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Nutoa's Waihikotp THiATaE. This renin
Isabel Cubea, bid! ftdleu tO,tht AWM MhH
theatre, on which occasion the' will tiki fare
well benefit. She oflera rtry .attractive pro
gramme, appearing: la her unapproachable rendi
tion of Hemet.Henrt it Alne and Mathilda de
Merle, la the military drama, of "The French
Spy'jn wtych the haa been pronounced by the
preteof nil th principal cities' East and1 West,
without ha eaM on the American stage. 'Poe
hontas'thaftinny piece, Will alio be perforoed
for the last time, tnfroduclnt the fatclnatlnjr Tenby
Brown ai the heroine. Ai thli la positively the
last night or Cubes, and her benefit, wt trust the
home will be crowded to overflowing.
Gnovt n'a TnBATnc CeUbrmtionofTkonkgivingl
The charming favorite, Miss Lucille -Western
appeara to-night for, the twenty-elgn.a, time, on
the oecaaton of the celebration o( Thanksgiving
and praise for the proaperoua condition of thla dtjr
and Dlatrlof, Manager prober haa aelected for thla
occasion a very- atrosg nil, "The Wild Huntress
of the Mississippi, or Ireland and 'America a Hun
dred Yeara Ago." The play la one of Buckstone'a
beit and abounds la lttagnlfloent acenlo effect's,
beautiful meehanleal Illusions, peculiar costumes,
Ac. Mr. Grorer haa added to hla establishment or
late, la iwldlllon to hla regular employees, Mr. Da-
Id Strong, acenlo artist, and Mr. Ephralm Putnam,
designer and constructor of machinery. They are
both at the head of their respective branches of
profession, and are from the standard theatres -of
New York and Boston. The company to-night win
appear In Its combined strength In the "Wild Hunt
ress," Miss Lucille aa Miami, Miss Kaie benln aa
Gerald I lie, Miss Viola Crocker aa Nellie CNctl,
Mr. U P. Barrett m Wild Murtough,,Mr. Barron
aa Connor O Kennedy, Mr. Setchell aa Muster
Grlalge, Mr4 Roger as Jack Gong, Mr. Clifford aa
Darby Donavan,' V. To-morrow Is set apart for
Miss Lucllle's benefits ,
Fourth NiotiT of the beautiful actress and ro
Ncallst, Miss Caroline Rlchlngs, and the eminent
manager anil actor, Mr. Etchings, the opera singer,
Mr. Dunn, the choristers, corps de ballet, and the
entire dramatle and operatic trout. In thesrinif
opera, by Balfe, of 'VThe Enohantresa." This mag-
ninoccirapeciacie scemaiocrowa ine bouse more
and more every night j ' like an. old, sincere friend.
It la always 'welcome. To-morrow nighty benefit of
niiae waroune iucouigi, wnen aji in laiuonaojea
aa usual will be vreaent i
Cam ki a cav. Another large audience1 waa' In
attendance last nlghV U the aucceaa of the great
danaeute, Mile. AnnettlGallettl,waa ery brll
Uant. 'The stage haa been considerably 'enlarged
and otherwise much Improved. In order that she
may have ample room for the display of her aston
ishing talents. She- will, to-oigbt, with Moo.
Velarde, appear la the magnificent ballet "Esme
ralda," introducing the most superb dancing that
can be produced in thla or any other country., The
full and very efficient eeryt U bmOet will also ap
pear. Aa Mile. Gallettra engagement cannot be
extended beyond a certain time. It would he ad
visable for those who desire to see her to avail
themselves of the earliest opportunity. This bo
tng Thanksgiving ,day, the proprietors hare pre
pared a grand afternoon performance for the spe
cial accommodation of ladiea and children. Doora
open at 3 o'clock'. f
Nixon's New Cbcmokne Tkovfe. This after
noon and night, Mr. Nixon will bring forward hla
new trqupe, consisting of Mile. Ida, a creature of
uneonuuoa genius, Madame Virginia, the best
comedian who ever entered the arena, Mr. C Sher
wood, Frank Phelps, a good, talker and a clown of
merit, Mr. C. Rivers, Master ..Charles and Luke
Rlters, the transformative equestrian. MIns Ida
has no equal la her 'profession! 'whilst atr. C
Sherwood, aa Jenkins, surpasses the late Mr. Bur
ton in comic natural renditions; Nixon's old
troupe, Including Eaton stone, lis Carroll, H.
Whitby, Conrad Brothers, Jimmy Be) nolds, and all
the old favorites will appear at Georgetown dur
ing the remainder of the neck, and will open at
Alexandria on Monday.
OaniANi' Covin. Judge Pumli. November S3.
The will of Georre Banford wu craved.
The will of George Burns was admitted to pro
Ebenexer Wlnton qualified as admlaIstratorof
the estate or BenjL P. Downs.
Letters testamentary were granted to Mrs-Margaret
Barrio, widow of John Barrle. ,
Lieut. John W. Hamilton was appointed guardian
to Ira Morton.
John D., Cat t re) I, administrator for John Cattrell,
deceased, appointed Saturday, the author Decem
ber, Cor anal settlement and distribution of the
personal estate. f ( (;
-The cue of Julius E. Crammer, guardian for
Louis Grimmer, for settlement of account, was
raven up, mu, vy request or ine parties, was post'
poned to next day. Adjourned.
November 26, The case of Crimmcr wu ttkn
up, but, by request of the parties Interested, was
postponed to Saturday.
Dr. Johnson qualified aa administrator of the
estate of Mrs. Commodore Crane. The personal
estate amounts to $07,000 1 the real estate Is not
The will of Chester Dem log. written on his death
bed with a pencil, was considered. The Judge ex
pressed some doubt as to the legality of the docu
ment, but. It being legible, was admitted. Bolivar
Butts, of Ohio, waa appointed administrator.
A large amount of the usual routine business
was transacted. Adjourned.
Deaths or Soloihu. The. following have been
reported alnoe our taet Issue tt I
Jamee Galager, company K, tlth Penn. Trinity
hospital. f, ....
Rahert Its Mnfttttwnml. mbioibT A. Tth Ppnfl i
Trinity hospital. ) fr . . , , ,
Geo. W, Fisher, company Bj3d Wisconsin Emo
ry hospital. ' ""
. U wis Barcus, Company. H,(4th Peftivtiraiory
hospital, , - ,-i ,
Martin link, company I, Ifioth'Penn.: tllffburne
hospital. re t.y,,
J. A. Rlggtf company A, 1Mb Maine) Mt. Pleasant
Hiram H. El lis, company Kt lit Maine car airy i
ColnotbUn hospital, i -, y .......
Corp. Joe. A. Green, company KTTth N. Y.i Co
lumbian hospital '
enn iv. mw, om rt, anuieryi ort irrou.
John Barrlck, 44th N. T. Columbian hospital.'
W. Jackson, oomnanr I. ath (Ihlm rvturlaa hnc-
pltal. l ------ i. ---- r-
Frederlek Von Weldon, companV, 0,4th N;,Y.ai
tilleryi Fort Ethan Allen. "
iorp. Amos UDDey, company B, SAth Malnet
Wm. Marker, Quartermaster's servlcet quarter
master's hospital. '
" tvcea, company au out .. x, aruucryi
Patent Otnce hospital. . 4
n lltlam 8. Myres, company G, 14th Conn.t Mt.
Martin 1111. eonnmv II. Mlh InA t Ml. tlant
James Wllber, company. I. sutli. Mass.l Douglas
sergi. nooeri toon, company , .sotd iuaioe
The CiiarLAiRs' eetino An adjourned meet
lnrof annvchaDlaiaa waa held vMttnlit in th
rooms of the Young en's Christian Association.
tier, josepn M.umer, or uoiumoian Hospital,
was aoootnted chairman, and Rev. C. v. Dniion.
of the Patent Qffloe hospital, acted aa secretary, ;
rrairr w uuemi ujr iwv nt i, nrvic, ui
Cranch hospital. ,
Rer Dr, Lhannlng, from the committee to wait
on the (4uartermaster,General and surgeon Gen
eral on the subject of the burial of soldiers, pre
sented a irport on that subject which gave a de
tailed account of the visits of the committee to
those officers," well aa to CapU.Hartiand Geo.
frertlndale. The committee represent the results
of those interviews as extremely satisfactory, and
declare that those officers have manifested great
interest In the ohlect desired, and have tiramlMHl to
give attention to any communication In writing
which the chaplains jni) present. The report of
the committee further suggests that a plan, em
bracing the following pbjects, In substance, be pre-'
aented to Gen welgs and Gen, Martlndalet
for the funerals of soldiers who die In the hospitals.
., Particular hours for these services to be fixed.
s. lamnsio oe covered wna pan ana draped
A auoerlntendent of funerals to tm annnlntd
snail nave the direction of the arrangements
Visit or the Citv Council to the Waiimno-
ton ASYLUM. Yeiterdar afternoon, tha mmbra
of the Board of Aldermen and Common Council, to
gether with the Mayor, Mid a visit to the Washing
ton Asylum, In accordance with the Invitation of
the Intendant. After some time spent la visiting
various portions of the establishment, grounds,
fcc , all of which were found In excellent condition,
clean and tidy, the visitors were escorted to the
dining room, where an elegant supper was provided
for the distinguished guests.
After full Justice had been done to the edibles
which had been prepared In a superior manner and
arranged In fine order, His Honor, the Mayor, gave
a toast In honor of the matron of the asilum, In
anoreclatlon of the fine dinner nrenared.
Alderman Lloyd responded in his usual happy
manner. In which he stated that It waa the first
time he had the pleasure of' eating a dinner with
Hla Honor In a poor house.'
The visitors toon after left the asylum for this
city, all expressing themselves perfectly satisfied
with the appearance of this excellent Institution.
with the national banner, the vehicles approirl
ate, and not to be driven at a speed greater than
lor oiner lunerais.
4. A military escort to. be prolded,ep her from
the hospital to the burial place, or torecehetae
bodr at the around, and uerform military honors!
6. An extra ambulance to be- provided When de-
ircu, ior uio BuapiAin, mm jie may accompany
the body to the grave.
X. AchAttl&ln ttAtlontHl At th KriltlUra1 llnm In
perform a service at the grae in the absence of
the hospital chaplain, or to assist when he Is pre
sent, if desired.
The report waa adopted, and the committee ln-
siruciea to prepare a siaicmetu inaccoroanoewitn
The committee wrre also requested to present
their statement to the proper officers, and report
the result of their action to an adjourned meeting
of the chaplains, to be held at the same place next
Wednesday, at one o'clock.
A Fine Picture. We have taken occasion to
434 Pennsylvania avenue. His place Is convenient
of access, being up only one night of stairs, well
.rrjiffd. and finely lighted. Ha nroducra the flnrat
Imperial colored photograph, which has heretofore
cost $10, for 6, and without, disparagement of
other artists, we can safely assert that we netcr
saw superior. He haa also reduced the price of
"Mtiettuvthie" ami other wont so as to bring
these Indispensable articles within the reach of all,
Mr. W. personally superintends the work at hjs
gallery, and employs the best artists to assist him.
HI r&llerv li one of the finest In the cltr. andla
well worthy of a visit to behold the fine display of
fromloent men and Women which grace the walls.
le also keep on sale the pictures of all the dls
UnguUhfd generals of the war. iThe army of the
roiomaa is luiiy reprcscnieu, inciuuing aa eiegant
card portrait of General Burnslde. Likenesses of
all the prominent civilians may also be obtained.
Aa he haa about 3.000 negath ea of prominent char
acters, he la able to reproduce them in any quan
tity. Give him n call.
Police Matters. Mary Vorrfeonjfor disorder
ly conduct) taken before Justice Druty and lined
John Cullins. for being disorderly and reslstlngan
officer t committed to jail by Justice Drury
Thomas McCanna, for Assault and batteryt aeou
rlty for court by Justice Drury.
Anna Holland, for lareenvi taken before Jutlc
I Clark and ordered to gU e security for court.
ureeuoerry vorsry, ior inrcrnyijmi ior court ny
George Morris, drunk and disorderly! fined $3 by
Susan Durao, drunk and disorderly! fined i by
Henry Day, drunk and dlsorderl) j fined by
Wm Harken, for being a desertert delh ered to
the provost guard by Justice strstton.
J. W. M. Coombs, for assault) security for court
by Justice Stratton.
Benjamin Gross, suspicion of being an locendla-
rj I jh ior lurtuer ncanng ty justice stratton.
George Ward, forascaultj security for court by
Personal. O. W. Hungerford, w m. F. Hlggs,
Md t F. Neale, T, 11. Gardner. Bait.; Major K. it.
Petherbrldge, U. S. A.t B. V. May, Ira Freeman,
Bait.) Hon. John M. Falk and family. N. Y.t Mat.
C. G. Djer. G. V. Rust. U. S. A.t E. H. Jewett, Buf-
IS1UI . tutuuicivu, . tt i auuu, r nuuuiui.
a., n. aiuiu, uiu i - ui. ii. iiivui, ti. a., iuu
F. D. Hughes, Hartford, Conn., are at the Metro
politan. M. Spring, Pa Dr. 1(. F. Hutchinson. V 3. A.t
R. Sands and lady, Phils.) N. Saunders, A. B. Par
sons, Dan'l Carpenter, David Hawley, J. McNab,
N. Y.t Mrs. Col. Blunt, Vt.. and H. H. Millett, U.
S. A., are at the National.
1 Homer Franklin, N. Y.t T. G. LImerken, U. S. N.)
Dr. Leuderman, N. Y.t D. B. Hubbard, Conn t Col.
wtllard, U.S. A.) Hon. K. A. wakinson and lady,
Hon. O. II. Morse, N. Y.t Hon. Wm. D. Kelly, Phil )
K. D. Colt, L. B Colt. Hartford, Conn , and Wash
ington Irving, U. S. N., are at Wlllards.
aciricioci CicDHtTAiicc On Tundar .iw
In,bout8 o'clock,. cllltMicillMthUrDllo
oi omocr m.udTui, one or the detective, under su
Krtntendent Webb, to the f.ct Ih.t a plitol hid
MifaundanthetldewtUCon reiuiiTlt.nl. re
Due.ae.t Thirteenth itreet, eoverrd with blood
which wi; yet wirm. The officer went and eieoi.
tned the pluw. While there, n.n named Emlurt
eame up and bejin .earchln. around, a. If he had
l0.t .Omethlnr. Th. nfllp .MA.fWf Mm. knit
r!'.!Iel.klnlw'1 n hki oet, ko. He replied, "No-
tnina." ine omeerthen ocaerred that the man'i
hand wu covered with blood, and he took him be
fore Superintendent Webb, who ordered him to be
locked up. He wa. therefore placed In the second
ward atatlon-houM, and detained there all night.
Yeaterdajr morning ha wa. turned over to the mil
itary, at the Central guard-boUM.
A CoLonr.1. AaanttK The protoit guard ot
Capt. Johaaon, Tenth New Jeraer, commanded br
Lieut. Franklin, called .at the notorious houae
kept by Seine Auatln about mldnltht on Tueidar,
and, among other ahouldei.trapped gentlemen,
found on the pr.ml.ea the lieutenant dfsoorered a
colonel of one of the regiment, now In the field.
The colonel wa. dl.po.ed to be ob.treperoue, and
tried to dligul.e hlm.elf and conceal hli name, but
It waa uieleu. Lieut, rranklln threatened to glre
him lodging, in the Central guard-house, and on
proceeding to execute the threat, the colonel
"cared," and gare hla right name and regiment,
and wa. ordered to report to the rro oat Marahil
yesterday morning under arrrat.
Medical Tkatmckt. Laat Tueaday night,
Lieut, rranklln, of the night patrol, found a cap
lltn at the bawdr-houee of Mra. Murphy, corner
of Thirteenth and u atreeta. The lieutenant de
manded hie pare. The captain showed a paaa for
medical treatment. The lieutenant asked If that
waa the place for medical treatment 1 The captain
thought It waa but aa Lieut, Franklin held to a
different opinion, he ordered the captain to report
at headquarter, under arreat. j
F.itmiiok or the City Porr Orricr. In Tlew
of the conatant heavy lncreaae of the mall, and the
conarquent inaumclrncy of the accommodations af
forded bv the breaent cftv noit oRIm. th. Pniimu.
- r, . i - :: '. . '. r
irr urnrrai n.s requesieu ine commissary general
uinn,iinuii,i jjoniun oi ine uenerai rosi
Office building, which has been for some time occu
pied by his department.
Whisiv Mill Cuiito. The houae of a Boyle,
on C street, near the deoot. was cloM-dtivth.ni.hf
patrol on Tuesday night, and his liquors confls-
HinituHrwuimra aw oyjuauce waiter sealer
Attixtioh, ArrucTEDl Dr. Vellny la yet
engaged la an extensive practice In thla city,
nd we would call tho attention or tho nonr.
pnny, emaciated vlctlma of their own tins to
tho beat source, of remedy, iFlrut, ulye np your
present course of life at once and forever- and
secondly, call on the moat skilful physicians,
(andnone are better than Dr. Vellnv.1 anil h.
cured of the disease which l In now undermin
ing your constitution- snd sending yon to a pre-
Banking IUtm, Tho following nro the rates
at wuicu uauHers anu oroKcra aro Duvinc and
selling gold and sliver the legal tender notes
uviuf; iuq aianuarai
CuvWilT. . Scllinr.
Gold - - - 23 per c. preiu CO per c. prem.
OUT VI -vU iiti
Demand notes 23 " 'Jl
BanksoflMuo In Washington and (leorgc-
Bank of Metropolis.
Bank of Washington.
Farm's Ss Kerch's B'nk.
Farmers aud MccU's
Bank of Cojuraerco,
Tub Bullion Bimk redeems Its uotea In If
S. Treasury notes, when any amount from one
uunar upwarus is prcseniea
Goto WiiiTCiivnsT. 434 rennsjhania aenue,
to ohtaln superior Likenesses at reduced prices.
li'ltiA rap.1 Vlmitta fnnna.lu .nlil k si .k ,ia..
now aellinK at $4i halfdozens, same rate. Colored
Imperials reduced from $30 to $20; selling whole
site colored at only tc I will excel In "CWored
Carfede YUltft;1 having secured the services of a
rOR TOCmJ CABtEI.
. rjjb. 01 K Srairr, Ncab TnnCiatLt.
TERMS, par Quarter 'of.teniiveeke auertef
comm.aclng at the data of sdnla.lo-n i
EemenUry asi.es In Enrluh '-' a
Advanced Clasaes In KngUsh Utetature
and Science Included 00
Elementary Qasses In English, French, and
...u-iv - ! i. IM
Advanced Claaae. In English, French and
Musle - - . - -"is oo
Extra .harge for Spanish. Oertn.n, Italian, Latin,
and other Lanauaea. i ' I
Dr. ZAPPONE will elva Leeturea. and otherwise
asalat. whenever hit .an .i-im tltn. fmm hi. rimII.
ovw MRS. A. ZAPPOWE, Principal.
IAIRVfCW BOARDINQ SCHOOL,
XOVXq MUX AND BOYS.
Board and Tuition, SI40 per term, of ten months.
Pupils admitted at any ttae.
Menry ianny,r348 Pennsylvania avenue.
Dr. T) son, Druggist, Ninth and L streets.
Jllhn I1.ll.hll..f . lnll-.-ni.-.-h-ir -.., n.. V
street south. '
Joshua Newbold, quartermaster's Department,
UKURUE A. HtTBULD,
no -lm Principal.
A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
tat Wtrr Staiet.
The duties at this ln.tltutlnn will h. um An
the 8th of September. Circulars may b. obtained
at the principal bookstore. In Washington, or by
uB.vi iMa-BUi Ol.-i, nAKHUVhH.
pnOF. ALKXANDEH WOLOWBKI.
VJJuXIHT, VOCALIST, JLXD COMPOSER,
Has returned from his professional tour, ind. by
request of his numerous Mends and pupils, opened
a Course for the Piano and Slnrlnr. br hli nr n.l
simplified method. In Washington, on the 17th November-,
Dr Prof. Wolowskl's system a person hat Ing on It1
SB, BUg lit KllvvTICUKB U II1UI W tl sjs VDRUirtl. in
ery short time, to read musle with great facility,
and execute operatic as well as classical music with
Astothevocal part, by his war of localisation,
hearrliea at moit extrhor-dlnarv r-Multtt. rndor-a
the tolce powerful, and enables the singer to vo
calize with facility, accuracy, and line quality of
Ladles' and Gentlemen's Evening Stnginc Classes
are opened at 6 o'clock p. m., when Pro?. Wolowskl
will also explain the full theory of musto and read
ing by his system. The subscribers to this class
are accepted only till the 1st of December, 1863.
Prof, wolowskl receives visiters dally from 10 to
! . .i J - - - -r n i -s-
TY W. Cm W.4EA COl.AsutUsaeere,
TtttRTY-FtYK NEW COOKING STOVES AT
AVCTlQS.om gATUKDAT MORK1NQ. stth In
stant, we will sell. In front of the Auction Booms,
at 10 o'clock ' '
nurty-tlve new Cook Stoves.
An assortment of new and seconcWiaDd Furni
Terms cash. ,. V. L. WALL $t CO ,
novtT .(Starj " Auctioneers.
BY - C." MeGUmK"Tco., Anetleveere.
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THE OR
P1IASS1 COURT ot the county of Washington, in
the District of Columbia, 1 will offer at auction, on
TUEADAY, the Kth day of December neat, at
o'clock o. m . On the nremlsea. Lota P and P In
West's subdivision of Lot one, In Squareelx hun
uim iuu iwruifiuici u J um U( lucin tom
fronts on New Jersey avenue, nearly opposite the
Baltimore and Ohio railroad station, and the other
on First street west, between D and E streets north,
vs riis.sis,(ir-.a DTiuirctwrru wanuriiirv
and thev are desirable ta bualnta atajidsi
Terms of salei One-third of the purchase money
to be paid In esshi and the residue in two equal In
stalments attend U months, with Interest, to be
secured bv aDnroved notei.
The terms of sale must be complied with la one
week after sale, or the property may be retold at
the risk and cost of the first purchaser, after one
H ELLEN M. JACOBS. Guardian of
B. O. and Helen A. IVeit
J. C. McQUIREH COAuc
nor 3S 4awaw
T ILITAHT EtlVIPHEtlT,
414 Af -- MU VJ ft 1 Qiss
arrORDTI NIW THEATRE.
Ttnth tirtK right oom JPtnntytwtmia swenM.
Nanacer and Proprietor - - Mr, John T. Ford?
,-u.v va nvutusi sHm, ammiwt PeillllMlie J
FOURTH NIGHT OF THE OPERA SEASON
The rounf and beautiful American Prima Donee.
Mlee CAROUIUC RICHTNat,
Assisted by the eminent artiste,
Me. PETBR RlOiriMOI.
The popular Opera Unfer, lit, DUNN,
And a full company of ehoerlters.
Numerous Beautiful Dances
By the Premiere Danseuse, Mile. SOPHIE MEJUON,
aided by Mile. CATHARINE,
1 Moni. BAPT19TIN CRUTI,
And the Corps de Ballet,
Comprised of the most beautiful ladles, under the
guidance of the famous
THIS THURSDAY KVBlfUTQ.lVoT.JITtb,
Balfe's fUmantlo Operatlo Spectaole of the
?" '- Miss RICH1NQS
"ur Mr. RIOH1NG8
The entire Troupe la the variama parts,
Bringing; mra eneci ine services of nearly
ONE HUNDRED PERSONS
ST Ko ntra chargifbr admttrion.
Gtf Secured teatt twnty-flp centi ntra.
tarYRIDAY NIGHT, first beneflt of Miss
PRICES OF ADMISSION.
Dress Circle and Parquet te. 60 centst Orchestra
Seats, 75 centsi Family Circle, CT cents) Private
Doors open at X o'clock i performance commen
ces at IK o'clock. D0r 39
ri ROVER'S THEATRE,
Penn avenue, near Wtitardi Hottl.
i ai nis resmence, no. h 1 enxn street.
superior artist for that branch of butnM. r.iin
nesscsofmapy of those fallen in battle cant ob
tained heret hIio CAnlVihotogrnphs of prominent
men, both ct . II and military. nov 21-lra
DesirA&le India Ruaatn Gnnnt-Mr. H. A.
Hall has Just received a lot of Ofllcers' Lone and
Llrhtdull finished Coats 1 alio, dull flnlah.rpAn.
chos, extra large sites 1 alio, a lot of blue EnelUh
Talmas, very lonr,t SlOeachi which he is Belling;
at manufacturers7 prices, at his India Rubber Ware
house, sto Pennsylvania avenue, between Ninth
rhu train Birvrii. octal H
A WoiD or Anvtcv.Thnan whn lisv tiun
doctoring for wecke and months without obtaining
mifi, sii.uuiu cuuiuii uri m isnuiaii. wnose omce IS
at No. 421 K street, corner of Klghth street, and b
radically cured. Twenty -ft re years experience ha
established Dr. Flshblaft'a reputation as aphyal
clan. Recent ewes cured In few davs. Charges
moderate. DK. FISHDLATT,
No. 421 E street, corner of Eighth,
Opposite the General Post Oil.ee..
India Rvsbcr Goods The place to buy your
RUBBER COATS, LFGGINS, CAMP BLANKETS,
HAVFLOCKS. HAVERSACKS, and ererv ..Ml els!
made from INDIA RUBBER, 1b at II. A.HALL'S
indiaiRuODer warehouse, where you can obtain
them at manufacturers' prices, 310 Pennsylvania
avenue, between Ninth and Tenth streets, oc S3
Ladies', Men's, Youths', Misses' and Children's
Rubber Boots. Shoes,' Sandals and Gaiters: Ladles
and Cents1 Buckle Overshoes, with felt lining and
top) Men's Short, Knee and Hip Boots. At Allen,
Clapp fc Co.'a India Rubbef Store, Penn. avenue,
wmttu iviu sun .ins ! 11 wv mi
India Rudbcr Boots and Shoe. The .bo,e
articles are sold cheaper at H. A. HALL'S India
Rubber Warehouse, Sio Pennsylvania av euue. than
at any other store in this city or v iclnlty. This it
to. Call and satisfy yourselv es, 310 Pennsylv aula
WHO HAYS SO I We say that our store In
the First ward may not have caused a com
motion, but do say that we are running off an Im
mense stock of Clothing at the Leading First Ward
Store, corner of Twentieth street and Pennsylvania
avenue, but who ever saw a store where a Smith
was that did not do business, and the reason Is,
theyalwaya sell their goods too cheap. That Is
why they are alwa) spoor, (Who ererheaidof a
Smith getting rlcht 1 never did.)
We are determined to furnish all Ihe First Ward
with Good Clothing.
Everybody had better come soon and buy, as our
neighbors, In a similar business, say that we can
not stand It more than ninety days longer selling
goods so cheap, but we have a try large lot of
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, and Shoes left, and
we are determined to run them oh at great bar
gains, at Headquarters for Clothing In the First
Ward, corner of Twentieth street and Pennsylva
nia av enue and No. 400 Seventh street.
oorSI-dtJanl SMITH k CO.
TRUNK. AND HARNESS.
409 Se Tenth street,
OPPOSITE ODD FELLOWS1 BALL,
WASHINGTON, D. C. "
I manufacture of the beat material, and hare
constantly on hand, a largo and varied assort
jntitarv and Citizen? SADDLES.
FELT SADDLE CLOTHS.
Patent Feed and Water Buckets,
Officers Fine Sword Belt,
Belt Trimmings, and
Field Olssa Cases.
T It U N K IS 4
WOOD BOX TRUNKS,
A I manufacture Trunks extamlvelr. anil nna.
sarllyhave all kinds of Trunk Material,! am better
prepared to repair Trunks, he., thoroughly and
promptly, than any other establishment In the city.
4Aiuvs 9. iurn.vp..
oct it ami
Tuc Comtbabahd Dihnej!. Extensive nreDara-
tlona have been made by the friends of the freed
men now In this city to give them the first thanks
giving dinner they have ever had.. The tables have
been arranged In a large hall, tastefully decorated,
and preparations have been made to dine about
fifteen hundred persons. The scenes enacted upon
tnia ocoasion oy mese poor pui nappy people, win
be exceedingly novel and Interesting, ana. doubt-
Attkmfteo FraudA Be$pedabU Ftrvi in Cin
rinnui iwipticvteu, aidw uais since tne surgeon
General received from the firm of E. U. WavneSt
Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, samples of what waa repre
sented to be granulated beef tea, with a proposition
of theDartlcsto furnish the aame on reasonable
, terms. The Surgeon General, knowing the respon
sible and respectable character of the firm, ient
the tea to Dr. Woodward, for the purpose of having
him ascertain the amount of muscular fibre which
It contained, not entertaining the least suspicion
inaiineanicie was not an mai was represemeu. !
the grains were discovered to bo composed mostly
of starch and roasted crackers, which appear to
havebeen boiled In beef soup, or something of that
CautLTV to Animals. We have heard great
complaints In regard to the cruelty exhibited to
wards the animals slaughtered for the army at the
Government slaughterhouse, near the Virginia
end of the Long Bridge. It Is said that the poor
animals are handled and killed In manner which
would shock the sensibilities of a Camanche In
dian. Thev are broueht Into a small room, aome
four or five at a time, and brutes, In the shape of
men, enter and knock them about, striking them
with the face of an axe, cutting them about the
nose and head horribly. On one occasion a fine,
large ox kicked one of his tormentors the Inhu
man man raised his axe and deallnr a Dowerful
blow, chopped off the leg that kicked him. We
hope this abuse win be looked after.
Assault. George Ward, alias Sonny Ward, was
brought up before Justice Stratton ) estcrday morn
ing, on the charge of assaulting a Mrs. Craig on B
street, between Ninth and Tenth streets, un Satur
day last. It seems that Mrs. Craig, the lady in
question, was walking along B street, when Ward
accosted her and asked her where she was going,
one told him he was mistaken. He replied that he
knew her, and she need not put on any airs with
hlmt whereupon he picked up a stone and threw
It at her, hitting her on the head. When Ward
was brought up Tor examination, she rccotmlzed
him as the party who assaulted her. He was or
dered to give bond for his appearance at court.
' i. -Another
Peninsula Victim.-First Lieut. Geo.
(m MJ iuuuui ui vumunu) , jncillll tCCUUUtiUl'
unteers, died esterday morning, at the residence
01 aaiuuci i-.iui.uii, mij , uu ..e.rjrinuu avenue, m
this city. Lieut. Raymond waa a brave officer, a
Rental companion and a faithful soldier. He served
through the Peninsula campaign, where he con
tracted the disease (asthma) which produced his
death. He leaves a wife and two children to
mourn his loss. His body haa been embs luted and
will be taken to Vermont for Interment, there to
sleep in a faithful patriot's grave till the " general
orders ' of the resurrection morn " calls the roll "
to the Judgment.
School Thustees At the last session of the
Board of Aldermen the nominations of school trus
tees were confirmed. Tho entire board Is the same
as last ear. with the exception of Chas. W. Davis,
ill ..in u.ru uiiinci, in fiauv u. rnu. . omwuri.
this ocoasion by these poor put happy people, will
d cxcceuutKiy uuvn huu luicreiiiuK, nu. uuuui
less, some of them will be exciting. Their favorite
revolutionary song, " Go Down, Moses," sung by
a thousand voices, will be a novelty perhaps never
again repeated In this city.' The dinner will com
mence at twelve o'clock, and about one o'clock,
the Intellectual exercises will begin. Several dis
tinguished gentlemen will address the meeting,
among whom, we are happy to announce the name
of Senator Poineroy,
New Scuoolsin the First District. Our citi
sens In the tlrst district are congratulating then.'
selves on the prospect of having two new school
houses In their district, in accordance with the fol
lowing act passed at the last meeting of the City
lie it enacted, I c, That the Major be, and he Is
hereby authorlxed aud directed to purchase or
lease, with the prlv liege of purchase, at a stipula
ted price, In the first school district, for a term not
exceeding ten ears, and to erect thereon a school
building of sumclcnt capacity to accommodate two
schools, of sixty pupils each.
Sections. And keil enacted. That for the purpose
of erecting said school buildings, the sum of SBoo
be, and the same Is hereb) appropriated out of the
Seventh Street ani the Avinue. In conse
quence of the frequent passing of street cars and
other vehicles, the crossings at the intersection of
these streets, nave become quite dangerous to pe
destrians, especially women and children. In ac
cordance with a request of the Board of Aldermen,
at its last meeting, we understand that the Superin
tendent of the Metropolitan Police Is about to sta
tion one or more policemen on this corner, for the
better protection of pedestrians.
Dick Sands, Among the arrivals at the National
hotel yesterdaj.we not loo the name of Dick Sands,
the champion clog dancer, who is shortly to appear
at the New Washington Varieties. We congratu
late Messrs. Hambltn At Co., on securing the ser
vices of this talented dancer, who has no equal In
this count ryi and we hope the Washington publlo
will crowd the Varieties to overf.ow.ug on Mr.
Sands' Urst appearance.
Aiding Desehtion. Mrs. Haines, Miss Haines,
and Mrs. Suel were taken to the Central guard
house by the provost guard 011 Tuesday night, on
the chanre of aldlne aii apprehended deierter to es
cape from the Sev enth ward station house. They
pi Avoirs umcr,
Washington, November 20, IStfi,
Whilst another section of our country Is famine
worn, and sister cities He prostrate from evils
dreadful to Buffer and mournful to behold, results
of a blind and lawless resistance to constitutional
authority and tho majesty of the law, an all-scelng
Providence hat averted from us this curio of trea
son, and with an unreluctant hand vouchsafed in
numerous evidences of His grace.
For that manifestation and this benediction It
behooves us to be thankful, and I therefore, and in
compliance with the following Joint resolution of
the City Councils, request my fellow-cit liens to ah.
stain from secular employment, and, assembling in
their respective places of worship on Thursday,
37th Instant, unite with reverent love In grateful
expressions to Almighty God.
Joint Resolution appolutluga D.y of Thanks-
Whereas it IB becoming in a Christian people to
return thanks to the Giver of all good for the mani
fold blessings He v ouchsafes them as a community!
and whereas It is peculiarly appropriate that the
city of Washington should unite with her sister
cities In the observance of a day of public thanks
giving and praise:
Be it therefore rwowd, Jc., That his Honor the
Major 1b hereby requested to set apart by public
proclamation Thursday, 27th November Instant, as
a day of thaiikngiv ing and praise to Almighty God
forthe mercies or the past ) ear, and of prajer for
a restoration of peaco and of fraternal feeling
throughout the Union, inviting all clMA-os to ab
stain iroiu their usual secular emploj raents and to
unite In a proper observance of the day.
ALEX. H. SHEPHERD,
VieiSJent of Board of Common Council.
JOSEPH V. BROWN,
fftiident of the titMiid of Atdrrvien.
Appro , ed, Nov emlwr B, isej
no W 3Uud Mayor.
now In tho naval serv Ice with Commodore Wilkes.
were released yesterday on giving security forthe
appearance ui ..is lu-aericr.
Fourth Ward Station Cases Yes.tlrday.
itifar Jutllr WaUtr. uat-rla Peters, drunk and
aisorueny) cuwiumru iu wutniiuuie,
William vvarrru, asaaui.auu iruituiir iiuou .
John Mahony, assault and battery with Intent to
kill, ball for a further hearing.
Kill a Plon, fighting In church) fined ft.5.
Mr. Horatio Lombard, of Chicago, wasthesuo
cessful bidder for the purchase of the hides, tallow,
hoofs and horni of cattle killed bv the Armv of the
Potomac In the territory between the Rappahan
nock and 1'otomao rivers and the Blue Ridge, at
RTtW per head, the contractor to follow the army
for the purpose of collecting suih. There were
about 40 bids.
Washlngtuu,D. C, hov, 12, I8CJ.
MTICC TO TAX-PA YERV.
Notice Is hereb) given to all persons in arrears
for taxes, whether gas. special or annual t ax, that
unless the same Is paid at this oillce before the 1st
day of Januar) next, the property on which the tax
Is duo will thf n be advertised and Bold as tho law
directs. Those who wish to avoid the heavy ex
pense of advertising will please pay within the
A discount of 6 pt-r cent, will be allowed, under
the law, during the month of November After
Nnvemlrer there will tie no abatement.
wm. uiui. L'ouecior.
nov 19 Staw'lw
TaJOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR CLSTH-
fTH INVKNTOHS AND PATENTEES.
MUNN fc CO, proprletorsoftheSclentlDo Amer
ican, and agents for procuring American and Foreign
a- a t ju n 'a1 m .
With Sixteen Yeart experience in the Butinettt.
Refer to Hon. Judee Mason. Hon. Joaenh Halt.
Hon. W. D. Bishop, exCommlBBloners of Patents,
and to more than fifteen thousand Inventors who
hare bad business done tnrough Muon Co.'s Pa
Pamphlet of advice aent free by mall.
Patent Laws and Regulations, 100 pages, 3d cents,
No charee for consultation, orallr or bv mall.
Preliminary Examination In United states Pa
tent Office, S5.
Offices, No. ST Park Row, New York; Washing
ton, corner of F and Seventh streets. ODDOsite the
Patent Office. maris mlf
W11EI1E, OH WIIEIIKIS ITt Who is
there among you that Is not In want of
something In the way of Clothing, Furnishing
Goods, Hats, Capsl And the best place to get them
Is at the most popular Clothing House of J. H.
SMITH & CO., No. 460 Seventh street, where j qu
can tuM the greatest variety of Clothing and Furn
ishing Goods for Men and Boys wear. We can
safely say that our stock of Clothing excels any
thing in this market, and our reputation for selling
Good Goods Cheap Is true) butthe old maxim, that
' a nimble sixpence Is better than a slow shilling,'
Is the principle that has built up our Immense
Our present stock of Clothing we otter at very low
prices, and we are all the time recelvlngnewgooda
from our manufacturing establishment, No. 40
West Baltimore street.
Do not fail to call at J. H. SMITH fc COS., No.
400 Sev enth street, where you can by nothing at
J. H. SMITH fit CO.,
No. 400 Seventh street,
and corner Twentieth street and Pa. av enue. j
pKNfllONHI PENSIONS II
"Ao attorney una oe reaaraea at ttavxny jitea wr
neceitary declaration ana ajfldavut, es contrmpiawa
by the tixth eection of the act, unlet the tORMS, a
well a Ihe instruction atvrn in tht pamphlet, ARL
at Kin i it i-umruicu 11 j 111." tonniwiu"n
'The Manual of Pension, Bounty and Bounty
Land Laws," published by the Morrisons, Wash,
lngton, D. C, la tho ONLY book now published,
AIL the FORMS In which are exact copie of those
prescribed by the Pension Office. No other Manual
to be found In the market has them.
If ou want a RELIABLE QVWE In maklug
uu lour Pension. Bounty or Bounty Land papers,
as to tOJtM, as well aa substance, enclose one
dollar and fifty cent and send to W. II. te O. H.
Morrison, Washington, D. t, and the book will
be sent by mall to any part of the United States,
Pottage Paid. nov 2ft eod6tkw3t
No 510 ElevcutH street west,
JWar lAe corner of Ptnntytvanta avenue
Tim mililla are herebv Informed, that all cases
requiring the services of a detective officer will be
promptly and carefully attended to, " f
charge, upon application being made at the Po
lice Headquarters, No. 910 Kleventh street west,
under supervision of
W. B. WEBB,
superintendent of Metropolitan Police,
nov Sfr 3aw2m
ALL. AND WINTER GOODS.
MILITARY AND CIVILIAN.
WALL, STEPHENS It CO., are nowopcnlng
their Fall and Winter Uoods, embracing One Dtms
Coats, Doeskin Pants, Vests, he. A large and well
selected Stock of tine heavy Overeoata. Wa have
also a complete assortment ot Business Suits, made
In the most durable manner. Officers will And our
Military Goods desirous to their wants. Heavy
Woollen Blankets, for camp use at reasonable
prices. WALL, STEPHENS fc CO.,
33 a Pennsylvania avenue, between
ocSldtf Ninth and Tenth streets.
DR. LOCK WOOD continues the prac
tice or Dentistry, in the Washington Building,
corner Pennsylvania avenue and Seventh street.
Havlngpractlced In the South nearly sixteen years,
he feels assured that he can give satisfaction to any
inav may cati.
teem inicnw uu vuicaiuic, nuuucr, vr uu
Plate. Chloroform administered when desired.
VKW YORK BUSINESS.
LAW, FINANCIAL. AND C'ULLEUTIN U .
INVOICE BILLS BUSINESS KOTXS KEOOTIATID.
Protested notes and deterred accounts
STOCKS AND BONDS BOUGHT AND SOLD
EXCLUSIVELY ON COMMISSION.
GOVERNMENT CLAIMS B0VQHT.
By G. Z. HOUSE,
Counsellor at Law,
35 Nassau street. New York.
K3m Ten years In State and United States Courts.
Advice gratis. apl I
-tAXTKMarCMr amAI-sV t tHT
V OAXTXMtraY I
lochUka Aviaui, (asi sixth r, , r .t,r
TUB TBIUMTH 0F.TH1 fiEASWKI.V-Mo
A riOTOBT OF TBElfOST BBILLllAJr ,
Over aav ota.ee ertebUsbneat,elUir lei 1 1 1
TBU CtTXtHllADCUIfU,.Otl. BiLTMOl,.
Oil. Which c.nnnl h. In.ttifutlV d.ol.d """'
BT ANT MANAGER Kj Hi i
In .ay of the eltle. named.
Tbl. (TIIUKSDAY) Evening,
The Pearl of th. American State.
MI8B LUCILLE WESTERN,
Mr.' I.. P;'. BARRETT,
" a and that
ENTIRE GREAT COMPANY,
la Buckatone'e freat American drama of
Wild Huntress at the MlaeUelppl.
A story of
IRELAND AND AMERICA
ET-ONr. HONORED YEARS ACO.-C
I RECOMMEND MRS. WREN'S TREATMENT
for Neuralgia, she having cured me very soon.
M. JoHHson, Pension Office.
Call and see how msny reapectsble citizens have
been cured by my HAND MAGNETISM, of Paraly
sis, Gout, Rheumatism, Tumors. Bronchitis, Pile.
In a week. Typhoid Fe er In a few dare, Luchor.
rhsa or whitea. Sure cure for Scrofula and Can
Magnetic Plasters and Ointment.
MRS. WREN, Physician,
oo 2S lm 44 K at., bet. fithandlthsts.
BENEFIT OP LUCILLE WESTERN,
When will be presented Two Grsnd Plays.
Admission oo, 35, and 70 cents. nor 37
"MsXOITB WASHINGTON THEATRE,
Cor. Oand Blnnth tit.; mar iV. ikiiii.
Thurad.y Evening;, November aitn,
POSITIVELY LAST NIGHT,
On which ooeealon h will repeat, by particular
request, her wonderful performance of
THE FRENCH SPY.
In which she will sustain Three Characters
Mathllde, ) '
And fight a Broadsword Combat.
CCBAS will also execute a GREEK DANCE and
a Spanish dance.
To conclude with, for th. last ttm.,
Door, open at 7 to commence at 7K precisely,
"VTMOIIP 9 CH.KMOn.NE
I UAKDKN CIHCUS,
Tmruylvanta atttnue and Stvmth ttrett.
Two Prrermenrie Afttmoon and Ittotil,
TbnnkSaTtTlDB; Day, NoTcmber 97Cli.
A.V ENTIRE NEW OOITPANT.
The mtnifcmfnt la hannr to announce the doiU
tlve appearance of M'LLK IDA and MADAME
CHAS-SHERWOOD. the Litton of the rlns. In
nis great impersonation o.
Or, Thi Onm Oiu't Villi la tht Circvl.
Mr. Luke Rivera, Mr. Charles Rivers, Msster Chas
Sherwood, and Faaif a Phelps, the popular clown.
The whole forming the best troupe In the world.
By special request, EATON STONE will ride
wlththe STAR organisation.
This Aftenaoois and Nl(bt, the old organi
zation of Nixon's Circus will exhibit at George
town, nov 37
Tins EVENING. .
First appearance la Washington Cllr. of1
The Great Dfeelpl. oft TerftaleTae.,' ..
ANNETTE OALLETTI. ,
ANNETTE OALLETTn IV
ANNETTE OALLETTI. v t
ANNETTE OALLETTI. - ')
Th. Beautiful PRIMA DANSEUSE XSIOLtJTA, ,
The Greateet living Danaeute, -
Th. Saec.aefol Star of Yet Season (
NIBLO'S NEW TORK THEATRE,
Where ah. waa Dramatically and Vocally support
ed by many neeUeat artiste, Including
KUI C. BICBOiai, ,
when was prodtfead th. Interesting Terpalohorean .
and vocal piece called ENCHANTRESS, which, ow
ing to tha Unparalleled Popularity of the Beautiful
OALLETTI, had a FUN OF SttCHAU MGUTS.
During an engagement In New York,
' CIULLENGED '
Th. m.n.in.nt hee. in .tat. th.v have secured
the service of th. great Parisian Matrte de Ballet,
MON8. E. VELARDE,
MON8. E. VELARDE,'
The best male Dancer In America.
The management haa the honor io state,' also,
that, In addition to the . a .1
COURT OP SEAI1TI,
he has secured the
OALLETTI-TELABDE BALLET TROVtK.
MISS AGNES SOUT1IEIILAND,
The Scottish Nightingale.
The Lonely and Modest Sonptrcsa.
MILE. LEZErT.1, MISS IIILIE BUHIHO,.
MISS KITE HA iRISO.V, MISS TIIL1' TOJULS
MISS JCSSIE, MISS ELLA,
SOB HAUT, LEW SIMMOXS,
OEO. K. EDESOK, IflLLlS ARXSTRObQ,.
WILLIE EMEKSOK, J. SYLVAS CLARKE,
New Ethiopian Acta,
New Songs onil New Daaacee.
OTEVERY ACT NEW TO-NICHT.-O
THE BEAUTTFUL BALLET ESMERALDA.
Performance to conclude with the laughable
PADDV JULES' BOY.
Doors open at SXl performaocel7Jt' o'clock,, ,
Admission, 30 cental Orcheatre Chalra, 60 cente.
THURSDAY THANKSGIVING DAT,(
A GRAND AFTERNOON PERFORMANCE.
For Ladle, and Children.
Doore open at 3 o'clock.
Admlaalon-Ladlea 30 cental Cbtldrea 10 cents.
rrjACCO AND SEUAIIS
Fr Sale at Wbol..al.
3J0 boxes of Tobacco, light and dark,
1 pounu i.umja,
)i pound Lumps,
sua gross Fine-cut Chewing, In tin foil, different
300 gross Floe-cut Smoking, t arlous brands.
360,000 Segars, suitable for Sutlers and Retallera.
All of which are ottered at the loweat wholeaale
prices, by JAMES WALLACE,
u (Sieis sucti urviiur7U aj. .
Goods delivered to any part of the District free
of charge, nov 2ft tw
Navv Aoent'b OfTICE.
WashinRtoo, D. C, November 1J, 18.
There will be sold at Public Auction, In the Uni
ted States navy yard, Washington, D. C..on Thurs
day, the 71th instant, at 13 o'clock, m , a lot of Coi
per Scale, conslstinic of about 00 tons. It can be
examined at any time previous to the day of sale,
upon application to the commandant of the navy
mi.- ..! ...Ill I. .ukUnt .atlta.llnn kS.r TV
1 lie Sale Will w suujih u iisMiivoiiuH ui tits a-eu-
"TTrANTFD A small Furnished House, situated
If on north side of Pennsylvania avenue, be
tween turn anu Twewn sirens. Auaress,wi.n
location, "ALVIN," city post offlce.
nov in tf
iVPriCR WANTED In t rood localltr. suitable
J for an exchange and banking business. One
ready fitted up, having a Bare, tec , preferred) or
wouiupay casn ior ms nmum, m urn mrv mo
room. Address box HI, Wlllards Hotel, Immedi
ately, stating lo est price, c. uov st j-
HOUSE WANTED. A commodious house,
centrallv located, with or without furniture.
Address Box 32,',', Post Offlce.
nov if ii
"TIT ANTED.ro RENT, a house of from eight
V to twelve rooms, unfurnished, with gas. bath
and furnace heat, in a central locallti Address
" 1,307," National Republican omce.
nov - rotwi -
ri n a n K 1. 1 N
li-p So 3m
L. A UKALL&CO,
Ho. 361 Seventh street,
between I U K.
1?OU It EN T Desirable furnished rooms, (with
1 board.) uUasantlv located In Georgetown, near
the city oars. To permanent tenant, terms mode
rate. Apply at Ifil West street, near High street, I
Georgetown. nov 10 tf
Selliml. Liquor to soldiers. John Freeman.
orooriator of a whlskv shoo on C. one door from
Tha Bnml nations tit Mr. W. B. Da v ton St tecretarv. First strict, wu ordered bv tha nis-ht nstrol to re-
and John Sessford as treasurer of the same board, port to the Central guard house on the charge of I of Pennsylvania avenue. Inquire at No. 407
were also confirmed. Belling liquor to soldiers. Maryland avenue. oo 30 tf
OOMS TO LET. Four Furnished Rooms, with
or without uoara, within nve minutes' walk
AAK IIAI.I Cf.OTIIINO IIOOM,
no , aevenin sireei, DCioir w ,
The subscriber takes great pleasure in announo-
Qg lUIIDUlU aVIICUUOUU bUSlUIUtJlI, liaoi a. .
opened a new store at No. 464 Seventh street, near
F, win; ehehas a tine, selected stock of Clothing
f j r:iv -and Boys wear, which they have Just re-
cet, ed iron, ine nsun, anu oners mem ior bric h. ;
the lowest Northern prices.
ep so 3m Clothiers, 64 Seventh street.
1Ull HA I.E. One undivided Third Interest In
? STANLKYk CONANfS POLKMORAMA.or
Oigantio luustraiions oi the war, now in successiu.
exhibition, and was exhibited over one hundred
Dightsln Boston. Any person desiring to travel,
can make a very profitable investment. For fur
ther lniornia.ion, aaaress j. ki. BiAnu.i, or cru,
between 1 and 4 o'clock p. m., at 404 Twelfth at.,
bet. landK. uovSI-lw-
lt A X STAMPS.
We are prepared to furnish
UNITED STATES TAX STAMPS
RITTENHOUSE, FANT a. CO ,
oct 30 lm Cankers, 163 Penn. avenue.
LOOK OUT t
'or TMC new
or THE MEW
Or THE MEW
A. II. ITERNANDEZ
A. M. HERNANDEZ
A. M. HERNANDEZ
IS HERE I IS HERE I 13 HEM.
And vhen on aand nwJte a note of it,
THE SUN SHINES FOR ALL1
no 12 tl
WANTED Five IluudreU Laborers, to
work In the Commissary Department Ap
ply TO lam. oss, l. a , at ins 10m oi u sirrn.
' A. BECKWITH.Col.andC S.
nov 3ft lot
HOUHK WAJiTEUmlVANTED TO RENT
IMMEDtATLLY, a commodious HOUSE, fur
nished or unfurnished, centrally located t rent not
to exceed il, 300 per year, payable monthly In ad-
nnce. Address " U," Washington City Post Offlce.
nov 2ft 3t (Starl
BONES AND CAMP GREASE WANTED -The
subscribers will pay the highest market price
or any quanuiy oi uonrs sou iKinp urease, unit
heir mill, foot of G street.
eoiiu muituAn . in.nr.Mn..
J 4 4 PENN1LVANIA AVENVE.
(North side,) betweeu Twelfth and Thirteenth sts ,
UHH PENNSYLVANIA AVENVE,
Under the National Hotel.
BRAZILIAN I'EBBLE (Rock Crystal) SPEC
MILITARY FIELD GLASSES,
MICROSCOPES, OPERA GLASSES,
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS AND CARTES DE
STEREOSCOPES AND VIEWS, fco , fcc ,
In a treat variety, and at the loweat prices, whole
sale or retail. nov 3
LUST TEiV DOLLARS REWARD Outhe road
from the Aqueduct Bridge through Georgetown
to Washington, on Monday, November 34, a MEM
ORANDUM HOOK, containing a Sutler's pass for
y. Laudman, a discharge of hi won Dtnketmeyer,
and a letter addressed to F. Laudmann, Prescott
House. The nnaer win receive ine aoo.erewaru
by lea lng the abo. e at tho Prescott House, corner
of 1 hlrteenth street and Pennsi lvanla a enue.
no Sft-3t FREDERICK LAUDMANN.
JUST UECEIVEUOUR NEW STOCK OF
Fall and Winter CLOTHING, which we are
selling at very low prices, at
L, A. DEALL &. CO.S,
No. Ml Seventh street,
sep2ft-4ia between I and K.
1.1 I B 11 X SARGENT'S
! AWNING, FLAG, AND
i7.V0-V TENT FACTORY,
No. 5M Pennsjlrnstlsi siTeime,
WASHTNGTON, D. C.
SUTLERS AND ARMY TEN1S
ON HAND OA MADE TO OBDEB.
Awnings, Flags, Tents, Mall Bags Horse Covers,
Signs, Wagon Covers, fcc, made at short notice.
Of No. 431, corner of Eighth and E streets,
Opposite the General Post Office,
Can be consulted on RHEUMATIC AFFECTIOSS,
CONSUMPTION, LIVER COVPLAIMS CHRONIC
A FFECTIONS, as well as all Diseases of Imprudence,
of whatever character, and which may be declared
Incurable by other ph) slclans. He engages to make
an Immediate cure.
From his lengthy practice In the science of medi
cine, he Is enabled to oiler himself to the public as
being the only one In Washington capable of attord
Ing speedy relief. All cases curable will be guaran
tied. He warrants a cure without the use of mer
cury or any other dangerous medicine. Recent cases
cured In two or three days.
N. B. Letters addresseu to Dr. F., at his offlce. No.
431, corner OI wgnin ana sirvris, opposite j ris
ers! Post OOlce, will receive Immediate attention.
AC A IX D .
Oak Hall Cloth mo Room.
Mr. Bruce, formerly at the Odeon Hall, haa now
opened a new store at No. 461 Seventh afreet, just
Df low omnia s. Wlicrc nv . m uugitmuvisui i'iru
IMJ-1UW PUHUl . BUtIS .. uHynMaitwa .-.
and Boys' clothing at erylow prices; he Is desi
rous of having all tils old customers call on him. n
they can buy goods at lower prices than any other
WANTED. At the New Vork Fmplojment
Agency Office, No. All Ninth street, near
renns)ivania avenue, i.Y.nn'riir.i-oj wuiie
and Colored G I RL8, wit h good references, as Cooks,
Chambermaids, Laundresses, Waitresses, Nurses,
and Seamstresses Also, )oung loioreq men, io
wilt uu tables lu Prit ate Families or Hotels. Also
wanted, houses Immediately, with or without fur
niture. Emplo)erslu want of good help, will tlnd
It to tneir aavaniage io can,
ma2S-tf N. H. MILLER.
xrANTED For a gentleman and hla wife, a
y Double Parlor, with first-class furniture and
board. Price not ao much a consideration at a nice
The best city reference given and required
aresa "iianaer, B -ii)- run uuicv.
DO YOU KNOW IT 1 If j ou do not, call at
SMITH fc BEALL'S, No. 301 Set enth street,
near K street, and buy yourself a nUe suit of
Ctotltlug from them, as they hae just recalled a
new and splendid assortment ,
nov si dtdeel
.,; in th. eik- j. uruce a. co .
No. 401 Seventh street, near F
Call and see Mr. Bruce, at No. tU Seventnatreet
near F. 1
Mr. Bruce has a Floe stock of Clothing for Meu
and Boys' wear, at No. 464 Seventh street, opposite
City Post Office.
Air. Bruce Is the man to please the Boj s In Cloth
ing, at No. 414 Seventh street.
Everybody knows that Mr. Bruce can aell Bojs'
Clothing cheaper than any one else. No. 464 Sev
enth street, opposite City Post OOloe.
For Men and Boys' Clothing call on Mr. Bruce, at
Oak Hall, No. 464 Seventh street, between E and F
Mr. Bruce lathe man to please you la Boys' Cloth
ing, at Oak Hall, No. 464 be enth street, opposite
City Post Offlce. se 2ft im
-air r. wall a, CO. have uu oonslan-
V ment, at their Rooms In the rear ol
.lva.irrw.arnr All. KINDS OF FURNITURE. '
HOUSKKEErlNU AHi it-i-r o, so., tuniprtsuiE
Mahogany, Walnut and Plain Wardrobes,
Walnut. Mahogany and Plain Bureae,
Jenny Und, Frriicli Cottage, Plain and other Bed
steads, Fatension and other Tables.
Walnut aud Mahogany Tete-a-tetes aud Sofas,
Parlor Cane Wood-seat Rockers and Chairs.
Hair, Shuck Mattrasses, Bolstera and Pillows.
Carpets, Feather Beds Bolstera and Plllowa.
With a large variety of alt other goods In the
Furnishing line. allot which will be sold at the
rrv lowest Drlces to close out the stock.
V. L. W A LL . CO.. Auctioneers.
oo us aw
Corner Pa. avenue and Muth t.
OLD DEMAND NOTES,
u. sTtreasurv NOTES,
CERTIFICATES or INDEBTEDNESS,
And SILVER bought at the highest price, by
auj oi. RlT.ENH0USlTi FANT It CO.,
oct 28 lm Bankers, No. 163 Penn. avenue.
5UO dot. Hermetically Sealed Goods, consisting of
Fruit i, Jellies, Meats, Vegetables, Pickles, ic..
Just received and for sale at New otx market
no i ustfioviau Dnuiiii.no
CLOTHING HOUSE IN
X town is at
L. A. BEALL1.CO.,
No. 301 Seventh street,
between X and K.