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A. IIom&iBta TnoiDrBiroMliD. 7?oMt.
inter, Mi FYfl.ve-H WM reported la Gsorge
rn on naturday, that an oU sua by the una of
aaa, ft eltlisa of that place, earing rnndihll
tnd othtr eonaexloai In and about' Lee burg,
i., left home early Uit week, for tat parpoM of
jinj inMarim. wncnneer tne piece or his
lUnatlon he waa either met ororertakea by a
n whodenuntfed of Mm his horse and eomjielled
n to dismount", when-he) deliberately cut hit
oat, thrtw him orcr the fenoe Into a brush
p, mounted hli horse end rod off. AH this
witnessed br a woman ,who ran to th nearest
use and Kara the alarm. When the neighbor
no mey round that Alcana wai not dead, and
Teyed him to a blacksmith shop and sent for a
ralclan. lath meaa time others went In pur
1 01 ids nnrof rcr, wnom xney rouna in me own
d, ploughing with tha horse ha had stolen. They
re ao exasperated at thla that they dispatched
i on ine spot.
'ht telegraph operator at Georgetown waa ln
led to bellera tha report, a dlapatch herlng
ne through hli Offlce to Means'e family, Inform
mem inai ne waa oaaiy wounded.
5 Stbkxt Baptist Ciiurch. The newly
cted pastor preached hla flrat aermon yesterday
rnlng. Tha houae wai very well Oiled. The
acher choaa for hla text id chapter of Jeremtah
1 15th rerie. Ha divided hla dlaoouraa Into two
ta, Tin 1st, What haa a church a right to ex
t from Ita paatorj tdl What haa apaitor a right
xpect from the church. Ill anawercd the flrat
stlon propounded, and left the aecond to be an
pred next tabbath. Heatated that the ch arch
b not a right to expect the paator to mum the
ponalblllty or each member. The church seeks
ha mlnUtrytheatandardoftta own ptetyj there
e a practical exemplification of what the mln-
r preachea la expected. The church haa a right
ixpeotapaaiortobeamao of prayeri alao. to
a man of itudy, A faithful prcientatlon of
fie scrip ougoiio required. The paator mutt
It, especially la tlmea of amotion. Finally the
irchexpeets from the paator an earnest devo
h to hta work. Tha discourse abounded In beau"
U diction and pollahed rhetoric If future ef-
la equal this, hla mlalitry here will be crowned
n eminent success.
Bcspiciok or Rodbert. Lait Friday after
ntwo colored, bo ja, named Louis Brown and
arew Powell, catered tha United States Cloth
Store, on Pennsylvania avenue, bargained for
ult of clothes, and preiented In payment a fjSOO
-niury note, . ne large amount ot tne note and
manner In which It waa offered aroused the
plclonsof the salesman, who immediately called
Policeman Pendell, who arrested the boys and
rled them to tha station house, where they
ye searched and 1 1 more In gold and alher waa
nd upon them. The only excuse they could
n for possessing so large a sum was, that they
ft been employed on the Government fortifies
bi around the cltTat $10 wages per month
y were aent to Jail for further examination.
tiOTOCa Conduct. About 10 o'clock Satur
eventnf a patty oryoung y agabonda came upon
lanty Inhabited by eolored people on Thirteenth
et near New York Avenue, and attacked It with
tac, breaking windows and seriously Injuring
oe of the Inmates. Patrolman Shackleford hear
th cry of watch hastened to the spot, but
n he arrived the party had disappeared down
(rteenth street. He overtook themjust as they
an stoning another hoSse. He rushed in
ong them and grasped one named Robert Toler.
e whole party then turedon hlm he drew his
lolver, and one of them struck him on the back
he head with a large atone, felling him to the
und. He, however, soon recovered hlmselt and
ceded In carrying off his prisoner.
"inal Commitment or Rooin. The caso of
nes Rogan, charged with robbing James Gil
1st, a soldier, of f 26 in Treasury notes, (noticed
(he RErvnucAK of last Friday, J was Anally dia
led of, Saturday, by Justices Thompson. The
soner was committed for court in default of
I. Three other prisoners, suspected of being
icerned In this robbery, were acquitted of that
trge, but turned over to the Superintendent of
(ice as suspicious characters.
Reorganization of tub Undine Boat
oa This boat club waa reorganised last week,
s composed of several prominent citizens. The
,h was In a flourishing condition before the war,
I was disturbed on aouount of the departure to
South of many of Its members. The boat went
a pleasurable excursion last Saturday evening,
had a gala time.
3 band Laucent. John Member waa arrest
h the Seventh precinct o Ulcers yesterday as
e of the persons engage d In the Hoover robbery.
jROvnt'i Theatre After a triumphant tour
the larger cities of New Vork, Philadelphia, ke ,
pet of the public, Miss Lucille Western, re
pears on the scene of her former success, open
; lathe characters ol Lady Isabel and Madame
ne, In the thrilling sensational, play entitled
jilt Lynne, or the Elopement. Miss Western
II be supported by Miss Susan Denln, Mr. Darton
11, Mr Charles Darron, and the entire company
e would Impress on the minds of those who hat e
t witnessed " fcast Lynne," the fare attractions
ilch this play possesses.
)n Tuesday, 'I East Lynne " will be repeated and
in will give way to attractions of a different but
trely less Interesting order.
UANTinBUBT. Tho entertainment to-ulght
11 be exceedingly attractive. The Juntlj cele
tted M'lle Galiottl will appear In an entirely
W ballet entitled "Li Belle VU andlere," which
represented to be of striking beauty, and In
itch the great artiste wilt hare an opportunity
I 'displaying hr superior talent. M'lles Augusta
d Marie, Mona. Szollosy, and the entire ballet
iupe, will also appear in this piece A new and
l nt amusing afterpiece will also be produced,
th Mr George R. Edesoa and Miss Lillle Aran
n In the principal characters
Varieties. A mammoutli LIU to-night. All
it Is attractive and which van posilbly be
wded Into one night's .double-performance Is
esented to-night at the Varieties. All the great
mpany appear. All the beautiful ladles, all the
lented comedians e. ery man, woman, and
lid In this great congress of performances will
pear In songs and dance In the " Old Folk's Con
rt," In the lonajldt marriage, In the " Hunter's
spatr.M In the "Brigands, or the Midnight As
1 skin," with "Jumbo Jumi" and lots of fun.
Strong's Washington and the War, la the
1 le of an entirely new and lnterestingexhibltlon,
result of the genius of I). A. Strong. It is a
ti view of everything pertaining to Washington
at may Interest either citizen or stranger, and
eludes many thrilling incidents of the battle
his of the present war The initial exhibition is
veu to-night at Wlllards' Hall.
fio to WniTEnunsT. 431 Ponnevlvanla nve.
lie, to obtain superior Likenesses at reduced
ices, rue vnru wgnctiva, luiutcny tutu m 93
r dozen, now selling: at tH half dozens, same
, te. Colored Imperials reduced from f so to iJOi
Ulnar whole sire colored at only 6. 1 will excel
"Colored Cart dt UUti," having secured the scr
ees of a superior artist for that branch of bust
us. Likenesses of many of those fallen la battle
.n be obtained herei also card photographs ot
omlnsnt men, both oh 11 and mllltarj
Who Will de Cured We deal re to call
icclal attention to the advertisement of the oele
ated Dr Vellnj , which anpeara In another column
he Doctor is a safe and reliable praotltloner, whose
till and experience Is a guarantee that the unfor
mate victim of certain fndlacretlona can with con-
nce intrust his case in hla bands. Let ouog
rn be warned In time, and seek tha best means of
A Word or Advice. Thowe who have been
)otorlng for weeks and months without obtaining
illef, should consult Dr. Flshblatt, whose office Is
(No 131 street, corner of Eighth street, and be
ulloally cured. Twenty-five ears experience has
itaousnea ur riioumui rcjnuauon as ajjhiil
I. Rfwant piii cured in few lva nhar.A
loderate. un mbijulait,
I No.iSl Estreat, corner of Elrhtti.
.... .. - .------- .-.
II Opposite the General Fust Offlce.
Thh onlv nlace where you can purchase India
LftWrr goods of all kinds at Manvjaciumt prices, u
It if a. HALL'S India Rubber Warehouse. 110
lennsylvanla avenue, between Ninth and Tenth
r recis. war 11
WASHiNOTOH.Mayie. 1863 The sum 01
,iiu IxiIIara will ttm IMlil far tli dllvri. at thla
ard. of 4cVbf tbelollowlne- named uaraons.de-
m . m -. . K.1...1 .,...- ...... f
Criers wuniu nuitu aitiivs iiiu, m
Acting Master's Mate Abet C Thorne
ANDREW W. HAHWOOD,
aiay tMt Commandant Navy Yard, etc
r P I 0 I A L .
k. Wa DlfABTMEJtT, )
A rtiVTART GratnAL's Orricc, J
WaSHIHOTOH. AnHI OK. 1HI (
Gehxral Obdim, Wo. I0cV-The orguliaUon ol
a Invalid Corps la hereby authorized.
t ! O'P'ebaHeonalBtofeoapaalee, and if It
shall hereafter be thought beet, of battalions.
Tha com panics shall ba made up from' the follow
ing sou reei, ii
rirsf. By taking- those offleert and enlisted men
of commands now la the field rwhathi art, ..n.
present er temporarily abasat) who, ftom woaada
received In action or disease contracted In the Una
of duty, are unlit for field service, but are atllt ea
pin di vaecuvo garrison duty, or suoh other light
mental Commanders shall at one make out, from
Information received from their Medical and Com
pany Officers, and from their owa knowledge, rolJa
(according to the form furnished) of the namei of
all the officers and enlisted men under their com-
minos wno luinu u zouowivg eondltlooa, rill
1. That they are unfit for aotlre field service on
account of wounda or disease contracted In the
Una of duty thla fact being certified by a Medical
Officer in the aerrlce, after personal examination.
J. That they are fit for garrison duty 1 thla fact
miugiiiw e(iiiiu of ine medical Officer, aa
abore, after personal examination.
. That they are, la the opinion of their Com-
manaiog uiacers, mertionoua and deserving.
These rolls shall be certified br tha Eiftmintn.
Surgeon and Regimental Commander, and trans
mitted, through the regular channels of mint.
correspondence, to the Provost Marshal General of
in uniieu aiaies.
The Regimental Commander shall enf er into th.
column of remarks, opposite each omp n.m.
on the roll, a statement aa to the general character
of the officer for Intelligence, Industry, sobriety,
and attention to duty 1 and all Intermediate Com
manders shall Indorse thereon such facts aa they
may possess la tha case, or If they hare none, they.
shall state how far they are willing to indorse the
opinion of the officer or offioers making the recom
mendation. Similar rolls shall be fo warded from
time to time, whenever the number of men fulfill
ing the conditions enumerated or the exigencies
of the service may render it expedient.
Srrond. Dy taking those officers and enlisted men
still in service and borne on the rolls, but who are
absent from duty, la hospttala or convalescent
camps or are otherwise under the control of mrti.
cal officers. In these cases the medical officer in
attendance shall prepare the rolls according to
form, entering the names of officers and men from
the same regiment on a roll by themselves, and
send them, with the certlflcateof the surgeon, duly
signed, to the proper regimental commander, who
will forward them, as heretofore specified, subject
10 iub mme conuiuoDi ana requirements. If Jq
any case, the regimental commander shall think
an officer unfit, In point of character, to continue
in the service of the Invalid Corps, thouih disabled
and certified by the surgeon, he will state his ob
jection in me eoiumn 01 remarks, and note the
ccptlon before signing the certificate. If anv offl,
cer or enlisted man now la the aervlce, but absent
and beyond the reach of a medical officer In charge
of a Iwspltal or convalescent camp, desires to en
ter this corps, he will take the course Lndic&tMt
below for those who have been honorably dls-
vunrru wis crrica.
Third, By accepting those officers and enlisted
men who have been honorably die charred on is.
count oi wounas or disease contracted In the line
of duty, and who desire to re-enter the service. In
the case of an officer, application for aDDolntmni
must be made to the Proioit Marshal General of
me united states inrougn tne officer detailed as
Acung Assistant iToroit Marshal General of the
State. No application of thla kind will be oomM.
ered unless the followlngcondltlons are completely
1. That the applicant produce the certificate nl
the Surgeon of the Board of Enrollment for the Dis
trict In which he resides, that he Is unfit for aotlve
field duty on account of wounds or disease, and Is
not name to urait, out ta ot for garrison dutr.
3. That he furnish evidence of honorable dis
charge on account of wounds or disability con-
iracted In the line of duty.
. mm e prouuee recommendations from the
Regimental, Brigade, and Division Commanders
under wftom ne formerly served, that he is worthy
of being thus provided for and capable of returning
adequate Ben lee to the Government. In case it
shall be Impracticable to get this last evidence, he
may, having established the first two points above,
satisfy the Board of Enrollment that he is deserv
ing, and present Its certlflcateof the fact. This
evtdenoe must all be obtained by the applicant, and
must do transmitter witn bis application for ap
If there be no Acting Assistant Provost Marshal
General for the State, the application may be for-
waraea inrougn tne Aojutani uenerai of the State,
who is desired to Indorse thereon such facts In the
military history of the applicant as he mar know.
or as are afforded by his records, and forward the
same to the Provost Marshal General of the Uni
ted States. Enlisted men, honorably discharged
on account of disability, desiring to re-eollst In
this corps, will present themselves to the Board
of Enrollment for the District In which they reside,
for examination by the Surgeon thereof, who shall
examine them and report the resultto the Board
The Board shall then consider each cast', and If
the applicant Is found to iulnl the conditions spe
cified below, the Board shall give hlu a certificate
to that AFect, Mtt
1 That he Is unfit for service In the field.
2. That he Is tit for garrison duty,
1. That he Is meritorious and deserving,
. That he waa honorably discharged from the
The Proost Marshal for the District shall then
send the application, with this certificate of the
Board, to the Acting Assistant Proiost Marshal
General of the State, who shall procure such evi
dence of service and character as the records ol
the compan) to which he belonged, on file at the
headquarters of the State, may show, and if satis
fled that It Is a meritorious case, and that the man
Is deserving, he will enltat him In accordance with
such special rules as the Provost Marshal General
Medical Inspectors, Surgeons In charge of hos
pital-, Military Commanders, and all others hat log
authority to discharge, under existing laws-and
regulations, are forbidden to grant discharges to
any men under thelrcontrol who may be fit for ser
1 Ice in the Invalid Corps.
The rroost Marshal General Is charged with
the execution of thla order, and the troops organ
lzcd under It wl Jibe under the lontrol of his Bu
By order of the secretary of War :
E. D. TOWNSEND,
may 9 dim Asslstaut Adjutant General.
r Y V I C I A L
War Department. )
Adjutant General's Orricc, J
Washihotun, May 18, 1863.)
1 he following officers having been reiwrtrd at
the headquarters of the army for the oflences here
tnaftrr specified, are hcrebj notified that the) will
stand dlsmlsied the service of the United States
unless within fifteen (16) da) s from this date the)
appear before tho Military Commission now In
session la thla city, of which Brigadier General
Rlcketts, united States volunteers, Is President.
and make satisfactory defence to the charges
ADICNCE WITHOUT TROVER AUTHORITY.
Capt. Nathan Daniels, Third Wisconsin volun
Capt. refer Dooley. Thirty-seventh Massachu
First Lieutenant Alexander Mills, Thirtieth New
Second Lieutenant unas u. De Forrest, Ninety
fourth New .ork tolunteers.
K D. TOWNSFND,
Assistant Adjutant General.
Y Y I C I A L
IMPORTANT ORDER FROM THE PROVOST
Provost Marihal Glnthai's On he, i
Washington, D. C , May 15, 18u
Provost Marshals and members ot boards of en
rolment appolntrd under the "Ait for enrolirgand
calling out the national forces, and for other pur
poses," approved March 3, 1863, are herebj notified
that their appointments will be regarded as de
clined unless the) tramedlatel) Inform the Provost
msranai General of their acceutance ami readiness
to enter at oove upon their duties. The notice of
acceptance is to be sent by telegraph when practi
cable. The formal acceptance and oath are to be
sent by mall, as dlreoted In the letter of appoint-
u'' JAMES B. FRY,
T W Provost Marshal Central
QFPIOI A L ,
Wasbihotoh Citt, t. C, Jan. 28, 1801.
In consequence of tho preeeure of btulneaa at
the War Department, passes for cltlsena to visit
the Army of tho Potomac will beff lyes at the office
of Uaut. Col. Con rad, tu Pennsylvania arenue,
abOTQWUeteenth a tree t. J a so
rpo FLA8TEREnS....WANTED IM.
JL mHllr Thirtr Pl.il.t.n, to work on th.
Troaurr EiUoiIon. Hon. but rood workman need
PP'r. to whom food wpt will b. rlT.n.
rn.yl.-lw Engineer In Chirr..
"TTANTED..-A CAMUEK TO DE.
Urer thli paper. Apply at thla offloe.
T7-ANTED....AT THE tfEW YORK
T T Employment Ar.ncf Offlee, No. all Ninth
() Whit, ud Colored GIRLS, with rood r.f.r-
W.ltre.iH, Nurm ud Seamitr...... Al.o.Toun.
Colored Men. to wait on tablea In Prtr.t. Famlllr.
or Hotele. Alao wanted, houaae Immediately, with
or without furoltura. Employer. In want of rood
help, will Urn) It to their adrantare to .all.
m.T-t ft. II. MILLER.
LOST AND FOUNlT
T OST.-FIVE DOLLARS REWAKD.-.
XJ Last on Sunday, May M, between Thirteenth
andTentn streets, or oa one of those streets, be
tween B and IF.asmall GOLD CHAIN with a AiVW
Onl attached. The tinder will receive the above
reward on leavlngthe chain and cent at thla offlce.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
I51OR. SALE, CHEAP FOR CASH.
. The whole or part of six lots on Pennsylvania
Avenue, near th Naw yfH Antainin ant
l,OpO square feet, corner lota, an excellent loca
tion for bulldlne1. eorrcet erril4a. and n.rwt titt
Inquire at the Washington and Georgetown Dlreo-
wijwime, ,,u. v4 Bcvroia siree. west, room No.
O. Also a law ennlti fifths 1iifstAw trm iati -
etleipriM (a. .pji-tf
with board, mar h h&d atiai wt arU
orgetown Heights. my t tl
RARE CII ANCE.-TUE GOOD WILL,
A & .nJ.iH.1l .l.1. n AA ."
fMv "..i..u,mii1iutW luirr, imouni.
log to about one thousand dollars, In the best part
of the Avenue, for sale. A good stand for a Cloth
Ins;, Sutler, and Saddlery Store Enquire for
particulars at the General Agency Offlce, fill Mnth
street north, near Pennsylvania avenue. Also.
City Property, In all parts of the elty, for sale.
Houses to let, with furniture for Bale, i oqulre as
above. W. H. MlXLKR.
GODEY'S LADY'S HOOK
MAD. DF.MORESTS MIRROR OF FASHIONS!
Juat puhllahed and for aale bv
Bookaeller and Stationer,
my l Iw Ml Ptnn. ar.uue.
JTEW NOVEL I NEW NOVEL!
A new novel br "The Darooeia Tautphe.ua," au
thor of "Qulla," "The Initial.," ke., Juat pub
Uahed, and for aale bj
Dookafller and Stationer,
may It lw mi rrnmylvanla arenue.
TffKW 11 O O K .
LEAVES FROM THE DIARY OF AN ARMY
Or, Ineld.nta of Field. Camp and Hoipltal Lire. Br
Thorn.. T. Ellla, M. 1) , late fo.t Surreon at New
York, and Actlnj Medical Dlreolor at White
Juat recelrrd and for aale by
DookMlUr and Stattonerr
jnv-3w IM fenn. avenm.
J P EECIl ES AND LKCTUHE9,
Thla work la alreadv In the handa of th. nrtnt.ra.
and will be l.iurd ahorlly It will be rotten up In
th. .KIT ITVLE of Amrrlcan workm.nahln.rrnm
the Cambridge Unlver.lty preiat printed on fine
tinted paper) bound In rich maroon vellum! and
uiuiiraieu wun a atrlkingllkeneaa or Mr. PhlUlpi,
on ateel, by II. W. Smith. It will be In crown oc
tavo, of at leaat fiod pare.. Price S3. Sent by
mall prepaid to ant part of the United State., on
rec.lpt of the retail price. Will be ready In June.
Prompt!) furnl.hed by
G W LIGHT, Arent,
my 18-.tdfc2tw 12 Tremont Street, Boator
247. RESTAURANT, 24Y.
FORMERLY OF NEW YORK.
Th. Proprl.tor of thla Favorite Reit.ur.nt
merely dcafrea a continuance ol that reneroua pau
iuuw wuicii una ucrriuiure ucca ue.iow.4i, luiiy
aatlatled of hi. ability to convince the public that
hla eatabllahmeot ranka amonr th. beat In the
THE VERY BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS,
of all that the appetite can crave, either to eat ot
drink, can be obtained at
THE Q0SL1NU RESTAURANT,
No. S41 Penn'a. avenue,
bet. 13th and lltli eta.
N. B At the requeat ol many cuatomeri, the
proprietor haa arranged to make a reduction, to
regular boarder, of ao per eent. on th. regular bill
of fare. de 24
W E I. C K E It ' S
(A la Maiton Doirt,)
aa PENNSYLVANIA AVFNUF,
Bet ween Nluth and Tenth streets, (up stairs )
The proprietor of this fatorlte Restaurant has
spared no pains to make this the beat Restaurant
In Washington) and he points with pleasure tothe
iarre patronage he has always bee a honored with,
and respectfully solicits a continuance of the same.
UAMK, UYSrK.HH, and other refreshments con
stantly on hand, and at the most reasonable rates.
prepared at the shortest notice and In tkemost
Breakfast from S to 12 o'clock. Dinner and Sup
per at all hours. may tf
'. 401 Eighth Street, between E and F Streets,
(OPPOSITE THE OENXK1L POST 01TICE,)
WASHINGTON, D. C.,
L AN OLE Y fit FARNAM Proprletcr.1
The Larder and Bar of this House are constant!)
supplied with the choicest of all the varieties the
Dinners and Suppers for Parties rotten up at the
shortest notice by experienced cooks
(Cf- amllies supplied with Ojsters, Game, &o
maylm J ; J
r HEAT INDUCEMENTS
X to rt'HCHAlEna or
OFFICERS' SUTLERS' AND PURVEYOHv'
Ao , fcfl , ac,
PURE WINKS AND LlqUURl,
C10ARS AND TOBACCO,
At who.e.ale and retail.
Furchaarre are ln Ited to call and examine thla
large and well aelecled atoelc ef choice good.
Ever) article will be olfered at
IIREATLY REDUCED PRICE",
Which cannot fall to git e aatl.f.otlon
U XJ. . HATES,
formerly Oatea Ji noil,
Tit l'enniylvanla avenue,
may IJ-lfll oppo.lte Wlllard'a Hotel.
VT'dll.I, A WITHEIIOW,
STEAM P It E 8 S 1'RINTKIU,
E rTRECT, BETWEEN ILEIZNTI! AltDTWEErTII ITI ,
Ont Squart Nona o frnarvvcnla a vtnut,
may S dmlf Waahlnglon, D t
TUIi (MONBAT) EVEN1NO, MAT 19,
Rret nlfht of th. Foart of th. American Itare,
REAPPEARANCE OF Mill SUSAN DFNIN.
MR. BARTON MILL.
Reappearance of Mr. CHARLES DARRON.
Flrit and lait time but on. of C.W. Tayl.urfi dra
matisation of Mra. Wood'a (reat.at no.l,
j L.ilr laahel
Lucille Weatern .,....;
Suian Denln aa
Cbarlea Barron aa'.'.V.V.V.V.'.
Admlailon 35, 60, and 7S cent..
"V" A8HINOTON T1IEATHE,
T CORNER ELXtEJITIt AMD L aTRECTI
MONDAY F. KNINQ, MAY IS,
Will be preiented Mra. Harriet Beecher Mowr'a
aubllm. work of
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN, or Ufa Among the Lowly.
Illuatrated by a large and refined company of
The moat Truthful, Beautiful, and loiplrlng Scen
ery, Startling Mechanical Eirect., Appropriate An
polntmenta, and all the Utlrtnal Mualc.
Seata aecured three ilaya in advance without ex
tra charge, rrlcea of Adml.alon aa uiual. For
full particular., aee circular.. ma) la it
ADD P E I, L oTv b"1 " II A I. I. '
TUESDAY EVENINO, MAY 1,
And eiery El enlng during the Week,
OREAT STEREOSCOPIC PANORAMA OF THE
AMERICAN CIVIL WAR,
Vlewa at Home and Abroad, Statuar), (kc.
In connection with
SANDERSON'S RUSSIAN WAR,
Each EVENING, ami on WEDNESDAY and
Adml.aion, 20 cental Reicrtcd Seata, M centii
Children, IS cent. u) t If
AKTEIlBtn Y II A I, L ,
Ixulliana Atmut, mar Sixth Strtet.
VIFARkLLELED ll'tcril Ol
M'LLE ANNETTA OALLETTI,
M'LLE ANNETTA GALLCTTI,
M'LLE ANNETTA OALLrTl I,
M'LLE ANNEITA OALLKTTI,
M'LLE ANNETTA GALLETTI,
The greateat Danacuie In the world.
The great Canterbury haa been filled to nMilotinn
eiery nlrht with enthu.laatlo and delighted audi
ence., wno nav. .vlneed their appreciation, or thla
wonderful Ternalchorean Artlile by repeated
TORRENTS OF APPLAUSF.
MISS AONE8 8UTIIEUI.AND,
Th. Celebrated Scottl.h Nightingale.
The beautiful Military Dallet, arrange,) by MONS
M'LLE ANNETTA OALI.F.TTt
wilt appear aa LA BELLE VI VANDIERF,
aialated by M'llea Avoubta and Ma nic, and Mom.
SroLLoav ami Moi.a AlHiraom,
TIIE BlJAl'TIFUL CORPS DE DALLET
Flr.t week of the Great Banjolat and Negro Per
former, Mr. J. II. BUDWORTH,
whowlll appear each evening luarholcea.leatlnn
of Banjo Soloa, Negro Fxtravagamaa, Ac , kc
Alao, Maater FRANK BUDWOR1H, the Jutenlle
The Irreitatlkle bon of Moinui
In addition to the above great attraction.,
THESTAR COMPANY OF THE CANTIHBURY,
M'LLES AUGUSTA AND MARIF,
The Fairy Stara,
AND THE COURT OF BEAUTY,
Kate Harrl.on, Julia Richmond,
Lilly Brandon, Lucy Clifton,
Annie Ldwarda, Beu.a Wollmrt
O It. EDKSON,
The great Comedian and Pantoiuliulat, who will
appear aa Paddy Mmph).
MONS. J B. L S70LLOSY,
The renowned Maltrrde Ballet and l'auloiiilml.t,
GREAT BALLET TROUPE
The talented and veriatlle performer, who.e t arid
acta hate. tamped him one of thvgic.te.t
iierformera of the age.
The popular Inlerlocutcr, &c , A.c.
The CQtertalnm.ute will conclude with the fantnii.
eatrat aganza entitled the
I It I S II M A N IN I N D I .
Paddy Murph), (with aong) .... Geo It Fdeion
Ko Ret, the Man-catcher . . ..Mln Lilly Brandon
Oilier character, by the Corpa Uraniatlaiie
Door, open at 7 V o'clocki Performance at 8
Adniliilon 'ti anii&Ocentii Prhate Uiiai., j
A flKANl) MATINEE
SATURDAY AFTERNOON. Foil LADIF1 AND
When the Great Canterbury Company will appear.
Door, open at 3 o'clock
Admlnion LadteeUOcenti) children Mcenti
AT I h I T A H Y QO 0 1)8
WALL, STEPHENS h. CO ,
3ST4 Penhsvlvania Avenvl,
Offer the largest assortment In this cltj , embrac
ing all qualities used by ottloers In the Arm) and
Navy, such aa
Swords, Sashes, Belts. Shoulder-straps, Hats,
Caps, Pistols, ate , to., with a fine assortment of
uniform clothing, with which we oan furnish o di
cers complete outfits In a few moments.
WALL, STEPHENS U CO,
344 Pennsylvania Avenue
aiirio till Intel., Star, thron
riiO THE OKFICKHS OF TIM: AM
arrhed, by direct lmportatlou per steamer
Fulton, from Europe, a very line aud large assort
ment of Marino, Opera, Field Glasses, and Tele
scopes, which I will sell a very little abote the
cost ln Paris. As to the qualities, there are none
superior to be had, having been selected purposely
tor tnis mantei. aiio, a urge and well-assorted
stock of Opera Glasses, Microscopes ( gold, sllter,
and steel Spectacles and Eye Glasses, suited to the
sight by the use of an Optometer. A considerable
uumber of certificates to be seen at my ofUce, from
gentlemen who have beeo suited at my establish
ment. 425 PnintyUania avenue, btUoetn Fnr aiui-a
half tout Sixth utrteti.
My Ratabllabmeut la lip atalra.
Glant JUltd to iuit. The trade bupplied.
Oct lo ly
DH . F I S II U L A T T ,
Of No. 1, corner of Eighth and E streets,
Opposite the General Post Ufflce,
Can be consulted on RHhlMATIC AFFLCTIObS,
rQHSVMPTlON, LIVER COMPLAINTS CUIiOMC
AFFkcriOSS, aa well as all Diaeasesof Imprudence,
of whate. er character, and which may be declared
incurable by other physicians. He engages to make
;n Immediate cure.
From his lengthy practice In the science of medl
olae, he Is enabled to oiler himself to the public aa
being the only one In Washington capable of atlord
log speedy relief All cases curable will to guaran
tied He warrants a cure without tha m of mei.
jury or any other dangerous medicine Reveut cases
surod In two or three days.
n, s. aueiMrs auurvsisk to ur. r.. at Ms omoe, ro.
431. eornerof Eighth and streets, opposite Gen
red Post otllse, will recti vs tmmedute attention,
TUT ILLARD'S HALL,
P Itra.t, r.ar of WIH.rda' Ilat.l.
MONDAY KVENINO, MAT 18, 183,
WASHINGTON CITY AND THE WAR,
IVA.HINUTON CITY AND THE WAR,
Deilgned and executed by the cel.brated artl.t,
MR. DAVID A STRONG.
A aerlei of repre aentatlona, correct In .very par
ticular, of the City of Washington, with Ha
STREET HOUSES, PUBLIC BUILDINGS, FOR.
TIFICATIONS, PROMENADES, PUB
LIC LEVEES, HOSPITALS,
Ac, Ac , Ac.
Thla work la the flrit of the kind ever attempted
In America, and la doubly Intereitl.g from the
fact that faithful repreientatlona are given of all
... "laiuii hi iiio iiciijiit oi wtuninsTKra, wnien
.......iH.nri. iur Miitniiun gi ine woois worm
and the Interest of which hatabn nth an im.
rortant matter with th Mtitn nf var.intAn
particularly, who, with deep Interest natural to
' viiii"i ii.e waicuru invse conniers 10 T Tne
and by deep study, consequent upon their Import
""i tihiiiij iniuiiirir wun many 01 inese
THRILLING INCIDENTS OP THE BATTf.F-
which are so correctly portrayed by the a;reat ar
tist Stronr To straorers as well as citizens this
maynincent exhibition Is rull of Interest, for here
they mar see, with satisfaction, man) hundreds of
points of Interest, which would escape them In a
mere cursory sjlance of the Capital. To lend ad
ditional satisfaction to all,
AN EXPERIENCED ELOqUENT LECTURER
will address the audience on eaeh point of the en
tertainment STRONG'S WASHINGTON AND THE WAR
Hill be opened to the publleon
MONDAY EVENING, MAY 18,
and eiery night during the week.
For the especial conrcnlenceor Ladles, Children,
rlP r.Mill.a II,... uilll I.. . r.-. .. a. -a... a
i . neaa. .., Ilini IT ill l.r It U1RI1U AUfH iHlOl l.'
WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY AFTERNOONS
Admission 29 cents. Chltdrpn 15 cnt
Commence Night, nl 8 o'clock. Afternoon, at I
iVnlswiLr ... '.
w .bn, my 1911
AfAY COXCKIIT -THE CHILDREN
1,1 of the Public School, of the Third Dl.trlct
will rlre Concert of oi.l Mu.lc, under the di
rection of Prof J II D.nlel, at Odd Fellowa' Hail,
(Nat) lard), onTUKDAi F.ENINO, May llh
1HC3, commencing at 7 o'clock
AdmlMton IS ccnlet children 10 cenla.
CJ-The Piano uif.l on thla occailon la from the
eitabll.hmentof John F Ellii, maylS 3t"
Fronting PmmghanUx Am. and .VlnfA SI.
IIAMDLIN fc CO ,
FIT7 SIMMONS .
. .stage Manager k Advcrtlaer.
Ml'SIU HALL AND AL E ILLE THEATRF.
Combination or Beauty and Art, Grace, Elegance,
Wit, and Rumor t
THE VEHY BEST VENTILATED EDIFICK
In Americathe building FULL OF WI.NDOWS,
and arranged expressly for a COOL SUMMER
PLACE OF AMUSEMENT-froatlog THREE
BROAD STREETS) an advantage onl) possessed
by this grand Temple of Amusement f
Within Its frame ivaIIi. nil (ht Inrmis !,.
tlful, and pleasing hold their happy away t Lovely
Fares, Sparkling E)rs, and Enchanting Smilest
Brilliant Beauties, nlth Lo.ely Forms) Acturs,
Actresses. Mniters, and Dancers)
A I ULL BALLET TROUPF,
A DRAMATIC COMBINATIO.V,
i ihloplan Artistes, Musicians, and others.
No more sweltering In warm places of amuse
ment pass away jour siimtniT evenings In this
COOL HALL OF ENTFRTAINMFNT.
K DrlllUnt Series of No, elites,
A MaKOirtient List of Star and Stock Artists
The great rantomlmlc Performer,
MR. HARKV LESLIE.
Tlioer) best Ethiopian IVrformer,
W II BUDWORTH
The )oung Prima Donua,
MISS ADA TESMAN.
The FMry Child or Nature,
The ) outhful Queen of Song,
Miss Florence, M'lle (.eraldlne. Miss Wll-on.
Miss Lester, Jennie Forrest, Addle Jobusoo.
niau l'.I ln. !.. till ' I. I. '
" ... -Biur- riigriui, r rnnK iverns.
Bob Hall, John Puree U,
and various other artistes
First time here ofthe
OLD fOLKS OCNKCRT.
Or, talhrriand ytothntofthf Oldtn lime.
Represented by Fifteen Grandfathers and Mothers)
their classic singing consisting or " Old Hundred "
A Marriage will be celohrated on the stage, between
the jnuthful lovers Grandfather Grubblns, aged
too, anil (jrtPdmother Serubbtns, aged lb). The
tvi .MtiiR tn.p win ne iieiDura among me Huuient
A (sOLD RINC1 UILI. HP. IM iHl- ( akp
The gentleman who obtains It will please rite, so
nana. n mo nu'iiciivr turij pvo Him.
A iirirt launh In In at ore for erer Imik
Durlugfhe etenlng nenrly one hundret acts of
slngtng, dancing, 4c , by the Triple Company oT
First night of Jm Crow Rice's famous Fthloplan
Juiubu J U lit
Jumbo Jum W. S. Dudworth
inaraciers u) tne urainatie Lompauy
First utght of a new and brilliant dh ertlsement,
by the Llustrr of Grace
First night of the romantic pantomime of the
Urlgnufte or, The SllUulgltt Assasalu.
rrrimrr .Harry Italic
Characters by tho Pantomime Iroupe.
Replete with latlei,x and Urllllunt Mtects t
Tables x of the SLRPHISF, ATTACK, DEATH
OF THE CHIEF
In prfparatluu, and will shortl) be produce.!,
Fit; Mm morn' auciessful drrfmritiintloii In one
akt, six aiems, and ihe tableaux oTthe
Aun icdiimnas . . ino Krencit ap)
1 his tttei,tlvo dramatic and tKenla arraus;emeut
Is replete with shining combats, table-tux, ic
Iht'ihaniplou lady I log Unc. r. Mist M-LLIF
HUU AHL), now hmln.' recoiertd (rom i. aevete
liidliM,iltion, will pONJth el) ippear on the 'J5th
Mla4 Lmii. FiiiNii, premier daiitfeuse, will
shortly appear the HLknowleded Washlugton
Admission. 1 and M ctsi Prl ate B-xes, $i.
in j 14
u( i:pthk i:xr.iu ihk, fou i.adiks
IO AND CHILDREN, also, the corresponding
hut moie AtliletU Indian Club or Mudictr h xer-
cise, iur ufiuirpirn, iur ine pret eniion anu correc
tiou of drfurniltl. one-siiledness. &a . ur. recom.
men.Ud b) the medical proiftfKion and oftltcrsof
inearni) iiie) supercede uumo nous niiiniil,a
llsthenic exercises No officer, merchant, or cleric
should le without them, the) promote a health)
circulation, tit elope and strengthen the chest and
spine In a moat extraordlnar) manner, gh lug such
elastlclt) andatrei gthto the shoulders, arms and
wrUtsttu.t the sword and baouet are used with
double force and facility, andlnviluable to singers,
as the oWe linprosln iiropottlon to the expan
sion of theLhest 1o ladies ulm cannot take out
door exercise, they are of Incalculable henerit
My cUssea lor Dtnclng and Deportment nt WIN
lards' Hall, and at Georgetown, are largely at
tended by the of both cities. unJ I can, with
much satlsfsLtloii, refer to the Parents of my pu
pil In thorte who requlri tuition on the io!lnt
Vlditnctlio, and iinyiij, or "Jinithing lessons," may
ante time auJ exnenso hv studying; under me
For Cards of Terms, Address
PPOINTMKNTS HY TIIK
oai MUISIUI, (.1 NERAL
(Oil If I VL )
PnnOHT MihiitAi (ttEH.L's Or t ti , )
Ma) 16, 1S63 J
ll,o follow ingihanges and nppolntments are an
nounced as ha ing been made unJer the art lor en
rolling and tailing out the national fniivi, an
Itrnveti March 3, 13b3
HKlitli distilct Captain II S Kupp, proost
marshalt Jat-ob C Holt, commUtiouert Dr. P. (.
Tenth district Dr Janus Carpenter, surgeon,
ice llnlberstndt, Mppotiitineiit taiueled
Twelfth district Captain h Uradlord.provosl
marshal, ,Ur Kett.ham decllntd
Fourtrtiitiidlstilit Dr s 1 1m lion, surgeon
iloi lo' dei lined
louitetiuih .luiriit Windham Domlnlck, coin
mUnlonrr, v Ue toman, declined
si enteenthdistrUr fc.hu lerF Judd, uoiumls
Itinei , Ice J udsoH, d cllned
1 neiit)-lourth ilmtrM Jinus M vril, com
tnlsaioner, lu I'omero), niipolutiuent cancelled)
Di (eeoice U 1.I, siiigeou, vue hneeland, ap
Ihi iit)-seientbdUiikt Jtmra N Eldridge, vom
mtsilner, vUe 1 IiiloIii, deollued
Mijor A s Dlni, itjutiuit (.tncral ol oluu
lei r h is been detnlb I to aid the War Depart
ment tu the arrest ot dtserlers, and In securing
uniformity In the execution of the t nrolment act
In the JJt, JSTli J6th, Stith, mh, 20th ?9th, JUth,
and Slit districts of thi Male uf New . ork- head
iiutrters at Urn Ira
llfthdlstrUt James A .Mi.'Menns.coiniiilsvloner,
viit- Irevlua), de lim l
. ONNFi Tli I I
second district Augustus Putnam oommlsslon
er, lice Wright, declined; Dr Smuet t. Hubbard,
surgeon, lce Ne dec), be J
ma) t4 Proton Marshal General,
JOHN R ELVANB,
JOHN R. CLVANS,
JOHN R. KLVANS,
809 PKNNSILVANIA AVENUB,
809 PENNSTLVANIA AVENDK,
809 PENNSTLVANIA AVENDK.
WAREHOU,r-0 C STREET NORTH AND
METAL WORKER'S 8T00K.
Conilatlng In part ai below
IMd, In pig,, ban, alietta tod pipe,
Tin, In pig,, ban and ibeoU,
Zinc, In pig, and ihwti,
Copper, In Ingou, bar, and ibceU,
Iron, band, ihett and plate.
Steel, Caat, (Kjuere, round and octagon) a
chlnery, (round) lire, Spring, Dilate r, &c,
Rnula Bheet Iron,
Oalvanlied Btrap Iron,
Ac, AC AC
IUjACKSMITHrr AND WHEETj
llube, Bpokw. Ftlloce, Circle oak. ash. hlckj
ory, elm and gum,
Shads, Voire, Blugletrree oak and hickory.
A ilea, commou and patent. Black and Bright
Kllptlc Springs, Axle Boies,
Nnte, Washers, Kerrnlee, Malleable Castings,
Philadelphia and Eastern Carriage and Tire
Bolts, (factory price,)
Stump Joints, Axle Clips, Top Props, Knobs
Anvils, Vlcee, Horse Hasps, Smlthi Files,
Hammers, Shoeing Knives,
Bar Iron and Steel, In erery grade and ilie,
Enameled Dnck, Drill and Muslin, (at mann-
Ac, Ac., Ac.
CABINET AND UPHOLSTERY
Hair Cloth, IB to SO Inrli.
Orceu, Brown, blue and other rolored Can
vass, Tuft buttons, all colors,
Moss, Curled Hair,
Upholsterers Tacks, I.I i; lit Tacks,
Brass aud Iron S rews.
Blind and WluJow Fastenings and Trim
mings, CastorsBed, Chair, Table and Socket Brace
Bark Saws, Kscutf boons,
Screw Hlngi, otr.,
Drawer, Cupboard, 'I 111, Chest, linx and Trunk
Iorks lu grtMU yarlwty,
Ac., Ac, AC.
BUILDERS' HARDWARE AND
I'laDM Umelj, rJaab, flow, lleaJ, lUlibtt, Ac,
Chltela and UnaKM firmer, Bockrt and Turn
era', Brace, and Bltti;
Bracea without Ultis, extra Ulna,
Hand, Pauutt aud Kip Saw,,
Gimlet pointed ticrew, Iron and braie,
Lock, and Latchea,
Knoba, Eacutcbeoua, Ac,
Pulley, Baih Cord, Saw Bet,,
Squares, Uerela, LeTeJa, Coinpat, Bawa,
lllugea, Uutt, Wrounht, Htrap, I and Unci,
Ilingea, Uaapa 0, 3 and lOlurb,
Door Sbeavea, Door Hall, Dell Pull,, Ac,
Nail, and Splkea, cut and wrougbt,
&., AC, AC.
AOENT In tho District or Columbia for
"Putnam" bammexeU llorte Nails,
"Diamond Stale" llora. BhoM,
"0 asi P" Hon, and Mult BbOM.
0. M'OniRE- CO .
LOT NEXTTO THE GENERA priTMTtr
roniALt, orr.erof Elghtk and K atneta. Will
M aold at auction, on the pram laee, on THURSDAY3
afternoon nest, th. Slat of -Mar, at haU-pMt Or.
r I?. ""?" lot hM "" 'r? of Sd fe. on
Fllhth,.,i!li,J.",.,,lh,",or " ' tachM on
Rl!!L0'"!tW"'"T he year ITM.and
7 p.rtmt!"rr,"M '"& SVmif ol
era.i unruroeain,andthar.aldue In notM
fntS?.' km'aa, " ' ""' '"civ. month., wlS
A deed will b rlrea and a deed of trust required
to secure the deferred payments. w
All conveyancing at the cost of the purchaser
' --, w. -.M..-C-'' "'
.a. v. rueuuiHK at CO,
T) Y J . C 31 '
TWO BRICK DWELLING HOUSEI FOR SALE.
?Jn.TtLIRT1TFTH ST7 BKTWSEN K AND F
iX1.1.1. ,ol1 at Auction, on the premises, on
THURSDAY AFTERNOO.V next, thi fist Jar of
May, Immediately after the sale of the nroprty
ja the foregoing adertlsement, the south part of
lot 7, In Square 390 r
It fronts west M rt inK.. . n.i.....
..if "o fine a location as these.
standi or as they do on rising ground, at the dis
tance of only one small block from Pennsylvania
arenue, north of It, and commanding an si tend!
?.Lrf that if thorout-hfere across u.l
tirui publlo Resert atloa at the loterseetlan of the
Arenue and Thirteenth and F. streets, Just south
west of the house.
The houses hate the best of tenants and hare
recently had the Potomae water Introdueed Into
the basement stories.
Terms of sale One-third cashi and the residue
In notes, with Interest, at e ami 12 months.
A deed will be jrl v en aod a deed of trust required
------.--- .......... ..iui.h,
All eonV'ncl Ht thr co,! nf "e purchaser
ai L. MCUUIHKfc co , Auots.
TELEH A ILSON.
NITFD 8TAT.4 Mariiiat-i oft- -.-
PRIZE GOODS In itrttie nf tn .. r Zl
demnatlon Issued from the clerk's offlce of the m.
preme Court for the District of Columbia, holdlnr
the district court of the United states for the said
District, I will Bell at the foot or fllxth straet
wharf, on the Potomac rher, on lATURDAV, the
23d day of Ma) Instant, 1863, commencing at to
o'clock a. ra , for casn, the eargo of tha sJhooner
"A Carson," eons 1st log- of
3 new Wagons
I new Dugry
100 bbls Apples
Large lot Cider and Whlskv
Lot of Tea
6 bbls Catsup
.l1...!0. new P1",?""". together Hlth many
other articles of merchandise
Also, at tha sane time, the cargoof the schooner
" Mar) Aon '
Lot or large tanks containing fiunpowde
Together with man other articlea of mir.hm
dies' WARD H La.MUN
V.H. Marsaal. U t
DOTELLR K WiLAU.V,
'" I Id fChron ) Auctioneers
JS VIHTL'E OF WHIT NO 1, ISSUED
X from the Clerks OtUoe of the District Court ol
tne United States ln and for tha Dlttr-lnt nf iii,.n..
bla, I will sell at public sale, for cash, on WEDfO a
MAl, "" 7II4 uar U April, inBlAQI, ltWJ, COIIl-
mencins: at 10 o'clock a m . at th nrr riivut
Store formerly occupied by John B.Uagett, situate
on Pennsyh aula at eoue, between Mnth and Tenth
street. In the city of Washington, In said District,
the following goods and chattels of the schooner
Mallnda and eargo, It
ta bba Apples 1 box Paper
31 boxes Pepper I case Oolognas
3 cases Armor Oil 33 cases Catsup
31 bxaOraniessi Lemons 10 packages Gloves
v wu nr i uuav ,niioavr-
J'" iiin'in( rnprr i uttrrei .toining
tv una juacKvrvi
ca Claars and Toha.v..
8 Woolen Shirts
30 cases Pepper Su.e
I case Books
13 cases Ink
I caae Mustard
a. barrels Tin Ware
1 pall Butter
t case Green Corn
4 , barrets lit kit-,
St! cases Condensed Milk
7 bales Ha
3 bales Clothing
I caae Tin Wait
4 cases Matclifa
3,S cs Boots and Shoes
t case Blacking
8 papers Tacks
9 cases Peaches
t cases Chickens
U boxes Cheese
48 cans Honey Syrup
10 boxes Horse Radish
leases Green Peas
30 cases Preserves
t case Plug Tobacco
1 caae Raisins
I ease Clay Pipes
!J boxes RilaJm
t case Firs
J eases JSotlous
i eases Soap
38 barrel Caket
1 case Dr) Goo la
I case Plny.nr tarda
4 cases Hats
IK hers Nails
13 eases Plekles
At t o'clock i
rharf, on tha Putmnao i It er, I will ?ll (lit
i mm iooi oi six lit air-
tr, i win !. ti.. ...huiir
WARD H. LAMUN
I'. S Marshnl, D i
ap 34 it
a-Tb. abort H.I. la po.lpou.d until
TR1DAY, the fall, of Ma), aanie tlui. and pac
U'AHU II. LO10N,
i:- r, Marikal, D i
SJr The above .U la rurtlier poatnoii.!
unlil MUND (V, tli. Hlli Initant, aanie time an '
Place WAKU II I AMUN
ma) 6-lul UulteuHtale.Mar.lial.lj i
Ef- The above H.I. la ruetli.r uo.ti,oit..l
uatll MONDA the vow, lutt.nt, aanie hour a. J
Place t KU II 1.4MOV
my la did (Cliroo ) L 8 ALr.ti.1, D
ijVh' cunniNd w l. am: .sow
I J lu r.-teii't ol a Urte assortment of 11.) ' mkI
Children's Cluthlng of the ncuest stiles, suttaH.
fur the prrseut srasoo for dress and k-IiooI vk,,.
lo which f lnlte the attentlou of parvitts
WALL, SThPHV NsAr. Co,
'AAA PruusjUanU Avenue, betwrvti
Mnth and leuth slierW
apr lo-iilt sura Intel J
GtKNTI.KMK.VH (UTin.(; - Hi.
T hate now lu store fullstoilr of tMutln,eit
spring Overcoats, Business Sulla, Diess suits, an 1
iirnUhlng Gools of the latest styles, ins.iniftctui
e.t with the saui degree of neatness, sl)lc, and (
game, as If mde to order
U44 PfUiil..iU WriiUf, bvIvVM-u
Ninth aud leuth slierta
ftir til till Sl.ri lute)
KE.VT DKCUNK IN f!(il I)
n.l la or-ler tn retime our pre.ral lock, te. I.at .
Il.aue.il the Ii1e. of our Clolhlug,
An t are nowaelllng ort at rapl.l rate..
The people tin, I lliat
J . B K U U E A U O . ' B
(JOOD CLOTHINO AT LOW RtTT,
Call before It I. too late, ami lemre Kitneoftlie
now ottered at
.Mo.lO, HeveulH Street,
7 H'O BOOKS HLLOW 1I1TII.
1. I1RUCE aCO,l lolM,
'' " "I Setentli atreet, near I !
flPOSALh Will. Jth' IIMKUIJi
J at the Mayor's office until l. in Ma) v&. iur
grading and giaelllng I street norlh, iroiu Vi
enth to Kle.enth street trot
The gra.el must tti nlueJruhf. indrpthln th
centre and tapering t fnur inclu's at the side) nnd
the street, attcr he lu. urndt I nud Rra, elled to Ihf
entire satisfaction ol the lomuiltsloner ol tho
ard and Asslstnut t oniuilssl.Mier, shall Ik thoi
oughh raked nnd rullril
Bidders must stitte tin price per cublo aid foi
grading and j ei sipiare j ard tor grat elllotr..
No pit'tol the Appropriation will be pnldeacept
upon the certificate of the Commissioners that t hr
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