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eeiirul drama of Wept b.vlk WlarMan-Wlih"
wai pliyedaMln, before large er.,1 faihloniMe
auaiencealthli houte lait erenliyr. Cubaaeppeara
e Narremattaii, od II hlghrr euceeetful In lh
part. Thli erenlaa: It will tx performed for rati
tlrclf the lHt time. ' Colurabui," one of Broujhl
m'l happieit etlbrta, will kin bepreteated forth
ecoad time. It wti produced Uit nljht for th
nrit time, ud u reoelred with thoutt of ligh
ter and epplttiie. Cubu ppen during the pleo
and eaeeotet one of her celebrated r.irdih Bane,
rono'i TiitAlmt. Fetfeet Amrn. frd'l
Theatre, letteienlnftwaithe gay and 'eitlveieea
ofbeiutraodtaihlon. Tlie houte wa a perfeet
Jau The open tuned th moit tutldloni. All
th ladle were preeent Mlit Cuollne niching.
repreieated,the part of Stella la her uiualpleaelnf
trie. Defer, eurlelted with Ueatrleale, the opera
la pleating change. Let all our people of refined
teate we Mitt Caroline and Mr. Peter Rlchingt,
and the entlr troupe., k t
Oaona't TiltAfac Lucille HVafere. 'eat
Ltnnt "At thlt theatre, to-night, will be prraent-
i unrni requrai 01 many of it admlren,
the plar of "Eatt Lynn" That Itt repetition
honld be demanded by tht tltltort at Grorer'a
comfortable, elegant theatre, It luffldent, of lltelf,
to atamp the piece at one or the moit merltorloui
ever produced on any ttage even Crorer't, where
nothlngmerelypattablillirer brought out. To
thote who haie not teen ' Eatt Lynne," no richer
treat could be offered
CATtDr We never Wltneued a place of
amutement o dentcly crowded at waa the Canter,
bury (ait night. Th great danaeute, Annette Gal
MU, waa received uttd th moit enthutlaitle ap.
plaute, and when, with th mott attonlahlng tut
and grace, the moved through her difficult and mag-
uiiikvu, tiHvn, ma mgnrtr expectation of even
the moit critical among the vatt audience were
more than fully reallted Mont. Velarde alto
proved hlmtelf very tuperlor, and, Indeed, w think
him Juttly entitled to th reputation of being the
bett mal dancer In America; Th aplendld corpe
de ballet executed their dancet with true artlttlo
in, ana in memoere o( th dramatic company
performed In the uiual admirable manner.
Jdxon'i CatMotm Giaour ctacva. Thlt at.
ternooa and night, the favorite of the Cremorn
will appear, the performantet termlnatlngwlth the
" Fony Race Mr. Eaton atone wilt ride, to will
Mlta Carroll, whlUtthedepartment of fun will b
under the tole control of Mr. Jamee Reynold, who,
It appeart, hat command of the cachlnatory organa
of the people On Tburtdty the Cremorne regular
troupe will appear a( Georgetown', and on Monday,
Dec. 1, at Alexandria. On Thanktgirlng Day the
new iroupe win appear here.
poooNEWtroalMVAUDt. Thote of our reader!
who ar afflicted with any of " th lilt that lleih it
belr to," will be glad to hear that many wonderful
cum have tieen lately performed In waahington,
of catea that had been held by phvtlclana of high
mwuu wiuniuiuw, jiui, pernapi. in motf
urprlltng feature of the whole affair it, th fact
that the nerton who nrnaaM... tM. Mm!.,.!
powrr, and who eo beneficently exercitet It, It a
lady an amiable, well-bred woman, at well aa an
expenenceu.iKuuuipnrilclan. uentlemenof thla
city, not two or four, but tome twenty or more,
bear tettlmony to th curatlv powrrt of Mn
Wren, th ladr to whom m rr. Onm. r th
gentlemen hat e been enttrely cured by thla lady of
obttlnate catet of chronlo rheumatltmi othera. re-
L1 .v.," r "" "'ti !, pareiyiu.
bronchltft, tumort, typhoid feicr, Ju: in thort,
there would aeem to be no dl..... nrr iM.k mh
U ren uoet not exerclte a tuccetiful control. If ro
..,...., vh w u.Bbru uuvu im aiairiucuit oi'ner
numerout patientti and theee, be It remembered,
are of the moat cultivated cIaum in u a.M..An
It glvea ua pleaaur to ttata that th moral aiano)-
idbvi nra ran unquearionaDic, and that an
ihouid bot beclaated with the "female phytlolant"
who tnfett our larg cltlee, and whot practice It
conllned, exclutlvely, to producing abortion) Mra
Wren la a perfectly legitimate practitioner, and
would not, on any contlderatlon, perform any act,
profettlonally or otherwlte, unbeoomlmr a blah-
minded woman and a mother of a family. Mame-
.- - -.. j.w whnh rcoiBuir iv me meant
rmplo) ed by Mn W ren for elrectlng her wonderful
curet The retldeneeof thlt lady It at 4U K atreet,
between sixth and Seventh. . '
POLtrc MATTEKt Sunday LaurfDce Pelear
wai irrtitrt tot btlnn drunk and tlUorderlr. Jui
UceDrunr fined him $3. f
John Murphy wu ariyitedon thecbirreof bclac
an tneendlarj. Jmtlee CUTtoacointnlttrd him to
Jail for court.
Siuan Dugan wai arrettrd for bclor drunk and
dlaordrrlr. Juitlce CUrtoaflardheris.
John Mllli waa arretted for disorderly conduct.
Juitlce Clayton fined him .11, which heipald and
waa discharged. -
Wm. Hennan was arretted for anault. Juitlce
Johnaon bound him orer to keep the peace
Ceo. Howard wai arretted for larcenr. Juitlce
Walter committed him to J all for court
Dranli Donohoe, John Murray, and Wm. O
Brlen. were arretted for larceny. Juitlce Fercuion
committed them to Jail
Can't Boroanan wai (arretted for buying atolen
J:oodt. Justice Ferguton ordered him to rive bail
John Htnes wat arretted for disorderly conduct.
Justice Stratton lined htm $i M, which be paid and
Chat. Galerrrr and John Pepper were arretted
for anault and batter). Juitlce otrattonioinmltted
them to Jail for court.
r Wm Quollan and John Bryon were arretted for
astault and batter) . Justice btratton turned Quol
Ian o er to the guard, and lined Bryon I3.M. which
he paid and wat discharged
The Emancipation Commiiiiohebi Thla
Board, whose duty It Is to examine and award the
claims for compensation under the Dlttrlct eman
cipation act. hat e been In session since the 2th of
April latt. since which time they hare been indus
triously laboring to bring their work to completion
within the specified time, (nine months ) They
have nearly closed their labors In appraising the
slaves, taking tettlmony as to the title and lovalty
of the claimant!, to , and are now making prepara
tions to render their final report, which will be
made within about three weeks.
Claims have been presented for about 1,100 slaves.
but some will be rejected on account of disloyalty
ana other legal disqualifications, leaving a little
lets than three thousand which will be paid for un
der the act.
The couunlstloners have also granted free papers
to about one hundred slatci whoie owners were
diiloyal or refused to present their clalmi. Thla
was in accordance with the amended act of July 12.
lee-j. ' '
drunken soldiers entered the rettaurant on the cor
ser of Four-and-a-half and N streeti, kept by a Mr.
MckJoritnPurPMI t Kettinj something to
drink, but the bar tender told them they could not
hai e anything to drink, as ee did not sell liquor to
soldiers, whereupon they commenced to attack
him, when Mr. Mack interfered and a general light
ensued whlchjaited for some minutes, until the po
lice arrived and carried the aiiallanta off to the
station house, where they were brought up before
Justice Btratton yestcrdai. who heltfthen, to bail
In the sum of $266
COMTaiBUTIOMI FOR THC CONTRABAND DlNHEB
It appears that the colored people are taking quite
"Vu interest In the dinner to be given to the contra
bands on the 27th Instant. The Rev. Mr. Turner,
pastor of the Itrae) Bethel church, on Sabbath
night requetted hit congregation to bring their do
nations to his otnee by lu o'clock on Thursday
morning Something very liberal ray be looked
for from that large assembly. We are also In
formed that the colored Asbury church collected
fifteen dollars for this object, on the same evening,
notwithstanding no prewous notice was given
Medical Examiner! A r minted The Com
missioner of Penitons has made the following ad
ditional appointments of pension bureau surgical
examltem, vlit Dr John 8 Crawford, at Wll
Uamsporl. Pa t Dn. a W, Humphrey, at Mount
Vernon, tt Samuel Martin, at Worcester, Mass
Wilson Jewell, 4J N. Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pat J K. Lee, West Philadelphia, Pa.i Wm O.
UllUngham.liTN.lhlrteenth street, Philadelphia,
Pa i James Cummlikey, 631 Spruce street, do , do t
Wm. Blaokstone. Atheni, O t Henry Jonei, Jack
sonville, ill Benjamin Con . Waukegan, HI t Leigh
McClung, Xenla, O '
iMfOBTANT TO LANDLORD! AND TENANTS. The
Com mitt loner of Internal Revenue thai decided
that a strict construction relating to stamp duties
upon leaie, fcc , (ichedule B, p. , t, U) will re
quire that a stamp of thedenomlnatlonof fifty (60)
tenti be artlxed to each leaie, or agreement to feaie.
from month to month no period of )ean being
named muit be oonitrued to mean and be regarded
at a "lease for a period of time," fcc j and. there
fore, suhlect to the itamp duty ImpotedW law
upon such Instrument.
Flft) -trot leateitampi are now ready for dellv-
IMPOBTANTTO PERiONS OOINO SOUTH Notice
has been given by Major Turner, Judge Advocate,
toallladreswtihlogtogoSouth, thai all applica
tions muit be made In writing, and verified by
oath prevloui to the lth of December next. Each
applicant will be required to state her name, age.
and residence the date when ihe came within the
mtlltan Unci of the United States, for what pur
pose, and where iqe has ilnce resided the place
shedetlres to go to, and the purpose or object
thereof One trunk or package of female wearing
apparel, not weighing over one hundred pound,
will be allowed
Sever ai Commissioned UrruEHshailugpastei
far medical treatment, have been arretted by the
rirovott guard recently, being found by the latter
n rather doubtful localities to obtsla medical
treatment It la fatr to presume that at) officer,
whffis well enough to dance attendance on rum
hole and brothels, ( well enough to perform his
duties In the field
M9mtmmHmtm,il,Ttocmm fh.i-iii' i-f. ti
CITT ConciL-llev tf ilfaan Th Board
met at the uaual hour,
our, latt evening the Pretldent
tl. K Drown, kao J In the chair.
announdoir the approv! of the
iicauon waa received, from th Mavor.
nriHWal Af IKa tt i ..a T '
Act mftklaf p-
proprlatlons Jbr the contingent and other expenses
of the public achooU of the city for the flscaVyear
endlnar Jud ml IBM." ate. '
Alto, the H Act In relation to public squares, res
ervations, streets, Ac M '
A communication was received from the Superin
tendent of Police, estimating the amount heeded to
pay the expenses of the several police, station-
Mr. Pepper presented the opinion of the corpora
SEi!f W W S" whether an appro
prtatlon oouldlte legally made out of the general
fund for the opening of South Capitol street It
had never been customary, and. In the opinion or
A resolution was Introduced by Mr. Brodhead
directing the Committee on Police to inquire If any
discrepancy existed between the amount of fines
and pen ties imposed for violations of law since
the establishment of the Metropolitan Police, as
reported by the superintendent of police and bf the
register of the city; and that laid committee report
howsuoh dltcrepancyllf any existed) had arisen
the amount thereof, and luchleglslatlve remedy at,
In their opinion, might be required. Adopted.
Mr. Pepper Introduced the following!
Rttotvtd. That the suirevnr hm rvm ..! frt-
"" " ciui3 ui iii vxpiiie oi graning i street
north from Third to Fourth streets west, so as to
prevent the overflow of water on the side-walk, and
for graveling said street Adopted '
Also. Jotnt resolution for relaying a gutter on
Seventh ttreet north. Passed.,
Mr Pepper Introduced a resolution requesting
the Mayor to confer with the superintendent of the
Metropolitan Polio as to the expediency or sta
tioning policemen at the crossing of Seventh street
and Pennivlvania avenue, for the protection of
women and children In their passage through the
several crosslnrs at that noint. p....
Also, resolution Instructing the Committee on
Follefl to ennulr- lntn (h avtuwliariair r u...i--I
houses for the exclusive sale of beer and ale or mall
liquor. Patted. .
Petition of Jos. T. Unit ln .biMmn...i
for services rendered, petition of J. n, Morgan, ask
ing eerUln privileges; petition of J. A. Rowland,
uklng reduction of gaaUx; petition of trustees of.
Rublla schools In relation to school accommodations
i the First ward, asking for other and more com
fortable quarters, as the Gov ernment had gradual
ly mtnuKOM uuuu tiif.Bc irein.iea until mey Dad
been nnlte reitrlcted in ti.lr mom. '
Mr. Pepper, from the Committee on Improve
ments, reported the following:
Bill authorizing e renting of that portion of
"" w" j""uih n juavnon wiin i-enns)ivania
Tf.n.u, tot the purpose of erecting a respectable
building to be utedas an eating house. Lost on
Bill to relay the flag footwa) a on the wett tide of
0iu ircv( wNi,irgn i no nonn sine to the south
Bill to lay flag footways along IJ street north;
from the east to the wett tide of Sixth itrcet west.
ratted - - .
Mr. Semmes, from the Committee on Drainage,
reported an act authorizing the purchase of a horse,
waron and harness for the uu of th in
tapper of Water malm, and other purpose Pasted
Mr, Sargent, from the Committee on Police, re
ported adversely on the petition of D K.Moioly.
Committee discharged from further contlderatlon
ui iu uujevt
'Alto, a bill relative to the erection of "station
nouses for the police force, at rtvuitml hvihai
of Congress of Auguit 6, IS6I, and other purposes.
Mr. Richards, from the Committee on Public
Schools, reported a bill authorizing the Mayor to
Purchase or lease a lot and erect a school building
n IhaflHt BAhnnl ill. !,. U...J
Also, the communication from th Mtrnr. nnmi.
natlngthe trustees of public schools, asking that
Mr. Uoyd, from the Committee on Claims,
ported a bill ror the relief of John nuntx. Passed.
Mr. Clephane, from the Committee on the Fire
An act entitled "An act making appropriation
for printing 290 coplca of the act organizing the
Fire Department " Pasted.
Mr Turpln Introduced a bill entitled ''An act
making appropriation to repair the bridge across
Rock creek, at the foot of K street, north.
Mr Clark, on behalf of the Intendant of the
Washington Asylum, extended an Invitation to
the board to tttlt the asylum, on Uedocidar
afternoon at 4 o'clock. Accepted.
Bill for the relief of J. M Pcinon. nf.rr.t
Act authorizing the Mayor to cauie the flag
footways on Fourteenth atreet, at the intersection
of M, Nf and Q streets north, and at the lnterseo
nun ui nuuue iiir.nu avenue, to do repaired.
Act to take up and relay the gutter on the north
side of D ttreet north, at Its Intersection with First
street west Passed
Bill granting permission to J ft. Elvans to con
struct flag footway across C street north, between
Ninth an3Tenth streets Passed '
Act to make an additional appropriation for the
Improvement of the northern market house.
Jotnt resolution authorizing the purchate of fuel
for the relief of the poor of the city of Washington
during the coming winter. Board adhered to its
B.1I to suppl) the deficiency In the appropriation
for grading and graveling Ninth street west, from
O and M streets north. Passed.
Bill for the relief J. f . Locke. Rrri.l
BUI providing for paving the Intersections of
Bill for thepaymentof barricades Referred
urn aumorizing me
p 11 a) or to lontmct for flre-
Cgmmon Council Thl board inut Intt night as
usual, Mr. Shepherd, the President, In the chair.
Mr. Knight presented a ietltlon from John Neal
and others, for the opening of South Capitol itreet
Mr. Peake presented the Invitation of the in
tendant of theatvlum fur Ihli board to visit that
Institution, on Wednesday afterm-inn nt . a
Mr. Wilson ottered the following,
Uttoivtd, hat the ipetdal commit tea of this
board, In the matter of the H athlngton and Alex.
uuri MuruM. imt, uu sire uereu). instructed to
report without delay upon the bill making appro
priation to pay the Interest on Ihe bonds of said
railroad. Indorsed by this corporation, due Julv I.
IbOJ; also, upon the proposal of Alexander Hay, lu
reference to the purUiase of the Interest of thi
corporation in said road Pnsted
Mr. Wilton presented Ihe petition of John R,
Elv ana, atklng leave to lay a (lag footway across
C. between Ninth and tenth it root Bf,i.n.un
expemei accompanied by a bill to grant that prl-
nir. wuson, irom tne committee of Uais and
Meam, reported back a Joint resolution from the
Board or Aldermen, to pay Walter I) Davldgethe
sum of $200 for services as counsel for this corpo
ration Passed. r
Mr. Lewis, from the Committee on Improvements
reported a substitute to a bill from the Board of
Aldermen for trlmmlnsr and rr.riinn cith .u
eaat, from Pennsylvania avenue to U street south.
ml malt In ar n imirnnrUIInn rtt aainn t ...
the funds of the Fifth and Sixth wards Pasted
r Cantleld moved tu ttriko nut th ..,,.,!.
whkh requires that the work ahull not be done un
lets thote wards hav e the above-named mm to their
credit. Adopted yeas 10, nays 7.
. 7' "neji'e moved to lay the Mil on the table
Lost. The bill, as amended, then pa.ted
Hr. Wilson, from the Committee on Water, re
ported a bill for taking up and relaying the water
main on Thirteenth itrer. from pnn..i.i.ni.
enue to Ohio avenue Pasted
sir. Wilson reported back a bill to repair Ihe car
riage wav on F itreet north. Iiiuin i. !. t.
and Fifteenth streets west, with an amendment re
ducing the appropriation from ajuo to $w Passed
Mr. Wilson, front the ater Committee, also re
ported a bill, authorizing the Mavor to contract
with the Messrs R. D Wood & Co , on the basis of
their oiler for water pipes and special callings
The bill waa amended so that the) shsllhere-
Juired to deliver the pipes at required b the tit v.
dopted. and the bill patted ' ' '
Mr Wilton, from the same committee. Intro
duced a bill, Instructing the Mav or to contract for
a suitable number of sidewalk fireplugs Passed
Mr, I Ills, from the Committee on I'd) fee, reported
back a bill from the Board of Aldermen, granting
permission to J. A. Rowland to remove an old
pump near his residence and plant a tree In the
place, at hla own expense. 1mmJ
Mr. Wilton, from the Committee on Markets re
ported back the bill to Introduce gas Into the wetl
em market Patsed.
.iMJ it I,Vn.lr5.m ,he ,f' committee, reported
the following bill , '
tie it enacted, et Thatll shall not be lawful for
any persou holding or having a right to any ttall
?.? ?IV!rr?i.iLcAb.e ?yr.rent ne corporation
in any of the markets in this city, to underlet or
nothing In this shall In any way interfere with a
tie U further enorteif. That tho clerk of the market
shall have power to let any unoccupied spate for a
day or night. Passed r
1he pelltlon of Hannah Blake was referred to
the Committee on Claims ""lerrru to
The following papen, from the Board of Alder
men, were taken up for action
A lolnt resolution, rvauettlnir tii ixm.,... ......
the Interests of the Corporation before Congress
to urge the propriety of amending the tharler of
the city so as to give this Corporation the right
and power to pave tho streets and avenues of the
city, and nay the same out or the funds or the
ward in which the said work nray he done
The Board of Aldermen have amended the bill to
that the paving thall be paid for from the "general
fund Agreed to
An act authorizing the Major la appoint com
missioners of Improvements for the mihmi uar.1..
with amendments Jlxlag the talari at S8ou for each
two wards, except the Seventh, and $700 for that
Amendment non-concurretln, and a committee
of conference asked
The petition of Wm K LusHj wai referred to
the Committee on Clalmi
The ipeclsl order, being an act to establish pub
lic hay scales and for other put poses, was then ta
ken up '
Mr. Utermehle. rrom the Commlttte on Markets,
reported a substitute Tor the bill appropriating fioou
filP that MPilnn nr it.. ...I.. ..ri. mi ? 7. .
the weighers shall be appointed by the Ma) or.
After a long debate, the bill a at pottponed to
next Monday, ordered to baprln ed.aud made the
special order for that night
h i,Pwih'l,l.il!wBofi of Aldermen to provide a
horse and vehicle for the water tapper
r,.?t.tP.,lf0r l ed.? owWeratlou of the vote
nl rS "ifS! ."' "? y hlch the bill allow-
Mah,wai.Et' ClrCUI ,0 "maln u" ! of
Mr. Barr raised apolnt of order on thelegallty of
. , .T? lTJ J
Intltfbfa.ialaitf .. ..ti a. . . . l"t
.,u..Ui, uuu nwiioQ Hiicr me papers naa
a AlongdebRtepnthlspoInt followed, which wsi
oecldedln favor of thai IntpndiuttiAn r . mui..
, HV. u,.En.w.
r"TM. n.Mtt,a. .a . ,. .a" . . ....
thJuw. TiZZZriZil" "'J"" my "
aLti'iSf!01" to nl' "y t t.
Another Ion and animated dlteutiloa followed
on the ceneral merltt of the eate, tneludlnr th
morality of theae plaeee of amutement, the rev
nue thev trlnf to th Corporation, th Inlu.tlo
and Injur? don to elllten la the vlclnltr of the
elrcut tent, the obttructlon of ttreett.ete i which
SJbl S!J'.!rt,"?;,,4 " Dr 'ettrt. Utermehle,
hepherd, VVUtoa, Gordon, and Barr.
in nuetuon wing raten on the motion to refer
It wa loat 4 to tl - '
The third readlnr wat then ordered, and on the
final pantre of the hill, th rote itooj at follow! t
' e;trt. Gordon, Uwli, tiooran, kltchell,
P";,! 'ff' Bul Stephen!, Talbert, Wilton
andth Pretldent ll. '
rN.l!-l,!'!.r-DIr CaadeM, Hilt. FolUntbee,
Knla.nl, Llord, M urtarh and Utermehle .
Jf r. Uord. from the Committee on Fir Depart,
ment, reported the Aldermen'! hill maklnr an an-
orranltlnr In nr 4n.rtmnl ..Un,i
On motion of Mr. hfurtaah, the bill to authorize
the Mavor to leat a lot for ten yean, with th
privilege of purehaae, and erect thereon a building
for a public achool In the Flnt dlttrlct, and appro
priating tern for that purpote, waa taken from the
lahle and patted.
Mr. n.nn rn.miiH .1 .,... i ... .. .. .
law In relation to the uae of lire arma In certain
Tho ptpert In the cat of J. Cottello were re
"".T'l" ;be Committee on Wayt and Meant
Mr. Knight moved a reoontldetatlon of the vote
pr which th Board refuted to allow Mr Hlnealer
to erect a tent on the aarket Space Adopted
Mr. K. then Introduced a bill granting the ute of
found for the abote purpo.e which wu pott-
Iilaki) gaaaATii School Union The regultr
monthlv meeting of th Sabbath aehooll eomiwilng
thlt Union waa held latt evening, at the Baptltt
church, (Her. Mr. Meador'e,) Mr. T.K.Crar,of By.
land chapel, pretldlng. The meeting wat opened
by tingliur the hymn "Children or the Heavenly
King,'' and prayer by Mr. Knight. The Baptltt
chool aang ' Come, oh, my toul In Joyout laie,"
arier which the Khoolt were addrened by Mr
Howe. ofNew York. The Sixth Prrtby terlan tchool
ang''The Lord la my Shepherd," after which the
Bev. Mr. Meador led In praj er. The BjTfcnd Chanel
achool tang " Jetut, we thy lamba would be The
Union wti then addrened by eitri eador. Bit
linger, Cray, How and Beard, urging th parenta
and teacher, to greater diligence, and Invoking
bleating on their exertloni The tchoolt then tang
r.?.'.W!w ' ?' ,ou,i" n1 " Vn'o" adjourned
tlllthelatt i onday In December at the Sixth Pre.
by terlan church.
lMraorxxr.RTl.-A very dn private realdence
It now being built on Firth, between E and F
f'r"!j! " ' ,he Property of the widow or the
late) Tennyaon Brown Mr. Jamrt J, Kane It the
builder. Tho building it three ttorlri high, and
ato oS 'our'een roomt It will coat about
On the earn itreet, the old Trinity Church, for a
long time uted aa a Hrery atable, much to the an
poyar.ee of the neighborhood, It now undergoing a
thorough renoi atlon. '
UotcaxMcaT rr.oir.aTV Rccovcaio Latt
EfiJay night, the proo.t guard, by order of the
Provott Marthal, tetrched the houte of Council h
lw7' '""ated on th corner or Irgtnla avenue
and Ftrrt ttreet. They found three dren coatt,
on great coat, Ave palra of pantaloont, four pain
drawer!, nine thlrtt, nine blanket., one pair thoet,
teveral mutkett, Ac The ptrtlrt were arretted
and the property turned over to Col Doater.
.vrT1""" "K i" FoaTincATlOHi-Juet at
thla time when there teemt to b an apprehenalon
on th part of tome that Jacktonwlll attempt a
foray upon the city. II may not be train to tut
that extenalve .nil Imiwirtant tm.i.nv. ..-. .
being made In and around the iortlflcatlona of
waihlngton. Indicating a determination on the
part or the Government to provide an eflecth e de-
nui-r, viu.i iu .uy emergency.
Max Drowxcd. Private Jamea Band, company
D,Twrntr-.lxth Pennivlvania regiment, who wat
quartered at the " Soldier.' Rett," left hit qutrtert
late on Sunday night or earl yetterday morning,
and, mining hla way, tell into the branch of Tiber
creek, near the Depot. Hit body waa found and
Interred by Mr, Sand., the Government undertaker.
Sick Soldicm Sint Orr Six hundred and flftv
city were sent to Baltimore yesterday. About two
titlnflvAjl An. I .will W-A M . -
..aauwavu .uu u,j; niiivsiru, iron AITiaX SCml'
narv hosnltal. and two hundrvl rmmtha iu...
driahosnltals will be unt rrnm th ir.ttai.
Hammond hospital, at Point Lookout, Man land.
DO TEL MODE tl TRANSrOHTIMa Hnk.ti A
rather no el spectacle was presented on the
niEuuviniciuni vi iwu wnraoi, ariWD DV tlXtl
horses each, which were attached In pairs tow
very thick rope. The horses were being taken to
r rederlcksburg for the use of one or the New
rrii vnvairjr rrRiiucuis
VlOLATINO Tire Blockade- Ib nlo-hf !....
0 o'clock, a long boat arrlted at thena.yvard.
rhljti ariel jtA4ttAwt t, AhA u.l al? T. .. V
mao flotilla There were some eight or nine per
sons on board, who were arrested for attempilnr
vn llnla'atliAhlnnlra.U " "
una uu uuntu, nuu nej
to lolate the blockade.
"JIisiiopPavnc! LccTVac Rev. Bishop Paine,
D D , lectured latt night before the Israel Lyceum.
Ihe lecture exhibited an Mnuiiiniinra witf. mn.
of tho oriental and modern languages of Europe.
A Uexll a thnri-illirh linnurll, ..r . a l
THE OME MUNUREU ANU r,la-rv.tlt.f Mr
YoJtK.Col. Hathawaj.arrhed In this city yester
day. The regiment has been In the Held two months,
doing dut at Laurel Station. sruardlniT the Haiti.
more and Ohio railroad It Is aUne-looklna: body of
mm a nil aaiii.ijti it .. aa.i - .
I.., ... niiiMHiiviH. uu guuu rrt ivr.
AlSIONEUTOUlJTV AtHlltmit Aa.iilAti f!an,al
Chauncei McKee. er. Ute of (tn liointTiamani.
stall, has been ordered to report to the Secretary
of War in person for duty In the H ar Department.
I- un Sale We call the attention of our readers
to the advertisement, in another column, or sale of
nil-, uj aianraunii a Ke, KUCUOnecri
Ladies', Men's, ouths'. Misses' and Children's
Rubber Boots, Shoes, Sandals and Gaiters; Ladies'
and Gents' Uuikle Overshoes, with felt llnlnjr and
iuf iu.ru onuri, jvuro Kim jiip UOOIB AI Allen.
Claim At Ca s India. Riihht- ktn iian ...
ttween 10th and lllhstt. nov it lm '
India Ruiiseh fluoTs anu Shoes The abote
articles are sold theaper at 11 A HALL'S India
Rubber Warehouse, 310 Pennsj h anla a enue, than
at any other store In this city or vlclnlt). Ihtsfi
to Call and sattsf) J ourseb es, 310 Pennsylvania
aienje. . no -tf
Paehcii and8pahiih A Frenchman, a rradu
ateofthe University of Parlt.nowa clerk in one
of the public departments, and, for tome jears,
prorettor of langunges In the city of Newiork.
will open a course or French lessons, at Mr Rich
ards' school, corner of Fourteenth itreet tynd New
lorkavenue, on Mondaj eenlns;,lhe 1st of De
cember MondAi. Wednesdai. Slid FrldAV fvonirurn Tmm
6 to 1), unlock, will be devoted tj beginner, and
luesuaj, inursaay, ana Saturday erenlngs to
those wno have already acquired the rudiments
Terms, $13 a quarter.
Persons desirous ofJolnlnsreltherclsit will nUiu
apply totheteacher.whocan be met every evenlna.
at Mr Richards' school, from 6 to 7 o'clock
a residence oi set erai years, in Spain and South
America, hat lntr made the tame imnilmin famil
iar with the Spanish language and literature, he
also otters his services to persons desirous or learn
ing the Cast Ulan
Arrangements will also bo made with iertont
wishing to take prlt ate lessons. no .toi deo I
uu u tiiiiii-iivnii. rrnnsjivania atenue,
to obtain superior Llkenettea at reduced prices
Fine Card Vlguetts, formerly sold at $& per doien,
now telling at Si half dozens, tame rate Colored
Imuerlali reduced from ttso to 20i sell in a- whni
size colored at only 3 will excel In "Colored
tarttde I Met," hat lng secured the services of a
superior artist fur that 1 ranch of business Like
nesses of man) of those fallen In battle can be ob
tained heret also card t holographs of prominent
men, both clt 11 and mllltar) . nov SI lm
Dfsirable India Hudher Oiiniii.Mr. n a
Hall has Just recehed a lot of OHlcen' Long and
Ltrhtdull finished Coatt t alao. . lull nnlihevi pnn.
chos, extra large slieti also, a lot or blue English
Talmas, very long, at 10 each) which he Is selling
a manufacturers' prices, at hit India Rubber Ware
house, 310 Penni)lvanla avenue, let ween Ninth
and Tenth streets oct 87 tf
A WOHI. Ol AUVICC 71iilkA whit ham Kn.n
doctoring for weeks and months without obtaining
relief, should consult Dr Fltbblatt, whote office It
at No 4)1 F ttreet, corner of I lghtlt street, and b
radically cured. Twenty fit e years experience ha
established Dr Flshblait s reputation as a phi 1 1
clan Recent cases cured in a few datt Charges
moderate. DR FISIIBLATI,
No 431 F street, corner of Flghth,
Opposite the General Tost Office
inniA nusocR uoom The place to buy jour
ftr1iE.H.SATS LKGGIN8, CAMP BLAlrttLTS,
madefromIN6lA RUBBLR, Is at H A HALL'S
India Rubber Warehouse, where jou can obtain
them at manufacturers' prlcet, 310 rennstltanla
avenue, between Ninth and Tenth streets, oo 23
U 6 TRFASURl NOT1-S.
. . , -.tawJ-? HHFICATES or 1NDI BT DNESS,
And SILVER bought at the highest price, bt
oct 23 lm Bankert, No lfi3 Penn atenue
No 37IPEHH AtE, WAtlllNaTON.D C.
Books bound la ct ery styleTurkey, Morocco,
Jlusila, and Calf je7.
CISCUIMSTITUTi,' ' '
'.: won Twifl ixlin:,
No. ttl K Stbext('Nca THE CiarLC
TEAMS, per Quarter of 1a weeke-quarter
ommenclng at th date of admtttlon 1
ajemenlaryciaiat la Kngllah ' . , 00
nu.auvw ..a... u auruan aierarur
aad Belne Included -
Elementary Clean. In Engllih, French, and
Advanced Clattei ta Engllih, French and
Extra charge for Spealah, Oermaa, Italian, Latin,
.nil AtK. r.H ,. '
Dr. ZAPPONE will gtv Ueturea, and otherwtae
ta.l.t, whenever he eaa tpar time from hit medl
oc MBS. A. ZAPPONE, Principal.
IAIBVIfW HOAS0INQ SCHOOL,
Y0UKO MEXAXD BOYS.
Board and Tuition, IWpcrtnn,of ten month.
Pupil, admitted at any time.
Henry J.nney, 341 Pennivlvania avenue.
Dr- Tyaon, Drugglit, Ninth and L atreeta
John llauxhurat, FouradJulf atreet, near F
nniBiii, . MPivem h
no 4 lm
A BOARDING AND DAT SCHOOL,
isi Wen STBtrr.
Thadutle of thlt InttltutloawUIb returned on
the Bin or September. Clreulara may be obtained
attb prtnclpal twok-atoree In vraahWon, or by
----f "w yi .x.aara,
augso-TTdStm M.J. HABROVFR
piXOF. ALKXANDKR WOLOWIKI,
PIANIST, VOCALIST, AND O0MT0SEJI,
Haa returned from hla prore.ilonal tour, and, by
requeat ot hit numeroua friend! and puplla, opeoed
a oourie for th Pl.no .rul ainrin. .. Lr. . .n
itmplined method. In Waahington, on the 11th No-
eamhae iBshi '
By Prof Wolowikl't tyitem a peraon hat log only
a alight knowledge of mutlo will be enabled. In a
very ahort time, to read mu.l. wltn vm.i r..nu
and execute operatle aa well at elaitlcal mualo with
ii ti irvuuui
As to the vocal part, by his way of vocalttatlon.
nearrlie at moat vipu.(vtinirir coaniit. Ue,,i.J
the VOlCe DOWerful. And anshloa that aalriHi. -n
c si lie with facility, accuracy, and fine quality of
Ladles and Gentlemen's Erenlns: Slnainr Classic
are opened at 6 o'clock p. m , when Prof. Wolowskt
will also explain the full theory of music and read-
as u. uist Tsiriu, ins suuscrioers 10 ims class
are acceptedonly till the 1st or December, iat.
Pror Wolowskl receives visiters daUy from 10 to
13 a. tu . at his residence, No. 404 Tenth street
nov l lm
WHO HATn HOI We say that our store In
the First ward mar not have cauad m. mm.
motion, but do say that we are running off an Im
mense stock of aothlnsjtJtIHe Leading lint Ward
Store, corner of Twentieth itreet and Pennsyh anla
avenue, bat who ever saw store where a Smith
was that did not do business 1 and the reason Is,
they always sell their goods too cheap. That Is
why they are always poor. (W ho erer heard of a
Smith getting rich! I never did.)
We are determined to furnish all the Firtt Ward
with Good Clothing
Everybody had better come soon and buy, as our
neighbors, in a similar business, say that we caa
notatand It more than ninety days longer selling
foods so cheap, but we have a very large lot of
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, and Shoes left, and
we are determined to run them off at great bar
gains, at Headquarters for Clothing in the First
Ward, corner of Twentieth street and Pennsylva
nia avenue and No 460 Seventh street.
novai-dtjanl SMITH a. CO
rpO lit VBItTOHS AND FATEIf TEES,
loan, and agents for procuring American and For
P A T K N T .
With Sixteen Yeart trperienct in the Buiineu.
..Rrtr,toHon:Jude Mon. Hon. Joseph Holt.
Hon. W. D. Bishop. ei-Comniieelonere 7Atents
and tpmore than fifteen thousand Inventors who
have had business done through Mann J. Co 't P.
Pamphlet of advice sent ttt by mail
Patent Laws and Regulations, 100 pages, 24 cents,
No charge for consultation, orally or bv mall
. PIAll?lnII "mlnatlon in United Slates Pa
tent Office, $5
Offices, No. 7 Park Row, New Yorkt Washing.
p-WnST of F "a syoth "reels, opposite the
Patent Office. mar l-nlf
OAK HALL CLOTIUXC. HOUSE, No. 404
Seventh itreet, near Fstreet.the Great Baiar
of Fashion, where you can find the best cut and made
Clothing for Men and Boys' wear that tile market
can produce, and our prices, for cheapness, amldu-
raomiy oi our goods, defy competition. (Our
neighbor Smith, two doors above, so long noted for
selling clothing less than any house in the cltj , In
a private contersatlon, acknowledged to us that
our Boys' nothing was the best made and cut goods
he eter saw (and, If the cltliena of Washington
were posted In the goods I have, my store would
be overrun with ladles and gentlemen In want or
clothing, and I only wish to have you call and tee
our beautiful assortments of clothing, and I think
that our prices and goods will more than pay you
ror calling at the Leading Clothing House, No. 4o4
Seventh street, near F street, two doors below
Fvcrybody knows Smith, but, Instead of calling
at his place, come In two doors below,
N a I have a special word to sty to the Ladlet,
that 1 can pleate them better than eter lnOo)t'
Clothing, as m stock excels anything I et er had
J. BRUCK Jt CO ,
Formerly at Odeon Hall,
nov 31-dtdecl Now at Oak Hall.
WOT IO R
" nHMIUN'l UMIIK.
Collection DMrMfor Me Dittrict of Columbia
Alt persons concerned In the United States as
sessment, on Lloenses, Goods, Wares. Trades or
Occupations, Merchandise, lie ,ko, aa per act of
Congress approved July 1. ISO, who reside In the
District of Colombia, are hereby notified that the
assessment list Is now ready at my office, 609 Mary
land avenue, In the Seventh ward, Washington clt) ,
for their examination and Inspection, and will re
main open for such Inspection until the 36th day of
November, 18J2 also, that the underlined will,
for the space of fifteen daya after the expiration or
the time thua allowed for Inspection of said list,
ftuiaiu iu nu uuiirfj, uw pisoe oc lore nauieo,
during the hours between 9 o'clock a m and i
o'clock p. m , to bear and determine on all appeals
Vint!! tuaj irgTAuiuiiniRiii.ii me proceedings oi
the Assistant Assessor
All MnDCall must b mid In wtIHnr .nulfulnar
the particular cauae, matter or thing respecting
which a decision Is requested, and shall state the
ground or principle of Inequality or error com-
P. M. PEARSON,
V. S. Atieuoror Collection Dutrlct,
no 53-31 (Star 1
GflANU ADVANCE OF THEAIIHV OF
THF. POTOMAC, and all th ttoret ire err
ing up the prlcet of their (ooda but SMITH h
BFALL, No. 301 Seventh atreet. We are able to
eell (ood clothing nearly aa cheap ai ever We
have been n(htlnga(alnit hlfh price for the lait
year, and our itock now It good, and we are able to
ell at low prlcet.
SMITH It all the tlm In the market plcklua- up
gooda at old prlcea, and that li one reaaon we un
dertell all othera We have the meant and ability
to eell cheap, and w will do It, aa our cuitomera
want Good clothing at low pilcea, and we are juit
the men to aell It tothem. A call U lollcltedattbe
CHEAP CLOTUIha HOVS'C of
SMITH . UEALL,
No 301 seventh itreet,
nov Sl-dtJecl Flnt door below the mtrket.
DO a OU KNOW IT If you do not, call at
SMITH kBF ALL'S, No 301 Seienth itreet,
near K itreet, and buy younelf a nice tult of
Clothing from them, aa they have Juit recehed a
new and iplendld aaiortmnt
AT AVCT10On WEDNESDAY, ,h Seta In.
fJIl T5"Ji52H " " " 83 Sixth rt.,betwin
0 and H atreet, th realdenoe or a gentleman de.
.... ..uxcviuik, .. iw ooioca a. m., an excel.
Mahogany Sofa, Etagere. '
Marblep Bureau ami Waebatand,
Marble-top Centra Table,
Walnut Cottage and other Bedtteadi and Wath
flair. Cotton and other Mattreuei,
Boltteri and Plllowa,
Dining and other Chain,
Carpeta and Mailing,
Glaaa and Crockery Ware, .
Fine Cooking Stove, lot Kitchen Furniture,
And many other article which we deem uniecee
aary to enumerate Terma, eath.
nov8o- GREEN fc WILLIAMS, Aucn.
BVA ?V?t.PlimB co" Atsetlosieers.
BF tIRTVS OF A DECXEV OF THE 0
ff'JaS"?!?1 th8 countr of Washington,!"
"sitrie of Columbia, I will offer at auctionon
l0?,k K1?. .? the- pr". Lots F and P la
lYf! ""division or Lot one, In Square six hun
dred and twenty-filne, (62t) 'one of these lots
rrontson New Jersey avenue, nearly opposite the
Iialtimore and Ohio railroad station, and the other
-J llA--ireJ wf VY wtTn .D na "te north.
and they are desirable as business stands
. Hra,.SC "'' One-thlrd or the purchase money
to be paid In cat hi and the residue In two equal In
stalments at and l months, with In teres, to be
secured br aDDeoTfari nnt. ' -
.-JA. rmi .f "' .mu,t PM with in one
"' ' ?r,De Pperty may be resold at
the risk and cost or the first purchaser, after one
HFLLFNM JACOBS. Guardian of
B O and Helen A. West,
nov -., 'C.McOUlRE.-CO.Au.t
J7wbi Fvnsn Pimm ft
ORKAT AUCTION SALE OF FUIISI
MARSHALL PAQE'3 AUCTION ROOM,
SOU SEYS&Ttt ST, aYr ODD rELL0WS HALL,
On Monday, Tulay and Ktdntllav,
November 84, 35 and 86.
SatctoeommeDce on Mondav, at 3 o'clock la the
aneraoon, end 7 o'clock In the evenlna, and
each lubaequent dajr at II a m anilVp m.
One of the largeit and moit tuperb ttocki of
Jer oflrred In thlt city, which hav been received
from one Of the tnnat evt.naltr. Mn. ,n n..
war, New York, with ordere to clot the aame with"
uuiinmc GUD.lllinK OI llUaiOU BY. lOrkfOH.
end Bermuda Sable Mink, Grecian, Stone Martin!
Fitch, and everv iteaorlptlon of faihlonable Fun. In
&7it.i ""tnal Capei, Talmat, Mclorlnri,
MulTi, Cufft, lie, w. Amonr the itockwlll be
toind irreat vartetr of MISSLS" ind CIULDKLVS
Havlnirreceliedonlrrarroni the home In New
1 .ork to tell at any price on account of a dlitolu
lion of partnership, therefore, the public will hat e
"?f PPOrtunity ofpurchatlnit tulli of the beit Furl
at half the Drlcaof anrhon.. in th. u.i.t -h.
Goodi have been manufactured thla Fall. O-La-
r. . r.rr " ! iu,iicu iu Mitena, every ar
ticle will be told without reterve N D. Thla tale
will b continued THRLL DAYS ObLY, In which
tlm. everrenbrt will be made to doie (he entire
Itock. t-The Goodt win be open for Impaction
each day Before and until the hour of lale. Cata
loguea will be ready on th mornliur ofaale.
novM-lt MARSHALL a-fAGE, Audi.
BVOREEN at tVIlXIAHB, Anetloneen.
tVBUU SALE OF lUBMITbRLrAKMli!a
a..'' 'i''T, "" enie, rrovender, Corn, Rye
and Date, Carriage, fcc , tie -The attention o tie
public li retpectfully Invited to the itle which will
:f.k-."i'.? c.lock .m ?n J"FJDAY, the ath In.
itant, at the farm of Julia E. Dement, deceaied. In
Prince George't county, Mc , between the fanna of
Horatio Dyer and Wm Bayne, or all the peraonal
efftcte of ft deceated It la about 1 mllei from
thNavy ard bridge, near the Pltcataway road.
Termioft.le Und.p ain.ah. nP.. .,X . . .,.
of 4 monthl. for notet betrlnr Intereit and property
H l CHAPIN, l.ecutor
no 23lt GRrEN . WILLIAMS, Aucta
BT OI1KKN efc 1VILXIAMS, Anetloii.era.
nKXTESiri: SALE or dsOCERILS, u
fuif,i.HUN.K, un wake, PAINTS. OILS.
BOOTS AND Stint's manjiir VRrifr?
H0SU11P, TOBJCCO AIiD CiaAkS,'tc, tc.AT
AVCTJOtf-On WIDNESDAV, the JSth Uilait,
""" wmiuruw iiib ..,. .1 i O'CIOCK A. K . at
th Grocery Store of Mr. tL Piimnhuv . ,....!
of Four-anlVhalf atreet and aouth N ttreet, near
T "".""".,-". i.iwiunimi ,erii.Diiiuienia
vlll Tea, Sugar and CoBee, starch, Salaralui, Soda,
Seap, Candlea. Splcet, niacklng, ae.1 Llquori
Brandy, WhUky, Wine, Gin, ao. tin, Glau
Crockery, and a general aatortment of Carpentera'
Hardware, fco Nalli, Shoveli, Spadea and Plckt.
Axea. shovel and Tonn. at , p.int. niu . .
general atiortment of Glaaa In lioxeai a good ataorU
meat of Bruahea, Saah and other Cordaaei Boota.
Shoee, Hat and Capa, Wollen and Cotton Hoilerv.
Gloret, Thread, Spool and Ball Cotton, and Sill,
Wooden-ware, Tobacco and Clgart, with a large
It-it nfnlh atllAla ui kin K .!... . .
enumerate. Terms cash, In bankable funds The
attention of the Grocers, Dealers, and the public
In general Is respect full v lniltedtoihiat. a. it
Bin Ra rumnA.. ..4 11.. -.1. ill a . .
..... smuuiuii, um mo Bair tiu iw wonnvoi
their attention. '
OR IN . WILLIAMS,
)v21-tds Star) Auctioneers
BY J. C. MeGlfiniQ A CO., Auetloueers.
ADMINISIRATOH'S BALL. OF PfKSUNAL
KrrErrs or an Orrircm nr i-Mf it u a iw
TUeSDAYAFTLRNOON, November 26th, at the
auciioo noon oi j. mcuuire & u , at 4 o'clock
n m , I shall tell the personal c fleets uf the late
i,ais.. a ngtr, v. a. a , comprising
buirlor Uold Hunting Case W -ten and Chain,
Sett of Pearl Studs and Cuff lluttons,
Superior Meerschaum Hpe,
Sett Green Studs and Cufrliuttuns,
Horse-Shoe Ring. Gold Pen,
Sharp'a Rifle. Military Uelt,
Several Leather Trunks, Writing Desk,
Large quantity of excellent Clothing,
Chapeau, Mexican Spurs, and lot of Military Cloth
ing, Together with many other articles of Persons!
II. A JANVIER, Administrator,
nov 20-d J. C, MiGUlRl, a. CO , Aucts
EV W. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneers.
PEHLMTORY SALE OF THE ENTIRE STOCK
OF FINE IVINLS, UQVOHS, CIGARS, HLRMLTl
CALLY ShALED FRUITS, 4c. BY CATALOOVk..
AT AUCTION OnWLDNrSDAYMORNINO,2flth
Instant, at 10 o'clock, we thall sell at the store of
Mettrt. Osthelm Rrot , No 290 Pennsylvania ate
nue, their entire stock or tine Wines, Brandies.
Cognac llrandles of thier own lniiortatloii.
Grape Leaf Gin, tery high flavored
Sherry Wines of arloua grades
Port Wines, consisting or purejulce
London Dock end Burgundy
Bourbon Whiskies direct from Kentucky
Rve Whiskies direct from Pennivlvania
Scotch and Irish Whiskies from the best dlstllle-
Jamaica and St. Croix Rum of prime quallt)
Bat a via Arrack, wctcher and Klrschwastcr
Blackberry and Peach Brunt! let
Gin and Urandv Cocktails
Claret Wines, consisting of St. I stephe, St i mil
Man tl till I A.. an. I l.n .... 1 a. ' ' .. . .
kb, DixuiiTu, ami Btau suiirnur vnairau vmet
Hock and Champagne Wines of various grades
Cider Brand) and old ,pple Jack In glass and
Clears, com nr It loir a sulendld iaortmnt nf rn.
ulne imported Havana and domestic manufacture
Hermetically Sealed I- rults and Meats, consisting
of Chicken, Turkej, CaUea Tongues, kc , Clams,
Brandy peaches and Cherries, fcc , Plain and Mixed
ricKics, inowvnow, anu ioDtier, ureen Corn,
tratiira, iim, nuivaiuwi, umaiori, airing liCSQS,
Currant, Strawbcrr and Cranlerry Jellies and
others, forming a most complete assortment of
Fruits and Meats
The Store fixtures
The attention of GroLtrs. FniUii. Rutiara an. I
others is called to this sale, the goods are all fresh
and onlv oflered at auction becsuae th own-n m
changing their butlnets
ine store lor rent, inquire oi tne auctioneers
W. L. WALL fc CO,
no Is Sun Morn Chron and Star
RQ TAKE NO
X. T. PARKER,
NO b LOUISIANA AtNVF,
Re.nectfullv .nd cheerfullv return. th.nVa rnp fh.
liberal patronage hitherto rccch ed
naving every laciiny lor aoing
Together with all work pertaining to a FiaiT
CLAia Painting itabllihment
He hai no heilttnc) In lollcitlng a contioutnee
of the publtc'e favor.
iita Prfl art JieasottabUt
Tlit Work Uhactptlonablei
And particular attention la paid to
TBOMPTNI SS IN DI LI t R
B3-nemember the number I
UU LOVIIIANA AENUi:,
octal 3m bet sixth and Set enthilreett
1A O n S A I. K-The STOCh, FIXTUHI s and
: GOOU WILLofatlriUliu Wholeitle Liquor
and Sutler Itabllthment hit beendolng a line bu
llnett for t o yeari tojated In the central part of
cum. .icuuc, nm ..u IU..O . nrtl-t'ltll reiltU
rant For full particular! applj to the Agency of.
nee, 611 Ninth ttreet, near Pa a rnur
N II MILLER.
Alio Clt) Property and Houiei for itle
no 16 1 1
GOLD I GOLD I ADVANCF PRICE PAID. BV
oo -i uanaeri, uo renn. avenue
renn'a'omue;' near WOtanit' Hotd.
Lioxaao Gaovta, . . , . Manager.
BT U EQ U E 8-T
A t.t.S,!lmbr ' Palron.
WIU be re-produced,
Till R Vn r w W r.
The great moral domeatlo plar of
r j: c lop e m trs r.
Twentyeventh appearance of the
PEKL OF THE AUttlCAN STAGE,
Who appeara on
Thl. (TUKRDAT) Kvtalag
LADV ISABf L and MADAME VINF.
W. Crock'." " "r Franeli union.
Ch.'. S?2!- aa . . Barbara liar,
tin lEZZH! ' Mr.Carlvle.
Mra.Oermon . . . . Mia. Cariyle.
Adral.tloa-J0,t5,tDii7a ,,,, Boy M
TjlORD-rl THKATRK. ""
tTORD'8 NEW THEATRE.
Tenth ttreet, right abort Irnntflranla avenue.
Manager and Proprietor - Mr. John T frd
(Alw of Holllday street Thtatre, tSll'nTo'ii) '
SECOND NIGHT OF THE OPFHA SEASON,
The young and beautiful American Prima Donna,
Mlaa CAROLINE RICHIHG,
AatUted by th eminent artlite,
Mr. l'ETKK RlCllInai,
The popular Opera Singer, Mr. DUNN,
And a full compan) of ehotrltere
Numeroua Beaullful D.n..
By Ihe Premiere Danaeute, Mile SOPHIEMrLSON.
Ideil hi Mil. n.i,fi .,.. '
Mont. BAPT1STIN CRUTI,
And the Corp. de Ballet.
l:uS.Pn",,.'?r,:!.i,,!0.!! b",""ul l1"a, under th.
THIS TUKSDAVKVEinNG, Wot. StJth,
Balfe'a Romantl Operatle Spectacle orthe
'"?, Mil RICHINGS
,"r Mr. RICHINGS
Th entire Troup In th Tarlem part.
Hrlnrlna I.e. .a.a .. . ar i
." ,u.v runi me aervicea of nearly
ONE HUNDRED PERSONS.
EFgMY O0KOE0CS EFFECT ADDED,
II'ITH THE MOST BEAVT1FVL SCENERY
FOR THE ADMIRATION- OFOVR "'
Hf .o ertra chargtor admiuUm.
lar Seevred ttott ttntv-fttt emit ertn.
PRICES OF ADMIsamv
TIION'9 WASHINGTON THKATRK,
Lor. Cand Eleventh tit., near Ann. avenue.
Tueadar Kvenlog, November asth,
FOR THE LAST TIME,
lf,.p,p!;""wlTO"" Indian drama entitled
Second night of
John Brougham'! very laughable burleaque of
COLUMBUS EL PILinNTEnn
Produi after weeke of careful preparation with
Wardrobe, Jcc , replete with loc.l hit. a.
fSsaa,:: ::::;:; rw
arS-Var- JUT. :. " : npTr.
... .,,n wiiiil uiuulaiiu UOMFANY.
During the piece, CUBAS will execute her comic
n.iwuu eptnian aanc
Aaalatad bjr Xlrnine and Corpa de Ball!.
TO-MORROW, BENEFIT OF
A. II, Daveuport,
Doora open at 7 to commence at I precliely.
xl OARDKN CIRCUS,
. ,.,mn(u avenue una aeventh ttreet.
Lait three daya and nlghla of
Eaton Stone, "Jimmy Reynolds.
Mlaa Mary Carroll,
nnd the present popular
t'RKMORNE CIRCUS COMPANY',
aa they are engaged to appear at
NIXON'S EQUESTRIAN INSTITUTION,
Ou Thursday Kvenlna; neat. Nor. stltli.
PerToruianee Arternoou tail Night,
to conclude with the
PONY RACE A'.
The new organliatlon will appear.
WANTKUMv llaudred Laborer, to
work In the Commissary Department. ArV
1)11 in i:ni 1 nam ( a at k- eV.' n ..
WANTKD-m a retet.table ladj, who It
steady and industrious, a situation in a small
lanilly, to asalst In general housework, sewing, fco.
ihe It pleasant aud tomnanlonable and willing- to
be useful. Address I) K. C , at this oBUe
WANTED-A large room for storage, (ground
Door or basement,) In the Wclnlt) offenn
tylvanla atenue. from Finh to Twelfth streets
auuimi -- union" i mis omce no IS dtf
BOMS AND CAMP GRFASK WANlDThe
tubttribera will nav the hlrhrat tii.rkt !
for an j quantity of lionet and Camp Grease, (fell,
ered at their mill, foot of O street
oct ll-eolm MOKUAN & RHIN HART,
ATANTKU.-At the New ork Jmploiment
ii AiTHL) umvr, no on n.oin street, near
Pennsj Ivanla a enue, T Wt NT-I 1 F () hlte
and Colored GIHLS, with rood references, as Cooks,
Chambermaids. Laundrtea. Waltrw-.u nhh.'
and Seamstresses Also, jountr Colored Men. to
wait on tables In Private Kamlllei or Hotels. Also
wanted, houses immediately, with nr w.thmt. t.,.
ntture 1- mploj ers In want of good helu, will find
It to their aU ant age to call
luiij w ii n. j( HIIUR
AirANTKD-Kor a gentleman and hit wife, a
T i Double Parlor, with flrtt-tliss furniture and
board price not so much a consideration at a nice
The test city refi rence gh en and required Ad
dress "Hanker," at the tit) Post OttUc.
"r U WAM. l CO. haie on tonslgn-?.
Tl incut, at tlulr Hooma in the rear of fl
their Auction Rooms, a ery large and exten )sb
11 a .iu4.h. oi all a in us u i uttniiURi.' 1
HOUSLKt PINO ART 1CU S, Ka , comprlslnc
Mahogany, Walnut and rialn Wardrobes.
Walnut, Mahogany and Plain Burets,
Jennv Llnd, French Cottage, Plain and other Ded-
1- xtenslon and other Tables,
Walnut aud Mahogany Tete-a-tetes and Sofas
Parlor Caue Wood-neat Rockers and Chain
Hair, Shuck Mattrasset, Uolsten and Pillows
K!1' f ,catner d" Bolttera and Illlows
Willi a Id nr... .BlAaM?-at . . .
" "" ,",U , wi uu oiner gooot in tne
furnltnloir Hoe. all of whlh uin k ..1,1 h
crj lowest prlcea to dote out the txk
v wwAuato, Auctioneers,
m Corner Pa. a, enue and Ninth at .
no2J-2w South tide
OMIT1I Si, UKALl, No. 3(11, Seventh ttreet,
between I and K streets, Is the place tobu
your winter Clothing They tell cheap. Tr them
nov 31 dtdeel
SMITH fc UEALL, No. 361 SEVENTH
Street, between land K streets, is the Cheapest
Clothlog Houte In town Try them
1TOUNU WANTKUr-IArtO TO RLST
.ai. tin H.via i tti, commodious HOUSK fur
nished or unfurnlahed, centrally located t rent not
to exceed l,3uo )er ear, payable monthly In ad
vance Address ll,,r Washlnetou CIti Voit (inlaw.
"affr-;wC j -rfe&t&ctt-
Loouiak Arciroi, mi Sixth St,
IA rwe(A. Nationtt HoUU
THE TRIUatFH OF THE SEASON I
A TfCTOKY OF THE MOST BMLLIANT
Over any other ertaMUaamt either la
this crrr, TutuDCLrnu, ok Baltimore.
On which cannot be truthfully denied
BT ANT MANA0.ER
In any of th cttlet named. .
Flrit appearana In Waahington City; of
Th Orat BMaclpl of Tarpelchor,
The Beautiful PRIMA DANSEUSE ASSOLUTA,
in ureaten Living Danaeute,
Th Maaaftal Itarwf Le Seaema
NIBLO-S NEW TORK THEATRE,
Wher ah waa DraautlAlv aiul Vne.llv uiiMtt.
ed by many excellent arttata, Including
Mill C. RICHIHOI,
when wa prodaeed th laterettlag Terpalchorean
tvw.i ,iciw viuiwi nvnAn i mi. wnien, ow
lng to th Unparalleled Popularity of the Beautiful
OALLETTI, bad a KVN OF SEVERAL NIOIITS
During aa engagement In New York,
ANNE1TE GALLE1 TI
WOULD NOT ACCEPT,
The management begs to state they hare secured
the service of tne great Ptrliltn Matrlede Ballet,
MONS. E. VELARDE,
HONS. E, VELAHDE,
The bett male Dancer In America
The management haa the honor to atate, also,
that, In addition to the
COURT PV BRADTT,
he haa secured the
QALLETTI-VELAIIDB BALLET TBOVTE.
MISS AGNES SOUTIIERLAND,
The Scottish Nightingale
The Lovely and Modest Songttreis
JULLE. LEZETTA, MISS LILLIE BRANDOS.
MISS KA Th HA RRlSOiS, MISS 1 ILL 1 FORBL 5 ,
MISSJEHML, MISS ELLA,
BOB HART. LEW SIMMOSS,
Oi.0 R EDLSOS. HILLIS ARMSTROSC,
WILLIE EMERSOb, J. SYH AS CLARKE.
New Ethiopian Acta,
New Nostga susd New Dsuacee.
CktRV ACT NEW T0-N1(HTCI
THE BEAUTIFUL. BALLET ESMERALDA.
Performance to conclude with the laughable
PADDV MICKS BOV.
Doors ooen at ev uerformanee.il o'clock.
Admission, 3a cental Orchestra Chaira, 60 cents
THURSDAY THANKSGIVING DAY,
A GRAND AFTERNOON PERFORMANCE,
For Ladlca and Children.
Doora open at 3 o'clock.
Admission Ladles 30 cents; Ihildren 10 cents.
or the kew
Or THE MEW
Or THE MEW
WASHINGTON VARIFTIr H
WASHINGTON VARlKTIr 9.
A. M. HERNANDEZ
A. M. HERNANDEZ
A. M. HERNANDEZ
IS HERE 1 IS HERE I IS HERE
C R IS1AMAPAT1MAMPANTI0SOPT1MIS
Ami vken onhandmakt a note oj it,
THE SUN SHINFS I OR ALL!
no 13 tt
1 I H II SAUOENT'S
; AWNING, FLAG, AND
UNION TENT FACTORY,
No. S3o PennajlTsutla. avenue,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
SUTLERS AND ARMY TEN'tS
ON HAND OR MADS TO ORDER,
Awnings, Flagt, Tents, Mall Bags, Hone Covert,
Sign, Wagon Covers, ate , made at short notice,
PIS II B I. ATT,
Of No. 431, corner of Fight h and F streets,
Opposite the General Post Office,
Can be consulted on RHEVMATIC AFFECTIONS.
CONSVMPTIOb. LIVLR COMPLAINTS t ItBOKlA
. .-va ., .... vieianavi 1IHIIUUTIU.T
of whatever character, and which may be declared
ill mtrnnKK llaall IMua.a.r.f I....J..
imuiauia uj utucr ii)iichoi( lis rngRgrtlOmaKC
an Immediate cure.
rotn his lengthy practice In the science of medi
cine, he la enabled to otter himself to the public at
being the only one in Waahington capable of attord
lng speedy relief. All caaea curable will be guaran
tied. He warrants a cure without the uae of mer
cury or any other dangerous medicine. Recent cases
cured In twoor three days
N.B. Letters addressed to Dr F . at hit office. No.
431, corner of Light h and E streets, opposite Gen
eral Pott Office, will recrh e immediate attention.
Ac a n i.
Oak HallClotiiimo Room.
Mr, Bruce, formerly at the Odeon HaU, haa now
opened a new store at No 464 Seventh street, Juit
below Smith's, where he hat a One selection of Men
and Bop clothing at veryiow prices t he Is desi
rous of having all his old customers call on him. as
they can buy goods at lower prices than any other
store in the clVj. J, BRUCL.lt.C07
No. 464 Seventh street, near F
Call and see Mr. Bruce, at No. 4&4 Seventh iirMi
Mr Bruce has a Fine Stock of Clothing for Men
and Boys' wear, at No. 444 Seventh street, opposite
City Post OQlce '
Mr. Bruce Is the man to please the Boyi tn Cloth
ing, at No. 444 seventh street.
Everybody knows that Mr. Bruce can sell Boys'
Clothlnr cheauer than uvomcIm nh. iu sr.
enth street, opposite City Post Office
t vr men too dots' noming can on ir. Bruce, ai
Oak Hail, No 464 Seventh street, between E and
pit. uruce is me man 10 please you in uoys' ioth-
Inr, at Oak Hall, No 46 Seventh street, opposite
viiy ro uu,
1) II U L I C H A L K
Condemned Knaptackt, Clothing. Jie
Alexandiia, Ya , bov, 31, 1863
There will be oltired fur sale, at Auction, on
WLDN1 SDAV. the th Inttant.at 11 o'clock a. m .
a Quantity of Condemned Enaptackt, Clothing, 4;c.
Ftvmenti to be made In United States ! urt
notet, before delivery of the goods, which are re
quired to be removed immediately. The sale will
le held open until all the gooda are disposed of
v u. a.Huusun,
Captain, Assistant Quarter matter,
no 33 dta u. S. Arm)
A X STAMPS.
We are prepared to furnish
UNITED STATES TAX STAMPS
niTTa.NHOUSE, eANTfc Ca,
r In Bankert, 1W Penn. avenue.
1 1IOSB -WISHING to regale themselves with
a Fine Havana Clcsr and Choice Tobacco. Just
step in at POWER'S LIQAR EMPOUIVM. Louisi
ana avenue, adjoining Bank of Washington,
nor 20 lw