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Nixon's Thiatkc The beautiful and fsaclna
tin; Cubaa hut made m great hit In the performance
of the " French Spy " Her pantomtmle powen ore
of the highest order It w III be repeated tonight
Fannie Drown, Chanfrau, and the dramatic compa
ny, la the musical fcuriesque or " rocahontas "
GnorcR't Thiathi: Licim: Utsim is
"Fait Lvkne "To-night, wilt be repeated, for
the last time, the beautiful, thrilling flv c-act domes
tic drama, entitled " East Lynne, or the Ttope
ment " Those who hare not seen this play should
attend thla evening, and they will not repent It
We cannot as y more In ft or of "I ait L)nne"
than we have alreadj, and will here only admonish
our readert that the piece will not be repeated after
to-night Thoup who have ladles to attend should
secure their seats during the day.
Fono's Theatre Last night, large audience
assembled to witness the splendid play of the
"Chimney Corner' Mr. Couldock'a genius de
veloped at once the surpassing pit hot of the char
acter, and in e ted It with an Importance which
rendered It the leading feature of the piece MIis
Couldock, as Grace Fmor), made a decided hit
The plpce was welt acted throughout, at It waa pre
sented In Its mechanical details with ununual ex
cellence and rllVct It will he repeated to-nlht
To-morro nlirht, Mr Couldock' benefit
NixoVs Cremobne Gamuts 1 1 bus To
night, the unctuous and good-natured Dr Jamc I
Thayer la to receive a complimentary beneilt He
oilers a strong bill, nnd will doubtless hat e a t row d
ed house If merit can com mind n humpfr, the
Doctor ought to (111 the Cretnorne to repletion
Cavterbi nv Another full hou last ev enlng,
and the audience tilled with enthusiasm The fair
Julia Mortimer nnd Mr George R. I deion.ln the
great musical comedietta entitled "The Soldiers
Return," are Immense, and are received nlghtlv. b
the audience with ever) oidence of delight We
might mention other beautiful acts produced night
ly at this splendid temple of music and fun, but
suffice It to say that the entire jerformanee Is of
the most interesting and amusing character Me
understand that Annette Gilettl, the great female
danseuM1, Is engaged, And w ill shortly appeir at the
Chaplain We make no npoto.ry for allu
ding to these Important officer. Everv hoc pi
tal chaplain otmla to know the spiritual condi
tion of every pntlent who 1ms been n wet k or
more umltr his care. If we can but Impress
this Idea npon those In the sacred colling, we
shall feel amply reworded for our effort.
A case was reported to yutmlnv which
Illustrates our mennlnjr. A pious mother In
VewYork, amid prayers nnd tenrs, sent forth
her dartlne boy to battle for bis connttr. In
the second battle of Bull Run that boj received
hit death-wound. He was sent to one of onr
hospitals, where lie lav lingering for n long
time, with strong hopes of recovery. But the
fond mother at last received the sad Intelligence
that her boy was dying. Hie hastened from her
distant home to bla side, only to find that the
dear boy bad breathed his list. Friends ten
dered their sympathies, hut, nlas ! who enn
comfort In such on hour of desolation ? She
visited the chaplain, unxlou to learn the spir
itual condition of her son, und what vrcru bis
last words. But, to her bitter disappointment,
she looked In rain for this consolation. The
chaplain knew nothing about him, save tint he
was a sick soldier under hla charge. lie per
formed the service over the dead bmlj, for
which the Christian mother felt grateful. She
took leave of him, but before doing so dis
charged a duty toward the ehanlaln. He ex
pressed regrets that he did not know more of
ner son. tne expressed her sorrow at the omis
sion. " Good-bye, sir," said she, "and I hope
this event will strve ns a warning. Lit this sad
scene remind you of the solemn duty which be
longs to vour office that of learning the spirit
ual condition of jour patients, and pointing
the way to Hcuvcn."
Police Matters. A man calling himself
Paddy Miles was arrested on Tuesday, bv Offi
cer Sllnchcomh, of the First ward, forbdng
drunk and disorderly. Taken before Juitlcc
Drury and fined $3.
Maurice Connor was arrested on Tuesdav, by
Officer Wannell, of the Third ward, for assault
and batter. Taken before Justice Clayton nnd
ordered to give iccurlt) for court.
James 8ptaks was nrrcsted on Tuesday by
Officer Taylor, of the Third ward, for cruelty to
animals. Taken before Justice Thompson and
Thomas Creed was arrest ul on Tuesdav, bv
Officer Feirwlck, of the Fourth ward, for the
larceny of a horse. Token before JuMlceDonn
and held to bail In the sum or?JOO
Anthony Coates was arrested on Tuesdav, hv
Officer McCauley, of the Scv cnth w ard, for the
luricuy ui a pair oi suoes. taken Derore Jus
lice Strattoii and committed to Jill for court.
Thomas P. Jacks was arrested on Tuesdaj ,
by Officer VVeeden, of the Seventh ward, for the
larceny of a horse. Taken before Justice Strat
ton and ordered to give ball for his appearance
A Government Hohbf Stolen A man by
the name of J. Predmore, of the rlrstMlchlgan
cavalrv. was arrested bv Officer flllmon. nf !
beventh ward, yesterday, on the charge of!
stealing a horse. He left camp In the coun
try, and came to this eitv on Mond.iv, wlih the
horse in question, which he sold to Simticl
Gates, In this cltj, for $10 and o wntih valued I
at $10 more. The sale w as conducted, nnd bill
of sale made out, by n villain named f.eorgo
Prime, who accompanied Predmore to thU lty.
It was subsequently discovered that the horse I
belonged to the Hrst Michigan cavnlry, and
Predmore was arrested as a party to the sale,
while Prime, the greatest scoundrel, ns usml,
escaped. Predmore was examined by Justice I
Strattoo, and held for a further hearing. It
should be mentioned, in Justice to Predmore,
that the colonel of the regiment to which ho'
helongs, and scleral other officers, testify that '
he has always been an exemplary man nnd an t
obedient soldier, and thej think he was brought
into his present dlflicultv bv Prime, who firnt '
got Mm drunk and then induced him to consent
to the sale of his horse
MEETlttQ OF THE lJOARIi OF Pi BLIP SCHOOL
Trustees. This Board held Its regular monthly
meeting last Tuesday afternoon.
The reports of teachers, for the month of Oc
tober, were presented Complete, nnd the trean
urer presented the bills paid during the month,
which were approved.
Mr. Rhtes, from the lomuililee npoli.ud to
revise the rules and ngulatious for the gmcni
mentof the public schools nnd of the Board
of School Trustees, submitted a report; which
was received, ordered to bu printed, and in ide
the special order for the next meeting.
The bill providing for u superintendent t
puhlle Instruction was postponed until the next
regular meeting, and, there being no further
business I efore the Board, it adjourned
KiLuvt II eh Omtn Child. A tolorcd wo
man named Henrietta Commodore, about eigh
teen j ears of age, was arrested bj Qfllccr
Nlcbol, of the rourth wurd police. The girl
was a slav e of Mr. Torhert, who lit ea opposlto
the City Hall, until the passage or the Email
eipatlon Act, since which time shehasbten
living elsewhere. Yesterday, evidences of the
recent birth of a child were discovered In the
yard of Sir. Torbert, and the girl wus arrested
on suspicion of being the mother of a child,
and killing the same with her own hands. Ik
ing: very 111, the girl was required by Justice
Walter to give security In the sum of $dix mi
til she shall so far recover as to be able to hate
a trial on tbo charges against her,
Policb Change. Sergeant Cronln, who Jma
for Borne length of timebeen u member of the
detective polico force, has been re-assigned to
the command of the Seventh police precinct,
Fourth ward. He Is a good officer, and wo aru
glad to see him back In his old position, where ,
he has rendered such good sen Ice heretofore. I
DupiKK and Disorder! r. Eliza Jones and
Win. Stewart, two Individuals of color, were
arrested yesterday by Officers Monahun and
Garrett for being drunk and kicking up a ter
rible rumpus at their residence near Maryland I
avenne and D street. They were taken before
Justice 8 1 rat ton and lined $' W.
Promoted. Z. W. Bliss, Esq , of Massachu
setts, has been promoted from a $1,200 to a
$1,400 per annum clerkship In the Department !
f Ike Interior.
Shoulder Btraps are often seen In some
queer places In this city. Could the wives, and
other female relatives. of some of our military
officers, bnt sec their friends some time during
me "wee small nours" oi iuenignitineircneeKB
would burn witn sname. u tne 'Tropcr au
thorities1 'could know where onr officers spend
their nights, we Imagine some of these straps
would be taken from the shoulders which they
Last Tuesday night, a little after midnight,
mo patrol visitea me notorious nonse or ni
fame kept by Miss Miller. No. f07 11th street,
w here they found any quantity of the shoulder
strapped gentry. There were lieutenants and
ci mains enough to supply a reglmcut. Even
a 1 lent en ant-colon el of a certain Virginia rcgij
ment was found In one of the rooms. Ho was
ordered to report himself under arrest to the
Provost Marshal's office yesterday morning.
We forbear giving his name at present, bnt If
we catch him In such company again we shall
Da. James L.Tiiayers Behefit. To-night,
Dr. Thayer expects to be made the happy recip
ient of a well 'filled purse. A number of bis
menus, noth civil ana military, nave made up
ineir minus 10 evince towaras mm, in a bud
stantlal manner, their appreciation of his mer
its. He Is finite a voune man. and had. In his
setting out of his professional career, strong op
position to overcome. Persons who held ex
alted positions in the profession worked against
him, but with the Doctor, und his motto, ' Ex
celsior " they could not prevail. The press
took his part, the public sympathized with htm
and gave him their support i and now he com
mands a salary equal to that demanded by those
who consider themselves the shining lights of
I lie nrenn. ins en itb cement Here lias oeen n
cUclded sneers. Wo hope his benefit mny
Death, op a Bravx YotNO Solpieu Prl
rate Henry Sault, of company I, Fifth New
iufk loiumcers. uieu on me iiiii insi,. at icv
land Chapel hospital. In this cltj. He was a
nouie specimen oi a union voinnieer. lie was
n dutiful son, an obedient soldier and a genial
companion. He also displayed the highest
qualities of a hero on the field of battle was
In the celebrated battles before Richmond, and
received his fatal wonnd In the second engage
ment at Manassas. A fond mother and sister,
with a large circle of friends to mourn his loss.
Ma God bind up the broken hearts. Peace to
the warrior, who "sleeps his last sleep, and
fought bis last battle.'
Deaths of Soldiers. The following deaths
of soldiers hive occurred since our last Issue i
John C. Hampton, company B, 14th Ind.)
Edward Mi Cabo, compan) G,4UhPa t Hare
. I Damon, company F, 33d N. V.; Hare
I,eon Do Martlgua, company It, 2Mb Pa j
Lorenzo D. Divls, compmy A, IRth Maine
Oliver Hilton, company D, T9ih . .; Ju
diciary Sqnare hospital.
A New Material. We have seen a speci
men of a new kind of ore which was shown us
tv Mr. I . M. Hull, of the Treasury Department.
The material Is called Frankllnlte ore, which
U patented and can be used onlv bv Herrlnif A
Co , of N ew York. The ore Is obtained from a
mine In ew Jersey, and Is the resldnum after
uie removal oi me zinc irom mo oncinai ore
The material Is then left In a peculiar state,
which, when cast In proper form, cannot, be
drilled M am nrocess now known. It thn
becomes Invaluable for the construction of
burglar proof safes, Ac. It will work a vain
able reform In these articles.
Maryland Aenie now presents the same
nvti) appearance wnicn it uas at otner periods
during the war when our army has been In
front of Washington. Long trains of freight
cars in a be seen passing over Into Virginia
at all hours of the day and night, and trains
loaded with forage and other army supplies,
which extend half the length of the avenue, are
often left standing on the track.
II epa in the Bni doe. Somebody will fall
through the Tenth street bridge over the canal,
unless Immediate repairs are made on the same.
Seeralof the planks are loose, and one has
even been removed, leaving a hole large enough
fur a man to fall through. If heavy damages
will have to bo paid for some broken limb or
other injur to persons on this bridge, the press
of the city will not be to blame.
Arrested for Passing Counterfeit Monev.
On Tuesday night last, a young man, who gave
his name as . H. Washington, was arrested
for parsing a counterfeit five dollar note, on the
Western Bank of Philadelphia. He was taken
before Justice Walter, yesterday morning, for
examination, but he Informed the Justice as to
wnere negoi ine note, ana was mererore dis
charged. Examining 8 lug eons. The following ex
amining surgeons were appointed by the Com
missioner of Pensions jesterday, vizt Dr. S.
G. Harrington, at Lawrence, Kansas, Dr. J. W.
Kol inoou, at Topcka, Kansasi Dr, Alonzo Gar
celon, at I cwtston, Mc.j Dr. Phllo It Hoy, at
liadni, WU i Dr. W. E. Dickey, at CentrcWllc,
m. Boltu ei L, Commissioner of Internal
Keveuue. has not returned as yet. It lsbeliced
that he Is quite III at his residence In Grot on,
Attention, Apflicteti! Dr. Vellnj Is jet
engaged In tin extensive practice In this city,
diid we woold call the attention of the poor,
puny, emaciated victims of their own sins to
the I est sources of remedy. First, give up your
present course ofllfe at once and forever : and
stcoudl,call on the most skilful physicians, j
(una none are better man Dr. veiiny,) ana ne
cured of the disease which Is now undermin
ing the constitution and Bending jou to u pre
IUnmmj Kats. The following are the rates
at which imntcers ana nroKcrs are During ana
belling gold and slhertho legal tender notes
I eln thu standard!
Gold - - - JJ per c. prem, 3d per c. prem.
Silver - - - 20 " 2d "
Demand iiotci J4 2i "
Banks of issue in Washington and George
town: U rtihlttgton Georgetown
Bank of Metropolis. r armers und Mech's i
B ink of Washington. Bank.
Pitriotlc Bink. Bank of Commerce,
rami's X Mirth's IPnk.
1 ii f Be i j ion Bank redeems their notes In U.
S Treasury nous, when any amount from one i
dollar upwards Is presented.
Winieiii Hit Gailchv, Ul Penn av , nex i
door t(i Hit UlfKraph Office, continues to ttrt i
tlirLm0'fi o( Wfitorn to obtain taritdt vititet of thein
nlit tin lirlead, which nre not ruthfullj produced I
at thin iiine-honorrd and celebrated eifaOtlthmtnl
Lttrd Itkiafn of our distinguished KfMTftla and
others, logttlur with man) who time fallen lu i
linttli, etn 1 e obtained AUo, portraits In oil mid I
water colors OrtUrs for field Wews promntlj nt- I
tended to oet 17 Im I
Desihaiill In in a Hunaca (.ooos -Mr II A
11 ill hasjiut riulUNl a lot ofOttlurs' Long and
Light dull tiaUlied CoftU ; nlao, dull tit lihed Poo
choj, txtra Inrrfa ntzet nUo, n lot of I lue ngllth
I allium. tri lonjr. nt ft I U each t which he It selling
nt manuficturers' prices, at his IndU Rubber Ware
house, 310 Knnn)ltanift aivnui, between Ninth
and Tenth ntr ets oct 21 tf
Uomi or Apwce Thoae who hate been
doctoring for weeks and months without obtaining
relief, thuuld coiikult Dr Hthblatt. whose offlit is
at !so HI 1 street, corner of I- lentil itieet, nnd b
radii tlh cured TwenU-ilte jutrs cxperlemelia
c tnt tWied i)r liahblatt'a reputation as nphjsl
lm lucent CHae cured in a (ew das Charges i
mcdtmtu UH FISllllLAl'I,
No 421 itreet, corner of FJghth,
Oj posite the General l'uit OfBce
MUJIT AN1 IleAJllSO UllEAbE OI THE Til BOAT
We reier our n ultra, pirtU-uLarl) those aitWted
with nn) of the fttu tualadlis, to the card of Dr
on Moi!iilk(r, the well known European CXu
list and VuriMt. w huso nucceMi in the restoration of
sight to the blind and ileailng to the Dent, han in- ,
deed hi en cr treat and numerous Vliotv who'
are nltilitcd with an malaJ) of the throat, as
catarilmlallntlon, bhould lo4 no time toaialli
themfrlic of hi skill In the treatimnt of such
liiHlndlm Dr Ms rooms are JTT 1 ennsUintiln
avenui upjNJMlto WUlarda' mi2 3t
Inom Huduch Cuom The place to buy jour
HL I111LH LOA I S LV COINS, LA Mi' DLANKl 1 ,
JIAI LC KS, UAmSAl-Ks, Hiid eierr article
innde from INDIA RUIIBLU, is at II A JIALL'd
India Itubber Warehouse, where ou tun oltaln
tlu mat uianuftKturers' prices, 310 l'ennn) Mania
& enue, between Ninth and Tenth streets o. si
Wiuhlnirton. D. C. Nor. 11. 1802.
Mr. Editor t f observe, In your Issue of
Monday, that " complaints are raauo wiui re
ference to the management of Casparls hospl
tal," nnd that It Is sold the patients ore "poor
I have been constantly engaged In Casparls
hospital from the time when the cry first pa
tient was admitted to the present hour, and
during the whole time, I have had under my
care and management the greater proportion of
the patients, and I do assert most positively
that we have done tho very best with what the
uovtrniMnz nas ptrnitfxa us, lor me gooti or
our paticnist ana, in aaauion to tnis, tue isaics
and others In the neighborhood have been un
tiring In their "labora of love" having nude
almost dally visits, with material aid. In the
shape of delicacies and appropriate articles of
iuuu ivi mo Biin, nun iini v, u tnuu nojij ivu-
dercd essential service. They have been as-
Bianons in mcir attention ana acts or benevo
lence, and tho report that the patients are
poorly j ett" is laise.
For the truth of what I say. I refer to Messrs.
Casparls and Kellogg to Mrs. HHz, and other
ladles and gentlemen who dally Walt this hos
pital. Lewis Heard,
Acting Assistant Surgeon, U S. A.
The Information upon which the Hem above
alluded to was founded was obtained from pa
tients In the hospitals. Wo had further charges
to make against this hospital In regard to its
officers, but have learned that some of Its In
competent officers have been removed. We ore
glad to learn that further reforms aro In pro
gress. It Is proper to add that these complaints
had no reference to Dr. Heard.
Personal. Brig. Gen. Hays, U. S. A.; Lt.
Yoorhees and wife, U. S. A.t Miss Borden and
8. S. Hartwell, X. J.t J. C. Orr, Va. D. E.
Fowler, Ala.t S. M. Hlldrcth and wife, D. C;
C. L. Farnum, Mlch.j J. A. Strickland, N. Y.j
Jno. Hopley and U in. Dunn, Ohloj O. II. P.
Conovcr, Pa., und J. G. Webster, X. T., aro at
Senator Chandler. Mich ; C. C. Balle) and
daughter, Boston, Mass., are at the National.
Gens. Arthur, Wadsworth, Anger, and Plea
sonton, and Governor Morgan, of New York,
ore ot Wlllard'.
Prince IVupote ou Agalutt luterre ulloit.
From the Opinion atlona1e Prince Nitpoleon's
organ,) Octolxr l
The honorable memlcrof the House of Com
mons (Mr. LIndsa, M. P., at Chertsey) de
clares na a convincing argument that unless
Europe Intervenes and recognizes tho Southern
States, the terrible war which desolates Ame
rica will not finish In Usa than n quarter of a
century, while the recognition of the Confed
erate States wonld Immediately cause the sword
to drop from the bauds of the North.
In company with Sir Cornwall Lewis and the
majorltv of the Cabinet, we refuse to believe In
the possibility of such a miracle, t urope cm
tint drttinr nlitut ninro irlltirmt n ri!-nrt Inlnr.
inntlnn An.1 itt.n u 111 .Inrn In ,.Mni.n
such a policy to the European Powers 1 Whit
Cabinet would dare to launch Its country uiwn
such n war ? tt hat Government w onld dare to
take from the Treasury of the nation the enor
mous sums which would be nbsorlwd In an en
terprise of this nature?
W e deplore the want of cotton In Fngland t
we deplore the cruel blow which the bloody
quarrel of the North and South has given to the
industry and commerce of Furope we deplore,
above nil, the streams of blood which the Ame
rican war has caused to flow up to the present,
and which will doubtless continue to flow. But
we are not the constables and guardians of a
universal peice, nor the avengers of all wrongs
Who, beside. Is culpable the North or the
South f The dealers In cotton are Instinctively
inclined to give the right to the separatists.
We lean, on the contrary, to the side of the
Federals. But, whatever opinion ma) be ex
pressed upon tho constitutional question, our
sympathies are for the a)o11tlonlsts against the
slaveholders, aud w e see, In the maintenance of
the Union, the true Interests of France.
Besides this, the European Got ernments
would be powerless to render back to America
the peace aud prosperltv which she Ins lost,
because the painful oc currcnccs w hlch are
taking plice on the other side of the Atlantic
have u profound and fundamental cause which
Is bevond our reach. -
This Is not an ordlnar) war; It U not, prop
erly speaking, even a (Utl war. It Is a social
war, a frightful tearing up, coming from on
Institution which Is no longer In harmon) with
the Ideas, tendencies or necessities of modern
civilization. The remed) for such an evil is
not to be found In foreign intervention.
From the New lork Times
INTFRESTINO FROM POUT ROYAL.
Abatement of the ellov Prrr Bilious
Fevers aud U) Mtiterr Pre vulllnfrS pec
ulation as to the Vrxt Commaniter of
the Department, &e.
Pout ltoYAi,, 8. C ,
Wednesday, Not. fi, 1802.
The United States steamer Rhodo Island Btops
hereonhema) North nurd, aud Itakeadvan-
tace of the few momenta before the closing of
the malls to write a few lines Indeed there 1b
not sufficient occurring here at present to form
the substance of a long letter.
The weather here since m) last has been ery
fivorablo to tualth. Only one or two more
cattc-a of jellow fever hate made their appear
ance. Onr feirs on that Bcorehatc abated, and
we all breathe freer, on Imlng narrow 1) lb
tiped a er) dreadful epidemic. Although
Yellow Jack hns shrunk before the vigorous
blastB of a bracing north and northeasterly
wind, still bilious and congestive fevers are
common, aud with regiments placed lu partic
ular!) unhealthy localities the cases are numer
ous. The Scunt) -sixth und Ninety-seventh
Peuus)hanla regiments have both Buffered bc
erch, the Nlnet) -seventh hnvlng over 200 on
the sick list from fcrcr and dysentcr).
This strange visitation of an epidemic has
made a wonderful change. In the short space of
a week a change so sudden und bo complete
ttiat It la scarce realized Tho sudden removal
of Generat Mltchel, of Colonel Drown, of Cap
tain Warflcld, of Cuptaln Williams, and seve
ral others, all prominent ofllccrs, has changed
the course of events hero materially. Specula
tion Is rife as to who will be our nevt com
mander. Many names are mentioned, but none
more fretpicntl), I have noticed, than that of
Major ficneral vrUht. General Wright was
here with ficneral Sherman, and he seems to
hive then won tho confidence and love of all
the soldier) here, so much bo that Wright's
name Is almost sure to bu the one mentioned
when afeked whom they would like to sec lu
command here It Is to be hoped that the Gov
ernment will send nniiicrgUlcuml capable iinn
here one who wlllnccomplishsoinethlug. E
ldcutl),thls and other places ulong the toast,
but more especially this place, will bo the scene
of active oj (erntlous during thu winter, nnd
while the army of thu Potomac remains Inac
tive In winter quarters.
The rebels had a healthy dread of Mltchel, as
Ib manifested In the late Southern paperB re
ceived, wherein tho people of Savannah and
Charleston are exhorted, In the most strenuous
iciwo, iu mutvo iivij j'lijiuiuiiiMj mr ui'iuucu, i
as they must expect soon an attack from Mlt-
die, who will not remain Ion ' Inactive. Gen.
Branuau, at present temporarily In command
of the pot, Issues the following general order,
as a mark of respect to the memory of Gen.
Mltchel nnd the other officers who were with
htm, victims to the fatal fever.
I am happ) to be able to btate that Gen.
Mltchel' two boub, and Capt. J. J. Dwell,
(luartcrm aster at this bout, who have been suf
fering from the fever, are now reported out of
danger and near recover). Sill's division encamped at T)ree Springs,
Heaoq'tkks DrpAHTMENToHTiitSoLTH, I tw enty-three miles this side of Nashville, on
Hilton Head, Port Ro)al, S t., I Wednesday night, and other Federal divisions
Nov ember 5 1WIJ were following. Sill's division could make tho
Genekal Online No 60 It Is tho' painful march to Nashville In time to be there pretty
duty or the commanding genernl to announce carl on Tuyi lf Informed on W'ednesda)
to tho Tenth Army ( orps the diceoso of their !lI8ht that U,ere a8 Heredity for their prea
lnte companions iu arms i enee. .
Col Nathunlil W. lirown, Third regiment
Rhode Itduud artillery, (t hlef of nrtnit-rv.v nn I Rev. Morgun Dlx. of tit. hull's C impel, u sou
tho bOth of Odol cr, lhb,
capt. L a. vvaniciu, commlsHury or hubbUt- Trinity e-uureu io uio ucctorsiup oi irmit),
ence, (depot commUsur), port Ro)al,) on the I made vacant by tho death of Dr. Uerrlan.
28!!!.rHtlr'hu,iHh!- v it i t fr r .i i Acting Volunteer Lieut. J alou bus beeu or
Capt. J. C, Williams, A. I) ( . (-talf of tho ' i i r.t. i i-oui..., ..i.... A..t..nniai.
late Major Gen. Mltchel,) on the !), of O.i ,
XV ho have fallin vkthns to the ipidemle pre
i nllltiic ninnmriit iih.
Col, Brown, since his comuiuml of the Third
Rhodu Island artllttrj. has. by his military
ability aud excellent discipline, brought that
regiment to a state of efflclmey, rendering It
equal, )crhapB. to any In the corps.
Capt. L. A. Warn" eld was h faithful and effi
cient staff officer, and his great business capaci
ty rendered him peculiarly fitted for the Position
he held with such credit to himself, and service
to the Government.
ttapt. J. C. U llllams, A. I). C, served as
lieutenant aud ald-do-camp on the staff of Gen.
Mltchel, during bis entire campaign In the
West, and though but a vonng man, had al
ready distinguished himself as a gallant and
efficient officer, nnd was much beloved by his
companions for his many good qualities of heart
In the death of these officers the Government
loses three faithful and devoted servants) the
army, some of its most efficient staff officers t
and while wo who aro left to mourn the death
of those who, In life, were our esteemed com-
fan!ons, let us look back on their many excel
cnt qualities, and hopo that, In our lots, they
have gained. By order of
ung. urn. j. ai urannan.
Lous J. Lambert, Assistant Adj't Gen.
From the .New York Times.
There Is no Peace.
John Yan Bnrcn Is out again, babbling of
peace, l ne same notion is ouscurciy noaung in
sundry brains. The late canvass tended to unset
tie the old Ideas on the subject. People hear
ing the word so often and a very pleasant
word, too almost Insensibly to themselres get
to fancy that there might be something In It.
Of course, there la a sense In which we are
all peace men. Nobody would think of Pro
longing this war for an Instant for Its own
take. War Is alwayB frightful we all know
lt. Christian civilization has advanced, but
war BtUl remains essentially barbarous the
same appalling scourgo It ever has been.
Boast as we ma, war Is not humanized, and
cannot be. An nuclent battlo-fleld and a
modern battle-field differ only In the Instru
ments of slaughter. Bebriacum and Antletam
are In all material respects the same. The
ancient Tacitus, who pictured the " plain still
covered with bodies gashed and mangled, with
broken limbs, and men and horses lu one pro
miscuous carnage, clotted goro, and filth and
putrefaction the whole a dreary waste, the
devastation of nature shocking to humanity,"
wonld have to dip his pencil In tho same fear
ful colon, were he alive, to portray an Ameri
can battle-field now. Of course, we all lament
that such things should be. And when the
lime comes for them to be ended, we shall
make every temple resound with thanksgiving.
and the cry canopy above us ring with Jubi
lation. But wherefore talk of this now T As
well Pratt lo of thu golden age. Peace Is not
our present lot, nor can 1h. Though, perhaps,
not six months distant, It Is yet, so far ns re
lates to all tho practical concerns of to-day, as
remote ns tho mlllcnlum. Our present busi
ness Is war, and nothing else. It Is necessity
as Inexorable ns fate
' Peace." wrote Napolcou. from tho heart of
German), to his brother Joseph, who wanted
peace, 'is a word that means nothing. It Is
tllC COmhttuM of fICf that OTO all,
t Prr fought AuatcrllU, and then not until
Jtn was peace n possibility. Ho mode It,
because J'C dictated It. tt e can have no peace
that we do not dictate or rather have not al
ready dictated for the articles were prescribed
ana proclaimed long ago, in iaci, aiine nasn
of the first gun against the ossallantr of Sum
ter. These articles of peace are the ni'lcles of
the Constitution of the United States o. Ame
rica, made and confirmed in convention ly the
unanimous consent of tho States present, tbo
seventeenth da v of September In thu v ear of our
Lord 1787, aud accredited by tho signature of
George W oshlngtou, President. Pence Is but
a word. It Is the conditions of peace that ore
all. And these are the only conditions noth
ing more, nothing less. Our Austcrlltz Is jet
to come that shall secure them.
In other vvurs there may be negotiations,
even while tho war rages. In this, none. lu
our list war with England, both belligerents
had peace commissioners at Ghent before the
struggle was half out. There can be nothing
of the kind In this conflict with rebellion. Par
leying is Impossible t for the only language
onr Government can use, 1b unconditional de
maud, and the only language It can listen to,
Is unconditional submission. Government Is
tho executor of law j and law does not nego
tlate, It presides j lt does not compromise, it
fmntshes. The officer of the law does not go
uto a conference with a burglar or a murderer;
nor can we, any more, do bo with traitors. To
compound with rebels Is to sacrifice the authori
ty of law, without which law Is nothing. The
Gov ernment has no alternative but to go straight
on to the end In tho vindication of Its au
thority. If we ure to attach any meaning to this
loose talk about peace, there Is but one thing
It can signify and that 1b treaton. In strict
logic, It fnevitabl) comes to that. Opposition
to the war against rebellion la essentially no
better than rebellion Itself. It should nerer
be for a moment forgotten that this war 1b not
an Administration war, like that with England
in 1813, or with Mexico In 184fl a war In which
simply the International rights and Interests of
the Republic are concerned, and which might
be opposed without disloyalty, under some dif
ferent views of thoso rights and Interests. It
Is strictly a Government war, which Govern
ment wages for Its Ufej and, therefore, a war
not to be opposed without enmity to the Gov
ernment w hlch meant treason. In other wars,
the President and two-thirds of tho Senate may,
at any time, make peace. In this war, neither
the Executive branch, nor the Legislative
branch, nor the Judicial branch, nor all com
bined, have the slightest power to release the
people of tho Confederate State from thelrobll
gatlons to the National Constitution, which Is
declared to be "the supreme law of the land.'
TIicbo departments of tho government are all
sworn to protect and defend that "supreme
law." Congress and the President have sim
ply discharged the obligations of their oath In
raising and sending armies with which to
put down resistance to the Constitution.
That Instrument leaves Us guardians no al
ternative. It Imposes an oath, to break which
is perjury before high Heaven. Thus does It
constantly take security In advance for Its own
perpetuation. To oppose the war, thcu. Is to
oppose the Constitution which necessitates the
war; and, In strict justice, should put the man
who docs it into the category of traitors.
The word peace docs not belong to tho da).
It Bhould bo tabooed, and not uttered again un
til one of two occasions, cither when the Gov
ernment regains Its power, or when it yields Kb
life either at Its feet, or over Its crave.
Eielttmcut lu Nashville Comlltlou of
The Louisville Journal has the following
news from N ashv lllc, up to tho 4th Instant i
A distinguished gentleman who arrived hero
to-day from Nashville, destined up tho river on
ofilclal business, states that ho left Nashville on
Tuesday about noon, and that there wob great
excitement there ut that time, that the citizens
w ould not at any hour be surprised at the arrival
of a flag of trueu demanding the surrender of
On Monday General John C. Hrecklnriebe
wbb at Murfrecsboro1 with, say, twenty thou
sand men, Inclusive of Forrest's four thousand.
Cheatham's corps of probably fifteen thousand
was then arrlvlnir at Murfrecsboro bv railroad
from Chattanooga as fust as tho lolling Btock of
the road could trunjKrt them. Tho combined
iuiivo ui tntinniwugu uuu VlieuillBlu WOUIU Ou
not far from thlrtj-llvo thousand. General Joo
jonnsion, in me iuicbi dates, was at Knoxvlllc,
and would take the chief command at Murfrces
boro, having been appointed to supersede
Bragg. The understanding was that on attack
upou Nashville wonld be made on Wednesday
or Thursda), unless General Neglcy should
be reinforced, or reinforcements Bhould be
known to be within striking distance.
rtosnviue w as powcriuiiy fort meet, ana lien-
eral Negley had about sixteen thousaud men,
of Geu. Dlx, has been chosen by the vestry of
"" :c. jiuUb0I! totle steamer Commb-
doio Monys, und Acting Volunteer Burgcou
iWLiiy io ine Dranuyvwue.
The Hum Goveknok. Clovernor Seymour
earned this title ly his veto of the Prohibitory
bill when Governor of New York.
- How aifcltDlROTrv1ftB&,''XMliEaTTr''
A letter Baytt t u . t
Certainly good news does not travel fast In
Italy, The telegraph wire being broken be
tween Spctthi and Vorlgnano, a messenger was
uispatcnoa, wun a specay norsc, to announce
the amnesty to Garibaldi. When he reached
Yarlrnano the General was sleeping.
"What Is H?" said he, as he awoke about
midnight, and heard an unsuat noise of talking
around him. "WhatUltt"
"The amnesty has come."
"Oh," said he. drowsily) and turning round
on his side, ho fell to sleep again.
Water Is now Introduced Into San Francisco,
through an aqueduct extending to Lako Honda,
a distance of some thlrtv-two miles. Through
this flue, which Is sixteen by thirty Inches in
Us dimensions, water flows at the rate of three
millions of gallons a day,
M Samuel W'oolf. one of the rmssemrers on
board the Gladiator, which was captured on tho
Mississippi, by guerillas, some weeks since, has
returned to St. Louis, having made a trip to
Little Rock, Arkansas. His return trip cost
him the snug little sum of $150. Ills parole
manes mm a very ciosc-mouinca oou.
The sloop-of-war Pawnee arrived at tlio Phil
adelphia navy yard from Port Royat on Mon
On the morning of the 12th Inst., of CI ironic
Croup, Harry Morris, son of George J. and
5!ary E. Suter, nged 1 year, 1 month and 1
Tho friends of the family aro Invited to at
tcud the funeral on Thursday afternoon, at 3
o'clock, from the residence of his parents, No.
470 O street, between Fifth aud Sixth streets.
Department or State,
Washington, Nov, 11, lhOJ,
Releases from the draft on tho ground of
alienage have tccn allowed In tbo following
y,ame. II lure drafted.
Thomas Llovd - - Lancaster ro., Penn'a.
Charles McCnxscu - do do
George Hartnagcl - do do
William Wadsworth Lucerne co., do
Johann Michael Bcrbrg Adams county do
JobnSchaffcr - - Columbia co. do
Thomas Flttlgan - Mercer count) do
Phillip Schumpf - Venango co. do
Applications for releases In tho following
cases have been dcnlcdt
Michael Cain -Patrick
Department or Statb,
Washington, January 35, 1803.
Tho Secretary of State will Jiereafter receive
members of Congress on business on Saturdays,
commencing with Saturday, the first of next
WILLIAM II. SEWARD.
S3-H(lSTntRS STOMACH BITTlHS
Success is the ,(prev alent cradle" of Innumerable
humbugs Io sooner had
HOSThTTlK'S STOMACH BITT1 RS
made their mark In the world, than up sprang a
host of Imitations, and as the fame of the great res
torative grew and spread, the pestiferous crop of
poisonous mockeries thickened But the trucmed
lclne has ih ed thm down One b) one they ha e
disappeared When thelllowa of putter), which
kept allv e the feeble fire of their borrowed reputa
tion ceased to blow, they ceased to live, and thus
the) continue to come and go Meanwhile,
the great protective and remedial tonic of the age
have progressed lu jwpularlt) with eachsuceedlng
) ear Their success as a means of prev entlng and
curing the diseases resulting from malaria, un
wholesome water and all unheslth) cllm&tio Influ
ences, haslteen boundlesiiand as a remed) ford)s
pepaU, liver complaint, fever and ague, general
weakness and debility, and all complaints originat
ing In Indigestion, the) are now admitted to be su
perior to nn) other preparation ever advertised or
prescribed From the home market, to which a
few ) ears ago the) were confined, their ssle has
been extended Into ever) State In this Union, over
the wholeof South and Central America, Mexico, the
est Indies, the Sandwich Inlands, Australia, China
aiidJapsii Home and foreign testimony continue
to show that
HOST TTHl'S BITTFHS
are the most remarkable tonic and Invlgorant now
before the world
prfpahfd and sold m
HOVry.TTLR h SMITH, PITTSBURG
SOLD IH ALL DRUGGISTS AND
nov 13 It
ICJ- A Mecttuir of (he "Wastilugtou Hcleu-
titlc Asioclatlon'rwlllbeheIdon fRll)A VFN
ING, at 7), o clock, (Nov . Mth,) at the house of Dr.
Duhamel, corner of Sev enth and I streeti
JOHN A FOWLF,
nov 13 Seeretar) Executive Committee
the bulit le tfOQ the ever-changing ocean of politics
Moral grandeur u 111 v et ov ereome the corruptions
and follies of the ballot-box The success of the
streets Is not the tent of au after-vote In Congress
Here the whole public sentiment Is moat likely to
be regarded Let the com in unit) read the recent
letter of tin undersigned to the President, urging
the Immediate andtotal abolition of slaver). It
ma) be had aralltnt most of the book-stores on
Seventh, between Dam) F streets
nov 13tt Counsellor at Law.
"rANTKD. A large room for storage, (ground
M floor or basement,) In tho vlclnltj ofPenn
jlianla avenue, from Fifth to Twelfth streets
Ad lress "Unionist thisotlUe no 12 dtf
WTANTI Db ladles, oneortwofurnlihed rooms
yy adapted lor boarding themselves Address
T. L M , Post Onlce, or Republican Office lther
In thecit) or Georgetown, near the city cars
nov 12 3t
l)OMS AND CAMP GRF.ASE WANTJD The
for nnv oi
ubHcribers Mill nay the highest market price
for an) quantit) of lioucs and Lamp Grease, dellv-
ered at their mill, foot of 11 street
oU 31 col m
MOHUAN h. RIIINHIART.
"WA.NTKD At the New ork Lmplo)ment
Agenc) Office, No 611 Mnth street, near
11 nnj h anla av cnue, 1 VV NTV-V I VI. (2ft) White
nnd Colored GIRLS, with good references, as Cooks,
Lhnmbtrmnld, InundreHses, Waitresses, Nurses,
nnd NoamstreMPii AUo, voung Colored Men, to
wnlt on tut lew In Private Families or Hotels Also
wanted, lioum s Immedlatel) , with or without fur
niture mplo)ers In want of good help,uill find
it to their na antage to call
ma)!M-tf N II MILLFlt
"V"ANTEI. For a gentleman and hUwire, a
Doul le Parlor, with first-class furniture nnd
board I rice not so muih h consideration at a ntct
the bent elt) rcfiremo fclven and required Ad-
dr h "Btnker," at the City Post OUlce
"VTORIOLIv OiSltRS Just received per Ex
JA iress Ciime earl) to the Central Hotel lie
tauritnt.suulhwciit corner of Penns)lvanla avenue
aud Sixth ktrut, (not the bAiment ) Hotel en
trance on Sixth atreet
II D GtLSTON,
nov 13 Jt Proprietor Central Hotel
VPPLISt APPLMII ArPLMMl
I- It e hundred barrel choice Rochester Apple,
of dltterint varieties Just rccrivtd and for ne
In lou io null i urchiicr
Com m I m Ion Merchant,
urncr of Seventh and L) streets
nov j 3t Star
XTAW AG! NT'S OH-ICI,
1 Waililngtuu, Nov t nil tr a, Xtiiii
PROPOSALS will be reielved at this office until
Sftturdfi), the 16th iiitftnnt, nt J o eloek p m , for
bix hundred (buu) tons No I Thomas Pig Iron, or
Iroiiori)uallty eiiually suitable
lu Irtdellurcd at the Wavlilnton Navy ard,
free of cost to the Gove rnment for fielght or trans
mil IS- P IIHOWN, Navy Agent,
mi KOClEXWmi) miilimr. ti,. i.r.i
torntr Itniisjlvanla avenue and s?enth street
liAVingprHcuwu in me bouinneHriy sixteen years,
ho f t U asuurid that he can glv e satisfaction to any
HI in ajiaj vim.
Teeth Inserted on ulcnlte, Rubber, or Go
Plate Chloroform udminUtered when desired
aug 1 tf
"TVmir IfBW TIIKATIIK,
Tenth utrtet, above J Win 'a avenue,
JOHN T. FORD . . Proprietor and Manager
(Also of Holll lav Street Theatre, Baltimore f
HUMPHREY II LAND . . Acting Manager
UNBOUND! D APPROBATION
CROWD D AUDMNCF
On the artlstlo acting of
Mil. C.W. COULDOCK
and his accomplished daughter
-V S A C O V L D 0 C Kt
WHICH MAS CRFATFD SUCH A SFNSATION
lt will be repeated this evening
WITH TIIK SAMF. CAST OK CHARACTFRS,
And all Its splendid secner).
THIS THUnSDAT RYKXIXa, Xo, 13A,
THE URl'AT DRAMA
That Is creating a sensation far exceeding
that produced by "lanchonthe
Cricket," entitled the
Peter Problti Mr. COULDOCK
Grace merj, Miss COULDOCK
All the star company In the cast
To concludo with
A M K HRY FAR V E,
In Hhlch Mr. BISHOP appears
BEXKF1T OF Mlt. COVMWCK.
PRICJS OF ADMISSION
Dress Circle and Parquet te, 60 centij Orchestra
Seats, 73 cental I-smll) Circle, 23 cents) Colored
rsrirrrr, Ducrnis) iTitnie uoxrs, p
Doors ojen at 6' o'clock) performance common'
ces at 7 o'clock. nov 13
iVnna avtnHe, tiear M'tUard' Hotel.
LEONARD (lliOVEK Manager.
TIUS THURSDAY EVEXISO, .Vw. 13A,
Sixteenth appearance, of the
OUNO, ADLE AND CHARMING ACTR SS, Ml..
h V C I h h K WESTERN,
Acknowledged bj the press and put llcunlversall)
to t the
MObt rAUhTLD AbU I E US ATM. ACTIlt vv
That has apiieared In this clt , since the departure
of Miss Charlotte Cushman
will be repeated, for
TIIM NIOIIT ONL,
The leautirul,1hrllling,l heart-touching domestic
drima, in five acts, entitled
E A S T L Y N N E ;
EAST LYNN E
T It K K I. O V H.VE X T,
LUCILLE UFSTEKN.aj ..f '"I1
Sir Fr.DCti Letlaon . Mr I P. Barrett
Atchtt till Curl) le . Mr. Lharlei llnrron
Mr. Ilitre MlMlliirlotteCriinipton
Mm Lome) . Mr. Cerinon
Act 1 A Mt.terloui Murder.
Atr 3. The t lopcmeot.
ACT S MldnlRht lot Alton of I tit L) one.
Act 4 The Murderer Dlicoi ered
Act 6 The farewell until Iternlt)
1IFXEFIT OF I.VV1U.H WFSTFIIX.
THICLS OF ADMISSION
Drew Circle, CO cent.) OrcheitM Chain, 15 centat
Family Circle, S5 cental Colored Gallery, 20 cental
Colored Tarterre, 60 centat rrlvate Boxea, $8.
Seata ma) lie aecured durlnR the day without
Doori ohcn at 02. o'clock) lierformauco com
menccaatlt.. nor 13
1 UAIIDEN CIRClm,
i'tnnaIiianlii uvenne and htvtnth street.
Two perrormaucca Afternoon and Micht,
ThU TlmrMlny Night, Noi 11, ISO i,
Clown. Compllmentar) Benctlt
1)11. JA.MKS I.. TIIA1KII
Prepared to recelt u hla frlcuda
THE FIELD OF THE OI.OTlt OF GOLD.
Prof HALLIR'S SCIFNTIFIC HOSDJHSI
FREE BALLOON ASCFNSIONI
IATON STONF'S DARING RIDINOt
AU the Compan) 1
Dr. THAI I R'S OF! FR OF ,85
TO THE MAh WHO CAS KWL Till. MILES.
RFMEMBI R TIIF
CI OWN"! BFNIFIT
OI THE HEW
or the new
or the new
GEORGETOWN FEMALt SlMINARY 1
MISS IIARAOV Ell'S
A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
151 Etr Street.
The duties of this Institution will ha rpuiittiorinti
the bth of September. Circulars raaj be obtained
at the principal book-stores In Washington, or hv
addressing the principal,
nugw- A instill ii .1 IIAIUUM J- 11
CIRCLE INS ITuTt,
FOIL OUNO I.AUlKy.
No, 01 K Street, Nlak the Cihill
TERMS, per Quarter of ten weeks Uuattrr
commencing at the date of admission i
Llementary Classes in t nglish - - $C oo
Auvnncru t,miiri in ngiisu uiermure
nan scicDce inciuueu . . v w
Llementary Classes In t ngllih, French, and
Music -.-... I 00
Advanced Classes In iigllh, French and
Music ......... is ot
txrt charge for Spanish, German, Italian, Latin,
nnd other Languages
Dr Z APPONK will irtv o Lectures, and otherwise
assist, whenev er he can spare time from his medi
ow - ia A.Arruni, rnnclpal.
IAIRVIEW BOARDINQ SCHOOL,
NORRISTOWN. PPNNA .
YOUNG MEXAXJ) I10YX.
Hosrd and Tuition, $110 ptr term, of ten months
Pupils admitted at an) time
Henry Janney, 318 pt nnsv Iv anla nv enue
Dr l)son, Drupglst, Ninth and L strtets
John Hauxhurst. fuiir.itnii.)i.iiMir BiroMt. nniip p
street south. '
Joshua Newbold. Quartermaster's Department,
Alewndrla, Mrglnla '
unmur a ni vvuuuu,
W ashlngton, D I , Nuv 1.', Itfri
t0ULL ro fA-PlLfti
Notice Is hereby given to nil ptrsonsiu arrears
for taxes, whether gas, upt-Uni or annual tax, that
unless the same Is paid at tliUoiflie twfore the 1st
daj of January next, the proptrt) on which the tiiv
Isdue wl)ltlunle advertised and sold as the Ihw
directs Those who wish to in old thu heavy ex
pense of advertising will please pA within the
AiUscountof 6(.r ttnt will be allow el un Ii r
the law, during the month of NowmUr After
Nnwmber theie will be no nbitinienl
UM DIXON, Cullttlnr
nov I 3tawJw
I w"iuvw luiporieu Havana segars, tomprlsing the
00,000 Imported Havana SegArs, tomprlsiiig the
u ., nsnuiM nun-runt
lOIl IlENT DtalrMliK rurnlMliid rixtina. (with
X 1 oard,) pUasantlv located lu Georgetown, near
the city cars To permanent tenant, terms mode-
rmv- sipyijr m idi west sireei, near iugn street
Georgetown nov 10 If
imXOirS IVABIIIHOTON TIIKATnE,
Cor. 0 anil Kltvtnth til., ntar l'mn. oiranf .
UNFQUIN OCAL SUCCFS9.
Crfftled bjr the production of the
TH O GREAT Pit CIS OF TIIK SEASON,
Received on their first representation with house
CROWDFDFROM TIT TO DOMF,
Hundreds being turned awa unable to ilnd
Attracted bj the world-wide and Imperishable fame
The beautiful Ccrus In the
The fascinating Fannie Brovtn In tho musical ,
In these great roUt, wherein their acknowledge!
genius baa excited the enthusiastic
approbation of our
OLD! ST THEATRE GOFRS
1 he Intensity of their personations thrilmko the
BEHOLDER to the V ERV SOUL.
1th such artistes as
CIIANFRAU, A. H. DAVENroilT.
A, W. FENNO,
And the best dramatic compan v In Washington
THIS (THURSDAY) EVENINO, Nov. 13,
The same piece will be repeated for the
LAST TIME BUT ONF.
X3T TO-MORROW, BENEFIT OF CUBA8.
Doors open at 1 to commence at ?K precisely.
Seats mav be secured from 10 to 3 o'clock, by up
pi) Ing at the box olUce. nov 13
LOU III AM A AVEDUE, HEAR SIXTH ST.
A'K Y BILL t xmr BILL !
XV IT AND UKAUTY.
This Is the recognized
STANDARD PLACE OF AMUSEMENT.
SllLKSH Is emblazoned on our Banners I
There is no such wofd as FAIL with us
First appearance of
GEORGE h. EBESOX,
The talent (m1 Pantomlmlst, Comedian and totulo
Unabated success of the established fav orlte.
JITI6S JULIA MOltTIXEIt.
To-night she will appear in New Songs,
THU GIPSY'S LA 't
And as Liz let te. In the Farce of the SOLDH R'S
The Scottish Nightingale,
HISS AGXES SOUTHEhLAXl).
The beautiful Queen of Terpsichore,
MISS KATE rEXXOYEIl.
First appearance of the pretty Danseuse.
MISS FL OJIEXCX It I VERS,
T1I12 COtHT OF 1IEAUTV.
MHle Uzxetta, Miss Florence Rivers,
Miss LUlle llrandon, Miss Lauretta,
Miss Jennie Allen, Miss 1 Ua
The most ersatlle Performer living
If you want to Laugh, just come and see the Fun
n) Nigs. DOB HART and LVW SIMMONS.
in their aide-split ting Drolleries
THE GIPSY'S LAY,
By Misses M0RT1M R and PFNNQY R
W lllle y mmerson, J Sylras Clarke,
Master Johnnj. Mom Sol,
IN A NFW DILL.
Performance to conclude with the laughable Farce
THE SOLDIER'S RETURN.
George R. Kdeson as ... Naif
Miss Julia Mortimer as . . .. , Llziette
eVLL DRAMATIC COMPAN
Doors open at 6t performance,?1; o'clock
Admission, S3 cents ( Orchestra Chairs, 60 cent.
BV XV. l XVAM. &, CO, Auctloueers.
PFRFMPTORl AUCTION SALF OF QRO
CKRIFS,fcC THURSDAY MORNINO, November
Uth. at 10 o'clock, we will sell, In front or our
Auction Rooms, to cloie rnnidrnmrnti. nnmltfir
of lots of Groceries, for cash, embracing
unrrna iriiuw nun nrniicu DUgar
Tierces Cincinnati Hams and Beef
Boxes Starch, Vermicelli and Maccaronl
Boxes Chewing Tobacco and Segars
Cases assorted Preserves and Pickles
Boxes Lemons and Barrels Beans and Pork
Boxes Blacking and Brushes, Barrels Nuts
Cases Aromatic Bitters
Cases Lemon and Raspberry Sirup
Barrels Mrup and Vinegar, Barrels Herring
And a quantity of Small Stores.
W, L. WALL At CO,
no 11 td Auctioneers
SALK OF CONDKMNKD 8TORBS.-WI!
be sold at Public Auction, on THURSDAY,
i'i , ickm, commencing nt iu O'CIOCK A m , HI
store-house between Kami I'ltrMtintmr oo, M Int
of HORb AND MULE HARNESS and other
(luartermaster Stores, condemned as unfit for uutK
Terms cash, In Gov ernment funds.
B) order f J.. DANA,
lapiain & a (i JM
CONCERT OF SACHKD MUSIC The Societies
of St. Mncent de Paul reioectfulU annnunco
tliat their annual concert of Sacreif Music for the
relief ofthepoorof this citv.andof the sick and
wounded In the hospitals, will be giv en at Odd J-allows'
Hall, Seventh street, on
HumUy evculug, lOtli lustaut.
Having secured the best Amateur Musical tali nt
of tho District for this occasion, with the most cm
ilent Orchestra, they will present to their patrons
the richest programme, of the season tncou raged
by tho liberal patronage bestowed upon their for
mer eflorts, they promise that the expectations or
the nubile will be fully realized
I he whole Concert will be arranged and conduct
d by Madame Cecelia Young Kretschmar, under
the direction of Professor George elix Benkeit.
llckets (io centsj children 23 cents,) may bo had
at the principal Hotels, Music and Book Stores or
this cit), and at Dr, Kldwell's Drug More, George
town Doors opt n at 7 o'clock ( Concert to commence at
6 llckets of admission 60 centsi children half
price. noy ij tt
200,000 Domestlo Segars, consisting of Seed an I
Seed and Havana oft ho best quality, put up In
most desirable stjles, for sale at unusuallv low
no W OSTHFIM BROTHFRS
500 doz Hermetically Sealed Goods, consisting of
Iruit. Jellies, Meats, Vegetables, Pickles, &(. ,
Just received And for sale at New zork market
SOLDIERS' ItLLlLi AWO( 1A I lo
Ottlce, No 375 I- street, cor Thirteenth
Communication to be addressed to
J V. HATHA WAV,
oct 10 tf Loik box ua, Washington, 6 C ,
"VTOW IS 1H1
1IMETOBUV VOUR CLOTH-
L. A Bl ALL ft. CO,
No 301 Seventh street,
between 1 bt K
sep 2o 3 m
1,'aPlLlAL ATTFNTION IS CALLFD TO OUR
U new stock of Fall and Inter Clothing, Gents
Furnishing Goods, Hats, and taps
L A 111 ALL 4. CO,
se 34 3iu Clothiers, No set Seventh street.
1XIS&OLUTION OF I'ARTM HSIIIP Tho to
J partnership, turetofore existing under the
name and st) le of Strauss, Uflenhelmer 4t Co , hit
thUdaj betn dUnoUid bv mutUHl consent I he
business of the late tlrm will I e settled I j Isaac t
J L UHaNHFlMHt,
WAbMINUTiiN, No 11, 1UCJ no 13 3t
CTRAVJ D swi) troui No sua, Ighth streit, ou
kj the mornlmr of the Uth Instant, turn i mi -.
line a white buttalo, with red sputst had a rid mli
atuut tliree weeks old vi it h her Ihoothir a brlu
die cow, four v ears old, with huruu, n red talf with
white fciHjts, at out ten da) s old with liei A liliu
ral reward will be paid for their return to the aLov o ,
address, or Tor Information of their whereabouts
nov li-3t NELSON V00RUEE9.