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Gaorin'sTBEATaE "7V H iht Hunt re it "This
evening will be produced, for the first ana only
time, after s deal of elaborate osr spent In the
preparation, Bucks tone's beautiful drama of " 1 he
Wild Huntress or me Mississippi 1 or, urren
Bushes," a story of hundred'years ago. This
piece will be produced wltli new acencrj , splendid
mechanical etttcts, see. We are Informed that
"East Lynne" will shortly be presented for one
Foau's F.rtn 1'oruLAa Tn cat be will, no doubt,
l honored with another fashto'nablc audience to
night, to witness that great masterpiece or acting,
Couldock'a Louis M. The play Itself, In the hamta
eten of a mcdloue actor, ti always acceptable,
but when It 1 endowed by Cou Mock's dramtllc
genlui, It lecome doubly Interesting and Indc
acrlbahly grand. To add e ery cHcct to Its prop r
rendition, 1 he talents or the entire star stock com
pany will be embodied tolls representation. The
force of "Sudden Thoughts" Is the afterpiece We
understand that rtThe Chimney Corner" Hill
ahortl) be related, and are Informed by adterlbjc
ment that Irldsy evening Is the lncflt of Mr.
CuulduckiSatunliy, benefit of Mr. Ulandt andthit
Iheopera Is going to become ad Institution ninong
us. Theladlea will be lu ecstasies as t tils' eq tat ic
Intelligence. It will set the eW of the city nil
Niton's Washington Theatre. This Is the
nlrdwrek of the engagement, at this theatre of
be beautiful Cuba, and each night of her appear
ance the audience are Increased. At last, Manager
Mion has established this as s firsts tans plice of
amuseniearfqd It only remains for him to keep it
so, And he will be liberally itronticil by the
amusement publla of Washington Cubis has
mde another hit by her wonderful pantomimic
powers, brought forth by the romanUcidrama of
"the Wltard Skiff, which Jia met with great
success and which will be played again this even
ing, with Brougham's t urlcsque of Pocahontas,"
for the last time.
Cahtebbcpt. The various splendid acts of per.
(or man re gHen by" the three fair stars Misses
Frnnoytr, Mortimer and Sou ther land art nlghtl)
received with the moit enthusiastic applause. The
splendid programme ottered for to-night will con-
lude with the successful and high I) Kitilar after
piece entitled The Secret,1 with Mr. George R,
Edeson la the laughable character of Thomas
Hut three more nights remain of the engagement
of the present star company. On Monday night
next, the greatest dnnseuse In the world, Annette
GalcttI, will appear,
Nions Crcmornc Cardln Cihcv. The bill
o acred this afternoon and night at this iopulir
establishment should Insure Urge audiences. Such
artistes as Thi) er, Reynolds, Nichols, Eaton Stone,
II. Whitby B. Carroll, 8, Webb, W Johnson, C
Najlor, J Baylor, Master Johun), Mint Carroll,
Mint El t Ira. the Conrad Brothers, and Ihelr aaso-
elalcs.forma powerful troupe. The spectacle of
"The Field of the Cloth of Gold1 Is sufficient to
fill the house, to say nothing of the new pinto-
mime,anu ine immense amount oi luu generated
by Dr. Thayer's comic mules
Traitor IIajqiirteks. .The Klmiuil
House, situated on C street, between 4) ami Otli
streets, has loujj been suspected of containing
a nest of traitors, from whence "aid and mm.
fort" Is often sent to the South. In the sIiai nf
u contraband mall, and occasional supplied of
uit-uituj t lurvs uuu uiuir goous, oi wimh the
South stands so much In need. It rut (vi
Doster, the Prorost Marshal, luu had lilsic
on this dtn of traitors for Knenl iiin i
Monday morning lie pa e orders to tho proiutt
puurdof thelOUiN. J under Cui-min John
son, to watch tlie premises and selzo I ho Mage
which left that bouse for Marjlaml regulorly.
Lieutenant Franklin was charged with theexe
cution or the order. Ho ttalloued it few of
his men at the klrauiel House, nnd, with tithe r,
he watched the stage which left the Inuim fur
Leonardlown. Mil., about 7 o'clock. Ho was
directed tn seize kthe stairo nt some UUtnnco
Irttin the house.
hen the stage arrived at the comer of l'enn
sylTaula nTenne and Thlnl street, Lieutenant
r ran kiln ordered a halt, took possession nfihn
stage, and ordered It driven to the ofllco of the
Provost Marshal, where two new trunks filled
with quinine, and three other boxes of uuillcil
stores, w ere taken out nnd placed In chargu of
the Provost Marshal. The packages wero la
belled for "Leonardlown, Mil." They Hire
sent hi a man named Ilosenfcldt and U other
Jlms, u hn Inre escaped. The gujnt also miz.
ed a large rebel mallat the Klmmel House. Tho
proprietor, Mr. Klmmel, was arrested and suit
tn the Old Capitol, and his house cJoud. It Is
u source of reaLaatlsfactlou to ull tho lojal
portion of thU community that one of these
ncfltft'tor the hatching of treason Ins been
squelched Ly the energy of lroTot Marshal
Dotler. Iloubtleas there are other places of a
similar character In our mhUl, ulikh on 'lit to
Tiir Capitol. This building Is now In process
or thorough renovation', preparatory li the us
fembllng of Congress ou ,tha 1st of iKc-cmlHr.
The lust in nt now i loured of the baker) Is being
replastertd, and theMiukincd, scarnd an 1 ill.
laphlited walU and (iIIlngM III soon ghnplncc
to n Iteautlful series of rommtltco rooms. The
rc(iit use of the halls nnd corridors of the
main edlflca nnd wings for a hospital, brought
Its nicompinlement of scnrrlng, serntdifng
nud defacement of tho walls or the building.
Mr. flalwny, the painter, with a force of work
mm, Is now actively engaged In removing
thesu stnlna nnd giving thu surfaro of I he
iikiiur u thorough foatlng of paint. Tlie Bn
idti thatttler and the rroiiis al Inched havu Itcen
greatly lmproveil. NewcnrjHtsliaolHtnIatd,
tlie wall handsomely p-iinted, lien furnltnru put
In or the old revurnished, nnd a look of in it.
uosaand frohness penades the whole. Ills
hoped that future ncccssItlesofllionoTirnmint
will not compel n ru-occup-itlon of this mognlll-(e-ntfitnicinru
for any military puriofo what
ever. Its usoasft hnrrncks, then asahuker,
uud lastly as a hospUftl, has cost more than the
actual construction of suitable buildings for nil
these purposes. Tho work onthuwlngsls now
progressing rapidly. When tho pillars nnd
Krtlcoes are c ompleted with the other external
adornments, tho Capitol will challenge com
parison with any oilier lu tho world. '1 he dome
will le covered In by the 1st of Hecembtr, al
though It Is estimated that the work will not
be completed In less than two ) ears.
Kjotat THE ArsenAl. On 3fomliy nlht
UstthoaUaiurCocncxtUut was hiuled up to
the Sixth street whirf for the purport of taking
on tImOne'llundred-and Seventieth New York
regiment, (deucral Corcorau's brigade.) ftomc
dlhiculty arose bctHeeu the ngimeut and some
ortheotnecrsof tho steauiir, which promised
to become quite serious, Capt. l'crrine, with
coiupany K.of the Tenth New Jcrsev. fnroiost
guard.) w ent to the scene of conn lei and (jutlli d
the disturbance for the time. After the regi
ment was cmlmrked the Connecticut dropped
down the rheraud Ja alongside of thu ar
senal wharr fur the night. The disturbance
continued through the ufe-hl with a fuirt oftunt
up fury, uutll nliont 4 o'clock jtsterday moru-
"K, wmcmb &iuuu nvi ensueu on inesieamiKiai
and arsenal grounds, durlug which pistols nml
other deadly taioiis were used. Word wjs
sent to the provost marshal's ofllce, and Capt.
Johnson, of the Tenth Ntw Jersey, villi three
companies, were Immediately dlpaifhtd loihe
scene of conflict, where llicyimellcO I the riot
oy arresiiug six commissioneii omcrrs or the
riglrqent, and they wero turned cm cr to ( oloiul '
Doster, and the captain of the vmsc! wok nl
lowed to proceed with hU freight of soldiers
Almost a Serious Catabtiiophe. There U
a largo tank, holding about eighteen thousand
gallons of water located ln(the upper jKirtion
iTm of the 8. nale wing of the Capitol. Vcstcrd y,
one of the pipes leading front the same, bund,
suddenly, and, but for the llmely discovery, by
Mr. Basiett, one of the door-keepers, the whole
suite of rooms conueetcd wllhund lnclndliig
the Senate Chamber would hare been fl"oodd.
The auouut of damage to the beautiful and
costly walla aod omaments of the rooms can
not be estimated. Tlie eUlwas remedied nt
once and the disaster prevented, thmika to the
uaris, jookout of those In charge of tho rooms.
Wuitk. The paint on lite outside of the old
portion ofthe Capitol s tlpnrrstund rctlli-hl
whlto we ever beheld. The admirable manner
In which this workhalJteu performed, ui well
as the substantial material nsed, la duo to the
fidelity of the coutractcaMr. James Oaluu),
one of our feUor7-cltlzensf
,, nrwJrimiftw jt.jwiii fcjf...u,
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Deaths or Soldiers. Tlie following deaths
have occurred since on? last report t
John H. FlDlcy. company F, 103d N. T.i at
unnstopner tinier, comjny fl,imi.m
Judiciary Hanaro hospital.
Win. Mctlraw, company K, 14iKh V, nt
Win. Leathers, company F, 4th Malnej at
Vat cut Ofllce hospital
(leorge Nichols, compauy A, 1Mb Mas at
Armory tsquare iiospuai
John Frurcr, company I), lSlli U. S. Iuf.(at
Judsou II. Wager, company A, SMh N. V,
at ClltTbume hospital.
llcnjamtn F. Jones, compauy K, 112th l'n.j
at Fort 8arntoga.
Wm, F. Hutchtugs. company II, 20th Mass.)
nt Columbian hospftil.
Win. Cozal, compauy K, 147th Fa.j at Eck
Hwlght Itassows. company H, lttlh Conn.; at
Scrgt. W. W Hgls, compmy Ff 2d Vn. ncs,
nt Odd Fellows Hall hoM'lUt.
Andrew J. Wilson, company 11, CJth N. J.
Lycl Uutlcr, UlHh Fa.
O. Epson, compiny 1, 1st N. V.; at Mount
Wm. Smith, company D, 7th Ind.j at Cairer
Srrgt. S. V. Mlllord, company H,C0th N. V.
at Trinity hospTlnl.
Jacob M. IKturlcr, company II, 137th la.( at
Krland Chain-l hospital.
Jamea W hcaton, company II, GTlh Va. at Isl
O. L. Drown, Mil Mass. bat.; nt II a re wood
J. W. Illcketk, company A, lCMli 1'a.j at St.
J. If. Shannon, company A 10lh Ohloj at
Judiciary Square hospital.
Frank A. Tease, company A, 8th N. V.; at
Antonel'arrish, company H, KkklNew Yorkj
Mount Vlcasant hospital.
Charles White, company 0,13Sth NewTork.
Hobl. Hcacot, company F, lltli Tcnnsyl
vanlai Regimental hospital.
Charles II. Cooley, company 0, 154th New
York) FInlcy hospital.
Mortimer Caldwell, company F, lCthCou
nectlrutt Carver hospital.
James Dunlerry, company II, 30th New Yorkj
John AVIlcoIt, company A, 2th New Jersey.
Tntrick Cuddy, 1st U. S. caralry.
Jeremiah Allyn, 127lh Pennsylvania.
Charles Wood, 27th Maluc.
J, W Iampher, compiny C, 11th Vermont.
J. II. Kimball, company E, 10th Maine.
John E. Chllds, 30th Massachusetts ttattcry;
Wm. Farkcr, eompany 1, 137th 1'cunsyl
vanlii Tatcnt Ofllce hospital.
Moses Lascellls, company M, 3d New York
battcryt Tatent Office hospital.
Edward Burns, company B,14thU. S. Iufan
tryi Columbian hospital.
Albert FJjblle, company C. Wi New York
artillery; Patent Office hospital.
CArtLRE or Gcerill&s. Captain Darling,
of the Capitol police. Is a most excellent and
efflcleut officer. He has no sympathy with the
rebellion and hates a rebel, whether he finds
him In the ranks of the enemy or doing more
mischief here lu Washington. Yesterday he
commenced "active operations on a new en
emy. Tor some length of time the denizens of
the Capitol hive tccu annoved bv a maraud in c
Kind of four-legged guerillas lu the shape of
ennrmou giw-batked rats, who have been
unking their depredations at the very scat of
niuouai power crjing to nnaermineme cjapi
Aruictl with a walking stick, and command
lug a perfect specimen of a full-blooded terrier
ol the bebt stock, the captain made a " forward
mnement' on the enemy ,yeterday mornlug.
The dog hi ida the attack, while the captalu
brought up the rear. Huch an onslaught was
net er w Uncased before I The enemy were com-
Iclely routed, nnd compelled to skedaddle In
fiiHiircmom, ineierrier won tne neid with
out Hie Io of ainnti, leading fifty of the euein)
doad on the held of glory J Tlie bodies of the
slain were gathered nnd exhibited with Infinite
-ntlrfiictIoii by Capliiu Darting, who regard
his jM.t terrier as the " hero of the war."
Puller M vtters. .VyJu. (ieorge Wlhy
wis arrested for larceny. Taken before Justice
Drury, nnd ordered to give security for court.
Ltoithard Simon was arrested for larceny.
Tnkiii before Jut-tlce Drury, and committed to
jail for rourt.
Wm. Crino was arrestetl Tor larceny. Taken
before Justice II irnaclo, nnd committed to Jail
W. Wlllhma was arrested for being drunk
and diordi rly. Taken before Justice Clayton,
ami fined f, pild, and was discharged,
Edward CimIj was arrested for assault and
bitten with Intent to kill, Taken before Jns.
tico Waiter, uud commlltcd to Jail for court.
Timothy Moran was arrested for higaim.
taken itcforo JiiPtleo Walter, aud coin in It ted
tol ill for court.
I'll tllp Crime r was arrested for larccnj. Ta
ken In lore Justice Walter, aud committed to
j ill for court.
fJco. Iltckcr a arretted for passlnj eoun
tcrfilt money. Taken before Justice Walter,
and rommitti d to Jill for court
lun Smithsonian G hounds. Wehaveinnde
Imiutrlcs lu regard to this locality, and find that
these grouucls wero nocr In better condition
than nt prc( nt. To be sure, this Is not saying
in ue h, ns nil can see that a great lmpro ement
can nnd ought to be made. That this la not
done. Is not the fanlt ofthe Commissioner of
Public, DuiliIIugs,as the appropriation made by
Cougreritt is not sufficient for the purpose.
Tlurooiulit to be a brick pavement through
Ihegroundint leuth street, but Congress does
not fee 1 author 1 red to pay for It. The otTcr was
made to piy inlftho expense of this Improve
ment, but I ho Institution declined to pa
the ot hi r h il f. Thu nlomluable and da'ugerous
condition of the Tenth street bridge Is to be
laid nt the door of the corporation authorities,
iw we luo been Informed.
Wp AitnoLAD to hear that Prof. Alexander
Wolnwckl, tho well known Pianist, Vocalist,
and Couiobir, his returned from his profes
sional excursion, and by destreof his numerous
friends nnd pupils, opens another course for
piano nud singing by his new and simplified
system. Prof. Uolonskllsa general favorite
In Wellington, and w o do not doubt about his
success, pjrlltularly as b his method jicrsons
hiving only slight knowledge of music are en
nbhil In a ery short time to read inusU with
fat illly , and exi cuteoperatlc as w ell us classical
music with nre perfection, aud alaoac compiny
their Token correctly and easily. Prof. W.'s
residence Is Tenth street, No. 4M( between E
mid F ttreetb
Mohr Hick A ukiveii. Yesterday afternoon,
n train arrh cd from Warrcnton, bringing about
(00 iitoio't-lek buldicrs from the front. We
wero lu error lu Hal lug yesterday that 1,000
had nrrlvcil. It shontd hate been 2,000, Add
to this the number who arrived yesterday, and
we Imo the total number of UJOO who hate
urrlwd lure within the past few days. It has
luc-d the cuerglesor the medical director of
this ell to provide for this great aud sudden
lucreo-eof pitlents. Happily, we have u most
excellent officer hr that Important position, and
protittlou has been made for all.
'I HP (i)fcl(NMENT L'sfEKY, Which WUS for-
intrly located lu the luseiucut ofthe Capitol,
Is now In operational the large warehouse in
( iptiiu I'lHhy's old shipyard, recently occu
tii.l hy Captain Davidson, near fleorgctown,
by ihu raer side.
Ihu l'-'ht baker' bread the country euu pro
iliicu In nianufadurud here, aud sent out In
(norinniit nugon loads to feed the thousands
W - ll..r lu this Wclnlty.
MjumM rNii. The Ooverumeut de-
lt, on tin ntiuue, near Ninth street, is now
ijulteabUBy late A large number of trains
are stop) lug then dallj.und much storage Is
sent iorwuni. a imiiiiitir. thlrtr Iv sixteen
fet, Is now being erected lor the accommoda
tion ol men employed about the depot and on
i lliolrack us barracks. .
liirAiuriAr Last. We take great pleasure
in nmiejuuiiiiji " vut jpuurm nut mv tiuiu
ftre-etjAdgo over the canal, about which we
hituftiOJiiucb recently, Is now about to be
put tiM 4wpectable condition for pabbtrx.
(,'aiJ.dlliJojlli) a lien llauk (lojrlut; over tlie
lneut dilapidated nndirotlen loveilng to tUo
mtffctw , ja. .sasty
VOLUNTriRS ElLlSTtNO IM Till KEOCLlH
Anstr. For several months past, a aystcm has
grown np, under the sanction of certain regn.
ar army omcers, uy wuich pnaic m ma
tanka of the Toluntcer reglmenU are allowed
to leave their regiments and enlist In the regu
lar army. For Instance t A captain In a volun
teer regiment details a certain man for some
pedal duty. The man remains at his post for
a time, and then Is Induced to desert hU regi
ment, leave tho post of duty, nnd cnllrl In the
regulars." While the captain of volunteers
14 thinking that the " special duty" Is faithful
ly performed, ho receives n note from some
"regular" captain, which Informs him that
the man, Johu Smith, lite a mcinltcr of his
company, has now enlisted In the regular
army, aud his clothing account and descriptive
list are demanded. This avsteni hat created a
trreat.dcal of confusion and misunderstanding,
besides being wrong In principle. We learn
that orders have Just been Issued by tho War
Department which pnt n stop to this practice
SELLifO Liquor to Botnuiis. Last Monday
night several soldiers made complaint that they
had left baggage at a hotel known as the "Union
House, w filch the proprietor refused to give
up to them. Lieut. Franklin, of tho night pa
trol, went to the house, nnd proceeding to the
bar room, caught the proprietors dealing out
whisky to four soldiers. Tlie proprietors,
Messrs. Duffy and O'Hara, wero arrested and
ordered to rejxirt to tho Central guardhouse
yesterday morning. They were examined by
Justice Walter and fined $20 for selling liquor
to soldiers. The Uaggago telonglng to the sol
diers who entered the complaint, nnd some
other stolen articles were found ou the premi
ses; these, nnd all tho liquors, were seized, tho
house was closed and the keys delivered to the
office ofthe Provost Marshal,
A cctdext. Yesterday noon, as one of the
horse-cars was on Us down trip from George
town 10 ine cicpoi, ami, wncn opposite tne
President's House, the conductor sloped tho
carlo let off aneldcrlr ladv.iind. na she was
getting off, she stumbled and fell Into the
street. Bhe would hare been seriously Injured
had Jt not been for the conductor, who Jumped
off, and took her out of the way of the passing
teams, She was somewhat bruised as It was,
but not dangerously, we believe. The con
ductor deserves much praise for rescuing the
lady from her critical condition. Conductors
cannot exercise too much care In helping ladles
to alight from the cars.
Personal. W. E. Hopping, San Francisco,
Cal.t B. F. Conuover, New Brunswick L. 8.
William , Cincinnati! ueo. w. ueardslec, .New
York t Samuel Gardner. New Yorki W. P. Koss
and John Ross, Cherokee Nation; C. E. flod
dard, U. 8. A. are at the Metroiwlltan.
eiov. xaieaanaios. ji. u. rorresi, cpring
fleld. Ohloi Col. Terrv and Ma lor Tailor. Cld.
cago; J. H. H. Ward, and Wright Banks, U.
S. A.f are at the National.
A MirsiCAL Prodiot. The French pipers
give the story of a strange and, In Its way,
touching police trial, worth recording on the
chance of Us being true. Plalrcnx, a boy ap
prenticed to one Dervlch, a turner, and bearing
an excellent character, waa brought Into court
for stealing an organ, deposited by a Pledmon
tese stroller In the passage of the house. The
culprit's defence was that he could not resist
the desire of borrowing It to make mutc with
it. Dervlch, the turner, attested. In evidence,
that the boy'a determined passion for music
broke ont In every conceivable form. Platreux
could remember, said the master, and he could
sing, every tnne ho ever heard saed npall
his sons to buy a flageolet or pipe, or any toy
lie could get u sound out of and falling these,
play at whistling to the leg of a table or chair,
or other make-believe substitute lying about lu
the turner's shop.
He had secretly possessed himself of the Ir
resistible organ ; and when the neighbors had
complained of the noise coining out of the gar
ret In the 11 rth dory afler ulue o'clock at night,
he had covered It (he owned In his cUrfcuce)
with a quilt, sous to stifle tho sound not so
thoroughly though, but that the Piedmontese,
on returning and finding his treasure gone, was
directed, by scraps of a known tune, to the
place where the boy wascnjoylng himself. Tho
magistrate, on Ihu strength of the testimony
artlessly irhcn by thu turner, the Plcdmoutcse,
and thuolfrnder, acquitted the Ikjv of nu Inten
tion to steal. Should the namn of Platreux
eer Itcconie famous In music, here la u tale to
raugo with those of the pilfered candle by
win' ii ceoasiian uacn sai up 10 copy nuxio
hude's flirure i and of the harpsichord clan
destinely studied by Arur In the top story of
ino mmoieiererfl w areuouse tu ua em itarcieu t
and the thousind other devices of strong pro
pensity uuaer eiiiucuitirs.
An iNctiiFNTor the PmxcrssPuB MiHiti
agi:. A Turin letter saysi "A singular Inci
dent occurred nt Turin on the occuslon ofthe
Princess Pla a marriage. Thctiergy ofthe ca
thedral, which Is thu parish church of the palace,
refused toce lebratethe marriage. In the church.
on the ground that It was to be effected by
proxy , 1 he clergy, ne ertiieiess, prcfentea lor
ktie roal slguaturo un order for 20,000f.,the
usual fee for a royal marriage. Tho Mug,
however, Instead of affixing his signature to
the order, drew his pen through it and returned
It to the Bishop of ifielln, w ho aluly endcavorr
ed to persuade his Majesty to change a decision
which ho had taken because he considered the
refusal to celebrate the marriage as nn Insult to
An Heir to 8e en teen Millions Died from
Povertt. An old l3dy died, n few days ago.
from sheer destitution, who was theclalmmt,
unucr a win to nu csiaie oi no less cuiin seven
teen millions of dollars. Although sho was
proinoiy tne legal neir, sue oecame so greatly
I tiiutru iiiui, nuiu iuuuii ucau 111 iiivriiiuip.
she had on neither shoes nor stockings, and
had evidently been without food for several
TnEUMTED Btates steanuhln Dacotah ar
rived yeslerda) from a cruise in search of the
rebel steamer Alabama. Hho sailed hence on
the 5th Instaut, and has beeti cruising Itttwecn
the last eud of Long Island aud Cape H tit t eras.
Ip the track of our treasure ships, but so far
wimoui unuing ine reuei piraeo. .iw lor
Attention, ArrLtCTrn I Dr. Vcllnj Is yet
engaged in an extensive practice In this city,
and we would call the attention of thu poor,
puny, emaciated victims of their own sins to
the best sources of remedy . I Irst, gh o up j our
prcseut course of life at once and forever; and
secondly, call on the most skilful phystclaus,
(and none are better than Dr. Vellny,) aud le
cured of tho dUvase which Is now uudcrmlu
Ing the constitution aud sending you to a pre
Hankinu Hates. The follow tug are the rates
at which bankers and brokers are buying aud
selling gold and silver the legal tender notes
being tho standard!
Gold - - J per c. prera. S I jvr c. prein.
Silver- - - 20 " JI '
Demand notes 24 2S "
Banks of Issue in Washington and George
town: Washington (leorgctown
Bauk of Metropolis. Fanners and Mech'a
Bank of Washington. Bank.
Patriotic Bauk, Bauk of Commerce.
Farni'a A Merch'a B'nk.
1 nn Bui i ion Bank redeems their notes In U.
8. Treasury notes, w hen iiy amount from one
doll ir upw ards Is pn.se nled.
WuiTiiicssT fjeiLrni, 411 lenn n , nex
door to tlie lilesrnith OllUr, conllnufS toAttrna
tbroiiga of v laitori to oblnln cam de t itltei of t Item
eh c and fi lends, wlilh si e so t rut hfully l rotliacd
nt this tlMt-iionarcit and rrlrbraltd rufablithmrnt
Curd llk-eiicin of our tllitlngulxhed genrrnli and
others, tngclhrr with ninny who hw fallen In
bit tit?, cm teohlslned AImo, purtrnltH In oil and
iVAicrruiuri ur uri lor iiem ie runijni ui-
DlBIHAULL INIUA llUUBLH GgODf. Mr II A
lUlllm. juit rcMlnd n lot of Otli trs' l-mf nud
Ilifhlilull linlHliid 1 eiKtsi aUo, dull liuUlat) Pun
rlios, extra Isrijv sIm s nlo, a lol of Urn 1 ncftUh
lalumn, tery 1uhk tl lutuchi which lm Is tit Ming
at iiuuuficliirers , rlnit.al hlslndlt Ituhbcr Unit
hoiike, 310 ltniis)l iiiIa iitemie. Ict'eii Mnlh
nnd Tenth street in.t .ltf
A Muni' oi Airit l Those who hue been
dot-tnrlog for weeks and mui.tl.ki wllhout oltalnliig
relief, should consult Itr 1 Ul.t Iitt, li0eulllc li
nt No 4 ll H street, corner of l Ighlh sticet, and h
rsdieallt cured JWnu -lite stirs experience ha
tMt.iia.1.i,i ir. Il.Ml.t(t's renutilloii us anhisl
elin Keccut cases t-uiuli lit a few divji Charges
moderite uu" iiiuuj i,
No i.1 lstreet,eonicrof eighth,
Opposite the General Post Office,
Vliloetou, NorcmbCT IT, 18W.
Ittleam fruin tlie draft on the gronnd of alien.
tge hare been alloirwl In the following cac i
Warue co.f Pcunsylranla,
Bernard 1'oDe - do
Charlea I.uJwIr - dn
Jamcall.Mar . - do
Balaer Wlcka do
fleorge Anngcr - do
Jamca Cavcnanffh do
ivuuam Biirpnce i
Adam Itarer - do
William HW llllama, Lnicrne
Hobcrt Tcninan - do
Howell PngU - do
Michael ContUntlue do
William Erana do
James Taylor do
Oeorge Mortln Bmllh, Frio
Ocorgo C. Kcllcl - Adama
Daniel Ilrooka Montonr
Jamea WhltMorth - llerka
Fronts Von Flea Lancaster
Jamea Mcdowan Montgomery
Department or BTATr,
Waaldngton, January 23, 1802.
The Secretary of Btato will hereafter receive
members of CongrcM on bntlnesa on Saturdays,
commencing wllh Saturday, the first of nett
WILLIAM H. 8EWAIID.
BV W, I- WAI.T. Jt CO., Auctioneers.
rMLMronrbALroh iiil mriHK&Tock
u nsr risn,, Liviotis, t wahs, m.RMi Ti'
CAILY SEALLt) MVI1S, 4f . HI ( ATALOQVy,
AT ALCriOS On TllUmiJAY MORNING, S7lh
Initant. at to o'clock, we shnll aril at the store of
Mesirs Osthelm Bros . No. 390 Prnniylmnia ure
mia, their entire stock of tine Wlnei, Ursndics,
UOfrnnc iimnuir ui luirr uwii imiuriAiion
(ripe Lef Gin, very high flavored
herry Wines of vsrlousjrrades
Port Wlnea.consUtlngof purejulce
Ixindnn liock and Burgundy
liourtoii Uhlikles direct from Kentucky
lire WhUkles direct from rVnnsjhanla
iSMtchnnd Irlih WhUkles from the bestdlitllle-
rl . .
Jamsica and m uroix num 01 irime quality
U-ttaTta Arrnck, wetcher and Klrtihwaiier
Ulsckbcrr) and Wach Brandies
Gin and Brand) Cocktails
Llmrct Wliics.cunttitlorof St. Kitenhe. M 1 mil
Hen, ht. Jnlteii, and also sunertor Chafeau Wines
tlder Vrindi and old Apide Jack In cliis and
Clgtrs, roniurltlng a splendid assortment of gen
uine imported Havana and domestic manufacture
Hermetically Scaled trults and lMeais.conilstlng
of Chicken, Turkey, Calves Tongues, fee , CHrui.
urnnu) ivacncaan Lnernes.aLC , riainauu nnxeu
Htcklcft. Chow-Chow, and Lobster. Green Corn.
Peaches, Peat, Succatoih, Tomstoci, Strlno Beans.
Currant, Strawberrj aod Cranberry Jellies and
others, forming a most complete afsoriment of
I-runs ana mean.
The Store Fixtures
The fittratlon of Grocers. KamtlUi. Sutlers ami
others Is called to this sale, the goods are all fresh
and only ottered at auction became the owners are
ehnnglng their business.
ine Bio re lor rrm, inquire ui in niiriiniircru
U. L. WALLS. CO,
no 19 Suu. Morn Chron nnd Mar J
BV AV. I. AVALI. A, COM Auctloueers.
Pr.Kt.MPTOm SALFOP A LARCK STOCK
OKFvniiiTvnc, STotCk, aVe , or a Dealer De
climiro BusiNE&s.Oii THURSDAV MORNING.
NocmtMr Sti, lommenelng at 10 o'clock, He u til
cltoiithe lint floor of the Auction Rooms, with
out icfcrne, for cash, Urpe stock, emhnclng
iMftnogan), taiuui marDie-iop ana ruin uu
1 Mahnganj and Plain Wardrohes
10 Watnut andMaliogan) SldetMardi
S3 alnut nnd Mahwani Sola And Tetates.
RK kera. 1- tsy and rarlor Chairs
10U Jenny Uud, (.reel an, Cottage, Ulzahethean and
other DouMeand Single liedateads.
SuWolnut, Cherry rxteualon Dining and other
Tat tea, dlllerent size.
Walnut Whatnot nnd 1- tacers.
Comforts, Blankets, Feather, Hair Bolsters and
FValher UihIi. llilr and Shu.k Matlrpaaea.
Cane aud Wood Seat Chairs nnd Hot kera. Urge
tarit i j
Gilt Mahogany, I Walnut Frame Mirror,
ingrain. Hemp, and other Carpets
10 7-Inch compute Cooking Mm e a
& 6-Inch do do do
10 it-Inch do do do.
All In order for Wood or Coal
Lot Furniture, bv order of the Administrator.
i li it utsiijr witter i it tea tu ruiiuiuir line, n mill
hat e leen rrmo rd to our store, for convenience of
noT la W. L. WALL k CO , Alicts.
IV JAH.C.SUCiUIHKi-CO., Auctlonrera
li SA! F OF IIOUS HOLD AND K1TCHLN UR
nlture, Dt-ntal Instruments, &c On THURSDAV
mornlntr. November2oth.at to o'clock, at the resi
dence of Ir. I'eahod), No, 3BS fourth street, lc
tween D and f streets, the first street east or the
City IUUt) we shall sell hla Furniture and I fleets,
cu in u riling
Dental Chilr and Spittoon,
Suit of alnui nnd Hair-cloth I'arlor Furniture.
Rosewood and other Mrlle-top Tatles.
Brussel'a. 1 hreti)lr. and other Car nets
Splendid silk Dinnsk Window Curtains and Tai-
Lad lea' Walnut Commode
Gilt Chandeliers and Gas Fixtures
Walnut. Mahoiranv and other Bedsteads.
Walnut and Rosewood MarLlc-top Bureaus and
alnut and Mahogany ardrols
A Superior lot of Cottage Furniture.
Bed and Table Linen, Blankets, Comforts.
Hair nod Husk Mattresses, rillows.
Oak 1 xttnsion Dining Tahle.
China, Glassware, Cutlery, Ve.
No 3 National Cook Mote, nearly new
Kitchen Furniture, flic.
nov 18 d Auctioneers,
AI.K UP IONURMNED
thru e Assistant (Ivahtchm aster,
U, a Ahh.,
Alexandria, Va , Aev. 14, Ibffi,
Thf?re will he oi1ired for sale at Auction, at this
place on Wednesdaj, the 19th Instant, at II o'clock
a m, a quantity of condemned Iul)lo Proper!) ,
Hlicksiiilth's and Csrenter's Tools
Artlller J Umes
Shot els aud Spades
Axes and Hatehets
Scale SflLe ,Uc
Payment 1 j he made, before dell, er , In Tressurj
notes, and all articles iu,chashel to he re mm ed 1m
luedtatelr alter the sOe
ihe sale will I held open and continued from
d to d ij . until all the property is disposed of
' Ull VtRbOSON,
L'spiain, Atsisiani unnennasier,
no 15 dt I U, H, Army
)HOP. AI.KXANJ)Klt AVOI.OWHKI,
PIANIST, V0VAUST, AND COMPOSER,
lias returned from his professional lour, and, h)
request of his numerous friends and pupils, opened
a euurw for I he llano aud Muglng, h) his new and
simplified method, lu Vnshliiytou,ou1he 171). No-
lit Pi of. ulowhkl's sj stem a person hat ing onlj
a slight knowledge of umslo will 1 enabled, In a
i ery short time, to read musle with K'eat faclllt) ,
and execute operatic as well ns daisies! music with
As to the vucsl pnrt,l) his way of uaallzatlon,
henrrlte at iiumt extranrdinsry results, renders
1 1, wtlHt iiuwcrrul. nnJ enl les the slncrer toio
eaJUe with ficlllt), accurac), and line quality of
Ladles' nnd dentlrmen's 1 lenlntfhlnKlnn; CUsuet
uroniirned at 6o'cloekn in. when Prof Uolownkl
will also explain the lull theory of music and read-
Inu J mi eiii ine uu.t.riirrs iu una liiib
are aeeepted ouly till the 1st of December, ItfffJ
Prof W olowskl rece h es visiters dally from io tu
13 a. m , at his residence, No 4M Tenth street
no J Im
JVHT Il'KCKIVKll, a large and superloratock
or CAKPLTS and OILCLOTH amounting to
jjQ pieces, pure halted fur eavh of a Northern in twin
laLlurer UeilinlnK buslneKs
Ai.n. h larVH lot i,I t UMfOIlt S RS. WISDOM
SHAM, (HiKhLHi, OLAbS M ARli and other
llUi.-iLht-I.flSU iHIH Lib, Includtnif Parlor,
LhmUr ami other SfOI'l Alt kinds of CAM-
Sit HHSUlUt , both new and seeunu-nana
P irtles wishing Io buj will uao time and inoiiej
Lv cnlllniCat Ihecbeipia.hstoriiof
T It Hit 111.., ISsHfVenth street,
no 10 I m east side, oelween e and II
tainiA it ttiiii lit Uiiitus rim oltte to buy lour
HUllUr W t OMA, I 1 (.IJINM, DAMP ULANKt TS,
HAM-LOChH, HAVf KHALKtLand eery article
liiadcfrom INDIA KUUUl- II, Is at M A ..ALL'S
India Hubber Warehouse, where )ou can obtain
them at manufacturers' prUes, 3iu Pennsjlvanla
avenue, lM!iwren titueu auu ivuwi iu- w
W-MEETINGOFCHAPIjIINS. A special tntet
lng of U. ft. Army Ch si pat as, including those on
duty at the hospitals, will he held at the loung
Men's Christian Association rooms. Pennsylvania
arenue, near Sixth street, on WLDNKSDAV next,
at 13 o'clock noon, for tha purpose of considering
what steps should he taken by tnem to procure an
Improvement In the manner of the burial of de
ceased volunteers. C W. Dl NISON,
nov 18-tt Secretary.
rt tsonlcA special communication of the
M W. (irand Lnd.re.orF. and A. M,. ofthe District
of Columbia, will be held at Masonle Hall, corner
of D and Ninth streets, on WDNSDA evening,
the l.h of November, at 1) o'clock.
iunctuai atienuance is reuursieu.
By onler ofthe M W.O M mbmp
W. MORRIS SMITH,
nor IS it Grand Secretary
They purify, strengthen, and Im Igorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to change of water and diet.
Ther overcome effects of dissipation and lata
hours. . . .
They strengthen tnesystem ana enliven me mina
They prevent miasmatic and Intermittent fevers.
The) purtfythebreathandacldtty ofthe stomach.
They cure Dyspesla and Constipation.
Ther cure Diarrhoea. Cholera, and Cholera Mor
bus . . ...
They cure urer complaint anu nervous neao-
They are the best Bitters In the world They
make the weak man strong, and are exhausted
nature's great restorer. They are made of pure
St. Croix Hum, the celebrated Callsaya Bark, roots
and herbs, and are taken with the pleasure of a
hererage, without regird to are or time of day.
Particularlr recommended to delicate persons re
quiring n gentle stimulant. Sold bj all Grocers,
DrugfrUts, Hotels, and Saloons. P, H. DRAKE at
tu , aw uroauwny, new sort. iv -
tr-natch tlor'a Hair Dye The tlest In
the World William A. Bachelor's celebrated
Hair Dye produces a color not to be distinguished
ftYim ntnri warranted not to In lure Hair In the
least, remedies the Ill-effects nf bad dyes, and 1m 1g
oratet the Hair for life. GRFV.HhD,or RUSTV
HAIR Instantly turns a splendid Black or Brown,
leaving the hair soft and beautiful. Sold by all
rS-Therenulneisslirned WM A. BATCHELOR.
oiithe four sides of each box.
Factory, No. 81 Barclay street, (Late 333 Broad
way and 1 Bond,) New York. ray3- ly
tTr- The Great Pcnnir Irani nottte The
3ulckest and safest route to the Northwest and
outhwest. Twothroughtralnsdally, and one on
Bunda. Soldiers' tickets at Government ratea to
all the principal points In the North and Ucst.
For tickets and further Information apply at the of
flee or the "Great Pennsylvania Route." northeast
corner Pennsylvania avenue and Sixth street, un
der National Hotel. Office open from 7 a. m. toO
p, m ton Sundays 3 to 4 n. m,
tl A UdflYi-tkl
aug 8 ly Agent.
Hpelal Nolle On and after Tuesday,
April 1, 1867, the trains on the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad will commence running daily. (Sundays
excepted,) leaving this Station at7 4u a. m , and
connecting at waaningion junction wim roan
Train for atl parts ofthe West via Wheeling or
Parkersbunr. Through tickets sold and bargace
checked. W. P. SMITH,
ni. oi Transportation utiu it. ie.
t"Vemton'a ProRreaaof SlaiTery Copies
ofthla work are for sale at tbeofQceof the National
Republican. Pamphlet edition. S3 cents. Bound
edition, 13 cents
CI i IIC. fOWNCMl afMINSRYt
r Mill HABBOft-H'S.
A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
131 West Street.
1 he duties of this Inst Itutlon will be resumedon
the 6th of September. Circulars maybe obtained
at the principal book-stores In Washington, or by
addressing the principal,1
augso-TTAseni M.J, flARROVER.
' roit 1 OVXU KVADIKS,
No, (11 K Street, Near the Cikcle.
TERMS, ter Quarter of ten weeks Quarter
commencing at the dite of admission 1
I- lementary Classes In Fngluh G 00
Advanced Classes In Ingllsh Literature 1
and N.lence included - - - . 9 00
I lementari Classes In l-Jigllsh, trench, and
Miuio ...----. ri oo
Advanced Classes in Fngiisn. French and
Music --.--.--- 10 00
Extra charge for Spanish, German, ItaJlan, Latin,
nuti uiiicr LsnguaKn
Dr. ZAPPONK will glie Lectures, and otherwise
assist, wnrneierjie can sare nine from msmem
ol 3 MRS.A.ZAPPONF, Principal
IAinVltW fiOARDINQ SCHOOL,
rouxa mex and hoys.
Board and Tuition, $140 per term, of ten months.
rupus aumiiieu ai any lime.
Hcnr) Janne,31H Pennsylvania avenue.
Dr. Ti son. Drurrlat. Ninth and L streets
John Hauxhurst, tour-and-a-half street, near F
Joshua Newbold, Quartermaster's Department,
GFORGE A. NEWBOLD,
no 4 lm Principal.
l)UOIM)SALH FOIl VLUUK.
bEAtLu PnoposAM are Invited till the 3d day of
Dfcember, latiJ, at I J o'clock m., lor furnlshlog the
SubsUtence Department with .-u.uw JJARH1- La UF
lUds will be received for wbst U known as No 1,
No 2 and No. a, nud for any portion less than the
jo.wto barrels, Ulil. lor the dlHerent grades should
be upon separate sheets of paper. No bid will be
entertained unless the bidder Is present to rempond
to his bid.
The quantlt) of Flour required will be about boo
hirrelsdiill), delivered either at the Goernment
arehouscs lu lieoreelown or at the Railroad De
put nt u ashlmeton, it. V.
The usual uitern(iieut Insjiectloi) will be made
just before the Flour Urt eel, ed,
Tlie barrels to be head-lined
lllds will be accompanied with an oAlhof alla
Blance, and be directed to Col. A. BLCKW1T1I, A.
D U and C S , U. H. , Washington, D C , and
endorsed Propos-tl for Flour.' no 19
rpIUS IS TO CirVKNOTICK, That the sub
J. scrlber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of
AB)itngtou county, lu the District of Columbia,
letters of ndmlnlstratlon on the personal estate of
Nicholas Snjder, late of Washington county, de
i cficil All nernoni hai lmr claims aealnst the said
dnensednre hcreb warned to exhibit tho same,
wnn ine toucneri inereoi, loino suuscriurr, on ur
beforetheelghteenthda) of No ember nexti the)
may otherwise bj law be excluded from all benettt
of sild estate.
(ill en under my nana inn lain uav oi novemuer,
A. D vx":
mil i& lawsw
Monr. unAUTirnii cmsakh. wehaie
now on exhibition the largest and best assort
ed stock of
LAD lit S CLOAKS
wehaieeteroilcred to the public Among them
will be found all the new stjlesof theseasonand
at ier moderate prices k
AUo, y losted beat er, Lion Skin, Plush, and Black
Cloaktiifr I loth, tu great arlety
no ll cuUGt M. TA LOK S. CO.
OAK HAM. ChOTJIINIJ IIOOM,
No 4W, seienth street, below F.
The subscriber takes great pleasure In announo
lng to his old I fiends and Customers, that he has
oiened n new store at No 461 Seventh street, near
K, win the has a tine, selected stock of Clothing
Jj t.f and Ho) s wear, which they hat e just re
ceded Irom the North, andotlers them tor sale at
the lowest Northern prices
pp 24 3 in Clothiers, 404 beventh street.
1OIt SALK SteraUer fine horses, suitable
1 for arm) ottleers, trained for the Held "
A brotighim and large bsrouehe. Tlie carriages
are In goiedordtr, and will be sold cheap
I iiqulre at 45el Twelith street, between O and H
strttts 'v ia 8t
1.M1II NKAV niC The schooner Daildson
will loud lor tho atmve port, and will recehe
U.spatchlorl-rclBht Avpl) to PLU RUt RRY,80
Mler street, t.eortetown. nov Id 3t
lAMI'HTOVRSI g wji.
i urt now mtnufacturlud CAMP, COOK and
iuaiimi siutS. which we will sell bv the
dozen er hundred as cheap as the) can be bought In
i ii k ji i unrciUHi,
321 Pin n ntenue,near1thstreet.
IOHHICNT Desirable tornlshed rooms, (with
X board ) pUstantly located lu Georgetown, near
therlt) tars Io permanent lenant, terms mode
rate. Apply at IM est street, bear High strait,
Georgetown nov 10 tf
NOW IS TIIK T1MF TO 1IUY OUIl CLOTH-
logof , '
L. A HI ALL 4; CO.
No 3ill txienth street,
uep !& 3m
5U0doz llermctknlh Sealed Goods, consisting of
trults, Jellies, Meats, cgetables, Pickles, ic.
Just reeeUed aud for sale at New ork market
Tint afreet, near iVnii'fl ttvtnn.
ANOTHER GREAT BILL.
The eminent actor and actress. Mr and Mlia
COULDOCK, for the first and last Urns, This ( WKI
NSDAY) MINING, Nov, 19, In the singularly
thrilling play of
it w u m r Ja
IauIsXI - Mr. Couldock
Dauphin -- Mlts Couldock
The character of Louis XI, as Mr. Couldock repre-
,rnu it, ia crriaiiDir
A MASTIHPILCE OF DRAMATIC ART,
After which the farce of
MR. BISHOP appearing In It.
FRIDAY, Benefit of Mr. Couldock.
SATURDAY, Benefit or Mr. Bland.
Due notice wilt be given of the
HHST SERIES OP OPLHA tilUHTS,
By the English Opera Troupe.
CniniillmeQtarr tickets or nssaes will not be hon
ored during Opera NIghts,should there be any such
admission ptsics out.
PRICI 3 OF ADMISSION.
Dress Circle and rarquette, 60 rentst Orchestra
Seats, 70 rents) Fa mil j Circle, 3 centst Colored
Parterre, 50 cents) Private Boxes, $Q.
Doors oien at 6f o'clock! performance commen
ces at 1)1 o'clock. nor 19
Jrnna arrnue, near II ularar Hotel.
Leo r a a ii Groer,
THIS (WEDNESDAY) FVFNINO,
JIIB3 LUCILLE WESTERN.
MISS KATK BBhlK, L. P. BARRETT,
V. 3l.lVtit.LL Ptrt HVULKS,
1 he Best Company In Amerlcs
W 1 L U II V X T H K B H
I It K h A N D ami AMKUICA.
(. II E K N II U B II K 8
A Hundred Tears Ago.
Wllh Fntlre New Scenery.-
new ana i armor Mecnanicai enects.
Novel Appointments, e , kc.
Admission 60, 05, and 79 cents. nor I
1TIXONg -WAHIIINOTON THEATRE,
Cor C ana Eleventh its., near Jrn, cremttr.
AVrilueaUay Krenlufr, November ltth,
Third appearance of
lu the romantic drama entitled
T II K "WIZARD 8 K I P P ,
Tlie Massacre of Sclo.
CUBAS will sustain TIIRFE CHARACTERS.
Ingara, the Glpsc) Boy, - Cubas
Also execute a
A TKRRI1IC COMBAT.
To De followed with the musical burlesque,
Cliaufrau, A It. Darenporf ,
And the Fntlre Dramatic Company.
Doors open at 7j to commence at 7; precisely,
renntiylvania awnw and Seventh sfref.
Finii Week of the grnaou.
Continuation or the Gohoeols Spectacle
FIELD OF THE CLOTH OF O0LD,
Introducing theexcItingGamca ofthe Tournament.
V Irst ap)earance ofthe amusing Clown,
EATON STONE as Clown, In the representation of
Urlmaldl on Horseback.
Dr. JAS. L. THAYLR.THF COMIC MULF, AND
ALL THE COMPANY,
In the pantomime of
Lrfire aud Pliautoms.
2VronHarf I both Afternoon and Night,
1 aTANTKD. A Urge room for storage, (ground
yV floor or basement,) in the lclnlt oflenrv-
sjltanla atenue, from Fifth to Twelfth streets.
Address "Union'' at this ollkc. no 12 dtf
BONKS AND CAMP GRFASK WANT D The
subscribers will pay the highest market price
for any quantity of liones and Camp Greair, delli -ere.1
at their mill, foot of O street,
oct Jleolm MORUAN At RHINFHART.
WANTKD-At the New York Fmployment
Agency Ofllce, No alt Ninth street, near
Permit IvMnlftaienue. TWJ NTY-FIVK 20I White,
and Colored GIRLS, with good references, as Cooks,
Chambermaids, Laundresses, Waitresses, Nurses,
and Seamstresses Also, )oung Colored Men, to
wait on tables in mvaie ramuies or noicia. aiso
wanted, houses Immediately, with or without fur
niture Lmplojersln want of good help, will nnd
It to their adt antage to call.
ma) a u
N. 11. 1MILLFR.
WANTKD. For a gentleman and his wife, a
Double Parlor, with flrst-claas furniture and
board. Price not so much a consideration at a nfrt
The best city reference glten and required. Ad
dress "Banker," at the City Post Offlce.
riMinACCO AICU SKUARH
X For Hale att Wliolesnle.
3J0 boxes of Tobacco, light and dtrk,
1 pound Lumps,
Ji pound Lumps,
4' Jiound Lumps, and 10's.
Sou gross Hne-cut Chewing, In tin full, different
DUO gross Fine-cut Smoking, i arlous brands. ,
200,000 Segars, suitable for Sutlers nnd Retailers.
All ofwhlch are ottered at the lowest wholesale
prices, b) JAMt S WALLACF,
W High street, Georgetown, D. C
Goodsdell.eredtoany part of the District, free
of charge, nov 17 lw
TiTKW Y1U 11 K HUHINKNN,
LAW, FINANCIAL AND C0LLE0TINO.
invoice bills a business motes negotiated.
Protested Notes and Defermed Accounts
BTOCKH AND BONDS BOUGHT AND SOLD
FCLUSIVFLV ON COMMISSION.
GOVERNMENT CLAIMS BOUGHT.
By O. 7 HOUSF,
Counsellor at Law,
5 NaBsau street, New York.
5-Ten years In State and United States Courts.
Advice gratis. , apt 8
NAVY AGKNT'H OFFICK,
Waihinoton, Nov. 10, 1661
pHoroBAU will be recehed at this oUlte, until
Monday, the first of December next, at a o'clock
p. m , for two hundred and ten thousand (210,000)
jards of Whit Cartridge Cloth, In width nnd pro
iiortlons, as follows, In
10,000) ards, 1 Inches wide
lo,ouo " iri
I0.UW " S9,
uu,ouu " so
10 0U0 " 31
tu ihj uciitrrcti ai iub mi) miUkiH twain)
free of cost to the Government for freight ur trans!
liortatlon. S P BROWN,
novlB dtl Na.y Agent,
DU, LUCICIVOUU coutluiies till, prac
tice of Dentistry, in the Washington Idulldlng,
corner Peons) Ivania avenue and Seventh street.
Hai lugpractUed In the South nearl) sixteen) ears,
he feels assured that he can gh e sat israelii n to any
that ma) call
Teeth Inserted on Vulcanite, Rubber, ur Go
Plate. Chloroform administered when dtsilred ,
200,0011 Domestlo Seuars, consisting of Keed and
Sied and lla ana ofthe best uualm . lout ud In
most desirable st)les, for sale at unuio all) low
I pr ,M
I I OKT-At AVUlards Ilotel.br between there
t Xj nd the Metropolitan, a Mluuhandiim Boos,
containing notes oi Jianu, mus oi inuuig, ana oiner
papers, of no valuu toon) one but the owner. Also,
a small amount of uncurrent money of noalue.
Any person leailng It at this offlce will bo llberallj
rewarded JIKNHV P. Pj.RKLR.
nov n It
CAIf TKHBCRT HAU I
LOVIIIAR ATtkOI, nu itn IT.
Thi Mm! Froiprroul rlact of imyummt lit,
CROWDED HOUSES I'
PKLIQHTKD AODIKNCtJt .
PatronlKd iJ th.
CiatT atari cincit m tiir Conarar
Now In th. R.eoad Y..r of .or Olorlon.
Xd nich Word at " ml," villi .
THE LARGEST, MOST TALENTED COMPANY
STAR PERFORMERS APPEAR EVERY M0IIT
ANEW BILL T0-NI01ITI
of Ilia beautiful
and tha eharmloK
Thll li poilllvf If lh LAST WEEK ofthe
MIRK AONRB It V T IIKRL A S O.
TIIR GOVRT OF BEAUTY.
Mile IJiett., Jennie All.u,
UUIe Br.n'don, Tilly Forbea,
Mill Jennie and Ella
IN NEW DANCES.
Seeo&d week of
a soros Jt. SDStsoir,
Comlo Voealtit and Comedian.
la Two New Neirro Aeti. ,
Willi. Annilrnf, IVIlIle Ealmn,
IK MEW ACTS.
A NEW BALLET,
Produced under the direction, of
THE HAUNTED CHAMBER.
A FULL BAUD Of MIXSTKKLtj.
The performance to conclude with the laughable
Geo. Edeaon . aa - - Thoma.
A SPLENDID FARCE COMPANV.
Doora open at IVl performance,7X olock.
Admllilon, So cental Orchestra Chalra, 60 cent,.
Monday, November 94tb,
First appearance of
al'LLK ANMKTTA OAIX1TTA,
The Bert French and Spanith Danieus in the
MONB. K. VALAHDK,
The Best Male Dancer in America t
OP THE HEW
OF THE HEW
or THE MEW
A. M. HERNANDEZ
A. M. HERNANDEZ
A. M. HERNANDEZ
IS HERE) 19 HERE I IS I1FRE f
A aJ ehen on AondflwA a note of it,
THE SUN 8HINES FOR ALL) J
no 12 tf
-pilOPOSALS FOR BIARULK TILB.
TacAsvav I XTERBIOH, Nov. 13, ISO!!
PROPOSALS WILL BE RLCEIVED at the Bu
reau of Construction, Treasury Department, until
MJVwutUKT isi, low, n ji.. tor (uiiubujub iuu ibj
lng Marble Tile for tha Halls and Corridors of the
west section oi ine i rcasurr afeKiension.
Said Tile Is to be of the best quality of Italian
whila vein marble and tha best aualltvof clear
black marble of equal hardness as the Italian, and
in such proportions oi eacn aa may ue requ.rcu, iu
be not less than one Inch thick on the edge, all
sawed and worked sauare. and well laid In cement
or Plaster, as shall be most satisfactory, and wllh
a uoruer oi wnue marine, not icss uian one iooi
wide, laid at the base throughout. The site of tile
may be from 12 to 18 Inches square, of uniform site
24,000 superficial feet when laid.
in cacn siurv. i lie nmoum rvtiuirru niu uv iiwui
samples io oe lurnisncu vy eacn uiuuer, snowiog
the quality he proposes to furnish, and proposals to
state price per superficial foot when laldj also to
name price ter square foot separate for the black
and white marble tiles; the quantity of each kind
and form of Is) lng them to be decided hereafter.
The work of la lag the tile to be done from time to
time as the halls are made ready to reeele It.
The Bureau wilt reserve the right to reject any
or all the bids, if In Its opinion it be not for the In
terest of the Go, ernment to accept them.
. ISAIAH ROGERS,
llnglncer In charge Treasury Department.
no 15 tin
riHIlS IS TO (JIVE NOT1CK, That th
X subscriber hath obtained from the Orphans'
Court of Washington county. In the District of Co
lumbia, letters of administration on the personal
estate of Noah Drummond, late of Washington
county,deeeased. All persons having claims against
the said deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with tha vouchers thereof, to the subscriber,
ou or before the fifteenth day of November next)
they may otherwise bylaw be excluded from all
bene tit of the said estate.
GUeuuuder m) hand this fifteenth dayof No
t ember, A. D. 1SU. JOHN S. DRUMMOND,
Prince George county, Md
LUlma ngainst the estate may be left at the offlce
of Lemuel J. Mlddleton, 1 ( , corucr of Twelfth and
F streets. nov 17 law3w
GAS AND STEAM FITTER,
C04 Seventh atreet, near Canal Bridge,
All orders executed at the shortest notice, In the
most substantial manner, and on reasonable terms
personal attention gh en Io e, ery department of
the business. nov SO
1.1 O II HAL 1,-The STOCK. FI VTURLS and
GOOD WILLofallrst-class Wholesale Liquor
aod Sutler Latabllihmenti has been doing a tine bu
siness for two ) ears) located Io the central part of
Petm. aienuei will also uiake a Hrst-class restau
rant, tor full particular apply to the Agencj Of
llce, fill Ninth street, nesr Ph. aieuue
Also, Cit) Proper t) and Houses for sale,
X TRAJIS 1VANTKUII
A good price will be paid for drawing wood Irom
a polut about three miles south of the Insane Asj
lum, to the Potomac opposite Alexandria. Dis
tance, two miles, oi er a lirst rate lei el road
Lartscanhe woikeoto aaiamnge
Appl) at once, at 474 rourleenth street opposite
ClOMK ONF, COME ALL, TO L. A. BEALLJt CO ,
to get ) our Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Trunks,
Hats, aud Caps,
o 8B seventh street.
se2o 3in between I it K'