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TnMm9-,lri.n The) popular.
fW um ssldom to vqiullM by
Mi eeea proaaaeaiaie nhwi
th autit iiatmrtaat te-
eee imW eoatrolled 6r th an-
mm fUUaH theatrt of thin city, and its
vtkrtfltaMttft to naturally Isafmaacd
WHO BiiCMurn iwibhi
la Urfi Dumber of our most
Ml Ol ltniuri( nave nru
I Manager Crorer, In accord-
Ma UHTVnu ucvirr, mm "-
Lon ti thli evening. The
btvaul In Itt the mtiilfl hr KOD-
1 Mroag and hilum'i scene rr and
ImU wonderful, nod the play Itself
IWubAciiI All atimiM "PattT
vbas.avaa.ot heretofore don to. OnFrb
i.thU will receive his benefit, on which!
i whi aouDuess oemucn mn
li Head' In twlag rhars4.
.MnVJam Unni1l-riil ll th BUC-
1M eeienraiea anisic, nw rm-
t original iriin songs n" toro-
i atuiiene br itorm. Mi li In
d s great rd forth management, rne Pn
I heft troop U another feature. . M'll Marl
f-o It Mf onlv most accomplished flanse use, nut
I li n wry MiItfitl young- lad) and w in, w itnout a
doubt, prof Trr attractive. Mr. B. ates and
llu. &MAltur aa .1anftai-a r mil that Clin M
rw lined. and the rr WW are composed of pret
tyaad talented young ladles. Mm Iom, thioM
tmteriZtthl&Aj. J. II. Budworthnnd W.A. Bud-
I mat light ofth profession. A. M. Herdandet ll
I knowledred to be the kins; of pantomlmlsts
mim AOm. THmiD is a verr D.esslnr vocalist ana if
I 'nightly received with marked furor. In a word the
iwium rnmnioi iowiidu win wuiiunim invni(
a rrrai m-on-amine u nmfDira lo-iuzni. m nrw
.;- ' T.Jal -....
Year's dar f o nerformanccs ire to be siren. After
xtoon anu evening.
I' Canter atmr, Tk grand re-opening of this
I iruiy maguincrniiempieoi music win iaae piacr
I al evening, and the enlertalntneot will exceed
anTuiina iaav aai j ei Dcen ouerru to inr puuiie u
aliftra7pili al st Co. It w 111 be well worth rlilt-
lot the new Canterbury to-olfht. If but to lee the
e fttrnslra Improvements which have been made to
It. Although by the addition of a spacious gallery
starrer Dumber of Dersoos can be Drolded with
seats, yet we question whether the bulldlnjr, en-
urfeuasil am Deen, win avrainmoaaie in ira
mens crowds which will attend. We learn that
thn new and splendid protetnium tiun were en-
area several usys since, rrrn ueiore inrjr wtrs
nnuoro, lor in opening; prrinrmance in-nisni.
seetha names of the talented artistes comnoslnz
inc companyfin anoincr autumn.
roLicc MATTcna. Jai, Kiler. dlsonltrlri fined
f ijw, uj justice vrurj
iary sineru, urunaeniiesii nnra oo, vy jus-
eeUlnjr liquor without a license) fined
liM, hr Justice Thompson.
hn Thompson, drhlng on the pavement ( fined
Jlllui leJt. aaaaull and battervt securltr to
I k th peace, by Justice Walter.
. ,krers ad McUhan, obstructing st.lewalkf fined
b in. ruiinrr iuu u, ,, rnvciuf itiui uicr btc-
meffi fined S each, by Justice Thompson.
im. juissamar anu pi, . muiien, ooiainins;
ey under false pretences) Jill for a further
pus;, dj-justice uturr.
t Hartman. drunk and dlsorderlrt fined Sl.br
Jenn Hull), drunk and disorderly fined $it by
U.rtha llutler. dlsorderir conduct 1 fined at. dv
Jul tic Walter.
katwtMAi. rnuar Hbre Juiat Merrick vriterAtv.
ionlca White, chargt-d with the larceny of $10,
I propeny 01 ro. 11. rarneri lounu kuiiiv anu
htenced to elchteeo mouths In the penitentiary.
avis for defence.
Andrew Semmes. charred with assault and bat-
Wrv unou B. P. Morrlst found rulltv and sentenced
m thirty days in the county jail. Davis for do
Tciuia. Barnes, charged with the larceny of lunifry
nicirs, ine properir 01 ! e. Ains;i luunusumy
id sentenced to eighteen months In thcpenlten-
.rw. Norris tar anee.
1 wter Broderan. charred with th larcrnv of
unary anictesi not guiuy. norris tor aeience.
variu ueii, cnargeu wun u assauii anu uaiirry
won SoDhla Crawford 1 found rutllrt not sen-
leed. uradlev fur defence.
I i Patrick Calhoun, charged with the larceny of $15
In Treasury notes, the property of August Koclij
oiguiuy. urauiry lor unrnve.
Com. Foots Speiki Friday Nioiit. While
Ainmttdore fnow Rear Admiral) roote waa In com-
BandoftneneetoDtheMlstlssloDl.lt la said he
would, whene er th chaplain waa absent, himself
btndatet and on other occasions would often rrat-
Sf nis men oy ueiirrriog 10 mem snurt, nut iurci
e temierance addresses, since his retirement
Isrom active dutv. necessitated bv a w iund received
Liirlog the attack on Island No. 10, he has been dr
raVlvedof th opportunity of addressing hlanien,
f And unUl quit -ir tr s"1",""11""
aelner anr punui ' uurrs. c uuurnnuu,
" '- .v.ki h.. n.ntt ta rratlfv our ettL.
ni on Frldy eienlog next, on lb occasion of a
" .,.. lU.nI t Iff tllvlalAB. Anna nf Tm.
At lh new Himitvatl nii,un iiiuiuaiirri,
". & m h nenaior vtiison, aou oiners,
... . um pmem ana speas.
Sl'SVlrlOVI Wtr.tav nnmlm khftnl 1 Ar1wlr
Hftor Fuss, of the Fourth ward, arrested a man
n PcnDBVll anla. B.tniia tvliA HM hl nam a
13l:n Devlne, on the thai-re of druokeuness. He
ras conveyed to the stahon-houe aud examined
riorv J lUUOe IIr. urhn nnTrai1 film In ti livk.
4 up six hours At the time h- was arrested h
aa a vans in nis possession, titer h had been
Xked tin th Offlcrr la. ! l lh atatlnnU.fkiia
hOUZht he WOUld llinlna It. llnilIaAFrllt
mi uvea luroea open aa.i sererai articles Taken
,i. v vw io iuf vunciusioB it naa oeen stolen.
was marked "C, H. Wambougb, company H,
h New York rolunteer Th nrlnnr will h
ciainea unm in matter is in etlgated,
) CAnrLcssOrcRATiOM. Capt. Robert E. Clarey,
Ithe second cavalry, cartleda loaded pi'toi into
neofthe private boxes lu Washington theatre
a Tuesdnv. In the Docket of tils sack, and durlnr
he performance!! ecldeotl) went off, the bail
using through the calf of the leg of a j oitng hfao
Htlngnear hlmiby th name of Anderson, a sod
f ex-uovrrnor Anderson, oi niainr, ana a clerk in
neofthe departments. An o nicer of such rank
nd position U hardlv excusable In thus endanrer-
Lig the lives of thoso with whom he comes In con-
.t. inepocKei oiaioosecoai is boicxav'ti) ine
live lor sucn a loaoeu weapcini
Arbeit ron Laaceiv. Yeaterdav forenooo.
)diccr Fcnwlck, of the Fourth ward, airested a
tan b) toe name oi Aiirai arden on the charge
1 stealing a horse, the properly of a soldier In the
.rmv. warden was oltcrlnr th animal for sale at
Iio auction, ou Sixth st recti the soldier happened
io be present at th time, and recornlzed the horse
Us his property. He accordingly had Warden ar-
ttWird. He was taken beiore Justice Dunn, at tils
mnr. ana irsiinea inai ne nourui ine noraP oi a
Isildler. He was ordered to git e security for a fur
IiroRMtTiON ncoAHbito Sin, An Woi'Nnrn
to I die as. While full Information of the condition
md whereabouts of hick sod Hniiudtnlaoldlrrs In
this military district, can be oMalned at the Medt
ial Dtrecton on the north side of PennsyUanla
avenu. between Nineteenth and Twentieth streets.
tUe same Information regarding thoe wounded it
tie battle of Fredericksburg, anduot Included In
UU military district, i an be had In most cases at
the rooms of th various State Relief Associations.
Tux Fine Dr-rARTM TNT. Monday night (he first
regular meeting of the Washington Fire Depait
meat was held at the Columbia Lnglne houci all
the companies with the exception of the Franklin
and Amrrlcan Hook and Ladder w ere represented,
i Mr, W. 11. Hints, of the Union, Vice President,
took th chair, Mr. F. N. Holtiman, of the Western
Hose, was unanimously elected Ireasurer. No
fuithrr business of a public character was trans
acted. - a
Qt'AATCAS rOA TlfC IflBtBNIA F0INr COM-
rAtt. Comfortable and commodious buildings
hate recently been erected lu the square fronting
the fit Ion Enrlne House to be used as ouartrrs
Ii for the members of the Hlbernla Fnglne Company.
' The will be neatly tilted up within, and pro tided
y wiin an in iiiuurru luutrinrncrs.
. KJSKITT wt. W. lr Wrort. .ra
llohllle. N. Y.i John F. T. Coiiuer. Pa t Jas B
iunlop;.Viwaukr SrJ at thfooAl!
iion.urmen! .. nugnes, Aiet.iay, iiuia i.Mrs.
&H. Hoilgers. Col. s. a. May, Ct.j J. U'llson Hodges,
altlmorvi Ilenrv D. Wilson. New nrk. are atlh
COkVITTl PlalulkmPalll llnrv. a I'ranMu
I man, convicted of lorrerv. In June. InU). and sen.
t fenced for three) ears, and Wm. Fugltt.coutleted,
in lulu ia.-ui -.r f...... -....n ..j' '. .
nu-ui, wu, ui tiu(BrBicuDK, auu srnirocru ior
imrrv jTir,KT mctii pnruoqeu Ii) IUV frCSIUent.
MvHAirn Mr. John J Monr.n(iia Mtv 1..1
letvulng. led to I he hymenlal alter the interesting
Miss Betlle Rtgdou, original!) of Purtmouth, Ohio,
Ibutwhohaa, for some time past, resided in this
city. The ceremnn) was performed by k Alex.
JloiriTAi. Bi'ilpino Git cn l. The patients In
ana iiau nospltai having peeo transferred to
h iiuiiuiiu iiaiiiia ur-ru irnuairrrru nit
mory hospital, that building has been restored Coiomn CosvrNTiON The colored conv en
Its owners. tlon, roaslsllDg of delegate from the several
i r. ... . .. ... 7. . .r ; " r"7.L ... :.". :. l-. i son
wmtM.vn uiaiiilhtii. 3i.ni nt surgeon r er-. "miiif, at on esiey cnurcn, isianu. mrv rrsi , Th nrnnrtf tnr would also ber leave
Jacobs has been dismissed the sen lie fnr - I addresses were dellvernL Ihe most lnuortant uf . .Tn P"P'l"?r.Ji0U. ""P .P.1:"...
,Mor.-mmPn..tlrin fr -..!.. i n .;. T i" uhlfh .. I.v Jnhr T l n.tln . h ieri UmuintXi ". "WM OI mil i ! !" i "
Lini their discharge. i anpiad the proVrlety of stabllVhlug a'ho.pltal for , f "rVB .?-nrJSf rf.BrTO nEZ
" I lSSSJKrJJSl.7rtlL : J.K1" their Patronage will find, on the Second Floor, a
kS wer yesterday ooi
- ..j.. ... . . .t ... a: ..t.
r jvairruayuomuiiiini tu tne iu vapitoii
Dd isq five pAroied prisoners to aw Alt an
' , i
S6IDICM FrECTEp. Thre hundred and!
-k and fellghtly Wdilnded s6lditrs ar ea-1
rrtT iiwui Aquie, vfi- eiij mis t"''
1-n . it- r.'..v. o.n .-.-i ...i.n. r."'rV" """". " '' -v,."j - haudaomelv furnlsheil Hecentlon Room, in which
PavviI tu'iil'vTifltT CrsTkAvftn CT
- ..r..--, -..-.--. -""--.- -1
riBBTiiii laTonte pun pi nowwni. isi
vcnlnr, about half past lv o'eloek, wai dlsoor
tred tobe la flamei. The particulars; as far ai wo
can iiou, an as wugwi i
WhUi Mr. Flu aiatnont, the- buslaaas aanaffcr,
and Mr. H- C. ford, the trwsurer, wer In swavtr-
at ion In the aaioon Adjoining, one of theitag
handi rushed I v nzclalmUc. The theatre la on
entrABea back or tfiatheatw, but the lams drove
then huk Jurt thea, meeting Mr.Glffbrd. who
has ehargo of tha theatre, ht Infermed then " that
thbulldlngwaigonaup."( On learning this, Mr.
rtti llnmonigot assistance, and, with Mr.Gimtrd,
had the desks and private papera removed from
tha building, wfaleh, In leaa than half an hour, was
entirety, oesimreaj inciuainr wararonr, music,
scenery, he. The fire, no doubt, originated on the
Uge,ai tha name were flnt discovered there
starting, no doubt, from a store, which, In very
bad Judgment, was placed back of the atage Itt on
corner, within close proximity to the weaery.
This Is the aeeond time Manager Ford has been
burnt out In Washington heavy loser on both
occasion!. Had any alarm been given, besides th
ihoutlnr of those Interested, the hulldtlS? mllht
nitenecniavro. uetinosv wim sits mm wubw
Inr of Alarm of Ores mend their wan In thli mat
All the miialo and wdrnbeaff the " linens ntreis'
and "XatanelU" was des toyed must arranged
and collected during twelr jarsof Miss Rich
iocs' proiesBionai irareis. iir. ana miss nieniam'
private wardrobe was saved by Mr. Fenno)er, Mr.
Though the building in th Immedlat vicinity
wer saved froifueitructlon, yet nearly All were
mnri nr less latnred.
All the furniture was removed from the houses
directly adjoining, but not without considerable
damage by th water and th necessarily hasty and
rough manner In which It had to be handled.
Too much credit cannot be bestowed upon th
arc men, who, after th alarm had been given, were
early upon the ground, and exerted themselves to
the utmost without regard, apparently,to personal
danger or discomfort, to stay the progress of th
The steamer " tllbernla" failed to arrive nrotuot-
1y upon the ground, owing to getting precipitated
Into a slouch on the corner of F. and Thirteenth
trrrts, where an excavation had recently been
maue ior ine purpiise oi repair ids a sewer. .u
olentservlc was, hower, rendered on htrarrl
val. Io view of the delay which hav frequently At
MnAA lha arrival ftrthA'Mlhanill no th nfialnA
of a Are, In coo sequence of It member not being I
acquainieu wiinine ainerent iirreis ana lanri oi
the city, (they being mostly stranger,) would
ask, If It would not be well to have some on who
Is familiar with th city associated with them a a
hare heard of ooly one accident, which, we
are glad to state, was not serious. The pole which
had been used to support, In part, th large trans
parency in iron i oi in dui
s bulldlnr. on which was dls-
piajrti iii wurus "iunii innirvi- iibiibji
been left standing rather loosely, a sudden Jostl
of the crowd displaced It, causing It to fall upon a
young man standing near, who waa knocked down
and badly bruised, but not seriously Injured.
We have been unaMa to ascertain th ti reels
amount of insurance upon the building, but under
stand It ! not ery large.
Exhibition or FlCTrilEA CifArr.1. Sua ATM
School. There was a large attendance on the oc
casion of the exhibition of this school last even
The young misses were nratly attired, and ac
quitted themselves well, while th male pupils
were no. m an mirriur iu wicm.
wenresent below id order or exercises, wnicti
were of most interesting character!
On Relltion Br hlarr Preston and Amanda
E". . . .
Hymn, (Sunday Army) uy me school
Going Home, ( News paper By Ann Burch.
" Washington By Benjamin Brail.
The Stan By Marlon Bo wen and Louisa Con"
man. Hymn to the Vnlrerte By Albert Winn.
On Flowers, (Newspaperi By Emma Davis and
Fnd of the Year By Miss King.
Thinking of Thee-liy Miss AblHitt and MI is Kl-
A Dollar or Two Bv Thomas Warrlnr.
Going to the Rabbath School By BenJmln,
Reai ei and Wells.
Th Pet Rtbblt-By Clara Boss.
Extract By Joseph Benjamin.
Sunday School Instructions By Mil Abbott and
Singing By the school. Glory to God la th
Trust Not to Appearances By George Naylor.
What I Love By Fmtna Davis.
On Reading By J. Sullh an and W. Weaver.
My Best Days are Gone By Mary Preston.
The Law) rr and Irishman By Sbreve and Sulli
van. Going to the Leglslater ByRoby,Balt and Tlem
mlng. Speak the Truth By John Sullivan.
A Leolur By Jasw Mom and Albert Dick.
Religion By Mlaee Preston And Mat.
Th Revolution By Osco Pumphrey.
Sunday nehool Leseoa, (Newspaper) By Misses
KUter and Bureh. . -.,.-
. s--atjiSAIMisllStArniAnd KlOtt.
Th Manlao By Richmond Shreves.
Singing By th school. ( Improvement of Time.
Th Hint Bv Warner Rorers and Samuel Foube.
Th wsy to John Smith's By W. Sullivan and
The Gambler's Wife Bv Benlamln Martin.
Money Makes the Mare Gv B Miretee, Bait
Our rtarlsToitlnr Yet Bv Albert Dick.
A fair Is shortly to be held for the lncflt of this
scnooi, m wnun we irusi inry may ie as Biiccess'
fyl as on this occasion.
IlTXaXITINQ CASE IlFIOAE THE FHANriPATION
Cow at. In the matter of Ueorg Hedge, petitioner
for the freedom of his wife, her sister, and his two
children or nominally I he petition of these four
slaics in their on n same.
Alexander MtConnlck was th owner, and after
the emancipation bill passed th House awl was
likely to pass the senate, and serious apprehen
sions were entertained that th man, who, many
tears before, when In Congress, moted fur the
emancipation, might, as President, appro e such a
Dill, nurneu nis sam ioux servants ou.i me vis
trie to Columbia, where thev resided At his own
house In th District, and built a little cabin a few
rods oi er the line In Man land the Imaginary line
oetwrenine utsirici anu ."iirjunii-win jiny; ms
farm and passlag near his house.
It was proved conclublrely,by many witnesses,
that the sen aqts bad been accustomed to bring the
cows from the Maryland side of the line audput
them In the nen. which was In the DUtrlcti that
they cam to nis house almost dally for foodi (per
haps like the man who desired' to be fed with
crumbs which fell from th tablet) that the aer
ants for sevrral weeks had been most of th time
In the DlttrM,t Hedge's, whose bouse waa lu the
district) inn inry nau nrru Miumai mit) nu iur
District side of the line iluce tha Uth day ul April
Ust,and jet the said Mdfurmick claimed them as
his slates, because oi M Ingrntous attempt to
node the law slmph by placing 1h quarters on
the lan land side ot the line.
It has lieen suggestrHl that the reason why he did
nnt amtlv for cauiiennatIon fur his alarea under
the flrt act was his ln.blllt) to tak th oath rr
quired h that act, and ineaimcuity, itoot tne
possibility, of pro log his loj alty, as required by
the act) for ue are Inrormetl his recent remotall
frum an Import ant po-ltlon under the Got ernment (
Wi Tti tM To ii. : iKi (the rmml..lon,,.
unaniinouiu oeinieu, not unstanaiDg nis persist
ent opposition for three das, that the four peti
tioners wer entitled to their freedom! so the hus
band, George Hedge, is now entitled to his Wife
and his children, and they cannot 1 bought or sold
like cattle In the market.
Grorge V H Day, Fsq , was counsel for peti
tioners, and as the unanimous decision was ren
dered said, " Now, Hedge, jouuwn your own wife
and chlldrrn) lake good care of them."
JtrpOGMrARKK'S DCfUIONOHTHE PAtlEROr
the HAiKMrx. Judge Merrick esterday morn
ing delivered his opinion on the prayer from the
hack men, asking that th railroad company be en
joined (rum using so much of the road as Interferes
with the hack men and omnibus drivers plying
their regular vocation at the railroad depot.
He decided that the suit waa properly Instituted)
although the Interests or the complainants are dis
tinct, the suit Involied the establishment or a
right common to allt and further, the road as laid
was In violation of the charter of the eompany,
and a nulsanoe. interfering with the regular prose
cution of the busluess uf the complainants, and
that It was not competent for either the Secretary
of the Interior or Commissioner of Public Build
ings to authorlt the erection of a nuisance. He
ordered an Injunction to issue, (the complainants
siting the usual bond to prosecute the suit.) pro
I &""'" '" "??'"- '?.- "H-K Uir
roaa as now euqsiniciru as ties on new Jersey
' """.W.11 ' the intersection of said road with
the south line of C street north.
This injunction will give the hackiurnthe right
to use th C street side, as well as New Jersey
avenue, as stands.
The Asir.MLs Ou rcii. The Cslv sry Baptist
confirmation sometime since entered Into an ar
rangement, through th Hon. Amos Keodall and
his son-in-law, with three of thi trustees of thi
Assembl)'B chunh for the purchase of a church
building, as It was under mortgage fur the sum of
j,uju which had Wen borrowed for Its use. In
congregation ofth latter church, however. Insist
that the trustees who bargained away the edifice,
being onl) temporary officers, had no legal right to
do so. As neither party seems anxious at present
to become Involved in a law suit In regard to th
matter, It Is probable that the church will remain
Id qulst possession of th Assembly's congregation,
i - r'.t w. ...n
hlch was adoDl
Another resolution prevailed, reui
ailed, requiring eaohdele-
t gate to glv iu toward, a capital fqqd of (wa,
i t ' "
Ret. Da, Magoom Dechmes the Caii. Mans
Hiii-Rsv. Dr. Mugoon, of Albany, N. v., has Or
. cnnfoin cju rv(uiiy tfnuste mm wy tn itf'
i if rruiiiivi iuii'f'
Deaths or &oldt Th fbllo wise hav been
reported slncoewr. att i
eame n. 1.1111, eosapaay i,mui n. w,
Geo. Gregorr, company K, Ttk h. Y.
BenJ. DoxtoUr, compnay C, tth N. Y. nrt.
John A. Chlthester, eonay i Wh Ohio.
Wm. K. Hugh, oompany C, Itth Vt.
Vanroos) Robbln, epmpnnr O, Wth M. J.
B. F. York, company F, M Me. n
P. Johnson, eontpnyC,fdDeL r' .
I'red'k Wlnseher, company B, Tth U. t. Inf.
Chrlt'n Aldlnger, oompany C, 1th M. Y
Corp. Cha. Oanwell, company C, Id V B. Inf.
J. II. Town, Quartermaaler's Dept.
Wm. i. XX raft, company H, lOd Pa.
R. H. Rettlg, company H.Jlth N.J.
Corp. Wm. B. Tlbbets, eompany R. 4th Mf .
J. P. MUM oh, oompany E, lUd Pa.
J. CalbfalU, company D7 lWt h N. Y.
Mlch'l Turner, oompany B, 1M N. Y.
r. O. Johnson, aompany K, lith M.
rilai Leltxcl, company D, 177th Pa.
Wm. W. Horrell, company O, Uth Pa. Reg.
Private Burdlck, oompany A, 1th R. I.
Corp. C II. Flanders, company K, 11th N. II.
P. Condon, company B, T7th Conn.
G. Z. Barrett, company F, Oth N. H.
Wm. M. Milton, eompany B. 118th Pa.
llsha Fleey, company A, 7th Va.
Ceo. C ross,eompany E, 6th N. Y.
Ambrose Burgess, oompany K, Uth Me,
Corp. John Marskell, company O.flth Mich,
serg. Frani Heleok,compsny G, illlh N. .
m. anon, company u, isisi ra.
J. McF.t ay, company H, Mth Pa.
Corp. W. d. C. flail, company A, ith N. Y.
Dai Id Powell, company , lOSth N. Y.
Manuel Bassler, company B,Ud pa.
Almon McHenry, company A, ftth Penn. Resen e
Haley II. Half, company D, 10th Vt.
Serg. Henry Osgood, company D, tth N. Y.
C Wlssnmlller, company B. Itth Pa. Reserve.
Richard Stew art, company J, 8th Fa.
Franklin Bell, company F, 4th Ohio.
Samuel J. Cablll, company C, 38th N. Y.
Wm. J. Galllfthan, company C, tilth Pa.
Serg. John Cahlll, company C, ffth N. Y.
Corp. S. R. Thompson, company C, 37th Conn.
John L. Caswell, company H, 13th N. It.
Ml, t UM1II, VUIUBUJT Ut OlH C, 4,
Isaac Stafford, company H, 4Vt N. Y.
Henry Real, company A, Uth U. , Infantry.
CttEtrcAKE and Ohio Camal. The following
bats arrived at Georgetown since our last i
If. Dclafleld, Amer. C. Co . HI tons coalf Thlrta
nau, wneaii .. vtatson, wneat, ao i u. v. Hon
vivij uvivru vu. iv, ivu, cunii a. . ntvrt uur-
den Co.. 100 tons coal) K. D. Hartley, wheat, fco
Anna .-Marion, Borden co , 103 tons coal.
lot loiioirinE; urpartea i
, i. siiiiiriniiii iii n. ruiiuir,!.. timiuuiii
Temple, G. W. Rohback, II. DelaReld, A. J. Boose.
Bahxivo JUtu. The follow I nrr Are the rate
At which banker and broker are buying And
telling gold tnd sliver the legal trndcr note
OoM - - - fto ter f. prrm. 33 per c. prem.
BIItpt ... 23 " 25 "
Wcmand note S.1 " SO "
Banks oflune In WAshlngton and Gforce-
Bank of Metropolis.
Bank of Washington,
Farm's A Merch's B'Dk,
Farmer, and Meet's
Bauk of Commerce.
Tuk Bcllioi Bank redeem Its note In U
S. Treasury notes, when any amount from one
aouar npwams is pressnteu,
Atteitiov, ArrtiCTknl Dr. Vellny Is yet
cneaeca in an extensive practice in this cur.
and we would call the attention of the poor,
punr, emaciated victims of their own sins to
the best sources of remedy. First, give p your
present course or lire at once ana forever t ana
secondly, call on the most skilful physicians,
(and none are hetter than Dr. Vellny,) and be
curea oi ine aistaso wnicn l now nnuermin
log yonr constitutions and sending yon to a pre
Goto Wmitehuait, 4M renasytvanla Avenue,
io ootain superior UKenessei at reaueea prices.
fine vuru tiiHcui, luruicnj suiu mi e per avecn.
now selling at Ati half dozens, same rate. Colored
Imperials reduced from $30 to 30 tel'lng whole
sin colored at only Al. I will excel la "Colored
Cart4d4 iille$" havlnr securetl the services of a
superior artist for that hranch of business. Like
nesses of many of those fallen In battl can be ob
tained nerei aiso caru pnowgraprui oi prominent
ma, both civil and military. nov ii lm
Ihdia Ritbsea Goods. It Is not necessary for
.Mr. If. A. HALL to enumerate the different alrlea
an I kinds or Rubber and Gulta Percha manufac
turers goods he keeps (he has them all) on hand;
and a glance Into the beautiful store or list of price
tit en by his attendants, will tonvlnce any one that
is eetaUlshment Is rtttff th only Ml KuUtr
II errAeusr.and Is located at 310 Pennsylvania ave
nue, neat door i Msr. riarperst mneneir ury
Gooils wan house, he t wren Ninth and Tenth
streets. deeS tf
A Woad or Anvim. Those who hai been
doctoring for weeks and months without obtaining
relief, should consult Dr. Flshbtatt. whose office is
at No. 431 K street, corner of Fight, street, and b
rauicaii) curea. iwenty-nt years experience nas
establtBhed Dr. Flshblalt's renutatlon aa a Phi si-
clan. ReBtcaae4uredln a fw days. Charges
moaerai. ux. iiianbAir,
No. iti K treet,corneref Flghth.
Opposite tbe General Post OlBce,
Iidia Rubsca Coo r The place to buy your
RUBBER COATS, LFIG1NS, CAMP BLANKKTS,
HA FLOCKS, HWFKSACK, and every article
made from INDIA JtUBBr K, la At H. A.HALL'S
India Rubber Warehouse, where you can obtain
them at manufacturers' prices, 110 Pennsylvania
avenue, between Ninth and Tenth streets. o 33
India Robbca Boots amd Shoes. The ahov
kiiivitb bis v.M inmfir n, .mbb j iuiuh
Rubber Warehouse, 310 Penns) Ivanla avenue, than
at any other store la this city or lclnlt) . This it
. Call M satisfy yourseh es, 310 Pennsylvania
aapue. no 33 tf
Dciiaaalc India Rubier Goo in. Mr, H. A.
Hall has Just received a lot of Otflcers Long and
Light dull finished Coals i also, dull finished Pon
chos, extra large sliest also, a lot of blue Fngllsh
Talmas, very long, at flO rachi which he Is selling
at manufast urera1 prices, at his India Ruldwr Ware
house, no Fennsilvanl avenue, between Ninth
and 1 snth streets. oct 37 tf
Ueoigetowu Marine 1.1st,
chrs. IL C. Knlaht. Whlrlnw. Fall Rlier. elder.
aiv.l iiiuiiiHP, rrniKiu, oniitiiii'rr, luiuurri I
James Martin, Harding, Fall Mteri boats DaM,
act J, H. Ynumans, Peterson, Bltlmitre, lumber;
tfiiura .iinitiu, iiniiiiuii, w mi nitrrf inima imihi
Linn, Null, Brlle Plain, Va , rmptj I nexnectrd,
Buchanan, Belle Plain, Va , empty n
I CurtU, Dalilmore, produce for Gov
I steamer rianirr,
Curtis, Balilmore, produce for Government.
Mtttt Washington, Bodlne, Staten Islandi Prol
, "". """'"" " --
On the evening of the soth Instant, of scarlet
fever, Limie Ann Miras, eldest daughter of Wm.
R. and Mar) Flliabeth McLean, aged 13 years, u
months, aud 21 da) s.
The funeral will tak place Ihls (Wednesday)
afternoon, at half-past 3 o'clock, from the residence
of her parents, 43d Massachusetts av enue, between
Sixth and Seventh streets, w hUh the friends of the
family are Invited to Attend.
NOTICE. All persons having claims against
the Fstat of JAMES RICHARDSON, fate of
Boston, seainau In the United States naval rt Ice,
deceased, are requested to present said claims at
the office of the Fourth Auditor, at Washington,
D. C, within four months from th first day of
Januar next. JOHN KLNNEALY.
Boston, December 6, 1863. dec 3 it
.EV GASTKJiRUJtY HALL
will be nt-orrrn
Wednesday, New Year' Eve
SMITH DEALT., No. 361, Seventh street,
between I nd K streets, Is the place tobuy
your winter Clothing. They sell cheap. Try them,
por 31 dtjanl
WW CAXTEliBVHY It ALL
Wedueadlay, New Year' Ke.
TOTICE 18 IIKHKUY GIVEN THAT
il the Copartnership heretofore existing between
LYLK t COFFIN Is this day dissolved by mutual
J. A. COFFIN.
JohnG. Lyle still continues tbe business at the
Washington, July 31, R3. ly
Halls, Prlv ate aud Public Parties. !
The Subscriber, at the urgent request of the Clt-
liens of Washington and the Public generallv, has
now resumed hisout-ilde family business, In the
DISSEHS, PARTIES, Vt'PPlV.4 MFATDISIIhS,
Sent to any part of the City at the Shortest Notice,
and will be superintended by the Subscriber in per -
Mrs. GAUTiEn"will be haunv to receive their or
dsrs. Enttancfby t lie Fji ate Door.
' 1 n. nAt'Ttrn
nov qs olm
253 Pennsylvania ayenus.
XEW CANTERBURY HALL
Wctlncfrtay, ffjew Vrf Efl,
Cf-Mas le Ifvasiersa Major George W.PcW
tlgrew, nn affiliated Master Mason, of Oorgla,who
died of A wound received At th battl of Freder
Ickibnrg, will ,loempliano with hlsdylng request,
b burled by th Masonl Fraternity. Brethren of
th order are requested to meet at Masonl HalL
corner of Ninth and D, to-day, WrDNFJDAY.j
Hit Instant, at I'i o'clock, n,m. At which time
And plac the funeral will be held.
Dr order of the GRAND MASTER.
The public ar respectfully Incited to Attend.
- T , 1 S A O X
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS.
They purify, strenclhen, end Invigorate.
They treats a healthy appetite.
They ar An antidote to change of water and did.
They ovarcom effects of dissipation and late
They strengthen the system and enliven the mind
They prevent miasm tie and Intermittent fvjs.
They purl fythe breath and acidity of the stomach.
They cure Dyspesla and Constipation.
Thev cure Dlarrhfea. Cholera, and Cholera Mor-
They cur Liter Complaint and Nerroua Head
. They are th best Sitters In the world. They
I make the weak man strong, and arc exhausted
nature's treat restorer. Thv ara made nr miri
St. Croix Hum, the celebrated Callsaya Bark, roots
and herbs, and nr taken with the pleasure of a
beverage, without regard to are or time of day.
Particularly recommended to delicate persons re
quiring a gentle stimulant. Sold by all Grocers,
Druggists, Hotels, and Saloons, p, H DRAKE h
CO., V03 Broadwar, New York. i 26-m
Q- The Ladlei of Wesley ChApel propose
holding A FESTIVAL In the Lecture Room of the
Church, corner of Fifth and F street, commrnclnr
on Monday evening, December 29th. The publto
are respectfully Inv ited to Attend.
Ticket, adm'.tlng a gentleman and laity durlnr
the Festlt al. A enis. to be had at Shepherd's Book
store, corner if Set enth and D, and at the door of
in- cuurcn. uwai
CT- Th Great Pettnssir an la Ronte. The
Iulckcst and safest route to the Northwest and
outhwrst. TwothroufhtralnsdaUy, and one on
Sunday. Soldiers' tickets at Government rates to
mi me principal points in in jionn auu nm.
Tor tickets and further information annlr at th of-
uir ui 111 uirt iruuaj,, num iwuit. uui iiicmi
corner Penmrlranla avenu and Sixth street, un
der National Hotel. Olflce open from! a. m. to t
p. m.ion nunuays io p. m.
aug 8 ly Agent.
Cf-Bpeelnl Notice. On and after Tuesday,
April 1,13, the tralus on the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad will commence running dally, (sunda)s
excepted,) leading this Station at 1.40 a.m., and
connecting at Washington Junction with Mall
Train for all parts of the West ta Wheeling or
Through tickets sold and baggage
oui nnu i'ikr
W. P. SMITH,
i . i'. .ti 1 1 ii,
M. of Transportation B.a O. R. R.
13 Writ on' Progreasof Slarery.-
oi inis work are ior saie at ti
the office of the National
Republican. Pamphlet edition. 35 cents. Bound
edition, ti cents.
tj-llatehelor's Hair 1) re The Deit In
the IVorlrt. William A. Batchelor's celebrated
Hair D) e produces n color not to be distinguished
from nature! warranted not to Injure Hair In the
least remedies the lll-e fleets of had dyes, and Invig
orates the Hair for life. GRF.Y. RKD. or RUSTY
HAIR Instantly turns a splendid Mack or Brown,
leaving the hair sort and lautlful. Sold by all
on the four sides of each box
Factorv. No. 81 Buclar street. (Late 933 Bmad-
way and 1 Bond,) New lurk. my ty
WANTED A LAD. about U years old.who
y can read and write, to ro on errands and
makahlmselfgenerally useful to a Mk-blnder).
Apply to LDWARD LICKTT,
dee 31 3t T.l Pcnn. at enue.
AIIOCHH IVANTKD-ir possible, centrally
located, and north of Fcnmthanla atenue,
itiwi niiuui in iu ntriir nuuim, iur auiMll, uric
class family, old residents of this city, having prop.
ertyoflhelr own. for particulirs, please apply.
by letter or In person, to the Agency OOlce, 6U
Ninth street, near Penn. Avenue.
intn iirrn, near rroo. Airnui.
N. B. Tenants for Part of houses o- otherwise.
can always be had at this office, w Ithout charge,
dec SO-lw N. IL MILLKR.
WAMTKE-A SERVANT, to dotth general
housework of a small private famllyi also
a QIRL to nurse A child mail u .
mesded, tx each, tair wages will be pakl. Apply
at 43T Ninth street, between F and O, epioslte the
Patent Office. dee SO 41
WANTEDA white GIRL to do the house;
work for a family of four. Reference re
quired. Call at No. 171 South B street, between
Ninth and Tenth, up stairs.
dro30-3t W II. JAQUF1
ed, onthe north side of Pennshanla Ave
nue, between Fourth and Twentieth streets, with
from six to fourteen rooms, at a reasonable rent.
A first class tenaut oanbe secured Please address
"O. B ," Box 606, Post Office. dec 77 VW
XirANTED. A GIRL to do the general house
Tf work of a family of thre grown jwrsons.
Apply at W. L. Wall k Co' , vomer Pennsyh anla
arenue and Ninth street, dec 33
OVSi: WANTED, W possible. In the central
part of the clt) from atwtiit Six to Twehe
Rooms. A fair rent will be paid, and the best of
tenants can in secureu. neierences fit en u re
Pleas address l. o. box fito," de 2M w
Airini'Ri ., uro. it, iooi.
CARPKNTFRt for the Quarter master's De
rartment at Alexandria, Virginia. Applications
o be made to Mr. J Doughert), superintendent. at
thlsdepot. t B. FFRGl'SOV,
declJ-lia Captain A. Q. M , I S. Army.
Al rxnnni4j, V., Dec.12, 186?.
"WANTED Five Hundred good, soLcr, aud
V exiterlcncedTFAMirFHH, (.tribe (luartrr
master's iK-iiartmeut In this clt).
Appl) to C H Snow, (cneral Superintcn.lfiit.at
thlsottUe. J J DANA,
d 13 lm Capt and A Q M,l S Arm).
"TrANTKD.--Ladles and gentlemen to c.in.ult
U La oliliie, a descendaiit of Attrololit to
IMAlHHrOn in urrBI, OU All KnnirS Ol IIIC, NI -Sll
FU-i enth street. Diseases examined and cure.1 In
. f H't CUin SirCt
I Uw sittings.
"II r ANT El
ANTKD-U the New ork Fmplo)ment
TV Agency Ortlce,
Airncr umct. no on niiun sircri. iirar
Pennsvlvanlaaenue.TWFNTFlV (M) UJiltc
and Colored GIRLS, with good reference, as Cooks,
Chambermaids, Laundresses, Waitreues, Nurtes,
and Seamstresses. Also, oung Coloretl Mea, to
wait on tables iu Private Families or HaleU. Also
wanted, houses Immediate 1 , with or w Ithout fur
niture. Ftnnlo) crs In want of good hel, will find
It to their adv antage to call.
may 33-t f N. H. MILLFR.
"YirANTKD, For a gentleman and Ids wife, a
TV Double Parlor, with flrat-clAia furniture and
Price not so much a consideration as a ntct
Th best city reference given and required,
dress "Banker," at th Clt) Pott Office.
.V711 CANTERBURY HAIL
will he nE-oprNEn
Wednesday, New Year's Kve.
NAVY YARD, Washington,
OmnuHdanll Ojfice, DtrtmUrV, 103.
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD IS HERFBY OF
FERED for the apprehension and delivery Into
custody of the commandant of the nearrst Navy
Yard, of each of the following named persons, de
serters from the na al sen Ice of the United Strifes:
Acting Third Assistant Fnglncer Henn Boroum
and Acting Third Assistant I ngluecr William Gad
Uard, both of the United states steamer t urrltuck,
and both believed to be resident of New InrLor
Acting Master's Mate T. H. Brown, and Acting
Master's Mate Augustus Farwcll,of the- Potomac
John H. Campbell, Uaplalu of the Hold, Vlotui
Perry, sesun, sud II. M lkebc and John McCue,
landsmen, all of the Currituck.
ANDRMV A. IIAHWOOD,
Navy Yard and Potomac Flotilla.
deo JO iw
XEW CAXTERBVRY HALL
WedueMlay, New Yeav'e Eve,
DR. FI II n I, ATT,
Of No. 431, corner of Eighth and E streets,
Opposite the General Post Office,
C(l ne consulted on R1IEVMA1 IC AFFt CI I0.S,
COSSLMPTIOS, HM li CO MP AIM'S CURQML
i 0f whatever character, and which ma) 1 declared
, incurable b) other ph) slclans. He rngagfs to make
, an immediate cure.
rrom nis icnginy practice in tne science oi mem
cine, he Is enabled to oiler himself to the public ft
nemg tne oniv one in vtAsningioncamticni auuru
Inr niredi' rller. All en .fa pi.ndil u ill he rustAii.
tel. He warrants a cure w Ithout the use of men
our) or anyothcr dangerous medicine. Receotcaics
our) or an vol
cured In two
IU 1 wo or iiirreukii.
il. . ixiii irauiiiini iu ui. r .. ni iu. units, nu.
431. corner of Eighth and F. streets, opposite Gen-
eral Post Office, will rcelv immedlat attention,
NEW CANTERBURY HALL
WCHtHY JffW Ytar'f 3vt,
. Utters addressed to Dr. F., at his office, No,
BY GIIKKW. AVILUAMH, Awetloweer.
VALUABLE DWELLING llblSS OS C ST.
AT Public Sale. In virtue of a decree or th Cir
cuit Court of th District of Columbia, No. I fin.
sitting In chancery, In a cans wherein William
n.vorcoraa ei bi. were piainuoi Ana Itenry C
th trustee appointed by said decree, will proceed
iwwinu in uiKucai uiuucr, on tne premises, on
TUF.SDAY. the SOth dav nf Deeemb-r. lAJ-l. it i
o'clock In the afternoon, the following valuable
All that piece or parcel of land la the city of
Washlnrton. which Is known as the tm half
of lot numbered twenti -eight, (ML) In reservation
numbered ten, (10,) as the same Is laid down on the
public plat of said city, fronting ST feet on C street
north, and running back 180 feet to an alley, to
grtherwtth the three-story Brick Building situated
Terms of sale are: One-third cash) and the resi
due In two equal Instalments at Sand 13 months,
with interest from the day of sale, the deferred
pa)mcnts to be secured by a deed of tmstonthe
If th terms be not compiled with within fire
days from the day of sal the subscriber reserves
the right to resell the property, for cash, on ten
daj s public notice of the time and place at the risk
and cost of the purchaser In default.
ah conveyancing at tne purchasers cost.
A. HYDF, Trustee.
dec SO It GRF.KN k WILLIAMS, Allot.
nThe above Hale la Mitiwuifrf. n .
countof the rain, until TUESDAl (the 6th day 01
January, ltH3, at the same hour ana place, by order
tt Hi frit if A (IDITM a. ll'ITIIitri
dec 11 colds Auctioneer.
BY flit RE IV A. WILLIAMS. Auctioneers,
AUCTION SALF. OF HOUSEHOLD AND
KiTfHr.1 FtrnKiTunr.. On WRDNFSDY, the
Slst Instant, At 10 o'clock a. m., w shall sell at the
residence of a gentleman declining housekeeping,
on Klrhtsenth street, between Naur York ,nut
and I streets, a general assortment of Furniture,
Mahoranr Sofas. Chairs. Rockers and Tables
Kinnoaany isressing uurcaus, wain it anas ana
Jenny Und and Cottage Bedsteads
Feather Bed, Hair, Cotton-top and Husk Mat
tresses Thrse-i'Ir Ingrain and Stair Carpets
Cook, A (Might and other Stot es
China, Glass and Crockery War
And many other articles too numerous to enumer
ate. Term cash,
dec -2t GRF.FN at WILLIAMS, Aucts.
BY J. C MeOCinE A. CO., Auctioneers.
OLD BOOKH AT PUBLIC AUCTION. On
MONDAY KVKNINO, January 6th, ItWJ, eom
mcAclngat K o'clock, we shall tell, on the first
nuur ui tne Auction noomi, a large numoer ot uid
1 Books, Accumulation of some time, of a dealer In
'this clt), now declining the business. Will be
j sold positlte, and continue each etenlng unfll all
are disposed of.
J. C. McGUIREk CO,
dec SO ills Auctioneers.
t )V W.r-.AVAI.L.. CO., Auctioneers.
J Comer nf Ptnn. crenut mnd AMA l.ttouth tide.
I cxrt S 1 1 V K SALE
j KLKOA.XT A.Vfl Ii J C 1(
8UITAIII.E FOR HOLIDAY GIFTS,
On TUFSD4Y MORNING, December 30th, com
mencing at oMock. at our Auction Rooms, con
tinuing until all are disposed of, the stock of an Im
FROM NF.W YORK,
all manufactured In the very best and richest man
ner, and warranted free from moth, and
as represented, consisting of
Real Royal Frmlnes,
HudiOn Bay Sables,
Rock Marten, &.o,
A very extensive assortment of aluable
GF.NTLr.MKN'S FUR MUFFLERS and GLOVES.
We respectfully call the attention of th public
to this stoik of elegant Furs and Robes, made up
by one of the best manufacturers of Broadway,
.New York, for retail trade, and to b sold for cash,
W L. WALL fc CO.,
de 37 Auctioneers.
Y "VV. Cm WALL 4k CO.. Auctioneers.
i BATH HOUSE ASH HXTVtitS AT AlC-
1 10.Uv Irtue Lt a Ud nf trust mada bv Chat
Un, McOiikon & Co , for the benefit ol the creditors
of said tlrm, I will, on TUESDAY, 30th Instant, at
13 o'clock M., on the premises, expose to puMtc
sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, that well
known establishment, the Metropolitan Baths,
containing 14 Iron Bath-tubs (aiir and shower,)
2 BollerB, Oil-cloth on the floor, Matting and Car
peting, Oak Arm-chairs, down Towels, 14 Mir
rors. 14 Combs and Brushes, 11 Soap Dishes. 11
Flesh Brushes, Gas Fixtures, 6 Muslin Curtains,
Walnut Desk, Lounge, and manyother articles too
numerous to mention, together with the lease of
The sale offers an inducement to persons wishing
to engage In this business, which recommends it
to their vspeclal attention.
S s. WILLIAMS, Trustee.
On D,bet rlcieolh and Twelfth streets,
Just next to the star office.
W. L. WALL fc CO ,
dec 31 Starl Auctioneers.
33" Tlie abot e sale la postponed until FRt
DA Y, January 3, at th si me hour and plate.
W, L. WtLLfcCO.,
BY J. V. MefUTIRR At. CO., Auctioneers.
CHOICE bUILl)ln LOT IS PRISTISa
QfFWEWikEAV ALCTIQS. On MONDKY
AFTrRNOON.Ihe 5th ofjinimry, at half past four
o'clncL. we shall sell, at auction, one of the most
desirable Lots In Printing Office Square) said Lot
fronting 33 fvet4V, inches un First street west, and
running back isuiret I Inches to a 20-fcet alley,
being the secoud Lot In the square from the corner
nf Hand Hrt streets urt,atid situateil nearly In
front of the residence of the late Senator Douglas.
Since the purchase of the Printing Office b) the
GmI ernment, thlft section of Washington has rapid
I) Itnproi ed, and no more desirable opportunlt) for
tinrornicnt or lniestntent can be found lu the
A thlttj-fcr t alley runs throuch the square from
".! to west, in the rar of the lots fronting FIrit
lertiii s&Oraahj the balance In six and tuelre
months, secured bj deed of trunt on the propctti.
Js ('. M((,UIRK Alt),
dev 21 tds Auctioneers.
. I .Vffir VAXTEItBURT HALL
mhi ue Hr.HircNrn
Veiliietla) , Net Year! Kw,
HI INVKMims AND PATENTEES,
MUNN A, CO . nronrletorsof the SclentlHc Amer.
lean, and agents for procuring American and lor
clgu ! A T E N T H .
With Sixteen Yei)t txnerienc in the Builntu.
Refer to Hon. Judge Mason, Hon. Joseph Holt,
Hon. W. D. Bishop. ex-Commliiloncri of Patents,
and to more than fifteen thousand Inventors who
have had business done through Munn h Co.'s Pa
Pamphlet of adv ice sent free by mall.
Patent Laws and Regulations, loo pages, 35 cents,
No charge for consultation, orally or by mall.
Preliminary Examination In United States Pa
tent Office. St.
Offices, No. 37 Park Row, New York) Washing
ton, corner of F and Seventh streets, opposite the
Patent Office. mar 14 mlf
XEY CANTERBURY HALL
win, he nr.-orr.Mi
Wednesday, New Year' Eve,
1 A H T E R N PRODUCE.
soon barrel Apples,
S.iw do Potatoes,
loo d Turnips,
4uo do Cider,
3 ton Sermout Duller.
Iu store, aud Itndlng, by
Lr alTK tt. CO ,
luniieitkut I utnc,
dec 2i dtf near Bvltlmore Depot.
XEW CAXTEUin'RY HALL
wirt me miTNtn
Weitueaila), New Year Eve,
NOTICE. KW itersons having cl ilms against
the Fstatecf JOHN IllLt, Ule of Ihstou, sea
man In the United Mates uaval service, deceased,
are requested to present said claims at iheotllit
of the rtturth Auditor, at Aldington, D. C,
within four months from the first day of Januarv
next. JOHN Hr.NfvUALY, Claimant.
Boston, December 33, itWJ. dec 2 3t
XEW CAXTERBrttY HALL
Mill. PR RE-OPKSEI
AVedurwU)', New Year' Kit,
1tST. OnoraMtttheiJof December, among
mothers, a note drawn b) F. rrorutuel. to the
order of Andrew Luti, for 26uoo, payaMe eight
I i s after date, nd duo about the if.f of Decern I r
' sill note was over due and not protested vvheu
lost. Ihe mtkerof tha note prefers the prudtutlon
i of the uote beloro piyuent. The Under will !
suitabl) rewarded by leaving said note with S S
llllams, r sq , at Ms law office, corner Four-ami-
a-haw anu i iireet. vvasnington Lity, or io
D street, near .lrnth street.
1o 7T 5avviw
VTTT CAXTERBURY HAll
WadniiAsy, New Ytay'i StIi
C'emer of Eleventh and C Urtrtt.
Medr k Co
J. H. Gomoii
NEW YEAR' EVE.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER SI, 1663.
Second Night of the Re-engagement of
Jy?. FRANK DliSW.
Second Night of th Favorite Actor,
AT?. X. J BARRETT,
Who Is engaged for a limited period.
Second night of th
Amlnadab Sleek Mr. F. Drew,
Capt Murphy Magulr Mr. L, P. Barret
The successful burlesque, th
BIUDB OF AIIYDOR.
Mlrta, (the otlgtnal "Bold Privateer,")
Mr. F. Drew.
Hanlons, Moreste, and Conrads outdon by the
On New Year's Nlcht Mr. Drew. Mr. L. P.Baa-
sjett, Mus CHrstJtEY, and Mrs. G. Maeder a
PRICrv OF ADMKION.
Dress Clrcl and Parquet te. 60 centst Orchestra
Seats, 76 cents; Family Circle, Oft cents) Private
Doors open at 1 Vl to commence at 8 o'clock,
Ptnntylvania Atnut,near Wilfardt Motet.
Thi (Wednesday) Evening:, pee.3tt.
BY RFQUFST OF NUMEROUS PATRONS,
will be produced,
THIS WKDNF.SDAY KVENINO,
Dion Bourclcault'a thrilling and magnificent ro
mantic spectacular pla) , in three parts, entitled
PAUMIETTE UNDEIl TITE SNOW,
KateDenln ns Pauvrette.
Mrs. O. C. Gcrmon as Duchess Grandral.
Isabella Freeman os - - - - Louise.
Chas. Barron ns Maurlc.
Ben. Rogers - as - Bernard.
D. Setchell - as Michel.
ONLY NIGHT OF PAUVRETTE!
In rehearsal the beautiful dramatization of Mrs.
Snuthworth's popular stor, the
FRID K EVFNING, JANUARY 2, ISM,
MR. D. SETCHELL.
RATES OF 1DMI81I0NI
Private boxes. $4) Dress Circle, 60 cts.i Orchestra
Chairs, "ti cts j Family Circle, 28 cts.; Colored Gal
lery, SO cts t Colored Parterre, M cts.
Seats may b sect red from 10 o'clock a. m. to S
o'clock p. m., without extr chary.
Doors open at quarter before 7 o'clock. Perform
ances commence at half-past ? o'clock,
AWir CAXTERBURY HALL
WilnMly, New Year Rrs.
1HUNK, AMD HARNESS
4KB R.T.nlh .(re. I,
nrK)iTit odh reixowj" nxu,
WASin.VQTON, D. C.
1 mtnuf.ctur. of th. b.it nttrl.l, tod bar
eoD.Lotljr oo h.Dtl, Ur,. .nJ r.it.d t.iort
Military and Cittum' SADDLES,
FKLT SADDLE CLOTHS,
P.t.nl Food and Water Bnckctt,
Officer.' Flue Sword Ikltn,
Bell TrlranvlncB, and
Field Glaia Caiea.
T li U N ic a .
WOOD BOX TRUXKI.
A.I manut.ctur 1 runk. rxttnih .1) , and nrcra-
aril) ha. all klml.01 Trunk Malerlaf,! .li Utter
preparrtt tn repair Trunk., &lo., thoroufhly anil
prutnntly.thnniny other e.tabllihment In the city
JAMl.s 8. TOPHAM.
oct 14 1ml
XEW CANTERBURY HALL
Wilt. HE HE-Or-KNKn
M'.du.htn', Ktw V.ar'a Kl.
at rr.ssu'LVAxiA avfxvl;
(North side,) txtwrrn Ttrelflh and Thirteenth .I..,
388 rcssinrASU avesie,
Under the National Hotel,
Otter to the public for the
their richly ai.orted itock of
GOLD SPECTACLES and ETE41LASSE3,
with eenulne Brazilian Tcbble or rerticoplc Ca.ca,
correclly aulleil for eter) aight.
MICltOSCOI'ES, Ol'EHA GLASSES,
MILITARY FIELD GLASSES,
PIIOToailAHIIC ALUI'MS, CARTES OE VI1ITE,
at the lowe.t prUea. ilea i
XEW CAXTFRBVRY HALL
MILL DC KE-Ol'ENED
Wetlueatlay, Jrw le.r'a Ktr
HMIK CONKICSSION.t AND
Pulll.he.1 for the benciit aul a. a watnlog and
A CAUTION TO yoi'.Ml KN
who , utter from .Spermatorrbtvt, Nen on. Deblllt) ,
Premature Ucl.), itc, .iipplwng, at tbe aaiuv
time, Till: Ml:ANH Of St. LP CL'IIK. llyon. who
ha. cured hlru.tlf.aft.r being put to ifreal exp.ni
and Injury thrnuun iuelli.al humbiiE and quacaery
Dy vnclo.lng a poit paid addri.acd enelot.,
alnele cuidea may be had of the author.
NATIIAN1KL MAFAIK, Faa.
nov illinlf IlMlfnnl, Klnira Co , N. V.
.Vi'ir CAXTERBURY Jl ' L
Will DE HE-OrEIiED
Wetlueatlay, N.tv Year.
XEW CAXTERBURY HALL
WILL RE IiE01ENin
Wediieadaj't New Ycai'a Kti,
SMITH & HEAIX, Ns. 3(11 HKVKNTII
Street, between I and K street., Is th. Cheapest
Clothloc House la town. Try tb.u,
Kt U jganll
vrvr fnvrrvBrifV rutr
wilt, he m-oriMD
1.MI A N U I. I N A ll.,
J 0 P 1 1 C I A s s,
THE NEW CAS
TUB XEW CAXTSRJBl
THE XEW CAXTERBV
TffX XEW CAXTERBV
THE XEW CAXTERMUM
THE XEW CAXTERBV
THE XEW CAXTERBV
THE XEW CAXTERBURtT
THE XEW CAXTERBURY,
THE XEW CAXTERBURY,
Lonttlana Anv4, near Sixth Street.
GRAND RE-OPENINQ NIGHT t
Wcdacvrtay Evcnlnf , December 31st
(NEW TEAR'S EVE.)
II t npsndttns lmprsvimtatil
This famensefy rutpWarplao of amusement will
be opened on th above evening, In a style of may
ntAVcni'V not to be equalled In th country, Th
work has all been executed by H'athtngton rTwa
mtn, at a coat exceedlnc
FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS!
New Proscenium, Prirat Boxes, Balcony, Par
quctt, fcc br Messrs. Entwtsle . Barron, Build
ers. New Stairway, Stag Appointments, A., by
Mr. James Darllnc and Assistants. Gsa Flxturca,
kc, by Messrs. Myers J. McOhan. Painter In
Fresco, Messrs. Schuter k. Co. Plastering, Mason
Work, Ac, by John Keller. Th magnificent new
Scenery, Decorations, fcc, by Messrs. Lamb h Mor
timer. Th Canterbury Hall is bow on of tha largest,
handsomest, and most oomfbrtabl Temple of
Amusement In th country, th proprietors having
spared neither pains nor expense to mak tt th
GREAT MUSIC HALL OF THE WORLD I
It has an entlralr nw Auditorium, new Prosce
nium, a magnificent Dalcony, which alon will ac
commodate over 4QOprsoos, new OrohesUal Chair
which, for ease and elegance, cannot be surpassed.
F.verr seat In th nous has besn o arranged a to
enable e verr Deraoa to hav a full rfew of th ttaoe.
which has been fitted up with new Soeucry, new
Curtains and Appointments, by torn of th best
artists in th country. There has been nothing
left undone that would add to th comfort of th
The order of entertainment offered Is second to
no establishment In th world. In proof of which,
the following array of talent Is respectfully sub
mitted to the Intelligent, amusement-loving com
munity. MISS AGNES SOUTHERLAND,
Th Scottish Warbler.
MISS KATE PENNOYER,
The Popular Terpslehorean Artist.
MIS3 NELLIE TAYLOR,
The Charming Melodist.
THE COURT OF BEAUTY
Miss Jennie Allen, Miss Lllh Brandon,
Miss Clara Berger, Miss Tilly Forbes,
Miss Kate Harrison, Miss Anne Harrison,
M'lle Jennie, La Petit FJla,
TIIC BEAUTIFUL BALLET TROUPE I
GEO. R. EDF.S0N
The Great Comedian, Pantomlmtst, and Vocalist.
THE TALENTED CORPS D'ETHIOPEt
Willis Armstrong, Juggler.
H. W. Fagan, the Unm ailed Comedian.
T. M. Hajes, the Champion Clog Danoer of tht
Billy Emerson, the Reliable and Versatile Per
former. .M. Jean Cloak I, th Disci pi of Terpsichore.
J. Sylvas Clarke, the Acme of Punctuality.
Harry Talbot t, the Immense Tamborlntst.
Who will appear every evening In an olio pod
The evening entertainments will conclude with th
comU pantomime, entitled
THE RIVAL ART18AN8.
Jack Bnoodl - tieorg H. Larson.
Sam Wax - Willis Armstrong.
ADMISSION Balcony snd Parquctte.Sftets to
Orchestra Arm Chairs, 60 cts to Private Boxes,
holding six persons, ft&.
Two Or and Performance
THURSDAY, NEW YEAR'S DAT.
Afternoon, at a o'clock, for ladiu ahu cm tear.,
This will glv th Ladles a chanc to se
THI1 BEAUTIFUL TEMPLE OF MUSIC I
Admission to Afternoon Ladle, 0 cent; chil
dren, lu cts Usual night's entertainment tor Gen
tlemen at ?V o'clock. 44 11
Ninth itrtit, near Pmnsytpanta avenue.
A. M. HERNANDEZ
- JAMES PILGRIM
BF9T COMFINY IN AMERICA.
I00K AT THE
ARRAY OF TALENT.
A. M. HERNANDEZ,
ASD ItlS TALEliTe.D TROCPE.
First appearance of the Young and Beautiful
The great Irish Comedienne and Vocalist, who will
MONDAY EVENING, DFC. ,
In her great character of the
IH1MI PERFECT CURE
Alio In a characteristic Irl.h Melange, entitled
In nhUh she ulll sing her Original SODg of
"NO IRISH NFID APPLY"
Tbe Irish Wonder.
First Appearance of
MILE. MARIE ZQFt
MLLE. MARIE Z0L
MLLE, MARIE ZOh
MLLE. MARIE ZOE,
The Most Accomplished and Charming Danieuse
First Appearance of the Celebrated
.MR. . YATES,
MR. B. YATEB,
MR. D. YATEB,
MR. U. YATES,
The Great Comic Singers.
First appearance of
LA PETITE HELOIBE,
The Child Wonder, (only (he years of eg,) la
tarlcty oi Marvellous Performance,
With the Great
A. M lleruaudex,
A M. lleruaudex,
MISS ADA TE8MAN,
MISS ADA TESMAN,
STARH OF TlIE VARIETIES,
M USERlNd OVER TITTY PERfORMm!.
NEW YEAR'S DAY,
Two Urattd Fcrfbrmauc
CT Special Notice A Grand elatlnel
uhlay Afternoon, for thp accommodation Of 1
and Children, commencing at S o'clock,
MIS!" EVA DRGNT.
The Accomplished Vocalist,
I. FNOAOFD AT THIS ESTABLISHMENT,
And will appear
On Mouday Eveulng, Jauusry Oth
Parquctte and Family Clrcl
Private Boxes --..
Single Mats in Boxes
- 98 cent
Doors opes tt iu a'slock I rtrlpratnttl M OBaV