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LOOAL NEWS.
Amtuemenu
VotD'i Nair Tni4Tt Mm itaotU JtVcWl Agai-
2b night Aft the play goeri are rJoielug that her
firoWaKcd nKigmtnt li happl'jr extended to all
lilj t(k, Manager Ford dl (played hi aocoi
tomed, ikrewdnei and knowledge of popular lyro
patbjr, in Mom lng the eeiTlcei of Lahlt Mifgie
The prolongation of bar cogtftment hat Wo
brought about cnlj through an arrangement with
the Havel family, who commence their cngigemint
with Mr. Ford at hie Ilalilmorc theatre, Inttead of
liere. at originally arranged. They inooeed Ml
Mitchell, however. A lew play will be presented
at tbli f.ehlonh e theatre tfili evening, MUi Meg
gle appitlDg In the lradlag character, tnlltUil
''The Queen of BpadM" a novel dramatio con
truotlon, rnhnclog all that li entertaining anl at
traetlre. Alight a ar comptny tppear In It. The
Eirlorrouioe will conc'ude wl'h The Wanderlog
3y," adrema, la whloh Emma Mltehell will ap
Sar, led through ltt plot and i9iei by bar eMer,
Wasmikqton TtttiTti A large aodienco ana
bled at tble popular hoa of amatement laat err n
lng, to witnei the debnt of the favorite ocmedlan,
Ur.ChanfraUi and tbe tint rrpreeea'atton of the
national drama of " Hall It in." Btr. lhanlreu waa
rewired with ranch appiaoee, and performed1 hla
chancier ot JercmJih CllP.ttie atage attack barber,
In a manner which el lolled round after round ofep
piotatlon. Alter the ocrnedlttta, the new play wa
given. The teener waa la per b, the tableaux were
Kinn with remarkable pn-cinlon and correotneet,
the aetlrg waa admirable I Mr Chanfrau aeeplog
the audience in a roar of laughter at the whfaai
calii lei of Jupiter, a" contraband." The piece will
be played every night until further notice.
Gaovra'aTaiarai fnunwl Attraction Vr tiro.
verlxraal toeviry emergency, and now that the
Olty h lua blizeoi excitement with tbe differ eot
vleloc nlacei ol amuat meat, he ha a nrovldf d attrao
tlona whloh cvertcp all other In addition to iba
popul&i
to play
tl&r ard vtraau'e Florence!, who are engaged
to play a farewell engagement of nix nigh a only.
loeiaienieaana Dciaiiiuia.circM, jainouian uenm,
haa bten tngiged, and the aetrlcee of ihe great
Kopplix Iniored for the purpoae of c indue lng the
orclic-tra All the parties were received lut eren
lng with a hearty welcome, anl the great Irl b
eprcUcnler drama f The Colleen Bawn, or the
if ride or Uerryowen,' wae never before ea effect
Ively placed upon tbe rtage Krery noene waa rap
taroutly applauded The ohalra and a large por
tlon of the dicra circle pteeente) a grand tea cf
lavellnee one Luge bouquet Title evealog "Thi
Colleen Ilawn" Wit be produced tor the iccond
tlmB, the performance commend of with the pro
lean drn.a of "Thrice Manled," with toe chara
log Mr Florence In f.ur cheraoter, wl h new
Mnga ud dance a
Biisuii'e OaaiT FxntiiTiOK, comprMeg Mu
it um. Circa, Menagerie Ac , offer auditional at
tracuonath a afternoon and eteutnf, at the pavilion
In foultlana aieiue, near Tenth utreet belldet
the elt gant echcol of ldy eqoeitrlanlFm, Introduced
in ihU oouutry by Madame loumiilre. and the
tlahlog hoireniamhlp ot lierloua and Uemmtngf.
there wil be given on tM cccialnna tueliDge of
tu m leu hv the renowned Qeneral Tom 1 numb and
hlic'e.er little nauilcil friend, Commodore Mutt,
bom well Known io i imi as urn men aoriageiapc
clmcuaoi hnmaultv In cxlitence. Ataonr the bril
Hint titan of the menagerie, the n.st ooraplcu in
Mine can leiiauon bnixiir,wiiii iiuiivtt.tu minor
beam,cptarel by theoia traprer, Aciam. la florae
nf hla Uillfnrnin rati, some tire vrara ico Tbe
jurtnlle aitilvtlc and vailed gymnutla letta die
played in llarnuot'e arena are ait ul ibe flrat order,
uommanitng the applause of lull and dlitinguUhtd
aunienna ouin in iiij Kiieruuii nou ctchiuk;
Nuto's Gaauoava (Ubdim CiaouiTbU p'ace
mi fiuae wen atitiudid "y laj and Citldre i yes
terday aupjnoon.and lat ulgbtJtwai tilled to crr
lliwing Ire purformiDoea appear to eult the tattea
I b)ttiOUl2eo9 and ftrangra,an4 Juit A3 long aa
Mr Nixon dvote bit enviglea to cater lug for bla
latabllnhmentjuat so long will be be Ihe recipient
of a licit pfcumary barveat The dwarf, wli there
appears to re eome control ery about, are at the
Crtmorne. lo aee Cominjdore Foote and Calonel
Snialr Remember, there are performanora every
afteri.o'm and teLlog
OivunoMoBicflALt Tie advent or the iccond
week of tlili popular lull waa marked by euccjia la
every manner eiuaillsg tbe flrt. The large hall
wai tlUed last tieninK In every pirl, many being
fjroel to ttiud The performance were all that
lha mauagra proml-ei,and t.e audlenci irlnotd
mcbp'eA ure. IhW evtnlcg tne entire C5tu?anv
will l pear li a choio enterialnment. lively, witty,
and full ot dh Alt the fvotlie will appear, In
otuding Md Mura Ueiiiard, the eachantiogvoril
I.. .. I. .11.. II imI fnn Iha f inllvnl Id a ilBtiusnau
111, ill in u una '! iv.ii v .). . -id ,
Hob Butler, Luwilaylonl, Charley Uaidner, Uob
llall.&c
LAMTikavar l.ong telore the opening of the
door lau evening, triera una ejuRreniea 10 irraii
of tM ftett ten )i ol auuaement a Nrge number
nf ntnm aiixluu ttub'ain admbvlju. The an
pearit ce ol me varlcua tainted atarn upon Ibe
etag" uk the Hlgnal for an irulbuht of the most en
thu-ilantlo appiauie M pma Julia Mortimer and
k'at l'viii.uvr.ln the" IJItMeVaLsv. Cirned the
huusft by storm, and Hon buUoty,the great ballet
nvier aiti )iuuuiiuiiai, jtuu uiuiiii m 4iv i
nerfjiuier. Ineaweet aong blrd.Mlea Asnea South
erland, contributed greatly to the pleasure ot tbe
audknee Iheie la certainly a mote interesting,
amulcg,aid varUd paifoinunce at tblstiratelsm
lnuflo ball tlun can be lound or teen at any ether
ot the numerous place ot truutement nowojen In
tlili olty Ihtt entire graud ttrfnimauoe of laet
night lll be itpated to nlgbt. concluding with
the popular paiitotclmcVMoca Dechalaroe&u "
i -
loIIe Hatters.
Wiu. Jamea w.itt nrreated on Sunday, by
Officer ltrewHr, tif Ibo Third w.trd, for being
disorderly hihI proftiue. Taken before Juatlce
riark And lined (3, which Iih pnid and was dla
charged.
Jotjn JackBon wn nrrpated on Bunday, by
Oiltocr JolinRon, cf the Third ward, for riding
on pavement. Ho waa Uken before Justine
r'Urlf hi i flnPil f.t.
1'oter Hydoand Kicbard llydowere arrested
on Sunday, by Ollcer Parker, r tbe Third
ward, for using threats nf violence. They
were taken be lure Justice jormsrm ami
iiftrd tn clve Roourllr to keeD the neaoe.
Mlohaol S,au1ii wan arrested on Sunday, by
OflK-or Crown, of tbe Fourth ward, lor fast
riding. He was taken bnfore Justice Walter and
fined 15 as.
Mar.iret Johnson and Dan Cooper were ar
mated on Siindsr. br Officers Fuss and Lewis
of the fourth uard, fur lighting. They wore
taken before Jimico waiter ana niiea n on
Wm. It ihinaoii u-ns arrested on Bundav bv
, Offloer M'lrrli, of the Fourth WHrd, for resist
log an t filcer. He whs txkrn before Justloe
WitltAr Mud rutnm I tied to till fur court,
Palor Wagner was arretted on Sunday, by
Ofllopr JishiPii. nf ihd Seventh ward, ud the
nhnrffo ol belnc disorderly. He Has taken bo
toroJutiHca Stratton and fined $3, whioli he
paid and was rtisou.irgea.
Arrest of L,lutenaint
On Bunday night, Offloer MoCawley, of tin
Seventh warn, arrested a man uoanng n hou
iannt itrnnit on his shonldnri. under sustil-
rlous olrcttnwtances. The officer saw blm on
Sunday morning, ab-mt three o'clock, lying In
an omnlbuv on a vacant lot near Seventh
Mreet and Virginia meime, on the Island. He
appeared to lmo Juat rccoerea irom a nara
drunk. Tim clticer lot hint off that time, but
nn passing Ihe same place about ten o'clock on
Sunday night, nrtllt.g he same lieutenant In tht
locality again, he took him Into custody... He
tr&ve hi iiamit jw Mout. M.iiulerville, or the
r.mrleonlh (Dro. kljn) New Yurt regiment.
He was turr.fd over in thn I'rovoat Marshal.
I'uch army iftlcorn tmht mil to b. pennltted
to illdrne tho United HUtea uniform but
oneo
.....
liwrltiK Oufriigr and Hulibery,
Tin eo masked villains entered the house of
MrCliarles, on Vermont avenue, litst ruiurday
night, und tlndlug Mrs. Charles alone, they
uei7fld her by thu throat, and, throning her on
a lounge, choked her to prevent her scream
intr. and one held liar whlto the others rifled
the buretu drawers and a trunk. They got
two gold watches, one very valuable, $111 In
moner. hnd a uuanlilr of her own and hus
band'rf cltdhlng. Her trunk was packed to go
to New York. Mrs. Charles, tn consequence
of the fright und extremely rough usage, watt
seized with convulsions, which lasted for some
time, no ciue wtuiever naa been obtained t
tho perpetrators of this daring outrage,
UlSIItlSKCtl
The Meamer Ooorgo Weeing, formerly of the
Patuxeii lino, but now In tho employ of the
(loveiniueiit botweeo this port and Washing
ton, had a olslon In the bay on Friday night
by which a largo portion of tlifl upper works
on Ibo at trbuard bow wore carried away. She
wa immediately seat tn h bhlp yard for re
pairs, Htul will be ready In a few days tore
Hume her rnuie on the Polomae. JJattiuwre
tn, 20t.
Troops Arrlveit
Tbe Ode Hundred aod Seventieth New York
regiment, Cot. McUermott, numbering 901 men,
arrived In this clly cyi flaturdAv nlghl.
The O10 Hundred and Fifty sixth I'enns iva
nia regiment, Ol. HUnly. wilh 1)78 raufc and
Ale, arrived on Bunday nlftht.
8otnn too or 500 recruits for various regl
ments have arrived within Ihe past twenty four
hours.
Killed by the Klrli afallorae.
Franklin P. BurKOst, about ten years nf age,
a son of Ur. A. F. ilurgess, who resides near
ino navy ira, was severely Kioseu uy
horso, Ihe blow striking him on tbe head, kl
kill
log blm Imtanlly.
t'ubllo V.nooK.
A uew sohonl will be opened tbis morning,
under tie uure of a competent teacher, at the
corner nf R and Tenth strests.
CITT OUUHCIUI.
Boiitp or aldihmi. The Board met tecord.
(ng to adjournnwnutbe Prtsident In the cnalr.
The Chair presented the petition ol J. Eilyn
for tbe remliiion of fines.
A bill for the relief of John Alexander and
others vaa rd threat times and basted.
Ajoint resolution to pay Walter T. DavldgeJ
lor serTICei as counsellor tuauvrpurauuu, wm
read three timet and passed.
A Joint resolution for the purpose of defray
ItTg the experaes of an election In the Fifth
ward, waa read three times and passed.
A bill Increasing the pay of the messengers
to the Mayor and Hegleter and Water ltegls
trar offloes, and for other purposes, waa read
three times and passed.
A bill In relation to streets, alleys, avenues,
ipaooa, Ac, waa considered and laid over. Ao
companylng this blllls an opinion of the Cor
poration attorney. In wblcu he deolares that
tbe streets and Intersections of streets dedi
cated to public use, are under tbe control of
the Corporation, and cannot be legally need
without tbe consent or the Corporation au
thorities. A bill to amend an act tn tax, regulate and
protect theatrical exhibitions. Lid over.
A bill fr the rel ef of Gates .V Beaton, waa
readthree times and passed.
A bill making appropriations for the pay
ment of oontlngent expenses of tbe public
schools, waa read three times and passed,
A petition from Edward Garner waa referred.
A hill to grade K street, toF street north,
waa sead three times and passed.
A bill for tbe relief of Henry I.ee, was read
three times and passed.
A joint resolution In reference to an alley In
square Ho, 4G2, waa read three times and pass
ed. Adjourned.
CoiwoM CoCkcil. Thls'Board met last night
aa usual the President and Vice President be
lng absent.
Mr. Barr waa called to the chair.
Mr. Utermehle announced that after Ibe ad
journment the Monday previous. Mr. Ellis and
himself had been appojnted on the committee
In relation tn building a new school house In
the Fourth dtstrlot.
The Chair laid before the Board, a communl
oatlon from the Mayor transmitting his appro
valofcsrtalnaota. Mr. Raub presented tbe petition of Joseph
Whitney, asking the remission of a fine for de
positing night soil on vacant lot. Postponed.
Mr. Knleht nrenented the oetltlonof Henrv
tlull, asking permission to sell ale and beer In
a certain locality, iteterrea.
Mr. Can field offered a resolution that the
Cora mite e on Police be Instrusted to Inquire
Into the exnedlencr of eroctlne new col Ice
stations and lockups In tho various wards. Not
agreed to.
air. mouipsuii, iri'in ma j in mi ilea m vr.ayH
and Means, reported a bill authorizing tbe pur
chase nf fuel for the out-door poor of this olty
during the coming winter, and appropriating
$700 therefor; provided that not mora than IKK)
shall be appropriated In eaoh ward. ,
Mr. Utermehle wished to hae some guards
thrown around these appropriations, so that
the (lefcrving poor, only, shall have the benefit
of this bill.
Mr. Thompson (bought tbe method hereto
fore In nractlce waa tbe best whloh could be
adopted. The Mayor usually haa control of
this matter, and bo does not bestow the bounty
without proper certificates from well-known
cltl7ens nnhe ward.
Mr. utermehle moved to ao amend the bill
that the fuel shall be distributed by the respect
Wn ward delegations Instead of the Mayor.
Adopted.
rne mu waa react a mini time ana passea.
Mr.Barr IntroducedablU appropriating $100
nut of tho watAr fund, to repair tbe paved car
rlage way on F atroat, between Fourteenth and
Fifteenth streets. Inferred.
Mr. Thompson, from tho Committee of Ways
and Means, reported a bill making an appro
Delation of iMZ21 to nay all outstanding
claims for Ubor and material In the erection
of the Central Guardhouse. Passed.
Mr. Murlagb, from the Committee on Claims,
reported In ttvor of a bill to pay $45 to Frank
T Bauds, for extra services In tho burial of
paupers, rasseu.
Mr. Kills, from the Committee on Police, re
nnited In favor of a bU to allow Mr. Samuel
Warner to erect a frame dwelling against a
brick blacksmith Bhop, After some discussion,
the bill was passea w a tnira reading yeas n,
nays a.
Toe oiii paaseu.
Mr. Knleht rennrted a bill annrourlatinff fflO
for the relief of M. H. White, fur the burial of
paupers injected with smallpox, itererred.
A bill from the Board of Aldermen, authoriz
ing the relavlnc the water main on Thirteenth
streot west, from Ohio avenue to Pennsylvania
avruue.
Wr Tliiili mm Ail tn r.. umAml.lh&t thA rnnntv
sIihII be taken out of the water fund, Adopted
yeaa to, nays o.
UD lauui'ii ui air, imuu, mu uiii was mvu in1
tarred.
A bill to Increase the salarv of the Mayor's
lUCBarjUK3r 11UI " lo uuaiu i-t Aiuoiiuvii
and Common Council, and tho messenger of
the Hoard.
Faldon tho table, on motion or air. Thouin
inn.
Mr. Raub presented a bin for the relief or
J nun nh Whltnor. Ueferred.
A series m resuiuiitna irom iuh duktu ui
Aldermen, In relation to the death of Kt Alder
man W. F. Bavlev
they were adopted, and, In accordance
theronlth.liie lizard aajournea.
l)nf lis of Soldiers.
The followloK were reported yeeterdsr;
Alomo Goodwin, company 0, f.ih Mssa.at
Odd Fellows' Ilall hosplUl. Lowell, Mass.
Gyrus II nil, oompany D, 18th Mssi., at Carver
hospital
Itnhert Easter, company C, 12th N. n. Bris
tol. N. n.
John II.IIannlDg, company E, 7lh Vs.; Eck
Itgtun bospital.
Teaninter, Conrad Sdsntsn, Qaittemiaiter
service.
JihOpl. SpeftM, company F, loth Pa, Kas., at
0 Mumblan College hospital. Phllllpsburtc, Bea
ver couuty, I'a.
IIoraMo V. Gordon, at Eruptive hospital.
Bvmuel B. Mshan, ocmjmny D, 7th Ph. It 0.,
at Carver lospital.
The following; deaths aro reported In Atexan
drla:
Joseph Rowens, oomp'tny II, "1st N. Y , at
Mansiuti House,
Maurice Kammltz, company A, let U. B.
Sharpshooters, at St. Paul's Church.
Ja roes Robinson, oompany II, 28th N. Y.. at
Ht, rHUisunurcn.
Tlio MarrterC4t.ee.
In I lift DHtrt of Salesman, mentioned by us
yesterday, the pornner's jury returned a ver
dlot lliat tho decAARed caine tn Ms dOHth from
a fracture of the t-kull, canned by n, blw from
a Rhine alint In Ibo atAa of Ira Temple, aided
Htiu tviieue'i y unas. jhukb.
Justice Drury, wlni was pressut at ihe In
niiaat. committed Temule to tall ns TirlnolDsl
Jabke as aocessory, and Webnter and Emory tn
appear as witnesses
Halesor Ileal Ketate.
Last Friday afternoon, Messrs. MoOulreV
Co. soldlotsKoi.fi and!), In square No. 225,
corner of Fourteenth and K streets. Tbey
wentniTat $1 'J7 por foot. This lot haa a front
nf Sfl feet 8 Inches on E street, br 60 feet on
Fourtoonth, and la said to be tbe best ualo of
real estate made In this city since tbe war
commenced.
I I s
V migration
In our Issue of Friday, wo published au Item
In re fete nee to a lecture given by Prof. Green,
of Canada West, In wbfoh we stated that be was
about to kIvb a lecture on tho uuWeotof eml
KrHilou. It seems that v, a were inlstnforned in
return in ino tmuiouvoi iim jir.'uiirUMi ivaiuro,
ss tho Profossor luis not selected his theme for
thtit oooHRinn.
'Cricket,"
At tho rluso nl tbe performance at Ford's
Theatre, on Friday evening last, Miss Maggie
llitohell was Dresuntetl with a line set nf lew.
elry and .t "Cricket," a well deserved testi
monial to beauty, talent and worth.
Wild Qeees.
tvahave seen several largo fltoks of wild
geese llylng over tbls city within the past few
days In a southerly direction, an evldenoe tbat
the oold woather has already begun In their
summer quarters among toe nortnern i.Kes.
Personal.
UsJor.Oeneral Morrill, I). B. A., and Mr. and
sirs. w.j. noreooe.ara at wmaraa'.
Cols. Wyudham and Fsssenden, U. B. A., are
at the National.
Vl.tlnff liajrs at tlie Hospital, la this
tilty.
By alate order of the Burgeon (leneral, " tbe
military bospital. will be ojien to the author
Ired agents of soldiers' relief associations and
other aid sooleltes, from twelve o'clook m. to
six o'olook p. m., dally, and to the friends ol
patients and other visitors, If, In tbe Judgment
or the surgeon In oharge, their vlsiu will not
be prejudicial to the welfare of the sick,"
Indira Hnbber Goods.
The nhue to her voor RITODKR COAT8, LEO
OINSjOAMP BLANKETS, UAVELOCKfl.MA
VKRSACK8,a4 tviry artlel made rrom imn.
hiTRnu'.u uatif a. ttat.i.'X Iniia Itnbbtr Ware
house, where you cap obtain them at mumf tetarere'
prioe,810l'eBBirlvsBltaa6elbstwttB Ninth and
Tenth ttreeti. tmmm u
Great Isle of ITamcjr and Hllllaerr ltk
s jfiK sioont iwr inaia nnoDiruomit
Mr II. A. 1 1 all. haTlne rjorohiaid the stock of
millinery gooat ana lancy anuteiia) maiuiwuj
ttete recently occaplcd by Messrs. Hatehuucn a
nunru, no. BIV lfJDIUTlMl , Wiwu
Ninth and Tenth atreets, offs for sale, at tea l and
at e&tmtlg low prtocs.the above-aamtdgooda,and
the ladle of Wishing ton and vWnlty will do well
ts fmurova this oooot tnnltv as the eioek mat be told
at once to make recm for the tav"1 d ( stock of
ruoser gooas vrircninaisainvi naw iotk. mc
store li at sio Pennsylvania arena j you cannot lor
get ths nnmber. 8t
WhtUhuist Gallery. 43ft Pena ar.,next
door Co ihe Telegraph ufnee,
Contlnutt to attract thronts of vtsltora to obtain
cam us cuuei ui imiuwiTBi u irivnua, wuivd mtw
tiotntully prod socd at this Umt htmoredand cdebraUd
taatAUAmmu "jsra uaenesett oi onr autinguunta
generals sod others, tog fiber with many who hare
Fallen la battle, e an be obtain i. Also, portraits In
oil and water oo tot a O.dtra for field views promptly
attended to. oct IT 1m
....
The MereantlU Bank
Ja calling In eadfedtenlagtUbfllaof lane as pre
senttdetthtlr counter, MJ Pnylvanla eveaue
oppoeit W HUrds'. oct 14. It
Basaktaa Mates.
The follow Id g are the rafts at which bankers
and broken are buying and selling gold and
uver -me tegai teaasr dumb uaiug ma iwuu'
ard: '
Buying, Belling,
Gold 25 pero.prem.28 pern. pram
Silver Jfi " " 18
Dumruid notaa.1 " '4 " "
Banks of Issue In Washington and Georgetown!
Washington. Georgetown.
Butk of Metropolis. Farmers' and Mech's
Bank of Washington. Bank.
Patriotic Bank. Bank of Coram roe.
Farm'a A March's. B'nk.
The Farmers' and Merchants' Bank and the
Bank of Commeroe laaue notea of the denomina
tion of one dollar and upwards.
The Bullion Bank
Redeems their notea In U. 8. Treasury notes
when any amount from one dollar upwardals
presenter.
Attention. Atflleteill
Dr. Vetlny Is yet engaged In an extensive
nractlce In this oltv. and we would call the at
tention of the poor, puny, emaciated viotlms
of their own sins to the best sources of remedy.
First, give up your present course of life at
onco and forever; and secondly, oaft on the
mosiaxurui pnystctans, tana none are oeuer
than Dr. Vellny.) and be cured of the diaease
which Is now undermining the constitution
and sending yon to a premature grave
The Indian Herb Doctor,
From Canada, will describe dlseaact and tell his pa
tient tte nature of their eomplalnta or Illness, with,
out receiving any Information from them ftoikargt
for ctmtuUatum or adrie. Omoe, No 11 Washington
Building. Pennsylvania avenue, corner of Seventh
atrert, Washington, V. C. sep U tf
D1KD
in Miouieiowo, rreaeriric county, mu., nn
the 6lh October, lu the 27lh year oi his age,
Sergeant Jaucs Rtuart Gillks. printer, com
panyB Ninety fifth regiment, New York Vol
unleers, of a wound received at the battle of
South Mountain.
Iiiammore papers please copy.i
WANTS.
WAN l ED imirt, nlltbl. jonog Mu, to
ilriT. . Milk W.ffOB ud la lit la mllklnr
Imiuli. .t 440 Twdnh itrttt, between O and 11,
froi4taep m ccftl
p Ul'HKItanlTIII WMTCD.
WAE UrrARTUINT,
Olflo. of Mllli.rr Dlreoior nd
Suot. lllliro.dl, U. 8 ,
H-.uMrtpnn.Oct. 1,H81.
Blx Kooi Coiier mlttu waated Apply mt tb. or
flee if Ulllurv Director end Baperlat(nleDt or
Uiilr ad. U. B ,'iitt (1 atieet. ooio St
FVHNI8IIKD lllltlSK VAWTICn-rtB
Ihe Uepot of tb. Haltlmor. k Ohio atlroad
Conpanv, by a (lood Tenant, who will tak. good
oartol to. furoltuie,4io. AddreM
"U W. KDMOMW,
ep M I'UMOKer Agent II. iO. U. .0.
WANTKU At th. New Tork KtnploTnieiii
Aaenoy ODIee, No 411 Ninth ntnet, near I'a.
arenn.,wKNlY-IVIiU) WMITK and COL
OUC.D GIULM, with food tefer.no.., u Guokf,
Oliambermaldi, LanndteMe., Waltreiwee, Naraea.
and Seanutrriue.. Alao young Colored Ilea to walf
on tablee In VrlvaU VamlUve or Hotel. Abjo want
rd hotlBN laimedlaUU , with or without Kurnltura
riployerl In want of good help, will nod It to theb
adranlag; to oall. . .,..
my n tf N U. UILLKa.
m Asuiaavua auiu rAuroiiT.
WANTED M famalea to learn to make iklrta
ja parson can, IB a luon lime, uuu.t i.r wn, irv
as to 4 Indnlr., for parttoalarr, at 401 Seventh it .
httwaan U a.i Bt !-
-piiic .ouockhikb.
FINK UUOCKKILS.
FINE GUOCKU1LU,
FINE GRfCKRIES,
AT AUCTION FKICKS,
AT AUCTION PKICE8,
AT AUCTION PRIOSS.
lbs bslsnee of lbs csrflO of the
SCnOOSER"AID,"
ConsUHog of every dascilptlon of
FINK
FAMILY
OBOOBBUD,
Will he lor sals until the Uehooser Is dl-olmrgid.
II
FAUILIKS
In nceil cl a Winter Bupplf, at ths
TBADF, PBICK,
Can bs mpplied br Ihs l'scksge.
FBF.U. 8. C0ZZKN3,
Uoutlgse.,oor 14th street soil I'enn sre.
CAl'T nUICHINUS,
Sohooter "All," foot of tub strest.
ojll-dlltf
FRANKLIN
00.,
gj) XXt.
HCIKNTIKIO AND fKAClICAl,
aEi,ioiA:ia,,
a.4 P.nusylTaulaavsnvs, b.twa.n I4tl
and 13th scrs.u, north sttU,
BfKCTACLVa sad JSVR ULAfcSK.tl, with gen
uln. Hraxtllan rabbles, rauartf.) IroDrovias sod
strengthening the Impalrd .resight
MlflirAliY HELD lll.ABHKS,
ur superior quaiuy, lor asy or nigut.
OPHUA OLAHHKS.
rkBEUSCOrKS and VIKWS, domestls sad
.-!. MATIIKMATIIlil. and SUltVKOK'a
INSfliUMKNr8,COM-A8HES,llAlUIMKrKlt3,
Ttll'.KUUUl'.lJ'.ttit, uauriusir.ir.u.D, as., a.
at the lowest New York prloes, wholesale ne retail
KUAN KLIN A CO.,
sep U 2U l'eourlva&la aveooe
rsiHK IINDF.uaKINKU 1IEI1.S l.EAVK. 10 IN
X form tbe publlo that h. he entered loto bosloeis
relalloua with ihe hou. o; Pssebjsm a Co., Uaok
srs, Home, lor the selectloa,puraba4e, or forwsrdlog
OI W OIKS PI AM. Or Oilier wnum ui uuuiw, uj.uu
laemre, wh ch be is prepared to do on the most la
vornble ojndlllbns aLil wi'h the greatest promptl-
tuue. , ,
1 he greatest oere will be given to selecting sod
packing.
Tbe most liberal terms allowed in all barking
traotactlons, and circular letters ol oredlt on any
Eoropeen or American houso ce.liiJ by Kbkbbobh
Oo. W J SriLLMAN,
oot 11 W3I U B. I'QBsul, ltome.
All K T It 1C A T I
Is neaesatxy, eitber lor an Officer or a Pilvate,
Id order to capture two certain artiolee, ?li One
oew Hlllltr and one Plr or JIOHU. whlab wu left
at my "hop do ring leer v eek.
epi 0 II MUHCK
NOTIOK IS IIEREDr 01VEN THAT THE
Copartnership heretofore eslitlng between
LVLE A COFFIN U this day dUolv(lbv mutosl
oonsent. JOHN U I.YLK,
J A, COFFIN.
John 0. Iyls still oontlaoM the business at I
old stand.
W.ftNtv.ev-v JmI.sI le.e I. is
T3 OH sULK-A large, flrat clsas, well furnished
J. l,aaies' llosrjmK nous. Apply at
N ( Washington Street.
00 18 V Alexandils, Va
&
VSIEXoSif v-iaMS
(oonnvmoiTiD,)
(Kxtraet from a Letter on the BatUeVleld.)
a.....
Thla battle (Antletam) hai been th. tsott
i-tangnloarjr ef the war, and the only one fought
with design and upon military prmoipien. -me
arrangement of our corps the overlooking po
Itlon of tho OommandingGeneral the lending
Into action the right and the left-the doling
up of the centre, and nnal euooele excites be
wildering admiration, and carries tho mind to
e great fields of Austerlllt and Wagram,
fought by Napoleon. Of all this hate spoken.
Ibe heart history of suoh a conflict, purchased
by the life and blood of twenty thousand men,
must be found In tho hospitals. War has Its
glories but It has its ton thousand demons In
these human tortures, that make the eye-balls
ache the heart bleed the lips palsy, and the
brain reel. The sight Is at flrat positively un
endurable. Tbe Ufa blood ef some Is still trick
ling away In silent calmness while the dis
severed limbs and manlao brain of others give
rise to sounds Ood grant I may not again wit
nets. But ye mothers who now seek a eon or wife
a husband or sister a brother or sons h
father know and he Consoled tost even here
ths hand of mercy Is watchful, and better care
is bestowed upon your loved one than might at
flrat seem possible. It waa In the hospital
where rested the gallant Hooker, that I learned
the history of those mythical words so often
ssen and so little understood, "8.T. 18G0 X."
Anything alleviating the sufferings and saving
the lives of our soldiers Is a national blessing.
I wllnssssd some astonishing results from this
article.
It Is wsll known the effect of burnt gunpow
der and excitement Is thirst, which, added to
the loss ot blood In the wounded, oreates the
necessity of a reviving stimulant. In thla par
ticular hospital, the physlolans were allowing
their patients te drink Plantation Bitters, other
wise oalled S. T 18f-X, and although the
wounded are most numerous here this divis
ion having opened the flgbt at 6 In the morning
the men were mostly oomposed, and there was
but very little fainting. The artlole acts upon
Ihe stomach, and nerves In a most Incompre
hensible manner, superior to brandy, and with
out subsequent stuptfying reaction. It origi
nated In the West Indies, containing callsaya
bark, winter green, lavender, aniso, clove
buds, orange, snake root, AC, preserved In St.
Croix Hum the B. T. 1C0 X being a secret
Incredlent, not yet revealed to the public. It
Is principally recommended for want of appe
tile, disordered liver, Intermittent fevers, stom
arhlo difficulties, Ao. I understand It was
somewhat known In the Southern States previ
ous to the war, and it appears an agent of Jef
ferson Davis recently applied to tbe proprie
tors for the privilege to make it for hospital
purposes during the war, to whloh they made
tbe following reply :
Nxw Yoax, Jan. 16, 18C1.
Mr. ,
Agent of, etc:
Doar Sir, In reply to your nommuuloatlon,
ntrrtnv us "Plltv thousand dollars for the re
cipe and right to make the Plantation Bitters
for bospltalpurposos during the war," we beg
to say your price Is a liberal one, considering
It would coat us nothing to i-oroply, and-tb it
otherwise ue can derivu no revonue from the
Southern Stales; but, sir, our rlitlles to our
ilnv.rnm.iit and our Ideas of oonslstencr would
not allow us tn entertain tt. although it might
nleitse us to assuage the auuorlngs of yuur mis
guided lollnwers.
we remain,
Very respectfully yours,
P. II. Daaxi i. Co.
These g'entlemeu give tho hlslorytlf oertaln
Ingredients of their article for over two hun
dred years-showing thit through all ohanges
of Ihe medical profession and its practitioners,
hlrength, composure and cheerfulness have
keen derived from these sources. Dr. Woods
In the Washington Hospllsls informed me that
be had beon unable to produce an hour's sleep
in one patient for nearly two weeks, and he
was fast slnklngandcrar, until Ihe Plantation
Bitlere came to his knowledge, when oiie day's
trial gave blm a night's rest and he was now
fast recovering I am surprised our Govern
ment bss not equalled Jefferson Davis In energy,
and adopted this invaluable artlclo lu all our
hospitals. As u lay member, I can bear witness
it I "good to take," and adords more energy
and life than anything I have ever tried. Bno
cess to tbo Plantation Bitters.
But I have digressed. In my next I shall
speak of gathering In the wounded, burying
tbe dead, ae.
Si-pt 15 -en 111
JMilitnr.v EqHipment,
thuwh:,
ANl
HARNESS MANUFACTORY,
409 Seventh Street,
Oppo.lle Odd Pellswi' II a 1 1
WASHINQTON, D. 0.
I manofaatars ol ths best material, and have oot.
etently on Land, a large sn4 varied assortmeot of
miliary sod L'ltliens' SsJdles,
liiiJl.i,
ltriast Collars,
salt M.idle Cloiti
Mltabrauu,
Patent Feed and v aler Iluosels,
ripart.,
llttoers' llsversseke,
Omoers' Vine Sword Belts,
Belt 1 ilmmlngs, snd
Field (Hsu Cue.
r It U N ICH.
SOLK I.KAI11KU,
1HON rRAMU,
HUFJJ3,aed
WOOD BOX TRUNKS
VAMSK.S,
TRAVKLINQ BAC13,
HAKNF.SS, A0
KlifAlHlNU.
Aa 1 manufacture rranka extetslvely, and neoea
ssrlly bars all kinds of Trunk Material, I am better
prepared to repair Trunks, Ao , thoroughly and
promptly, than any other establishment in the olty.
oct ll-3ud JAMES S fOPlIAH,.
JUST RKCKIVEU OUR NF.W STOCK OF
KAIX and WINTER Clothing, which we are
iwlllni at very low nrloaa. at I.. A lleall A Co . No
ant Sevecth street, bctweeai ard K. Oume one, come
all to l, A iieaii a i;o.. loget your uioining, rur
nUhlnir Qo,d..Trniiki.IIa'a.abdCaH. No 8S1 titv
enth etreet, between I and K Now is the time to
bur your Clothing at L A Bsall A Co. No SSI Sev.
enth street, between UK. Especial attention la
oauea loour neweiuuaui rail ana n mieriuiiung
(jents FurnlsHtng uooas, lists, and caps
h. A. BEAM, CO ,
Clothiers, No asl Bevenlh street.
Ths cheapest Clothing house la town is at L A
Beall ACo'a.No Ml Seventh streot, bet I snd K.
aaSS 8m
W
ATKH NOTIOK.
In flontveaaenoa of the lownau of tLe waUr in the
General lttmrvolr U will be neoessary, nuleu great
eoonomy of water li praotioed, for the Government
toon to ihut off the mpply to cltlicni eollrcl ,
AU peraone are, therefore, forbHden tiune the
by d rente on fenmyUatla ayeone, or on my etreete
or avenoee under the oare aid ip?rvltiloa of the
CommlNloner of Publlo BoildlnKe, lor waterlog the
etreete or pavement, or for any private pnrpoee
whatever ....
And all pereone u.lug the water are urjntly loll
cited to be ae eooaenloal In It ne ae PS",,!)Na
a n r urn i
' P9VHQQIaaCssasaesaesaen
Mp 10
CommieJloner of Publlo Bulldiogi.
AMUSEMENTS.
WASHINGTON THEATRE,
Cor. sci.T.ntK ud V lueeta. '
Lessee aid Manager nlSRT C. JABMTT.
Second night of ths engagement of the Versatile
aad Original Comedian,
Mr. CHANFRAU,
who will spptar In tb
,,NKW NATIONAL PLAY.
oi lounM latertft, w&Iea dm mibu iriprratloe
for MTirsI week DUt.unl will be DtoduatHl th'i
ereatef.wtth
new Loeai aetnuT, uioramie ...aitoni,
Mechanical Fffetts, Appropriate Coitnmei, te
On Tneidsr Kvcnlrtff, Oct. at, 1(109,
will he prMchtsdCawlssOsylor's olstraut Na
tional Drsmt.la a sot, cetiued
BXlrL, HXJ3V,
Or the laeklssc of Fair Oka dart-ILase.
JUPITEK...(aContrsbiSd)....Mr. CBAItrUAU.
Col Kilawertn .Mr. A. H. IHvsanort.
KrsnkUrown.il Mr. J. I. Herrett.
Jscluon Mr. Wilson.
Mis Jaekson Mrs. II. p. Orsttaa.
Hank Banker. ..wltheong Miss Annls Wilks.
Juno Miss Ella Christy.
Act i, Scene 1 View of Losg Bridge by moral
unai I'rus.insji'i u. n sruvuv.
nosns . Kntirlor of ths Msrshsil IIosss.
Soma Stairway In the Marehall Uoiae Death
ef Ellsworth and F.arfal Betrlbitlon on the Kebel
Jacasoa.
Aot it falrfax Courthouse In Jens, lssl Kn
irsnoe of ths Union Kcrwa-Sacking ol Fairfax
Codtt hoass
Aot in Ihe Female Spy inthi Ualos Camp
W ew National Bong, 'The Battle cry of Freedom''
Death ol the female Soy-tlsirinUh In the Vicinity
of Bull Bur Look out for Bombshells Charg. of
Black Horse Cavalry Battle of Bull Bun-Tableau.
Previous to the Drsms,ths s arorlts Comedietta of
"Widow's Victim;
OR,
THE STAGE-STRUCK BARBER.
JKKKVCLU' Mr. UUAKKKAU,
with bit wonderftil ImltatloB ot ForrMt, Booth,
.Kesri, Banty Williams, and Barton.
aumTbqiom.
DrtssCirots sod fro,stts ftoesnts.
Orcbe'trs Chairs Iftotnts
l'srturre ?fiocnts
Private Boxm f&
Box offlos open from e a. m to 4 p. m.
Seats can be eeoarsl dally from 9 am. till 5 p. tn
Door open at T o'olook. eomtnenoe at a o'clock.
oat Si
FORD'S NEW THEATRE,
Tenth 3trt. nt-ar ths Avenue
J T KOHO..UANAUKK AND PKOl'BIKTOlt,
(Ai'ooi uoiiiasv Btri inestre)
nUUPIIKKY BLAND 8TIUK MANAQKK
ITof K08WALD, UIKKCTORof ORCIIKSTKA
ru. aiAinyno au juuiior.n
SIXTH AND LAST WEEK
or the rirtlv trifled ami bt-tatliul
iis ivxagrerio iiitcb.oiit
whoM lurpsiiiiDC to Ion hu cDtbrooed her
IMrURlALMlbTKKSSof COMKDYN3HEALM
tf Mr. Ford ftQDoaccei Ith rouci pleuore thttt
owiKKioino
GREAT GABRIEL HAVEL TROUPE.
nhlch hehaUeDarind.ftn(l who hftvecrolonffed their
eof igtoiiiit In ritlUdelphia tv week longer, he U
tt.ua enttbled to ret'n
OUR MAOdlK ALL THIS WEEK,
at the erd of which will be positively tbe termJoa
tlon of the fjongft Knaaflemrnt on Kecord to the
annalitf Wuhliigtoa Ibeetrioii lucowittst;
1b vreateit audlt-ncei tvtt aeeemblid la
Dili olty. aod we tuty Jaetly olatm for
them tbe dlitlnotlon of ludlrldnal
reepictablllty and dithlona-
blo effect, tiundftdd of
the tlrsl ladiet ol tie
olty pretent Ihow
Idk the narked
adrantafM
TIHS POPULAR AaV rA&IIIONAULK RkSORT
poseie ovr any Theatrleal eitablltthment aouth of
i nuaafituia, ana anqiKHioEPD orer any o
thu city: betide the atarStcck Company at
tachtd to thlt The itre li conceded by all
to be the falleitdrimitlooritanlii
tlon In Am trice, outalde of. Mew
York, wh will appear In oon
Junction wth the Star ol
the lranit every Dlght.
TIiU (Tuesday) Evening, Oct. 41,
ine rtorei urima cnitiicu toe
C, tie on or 'Hpndes.
KA1INKANEIID0BK..Bt40niE M1TCBKLL
Hew Soenery and Splendid Effectt
let I Oothlo Chamber In the 1'alace.
Aot.' Interior of a Silt Mine
Act 3. Paillioa in the Public nirdeua
Thle blev conibtnei many iDiete-tttor leeldentf,
and nutnerone elnjularly atiraotlre aoenio efT.ole
To Cone In Jet with tbe
WANDERING BOYS.
Jn'Sln "'
..UlMHaiffieMlebell
.MUit-inmaMl'Ohell
1'Kicr.a or adhissioni
Dree. Circle and Parqueru, so oeats, Oroha tie
Seats, ts eenu; rarallf Circle, 26 oente, Private
flosrs, tt
sKrfro extra charge for reserved leste
Door, open Quarter to 7, Curiam riles S
oetll
EllfE UltOCaCllIKl,.
FINK QKOCEKIKH,
. FINK GBOCKKIE8,
KINK UltOChKlKS,
AT AUCTION PP.ICE8,
AT AUCTION PHIChS,
AT AUCTION rnlCF.9
The balance of Ihs cargo of the
SCIIOONFK "AID,"
Con.ldlug of .very iW.arlptioa or
FINE
fa ii 1 1. r
UKOOhRIKS,
Will be for sale until the Schooner Is discharged.
' FAMILIES
la need ol a Wider Supply, at the
IUADK PRICE,
Can bs supplied by ths Pscksge.
FRED. B.COZr.NS,
Consignee, cor lltb etieet snd Penn ave
CAl'T iiurcuiNua,
Sohocuer "Aid," loolot llth etreet
ooll-dlltf
MA N II O O U
HOW LOdTI HOW HKSTORBU
Just fuoJuasJ, In a Sealtd gneWaps. VAs As lenls.
A I.KCIUUE ON HIE NATURK. TREAT.
ment, and Pratoal Cur of Spermatorrhoea, or Sem
loat weakneu.invoiuniarr rjniseions, oexuai i'e
tlllty, and Impediments to Marriage generally
Nervousness, Consumption, Epilepsy and Fits, Men
tal and Physical Incapacity, resulting Irom Sell
Abuse, Ao. ByKOBT.J.CULVSSWSI.I.,H U.,authM
Ot the Urtm Htrtc, AO
" A lloosa to Tnousaads or SanTerers,"
R.nt nSee ual. In a nlaln envelone.to anv addrtse.
txiel raid, on receipt of six oente. or two postage
SUBM.B Dr. CH. J.d. KMNlS,
tamps, by
aug 7 omlfdAw
PoatOnice Box.ltS.
.1.MBST CLASS HOARDING. HOUSE.
The undersigned begs leave to cMl Ibe attention kf
tne oiuzena ana iraviims .uiumiuuh ,u iu, a,wiu
be haslust openea lorme aooouunuuauua ui ivutiv
men and ladlee. with day or taole ODard .
The Heuse Is lurnUhed In splendid stylelarge
airy rooms, chambers, and parlors. The tsble will
be snimlied with ell the delloaoles of the aason No
pain, or expense shall be epared to give sallilacUou
T ..... I... .1.. I.n.uu altrlAf .Ilea
loan wuo may iiairuuua mo hv "
tlon to oedere that mey be glvfn lor J men, La , at
laallva an.) 1.1,1 1 Drill aaMrVaMltal
lloiue eligibly en oated on the oorner of Twentieth
and V it rei-ls veil, lately occupied ty Burijeon den
"SftSf" aKOBOKH.OWEM.
Formerly of tlnffalo, N, V,
Dr. FiBhblatt,
Of No. 4JII, rorner or KlKhtb and K eta ,
Oppodio the Otntril t'oit Office,
Cen be oonoultrd on IinKUMATIO AFFLO
TIONS, CONSUMPTION, MVKB UOM
PLAINTa, CHItONIO AFKKCllONH.aeweilu
all lieteeiof Imprudence, of whattyer character,
and which may bit declared mourable by other phy
ilolaoe lie tntrafte to make an Immedute our.
From hie lengthy practice In the ic.ei.oeol medl
olne,l.eUenatned toMTerhloiielf to the publlo ae
being theouly one iaWeihingionoapebleotailoril
log epeedy relief All caaee curable will be guarau
tied. la warrant- a cure without the ue of mer
cury or any other dao$roue mvdlolne Ktoentcaeea
cuted In two or three Ueye
N B IsetteieadtlrewedtoUr F . at hie office no,
481. corner ot Eighth aud K uteit.. opposite Geo.
era! Poet Otuoe, will rec.lve luuedlate aiU&tloo.
oot a yl
amusementST
GROVER'S THEATRE,
GROVER'S THEATRE,
Pewityiuanta iteenus, nr WWarda' HoUU
a-Tlie FaihtonatJlc Kesort.-
It K K M T K K
onus
Irish Hoy ami Yankee (J irl,
Ml-. W. T- Florouooi
IMCjraa W- J- IPlorouoo.
MU. AND SIU3. W. .1.
FLORENCE,
FLORENCE,
FLORE N-C E ,
The Florences,
The
Florences.
FOll SIX N1QH1S ONLY,
FOR SIX NIGHTS ONLY.
It belM liven ost that this Is the en If onorlnollr
affrrdtd to see
OUR YOUNG AMERICAN COUPLE
OUR YOUNG AMERICAN COUPLE
for at least twelrs months Ths manaifer. at the
aolloitatlo. of a la'ge number ol panose,
haspierailsd upon them to appesr
for lbs presiat brlf
KS.IlKWr.LI. ENOAOEMKNT,
FARF.WKLI, KNOAOEMKNT
Will sppesr this eimlaj, the favorite aclri,
Ulea -
SUSAN
SUSAN
DEN1N,
D E N I N.
Return of the m"t eminent fdw(rt,i In Amer
loa, the
GREAT KOPPITZ,
GREAT KOPPITZ
Miss Isabel Freeman,
Miss Julia Irving,
Misa Sophie (limlier.
Mm. fl. C. (Irrnion,
Mills Jenny De I.:uy,
Miss Ada AIimkI.,
Mi-i Minnie Mittirlc,
Miss Jennie Alunrk,
Mii l'loni v.
Miss Sally Marstnn,
Mi's l.izzle Oliver,
MIks Kngcula (;iinton:
Messrs. lTeri Rogers,
Chas. UarrOD, A. W. Fenno,
II. II. Wall, V. MaeJer,
W. Bokee. 1(, Mcltoisll,
J. Carroll, If. ClinorJ,
K. S. Tarr, U. 1. James,
Klvin Furreat. J. Cannoti.
A. T. Wells, ana
TWENTY EFFICIENT AUXILIAKItS,
This, Tuesday, Evening,
This, Tuesday, Evening,
Itevlval of tin
Oiealft IriJ SiHitntiitui Dkium of the Age,
by Dion llcurcleault, with
NKtV BfiKNKKV l,r MAr.DKlt,
NKW KKFKCra hv Midley and rilllip,
NRW COSIl'MBSbj Mrs. Coomba,
NK I'KOI'KHTIKS by T. lliown
AC , AC, AC , AC , AC ,
COLLEEN BAWN,
COLLEEN BAWN,
COLLEEN BAWN,
COLLEEN BAWN,
COLLEEN BAWN,
OR THE
Ilridts of Oarryourti.
It r lilts of Garryoirtn,
ttrldts of Garryotccit.
W J H.OKKNCK as .Miles Na Coppalteii
(With the snog or1 Cral.kttn I.awn ")
SUSAN DKNIX .
boriuKdiaitKit .
.Anne tliute
KllfO Conner.
(With the song," Pretty (llrl Milking Her Uow ")
lljnuy Menu... .
Ilsrres Crrgsn ....
FalherTom
lUn Kegels.
,, Mr Chas llairon.
Mr a Fioco.
. , Mr. t'.Muder.
Mr W B'kee.
.Mr II C1MU.I.
... Mr E H T.rr
Kyrle Ui'y
Ccrrlgsn
Ullano rreegn
Bany O Mcie .
Mrs. Cressn
.. MIM Julia Irvleg;
Shelah
...nr. m.v uerinuu
Mis. Ada Monk
Mi.. Mora Lee
Docle B!eunerliiaet..
Katbleen
Acr I
LIKE OF KII.I.ARNF.Y n MOONI.IUUT
Aor II
THE DhVlt'S WATF.lt CA K
ACT III
fcAII. ROOM IN CASILr. flll'IF
NIGH I IM) 1 1. K VOl lit. UGpin.ardOrohastre
fo oommruoi with Ihe aell b.iul piolesn com
enlstta. .niiile.l
THltlCB MAKKIBD. "
THRICK MAKltlBD.
(Uiarlatta Mm tV J t loreuoe
(A Btl Uatque Comuim-r, witli the udk of tlie
" Captain with hie Wnkkcrfl '
oeaora 1 erea Jreca aii i rioin.t-o
(A SpiaUh Uemeuii, wlh a eatd Tie Stul,"la
Matlrlltsna "i
M'Ue Le l'afre . . . Mm J Mornce
IVnm ohauteUM) d'oitra, with (lit. t haa Ouvt-tte
v "I,m .tux Hleitx '.
Vsiiuviat Vara le ere Mr- W J l-ioreiice
(Un Zouem d Atrljue 1
Ylfian Biiplt Mr W J r"l.remi
(An ttiubliloii uut r-t timnntil AriUl )
IMtlCKi OK AUUlHdlON
JVrlTkte lloaee.10, Drenn Circle, W oen'ri tihci
tra Chain, 76 oent-t family Circle, oeute, ColortJ
(iallery, 'U oeoU, Col-.n l I'arurre, ri wuu
Door oien at ? o'clock Comedy ootnnjei.oei at
So'oloe-. oot t
-KIINU OKOCICUIKH.
JINK OUUCKK1KU,
1'INh (UtOCKHUH,
PINK (IKiiCkHlKI,
AT AUCTION 1U1CI
at ait no riucis,
AT AUCIION rHlCVH
lb balance of the cargo ot the
8CliOOKK.t'AIll"
ConiUiliig ol cwry dtt.crli-tloo nl
F1NI.
TAMILS
(IKOCKItlKH,
Will te for lalo until the Kcliroucr li dlBLh.reid
I AMll.lt H
looted of a WiuUrSujply, at the
Tit AUK FHICr,
Can be tuiipiUd by the Package.
FflKD.S. COZLN3,
Coovlgoce, cor llth etreet and Penn. ave
OAPT IIUTCIIINUH.
Schooner "Aid," foot ol I lit. etreet
oo ll-dlltt
Tt AKIE
tilliNCIK. ATTKNMIO.V MJUNi.
.nUngtooom Weit Attention toveru
IvUKN wanting to oom W eit
meat Kmployre I WANTKD 10 KXClIANi.t
a pervanent illuatlon an clrrk In a urge .iiiunsu
mvnt d.lng btuIueiwfurlJi.vrriiLueDt,Mlisii-tu oy
cei are legally exrmptei from drait, during the uar,
i flt. .Louie, UiNjurl Fair e-ilary and oi purtuaity
to learn th) buelaettf lu whijh lr luriueeeate
1 bli eltuatlou will be given lo a eullabl i rreoa la
exchange tor a nl tuition lu mnw bntiifi livueelu
Waiblogton or employmeul ua lr ilim ramtnl
Addr-M. ol -n t P O Ho un,
co MO lw Ut Loul.,Mo
AMUSEMENTS.
GO TO THE OLYMPIC HAUH
QO TO THE OLYMPIC HALL!
QO TO THE OLYMPIC HALL!
nisiih attest sunt Lasstslaisst AeBme.
First appears.;, of the treat
sixi.zr.A.:N,xaa9st
(10 HKK
. THE WONDERFUL
XX-mxTJk.TSTX3M SB.
Pitst sproarsnee of
I- Ira spresrsnee of
U I. II U O K B ,
I A
(A- Urtat I tuinu.
First sppearSDO. of
M O N B . l U L A N F, T ,
With aa kereaaed fores to the
UALLKT TKOUPK.
VLMriO IIAU TIII ftWllT Al O'CLOCK
ojn:-5t
OL. YM1PIO
MUSIC HALL.
OLYMPIC
MUSIC HALL,
Cbmer tf A'infi ttnil aiiJ iouijiana Aitnue,
Near Paaa, Av. and (latkel (pare,
A HarJl-KOTAIIt-K BtlillO IIAI.L,
wbloh,ilcM Its opening, haa been atteodedwlih
IIXPRF.CKDKNTKD SUCCESS.
Th. managlmeot prcililog a
Light and Fleasiug Entertain
ment,
It I.I. OK
TUN, DASH. AND HUMOR,
, and tlnilured, withal, with
IJK1.IOIITFIII. HKNT1MENT.
Tllr Ural Alltel. Ill In. Ilt Appear Ue.se
I.AtlltA HFIINAHD,
l.tl HA IIFI: VAItli,
.11 I I 11.1)111 FUN'.
I.MJIA IIAIEl'M.K, AMfcLIA WELLS,
hui lll.i aiiL.i(Pn.
IvAlK I1A5II1.1UM,
HALI.Y "iINCLAIR
t.1711-: iiiuurHun.
JL'IIA NOIITON,
TOM VANCr.,
TOM VANUf,
WM
Wll
VANCK.
VANCIC
IIOI1 HI'll.Ut,
l.'UAItl.Ki HAIIIINFIl
LOW OAYLOBU
JIUUY CLARKK
UOB 1IAI.I.,
HAItltY THOMaON,
DICK PAIISONS,
WALI.AUF. BROTHERS,
hRANK FLUF.lt,
TOM MOKOAN
I.EONI PAS10MIMK TI10VPK
FRKNCII UALLKT TROUPE'
FULL r.llllOPIAN TROUPE!
CRAn COMPANY OP IHORISTERS !
sty Poor oprn at 7, comiueare al 7JU
j9 siiimWIon 3S anl 60 ("row
oot SO
Canterbury Hall,
Canterbury Hall,
.Uiulele.n.1. Avanae, uer KlilK Blraat.
In tlie renr ol the Sohonol Jlottt
ItiRKCTiQN IrfHve IViiLtHjlvaola afnue at
.Klxih or Fuur ao.l a balf aleet and go two
iqiiarfd norm l ivun-jivftnia avenue
we n tt t. Aor he out DOM
We gn e the 11 entertainment in Mihingtov.
U'K ll Mil'K OlK MoSrV IN WihHISGTON,
And tt te here ne will iif nd It
We Lave alweye given the liedt Glmwln the City,
buto me tbli wec-k.and sou will had
AM. l'RKVIOUS FFFOKTd ECMPSF.P
tiO Ntai PorformorSe
TEN NP.W STARS THIS WEEK
Fir at appearuncti of t'jo Qur?a of IVrpntcbartf.
Miss Kate Fennoyer,
Fresh from u snccwsfnl ennop;fment at Ihe
I'ront Street Theatre, Uiltlmore,
llarliiK ilanceil al that rstabllsbmtnt for Tin
Wttks to Crowded Hotisrs
Fl'tsiprSTaireot
ll'IXES JKNNIE AND EI.LA,
1 he Skipping Hope Uabseu es,
M'LLR LAURETTA,
MISS ULI.Ii: UKANUON,
The llcauUlol Dsnsutses
MON8 "SZOLI OSV,
And Maineat
HAVEL PANTOMIME
HAVCL PANTOMIME
ANU
BALI. HT Til 0 1' PE.
u.iiri, i:t th ori'R.i
V if At appearinte ot
PUOF. O. W. KIRBYE,
The brtt vcuitlle perfoimer In the world
Flret eprearance ol
FRANK KKAKKKif,
Fihlcplen Curaedlsn
tirtanpesiranoe ol
MASTKU GKORGE.
1'de World Winder.
Our Old Favorites.
Ccntiuued tucce ol Ihe beautiful
JULIA MORTIMER.!
She will appear every nlgbt this week In oew
BOOga.
Ue enKagemsul ol
AGNES S0UTHERLAN1),
TUP. 8COTTISII MIlIIIINOALi:
Uernaiaels fiiOlcUDt to (111 the Canlerhurr smr
blithl She Is loi nell knon H lo require a word
from e.
IMiHS. .Tulin. OliriHtine,
XtXlsassi Xm,u.ooass Xsoroy,
Ml "a KA'll. 11 A HUI 8 0 NT
1VI 11 o 1st zotta,
YVIII appear lu hew IHucre
IIOII HART aiHTLEU SIMMONS
Will opeu a Mew tluilset ot Kao.
UASTi:il JOHNNY ana WONS. SOI,
lo Di. lit, the great
GYPSY'S LAY,
Ur tbe beautiful
.1 U I. I A JIOH T IMEK
ANU
K A T i: T K N NOVKB.
Ihe K.irl I'anttniiiiieerlliled
DECHALAMEAU,
AudllieenllreCompsiiylDa
TREMENDOUS HILL.
COM!' AND hFi: OUK -NEW CtlUPANY
Itimemlrr, ih. I'ai tert'nry le Tl-lleJ hjr t.
HHBT UllUENS OK WAdniNOION
Poors open St. Performance. 1). o'oloos
a'lmlHelou, i oeuts Oroheetra Chure, so cnta
-1 HAI'kial (IIIAI'KSII
It
J II. WILSON, No. !rn rennsyleaiila seenus,
has Just reoeleed.hf eapre... lie nuesl lot of Ca
tiwta grapes ever brought to title uarset Uoiae
asil see Itieni. Open lor .ale Itils mjrnlog
oo 10 St
AUK.NILKUAN ANU W IKK, OR t0O
three genileiuen. will Unit pleasaet rurslsb.it
liOOUH anil UdAKU Apply at UI notta Unreel,
helwsea beoonit sail 1 hlrd oet

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