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JWn.-'Alt.r mraiMU of im prtnratla
ar. to ha,, til, eriisit,f fiU AuMfMbM
0 on roBBfyiTODM arrnu., wm .flouro
i toMUnUr but of "tHurtrtwrm J
DdiV la wklck th, eomMool OMU of an
th auautou .Mlatta.ol th, povnlat atUWIA
shut, nr.'u. ji..Biroi, . ioi
machinery Is novel, complicated and startling1, and,
It li sawwill reflect much etedlt tha 0igiir
jdeoMTroi,Mr.'F. ruUDan.,,Ta properties,
pr)ULtmenta,oatanMS,lu,.,hav been express! j
manufactured for the piece, and nothing winterer
hu beta left undone to render the piece; perfect
, success, W had tha pleasure of witnessing this
play upon It first production lit New Vork, and
ettt testify to th latere of tha play , Its unique
scenes, excellent character, thrilling Incident, ko.
Tha representation f Th Avalanche I beau
tifully terrific, attd wi Mpt that It will ba a wall
rton to-night a It ever baa barn previously v Tha
cast of tbaraeter I a strong at eould possibly ha
constructed tn any thtatrc lo tha country, and em
ploy MIjhi Praia. Freeman. Ryu a, Nrs.Oermon,
the sister Monk, Mis Lee, Messrs. setehell. Bar
one ahoiild take advantage of the few opportune
tie which will ba ottered lo e " Pauvrette," and
re are confident that It will amply repay their
tine and expense,,, , a . t
on nextftumtay1 (Christmas, afternoon, there
will ba 'a special family Matinee, for ladle and
children, at two o'clock. "
Enjogmente ar Ms PfM--Etery variety of attrae
ttonai opera, draau, muale, Terpelehore, poetry
end painting, all eomblned, In tha beautiful and
entertaining representation of "tataoella, or The
Power of Love" the magnificent how piece, which
)m been pronounced by all who have aeen it to ba
the grartaet spectacle of the kind erer rotten upJ
Month before lte pcrformaitceotumri, deals
era, staga machinist and soenl artUtea war alt
at work for tha product ion of tha tnoit brilliant
effect to be Utroduoed In thla datsllag romancei
betides, ballet masters, eborua leader andorches
tral director were aaalduously employed on It,
while one Asaarlean rnrlna donna. Mis Carolina
KIchtngii. tha eminent artiste, Mr Klohlngsi th
Hnntanl ballet troupe, tha full opera company,
and tha double dramatic combination, are ail en
gaged In tha performance of Satanelia." -this
rrjirnl aueces of tha season will be reneatcu thla
veiling, -with the patriotic allegorical living plo-
viirr at vaihiwotoh flir.Kicnmai aa loeprrvoni
fleatloa of the honored hero. the Fa t her of hi
Country," whose name will never dlej the memory
of whose miraculous struggles for our Independ
ence winertr linger mine nranaoi our pvopio
(intern end atranrrra. with that true discernment
which always lead them to meritorious ofiartors
f.r pubUo-amusaaacnt. Aock la thousands to thla
Nitoi'i CatMonnx Ciacus. ThU afternoon
clses of this troupe to the pubtle, and assure them
that a few hours vastedwith them could not be
(tasted mora pleasantly Among'the troupe will
found Jimmy Heynolds, who stand without a
rh al a a clown) Katoo alone, the chaunloa rlden
Ibe Mherwood faiallr, M'lla Virginia. Mile Ida. and
Mon. Rochelle in hie daring w Leap for Life, and
altogether make np a rery at tract ire performanc.
VAHiN0T0HtVAatrriES- An entire new pro
gramme Is presented at this successful establlah-
Iuieni inisriruiBK,. hhiau innuii noil n
cotuplWhed rocAiUt, will make her lirst appear
h ance la Waihlngtoaj A new grand ballet, arranged
iy the taienieu arusie, mons szoiioey. inwnicn
he idajs tU leading cbaraeter, entitled "Pacha
Abdul Kaiak," will be produced charact era by
Mons. A. Gross), Mon'. V. Lehman, MUa Whelp
ley, M'lle Julia Lehman, M'Me Pauline, Mis Flor
eut, Miss Charles, Miss L. hoblnaoo. Ml as Drake,
and the grand corps de ballet. Tha fiud worth
lirothers apiear In a laughable piece, entitled
' Peter Piper Pepper Podge," Also will ba pre
sented, fur the first lime, the comla pantomime of
" n..be rt Macatre" Moos.' A. Grosal a Uobwrt.
and A. M. Hernaadei as Jacques strop, supported
by Lehman, Pilgrim, flzollosr, Miss U'helplcy,
Mile Julia Lehman, fcc. On Thundajr (Christmas
day) two performances will be gtt en In the after
noon, commencing at 3 o'clock, for the accommo
dation of ladles and children j and In Ihe e enlng.
at tha usual time, ' ' - -
Odd Feixowi Hall. Till evening, the famous
company which ba met with unparalleled success
at tho Canterbury, will appear at Old Fellows
Mall, and our ladycltltens cn now bare the on-
Iiorlunlty of graflf)lng their great curloklty to
:nowwhat always rendered the Canterbury Ihe
most attractive place of amusement la the clly.
We trust that the ladles will avail themseh ea of
Ihe opKrtunlty thus ottered, for we assure them
tht ihftvutll rreatlvenlov the rich nerrisrmanee
which Is given dt the ladles and gentlemen coin-
1Kstng ine uanicruury company, a no, our worn lor
t, they will not ha e occasion to regret spending
an t enlng at Odd Fellows Hall diirlog this week.
Ilie full company appear to-night In many of their
choicest acta of icriormancev Wa see. from th
advertisement elsewhere, that Mis Julia Morti
mer ha recovered from her Illness, and will appear
to-night, with Mis Kate Penno)r. Arnea fcuther
Und. anditwentv other artistes, tnakloa a I&reer
company than that at Canterbury last week. Co
eariy, u you wisn scan.'
Police Mattmi. Michael Welsh, assault and
lattery with Intent to kill, committed to Jail for
pmirt.hv JittHra Drurr. '
Dennis Fnwrleht.drunk end disorderly i fined A3.
by Justice Drury.
' Jas.K.Walkrr,JohnTalty.H.JonestR.MarslillJ .
H. seymore, John Henry, J. Leas, H, Lee, J. Morris, 1
j, nun. a, lwuiii ura. suiicr. was. muter, i.
Clair Mathews, J. H. Butler, W.,Laratt, ft. Clark,
y. Stephenson, Win. Henry, S Lawson, it. nulger,
K. Salibury, S. Hensll, J. arley, W. 11. Mathews,
JOno oiraer, a, acavaou, i. urunnr, t. uiur, a.
Jackson, L. Bend, W. fiorlel, t Reed, W. Kuuell,
Stephen Tally, keeping a disorderly house) Hoed
Bio, uyjuiuct L4iijiiiUt Aiipvairu in suuri.
in.ti.t.rl.vtnn Anti..lMrta court i "' UDlllia. lugiuv.aoa ni. oompiwion Wf r.
I!JS lliiai rinonJnfr houin Bail ail) b.Jn'l1' Tb, 0T.rcoIWM round la tha
"ihaiySaVwOTVirtirt?? JiM for a fu,th.r 'M...4aaW. iawmWaw. ' ' ..
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aUBl UTIHIUI l.KinilJ IT.IWIUII HUM aiUtTU
Henry Deonl. drunk aad disorderly ( flnM ST, by
M. UutUraatt Mary Holmes, disorderly conduct!
. nnea as, oy juauce i nunpeon.
1 lulnla minv. tihianvi lad tnr ivtiirl tit Jua.
t, tke Donn. , . .
' Wm. uowie, susuiciod oi sieaung a quantity oi
brandy) Jali for a further bearing, by Justloe liar-
Fll Whitney alias Brown, suspUlon of larsenyi
Jail for court, by Justice Walter,
llsabelh WlUlams, larcenyi jail for court, by
Patsy RobblAson, disorderly) fined $1 91, by Jus
tice St rat ton.
Josephine Cruiser, drunkenness; fined $181, by
Geo. Harvey and Samuel Getson, uttering trea
sonable language) turned over to military, by Jus
a .i ..
Thibd Waid Police. Oa Thursday laatiChaa,
M. Miller and Nelsou Steeson,(negru,)commItted
liv Jnaita ThamniDD for a. (urlb-r hratlnelast
week, u ere examined In relation to the charge of
burglary and robbery In Ihe tailor shop of Edward
lonenuume fin iui. ur. riiuiiia amwnrru
counsel for Miller Ihe investigation or this ease
nvmini blniTa,)ianilned and itronret idenoe lntrodu-
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ceu incuipaiorjr ui me priauurr, iuinrr. i, iiavn ricu
fllS OWN tUUHaHl vimiiiuwi rratai vr nciinii iiirio.
eult was the final commitment of Miller and Mc.e
aon for trial at the criminal court. Samuel Wood
ward, the colored man first arrested, aud who made
Important disclosures in this case taDdtcitli
ouuer Donaldson, was disc barfed fromcuslOily,
t.ut held to ball for his aniearance at court as a
witness for the proseculU.n. It, Is worthy of note
tbatonenf the prlncljial witnesses against Miller
testified that, having read Ihe notice of the priso
ners arrest in me new spaiwr, ii was puuusi.eu in
the lltuuUican of Moudai hsl.) lie eonaldered It his
duty to report what he knew at theMelrepoIltan
A-r-i-ruPT at Robbebi Scarcelr a dav nasaes
but we are called upon to chronicle some robbery,
or an unsuctessiu. auenipr. ine tuij bi prrsrni,
seems to b Infested with thlev es, and w take this
occasion lo again waru our iltliens, fu Order that
proper car may b taken to pret ent the operation
of these burglars. During the latter part of last
week, a bold attempt was made to break open a
safe In the establishment of Messrs. Thompson k
Cot oa Pennsylvania avenue, toutalnlng some
aiu.UA), but fortunately it was only partially sue
irsMful, There Is etldence, however, of Ihe- men
being expert burglars.
Arrested roa LAncrMV. Ell Whitney .
lliown, a rolored roan, was arrested by Officer Fck
loir, of Ihe Fourth ward, on Saturday night last, In
pritthrr's allej, on suspicion of stealing aw, the
property of Chas. Wilkes. He was taken before Jus
li Waiter for examination at tha Fourth ward
statlou house. Several witnesses bring called and
examined It was clearly proied that lirown stole
Ihe tnonej. He was therefore committed to Jail for
Two iiArKDairras, named John Ragan and
Phllln Hughe, were brought to Ihe station-house
by Officers Johuson and Ta) lor, who arrested them
. I..tr.iav r.tv rtinalntr that hacks within our cor-
Lorate limits without having the number or their
lehlcles painted thereon. J usllce 1 hompsoa hoed
ine psruea iss eacn anu cons.
Ki.in.rat' PaiB LiaaAar. Axrandooncert will
be aiven at Wltiarda' Hall, on the Slst if this
originated In this city by John A. Fowle, 1 iq , of
HB net j wi itn
plorctMn WiLaoJ AvaV-Ve9as r
.Wllaoa iMtarai oa- Friday nlghLwae attended
lyalrgaadlae. The subject, "The History of
tlTlllsaUon," wasdUeuised in a very clear and coo
Ht manaer. Heaaltl, th tena PalvllttaUon"
aaont of hi moral and mawtal 9wwn. whleh anab
blee htm at tho present daft baft it mo appttea to
th flnt aawalag of atrll eoeWy, whleh eoatala4
1 gttn all wbaytmat haeaaa etaM.r .
rnwanaeounTrUe, amid th luknriaa of th
tropica, civilisation mnst first Jut drawn Us ear
liest rrawttta fact nttested Tnr KMlorr aad eon-
Urtned by theory. For, whea the bodily Want ar
eaellysMppttad.themlod eaa'aet more freelr aad
b mora xlnlviy tnraM to snowioagaw Hene.
altaough etrtlltatro hss la later tlmeepassal to
mort'aoiihern regions, they ari but. partially
emaaelpated from the thraldom of Igaerance. , But
there U a quasUon that lies at th root of ail sci
ence, all el v Hint Loo.. It la thla i What I man, aad
tkowdoesbedlterfromrtb. other aalaaal whtth
mrroundnimT Tha tradition or men, ute reeorca
lhehavelert behind, laaeribed upon.th earthj
ana their nature. Itself, a displayed la their In
satiate deslra for Improvement, deoot a far
hlaher order of faculties and Impulse than those
of other material creatures Man lath only an I
The bird build lis aest and th beaver it dam
now, a they did at the -beginning of creation a
thing known to science u common observation.
When men unite to form eotnmuultles their power
are expanded, tbelr energlo elevated, aad tner ar
la the full enjoyment of tbelr proper good, r When
on the enntrarr. the other animate are made aub
Ject to a similar law.thejloae their Independent
iiii),mxt uranucu kbu vvuuniv nm airniunui
their owa kind. Jletwecnbrtng.therfore.ofauch
dissimilar nature there can be no aaalogy or con
necting link. . t
Thus, all the speculations of those "p$tuda " set
entitle men, who hold that man is sprung from tha
gorilla, and tha Ilka absurdities, topple to th
ground. It 1 a common practice with some men
to refer to the Dltle for confirmation of their va
rious theories or to deny It divinity because soma
atmarent troth seems to clash with Ita teachlnn.
Tha, Borne envani have supposed man to have ex-
iiiw ai a muca more remoie perioa man is assigneu
br th hlatorrof Moses. One of their atronreat
arguments Is. the mallltude and diversity of Tan
gaages, of which there are known to ba four thou
sand spoken at the present time. Dut Instead of
eonfutlng, It establishes th scriptural aocount.
For example, take a tingle language, the Latin,
which, in slx.centurle.lia been multiplied to
seven ther tongues, tha Italian, "iiealsh, portu-
gurie, rrencn, luirnianana waiecnian.
.The Professor adduced manr other Illustrations.
tending to unfold the hidden capabilities of human-
iiy, anu na onwaru marca 10 eaiignienmeni ana
DisfotiaiE or tiik Rcr Ma. Ciiamxiko. Tha
iter, win, H.,j.anniagtwnospcntti.egreatrrpar
of the bast week lnmlnlBterlnetothe wounded on
the bloody battle-field at Fredericksburg, addresied
a lanrA audience teaterdar. In the Senate. Chamber.
upon the scenes and event of which he wa a wttt
nesi, neuescriDCUin grapnio anu loucning lan
guage the heart-rending spectacle, and drew new
proou oi immonniT) irom inv neroic seiHsacnnce
and self-forgetfulaass of t ha brar men ho otTered
up their lUe on the altar of their country. All
hearts were moed by hi pathetle narrations of
Individual siitferlng, accompanied b a uagnanlm
llv which In many eases literally real I red the beau
tiful anecdote of Wr f'hlllp Kidni-r, who.when mor
tally wounded at the battle of Zutphen, denied
himself a cup of water In behalf of aprlvale soldier
whose neceisllles were greater than hi own. Th
firoloundest attention prevailed throughout th
arge assembly, while many exhibited evidence of
deep emotion. ,
We will furnish, to-morrow, a copious sketch of
this eloouent discourse, wliUh we denture to pre
dict will find Its echo from ei err fireside In the land
wnicn ii suau reacu, aau eapcciaii) irovi inoae
which hate lren made desolate bv tha sad and
bloody event which it com memo tat as
While Mr. Chan nlng found almost everything to
Iiralse In the conduit vt he chaplains, medical at
endaats. and nurses, there was one exception In
captain, who had particularly distinguished him
self by his bra cry and fidelity. As we are to fur
nish a report of the discourse, we forbear, at prea-
rnia iouo more man auuue io iniscasri woun in
fact deer i es a thorough investigation.
a m ii n
ncv. Dn. Itockton'. In tho Hall of Renresenta-
tlvea yesterday, preached the first of a series of
Bermona designed to Illustrate Christ' Mediation
ml th InanTrktlnnnl tliA tllliltf.
ilia tcxi was cnoacn irum in .im. 11,01 "tor
there Is one God, and one Mediator between (Jod
and men, the man Christ Jesus (" also, from Matt.
xxlv. Ui "Heavrn and earth'ahall pass away,
but mr words shall not nass awav."
He w lined to remove the obstruction which ob
scured the clear perception or div lue tnith, and to
rcnetrateto that exhausties substratum which,
rom the prejudice- or apathy of Christians, had
been so Utile explored. bearing to Its present gene
ral point of lew a relation similar to that borne
by tho rich and ait discoveries of geology, to the
comparatively few materials scattered over earth's
aurface, which supply men's Immediate wants.
He instanced Blshun Butler's works. Palev. and
Elder Koblnson's farewell exhortation to the Pil
vrlms.to show the hlrh abnreclatlon bv the most
eminent dU Ines, of those apparently disconnected
parte of Scripture, whose value escapes the com
uaa observation. He separated and denned the
various epithet of Uod and Christ, and taught to
Inquire more deeply than la usual into th nature
and attribute or 11 ty through the light of Bible
truth. He, moreover, quoted the remark and
writings of some of our greatest departed states
men, and of some of tho most prominent Infidels,
to prove that even reason alone could sanction th
Inspiration of th Scriptures.
Late Tiicrr and CArtuac-On Saturday night
a Btej urwt wai iivith. mivwii, uiuv v ciuck,
from the store of Mr. Leooold tiahsenhamer. near
the Northern market-house. Tha cry of "stop
thief" was raised by a young man In the store
keeper's employment, when two soldiers, named
Mo Fall and lent man, Immediately akad addled, but
weie. after a short run, captured and taken to th
third ward station house, at Temperance Hall.
JusiloeTboroDson. after examine two witnesses.
A. Saks and count constable J. K Kel!, commit-
lea ins priaonrr) iur m mrinvr nvarini(.
II appears inai wnen iur, aniey neru me cry
or - laW. ha iolned In the chase, when MoF)
l,n nli .niinoo error, (n. 4o.u.t Md.AH
.j. 1,i.t11J that'll. w. not without fund.
ntntj InqulreO II lad aBair uiulj aot b. nompro-
miKd. UoUj .u.wemlln lli Bnll..lhp lirli-f
Mnuai aAainbl tl l.aa V.Hf milAh atfali l)l.l. anil (!
p' : oKoda ;. .K. sfssstsits.
, jGeoboevown CoiTNrii. PancECbiNOt Wurtftry,
Dee. so lioth Board of the Councils were In ses
sion. 1 he Hoard of Aldermen concurred In ine resolu-
chamber to building associations on certain condi
tions, and by approving the bill In fat or of Joseph
rukaoiiuu anu niri. ttpuinru.
the Council paikinl resolutloas In relation to the
small-pox, audio favor of Wm. Whelao, and for
paj Ing the quarter's expenses of the poor and work
'the Board then adjourned.
Sick and Wounded Soidikbsto at Removed
to Tiicin Homls Within the past week various
renllemen lulttd Washlnaton with a lew to the
removal or skk and wounded solute is to those lo
calities where they can receive the esneclsl atten
tion oi meir iriemis anu rruuics. Aimougn mrse
gentlemen have not fully accomplished the object
of their Wslt, they hate succeeded In hat log an
nrdpr lmuM In- tbe War Dtnaittnent. nermlttlna
the remo al of suth lui allda to the general hosult
ala nf the States resitectlielv from which tuev
came, and In the ent of their being no such geue-
eral hospitals inrrein,io sucn institutions iu in
ailjolnlng State. Ihe application for this purpose
1 to be made b) the laialld himself,
A Fiar. On Saturda) , At about 11 o'clock, a Are'
uroatcoui in one oi itvu irnuio uwruiuxa, va inr
corner of Filth and II streets, aud before succor
was at hand both bulhllogs were destroyed. The
property UOonged to the estate of the late Thomas
Biirch, and was occupied by a widow lady who sub
let a portion of the same. This sub-tenaut care
less!) lelt his room with a Are In full blast lo Ms
tiot r it imi' I'uiiiuuaniuica nrrr i) iu( urar. iiiib
was the origin of the tire. The loss is estimated at
alout $I,um. The steamer " Hlberula, ho. I,"and
other cuirlnes. wrre Dromulr on hand, thousn too
late to aat e the bitlhllnn. It was a matter of sur
prise that the 1 1 earner, notwithstanding her dis
tance irom ine nre,snouiu nave arrnexi ao soon
CoHBEf tion. Welenrn'oneoodautboritr that
the article In the Star of Thursday and copied Into
the Baltimore Ann of Frlda) last, with reference to
Rev. ii. 91. 'turner, is enurviy untrue, mr. turner
le the pastor of the large and flourishing Israel
Bethel ihurth, on Lanltoi Hill, and has net er et en
thought oi establishing a scnooi in ucorgeiown.
AIIV IUI'I)iiitu uuumtiuu, ui t ibiiuniiv vimiavni.
In the papers abote referred to, were copied and
mutilated from the tard of a private as sedation in
iwr. Turners olhiv. inequoiauom, ii corrvciiy
printed, are perfectly proper, when applied to Ihe
onjrcis iu view,
DisriiAHccor DiMBLin Soldiers It will be
Sratlfjlngtotherelatltea and friends of our Bol
ters to know that the House, on Friday, passed
the senate Mil having for Us object thediaibarge
of those unlit for sen Ice, and the removal to their
pyivrtii ratrlirients of such as are In rood health
and qualified to take the Held. The complaints
with regard to the uncomfortable condition, espe
cially of the contalescent camp, near Alexandria,
where thousands of our brat e soldiers hate been
congrrgatcd, and of tarlous hospitals, also, w HI
thus be remedied.
An iNTCacsTiNO Ceremonv, We learn that
Federal City Division or the Sons of Temperance
will dedicate their pew hall on next Wednesday
et enlng. Ihe ceremony will be performed pub
licly and the friends ol tho cause, both male and
female, will be Invited. Doubtless It will be a
highly Interesting occasion.
We have been informed that, on Friday night, a
levee will be given at the same hall, in aid of the
funds for f urulahlng the hall. Good speaking and
tinging will be heatd.
rsni! its ivn Oiiia CarAt-awTfaa lollowlna'
boat arrived at Georgetown line our laat i Ada,
wheat i Ida Lee, AsMrieaa Coal Company. Ill
toes eoalt William MeAteeliroodf Dutch He,
104 ton coal t A. Ooodwla, C. E. Del mo Id, IIS ton
aoal i KL Wftiauin. SnHftJfiKii B. UitM. kadn
Company, ill tens eotl t fcraiaaV Lumaa, Jt too n
eoalt Wm. lUaaopay AjnAaipBal fcomVanylull
follow Ine detuned i If. J. Hull, tenia Anna,
1, no. 1L nyea, Ida, Duten Hen. v, iieiie,
was. MeAtee, A, Goodwin, Samuel Luman, and K.
- - -
rxaaoNAiv-J. H.4tlil,ew Yo"TkjrdWrd Posey,
R. P. mephena, New Vorkt Alex. Mason, N. J.j
W, W. Clow Feaaavlvaalai Dol..Dorer.iVl, A..
are at th JNatloaaL ' I at, - rn-
waiter ncott.new TOrkt n.'K Cleveland ana
wife. New TorViThe LawtMCoantMt J.
W. KoscnburgJ JewiTbrkt P.'T. Backu,tOhlof
W. Godfrey and wife. Mauaehusettf iCol.riekens,
U. B. A., ar at tbtj Metropolltaa.
Cha Arrt.t CiDta.Who doe not Ilk o4'Ri RoTairrmineB
lAnallv HttU nA I.UI It I. . hl,l.r..l n.l I !tl.M,71 Jr1"1.'.
pleasant beverage,1 as well a useful for sullnarr
purpose. But partlcularljr 1 this true of crab
apple cider; ThoMperaone wanting an excellent
oualltr of this klndaf elder will be sore to find It
at Win, Lor win Burgy'sNsw lork,grocery(i eorner ,
of Flevenlh and I streets.
Give him aeall. bur the elder, and prove what
we Bay to be the truth., ,,
FvMcn fc! or Co toner. If vrtrt The1 remain 'of
Colonel Ilatchy Fourth New Jersey, who was killed
at Fredericksburg, were on Saturday afternoon
conveyed to tha depot, under i escort of th Tenth
New Jersey, from whence they were to b taken to
hi home, at Camden, N. J. ,
Colonel If. wa but 33 year of age, and a most
gallant and efficient officer.
RtsTAuaANTr CxoirD. Hammack and Mark
ham'f restaurants, both on Pennsylvania avenue,
were closed on Friday evening for selling liquor
anerao'clMk, at which hour they had been or
dered to close their bar. Ihey were opened, how
ever, on Saturday, trpon assuring the authorities
that they would observe th order in future.
AfeaxsT ronLAnctxT. David Johnson, ait Rad
wlcC4iiRandall,was arrested yesterday, by Offl
eera Nlcholl and Crown, of the Fourth ward, on the
charge of stealing a shawl valued at $8, the prop
erty of LewliiRajidalL He wa taken before Jus-
use uarnacio, who commiucunimtojaitioraours.
1 ' , t
Wovxdco Sotnicat DisriiAHQtn. There have
been only slxty-slx soldiers discharged since our
BiHKiN Katti. The folio wlDg art the rate
at which banker aoj broker are buying and
eellloff gold atid silver the legal tender note
(JoM - - SO jer r. prem; S3 per r. prera,
auvcr itj " -
Demand note 23 ' !0 "
Bank of Issue lo Washlncton and Goorge-
Wsshlnglon. . Georgetown.
Bank of Metropolis. Farmers and Mh'
Bank of Washington. Bank.
Patriotic Bank. Bank of Commerce.
FaroVa & Mcrch' B'nk.
Tnn Bn.t.TON Bank redeem Hi notes In U.
8. Treasury note, when any amount from one
dollar upward Is presented.
Atttntiom, ArriJCTETM Dr. Villny I yet
engaged In an extensive practice In this city,
and we would call the attention of the poor,
pony, emaciated victims of their own slua to
the best sources of remedy. First, giro np your
present course of 11 To at once and forever and
secondly, call on tho most skilful physicians,
(and none are better than Dr. Vellny,) and be
cured of tho disease which la now undermin
ing yonr constitutions and sending you to a pre
India Rnaaca Coons. It Is not necessary for
Mr. M. A. HALL la enunirrat tlio dintornt bIiIam
and kinds or Rubber and Uutta Perch manufac
turer goods he keeps (ho has them all) on handj
and a glance Into the beautiful store or lUt of prictt
git en by his attendants, will com lac any one that
hi establishment W'rvetfir the ooly India KuUrr
H'trrhoutt, and Is located at 310 Pennsylvania a e-
nur, nexi uour iu nirssrs. narjter a. ?iiicneirs vty
Uooils warehouse, between Ninth and Tenth
streets. dec 8 tf
Goto Whiteh vast. 431 Pennsjhanla aicnue,
in uuiMin superior uirnriwi nt rruueni prices
Fine Card Vlgnetis, formerly sold at So per doien,
now Selllua at Alt half dozens, same rate. Colorci
Imperial reduced from $30 to $30) selling whole
slxe colored at only to. 1 will excel In "fUwd
iwiis Huri," navingeecureu ineerrice or a
superior artist for that branch or business. Like
nesses of many of those f Allen In battle can be ob
tained herei also card photographs of prominent
men, both civil and military. nor il lra
Wouiturn and Disabled Sold it us Can have
their "Aecfimrj Paperi" made out for application
of Invalid Ptiuiont" Immediately upon procuring
their ' fJiirAerpe' by application to iVc, Utinfaer.
J Zl(ck, No. max heventh street, ItetweenDand K
streets, near General Post 0.1oe. No charge until
pvmiuu ii iTucurcii, no i-im
Deiibable lama Runaca Goons Mr. If. A,
Hall has Just recehed a lot of Officers' Long and
Light dull finished Coatsj also, dull flntshedPon
chos, extra large sliest also, a lot of blue Knells).
Talmas, verr Ions:, at till eachi which he Is sell lne
at manufacturers' prices, at his India Rubber Ware-
nouse, siu rcnnsjirania avenue, neiwren ninin
and Tenth street. oot 37 t f
A Woxd or ADirc Those who hate been
doctorlor for weeks and months without obtaining
relief, should consult Dr. Flshblatt. whole office Is
at No, 431 K struct, corner of ).lghth street, and be
tadlcallr curtsl. Turentt-fle teara xsnerlcnee has
established Dr. Flshblaft's reputation as aphjsl-
vinu nrvrni caBcaunruin irw UHX' uaigsa
niutwraic wn. iisnoiiAii!
No. 431 R street, eornerof Flghth,
upposue me uenerai rosi umcei
k ' '
L.oio', M.n'i.Voothi'.MlMf.'and ChlMt.n'i
1 UllhliOr RaaI. hna tl nA dial nri flat tarsi l.alillaia
Rubber fioota. Shoes. Sandala and Galtersi Ladles'
and Geate' Buckle Overshoes, with felt lining and
topj Men's Short, Knee and Hip Boots. At Allen,
wapp . in. a inaia ituiiwr store, rrnn, Rvrnur,
uciweeu iwim aau iiiu bis. nov iui
India Rubseb Goons The place to buy your
RUBBER COATS, LEGGIN8. CAMP BLANKETS,
HAVELOCKS, HAVERSACKS, and every article
mauls from INDIA RUBBER; Is at II, A: HALL'S
India Rubber Warehouse, where you can obtain
them at manufacturers' prices, 310 Pennsylvania
avenue, between Ninth and Tenth streets, oc tJ
India Rvbies Boots and Shoes The abote
articles are sold cheaper at II. A. HALL'S India
Rubber Warehouse, nu Pennsylvania at cuue, than
at any other store tn thla city or vicinity. This U
io. Call and satUfy )ourselt es, 310 Peuos) Uanla
avenue, no aa tf
Georsetovvu Marlu List.
DcrAaTUMC. Schr, Kphralm Williams,
ham, coal, New 1 ork,
fin th tat laitant. br Chanlaln W. G. Ravmond,
of Trinity hospital, Mr. Fi aaiDac Hcmen way to
?1ISS iuahv rues-, poiuoi aini,u
On the morn lnr of the 2uth instant, after a short
ami imlnftil illnPi. PnANI ES AlMEA. eldest dBUfh-
. r am I J .1..I It. a.1 Ll.l... In tha
ier OI ilioniaa 1. anu iiihiiimiv .. i-n,, . -
14th j ear of her age.
WHERE, OH WHERE 19 ITI Who Is
there among )ou that Is not In want ol
something tn the way of nothing, Furnishing
Goods, Hats, Capst And the best place to get them
Is at the most popuhr Clothing House of J. H.
SMITH k CO , No. 400 Set enth sheet, where j on
can find the greatest arlety of Clothing and Furu
Ishlng Goods for Men aud Boys' wear. We can
safely say that our stock of Clothing excels nny
thing In this market, aud our reputation for selling
Good Goods Cheap Is truej but the old maxim, that
11 a nimble sixpence Is better than a slow shilling,'
Is the principle that has built up our Immense
Our present stock of Clothing weoHer at very low
oiccs, and we are all the time receiving new goods
from our manufacturing establishment, No. 40
West Baltlmcre street,
DonotfalltocaUatJ.il. SMITH a. CO'9, No.
400 Set enth street, where jou can by nothing at
No. 400 Seventh street,
and corner Twentieth street and Pa. avenue,
nov 31 dtjanl
CHEAPEST CLOTHING HOUSE IN
town Is at
L. A. BEALLfcCO..
No. 301 Set enth street,
s 8o 3m between 1 and K,
It new stock of Clothing for Men and Boys use.
which we have Just reccltcd, and offer for sale at
very low prices, at No. 461 Seventh street, near F
J. BRUCE At CO,
Proprietor of Oak Hall Clothing Room.
CVnw Im laranraiul KHUH ., wt tUi.
4fft .t it i r i
XLSOAXT AXb'kiCB "
SUITABLB FOR HOLIDAY GLTTS,
On TUESDAY MORNING, December , com
mencing at IS o'clock, at our 4 Auction Rooms, by
catalogue, th stock of aa importing house
1 from nkw yonK,
all manufactured In the very best and richest man
ner, and warranted free from moths and
M ICpiVBBUltJU, ., VI "C
Hudson Dv Sable.
Nlak Sable, .
1 French Sable, .
i t Itch Martens, ?
"' . . Rock Martens,.,
And a very extensive assortment of valuable
GRNTLCMN;fl FUR MUFFLXRSand GLOVF..1
We respeet fully call th attention of purchaser
to thla stock of elegant Fur and Robes, a they
have been mad up by on of th best manufac
turer of Broadway, New York, for retail trade)
and will be sold for cash, without reserve.
W. L, WALL at CO ,
dec SI t Auctioneer.
BV J. C. UcGTJIRB CO- Auctioneer.
CONTINUATION SALE OF ML V tit PLATED
WAUV. tin TUKSDAY KVENING, Deoember 23,
at T o'clock, oa th 3d door of th Auction Rooms,
w shall Boatlau th aal of Sliver Plated Ware, a
consignment from one of th best manufacturers
In New York, embracing la part-
Fine and medium Tea anu Code Pots
Coffee and Tea Urn, Walter
Cake and Berry Basket
Kgg Stands, with Cup and Spoon
Water and Cream Pitcher
Combination Castor, with Dutter Dish and Frutt
Table Castors, Cut and Pressed Bottles
Magic Perfumery Stand
Butter ClsbcsgaSufKr Bowls. Sirup and Cream
Wine Stands, Cups and Goblets, fc.
Afiii (A moif tottty yet remain fniofJ.
WILL BK ADDED
A number or BRON.K MANTRL ORNAMENTS,
la great variety of designs.
JAS. C. MtGUIRr.lt CO i
deo S3 ills Auctioneers.
1)Y J. CMeOt-niR 4t CO., Auctioneer.
At VnOIVR BVILDISO LOT IS PtttSTISO
OFFICII MiVAKK At' Al,irUOX.Qa MONDAY
AFTKRNOON,the 0th ofJanuary,at half past four
o'clock, we shall sell, at auction, one of the most
desirable Lots in Printing Office Snuaaei said Lot
front logn feet 4t; inches on First street west, and
running back 130 feet 4 Inches to a 20-feet alley,
being the second Lot In the square from the corner
of II and First streets west, and situated nerly la
front of tho residence of the lite Senator Douglas.
Since the purchase of the Printing OiHoe b) (he
Government, this section of Washington ha rapid
ly Improved, and no more desirable opportunity for
Improvement or Investment can be found In the
A thlity-feet alley runs through the square from
east to west, la the rear of th lots fronting First
Terms gfluO cash the balance In six and twelve
months, secured by deinl of truat on the property,
JAS. CMcGUIRK & CO,
dee 22 Ids Auctioneers.
BY.AV.-I- VAI.L Sl CO., AuetloneerB.
Aminos salk of uhvcxrivs. am li
WVOHS. CIUAltS.ANU TOBACCO Oa lUhSDAY
MORNING, USd lnataat,we will Bell at the Auction
Rooms a lot of Groceries, Liquors, &.C., compri
sing Barrels Sugar and sirup
Do Roll Butter and Flour
Kits Mackerel, boxes March, Pepper, and Soap
Kegs Pickles, case ditto and Sauves, boxes Figs
Cases Aromatic Bitters, Htspberry and Union
Ctses Assorted Presence and Pickles, Extract
C Painted Stand Cask
II large fancy Tea Cases and rales
Large lot Ulaisware, Goblet and Tumbler
Barrels X and Pike's Macnollt U hlskv
Do MonongahrlaandOld Dourt'On Whiskies
Kegs Suit's Whisky
Cigars. Smoking and Chewing Tubvrco
And a la ire nssortment or simll store.
Terms cash. W. L, WALL fc CO ,
dec Tl Auctioneers.
BY BONTZ Jt GRIFFITH, Asirtlouecr.
A HARK CHANCE FOR CHRISTMAS PRES
ENT New t'urnliure at lublle Auction. On
MONDAV MORNINO. Decemt'er 23d. at 10 o'clock.
on second floor of Store No. 300 Stt enth street, be
tween 1 and K, we will sell, without resene, the
entire stotk of New Fiunitube, consIsUng, in
kiuu. puina hiii. Aim v-Jintr.
Walnut srlng-aeat Chairs and Rockers,
Cottage Suites, Wardrobes,
Plain Dressing Bureaus,
ashatands, Chamler Tables,
Lcat Tables, Quartette Tables,
Cane and wood-seat Chairs,
Whatnots, Sofa Tables,
Cane-seat and back Arm and Nurse Rockers,
Jtuiny Llnd, Japanese, and Cottage Bedsteads,
Husk and Httsk-and-cntton Mattresses,
Children's Tables and Rocking Chairs.
One Mahogany-case Metodeon,
Together with a generalassnrtmentof Furniture
usually found lu a tetall establishment.
Saleposltlte. BONTZ k GRIFFITH,
dee 19 Auctioneers.
I-fcV J. C. McGl'IRE Al CO.. Auctioneers.
Jj SUPERIOR ROSEWOOD CASE SEVFN OC
tate Piano Forte, Excellent Furniture and House
hold fleets at Public Sale. Ou MONDAY MORN-
I.U, ITlTIUUVr a4, WUIUirilVIIIH HI IU U lllV, IV
No. a North A street. betwt,n Delaware ateuue
and First street east, (opposite the East Park of
the Capitol,) we shall sell tho riirniture ami Ef
Mipcnnr nutFwmi Mifn i;ia uuia juvuui
Piano, by Roaenkrantx
PiauoCoter and Stool, Whatnot
Walnut and Mahogany Hair Spring-seat Softs,
iiocaera anu rarior t-nairs
Marble-top Sofa and Centre Tables
lallt lTame Mirrors, Damask Curtain
Venetian Blinds, Window shades
Lounges, Cane and Wood-seat Chairs
Gilt Gts Chandeliers and Fixture
Excellent Brussels, Three-ply and Ingrain Car
pets Matting, OiUloth, Stair Carpets
Mahogany Card and Fancy Tables
Mahogany Hat Tree. HM1 Chair
Holmes's Therapeutic Chair
Walnut Extension Table, Sideboard
Ciuantlty of China, Glass, and Crockery )
Bedsteads, Bureaus, Washstands
Wardrobes, Toilet Setts. Clink.
Superior leather IVOa, UoUters, and Pillows
Hair and Husk Mattresnea
Blankets, Comforts and Spreads
Cooking, Radiator and other Motes
Hydrant and Pie, Guttapercha Hoes, IV c.
Together with a general assortment of Kltihen
P. 8. The house Is for rent. Inquire of the Auc
tioneers. JAS. C. MrGUIHE,
deo IS d Star Auctioneers.
BY GREEN Jt WII.I.IAMK, Auelloiieers.
Valuable ki.uahk ok ground for
sale on H si reet north.between Sot enth and Fighth
streets east, containing about f,oou square feet ol
ground. By t Irtue of n deed or trust to the sub
scribers, dated aoUt day of July, i860, and recorded
am.tngthe land records of the city and count) ol
N aslilngton, D. C, In liber J. A. s , No. sot, folio
i. hi and Si. we will sell at nubile auction, on
iUttUi)Ul ibinunj ui urwiiii'rr. ioo,oniii
premises, all or square numbiT eight hundred and
ninety (tti),at 4i o'Uo.k In the afternoon.
iermsof Sale tOne-thlrl lo cash, and the balance
In three equal paj nirnls In 0, U and 18 months, with
interest froiu the dav of tie -the deferred nat
.'..:....;. .i - . .. ....-.a. .... .. ...u.
ments Io l securetl by notes, satisfactory to the
ImhIkki imU lin bv di'iNl of truit on t he iiremlaips.
if the terms be not tomptled with In Ut e dat s from
the day of sale, the property will be re-sold at the
risk and expense of tho defaulting purchaser, at
three da) s' uotlce. Said square is on one of the
gret thoroughfares leading into the cltj. It I
tiat ed on one side and Is about the proper grad.
S. A. PEUGh, i -...
JOt. BMI1H, I """"
UHEHN & WILLIAMS,
dee 5 eod&ds (Star) Auctioneers.
CJ" Tlie nboi e Sale In liotioiirtl until
TUPSDAY, the SM Instant, at 4 o'clock p in.
By order ol the trustees
' URKEN A. WILLIAM1,
dee 17 eoids (Star Auctlotueri,
AAK HALL OL.OTIIINU ROOM,
The subscrltier takes sreat pleasure In announc
ing to hlaold Friends and Customers, that he has
opened a new store at No. 404 Set enth street, near
to rM,and Bos' wear, which they have Just re
eetved from the North, and otters them for sale at
the lowest Northern prices.
I J, BRUCE St CO ,
ep 36 Ita Clothiers, 461 Set enth street.
1AM1 HTUVES I
We are now manufacturlod CAMP, LUOK and
HEATING STOVFS, which we ttllt sell by the
doxen or hundred as cheap as Ihey can I bought In
Baltimore. E.H. it It. I. GIlrGOR.,
nov IS 371 Tenn. at enuc, near 7th street.
ffioPOlAM WtMWobWMJ II
Corner Eighteenth and G streets,1'
ii Mwi-vWaahlaftoa- D. a, DeevlS, IS82.
SCAUWaaxexeiosALl It, th .terlterr of alx
thousandwWTaWmed (6,900) cawda of woodtaor
or lea, to th Oovernmesrv. will bef received at this
oflle until Monday, the tnn dayof December, 1902,
at IS o'clock m. .
in wuuu iouv niwa, Boiinti anu (nn;Bniiur.
our(4) feet long, and split to th ordUary alx of
Th wood la be drllvard at Porta Albanr. Cralr.
TUlinghast, Case, Woodbury. D Kalb, Corcoran,
Bennett, HaVgerty, Fthan Allen f and Marcyi also,
at such point on th Loudoon and Hampshire rail
road, between Vienna and Alexandria. Ye., la such
Quantity at each place, at uch time or time, a
the Depot quartermaster may direct, and corded In
ranka four (SI rt hlrhi dilrerrnat belnr con
sidered complete until o corded, measured, and In-
, An Inspector will be designated on th part of
th Government to Inspect and measure th wood,
son sucn as noes noi conform io me aoov specin
eatlons will be rejected;
The contract for the deliver of said wood will
expire on the soth of June, 18ei.
rarraeni in tm maaeaiTne enu oi eacn mon in
for the wood delivered during said month.
The full nam and post office addres of th bidder
must appear In the proposal.
li it uiu ( iniuv in iuf un ui a iiinii . huivb
of All the parties must appear, or th bid will be
considered as the Individual proposal of the party
Proposals from dhtojt partUt will not U nwW
emf.endeaooA of eleoVcars mutt mceompanx tdtk
propotition. , ,
lODosals 'must ba addressed to Cant. Fdward L.
naru, Aisiiiant uariermaBicr u. b. army. aa-
Ington, D. C, and shoukl be plainly marked " Pro-
puiaiB ior hoou."
The responsibility of th guarantors must be
shown br the official eertlneafft or tlm cleric of the
nearest District Court, or of the United State Dis
The ability of the bidder to nil the contract, should
It be awarded to him, must be guarantied by twoe
sponsible persons, whose signatures must be ap
pended to the guarantee, and said guarantee must
accompany the bid.
Bidders muit lie ureaent tn rrtnn when the bids
are opened, or their proiKeaIs wilt not be consid
Bonds In the sum of ten thousand dollars, signed
bvthe contractor and Ixtth of hla suarantora. will
be required of the successful bidder upon signing
romt of Guarantee,
We. . of the eountr of, and State of -
and , of thecountvof .and State of . do
hereby guaranty that Is able to fulfil the con
tract in accordance with the term of his propo
sition, and that, should his proposition be accept
eu,newaiiBi onoecmcr imo a contract in accord
Should 'the contract be awarded to him. wear
prepared to become his sureties.
1 otitis guarantee must bo appended theofllcUl
eertitlcate atnn e mentioned.
The Dtfpot quartermaster reserves tohlmseirthe
right to reject any or all bids that he may deem too
high. F.DWARl) L. HARTA
Capt, and Asv't quartermaster, U, S, A.
rrHKAHt'ItVUI1 TIIK C.MTliD STATICS,
1 asiiinotom. Drreinher B. IHOJ.
On Wednesda) lt,theXl Instant, there disap
peared from this oftlce a psckar of blank "Cer I Id
eates of Indebtedness, of the denuiulnatlonof IU e
thouaand dollars, numltrred from 14,001 to 15,uU,
both tnclul.e. No certificates like them hateeter
been Issued from this office, and none will eter be
The true certificates of the denomination ot Are
thousand dollars hai e their numbers written on
th r pace. In red Ink, at the urrrn corners, directly
tinder the marginal border. The words "If the order
blank be not IU led up, this certlfluate, lssuetl to
,wlll be paid to bearer, aro raiNTcooNTHE
ck of the ecrtlncates, In red in. All that have
n issued since about the 1st instant.couimenolug
ut No. lloo. hate the larce denomination.
"fiouo print etl on Ihe face, In red Ink. All certifi
cates that will Issue from this office In Future, u 111
be like those lsucd heretofore. Those In Ihe lost
paeksgedirter from thegenulno In hat Ing the words
above quoted, vlxt "Ifine order blank be not filled
up, this certificate. Issued to , will I paid to
bearer," en(rrrfd onflr face of the certificate, be
ginning oter the tlgnette, and there taking the
pltueof the border, and continued below on each
end,oter thevugrated denominations of "fioou"
Ihe number am minted In on each end, la red fa,
under, the ,&xw' denomination) the large denom
ination Is In BTcen Ink. Certificates of Ihe denom
ination of one thousand dollars, nnsuerlng the de
scription oi mote iobi, nave ueeu anu are Deing
Issued: but none of that denomination ha.e been
On all genuine certificate there Is an ornate fig
ure or garland placed over and under each of the
two scrolls containing the denominational figures,
"Snoo." The garland matches threo Indentations
at the scroll, running lenrthwlse of the certificate.
ami is auoui mrce qutincrB oi no men iunr, nn
elghlh or an Inch wide In the centre, tapering both
ways from thecentre. Oa the loit certificates, this
gnrMnd does not appear. F. K. SPINNER,
deo l-3w Treasurer of the United States.
1 PPI.ICATIONR for Diiplleat band
Application hat Ing been made under th act of 33d
June, ib4o, for the reiasite of the Land Warrant
described herein, which are alleged to have been
lost or dcitrojed, notice Is hereby given that, at
the date fallowing the description of each warrant,
a newcerttttcatoof like tenor will be issued if no
valid obectlon should then appear.
No. 93,709, for 130 acres. Issued under the act or
March, !&", lit the nameof Arnold Harrington, and
was granted September IT, 1857 January 4, 1863.
No. 83.4C4, for 160 acres, issued under the act of
March, 1&M, In the names of tho minor children of
Daniel F. McCunc, deceased, and was granted Oct.
W.18W January 11, 1863.
No. 100,847, for 100 acres, Issued under the act of
MArch lfctt, In the nameof Ansel Allen, and was
granted March ltt 1983 January 18, 1803.
No. I0O.3U0, for 160 acres. Issued under the act ol
March, iBo. In the name of Rachel, widow of Geo.
llarner, and was granted January , 18U3 February
ft I Mill.
No 67,700 for 1C0 acres, Issued under the act of
Marcn a, isu, in mr name oi v m. riaicr, ami was
anlii1 IVtit-ii.trv A. 1(157 t'fbruarr 22. 1SC3.
No. s,6M, for t acres, Issued under the act of
Se ptemtier, itu, in ine name oi jonainan ."ucuenry,
and n as granted July ftth. 1831 March 1. 1863.
JOSEPH H. BARRETT,
Of No. 431, corner or Eighth and E streets,
Opposite the General Post Office,
Can be consulted on HHlWJrC4FFCT70A 5,
COSSUMPtiON, LtVL'R COMPLAINTS CUliOMC
of whatct er character, and hlch may be detlared
Incurable by ot her ph)slclans. He engages to make
Vmiii hla lensthv Dractlce In the science of meill
cine, he la enabled to otlfcr himself to the publld aa
lining ine Dili vunr in , nan tug tun cainuicui aiinrvi'
inr iiteedv relief. All cases curable will be ruaran-
tied. Ho warrants a cure without tha use of mer
cury or nn other dangerous medicine. Jiccentcases
CUlctl in iwoonnrevunia.
n, u. Leiicrs aikiruBscu iu wr. r ., ai ma uiucr. no.
ill, corner ef Eighth and E streets, opposite Gen
eral roat umce, wuiredCiteiiumcuiaieaiianiion.
riH) INVENTORS AND PATENTEES.
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and to more than fifteen thousand Intentors who
hat o had business dona through Milan k Co.'a Pa
Pamphlet or adt ice sent free by mall.
Patent Laws and Regulations, loo pages, 23 cents,
No charge for consultation, orally or by mall.
Preliminary Examination in United States Pa
tent Offlce. $5.
Offices, No. 37 Park Row, New Yorkj Washing
ton, corner of F and Set cnlli streets, opposite the
Patent omee. mar 14 mlf
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LAW, FINANCIAL AND COLLECTING.
INVOICE HILLS A BUSINESS MVTES NEnOTUTKP,
Phot err eh Notls ai Dei erhi n accounts
STOCKS AND BONDS BOUGHT AND SOLD
ECLUS1ELY ON COMMISSION.
GOVERNMENT CLAIMS BOUGHT,
By G.Z. HOUSE,
Counsellor at Law.
HI Nassau street, New York
Cf" Ten j eus In Slate and United States Courts.
Auvu-v grain. !
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No. 530 Pruns)li aula a un. ,
WASHINGTON, U. C.
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NOTICE-MMfiERS OF COSORESS AM)
sixAiaERs vihirisa wasuisutqn
Will And It much to their adi ant are and nersonsl
comfort (If rooming out J to take tht-lr meals at this
well-known and long-established Restaurant. Tho
subscriber has spared no expense la re lit ting bis
entire establishment, which Is Intendcdexcluslt el
fi.r a ilrati-laBS Genth'incn's Restaurant, where mav
be found nil the comforts of a prlt ate home, and ou
pi- irmilprat tcrml.
Gvnlleinen are particularly renueatcd to call be
fore making arrangements elsewhere.
1 nov29 eolm ? lnns)ltani& at enuc.
$imt areef, tlgM mbot4 rrnhmi mtnvt.
Manager aad Proprietor, - - Mr.Vohn T. Ford, I
Also or Houiday iireei Taesire, imuusaorer -
. FKSTIVITIKP .l t '
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0 II R I B T MA B WEEK.,-.
i - -
During thrcomlng week, th emlheat hrtlt,
MR, AMD MlifJ RICIBTCIS.
- lletUatU Datfil Trwp4t (
VTZA. Company of Yb Terk Choritt$f
THR BF8T DRAMATIC CORPS
Will appear each evening Im
Balfe's MioitiricuT Bfictaclk,
J B A T A N K L. L, A., '
Th Spirit of Bs.it)ri
A production of Indescribable beauty and grand-
PATRJOTia TABLEAU AND ALLEQ0UY.
Resplendent with beauty, and eloquent with it
uiuio a p (Tail iw
Tru National Pride.
To th Sacred ItemorUn of Lh Put,
To V CAeHsAftl Hone of tht Future,
It 1 a picture which no American, to whom" th
niiiuryvi uc union not s
Can look upon without emotion. It 1 a.nlmU
.afaaaaai, .... f.
A SACRED LEGACY OF TJTSPAST,
aad men of all parties, and of all Dolltlcal creeds.
may regard It with heart softened bylh Influ-
PATRIOTIC VEXHRATION AND'RESPrCT.
The Goddess of Libert y...M Is Caroline Rlchlngs.
uenerai ,vaimngton.....H. H.iur, retcr rucnings,
Presenting a most remarkable and living likeness
oi ine niusirious rtuer rmtrue, ine try personinca
Stuard Great Portrait of WatMngton.
Incidental to th tableau,
TUE, NATIONAL ANTHEM
WUf be sung by Miss Richikos, th entire chorus,
MEMBERS OF TIIK DOUBLE COM PAN V,
With a ioh rr and excellence net er before realised
ON CHRISTMAS DAT,
A Grand Double Performs nee,
AFTFRNOON AND EVENING,
Will be glrrav
PRICFS OF ADMISSION.
Dress Circle and Parquet te. W cents t Orahestra
Seats, li ecutsj Family Clrtle, 20 cental Prlrai
Doors open at $X o'clock perfbrmanc commen
ce at 8 o'clock. de 84
Prnnrv'iKrni'a Avenue, near IVillatdt Hotel.
THIS (MONDAY) EVENING,
FIRST NIGHT IN WASHINGTON of Dion Bour-
clcault'a admirable spectacular Drama, In
fir acts, entitled
PAVVRETTE UNDER THE HNOW
With new and beautiful Scenery by Strong, won
derful Mechanical Klfects by Putnam, origi
nal music oy jvuj'pitz, aim prcieniing
Kate Den In ----as---- Pauvrette.
Mrs. G.C. Genuon as - the Duchess.
Isabel Freeman - . as - - - - Louise.
Fanny llyau -.-aa---- Marie.
Chaa. Bsrron ---a---- Maurice.
D. Sctcltelt ----a---- Michel.
Ben. Roger ----as---- Bernard.
G. P. Jamra ----aa---- Martin.
tt3-CHRISTMAS TWO PERFORMANCES. C8
Afternoon, at 2 o'clock night, at li o'clock.
PRICES OF ADMISSION AS BEFORE.
comer oj .uvenui ami u etreett.
Stage Manager - -
- Maeder A Co.
- J. H. Gossnn.
Fred. G. Maeder.
MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 23d.
OPENED FOR THE SEASON.
BI R . PRANK DREW,
The popular Comedian, will appear for a limited
First nlcht of the Drama of
Itll VAN WINKLKi
Or, A Legend of the Catsklll.
The STAR COMPANY OF WASHINGTON
To conclude with tne finest extra vaganra eter
The Untamed Hocking Horse,
Introducing Mr. Frank Drew In the newcharacter of
MONS. ROBFRTO HERR HELD HERRMAN,
ho will perform a number of tricks.
SEN0R FRVNCINO DREW I M,
Iu his extraordinary equestrian performance
on an Imaginary
BATIK- BACK STEED.
Finishing ulth the arrival of the
ORIGINAL GIDEON'S BAND.
Doors oped at 6','; performance commence at IK
-Second night of Mr. FRANK DREW.
NIXON'S CREMORNE CIRCUS,
(Pennsylvania atenift; and Seventh street )
0jen Every Afternoon and Evening.
RETURN OF THE OLD FAVORITES
From Alexandria, where for two weeks they ap
peared before 1,000 PEOPLE, who unheal-
.tln.ly tiroaounc thm tha
ItFST a VMS
M.i ir cours.
most urur acrobats.
M0T ORACEFLL BIDEXS
Ever vn In this Country,
tlie trulr Oriffln.l tlowai
TIIK SHFBWOUD FAMILV,
AdJ a uot of QtUeri.
FRIDAY EVKNING, Cannillnicnt.r) Drncflt or
Dr. H. P. JUNF1.
r WALL A CO.
Are now receiving on commission from the
A VFRV LARGE AND EVTENSIVE
Mihogany, Walnut, and Imitation Wardrobes
Walnut, Mahogany, Marble-top, and Plata Bu
reaus Kortf. 1 rtr-a-letes. Arm. East', and Parlor Chairs
Jeuny Llnd, French, Cottage, Plain, and other
Parlor, lane, and Wood-seat Chairs and Rock
ers Hair and Shuck Mattresses, Bolsters and Pillows
Book Cases, Writing D sks, and Tables
Card Table-, Centre Table
Cottage Setts large variety
Marble-top Table, Children's Chairs
Mahogauj and Walnut Millboards
Whatnots, Ftagerea, Hat Racks
Mafl.lit.tnti and 14 a Id Washstands
Ingrain, Three-ply, aud other Carpets, OlMoth
uVth alarireiarletvof Goods In the Furnlshlne:
line, all of which must be sold to close out the
Block, and oftVrs Inducements to parties buying, aa
Ihe Goods are of good Quality. Call at their large
and spacious salesrooms, In the rear of their auc
W. L, WALL a. CO.,
de 11 2 w South car. Pa. ar and th t.
NOTICE 19 HERRDY GIVEN THAT
the Copartnership heretofore existing between
LYLE ft COFFIN 1 thla day dissolved by mutual
J. A. COFFIN.
JohnG. Lj lest IU continues the business at the
old stand. ,
Washington, July 31, ISM, ly
SMITH at, BEALL, No, 301, Set enth street,
between I and K atreets, Is the place to buy
your winter Clothing. They sell cheap. Try them,
nov 31 dtjanl
aa m &uuu tf u uauai. ...
; , ODDI rniaHainBWIIUl q ,K to.
Th. anit CalMiff Ca,ar.
.Th. Oraat CmmUthmrr Ctmpmmjlt ol trtvA
Til. ami Cant.rWmry OHiar, " '
''FOB TfflB WItK ONLTJ ' w' r .S
' ' . r . " , t . J I VI
ijC " F6R a
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Ulf "SO
.LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. , , . n
.LADIKS AND GKNTLKMFN. '
C o ,'LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
ony, during which tin It will b entirely altered,
kc, and wlU reopen cm MONDAY, Dc
i.wlUa40mttcosswM.aa4 In a.atrU
. . IHU...U mm i Ka aui.ial.a.1 l tha ianufrv.
VI WHUIIIVIIIITHVI W nnnHKl . . w ..,.
There will b a newly raised ParqoetU, a slOu i
Gallery, four msinlfloent Prlvat Boxes, fre. . p j
Mday KTralBia;, DMmar aMMt 19, sX
First appearance, sine her reeent aerare Illness, of
MISS JULIA MORTIMER, "
" th beautiful and laaelaatln; Boaffttraa. - A
rUappeJaraooaof ut jt
A MISS AGNES SOUTHKftLAND, ,
' th Scottish Nightingale. ', -
Continued nee of
MISS KATE PENNOTIBv
th queen of terpsUhore.
Firt t appearanc of ,J
MISS CLARA BSRQKR;
in laaeuauag Meeisv, j
Th charming MelodUt.
Reappearance of the Favorite,'- - a
Flnt appearance of
Mr. PIG. BUTLER,
th great Baajolst.
' THE GREAT COtTRTOF DEATJTY,
composed of y v
BEAUTIFUL. YOUNG LADIES.
First week of
II. W. KAOAN, r
the renowned Ethiopian comedian, front UI Broad
way, New I ork.
Triumphant success of th champion Clogtaneer
of th world,
who 1 pronounced by. all th tnoet wonderful
dancer of the age.
QFOROE kWDESOK, '
the great Comedian,, Paotomlmlst and Vocalist,
who will appear In a favorite comle character,
and sing some of his popular Bongs. -
The Daughters of Terpslcborei
MISS JENNIE ALLEN. T ' v
MISS L1LLIE BRANDON,
JWm ANNIE HAKllteOb
NISS TILLY FORBES,
The Great Carp d Ethlopet
W. JEAN CL0SXI,
, HARRY TALBOT,
j. arms clarke
In a new selection of
COBKO-GBA PUipAf. ITIES
The evening entertainment will conclude with th
laughable afterplec entitled
THE COBBLER AND THE LORD.
Mr. George R. Edeson..H..a ...,. WHTh Cobbler
On THURSDAY NET, CHRISTMAS DAV, Dee.SS,
Two Grand Performance,
Aricruoon at J,'j Evening at Vi o'clock,
Ladies aad children are Invited to witness the
performances of this unparalleled company.ast her
will be nothing to offend the tatte of thefattiJiout.
No liquor or clgara will bo allowed In the Hall
Front seats reserved for Ladies.
No Improper person admitted.
No ladles admitted unaccompanied by gentlemen.
Admission, 26 cents; Orchestra Chairs, 60 cents.
Doors open at 6i performance, 7 o'clock,
Ninth ttrect, near Pmneylvanta avenue.
PROPRIETORS - - -AlTTINO
. A. HAMBLINk CO
A. M. HERNANDEZ
- JAMES PILGRIM
CAKKF.K OF TKIUMPH!
DOUBLE COMPANY I
First appearance of
Mlse A tie. Teaman,
Mlsa Ad Train am,
Sitae Ada Teaman,
Mia Ads. Tcbrasm,
The charming and accomplished vocalist.
A. M. HERNANDEZ.
A M. llerunndes
A. M. tlernsndez.
J if. flUDirosnf. J. It. BVDWORTH,
J It. BVDW0RTH. J. II. BVDWORTIt.
J H. HUVWORTIt. J II. BVDWORTIf.
j. nv BVmrORTIt.
tv. S. BVUHUKI n.
W. S. BUD WORTH.
MONS. S10LLOSV. MONS. SZOLLOSV.
MONS. A. 0'isslt..t.
iUUAS. l. - it .',
J iMES PILGRIM,
J. A. COLM AN.
J. H". LAhDIS,
rile JULIA LEHMAN.
IIOADAJfFLX M0RESTE BROTllERS,lc.
Grand Curpa da Dallet
MONDAY EVFNINC, DECEMBER 22d, 1865.
Ureal programme of Attraellou.
MANLY EXHIBITION OF GRACE, STRENQTII '
Bv the acknowledged sujrlor Acrobat and Gym-
On th Horlspntal Bar.
Banjo Solo, (original) - - - W. 9. Bud worth
Fancy Dance ------ Mlsa Ellta Florence
Guitar solo ----- A. M. Hernansei
Maiurka . - - - M'lle Pauline and M. srolloay
Ibe Old Sextoo, In character - - - Paul Berger
ElZspatco ------- M'lle Julia Lehman
MISS LCCr AT THE SOIREE.
By A. M. Hernandei, Mia Charles, and all th Ya
Grand Polka -M)Btlc
Mr, Morcstf .
PACHA AUUUL KAZAKi
Or the SLAVE MARKET OF CONSTANTINOPLE,
Abdul haiak. the Pacha - - - Mona. Siollosy
All Mucha, his ConQdante Mr, A. Lehman
Omar Ailb, the stave Merchant A. Gross I
Miss Julia Lehman ana
Corps de Ballet
Miss Paulino and Corps da
Pa de Fascination
Tas Jo Obellsque -
Flnt VarHtion -Second
- - Miss Pauline, JuUa and
...... Miss G. I-ehman
....... M'Ue Pauline
Misses Julia. Pauline, Whelplo
Grand Finale -
lauu i-orps uc vaiib
To be followed by J. H. Budworth'a adaptation of
Peter lMuer enper I'odgr.
Tommy Ulppem.Claude Mrlnotte, Irglolus. Lime
kiln Man, Metamora - Mr. J. H. Budworth
Peter Plier Pepper Potlge - Mr, W, S. Budworth
Jenny Chatterbox Ml Charle
Oomlo Song " Colman
The Liomt BaiaApE,
By Budworth Brothers, Landls and Paul Berger,
To concluJe with the Exquisitely Amusing Paato
ROBERT MAOAIRE. -
Robert Macalre -.----- Mr. A. Grossl
Jaques Strop, hla Pupil - A. M. Hernandes
Lav aleur, Sergeaot ol Gendarme A. Lehman
A Notary -- Mr, Jones
Thursilar. Christmas Day, TwoCrand Per
form ido i Afternoon, for Ladies and Children,
commencing at S o'clock! Evening at usual time.
EJ-HpeeWl Not lee. -A Grand Matinee oa Sat
urday AHernooo, Doc, in, for the accommodation
of Ladles and Children, commencing at s o'clock.
Farqnette nJ Family Circle -orchestra
Private Bote w. . . . . .
Single seats tn Boxes -
- fid cent
... - 5
... - 70 cent
Performances to corn-
uoiorcu wrcio - - - -Door
open at V o'clock I
mence at i o'clock.
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