulr; Ladtcs'
Overa and Saod ila, fl'i cmfai per pair; Uubber Ton
ehoa.tt.00e ch; nubfrr OojU, wnite and black,
IXfloeaoti; Jtabbcr Mieets, (t9 protect children's
beds,) M cents each, and every artlole made from
India Rubber orUutta Percns, at oorrtspODdlog
prloes, at The India Kubber Warehouse,
3UN rennirlvaDia avenue,
splT M Bet Ninth and Tenth sts.
CalloeiUes, Bad Nalli, Enlarged Joiots, and aU dls.
eaa ol the human Feet, cured, without pain or loss
DK WHITE, Bcaoiof CHiaoroDtat,
420 Pennsylvania Avenue, between 4) and 8th sts ,
Room No. 7, ceond floor.
Office hours from 13 m. to ft p m.
Uectcel and separate apart ment for Ladles
Ladles and Gentlemen attended at tbelrrtiidencen,
mar ST when dealred
XerTh neClellnnPnotogrnphnnit Am.
brotype Gallery. 540 Heventh street, lour doois
abowD,has be ome a Washington Institution for
tre mot pleasteg Cartes de Vlsitc It will be yi nr
loss by not patronUing such a perfect establishment
t7We nro pleased to call the attention
of our el liens and tot lerstofhe McCMJanAHGattry,
040 Seventh street, four doors above V. 1 here U no
other plane in this city where so beautiful photo
srsplis and Ambrotypes are taken, and where so
muon politeness Is shown to cuitcmers.
V Photographs and Ambrotypes or nil
sizes are taken on a new plan only known to the
prv prlctor of the MoClellan Art Gallery ,530 Seventh
street, four doors above D.
Idihii Ifrunnfit. rn Pnivi'h? AtnirDT Thii
DeoDle of BMfMt have reaolTrd to met a
iplendld clock lower, aa a mrmorltl of the In'e
t'rmoe uooiort, us coat ol nuicu will not b
Irn tban $3,000.
Toe rrbel prlaonera at Columbua. IndlanaD-
olls, CblcaRO, and SU Louli, are laid to have
gained ten pounds apiece upon an arerage aince
tneir capture, it would aeem aa tnougti wo
nail taken tnem to r.tten.
9"Th. Unconditional Union Clnb or
th. Thlnl W.rJ wl.l mt(t THIS KVENINU t
Tmpruic llall, at 8 o'clock Pe noas dealrlof to
)m th. Clab arc Inrited to altcad. ap 24 It,
9-KnlgliU T.mnlar. WuMuion Com
maod.ij, No 1, will milt THIS (Thandiy)
AFTr,HNUUr,atS o'clmk, at tbc ASYLUM for
tli. porposeof attendlaf the fuacralof oar deeejaed
Prater blr, Thomu McOrath DAKIi DUCK,
ap 81 tt Uecordcr.
aTJ" Maaonlo A apeolal oonnnunlcatlon ol Leb
anon Lodge, No 7, will be held at Centra' Maaonlo
Dalt, corner of Ninth ard D afreet, It 3 o'clock
THIS (Thoriday) AFTIXNOON, for the purpoie
ol a tending the funeral of our late Brother, Thomia
MtUrath TheaUter Lcdgee, ltojal Aich Caaptera,
and Coromiadery of the Dlitrlct, are fraternally Jnvl
tad to attend. Faoeral will take place frcmhli lat.
rerldeooe, on C atreet near Slath, Cepl'ot Hill, at I
o'clock, p m. lly order W M.,
ap II It aecretary.
jYr Maaontc ASreelal Communloatloaof Co
lomtUK A. Cb.No lt.wlll be held THIS (1 hare-
day) KVENIMi, at 9 o'clock, to unite with other
Maaonlo bodlea In pa) log the lat tribute of rcapcot
to Ih. memory rf oir deccared companion, Thorn a
By order of ibeM E. II I'.
C JOHN THOMSON,
ap3t It Secrtttry.
tt-Lnwr Notice. ltOBERT J. WALKKIt
and FI1EDERIC I'. STANTON will practice 1
in the Kapreme and Circuit Courta, Court of Clal i.a,
Courti Martial, Poirda of Commlaalon4rl,and Da
pertinent. Aided by two olher aiaoclatea, nv pirt
ofanex'cnalve tiiilneeawill be neglected Addreaa
WALKKRfc STANTON, office Sllj K atreet, Waih
legion, 13 C. ap33 Urn
I-Poat inemcnt. lhe cotillon party of the
t'erieveraace Kagtae Company No A, which waa to
havecomeoffon Eaater Monday, the Slat, la poat
poned,on account of the weather, uuill rtlUfts
DAY, the tilh.at the fame place
1'eraona holding tlok"ta of ihe llat will lie good
for that night.
C'OHHI I I-KF. OK ARtANOKMi".N1 S.
ap 33 3t
Mr Uiaike'a Plantation Hitter. g, T,
1880. X It Invigorate., atreegthena and puriuee
the ayatern; li a perfect appetizer, and the moat
agreeable and tfTtctual tonic In the world It la
oompoaed of the celebrated Callaaya bark, roota,
berbl, aod pore St Croix turn l'artlonlarly
adapted to delicate females; cure Dyipepala and
Yeaknesa,and la Juat the thing for the changea ot
eaMca Sold by all grccers, drugglata, hotela, and
aaloona r. 11. DltAKK a, CO ,
ap 1-Siu Its Broadway, N. Y.
aVHpaclail ftotlco.-Oa and after Tueaday,
April l,l;, the train l on the Baltimore and Ohio
ltaU'oal will commence ruenisg dally, (Suodaya
exocptei,) tsarlng taia otatlon at 7 40 a m , and
oonuectlog at Waehlngtoo Junction with Mall
Train for all parts of the Weat na Wheeling or
I'urkenburg. Through tloketa aold and baggage
checked W. P. BHITH,
M. of Tranaportation B. ii O It It
ap 1-dtf Bur h Globe
try Weston'a Progreas or Mlavery. Coplea
of thla wetk are for eale at the oflloe of the A'.ilonal
HtimWcan Pamphlet edition, So cents Hound
ed.tlon, 70 cento
WaaaittnTOH. Anrll sal. 1BG9
Tne Members of the Hoard of Aldermen and Hoard
ol Common council are nqurated to meat at the
JIii or a om, Ci-y Hall, on THIS i rhurnlay) AF
rKHNflllN.il 2 o'clock, fir lha nurDDae of .11.1111
Ing tha fiiaeral of T110M11 McObath, at the time of
1111 ueaiu a mvmucr 01 in. 1117 manuii
FOR SALK A LOT on yifUenth itreet Wait,
between L and M atreeta, 49 feel front, lrorrtlng
eaat, with a rilAMrS UOUdl ereoled thereon a
good location for a atore. Cheap for caah Inottlro
at No. 311 Fifteeaih ueet, dlreoUy opposite.
dltUi AMU W'lOSOKU iULIIIflKif IP
pj.'iM-"! la efi&ronsity with theresolarloa of tt.e
Iteasts of July II, 1MI.
At timlnary BoepUol, Qeorgitown. April 11.
MU. 8. letantry ft
3d Males V0I..1 1
21 do do 1
Ttb do do e
24 VennontVolutivere 2
Oih Masnchieetts V..I. 8
Kth do !'.. 1
lSth dO l .It
totn do do,, 1
red oo do.. IB
btoekton's Mlob. Tol.sa
tlth Kew York Vol.. .11
8fth do do.,., to
osd do do t
97th do 00 ,,,. 4
Wth do do ,. 10
M do 1 ar
seta Penn V0I1 1
4Mb d) do 1
eld dt d 1
sd do do to
6&lh do do 4
ssta do do 1
P81 do do 4
th Ao do 4
09th di do 1
1094 do do 1
1st do Reserve.. 2
4th do do I
11 h do dt 1
4'd' do do..,,,.,. 2
lit do Cavalry., , .95
sd do do,,,,,,,, 9
Kth do no 23
1st do Rifles s
4th Cameron Dragoons 1
19th Indiana Vol S
Officer's servant 1
91 Mlchiaan Vol...
tth do do
M WUajnMa Vol....
fttti do do....
Sd Rhode Maud vol.
4th Jo Art
Hth New York t. .
At Gtnmd HmuUoI, Union Bote, corner Bridqt
and Washington ttreets, Otonjdoxon, April 11.
13th W. Y.Volunteers.lfl
S3l Fena Tolaateerf.. t
Old do do. 4
1024 do do 1
104th do da 1
lit do ArUlIerr.. 1
Kanc'f Kiflea 3
tlhMaaa. Vol 1
Ota do do s
17A do do ll
14th do do 1
llth do do 4
29Ut do do t
3-Ul do do 5
14th do do 2J
itih do do 3
dth do do 2
SVUi do do ... 1
63d do do 4
Stat do do 4
9t4 do do a
Id Mala. TolnaU'n..ll
Btooaton', utcn. vol.. o
1A Mloa. Vol 1
4th do do 1
8d Rxcclalor Brlfada. 1
4th Vermont Vol 3
Mh do do 3
flthKew York Cav.... a
Bib do do.... 1
tt Penn Cavalry.... e
3d do dO 2
2 eth do do S
4 Molt. Batter? 1
3 i &iaron Rtflea. 1
1 . SltoalCorm 1
do do a 4
1 eui u. 8. Caralrr 3
I lit oo cheMurl.... 1
1 I lt Loa Uliod Vol .. 1
l ll.'ru Lliht Caralrr. 1
1 tdU. B Inhotrr 1
1 lltli do d 1
1 tin do Art !i
At Hospital at CblitmUan OoBtgt, Washington,
3d U. 8. Artillery.
3d do Cavalry..
4th do do...
tth do do...
eth do do .,
3d do Infantry.,
77lh New York Vol .. 1
31 Maine Vol. 1
lllh'o do 1
7th Mauschuetti Vol 4
loth do do. 1
loth do co. B
lit Rhode lilind Art . 1
3d do Vol.. 1
2d Vermont Vol 8
lit New Jener Cav
loth do Vol
3d do Cavalry...,
eth do do
th do do
3d do do 3
4th do do
tth do do
IT ' tth do do
42d do volunteer
eth do do 10 r 40th do
latNew York Art.... J I (3d do
7lli do Uattcry..
Ith do do..,.
Ith do Cavalry,
tth do do,...
, 0 Wth do
, 1 Hit do
10 tud do
3 103d do
1 . 104th do
lllh New Yoik vol.
do .... 1
do .... 3
do .... 4
do .... 1
em bicd. vol ,
Will Indiana V I...
Mh Wlaooniln Vol.,
SdD. C Vol ,
At St. HUibtlh Hospital, Eastern Branch,
mh New York Vol..
S h Vermin! Vol
nd New York Vol...
4 lit do do...
MthN Y. Vol
73d do do
tSlhN. V ol
13th do do
43d do do
Ath WKeoaaln Vol...
49th rena Vol
eth Mala. Vol
lat U 8 ChaaHara .,
HOlhN Y. ol
4th N Y.Art
KiMl.lor Artillery Vol 1
(tth New York V.1... 1
eth.N II Vol
JflthH. Y. vol
ttth l'enn. Vol
lothN J. Vol.... ,
luthN. V. Vol
91 Maine Vol ,
1 j Total..,
At Mount rteatant General Hospital, April 11.
tit New York Art 4
lit do Chee'ra 4
lit ilo Cavalrv 1
eith New York Vol..
100th do do.,,.
lllh Maine Vols
1th do do
Ith Michigan Vols...
Ith Venn. Cavalry...
Ith New York Vol . 1
am no voa...
03d do do..
llth do do ..
do 1 loth di do...
do ....11 lolatdo do.,
do 1 103d do do...
da ... 9 losiimo do 1
do 1 Cameron Dragoona... 1
do 11 latllhodelel.odB.t., 1
do 4 I 4th Vermont Vol 3
do 0 lat U. S Inraatry e
do 17 2d do do 1
do 33 llth do do 1
do 7 ToUI 174
At Gtnmd Hospital, (Ecklngton,) Washington,
D.(X, April .
lat New York Art .... 1 103d l'cnn Vol II
ath New York Vol .... 3 lat O. H. Cavalry. ... 0
33th do do 11 id do do e
3d do do 3 eth do do 9
S7th do do 1 lit Maine Cav 12
lh do do 3 litN J. Cav 1
lilt do do 3 lat Mlohlgan Cav 1
llth do do 1 IthN.Y.Cav 3
esd do do 1 IthPeno.Car 2
llth do do 1 7thMaloaVola 1
loth do do 1 3d do Battery.,.. 1
lat do do IS ad do do 1
3d dc do... 3 lat Mlnneiota Vol ... 1
(Mb dc do. . 3 litlltrdanHbarH'ra.. 1
(Wth d) do. .. 0 3d do do 1
103d do do 1 IthMlch Vol 1
10 m do do 3 lit do do 1
107lh do do 3 aihU S Artillery..,, 1
lit Penn Artillery..., 1 Ilthdo Infantry.... 1
Ilthdo Volunteers .3 ad U C. Volunteavl... 2
7Sd do do 3
7Mh do do 1 Tout 112
At Voutjlas Hospital, comer of 1 strut ani Hew
Jersey Avenue, April 1 1 .
litU S Art 1
8d do do t
fi'h do Cavalry.. (a) I
3d do Infantry.... 1
oth do do 1
12th do do 11
17th do do 4
lat Maine Cav 3
oth do Vol S
IthN. U. Vol ....:... 3
3d Vermont Vol 0
4ih do do.. .(b) 1
tlth do Vol 3
30th do do 1
32d dO do 3
Taft'aN. Y Art 1
DIck'nH. X. Art., (c) 1
lalN. Y.Art i.. 4
5th do do I
lat U. S. Chasaenra....1l
let Lona laland Vols. .11
rad New York Vol
lat N J. Cavalry. ,,
Cameron Dragoons ... a
lat Penn Cav (0) 3
em no ao o
3d N. V. Volunteers. , 1
IdD. 0. Volunteer! ..
7th Mlchlcan Vol
tlh Wia. Vol
(a)Cbanlaln. lb) Captain. o) Urat Lieutenant
(d) ACjutant and Ueoond Lieutenant.
Bide remaining n (As Hospital or Eruj.Hn
Diseases, at Kalorama, April 11.
2d U. H Infantry
eth do do
2d do Cavalry ,
6th do do
oth do do
lit Maine Cavalry...,
lat Man Vol
loth do dd
'.3d do do
MbN II Volunteerr.
latN. Y. Artillery...,
12th New York Vol .,
JIUi do do
llat do do
UK da do
MthN Y Vol 2
Onelaa Cavalry 1
Ith Penn I'av .... 1
aid do Vol 2
7M do do I
101th do do 4
2d Wlaooniln Vol J
19th Indiana Vol.,,.. 1
2J I). C Volunteers . 1
'id BerdauSharp'era.. 9
Ouarterrnuter'o Dept. 1
Citizen '.. 1
At Oererol Bomltdi, (arele Waihtngbm,
eihN. Y.CiTi'rr I
eart do do l
nth do oo e
tit Minn Vol 1
ndl(. Y. Vol l
3d Tena. narairy 1
tilth do Vol 3
(Wth do dl 1
nv.ta do do 1
va ao ao
lift do do
th do do
tth do do.....
lit u. s. Artiuerj.,
3d do do......
TW do do 1
llth do do ,
99th do do ,
ath N. U. Vol...,
31 Vermont Vol ,,
lit V. rnunt Car.
lothllin Voli ,,
tit N. r.
At Otntral Boptod, Alexandria, -Ijiril 11.
3d U.S. Infantry t 17th .Mew York Vol... 4
3d do do 1 I tlth do do ... T
ith do do A Old do do.... 3
eth do do 0 Md do do.... s
llth do do 3 Mill ao no,... 1
llth do do...... .11 i"th do do.,,, n
llth do do S 1. Y. AtUllfrjr.,.,10
mh do do i a 3d do do
lit do Caralrr 1 I 3d do do 1
Ith do do 1 I llth do do 1
tth do do t I llthN. Y. Uatterjr.... 3
sth do do T llth do do 1
lit do Artlllerr.... 1 i Ind.p'tX. Y. Ilatterjr.a
Id do do a I In do Cavalry.. ..11
Sd do do 9 3d do ao 4
4th do do J 4ta do do...... 1
tth do do A etn do do 3
34 Maine VolnntMrl.. 3 lh do do 4
id do no li i mi'tnn voiuntreri.. a
Ith do do 7
ith do do 33
eth di do 1
1th do do 14
tth If. Hampthl.e Vol 11
eth do do, 1
Id Marachaaetta Vol. a
llth do do.. 1
ao ao.. a
do do.. 3
do do.. 1
do do., fl
do Art.. 1
3d Vetmont Vol 4
3.1 do do 3
4th do do '.0
tth do do 13
eth do do..... . a
lit N. J. Cavalrr
II New York Vol
A 1 104th do
IT ' lotth do
7 I lat do
do.. ..It I lit
do.... I I 31
do.. ..II M
loth Indiana Vol la
37th do do 1
3d Mich. Vol 4
Id do do 1A
4th do do g
tth do do 41
lit do Civ 1
34 Wlaooniln Vol.... 11
3d do do 1
Ath do do 1
eth do do 10
7th as do a
1 1 Connecticut Art. ..14
ram.rnn Tlrairnflna.. US
A ' MoClellaa Dragooni . e
I , Stock on'a Mich Vol. 3
,.13 Signal Cor fa 1
,. 1 ath llllncla Cavalry.. 41
,. 1 latMlnnewUVol 6
,.li Mm, Sbarpehootera.. 1
,. I Uaarurmaeter'a em-
,.1A i nloveea t
' mTaa . . 1
Medical Department.. 3
do... .19 '
At Indiana Hospital, Patent Office,) Washing
ton, D.(Z, April 12.
loth Indiana Vol C4
13th do do 1
Slat Fena. Vol I
oath do do 3
103d do do 1
Sth do do 8
C3d renn. Vole 3
Old do do 1
101th do do 7
eiat do do 1
osth do do a
107th do do s
slat do do 17
3d Michigan Vol 1
13th N. Y
lib New Yoik Cav, ...11
Sid N. Y. Volunteer!. 2
tth do do
llth Maine Vol
let do do
llth U.S. Infantry....
lat Rhode laland Cav.
latU. 8. Sharnah'rj.. 3
31 do do 1
New York Battery, .. 1'
sd Virginia Vol ...... 1
,41 Adams House General Hospital, Baltimore,
4th Wlaconaln Vol.... 4
Mh Maryland Vol.. ..12
lath Mass vol l
lit do Cav...
llth oo do 30
i th Mlohlgan Vol 1
ftlh Veiauonl Vol 1
Dix Light Infantry... 2
llat Inalana vol 2
asthl'enn Vol 3
S7th do do 11
17th New lork Vol... 3
2.d do do.... 1
ath do do.. ..30
67th do do 2
lout do do
lat do Cavalry.... 1
3dU S Cavalry 1
aih do Artillery 1
steamer Kaatern State 1
lat New York Batterv 4
loth Maine Vol 10
lit Maryland Vol 1
3d do do 8
At Stone General Hospital, April 11.
M1IS Infantry. ... 1
loth Jliri.Vola 1
30th do do 3
llth New 1 ork Vol... 1
ssth do do ,..W
osd do do,,,. 8
ooth do do ,, a
98th do do ...10
looih New York Vol.. 6
21th Penn Vol .
osd do do...,
(Late Philharmonic Hall )
(I R AND OP EN IN O N I U H T ,
WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1802,
With attract Ion unprecedented making a combine
tlon of talent and female beauty neequaled In the
annate ol the profraalon, Introducing
Inert Bongs, Mnalc, ana Melody,
FANOV DAKCKat AND UUKl.lt 8IUKI.
Man.gera have epam! no exienae In procuring Ihe
moatrefiQIda tlaaand Arat talent In th. oouulry,
or both male and f male at. re of the brlglitrat mag
MISS MI LLY ROSll,
The faecmatlng Danaeuae, late of Ravels' Troupe.
MISS JULIA PASSANO, ,
The charming Stugatreu, irom lha New or
MISS KATK MARSHALL,
The-beaullful and charming Uaneeuae, late of the
celebrated Romany Troupe
MISS MRY WAL1EN,
The brilliant Vocallar
Mild LUC CLIFTON,
lhe charming Daneeuec
lhe pleaaieg Batladtat
Kccentrlo Comedian and I rlau Vooaliat
Hon of UomuB
Llrhtnlng Jig Dancr
And a hoat ot SPARS In rapid aucceaelon
An excellent ORCHESTRA, under the Leaderthlp
of the well known Vlollnlar,
PROP OKORUE NACIIMAN
aa-Pront aeata reaerved for ladlca "ii
8CALB OK PRICES
Patquette, 21 cenU, Oantlrmen unaccompanied
by ladtea, to Orcheitra chain, bo cent. Colorid gal
Doonopenat 7 o clock, Concert commence at s
o'clock, rric.nHy DR II U UARKIbON,
.p21 Agectand Ireaaurer
IN coosequence of eventa entirely bejond lhe cor.
irol ol the Management, they are reluctantly
compelled to 'nnouoce a postponement until HUB
EVENINQ, when Ihey will jxwlt veljr open with a
full and complete Coapany, full Orchestra, sceoio
Effects, Ao , on whlih ocoaalon
MlbS MILLIE UOsE
will make huaiit apt'Citamo In this clly,
(THE NEW NATIONAL,)
Peniujlvanla A venae, near fourteenth litre 't
UB WUM1U nu
Leaae. and Manager
II. 11 rniLLira..
THIS (TIIU1KDAV) EVENING, Antti.2ih
It. 8 MKLDHUM.
J. a. WARD.
MISS I.OITT IIOUOII,
MISS WU'IIIB (lIM11l-.lt.
MISS JULIA NI.I.SON
ALL TIIK ME.MI1HUS OF Till'. COMPANY
will arraaa it
Ooli'arji th'a elegant comedy of
SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER.
r. ii. n rnif.Mrsa-
Mr. O. SETCHRLL.M
Mr.T.II BAKl.lt il
Mr. J H WAHDaa
. ill' .UrCCfttliC
(Other charactin by the Company,)
And In the ruoteepfu! farce of
J, J., of the War Department.
.Mr D SUICIIELL
l'KICKH QY ADMISSION":
DrtitClrtleand Ia U Clrclt.... SO crotg
Knily Clrcl- S. cent.
OfO'tJitr dial "Ji cratt.
l'rhrite Boxct l
Atu In rrivato Uuxct at
Colored fHtlery l conta
Colortd Vartcrrf Uctnti
Doom wilt b opeofid at 7 o o.ock; to commeoc at
Box ofllc fbr )curis tttU rjtkn frcm 9 uttlll,
tad 3) ubtil tfi o clcr c.
Tlio IoXXX- X-3imitom.
LOOICOt I'VOKMItH. VANUF,Itl'AT3.
ipli (ntrl and Star
onf r KoaD. Pro
1" prktor lnrt Mmigcr.
JOIIM II WnidHT. StllTft
IIEAGKDI-X, KUW1N lOURhST'
TnritDiT, AM.IL3 111
KDVr.l FdKRKSr nr VIlUltNIUS.
THE HUMAN KAT1IHU
IcIUus J olio McCiltruph
Virginia MW Aiheiia
Serbia w ytrr. Ada tarter
Pox office uii n from o till o clrclt.
AimitMOK Dr Circle and Paroucttf, Tftnt,
aVoarod Hrati.ti; Orcbwir and Balcony Scat, ,
Prlrate Boarc, (boldlos tlglit,) tU'( Katnlly Circle,
Voon oj-tu at 1,', Curtain rirt at 8 ap Si
KKLLIIWI' II A LUI
yeventh street, near Post unir e.
CLLE1IK A riON OV THE EASTER HOLIDAYS
x tt axr 5h: xj x.
M;lillr;alc EI!iioiinn Optra Troujif.
Who ill appear on every cveelng
10U A PEW MORS NlllllTS,
l"a number of
BURLESQUES, DANCES, SONQS ACTS,,c ,
Never licforc iireeenleil lollils iiublli.
A'm'ralon 31 and &n cent
S olree commt nets at I o c'o- k
TnURSDAV EVENING, AraiL 21,
2VXr. eSkVoorco 3tXtU3l1k.o1
BT TUC CITIZENS 01 WISUINUTOV.
(Formerly theWaahinrton Assembly Boomi,)
OPEN EVERY NIOHT.
The Klrat Mualc llall In the World,
In point of Talent, aid Iteepectabillty I
Crowded to P. u'tnot capacity with an aod'rnce
CUI.riVAIKU.UKI 1 1UAL. andUEtlALD
AT THE GREAT CANTERBURY
la the beet La the city. 1 he artUtee are or Die
FIRST TALENT IN THE WORLD
PERCIVAL'S IMMENSE COUIHNAriON
oontlauee, with an addition of
NEW STARS AND OLD FAVORITES,
Hominy Nlsjit ind Ewrr Night this Wfth.
Flritaipetranoaorthfl I run clad Gunboat the grext
grwouii aw juiuivrH . UDava VI iiiq sa7.
Flrit appearanoe or the Charming and lliautirul
ZlXlantaB Id., SQxx-itaI,
Itnmenae Bill for tbla Weola 111 Big
11111 of the acaaon.
OBSERVE THIS BRILLIANT LIST,
The EQUAL ofwhlch can te nowhere found In tho
rt orio oi Amuecmewe I
ZbXlaaMB XatTllllo S'owlor,
The beautiful and by far the moat acc.iupllahcd
isiuecuav on ine aiage,
AND THE COURT OF 11KAU1 Y,
Mlas Frank La Folle. Mlaa Llziie Francla. Mlaa
Frank secor, Mlaa Lilly llrandn,Miaa Julia
Richmond, and little EPa
The Ethiopian Artliti and the Washington Favorite
M. Jein Cloakl, John Heany.Maatcr Johiny.syl
van Clark. John Hamilton. Barry J.Carlir,
Mono Sol, Lewis M. Clarke
Admiaalon 2fi cenU ; Orcheatra chairs 60 cenU
For Ladleaand Famtlicj.on
WEDISKSDAY k SATUHDAV AFfKItNOONS,
IX O ClOGK,
When a UtIbIi distribution of KLFGANT PKE3-
KNT3 id made KlcU tod ontiy Jewelry. Hooka,
Tov, Fancy Articles. $25 8ILtt CAK1. HAS
J9- Admiaalon SO tnU ; Children 10 cent.
apr 31 tbtarj
ACAUK.M V UF MUSIC
Ko. 18'', Pinnytivinti Atrmut,Atiih Sii , Murn .YtniA
ami trivn ninu
Lrery t eolug, a remarkably One
Free Conco r.t 9
embracing (election Irom the bent claMo muslo, and
ine mwi pupum- utr,n rt,rcnuerctiin ueiirr Biyi
inan in anv uiuer mericia Guocvri laiioon.
Ihe celebrated Italian Singer,
SIQNOR ANTONIO TIBERTINI,
Prima Baritone f.om lha .st 0r o Theatre, at Xa
nlc. hti been cniTKeed.ead will uiilait the ent.rtalii
ment of the eenlajtwith the llaeat Melodies and
Hongi tver produced In thUoKy.
1 he ffueit and the publla are Invited, and may rely
upon having ivery comfort they denlr 1 u adili ioa
to the tlneit vuile In Washington, tbey will 00 tain,
ah oall fmtwn 'tis elMeantlld Itttwnilantt Hierilleii I V nB
but KHKllKSUMKNTS for aalc In the Federal
Offln constantly In a'trnJarcc to keep gsod
Concert commencing at 4 p in
LK O T U 1U
Flulalhc Sfifiicc ami Iron-Clad Ships,
Dv JOHN W. GRIFFITHS, Practical Bun
Uiu.DKR, from Nb.w York,
AT W I b L A It D HALL,
THURSDAY l.VEXINQ, Afiil 21,at T). o clock
Tlcketa35 cente, tit eale at the principal llotela
ana uoo-ateics. p i i
alTAUTKUMABTKli tlcnemr Ofllcc.
WAMiixaTOir. D O.. ADTll 23. 13Qi.
Y'lLOl'OSAI.S are hcrebr lnlted lor flxturea
wnrk. and mitfriati reoutiel for SUPPLYIM!
WAlEK, and controlling ami nilng tho same In
ana auoiit certain uovvrniueni: u n'riiouaea, viz
Warehou" by the Uallroad, on (1 etrret north
Clothlog Warehouse fit Kth Uriel and Pcnnyl
.rrhoiite at laibv'a Wharf, foot cfO lrfet
Schtdute.approxtuiate ol thewvcral Item, and
quiniiiieii riquiicu, aim vpLuiacsniuun uciidiwh "
cunuiiiuiu iu i guitiveu, miy us uu vn pi v
tlnn at thld alHAA
The time for receiving- LIJa a Hull i J id the lllh
"""" "'-m M.O.M.-.IOJ,
ap2l-4td li II. l.eneral U. S A
WANTKU. A u001 ,llJ L'UAUIlEItMAID.
f r Apply at rto it aiaiam ouu .i uau cueea, evr.
aierotreiiiixhanlaarasue. ap 21-81.
U VKIlWrltlEUT HAL.IC 11 K CONDKMHKD
IIOUUKtJ AID HULKS,
.. .... .......... ., Ttiftnc,
There win oeaoia ar rnonoAnciipn, vn .,.,
nu ..rfl.ith etK.f !rl.i,..lhe ObMrvato.
ry, f and Twenty tUrd xretta, a lot of llenee
am Mulaa, condemned a- unfit for .abHc lervtoe.
erraaoaan, m uovernni miu"a'. -
J, J. DANA,
Coplaln A. U H V, 8. A.
MARSHALL PAUK, Anclloneara.
Waanliornx, Aprllll, 1SI.3. apll-td
BV (IHKwai WILLIAM. Aal.tl.nnr..
TIIDRTBI'.'a BALK OK I OT OP OROUND
AT At, TION-On PRIOAY, the M day of
May, 1881, 1 shall a II, In front of the premise., et S
o'clock, p. ra , by virtue rf a deerl or tenet to the
enb-crlber, bearing da'e Ih 3.1 diyof anvil, ia2,
aod dly recorded lnl.Urr J A.H.No sio.folloi
100, 101 , aed 103, one of the land teeorda lor Warn
logloo county, In the llerlct of Colombia; the fol
lowing named prepeny, ljlrg ard being In lha ttty
or Wa'hleglon Dletrict aro-e.ald.vli
North part of Lot nnrabervl aevnten I. (17.) la
ai)iare numbered five hundred and eighty five, (181 )
bavirit a lront of 41 iVer on Sioond street weat, run.
aheback toan alley the course and dbtmee mure
felly male knovn on the day of pale with lhe lui
T'rma of ra'e- One half ess"!! balance In alar an I
twelve mintha, lhe putchaaer to g'aeno'eefor the
deferred payments, bearing Int.Mit fnm day of
sale, a dud given end a deed of trnet taken
A U ooaveyaiielng at the oet of tl-e t urchftaer I f
the rnrc'iacr should tail tn comply with the terms
Inovedaya after lhe eale, the trv.ee raeetvratbe
right to reaell the property at the riak aad coat cf Ihe
de faulting purchaacr, by advertialeg Ihe wm. Ir.r.o
Irmee In the Brriilica newarnpr . .,
ap .8 odl('e
V WAM AllAHWAUI.ArlV,Cr,nl
Ninth atreet nnd l'cnn. Avenue-
On HONDA Y, tho 38th day of April. WSV.at
o'clock t). m , br tlrtne of a dcW ot truil ireurriM
lnMberJ A 8, No (OJo'lo-iM etwj .fweoflbja
Usd rtoordi for WanMnglon county, u. C, I ahMl
Mil, at the AnoUon Itoorai of Wall h iamaid,
to the highest bidder, a vettloa of th trad ol land
SltuatM la th county of WI.lnlon(on tba hev
enth SUfct road, lmm diatrly aftjololug the tell
kcp(r'ahoue,attheilrit tali Kate.
Ttrmi made known on the dav of ale
U II WAKp,
WALL A ItABNAKO,
mirir.1 law4wJ.di Auctioneer
Y OllKK" A WII'MAMN. Awrlln-.
i p.ir<fnKilV NAtata nr KKAL ESlATh
ARtiNraowmnT Vy Urluec a tficre of tbr
(Jircuit tourt or me uinic.ni uommui, in cimn
cety iliMra, beaitn diti the 13th day of ebiuary,
A. 1 1 ISM, and pa d i a otne therNn deptndinir.
lu hkti .Iian.h T. Howard h conipUln.mt iM
KPhialm Uodblrd 'id uih"n are dcterdant ifhail
pfT.rforrletat oablin Ractton. in TIlUItb-DAl ,
Die In i. dey of May, A I in.s. In front nf Ihe pitm
lapf.tt 4 uclnck.tt m alt lhe rl4.1t, lUIe. Uteres
itidvutate of v.lilcli i:tenir I tod bird waa relied
and tKM:d..t theilxf rf hU dfceafe.or. la, and
to tbc lollowinft jiroia.rty.or omukhiutetuthclent,
town 1 ....
Lot numbered W () In iqoare numbered c'x l(tn
dred and ore, (1 01,) earner pvuih tjlrttind (Second
itp'tt vrest . ,
IiOtvambrred llirtc(3)lo rtuirc uumbcittl hrj
hundred knd ninety nine (""'J cormr of south P
fllrcet and Hicind mret wett
Th-e-nt hair lot numbrnd tiht (a) In nwra
numbered Tour hundred and nliety oltie.MW ) frnt
iti.t nruu1h Kilriet.tUwiCt. tvw and u half and
Sixth utreet-i ,
Lot numbtrnl fjurlicn.l ) In Mjiiir nuinlcfrl
nine hucdrct nod flelity Uirt-e. Ci.) fioutinff on
Twelfth itrrct nut, tt-twten i.crili t aad north U
And'rartoflotnurondU Jrtccnl3) jn qtn
numbrnd elx hnndrr I and twenty, G3 ) to wit
lnenooth fblrty rlt,le,) feet lront of raid lot
thirteen, (ll,)iktindlat buck with that width thi
entire depth of mid lot on UrstMrcct wl,b;tweer
north L and M itreetn--all of the plan of the city of
Wanhlcgton -a rortlon of which i-rorerty In lm
1 he f ale w 111 commence at part lot ft In r-innre 400,
on aouth K, between Four and a half and b xth
it'etm.and jontlnue f.omday lu daynntll all le
lermiof aile One third ciMi ; the residue In
thee eo,ual Imtalmenia cf tlx, twelve, and eighteen
months , the pnrohaaer gKlug hU noU-a for tho de
fetred tiktymeata, endorttd to the raTinfactlon of Iho
iatltiuiWe.and beTlfjr IsUrcat from the day of
le. Title deed to Da retalmd un'U the whole of
the purchara money. 1 paid
au conveyance ""' ; '"r.
v AHBUUY !.r.flP.l uce
UKKLS a. WILLIAMS,
ap 10 3tiw A.d Auctioneer
r'KANKIiIN a OO..
tl ramr'a aea , aoain ama, aarwaan raratrra
avn xniaTBiHTH araiiTf.
Lenaca, correctly tilted to the particular condition ol
the organa ol Sight
MILITAUV HbLD UI.Abhl.b
And MATIIKMATICAI, INM11UMKNTS, c ,
H-t the Loweet Laatern l'rlcta.
lo get your mcala, la at the
NKW YORK KAT1NG ROOMS,
ITI Sei ruth atreet, rppo-ite the 1'o.t Office Pejatt'
aty-Meala fined at alt houra -fc
lMKTICULAK All KSTION' ...,, ....
l.iia lu Li.r...ii.i.tr.ou
&r mxera are rcaprctlully lui lied lo atop la
TO 8BOW91KN AMI UTIIKIls.. An at '
tractive Diorama. V MIINO ION A!4U
THE M Alt," with oilier aoanea, nearly completed,
laoderen tor aale at a bargain, or at arranaimenl
nay I). made forapurtnerahlp.lerh.tja .Manaalrg
eapaclly and eome cah inraoa riulrttl. (1lre.
"A M U , 'box 6ti, roattlfllw, Wuahlugtou.il. t
A V FKIlIVAli.
i.. tr T.a llltt.'. hi4thilionorel annf uncine totlitj
cltlzenani Wahlreton au1 vicinity that hla MAV
fl.sllVAL mil take place it fKMfEltlNCI-.
UALI. Ka'reet, between Ninth and Until ktriela,
on IUUK'DA EVEMM1, Ma) 8, Ht3
HIS KUINOLF. ' OOMK
Jiut recelrlne . the largest etock ol
Writing Deaka, lrealug Cae, r div.i.M, tiiro
tlon and Alphabet Klocki, Uaunw, jhot..
graph Albums, (ilit and Uirl'
lanroue liooka, In K""l
varictlta, at war
Cull and eee, at I H'llrBU'S
d.j ii Cornei &viith tnd I atrf eU
A UL'bl.tKSS b'Olt HALE.
1 HE I'KiU'ltlKTOlt, being about to leave the
city, will dupoee of a bunlne which wilt ply a
gdud llvlne; to any one who will ergage lu It, witn a
title i rxcludvely canh Addre a,
I. T BVEUUIT,
ap22 1 2S9Ett ru't, Waehlogtvn, U C
WAXTKD TO RUaiT-Krom the lt cf 3Iiv, a
DWELL1NU containing from'. t H nioiiH.
with (In, between leuth and nCiccnih otreet. and
K etreet end IVrniylvanU avenue AdJr m, uji
l'entipylranU avenuo. ap il V
BO A H U VAWTKU-l.y a gintlemaa aud hii
wifat, with a child not yet two jean old.lu a
private lamlly,(A(nw,n fowl and umlW-tWt'v 1 uion
letnu not to exceed len Uollari r.r week, fir the
ihrei. Apply at thla otflce apll-H
BOAnDWASll.U-By a UhNTl.EMAN ul
I.AUV, In a prlnte lamlly, within ten rolnulw'
walk ol tne capi'.o 31 uat no inorouiu r '" ' "',"
u.compromlalDgly tor the Union Atldrrne ' n i.
M." Jlepubllcaa Omce, giving termi,.t.c ip..-ot
ANTS -WANTKU. TO HAVE EVERY-
,.... A Ir-e lt..t tfl!7 Oatn bllV LLCtnlDaT.
raralahlng OW;. Traeka, ll., d Cap;, at th.
lowtal price. aiDJii i -
mar o dsm
NOW IS THE TIJII! TO 11UY El'IllNU
Clothius, Iruuka, llau.anj Capa.atNo duo
beve ntli alroet mar -Ji dsm
SmitrH i sun: is i biiik rs i ai oi.urnici ,
l SMI lira,. No mil Sevrnth atreet, o wait.
1'oat Ulhce mar '.0 .lJin
N i:V(100DSI NEW 0001)3 1-CLOTIH.Nt.,
Kurnlehiog Oooda,Trunka, liata and C'apa, a:
Northern prloea, at No. 400 Seventh itreet, near K
ual w dJm
ALAKUE LOT OP MILITAUV VESTS Hill
aale cheap, at HMUll S, No. 10U beienth at ,
opposite l'oat Omt,c. ' W-dJ