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fleovta'e Tiu'tu bin tf 11 Flmnca Hi,
Davenport, on Saturday, elosed a highly lucaeeeful
engagement of two ihU lie it lacxeued br Mr.
and tan W. J rimaee, the nir popalir Irish
Boy ul Yankee u ill, whs will appear tats evening
bit naniber or favorite characters, la tw f th
mot delightlul plan of modern trews. Th n
puce, the "Colleen Bswn,cr ine Brllee of Qerrr.
owen," li Ilia original play of Dloa BouroMault,
which eannot be played, dating the pretaat walk,
In any oiheitBoM la Aaaerloa taaa Qrovar'a. It
IU be nroaaoed mill all tba taagulleeat sotaerr;
by AIaeder,eoitainei, mechanical efftets, properties.
&o Mhi 8nsan Daata haa also beam engated. mad
will play Anna Cbiia. 1 ha graat orcbaetral Matt.
(re. KopplttfWUlUtrodooa aaamberof new mast
cal garaa Tba cut ot tha Collaan Bin la a very
Una oaa, to whlth we refer oar reid.re. The parlor'
roanoe will conclude wlth'tbe "Ycring Aotreai,''
Mrs Florence appearjogla lira charecteis. wlih new
ogii and dinm. Mr. rlorraoe, a the tregedleaa
1 1 1 hould be remembered that tha eegegea.eal of tba
Florences li only for its alghts
Koio'i Haw Thiitii Km Jfagpii MilckiU for tit
fitiu Lmetr. Tha annulment going publlo will ba
rejoiced to hear of tha re engagemeai of tbli moat
luocenrm young actreae. Wa kaew If It waa poael.
bla for Manager Kord to retain thy bright iter of
1 tnent, ha would do 10, and though, probably. It luu
Lien attended only fey tha moat liberal laauMnilrt',
vet wa ara nlaaacit ta ! lib uum. Nha
f will, by nqlriraal deelra, perform heripleadM ehar
avKrv, chvqubi iiim vaauuivl oiuii 01 Mas
name, tha antlte dramatle oompaay appearing in tha
lima pai ta al bafoia all the eoenery, nolle, effeoti,
Ao , brought Into reqilittlon, with all their ileal
brllll inoy. Ho hitler play eould be p-rfortned U111
"Fanohon," for u li a good moral leaon, as well aa
nrontaMa tu the theatre. It la worth a mom nr the
Hwiihy waihy playa that ere now yearly scattered
1 broad-cast over tba oonatry. Let. all visit Ford's
theatre, which haa beta mttmSA Avium Wlaa
Mitchell's engagement, by oyer 47AM peraaaa, the
gretteit engagement erir playid by aay one at nay
theatre in Washington ettr.
Wi-mlaiOK TnilTii A sew Sir end a fit A,
floral 'lay .till evening, Mr FvS Obaarrau,one
of the mat veraatlle andorlgtnal oomedlana on tha
itage, will make hU debit at Ihla houae Apart
the manager nra a great naralty la the way of a
New Na (Mai Tlay ," wHltea by the well known
dramatle author, Chir.ee Oajlor, Kq , entitled
The pleoe will ba presented with entire aiw local
eoeoery, brilltaot dloramlo UlnaloM, peculiar me.
oaanlcal eflVota, by well koown artists who bare
been engaged far several w. Iki la preparing tham.
llr. Chanfran will alio aonear aa Jarrv ITIln tha
etage aunck barber, ad hla wonderfal Imllatlona of,
a-vuraa, irau, uuuui, aaaiuvj II .mama, IH Ut
lata WE llutnt. V .
Nixoa'a CaaNoasra Oaanix Ciaooaa-Th Cre
I niori.e Circue waa tha graad eentra or atlraotlon on
oftiufuar vigoa. turn iBiMcnea nmpta waa niiea,
ui w ikibwuvwuik nuilnia nan rami'
m A .A. ! P.B. .. Ba 1 ' I
u uiuilluua. xrr luiug UBUWaiTUILOenjlUniOBe.
lrtba apectatora were eatlafled, and the performer!
wen receiTea aoaiaoToang luill, anlio UanOll
ard Mile Livha, made deddeit hlu, whllat yonug
Ifll.l l.lii.u. 1 !. n.ai. n. ..a I'aaL"
n ii'ie aiuiiauuij. in ma iiuraia a ony aei, ratiaa ina
fnlboiiaam of the ipeetatori to the highlit pitch.
Mr jameila Thayer played rtry emoothly and told
ante little Q'talnt atorlei with a df elded vim. Tba
mnlea an, Indeed, fanny, In feet Irmuubly eo.
The manegement haa engigad the ebamplon rider of
tba wirll, Katon Stoaa, ilia Col. Wm: Elllnrir'l
lauNDj did, voBiiDQaora x 00 e ana vol. nmau.
will be rendrnd doubly aa fntiag tbe preaant week,
bribe addition to the oomnanTaftaanawaadhrlaht
' iNuuuuiaifiaff, i ua wmriii jww UHPf II tail
iy arttatea, mate ana lemnie all or the wry blgbeet
order of talent We may mention the faeeiaaling
beauty, k!le JuUa Uoitlmtr,wbo hu ereated antb
a aeaiaalon la her migalflaeat danoa. the "Uypay'a
Lar ." durlne lait weak, and who baa been ra inrtf.
ti ed ur tha pieaent week. Mlaa Kate Panroyer, 01
whoae iplapdlddanelag la other large oitlaiwe bare
' h'aid 10 ninch. llba Axaae fioutherland. tha charm.
ul tjann ofaongi, Mna tillloer, the great ballet
suvi'er ana pantomimiii, ana a noat or otnrra ate
enggtd for tbli week. The tntettalnmint to be
!:urin ia.nignt win conoinaa with ibe celebrated
Oo Saturday nltht.tbla bonia waa crowded, and
ta the front lieu, we noticed three of our moat abL
aciaiiivjujiae laa aia vii( vaiercu lalBI aTVIUng
OLTariOlf DUO Uil.L-iOyIMaf. Thlipop.
ular titahliahmeet coometicee Ireieooid week to
nlaht, with a lariteeomnaay.embraohM all the fa
iwiiica u iwaa ain an, a aaaerai nw lacea loa
performancea will La entirely new; Laura Bernard
aud Amelia Wella will ting new ooge,Low Gay
lord, Cbailey Gardner, Dob Hall, Ua'ry Thompson
and Jimmy Ctaik, will Ibtrcduco new KthloDlla
eon; nauna Uaidgar, alalia Uamllton ahd KaU
llaoilllou, will aanoe new danoea; and Bob Butler,
tbeorlg nal and Irrialnlbly oomto Bob, will troduoi
a nan pentumlae Mr. ttatlrr ta now the only
Ametliau piulo aimtit In tha eouotry. whoie reoa
tatioa le extended, ead u a fellow-citizen and able
profeiatoi al pablio man,' aboald recelre the aupport
01 all Amiiioaoa The Icoatloa of theOlymplo la at
tha corner of Ninth atreet and Lonialini AaABa.
' Juit below Barnam! mammoth exhibition.
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1 Liat Saturday eight, at 10 o'olook.'tba fill-
una of tbla city were alar tied "tr the orlea of
'("ruuroer"' uaproaeeaing to toe epot Where
the alarm came from, ara gained tba following
Conroid Haleiman. the victim, waa amnlnvad
, In the United Btatea aervlce aa a teamster.
For aareral weaka naal hla lire waa threatened
oy ira icmpio ana i-emoieion weDuor, Dotn or
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woviu aro sibo leaaueiera ana 10 ion aamo oum
uanr with Baleamao. Onthe nlehtlnaueatlon.
Salennan waa employed in oarrylng eome beef
irom ids miriei 10 a. Btreet. Deiweennine
leenth and Twentieth atreeta. He bad carried
three Inada, and when he came out of the
houaeloeoattartbefourlh load, he waaatruck
with a ilungahol by Temple, which knocked
mm nownr wane lying on toe ground, Web
ster struck lilm on tbe head wilb. a billy. The
unfortunate man never aooke from the time
he waa atrucfc until hla death. Be ived but
taenlr mlnutea after he waa beaten. Temnla
waa diioharged (our dare ago from tbe lervioe,
luiu ue, aiunu witn neuaier, la in cicae con'
Tbe coroner haa held an Inqueit over tbe
body, and a po-t mortem examination will be
A visit to tbe apot presented aacene too hor
rlbte to describe. Both or hie eyos are blacked
and bU fice vtry muoh swollen and bruised.
On thelptteldeof tbe head, abovir the temple,
hla skull la fractured. The wound Is four
Arrival of Ilia 1 wentyafth ttalae tiegl-
Thn Tarniity firth Maine regiment, uumbering
rne tbnusand men, under command olColonel
Fesaenden, arrived in this city about U o'clock
on 8 tturday night. Tbla regiment is made up
i.f good Oglitlng material and roflsot great oredft
upon 1110 rice Tree rjtate, wmen nas aireauy
sent out some of tbe finest regiments tbat have
over gc no Into battle. Tbe ootonel ie a gallant
and brave officer, and la a son of Benetor Fes
senden, of Maine. lie baa already seen aervlce,
and waa in the battle of Shtloh, where be re
celled a aovero wound In the arm, from tbe
effects of which ho was laid up for eome time,
hut has sufficiently recovered ta take com
mand of this regiment, Ihnt Into take part In
the 1 em great battle which is to decide tbe fate
ollliia rebellion. The fullowlng oomposa tba
h-lalf. 01 Unel, Frauds Fea4endou, Porllapd;
lleiitetuiit colnnol, Cliaa. E. Sbaw, Portland;
ruitj'ir, Alexander M. Bulmau, Portland; quar
tenuaater, Henry Purnall, Dray; atljutant,
Tbiv. 11. Hubbard, nallnwell; obaplaln. IJdward
B. Fitrblab, Portland; surgeon, Dr. Carr, Me
obanio Falla; sergeant major, Ueo, 0. tlou,
Hlivuld be Atlandad lo.
We find tho following paragraph in the Star
in jiiiviiiiii) . lift uuvn iiniuio uiau luo ilu
portauco ot a polloe foroo In these grounds by
ntgbt. Let the proper authorities attend lo
the matter without delay. Citizens, whose
business leads them through these grounds at
nlelit. are entitled to protection from armed
ruffians and robber! as those of other portions
of the city;
ItoDDiD. As Mr. Frtd, A. Luckenbaoh was
passing through the Smithsonian grounds latt
neni. uQiween 11 anu is o oioca. on n a wav
theme from tho theatre, he waa attacked by
mice 1 uinaan, nuo autan uii, uuau.iiuuaiu
him, and robbed him of hit pocket book, which
fortunately oontslned but a small amount.
These casea are becoming frequent, and the
ponce aiiouia exercise rennwea viglianoe in
bringing these footpads to Justice. A police
liuard Is especially needed about tbe Smith
IntcrTleir wish tha President.
A committee from the Baltimore Soldiers'
Relief Assooiatlon visited this city on Baturday,
and had nn Interview with tbe President, at
the executive mansion, about two o'clock.
Their object waa tu urge some ohange In the
system 01 payment of Ibe sick and disabled
soldiers, aud to obtain other olemenoles and
facllliiea for making the uildleracf Baltimore
end of the State more comfortable than at pre
sent. The President received the delegation
with courtesy, and requested the onmmttlee
to put tbelr requests In writing and he would
'Robert Doual, New York; Df. T. E Buck,
ii.ipilr.,1 m.. P. A Auatin. II. fl. A 1 Geo. U.
I' Walker, Buffalo, N. Y,,viQ. II. Dodge, Mass.,
'Sy..J,,'0.W... ..I. -.j -..
r. I'ouao mm inufl TTin. lajiur, atiuiaioa,
I Chasagen, and r. B. Aguew, Philadelphia; Capt.
rj, c, ensse u. . a., ana vavia rarom, unto,
are at tne aieiropoiitana
- j. Deathe or fsldlera,
TbaTolliwlM deaths have ooourred slnoe our
last Issue! ' 1 ,
Rnfut Bartoe, oomptoy F, J.d K. Ytt Co
lumbian College Hospital. Hill Brook, yrerren
connty, N. Y. , 1
Edward West, company 1, d Maine, Carver
hoeplUI. Frknklln, Maine. . '
Wm. Dolan, oompany D, 18th Maes., Douglas
hospital. Boston, Haas.
James Arbuckle, company B, Mh Jf , J , Pa
tent Office hospital. -
Edward Dorser, company K, 14th Conn., Car
rairioc isamrioc, oompanja -nn, x , una
Thomas Kane, oompany C. 18th Maine, Cllff
burne hoenltal. Ellaworth. Maine.
J. i. Harper, oompany C, Wlh N. Y., Douglas
hospital. Aahley FalU, N. Y. .
Aieaxer e-auay, company e, tn n, J., Hare
John J. Reynolds, oompany K, tlh N. H.,
Oenrgetown College hospital, -i
Joaeph Wetzer, company F, 50th N. Y., Car
ver hoapllal. New York city.
John Knight, oompany E, Hi N. Y., Hare,
Joseph Merrill, company F, U Penn. cavalry,
Eruptive hrspltal. Morrlsdale, Clearfield coun
ty, Pa. n
L. H. York, company P,8th New York;
Ueo. W. Philllns. nomnanr fl. 17th Malna
Fort Carroll.' ''
Wm. It. Underwood, ormnanrfl. 11th Vara
Unnt t Fort Saratoga. a
'.nomas u. wheat, oompany Li, Jist New Jer
ey 1 Camp Warren.
Nathan Eddr. oomnanv K. 7th Wlaeonaln
Carver hospital. .
John Hatch, oompany U, 111th New York)
Henrr Flint, company E, 6th New Hamp.
hire ; Oenrgetown College hoapltal.
Belah Evens, company F, 8th New York;
Wm. H. Kline, oompauy H, 4lh Ohio; Fort
Washington Tucker, company D, Id U. B. 8.
B. t Jndlolarr Square hospital.
iv imam ncuiintoci, oompany t; 2Bm new
York ; Cllffburne hospital.
, Corporal John Rodt, oompany B, Id Wkjoou
aln ( Trinity hospital.
George Hen, company H, 49th New York ;
-Oeo. W. Williams, comrahy 0, 35th New
York ; narewood hospital,
jamea unieiy, oompany a, ovin new 1 ork ;
Hire wood hospital.
Charlea Rlboe. oomnanr P. lid New York
Epiphany hoapltal. .
Henry Orler, company A, 68th New York;
sergeant nuson waggart, oompany 1, l.ttn
New York ; Carver hoepital. Newburg, N. Y.
Geo. W. llaehr waa arrested on Saturday by
Offlcer Calhoun, of the First ward, nn the
charge of drunkeness. Taken before Justice
Drury, and committed to the workhoise.
John Culllna waa arrested on Batnrdav. btr
OtBoer Newlln, of the First ward, for being
oruns ana aisoraeny. uarnea oerore justice
Drury and fined II ; which he paid, and was
Wm. Delaney waa arreated on Baturday, by
OOeer Walker, of the Beoond ward, on tbe
charge of being disorderly. Taken before
Ju-tlce Clark, and fined 13 ; whloh he paid and
James Hudson was arrested on Saturday, by
Oncer Voss, of tlio Beoond ward, on the charge
of being drunk In the street. Taken before
Justice Clark, and fined $1; which he paid and
Eli Washington was arrestedaon Saturday, by
Onoer Johnson, of tho Third ward, for stealing
a watob. Taken bofore Jnitloe Thompson-,
and oommltted to Jail for court.
Michael Goodwin waa arrested on Saturday,
by Officer Brewer, of the Third ward, for fight
ing in the market. Token before Justice Clark
and fined 14, which he paid and was discharged.
rrania isauawar waa arreetea on baturday,
by Offlcer Bhedd, of the Third ward, for being
Indecent and profane. Taken before Justice
Clark and fined 83.
Henry Grimes was arrested on Baturday, by
Officer Burcb, of tbe Fourth ward, for assault
ana oauery. xaaen oeiore i ust'ee waller ana
Alice Colo was arreated on Saturday, by on
oer MoColgan, of the Fourth ward.Torvagran
oy. She waa taken before Justice Walter and
oommltted to workhouse.
Frank Coleman and W. B. McDanlel were ar
retted on Saturday, by Officers Morris and
Lewis, for lighting. They wera taken before
Justice Walter ana fined II each.
Chas. Perry was arrested on Baturday, by
Offlcer McCauley, of the Seventh ward, on the
oharge of aiding In a robbery. Taken before
Justice Walter and oommtlted to jail for court.
Anderson Jackson was arrested on Saturday,
by Officer Canahan, of the Seventh ward, tor
Indeoent exposure. Taken before Juatloewal-
ter ana nnea 10.
Pa T. Darannt, Ksqa on Tenaperamcoi
A large audience assembled on the Capitol
grounua ycsieraay aiternonn 10 near ints ais
tlngntsbed man deliver a leoture on tbe sub
ject of temperance. We observed a large num
ber of ladies and some of our most dlstln
xulshed cltliens cresent. Mr. B irnum bed the
audience for an hour by one of these plain and
yet attractive and forcible eerles of argumenle
ana laoiaema peculiar to uim. ne purirayea
the evil effects of the drinking habltfof soolety
In a striking manner. Told of the misery and
woe cauaea Dy 11, 01 toe aumterationa dj pois
onout drugs, and urged total 'abstinence upon
his bearera In a moat oonvlnclog atyle. This
orlnce of showmen la determined not to spend
hie life in vain, and while travelling through
the oountry, naa neen preaonicg, Dotn uy pre
cept and example, tbe principles of sobriety and
good morals, for years. It le a noble work, and
the pure and good will appreolate It.
Viae Troevearjr BCxtenelow.
The work upon the rear of the Treasury Is
progressing satisfactorily, but It will be some
time before tbat much needed building will be
ready for oocupanoy. One of the large granite
columna for the building Is now being removed
from tbe atobe culler's shop, south of the Pree
ident'a house, to tbe Treaaury. The removal
of these Immense oolurans is a slow prooeis,
and requires about ten persons to accomplish
The whole work of the Treaaury extension Is
now solely in obarge of Mr. Rogers, of the
Treasury Dspartmeut. It doot not appear that
there It to be any deviation, externally, from
tho doslgn of tbe south wing, whloh Is regard
ed aa a floe specimen or architecture.
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A Caranrl Itevlewa
On 'Saturday, about noon, a grand review of
a portion of Gen. Ctaey's command took place
about a mile and u half east of tte Capitol,, In
tha presenco of a Urge crowd nfcltirena and
strangers. The troops on the field crimprlsed
the following splendid regiments and batteries,
all new troops, and In fine order! The 13th Con
necticut, lltllh New York, 25th and 17th New
Jarscy.Hth and 13lh Vermont, tbe llth Maata
cbusetts battery and the Keyatono (Pa.) bat
tery. The review waa made by Major General
Banks and Brigadier General Caaer. accom
panied by Ihelr respective atafti. It was a very
una uiapiuj, uuu lua iruopa weui loruuKll lue
varloua evolutions exceedingly well, eliciting
the warmest praise from military men present,
for the appearance and proficiency ofthe sol
A Child Uardared bv 11a o a Ilotbar.
Ou last Friday afternoon Co. oner Wood
ward held an Inqueat over tbe body of a child
on, the corner ot Twentieth and E streets. Tbe
Jury returned a verdict that tbe ohild was
smothered to death by Ita own mother while In
a fit of insanity, produced by tbe exoeaalve use
ofllnuor1. Horrible I Andrettbero are thoee
in thla city who will uphold the demon who la
making money by Irafflo in the abominable
stuff which made that mother toorse than a
demon, for who overheard of a devil who
wouia aestroy nts own ouspringi wnai can
be said of the man who aold tbe last dram to
tbat Infuriated woman! Yet, tbat man haa a
oertlfioate Irom our n uniolpal authorities, tbat
ne is a "respeoiaoie" roan.
We visited the various camps located "ppo
lite our city, in Virginia, yesterday. There
are no Indications of ' winter quarters" be
vond what hat been teen all summer. Regi
ments are constantly moving about, arriving
and detiartlna- In various directions, and none
of them appear to be looated with any show of
permanence, except ine r uuneentu aaaaaonu
aette, (heavy artillery,) who are teptrated Into
aeverai uiuereut uetaoumeota anu piaoeu in
onarge ui iwo ur inree lorta,
The Canterbury oompany, Messrs. Qeorge
Perolval4 0o.,Tery generously tendered the
entire receipts of Liberty Hall, In Aleiandria,
for one night to the Alexandria Orphan Asylum,
a law" nights slnoe., The recetptt netted the
little turn of 8388.81, which waa promptly paid
over to tbe trustees of tbe above institution,
who, In an appropriate manner, acknowledged
the liberal sum with gratitude.
Tho One Hnndrad.and alvtr ninth New York.
Col. Clareno Buell, arrived In this city last
Friday nlgbt and passed over Into Virginia on
Baturday. The regiment numbert about 600
men, and it accompanied by field music The
following are the principal officer! 1 Cola Basil,
Lieut. Col. MoCarmy, Major Alden, Adjutant
Keiialburgh, Quartermaster Ktnner, Burgeon
Knolton, Astbttant Surgeons Bklnner and Rey
nolds, and Chaplain Eaton. A large number of
recruits for rnalmanta already In tha field at a
constantly arffvlnirNiwYwktadoiaMWf UJ,,'" ,",T.v . ! iT a-iS.i
ter tha war, Tba Two.HundredanWoiTtirp111'.""1'' oannot b enjoyed without
reglmeat for that State Is now" being raited
ana win Boon ne mine neia.
Last Wednesday nitht Jamas ItoClellan. a
soldier of tha Eighty eigth New York, waa shot
by eomaof tho lomtleaof a notorious house
called "Jenny Llnd," on New York avtnne, be
tween Twenty.fint tnd Twenly.ee oond etreets.
Tha ball took effect In hit left arm, and ha waa
oonveyed to Epiphany Hospital. Two of tbe
Inmates (females) were) arrested on Friday
last on tuaplolon of having cocneotlon with tba
aoi. aney were Gomnuitea tor lunnsr near
Inc. Whan will soldiers learn to. ahnn theaa
Cremerna Temple tor at Church.
Waundentand that Mr. Nixon haa offered
the free uae on Sundava of hit Cremorna Gar-
din Temple, to any religious denomlnatlbn who
may require 11 ror pumio woraoip. Aa onr
ohurobea art nearly all occupied now, as Gov
ernment hospitals, Mr. Nlxon'a liberal and
ohrlatlanllke offer wilt undoubtedly ba Joyfully
accepted by aome of our divines. Thelooatlon
It agood one, and thousands ofatrangera oonld
do inuuoeato auena worsnip mere, woo wouia
never think of entering ,a regular tabernacle.
latdla Uwbliar floods.
Tba place to bay yoar RUBBBK COATS. LEG
Olrlflj CAMP BLANKETS, HAVELOCKS, HA
VICBSACKS.aad tviry artlela made from INDIA
ETJBBEB, U at U. A. HAl.L'8 lnoleRebbir Ware
house, where you can obtain themat menalioterara'
price,, 310 riantilrenla avenue, between Ninth and
Tenth straau.t it
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Vlatlwft Dare at the Hoepltala la, this
By a late order of tha Burgeon General, " the
military hospitals will be open to tba author
ised agenta of aoldjera' rollef associations and
other aid societies, from twelve o'clock m. to
slxo'olock p. m., daily, and to, the friends ol
patient! and other visitors, If, in the Judgment
of the turgeon in oharge, their vialta will not
be prejudicial to Ur welfare of the sick."
Ureal late of rimer and Mllllnarx Itoek
to Make If 00m for India llubbar clooda.
Mr II. A llall, having purohaa.d the stock of
mi iiscry govua anu lancy aruoica in ineipaaiOBB
elore recently occopltd by Meears. Hutchinson A
Maaro, No. 310 Penniyiranla aranae, between
Ninth and Tenth atreeta, nffare for aale, at re'ipl and
at rrrrmefi low ptlets. tbs above namtd goods, and
tbs ladies of Wsehing ton and vicinity will do wall
ta Improve tlria opportunity altbe atook bmuI ba aold
at imoe to make reom ror the laroeif and ajf etock of
rBuoergooaaaier onanuasuinsi itltr sera, ina
itora 11 at am rannayirania avenue; you cannot lor
(It tbe number. 31
Wliltehaietaallerjr,3 I'enn ar., next
aoorso tno Tingiapn umei,
Contlnnta to atlraot Ihronxa of vlalura to obtain
rarti di vlaitei of tbcmaelvef and Iriendr, wblon are so
trutnlnlly prodaoed at tbla llaii aoaorid and crfetrabd
rjaaUUament Card Ukaneieta of oar dlitlnguiihid
;enralfl and others, together with many who have
alien la battla.ean ba ublalnel Alao. nortralta in
oil and watef colors Oiderefor field views promptly
aii.Duvv i wi 11 11
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The Mercantile Bank
fi ealllna In aid ledtemlneltablllaof issue aatore-
santid at ihilr eountar, IK3 I'enniylvmla avenue
oppoalts Wlllardi'. octll-tt
Tbe following ar tha rates at whloh bankera
and brokers ar buying and selling gold and
tllver the legal tender notea being the stand
Gold 30 per 0. pram. 33 parcprenj.
Silver 18 ' " 80 '
Demand notea.. 14 ' " 17 " "
Banka of Issue in Washington and Georgetown!
Bank of Metropolis. Farmers' and Mech'a
Bank of Washington. Bank.
PatrloUo Bank. BankofOun.meroe.
Farm'a 4 Meroh's. B'nk.
Tha rarmera' and Merchanta1 Bank and tha
Bank of Commarcs Issue notes of the denomina
tion of one dollar and upwards.
The Batllkn Baaki
Redeems their notes In U. B. Treaaury notes
wbpn any amount from one dollar upwards It
Dr. Vellny it yet engaged in an attentive
practice in thla city, and we wpuld call the at
tention of the poor, puoy, amaolatad vlotlma
of their own tint to the beat eourcet of remedy.
First, give' up your pretent oourse of Ufa at
onoe and forever; and seoondly, call on th
most skilful phyatolana, (and none are better
than Dr. Vellnv.i and be ntirod of tho disease
which Is "now undermining the constitution
ana aanuing you 10 a premature grave.
The Indian Herb Doctor,
Prom Canada, will deaOrlba dlaeaiea and tall hla pa
tienle tte nature of tbelr Ownwlalnte or Ulneia. with
out receiving any loformatlou torn them AacAart
lor conaiun(M"i or aapwa viuue, no II naaningion
Building, Penniyiranla avenue, corner of cltveath
veil, vvaamngtuQ,w u. aep II u
At West Haven. Conneotlout. on the morntnt
of Ibe 9th Instant, br the Rev. A. Baldwin Col
lins. Lxwis CLtrnixt, Esq., of this city, to Mist
anmii at. laiLUNS, 01 tne former place.
October 10th, 1801. Curroan WBitxta. eon
ofTboroatV. and Cornelia Molntosh, aged 5
months and 1 weeks.
On Sunday morning, Ootober 181b, Cniatts,
youngsal son of P. and Elisabeth Sweeney,
agaa it months.
ana iuu.im iiuui ivaiuauuv au. M, ciauiu.
between I and K atresia, thlt afternoon, at 3
o'oiocx. 'ine irionaa ot tne itmuy are lnvnea
Baltimore Bun please oopy.
401) 'seventh Street,
Opiioslle Odd Pellowe' llall,
V7ASH1NOTON, D. a
I manufsetarc of the beet material, and have ooa-
staatly 00 band, a large and vsrled aaaoruneat of
Military and Cidieni'tddlna,
, Breut Collara,
Pall Saddle Cloths,
Palsnt Paid and Water Baskets,
Offloera' Tina Sword Baits,
Belt Trimminge, and
Field Ulan Casts.
TB U NKB.
WOOD BOX TRUNKS
a k i a 1 k 1 n a .
As I manufacture Trunks extensively, and naoas
eerily have all kinds of Trunk UsUrial.I am batter
prepared to repair Trunks, Ae , thoroughly and
promptly, than any other eetabliihment in the olty.
oct 14-3ml JAMBS 8. TOFHAM.
THE OLD HOMESTEAD TONIC.
LET. our notteislont be what they may-
marble palaces, broad lands, magnlfictnt plat,
or oaaktta of" precious stones "they all sink
id in balance aa against Heaven'egreat noon
11. to language or nature attests was woo
ever wonld enjoy the pleasures of food, the
beautiaa of flowers and landsoapes, th Joyt of
ooupanlonthlp, tbe richness of literature, or
the honon of station and renown,' mutt pre
ssrve their health. Tae stomach It the recep
tacle of all nourishment, and th fountain from
whloh all part! of th body derive their sus
tenance. When foul, Injurious food entert th
stomaohaout aympathy dlaorganltee all other
organt, and dlttata mora or lets painful, mutt
follow. Th lawt of nature cannot h violated
with Impunity. How many ladlee and gentle
man eat and drink disease at lata auppert, and
aria In tha morning with headache, lose of ap
petite, reeling languid, unrefreahed, fererlsb,
low spirited, weak, and Incapacitated to per
form any mental or phyalcal duty, And dream
not tbi It th beginning of that horrid disease,
whloh aatumai a thousand shapes, and points
towtrda a mlaerahl life and premature deoay t
There oan be no medical remedy that will turn
lead Into food, or poltoned drioka Into nourlah-
ment.but medical aclence can assist nature,
tupply axhautted fiuldt, and, to a great eilenl,
eorreot lb affect! or disease, when th habits
The Medical Faculty haa exhausted' Its re
search for generation! in creating; appetltere
and overcoming stomaohlo derangements. Cer
tain Ingredlaolt wen wtll Mtabllthed at pot
tssalng beneficial qualtlet; among these were
Caliwya Dark and'Sl. Croix Rum.
But allll components were wanting, and regu
larity oould not he obtained. An Invalid phyal
clan, sojourning In the tropical Island of BL
Croti, observed tha hablta of the natives, and
gathered from them the reolpa ror tbe final
accomplishment of thlt most Important and.
Th artlole was first made and used at a pri
vate'medlolne. Ita effect! were to salutary
that It la now being productd and oonsumed In
Immense quantities under the name of
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTER!),
OLD HOMESTEAD TONIC.
They aot with tha power of a medicine, and are
taken by old or young with the pleasure of a
beverage. These blttera are now beoomlngwell
known throughout tho world, and are reoom-
mended with the most unbounded oonfidenoe,
for all complaints originating from a disorgan
ized or diseased atomaob auch aa Dyspepsia,
Jailer Complaints, Nervous Affections, Lou of
Appetite, Intermittent Fevert, Diarrhoea, Sour
Stomach, Headache, Fever and Ague, Weak
As a morning appetlter, and after dinner
tonlo, they are hold In high estimation, and
ehould be found upon the aide board of every.
Tbey are also much relied upon In the Troploe
for Bornfula, Rheumatism, and Dropsy.
RocitsTta, December 3d. 1861.
Messrs. P. 47. Drake it Oompany:
GxNTLtuni: I have been a great sufferer from
Dyspepsia for three or four years. I have tried
many, tf not all, the romedlea reoommended
for Ita cure. Instead or roller, Ifeoame worst,
bad to abandon my profeuton, and suffered
grettly from everything I ate. My mind waa
much affected, depressed, and gloomy. About
thrte months ago, I tried the Plantation Bltttrt.
They almoat Immediately benefitted mo. I con
tinued tbelr use, and to my great Joy, I am
nearly a wall man. I have reoommended them
in several cases, and aa far aa I know, alwayi
with algnal benefit. 1
I am, very reepeolfully, yours.
Rev. J. B. OiTBOiH.
S-T 1860 A'.
That you mar be your own Jadge ef the effkaor
of these celebrated flitters, wa tubmlt a partial
formula of the articles of which they are com
posed. ST. CROIX RDM.
Tbe tonlo properties of purest. Croix Rum are
well known, and It haa long been recommended
by physicians, H la manufactured from the
Sugar Cane Plant, and that we uae it selected
with great car from th estates of a few plant
era In the Literlor of that Island.
CALISAYA, OR KINO'S BARK,
waa unknown to civilization until th middle of
the teveuteenth oentury. The native! of Peru
are generally tuppoted to have been long pre
aoaar eVjualnted with its most wonderful
-ualllles. Humboldt makes ravor'
bla mention of the febrifuge qualities ol thlt
article at an aimdote to Fover and Ague, Inter
mittent and Malarious Fevers, In hla attentive
South American travels.
The Countess, wife of the Viceroy of Peru,
havinfr In liar own naranneTnerlenoed the ben
eficial effeots of the bark, is said, on ner return
to Spain, In the year 1610, to have first intro
duced this remedy Into Europe. After lit In
troduction It wat distributed and aold by th
Jesuits, who aro tald tu have obtained for It
the enormoua turn of lit weight In tllver. From
thla olroumstancelt waa called Jesuits' Powder,
a title whiob It retained (or many years. In
1653, we are told that an Englishman by tho
name of Sir John Talbot employed It with great
eucoess In Franoe, lo the treatment of Fever
and Ague, Dyspepsia, Nervous Affections, Loss
of Appetite, weakness ana ueonuy, rainiia-
lion of the Heart, Dlarrhcaa, lo., Ac:, under tba
name of English Powders; at lenglh, In the year
1679, he sold the seoret of its origin and prepa
ration to Louis XIV., lir whom Itwua divulged.
II la uo a standard remedy, and It employed
In tbe preparation ot the Plautatiou Bittere
It another Important Ingredient. It was known
in Germany aa early aa 1790, and much used aa
a tubstitute fur Peruvian Syrup. 11 Is em
ployed at a gentle alimulant and tonlo, in Dys
pepsia, Chronic Diarrhea-,, Chollo, Dysentery,
and dlseaaea or the ttomaou and bowels,
is used for Inflammation of th loin and spleen ,
In oaset of bllary secretions and dropsical af-
feotlont, dependent upon obstructions of tbe
abdoraioal vlscsra, and derangement of tho
digestive organs generally.
uasd for enfeebled digestion, and want of ap
Is a medicinal plant of very great efficiency,
and la eepeoially valuable In Sorofula, Rheuma
tism, and Nefretlo affeotlona.
an aromatlo stimulant and tonlo, highly Invig
orating In nervoua debility, geaeroua to tha
palate and atomaob.
an aromatlo carminative, creating flesh, muscle.
ana mux. sauoa uaea in nursing.
AW i-T-180 I. -
Another Ingredient of remarkable and won
derful virtues, uttd In the preparation of theee
Bitters, It a native of Bratll, and aa yet unknown
to the oommeroe of tba world. A Spanish
writer eaytt a a "Administered
with Bt. Croix rum, It never falls t relieve
Nervoua tremor.Wakefulnesa, Disturbed Sleep,
0.0.1 and tbat It li uasd with great effect by the
Brazilian, Spanish, and Peruvian ladles to
heighten their oolor and beauty. It Imparts
cheerfulness to tbe dieposltlon, and brilliancy
to the completion." W withhold Ul nam
from th publio for the present.
To the above are added, Clove Buds, Orange,
Carraway, Coriander, and Snake Root. The
whole la combined by a ptrftot obemlcal pro
, and under (h ImmedlaU supervision of a
tklllful and letsutluo PhanneotuUit.
DRAKK'I MaAKTATIOa BITTataa,
OLD HOMESTEAD . TO NIC,
ar pnt up in Patent Bottle-, representing a
Swiss cottag and ar an ornament to th side
SEA SICKNESS Traveler by railroad or
upon th Inland rivers, wher the great change
of water la such a prolllo oan of Inclpent
dlaease Ilk 'Billons, Intermittent, Ague, and
Chill Fevers) may feel a certain reliance, if
they protect themtelvei with thea Bltttrt.
Th muddy water of th Western rlvtri, filled
with decayed vegetable and animal matter, 1
quit aure to product disease unless guarded
by an antidote, tuoh aa it found In the Plant.
What ta eald of th Plantation Blttera.
PamntLraii, lit month, 10th day, 1861.
fetTixKin Painrni Will thonaendtn another
oaa of of thy Bitters I Nothing ha proven to
baneflclal or agreeable to my Invalid wife and
myself, aa tha Plantation Blttsrs. ,
Thy friend) Isiio UowLixn. .
N. B The seoret of the Immense sale of th
Plantation Bitters, fs their tested purity.
The St. Croix Rum and every artlole used, li
warranted perfectly pur.
Be careful that every bottl bears tha fac
simile lignator ofthe Proprietors, P. H. Dam
4 Co., New York.
Drake'a Plantation Blttar ara aold br all
Druggists, Qrocers, Hotels, and Restaurants.
P. H. DRAKE 4 CO,,
I 16 oolJt No. 301, Broadway.
FORD'S NEW THEATRE,
Tenth street, near th Areaae.
J.T. FORD.. MANAGER AND PROPRIETOR,
iniaw ui uouiuar oireei ineaire 1
HUMPHREY BLAND.... .BT AGE MANAflER
ITZ SIMMONS.,,.'. ADVERTISER
aT-THE PUBLIO DEMAND,
by their liberal patroaete extaaded to
This Fashionable First-Class Thtalre,
Vlaltld by over T,SOO peraoae
daring the engagement of tha
BRIGHT STAR OF THE DRAMA,
that It la nicemry for the paople'a eojayment
A KF-ENQAGLllkNT KFKF.C1KU
with that h ghly aoocmpushi d yoang aotreia,
IMisfa jVIngrsrie Mitchell.
The Id aaaf teSeat la compliance with the
UNIVERSAL DESIRE OF THE PATRONS,
now annoanoe that they have arraexad
' FOU SIX NIGHTS LONGER
In order that tha moat refined and
fikf FINISHED ENTERTAINMENTS fw
eball ba presented to the nnmeroas
ARDENT ADMIRERS OF A GOOD PLAY
This (Monday) Eveniug, Oct. 20,
liy ventral Vtsire ana Kequtst,
the toxgnlnoent dremaUo romaaoa,
rANOQON 1IIS3 MAGGIE MITCUkLL.
j, With all UuJ filar Company in the Oast,
With all tkt Beauhfvl Scenery ami Xftdt,tht Shalow
Dan, th May I'd lance, St Aruixki ttttiral,
4Wt Siting Moon, andjoyout termination,
mr- Ftnohan hu drawn nltrhtli kt tl Id f ht.tr..-
tlit urieit ftd.t.-.eM In tbe ciiy. i mlojr cobdIo-It.
j Lt.it thl. UbormU drtmt .. tmbodU. aor
Rura.uoa inansaoifD ouer pitrt produwa id
HO OTUER PIECE
pttfotDud with Fhon, owing to Iti fxtrfmt
ltBgtl. and biiy.
PHICL3 Of ADMISSION
DTfaM Clra.at anA Paranctta.. 10 Aa-atj Orfihth,tii
Ben, Tft oeuu; Vamilj CUcU, 14 MDU; PrtTftU
kVNo Ktim obargt for r4-srrtd gMt.
Doom open qurttr to 7 CnnaJn iUm8
Car, acieventn and o atiaau. '
Learee and Manager. ,
Hut night 'of tha engagement of tha Vereatlle
and Original Comedian,
who will make hU detut In tbe
ti NEW NATIONArj PLAY. ,
of Initaie laterrit. wtilcb baa been la rtptl
for Mvtrel weeki ntit.ftBd will be nvoileeed th
Ntw Local seenerTt Dloramie Illations.
Mechanical KffHtt, Appropriate Coitumei, &c
On noHtlay ICrlit Oct. 80. 1809.
will be rrej'ntftlt'htrlMOtflor'e celebraud Nn
tiootl l)rtm.,tii tora, entitled
Or tbe HacklMg of V AlrftlK Court-II a a .
JOriTEK, (tCooirbEd)....Mr. CHANFKAU.
Col tIwortb..,. Mr. ll Dtvaoport
Krink ilrowntll Ur J. I-. Htrrrtt
Jtckioa Mr WIIVod.
Mti JtoksoD ....Uri H 1. Ormttfto.
Hick Dusker . . wlth.ODgi ,.,,M1m Annie Wilkf.
Jaoo Ulej Mil Coriity
Act i, Sotoe 1. Vlsw of Lor g Brlif bj moost
uj(u vruerianui u,o iiwam
aen s Esttrlor of the Mnnhtll IIoom
KOfQt 3 Huirwijr la tbe UmtbeU ilomi Vikli
at .lliwortb and Fritftl Retrlbntlon on ib Kcbei
Aot ii Fairfax Conrthoute la June, 1881 En
franc of the Uoton Fcrcei-Stcklng ol Ftrfx
Aet in 1 be Penult 8pr Intht Union Cmp
HewWiilonftlHonf ,'Tbe Battle ory of Frteiom1'
Death ol tbe renal Bpy tiklrmlsh In the VlolnUy
of Bull Hnt Lookont for fijmbahcllt Charre of
Black none Cirairj-Battle or Ball Kuu-Tab-Ittu.
Ffttltjui to th Drama, tk I iTotlt Comclletta'of
the: stage-struck barber
wim nm wjoat-riui imiiaiion oi rorrm, iiooid,
Ken, Darnry Wllllanu, and Bur loo
Dred Ciiot and irgiitte fttocntp
Oioh tr Chairs. ... IfroebU
r.rterre .. . .. '.& ceuii
frivaU) BDxetj... tft
Dox olTJoe oien from 9 a m to 4 p m
Heat oan be -conrel dally Irom 0 a m, till 5 p. m
Door nin at T o olock, eomooanoe at 7V O'oleok,
ndoO-roKor ts Oo
(30 Bejvtnth ktrect.
OrKKlt lNDUCEUPaNTBtotinrahaMNOf FurnU
tur and other iiooMtetpiof uootu
Oar tock U larg and varied
Perlor Haltea In Brcca.alle. UD. end Hair Cloth
Chamber tiett, In aolld Onk, Walnut, Mahogany,
end falnUd, neatly ornamanteas
Oak.Walnat. and Mahogany Kxtculon Table
and Dining Chair
(j a pet lor Curled Ualr Mattreat, Ilmk and other
Alaui.av ltrtT nentltv bf low mltvd Beditaedi.
Chairs, labha, Uareau, Wardrobei, Wuhetaodi,
Offlse Furniture, &o
All of which are made Irom tb btet ntaterlali,
aud warranted to give eatuiaatlon
PtTMD furoUhing wonld do wll to look through
in .100 a oiore puronuing, we ere wiiiag ni
price to ult th time
McaREQOU & CO,
oot -od8wlf 610 Seventh trct.
FRANKLIN & 00.,
Paaaaf iTaalaavaaae, betweea Itb
aad lata atreeta, north aide.
SPECTACLES and ETB QLABSKS, with gan
nine lirasUlan fehblea, (qnarts.) Iroprovlog and
Strengthening tha Impalrd evaaight
MIClTAUt' HKCU OltiSSKS,
Of aooerlor quality, lor day or night.
Ol'IllA OI.A8HKH, '
STKEEOSCOrKS and VIKWfl. domanllo aad
roreign. MATHKUailDAIa ana BUKVKIUK'a
TUKKHOatETEBS, BYOROMIaTEKB, Ae , Aa,
at tne low... "".'"'.(JJSna co .
Mp U lie renarlvaala avaaat
aPermtylvania Avenue, near rFUfaroV Hotel.
R F. . B N T K K
Irish Boy and Yankee Girl,
BaXr-- Va7 aT- Ploronoe,
3MCral Xra7. & arioraSad-OO
MB. AND UES. W. J.
FOR &1X moms ONLY,'
FOR SIX NIGHTS ONLY.
It being given oat thatlbli li tha only opportunity
affordid to ree
OVR YOUNO AMERICAN OOUPLPa
OUR YOUNO AMERICAN COUPLE
for at leaat twelve months, the maaagir.at the
sollelutloa of a latgi number of patront,
hu prevailed upon them to appear
fur the praeiat brlif
Alao. will atrnear thla week, tha favorite 'aelrisi.
Blaraof thtJnMt eminent chtfd orchid tin Amcr
Misa Isabel Freeman,
Mis .Iulia Irving,
Mia Sophie Qitnber,
Mra. G. 0. Oormon,
lltsa Jenny De Lacy,
Miss Ada Munck,
Mi9 Minnie Mnnck,
Mist Jennie Munrk,
Mia I'ltira I.ee,
Mist Sally Maraton,
Misa Lizzie Oliver,
Mias Eugenia Clinton,
Messrs. Ben Kogcra,
Chas. Barron, A. W. Fenno,
II. II. Wall, F. Maeder,
W. Bokec, II. McDonall,
. J. Carroll, II. Clifford,
E. 8. Tart U. P. James,
Kivin Forrest. J. Cannon,
A. T, Weill, and
TWENTY EFFICIF.NT AUXlLIAtllF-S.
This, Monday, Evening,
This, Monday, Evening,
1!, viral otMha
Grealtil rni Sycctaculat. Drama of the Age,
bv P'on Bcurcleault, vrlth
NEIV 8CERKKY lir IIAKKKR
na.W rffeuts nv asidiey anu i-niiup,
NEW COSIUMElbyllra Coombi,
NF.w 1'UUI'KRTIhS by T Blown
Ao , ftc , to , Aa , &0 ,
Brides of Garryowtn.
Brideg of aVarraoicen.
Bridrs of Garryowtn,
W.J FLORE.YCR aa Mllia NaCoppaleen
(With the aong of " Cralakeen Lawn ")
8UHAN BENIN ... aa .
SOriUK ClIUUEIt ....a.
. lly O'Conner.
(With tha eong," Pretty Girl Ullkleg Her Cow ")
Kyrle Daly .
Barly O Moie
,. Ben Kcgen
...atr Cbaa Uarroa.
.Mr A W rnno
., Mr . Uatder
.Mr W U'ker.
.. Ur U Cliff ji J.
... Ur K 8 rrr
. S1IM Julia Irileg
..Vrt O. C Qermon
... . Mm A la Hook
. .Ml s Flora Lar
LIKE OF KII.LABNV.Y BY VIOONLIUBT
HIE DFVIL'3 VTATEIt OAVE
HALL 110011 IN CASTLE CUUlr
NiailllNOtLE POLKA ICopplliaadOroLei'rl
To conmenoi wl h tha dill'h lut protean com
iL'l.tta, antlllad tha
Bldlan, with Impariona
ions ot oelebrated onar
aoa Ur M J ai.oite.NCB
MARIA, the Uanagirs
Dasghtir, with long ot
the " Captain wilb hla
rTblatan". .. .Illl W J k L 'Ul.'ICE
PAUL BEBTIU, a 1 ranch
Illnitrel, with Iba " II u
Mlilalre Hymn," .. SIri W J FLOBENCE
STONE, a Scotch lame,
whu a Bo .mh song, " Will
ardaSiotcblfrl M.a T J ILOIIENCE
CORSE. (IUA i ,ail lrMl
eprlg, with " I ba Donny
DlVia al '
Mn VT J tLOBENCE
J K It U SUA JOrUL
LOUB,a a ankle tlOMuui,
wltu her crlginal aongi.
lir Miry Ann," aad
" Polly Wou't ou Try
Me.O" Mil f J KIORKtrE
Private Boiri, ta, Urraa Circle, to canta. Orchaa
tra Chain. Tft cent, Kamily Circle, 'aA oenta, Oolortd
Qallary,Saoenta. Colored Parterre, w oenta
Doora open at 7 ' o'clock Comedy couitnenoee at
t o'oiock. oct .0
AT AUCTION PB1CFS
AT AUCTION PRICES,
Al AUUUON PRICES
Tba talanoa or the cargo ol tbe
Comlillogcl every ditcriptlon ot
Win ta (or ula until tha Bchconar la discharged
In Died ol a Winter Supply, al the
Can he supplied by tbe Package
VRED 8. COZZKNS,
Cooiignee,oor llth street and Penn. ate
Schooner "Aid," foot ol llth .nut
oo 11 dlltr
FOU HA I.K A large, Bitt clbs, well ruroi.bed
Ladlee' Uoardlat; honii Arpiy at
Nl ( Waibicgion Slreit,
eo It Ita Aliaandj la, a.
lawaUlaaa Aweaae, aaar ilttu ttnaat,
In the rear of tba National IltM.
DiiJccnoNa Leavo Fenntf Ivanla arena al
Slnh or Four and a half street And go two
aqntreavnorlh or I'fnnijlvanla avenue.
ik rriLL hot Be tVTP0HH
Wt give the test entertainment in Washington.
Wa ItiTi allot 0 Momr m WiSHrnoToef,
And It Is here we will spend It.
e lave always gliea the Best JbowTn the eltyi
hat o-sae thb week, aad oa will lad
ALL PREVIOUS EFFORTS ECLIMED.
SO Star Porformfers.
TEN NEW STARS THIS WEEK.
First eppearSDce of tie (jaeen of Terpsichore.
Bliss Kate Pennoyer.
Froth from a- tacctfal eDgagemeut at tha
front btreet Theatre, uaiumore,
Having danoed at that establishment for Tm
Wtek$ lo Crowded Hoasr a.
First erpearesee of
M'LLKS JENNIE AND ELLA,
The Skipping Hope Oaaeeti.ee,
MISS LILLIE BRANDON,
The Beanlltai Daaaaeiie
And hli great
Hi.t appearance ol
PROF. G. V. KIRBYE,
TL beat vtiailll iwrformer in lb world.
Flrit appearance of ,
Tne World Winder.
Oar Old Favorites.
CbQUntid eucct. of lb btaallful
She will appear every night thla week In new
Ke engagement of
the acoriisu nioutinoale.
Uernatnele lutBclint to flu the Canterhury every
nlgtit She le uu well known to require a word
IiNH .Tttlia. Cliristlno,
IVXlaaaa 3Eran.ooatt Xtoroy,
M I H r KAU 11 A 1. it I H U N ,
tt 111 arpaar la ew OanCel
mm HART anTTEW SIMMONS.
Will Oftn anew Undget of Fan.
MASTER JOTINNY and UON3. SOL.
To niiht, the great
lly tha leamllal
1 he Itet el Faattmime en'lel
And tbe entire Company la a
COME AND SEE OUK NEW COMPANY
Rimeabar, the Canterbary la vlillid by the
FIBUT C.TIZLN8 OF WASBINOTON.
m tJoora open, 6 rarformaaoa, ti o'eloak
AdaOjaatoa,& acuta Orohaeva Chalia, to eaata
(bmrr if Jfihth strett ar,d Xoufifann aatenue
Near taiiai. Air.aBiil fllailTat tparc.
A .tltBPKr.TABlaB MI'tlll 111.1,
l.kb,itcoa lie opening, haa been attended wl h
Iha uanseuint providing a
Light and Pleasing Entertain
ment, . ruu. or
FUN, DASH, AND HUmUR,
and ticctsna, wl hal, with
Tha BsatAstlala la ta rity Alipiar Hue
EHUA OARDNEU. AMELIA WEILS
801 1IIA MILTON
KATE HAMILTON SALLY SINCLAIR,
LIZZIE TIIUUrSON, JLLIA NOIttyN,
B011 IIUTI.VB, -OUARLIY
I OW OAYLOPaD,
LEONI PANTOMIME TROUPE!
FRENCH UALLET TROUPE
FULL ETHIOPIAN TROUPE.'
u'MND COMPANY OP (IIOEISTKBS! '
jM- Door open at 7, comment at T,
afair Ailpiltrtlon SI acil 60 rente
AT AUCTION PRICES,
AT AUCTION PRICES,
AT AUCTION PRIOtS
Tha balance or tha cargo of tha
Counting ol every description of
Will ta lor aala until the Schooner li discharged.
la mid ol a Wlntir Supply, at tha
Cau ta tupplled bribe Paakage
Conilgnee, oor 14th itrett and Venn, are
Schooner "Aid," foot of llth street.