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Fimt Grand Benefit, at Jond's Fashionable
Tm cat be, ofthe highly successful and finished (tr
ior, Mr. C, W. Louldock,who, during hiscngAge
me nt In this cltr, has made the most favorable im
pression on All Ihf admirers of elegant acting. The
splendid play of the " Chimney Corner " Mr. Coul
dock In hit great character of Peter Pro! Ity, and
Min Couldock as Grace Imery will lo repeated
to-night Mr Bishop, Hie excellent comedian, will
Appear In the force To-morrow r renin, a gre a
Saturday night's Mil
Caovem's Theatre Benefit or Lucille
Weitfrh Thli evening, the celebrated French
drams, " Vlctorlne, or, 1 11 Sleep On It," a pen
satlonal play of the richest order, will be produced.
The performance will conclude with a Devilish
Good Joke "
Nixon's W AsiuwoTOf Theatre. Thla cvcnln,
Cubas takea lie r flnt lncflt at thla theatre, offer
ing the ier Attractive pieces ofthe " French p) "
and M PoCAhontas " Wchope that the house will
be crow det, for the Unfjidairt Is a very deserving I
CARTERnVHV -Grand Celebration of the Anntw , '
rj, of U, Opening Ont jear ABoto-nkht, the tan-
terbury first threw open Its doors to the public,
under the popular management of Messrs George
Perch al a. to , through whose energetic enorta It
now stands a monument to lndustr) and perscver
nnre. And Wars the well-merltrd reputatl in of le-
Ing, notonl) a first-class trtnple or amusement, but
the Ust-coiuluetnl music hall in America The .
nrstcir of its existence has N ii signally succen.
ftii (in it Btnfe lma aiiuesrrti mnn of the mmt
Hlcnted artistes which tho world can produce, i
resprttvbleKentknienlaoiir nuniaunlt), both In
mllltar) Amlchlllire The nmnnjttrs hae deter-
mlLd uiK n cetcltrattnir. In nn appropriate manner
the n..i uinWersarv of Its owulnr. tu-ulKUti and
the programme, which la atwn;s nnnttractheonrt
will be unusually so on this occasion. Misses Kate
rinnojer, Julia Mortimer, Agnes outhcrlmd, LI
irtte, llrandon. Lauretta, AlUn, La Prtltc Llla,
Mous tiullosy, Messrs Geo R. Kdemin, llobert
Hart, LewU Simmons, Willis rmstrong, Willie
I mmeraon, and a host or other talent will appear,
In new acts, new melodies, new ballets, fcc , form
lug, altogether, a moat magnltUcnt ent4 rtatnment
As the commodious temple will undoubted!) be
crowded on this occasion, It will 1e advisable for
those desiring good seats to Attend earl) The
doors will be opened at ti o'clmk
NlXOS'S tHEMORtE GARDEN CiRCIS The
majrnlflceat spectacle of the ' Held of the Cloth of
Gold " w 111 be again presented to-night Pr Thay
er will enlhen the arena by his merry conversa
tions; Faton stone will ride his great dashana)
scene) Master Johnny will leap the hurdlctf Miss
Lh Ira and Miss Carroll will grace the rlnjr, nud all
the popular members ofthe tremorne will nppesr
In dlt ersined performances Prof Mailer w 111 also
iiintrtbute his scientific experiments There will
be an extra entertainment for ltd lea andrhlMren'
this Afternoon I
anrl vmvtsukfliifl rnt Prtsi rt ann t t sit rviil In ilin
boundary and then out bcvenlh street to the I
oounuary ana on oiuer routes, ior tne purj'osg
of giving the road a thorough inspection. They
rnnnA errthlnir in irood order. ihoni?h the
trixtAr will tiainfalli- Y.a n Ittlto vniwrl. f,. n futr-
,Uti l.nt with n1n( tt wilt ftfw.nu.nr n,wlh '
All liartlcs concerned In the bulldinir of the i
fulness KlthwhlclllhetaskliasbccU perfnrmid.
The Inst rail wis laid on the road five d.js be
lore tne expiration o. mo lime rcqu.mi n; llie
jrt nf CnnL'ns.
The rnnil Is now ron.lihte In nil Its brnncl.es.
except the finishing of some of thcswltclus
und turnouts. Jt Is expected that cerj brindi
ofthe road will be In operation, but as a sulll.
eney of stock has not been rot, onl) ti Ilmlud
number of cars will have- to suffice the i.ul.lk .
for a fnvdajs. Tho boull. Seventh filnct nnd
the. Fourteenth Street branches will not besnp-i
pi ad with care In. fore : Monday.
It Is tho Intention of the company to run on
In: to 12 o'clock nt night, nnd to put cars on
thedincrentroutcsns follows! FromllUlistrett,
lieorgttown, to the Biltlmorc depot, uT, cars 1 1
Vnw 'si.l ti Us ri.nl I. af1nAl nr.,1 ll.onin In V
Itiwt nmwin.r hr, ..miiifr,.,. ini.iApMi-t
1C cars ; from Uaitliuoredcimt up Pennnhanla '
in vs Vnrt. n. .,... rt vn..t4.Ai.ti. cfP..t.,.it i,.
... .v . .t.vsiuv . ui..v........tnuut .-
a.... .lumia nt A..tA ..i. n,.t -tn ... . i i
uui.nuuI.D U.I.MUV. n 111 1 c ll.ll nui vu.liini I
with smnllcrcnrsforthcbouadnry, IS cars i nnd i
from the Baltimore depot Ij way or Sel.nth I
street to steamtioat wharf, 1U tnrs.
At present, nil transfers are made nt the cur
nerof Seieuth street nud tho A.cnue one of
The Cotke Miuket. It Is hlirii time tint
this unsightly structure were replaced b. a re
spectable looking edlflcc. more appropriate for
me purpose nnu snitniue to tne locniny. A
proposition has been pending for some time In
the City Councils, which appropriates (15,0Uel
for the inctlon of a building to connect the
two brick bulldlnm at Hijhth street. Ibis
measure was. naennue.y posiponeu uiine.isi
uoou u cur vuuiuiuiuK u. .. -ni-, ri., "- " ...... j. ., .- . r,.,,.!- Mf the Institution nnd that too before ' rise lo tne uangcrous tnsu. eo a ureal nnu
President, Director Morchcad, Mr. W. Wnrlon, Kate, to repr.sent them in the convention to ,,' ,ci" XT the Xr K If "he I successful battle, where the unprecedented
superintendent, nnd seernl Invited cvtst., I meet on Mond evenlne,embLrlTtl.,lS(!3: " ' .n'erc' VrVtcnlton. o VruliluVnc... It number ..f 8,000 ha10 f llcn, Is -passed over b,
among whom vi e noticed Mr. Bnrtktt. of Ohio, , Messrs. Jno. if. Sessford. Edwanl Crampion, '' ' ' "' JfVtmnSiut i liifati "u. Ik". Mm In silence, hllo the day after that fearful
and Col. Painter, of Philadelphia, left the conn r I -Inii. Ma.ldov, .Ineoh Coddlnsrton and I.. W. oti.nt In le-i(.oti mimir.ntii iniaiiwu. u j.,,, ,,0 si01 r llie ,cl0CB hv
of Fifteenth street and Pennsylvania an nuc. Dorsey. vamnlni' uii. In n dcccltlul olllclnl lileyram. n
dfferentpolm, of transfer will be- cslnblshe 1, , nf f , l , ,, '""""' ',' ? """ '' ,0"r '""" "'" '" an tusasen.cnt where mj few (5) weak rc'l
ilii.AtSevemhslrictforinssenirersKoliuto! ,',,,,,,, ,',, n.rer!?.ncT the eUdenee the-MIobIiil-will '" 'uiriml nior0 (som0 klllc(1 n'"1
ho Park or steamboat wharf, corner of Ntw , Ull. ,,, cpltol to f... tv. handed as so,.,, . , . 7 "5 "" Z" lfi of MnT ( i, W!"de. " wounded) than llie l.'.OOO men of .. French .11-
.orknunue and Hatcnth street rorpassen.'er. .,,,., " I e f und on pane 10or Mnj. l,.n. Hcwl silep ,uloll ,,1C1, . 1W., lt ,, for lis (,'encral u
on the Fourteenth street Hue, and at the corner ' suioni wnrld.wlrlo f;.mo n. tho tlctor of Alontebcllo
enftiun ui inu common councils. 11 ini nan (ajut none ore Uttter than ur. Vellny.l and lie ',h,n lint im nniiMirmi in im 1 1 n n nimu llllt ' tmuon lowarn mcuoucii ior me uisasiers oi
done In con-equence of a determination on the turedof.ho disease which Is no underroln- "" a fXV .K Hull Ituu.
part of the citj tjo eminent to erect an entire , lui; the constitution and sending jou to a pre- Jj, ,'! , !,', ",!, ,j ;!- Zl) I This action of den. McClellan has hut one
"e HhJTJi -0f ll' " ,".e I utu" r "c I wZrt?. i douor,hat rilad ? I T yaUclin hUtory, ids incarcerating Blone, one
Ing, which, if the desiirn were fully carried I UaMvIxo Uatls. The following are the rates
out. wouldpresentastructurcwhlchuouldhcanf nt which huuke-rsnnd hrokers are hu)in and
honor and an ornament oca to this city of selling gold and slher the legal tender notes
maijrnllicent distances. We hope the Councils ' betnj the standard!
will take measure ut once to Inaugurate ii J(u)lnj? Selling
mocmenthlch shall take away the wretched- f.old - - - U"J per c. rrem. aj per c. prem.
looking piles of shanties promiscuously strewn blher - - - -0 " 2d "
around the market space, and replace them h) Demand notes J4 ' 28 "
the elegant and convenient hulldln which the I Hanks of Issue In Washington and deorge
deslirns, ahou alluded to eall for. 1 town:
- - I Washington fiiorgftown
A Riot near the Xavi Vaud. On Wcdnes- Htnk of Metropolis Farmers and .Mech's
da) evening, alout half past six o clock, quite B uk of Wushlngtun. Bank.
u serious riot occurred on Pennsylvania at euue, Tat riot Ic II ink. Hank of Commerce,
near the ay Yard. A dl III cult occurred he- Farm's tt Merclfs B'nk.
tween some of the soldiers at Odd Fellows'
Hall und the Engineer brigade, on the nlcht Tiie Hi llion IIank redeems their notes iu L.
previous, which was renewed on Wednesday S. Treasury notes, when any amount from one
night, In which brick-bats, clubs, knUes und j dollar upwards Is presented.
ceu piseois were ireciy unui. Ajioniou oi the
hospital men were surrounded, hut fought their
way out and escaped to the hospital, where a
guard w as procured, hut on going to the si i ne
or Ihe tumult the assailants hud tied. The I..I
lowlug ure those who were wounded.
Charles Zissell. 05th New York. In the head:
W in. Still M. th!d pw VnrL.. In tho hnrtd nnd n
HIi rp lilt IK mm lint nminr lln nml .Tnpr.li 1 frill
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8Sth l'a., twice In the hip. None of them were I
seriously wounded, and the shot were removed I
ut tne Hospital.
Discuahols. tor a few ueeka past the
number of discharges granted to disabled ht
dlers at the medical director's olllec Iiub aver
aged one hundred per du. The rurlouh
granted during the same lime, hacaeraged
nhniit MPentv.nvo Dor dnv. Trtilv linn It t.ii...
imld that disease, produced L the liurdshhsl
mid prhations of camp life, will reduce, an
army more iuuu ut;iuui iuuuhd uu un- iiiiwm
llelds of battle. I uin Informed, however, that
the ubotersteof dlbchurges and furlough hue
been material!) reduced within the pud fiw
SEtzcns op Brahs. The Government de
tectives, under Col. Baker, seized two barrel
of old brass at Mike Murjih)' fchant), In
Georgetovv 11, jesterday morning. The barrels
contained emltc u number of brass scales, m orn
on the shoulders b) Koldlcrs. Bruss is u com
modity very much In demand In Washington,
aud as there aru a lew modest Individuals about
our olllco who are thort of a suppl), we hope
tho confiscated "proicrt) will be distributed
uiuoug the need).
lui'iiovE". First street, between (. und I),
has been Improved. A subterranean sevver, of
Hutlicleut size to carry oil any uutlelputediiuun
tityof water. Las been constructed, und the
surface paved In a substantial manner.
I 4 C. inwn Hi. At on finrtv lintir mIm
tieoutcncrs cmpioyeaai ixn
house were ectltnff ready to
I work, n quarrel ensued between James Acton
nna unnsiopner uownycr, uuc nicy were soon
parted. Inn few minutes they began to quar
rel again, and Roblayer, drawing a knife, cut
Acton In the fleshy part of the ann. Acton
immediately started off and took rcfujro in one
of the tenia of tho 15th New York regiment.
Ilclng closely nraned by Bohlnyer, vv ho proba
bly would hare killed him had It not been for
an older brother or BohlaTcr's, who Interfered
,ind kept him oft" with a loaded musket, Boh
layir has not, as yet, been arrested, but the po
ll( o are after him, and he will soon be arrested.
Acton was conveyed to the Odd Fellows' Hall
hospital, where his wouud was properly dressed
h) one of the surgeons In attendance.
I)ionicitLT Coidlct tx the Centre Mar
ket. Yesterday two men named John Coleman
and John R. F)les were arretted by Officer Je
rome Taylor, taken leforo Justice Thompson
nnd charged with fighting in tho market house.
According to the evidence both theso combat
ants made uo of very abusive nnd Indecent
language In the market house, for which the
Justlco lined, them $ each. Fyles, whose eye
was terribly bruised, charged uoicmanwitii as
saultlng and beating htm ( but the witnesses
iur tne ucivuw nob uviiik lrcitin, tumium ncu-
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$ f ,, MotQ tlio J.tIeo on
m 1 t
A rnwEXTATiov. A pleasing affair came off, i
at tho engine hone of tho Franklin Fire Com-
panv,nt their meeting, held on Tnesdnj even-
L,.U. ri, M.nnnn un. rra1iii..iriiii n
fp7endtdlv-bound nnd Illustrated hlstorv of tho I
ilitcmla Engene, Company No. 1, ofpMla , Pa.
ti.i- ,. n.ir i. nna nr irrn('iniorMt in dromon
nn,i contains the hlstorj of the Hlbcrnln for
the lnt hundred )cars. The company was also
pnsentetl with a splendid steel cngrivlng of
rT-l'nsldcnt Harrison, cased In a spltndld
frnme. The picture wns presented to the com-
tmni bv Mrs. S. . Stewart, of this clt.
CAiTtnis of a RonnER Last Wednesday1
night, Officer Boss nrrestedaman who gave'
his name as Edward Carncr upon a charge of I
robbing the store of Duvall A Bro., merchant
tailors, of between $1,200 and $1,500 worth or
fine casslmerea nnd vesting last Sunday night. ,
Yestcrdnv morning, an examination took place
before before Justice Clork.
Tho evidence was of snch a character os to
convict the nccused, nnd he was fully commit-,
ted for court.
i , I
Captihe of a Bridoe Burner. Patrick I
tlieOrongo nnd Alexandria rollrond, wa.ar- , , , lramull'"1
rented bv order of Col. Koblnson, rrovoM Slar- I In U'O Emiinypiar of tlio Utli nt., uiear
thal of "Ocn. Slrel'i conn, and tent tolhla city, I cd a complaint ofthe flooring on Tintli jtrcit
on the icrlom charee of lulne one of the party I orldgc, with an n.pmlon upon tho condition
which put olutructlon. on tho railroad track, of the Smlthnonlan (.-roundi. , ,
ontheoicaslonwhen, aaitllltc recollected, nl , To do Justice tothc Commln oncrof Public
unml trnln vm cantnrcd tiv the rebels nearblt
oou tram ivai capturcu oy me reoen, nenriii.
re-.dcnic. lie .. coratn.t.c to tne utd wPl.
oy tne Llty (.oitnci 1 to orjranue Jl ire uepart- . naicd Ith brick nnd In my opinion. ,
Iwityi. I!rvitEDECIstos. All Ihedcel.
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nu" arc to lc printed In circular form for the
comtuleueeof correspondence. Man) ofthese
r.- ldiriili lilu-iili Tmi'iniii nt nn 1 Irl l
called for, from distant part, oflliei
-"J- . y .rt-a, .h, prime., a,,..
"rf '"'" "r cl nntlnn.
home have nlreaih Uin printed and '
1 l.lorr.. lr All. 11. II. lowell nnd Jas.
Hlnckstoni.whoare supjioscd to be rtbel sol.
6S;' M.'S ..rf
il.l. ,T.l . ..illr
uier., win. urn... nj u.o imni .uur.uu.oi
levjinlrln. and sent lo thl
Tbti wtrt committed to tnko lodclues
ihs.lc shades of Ihe Old t'npltol, where tiny
nnvii uic pnvu;o oi iiayinrni inrou?.. iron
A HiciiiM Inteuehtimi Emciitaimcnt
Kimenibtr Prof. ArmeV trrent memory cvhlbl.
Hon tnlw jlitn by young ladles nnd gents of
W nMilniton , also nillslcal cntcrtalnnient for
Ihe al.l of the IlUtrlrt jolunteers, on Mond l)
.ii.MilmM, l.in.ai Hiiiar. ilaii.nl.lojiock,
Mcsrs. rSvkcs. Lhidwlck A. Co. having, will,
their mini liberality, tendered the use of this
W oMintFi i I'assloj; alone Hueiith Mnfl,
' ,"t -nl"T. two jounj? men were walking Just
ijeioru u. npparcini) nnrralinir l" each oilier
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uu Jin 1 1 uvu vi a ui uif ii tt . tjuci us u u Hrrnt-u
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"V1'0 ;;'!r,ol"c ",r uur nlc?, ""' "f
! I1",r ' Ilia; e done ointtlilnic IcmI.
dill 111 II llH III fore I have Hot take
l,ov. lloutwell, or Massachusetts, lias returned,
an 1 w as j esurd i) nctlvtl. eneu.-ed In the- lln-1
portan. and laborious duties of hi. office.
, ,. .
iFPUtTEO1 Dr. Vellnj Is jtt
xtensUo practko In this city,
all the attention of the. poor,
Hl.tlms of their own sins to
? irA1" gZr2.Z !
i un, tmnelaled
the best sources c
present course ofllfo at once and foroert and
secondly, call oil the most sklirnl pliy.lclans,
tiiTLtll t tjeiLCHi, 43i IVun n , nex
tloortollic ltle(iiii)i oilicc, tuntlnutd tOHllrut
llinuiLi uf liltuu ui olitiilm arre t (. of them
hi lt in I trh uUtt, w hUh are iu truthfully lirixliiLtd
nt Hi Id timlntnuud and ittrUroltd rttubttthmtnl
t hi 1 llkciit nf uur (lUtluffulnhed Kintrnh and
in r ium mi r wiiu in nil) who lime much hi
mii l ( ill tNlutii Alio, ntirtraltt In oil mm
w ' r
Ioih (irtiemior lit M ilem prouiiith Ht-
oit n i m
Drsiiieiii Imu iaimi.ii tnums Mr II A
Hill I. iJut n til id a hit uf oilKtrV i un? and
I itrlit ilnil hnUiii tl CudU i aUo, Uull UnUI.eil l'un
liod, e xir i larxe bUi nt aimu, i tot uf Muu 1 ukIUIi
lalm ik, li rj 1 mtf, ut wlUi u.),; uhkli In 1 Hilling
ut luiiiuf lelliiirs'i Ha n.iitl.UIinlm UuliLt-r Ware
lioux , J1U riiin)h untrt it, nine, twtwrin Ninth
utiU lentlmtrit U ml .1 tf
Aii.KE Iluue wlio Imve I ren
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J. 'v', f,lM"''!(m'1 il.rmr of
t k fiint moutlm without obtnlnlng
UJiiiiitii. tvuiiae ijuul" u
J-Uli tli Ktrftt.aiKl l
ul Jwniti-IHu f it exj t liuiu- ha
ir l1l blaft reputniloii H4 aih)sl
t im urttt in h lew das tlmrgei
I rut I lUlu I
t'i ri iiiuiia i ,
l.l 1 ntHft,eornerof J-lghtli,
ojn oltc th General Post unite
Moil T AND III AHINl-)l sr Ot THE 111 HI! AT
Vp nfii our letlt-i (Mrlkultrl) thobe illittd
w HJi u 1 1 Hi nitou iiinlidlfH, to tlic enrd ot l)r
nu Vloilulr.ki 1 Hii iwil ki.ortn f uropemi Ch 11- I
lUt 'ml ViiilHt wI.om KiuLimi mi In iidtoratloitol l
Mf;. t to tin JIMmt iinl llcrtrhtK' lotlie Inf, Iihh In-I
ih-i nm i r jrri it mid liumerouH I lione wlio
aru iitlllLiut uttli mi) iiiaIaiJ it Uu itnnit is
cAtmrhtl ittedlon, .umlil loce ju time to ai ill
ttienw lve ol Id- skill In tin trerttnnni nf mii
mill 11- lr M rooms ait -il 1 1 inn.)lvHii(
a f Lui o utile 111 ircln' 1 o vj-ji
India Iteiiutii Cattm TJie plce to uuj l(ur
HLIilll IlLOMS, Lfl.CjINS, CAMP I1LA SKI Is,
1IAJ LOCKS HAVLHACKs, and urn nrUi U
nmd fiom INDIA I IL' 11X11 R Is at II A HAI I h
IihII 1 itubiH-r Unrehouse, wlnrn jou can nbttlu
tlicnint tiiftnuficturers' prices, 310 PeunsjlvaiiiH
tiiiiue,lHucen Ninth and Tenth streets oi. Si
Fouck Mattehs. John Franklin was ar
rested on Wednesday, by Offleerritrlchcomb.of
the First ward, for using threats of violence.
Taken beforo Justice Drury, nnd liound over to
keep the peace.
Ben. 'Williams was arrested on Wednesday,
hv nfflccr Clements, of tho First ward, for lar
ceny. Taken before Justlco Drury, and com- (
muted to jail tor court.
Thomas Shaw woa arrested on Wednesday
by Officer Brewer, of tho Third ward for larce
ny. Taken beforo Justlco Thompson, nnd com
mitted to jail for court.
I,. 8. Chapman was arrested on Wednesday,
by Ofllcer Taylor, ofthe Third ward, for oh
structlngtho railroad. Taken before Justice
Thompson, and fined $5X0) which he paid and
Mary Ann llllams was arrested on Wednes
day, by Offlcer Donn, of tho Fourth word, for
assault and battery. Taken licforo Justice
Donn, and ordered to give ball for court.
Titer Brodlgan nnd John McFaddcn were ar
rested on Wednesday, by Ofllccrs SluiomU iiinJ
Walllngsford, ofthe Fifth ward, Tor larceny.
Taken before Justlco Ferguson, nnd commit
ted to Jail for court.
Arueitof a Tmrr. On Wcdnesdiy night
last, Officer Brown, of Ihe Third ward, nrrcst
ed n man, who gave his name as Thomas Sharp,
for tho inrccny of a vallso containing various
articles of clothing belonging to Geo. Hamil
ton. Sharp was taken before Justice Thomp
son, ycsterdiy morning, for cTamlnatlon. It
seems that Hamilton is n baker by trade, and
recentl) arrived in the city in search of cm-
ploymcnt, and Tel 1 In with Sharp, who. aner
telling him his business, told him be could get
employment for him. He took him ton Mr.
Noerr's bakery, where he left his valise and
overcoat, and started on In search of work.
They did not proceed far before Sharp gave
Hamilton tho slip, and went back to tho store
nnd Poi h! vnltso nnd overcoat, and made off
w " w nrrvsieu as awn c uir
Thompson committed Sharp to Jail for court,
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Deaths of Soldier. The following deaths
have ocenrred since our last issue:
Orderly Sergeants. KIggs, company K, 118th
Asa Storey, company A, SWh Mass., latent
J m. I cnnl. company F, 29th . J.
JJ1.col a A!,en comPan3 x ?.'
VVm. p.atklnstcompanyC,lst N. .,nrt,,
Columbia College hospital.
, C. Altcmus, company E, 31st N. J., Mount
A1Ph Mcdbcrr. compauy D, JOth Mass.,
Union Chapel hospital.
Chas. II. Hareus, eompatn H, UTtli N. .,
iuiiuincB,orwuo(.Tcriiuatouiniui iiicmuuuiis, '
.?'., T ,..., ,i..m litii n,
;;'n' irdltlon .Inco 1, ere l,r
deslirnid, as at the present Unit.
Two uungs i would certain.) recoininciu.
l'FjnONAL. Ocn. Auirer. iu. F. Tslir. nnd
Ocn. Plensnntnn nnd stnlf, U.S. A.i(.o. Mor.
,a r:. ,.
Arttiur. ficn. atnuIiton, lion. Jlir.uu
AIcv. Cuimnlns, linn. J. J. '
(Iremouirh, Judee Plcrpont, nnd Hon. William i
". or' " H,.r i'T ' V.r. HI'."1 1
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- - ,,,,,.,.,, r,onl m,lUtn ,r, V n , nre
S. J. Mcjanref. Phlluiklphla! t'oiielund I
,. ,."";,. n I Illlln.nn fin. .
'""'. (,i'lu. ri- ' " Sl'troiwlltan. '
Hon. John P. IHIe, t llanipshlrt, and
,.nIU,i oiilo. art at the JUlroiiolllan.
iiu.jn p. H0, i llanipshlrt, and
Tl.e tme or c ol.Mllf..
T he comniiiulcntlon below from the 11 ilti.uoro I
Su pulsllieqiiwtlouof tol. Miln'RpHnlintnt I
n, ,Ulistlnn.) the t'tiural npH irs nl.hutlj
; n,,,,!!.!, rr fol. Mll.V appolnttnent i
..,,.,,.... ..,. AM) n Mr iiAltl'FIfS '
put .-. in n.iriii nf thla iiinriiliin I
ihri Ittromi uJltamn fro m MM
find a coininunltaMon ironi .Muj.iicn. worn,
c ontilultiz the followlnir parasroph I
J( a not true that IamlUhhtueapublr (Col
.... . .. . t
Mllcfi'. in romtmnul of JIantcr,a Irrru.. lien us
.. ( . ? .. .: . . ". .
ttwrn in roiiiiminti nt me lime "lieu i uhbuiucu i
t retarj of War tnt tho following order to Col
.... . . . , . oierwhclmtil
'?'." .'? 'i"J ' ,0,u " '' V' M, ', "",n,nS"Vv
'eltyjmbr .'"llnport'Lnt a command
as that. IM he inn tlabnt officer llm I."
nln on iw 't i
;., tt,c Jnu-u Adlociite. Questlon-Vou
were personally acquainted with Col. Mlli.f
An8Hlytg ,r. ni.tlnii-ttliat s lour
Ju.lpnen.ns to hi, capacity for. such a com-
n.nndt Anttcr T dd not think hehadthera.
Hint would li nt nnsuired his purw.o mil... It
was Central Monls, who com n.ndt.1 at rorl
Henri. I hat caW. considered the sum nd.r
n disgncefut one ( one that ouht not to h nc
tuen made without uwatting an assuuit."
As Gen. Wool promises us a further (Oinmu
nlcotlon on this Interesting topic, I trust he
will give some explanation of the above singu
As for Col. M lies' previous command orlgina
ting with Maj. Gen. George H. McClellan, and
the recognition of It hj the War Department, I
r an onlj en) that It lias nothing whatcv er to do
with the matter In tjuestlon. llurper's Ferr),
ul the time of Col. Miles being recognized as
It si t nniTiintiili r. nitiji itn.it f if nn (imtortniw i .
When, however, Brigadier General Uhlte fell
back from Winchester to Harper's Terr before
.i... i. .!!.,,. r,.-.. . a ..n.i.. i . ,. t. ..n,. i,. i... ..e
inu nit uuiiiu .mii 10 uuuci iai., it, v iiuii in mii ui
Ut. ". ',71T': nf v.... ,.., u-..i .,. i
nli the Insecure, foundation of a .Initio word
nit,, in the report or.h0Co,n.l,..on. Those,,. !
tence lii which that word occurs Is thU i
Uttrallv hint curate, but It Is substantially
nrrec t For nil the purposes of a Junt respon
illlltj, u gentrilj'lWc it hubordlnale In com
nund of a pott,w lie ii having full jiower to remove
htm, he continue him In that command, In tho
prestucu of Imreuhul peril lo llie poxt and with
the full knowledjeofhlslncflpieltj, which (Jen.
Wool then hid nud now o frunkl expresses In
his deposition. s
j Ntatkh rn Hut Cnsoni smmfn. Nino
1 btates have )et loelecl their Represent illves lo
I tho next Loiiirrehs, and the dates at which they
11 1 11 t 1 1 ..
usuull) hold ihelreleetlou-, ure us follows,
New Jlumpidilre, mi ihi t-wnud 1 ticsda) In
Mirch, INI J.
11 the tlri-t WidniHiliv
CntiiiKlIcut on lln
M irjluutl, nn Hit Hi
IhM Mi.ndi) In rll,
l NSollMMtie) In Nnvt in-
llrht Moult) Iu August,
Kentuek), on tin'
Cullfninlu, mi (he 11 rut 'Iliurhdiv in b.i icm
IrtfiuU, mi thu llrr-t ItniMil i) in ,i( tsi.i
orth Lumllim, (limit not ju h M 1IW1I J
leniubhee, i,iune noi )ei tj mm a.)
.... ....... . .
is to the , control of this department, and had been order """ """ I,",''"!,"u" '.',' V, ?, " ' " ' ,
a InntriciltcK.tahllslil.lt hcnd.uarter there ou tho 2I !' '"-fr ' w " " .1 ?i u, Vr n ... .'
n a slnttle "9,, of March by M..J. tie,,. McClellan, then , ,?.""' on " l'lnl"t '"''',? 'i1"8'.0.'1 L1"1
(.eneral In-Chief. On IliciOlli of April the Sec ' "'" " "":'"" '"""" "' " '"
nacitt toeml.rntesolar-'carommnndnshelmd """"" "'. V'V v.,v ".'"-. ". UI1
"TheCominiitsloii would not have dwelt uM)ii ', ".,,.,. r BnrLIia ,,- niihniiirii r
thU painful subiect were It not for the fact that "nJ J JjiVi ' fht ClMmAnlT
.heonccrwhoXMthUliuapablelncom , 0 Viad Ctt
ThlUu IS" i SuS'ShmK mav 'ul I clntiili.ii for InfornuUlon.) is this that
The word placed, in 0"""l!?"!.."W ho inlirht obtain for Gen. Hancock an hnpor
k intra v luuicuraiu. mil u i Biiiiruuiumiii
inu urn six 01 iiiese oiuus ciui twent) live In tbo far tieiiies, in buj-ih ,iWn.w, ""
uienilMsrs, und the remaining Ihrco will prnlm prihAed in tho front. For It was not for Gen.
bly elect nine more, muklng thirl) four In all tJiimiicr, commander of u dctlncd command, to
Another letter from den. Keiiriiejr Con
cerning Geu MrCletlan.
From Wilkes Spirit of the Times.
WASUttaTOT, Nov. 5, 18C3.
To tfm JCJitor of the bptrit of the Timet t
Tito elections nro over, and tho tender-footed
can now have no possible compunctions In ref
erence to tho so-called attacks on Gen. McClcl
lan. I therefore send yon a long letter from
Major (leu. Kearney, under da to of May 15,
18CJ, In advance of those already published,
ythtehvatntcndtdfofpubUeatlont as fully ap
pears on Us facet
U Is a Mistering review of the battle of WU
llamsburgh In general, andofGcn.McClcllanlu
riartlcular. Its tilling truth nud uncontrovcrt
ble logic and facts speak trumpet-tongucd to
the nation, "tho Imposture," duplicity, want of
generalship, w enkness and unreliability" of the
Comma ndcr-iuChlcf of tho Army of tho Poto
mac nrittmustpnneadecldedly "wctblankct"
to the ravorito assertions ana excuses, such os
"abolition forgery " "unwnrrantable exposure
of private corrcsiondence t" "splenetic, petu
lant, after-dinner letter," Ac, A.C., with which
certain sharp critics imto heretofore amused
themsches and tho public.
I am at n loss to know, precisely, what new
dodge the worshippers ofthe Brazen Idol will
Invent to break the force and effect of a con
demnation so deliberate, scathing and terrible,
from a m Hilar) reviewer so thoroughly Inde
pendent, popular, capable nnd accomplished.
In the glare of the truth thus revealed, how
"stale, Mat nnd unprofitable," the low-bred,
vulgar abuse of Pet. Halstead, for his assumed,
wnnton disregard of the wishes and memory of
his dear friend, favorite hero, nnd military Idol,
tho brave Kcarne,
I can only rejoice that tho geueral thought
proper to place In in) keeping that record
which will enable me, In spite of threats, intim
idations, nud rcvtllngs, to vindicate his great
name and fame, and nt tho same time expose,
from a high military standpoint, the assumptions
and pretensions of one, of whom, as an officer and
gentleman, he evidently entertained nn opinion
so unfavorable and contemptible.
Your oliedlent scrvnnt,
O. S. Halstead, Jr.
IISAbqCARTEKS TniRn Diwmon,
Cumberland Landing, Vo.,Moy 15,ljj.
Deah Sir t I am sorry to find that, very far
from military chiefs being immaculate, their
subordinates, relying on their straight-forward
conduct nnd truthfulness, might disregard po
litical Influence as extraneous and unuccessar),
so grossly hoo I been outraged (and Isnvso
as re presenting my dU Islon) by the Intrigues of
llie general commanaing tins nruiy, mai t now
nppenl to you nnd tny friends for protection
(uural NltCKUan Is the llrst commander In
lilstnr, who has cither dartd, or been no nn
principled as to ljrnoro those under him, who
i "! . ....-.- . -"-; ".
ii-ive not oulv fouirht a rood flcht. butclcn
1 hi. arm,, hlnT.ciranJhl. reputation. And
hcrL. prcclstlj, lilho point. 1 rom u ant of
""" ",,"u",M ",D y,"-' ',,
vision In particular) lest he thereby londcmns
nitre nurr) of a skirmish, where Ilniifock, (n
cliannlnn; officer and centleman,) w Ith prciwn.
ucraunu nuuiuers, tinvcs, iur an insiaui, u
paltry tcwr oi tne cncni), wun n nirrunre or n
loss, which bespinks the lllthniss ofthe trans.
This moeof Hancock's, based nn Inforniu-
'tlonllnt the enemy had abandoned tl.elr.niluor
,1, l. .. . nnnn.nl to our rln-1... in cni.peinrni
tlulrforcesonourlen.wasKOttenupat 11 p.m.,
vrnnasK In rellevn frnm nmnni llm seven.
ll'ht of the third corps, enacted by Hooktr from
T a. m. until mj division, nt near 3 p. in., in-
tercd under tiro and took the place of his ex
hnustcd rcmunnts, dcinornlirtd b fntljrue,
ubnndonmcnt. nnd want of cartridges. The
flrCi tml lasted from nbout 41, for some twtul)
mlnutts, nud which then teased, was most dls.
""''T without results, Tor It wns not followed
n. 1.1 nnn nil. niijin. fiml k mo iibai! In llm
' fields mf bitllo In Europe, as In Mexico will.
I ,n fi belief that on attempted succor had
1 ecu I'lttn up, nnd Hint I must alone look to
'nnsclf for luvown menns of success. For I
will knewth it. besides tho repeated mesenKers
that hid been detached to tho rlirht. tv dens,
Hooker and HctntEelmaii, that all there must he
ftWflroof "ere tight, fromour cannon and
, ll1f h ..m rnii.i with tho full thl.. of
huttle. This fire, tantamount to that of a half
i.ricrniin nhini, i niniiin in irntn niinui Jl in I.
""- "... .. . - ,....-. ., .
n. in., wn. mo oinv ono inm iook oiacu wun n
r - " ... - . . .
'" Unncc, un engn'emcnt or sncli (treat
proportions, It proves, beyond tho blackness of
I'1'? taJ?J! l i' Sl,l!l!?,,,!?!
It has been tin
l k'oneriilslilp w
, V .
HIJUBIICU tllW I"l'll lit 111 1119 VIIIIIU DI1U1VIJ. 111(11,
It has hecn tho result of a iimllRnaut design of
public, n u cakucss of his ovtn, a Haw in his
men, no ncuitnows, 11 oucciuiuie
ueonle. ould hrluif him down
11...... I t.l . 1 ' !!. 1... .1 .1.-
lroin1B ncciiiemai suiienonij lowiriiiau ui
' l" ' m ' '""". 'V" ,' , " "
'.''. ' lh ."'. . lar " ,. "f I ,
cued to, ono whom he kucw, If questioned by a
military committee, would not avoid hrluglug
to light the incapaclt (and subsequent con
trivauccs to smother It) which had exposed
Col. Baker, and then left him, helpless, doom
ed nud unsupported, at the battle of Hall's
There Is a secret hit bin matter, and although
patriotism, on tho evoof an expected action,
may prevent mo from publishing to the world
the w eukness of the man, to whom are coullded
our Union destinies, It docs not preclude me
from Indicating for mvself and my command
a recognition of our service und exposure, (no
ecr has ever cxponcu. uimscii as i urn, jar
rrisit demanded it,) and unimrtiicn myseit
- . 1
As btono has been militarily killed under a
f.'L"0 ''uV m'.lle'iin'-'o'n S o Olli Ins? arier'
trmt I msbu' . 1 "h.eh ho'&re"""
T . ' " i nn,i i.Vr.Mtt .limit - to ...
uut Jiuuiuin., ...... j -....- - -- --
tanl c haracter In tho c rlsls of Ihe ilfth, the Jlrtt
prestige of Its capablllt) of lighting (which In
varlnbly pctt) disasters and long inaction had
Indue! man) to mUtnist,) vtlth which, with
the eagerness of tho wholei North, it was read)
lo greet the tlrbt vletor In tho Army of the I
tomae, aud thus kill tho military success be
fore tho c ouutrv, of tho real persons, so entitled,
from tho fact ui tho public being sutUtleilb) tho
ilrfct news more Berlous thun this, net onl)
taking from those w ho merit tho high sentiment
0nir8t prestige, hut more particularly divert tho
minds of Ihe country that tho culpable fact
", tM ho (McClellan) had allow ul Hooker's
fciuu'Iod rislouto tl(;htunsuiiporlcdfrom moru-
' ni iutll mynrrltiiLneurS p. in., and Irom Ihe
' ia(tthatlils"(immunicatlons,M Irom this being
the direct und nearest row irom vvnuumsnurjr
lo Vorktown, were thus put In jeopard); and
Unit hud 11 panic, or cv en u defeat, resulted he re,
tint all hlHurui) confusedly huddled together,
with an Impassable, obulruclcd, single detlle In
his rear, w hero trains nud artlller) pieces were
lielplCBHiyjnmmc.il luium nnu hiiium, mii"
, ,jm. ,U)i victlmn worse tlinn ut Bull Run.
I 'i 1 ,.r.iiM tint n hi in Irretrievable .
I IIV 1 lir-w n ....... ..... -.....-- - -
1.. min umild bo olcad I ul ho disiirueed
hiiiiimr by Mending him back to orktown.
1 rom ilisfliitlsfue lion nt his imt liav ing extrh ated
lluiicoek, alter his pseudo-vlctor), and lor
u ii.itn.r ,n tn iha rear fol inu. tho lut troops
.''...... ....-I II-.l . - ,,U1 F
UUU 1IBBUIIIIO IU IIIUI V I1IU UlMVt . A ll Vlll.-
inniit i. I. t.. ti ultiillrhp 1r.uti In ll.fi nrinv nl ti...
substitute himself for McClellan, the chief.,- In
Tain would ho plead that llclntzclman should
hiuo proved a genius, and Improvised some
stroke of strategy, for the worthy old general
has never prctcndcM but to do his duty In his
sphere, and tho Ocncral-ln-Chtcf Is head of all
to furnish plans, and to expressly blend into a
whojo tho energy of all, which waft impossible,
aft he was not there.
In rain will he Impute to (Icn. Hooker the
committing himself to a general fight Involving
the whole army, when a few regiments would
havo sufficed to hold his own until the designs
ofthe chief were made known) for If that chief
Is miles In the rear vvhen his army Is In full
career, there are very few generals, however
superior their talents, (and of such class is
Gen. Hooker,) who, uuder tho long-known du
plicity nnd favoritism and despotism of Gen.
McClellan, would have ventured to risk his
casting opprobrium on them for hesitation, or
do any more than the best they could, nnd rely
onhlin for justice.
Such Is the secret of this Incomprehensible
mystery, and It Is within tho comprehension of
tho llrst citizen's mind that will spread before
him tho map of Virginia.
Hut, if ono point tn tills malignity, working
with n monopolized telegraph, aud a tramclicd
press, lias crtated with mo inoro Indignation
than another, It sadly Is that tho fateof my two
most gallant aids nnd very dear friends, Cai
tain Wilson, A. A. General, and Lieutenant
Barnard, have been purposely kept from the
honors due to their gallantryt the same us was
the case when my skirmish at gangster's station
produced the enemy's hurried retreat from Ma
nassas, I was debnrred, by every under-hand
influence, from having published to the world
tho heroic end of that most noble martyr to the
first cavalry success, Lieutenant Hcddcn. Yes,
this Is a repetition of those times; for then, as
now, I was tho first general ofllcer whoso re
ports had Iwcn excluded from the rrcss. Gen
eral McClellan, from the early commencement
of his career, seems to have singled me out (the
13th on the list of 212 brigadiers, nearly the
senior division general on the list) to bo the
marked victim of his Indirect injustice.
However, in this matter I am not acting,
however outraged, from personal motives, but
to unveil to the country, when opportunity
shall permit, tho weakness nnd unreliability of
the genernl In command.
I enclose to yon my report of the battle of
Very truly, yours,
Ph. Kearny, ling. General,
Commanding Third Division, Third Corns.
O. H, IUutfp, Jr., Fsq., Wlllards' Hotel,
N. B. The following Is In pencil, at the Iwt
tomi "This letter Is not Intended for publication
now; but I hope, without forestalling the fear
ful condemnation that must follow Major Gen.
McClellan, for I care not to make trouble, that
you will show It to all mj friends, as due tome
and mine. Kr."
Kxlracts front Southern I'nperi.
Tho Richmond 117., November 10th, says:
"Gen. Van Dorn takes upon himself tho re
sponsibility for the failure in his late, battle of
(jorintii. Jie sas it orosc irom ncitnsr tne
f mil of his officers or men, but was his own
" The Knlclgh (N. C.) Wt entertains no
doubt that u movement is to be made against
the railroad running from Wilmington to l
tmhiirg, nnd tint Wclduu Is to be the point
attacked. The Inhabitants nf Tnrboro'and ad
jacent counties are moving oil as fast as they
can, ine enemy aro witmn iiitcen miles oi
fiinu.ro', l-'.uuu strong.
"ien. Jiiuiiau n ngntwitn tne enemy ou
Monday last, In Clarke county, Va. The gen
eral pajs the enemy were soundly thrashed and
driven back five miles. Tho fight was obsti
nate, nnd our loss considerable."
From the activity of both armies and the fre
quent skirmishing taking place, lt Is not Im-
pronaoie a ugiii may take place at any moment.
The present object of the enemy seems to be to
cut off General Leo's communication with Rich
The cnem at Coriulh arc largcl) reinforced,
and aro fortifying, entrenching, und making
t v crj preparation lo iioiu mo place.
Tho Richmond Fn'julrer ofthe 10th sajs:
41 blgnlQcant movements are progressing
along tho entire llnu of Geueral Lee's armv.
Stirring, perhaps starling events Beem to ho
rapldl) approaching, promising, In real It), a
sharp and decisive winter campaign. It Is re
lKrted that General Jackson was jesterday up
on the verge of a bittle in the Shenandoah Voi
le, with grcath superior forces of the cucm).
Iu n few davs considerable change will proba
bly take pi ice in tho present inactive state of
Zenah V. Uliss, Esq , of Massachusetts, has
been promoted from a 1,)0 to a $1400 per an
num clerkship In the Depirtincnt of the Inte
In Culvan Churcii, New York, on tho 11th
lustuut, bv Rev. Hobart Ch el wood, Major 13. C.
CiitTwoon, 17. S. A., and Fieam.ii F,, eldest
daughter ot Major General E. D. Kcycs.
. I A L ORDER.
MlllTAlU lJHTItlCT OV WaiIIITOTON,
Waslihttjton, J). e7.j Nov. 13, 1WJ2.
The orders Issued from these headquarters,
dated beptembcr Ut, 1G-!, forbidding tho re
tailing of spIrltuoiH liquors In this District, Is
so far modified as to permit the sale to all per
sons not In the mllltar) service,
II) command of Brig. Gen. Wads worth i
JOHN P. SHERBURNE,
Asst. Adjt. Geu.
I)epaiitient op State,
Washington, January 25, 1802.
Ihe Beeretur) of State will hereafter receive
members of Congress on business on Saturdays,
commencing with Saturda), the first of next
WILLIAM II. SEWARD.
"trATKI)-A isrge room for storage, (ground
j Door orbivscnunt,) In ttie vldnltv ofpenn
sjhnnla avenue, from Mfth to Twelfth streets.
Ad IrcuB 't nlon' nt this oltlce. no 13 dtf
f MI Db Indies, oneortwofurnlshed rooms
1 minuted for tioardluir themselves Address
I. M . Pout Ofllce. or ltciuilillcnn OtUce t Ithi r
In th ill) or Georgetown, mar Iboclt) cars
nov 13 3t
OMS AND CAMP GRFsr WANTPD
1 submrlbers will A) the highest market price
for in) qunntlti of Hones and tamp Oreae, dellv-
rrcd at lliclr mill, foot of O street
oil 31 col m
MORGAN . ItlUNMIART
rAM'i:i),l the New ork Imlo)tneut
J1 Agini) Olihe, No 611 Ninth street, nenr
Ptni.H)lvnnl.iMcni., 1WI NTV-Ht (Ji) UJilte
nnd I olored CIUI S, w Mb good re ferences, ns Cooks,
( li-init crin n Id ki. Latiiitln e s. V nltrcitiics. Nurse s.
nud MumstritfKca AUo, jouni; Colored Mtn, to
w ilt 011 tsl Irs In Private Knmlllcn or Hotel Also
uuii ul. hoiirti s liuim illrtM u. wlln or without tur
liltun I intiloji r In want of L,ood help, will tlnd
iiioiniir un nn ik" loiiui
mil) -rf 11 N II Mil LI R
"T NTi;il. l or itM'dlcuiHii nud his wife, n
Dnulilel irloi with tlrnt-ilitss furniture and
Loin I Id 1 not no 111 will a consideration ata ntce
Ihe In t It j itfirfiiii yUiii nnd Ki.ulri'd Ad
dress lluikir," Kt the tit) Post Otllte
ifj- Mnbonlt. stiled comniiuiUntloii nf st
o.lT. - iisiir... No 11. Mill le held tills (I HID 1
phhIiu, nt llt nMoik,nt MnsouiL HhII, lomer of
Unml N III I HllltTS
U MtlltHIs SMITH,
1101 II Meretar)
I l illll'AlN 4- ILI.IAMN, Auctioneers,
I .i.i.ii 11 I II I I lllf L Jl 1 111 III II 1 t L llllll L
f AU lln1 II 1 111 1 ih-i r tiifu , ami. t.
Still. It.it lit ttt SlIULMAhtliV tOOLS ASD
HjllMlLltt it Alt UUS Oil MONDAl, the
mii limtniit. Ht iu o'iIolIe, M , we shall sell, on
Hftiintli Htiutt In tin in 1 riuont avenue and I
stn 1 1, r Hal wuru, hi inu 1 ue 11 si itni en josejm
Ciiliii,ihii isid, Ij 01 1 lu uf tlit Ul plums' touit,
till tlic rmmal elli its, ennsUtlii)); ot-
Idint, Mini s, Nole 1 en tin r, vlioeiiiHkt I u J uols
Ai il somo lloumlioll tin nit ure
11) onlirof tin Vilhiliilstiiililx
(.HUN It. Ull LIAAlN
nov H 31 Auetloiiecrs
IVnnVl nsrnw, linr lrtmii Hotel,
THIS (FltlDAi") XVEXlXa, Kor. Ulh,
THE MOST ACCOMPLtSHFD AND BEAUTIFUL
ACTHESS IN AMERICA,
Who will Appear to-night In her celebrstM Im
(Which Will HOT ll( RirUTED,)
Celebrated French Sentaltonal Drama,
Y I (J T ORIN E ;
" ' , , fi h K E P 0 X I 7.
The eminent loung American Actor,
AIR. L. P. BARRETT,
Will luatsln his great character of
The treat American Comedian,
MR, D. SETCHELL,
In the comical part of DONAflSlM.
The ehftrmlnir ) outhful souhrettc,
MISS VIOLA CROCKER,
In the delightful character of
E L I $ E .
To conclude with
A DEVILISH GOOD JOKEt
HETCUKLL WOItMKD BY LUCILLE.
1'RICFS OP ADMISSION.
Dress Circle, 60 cental Orchestra Chairs, 73 centst
l-smuy (Jircie, : wccmi) e,oioreu oaucry, xo ceniij
Colored Parterre, 00 centst Trlvate Doxes, $6.
Seats may he iccured during the day without
Door ooen at 6!l o'clock! oerformanoe com
mences at 7 , nov 14
IOKD'g NKW TI1KATIIK,
7nfA ttreetf above ltnnTa avenve
JOHN T. FORD . . Proprietor and Manager
I Also or Hoiiiday street ineatre, unit i more )
HUMPHREV BLAND . . Acting Manager
IET FIRST BENEFIT
Of the distinguished Actor,
Whoie nrtlstlc acting has fairl)
t now nru this theatre
Kvrr night during his engagement, drawing the
bent clnnof loclrt).
All our ttieatre-yoers loud in Ids praise!
An Immense success aUo achieved by the brilliant
.V A A C0VLDOCK,
The loielj and Accomplished joung lad), who,
under the careful guidance
OF THE DFST D1UMATIC INSTRUCTORS,
now gaining fame andfoi tune,
BOTH THESE ARTISTES APPEAR TO-StOHT!
A GRAND BILL OF ATTRACTION !
At this fjshlonablo plnco of amusement.
TUTS (FltWAY) EVEXIXO, Xov. 14A,
THF GRFAT MORAL HOME riCTURE,
That Is cresting a sensation fur exceeding
that produced by "Knochon the
Cricket," entitled the
A STORV OF IIFARTS AND HOMES
Peter Problt), Mr COULDOCK
Grace Jmcr), ...... . MUs COULDOCK
All the star companj in the cast.
To conclude with the roaring Farce nf
In which Mr ltlSHOP appears
A (,RFAT BILL FOB SATURDAY NIGHT.
tj" One of the best entertainments In the city.
I'lUCIS OF ADMISMOV
Dress Circle nnd rarnuette. 60 cental Orchestra
Seits, 73 centst J-nmll) Clnle, 25 cents; Colored
rarterrc, oucenii; rrnnie uoxes, 90
Doors onen nt 61 o'clock: irerformance commen
ces nt T,t o'clock nov lt
IXOVS IVAMIItNOTOlV TIIKATRK
TliuunJersitnieilresnectfullv Informs the citizens
nnd traveling jmbllo now sojourning tn Wnnhlng-
F I Jt A T J! E X E FIT
111 take place nt the abov e-named plate
This (Friday) KveulttK, November 11,
On which occasion v, Ul be ottered the
TWO GREAT PII CI t,
Introducing CHANFRAU, FANNIF DUOU'N, and
the hntUe Dramatic ( ompanj
nov U scnorita ISABEL CUDAS
1 (JAnDKN cincus,
2tnnxylvaula aienue and Seventh ttreet.
Two performances To-di),
GLORIOUS S U C C K 8 S
FIELD OF THE CLOTH OF GOLD,
Universally acknowledged as the most Ooii-
oeoih Bpectacle ev cr produced In
Third tlmoof tho WONDEnPtL HALLUl
Dr JA3 L. THA11U AND HIS MULIS
KATON STONK IN A NfcW HAPID An
Alt the Arlitlrt both Day and Myht
T II E V 0 X Y li A C E A .
1 OOK OUT
fl THL HEW
OJ Till. NEW
Ol TIIE NEW
no 12 tf
APPLISI APPIrSII APPL1-SMI
Hve hundred barrels ehoho Rochester Apples,
ofillttlrent vnrlelles Just received and for sale
In lots to suit purchasers
corner of beventh nnd D streets
nov 13 3t I Mar)
VA1 AGI NT'S OFFICI ,
V Washington, Novembers, WU
PIUIPOSALSwlllbe reused nt this oltlce until
hiiiunU) , the 15th instant, nt 3 o'clock p m , for
Mix hundred (6cw) tons No 1 Thomas Pig Iron, or
Irnnoffjunllt) equally suitable
'lo lie delivered at the Washington Mv) nrd,
free of cost to the Government for freight or tran
nov IJ-Ct S P. BROWN, Niv) Agent
Il. I.OCKAVOOI coutluurii tli lirac
. ticeof Dentistry, in the Wnshlngton Building,
corner Pennsylvania avenue aud Seventh street.
Hiiv lug practiced In the South nenrlv sixteen) cars,
ho feels assured that lie can glv e SHtlsfaetlon to nn)
Hint ma) call
"teeth Inserted on ulcnnlte, Rubber, or Go
I late. Chloroform administered when elvslred
LTIIA1D awn Irom No 3bU, J-lghlh street, on
O thu iiiornlng of the nth lust nit, two COWS,
one a whltii bultitlo, with rid siotsi Inula red calf
AlKiut thre U WCCKB OIU WHO ior i ui uiuvr n uriu
Ulecow, four jeters old, wit h bonis, a red calf with
whttesK)ti, altout ti n Ia)S old with her A libe
ral reward will be paid for their re (urn to the Above
Address, or for Information of tlielr whereabouts
nov 12 3t NLLSON VOOUHLLS
TOIl IlENT Desirable furnished rooms, (with
' l.oiiMl.t oljaiiiutlvloLiittd lnGiorifetown.near
the iltv curs lo pernmncnt tenant, urnis mode-
rate Apply nt 131 West street, near High street,
Georgetown. nov 10 ti
IIXOtf WASHINGTON THKATIIE, ?
Cor. U and JHeventn srt.f near Jtmt. avenue,
F1UDAY EVENINO, Not. U,
FIR1T BEKBF1T OP
TWO GREAT PIECES OP THE SEASON,
CVBAS IN THREE CHARACTERS!
CVilAS IS A DRAMA t
CVUAS IS AN ARAB DANCEt i
( VHAS IS A SPANISH DAhCEt
CVBAS IN A BROADSWORD COMBATt
The fascinating comedienne,
A. H. DAVENPORT,
A. W. FENNO,
J. W. ALBAUOH, 8. RYAN,
MRS. BERRELL, ANNIE WILKES,
And the best dramatic comfamy ever seen In
the clt),will appenr In Broughsm's
musical burlesque of
AEH AD BEAVT1FLL SCENER't
LOCAL IttTS, 4t,4t.
In ACTivtf REUEARflAL, the romantic Drama of
TIIE WIZARD SKIFF-,
Taken from tho original manuscript In the
possession of Madame Celeste.
Doors open nt t to commence at i precisely.
Seats may be secured from lo to 3 o'clock, by ap
plying st tho box office nov 14
Louisiana Averue, near Sixth St.
XEY HILL ! XEW BILL !
WIT AND 1IEAUTY,
This Is the recognised
STANDARD PLACE OF AMUSEMENT.
SUCCLSS Is emblazoned on our Banners I
There Is no such word as FAIL with us
First appearance of
GEORGE It. EBESOX,
Tho tnlented PAntomlmlst, tomedlnn nnd Comto
Unnbnted success of the established fnv orite,
MISS JULIA MORTIMER.
Tonight she will nppenr in New Songs,
rut uipsvs la r,
And as Lizzette, in th Fsrce of the SOLDIFR'S
The Scottish Mghtlngsle,
MISS AOXES SOVTIIERLAXD.
The beautiful Queen of Terpsichore,
MISS KATE PEXXOYER.
llrst appearance of the pretty Dnnseuse,
MISS FLOREXCE RIVERS.
TIIE COURT OF BEAUTY.
M'lle Llzzettn, Miss Horcnce Riven,
Miss UUIe Brandon, Miss Lauretta,
MUs Jennie Allen, Miss lln
The most ersatile Performer living
If ) ou wnnt to Laugh, Just come and see the Fun
ny Mgs, UOli HART nnd LKW SIMMONS,
In their sidesplitting Drolleries.
THE GirSY'8 LAY.
B) Misses MOllTIfil It and PKNNOVFR.
Willie Lmmersou, J bylvss tlarke,
Master Johnnj, Mous sol,
ill A Al M O T II COMPANY
IN A NKW BILL.
Perform am o to conclude with the laughable Farce
THE SOLDIER'S RETURN.
George It hdeson as Natz
Miss Julia Mortimer as .. Lizzette
FeVLL DRAMATIC C0MPASY
Doors open at 6t performance, 7 o'clock.
Admission, 25 cents) Orchestra Chairs, 60 cents,
CIONCI RT OF SACRFD MUSIC The Societies
ofM. lucent de Paul respectfully Announce
thnt their nunual concert of Sacred Music for the
relief of the poor of this city, and of the sick and
wounded in the hospitals, will be given nt Odd J el
lows' Hall, Sev enth street, on
Suuday eventug, I0IU lustant.
Having secured the best Amateur Muslcnl talent
of the District for this occasion, with the most effi
cient Orchestra, they will present to their patrons
the richest programme of the season Lncoursged
by the liberal patronage bestowed upon their for
mer ettorts, they promise that the expectations of
the public will be fully realized
The whole Concert will be arranged and conduct
ed by Madame Cecelia oung Kretschmsr. under
the direction of Professor George Felix Benkert,
Tickets (60 tents; children S3 cents.) ma) bo hnd
nt the principal Hotels, Music and Book Stores of
this clt) , nnd nt Dr. Kid well's Drug More, George
town Doors open at 7 o'clock) Gmeert to commence at
8. Tickets of admission 60 centst children half
price. nov 13 t
200,000 Domestic begnrs, consisting of Seed nnd
Seed and Havana of the best quality, put un lu
most deslrnhle st)les, for sale nt unusually low
500 doz. Hermetically Sealed Goods, consisting of
Fruits, Jellies, Meats, Vegetnbles, Pickles, &c,
Just received and for sale nt New York market
noli OSTHFIM BROTHFnS
'A rAIMl AGENCY
SOLDIERS1 ULLIl.y ASSOLTATIOli
Olllco, No 270 F street, cor Ihlrteenth
Communications to be Addressed to
J. W. HATHAWAY,
octIC tf Lock box B8, Wnshlngton, D C.
ATOW IS THh TIMF TO BUY OUR CLOTH
L. A Hi ALL k CO,
No 361 Seventh street,
sep 2031)1 between UK.
ISPICIAL ATTKNTION IS CALLFD TO OUR
li new stock of Fall and Winter Llothlng, Gents
1 urnlshlng Goods, lints, nnd taps
U A.Bl-ALL&tO, ,
se 25 3iu Clothiers, No 361 seventh street.
flSSOLUriON OF PAIITNUISIIIP-The eo
.1.7 pHrtnershlp, heretofore existing under the
nmne Audst)leuf Strnuss, Uilenhelmer h. to , has
this da) been dissolved b) mutual consent, the
business of the late ilrtn will be settled b) Isaac L
J I UH-I NIIMM.-II.
Wasiiinoton, Nov 11, iseij o li jt
WAShlngluu,D t , Nov 13, 1 Be J
Notice) Is hen by given to nil persons In arrears
for tuxes, whet he r gas. special or annual tax, that
unless the same Is paid nt this otllce before the 1st
day of Jnnuiir) next, the property on which the tax
Is ilue will then In1 Advertised mid sold as the law
directs those who wish to avoid tho heavy ex
pense of advertising will please pa) within the
lime bh tilled
A discount offi per cent will lit allowed, under
the law, Uu ring the month of November. After
Noveuilur time will 1 no Abatement.
WM DIXON, Collector
no ia Jttiwiw
XTOHrOLK tnsiJRS Just received l er x
Xl press tomutarl) to tha Central Hotel Res
1 euraiit, southwest corner of Ptuns)UnnlA nveiine
iiiidMxth strett, (not the basement ) Hotel en
tliiiiLKon Sixth street
H D dr LSTUN,
nov 13 3t Proprietor ttntlHl Hotel
100,000 Imported Hav nna Segars, lomprlslug the
choicest brands In the market, Just received and
lor sale at
no 12 OSTHEIM BROTHER!)