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Sil'eiitaliUsHct.f neS. h-imt.Krt nit .htrm-
I M UCMMt Mat CtMIU MOllnn,
I La thai fanMl. n. mt ldu rmaa..a
Bwpw laattaid mMt-MronMr wlik
ianv,-wioehJrlB tlnjw wu wartlint
forth.attrtaraaMtc4imrwuadeA aoldltn, a
- i atntthtdoa en. of tha nratnM, ratted aba
niaflfupfrMiMialtunr Mil, rttr llstraimr ett.a.
i Kvrty to th. vocal strain, of th fount Italy Se
ll""l tkM.tia- Mlu Mehlnca htdattw- to
i.'lf MHIo psuu from hit wound at all"
a.UlwMa. ,Ta-airr.-r at, hi, " SataatUe " lot th.
latttlaia. ' i in y.
Caovia't Tniarar:. 'Tala relief the popular
pitimafatoriMr.A.H.lDTtBwrtlvm meat all
laamaraaailraawnfala tntt'thareeteri. Mr; O.
hat acta MfaaM by Mr. GroVrr tor tut ability ha
.1 poaanaataaaaaator.aaa'liawlllaaubUtM prat a
,,i. valaaM. aaxttMry treat-toa-panr of tka
taaaiil.1 iMvvaa pii Mt io ma pairont oi
rbal aaaaaawata. ., Sua a i
alttat toftWa br Kuwi Ui
. lira mfnuv
n.,alaa amd aatiahlll.
Comedy CvtujrtMwUl.b. exerted on Ikli
! .TaM(Kxauuiai(Ul consist o( anert-
Voattecatlokoltha noateialaaaieoaudlaai lathe
tosiytrT wer aeeeaf iled la tka oU Nations! Then.
"wu an. or. urorert laaatrtl for ui ex
vurpot of perforralni tka school for lean.
Hfoa, iaaaawaia ton. J, T. Murdoch, Jai.
u. jr flteid., A. II. Uer.nport, Kiltrla
It J. K. Hm. ana alia, tj.da tv..tAa .aa
0. C. Germon. iiaea or before thai tint thli
Mil ttllllll liat aaviir bean anaaaJlari . h. tha
ESfW c??eet which, will appaar to-night u
, ETW'Jw oojnpaoy wjilnb .mora nearly ep-
ffX' tA I1"1"' ' Jarratl'a combination'
-wr',5.T,r fl" UM1 ' aarf reeoure. to makt
tatteatartalnmeotwhat l should j pariaot, a
" JE-? " fkfiaff. tka profnatoa, and to Ma
V tkaatrawi " J ' " "
. .. .Tkr coitumra aaJ appolntmrati, yri ut laform-
f aVvlllbatuMMaodirtrr appropriate praparrd
fraat tka oHtlnal plot of tha finirir L.n Tlir.lrc,
i- i,TaaitofUiarMtriorthli nnUaiUworthr
1 .ofpartlculw notlrai It ambncar at followai Mr.
x. E?.r,!!t. aartuwj Mr. Barron ai Joarpk
7.MMciMr. llonnaaHr htarTattloi Mr.Bokca
alrwvrrturlacti ur.Barratlaa at Btnjaaila
Batkbllri Mr. aatcktll ai Crabtrati Mr. Clifford ai
Moatt) Mr. Wmyi at Carlai Mr. MaDoaall at
.Boarkiri Mr. Tarr Irlpi Mlaa Kata Orala aa
11 T aatlti Mlaa Lot It iloui k aa Mri. Caadouri
Mtt-O.J-Qtrnan u Ladjr aatertrtll. and Mlu
luabtl rrrtnuu at Maria. ,
..Taja ! truly a ptrfcctarraartmral, and wllh all
th labor aaT tiprot loiurrrd to produoa tka
pttao It akould warrant an orrHlowtnr hmi f Kin
', ITintat J kaautlful, itlrrlof Co) at comtdr of
It Ertrrbodjr't rrltod" It ow btlat; rtktantd.
Tut Onu To-Niobt. Th Italian Optra Com-
Saar.tromlktMrwlorkAtadtairof Mnilt, pro
. ueethUtTtatnctaatatlraopcra of M Trarlata.'
h u vonufr. waa rtctiTa nianaBalltrlng rtrtp
lion on iatunlar la tka toaetrt. will apptar at
Vlolttta. a rclt la which tkt tiandt unrqualM.
SlciMir Mtctaftrrt tlntalhatwrtar AlfrMlni mmnr
Amodlolkat of Otrmont, aad Klfaor Barlll th
part of tka Dottor. The tborui and orcbtttra art
. uadtr tkt dlrtctloaof slraor Muilo. trdl'tj
1S.T.l.lllulu.fa.dtruu. -II. . 4
. """ Hl BHIVIlia UUTfl Wia BUI 1B.
ttura. wa txpttt aa orarnowlnir and brilliant au
a ViUtacc. Stfttt tan bt obtalatd at Metitrott't niuilt
'OoottlXOwri lUli. 7t trial tinlntmy Com-
r-; r "t yur tt wunns iati wrta inir
talraltit Mmpanrattraettd lartt crOHdt taeh
Blrkt. tO Wltnttl thtlr InlmltabU MltnminM and
I ' aauMdj tka atidltnet tack kltkt wtrt not onlr mant
t ilad!abutcntltaitwkoktd ntrtr vlilftd tkt
Caalarburr, many of whom tiprtMtd thtmatlrrt
aa afmlblr turpriird and ncttdlntlr dtllrbttd
with tha tuptrlor taltnt thtrt rahlblftd. To-nlf kt
balof poolUrtlr thttr latt nlht bill nil at tht
abota-oaaitd hall, tht proprietor! hnrailtttrtnlntd
that tkt ladltt thall hara an opportunltr of trtlnf
Haat luperb net, tht "Clpt j't If i" and It will b
MTforairdbrlha two beautiful arorltu, MUrei
: Julia Mortimer aad Katt rrnnortr. Mtnj other
srw and attraamtplttn will alto bt Inlroduord
,,ji,Tka jnanattrtwUl optn tht " Canterbury " on
"'Ntw laar'a Kva, tkt luprorturoti upon whlcJi,
when tomplrttd, wlU render It, without an txctp.
,tldo, tha unit UacnlSwnt mu.Io hall la America
. (mratarr, to-nl(kl wUI bt tkt latt olf M but ont
'tibw which our lady cltlirai will haa anoppor-
WainiaoTOa Valt-rirr-Ah Imtnentt bill of
aiiraoiroDitprtataitaatinu plaoa thlttTtnlna.
, Tka. araat Irltk rocallt! and comtdltnnt,, Mlu
.ainiata y ?ell, mitre htr Oral apptartm't la two
- iHf ! tharacttrt. , Tli bttuflful an4 talented
t KJIa Mtrlt Zot apptaVi for tht tn lime la tht
' Itflet of tht BtiitiieHrrr. A to, tka popular Den
'"Valaa1 rM ha it x M.i. ..,-.l.T .. .
tkt, treat conUt alof tr, It a new addition to tha
vumpanr, inr renovrnru A. . rirratkdtl ap
pttrt In two of hit brat pantomlmti. uouortrd hr
Moaa. aolloir, A. Qroul, and tht Lehman famllie
Tka famoui Ifudwortk Brotktrt ptrforrn In four of
rir wai Mcief wiin ointr noTriuri.
i IMticr Marrtai -Nathan" Thonptoa and .
f Dlcntr, Tlolatlnf hack Uwi fined !., br Juttlct
W, II. Root, drunk la atrtelj fined tM, br Jut.
. r:P- ""cannon, drunk in ttrteti Oonl 11x8, br
JiuUct Cltrtoo. ' '
. Jaa, K. Jonuon and Wm. Nlcholdton, dltordtrlri
Hu v, vj auailVM vtajioo,
-tArxandtr Bobberti.dl.orderlri held fxir a fur
thtr hrarlnf, by Juitlca Clayton.
"A. Woodward, Urornyi jail for court, br Juitlct
, Frad Mahontjr, dlionlcrlyi flatd l ea, by Juttlct
' . ,'" Murray, dltordtrlyi flneit f I, by Juitlct
' Thomat Rowt, dlicrdeilf fined (1, by Juttlct
Sralth. Joal MeLslo, 8rh Moore, v-
f. H. Jola. fcuckatermf without a Uccaiti flacd
f it vj-iUatiicv inumpioQ,
Urh;Ctok,Urcea)'tJil for covirt, bjr Justlot
-Una McDonld. drunk uul tlliorttrlirt turned
over to the military, by Juitlct ThompMon.
Jai. Buoklnghnni, dUordrlj coDduvti fined it.
l.afl lita.talaa "Tk A aaa fn a. a. aa W V r '
VW tUlliVa IIHIIUIIHIU,
. SumnPuru-.drunh and dliordcrlri fined AIM.
by JuiUe Walter.
f.j Beamta Ste rrln, farcenyt Jatl foe court, by Ju-
tl.lJ V.. . I. II t a k-. ..,-
; aHrtBcv;Bjriji ur vuuri uy juiiicc
Or. Tanner, aoeuory to ateallof a watch) held
to a heertaf , by Juitlce Walter. .
,Chai. Campbell, drunk and dUorderlyt fined it,
byJuitice Walter. , -, t '
Chaa. Aemler.mnideriJall for court, by JuitLc
Morrte Patten, Urceny and aiaault and battery)
jail Hfl VUHII, KJ llltWC I.UU,
Jotenh Gil ton, dliorderly) fined $5.91, b Justice
Fatrtdk, dlorderly fined 3W, trjuilke Fer
fUaon. Wm. Jonei, dliorderlji flued t. 81, by Juillce
ueo. Afoodr, dlMrderln eenrtty to Lerp the
Bernard Cooke, aiiault and battery tflned $1 H
bv Juatlbe Stratton.
Fe ter siiier, druokenneta) fined 1 W, by Juitlce
lwviJ FaAunutrnT Pauca Aancrr Uvtli
Falk haa twen Arretted by the pro ott marshal, for
laaulng and selling fraudulent jaee rrantlnc per
mlnloikto dlitVrent ierontf to carry Uquor acrou
therlrer. spender fc Co , and their clerke, have
also been arreatrd on the charge ofHirchatlnff the
amt, knowing thrin to he forged. He li aald to
haiiereceitedaahiRh aa flwi apiece for wime Df
AanEm for LAnrcHv. On S&lnrdftv Int. om.
eer Uureh arretted BfnJ. Sterrln on the charge of
ie.ia.Ku oniccr onieren, mm ocii.ine proper
ty of Seldaer k. C. The lamtvedarite arrevted
Bridget Klne, on the complaint of Sarah Dlnhon,
lor stealing a ahawl and tell The) weie both
taken before Juitlce Witter and committed tojall
Aurmtio ron DctcnTiox. Michael Mourn
and Thonui Cauler were arretted on Kiturdxy. by
Otn.er Wlchol and Frailer, of the Fourth ward, as
deaerlori Officer Mchol arretted Mourne In the
neighborhood of Swampoodle) the other wa ar
retted on Seventh itreet. They were both taken
before J tilth Walter, and by him turned o. er tu
tht military at the Central guardhouie,
Orrircni or the Gkamd Lodoc or Maiohi
Imitallcd AU the oltlccri of the Griud Unige of
Maaoni wre,on Saturdy, formally initalled,wlth
the exception of Mr. Page, tu9 grand matter elect,
who wu prevented from being present through In
dltpotltlon. A committee waa appointed tu atier
tloi. and report whenever hit returning health
Vk HI admit of the Imposing ceremony
Rcmimicitiic Fcitivai. of the )oungladlri
connected with Wesley Chapel, which commenurt
this evening In the teuton room of that church.
The reputation, of these ladles for rendering these
Eatherlngs so pleasant to all who attend, will, v, e
now, aecure lot them a large patronage.
Ntrstacnor Patunti iiTitr HoirtTAit Th
number of patients at present In the various ho
pltala la this city and Alaudria It 13.JU0.
Rev. Mr. St oc kt oi did not preach In the House
of Representative yetterdaj, and there was no
ten ice there,
Stok HoifitalU shortly to be converted Into
ane hotpltaLundertheihargeof Vr, Hutchln
OOiMU.'uiiiiui vuins rri'UaMiiuu, .
. V. Woi'KntD FxrcrTco Seven hundred kk and '
Urounded aoldlcrtare expected to arrii hereto
da from AquU crreh. ,
tit t laen wbwyre i at UMnaldeae of th
laWjNerWy ftf tb UUrlor on takur rav
lac latt, on (occaaton of tht) preeeatation to
thlt MftllN ftf UtIAMeeat ftUre attTt, a
ft teaumdftlal of maa hta Ut anocUte In
th Departrntat . Inrtth rattret ma th Cab.
tiapotvbowV and a larg aeJrtr .IUmIUIm
war bmI axouialtalr Aaaad. and nlsluv uii.
mtita.OnthflUrr wnrtlcd th fbftwt(
Utcrlptloni ' u ihl iw
- awiynftjiai ytvi r m-
i . lion, Cixvs M, same, w i
. -Wcretary of th Interior, .
During th Tnlnf Mt. Iiu rr Smith wa th
recipient ef tplendU nl4 wateh, lalaid with dla
mondt, with thitn Uaehed,asd a raluabit dia
mond ring, from th emnlore of thi Capitol
teatlon, at ft trihutaof their apprecUttoa: of her
k!ndnl tOth sick nnd tufllutiur Madura In this
city. . j t i '
, J h presentation of the (liref Mrvto waamad
br Henry K. Mlaee, Cm , of Vermonti arlerk la
the fenalon omee, aad that of tha. watch to Mra.
Smith by B. B. JTrtMh, F-q. LomuUtlonet of
Public BuUdlng. ' ' . tt ,
tin nntwt FCWJrvmiCW I UBUUXJJB BHUil-fl-r
quent term, and waa loudly applauded, Not bar
Ing epae to gtv th pA U full; which we re
gret, w ahall hare to contest ourtftlm with a few
extract merely. i,. ' i -
After extending hit Uankah Midi
Gentlemen, t oa her differed from th commbtt
feeling of telltth humanity In th generout out
Mrarlng of WftMUhlp whKh you hare manifested
lo-alght. Human 'aaturw Is "apt to turn it ey
mi wants ina fiMin eun. imra in asvoiion n
telfithne in olvred, whil th deteendlng lumW
nerlet that na below th horlion will aoon b
forgotten and utterly neglected.- X hare paed
through a Uf checkered by tome rleUaltudet.r It
haa been my lot to oocnpy dlfirent grade of polit
ical positions, but I har never wltnwaed any oe
atlon which haa made an lmDrattLoB unon m Ilka
that which I wltaeteed tht ercaing. , I har now
hv iuuTr fia.rvDKi w vniutTii uW H lOOCr
offlew or olumntc to glT.. I am powerWt a to
nv luogvr pafnngv id Dfiiov.l nav no longer
mmiu ou iu grnvur jour snnuoB,Di to aaaiai your
atplratlonii aad yet 1 find manifested hereto-night
Kgenaroue dartuoa which would b given to him
who had all th power, emolument and offleea of
th country at hit oommaad. (Apnlaute.1 It can
not b( then, that thla demonatraUon la on mad
from aclllthneaa or Interested motive It li not
mad In th npetatlon of ft return of official fa
vor. A few dayi hno. I will be aa powerleee aa
th most humble of you io naslat or aid la th grat
ification of amhltlout atptratloae. If there 1 any
thing which oaff affbrd a pur and unalloyed plea
ur to thoM who bar aervd th public, II la Ah
assurance that their aerTlce have: been apprecl
ftted th belief .that. their fellow-cltlzens, and
those with whom and for whom they har acted,
har recognlred In their endeavor a patriotic mo
tive and an ceraes dtilrf.lo irrt the country,
Applauw.) J v j
Gentlemen, I have been associated with joufor
a period vf now neatly two rearer and although It
ha bean my fortune to occiiprthc highest poiftlon
n.a,aUal (a.. t..l. iTV. 1 a
in vriiMiaaiii ui um lurriinre iu vw rrwgnuru
aa th chief and th head of that Department, ther
nu wfn no uouruunoi nil my otnciat oonnreuon
with you that I hat not recvgolied you aa my
peer. I Applause J t .
My friends, It It lyit a brief period In the history
of nations tlnee our population waa leu, than
three million, and yet w have now reached th
oloital uroportlont of more than thirty ipllllona.
Our territory has been extended, imt iower and
Importance had been Increased untU, before thla
unfortunate war begun, thla American Republic
nretented to the eves of th world a nation mora
iKHverfuI, more glorious, and mora magnificent
than waa Rome In the palmiest dav of her empire.
Mini i we aoauuoa an . rrooiirciiont oi in pntl I
Shall we give up all th bright hope that were
centered In the glorious history of our Republic 1
Aad for what but to fTatlfi the detlrra of IbrtMrn
nations 1 hlle the ttatetmen of England, and of
outer nanona in .uruut. woo are in lavor oi ine
recognition of the Southern Confederacy while
thevare lamenting the tacrlflceaof life, and ihi
lots of blood whicMhli war haa occatlonedfthe
tears which they shed ax but the tear of th croc
DOll. lAppiauae.j ,
lti It not aympaihyxwlth iuflrlng..humanlty
which called forth their tears. Lord Palmeraton
and hit mlnlttrv would Ihltdavice thlacouatrr
rlothed In blood, and tee the nagt of mourning
float over every house, with triumph and with
pleasure, M It would produce th deitructlon of
what thev regard at a hated rival. Applause.) It
tt their hatred for American people, their envy
of the great Republic of the West, their fears that
I hi., mlf hty nation will orerahadow the deanotlsm
of th tvrantt of Kurort, that have callfxi forth
these crocodile tear and produced the hypocriti
cal profession of sympathy.
And ) et, I lament, my friends, that w ar giving
encouragement to them by divisions among our-
viTra.uj m -iu. u h mrutti, aaaioua, ana
persistent eflort to sustain this great and glori
ous L'nlon. W afe th onlv Rcoublla unon
th fac of th earth that haa power and Im
portance si IB lent to chill the hearta of tyrant,
and to teacu lessons of human freedom, fap-
jiiu,i iu Hiiw lum ihiihiui iwanrr oi our
country, th atart and ttrlpea of th American
Union, shall trail In the duet, th latt hope of the
patriot will be deatroved, and despotism will reign
in uiLMtaui mtir vuv cuiiiiivni wmoa Wf
should Incvilcate, which we should cherish loour
heartr and teach to our children, and that la the
aenttment taught by that brav old patriot. Gen
eral -J action I " utr rrarrai lbioo, it mult ALU
ahall be preserved." (Applause.) No matter what
It eotta, no matter at what aacrlfloe, no matter at
what expente of blood and treasure. You and I
mir be called unon to sacrifice our lives and nur
property, but w must willingly yield them up, if
neeesaarrto leave to posterity tha rich legacy of
toia wrivui vuwui iiiui( j
I h ouid bold before) ou tneexample of Hamllcar,
when he led hla Infant ton HanalbAl to the altar,
and mad him swear eternal enmity to Rome, i
woold have tou on the altar ef our country to
twear eternal fidelity and derotlon to the Union.
When we are animated by that spirit, and com
forward on our country' altar with our hearta In
spired by that patriot lo devotion which will
prompt ua to any aacrlflce that may b required,
then we can look forward to a restored ' Union ana
relnvigorated Constitution, and behold a happy
and prosperous people. W must have that re
sult. I tell you not to lay the flattering unction
to your loult that ther can b peace on this con
tinent with ft dlnerered country. Without thlt
there van b no peace on thla continent, no preter
t atton of the Union of the Mates. Terrible at our
trial hare been, I would sutler them twenty
years for a generation, rather than tee one ttar
torn from the flag of my country, one hist to b
taken from our glorious confederation.
Gentlemen, 1 have been CAlled to a different field
of action. My atiotlatlon with j ou hat been pleas
ant, and the onlr ferret I feel (a that I have been
unable to do thai for you which the Impuleeeof
m) nean navr 'rumiicu 1111 iuuu 1 snow, gen
tlemen, there ar many among you who think you
uaerv more than you have received aa employees
of the Interior Department, but If I had on heart
telt with ttronger thAn all others, It hat been ao
earnest desire for th power to gratify thuae
whose merits recommended them at fit tubjectt
for promotion. But there hat been a limit to ray
capacity, to my power, and I hav turned with
tear In ur evet from the appeal of tuch for an lm
nrn.ement of their condition, when 1 fell that In.
exorable neietstty- deprived tee of the power of
KraillJlUff, iuir iviauca.
loan only aa), In conclusion, that I leave von
with a heart overflowing with affection and with
gratitude) and 1 tender ) ou now a cordial farewell,
with an earnest prajrr for the happiness, th
health, and the prosperity of every man connected
with the Interior Department. r..nnot omit to
lay that I have been roost deeply Impressed with
the klndnett and consideration which hat prompted
the tribute to Mri. Smith. 1 hat heart It Indeed In
sensible which cannot lympathlze with the sous
who tuficr and tvbo arelanguUhlngonbedtof slok
nett or from fettering wounds caused by the rebelt
who are atlemptlug to destroy our glorious Got
eminent," I cannot claim for her mora than Is due
others who have endeavored to alleviate their mis
fortunes and svmDAthlxe v, Ith them In their sutler.
Inge. The) hav e done no more than humanity re-
It It the ditt) of all t rtllev e them at far at pot
title. Ther are happv , fortunate, who are able to
discharge their duty to the country by ministering
to the wants of the hr are patriots who endanreral
their lit ei. and, vv tthout belnrf called upon, to ex-
pote ineir nrentis 10 ine nuiieit 01 ine enemy, ana
to the murderous attackt which they have been
called upon to encounter. I believe Mre.e.mlth has
been actuated b) feelings of humanlt) In minister
ing to the wants of the 1 uttering soldiers, and I
know she will treasure thlt token of your regard In
At the conclusion of thla addrest, thekuest t n ere
Inv lied Into an adjoining room, where ? bountiful
repatt wat tpread belore them.
ScRVtrcaor Rev. Dn. Smith durino the Pa it
Year pr. Smith, pastor of the tourth Presby
terian church, prior to the commencement of hit
discount yesterday morning, cottoned a few
si ai lines witn rcicrnc 10 me-iuaiciary square
hospital. During the past nine months ther
hav been received fil$ patients, who, in connec
tion with those In the ourth Pretbjtarlan church
hospital, have been under hit exclusive minle
terUl care. Dr. Smith, notwithstanding thlt
numerous charge, and the fact of holding eleven
srrrleei per week, hat never failed to meet hit
pulpit engagements, or visit cacIi family of his
tongregatlon Ihre times during th past, ar in
In this connection, w cannot forbear calling
attention to th fact, that during th early stage
of the rebellion, when all was anxiety and appre
hension In thlt clt), and the secession feeling
teemed to predominate, Dr. Smith wtt the first to
rait hit voice In the pulpit In denunciation of
thlt Infamous rebellion, and tubtequently to otter
hit trrv Ices to the Govemuieut In a ministerial
caparllv. So powerful and ettectlv wat thla de
nunciation that it broufht forth strong and bitter
eaecratlont from thou who t) mpathlied with th
rebellion, and wai th cause of great numbers
dlssolv log their connection with the church, Dr.
Smith w at not. howev er, twerv ed from hit path of
duty, and continued not only by speech to oppose
the rebellion, but labored most earnestly In every
way to tta Its progress. Many a tutterlng patriot
will bear testimony to hlsAinremlttlng xeal In
their behalf up to the present moment. In these
labors Dr. Smllh hat alwaya received th active
co-operation of hit wife, whose tenlcei have
prov ed most valuable.
Tne nrnaovrntVH rntrurtis vrrrnnnt In aalnn
lait Friday night, n quorum of neither Bosid being
RtT. Da. Cnxvt't titiioitJLlur. Twd.aa-
nlng prschd rMterdsy mamlnjg, to ft Irraod
tor, In th ftsnato Chamber. Hi tent wa found
In Isaiah xxvl1tHdt Cr let Mm tak hold tf
my strength, that he may mak pen with met
mw piaiata mtw, , rrm mwii vault
thMii thfttot of 1m to th root) tarsal
sasUfbtoasom ad bvM ndI th foM & wotU
wnnmuc." Aaaagami njinHinaii "Anaut
fruit of rlghtouos i own U pee, of thm
pjnrldfh fts4d,a nver bel wttneted
ucn paisay-yresi, aaieie wiia
rriui eonsBBBBjB mm naa SaSBBBaiareu vj
ma tMftma Just clVHW in our
Ikrooshaut land. Thar aloouanc of
word wu inadequate to th aentlnventt Inspired
by thlt proepett. Her ahon forth, with peculiar
ipfondor. th great prtec.pl of remiblltaaJanv-dU-recard
of all eaate and n fusion of human sympa
thus and advantaf in on eorauon brotherboVf
Here, too, wsaeiith nndtagulicd beauty of fe
male character, nntarntalMd by tha petty prejudice
of locietrj loothlng.wlth horn visions, th ftvered
oui 01 ins ay tog tuKuer, or nearaemngioinecries
Of hi desolate onihana, 'Tulvltwaa m. son trait.
drMdful yet glorious, to ith happy days of old.
twihwui iBUMa rrjaivau m idij. uwuii it
thould never endi but their hearts had become orsr-
grown with th ranknee of artlttclal wants their
Judgments ptrrarted with faHs- notion of gain)
and aa a consequence, th iprlng of their liberties
waa taai iosuis n
wa fAtt lot ins Its nurltr. Now. although
DasMdiWlth almoat unorsaadented horrors. thtv
had shown n lubllmlty of purpose, ft eonoordof ftc
tloDIVrilllty of rcSourc- which aarth has never
wan aaiorff ana wnwit, ur trvm '
ivtnslAf th wak
. hat but prorad th mighty vigor
rigor inMnnt U
priUUIUHOBl. T -,., , ( ,'
Th preacher proceeded to tpeCfff th chief au
mwnoi iniajreai aaiioaai tragsay, sou acciarea
fthlarreat national trarsdr. a
negro slavery to b th great rot that layaappteg
th vitals of our freedom, and abhorred any eoa-
rroaaltendlntftopcrpetuatetbvlL .Some have
bought that slavery wa already dead but It were
Absurd to to suppose, whil th Immense force
which defended it still remained unvanqulthed, and
waa laying low o many of our brav cititen. H
hoped, however, that er1 another Christmas our
legions thould iwesp triumphant over th aaata of
.ca nwufao, )! j
lUV.AVtlU.!. m Wf Aaa. ft..i11a.a aa aaLla.
Kirnvifc.aanih .'li. iiiiaia Mumtitrj. uiruif-
worker, la building a three-story brick building on
on Corner of his lot, nesr t he corner of G and Nine
teenth atreeta. Th bulMtogwlll b occupied by
Joseph Rustel a. Co., aa a restaurant. Th work la
being performed by Mr Chapman (mason) and oth
er in n substantial manner,
vu uis same corner, in in equsr aujoining itnn
ylvanla avenue, ft wooden building la lnprocea
of erection, for th Ut of Hlbernla steam Fire
Company, aa an engine home. The building will
be a commodUraa on for that purpose.
1 1 1
AnnrsTronSTKAURaai Watch. On Saturday
night last, Officers Fust and Morris, of th Fourth
ward, arretted a man fy th nam of Dr. Tanner on
th chars of steal far a watch and chain, tha rtmn.
rty of Henry Curtlt. It teems th parlies were In
nvi'aiDs- miRuxani si me iime, on in corner 01
Math itreet and Pennsylvania avenue, and while
there, Curtlt lott hit property and accused Tanner
ofateelinglt. He was arrested as stated above,
taken before Juitic Walter, and no penon appear
ing agalott htm, he wa discharged.
..... m an
Fait Ri 01 so. Last night about 7 oVloek, three
rowdies were teen drirlng down Seventh itreet
with th hore upon a full gallop. Just aith
team wat patting H atreet Officer Waller, of th
Fourth ward, attempted to atop them, but did not
succeed. Ther drove oa at a fearful rate down
Seventh atreet, endangering th Urea of clt liens,
and wnen near the corner of : atreet they ctme
near running over a man who wat crowing the
street at the lime. These part let are known and
will aoon be arretted and brought to Justice.
Cheiahaieand Ohio Canai- The following
boat arrived at Georgetown since our lattt s. F.
iTuuait.wneai, eio. m j. null. wood) a. t. Snouf-
v,, -hb, -jii.( aula sinn, ( ioua cvaii tonn
Vanlear, 130 tout eoali Safety Clark, US tons coal
J. A. kroone, 109 tons eoali F. Tempi, Amer. Coal
The follow In departed 1 ft. ft Trundle, M. J, Hull,
. a, Bnuuiirr. iuu aaran avd.
Row. Latt evening about 7 o'clock a row oc
curred on Seventh atreet, between tome whit men
and negroes, in wbUhoneof the negroea was te-
vsrciy tiaouca in me icn tnouiaer ny tome person
unknown. Officer Frailer, of th Fourth ward,
wa called and Immediately proceeded to the tpot,
but was unable to discover, the person who com
mitted the act,
RoaBERv, Saturday morning latt ft very valu
able quilt wat stolen from the clothe lift of Mrt
Bradley, ft washerwoman, in Bates Alley, by tome
thief or thlerea. Our city ha been Inrested by
this class of thieves for a long time, and aome
meaturet thould be taken by the proper authori
ties to rid th city of them.
I IM I
MARaiAOti on trk t-cmtE la a few prelim
inary remark, yesterday uornlag, the Rev. Dr.
Smith atated that the number of persons married
by him within th patt year wat double that of any
previous j ear, with th exception of one. whloh
waa a long w hll back.
Diitharoc or DitAittoSoLOiERi Vme 100
auaniea eoidiertwer yetteruty discharged from
th different hospitals.
Bahkixo Rate. The following are the rates
at which banker and brokers aro buying and
aelllnff gold and iUtci tho legal tender note
being the ttandardt
Gold . SO per 0, rrcm. S3 per c. nrcm.
Bllfer -. 23 " 25 "
Demand notes 23 " M "
Danksof ltiuetn Wathlnirton and George
Batik of Metropolli, Farmers and Merit's
uanK or wasniogtou. Bank".
Patriotic Bank, Bank of Commcrre.
Farm's A Merrb's B'nk.
Attiitiox( AFrtiCTgnl Dr. Vellny la yet
encaged In an extentlve practice In this cltr.
and we would call the attention of tho poor,
puny, emaciated victims of their own tint to
tho beat loarcct of remedy.. First, give np your
present course ofllfettoncfi and forever and
secondly, call on the most skilful physicians,
(and none tre better than Pr, Vellny,) and be
cured of the dltaae wkltli Is now undermin
ing yonr constltntloos and sending yon to a pre
Goto Whitcmurit. 4U Fenatjlvanla avenue,
to obtain tunerlor Likenesses at reduced nrii.
St- bam iiutiii, (urwivii aoju ai ao imt uoren.
..III. a .1 atJ. k. I. !.'- . T. A-.
tl. .t v I .a.. . a.l j .1.1 .
sui-erlor artist for that branch of buslnett. Like
nesses of many of thoae fallen In battl can be ob
tained hem also card photographs of prominent
men, both clrll end military. nov 21 lm
India Rdsscr Ooodi. It It not necessary for
Mr. H. A. HALL to enumerate the different ait leu
and kinds or Rubber and Cutta Fcrcha manufac
turers cooila he keeps (he hat them All)onhand
and a glance Into the beautiful store or Hit of priori
glv en by hit at teudantt, will oonvlnce any one that
his establishment It really the onh Mta KuUxr
II arthoute. and It located at 310 Penmylv ante av e
nue, next door to Aleiin. Harr te Milcheirs Drv
Goods warehouse, between Ninth and Tenth
ttrreti. dtcS tf
A Word or Adviie. Thosa who have heen
doctoring for weeks and months without obtaining
reuei, ui.uiu cootuu ur, 1-tinman, wnote omce is
At No. 431 K street, corner of Klghth street, And be
radlCAllv cured. Twentv-flve rears exoerlence has
established Dr. Flshblaft'a reputation at aphtl
clan. Recent cases cured In a few days. Charges
moderate. DR. FISHpLAlT.
No. ui : itreet, cornerorFlghth,
Opposite the General Fott Offlc.
India Rtraatn Goo di, The pln.ee to buy your
RUBBER COATS, LKGtJINfl, CAMP DLANKl.TS,
1UVKLOCKS, 1UK11SACK8, and every article
made from INDIl HUBUH, Is at H. A.HALL'S
India Rubber Warehouse, wliere jou can obtain
UwiitAt manufacturers prices, sio FennsylvanlA
avenue, between Ninth and Truth streets, oclti
India Ruaarn Boots and shoes The above
articles are told (heaver at H. A. IIALL'1 India
Rubber W a rehouse, lib Pennsylvania avenue, than
At any other store tu thlt city or vicinity. This I
0. Call and 1 all if) yourselves, 3IU Penntylvanla
avenue, 110 iiU
Dciirasie India RuasER Goods Mr. II. A.
Hall has Just received a lot of UMcert Long aud
Uchtdull tmished Costs 1 alio, dull Bnlihed Pon
chos, extra large tlzett fclto, a lot of blue English
TalmAt, very loor, At 910 each which he It telling
At mAnufaoturert'prlcet, at hla India Rubber Ware
house, no Pennsylvania avenue, between Ninth
and Tenth streets. ot ST tf
Georgetowu Blarlue f.lst,
S.hrs J. C. Calhoun, Murcb, Uoiton, merchandliaf
IV Aihlngten. Bodlne, Slaten Island, men. handlist
I'wiiuu, -lAiKion, new lorn, n.rrwinm..se junu
Cadwalader, Clav'ton, Philadelphia, coal for Gor
ernmentt Loult Clark, Strttor. Philadelphia, coal
for Government) barge Young America, Houghton,
PhlladelphlA, coal for Government; boat Jonn P.
McDevttt, MeDevltt, Philadelphia, voal for Govern
(khrs Heroine, Champllo, New London, Conn ,
ooalj Charles A. Htcksher, itutti, New ork,
wu sAiurui., fcrtrriuif-rr -iiii, ai uhi iv ) hi , fin.
May E. Choiion. wif of Dr, H. J. Croiaon, after a
brief and severe Illness.
Her frlendt and acquaintances are retpectfully
nv Ited to attend her funeral, which will take place
.romNo 637 H street, between Sixth and Seventh
atrceti, at 10 o'clock en TuciJay morning next,
rrmmtwM Fin gnm at GmaRyf-
Nmlee, Interest on all premium not siren for
Klictes will bo due Sod bftyaM at th ode ef th
mpaay on MOHDAT,Diar ,!. if not
paid at or befbrw that Vmmlm poller will b
1 . t ficrtary.
TtrolTDlY KVKHtNO, Dee. 9tu 196.
. ,J AM K K. MVRDOOII,
Hovir or RtrariMTATiriEi or the V. fl.
Th proceed to b appropriated br th fitat
Attoetetions for th relief of our
SICK AND WOUNDED SOLDIERS.
raoJRAMMi rAhT t
Poem Building of the Shte Longfellow,
electloaa from th Tragedy of Hamlet
In DUlogu and Soliloquy Shakespeare.
Fom Drutlnr- a . T. Buchanan Read.
Ancient and Modern GreeceExtract
from th Poem of th Giaour Byron.
Ballad On Board th Cumberland 1 or,.
Th Fight with the Merrlmae Geo; It. Boker.
. r PAUT II.
War Lyric The Star aad Stripe
Franci d Haci Janvier.
ThRItlng,(ITTJor, Th Patriot Par
eon Extract from th nw roesn.th
- Wagoner of th Atlennlas T. Buchanan Read.
The Ught Brlgadetor,The Charge of th
MMx Hundred" at BAlaklara- Tennyson.
Select tons from th Tragedy 6f Julius
Ctstsr, embracing Mark Antony' Soli
loquy over Crsar't Body In th Capi
tol, and the Funeral Oration In th
Forum . Shakespeare.
Th Oatha-Hf Hamlet 1 "Swear by ray Bword."
GhoatiKSwear.') - a Shakespeare
A POETIC INVOCATION TO PATRIOTISM.
Reading to commence at 8 o'clock.
Tickets of admission, price Fifty Centti to b had
at the hotels and book itoret.
B , T . 1 8 tt O X .
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTFRI.
They purify, strengthen, and invigorate.
They creat a healthy appetite.
They ar sn antidote to chance of water and dirt.
They overcome effects of dlaalpAtlon and late
Theyetrengthenthaiyitem and enliven the mind
They prevent mlatmatlo and Intermittent rev ait.
Thy purify thabreathaadatidtty of thtomath.
They cure Dyspasia and Constipation.
They cure DurrhcM, Cholera, and Cholera Mor
bus. They core Liver Complaint and Nervous Head
ache. They are th best Blttrrs In the world. They
make th weak man atronr, and ar exhausted
nature's great restorer. Tbey are made of pure
St. Croix Rum, the celebrated Calliaya Bark, roots
and herbt, and are taken with th pleaturcof a
beverage, without regard to ar or time of day.
Particularly recommended to del I cat pertont re
quiring a gentl stimulant, gold by all Groceri,
frugglstt. Hotels, and Saloons, p. H DRAKE h.
CO , K Broad war. New York. te 2o-m
O-The LAdletofAVetley Chapel pro pos
holding a FESTIVAL In tha Lecture Room of th
Chutch, corner of Fifth and F ttreett, commencing
on Monday evening, December 29th. Th public
are retpeci fully Invited to attend.
Ticket, admitting a gentleman and lady during
the Festival. U rents, to be had at fihenhenl'a Bnnk
ore, corner of Seventh and D, and at the door of
invenurcn. ace 71 01
Er-NOTICB-ComOneI Come AlllTh
exhibition of Fleteher Chanel Sabbath achnnt will
take place at McKendree Chapel, situated on Mas-
tacnuaeiTa Avenue, neiween runm anu lenin tit ,
p.m. Doors open at K o'clock. Admittance for
adults, 25 cent 11 children, 10 cents.
13" The Great Pemairl vnnln nont-Th
Julckett and tafett rout to the Northwest and
outhwett. TwothroughtratnidAlIy, and on on
Sunday. Soldier' tlokett at Government ratea to
all the principal point 1 in the North and West.
For tickets and further Information apply at the of
fioeof th "Great Pennsylvania Route." northeast
corner Pennsylvania avenue and Sixth atreet, un
der National Hotel. Office open from 7 a. m. to
p. m ion Sundayt 3 te 4 p. m.
F. O. NORTON,
aug f Agent.
connecting at Washington Junction with Mall
Train for all parte of the Wett via Wheeling or
Parkeriburg. Through tlckett sold and barrage
checked. W. P. SMITH,
M. of Transportation 11. It O. R. ft.
KT'AVeston' Progress of RlnTrr Copies
of this work are for tali At t he office of the National
Republican. Pamphlet edition, 3d cents. Bound
edition, 7o cnti.
tr-Datchelor'a Hair Dye Th Dest In
th World. William A. Balchelor't celebrated
Hair Dye produce a color not to be distinguished
from nature) warranted not to injure Hair In tlie
leastiremedies the IH-efictt of bad dvet, and Invig
orates the Hair for life. GRFY, RED, or Rl'STV
II.IDI.al..lltu.... al..,llJ nia.L .. tu.
leaving the hair toft and beautiful. Sold by alii
Druggists, Juj. "1
Cr- The genu Ine It tlgned WM. A. B ATCHFLOR,
on the four sides of each box. t
Factory. No. 81 Barclay street, (Late 333 Broad
way and it Bond,) New York. mytt ly I
WANTEDA HOUfiE,furnlshed or unfurnish
ed, on th north side of Pennsylvania Ave
nue, between Fourth end Twentieth ttreett, with
from tlx to fourteen moms, at a reasonable rent.
A first class tenant can be secured Please address
"0. a," Box cos, Pott Office. dec 37 3w
WANTED -A GIRL to do th general house
work of a family of three grown persons.
Apply at W. L. Wall fc Co't , corner Penntvlranla
nvruuc ruu muni Birrri, ticc v
HOUBF WANTKO, If pottlble. In the central
part of the cltr from about Six to Twelve
Rooms. A fair rent will be paid, and the best of
tenanti can be secured. References given If re
quired. Pleate addrett MP. O. box 68u.,( de3lw
AtrxANiiai. Va , Dec. 17. 16C7.
WANTED I WAKTKD I-KM) Fxperlrn.ed
CARPFNTERS for the ilu arter matter's De
(isrtment at Alexandria, Mrgfnla. Applications
o be made to Mr. J. Doughert) , fHiperlntendent, at
this depot. C. B. KFRGriON,
dec it lin Captain A. 14 M,U s Army
WANTEDFlve Hundred good, sober, and
experienced TKAMST? R for the (lusrter
mattter't Department In thlt clt),
ApphtoC H Snow, GeneraMuperlntrndrnt,at
thlsottlce. J.J IUNA,
de 13 lm Cnpt and A Q M , V. S Army,
WANTED. Ladlri and gentlemen to cnmiilt
La olslne, a descentlant of Aatrologlit to
Napoleon the Great, on all Atfnlrt of llle, at 411
Flrvrnth street. Dlieases examined and t,ursltn
a few sittings. dec a
WANTED -it the New York Finplounent
Agency Office, No fill Ninth street, ucar
and Colored GIRLS, with good references, as Cooki,
Chambermaids, Laundresses, altreaset, Nurses,
and Seamstresses Also, voung Colored Men, to
wait on tablet in Private Families or llotcli. Also
wanted, houses Immedlatelv , with or without fur
niture, .-luuloieriln want of good help, will find
It to their adi a nt age to call,
may&i tf N. H MILLFR.
WANTED. For a gentleman and hltwlfe.a
Double Parlor, vv Ith llrtt-clai furnltute and
board, Pdce not ao much a consideration 01 0 nice
1 he bett city reference given and required Ad
drett Banker," at th Llty Post Office,
vj?ir CAxrxnnvnr mu
wm. ie nc-orcim
AVetlucMlay, Nrir Year. Uw,
riHE CONFESSIONS AND
Publlthtdfor the arirriT and aa a warning and
A CAUTION TO YOUNG MFN
who sutler from Spermatorrhea, Nerv ous Debility,
Premature Decay, ete , tuppMng, At the taaic
time, TIIK MEANS OF 8LFCUlth B) one who
has cured himself. After being put to great expense
and Injury through medical humbug and quackery
B) enclosing a post paid addressed envelope,
tingle coplet may Iw had of the author.
NATHANIEL MAIFA1H, FiQ
nov 3-d3mlf Bedford, Klnga Co , N. V.
. NSW OAXTSRM'JtY HALL
WILL ht RK-OFEf EP
1 AVcdnetlyf New Year' Eve.
j -7A ft T K II N PRODUCE.
3W0 do ...... Potatoet,
too do Turnips,
u0 do ...... Cider,
8 tout ermont Butter,
In store, and landlnr, by
L all H av ill
I dec 35-dtf
near Baltimore Depot
T JT. O. M.StjntB IvCaillulbkMn.
JOLD aoOKH AT fUBUC At'CT10H.-Oa
CHTDAT XVEmifa.1 llaaar. aM.laaa. am,.
laavaarat ax ele.ii.w. .hViraaaL'naTia.ari
oorollh. Auotloa Koaaa laraaaWafOlil
Book., aamnnlattoa of mom tlaifc a inkrM
Mi cltr, aow dwtlala( tk. boilaM.. Will M
old noailln, aa. eoatlna. Mk .rrataf uasl all
I. C MaODIHEkCO.
aJ-dt, ... . Aattioanra.
BY 4N O. M .OUntB at CO- IHUawn,
rsKMirToM rttLKor nlw aoon skit.
A BLEFOMIIOUDAV PRESENTS aTUKMDKY
EVENINO, Dacanlarr wtk. Mmauada, at half
pan o'eloakj r. .hall aelL on tha Orat loor of taa
Auriioa Mooms, anout soo roiumaa or aaaoaoma
Bound Book,, anltabla for rraarnta duru, taa
Hollaar, con.Utla, of
Annual, and Album., Souvenir.,
Po-trr, llutorlai, Chnttmai Talaa.
Blbln, PrtTrr Book.,kt.
1. C. MeOUtRE It Ctt,
dee M Auetloaeer
r W. t. WAU CO, Aulluttn.
Lpnur or rtmn. avraar aa. Afara ar , anoa tw,
, cxrcxsirc sale
BllITABLK FOB noUDAT OIFTB,
On TUFJDAT MORNING, December Kth, rom
menclna at o'clock, at our Auction Hooma. eon.
tlnulnf until all aredlrpowd of, the atock of aa lm
FROM NEW YORK,
all manufactured In th very bett and rlchett man
ner, and warranted 1m from moth, and
aa reprctcnted, conilitlng of
Real Royal Frmlnet,
Hudton Bay sablst.
Rock Marten, Ao,
A very extenttr ataortmentof valuable
GENTLEMEN'S FUR MUFFLERS and GLOVrs.
Waretpect folly call the attention of the pnblle
to thla stock of elegant Fura and Robes, mad up
by one of the best7 manufacturer of Broadway,
New lork, for retail trade,and to be cold for cash.
TV W. f,. AVAf.L, CO.. Anetlsneera.
J QOVLHiSMENT SALE OF LOUDLMNED
SUBSISTLSCE STORRSkt Al rriOW.-On TUFS-
ijav rauHiAu.iuTn uecemier, iBin.atioo'ciocE,
we will cell, In front of the Auction Rooms, a lot
of Condemned Subsistence Stores, conilitlng of
so. Barrels Pork.
314 bblt. Salt Beef.
70 lbs. Flour.
8C7 fci. Orceo Coffee.
38 ibt. Spin peat.
784 fcl Rio
I bbl. Beef Tongnes.
9 buthelt Onions.
33 rait. Molaitet.
W Kt Hard Bread
Terms cash, In Government Fundi.
By order of Lieut. JOHN CUJSACK.
A. Q. M. V. S. A.
W, L. WALL h. CO ,
de 31 (Star Auctioneers.
TiT XV fa. WALL At. Ci la-UaaMri.
Jj BATH ItOVbE ASD FiXTVRLS AT AVV.
TO.V By virtu tf a deed of -trt.it mad by Chal-
au, inruHiu v-u.. wr ma uencot OI UlSCrMUIOn
nfaal.l D.M I ulll n. K1ta n a . aiUI. ,....-. ..
v. .aid a. .Hi, nutf vu a vw.mji , WIU 1UIIB1. n
13 o'clock M , on the premises, expose to public
tale, to the hlgbett bidder, for cash, that well-
known m aDiiinuirn 1, ine metropolitan Mint,
contain Inr If Iron Bath-tubs (ranor andahouer..
3 Boilers, bll-cloth on the floor, Matt lag and rar-
pcuus, v iiik AnDM.iiKin, aoien ioweit, 14 Mir
ror, 14 Combt and Bruthet, 14 SoapDlthet, II
Fleth Bruthet, Gat Fixture, 8 Muslin Curtalat,
Walnut Detk. Lounae.andmanrother articles tnn
numerous to mention, together with the lease of
The tale otferi an inducement to persons wlthlng
to eng ago In thlt butlnctt, which recommend! it
to their etpeclal attention.
s. s. WILLIAMS, Trustee.
On D, bet, Flcv enth and Twelfth ttreett,
jutt next to the Htar Office.
W. L. WALL fc CO,
deo7l I War Auctioneers.
BV J. C. UeGUIIlK CO.. Auctioneers.
CHOlCk. BV1LDISQ LOT W JJ.fTJAO
Ot FtCE SQVARE AT AlCTlOtt. On MONDAY
AFTE RNOON, th fith of January, at half past four
o'clock, w shall tell. At Auction, on of the most
desirable Lots In Printing Office Squares tatd Lot
fronting 33 feet 4 Inches on First tlreet wett, end
running back ISO feet 4 Inches to a 3ufeet Alley,
being the second Lot In the tquar from the corner
of H and First ttreett wett. And aituated nearly In
front of the realdeae of th lata Senator Douglaa.
Since th purchase of the Printing Office by the
Gov ernment, this section of Washington has rapid
1) Improv ed, and no more desirable opportunity for
Improvement or Investment can b found In the
A thirty-feet allej runt through the square from
eait to wett, In th rear of tha lott fronting Flnt
Terms 1500 caih; the balance In tlx and twelve
montht, tecured by deed of trust on the property.
J AS. C. MrGUIRF. k C&,
dec 33 tJt Auctioneer!.
NSW CANTERBURY JUll
WILL BI IlF-OPE NEI.
Weiloestlay, New Year Bve,
rM INVENTORS AND PATENTEES.
MUNM fc CO, nroprletortof Oie Scientific Amer
ican, and agentt for procuring American and For
With Sixteen Yean erper tenet in tMJJutlneu.
Refer to Hon. Judge Maioo, Hon. Joseph Holt,
Hon. W. D. Bishop, ex-Tom m I sslonert ofPatentt,
and to more than fifteen thousand Inventors who
have had butlneit done through Munn &. Co.'t Pa-
Pamphlet of advhe tent free by mall.
I Patent Laws And Regulations, too pagea, 38 ctntt,
Nu charge for consultation, orally or by mall.
I Preliminary Examination in United itatet Pa
tent Office, gs.
I Olflces, So. 37 Park Row, Ntwlork Washing,
too, corner of F And seventh ttreett, opposite the
Patent Office. mar 14 mlf
.VJT1T OANTSJiRUJlT niLL
I n iu.se hs-oplsid
, Vsduetday, New Yenr'a Ere.
IaJ Of No. 431, corner of Eighth and E ttreett,
Oppoilte the General rott Office,
Can be consulted on RHLl.V iTIC AFFECTIONS,
,(QSSVMiTIQ, LHEHC(mPLAtSii CHROSIC
l ArFrVTIO.W, as wellasallDlseasesof Imprudence.
1 of whatever character, and which may be declared
Incurable hj other phyilclaus. He engages to make
id immrtiiaie cure.
I rum hit leniEthvnrat.tIoe In the science of tnAl.
elite, he It enabled to offer himself to the public ai
Wing the only one In Washington capable of afford
ing speed) rcllrf. All laici curable will be guaran
tied. He warrants a cure without the use of mer
cury or any other dangerous medicine. Reieulcnies
cured in two or three Ua)
N B Letters Addressed to Dr. F, at hti office. No,
431, corner of llghtl. and I. streets, opposite Gen
eral Poit Office, will recelv e Immediate Attention.
00 J y
nsw vAxrritntrjtY mu.
VV It L BE Itl.-0PE.NE1
IVeiluetday, New lfii'i Eve,
I T UMT. Onornboutthe33dofDecembert among
1 Xi others, a bote drav.nl) 1 Yommel, to the
I order of Andrew Lutz, for 2SU00, iiavaMe eight
ua, a niicr tiair, nnti mir aiHiut i n -jt ui ueceutbCTi
Sitid note was over due and not protested when
lost. The maker of the note itreiers the nrnttiiLtlnu
of the note beloie pavmeut The flutfer will be
ultaMv rewarded bv feav Inr said note with & s
umlauts, )sn, , at hit law omce, corner Four-Ami-
ATiau ami l. ttreett, vvasnincion V-ltr, or to
D street, near lev enth street,
dj 37 3awtw
.VJ?ir CANTERBURY HALL
WILL BE ItE-OPENSD
Weducaday, New Yenr'a Ew.
pOA I.l CO ALU
A LARGE and complete aitortment ot all kinds
of COAL, delivered free from tlatc, dirt and other
Kt 3,310 lbt. to the ton.
EXCILSIOR FIRE KINDLINGS r
A box rontalnluglli square. One touare will
kindle a vv ood or charcoal fire, burning from eight
to ten mlnutet, bring the best article In the market
for building firet WM M 0 ALT,
No.sftlPa av ,htw, llth aadl?thiti,
NSW CANTERBURY HALL
WILL BE HE-OPENED
AVe.luft.ln)', New .tir'i Eve.
SMITH A 11KAI.T., Nu. 30 1 SEVENTH
St reel, between I and K ttreett, lithe Cheapest
Clothing Houtelntown. Try them,
nov 31 dljAQil
sew cAXTKitnrnr mu
ttILL BE RE)PrhEP
W.ilneadaf, Ktiv Year'e Etc,
?lnrnU ieraw, S.rT WffUrit' Hotel,
Leonard Grover Manager.
'" THlW jMOWBAVirEVWHWl
Will b prMwt4. for tho
" V 1 A4 1 1Hii
TM Grtat Rvtdart Comedy 'fJWv SngtUS
Richard Bdaaley tOtefldan1 ArontH Comlt Hay.
entitled th ...
lOHOOf. FOR SCI A WD At.,
ICllOOh FOR lOARbib ,
school run mcavbal;
First appear of th popular actor,
,MR. A, H.-OAVKNPOBT.
Appearance in It full strength of th
AUOUSNTSD COMEDY CONGRESS.
Oat c tht "moot for Scandal
A. IL Davenport at - - - Charles Surface.
Charles Barron ee - Joseph Surface.
Ben Rogers a ) sir Peter Tessl.
W. Bok a a st Sir Oliver Suifae.
D. StbU . . - a as a Crsbtre.
J.L.Iwrrtt f at.- - Sir BenJ. Backbit.
H. CllflOrd a.aa . a... MOe.
T. H. Wsmya at '- . Cart lest,
lLMtDouaU a st - Rowley.
K. S. Tarr aa u ... t Trip.
f, A. Kennedy as - a Soaks.
B. M. Adams !' Xbram.
Xat Denln aa. t - a - Lady Tusl.
Lotty Hough . at LadrSnerwIl.
Mr. Germon at ... hire. Candor.
Itabell Freeman - Maria.
Seven years ago, a congregation of th moat emi
nent comedian of that day represented th earn
play as that of thla evening. Among the
name wr M. IL Plselde, Mr, J. E. Murdoch. Mr.
James Wallack, Mr, A. II. Davenport. Mr. Edwin
A dam 1, Mr. J. B. Howe, Mlit Lint Wettoo, and
Mra. O. C. Germon. Th price of ndmlttlon ar
a singular euntraat with thot of th preKnt timet
they wr ranging from $1 to
ON ONE NIGHT ONLV,
During th pretent week, will b performed, for
th latt time, '
FAUYRETTEt OR, TITS AVALANCHE,
V ith all its magnificent Scenery, Music, he.
Will also be prodnced. oir kionT onlt, th x
qulllt Comedy of EVER BODT'S FRIEND
S3" In actlr preparation, awl will shortly be
by Mr. A. Casicdt. which ha been tereral weekt
In preparation, and entitled v
FANTINE. OR THE FATE OF A GRIZETTE,
Drama tiled from Victor Hugo' tuperb Romance,
RATES OF ADUIIIIOlft
Private boxea. Sf Drett Circle, ct 1 Oreheitra
Chairs. 14 ctt j Family Circle, 34 eta.) Colored Gal
lery, 38 ctt 1 Colored Parterre, 80 ctt.
Seata may b teuredfrom to O'clock a. m to 6
o'clock p. m., without txtr ctcrye.
Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. Perform
ance! commence at half-put 7 o'clock.
NEW CANTERBURY HALL
WILL BE RE-OPESTn
Wednesday, New Yenr'a Et.
nORDS FASHIONABLE THEATRE,
Tenth itreet, rlgU ehovt ilmniwinfa ovrnw.
Manager and Proprietor - Mr. John T Ford,
(Alao of Holllday street Theatre, Baltimore.)
THIS (MONDAY) EVENINO, De. 90,
Th lovely and accomplished Actress,
MISS CAROUSE UI CHINOS.
And the eminent artists,
MR. PETER RICHINOS,
WITH THE ENTIME ST AM STOCK COMPANY,
All appearing In a brilliant Comedy, produced In a
style of elegance far excelling any comedy ever
Rren outside of New York city, rivalling In excel
nee Wallack' Theatre, New York, and lti cele
brated comedy company tonight being th first
representation thla season of Anna Cora Mowatt'a
Gertrude Mlaa Carolina Rlchlngi.
Adam Trueman - Mr. Peter Rlchlngi.
" Her let ut tee portrayed th ruling pacalon.
And learn to prise, at It jutt value, FMAfoa."
tTueday Night S ATA NELLA.
ErTh Grand Complimentary Tettlmonlal to
Mitt CAROLINE RICH1NG9 on Wednesday Even
ing. PRICES OF ADMISSION.
Dreta Circle and Parquet te, so cent 11 Orchestra
Seata, 78 oentti Family Circle, 38 eniai Privet
Doors open at 8V o'clock 1 performance commen
ce at 8 o'clock. At
.VJPir CANTERBURY IT ALL
WILL BE RE-OrEVED
Wedueaday, New Year's Etc,
i-ornrr aj airwar. .ai uuntit.
THIS (MONDAY) EVt'NINO, Drc.Stlh,
ron roimvELr ose smut o.vtr,
With full Orvheatra, Chorus, aad Splendid Coa
tuinee. Mr. Orau reipecttully aaaouocei that he he,
iletrruilocd to ,lva
O.VE ORASD OriSi NIOIIT
Thla (Monday) Rr.nlua;.D.. 90th.
When will be producad Verdi '. celebrated opera of
L, A TRAVIATA.
Mil. ANQIOLMA COnDtElt,
Th. celebrated Prima Donna, will appear In her
,reat role or Moletta.
Slirnor MACCtFlBRI, the dlillniulihed tenor,
Sl,nor AMODIO a. Germont.
slgnorBtRILI ..the Doctor.
toadiutor and Mu.Ic.l Director, SI,oor MUZIO
ADMISSION TO ALL PARTS, ONE DOLLAR.
Reserved rente, Fifty ceut. extra,
lainllr Circle, Flit) cent.
Seat, can In) necurail at Mr. Netlerotta ful
Doonopen at TV to commence atso'clock.
.VSW CA.VTSBBUXT mu.
WILL HE Vt-OPrNID
AVedueula)', New Y.ar. Eve
UILITlnT EQUIPS! EST,
TRUNK, AND HARNESS
M A N II F A O T O It Y .
409 Heventli atreet,
oprn. in on n riai-ows' ntLt,
WASHINOTOS, D. C.
I nmnuf.cturr of the be.t matcrtal. and haie
coniUntly ou hand, a lar,. and tail.d aioit
inuiary enilVUUen)' .liDDLEI,
FELT SADDLE CLOTHS.
Patent Feed and Water Uucl.ru,
OiDccri' Flue Sword Delta,
Kelt Trlmmlnci, and
Held 01. it Caara,
T Jt U N K S .
WOOD BOX TRUXK1.
A. I manul.otur.Tninka eaten. Irelr, and neee
aarlly hav. all kinds of Trunk Material,! am btt.r
prepared to repair Truoka. ko , thoroushly and
promptl), than any othrr aatabll.hm.nt la tha city
Oct li Slnl
XEW CAXTEUDVRY HALL
WILL BE M-OrtM'D
Weduc.il.-, r . t.r't EY.
Acraig manacei. w , .'.x. tti iwawaimi;
D(ItXM MANAGEK ... . JAMBi HLMLM
I ' 1-1 JCA
RJT COMFANT IN AMERICA.
OnOWDEDAXD ' "
irbutonnu "' ' '
. , look at Tt ,
ARRAY OF TALENT.
A. M. IIERKAHDEZ,
AND HIS TAISSTED TtOtrE. '
. t '
First appearaoo. of th. Toonf and Beautiful
KATHUCJUI VKWOUl t
The treat Irish Comedleoae aad Voeallst, who will
MONOAT BVENOia, DICW,
la tun rreat eaaraetar oi t.
Irish rikFscr cdux
AIM la a ehareeterl.tle Irtak Male.,., asttnad
la which th. will tin, her Ortiiaal Ion, of
"NO IRISH NEED AWLY." "
'1 M IK
KATBUKK O'NIIL, , ,.,
KATHLIKH O'NEIL, .. . u
li. Irish Wonder. '
Flrat Appearance of
HUE. ilARJE ZOX,
HUE. HARIE ZOX,
HUE. HABIE ZOE, ,
Th. Moat Accomplished and Caarmlaff Daaaena.
rirat Appearance of th. Celchrsted
MR. B. ATE3,
MR. B. YATES,
MR. B. TATES,
MR. B. TATES,
SAM LONO, " "
Tht Great Comtt slfira.
Flrat appearaac of
LA PEf ITE HELOISE,
Tht Child Wonder, (only tre yaart of at,) la a
variety ot Marvellous Hrformaacee,
With the Crest
A M. lfemaudes,
A. M. llemaad.St
A. If. Ilcrttaad.a.
MISS ADA TE8MAN,
MISS ADA TE3MAN,
STARS OF THE VARIETIES,
xcuuacta otib tirrr nErnRatui.
ET- Ipeelal Notle.A Qraad MattaM on Sat.
urday Art.raoon, for tht aecotamadaUoa ot Ladles
and Children, comntacus, at o'eiMk
Kill ETA BREXT,
Tht Aceompllthtd Vocallat,
19 ENGAGED AT THIS ESTASLISIIME.VT,
Aad will appear
On Honda? KT.ntnj, Jannarr '
Farquetta aad Family Circle ..... lactate
Orcheetra Chain ........ .tjO"
Prlratt Boxet --... ii
Ungla State la Boxes ...... 'JScrata
Colored Circle .....is "
Doort open et SX o'clock rtrfarataaeaa to com
DD rELLOWl' IIAE.1.,
ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
ODD FELLOWS' HALL.
GREATEST SUCCESS OX REOORDI
The Caalsrhtry Oampany.
tn uiniMucDce of the creat fmpreanaenf htlna
Mode .( tae cuaierevr, Jial, tht maaaftaaent haa
determined to postpone tho re-openta, until
NEW YEAK'8 EVE,
Wedneaday KT.nla(, DMtankar 31st,
I . ah... tn nraaant to their catrona ona of the most
comfortable, epaeloua and handaoua
ML'SIC HALLS IS IHI. VOUHTMY.
Tht Canterbury Company will perform
TWO NlaHTi LONQER,
(Monday and Ttuedajr,
AT ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
When ther will lite a Select Musical Enter I sin.
LADIES AND Q1.NTLEMEN.
MI33 JULIA MORTIMER,
MISS KATE PENNOYER,
11168 AONES BOUTHEfLAND,
MISS NELLIE TAYLOR,
THE COURT Of BEAUTY,
TtT.atjr.llv. Xaadlea and Gtntletnen,
IN A SPLENDID BILL,
THE OYPSET'S ZAT
FIFIY NEW ACTS.
Doort open at tji performance,? o'clock.
Admlsrlon, So cents; ont oe.ts, 00 cuts.
NEW YEAR'S DKV,
Tat Grand Performaneea
will be riven at tht
NEW OANTkYllUt'UV IIAIX.
Aftrrnoon.at So'clock,for ladies and CHlLaaEM.
Admission to Afternoon Ladlrs. SO ceors chil
dren, lu cts Usual nlEht's entertainment lor Gen
tlemen at 6L o'clock. Admission, So ctt l Orches
tra ohalrt, tkl cts. deom-tt
XEW CAXTERBURT HAIL
tVetluewl.), Itevr Year. Ev.
LMIAKKhlN . CO.,
an rcsssriVAKU avksve.
(North side,) between Twelfth and Thirteenth ttt ,
388 rEKKSTLVAMA AVENVE,
Under tht National Hottl,
OITer to the public for tht .
their richly assorted stock of '
GOLD SPECTACLES aud EYE-GLASSES,
with renulne Braslllan rabble or Perltcoplt Catct,
correctly aulted for every Bight.
MIOROBOOPES, OPERA OLA8SE8,
MILITARY FIELD 01 ASSES,
ruoTonmniic alov.v cartes be visits.
! r., 4 c,
at the lowest prlcea. dee IS
XEW CAXTERBURT HALL
WILL SE ItE-OPEXED
Wedu.aday, N.vr Y.ar'a Eva,
SMITH DEALT-, No. 301, Seventh atreet,
between I and K itrMtt, It the place to buy
your wlatrr Clothing. They tell cheap. Try them,
nor 31 dtjanl
XEW CAXTERBCRY HALL
will be Hwrmro
Wtdneadar, New lear't Kvt
XEW CAXTERBURT HALL
WILL BE RE-OPtlStD
Wtdnceday, N.w Y.ar'a Eve,