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LOCAL NEWS.
AmiMmiidi
(Iromb'a Thiatm. At the urgent sollolU
tinn of many putront, Manager Oroter ha In
duced tbe great minstrel troupe to remain one
woolc longer. Tbls announcement will be ball;
od with pieature by many of our cltliena, and
wo predict for the talented company a crowded
hnufiu oaoh nfgbt. Tbe programme for the
grand drawing room entertainment of to-night,
li entirely new and well no lee ted, omtmiclcg
vimoof tbelr moit beautiful eonge, several of
tlietr amusing acU, and concluding with a bur
lesque opera. An there was a great rush for
leats during last week and many Indies were
unable to obtain a choice owing M the great
crowd, we suggest to our readers of our own
ei, to go In proper senium and secure deslra
ble seats for the ladlos who accompany them
GiNTiRBtTRT. Per ol vat's Excelsior Combina
tion. Tbe popular managers of this favorite
laceof remrt, have engaged for tbe present
tveek, Miss Fanny Forrest, the celebrated vocal
at, whu croated such a furore at Odd Fellows'
Hall, In this city about a year ago, and who
receives the highest salary of any one In the
profession; Miss Balile Duval, the sweet song
itrees, so well and favorably known In this
lommubity; Miss Augusta Walby, tho great
lensatlon danseuse, late of Winter (lardeu, N.
V".; Ulss Ellen Colleen, the splendid danseuse
trom the Continental Theatre, Philadelphia,
tndafull corns de ballet. Meiwrs. Denny Gal
ftflber, Audy LeavKt, Johnny Pierce, Charley
O'Nell, and the astonishing gymnasts, the Delft
ante Brothers, tocether with others too nume
ons to mention.
They will all appear to night tu a grand enter
tainment, and this simple announcement Is suf
lclent to fill the house to overflowing.
Ford's Atiiinicm. A most excellent bill Is
nit forth tor this evening's entertainment at
..ho aboe fashionable place of amusement, for
.be benefit of W. H. Donaldson, the daring rope
&lker. Miss Mollle Williams, the favorite ac
ross, together with Messrs. Sheldon, Keller,
ind others, appear In two very amusing come
ties. Mr. tlarry Ullbert, aided by the com
acy, appears In tbe new and very laughable
lantomime styled tbo 'Tbe Coopers." Mr.
Donaldson will repeat the daring feat of carry
ng a man un his back, from tbe stage to the
itllery, on a single rope. Ho also gives an
uoenston ouLside of the theatre on the rope,
loroM Tenth and E streets, this evening at 7
I'clock.
r-'Ugltalelng at ternary lloepltal.
The ceremony of raising the stars and stripes
m Kmory Hospital, as announced in our col
umns, took place on Saturday afternoon In the
presence ot an unusually lirge and enthusias
tic assemblage of ladles and gentlomen.
Tbe Marine Band opened the exercises with
thit soul-stirrlog air "NapoleonM March,"
pla ed in excellent style.
Ilev. Dr. Morsell, rector of Washington Parish
near tbe navy yard, then offered an appro
prlate prayer.
The hand then performed "Hall Columbia1'
In its usual manner with thrilling effect, after
which tbe national flag, a fine, I irge and beau
tiful emblem, was brought forward, and a lady
was commissioned to tnrow It to the breeze.
MUs Henrietta BUley, an accomplished and
patriotic young lady of this city, seized the
ropes, and amid Intense enthusiasm, sent the
glorious emblem to tbe top of the mast. Here
the breeze caught the banner at the right
moment, and ae.it Us "broadstripes and bright
atirs" fluttering In full lew where it proudly
floated amid tbe huzzars uf the crowd, accom
panted by the martial strains of the band which
appropriately struck up the never to bo for
gotten "Star Spangled Banner."
Rev. Bvron Sunderland. D. D.. was then in
troduoed to the audience, and delivered one of
the most eloquent and ImDressivo addresses on
tho present national conflict ever delivered In
the national metropolis. Ills peroration was
one if transporting power, for the almost
eenulchral stillness which nervaded Its delivery
was. on its conclusion, broken with rapturous
applause nycruicn sustainea soiaiers.iuo pai
noilo women of Washington, and the large
audience on and around the Platform.
At the close of Dr. Sunderland's addrons. Dr.
M. K. Sklllern. the surgeon in oh arte of Emory
Hospital, arose and formed tbo company Into a
line of march, and hoaded by the Marino Band,
tbo entire assemblage of Invited guests were
escorted to one of the buildings, whero hnsnl
taltty and good cheer awaited tbem. A cordial
welcome was extended by tbe surgeon and
officers, aud soon all were busily discussing tbe
merits of tho good things placed before them.
Alter mis mo company were snown inrougn
the establishment, which Is really a flne affair.
This hospital Is competent to shelter six hun
dred sick and disabled soldiers and provide and
caro lor tbem in a comfortable ir.ar.nor.
Dr. Sheldon, medical director, and other
prominent person, were present on this oc
casion, besides a largo number of ladios, who
were delighted with the placo and the occasion.
Tbo v eatber being flne and the exercises brief,
spirited, and . tried, tho occasion was enjoyed
by all present.
destroying a Legal Document
Chariot II. WiUdorf, tho proprietor of a ma
tauraut on Pennsylvania avenue, was arrested
on naiuraay imornoon (mi a unnea mates war
rint Issued by Justioe Johnson) by officer II.
M. Fenwlck, charged, on tho oath or Joseph
fllumer,"wllh maliciously destroying a Judg
ment, tho Dronertv of him. the said Joaenh
Ulumer, for tho purposo ot defrauding him out
of 13 50." It appears from the evidence that
(lluraer, who bad ltVncd a Judgmont tbe
same day against Wllldorf for tho above
amount, presented tbo same to him at bis
place of business and requested puyment.
Wllsdorf , h Ithout reading the paper, tore It In
pieces; hence the issue of the warrant. Wlls
dorf denied any intention of malicious mischief,
stating that he thought It was a love letter,
which he declarod he would altow no man to
hand to him over bis counter. He considered
that an insult to bis virtue. Tbo justice, In
consideration of tho nun's Ignorance of law
matters, and his disclaimer ot any malicious
Intent In destroying tbe document, dismissed
him mi tho charge of malicious mischief, but
held him to halt to Leep tbe peaco.
i 1 1 -A
llcartlraa KaUher.
A young man was arrested yesterday morn
ing by Officer I'endlo, mid brought before Jus
lice Johnson, on the charge of breaking open a
trunk and taking therefrom several articles of
doming, ine cnarge wasnreierrea uy martin
Kelley, the young man's father, to whom the
trunk belonged. The boy's mother, who ap
peared as a witness lor her son, testified to his
untiorm goou conauci, ana in worus oi toucn
Ing pathos recounted tho evidences of her son's
devotion to hla suQerlng mother and her family
ot helntess babes. Ho whs a good son. she said.
and lor a year p tut had boen tbe only support
of the family. Hor husband, who for six yean
past bus boen in Government employ at $50 a
montn, uuring an mat lime n.ia never oontriu
uted $5 towards tbe support of those whom na
lura fiRU inugui m iuui. u uiui iui oiu, uo un-
ing spent all of his money (or whisky The
Justice, alter dollvorlng some appropriate
words of advtco to the parties, dismissed tbe
Bon, and held tbo father to ball to Weep the
peace tow arm nis lamtiy.
i
Knicraaver ofConfcflaraato llonila
From a Richmond nauer we learn thit J,
llauingarton, formerly of this oit, hHS beou
selected by tbe rebel authorities tu eugrave
tbe bank note nlatos Intended for a fresh Issue
of that worthless ti ash, "Confederate bonds."
Mr. Baumgarten formerly enjoyed an extensive
reputation in this city fr swindling, and If he
Hiicceeda as well in robbing the Jeff. Davis ffov-
ormnent and the citizens of Hlohmond ashe did
tho Buchanan oligarchy and llio people of Wash
Irgtou, ho will oortaluly deiorvo great credit
lor his tact, as his reputation surely must have
preceuea mm. iook out tor oounierieu "uoq
led. bonds," ye denlens of rebeldom
Batimgarton, it will be remembered, applied
Inr HiltnUHlnn lntn llin n Uenublican Assocla-
tiun." but was reiectedon account of his bad
character and swindling propensities.
Uepct for the lilimtrlout Dcmil
In accordance with the proclamation of Pres
ident Lincoln and tbe ordor of the War and
Navy Departments, the doath of ex President
Van Buren was annouured list Saturday from
the various batteries In aud around the na
tional meiropoli. The governmental buildings
aero all closed and draped In mourning. B. II.
French, Ksq .Commissioner of Public Buildings,
also caused the Capitol to be closed, with other
demonstrations ot respect and esteem for the
I imented ex-Presidont of the Union. Tbe De
partment of Htate was also closed by a special
order of tho President.
Lady Atrcatetl.
On Saturday alternoon a lady on Capitol 11111
whb arreBted m a obane of making signs to
ipUI prisoners conflned tu the Old Capitol
buildir. On arriving at the gu ird house and
tDakinganexptau.Ulon she was lurlhwlth ro
I.KiHod. Wo hopo this will sore as an admoni
tion lu future.
Attempt to Pick i I'orkat.
Michael Uiley waa arrested last Saturday by
iiflb or Manual), ot tbe Fourth ward, for at
tempting to pick the pocket of a soldier. He
uas turned over to the military authorities.
We make no anolorv for our frequent allu
sion to this all Important topic. While we re
gret to see tbe apathy manifetWd with refer
ence to this matter by a portion of our clilf
we rejoice to know that the Interest in the
public schooli of tbe city Is rapidly progress
ing. The people are arousing, the press is
eoholng the sentiment, and the authorities art
raovlig In the right direction. Several weeks
ago a committee was appointed on a resolution
offered In tbe Board ot Trustees bv Mr. Stew
art, the object of which was the reorganization
of tbe puhlto schools. For tbe sake of the In
terests 01 me oiiy, u is to oa regreuea mai
Mr. Stewart was called away br Public duties.
The remaining members of the committee,
neure. j u. v uson ana u, ii Miner, uom ex
perienced men, have this matter In charge.
This committee, the Chronicle of yesterday
says," have prepared their report for the ao
tlonof the board. In their Judgment, there Is
an Imperative necessity for a revision of the
puhlto sohools, and recommend the following
programme. Tbo schools shall be divided Into
four grades, to be designated roapoo lively
Primary Schools Studies alphabet, spell
ing, readiug, punctuation, multiplication table,
use ui siaie, ana practice in singing.
Secondary Schools -Studies continuation of
studies in primary sohools, and, in addition,
mental arithmetic, practical arithmetic through
simple addition, primary geography, penman
ship, and vocal muslo.
Interme dl ate Bo hoola Stud le s Continuation
of studies of primary schools, large geography
far enough to answer any question on the map
of the Western Continent, arltbmello as far as
division of vulgar fractions, drawing and pri
mary grammar.
Grammar Schools Studies Same as now
prescribed for district sohools.
ana saiary oi me preceptor oi eaou male
! ram roar school, including his compensation
or tbe night school, 11,200 per annum: pre
ceptress of each female grammar school, $530
ner annum: teacher of each mate Intermediate
school, $500 per annum; teacher of each female
intermediate sonooi sou per annum; isaoner
of eaoh secondary sohool,t350 per annum;
teacher or a ioh primary $300 per annum,
The tabular statement shows, under tbe pre
sent system, n fly-Ate teaohers, at an aggregate
or salaries of $22,240. The proposed system
gives four at $1,200. four at $550. four at $500.
four at $150, twenty-seven at 1350, eleven at
saw, lourat iw, ana one at ww, (musio.)
being an aggregate of $24,450, or, with the ad
dition of four schools, $2,210 per annum over
the oost of the rtrenent svstem."
This Is substantially the same as the admirable
ys era adapted in the North, where free sohools
have attained such perfection, and we hope It
will speedily supersede the present detective
ayaiera.
Correction
To the Editor or tka Remtbltean .
In votir last liana h writer under the bead pf
"Local News," In noticing tho "malfeasance" of
a county cousiaoie, nae erroneously matea
as follows:
"We understand that several oases of a simi
lar nature (delinquency) against Callaghan
have been sent by Justice Thompson befoie
the Circuit Court, which has the power of ap
pointing county constables."
Allow me to state. In Justioe to the accused
as well as myself, that I have not sent "several
cases," nor even a single case, against that off!
oer to the Clroutt Court. It Is, however, true,
that about six months aeo I had occasion to In
tlmate to F O. Callaghan that In case he did not
immediately pay over to a certain pi hi nun me
amount of a judgment whloh that oflloer had
collected, and which he denied to have done, I
should complain to the court or his official oon
duct. But that course was not resorted to.
Callaghan having made an arrangement with
me piainuu, wmen ne aeemea satisfactory.
Respectfully, W. TnoaruoN, J. 1',
Arrival of Sick Soldi ra.
A few sick soldiers from Gen. Schurz's divi
sion arrived from Sperryville nt ten o'clock on
Saturday evening, eta Warrenton and Alexan
dria. The surgeon In charge of them states
that the railroad offloials were very attentive,
and tbe surgeon general was prompt In provid
ing ambulances for conveying tnem to the
Seminary Hospital. There Is very little sick
ness In Hen. Schurz's division, and the men are
In good condition to meet Jackson, " or any
other man," who will give tbem a chance to
show what they ran do.
CamH Keep out of Jail
Ste uheu Hloau was sent to (all some time since
forateallngapistol,and was released on Frldty
last, hut he seemed to like his old quarters so
well that, un BUurday forenoon, he got Into a
quarrel with some negroes near the Govern
ment Printing Oftlce. lie abused tho negroes
outrageously, beating one of them over the
head with a heavily loaded whip handle. He
waa arresieu oy uuicer renuie, or ine rourin
ward, and taken before Justice Waller, who
seut hlra to jail for court.
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1'cdaUng Without License
Justioe Walter eotdlslurbed while eatiui: his
dinner on Saturday by an Irish pedlar, who
was very anxious to dispone of aome of bis
wares. Had be known his customer he proba
bly would uot have been quite so Importunate
lu bis efforts to effect a sale. The Justice de
manded his license, which he failed to produce.
Ho wasDlaoed Inoharae of oflloer Drane. and
the Justice fined the pedlar $50. Ills name is
T. II. Uobluson. Pretty dear eel!.
Crlralnml Court
Judire Caawtoan Dresidlnft. Julv 20. The
case of James A. Wise, charged with assaulting
and resisting OfticerHbedd.of the Metropolitan
I'ouce, in the discharge oi nis uuues, was suu
mltted to tbo court. After bearing tho evi
dence, the Judge administered a sharp admoni
tion to tho prisoner on the enormity of his
offence, and then sentenced him to tbe countr
Jail for four months.
The Curability of DcafneM
The followtc lntereatlns cure of a cue of deaf
ntM where tbe patient, after being under treatment
aome time, began to give up all hope of ever recov
eriig uu neariDR. win iunr mu'iraii wuh ioui
Mlence oan do Mr. Bird.of tho War Department,
I a gentleman ot the utmo t respectability, and lain
daaioeai waa aevere sad of long standing
FA ox Moiciiziaaia,
Oouliatand AnrUt,2W Fenn Avenue
DiAa Hi a It U with proiound feelioga of grati
ttida 1 would expriai to you theiaUafaoilon I now
ftel at lb rft oral Ion ot my hearing For your
kindneaa In imparting rcaolntion to peralat In under
goiug and continniog your treatment I cou,lder
myaelf deeply Indebted, and take great pleaaure In
recommending you to all who are similarly situated.
Viry reapectrully,
Juiin 1) Bird,
War Depart me ut
Washington, J uly 22, 180 A
Dr ou M glvea hla entire attentlod to the treat
meni of the Ky aud Ksr Jy 2S 8t
' '
Croaa Wye Itrablamua Uperatlon
Eyea as crooked a poaaible, made parfeotly
itralght.by Dr. Von Uoacbzlaker etmpllfled opera
iion J7 .-
Vlstltiw Vmym rat th lloipitals la this
city.
tftwral Iloipital, (Circle.) Monday, Wed
nesday, Thursday, and R&turday, between 2
unrl A nVlnnlr. ti. in.
General Hospital, (Judiciary Square. Mon-
Oranoh Hospital, (K street Baptist church
and tbo Unitarian church.) Kvery day, from
1 to G o'clock.
Any addition to, or alterations in, the above
laDie wm oe oneenmiy iuauu.
,! '
Deafness, Kya and kar.
Itoftfaftu. and all mtladiei ol the eve aud tit ex
cloHively trest-d by Dr Von Morobziike r, oouliat
audaurit,W7 Pennsylvania avenue Ihe numer
oua teitlinoolali from nioh crelltable aoaroca repeat
edly paoiianea maae an mnner aiaiemf nu uqhjo
Uy M Jy ai et
FhnlnnrinhUfft Ua.llrv.
Wa call th tfonttnn ofonp readeri to b new 1'hO-
tuftraphlo Oallery whloh hu lately been established
byChas Welttle,atNo tkis Seventh itreet, between
Loulniana avenne and D street, where picture! are
taken In the hlgheat atyle of tbe art, at (be cheapest
rate A imnt. worth from twtfniy five ccnia to
two dollars, is given with each picture Je iMm
Usmklng Hates.
The following are the rates at which bankers
and brokers are buying and selling gold and
silver the legal tender notes being the stand
ard! Buying . Belling.
Gold Ujperc.premlO pero.prem.
silver i6 " " ;; ;;
Demand notes 6 " " ,,
Banks of Issue In Washington and Ueorgetowut
Washington. Georgetown.
Bank of Metropolis. ParmerB and Ueoh's
Bank of Washington. Bank.
Patriotic Bank. Bank of Commerce.
Farm's A Ueroh's. B'nk.
The Farmers' and Merchants' Bank and the
Bank of Commerce Issue notes of tho denomlna
tlon of one dollar an 1 upwards.
rlUWAKO X.VUU1TV,
Ho. 171 iViuuylgaiita aw., rWuAtnfflon, 21, C.
Bookihonui t eiarr atyU.Tnjker.liorooM.By
.oMOlJl ln.t-n
yMAitcirATiow comaimew.
Liar or claimaut am d of claims fee.
FERBED BEFOBJO TBE COMMISSION.
LCM'tiutf from the ItttMal JqmMfesa (8 apple
meet) of JtaelMhJ
0ffictftiQmmiHtoMrtmdertS9eiif April Milto"!,
ewweu " n umjor mow yj txtutt jrrurw una v
writ i or Ubne in (M DOiriet tf Columbia "
ClIT 11 A LI. WASHISOTOIT, Jalf IS, 1862
The folia win Id lit of all thi Mtlt oat died
andcr the abore act, trom ins .4th of June to tbe
16th of July. Inolaalve All penons having knowl
edge of aay faota going to show that in olalma are
In any reaptot 1U fooaded, ai rtqaeated to nbmlt
tltt same ror us ceceiaerauon oi im jommiaaiooare
By order oi in ussri
Wf. K WOODWARD,
Clerk.
iocki nmtoMtV
No, Nanus,
6? John MoGlnnU
Nx of NiniH of Oman'
blAVM. HlavM. Val a.
1 Rdwsrd II am mood 1000
680 1". (1 Washington
fr L.cuoa iiiaex
f-toulna Osttt
(leorglaoa Uaatt
Miclada Oantt
Sophia Gaatt
1 Hophla 81 wart
S ana llrooks
J ere Himma
600
400
wo
100
eoo
too
1000
SCO
MO
sou
400
1000
sou
Ml Olivia C. Wotttoo
Mi Altx A. Otter
ef William UeKnsw 4 Maria Walker
siary ivaiair
NHly
liaao Wilton
681 rontlope Tjler 1 Andrew Smith
ess Joalah lnt,adm'r i Mary Brown
M UaryJThrockmortoa o Oorgs HiLlib j
and Jos'h Deot.trua Martha
Blanche
laaao
4100
Hobart
Ueorge IJsys
2 PseeTcpe f
IrginU
W Vlrc ioia nioneiu x-
1000
SlBHaryK Kelntnll 1 1 Uhsrles Hmusrt I .
UarcamHeutM.lt WalurSuaart f vow
690 James II. Shtevs 9-Henry Cluk 1000
Sandy Clark looo
Asa oo
Henry Wtat TOO
JoliaiWeat Tio
JohaWrtt SjU
Laura Weat too
Jobah Joote 'ioo
JackF'nwlok 160
6M Chsrlu Lyona 1 Jacob Cole Uoo
691 Thoj It a tight wall S (Jtora Bawklu 8&o
Hargtrtt Fleteber 1800
Wah'ton Johnson 1400
AdJal Davla 140J
Charlts Flctchtr soj
602 Newton Jamea Cox 1 Kllia J action 600
Ml Jamas L. Caaaia 2 UanlatAaaThomasOJu
Catharlns J. Thomas uoo
691 UafbaiaAnnAlmattl Ueorgs Johaaon eoo
esft FranoU Mohan 1 Mary Marlaw low
690 Jouroan w. siaury a jnana l
Jobi y
Ueorgt I
697 Harriot U.MarahallX-KeslaUantt I
Naney Uaatt
6DJ Lcootrd llsrhssgb 4-lUnry llggi
Sarah From
Juliana HtMhi
200U
660
UlOO
Kom febllilrenj
C99 (leurge S Kriflt 1 Laoiada Wood boo
TOO Josepb C. Fearaon a kmlly Clarke ) 1aM
Jasy Clarke; iMV
701 Verllada U. Weill 2-Wm II UanlMUi .t0
Weill
70i Wm U Btrob
70J Jamea II Shrcve
adm'r oi Samuel
704 Woolford Stone
7M Heory Naylor
1 Lucy lloaaaly vw
a Oaro ineGrajraoa 600
George W. Urayioa loo
I.iannah Urotih too
2 Kiruty Clark I MM
Ueorge Clark J 230
18-Ctiarlei Youog 900
James Dlaoa fioo
Whllara Taney 1600
De 1 Wort 11)0
Clara Norrli 400
Frauk WilUami ltoo
lorn WilUami looo
lok WillUma BOO
John Willlami 4u0
Chios Dlron looo
Mary Jane Dlggi 12
bUphen Ulaoa 1&00
Sarah DUoi 1203
Allen Dixon UoO
Wliacy Dixon 700
v Maria Ana Dixon 600
Jiweph Dixon 160
Kitty Wat 6u0
CO llery Naylor.aars-Huiaa Vlgel
l ue try myiur.au i
or Ueorge ffaylor
Jane VI eel
aaliv Wahioaton
SftOO
atlaa Wiahtaslon I
John Wsahlnaton
7OT Martha A. I.I a ton 8-Charlotte Mudd iQ
iienrv uearr iuu
i amiila Jonea sco
fleorge P. Mad 4 12M
Cornelia J oiee 1060
(leorge Jones SoO
Kranc eUiary &
A Hoe Jonea '.ti
?aTQuoraM.WlllUEBj3 Charlotre Jonas)
Nsnoy Carter m
John Ilswilaa )
fou Jimti V. Khix t abrahana Uibtou 1
aaran nara ,-iou
jBoMonellWa'it)
710 Wm . Kobe r Uoo 1 I.awiCamacl M60
711 Wm bwaua.adm'rl Mist looo
713 1 homu Ormt I Kitty Luoa IIS
ti M II Itomv I Janu llatler 1
. .it iik.jAii. ii..i Lftmuk
IV UbW IUU BIIUI VIIUIIVkM "! -vuvv
Marssret Marlowl
?u John Marburr. Ir 1 2 J Hua.tnertlald I
rl
Juoaoa Jllicueii, i iaucr r iv
inner ;
UaulM U llaokey, ' George W. llutler)
truf'i of AnnOcl. I
3 ui.an romn
H fitori. Crttr
Tbwdoi. DatUr
Aon Batltr
Mary Cart.r
Ad.uid. Carter
John Carter
, Sally Carter
Huaa Maaoa
I30
lltOU
1110
760
SCO
1000
7IS And wMeroer.ofB l rtiomu Orem
ICO
117 Loul Cruel J-llarry Whltloe!
1300
uoo
IUIT ltUlUDg
Ceter WhlUoit
71a aeharlali Uurall o-Marjr HarwooJ
via, liar .un
Martha Johmou
rank, li.r ton
Htit.r Wrlf lit
Ileet.r.turrDtant
710 Edw. M. LUthlouu 4-Klll'jutH ) ,
juanaa
Jenny
720 William 1. Drury 1 frlM'a UolMieaHon 8m
711 Andrew J Harding l-urg. uroou
x.'r John Harding
721 John M. Koturt. 1 Kllia Jordan
723 Ann Koberta 4 Uarrlat (iordon
Uavld. h.r ton
Lilly Tlbbi
Luolnda, h.r aon
7J4 V.ru J Ulddl.ton 3 Carolina Shaw .
truite. and Ann Maria Smith
SM
looo
Mar Jan. P.rrr
Maria Loulia Doraoy 7o
73 Aiiuitu. K Parry 0
Luor Shaw
irutic.tana
Elian It. Mlddlaton
lluitvanaw
Dawaon Hhaw
Sidney Shaw
SaUyBhaw
Uoaty Jonea
U-lttcuel Mitklia
Cbarloti.
lHLlnClark
720 John U. Uammaok
727 Emily Lang
T.ft Itnhert K Avlmer
uargart watkina lotu
720 llnryNaylurroa. 1 Jamea WlUlama
euj
730 Matlna Magulr. 2-Latly Ford
Mary Young
731 EUuottti Minor J Mary E Jaoaeon I
Kaouy Jaokaou )
732 Ammon Grwn 2 Charlei Mahon.y
Friday Herbert
oi uegrae nuumr
1000
200
9200
too
100
733 Nancy W. Ilalmall 4-VIiry Jan. lanley
i Fanny r.nl.y i
UlKlO
Charlotte Ervlng J
10 Leonard Smith loo
Henrietta Smith too
Uwla Smith I40o
Alfred Smith ltoo
(leoria Smith ltOO
Julia Smith l)0
rhomaa Smith ltoo
II. nry Smith low
Carolina Smith HbO
Ucalna Smith loo
ALdrew Smith 2tj
Sarah Hopklna looj
I. Ilia Uopklna Uoo
Heilen llopklia 1100
Cbarlea Hopklna HOD
Edgar Hopklna uoo
Hani. fSarahl JIod
manna i.mey
731 Kiohard L. Horn
Una 100
William Hopklna
John Addleon
1 Sophia Qurd
1000
ltoo
300
lOOO
1000
looo
HtO
oso
0
1200
713 laaballa Morton
1 M Mirv U Uuticn
i aiana
717 AmoiDenham.trua II Mill Ann Lee
for A. E. Ualmalna Mary Kllia Leu
Alficd L.
i.dmonla Iee
Lealle Lee
Lttle Lea
739 Matilda W Emory 1 Mary Johsaou
73J Mary flUa Ueail 1 JullulCxiuSklnner uoo
no l'lilllp r, Berry u-
-HellT Beall
Sandy Beall
Urandlaon Beall
Sophia Beall
Sman and her In
fant
Margaret
Kitty
Robert
Alexander
Mary Ileal!
Henry Thomaj
Ann rhemaa
-Lelty Howard
lilly I
711 Clark Mllla
lorn
Kllcb
Jaokaon
tleorge
Letty a
chtldren
Kmlly
Levi Thomaa
Ann none
I'll lllp K.W.I
Kachtil Tbotaaa
-Luev Grav. or Jack
712 AnnMarlaSummeral
718 Ann M Warring 1
by bar committee
aon 10C0
-Gabriel .uj
Dektl rttllloMie' Iv 9t Kaeitaof Owuara'
Me. I HaoMa SlavM. .ana Vain
IM John Little lt-DU!ah 1'iout loo
Leandar SOi u
Tablilit lUjney ooi
Caleat. 18M
llort la.i ltoo
Kail kl ltoo
Naicijea Kl.nc 800
PennorWortulngton SAO
r,itn tf ley
Matilda to
tte.lamlnrurnell zoo
fJ.LffYcv MaK.mle !IHI
i a. ti no biiii...uara n i-n iiiiamrown .uoo
ot Jebn U Little
Tit Jao Little, taard'n 4 Lncy Slmmi 1
Mill, children 3-m
John-JaBBiltrn I
Ml Tho. II. Kntwlal. 1-Marga Hammond
KS J.A.BHeh. and M.-l-John Slranu
it o
MM
1000
too
1JJ0
1000
looo
too
100
800
2000
COO
too
tjT !ilawl(.,andJ. Marysimma
r . .aroery.
lit Virginia H. Wool
1 Sarah Jonea
8 Thomae Jthniton
Harriet Crawlord
llannih Jonaon
Jeaa. Wheeler
Henrr Watera
in auea nooit
7(1 Uraoe Dulaney 1 William llulany
711 Marg t Ann Millar J Charlotte I
Hrioe Martin t
7a3 Caroline MoAllater I Ktohel Kdmouaton
711 lUaa K. Hall 1 Mary Ann Sprlgg
bygnard'n.B Hall
111 Harry W. Hall I Thomai Sprlgg
hvanard'n. U Hall.
719 Keren I, Joy l-Lnclnda Bewail
Harr Bewail
too
looo
1.00
117 Klw'd Hall, Iruita 1 rhlllla Howe
Klltha J. Hall 1 lleoree Trier
180 Thomaa Young 8 Tonlea Kotrrat
Joeeph horreat
Jan. K iorreat
M A Korreat
JohnW rorreat
A C. foneat
Arthur ForrMt
0700
AnLt Forreat j
iwj a.u. r, uonne d-oidim
Naney
Alice
Ifanry
Harriet
Jikkaaaa
40W
161 I.amual J.Mlddlaton 2-Virgisla Howie
sarau uawie two
Tft'J Daa'l N. Ulddleton HKUca Jane Berry looo
.iamra i r.iuii suu
John child WOO
Mary Ann ( dren J 60
Clara Thomai looo
HeUn. herahilit LQ
7 Bnisa Worthing ton 2 Betsy Johay uoo
aioun arrion aw
784 Naney W DstIi
I Ann Lowry
nicyocn ijowry i
'eorffa Lowrv r
SSOO
Simon Moor j
76& Marr Jane Totner t 8 Janaa 1 homu 1
Beb'a II. Turner j KMhel Johnaon y 1500
Laolnda Johniout
TCfl U.A.WUlard.truat.'i-CallalUdolItt ana(,,llrt
forG. U WUlard Infant ahlld tltw
767 Mary K. Watts 1 Uarcaret ttiatemau 700
764 Sarah Crane 1 Betey Thomaa 300
709 Catharine s I-yoiia 4 Luoret a Bsmbrsge icoo
inaao namorage avv
llarla Bembrage two
Gharlti llembra 100
770 Preditlok Cadllpp 1 Thomai Henson w0
771 Marsh J Sommtr 4-Ulosh Uonty s 0
fin Btepnen uoriey HXO
1'rbcllla Wilton Woo
Altca tlfta sou
VilJtwnil lloooe 1 Uarrlagueen u0
7TS J Chandkr Smith 1 Sarah Klkn Brown ruo
774 Joshua rieroa 10-aJeremiahU.beuu 1200
nancy Carroll 60
Wm II. B4kctt tthO
Thomaj Uhodea loXO
Auca M Huatln liOO
I-lien Beck-t 12D0
Charlotte K Carroll 12 0
Anthony ti Carroll 1200
that lea J.Carroll t'O
Wm Nioh'i Ituatin 76
776 Wm Canton, ndmm Joahua
1U0
UO
4C0
luOO
000
660
100
01 wm a uuaun. uennie
776 Kacbel lilei 1 Sophia Sewal
777 1'eUrC. tlowlad'ra Wm Shorter
of r.O. Howie
Ann Shorter
Kebeeta shorter
1-Uenry White
1 Anna Brooke
778 James Whl.e
719 HaryS. "erby
600
ibu add umn
10 Msrr Jane Doraey looo
Henrr boreey uoo
Charlei Donsy lsoo
aaianna Dortey 11C0
KrsncU Darvey 1WJ0
Jno anat'a Doixy l'.oo
Ibomu Waun 00
Aaron Kdmonion too
Vaohalll Ldmonaon 800
l'hebe Kdmonion
&G0
761 Uaarge W. Hal too U-LatUe Bowie I
John. hr child
COO
tas
uoo
IbuO
1600
250
-U0
lyoo
:'M
J 00
to
1000
7i C 11. Lelbermaa
763 I, L (1. Wilaoo
1 Uuiel Jon a
0 Jamea
Lowdcr
Daniel
Wllltam Henry
Prtatoa Browu
Ibbey
Kacbel
Sabra
Sarah
TBI l Jointly with Ma 8-lloraoe
61 ( ryO Wltton
Llttiatoa
.t Samuel
781 M.ry U Wllaon
786 Kar. J. Muraell
John
3Lllzabelh Kavea 1
LewUrrfaUayedMeoo
Uavv llsvvi 1
TKl Hanrv Weaver
1 Jane looo
7S7 Ilanrv Waavcr. for 5 Cato
14)0
aelt, and w goard'n Sarah
oriienry S, Ange Unula
line, and Thaode
Baraee
788 Sam'l ltlgf a,o! B 9-Kliia Hall
John laratcber
Coo
1400
4(K)
769 Stephen Gougb 1 6 Kmlly Oreanwell
Georgian a dough j
Charlotte Oreenwell sou
UartbaUreenwelt sou
Batty Ureenwell too
Kmlly Oreenwell, 2d SCO
uvula f UIWHWCIl IJW
7vo Kabacoa Wllllsmi 8Sarah Maaon looo
Sophia Maton 14
Wm Maeon too
Charity Amuab looj
Samuel BteTenaon
Henry Ambush
John Thousi
voco
1800
18C0
1000
KDO
MX)
Sarah Maaon
9 Joe Truty
Audrewlruity
Anna TruHty
1-Uarrlet Wllllauii
1fe.mlly
v Virginia ltngdon
lul ihouiuKnowles
40(1
ICOO
two
800
luuo
800
bOO
7ti Mary K bibb
73 Ju Uarrlaon
:w Verllada Shaw
ueorgt un
hllta Watera
Mary Lee
Ktleu Lee
Julia Watt re
Jamea Watera
80.
ao
8M
Uarrlat A. Bragdoa too
JLiian iiraguon
796 Charles B Ibermsn V Henry Mociabee
aiary JiiocKauev
Frank IMary'i
Sarah children
Kose Mookabtc
uanry, hereon
Ann Mockabet)
Louiaa Koekabee
Walter darner
196 Bsehel A M lol 16 1 Han Green
aon and John B. William Urean
Turton. eaVn of W. Naney Oreeo
II Tuiton. (JawawyOreen
Leona Ureen
John Ludlow
LlliaOray
iitnay Gray
Grace Gray
Orlando Gray
Walter Gray
iteveidy Gray
Jno Aaburjruray
Cat ilio e Gray
LhsrleaGrsy
aaslaylor
8uW
7vl lleary Ksogla -'! Warring
Nathan Urooka
Kebecoa lirUcu
Mary Brlwo
lleury Brlaco
Joeeph Briaco
vVa-blogton Urleco
Martha Urlaco
ltiQnv Brlaco
798 Wm V Dloklnaoa a Haniet Wlnstoa
Robert Wlniten
7u0 Luolnda B Mat
lUf nnU Berry
thawa, exMutrlx of
lienryC Mstthewa
Hiuiamoyuou
i.iictoaa noia
hlizaJaneSowera I.00
Mirv Curtia
lUvO
Madeline Curtia
Agnea Curtia
hur.au Jackson
Ann Jsckaon
Matilda Miller
li0
800 Luclnda
tltawa
vrvder s Aisinaon
SO .lobnK. Urldget
60J Ibomaa Blsgden
1-Laara Digges
-lUarta nan
I
Walter Boyd
Uoyd y
yd j
or.ej 1,..UU W linnau i DallV 1 It'll
1500
iOO
10OO
jjO
800
11V6
UOO
fiOO
loou
t.lK)
loou
ftUU
Ji0
oUO
beu
I tat'J
( 1D0
fO
li)0
liOO
JOlHI
ova. .., . ..w..., - -----f ,, -,,
Ann Brottcn
James Hrotten
1 Maria Snowden
a Gaorge Allan
Arnutcad Turntr
Thomaa Turntr
I uiy lurner
KlUabeiU Turner
Cecelia lurner
1 .Maria
c miMlrten
Anna-Green
HU dree ii
Horti.ee KUa a
Hlii cU1Mq
tieorge
I Harriet Bond
l- Lc Cal.eit
I- Sarah V Manon
II vity ..
604 Sarah Poreey
605 Ann Mo Denial
Bin Joseph Ingle
807 Kaau llckrall
8u8 John MoKnay
809 Kitthugb Coy le
810 rhlnea F Wood
Mary E Wood
fllarh N Lleiuenti
Anbury Lloyd, trua
811 John fl Johna
i.uoy ftf. Johna
Wm S Uarrelt
Virginia K. UsrreU
Hui.au
Marivu
Martha
Will-am Haury
(AO
WOO
OSAL4 TUKUKV6LNUU -STAMPS.
Taaaacar DarAkTaatT.
f $tce tff Internal Janw, J t jriM, lmy
I'HOI'GSALS will be reoairtd until W rdneady
the tthil Ausurt next, fur futnlanlLg K vnao
htauipe ukdtr the recent act olCoagra mpoaing
KampUu'le..
llid.er will ata'o tbe prloe per lbojaud alampi,
dri.lvcrabl- U pa.kagea of tan tboutaad each at tue
irvaaurr aflpartmeaaiB lTauimgion
Alu. ilia t.rica uer llnusand in aluular uack iraa.
dilirenble to tueegentof the Oiipattineat at ihe
place of munnfaetnre
Ala .th nrlQrt ritF thoiMifid dtiWtritJ 1 lartrer
paokagea.ai required, eltner at the Oi-tartment, or
)ir ui uisnuiRcmrBi
niSU. Uiej yiiuB r IIIUUHUUi Nll (II IM UI.U
quamitlaaai may be a ally ordered for the ute of
biiiora bbu tjvairi.BfTrr m a mu iwg uiuurta
uinct. and aecurely paokad In tin cuca aultable
Dit-arra' uoara uoari, wiu. rauiiiu, vt oincr rquauy
itrong oovers, or )loedcnrfiOv, acording to tbe
auantltv aud diatanea to bo oonTetad. ai ram ha ta
ijutred by the Departmeat,btatlog toe diHeraoee,Jf
any, oeiwccn ine ooei oi acutery to nn agrni 11 toe
plaoe ol menu feature an 1 at Waihlntoti
All auch tiKClcarM Defor milllnc to bo re.eka.ni
I tied and the i ampa rtooontrd by an agent (I tbia
uipinnrDi.
Iladdera alii a u clve tbe additional cont Tor dl
rtctlng psckigra for the malls blJ prt paring blank
receipu, uudrr the direction of au agvut oi tbe Ua
pattmant, tl her at the li pailmeal or luubttlactory.
1'ropuaali mut be made fr the atamnj In theeti.
lerlectly Rumined ani perlorated in audi manner
im( rmcu irBriiB lam) un ue retiuiiy ueiscucu inu
Uted
On and after Wedom day, the 3Jihoi July hirtaut,
deaigna (or the irupoel atamn maytehnat tbe
olUc ol tbe Coinmtralourr of internal 1 1 venue
Kach bid la to be accompanied with a aptclmcn of
ineaiyiaoi cDgraina; ana uiequaiuy oi paper to oe
lurnUhtd, wbleh will be aub mltted to a board of
dlMlntcreated experts or artiate lor ex .minatiuu , and
the accepted bidder, before the Una I cjotuu.iLat.on
ola contract, will bereqaUvdto lutniah proof im
preaalon-i ol the engraving! of tbe aever.il (leuoocloa
lloni ol atampe
Speclmtna of board and tin boxea and lined en-
lof ei muat alao beiubmltted wltli eaeb bid It la
licoeaiary to protect the boa e by mutlin.or other
coveri, In tbe moat effectual manner, agaleat wet and
kbrtnloa The contract wilt require all dlea and
platea to be prepared and kept In repair, and that
new diva ana plaUaohallbe made,elthr Lr the pre
max denomination., ol atampi or othera, without
charge, at tliepleavure of the u(iartment And all
audi dice aal plates are to be the prupeit ot tbe
Unittd Slates lor the service oi Hie Irtaaury le
partment.
No bid-; will be coaaldered except from partira who
nave uein aoiuaur tnjragea in toe uutineii oi cop
par plate or a tee. engraving and printing, and who
arc thna ensured at the lime of biddies, and uro? 1
ded with all the n'Cciwary tact 1 ka toaxeouta the
work promptly, and give tbe requisite protection to
tae atamps.diea, and plate la their pos.ta oa
l'artiia not known to the Dijiartnunt will furalih
projl at to three polnta.
Inlwsrdiog the contract the CommlaaloQer of la
teroal Uervnuereieivei the right of deciding wbicb
bl 1, la iti practical reaulU, Buy be muat to the In
urutof the Department, having reference to the
a yteofthe work, Mcurtty, mode of packing, ao
Tropoiali ah9uld be carefully sealed, and marked
"1'ropoaaia tor Uevenue Staniw," and acdretwed to
theCommferi ner of Internal Iteveiiue
GtUKGK S 11DU1 vVH.I,,
Comiuiialonvr of luterual ltvenue
t 91-tAngfl
WANTS.
WANrauU K (tebterl furnlfbel houw, with 10
or li rooma Jteut nivable moat Mr lo ni-
ynci AdJtMlmniedlul)r, Box 767, T O
jy ai ii"
WAW rKUABORERS 'rOR THE COM.
mlfjirr Daiir.ment at Ilarriaon'rt LtuaUr
Quarlera provided and good medical atteudauce
Apply, for one work, to Mr. tuiklin or Mr Vm ,
at the Depot Commlt-ary, icvj or G otreet
A ltKUlUYUll,
Jy93 lw Major C. S
WAN'iKUUyk Lady, a aliuaUoo a teacher
of muiia find tlia uaual branch: of education
lfdeslnd) In a family or school. Tbe be-t of refer
encea siren and rniulrei. flea e ad dren liume.
dlately,atailog partioulara, Uev. C1IAS STKAU,
o 4i6, Waabington itreet, BOt)ton,MaM
jy iiiii
WANTKU At the New .oik hmplomcu
Agency Offloe, No 611 Ninth aireet, near la
avenue, TWEN1 Y-FIVK (36) H11 h and COL
OitKD GIULS, with good referencee, as Cooka
Chambermalda, Laundre-m-i, Waitrfwtv, Nurae
and Seamatreaaei Aluo young Colored Meu to wal
on tablet In Trivate Famlbi or Ho'ela Alao want
edhotuee Immediately, with or without l-nniltu-t
Kmployera in want of (ood h-tp, will 11 nd It to ihrtr
advantage to call
myr.8tf N. II. MI LI. KB
RUOMH Art U Ul a Hb.-Two large airy roomi,
ercond Door and board, at UO K atrvtt, between
Scunl and rhlrJ, with a Nortliern finilly
Jy 28 3i
TUli llkNT-lWU 1'AULOItS, ha ing m
1 oonneo Ion with tin o her patt of the bouse
Inquire at fctw ew Jeraeyav nue.aouti of Uie
Capitol A pleaaant altuatioa for the aummer
Jyio-'f
A rUKNISUKD 1IOUSK TO LET Ihe com
J lortable and neatly lurnlahrd Uoum, No U
MiaMnirl avenue, la now lor rent For term, spplj
ibtt urMiai
J'
j i it
mo INVKTOItM AND l'4TKHTlCKt.
MUNN A CO .proprietor! of ihe.Stu-nrtT. Jfnrrium,
an i agenta for procuring American and Foreign
PATENTS.
Wuh Sixteen YeatseijtrieHcemtfie itttuneii,
KelertoUon Judge Maaon. Hon Joeeph Holt,
Jton W. U. liuuop. ex woniniiane7a oi i'aicnie
and to moie than fifteen thouaand Inventon who
have had buatnrm donlhrough Munn tt Co 'a Fat
ent Agency.
Pamphlet of adtlceaent free ly ruail
Patent Lawa atd Kegulatlona, ItHi pigeV5cente
mail
No ohsrge for conjiultaUou, orally or by mail
l'reltmloary Kxaminalton in United blatee Talent
Umre, 66.
O llio a, No .17 Fark Uow, New York, Washing
too, corner of K and Seventh sireebi, opponitt the
Patent OiBce mar 14 Km It
VAN AftURiVH I'ATKNT
mtLTAHl.ha C4PV1NU IMtKHM,
HANNAH & CO.,
St lo Prutrirtori,' Cliff aireet, New York
Twubita SI 00 aud $I.
jg- On receipt ot prloe, a Preaa will be mailed to
any addhM, ttoatage paid Deaoriptlve Clroulara
atrnt ii rueattd otatlonera and A Rent supplied
on liberal iirnw
aeT- r xiraoniluary IndaiMiuenU oiierad tu tntelll
gr.f.1 Aif-nt " u -tawlt.
W'
INtMOh CITY 1 All lib.!,
AlflV i'OHK AVKXVK,
fWtuvn ftrU and .Sacxnd Xtreeti.
the fubmirlber reaptctfully Informs the public
tli at Im nis re oteiied tbe above pleaaant retreat lor
tbi-i f-hoh, ATiii tliat berealter.oo every MON DAI
and 1HUKHDA), at n o'clock p m , there will be
a Baudot Muaic in ittend4no
A Una 1n piulley and Shooting Gallery have
been erected lor the auiunen.ru t ol vinitore
Clubi and AiMOCUtiona cau iiavo tin una of the
Garden b? giving notice to the proprietor He
pledges blnuelf that he will nae bia beat eudeavon
forleaaeall who will honor Urn with their presence.
my 84 3m KltNbT HKKILKU.
BULLION UANK.Thia Bank la now doing
bnatneaa at the curcer of Pennayhanla avenue
aud Fonrandabatt atreeti, dealing In exchange,
dralts,prcle,&a , alao, redeenu their email bills In
aii le. at current rates, or I reaaury note.
' ' II BUACICLTl.Prret
S K Hi-xi kh,( ashler Jy26 )m
rpU OKK1CKIIS, SUTLKHM, JLtc.
A new light, four wheeled WA
GON, with water proot eovera,
and baudiiome katuer cunluuna,
built to order at New York and coat 189,FOH
SALK, at a moderate price Alao, a New York
made eetot DOUBLE UAUNKSS, plated btUnga
never uiied Alio, a ret nf pnln Suota lUawaae,
quite new Apply 1( - "r ble and Groom
fo481 Heitn-iilh it - i 1 rtMS
ClttCLK INS11TUTK Kllll YOUfIG l.A
1I11CH, No. 01 It etreet, near the ( I rile,
larina per Quarter ot len etk, $12 fcrrnsti and
mm lo Included
SpanUli, Italian, German. Latin, and several otliar
languageN taught in the aame tchc..l.
it- a API'ONH will irlva three lecture each
week on Literature aod (science, and otherwiae aanlit
whenever he can vpare time irom uu meuioai pruira
J j 4 Uas. A. APPONK,I'rlnolpat
T "
fc 1. W. UA'fha,
I'raclical Hock anil Watch Repairer ami
Toi7i7'ollOjri$
No 4J1 Katreet.onedoorbelowSeventhatiit
Allatylea of CLOCKS repaired at reaideuoia by
leaving addreca, and warranted to gite tatlriraction
lor one year All atylea ol CLOCKS for aale at the
loaeit (.ash inert. All order a at te tided tu witli
promptneiM aud dl patch jy n
1 () It PIN KY I'OIN 'I
he lnlllattanierkhllOKT will leave ; the
maoi Hieuih dtreet lor Plney point. h Mil
Stl IltllVl JHUKIiMt at H OOiOCK uriuriiiiiu
wfl Move Piuvy Polul SUNDA AMKBNOON,
JyyJ-tl WM. It SNOW, Ageni.
A 1,1, 'illh. UKHT COOKIHG HrOVK,
IAHLK UU1l.bK, AND
HllUSKKLKPirG All I ICM8.
Ol' ALL KINDS
Oamu uruiture and 1 la ware, tu b bad of ,
r W. II HAHKOVKB,
iar 4 si Nu k4i S"M'MstiaiaV
puoi1
AMUSEMENTS.
FORD'S ATHENAEUM.
Tenth atreel, le ween K and K.
Blotiftar KvenlMg, July !4S.
Beuetli of
W. 11. DONALDSON,
rii. darl.f ruj4 welter.
TWO ltOAHINU CUHhblEH
SCREAMING PAN10M1AW.
Mill HULL1K WILMAMg,
Mr. 1AK11Y HII.BMtT,
llr. W. 1'. 8IIKLUON,
Hr K. I. Kr'.LLER,
And th. lulldianaatlo and Faolomim. Troup.
appeara
Th. beaaUfal ocmedy of
Too MtenHte by Uair,
In whlon Uiea William., Me.r.7 Sheldon, Keller,
Ac, will appear
Mr . D onaldson.
Will walk the rope Willi a man on lite back
lob. followed by the oomedjr ol
Tbe ZUflo BilcadOi
Mm UlhUme, Meme Sheldon, Keller, w , in
the cait
1 o oonolud. with th. Hoarins 1'aQtouluie ol
tjehh ooopsiza,
In wheh Harry (illLfrl.W. II Uonaldaon,Ao ,
will apiar
During Ihe piece Ihe thrlllo Impatrmtlit r.at
will be petlormcd
SCAI.K OK l'UICM
Parqueite aod Urrea circle 3&cenle
(ircbeatraHeata .60 '
Family Circle expriB'ly lorcjluredtieraona Ui
Jyai
GROVHR'S THBATRB.
Monday Kvculner, July SIN,
.mil ar.ry Kv.nlngt
Theooolekt place ol amusement In lueclly
SECOND WKKK Srt'ONU WKKK I
811 LI, CKUWDKD 111 TIIK I'LlIi:
AND KASI1ION,
10 SBK TflK l'KOl'LKB KAVOltlTKS,
HOOLEY'S M1NSTKELS.
E. M. IIOOLKV aad U W, II OIIIKFIN,
Propriotora
TUB NONrAltlKXTUOOrKOKTIIK. WOULD.
Gomprliinir more at rllag talent than any ether
iroupaiain. proieaaion.
BVK.ItV STAR IN UIS lil'BT KKKOttl ,
KVKRV STAR IN 1113 llKST EKKOIIT,
Till. Week I 1 hi. Week I
VN I'.NTIKK. CIIANO OK I'llOOKAM ML
every nliht
OBSKKVK AN KNrlltK CIIA.SUK fllUHTLY.
Kv.ry IhlnK N.rl Kvery Iblnn Near I
TUB OEMS OK MINoTKfcLSV,
LEOirlSIATKI,V PEKFOIMfD
IIY IIIKCUKAM OK Till. l'HOFESSIO.N
HOOmV'dJMINHTKKLtf.
I'KlCrS OF AuMISSION
DreuClral.atd Kamilr Circle SVoenta
Oroheetra Chain toot extra.
frtvale Uoaej.,.. . . ,4
Doora open at tyi to oonuneuoe at 8 V o'clock
Iortaitiiularii.ee projtr.mmea
)r I I our
CANTERBURY HALL.
LuulelMUa. Avenue, mar talttli MreC,
The Cool Mlttreat.
TON1QIIT,
FIIKSII AHRAY OF TALENT.
TIIKC1U I, 3TILI. Tllb tOMK
I UK KMKLSlUlt
,'OMHIiAT10N COMPANY.
20 JMIDTJTJ- 3XlJa.XI.EIt
1 irat aptteararce ot Mia.
FANNY FORKEST,
Ilia beautiful DatliinK Queen of Soujt ftbe 1
pronouncei totaiheteiy beat lady Vocalli ou the
American atage, and U recelTloy the largest aalary
eTerglvtn to aSongairem in a Conoert Hall, and
withal very handeome woman
MlaiSALLIE UUAL,
Ibe aooointiliibed honK"trva)
Mb- AUtiUSIA WAI.lt.,
The arrat r-enaatLn UaueuMf
laieof Wiutertiarden.N
VLX.Y.X CDLLKfc.N,
Die beautiful Hanaeuda trom tlie OonUaeotal
UtfStre, f hi lade I vltia the charnitug
daugh'er of Terpilclitre
MiiLUCV CI.1HON, MIm LIIK KKANl'l,
MAUtllh VbHNUN,
Au.UluMCOItr 1K ltALLUroltUeuwit
UHAUTItUL LAUIKS UN
Tlio aJCKAOtrlOarAXA Otaiio
Hrnt aiipearance ot Ihe
m Li.VAN rK uuuriihits,
I he mot .Wring Uyionaata lu the world
UKNNY GALLAnilhU,
Ihe Krst I thioi'lan delineator
KliTt appearance ol
CHAKLIi: (I'NKIL,
1 he champion l.iwence ol old Irglnia, and
Mtiioplan artlt
.1()HNN l'lLKCK,
Die I'rioc-3 of l.tliiupiana
He cngairentent oi
ANl LKAVU1,
Ihe tunny I'lantatlon Uarkey erformer,
tlie ohami'lon Haojomt of the world
W it HAUIttSUN,
I he Kxtemioraiieuiia Singer
WILL1K KMhUMKN,
Ami a number ol othera,
Making the largeat Company ever appearlog ou
the Canterbury atage
ALL Nhw ACTS IO-NHU11
Entire Change of Programme.
A Imhuiiun, 2ft cent. Orclie.tr. Chair., bo oeuu
Doora open, T .. IVrlonnanLe, tt '4 o clock
Jy,a 3lar-.l.J
PU1J)VS VAUII'.TIKH. '
Slalh atret-t, second IIoumi lion Avunue
rerloniianiefromluoilook to I p ui
from & o olock uutll vy.
Kveiiiuif
Look at Ihe taleut engfKcd at the ailrllra
A kltKb CONCMll
MU LOU HI HUM,
The rhiriiiinK 'louff.trriw
MIm UA) CAU-ilA.NII,
Hie Tropin'. lalOfllt
J ) ADAMS,
llu,j..lal
I) ! FK.MON
N.aM Dt-Unrelor
MAHlUt CAhSOS,
JlK Danour
MASIHl JOSKH
oung Ainvrkan sloner
1'roIvMOr I.1U1NI Muaital Dliucior
The beat ol WINrS aud I.IU.UOKS aertel by
annul it waller. Jy - lw
LMtlCK 1'IIUIHKNAUU tUNUklll,
J At tiik
UAUDI.N AUIOININU MIXIIANICS' HALL,
Varylonf Aitnm, uftrrh' CaftliA r.mii it
the uoderaieocd reeiieitlully lafonii. the publio
that h.haamadtf arrauKeiiieotalliat (.uetiry W LU
NK3DAV mdHAlUKllAl K .NIN(I, .fler tu.
concert, at Capitol (ardcu are clo.cd, a part ol the
Mai Ine Haud uil yiv. a k aud 1'rcmt-naJe Coucert
at the alove named plate Uiuici Hefrvahmenta
con.tantly on hand f The Uarilen will br beau,
tltuhy Illuminated
JOHN Hrl'K,
Jy It Iiu I'toprletor
IN V hS'l'M liN'l'S.
SI.VKN AND TilHLt. ll..Mllrt INIILD
.SIA1L.S NOll'.S,
UMI1K1) hlArha IIONDS-liUI, IMI,
ONi: lSAIt UKIirirlUATKH OK IND1 IIIKO
NhhS,
tjllAUlLUMASIKItH OUCIIKItU,
1IKMANI) .NOT1.S,(OLD IMHUh )
i,ctol Auitu.t 10, 1M
AUKHICAN AND rOKhlUN HOLD
U.NCUIUU.N1 HANK NO I Kb,
UIO( KS AND HO.NDi ON LOUMISHION,
llouiiht and Hold
KUTENHODSK, KANT A CO ,
Itankera.ii I'ennaylvaoia avenue
Jy 18-lm
IirKVAMU'S
AVITV13 HALOON,
4MU K1U11111 B1UKK1,
Xrur ViinstIc-arua Aotnui1,
WAHIUNIITOS, D. C
Alhu,
I M PO R Tl II OF
u'cruiau, I'rtnth, oiiil Cnlitwba Winn.
llrauoh ol So Hpruiw .trvet aud d Weat r orty
third meet, Mew I oik Je Li 3m
Nl
OTICh IM ULIthlli IIN IIIA1 TIIK
tiirMtlii litretol re eal.tlni; oeneeii
MIX A COrhlN la Uila day dl rolled Mmulual
.KIMS II I 1 LI.,
I lull IN
.lohud l.yle "llll couliuur. id. bu.lna at Ihe
old .laud
na.HiauToii lulyal,!'"- 1 n
AUCTION" SALES.
OMxIjib
BV W. L. WLL At Ct., AaetUaatn,
Hucceafor-t to Wauft Baatrain,
South cor erl'.na v and Ninth ktret.
iKUbTKES'SALKOr VALUADLK IMTROV.
KD rRUl'LIlTl uyTTrtnaofadefdoftmjt.dnly
raadeanlreooidtiliLlber.J A. 8, No. 17I,lbUot
l,ttMri , we aliall proceed to Mil at auction, to
ilia highest bldif-r, nu the premUea. it ft o'clock, p
u , ou MONHAY,ilie Silli day or July.A. 1 .latoi,
tbefollowicg property, vlr
Lot, itumbrred nlnatten, (lv.) in tonart nnmben il
nea hundred aud alxieen (MB) with the Improre
menta theieon, conabUair ol five amall brick Uoum.
The property laaltuatcd on K Ureal north, between
i ourtii aii j IfiU atreebt wait
Terma of Sale One third caah, the reildnt In ala,
twelve and eighteen month), 1 lie purchaser to gtte
notea for the deferred paymma, bearing 1st net
from the day ofaale. adeeo given and aeeed oftrwt
required to eeenre the payment of the notea All
eotreyanolo.T at the oaat of tne pnrchaaer.
If Ibe purchiaerahould fail io comply with the
terma In live daye alter aale, tha lruieee leeerre
the right to re aell the t ropeity at the rl.k. and cont
cl the defiulllog purcba.ief,by adTertUiogthe faaae
three liniM In the National fntrtti ynrrr
ALKKKH HMUCKINd,
AM UN KUUKLY,Traaleei
W L WALu ACQ,
Jy 21 VtiHcVJj Auctloueera
Pixturo ttm-ymm
BV J. V. MeUCIHK.V to7, AeietloMeere.
IIUUSKHOLD FUUNirUKh AN1 KITCII
KX KKQUlHin. Al AUCTION, ATTHK KLS
1URNCK OF A FAMILY MOVIN'H WKST-LB
WKDNK81a. next. July uUth. at 10 o olock. e
ahallaell.at No 63a, I atrret north, between jourMi
and Fifth iirteta wra', Jgto- mWIng Id (art of the
fotlowleg excellent lurniture
Mahogany Haircloth Sofa
Uotlno 1 able, alnnt H halo, t
Haircloth I Cocking and other Ch.rri
Cloth Lounge
A number of Hilt 1-ramea
Window Curtalaa
Carjirta, Matting and Oilcloth
Book Casea and linreau
Kight-day Clock, Coal Oil Lampa
Looking Ulaaiej, 1 ablet
Parlor and Chamber Stovca, !!, ba
Itedatcada, Hair and other Mattieaaea
Waabatand and Chamber Chalra
Kitchen Itcrialaltta, safe, and Cooking Storia.
ACAO
leruHcaah
tar Honie and 1 ut (or tale or rent Inqnlrt on
Hie premiaca
j c Mcouira&co,
Jy S3 Auctio oeera.
BV J. C. HeGUIHK A CO., AocUoneere.
LAUOK STOCK OF FINE CONFECTION
tar and Confectioner'! Moulda Coppera. Toola,
1-rencb Plate Mlrrora, Olaae Caea, Jara, ha ,at
Auction On TUKSDA MOBNING, July sinh.
oomvenoing at 10 o'clock, we ihall aell. at tbe well
known eatabllahment ot C llautter, renniylrania
avenue, between Twelitf. ard Ihlrleeoth atreeta,
hla entlr atock of Coaroiionery, Mouldi, Olaaa
Counter Casea. Silver Pjated Ccunter Scalar, (Jlaw
Iara,to , conii ting, In pjrt.rf
Hoe fpnch Cninile atd Uanbona
Un accy Boxm. Kuvelopea. ao
Mae Con-irrve jrulta and Plain Candie-i
Kietoh I'reienca, L'Jeklee
Krandy Irulia no , in great variety
Togetntr with
3 Flee French Plate Mlrrora
.1 Un Plated uunterCurHn
3 Ccunter Scslea, P a ed itaniK, DJihai, and
WeigMa
Large number or liandicnu Olaaa Jan. Dlahei
to
A til ruiuy other article, too nunuroua to idrertfec
aLbU, immediate yaf er the rale In tbe Stora,
will be aold.al the Factorv.un K atreet. In ever nt
Stut all matlock of
Mouica copptra, r reexera, Mach nery,
KmbraClt.ir avaitetvuf i ew nut term i.i Conner.
Tiii, I cai, and I'li-tt-r, In large aw-ortmrnt
Ail ol Which Will to volii Ullhout reaerva. Me
Oautler intendtng to change lih buiineat
Jy in .lta Auctioneer
BV V. L. WALL A. Cti , Aurf loncora,
Succeiwur. lu M all h Hakkakd
OnVKUNMENT SALK OK A NUMBER OF
IlOHHLS.COLlS.aml Mfl.l.S. at Alctiov -Uo
IHUHSlAYnxt,3IfitorJu1y,lf)0J, at the Corral,
iear the Obcrv.tor, will be -.nld.nt Public Auc
tion
A number of IIorHca.toIta, and. Mulra condemned
ii unfit fur putilic Mtua
"Ate i cotnniet ce at iu o ciock
linuon li In (Joy rrnneut litodn
J .1 DANA,
( ai t and Aa t Quartcrmaater.
W I, WALL CO,
Jy ' Auctloneera
Bi V. L. WAL.L.A ctL, Aoelloaeera,
utcm-orito Wall.V Itaaii&Rb
SIOK ANUHMCKhHOFAKJ-KUDKAL
KHA1 AUCTION -i)a IUl.miA MOIlNIMn,
9th .I uly, at II o cluck, we Hill ll(m ihs corner
find aua aeLue aud C street. between Second aiitt
1 hirtli atrtet!. the etock ot Ales Cattrl. who ia de
cllning buiue a, l
14 iion a, s tuuie"
i arge W agona '2ttt llarnea-i
1 Cairiago and Haroeaa
I Huggy and Harueta, nearly new
Platform Hcalei
Iiu Ualea Hajr .J , Ac
I uildinguml Mxfurea
Irrmsca It
W. L WALL A CO ,
Jy SI Auctloneera
B
V UKKKfe aV UII.LIAMH, Anctkuneera.
Nn 11H Seventh reel, corner D
ItAII.lrK'H HAI.K-II? virtue of a writ of dl
train from Jamea W Barker, and to ma directed,
againnt the goeda and chattel of Mra - -.- ullth1
ur houae rent due and In arrcara. I have, thfa 18th
day of July, lSGj, levied upon according to taw, the
following article, tu eatUly aald houae rent dne and
In airfare, via
Boiaa, unairn
lablca, UedMeada
Mattrean-n, Wardrobta
I-father lledaatxl Plllowi
MiatNota HatTreea
t'ui boarJn, Hureuurt
t 'art n. Oil Cloth an I Minora
Window Shaden, LoucKea
t hloa, IIIaHaud t'ri-ckrry W are
viking .ind o her ttvea
Aul ti any oilier arttcltM ti numcroua to de
Hcrlbr And will exKjt to ub it) rale, the paid gooda and
ohatt-l,on 1 UI-HOAl ,th . uli iimt .at 10 o'clock
u tu . In I font el (Jieen v llllama' Auction Store.
JSu blSe.enlh Klreet, turner latreet
A HAItKOVKB, ItallilT
(IICKkN V WILLIAMS,
jy .4 idi Auctioneer!
Bl W. I.. WALL A. VI., Auctloneera.
buccMor to Wall fc Hakmard
HOUSKHOLO hUitMIUlth, AO , A V AUC
rit)N OnWKDNI SUA1 .30thiut .atiuo'clock.
we will ell ut the rcaidenceuf A Oa.-l,ou north P
-treet near rlllli, hi llouaebotd Furniture ac
ou.Chuira.lablta
War Itobea Carits, IledMeadi
I t-nther Itrdii Pillow and Uo Inter
Wood and one aeat t halra ani Koikera
ai-lutandi aud loiletSeta
hltuck and Hair Matt-em-n
Parlor an 1 Kitahtn Stuvw, aud CtemiU
lermiCanh
L WALL A-CO ,
Jy j4 d Auctloneera
pUOPOSALS Klt WOOU AMD COAl
OmtK HoUiix or Utt-aaaaiiTATivaa, I! S ,
July lu latrt
ShALED PKOt'OSALwilt be received at thU
ofDce until I- o clock ou Monday, the JtJi dav ol Au
guaineXa. tor fumlahlrg Mr tlu ujeofthe Houm ol
Itepreavntativea of tlie Uklted StJtea, live hundred
and llity toua, (2 too pound ) beat white and fur
nace Coal, (aleiimboat tUt,) one hundred C9rd beat
dry Hickory Vnnl. and ou huudted cord beat dry
Spruoe Pine Weed The whole tu be packed awy
In the au.ta of the Capitol, in tbe placea which will
be i-howu on application to tue Knglneer In the aervloe
or the Houae oi He pre mutative, aud to be detlvere i
by the i-t day of rtrptemtter neat
U nda tor the faithful eaeoiitiu ot the coutrkCi
will berequind
liida lor the Coal and Wood will be cuiiiiJtrid
aeparately, andtatiatactory arraoguntent. uuat be
male for the correct meaaurenient of both
KMhltSON F.11IKK1DUK,
Clerk of Houm ol KepreHeiitativea, U. H.
Jyll uw4w
J Thi 11 rfOMOi, 'IA NUVVPtlltT AHII
1 f ALL KlViLlL.
u tripkuJidauduper.urateain r1;.
cr. M fc TKOPOLIb, kMPlKr. ddLtaMaC
SIAIL, UA til Ut" and VlAlh Or MaIKk,
otgrtatatreQgtUandKpetd.but particularly adapted
to the navigation ot I.ong 1 elan a bound running In
connection with the j ail Hiver aad Old Colony
railroad, distance of M nntea only to rkwtou
iivave rier no e, rturiu ntvr, uear uw naiiery
Ihe atearoer KMl'IKh blAl h.Cajt Hraytou,
Mondaya, Wednesday, aud Friday. at 4 u clock, P.
M , touching at Newport each way
Ihe xteamer MhTUOPOMS, Capt thrown, on
luiadaya, I huradav. and baturdaya.at 4 ooleok,
p M , toucoiug at Newport each way
The aleamera are titled with coromydlu elate
rooma, and eviry arraugtiu-. nt for the keourltyaud
oomfort ot paaaengera.wlio are a Horded by tbia route
auight a rf-t on board, and, on arrival at 1 all river,
proceed per ateamboat train, reaching Boatou early
the following morning, or may remain ou board nn
til fUrtiug ot the accommodation at a A ta ,by
which they may reach Bifcton about H 4ft A M
A baggage luinier ia attached to each ateemer. who
reoeiveaaud tickcu the baggage, and luxoupaniM
the name to it destination
A -.learner run, In oonuection with thta Uue.be
tween Fall river and Provldenoe, dally, eaeept bun
day.
irelghl to UtMion ia lurkrded tairutjn with great
diapateh by an Lk rn train, wt.ich leasee fail
river every mornlug. buu(a tvtiJivJ at TW
o'clock, lor B-vtou m-X New indiurd arrlvlug at IU
deauuailcn at about 11 A M
jor treuhtor paaua. aii'ly in 1jiM, or atlU
offloe, on PltrlNu i,Nurlh liver Kr elate rwtnn
knd bertha, apply on board, or it .ulm1 to woat
uiem in anvanoe, iu
WM JtOUll-N, Agent.
aag IT U Tuandll We-Utret N V

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