" Fa Amtmt "oi, ,ti " A vaUitcM. cU&
Thti,-D40 MIlMritl ffTMt Mttla play of
" rauTfiw wu mnatieM mi en im ib a mm
of saanHleane Ad eorree tMM taiet.M aot
wily tfre ertef, but entire imnm to play of iMt
Mail merit titan thatpwseed by "Wurrerte."
Of ail of aonreteaalt'i pleytthera are none, per
haps that poawess th ky s-pettetie latere., tfm
commencement to end, u doee tha play of lait eve -
pur moat hart neeo, Indeed, Imueneev Wo notleed
particularly that erery eoeae of tho plet waa bewi
end that they wm oristKh a character m involved
uuail rspeaee. Tho "Avalanche" ecne occu
pied tho entire stage, and li certainly tht most lot
Sostn meetanleeX aod taenia arrangement oto
need iuiofbrtathla city RnrKtuKlMM
mot credit upon tho seenlo artist and machinist,
wan, D. A. strong aad E. rutnam. Tho atuiu
of tho alee ana bee a written expressly for It by
Hen Xoftpitf t aad lo tho most flattering of all tho
tnuefe produced by hla. Ho aad hla expressed
proseealoaat genius won aa mush applauded ai any
otherlcetureorleatureeof thalay. The dramatic
artists were) all eelleatlyeneeeful la their an
dearore to reprceent euecesefully tho character!
assumed by thorn. Mr, Barron, ao Maurtce.was
decidedly perfect, aad plaated every one, If wt
ay Judge from tho various hearty round of
applauaa which rtttl bin. Nf. Barron la a uni
versal favorite with our public aad orldeatly at
tempts, to .deserve the universally kind feeling
which Is exhlMted towards Mm. Mr. Rogers
seemed exactly Blted lor tho part of Bernard, tho
old tergeaat of tho fourteenth Chasseurs. Mr.
R. u at all times a correct actor, but ho wu tht
lnpersonatloa Afiexeellenc laat evening. Mr.
actchelb, an 'Michel, wu very funny.' Kvorybody
knows he) amusing Hetehellle, ao it to only neces
sary to aay bard that ho played ao wall lait night
aeae'ovar did before.-' raurrottot'ab, wbocaado
acrlbo how well'MJwDratft lmpertoaeted this
character.1 Wo aro euro there an but few who earn
do loll juttlofl to the (value displayed by tble popu
Ur aetroeo lait evening; Tho character of Piu
rrttto la a rery atatale yet an extremely diAeult
one to perform- Her story la tatct rauvrrttele an
Alulae ikeeheril -wfcn eaetlnr to the villi
fc tor wtatoaaapflaa, meet there, for the first
tin, tkg BuifctM of rnndral. Maurlee and Lou
ise, ma wtrauiM, arm' receiving tat pitr i
ooeioMOjdattoM froat tble party, aadhef prorUlone
froai bar otebbote. aha woada her wav boaieward.
that U to My, to a little hat In the mouatalat,
which eonattfata bcrwtaterquartm. Boau ttae
uboequeat to tbla oreat obe, la the nldit of a
atoraif heart eriee of dlitreee In the vlelalty of bar
cabin, and, rota out, luoeeode In reiculax and
conducts ealrly to. her hone, merely In time to et
eapo a terrible aYatanche, Maurice, who hae lost
hie way la the mouatalat., The enow heapi Iteelf
mouatala high upon tho Alpine cottage, and for
three dreary nonthe Paurrette la Imprtaoned by
natute with Maurice for a companion. A cloe la
tlmacy result! aa a matter 01 nature, and Pau
vrettoo eoul flylnjr to Maurlcd they are both en
raptored. f At the end of three moatbe the dream le
faded, Manrlee remember that he now roee out
upon thb- world In a different character from that
which bo ojeiomed with hit more lowly comrade In
tho -ptlooarbouao of enow, rnurrette dtecorere
that. aha la eoo to become a mother, and to ber
horror, that Maurice li to bo married to Loulie.
illere the actlajt of MUe Oeala la oxdulelto beyond
f acrlptloa.) The day for tho marrtace of Maurice
with XouUe U at hand. Pauvretta goes to the
chatkau. of GrandTal, U there dlMorered by Lou
lae, who, atcertalalBg the condition brought upon
thepeaaaatibyber betrothed, denounces that per
son, who, in hi turn, overcome y guilt and re.
morao for the,erllhehaa caused, aad lorlog the
Alplae mabl, marries her a such, but she after
wardajiroies to be of noble blood and a rich heir
ess. The deaoucmeat le thai belonging to all senti
mental plays, but la la this ease rendered uncom
monly happy by tbe chorus and music arranged for
the piece by Mr. Kopplti. Mrs. uermoo,as the
Duchese, and Miss Freeman, as Lftulse, were very
warmly applaudd ihrouchout the play Tho ava
lanche scene Is of Itself alone worth the admission
price. It should be seen by etrry one before tbe
play la taken off; Tbe piece will oaly be performed
focilght,to-morrow night and Chrlstmas(Thursday)
afternoon, when It must giro place to other novel
ties, which haroteen a long time preparing.
Holiday Week at Pcnn's Tiiea-me Oriitmu
E)ymntii for Me Pevpfc. ery rariety of attrac
tions t opera, drama, musts, Terpsichore, poetry
aod palatlag,All comblaed, la the beautiful aad
entertaining representation of StUnella, or The
Power of Lore' tho magnificent show piece, which
hae been pronounced by all who have seen it to be
tbe grandest spectacle of the kind ever gotten up.
Months before Ita performance, costumers, design
ers, stage machinists and scenic artistes were all
at work for the production of the most brilliant
encte to be Introduced In this daisllng romance)
besides, ballet masters, chorus leaders aod orches
tral dlreciors were aaalduously emplojed on It,
while our American prima donna, Miss Caroline
Klchlnge; the eminent arllste, Mr. Hlchlngsi the
Roniaal ballet troupe, the full opera company,
and tho double dramatic combination, are ail en
gaged In tho performance of MSatauelIa." This
grand tucoesa of the season will be repeated this
evening: with tho patriotic allegorical living plc
turtofWAimsOTOit Mr.Rlclilngt as the personi
fication of the honorrd hero, M the rather of his
Country," whose name will never dlei the memory
of whose miraculous struggles for our Independ
ence wlU ever linger In the hearts of our people.
Cltlseaeend strangers, withlbartrde discernment
which always leada them to meritorious oBcrlugs
for public amusement flock la thousand to this
CAWTtaauav. A large and fashionable crowd
assembled last e eplng to witness the performance
of the Canterbury artistes, of which so much has
been said. Among tbe audience we were much
pleased to see so many ladles, all of whom seemed
agreeably surprised at the various beautiful acts
as they were performed. The entire company ap
pear again to-night In a change of programme, and
we predict for (he management another largo
Waihinoyom VaaiETircv Varletr at this place
It n prominent feature. Tho management deservta
success. tuulloey'B beautllul bUi vf Pacha Ab
dul Kaxak," was agreat success last evening. How
could it bo otherwise In the hands of such artls's
as Mons. Szotlosy, A. Gross!, C Lehman, MUs
Whelpley, M'lle Lehman, and a splendid corps do
ballet? The comic piece, "Peter Piper Pepper
Podge,' In which J. li. Budworth and it. W. hud
worth are prominent, was received with shouts of
laughter. u Robert Macalre," an old -Bevel panto
mime, waa also a marked success. Hernandet aa
Jacques Strop, la wonderful. The whole entertain
ment ts worthy of patronage. This evening three
new artiste make their first appearance: Miss Ada
Teaman, Mlsa Kmma Whiting and MUs RUthM.
Whiting. Two performances will be given on
Chrlstmae day efternoqei and evening.
Police Mattem John Johnson, drunk, and
disorderly) fined $1, by Justice Drurj ,
Tim Hanlla, drunk and disorderly! fined 18, by
John Hopktne, dlsorderlyi fined $i, by Justice
John Sullvan, drunkenness) Bned $1, by Justice
Charles Wright, disorderly! fined l.M,by Jus
tice uayion. ,
Francis Batton and Michael Brovancle, drunlt
and dlaorderlvi fined 05. bv Justice Thompson.
Joe, Uatto,claordcrlyi fined o, by Justice Thomp
John L. Thayer, breaking In windows aad doors
Morris Connor, drunk and dlsorderlrt Unci A2.
Jas. Pumphrey, assault and battery ball for
court, by Justice Donn.
John fiurnes, disorderly conduct i fined ! W, by
1). Whalen. shooting In the streetj fined $A,by
W. Whalen, Thomas, Martin, George Jones, and
William sates, disorderly! fined 1 M, by Ju.tlc
8t rat ton.
Aloebmamic Di a ate. In the Board of Alder
menon last Monday night, a bill was reported by
iWr. rrppvr, fruw iuv inuiutruwui .vuuwtuiTi
providing for paving tho Intersectloae of streets,
out of which report there sprung up quite an inter
esting debate aa to tho legality andpropriety of the
passage of eueh a bill.
Mr. Uovd discussed the ouestlon In Its bearing
upon the restrictive provisions of the charter, and
held that that Instrument prohibited the paving of
streets by the Corporation, In the manner pre
Svribtd by tho bill. These Boards bad recently
passed a joint resolution asking Congress to per
mit us to pare the streets out of the general fund.
He was In favor of that mode of prosecuting all
Mr. Pepper reminded the Board that Congress
had not yet granted tuch permission, aad stated
that the Intersections of streets were always Im
proved at the expense of the city.
The Chairman stated that such was the case)
that, where a street was improved, the intersec
tions were Improved without charge to the adjacent
Soi Diras' CuaiiTMAt Dinmeo It Is a curltsltr
to visit the basement of the Patent Ottlceendece
tbe huge piles or produce lor the soldiers' dinner.
Mrs. Smith superintends everything is at work
late and early i was down at the Depot jester-
day to see to the unloading or the ireignt from
Baltimore. She has bought 200 hams, 14 barrels
nntta. a harrtla cranberries. 2A.0QU nranres. one
to each soldier, lesterday she received tl.OJO
worm or poultry iron rniiaueipnia, ena expects
more. Phe intends to leave nothing undone to make
the poor soldier's heart glad on that day. It Is well
onmirh to remind our tMtrlotlc citliens that ah
he received but about ae.ooQ et In aid of the ob
ject, which Is not adequate to the undertaking.
Let alt our kind and patriotic ladles do all they
csn to supply the delicacies for th oocaslou.
To the Bcnrvoi ent. A family by the ntme of
rariutntF Minalaitliiar fit fiithatr. uinlhtr. m,l alt
small children, (one horn J esterday.) can be found I
on Thirteenth, one door below L street, who are 1
. ..,....' I -,.... -.... .. .1 -.1
vernl-.tltut. and alckl also Ihetf ara In need at
many thine, to nuk. them eomfoilable. Please call
and see lor .oursehes, s the writer of this h..
WAiiilfOTOit, Deo. 37, 1603.
W. cheerfully aire ih. above aa Insertion, and
trust It will meet the ey. of some benevolent per
son. who will look Into the condition nf this f.mr
lui to the Oi n CArtTOl. J... P. Dittk., Jno.
W.kaetr, II. C. Orme, J.N. W. tllsou, W. II
u.le, wer. yesterday sent lo tb. Ud Capitol, on
suspicion of belns; rebel aitlea.
tapt, Lawsoo.uf the. lR-KRh frg lata, arre.t.
cd b tha Potomac Aotllla, was alio lent to the Old
M6fii tMimiM i mmryjitiMi;- wihn
m rahr ta a imhiltnlm 02 ImmVwm nU i
DUtrld m4 qrrftnHn In AxtwuliHaiUtktif
lekool fya4 ,1JM0I
taklai tu.d . w. . u
iMtiillu' kKjl.3.uv i. ,1 itoan
"l,(Mil'Aii4;. -, !
Tbtra ward t .
Frmrth tr.rd -fifth
3 , '. i11 '
3 neoempuon una
- Colored school
-. 483,117 M
0K i 't.
Dec. S3, balance duo Corporation
mh vi nwuiiwii
-. Bl Bowman, Bk.
Hon, R, Wallach, Mayor.
Petition of Wm. Trtnktee. aiktn fntha m,Uia
Petition of Jamea Towlee aod other. In relation
to tho repair of a pump situated at tho corner of
mum ii rcei west anq n nreei norm, neterred.
Petition of S. 17. Walter. aaklnthniiatrtiiinii
ot...w.r. Mrfrid. - ' "
A bill m.kla, .a .pMoprUUoiTfoftndtnctal
CT.tUIii( TwraUtth ttrt.t wnt. IxtwMa E ut I
trMti north. rtlMd.
m a mu .u .ppropri.Tion nt I.TUf ft nf
foolw.ru UI.Tn)hw.nl. hii
A Mil r.i.ilre loth.. twtlo. of it.IKi boat..
and for other Duraooeo.
A Joint resolution In relation to tho alley In
otjuaro 407. Paaaed.
A bin authorising tho Mayor to appoint com
missioners or Improvement! for the several ward.
A reeolutlon thnttao Mayor bo respectfully re
quested to Inform this Board what payments, If
any. have boon made, towards dUenargUg the debt
Of the dty, ae required by tho tenth eection of the
amendment to the charter of the city of Wash
A bill making aa appropriation for tho payment
of R. M. Downer. Passed.
a joiot resolution oi request, Ave. Passed.
A concurrent reeolutlon of instruction, ta th
committee to attend to tho Interest of thoeorpo-
ratlAM KalfAa IVmavaaa )
A bill maklar an aDOranrUtlnn fa- fanifi
around tchool-hoasea In tho Fourth school district.
rbmewn OiunH. The Board nf rVitnmAi. rviif.ii
assembled last evening at the usual hour.
'A resolution was Introduced by Mr. Gordon,
calling for a committee, on tho part of the two
Boards, of dt Irene to urge before Congress tho pro
priety of abolishing tho police commission, and to
request Congress to pay 1100,000 into the city treas
ury, which wse referred to the Committee on Po
lice. The following were passed.
A bill to grade and gravel D street north, from
west tide of First street west to New Jersey ave
nue. A bill for the relief of R. M. Dowser.
A bill maklae maktar an aDDuoDritttna fn fena.
lng around the school-houie In the Fourth school
A bill to relay the flag footway acrosi La. are-
hu aaaiu oiaviu uiii w BiralVia wrtli
A bill for grading South I stltol street from N to
A bill for the relief of Gait stub Kohlcr.
The bill for the establishment of pounds for ani
mals was taken ud and uoituoned tin nt nrnn.
i he Joint resolution appointing a committee to
Erocure a portrait of Gen, MoCleDan was neat ta
ur. Knight moved lo snbstiture the name of Lt.
Geo. Sect 1 1 which wss rejected yea 1, nays It.
Mr. Lload thin ranr4vl th rnlfnwtnrBuhatitnU
which was adopted:
JtMved. That fully appreciating the military
services of General George B.McClellen,lnderenoe
of the Constitution and laws of our country wo
hereby tender to him the heartfelt thanks of the
cttliens of Washington
kftottvJfuTiktr, That acopyofthls resolution be
forwarded by the Mayor to Geo. McClellan.
ine uoarainrn aajourncu.
Paor. WlLSOi'a COMCLrcita I.rrrttir.Ttia
last lecture of the course given by Prof. Wllsoa.
In the Smithsonian, was listened to with marked
attention last night.
me sunjeccwas "tnc iiuuric and Unhlstorle
Thoueh there ts a creat dlveiltv In 4h .
yet the speaker saw In tali no Incompatibility
ni.ii inr (uratwi iiravrn, iron a romuon pair, ui
all the natloaa. onlv eomuaratlvelv tw h.r writ.
ten their names Id the records of history. The
vTkuimr euiarBcirrtaiiri i ine naiions ' may De
traced to their geographical positions. One little
spot of earth on the Mediterranean shores has
been peculiarly Illuminated. From these Iocs titles
come all our history, science, and religion.
The nations bordering on the Mediterranean
were then alluded to, and their characteristics de
scribed In detail lg)pt was the originator of tho
arts pictorial Illustrations and Palestine the
plac pressed by the fret of the Saviour. Greece,
Carthage, and Roma were In turn described. Thote
nations, located where the great rl. ert Row south
ward In the north temperate tone, are the most
The ancient Celtic race was the most Intellectual
of the unhUlorle races, and the Greeks of the his
toric. From the former is derived the Inspiration
ofmany of the grand old poems of ).ngUnd. The
admixture of the Celtic wiihthe Anglo-Saxon race,
a vigorous Intellectual with a vlrgorout physical,
developed that wonderfully actlre race which now
people this continent. The peninsulas of Europe,
Greece, Italy, Ftialn, France, (isolated by moun
tains,) and England, by their pent un locations,
have been developed In an unusual degree. Yet
this country, these vast plains, can obtain all the
advantages of the "pent un Ltlcas" by mesne of
the great dUoo rrles of railroad and telegraph, by
means of which the distant portions art brought In
The Anelo-Saxon race is the vounreatnf thehla.
torlc races, yet It Is destined to become the greatest
of all. A long and grand future Is before Ft. Tho
Greeks looked backward for the "Golden Age,"
We are privileged to lookortrerd for our Golden
Theits. Thtevea are still successfully pursuing
their operatlone, as the following wilt snow i On
Sunday evening, about o'clock, a couple of over
eoata and a hat were taken from the mala hall of
Mayor Wallach'e residence, and on Saturday eve
nlngtha.hnuse of Mrs. Hough, on Pennsylvania
avenue, was entered and robbed of AIM In gold,
and SIM In stiver. Mr. Jones, financial clerk la
the State Department, had hie pocket picked of
uo while passing out of tbe east door of the
State Department building.
We hear, also, of three cases In tho First aod
two In the Second ward, where the houseewera en
tered and different articles stolen. Our cltlrect
cannot exercise too much care, ,
Fovho Dead On Sunday morning about nine
o'clock, tho body of a man by the name of George
Kennel, a Government teamster, was found dead
in a branch near Twentieth street, between L and
M, by a little colored boy. An officer of the First
ward went to tho snot, and ascertained the follow
ing fct t Kennel had been drunk all day on Sat
urday, aad was In a shoD nsatta the branch aboiU
nine o'clock on Saturday evrolog, and It Is tup
posed that when he came out of the shop, he accl-
uuiuiy icn un in cutrrn idioms uranco, ana
there froze to death.
DaiHKiNo Hociei Closed. The diinklog bouse
of John'North. on B street, was claaednv th
prorostguard on Saturday night, tbeproprletor
ubw evt "' ! ) tcu iuaaranua ui.
The house opposite, kept by Mrs. Peterson, was
also closed. Being unable to pay the fine, she was
committed to prison.
The house ur Mien Kelly, on New Jersey av
enue, near the depot, was also closed, and the pro
prietress fined 030.
Woi'fDED AMD Disabled Soldiers Csn have
their "VcfMnry JVwts " made out for application
of " avdJtat Piij4int,' Immediately upon procuring
iir - wtnvryr, vj (ini,wn iu "t, wcrener.
4 ZtJtck. No. 4
streets, near General Post Oifioe.
No charge until
pension is proourru.
Dc.ia.aic India Ritaara Good., Mr. H. A.
Hull bat Ju.trcocl.,. a lot of Offlcr.' Look aa4
Light dull tlalih.4 Coat. alio, dull nnlibnf Pon.
choa, .xlra Lrr. iltr.i al.o, a lot of blu. EDcUtb
T.lm.i, very lour, at ,10 ,acb which h. I. wllla,
at maaufaoturrn1 prlcr., at hu ladla Hubbtr Warr
hou.., 110 Proo.ylvaDla ai rou,, btwr.a Nlath
apJTfPth.trr.1.. oct27 If
A WoaD or Advice. ThOM wbo hava bwa
ilovtorlne for wr.lt. and moothi without obtalnlai
rrllcf, should consult Dr. 'Lhbl.tt. wboM onto. I.
at No. 4.t K Itrrct, corner of Klf hth itrct, aad b.
radleallr cured. Twrnlj.nv, jc.r. .xp.rl.ae. hat
..Ubll.hed Dr. Fl.hbUU'. reputation a. auhyil.
cl.a. lucent case, cured In a few d.ra. Charce.
moderate. UR. ruilDLATT,
No. til K.tmt, corner of Flrhth.
Oppoilte the General foet omoa.
Lanirit', Men'., Youth.', MU.e.' and Children.
I nitnoer nooie, anoe., aanaei. anil u.lter. Lailler
and Gents Buckle Oi ershoes. with felt lining and
top; Men's Short, Knee and Hip Boots. At Allen,
flam. 1. I n m In. II. llttdb HIau M.... a. a-..-
ClappsiCo'. India Kubliar store, Penn. aienue,
between loth ana nth ate. nov .4 lm
India Ruiara good. Tha place to buy your
RUBBER CHATS, LF001NS. CAMP BLANK KTS,
HA VK1.0CKS, lUVI'.H'iACkS, .mi eterr snide
made from INDIA RUBBER, le at II. A.IIALL'9
India Rubber Warehouse, where you csn obtain
them at manufacturer.' price., lib Pean.ylvanla
awoue, between NUlh and Tenth atreeta. ooxi
Imdia RvaaEa Boot, avd Shoe. The above
article, are .old rae.frr at II. A. HALL'S India
Ruhl arehout., lib Penniylvaata avenue, than
at any other .tore In this city or vicinity. Thl. la
o. Call and aitl.fjr yourteltes, 310 Pennsylvania
ai enue. no in tf
f ia es
, Mtl ta
P 0,713 30
aftaAtmBmmtamf.VdkammMhm aaBBBBaaSal" fTaalMt
i At the eacttilae At tola aaaocL
night tho ptopooltloa
proposition of the Mayor, to. gdolso tjke
aaU of tM turn i
ty, tho otter half
furnish wnad ta tlM fwio-nr ialtv.
rharlag boon plaeod In eaorew of tho tonne Cotkex
lie Friend's ftoetoty) to tb haodo of tbe organlta ;
kw wr iu. piupvee, waa uaam up aiiu mmvwyim.
A committee of one wai appointed from each ward
to eo-operate with tho Young? Catholic rrieod'e tf
ototy In tho eWbutioe. of io siaiity. 1. t,
1 Cneoapkaik ah Onto Caoal, The following
boats arrived at Georgetown .'since our laett .
Moee,wood O. P. Porter, wood i Wm. Hoxt,Bot
dea Co., too tone eoali Jao. Hill, Amor, C, Co., lit
tons eoalf Joe. J. Oreaham, Amor. O. Co , lot tone
eoah K. a Hartley, wheat, A0.,'OM DemUlon,
l Tho following departed t Wa. Heat, Wm Man
hope, Jno. Hill, aVMooo, Anm J. Derby, Neptune,
C T. porter, amltb HvjM. - 4 ;. ,; a
AaaiVALor Paooijcd PjutontajATwo hundred
and fifty paroledprlsoneri came tip On Sunday in
charge of Capt. Green, econd New York cavalry.
They aro to be aeat to Annapolis until their ox
change la aflocted.
Dikkabos or DitASLXD SoLDi es. Two hun
dred and ninety-two disabled soldiers were yester
day dlachargedfrom f ha different hospitals,
?aoKOTion Wm. R. Snyder, Esq ,of Mlnneeota.
waa yesterday promoted from n filjSootoa Sjloo
clerkship In tho Pension Offleo. -
Biimxo Ratxs. Tho following; aro tho ratea
at which baokert and broken aro travlnrBnd
oeUlne; goi and Utct Ibt log al tender notoo
Dina; ine awnoarui
Gold 80 per c. prttn.'- BS per c. prem,
BllTCT. ' 23 " 25
Demand noteo 23 20 r "
. oauti ui iuuo in Tiaimugwu iuu ucvrjr-
Farmers and Hech's
Bank of Commerce.
Bank of Metropolis.
Bank of Washington.
Form's ft Merch's B'nk.
Tki Bcrxtos Bajtk redeems Us notco In U.
B. Treasury noted, when any amount from ono
dollar upwards Is preeemted.
a I ' I
Attthtio, ArrucTXDl Dr. VeUny ts ytt
enraged In on exteniWe practice In tilt city,
and wo would call the attention of the poor,
pony, emaciated victims of their own bins to
tho beat sourcea of remedy. Ylrt, rive tip yonr
present courco of Ufa at onco and forever f and
secondly, call1 on the moat skilful physicians,
(and nono ore better than Dr. Vellny,) and bo
cured of the dlaoato which lo now-undermining
yonr constitutions and tending yon to a pre
India Robbeo Goods lt It not necessary for
Mr. If. A. HALL ta en n merit th dl(Tkrnt trUa
and kinds of Rubber and Gutta Percha manufac
turers goods no Keeps (be hae them all) on hand)
and a glance lato the beautiful store or list of prices
flvea by his attendants, will convince any one that
Is establlmhment Is rrallv the onlv InllA JtuAoer
rfarraeiier.and Is located at 310 Pennsylvania ave
nue, next aoor io Piessre.i narper at mueneire ury
Goods warehouse, between Ninth and Tenth
streets. dee 8 tf
Goto WniTEHCarr, 441 Pennsylvania avenue,
to obtain superior Likenesses at reduced prices.
!? faul Vl.lt. f...l ,. A a J-.
m inr van. v iivfiit) mihikij niv m ay w if, uuiiu.
aow selling at $4i half doieos, same rate. Colored
Imperials reduced from 0)0 to $90) sslllng whole
site colored at only St. I will excel In "Colored
CtUi VMtti," having secured the services of a
superior artist for that branch of business. Like
nesses ofmany of those fallen In battle can be ob
tained heret also card photographs of prominent
men, both civil and military. nov 3t lm
Georgetown Marina List,
AnaiVAU. Schr. Damascus, Price, Baltimore,
iwiHHna ayHi. v. hii -.. mbciii mivbuui mt m
ruana.sej senr. tnss. a. nec-sm
er, Stubbs, Boston,
FOR SALE OR RENT.
Bnict. house and lot for halk
A BARGAIN. A Double Brick House, con
taining ten rooms, with large side Lot, situated on
L street north, between sixth and Seventh streets,
will be told low and on easy terms of payment.
Apply to JAS. C. M( G UIHE X CO ,
Auctioneers and Com. Merchants,
dec Sl-Ct Star
I?OR RENT AND HAL-U-The rurotture of
. a Irst-class Boarding House, with Fourteen
Rooms, In the very beet of neighborhoods, tn the
Fourth ward, now having from fourteen to sixteen
Doaruere. nausiac.ory reason siren lor seinnr.
For particulars, apply ai the Agency unice, on
Ninth street, near
rennsj ivania avenue.
dec 57 H
N. H. MILLER.
ROOMi TO LET. Four Furnished Rooms, with
or without Board, within nve minutes' walk
of Pennsylvania avenue.
Inoulro at No. 40T
T A K Y KQVIPMKNT
TRUNK, AMD HARNKaa
40, tl.r.ivth itr.et,
orroim odd rixiow.' am,,
WASHWaTON, D. C.
I maauXactur, of th. b.t material, and hare
conitantlj' on hand, a Ur,. and vari.d atMrt'
Military and CUItmt' RADDLES,
FELT SADDLE CLOTHS.
Patent Feed and Water Bucket.,
Officer.' Fine Sword Delta,
Belt Trimming., and
Field Olasa Casta.
T K UN K & .
WOOD BOX TRUA'IlS.
TRAVEL IX O BAGS,
A. I manutactur. Trunk. exten.lvrlr.end necea
aarlly hav all klnd.01 Trunk Material, I am better
prepared to repair Trunk., fcc . thorouahly and
promntlr.thaa any other .elabllinment loth, city
JASIKS S. TOPHAM.
HOLIDAY DOOKffaod FANCY COOD1.
SIIEPHFRD 4. RILEY Intlte their friends to
five them a call at the corner of aeventh and D
street e, and examine their slock of
WHIT1.NO DESKS, DRESSING CASrS,
WORK BOM'S, PORTFOLIOS,
Bibles, Prayer Books, Hymn Books, Game., Toy
Booka, and Holiday Books, lo e ery arlety.
T F V O I T TS
LU m b e r yard,
South of Feuusylvaula Aieuue.
det 13 tff
"VTOW 19 THE TIME TOBUV YOUR CLOTH.
L. A. BEALL k CO,
No. SSI Seventh street,
between I K.
sep So 3m
SMITH DBAIX. No. 301 SEVENTH '
Street, between land K streets, It the Cheaett
Clothing House In town. Try them. ,
noy 81 JU'o"
TJAl! C. Bfott'lTXatnl a 0OH
' w 'aii ",
suitable rgs;sifita4T pjiesxxts.
Ok W-aar ! D' .
OoauanKlac l tu o'clock, w. aaall Mil, on tb
flnt floor of to Auction Kooma, about
W VOLUME OF HAND10ME10UND BOOK!,
tultaala for fmnli durtac tho foUaart "
anvau,i ALtvtir, sovrcxiti,
CHIISTMAI TALti.i ft A rig BOOKS,
JAS. C. McDUIRr k CO.
T W. I- WILL 60 Autlon..ra, .
'Comer F ma. arrawlmtf Ninth m.t twih ttit.
XLEdANT ASD HICll
SUITABLE FOR HOLIDAY QIFTB,
Cj On TUFIDAT MORNING, December U, com
mencing at IS o'clock, at our Auction Rooms, by
catalogue, tho stock or an Importing house
FROM NEW TURK,
all manufactured la the very beet and richest man
ner, and warranted free from moths and
at represented, consisting of
Real Royal Ermines, "
Hudson Bay Sables,
o French sablet,
, , Rock Martens, eve.
And a very extensive assortment of valuable
GENTLEMEN'S rUR MUFFLERS and GLOVES
We respectfully call the attention of purchasers
to this stock of elegant Furs aod Robes, as they
have been made up by one of the best manufac
turers of Broadway, New York, for retail trade)
and will bo eold for cash, without reserve.
W. L. WALL h CO,
dee SI Auctioneers,
BT J. O. McGUIKE dt CO- A net lone era.
CONTINUATION SALE OF SILVER TLATKD
HAKE.-Oa. TUESDAY EVENING, December TJ,
at 1 o'clock, on the 3d floor of tho Auction Rooms,
we shall continue tho tale of Silrer Plated Ware, a
consignment from one of the best manufacturers
In New York, embracing la part
Fine and medium Tea and CoiTec Pots
CofTee and Tea Urns, Walters
Cake and Berry Baskets
i Fgg stands, with Cups and Spoons
Water and Cream Pitchers
Combination Castors, with Butter Dish and Fruit
Table Castors, Cut and Pressed Bottles
Magic Perfumery Stand
Butter Dishes, Sugar Bowls, Syrup and Cream
Wine Stands, Cups and Goblets, &.c.
Many of tht tnoit cottly yet remain vniotJ,
WILL BK ADDED
A number of BRONZE MANTEL ORNAMENTS,
In great variety or designs.
JAS. C. McGUlRH A CO,
dee 21 dts Auctioneers.
BT J, C. McarJinB CO Auctioneers.
CHOICE BVILDINO LOT IN PNfATAO
OFFICE SQUARE AT AUCTION.-Oa MONDAY
AFTERNOON, the 8th or January, at half past four
o'clock, we shall sell, at auction, one of the nml
desirable Lots In Printing Office Square) said Lot
fronting S3 feet 4 W Inchee on First street west, aod
running back ISO feet 4 Inches to a Wrfeet alley,
being the second Lot In the square from the corner
of H and First streets west, and situated nearly tn
irom oi me resiaencc oi rne ixie senator uouglsi
Since the burchase of the Printlnr hiMm hvih
Government, this section of Washington has rapid-, liued; but none of that denomination have been
ly Improved, aod no more desirable opportunity for j oat
Improvement or Investment can be found In the) Uu all genuine certificates there Is an ornate fig
city, ureor garland placed over and unter each of the
a tmny-ieei auey runs through the square from '
east to west, In the rear of tbe lots fronting First
Terms $600 cash; the balance In six and twelve
months, secured b deed of trust on the property.
JAS. C. McGUIRE h. CO
IV. La. AVALt. Ac CO.. Aurtlnnftri.
TO AUrrtON SALE OF QROCERIE, dADLf-lTVR
VtVUMA, UUAJU, A&U i UUAt.VV.Ua TL1.SUAV
MORNING, 211 lnstant,He will sell at the Auction
.JSuiWr Ki. ' . l.re.7y"5Y
nooaie m un oi uroccries, jjquors, fcc, compri
BlntT Uarrels Sugar and Sirup
Do hull Butter and Flour
Kits Mackerel, boxes Starch, Pepper, and Soup
Kcfrs Pickles, case ditto and Sauces, boxes Figs
Cases Aromatic enters, Raspberr) and Lemon
Cases Assorted Prcserres and Pickles, Fxtract
a Painted Stand Casks
11 larre fence Tea Cases and Pales
Latre lot Glassware, Goblets and Tumblers
llsrrels XXX and Hke'n Marnolla U hlk
Do Mononaahela and Old Bourbon Vhlsktcs
Kect Suit's Whisky
Cigars. Smoklnf and Chewing Tobscco
And a large assortment of small stores.
Terms cssh. W. L. WALL U CO,
dee tt Auctioneers.
BY QUEEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneer!. MUNN II CO ,proprletorsof the Scientific Amer
VALUADLF. SQUARE OF GROUND FOR lean, and agents for procuring American and For-
rtiti uun i.rrcinuiiu, DviwrTiiavrcninHDUMinia
streets east, containing about ao,ooo squsre feet oi
Washington. D. c, in liber i. A. S , No. SW, folios aod to more thunrifleen thousand inventors who
;.1H.?LW!..T.UJ "".f PuWlo uetlon, on hat chad business done through Munn tk Co.'a Pa
TUKSDAY, the 16th day of Deormlwr. 18C3, ou the tent Agency.
I,fem.1,eIr Wl ol "I11'? n""1' ' himarM ana
ninety (two), at i'clock In the afternoon.
Terms of sale i One-thlrl in cash, and the balance
In three eooal payments In 6, 12 and 18 months, with
interest irom the dar of sale-the deferred pay-
auraas u vk st,uit ayj uuiri, aitaiaL-iir) it' liir
If the terms be not comnlled with tn five at from
tho day of tale, the property will be re-ioli at the
risk and expense of the defaulting purchaser, at
three days notice. Said square Is on one of the
great thoroughfares leading Into the dt). It is
pat cd on one side and Is about the proper grade.
s. a. rrucli, t Tp ....
JOS SMITH, 'I Trustees.
GHENN fc. WILLIAMS,
dec 5 eodfcJs (Star) Auctioneers.
tThe above Sale le nofctnoiied uutll
TUT 3DA V, the 334 Instant, at I o'clock p iu.
By order nt the trustees.
ORFFN h WILLIAMS,
dee 17 en id Stsr Auctioneers.
JOHNSON NAGXE'S TRADE SALE
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
JOUXSOX d. XAOIE
Will sell through
Messrs. W. L. WaU Ac Co.,
At their Store, No. 5)80 Peooiylveolt avenue,
TITESDA r, DECEMBER 23, and
WEDXESDAr, " 24,
Goods consigned to them, put up express for the
Holiday Trade, conlitlo(t partly of
Champagnes of the t ery best brsnds,
V, ines aad Liquors, In wood and glass,
French Cordials and Punch Essences,
Havana and Domestic Segars, of the best brands,
Jellies and Preserved Fruits of ercry kind,
t nellsh aod French Pickles,
Catsups aod Sauces,
Olives. Capons, Anchovies, Sardines, Ac
Chocolate, Candles, Drops, fcc.
Layer Raisins and Figs,
Dried Apples, Peaches and Prunes,
Osrrels Sugar, Boxes Adamantine and Mould Can
dles. All these Goods are fresh and of fine qiisUty, se
lected expressly for our Holiday Trade, and h ill be
guaranteed to be es represented.
Catalogues will be ready on the morning or sale.
JOHNSON It NAOLr,
Btt Pennsylvania at enue.
N. B. The auction sale will be held In our store
next to Tenth street. 1 he other store wilt be open
for prh ate sales exclusively. J. k N.
T6TICE-VEflFR5 OF COSQRESS AND
l STRAbQERS VISUISQ HASHtbOTOb
Will find lt much to their advantage and personal
oomfort (If roomlnr out) to taka thru men. Is t thlm
well-known and longest abl I shed Restaurant. Tho
Miiflrrtris rma an rod win ainansa In vafliilne !
subscriber has snared no cinema in reflitln
entire establishment, which Is Intt?nJiiicxcliii!
I for a flrsKlass Gentlemen's Restaurant, where ma
be round .11 tha comforts of a private home, and on
very moderate terms,
Cntlrmen ar. putlcularly requested to call be
fore making arrangements elsewhere.
norSS folm 3iJ Pennsylranla ai enne.
Di a n v ,
FaoM Maacu , 1SC1, to Not cmbcr II, tun.
HFILFRIN't BOOK 1TOBK,
d. 1 ,w 344 penn re.
TROPOIAL von WOOD.
J", : w, , -.-..,. T -.
JDcrOT QoAaTEBMAtTEn't OrntC.
Corner Eighteenth and Gatreets.
Washington, D O., Dee; 18, ISO.
SEALED PttOPOlAtJ fnr th ttllvttrv tt ala
thousand five hundred (4,000) eoede of wood, more
or im, to in uovcrnmenx, win vm receirea ai mis
ofleraUl Monday tboSftBday of Doctmber, too.
The wood to be Lard, eound and uerentntable.
fourt(4) feet long, and split to the ordinary sire of
f The wood to bo delivered at Porta Albany, Craig,
Tilllnghast, Case, Woodbury. Do Kalb. Corcoran,
Bennett, Haegerty, Ethan Allen, and Merer also,
at such point on the Loudoun and Hampshire rail
road, between Vienna and Alexandria, Va., in such
Quantity at each place, at such time or .timet, as
the Depot Quartermaster may direct, and corded In
ranka four (4) feet high, dellrery not being con
sidered complete until so corded, measured, and in
spected. An Inspector will bo designated on tho part of
the Government to Inspect and measure the wood,
and eueh as does not conform to the above specifi
cations will be rejected.
Tho contract for the delivery of tald wood will
expire on the loth of June. IBCi.
Payment to bo made at the end of each month
for the wood delivered during tald month.
The full name and poet office address of tho bidder
must appear In the proposal.
If a bid Is mado In the name of a firm, tho namee
of all the parties must appear, or the bid will bo
considered at tho Individual proposal of tho party
Proposals from iitloytl parvwr wtfl net U eenrfi
rred.endeaoaA of mJltoUtnc mutt MCtomMmv tmek
Proposalc 'must bo addressed to Cept. Edward L.
ina-i, st m am Hunnnar u. ts. ermy. whik
Ington, D. C, and should bo plainly marked " Pro
posals for Wood."
The responsibility of tho guarantor must he
thown by the offlolal certificate of the clerk of tho
nearest District Court, or of tho United States Dis
Tho ability of tht bidder to fill tho contract, should
It be awarded to him, must bo guarantied by two re
sponsible persons, whoso elgaatnree must bo ap
pended to the guarantee, and said guarantee must
accompany the bid.
Bidders must be present In person when tho bids
aro opened, or their proposals wilt not bo consid
ered. Bonds tn tbe ram of ten thousand dollar, signed
by the contractor and both of his guarantors, will
be required of the successful bidder upon signing
Form of Quaranttt.
We, .ofthe county of, and State of ,
and , of the county of .and state of, do
hereby gusranty that la able to fulfil the con
tract In accordance with the terms of hit propo
sition, and that, should his proposition be accept
ed, he will at once enter Into a contract in accord
should the contract be awarded to htm, we art
prepared to become hla tureties.
To this guarantee must be appended the official
certificate above mentioned.
The Depot Quartermaster reserves to himself the
right to reject any or all bids that be may deem too
high. EDWARD L. HARTZ,
Cept, and Asst Quartermaster, U. 3. A.
X Washm oToir, December o, 1B02.
On Wednesday lest, the Sd Instant, there disap
peared from this office a package of blank "Cert lo
cates of Indebtedness,' of the denomination or five
thousand dollars, numbered from UMl to 19,000,
both Inclusive. No certificates like them have ever
been issued from this oBce, and none will ever be
1 he true certificates of the denomination ot five
thousand dollars have their numbers wain em oh
the rarE, In red Ink, at the vrrcn corners, directly
underthemsrclnalborder. The words Minhe order
blank be not filled up, this certificate, Issued to
, will be paid to bearer, are mitted on the
back of the certificates, tn red ta. All that hare
been lssuedslnce about the 1st Instant, commencing
about No. 11.800, hare the large denomination,
"6O00," printed on the free, in red ink. All certifi
cates that will Issue from this office In future, will
be like those Issued heretofore. Those In the lost
ptckage diner from the genuine In having the words
above quoted, In "If the order blank be not filled
up, this certificate, Issued to - . will be paid to
bearer," eeerewd on the face of the certificate, be
ginning over the vignette, aod there taking the
place of the border, aud continued below on each
end, over the engraved denominations of "fioou,"
The numbers are vrinltd in on each end, In red far,
vmuem the 'ouoo'' denomlnatloni the large denom
ination Is In green Ink. Certificates of the denom
ination of one thousand dollars, aoswerlng the de
scription of those lost, have been and are being
"o serous containing me ncnomi national tigures,
5000." Theearland matches three indentation
of the scroll, running lengthwise of the certificate,
nu i buuui litre quarirri 01 an men long, an
eighth at an inch wide In the centre, tapering both
wars from the centre. On the tost cert I Acute, this
garland does not appear. K. E. SPINNER,
snpear. V. K. SPINNER,
Treasurer of the United States.
I - Of No. tsi, corner of Eighth and E ttrects.
Opposite tha General Post Office,
Can be consulted on RHEUMATIC AFFECTIONS.
CONSUMPTION, LIVER COMFLAIhTS CHRONIC
A i FFCtlOiSS. as well as ill Diseases or Imprudence,
or whatever character, and which may be declared
Incurable by other physicians. He engages to make
an in.Darui.eaiv surv.
from his lengthy practice In the science of medi
cine, he Is enabled to otter himself to the public ts
being the only one In Washington capable of attonl
Inr itreedv relief. All cases curable will be ruiriin.
tied. He warrants a euro without the use of mer
.curyor aay otneraangerous medicine. Kecentcasee
cured in two or three days.
.1. tt. aJrtiiirHiuiTiKU iv ui. t ,.mi Mil OUWW, PDi
421, corner of Ughth and E streets, opposite Ocn-
i erni rust uiucv, wiitrecciTeimoeuiateaiienuon.
riM) INVKNTOnS AND PATENTEES.
Pamphlet of adt Ice sent free by mall,
Patent Lam and Regulations, lOO psges, 23 ccn
. No charre for consultation, orallr or bv matt.
j preliminary Examination In United States Pa-
I Ifni UmCe. MO,
Offlces, No. 1
No. tT Park Row. NewTorkt Washlne-
ton, corner of F and Seventh streets, opposite tbe
rnicHi uuic mir it niii
rinAND ADVANCE OF THE ARMY OP
y- THE POTOMAC, aad all the stores are cry
ing up the prices of their goods but SMITH fc
BEALL, No. 301 Seventh ttreet. We are able to
sell good clothing nearly as cheap as ever. We
have been fighting against high prices for the last
) ear, and our stock oow Is good, aod we are able to
sell at low prices.
SMITH Is all the time In the mtrket picking up
goods at old prices, tnd that it one reason we un
dersell all others. We hare the means and ability
to sell cheap, and we will do it, as our customers
want Good Clothing at low prices, and wa are Just
the men to sell It to them. A call ts solicited at the
CHEAP CLOTUINQ HOUSE of
SMITH It BEALL,
No 301 Scrcnth street,
nor 21 dt Janl First door below the market,
1) K II 1 ON A L.
Ifopelen Cue are being Pxtrtd DdUy, by Uamt
Call and see the names of some of the flnt citliens
of Washington, who hare been restored to health,
Gout, Piles, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Scurvy,
Nervous Complaints, aod Female Weaknesses, In
variably cured without fiid.
MRS. WREN, 410 K street,
between Sixth and Seventh streets.
N. B. The city cars pass within a square of the
door. nov ST lm
'UK CONFESSIONS AND
Pill ILhed for the BCNcriT and aa a warning aod
A CAUTION TO VOU.S'Q MEN
who suScr from Spermatorrhea. Nervous Debility,
Premature Decay, etc, supuhing, at the same
tlme.THF. MKA.SSOr SELF CURE. ByoneuhO
has cured himself, after being put to great e&peuse
a t .l . ji ... 7. i j . S
I anil Injury through medical humbug and quackery
By enclosing a post paid addressed envelope,
stntile copies may be had of the author.
wiriiitiir, Kt.vc.tD t-
nor 39-d3mir Uedford, Kings bo , N. V.
JUHT ItECElVEn OUR NEW STOCK OF
Fait and Winter CLOTHING, which we are
elllng at t ery low prices, at
L. A. BFALL k CO.'S.
No. WlKetenth street,
sep 15 lm between I and K.
rtOME ONr, COME ALL, TO L. A. BEALLACO ,
to f et ) our Clothing, Filriil.hlng Goods,Trnnks,
I llats, and Cap.,
I No. set Seventh .treet,
I lilt-ID between lal,
-pOKD rASKSOffaUkXaa THEATRE,
Truth Una, TtyiiitooM rrmttftmU'amu.
' - i. " 1,-- . .
Maaaftraad PraprUtor.n.M. ,aj. JohaT. rord.
' ' I' " . ' 2,?
T -. a or TatB ' T
Curiae U coming week, tha ealnant artiste.,
MR. AMD Mill RlCIIIIfal,
Xoiuaaf Batttt Troupt,
A CctApany 0 Km Torli CAorWi,
THE BEST DRAMATIC CORFS
Will appear each .renin. In
BiXra'a JUomriCMT BncrxCLt,
Th Spirit l.salr,
Ajroduetlan of lad.atrlh.hl. h,if .nA A.
auri and la
PATRIOTIC TABLEAU AND ALLEGORY,
Ratplendent wit besutr, and elooueat with IU
nuta appeala to
Zrw A'of fonot it-tuV.
To On Stcnd jmortu 0 A JW,
To tto ChtriAtd Sopct 0 fAe Fvtyirt.
It IB a rjlfitur. Whleh UliMHunlnvlnm h
history ot tn. Union la not a
Can look noon without amotion. It I. a mini.
A BAORID LEOACT OFTOS PAST.
and man of all partlea, and of all political tnada,
nay recerd it with hearts eofteud br tha lanu
rATRIOTIC VENERATION AND REIKCT.
Th. Ooddna of Uoertr.Mlaa CaroUaa Rlehlnta.
uwhi iTMauiwkMMMnHar. rvi.r sueninc..
of th. Illustrlou. Ftltr FUri. th. Terr txnoaioca
Stuart'i Oral Portrait of ITasAHofiwi.
Incidental to tha tableau,
THE NATIONAL A.WTHEit
Will b. sung br MUe Ricmnos. th. antlre chorus,
and aU th.
MEMBER! OF THE DOUBLE COMPANY,
With a power and reeellesea oarer before resllled
ON CHRISTMAS DAT,
A Grand Double Performance,
AFTERNOON AND EVKNINO,
PRICE! Or ADMISSION.
Dress Circle and Parquet!., M cental Orchestra
Seat., 19 cnt. Family Circle, 3S aeniei Prtrata
Door. oon at ta o'doekt D.rformaoea commao.
cea at 8 o'clock, d. S3
PrMlytvanU .wane, near TCttlarit' ttottl.
THlg (TCESDAV) EVENING.
SECOND NIGHT IN WASHINGTON of Dion Bour
clcault. admirable apcctacular Drama, In
Dr. acts, entitled
PAUVIIETTE UNDER THE IKOWl
THE ATALA N C H E ,
With new aad beautiful acenerr by Strong, won
derful Mechanical EflVta by Putnam, origi
nal Music by Kopplts, and presenting
Kata Denln ee. Paurretle.
Mrs. G. U Germon aa tha Duchess.
Label Freeman aa - Louise.
F.nnr Rran ...a. .-. hurt..
Chaa. Ilarron .-.aa-. Maurice.
l. hetcnell ....aa-.- Michel.
Ben. Rogere ..aa. Bernard.
G. P. Jamea a. - Martin.
O- CIIRI3TM AS-T WO PERFORMANCES. 43
Afternoon, at t o'elock 1 night, at 1 V o'clock.
PRICES OF ADMISSION AS BEFORE,
NIXON'S CREM.ORNE CIRtAll,
( Pennsylvania avenue and Seventh street )
Open Ztorv ffemoofs and Evtning.
RETURN OF THE OLD FAVORITES
From Aleaandrla, where for two weelte they ap
peared before ill, 000 prOPLE, who unhesi
tatingly pronounce them th.
BEST aYMSAfne CORFS,
MOST A-XPEKT ACROBATS,
MOST ORACLFVL XIQBKS
Evtr Sttn in Ottt Country.
the truly Original Clowni
THE SHERWOOD FAMILY,
And a host of others.
FRIDAY EVENING, Complimentary BeneOt of
Dr. R. P. JO.NLS.
I 1VAU tc CO.
a Are now reoelvlngon commission from the
A VERY LAItOF. AND KXTKNSIVE
Mahofaar, Walnut, and Imitation Wardrobes
Walnut. Mahogany, Marble-top, and Plain Ou
Sofas, lte-ateles, Arm, Vm?. and Parlor Chairs
Jenny Mnd, French, Cottage, Plain, and other
Parlor, Cane, and Wood-seat Chairs and Rock
ers Hair and Shuck Mattresses, Bolsters and Pillows
Book Cases, Writing Desks, and Tables
Card Tables, Centre Tables
Cottage aetts large variety
Marble-top Tables, Children's Chairs
Mahogany and alnut Sideboards
Whatnots, rtsgeres, Hat Racks
Marble-tob and Plain Washstands
Ingrain. Three-ply. and other Carpels, Oilcloth
U ith a Urge variety of Goods in the ahiraUhlnf
line.alt of which must be sold to close out the
stock, and offers Inducements to parties buying, as
the Goods are of good quality. Call at their large
aod spacious salesrooms, in the rear of their auc
W. L. WALL. CO,
de 1 1 5w South cor. Pa. ar. and tb st.
NOTICE IS I1KHKDY GIVEN THAT
the Copartnership heretoforeexlstlng between
LVLK fc COFFIiN Is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. JOHN O.lTLC.
J. A. COFFIN.
John G Lyle still continues the business at the
Washington, July 91, IUI. ly M
SMITH BE A LI., No. 361, Seventh street,
between I and K streets, Is the place to buy
your winter Clothing. They sell cheap. Try them,
nor 21 dtjaal
OAK HALL CLOTHING ROOM,
No ISC Se enth street, below F.
The subscriber takes great pleasure in announc
ing to nis OIU tTieniis ana tuiioiniri, n avnu
opened a new store at No. 464 Set enth street, near
F,whrchehas a One, selected stock of Clothing
to r-1., naod Uo) s' wear, v. hlch they hat e Just re
ceived from the North, and otters them for sale at
the lowest Northern prices. ., t rt
J. BRUCE tk CO,
sep 25 3m Clothiers, 464 Set enth street,
i; It A N K L I N jf C 0.,"7" "
Hit PENNSYLVANIA AVENVE,
(North side,) between Twelfth and Thirteenth at. ,
388 PENNSYLVANIA AVENVE,
Under the National Hotel,
Offer to Hie public for the
their richly assorted stock of
GOLD SPECTACLES and ETE-QLASSES,
with genuine Brallltan Pebble or Perlscoplo Cases,
correct!) suited for et ery sight.
MICROSCOPES, OPERA CLASSES,
MILITARY FIELD OLASSES,
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS, CARTES DE VISITE,
tr, ft., .,
at the lowest prices. dec 13
I .WKRYBODY'S atteulloule railed toour
!i new stock of Clothing for Men aod Hij.'uie,
which we hav. just rccel ed, aod ottrr for sale at
very low prices, at No. eu Seventh street, near F
' ' ' J. UHUCFfct'o,
Proprietor, of Oak Hall clothing Room,
ODD FELLOWS' HALE, r
' ODD yiLLOWS'SAUVi K JW
ODD f KIXOW tUlL, , '
1 i i .,,' I fr t ,
Tha Oct CaaUrVaur Cr,
Tfca anntCnmUrltmTrCmmpmMr,, xf.
Tk. Onst Caat.rkmrjr CMspuy,
Tk. Or.at Caat.rVavr Camtrmmrt
TOR TUtB VfZKK ONLY, r. t
' IX A ,
LADIF1 AND OtNTLXMCN.
LADIF.S AND CrNTLFMKN,
iLADIES AND OKItTLKMrN.
LADIES AND GENTLLMuC
l Cnltrtory ItnB trill rrmnln rlosai for u lent
during which time It will b. aatlralr .n.r.d.' .
renovated, ka., and will reopen oa MOItDAT. Dnn
cember S9(h, with a tfraar. company, and In a atyU
of magntac.no. not to b tqualad U toe) eoutry. .
Tb.r. will b. a newly rahMd Parquet!., a epacloua
GaUtry, four magnllomt Prlrata Boxaa, kfc.i. -
Monday KraUaar, DKVir 4, lij ' '
First appear aaoe,rto. herrM.nl lareri Ilia lea, of
MI88 JULIA M0RT1MXB, 114.
th. bauUful aad aadAatlof aoBgatraaa-rr'
UIB8 A0NK8 BOTJTHULAND, ,..""
th. eortlahNlghUagal..i .4' ) ' i
t CoaUauad aueeaaa of -, , - - .
MI88 JCATX PKNNOTXB,' '
r thaiaaMiotttrpaielon; t
rtratappaaraaoaof ,' -" 7
MISS CLARA. BZRGKB, " ,
" tha FmadiiatlAf Daaaensa. - -' - -
MISS NILLIZ TATLOR,. '
Tha charming af.lodist.t,
fuappursac aC th. Favorite,
First appearance of1 '
Mr. FIC. BUTLER, r 1
( tha great Banjoul.
TIIsX GREAT COCRTOF BEACTT,
BEAUTIFtri, TOUXO LADIES.
First week of
H. W. EAOAN,
tha renowned Ethiopian comedian, from 444 Broad
way, New York.
Triumphant success of tha champion, Clof Oanear
of the world, .
T. M. BATES,
who ta pronounced by all tha most wonieeful
dancer of tha age.
QEORQE R. EDESON,
the great Comedian, Pan to ml mist and Vocalist
who will appear In a favorite oomle eharaetar,
and sing some of hie popular soaga.
Tha Dnnghtera or Terpelcatoret
MISS JENNIE ALLEN".
MISS KATE HARRISON,
MISS LILUE BRANDON,
MISS ANNIE HARRISON.
MISS TILLY FORBES,
The Great Corps da Kthlonei
M. JEAN CLOSE I,
J. SYLVAS CURME
in a new selection of
The evening entertainment will conclude with tha
laughable afterpiece entitled
TIIK COBBLER AND TUB LORD.
Mr. George R. Edeaon......as..H.MHTha Cobbler.
On THURSDAY NEXT,CHR18TMAHAY, Dec. 23,
Two Grand Perfbrumatcea,
Afternoon at 3 Vl E enlng at IX o'clock.
Ladles and children are invited to witness the1
performances of this unparalleled eompany,as there
will be nothing to offend the tatttt of theftxtdiovi.
No liquors or cigars will be allowed In tha Itall
Front seats reserved ror Ladies.
No Improper person admitted.
No ladles admitted unaccompanied by g eotietnep.
Admission, 2ft cents i Orchestra Chairs, M cents.
Doors open at Xl performance, IX o'clock.
Ninth ttrett, near JYmiyIvn(a cvefiue.
rROpnir.TORj ..... a. hamdlina co
ACTINO MANAOER A. M. HERNANDEZ
BUSINESJ MANAGER ... JAMES PILGRIM
CAREER OF TBIUMrn I
DOUBLE COMPANY f
First appearance ot
Mlsa Ada Teaman,
allaa Ada T.atn.1.,
Mlsa Ada TtfansajB,
Miss Ada Teaman,
The charming and accomplished vocalist.
A. M. IIKIUf ANDKZ.
A. Bf. Il.mandea.
A M. lleruandea.
j. ii. BVDieoxrii. j. it. BVDteoRTii.
J. II. HVDWORTU. J. II. hVDWORTH.
J. II. BVDHOKIII. J. II. Ul'VnVMiH.
IV. S. BVDn'ORFII.
If. S BVDHOKTll.
II'. S. BVDHOUTII.
MOSS. SZOLLUSV. MONS. SZOLIOSY.
MONS. A. OROSSI,
MONS. C. LEHMAN,
J. A. COLhtAK,
J. If. LASB1S,
Tllt JVLIA lHUAN.
HONDIRFVL MOkCSTE BROTHERS, tc.
Grand Corpa d. Ball.!.
MONDAV EVENING, DECEMBER SM. 1MJ.
Orat Pror.mm. of Attraction.
MANLY EXHIBITION Or ORACI, STMNOTU
Br the acknowledged .uperior Acrobat and Oym-
On th. Horizontal Bar.
Banjo Solo, (original) .... w. S Budworth
Fancy Dane. ..--- Ml.s Elite Floroc.
Oultar Solo .-.... A. M. Hcrnandst
Masurka .... M'lle Paulina and M. Szolloey
The Old Sexton, In character ... Paul Brger
UZapatco ....... M'lle Julia Lehman.
MISS LUCY AT THE SOIREE.
By A. M. Hernandei. Miss Charles, and all tha Va
Comlo song . -Grand
Mystic Rings - - - -
PACHA ABDUL KAZAKl
Or lit ILAIE MARKET 01 COSSTANTINOFIS.
Abdul Kaxak, th. Pacha ... Mons. Slollosy
All Muvha, his Confidante . - . Mr. A. Lehman
Omar Allb, tha Slav. Merchant - A. Grossl
Grand Introduction . Ml.. Julia Lehman and
Corns da Ballet
Pa. de rasctnatlon
Pas de Obellsque -
Miss Paulina and Corps da
. Miss Pauline, JuUa and
.... Mlsa Whelpley
- - Miss O. Lehman
laranqrmni. piie. .uiib, rkyiiu, . hw,
and Corp do Ballet
To be followed by J. II. Budworth'a adaptation, of
Peter Pl.r P.lip.r Podajo.
Tommy Cllppem.Clauda Meluotte,1rnnlus. Lima.
kiln Man, Metamora . . Mr. J. H. BudworU
Peter Piper penwr Podge Mr. W.s. .Budworth
Jenny ChalterDoa Mlsa CharlH
Comic Song ...... Wr. Colman
Tut Lioht BatoaDI,
By Budworth Brothers, Landls and Paul Berg.r.
To conclude with the Fxu.ulsttely Amu.lng Panto
Robert Macalr. , Mr., A. Urossl
Jaques Strop, his Pupil ... A. M. HernaudM
LaValeur, Sergeant of Gendarmes A.Lehmaa
A Notar ........... Mr. Jona.
Thurstlar, Clirlstma. Day, Two Grand P.r
formaucesl Afternoon, for Lailee aad Chlldr.0,
commencing at a o'elocki Evening at usual time.
CrSp.clal Nolle A Grand Mallaeaon tat
urday ATternoon, Dec. ST, for th. accommodatloo
of Ladles and Children, commencing at S o'clock.
, rniiuiii " iau ii
t linhsMtra L)iftlr
lUuiii.tta atv.it. a?atTllf aTHtlA
Private JBoites -
itioreuvirciv , T
Door open at o'clock Performancei to com
teneo at IX o'clock. W
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