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..Mc0".n ,0"T at FobdVtiikatbk of the beau
tiful military- opera. suaptedand translated by
Mlii rolioe.Riahings, entitled the "Child of
the Regiment," produced for the first time thU sea
son, at Ford'a popular theatre." 1q splendid style
last evening, to a crowded and most fashionable
audience. All the sparkling gems of thlaopera are
dow presented lo a magnificent manner. The vocal
ization by Mlaa Caroline Richlngs, In the part of
Marie, wee rapturously encored throughout. Mr.
Rlchlagiaa Cartouche, the Old sergeant, looked
every loch toe character he wai personating, while
Mr. burnt at Fonlo, added to Ms already estabilab
ed reputation. The choruses were all correctly and
effectively rendered, also the dramatic characters.
The brilliant div ertlsement, which concluded the
evening's performance, was a happy feature of the
nlght'a amusement. Moos. Ronianlhasln Mlsa
Sophie Nllson and Madam K Marina premiere dan
cers of rare grace and attractiveness.
Gboveb's Tit k At a c-To-night, will be present'
ed for the third time, the great scenic novelty, the
"Romance of a Poor Young Man." Nothing has
ever been presented to the Washington amusement
public, which equal thU beautiful production - for
entire perfection. No single one of all the depart
ments but Is sustained with the utmost strength.
The powerful cast, embracing, for the first time this
season, nearly all of Graver's great company, Is one
!' 01 excellence, greater In all reiuecte. than we have
fy ev er. known git en the ipleoe elsewhere. Last sea
M IUU HUB UIHKHIUUCHI FIB1 W M1W IHI iUCVTII H
Cj r Urover's, but now the east, scenery, properties and
muBiu.iar triuwrou !! a vast vmuracins; misses
nate uenin, Freeman, Lottv iiough, Mri. Germon,
turaara. arrcu, oeiciicu, iwgrrs, jjoaer, tliaoru.
and numerous others, must always attract a full
audience And when sustained br the beat musical
Itbrts of Koppltif andteenery of Messrs. strong
and rutnam, so long as Washington retains Its
present life, people must go early to secure a seat.
The romance, we understand, will positively be
withdrawn oa Friday next. '
WaiiiiotoThxatbe. AffciCaMfwy.. Mesiri,
j. m. r iniw-ucr iiniDiruru inn jrupmar wirairr.
In order to afford Our eitUensthe opportunity of
again seeing the accomplished and successful fe-
bufdaejuisschestney, who will appear this Wed
nesday evening, as Lady Gay Spanker, la the com
edy of ""London Assurance," supported by Messrs.
Bland, for this night only, Baker. Hawk. Forrester,
O. k F. Maeder. The comedietta of "The. Oh1et of
Interest," with Mrs. Gaspard Maeder, late Miss
Fanny Flti Farren, as Fanny Grlbbles, concludes
inr performance, we uespeaa, a iuii nouse,
WAIl.IMOTOMVAaiE-rir.S. Anavcrflnwlntr finnan
Witnessed the great performance gt en at this now
itonular temple of amusement last nlrht. The re
nowned llernandes appeared In the "French Danc
ing Master," me wattle or rarnborougn," and the
comic pantomime of Mol-au- Vent." In allof which
he has no equal In Amerloa. Such shouts of laugh
trr and applause, we believe, were never heard be
fore. He la a wonderful artist. Miss Kate Mar
shall, the talented danseuse, another addition to
the company, was received with much favor. Dick
Hands brought the house down In his celebrated
clotr danceiand Immense annlausa waa, bestowed
Uon Moreate's great act. lie ballet, under the di
rection of Moos Sxollosy, passed offto the delight of
all, while the Ethiopian performance of Paul Iter
ger, Landls and Allen, caused great laughter. Those
who with to see a delightful entertainment, should
v lilt the Varieties, and they will be pleased beyond
question. Every thing Is well placed upon the
stage, and the establishment conducted moat res
pectably, Cahtebbubv. Trulr an Imuienselv attractlie
entertainment Is offered at this leading temple of
r imuKmrni inn evening, i ne great aanseuse nine.
Gsllettlwlll appear with Mans. Velarde and the
full corps de ballet, In two grand ballets the last
of which will be the SDlendld floral ballet, entitled
"La Boquetlere." The fascinating Julia Mortimer
and the favorite danseuse Kate Pennoyer will ap-
pesr in mcir ceieurairu aci, me "uipsyi iay,
Mr. Tim llajet, the best clog dancer in America,
w ill executu his admirable medley clogdaace. The
old favorite; funny Dick Parker, will be on hand to
i amuse the audience with his Lthlootan eccentricl-
tles,andihe excellent comedian, Mr. Geo. R. Ede
on, win sustain the principal character In the
laughable afterpiece, "The Merry Cobbler." Never
In the history of public amusements has such a
mammoth, attracts e. and varied performance been
presented to the public. Reallv one evening at the
Canterbury Is equal to half a dozen ev enlngs at any
uuirr pi ace ui amuaciucui nuw upru in our ciiy,
Mlctino or the Board or Pu.ii.ic School
Trustees. The rerular meetlnr of this Board was
held In the Aldermen's chamber )esterday after
All the members of the Board were present.
In the absence of the Mayor, on motion Mr. Wight,
Dr. Walsh was called to the chair,
The journal of the special meeting was read and
Reports of teachers for the month of November
uere presented and placed on file.
Mr. Utermehls moved that Dr. Walsh be declared
the unanimous choice of the Hoard lor president
ura ttm. Carried.
The Chair presented a communication of Joseph
L. Smith reauestlnr that the old books not in use
in the schools be presented to him to be git en to
Chesapeake amd Onto CANAL.The following
boats arrived veiterdayt ' '
Flora Temple, for American Company. IW tons
eoal. . ..
wm. waish, ill tons coal.
J. J. Watson. Cumberland ComnaaviUO bias of
Fred. Mrrtlns, Cumberland company; no tons 01
Ambetion, Amerloan company, 109 ions coau
O. W. If. Ifettcr. Cumberland Comnanr. lOltona
coal. 1, 11
W. R. Chaplin, Washington Gas Company. HI
Henry Delafleld, American Company, lot torn of
eoal. i , ,. . ., . ,
The following boats left esterday tor. Cumber
land, preceded by an Ice-breaker:
Walsh, Flora Temple, Fred. Mertlns, and W, R.
Chaplin. - ..
Nine loats were expected to arrlt e last night.
Funeral op (Jew. Churchill. Yesterday af
ternoon the funeral of Brig. General Sylvester
Churchill took place at his residence on New ork
avenue. ttween Ninth and Tenth streets. Gen.
ChurchlU has not seen service for msny 1 ears, be
ing 80 years of age. He was formerly Inspector
feneral U, s. A. The deceased was burled at
leoreetown cemeten. and his remains were es
corted to their final resting place by the usual ea-
cori 01 a Dngauier one regiment 01 iRianiry, one
section of artillery, and a company of cavalry pre
ceded by a band of music.
Ought to be Broken Up. The set of low wood
en groggerles near the railroad depot ought to be
broken up at once. All the discharged soldiers who
leave this city for their distant homes, are usually
raid off before leaving, and are often enticed Into
he dens of these sharpers, who are ready to bleed
their victims to the last copper In their possession.
The poor wretch Is then tumbled out doors, and
K lunges Into a course of vlciTwulch lands him
nally in the guard-house or a worse place.
El-anoVKIVS TIlKATIW-aresU Sno
e ess of (he Itomsmcof aPewi-YownsjMan
The great success of the season U without question
me piay proaucea last evening at urovera theatre,
' ' "''"- M 'I 'U .
B INDIAN GOODS. XT?
HEKT OP THl IlTTEBIOJl, .
OrntK IitniAii Affairs. somen
OrritE Irdiar Affairs,
SRALCD PHOPOIALS. endorsed "Proposals for
Indian Goods," (Class 1, S, , or 4, as the ease msy
be,) to be delivered la the cttyof New Totk. will be
received at the Office of Indian Affaire until twelve
O'clock M., on Wednesday, the 10th day of Decem
er next, for furnishing the following named
Mackinac Blantrti, Ctcth$t eni Dry G6t9
ICUK, OH WIIEIUCIS ITt Wholl
there among roa that'll 'iol In want of
hlng in tbe way, of vUolhlng,, Furnishing
Goods, Hats, Capsl And the best place to get them
la at the most popular clothing House' of J H.
SMITH A CO f No, 460 seventh street, where you
can And 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 telling
entitled the "Romance of a Poor Young Man."
The play Is a very interesting and peculiar one,
simple In story, J et very exciting, and, after hav
ing seen It once more, we will endeavor to de
scribe It for the benefit of those readers who may
by some means be precluded from witnessing Its
performance. We are confident the niece merits
such attention. The oast of characters as tint I s.ooopalrs point white Mackinac blankets, to CoodOoods CheaoistrueibuttheoIdmaxJm.thit
announced struck us forcibly with their admirable , r measure so bvn inches, and welch 8 pounds . uooa uoou" -nP "ul ouiine 01a nu, wi
it. but the resile Brand flct nrodatwd 1 ntii,.iHaiint,it. ftt.t,in... i.u.C.t. tn I a nlmhl klvnvna a httthan a alrw shllllnr.'
,wv yntMm 'a pvui, nuns iiibvb.uw 1mi.v ., tv
measure M by 66 Inches, and welgfe pounds
300 pairs 3 point white Mackinac blankets, to
t measure 2 by 06 inches, and weigh 6)
COO pairs Mi point while Mackinac blankets, to
measure M by W lochrs, and weigh 4
luopslrsl point white Mackinac blankets, to
measure by 46 Inches, and weigh J'
airs S point scarlet Mackinac blankets, to
lnatiM All hv Tl lnh. nil nr.lrh A liniinili
a f nitn tiklva mu milnl ....ui ni..lrt.. Kl.f.t. i
beenenlruBtedwlihoraBilgned,(whlcheverltma1 measure Mby66lnchcs,andwelgh6 pounds
ur,Mjir,ru- (ihnb "Pirajiger," wonnv 01 n luo pairs 3 point scarlet Macklnao b ankets, to
measure ny w incnes, ana weign oij
arrancement. but the resile a-rand vflact nrodacvd
by Manager Graver's able artists in Imperson
ating the parts can hardly be described. The
music by Kopplti Is really superb t tbe scenery Is
worthv the master who executed lti thw ma
chinery Is smooth In lis working and dellghUutJ
m cueni ine wors 01 Kir, i,. ruinam) ine ap
(tolntmeots are elegant, and no one seems to have
eft undone anything entrusted lo their execu
tion. The members of the company are afforded
in this Piece a more than nnllnarv niwaalnn t ilia.
plav their ability and professional address. Mr, i i,k) pairs S
L. P. Barrett, as Manuel,wrtsapplau1edtotheecho I measur
In every scene. We deem It the first time he has f 100 pairs tk
Perioral. Brig. Gen. Pratt and staff, V. 8. A.t
T. G. Phelps, Cal f L. W. Anthony, R. 1 1 J. H. Shaw.
Mass.! E " Forbuah, New Vorki E. H. Hadducli,
111 , rdu 11. iisnoerg, new urieens, areai ine na
J. F. Speed, Ky.i Dudley Curie. New Orleans;
Col Proctor, Col. Hudson, Capt. Pope, and Capt,
.turning, u. a. a., are at mo nieirujKtiiinn.
More Patients to de Sent Aw a v. We learn
that about 600 more sick and wounded soldiers will
be sent from the hospitals or this city to Philadel
phia within a few da) s,
Attention, Afflicted I Dr. Veil 11 y Is yet
encaged In an extensive practice la this city,
and wo would call the attention of the poor,
puny, emaciated victims of their own sins to
the bet sources of remedy. First, five op your
present course of life at once and forever 1 and
secondly, call on the most skilful physicians,
tana none are ocuer man ur. veuny.j "ana De
cured of the disease which & now undermin
ing your constitutions and sending you to a pre
Baskino Rates. The following are the rates
at wnicn bankers ana DroKers are Duvinir ana
selling gold and silver the legal tender notes
Dung toe sianaara:
Gold - - - 29 per c. prem. 32 per c. prem
Bllrer - - - 22 25 "
Demand notes 22 " 25 "
Banks of Issue In Washington and George-
Bank of Metropolis. Farmers and Mech's
Bank of Washington. Bank.
Patriotic Bank. Bank of Commerce,
Farm's & Merch'a B'nk.
thepoorchtldren, black and white, in the schools
in me country.
Dr. Walsh presented a resolution authorising the
1 Treasurer to present the books as requested.
Mr. Rheea moved to refer the matter to the Cora
mi t tee on Text Books. Carried.
Mr. Rhees presented a memorial from twenty-five
1 ui lire icmutii m iitc ibiiuvi! (.. ...b mam .
I rescind Its rule which deprtes the schools of the
J I Uiuan Rcauon wres irom tnniimai iu n w iciri.
tr IltAFtitahl mitvuil tn lav th nminltnlfatlnn
on the table.
He did not make the motion out of anydiire-
4, spect to the teachers, but after the Board had met
and carefully considered these rules, and adopted
them, he considered It highly Improper for the
teachers to band together to present such a request.
Mr. Holmead thought It eminently proper that
the teachers should nave the right to petition this
Board on any action which affects them. lie was
opposed to the rule depriving the schools of the
usuatiacaiioo. anu snuuiu tuiv agmuai iiirui.
The chair stated that he understood that the
meeting last held Has merely for the purpose of
considering the report ol the Committee ou Rules,
and that the actlou on the same was not final.
Sundry bills from the treasurer were presented
Mr. His mot ed a reoonslderatlou of the ote by
uhlch the rules for the government of the schools
After a long discussion the motion was adopted.
Mr. Kills moved that so much of the rules as re
quires the schools to be In session during the week
alter (.nriBimaa, ve airicitcn oui.
Mr. Ellis stated that he toted for the rule at the
last meeting for the purpose of moving a reconsid
eration of the vote at this meeting.
Mr. Morsell hoped the rulo would remain as It
Is. We have nearly half the year as hollda) s now,
and he was oppos-xl to too many holidays about
the time of Christmas. It is a lawless and noisy
week, at best, and the children would be better oft"
Mr. Wight saw no objection to holidays during
Christmas week. It was a time of festivity and
1 isltlng. If the schools are tn session at that time,
the children will not attend In any reasonable
Mr. Rhees was In fat or of a number of holidays.
M He thought some regard should be paid to faithful.
iiaoorious teacners. lie, nr one. ten uispuaru iu
1 viva heed to the wishes and ODlnions of the teach-
I " era. He referred to the schools of Boston. New
York-. Cincinnati, etc., wnere a great many noiiuaj a
Mr, Miller fatored the holiday week.
Mr. Utermehle desired to correct one Impression,
which some of the teachers appear to have re
ceived. He had been told, by one of the teachers,
hat the motive which Influenoed the Board was,
that It was a" Yankee movement." Another gen
tleman of the Board had been told by a teacher,
that it was a " Northern movement." He Mr. U.J
was not a Yankee, neither dltkhe affiliate with the
so-called Yankees, and hesSwaa In fsvor of the
Mr. Holmead favored the motion to strikeout
The motion was carried. .
Mr. Rhees, chairman of the Committee on Rules,
moved sundry unimportant amendments, the most
of which v ere adopted.
Several amendments, proposed by other members
of the Board, were acted ou.
Mr. Miller ottered a resolution that, as the first
of January occurs, this ear, ou Thursday, the va
cation be extended to the fifth of January. Adopt
ed. Mr. Davis mot ed that half the day, on Saturday,
be used as school da) s. Lost, 4 to 6
Mr. Rhees presented statistical tables, Ac, which
had been prepared to print with the manual of the
Board, anU asked that they be printed In the mauu
al with the rules. Granted.
Tub Bullion Bank redeems Its notes In U.
8. Treasury notes, when any amount from one
aouar npwaras is presenieu.
Desibaile India Rubber Goods Mr. II. A.
Hall has just received a lot of O (fleers' Long and
Light dull finished Coats also, dull ftntshedPon
ohos, extra large sliest also, a lot of blue English
Talmas. 1 err Ions, at alOeachi which he Is selllnr
at manufacturers' prices, at his India Rubber Ware
house, aio Pennsylvania avenue, between Ninth
and Tenth streets. oct 37 tf
A Wobd or Advice. Those who have been
doctoring for weeks and months v ithout obtaining
relief, should consult Dr. Flshblatt, whose office is
at No. 431 K street, corner of Light h street, and b
radically cured. Twenty-five years experience ha
established Dr. Flshblatt'a reputation as aphysl
clan. Recent cases cured In a few days. Charges
moderate. DR. FISH BL ATT,
No. i3l K street, corner of Eighth.
Opposite the Gpneral Tost Office.
India Rubber Goods. The place to buv rour
RUBBER COAfU, LFGGINS, CAMP BLANKET,
i.tfinnir. n V5. m aVi fr .. " .i T" - J7." i '
iiaai.ulivb. nAtin'Aiv0,iiiiu vrery aruui
made from INDIA RUBBER, Is at H. A.HALL'S
India Rubber Warehouse, where )ou can obtain
them at manufacturers' prices, 3iu Pennsylvania
avenue, between Ninth and Tenth streets, oc 33
Ladies, Men's, Youths', Mlises and Children's
Rubber Boots, Shoes, Nandals and Galterst Ladles'
and Gents Buckle Oiersboes, with felt lining and
topi Men's Short, Knee and Hip Boots. At Allen,
Clapp&vCo'a India Rubber Store, IVnii. avenue,
between loth and 11th sts. nov J4 lm
genius. From first to last we lust sight of Mr. Bar
rett, and only saw either the poor steward, else the
manjuia u viinmpcy in ine scene witn Dinrgne
rite, la tbe tower apartment, he was excitingly
earnest, and be It said to his credit, that as high
pitched and wild as his tones were, he ne er ranted ,
or jumbled his words or sentences, and read with
an eloquence thrilling!) earnest and admirably cor
rect. In the' "Leap for Honor,' his action was
novel, grand and elegant, and as he Jumped from
the fearful height a shudder was discernible In
every portion of the audience, which was succeed
ed by such an avalanche of involuntary applause
aO seldom heard In a theatre In this elf). We
applaud Mr. Barrett heartily, and moro earnestly
than ei er commend him to those of the public whu
have yet to see him act. Miss Lotty Iiough was
welcomed again tn the theatreof her former Wash
Ington triumphs by a house full of friends. As Mad
ame Aubrey she was Madame Aubrey. The audi
ence appreciated this fine actlog, and clapped their
hands for joy many times during the c enlng. Miss
Kate Denin plated the heroine Marguerite. Miss
Kate is sweet at all times, but more charming thsn
ever last evening. Ever) body knows her great ca-
pauiiii)-na an actress, anti rveryoouy preseni last
night acknowledged the fact publicly. MIrs Free
man iiiiiruiun uariDi iieiouuiiervurfiiiii. Airs.
Germon thoroughly understands the character of
Finuminj iwiriNiue, nnu ner acting was mny appre
ciated. Miss Glmber had not a great deal to do as
unaiinr, uui uiu ti exceiieniiy auss sopuie is a
fine vocalist, and although not perfect In voice,
sang with much sweetness, and was several times
applauded, particularly In the last act. The quar
tettes and choruses were delivered ery artistical
ly. Mr. Grot er may pride himself with great Jus
tice upon the excellent t olees he has tn his com
pany and those he has secured for auxiliaries. The
Defievannesof Mr. Setchell was beautifully con
ceited and ery efficiently acted. Mr. Setchell Is a
comedian who may be said to lm assimilated In his
Ideas to the lamented V. E. Burton, but this can
only, He opine, be said of him tn those characters
in wiucn mr. uurion was nonuiar. we thin it that
Mr. Setchell is the head of a new school of corned v.
. !. Wl .a.JIIIa. i l-L. tl 1 '
UU IIIBI !! ICUUIIIUII UI .,1. UV (If) HllllCS IS Nil UD
questionable proof of what we assert. Mr. Rogers
impersonates 1 err truthfully the old rrench cren.
tlemao, Dr. Desmarets. The character Is ery skil
fully drawn by the dramatist, and Is one of the
principal personages of the drama. Mr. Bokee Is
at all times an excellent actor, and aa thADlrat
Laroque.was thoroughly appreciated Thecharac-
nrwruwuii mm. ine piece inrougnout is su
premely beautiful, and reflects great credit upon
every department of the fashionable theatre. It
will be performed again this evening, when erery
one who has not seen It should embrace the oppor
tunity offered of seeing It, for such 1) known to be
Manager G rover's taste for novelty and variety,
that no one can tell how soon It raaydisnpper
from the public.
J- Meetlup; of Pennsy lr smlaus. A public
meeting of the Penns) Irani Soldiers' Relief Asso
ciation will be held at lllards Hall on W EDNES
XAY KEMNO, December 10, 1S6J, at half past
The sons and daughters of tho " Old Ke stone
State," In this city, are sll most cordially and
earnestly Invited to attend this meeting to learn
the opeatlons of the Association since Its organ.
tatlon, and to asstit, by their presence and counsel,
iu icucnru anuria tu iruviut; lur ine enre nuu com
fort of the thousands of sick and wounded soldiers.
In camp and hospital. v ho claim our sympathy and
All the members of Coo ureas from Pennsylvania
are expected to be present.
Reports from the standing Committee of the
Association wilt be presented, and several distin
guished speakers will address the meetlnr
J ft. .MUUHllrJAU,
John M. Si-xlivan, President.
Secrctar). dec 10 It
Evening, December 11th, Prof. Dinlel Ullson, of
Canada, will give the second lecture of a coune on
"Unwritten Hilton ' hulijett ' Phi llologv ."
mmuderv So. 1. will meet at the asv luin. corner
of D and Ninth streets, this (Wednesdsv lev enlng "" i" aJJd bea d
at 7 o'clock The members are requested' fo appesr "S .n h!.tX Ki
in run costume. Sojourning Knights are reipect
fully Invited to attend
diO ID Recordtr
I0O J 'sirs I point scrirM Mackinac blankets, to
inenaure uy a incurs, ami weign a4
100 pairs t point gnen Macklnao blankets, to
measure W by 73 Inches, and weigh 8 pounds
lud pairs 3K point green Macklnaa blankets, to
measure 64 by 68 Inches, and weigh 6 pounds
1,000 pairs S point Indigo blue Macklnaa blankets.
to measure 60 by 73 inches, and weigh 9
SuopatrsS'i point Indigo blue Macklnae blankets,
to measure 64 by M Inches, and weigh
100 pairs I point Indigo blue Mackinac blankets,
to measure W by 4 Inches, and weigh
too pairs I point gentlnella blue Mackinac blan
kets 10 meairure 60 by 73 Inches, and weigh
SoopslrsS); point gentlnella blue Mackinac blan
kets, to measure 64 by ee Inches, and weigh
100 pairs Hi point gentlnella blueMacklnae
blankets, to measure SS by W Inches, and
weigh 4 i pounds
IUU pairs 1 point gentlnella blue Mncklnao blan
kets, to measure M by 4 Inches, and weigh
3,000 yards fancy list blue cloth
4,000 do gray list blue cloth
300 do do black cloth
l,otw do saved list black cloth
4,000 do do blue cloth
6,000 do do scarlet cloth
Six) dozen 8-4 woollen shawls
600 pounds linen thread. No. 40
1,300 do cotton thread
60 gross worsted gartering
73,000 ards calico
6,000 do Merrlmao calico
8,000 do Turkey red calico
35,000 do blue drilling
30,000 0o brown drilling
80,000 do bed ticking
3,000 do latloetts
39,000 do plaid Unset s
30,000 do unbleached domestic sheeting
2,000 do bleached sheeting
10,000 do checks, stripes, and plaids
10,000 do flannels, assorted
3,600 pounds brown gllllng twine, No. 30
boo do cotton maitre
; 3,000 tw Hied flannel shirts
600 doxen hickory shirts
3,000 calico shirts
300 dozen Canadian belts
Class No. 3.
Ready Made ttothtng
300 blue satlnctt pantaloons
360 do coats
60 cadet mixed satlnett coats
360 do do pantaloons
176 frock coats, Indigo blue, broad cloth
loo pantaloons do do
330 cassinett costs, trimmed with red.
Class No. 3.
Hardware, Agricultural Imptementtt 4,T.
3,700 pounds brass kettles
40 nests Japanned kettles, (8 in a nest)
6ou camp Vettles, (3 sizes)
300 dozen 3 quart tin pans
300 do 4 quart tin pans
6 quart Ttnpans
coasse tooth combs
tine tooth combs
weeding hoes A
hand saw flies, 4K lu7b.es
3,600 short handle fry pans
73 uozen uasiuig spoons
1,600 do table spoons, (Iron)
aaea, iu nci4ii 7 iu uj yuuuu,
half axes, to weigh 3 pounds, (with
600 pounds brass wire
1DU uo iteii vuiuvif ivruiuuuu
A nimble sixpence Is better than a slow shilling.
Is the principle that has built up our immense
Our present stock of Clothing we ofhr at very low
prices, and we are all tne time reeelt Ing new goods
from our manufacturing establishment, No. 40
West Baltimore street.
Do not fall to call at J. H.SMITH k CO' 3., No.
400 Seventh street, where you can by Clothing at
J. II SMITH k LO ,
No. 400 Seventh street,
and corner Twentieth it rest and Pa. avenue,
nov 21 dtjanl
. I T A It V KJlUIPJIEttT,
Vnn'a ofrnw, nearJfiUard$' Hotel.
LtoxABO Gboveb, . - - Manager.
THIS (WEDNESDAY) KVBBflBfO, D. 10.
THE CHEF D'OUVRE
This magnificent production, notwithstanding a
success entirely unparalleled, must positively be
withdrawn on Friday, '
Mr. U P. Barrett as
Mr. D BetcheU as -
Mr. Ben. Rogers as -
Mr. W. Bokee as
Miss Kate Denln as
Miss Lotty Hough as -
Mrs. CJ. C. Germon as
Miss Sophie Glmber as
TRUNK, AND HARNESS
400 8. Tenth .tr..t,
orron odd returns' hali.,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
1 m.nuf.etur. of th b.t m.t.rl.1. And h.r.
cOD.Uatljr on band, a large and varlaa a..ort
Military and CMztni' SADDLES,
FELT SADDLE CLOTHS.
Patent Feed and Water Duckets,
Offlcera' Fine Sword Belte,
Belt Trimming!, and
Field Glaei Caiea.
T it U N K a .
WOOD BOX TRUNK?.
Aa 1 manulacture Truoka extenalrelr. and neeea-
aarllrbare all kind, of Trunk Material, I am better
prepared to repair Trunk,. fce.f thoroughly and
promptly,thaa any other c.tabllahment In the city
rfAiua a. lurjinnt
RFSP.RVKD SCATS for the ROMANCE OP A
POOR ODNO MAN maybe procured three days
in advance, WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGL..
Aum.ssion oo, so, ana 3 cents. dec id
pOlUTB NEW TIIKATHK,
Tenth ttreet, right above rtnntylvania avenue.
Manager and Proprietor - Mr. John T. FOrd,
(aiso oi j-ioinuay atreet me at re, Baltimore.)
OPKRA AND BALLKT.
ThlM Week of the Young Prima Donna.
Mlsa CAROUNG IUC1IINUN,
MR. RItHINGS, MR. DUNN,
1 he Pu erful Chorus, and Grand Ballet.
THIS ( WEDNKSDAYJ EVENING, Dtc. 10th,
Donizetti's Opera, adapted by Miss Richlngs, entl-
- tied the
"DAUGHTER OF THE RKGIMENT."
Marie, the VIvandlere Miss Rlchpigs.
Cartouche, an old Sergeant - Mr. Richlngs.
TO CONCLUDE WITH A GRAND BALLET.
itb all its Indescribable splendor s.wlU shortly be
PRICtfi OP ADMISSION.
Dress Circle and Parquet te. 60 cents j Orchestra
Seats, ?5 cents) Family Circle, So centst Private
Boxes. 8. .
Doors open at S o'clock) performance oommen-
wa m ij4 uoiocK. at
ATIXON'a WAaillNGTON THEATRE,
Eleventh and Ottrttti, near Prnn. avenve,
Lluitb . . . . a. ai F. Macdcr.
Ihiha RtiBScn Roots an it Knots The above
articles are sold cheaper at H. A. HALL'S India
Rubber U arehouse, 31 1) Penns) Ivanla a enue, than
at any other store in this city or vicinity. This U
so. Call and sat Isfy j ourselves, 310 Pennij Ivanla
aenue. no 'Jit tf
Iniha Rubber Gooiis It Is not necessary for
Mr. II. A. HALL to i numerate the different ah lei
ami. kinds of Rubber and Gutta Perch a manufac
turers goou ne keeps tne nas tnemaiijonnanut
and a glance Into the beautiful store or list of yricet
lien bv his kttendants. will conv lnce anv one that
bis establishment Is realty the only India Rulirr
It arehouie, and Is located at 310 Pennsylvania at e
nue, next door to Mesirs. HarjMr k Mitchell's Dry
Goods warehouse, between Ninth and Tenth
streets. letf tr
UU IV itiiiiiiiuhii, J a iimij a mia biimuk,
to obtain superior Likenesses at reduced prices.
Fine Card Vlgnetts, formerly sold at SS per dozen,
now selling at $4t half dozens, same rate. Colored
Imperials reduced from $30 to i20j elling whole
size colored at only (6. I will excel In "Colored
Carle de Vitltti" having secured theaer.lces of a
superior artist for that branch of business. Like
nessesofmany of those falleu In buttle can be ob
tained here) also card photographs of prominent
men, both cltil nodmtlliar). nov2l lm
Wounded and Disabled soi.hii.bs Can have
their "ArrristirvPavtVs" made out for aDnllcatlon
of " Invalid Pentton;' Immediately upon procuring
their Vltcharge," by application to ffft, Gardner.
If Zulkk, No. 4S8; seventh street, between Dand E
streets, near General Post uttlce. No charge until
pension Is procured. no wt im"
K3-I.ec. lire. Km Dr. Ketl), of lliltluiore,
wlUdelher his celebrated lecturt-ou l Aponilyiitic
Vorehadouin of AmerUan llitloiy,tt mi 1 hurt Jay
evening next, at 7 o'clock, In McKendrw Church, I
Massachusetts atentie, betwffii Ninth audlfntli
As the proceeds of this litture will go lo the
fa) ment of a debt on 1 letcher Church, and the 1 ce
ll rer being one of the most ttopular orators of the I
Methodist denomination, the lomniltlee feel in I
hesltanc) iu asking an overilou lug house.
J N. DAVIS,
It. II. WILLIAM4.
dec to it toinuitllec.
of-uwilll u, vuuii, inn Krenirai 11, iiik urniur.
wlirdellveroneof his most ctltbrated levtures, at
Dr. Sumlerlamrs inurcn, rour-aiui-'.-nr.ii street,
between C and D streets, fur the tenetlt of the
Young Men's Christian Assoclatlun,
Theletture Hill comnici.teatl'Ko'cloiL D-mr
open at 6 V tickets 60 cents) to be had at liillan
tinc's, Shepherd's, and Shllllugton's bookstores.
The atoe lecture will tike place next Irlda)
0 O A
CieorgetOMU Alurlue 1.1st
Der iHTVBCS Sthooner Globe, Van liuren, coal.
From Alex. Ray, agent, for New York.
Steamer H. He) moor, Rooms, merchandise. From
H) de U Dm Idson, for I'htladelplil i
On the 9th lustaut, of CouMiunitlou, James F.
MrEvov, aged 21 ears.
The friends of the family are Invited to attend
his funeral, from the resilience of Mr. I. F. Mudd,
on D street, between Ninth and Tenth, ou Wednes
day evening, at v o'ciock.
DRAKE'S PLANTATION UITTHIS.
They purify, strengthen, and im igorate.
They create a health) appetite
The) are an antidote lo change bt water aud diet.
They overcome effects of dissipation and Hte
1 hey strengthen thes) stem and enlhvn the mlud
They pm ent miasmatic and intermittent Te ei s.
The) purify the breath and acldlt) ofthcstoinach.
They cure Dvspesla and Cunstliatlon.
They cure Dlarrluea, Cholera, and Cholera Mor-
Ihey cure Ller Complaint ami Nenous Head-
They are tne itest miters in m wurni iney
make the weak man strong, and are exhxuated
nature's great restorer, liiey are made of pure
St. Croix Hum, the celebrated Callsa) a Dirk, roots
and herbs, and are taken ulth the pleasure of a
beveraite, without regard to agoortimeufd.il.
Particularly recommended to delicate persons i
m.irinr a irentle stimulant. Sold br all Grocers.
t . .- ll.l.l. .-I O.Iaa-?- d il lin i 1 l L
Cbiminal Coubt Beore Judye Merrick yuter
de y. Sylvester Lee, charged with the larceny of a
silver watch, the property of Henry Robinson.
Found guilty, and sentenced to t j ear and 4 months
in tha nenttentlarv. Norrls for defence.
tt m. Faunce, Christopher Faunce, and John Ban
nister, cnargeu witn riot, rouuu guuiyui anauray
nnlv. sentence deferred. Stone for defence.
Peter Uowmyer, charged Htth the larceny ot
boots, shoes, and shoe leather, the properly of
MAhlen G. Hlerlns. Found rulltr. Sentenced to
1 year and 4 months In the penitentiary. Drury for
John McMann, charged with tho larceny of one
nam,tne propenyoi jonn inaw. xounu guuty.
sentenced to pay a line of $1, and imprisonment In
the county Jail for 4 months. Fendall for defence.
Randolph Barnes, charged with the, larceny of a
lot of postage stamps, the property of Johnson,
button. Acquitted. Fendall for defence.
Lewis white, cnargeu witn tne larceny of W3,
the property of Peter Snyder. Not guilty. Norrls
Police Matte!. Geo. Men!, larceny) com
mitted to Jail for court, by Justice Drury.
M. Duckley, using threats) bound over to kp
the peace, by Juitlco Drury.
Chas. Carroll, drunk and disorderly) committed
to workhouse, by Justice Drury
H A. scott, drunk and disorderly) lined $3, by
Chas. Rosenbush, using threats of violence) se-
T. Hayes, drunk and dlioiderly) tlned Ci, by Jus
tice y siier,
Jas. Kenton, drunk and dliorderl) fined S,68,
by Justice Ferguson.
Geo. Johnson, drunk, and disorderly) fined tl 94,
h Justice Fers-uson.
Emma McKnlght and Marls h Seemes, common
t prostitutes) ordered to give security to keep the
peace, uytjusuw Pirauuu.
AIMM.ICATIONH for Duplicate I. a lid
Application ha ing been made under the act of 23d
June, 1660. for the reissue of the Land Warrants
described herein, which are alleged to have been
lost or destroyed, notice Is hercbv glventhat,at
the date fallowing the description ot each warrant,
a new certificate of like tenor will be Issued if no
valid objection should then appear.
No. 93,109, for 120 acres, issued under the act of
March, 1865. In the name of Arnold Harrington, and
was granted September 17, 1837 January 4, 1903.
No. B3.4C4, for 160 acres, Issued under the act of
Maroh, i860, In the names of the minor children of
Daniel F. MoCune, deceased, and was granted Oct.
23,1808 January 11, 1863.
No. 100,847, for IbO acres, issues under the act of
March I860, In the name of Ansel Allen, and was
granted March 12, 18t-January 18, 1603.
No. 100,860, for ICO acres, Issued under the act ol
March, 1856. in the name of Rachel, widow of Geo.
1 lamer, aud was granted January 6, 18U2 February
No. 7,700 lor 160 acres, issued under the act of
March a, I860, tn the name of Wm Crlsler, and was
granted February G, 18071 etruary SJ, 1863.
No. 9,650, for 80 acres, Usued under the act of
KntTnhr. 1HSO. in the name ot Jonathan Mc I lenri'.
and was granted July 6th, 1801 March 1. 18GJ
AGAR 11. The undersigned begs leave to In
form his friends and the public- that ho has
bought the Interest or Nit. Hincs' Shaving and
H&lr-dresBlngestabltshmeot,No.4tl Seventh street,
near the corner of G, (opposite tho Fatent Office,)
where he will continue to carry on the Shaving
and Hatr-cuttlng business In tho latest style.
Thankful for past favors, ho would solicit a share
of the public patronage. ..,,,.
Particular attention ptld to cutting children's
hair. WILLIAM L. FftFEMAN
de G lm '
CtAMETO THE PIIK3USEB OF THE
Subscriber, sometime since, a Condemned
Covernment Hni-atv The owner Is requested to
come forward, prove property, pay damages and
viiarara, ui iikd mm (war.
" ' n'l ILrilPM Ik)
It. Jt lULV.a.bl.l.nil)
no 29 lot' Ridge Road, Eastern Branch.
riUIE CHEAPEST CLOTHING HOUSE IN
X town Is at
L. A. BEALLfcCO,
No. 301 Seventh street,
e 20 Sm between 1 and K.
Druggists, Hotels, and Saloons.
CO., 202 Broadway, New YorL,
tr-X-lIatclielor'i. Ilalr UltThe llest lit
the World. William A. Bachelor's celebrated
Hair D e proaucea a coior not io vv uisuuguisnuu
fromnaturet warranted not to iojure lUir In the
leaanremetlles the lll-ettects of bad dj es, and luv lg
orates the Hair for life. GUEY.KED.or nusiY
HAIR Instantly turns a spleudld Black or Brown,
leaving the hair soft and beautiful Sold b) all
tpThegenulnelaS.gtitHlWM A BATCHl LOH,
onthe four sides of each box.
Factor), No.81 Barclay street, (LAte 233 Broad
wayandl9Bond,)New York. ui) 3-ly
KJ- The Great l'euusytvaula Itoute-The
quickest end safest route to the Northwest and
Southwest. Twothroughtralnsdnlly, and one on
Sunday, Soldiers' tickets at Government rates to
allthe principal points In the North and West
For tickets and further Information appl) at the of
fice of the "Great Penns) ivanla Route," northeait
corner Penns) Ivanit avenue and sixth street, un
der National Hotel Ulllce- open from 7 a in. to 6
n tn inn Snntlna2 to 4 It. 111
' i o vnnrnu
aug 8-ly Agent.
J Special Not ice, On and alter Tuesdaj,
Apnl 1, 18C2, the trains on the Baltimore and Uhio
Railroad will commence running dall), (Sundi)s
excepted,) leaving this Station at74u a m , and
connecting at Washington Junction with Mall
Train for all parts of the West via Wheeling or
Parkersburg Through tickets snld and bipgag-s
checked tt". P. SMITH,
M ofTnnFportatlonH.icO.il R.
tj" Westou'a Prosjresa of 81n ery .Copies
ofthls work ore for sale at the olllceof tho Nntlonal i
Republican. Pamphlet edition, '26 cents. Bound
edition, 70 cents.
100 dozen butcher knlv es
loo do scalping knives
230 do squaw hatchets
12 do 4f Inch ilat files
20,000 )rounJs tobacco.
Class No. 4.
On, Ammunition, fc
Cw) rides, cap lock, (half ounce ball)
300 shot guns, (double barrel)
160 kegs powder
1 ,mw,ooo water-proof caps
300 bags Trald balls
Cui) powder horns
2&-J dozen gun nipples
Goods of American manufacture of the required
styles and quality will be preferred) but, as the
samples of blankets and cloths are roreign fabrics,
it will be necessary.ln proposing a domestic article
of either of those kinds, that a sample thereof shall
accompany tne oiu. inn articles io ue lurmauru
must, in all respects, conform to and be equsl with
the Government samples, which may be seen at
this otllce on and after the 24th Instant. The ar
ticles will be rigidly lasDeuted and compared with
the samples bj an agciit or agents appointed for
that purpose. Such as may be unequal thereto In
any particular will be rejected) In which case the
contractor will be bound to furnish others of the
required Uioaor quality wiimn mire uajatur, ii
that be not done, they will be purchased at his ex
pense. Payment will be made for the goods re
celv ed on Inv oices thereof, certified by the agent or
agents appointed to inspect them. It Is to be un
derstood that the right will be reserved to require
i rntir or iss uuaniiiv ui anv oi me ariiuiea
named than that specified In the above schedule)
and all bids for furnishing said articles may be re
jected at the option of the Department) and that
none from persons who have failed to comply with
the requirements of a previous contract with the
United states, or who are not manufacturers or
wholesale dealers In the required articles will be
considered) and the fact that Didders are such man
ufacturers or dealers must be evidenced by the cer
tificate of the collector of the port where they re
side, or where It is proposed to deliver the articles.
The proposals must embrace the articles, with the
quantities thereof as they are arranged In the
schedule, with the prices annexed to each, In dol
lars and cents, at which they are to be furnished)
and the amounts must be carried out and footed up
for each class. Said prices and amounts must be
so given, without any modification, or proposed
modification, or variation whatever. They should
be submitted with the following heading: I (or we)
hereby propose to furnish for the service of the In
dian Department, and according to the terms of Its
advert isemems uiercui.uniuu iiuvwucr imii,i.
the following articles at the price thereto affixed,
(here insert the list according to theclass or classes
GRAND RE-OPENING I
WEDNFSDAT EVENING, December 10, 18ftl.
The young Washington favorite, for the first time
this season, aa
LADY GAY SPANKER,
in Bourclcault'i comedy of
Sir Hsrcourt Court ley - Mr. H. Bland
(for this night only.)
Max Harkaway - - N. C Forrester
(by permission of John T. Ford )
Mark Meddle .... Mr. Harry Hawk
(by permission of John T. Ford )
Charles Court ley .... Fred Maeder
Dazzle ...... Gasuard Maeder
Dolly Spanker T. B Baker
ursca llaricawav - -Mrs usspardMsedrr
(Itte MUs Fsou) Kit r Mr ren )
Cool Mrs. H. Bland
A MAGNIFICENT NEW DRAWING-ROOM
Will be used, psinted by Messrs. Lamb U Maeder
After which the Comedietta of the
OBJECT OF INTEREST.
Fannr Cribbles, a stare-struck Chambermaid.
Mrs. G. Maeder
Barney' O'Dwyer ... Mr. Harry Hawk
Mr. sitamerton - - Mr. P. H. Gallagher
Louisiana Avebtoe. meab tizrtt BT '
In V rear of it National BoUl.
INCREASED ATTRACTION FOR THIS WEfeKf
OALA W KKK
At the Qriat OsjBtsrbary.
With Its powerful Combination ot Artists tuch
an Immense array of Beauty and Talent upon ona
stage, without a precedent In the Annals of Amuse
ment. THE CROWDED HOUSES
Accorded to It, by the public! demand an acknowl
edgmeator UN PARALLELED PATRONAGE.
IT STANDS ON THE ROCK OF PUBLIC OPIN
I OK, which Is the solid foundation of success.
TfE CASTKRBIRY SPARES NO EXPENSE
To obtain the best Talent In the country tor her
All the Great Stare of the Proteasloss
First make application for engagement.
Immense success of
ZPLLS ANKETTA QALLETTL
iPLLE A2WETTA. QALLETTL
M'LLE ASEETTA OALLETTI,
The fascinating French tad Spanish Danseuse,
who has no eouallnth nreseat da v. for Grace.
Talent and Beauty, and everywhere she appears Is
the chlefTerpslcborean sensation of tbe dayv All
who have seen her will remember her soft, winning
appearance, ana aii-x ceiling moursiy.
M'LLK GALLETTI Is tha same who waa the
chief feature the principal Card of the Ravels
during their reoent lour through this country. She
is now reoeivwg
THE GREATEST WEEKLY SALARY
raid to any one artiste before tha public- for a con
Continued engagement of
M0N8. EDWARD VELARDE,
TU Beet Male Dancer la the World.
WLLE QALLETTI end MOSS, VELARDE
are nightly received bycaowDED abd fashiona
ble audiences. In eottj unction with the ex.
traordlnary attraction, the sweet and un
MISS JULIA. MORTIMER.
The premier Danseuse,
MISS KATE FENNOTER.
Tha pleasing Songstress,
MISS NELLIE TAYLOR,
The Great Star Company of the Canterbury,
Who will appear every evening In a choice selec
NEGRO COMICALITIES. Ate., ka.
First week of the charming
arranged by Moni. E. Velarde, entitled
M'LLE ANNETTA GAIXETTI
MONS. EDWARD VELARDE
Will appear, supported by
TITE GREAT BALLET TROUPE.
Call at the corner of W onth and D streets,
dec 10 It J. H. S.
ITANTKD BY A LADYr-Board In either
vi a Diivate famllr or boardloa-house. where
the tuition of children will be taken in compensa
Good references riven.
Address "A. H. B.," Ladles Window, City Post
unice. uec v n-
WrANTEU. A SMALL HOUSE, of about four
M rooms, or two or three unfurnished rooms
with a private family. In the First ward or north
ern part of the city. Address, for three days,' J.
a P.," lUpvUtcoa office. decfr 3t
I"rANTKD. Ladles and gentlemen to consult
M Lfi Vblsiue, a descendaut of Astrologist to
Napoleon the Great, on alt aflalrs of life, at 411
I leienth street. Diseases examined and cured In
a few sittings. dec 6
rPEAMM WANTKDI TKAMMWANTEDM
ro haul wood a distance or two miles over a
tiosite Alexandria. Apply at once at 474 Ft
Mrs. Major Culverin
Mr. F. G. Maeder
- Mrs. H. Bland
Miss Julia Irving
BOX-BOOK KOW OPEX.
- 1ft cents.
first rate descending road to the ferrj landing, op
iwiiit. Alexandria. Aunlr at once at 474 Four-
teen th street, opposite Wltlards. Those having
teams tor saie apply at tiih same piaoe.
dec 4 t
n( Utirc WANTED. A commodious house,
ten trally located, with or without lurnlture.
Addreas Box 34),, post Otllce.
WANTED-At the New York Employment
Agency Ofilce, No. 611 Ninth street, near
Pennsylvania av enue, T WENTY-FI VE (28) White
aud Colored GIRLS, with good references, aa Cooks,
Chambermaids, Laundresses, Waitresses, Nurses,
and Seam stresses. Also, young Colored Men, to
wait on tables In Priv ate Families or Hotels. Also
wanted, houses Immediately, with or without fur
niiurr. r uiiuujrra in wniu uiguuti hciu, wik imu
N. H. MILLER.
It to their adv antage to call.
may ui ii
"VlTANTKD'--For a gentleman and his wife, a
If Double Parlor, with first-class furniture and
board. Trice not so much a consideration at a nice
The best city referent glveu and required. Ad
dress "Banker," at the tit) Post Otllce.
KIH 1IUL.A TT,
Of No. 421, corner ofEighth and E streets,
Opposite the General I to it Office,
Can be consulted on RHEVMA TIC AFFECTIOSS.
COSWMPIIQN. LIVER COMPLAINTS CHRONIt)
rFA-CnOAV, as well as all Dlseasesof Imprudence,
Tickets to be had at the principal hotels. Doors
open at 1 to commence at precisely. dec 10
1 (Pennsylvania avenue and Seventh street
Warmed by patent Heaters.
The most comfortable Amphitheatre ever erected
MONDAY, DEVBUBEIl Nth,
Engagement of TOM KING and his NFW YORK
PlniWTtt TOntlDr uhn. will ann... tr. tLtD J
i...uuu ..u u r, na.u n... myirrmt III uin, I11A'
Return of the Washington Favorite.
DICK PARKER. DICK PARKER
The Great Negro Comedian.
I. M, MYi.X,
The Champion Clog Dancer of the World.
Mr. Hayes Challenges the World. Man and
money ready at any time
MR. QEORQE R. EDESON,
The Talented Comedian, Psntomlmist and Comic
M. JEAS CLOSkIt
The wonderful Jig dancer and Ethiopian delineator.
THE COURT OF BEAUTY,
.WJSS LILLIE BRANDON.
MliS JLbblE ALLEN,
I ILLY FORBES,
LA PETITE ELLA.
GYPSY'S IAY, GYPSY'S LAY,
By MISSES MORTIMER and PFNNOYFR.
J. SYLVAS CLARKE,
and the CORPS D'ETIIIOPE,
Forming In all
THE GREATEST BILL EVER GIVEN
In any one establishment In thef country.
To conclude with the screaming farce or
TTIE MERRY COBBLER,
WAX ts? TINSEL.
Christopher - - Mr. Geo. R. Edeson
Doors open at tU performance, IV o'clock.
Admission, 24 cents) Orchestra Chairs, 60 cents
EEK ONLY, After-
ON'S THEATRE FOR ONE
noon and Nlcht.
The direction of the entertainments, and the
presentation of the Artistes will be under the lm-
mruiair uirrcii n oi iuni ainu.
Mr. TOM I ING respectfully Informs his Wash
ington friends that owing to arrangements with
Mr, Nixon he is enabled to present the
FINE CORPS OF ARTISTES
he has lately brought to this city among w horn sre,
Tbe great achiever of the
TERRIFIC LEAP FOR LIFE.
Mr. IV. J. Smith,
The equestro-dramatle Impersonator uf
JOCKO, 1I1E APE Of BORSEO
Madame Jr utile,
All under the auspices of
TOM KINO, The Champion Lea per,
Who will appesr at tvery entertainment,
Xinth if reef, near Fenntylvanta avenue.
PROPRIETORS . - -ACTING
A. HAMBLINia, CO
A M. HERNANDE7
- JAMES PILGRIM
FOR SALE OR RENT.
I?OR RENT. A Parlor and Bed Room on the
; first floor, one square from the Av enue, suita
ble for one or two gentlemen. Apply at No. 333
D street, between Ninth and Tenth streets
IOR RENT Handsomely furnished apart
; ments. suitable for members of Concress. No.
4d7 Ninth street, between E and K streets, near the
raieni umce. aeos iww
pOR HALE THE LEASE, FIXTURES. AND
iirrcbi iv.i ), wiiiui wuciiriui iraiTuucuuvi
of w hat etc r character, and which may be declared
Incurable l) other phjslcians. He engages to make
an Immediate cure.
From his lengthy practice in tne science or medi-
doe, he Is enabled to otter himself to the public as
being the only one In Washington capable of afford
ing speedy relief All cases curable will be guaran-
proposed Tor,) dellv erable In the city of New 1 orlc cur. OP Hny otner dangerous medicine. Recent cases
ly the 1st da) of April next, or ai such time or I curfj ln twoorthreedav s.
times during the vear 1803 as may be ordered by the N B Ixtters addressed to Dr. F., at his otllce. No.
Commissioner of Indian Attalrsi and if the prppo- 1 4j, coraer Df Eighth and E streets, oppoilte Gen
sal be accepted (here Insert the words " In v .hole or I m p,,,, 0race wU1 receiTB immediate attention,
in part, if more than one class be proposed for,) I 1 O0 v
(or we) vvlll.wlthln twentydays thereatter,execute I
cnntrai-t affordlnarlv. and art e securltv . satllfso- I
torr to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for milK CONFESSIONS
the faithful performance or tne same." Each pro- x
tnv lauiiim ciiuiuim- ' "wti .. r" i
nosal must be accompanied with a guaranty ln the 1
following lorm, 10 w siguru uy iwu ur more rraiuu
slble persons, whose sufficiency must be certified
to by a United states judge or district attorney 1
We hereby Jointly and sev erally guaranty that the
above Didder, (or bidders,) If a contract shall be
awarded to him (or them) according to his or their
bid or proposal, will execute a contract according
I) . and give the requisite security for the perform
ance thereof, as prescribed ln the advertisement for
proposals for Indian goods' dated 17th November,
166-i: and, ln the event of his (or their) failure so to
do, wo hereby agree to bind ourselves, our heirs,
executors, and assigns, to forfeit and pay the
United states, as damages, a sum not less than
fifteen per cent, on tne smoum 01 saia ma or pro-
nnani" Bonds u 111 be required ln the amount of
the bid for the faithful performance of the contract, "IT
w Ith two or more sureties, whose sufficiency must
Published for the blnciit and as a warning and
A CAUTION TO YOUNG MEN
who sutler from Spermatorrhea, Nervous Debility,
Premature Deca), etc, supphlng, at the same
time, THE MEANS OF SELF CURE. By one who
has cured himself, after being put to great expense
and Injury through medical humbug and quackery
By enclosing a post paid addressed envelope,
single copies urn' be had of the author.
NAIHANIIL MAYFAIR, Esq
nov 20 d3mlf Bedford, Klugs Co , N. Y
hm-ortillM bv a United States ludre or district at
torney No proposal will be considered that does
not strictly conform ln all particulars to the terms
nnd directions ofthls advertisement.
WM. P. DOLF,
nov IS 3tawDecl0 Commlsiloner-
Orricc Indian Affairs,
November, 1WJ. I
since the abov 0 adv ertlsement, dated the 17th in-
stant, for ' Proposals for Indian Goods," waspub-
riLL BE OPENED TO-DAY,
liir; rr.uri..-a lyiiiLULAimu uuhakv,
493 uvemn urtil, near t, teatl tide,)
WASHINGTON, D C.
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One month,! vol.
do 3 do .
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SMITH fc BEALL'S, No 3ul Sev enth street, ' RH?' f t0b"C " ' " Uo &'" being Cured Daily, by JIand
T0 YOU KNOW 1T1 If vou donot.cill at I llshcd, it has been decided to take from class No. 3,
near K street, and bu) )ourself a nice suit
Clothing fiom them, as they hive jut received
new and rplendld assortment
nov 21 dtjanl sj
SMITH A, DEALL, No. 301, Seventh street,
between I and K streets, Is tho place to buy
) our winter Clothing. They sell cheap Try them,
nov 21 dtjanl
Althnutrh there is a samDle of the tobacco In this 1
. rr:.:r : i.. .'.-. ; 1
' oince, LUiuers are rcquraicu 10 lorwara ssmpira 1
I with their bids, for consideration. Call aud see the names of someof the first citizens
Commi 'is loner. of Washington, who have been restored to health
Gout, files, Neuralgia, Rbeumstlim, Scurvy,
Ajj new stock of Clothing for Men and Bovs'use, variably cured without ail.
which we havejust received, and offer for sale at MRS. WREN, Ui K street,
very low prices, at No. 464 Seventh j street, near F. , between Sixth and Seventh streets.
;J...liiv.. . r' N II Thrltvrara miiwlthln . nuar nt tha
OOD WILLotA first-class Wholesale Llauor
and Sutler Establishment! has been doing a fine
business for two years) located ln the central part
01 Penosvivanla avenuet will also make a flrs1
clan restaurant. For full particulars apply at the
Agency Office, Ml Ninth street, near Pennsylvania
Also, City Property and Houses for sale,
no lo tf
1?OR RENT AND HALEThe Furniture of a
; tlrst-clais Bosrdlng House, with Fourteen
Kooms.in tne v ery best or neighborhoods, now hav
ing from fourteen to sixteen boarders, satisfacto
ry reason giv en lor selling. For particulars apply
ai wic Agvuvy uiuti,, uu jiiuiii aircri, near rrun.
avenue. N. If. MILLFR.
EOOMS TO LET Four Furnished Rooms, with
or without Board, within five minutes' walk
of Pennsylvania avenue. Inquire at No. 4.8T
Maryland avenue. oc 30 tf
XI sinua, a-riTBttv mun rumu ranics
The Subscriber, at the ureent reouest of the Clt.
Irene of Washington and the Publlo generally, has
now resumed his out-side family business, In the
DINNERS, PARTILS, SUPPERS, MEAT DISHES,
Sent to anv Dart of the Cltv at the Shortsat Notice.
and will be superintended ty the Subscriber In per
The Droorletor would also bee leave tu mnlnd
his Patrons ol this branch, that the Iste Store j
and Saloon has been changed to s Gentlemen's Res
taurant The Ladies who will favor hli.i with '
their Patronige will find, onthe Htcoud tluor,
handsomely lurnlshed Reteplluu Room, I11 which I
Mrs gvuticb will be happio retetvr their or
ders Kutrante b) the 1'rlvnle Door
nov eolm 2C2 Pennsylvania avenue
all P. r North aide, b.l. I4tll H. 13lh .1.,
Tlic Public will Nnd, In thl.
A CareJ 'idly-Selected Ateortment of Standard Work,
ln English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, and
the Ancient Languages, comprising ii istobv.tb a v
eu, rocTBV, hoy xls, and juveniles, as well as
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Orders for Bookt not on hand, domtttic or foreign,
will le promptly executed. no2& lm
second week of the
of the eminent artiste,
A SI, Hernandez,
A. SI. Ilerasuidex,
A. M llemsutdex,
Who will appear ln the comic burlesque, entitled
BATTLE OF FARNDROUail,
and the comic pantomime of
In which he will perform upon fourteen differeot
First appearance of
M'Us Pauline, M'LU Psvullave,
M'lle PauUni, MU Pauline,
The Beautiful and Accomplished Danseuse.
JU'lle Julia Letunau,
M'lle JuUsv Lehman,
The Beautiful Spanish Danseuse.
Mlsa WhtlpWy, Mlsa AVbelplejr,
31 1 as IVhelpley, Mlsa WTislplsy,
The Graceful Danseuse and Pantomlmlst
First appearance of
Miss Kate Manuals, Mlaa Kate Marshall,
From the Winter Garden, New York.
New Ballet, entitled
Chsrsctersby M'lle PAULINE, M'lle JULIA LEH
MAN, Mons. SZOLLOSY and
OKAND CORPS DE BALLET,
Comprising the most beautiful ) oung ladles, under
the direction of Mons. Szotlosy.
FRENCH DANCING MASTER.
Professor AM. Hernandei.
Proprietors of Oak Hall Clothing Room.
sepS6 3 m
nor 2T lm
COME ONE, COME ALL, TO L. A. BEALL& CO ,
to get your Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Trunks,
Hats, and Caps,
No. S61 Sev enth street.
e 2& 3m between UK,
Paul llci-gsr, V Paul Bcrger.
J, W. LfcUdls, J. V. Landls.
J. A. Alien, I. A. Allru.
Dick Studs, Dirk Saudi.
J. Cole man,
the Celebrated Comic Singer
3Iocete Brothers, Moreste Brothers,
Moreste Brothers, Moreste Brothers,
Whose daring perforrasnee astonish every
THE BEST TALENT IN THE COUNTRY
Appear nlghtl) at
THIS GREAT TEMPLE OF FUN.
Doors open at f X o'clock j Performances to com
mencet 7. dec