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Tiik BoAHb or Pulici CommihsIukerb.
Thlt Board held their regular weekly meeting yes
terday. Some orders were made rliUr to the
t roper furnishing of Ibe ow aod handsome head
farters on Tenth street, between D and E streets.
Augustus M. Sprsgue wi appointed a patrolmen
Ice Joseph F. Mattlngly ret gned.
It Is also understood thst the Board pined a rc
solution, directing rergeant B M. Peed, of the
Fifth precinct to duty at headquarters, m to ft i It
tint to the Superintendent, during- the pleasure of
the Board, the searg ent to act under Instruction!
from the Superintendent and from the Board.
Things are tn quite a "jumbled up' etate at
)if4quftrtere at thletlme. The key to the build
Vrg on Flevrnth street will be given up to-morrow
night, with the entire bultdlog, except the rooms
filled with property In charge of Mr. Hetrlck,
property- clerk. The new building Is not ready for
the reception of the offloers at headquarters, nod
will not be entirely complete for two weeks j yet,
they will hare to make out the best they can until
their commodious accommodations are Bt for use
Sej t ino Liquor to 8oliii Z7m Saloon
Vteptrt UavJei Vf Justice Ferguson was kept
buty this morning flnlog parties for selling liquor
to soldiers. He succeeded In helping the treasury
of the Le?y Court by teklog In the sum of 9tA
fiom eleven parties, who were brought In by one
of Opt. Todd's detectives and Capt. Camp, of the
Soldier's Rttrest. The following are the names of
the parties that were fined the reiular sum ot $t0
each:-E. Hemphill, Csth. Hlnes, Francle Bui ah,
Jnhn Levern, Lane Wheeler, J. F. Marshall, and
I jMargtret Adam ton. These parties all do business
near the terminus of the Fourteenth street rail
road. Dennis Blake, Geo. Donaldson, JohnClea
ton and men GoulJ, who lite In the neighborhood
or the Rttlrotd Depot. Deiplte the warning every
day given through our columns, these people will
be guilty of this otrenoe, and therefore must etand
Tub National Covrii Yisterdat. A trot
ting race came off at the above course yesterday.
Mile heats, beit three In Ave, between the well
known hones Lone Star, McClellto, Belle Steever
and Lady Hamlin. The Star won the first heat In
2 UH McClellan the second In a a IK. nnd the Star
the third and fourth, with the rece, In S 47 and
C t2' The following le the summary t
Air. Roach, s. h. Lone Star 1 3 1 t
Mr. Williams, s.r McClellan 3133
Mr. steever.s.m Belle steever 3 131
Mr. Betu, blk.m. LadylUmlio 4 4 4 4
Moist Recovered. The old colored woman
Elizabeth White, who keeps a cake stand at the
entrance to the Court, well vnown to all who have
butlneta at the City Hall, lost on Wednesday $500
whtrh the had placed In a cubboard at her home.
YtvJerday $170 were recovered. The money wis
taken by some per ion In the house from Its reg
ular place of concealment and hid elsewhere.
We lope all of It will be recovered since the old
" Antle" la known and respected by most of our
citizens. The finding of It Is due to the aaildnoue
and efficient services of detective McDavltt and
Clalrvoeof the Mctronollton Police Corfs.
Br it est Cars to be Rci on Btraiur. AJ-
ditional Van for Colored Ptrtmtlo btputmth Track.
The Board of Directors of the Washington and
Georgetown City Railway, at their meeting laet
night, decldid that after next Sunday the care
should be run on Sunday the tame as other days
of the week. They alto determined to put on ad
ditional cats for the accommodation of colored
people. They are to be regular two horse-care,
Instead of the one horte arrangements now used.
Attempt to Kill. Daniel Tamer, a sailor,
went last Qlgbt into the restaurant of M. Studel-
hoOVr, on Pennsylvania avenue. He was drunk
and very disorderly, for which the proprietor
seltedholdolblm wllh the Intention or putting
hit? out of the restaurant. The sailor thereupon
.'rew forth a razor and cut Mr. 9. across the leg
and In the loin. He was arrested by officers
Morrlt aud Lynch upon the charge of astault and
battery with Intent to kill, and was committed to
jail tor court by Justice Thompson.
DiiTD or an Ukkmowm Panson. Coroner
Wocdwaid testerday held an Inquest on the body
of man. at the corner of P and Fourteenth street,
t vlb had died auddenly. The death le supposed to
T&ve been produced by Intemperance, nothing
was found on the person oi ine deceased 10 indicate
his name or his residence) but It Is supposed that
ho waa a blacksmith, and had but recently armed
from Philadelphia to go to work at Clctboro for
the Got eminent quartermaster. He was burled at
the expense of the Corporation.
" OlK AOE, OubCOUHTRT, AMD OUR BlBLI."
Rev. J. McKendree Relly, of Baltimore, delivered
n lectuteon the above fruitful topic at McKendree
Chapel. A good audience was In attendance and
the lecture one of the beat f this distinguished
speaker. His points against " John Bull " for Us
Inconsistent attitude In the present age were well
received. The speech was run or good things,
beautiful!) Illustrated with spicy anecdotes. The
lecture waa far the benefit of Good Samaritan
Division No. I, Sons of Temperance.
NoTORioia Ciiaracteks Arrested. Ellen
Soiilh and Fannie Lyons, two notorloua characters.
wre arrested by Officers Mills and Parkhurst, of
the Eighth precinct, for drunkenness and disorder
ly conduct. The former waa Dned $9 94 by Justice
Friguton, and the latter $1 M. They were about
to be sent to the workhouse, when a "gentleman
friend" paid their Does. These are notorl us
characters, and It Is to be hoped that they will not
fee so easily released If again arretted.
A fttorANi Woman. Mary Catharine Payne
a midwife attending a lady at Mr. John Phillips,
on the corner of K street south and Four-and-a
Half street, was arrested last night by Officer Pul
lio,oftbe Island precinct, for drunkenness and
profanity. She had men congregating tn the house
nod disturbing the woman to her confinement with
their blustering execrations. Thepolloeman was
tent for and she was taken before Justice Boawell
v,a fined her $300 In default of which she was
sent to the work-house.
111 kolart. Last night, the Jewelry "tore, of
Mr Bvrger on Pennsylvania avenue, between 1st
and 2nd streets, was entered by some burglars and
i tnln Jewelry, contlstlng of watohes and attains,
amounting In all, to the value of $700. Nothing
was left there, except some clocks. No clue hat
at et been discovered by the police leading to the
IIonohahly DiflUUKGiD. The case of the
United Metes w. Matthew Calhoun, wat heard
yetterday afternoon before Justice Ktntey. One
wituent was examined on behalf of the protecu
tlou, wheu the Justice promptly diamlssed the
ciif, the evidence disclosing no offence whatever,
i j lite contrary tunt the main witness and ine
eudant were co-partners.
Mors Dooks Opsn. Yesterday morulocr
about 4 o'clock Officers Henly and Watts, of the
Seventh prcclpct, found open the front door of Dr.
Johnsou's houteon Seventh street near F. The
family were Immediately aroused and the premises
The uebman Union. A meeting of this as
portation will be held on Saturday evening, at
Siueed't Hall, when Mr. J. F. Me) era wilt deliver
an adJrits In FoglUb on "The Measures best
adapted to tefure Permanent Peace."
Kblbasbd. The two Ilugbee brothers, who
tae t ten confined In the guardhouse for several
daj i. on the charge of altering a pats, were this
morning ideated, on the payment of 33 each as a
(.Kinta'a Theatre. This popular resort
will be crowded to night to Its utmost capacity, it
t being the occmlon of a grand testimonial benefit
1 Undercd to Miss Lucrie etiern by her numerous
id m ir ci s from the city and those from abroad who
' sro sojourning heie at present. A bill ef attrac
tion! hat been prepared mat couia not uii to drew
' i oerfiowDg house upon any ordinary occt'
ion, tclng nothing lets than the great romantic
plavof "Guy Mannerlng" and the brilliant com
eJiettaof 'A Devilish Good Jokej1' our favorite
appearing in the flrat-named piece as Meg Herri
lies tn impersonation in which she claims su
periority ocr all others now In America and In
' t latter at the dashing Sip Seneca. This Is a
bill nftl will display her greet versatility to the
Ford's New Tbiatbe. IkntJU oMUt Emma
Wtbb. The WebHeftterer appear this evening la
a bill of unprecedented eica1lenc. bclnefof the
benefit of Miss Emma. Mr. Harry rearson appears
a uuci uait wun several interesting tones, too
company are engaged In proper supporting orde,
and the r nsemWe vromtsee to surpass any thing of
a similar nature which hss been o fitted In Wash
ington. We notice that Mr. Ford has In prepara
tion several dramatic gems, among which are
"Colleen Bawo," " Pocohontae," "Invisible
Prince' and Ittl. thoueh not leatt. Miss K-rma
Webb's beautiful origin! composition entitled
The little Glpsey.
Lurr, ttti Fonsiiti. During the early part
of last spring, pending the engagement of Miss
Kate Bate nun at Nlblo't Garden. New York, this
great drama, unknown to the public, was In the
usual way announced for production, without any
design or expectation on the part ot the managers
to create anything more than an ordinary sensa
tion with It. No one who had read it could deny
me excellence or the piar. and from this laet Mr.
Wheatley.wllh his usual liberal I tr. determined fa
expend considerable In new eppolotmenU, proper-
u, scenery, ae., ana by that means seeure for It
a successful run of one week, that belnr the utmtwt
of hie very sanguine expectations. That that one
week was but the mere commencement In the suc
cessful history of this great drama, le too welt
nownoy every one who has paid aiy attention
to the dramatic Items of this country to require
any red I at of its progress and suceeoe by us.
Suffice it to say that It waa continued at Nlblo's
for nearly three months no abatement in the
the great excitement created by It upon the first
night occurring during any portion of Its run.
Night after night, up to the very last, crowds of
disappointed people were obliged to return home,
having been unable to even get near the doors) and
we verily believe that it would have continued
with the eameurere to thle time, hid not Miss
natenaa'e engagement In London (where the Is
new creating n similar sensation with thli same
piece) obliged her to leave this country, We shall
have the gratification of eeelng this Immense pro
duction at Grover's next week, with Miss Lucille
wen ern in tne character or Leah.
Camterburt IUlu The excitement le oc
tet Ion td anioog military men and others In this
city, by the novel acd surprising performances of
oi r. inuoers, ine lamous zouave.wno.ln h ta-reat
bayonet set, demonstrates the efficiency or thte
weapon against a cavalry charge Some of his
movement are abeoiutelr terrific and are vervtrv-
lng to the nerves of those sitting close to the stage.
.'! jvaimeen u'fieu, m ner cnarmioc irtsn im
personations, has also created a decided sensation.
Miss trnestine De Falber Is still the prlnolpal
terptlchorean attraction. The company also num
bers among Its talent such names as Edesoo, Esgao,
Edwards, Williams, &c. A grand matinee will be
given to-morrow afternoon.
Varieties. The Rraud military spectacle of
" The French Sp " it having an unprecedented run
at this ettabllahment. The version or the play is
by Mr. Flttslmmoottthe popular stage manager,
who has, wilh singular fellcltt in Its arrangement,
retained all the great features that distinguish the
original three-act drama. A full house greeted
Mile. Cherry Petrlelatt evening. She Is unques
tionably, tn her profesclon, one of the finest artiste
who nave ever v lilted Waahington. Young.hend
some, and graceful, she wins all hearts. No one
should fall to see her In this great play.
WBITBIIURST'sUALLERTi 434 PENKSTLVAJIU.
Avenue. This celebrated ettab.Iahment has Just
been elegantly refitted and furnished. Haa one of
the largest collections of Photographic negatives
In this country, numbering over fifteen thoussnd.
embracing likenesses nf dlttlnguithed persous.
voi a civil aou wiiiiar). uaenruca oi many oi
these fallen in battecan be obtained here. For
auperlor work, Whltehurtt outstripping his com
petitors, received a medal at the World s Fair,
London. Particular attention ts called tw bis new
Imperial Photographs, also Mgnetts now much
sought after. nov!4 tf
A Word or Adticm. Those who have beea
doctoring for weeke and months wltUoul obtaining
relief, should consult Dr. Flahblatt, whose eflUe 11
at No. 431 E street, corner of Eighth street, and be
vatlloallv eured. Twentv-Bve vaars axuerlenee haa
established Dr. Flshblait'e reputation as aphysl
slan. Recent eaaee cured tn a few days. Charge
Mo. 431 E street, corner of Eighth.
Opposite the General Pott Office.
The Great Pewhstltakia Roote. Th
tulokcst and safest route to the Northwest en
aeuthwest. Twothrouxhtratnadally, andoae ot
Sunday. Soldiert' tickets at Government reus U
all the principal points in the North and West
For tlekete and further Information apply at the ei
D04OI ine urea i-bdjitoi nuuwi- uuruiaaat
corner Pennsylvania avenue and Uxth street, uo
aer naiioaai nunii uuin vymit u i . u. mi
p. m.ion Sundaye l to 4 p. m.
nog S Aent
Who Will bb Cobid7 Wodealre to call
ipeeial attention to the adt ertlsement of the cele
brated Dr. Velluy , which appears In another column
The Doctor tsa safe and re liable practitioner, whoee
skill and experience le a guarantee that the unfor
tunate victim of certain Indiscretions csn with con
fidence Intrust bis cate In hla hands. Let young
men be warned lu time, and seek the best means ot
New Yonr Sttles. 0ntUmenfi Clothing t
hew andtathionabitiA laige assortment for Drett
anu uutincst wear, iiiecngutn sac k ana wain
IngCoalaexcell In beauty, grade and fiulah any
thing over ottered In thli city.
Wall, Stefhcni AiCo,
oc9 tf in Pa, av.( bct.Mnth and Tenth sts.
Tni only pines where you can purchase Indi
Uvbber gooda of all klnda at Mnttfcturm,i prices, u
tt H. A. HALL'S India Rubber Warehouse, JtO
rennsyivtnia avenue, oaiweeo mntn aua lemn
ueeis. Also, an ainut oi Jtuooer goout Deaun
fully repaired at short notice. marts tf
YirANTED.-..SURGEONS AND AS-
Y SISTANT SURGEONS fur colored reet-
ments in the Departments of the South, Gulf, and
All candidates must be examined before a Buard
of Medical omcera.
Boards are now in session at Boston. New York.
Washington, ctnclnuatl, and St. Louis, and at the
neauquancra oi uts Ariuiea ui mv roioniac, mm
berland. and Tenneaaee.
Applications for examination should be made to
theSwrfreon General, V.S A , Waihington, D. C, and
mutt be accompanied with one or more tetilmo
ntals of good moral character from respectable
The Board will determine whether the caadldatc
is qualified for Surgeon or for Assistant Surgeon 1
The candidate muat be a graduate of some regu
lar Medical College i non-graduates will not be ex
amined. J. R. BARNKS,
Acting Surgeon Gentrat.
Surgeon General's Office, Nov. 19, lfc.
TtT O W U E
OENEKAL BU1LER Ih
O W HEADY
IN NEW ORLEANS
A History of the Administration of tho Department
oi ine uuu in mm year ibuwiwi an account li
the Capture of New Orleans, and a sketch
of the previous career of the General,
civil and military.
n V JAMES PAHTON.
Author of " Life and Times of Aaron Burr," " Life
or Andrew jacaion," tic,
Oman a vn . with noi-tralt on ateel and mini
About loo pp. Price, in sloth, $Z0Uhalf calf, ixtra,
or antique, ijoj.
Published by MASON 11ROTI1ERS,
7 Mercer street, New Vrk.
MASON k. HAMLIN, Boston. no30t
"YtriNTEIt FASHIONS. MADAME
Y DEMORLST'S MIRROR OP FASHIONSfor
Winter. Containing a Cloak Plate, new Braid
Patterns, uearly 100 LngravUgt, a Colored Faahloo
Plate, five full-ilied Patternt, and other valuable
novemet. rnce a oenia.
Vat tale by PHILP fc SOLOMONS,
noaiMt VH Pennsylvania avenue.
rpO SUTLERS AND l'DRVEYORB
A very large stock always on hand at
PHILP fc SOLOMONS,
poW-et Metropolitan Book Store, 133 Ptnn. ay.
nCBA ttEGAn8.-..SEOARBt FROM
l.uuo la 11.6H. of Ileuanl Tobacco, for aala at
alow price. Apply t JOIE PICASO, hi jo 44S
TWeillO tl , utiwicu u inu n , na-iw
Y W . L . WALL A O (J ,
HORSE AND CARRIAGE BAZAAR
Eiprculv for tb.
AUt OF HORSLS. CARRIAUES, 1TOCR,..,
Ill LOUimANA AVLNUK,
tt.lw.tu Mntll .ad T.iith III , W.ibluitoa,
AUCTION JXIliS EVERY
TUESDAY, TMUH1DAY, AMD 1A1UKDAY
CAIU ADVANCEDON LSNUIUNMENI
HOUSES, CARRIAUE9, ko ,
RtMlrd for Frlv.t. saI.
W, I. WALL k CO., Aua t.
F F I 0 t A h ,
ABRAHAM LINCOLN, PRESIDENT UK THE
UNITED STATES OF.AMtjMCJ
T elf wAom U mey nmrerti'
Satisfactory evidence having been exhibited to
me that FaiKDaicti HcnTFL haa been appointed
Consul for the Kingdom of Maiever, at Chicago
I do hereby recognise him as such, and declare him
free to exercise and enjoy aneh functions, powers,
and privileges, as are allowed to the Consuls of the
most favored natloneln the United States.
la testimony whereof, I have caused these tetters
to be made patent, and the leal of the United States
to he hereunto affixed.
Given under my hand at the city of Washington,
the 11th dav ot November. A. D. leexand of
scal. the Independence of the United States of
America, the eighty-eighth.
By the President,
William H. Skwamd, Secretary of state.
F F I 0 I A L
WAB DErABTMEVT, (
Wasnirotoh Crnr, D. C Jao.se, ISO. (
the War Department, passes for citizens to visit
the Army of the Potomac wilt be given at the office
llf T.Unl. fin!. IVltlin If P.nll. ana
bove Nineteenth street. Into
r F F I 0 1 A L.
MiLiTAnr DirraicT or Washihotom, I
Washinotoh. D. C Auruatai-IMS-
General Ordere No. sx.
All eommlaalanedollen lnthaaltvof Whlna.
ton, D. C, under medical treatment, are hereby
ordered to wear the uniform of the united states
service, according io ineir grade.
bj raunina ui srii tn. oiahtihoali:.
JOHN P. SHERBORNE,
au9t U Assistant Adjutant GeaeraL
PROPOSALS FOR TIMBER FOUTHE
Dohcav or Oa on a ner,
NAVV DlrAMTMIHT, NOV. IS. I8U. I
Sealed ttronoaala. Indoraad Mfronnaata for Tim.
ber," will be received at this bureau until t o'clock
p. ra i of the 20th day of December next, for fur
nishing and delivering under contract, at the sev
eral navy-yards at Portsmouth, N. II. Boston, New
York, and Philadelphia, the follow lngdsecrlbed
timber and plank, for Ordnance purposes i
ilass i. wnun uaa lor uun carriage!.
Class II. White Pine and White Wood.
Class III. White Ash and Hickory.
Class IV, Gum Logs.
separate ofTere must be made for the supply at
icu of the navV'Varda named, and for tha White
Oak and the Hickory, White Wood. White Aab,
and Pinei but the offers must be for ait of each de
scription for each navy-yard.
Bidders ate referred to the Ordnance Officers at
the several navyyards and stations, and to the
Chief of the Bureau of Ordnance, Navy Depart
ment, who will furnlth them with printed sched
ules. dvlnrdescrlDtlon of the M Timber." time of
deliveries, and other particulars.
n. a wiaa.,
no30-law4w Chief of Bureau, ad interim.
C1IIIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OF-
vtaihihotoh ucruT. nortiuufr ii, ibm.
SEALED PROPOSAL! will ba received at the
office of Captain C H. Tomp Ins, A. tL M , U. S.
A , at the corner of Twent-aecood and G streets,
In this city, until MONDAY, December 21st, IMS,
at It o'clock m.. for the sale of all the manure now
on hand, or that may be produced at stables and
corrals of this Depot wlthiu the next twelve
months succeeding the date of the letting of the
The manure will be awarded to Ihe highest bid
der, or bidders, who will be required to take It
away at his or their own expense. The quantity
now on hand to be taken away within elx moo tha
from the date of contract, and that which may ae.
cumulate, within six months from the daie at
whlcb it may be produced.
mas must oe niat t so mucn per cuoie yam.
Bids will be reeelred for the quantity on hand,
and tha bubacouent nroduct at each stable and
corral, separately, or for the whole together.
if a bid is made In the name of a firm, the names
of all the parties must appear, or it will beoon-
aiuru lam muiwuui iruput oi am panjr
full name and post-office address of the bid
der must appear In the proposal.
rropoaaia mutt oe aaoretiea io iepiaia m. tt,
ToBpklna, A. U. M., U, S. A , Washington, D. C,
and should be plainly marked " Proposals for Ma
nure.1 Payment will be required to be made In Uovetn
ment funds, at the end of each month, for the ma
nure removed during the month.
An oath of allegiance will be required from each
Good and sufficient bonds, in the sum of (1,000)
one thousand dollars, will be reoulred of each sue-
eettiul bidder lor the faithful performance of hie
The quartermaster reaerves the right to reject
all bids that may be deemed to the Interest ol Gov
ernment not to aoeept.
D II. RUCKKR,
Brig. Gen. and Chief querurmaater,
nol 3St Depot Waahington.
(SKLECT SCHOOL FOR GIRLS,)
No. tl K street, near the Circle, one square south
of Penn. av.. between 86th and 2Sth atreete.
In teuton from the 7th of September to the 1st of
July. The usual English branches, Ancient and
Modern languages, taught at the Institute. Also
Vocal and Instrumental Music, Piano and Guitar,
MRS. A ZAPPONK. Prlnctnal.
Tuition for a quarter, of ten weeke, payable In
advance, English branches, elementary, ft. Ad
vanced, 1 1. Kxtra charge (moderate) tor Music,
French and other studies. au3l-tf
MIBS BROOKE'S ENGLISH AND
FRFNCH BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
30 Pennsylvania avenue, Seven Buildings.
The Ninth Year and Seventeenth Semi-annual
Session of this Institution will commence on
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1863.
Circulars can be obtained at the Bookstores and
of the Prlnolpal. self Sm
TVXARSHALL P. WILD.
llL CLARENDON HOTEL,
turner Sixth street and Pennsylvania Avenue,
Has Just received from New York, a large assort
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, PORT MONAIS, Ac,
Together with a choice selection of UGAkS,to
which he would respectfully Invite your attention.
Carte deVlsltes of Mitt kmua and Ada Webb,
and other well-known actrrttea. Fur sale as above
also Tickets and Reserved Seats for Ford's theatre.
DOl 8-3 1 MARSHALL P. WILD.
Stw Sixth Strcet, Betwlen O and II.
Mr. UHAF 1ELD has Just returned from Europe
where he has made most extensive purchases of
Foielgn Confectionery and Fruits Ha le now
prepared to furnish Parties, Balls, Weddlngt and
Suppers, with the choicest delicacies of this coun
try as well as of other lands.
Ills arrangements for supplying Ice-cream and
water-ices are superior to any other In this city
manufacturing these things, as he does, by steam
He It alto serving up, In hla talooo, OYSTERS
In every style, Famlliet can be tupplled with
them at the shortest notice
To all who may favor him with their patronoge
he promises punctuality and satisfaction.
tels, Monument!, Mural Tablets, Tiles, Cabinet
anu numucri' maoa. i.aen none namiimai jonis,
Altar Tables, fte. Manufactory and Warerooms,
71, is and 75 East Twenty-second street, near
Fourth avenue, New York.
N. B Grates, from the lowest price to the most
costly finish, furnished at NewtYork prices.
Designs made to order, and estimates given for
Marble Work put up tn any psrt of the conotry.
WALL. STEPHENS la CO..
34 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Offer the largest assortment! (hie city, embrac
ing all qualities used by officer! In the Army aud
Navy, such as
wards. Sashes, Belts, shoulder-straps, Hats.
Cape, Pistols, fcc, fce , with a fine assortinsnt ol
uniform alothlng. with which we can furnish offi
cers complete outfits In a few moments,
WALL, STEPHENS k CO.,
J Pennsylvania Avsnu
itriA Irtf flntal.. Mf. ditnn l
TVY .iAs7o7mGUIRE A CO ,
Tj AUCTIONEERS. '
"VALUABLE REAL ESTATE ON E STREET,
NEAR THr Pt'ST OF ICE DKPARTMFNT, AT
PUBLIC AUCTION On TUFSDAY APT R
NOON, November vith, at 1 o'clock, on the prem
ises, we shall sell thewholeef Lot No. 2, in square
No. 406, fronting SO feetooEstreetnortft, between
Eighth and Ninth streets west, and running back
S1H feet to an alley. Ihe Lot will be told In two
arte of o feet front cat hi the west half la Improved
y a tubttantlal Thrte-eior) and Basement Brick
Dwelling Houte, the east half Is unimproved.
The location of this property, (in the immediate
Vlclnlt) of the Patcat Oltioe and Post Office De
fartmets,)ln a detliable position for a private res
deuce, or for oflke purposes, reader the sale
worthy the attention of persons seeking goodprop
erty. Terms cash.
Title indisputable. D. A. BURR,
Attorney for Owner.
JA8. C McUUlHL av CO,
TffrANTEI). A GROWN COLORED
TV GlRMoasslstlaa family of two, and to
taxe earn oi a child a portion oi ine lime, inis is
a good opportunity for n gooJ rtrl to secure a com-
fortanie home. Apply nt lit d
tween Ninth andTentb.
BOARD AND ROOMS WANTED.-1N
a private famllr. convenient to the Provost
Marshal's orflee, for n gentleman and wife. Willing
to pay wen lor conuons. Appiy to Lieut, a. s
Bax en, corner Itlh and tstreete. noll-ll
ANTED, AT THE TREASURY
KxtauloV tweatv CARPENTERS. To
good workmen tho hlgheet wacee will be given
ana sieauy worn. Appiy as ine udn oi unsirue
Don, Treasury Building. ISAIAH ROGERS,
ee3S-tf Sopervlslnf ArMtit.
WAKTE D.A BOY OR GIRL,
from IS to IS yean of age, who has had
soma experlenae In waiting upon table, Is ac
quainted In the city, and le neat about hla or her
Kerson and work, le wanted at ISA O street, first
ouse above Nineteenth street. Good wages paid.
W" ANTED. A GENTLEMAN "WITH
n small family deelree to rent a House with
five or six rooms, In the northern section of the
city. Please address Box SO, Republican office,
staling terms, location, km. JylS-tf
FOR SALE OR RENT.
T?OR RENT. TWO GOOD-SIZEI)
I1 Rooms, well furnished (Baek and Front Par
iwr.j nfierenoe requirea. Jppiy j no. m rean
eylvanta avenue. no JO-1 1
17 OR RENT TWO OR THREE
P ROOMS, Furnished or Unfurnished, to a gen
tleman and wife, without children, or single gentle
men of quiet habits as sleeping apartments. Ap
ply at Mr. K. THOMAS', on O street, between
Ninth and Tenth streets. References required,
TOR SALE.--THE LEASE OF A
1 HOUSE eontalnlnr thlrtv rooms, furnished
or unfurnished, suitable for n Hotel or flrtt-elatt
Boarding Houtei loeated In the best part or the
city. For pertlcuiara Inquire at ttore 461 Penn
ey If enla avenue. 8. H. STRAU1.
I BURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
1 Furnished rooms, agreeably located, mar be
rented by calling at 441 F. street, between sixth
and Seventh. novlt tf
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS ON HAND
a large quantity or OAK and PINE WOOD,
thoroughly seasoned and In good condition, which
ha it nreoared to deliver to nurchaaera In anr Dart
or the city, at reduced prices. Also, Anthracite
anaiaimoerianu iual, io quanuuea in suit pnr-
ehasers. Orders solicited at his new Wood Yard,
No. 4ii Twelfth street, between Eaod F streets.
"HORRENT.-. A NEATLY AND COM-
V FORTABLY FURNISHED HOUCF, located
fiT the First ward, but one square from Pennsylva
nia avenue, containing nine rooms, gai, Lttrobe
stove, water In yard, Jul, will be for rent from the
15th of November. Lease from one to three years.
Rent 129 per month, payable quarterly, in ad
vance. Address box 918. Washington City Pott
TOnAGE-..IN FIRE-PROOP BRICK
WAREHOUSE, foot of F Itr. f t. Apply to
FRED. S. C077rN.,
W-tf Peon. .r.t two door, from Uth it.
BOARDING.-- A NUMBER OF GEN
tlemea can obtain board at No. 491 Maryland
avenue between Four-and-a-half and sixth atreets,
Napoleonic own memories. Dictated la hla
merats. Montholon aod Gourgand, seven vol-
imca, large octavo, ail. 1 or saie vy
Bookteller and Stationer,
noaoStd S4 Penntylvanla avenue.
XTKW BOOKS 11 NEW BOOKS It
My Farm of Edgewood) by Ike Marvelt gt SO.
Reverleeof a Bashelori by Ike Marvelt ft u.
Dream life, a Parable of (be Seasons; ft S3.
The Yankee Boy Iron Hornet t 26.
Merlvale's History of the Rom an at vol. It $1.
Soceohaa an J Llura of tVndll hhllllnai tl AM
Hospital Sketches j by L.M. AlootttfOflcnia.
Just Dubllthed and for tale bv
Bookteller and Stationer,
nog-tf IS4 Penntylvanla avenue.
THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION
THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION OF
II1K ritrSlUENTUr TMK UNIT U STA I r
ISSUED JANUARY I, IBM;
LETTER OF 1 HK PRFSIDENT OF THE U S. TO
'1ME UHIUN LONVKTION HOLDF.N AT
SPRINGFIELD, (ILL.,) SEPT. 1, 1803.
Officially Revlted and Corrected.
From the Press of the National Ilcrtani am.
For sale by
S3 Pennsylvania avenue.
pHILP & SOLOMONS,
BOOKSELLERS. ARMY STATION MU,
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS,
m Pennsylvania Avcmvc,
Have constantly on hand
All Military and Naval Works,
New and went Publications,
Army Stationery, all kinds,
Field Manifold Writers,
Company Roll Books,
General Order Files,
Army Pay Tables,
Field Copying Presses,
EVnilon and Bounty Illanbi.
Reoord books for use at headquarters by As-
Blank books made, and Prlatlngdone Io order 00
very short notice.
All Printed Books sent by mall free of pottage.
Everybody should call on
N. H. MILLER,
Fur servants and real estate. Agency No Oil Moth
street near Pennsylvania avenue, (north )
Particular attention paid to the renting ot Dwel
lings and Uoardlng Houses, stores, fco. Hval re
late and ether Property bought and sold on coin
minion. Property holders can obtain the best of tenants
N. B. The best of relerence given when required
A 1 N T I N G
HOUSE AND WALL.
PAINTING AND GRAINING
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
SIGN AND DFCORATIVE
IN ALL THE VARIOUS STVLFS
The undersigned ts prepared to eieaute work of
every description, In a neat, durable aud prompt
M. T. PAllKrK,
No. 69 Louisiana at enue,
Between SUth and Seventh streets.
novi I m
OTIOE.-.JUST RECEIVED FROM
Cermanv. a lane lot of RHENISH W1N1S
01 the very beat quality, which will be sold by the
glass, bottle or galloo, at
O. A. SPRINGMAN'S
Columbia Hotel and Restaurant,
S4 Pennsylvania avenue, W aibington, D. C,
IOKD'U NEW THBATHB,
' TENTH STREET, NEAR E.
JOHN T. PORD ....Whnun .'ftjri'
(AlioolllolMJrHtrMtThlt., BllliDOtf )
FRIDAY ENENINO, NOVEMBER 3D,
MISS EMMA WEBB.
THREE GRAND PI.AT. THIS EVENINO.
Th. perfornine. commf occi with
A HUSBAND AT SIGHT.
UATCHINU AN HEIRESS.
To oonclud. with
THE MANAGER'S DAUOHTEit.
la nrrp.r.tloo :
And oilier eems. now-it
VT Penn'a avenue, near Wlllard'e Hotel.
LLU.1AHU UKUVEB , umKLTIUIt.
A OH AND GALA NIOUT.
COMPLIMENTARY TESTIMONIAL BENEFIT
To the beautiful, accomplished, versatile actress,
MISS LUCILLE WESTERN,
Tendered by a large number of the leading cltlisns
01 waanington. anu a not 1 01 ner aarairera irom
new voru, rnuaueipnia, nanimoreana uotvon.
A MAMMOTH BILL
Haa been aeveraldavi la preparation for this ex-
I tress occasion, being one that wilt display to the
Inett advantaee the treat versatile genius of this
unequaueu artiste, wtio win appear 10
TWO GREAT CHARACTERS.
Flrat time In Washington of Miss Western'e
great impersonation 01
MFO M ERR LIES,
In which she acknowleda-et no tiiuenor. and but
one equal. In theperton of MISS CHARLOTTE
L.usnniAn,anacKaowieugmenimaueuy uu iaoy
In a complimentary note to Mite Western, upon a
laie occasion, in host on
CITI7.RNSI BTRANRmei ALL!
vim t mil mi go to uruTtc 10-niRni. lor invreTun
will see a Devlllth Good Joke perpetrated bv Lu-
cm rvcatvmupou pen noxrrs,uiorr ini'iioriai
.III. .--. K L- .L-...V
tin. rttARi.ra koppitk.
With hla unenuallml llrrheatra. will nllven the
occasion with some of his most delightful telec-
uroter'e entire Great Dramatic Company will
apjiear upon this oivaslon.
THIS (FRIDAY) EVENING, Nov. 30, 1SU,
III be performed the thrilling three-act play of
M E G M E R R I L I E S I
MegMerrllct Miss Lucille Western
Performance tn gondii J with tha brilliant come
A DEVILISH GOOD JOKK.
Sip Seneca Miss Lucille Vtestero
Ratts ov Ahmiuion. Dreaaand Parauette Cir
clet, 60 centtj Orchestra Chalrt,7S centtj Family
llrcle, 35 centt. No entra charge for reaerved
To morrow night JACK 8HEPPARD.
The manacer wtahet to lmureit the nubile with
the importance of great event that Is to occur at
this theatre next week the production of the
great p'ay of LEAH, THE FORSAKEN, to a man
ner only equalled byltt original production at
muiu uirucn, fiew iora. nown
NEW ITALIAN OPERA COMPANY.
Mr. fJRAU respectfully announcet that he will
gUe In thli city
TMKEE GRAND CONCERTS,
WITH OltaND ICKNIS FROM OPERAS,
ON MONDAY, TUESDAY. AND WEDNESDAY.
Nov. 2U,3lth, and 3Sth.
Cn which occanlon the following eminent attlate
will appear on the same oveolng:
MADAME SOPHIE KHA LORINI,
the celebrated Prima Donna and Lvrlo Tracedlenne.
Irom Ihe principal Optra Houses in Europe. Her
nrat appearance 10 mis city.
M'LLK PAULINE CASTRI.
the dtitingulihcdCantat rice Her flrat appearance
the favorite Contralto.
SIONOR LUIGI STEFANI,
the celebrated Tenor.
the renowned Baritone
Cojductor and Mutloal Director Slg. MUZIO.
Onheatraand Balcony St so
Parquette and Drett llrcle too
af" Seats for the Orcnrstra and Balcony may be
secured, without extra charge, at Met rerott'e Musio
aiore.no lAirenntriTania avenue, aaieoi ticaera
10 commence on Friday, nov. vu n. noie-iw
f 0 0 FELL O V
0 1) FELLOWS1 HALL.
MISS CHRISTIANA SCHMIDT.
The celebrated jouna Female Vlellnltt,
will give a
UKAND SACRED CONCERT,
SUNDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER , 1W3,
ODD FELLOWS HALL, SEVENTH STKFKT,
M'ME F. SCHM1DI, , MR. WAUNEH,
MR. WOLF, MR. L1KFOLD.
Ticket. FIFT Cl.NTS-lobehadatthe Mutle
siorea, and on tne evening ai ine ooor.
Door 1 open at 7 o'lloclc , to commence at .
A ORANI) COMPLIMENTARY BALL
J- WILL nE CUEN AT
ODD FELLOWS' HALL, (Neiy Yard,)
Wednetda), Not ember 25, IMS.
Miroedcr'a Cotillion Bind hat been engaged for
The Committee pledge themtehes to spare no
paint nor expense to make thlt the Drill of the
'llckett ONE DOLLAR, admitting a gentleman
and Ladleat to be obtained from the committee and
ai me ooor on ine evening 01 tut uau.
( 'ummulet t
T, R. Waltcmcter, Hrat Lt. M L. Hulse,
First Lt. H. O. S. Burke, A. H. Vermillion,
Ihnmat Hamilton, Geo. L LAwrence,
Kirtt Lt. F. . IVttci, John W. Croat,
Daniel E. Carrlgau, W. V. Baldwin,
First Lt. J. A. Kobblns, H. Kahlert,
Joahua Green, Wm Hocke,
Lt. K. S. O. Kccfe, F. W. kahlert.
no JO -did
SATURDAY;, NOVEMBER 21,
1 o'clock p. M.
'I ROTTING FOR few.
r utrance 10 per cent.
T. W. William " McClellan" to Harnett
George W, Niliou " Wild Hote M to Harnett
T. Rijich "American tar" to Htrneta
D. Stcttr .. ." Belle uf Biltlmoie" to Wagon
I.OUD UY AND GOOD 1HACK 1
We are now in receipt of a Urge attortment ol
BOYS' and CHlLDRfc'S CLOTHING, nf the new.
eat ttylet, suitable for the present season lor dress
and school wear, to which we ini Ite the attention
Of parents. WALL, STKPHFNS k CO ,
uoots-tftr tn Pa. av.bet. tth and loth st
AT 0 T I C E ..-WASHINGTON AND
i ALEXANDRIA FERI1Y. On and arter
iHUHSDAt, October lit the steamers THOMAS
COLLfcER, Capt. ueuneyt piahx r. HATLLV,
CaM. Stftcknnlet YUUNG AMERICA. Cant. Hoi.
hogshead, will commence their regular trips be
tween AlCXnnuri lltu vt (taiuiiKiuu, m a u (.iock 10
the morning, running ciery hour until ft o'clock
p. m. seM-tf
10YB' 0I.0THIN0. WE ARE NOW
fj in receipt of a large astortment or Boys' and
Children's Clothing or the newest styles, suitable
for the present season for drett and school wear,
to which we lot ite the attentlou of parents.
444 Penus)lv tula Avenue, between
Ninth and Tenth streets.
eor Hk-iRf (Star Jk Intel.)
'IRK INSKPENDENT TELEGRAPH CO.,
600 MNTU STRUT,
(Oue door Uosa Peunsylvanla Avenue )
Ivia-K 4. R TAtlttlT. Manarvr
JOHN W. VAN HOOK,
II KM- RAL PRODUCE and
Butter, tgst eud Cheeaei
Tobacco aud Seearai
Chainiiagne, Sherry aud Claret Wlnett
urnuut , iiiik , ruriar, ai mm iurt.
Kito, aent lor
lucen't Rofal Cabinet Champagne,
fti Louisiana avenue,
THE roPULAR MUSIC HALL AND THEATRE,
UitM.nm Atmu, tutrth. eenurtfSiglX itrMf.
(In r.rof th Mctropollt.Q .oil N.tloo.1 Hotel. )
SIGN OF THE BIO CALCIUM LIGHT.
AMERICA'S ORIAT LEADINO AMUSE
7h. .iMorblo, Drftm., .olltl.il th.
L A I T CIIIIII
With th. follow!., un.x.nplMl ..it t
Th. Golden Frmr Mr. J.I Edward.
Jtmmr TwIUhcr Mr. Geo. R. EdMon
Old Mob Mr. H. W. E.(.n
Htmm.r Mr. H. W. Wllll.mi
Wm.H.rr.r Mr. J S.CIMI.
Illi.txth MlieLIIII. Brandon
Mr.. H.mmer Mil. Luer Clllton
Loull. L.ratlt. Kit
umcen, re.a.nle, no , bf th. dramatlo company.
During tb. evenloff,
J. II. CIIILDEKB,
J. II. GUILDERS,
J. II. CIIILDEKB,
J. II. GUILDERS,
Th. Great Mllltarr fenaatlon, will apueer labia
aetoaLMnglxrlormancae with th. Muaket.
MISS KATHLEEN O'NEIL,
MISS KATHLEEN O'NEIL,
MIBS KATHLEEN O'NEIL,
MISS KATHLEEN O'NEIL,
In aom. of her Original Songi, IrUhlamo, Carlca.
turei, ac, and her calebra)..! Vocal lerp
the misn CURB.
THE IRISH CURE.
MISS PRNESTINE DE FAIDTR
Mill KRNFST1NK DE TAIB1 R
MISS FRNKSTINE DE FAID.R
MISS FRKFSTINE DE FAIBER
In New Ballade and Gracful Dancea.
A moat Cbarmloc Ballet, arranged br
MONS. GU1LLAVME FOl'CIIF,
Introtludog th. famoue
ALBUM OF BFAHTV,
ALBUM OF BEAL'Tl,
LILLIE BRANDON, KATE HARRISON
JULIA RICHMOND, LUCV CLIFTON,
M'LLE JENNIE, La PETITE ELL1,
Re., c , he.
DANCES, S.C ,
THE UREtT PROTEAN IOMPANY,
THE UREAT PROTEAN LOMPAN1,
UEOKQE R. EDESON, II. W. EAOAN,
J. S. EDWARDS, MR. ED. MURRAY,
U.W.WILLIAMS, 1. S. CLARKE,
MONS. SOL, T. BROWN,
JUAN BAFTISTA, fee.
Private Boaea, holding six peraooa fs
Doore open at lo'cloaki Farforaiane. at IV.
POPULAR FAMILY MATINEF,
POPULAR FAMILY MlTINIF,
POPULAR FAMILY MATIN IK,
POPULAR FAMILY MATlNrF,
Regular Serlee, on
Admlitlon Ladlea 20 cea'et Chlldrru 10 cente.
AKIKTIKB MUSIC HALL.
Front! af Pennsylvania avenue and Ninth street.
Hamblla V Co Proprietors
Fltislmmons Staje Manager and Advertiser
THE RESORT OF THE PEOPLE.
AND NE PLCS ULTRA OF Ml'SIC HALLS.
IIRST WrEK OfThE NEW STAR,
Alread) favorites wllh an appreciate e putilie.
The tirand Military Spectacle of
THE FRENCH SPY,
TUB FRESC1I SPY,
(Drauatliatlenhy Flttlmmons for thlt eitaMUh-
nient,) with the tplendldeatt. M'LI F PKTHIKas
the A KAB BOY fretted lattnlfht with a crowded
home and encore upon encore.
LOS INTRICO ESP NOL.
And nfiy other Fonst, Dances, Ballet, JuLcs, ko t
liy the splenuid company of Foity Performer..
Doors open at 7, commence at 8 o'clock.
Monday Afternoon and Fvenlnr. Eenetlt of
MAFFIP AND UtRTHOLOMhW.
Thanktclilns Afternoon, onli time of the pow
erful Local Drama,
" iiir. OaVLLL jr WAsiunuiun,' ugii
have now In ttore a full ttoclr of Gentlemen's
Surlnf Oversoats, Builntu Suits, Dress Suits, anl
Funuthlns; Goods of the latest stales, manufactur
ed with the same degree of neatness, st) le, and ele
anB, as u aimum w vrucr.
WALL, STEPHENS k Co ,
Skt3 Pennsylvania Avenue, between
Ninth and Tenth streets
tpricwtrir (Stark loUl.l
I! 11 E K I A L T U II O U tt E ,
Corner Nihth anu D Stkeetn,
V. DENGEL, Proprietor.
The nroDrletor takes nleature In announclne to
the pub Uc that he haa entirely rt titled and re
arranged his ettabllthraent, and It will hereafter
be kept ae a
where nini Le found, at all timet, GAME, OYS-
1 aVni uuu cisi) iiiiub cio iuii uiv auaravct Kiiurua
that cun tempt the palate. He hea made extemlve
arrangeincuta to keep a lull tupply of
which ate furnlthed at the thortctt notice. The
ur is supplied wun me nest
ALES, WINES, BRANDIES, CIGARS, ETC.
The Proprietor will spare no pains to make the
iiiaiio cunipict in every purticuiar. iinit-joi
COM. Of KllHlTSENTlI KT. AND PIKf. AVINQI.
WASIIINIiTUN. 11. C
Meals lurnlthkAl at all hours, aod at the shortest
oelfc tf 1'ioprletor.
rpiIE BUI'REME COURT OF THE
I DISTRICT OP COLUMBIA, HOLDING A
DISTRICT COURT OF THK UNI1LD
STATES FOR THE SAID DISlHICI.
To all u horn it may concern, UHtLTisot
Notice tt hereby given, that, un Hit '.'hi day of
Otto her, 1831, the tihooner Herald bertm-klct, ajr.
tarel, lurulture, andcargn, were captured L the
nited States steaxer ealjpto, au bruuiiht into
hla Dl at riot tar ilhiilioaiinn. and Ihe tame are
libeled and prsaecutedln thlt luurt iu the name
of the United Slates, for condemnation at lawful
prize, for reasons set lorth ia libel, and that said
oaute will stand for trial at the til) Hall, In the
elf of Wtthlogton, onthe to oinl MO.NDAl of
December neat, wbon aud whireall persona are
warntd to appear to show tamo bj cunaleiuna
tlou should not t decreed, and to Intervene lor
their luteiettt. November H, I wi.
fPIIb IS TO U1VE NOTICE, THAT
I the lubicribrr haa obtained from the Orphao'a
iTllii-t ni vvaihlntcton lountv. In the District of
Columbia, letlert teatanunlary cm the ierionai
estate of George anderlehr, late of Lafajette,
ntal nt ludlrttii. dtceaied. All ner nun Lailinr
lilalma agalutt the nlddeceaieU arc her. by warned
tn exhibit the same, with Ihe vouch rra tLrreof. l.i
tho subscriber, on or Ufotc thv 1 tth Jay of Noveiu
trr next i they ma) otherwise by law be excluded I
Irom ail benvdt of the said estate I
o ven under tuv nandthitii. day of Nov en.ij.tr. i
IStoS MAUIA A. ANDERLkHH,
A BMIBTANT QUAlfTBHMABTER'B
J orFILK, ooru.r ot O and Twat-.eond
atreete, Waehlngto., D. v., Noreaabar is, isu.
NOTICE. In addition to th. aal. at eondamaed
public animate on Wednsedar, th. 36th froreinctT,
a number of Flae ttalllone and Brood Mareawlll
b. aold on th. nam. dar, place, and Una..
C. H. TOMPKINS,
noJO-Jt CapL and A. Q. M , V. B?A.
A S8I3TANT QUARTERMASTEns
1 OFFICE, foot of O street. Washlnrtoa. D.
GfTtorember. so, ia M1I be eold at Pobllo
Auction, on TUESDAY, the S4tb tnst at the wharf
foot of G street, a lot or Water Barrels and Casks,
condemned ae unfit for the public service. u,
Hale to commence at 1 o'clock A. M. c'
Terms t Cath In Government fonde.
C. S. ALLEN.
o 30 It Captain, aod Att. Aeet Q. N.
OFFICE; Co a mi a (J and TwtKTTSrronn
:cts. Waskikoton, D. C , Nov. 18, 1SU Will
be sold at Publle Auttloa, at the Quarter matter's
narcuuiiac.un lur oqura Dtiivsen A. anu t an J
Twenty-rirtt and Twenty-teeond ttreete, Wash
lnvton, D. C, on WIDNFSDAY, December SI, a
lartre lot of Quartermaster's stores, eomjemned ae
unfit for publle serviee, eonststing In part of Scrap
Iron anrt Leather, Saddles, Brldlee, parts of Har
ness, and Wag one. Tents, Tool, and Implements.
Terms cash Id Government funds.
Sale to commence at to o'clock, a. m.
CHARLES H. TOMPKINS,
nol-iat Capt. and Quartermaster, U.S.A.
BTVIRTUEOF AN ACT 0
AYOR'S OFFICE, NOV. 10, 1803.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ACT OF TIIBCITV PltTW.
slls, and In accordance therewith, I shall offer for
saie, loreasn. to tne nignesi Didder, on WEDNES.
DAY, the Uth fit ant, Tn front of the Cltr Hall at
the hoar of is M , theexcluttverlrht and privilege
ofuslog the several Corporation Bo alee until the
first day of July. I9CI, for the purpose or welching
bay, straw, fodder, oats in the straw, and live
stock, situated at the following places i
No. I. K street, at Its Intersection with Vermont
avenue and iftth street west.
No.1 Loulelaoa avenue, between Ninth and
Tenth streets west.
No. 2. In front of Northern Market, at Intersec
tion of New York avenue and K street north.
No 4. Corner of Mar) land avenue and Third
No. A In front of Anacoaf la 1 nfflmvhnuaa.
t? The follow Ine is the tarirTof ratee which the pur-
ennarr nrwrnuuru io receive, ror wrmiy ioai oi
hav straw, fodder, oats la the straw, we itrhi cr
one thousand poun It or lets, 23 centt) over ont
thousand ounda, 60 centt and for each and ever)
bundle, bale, or package uf the tame, lOccnta, fir
neirhlng live ttock, two centt for eveiy hundred
Parties purchasing; will 1 required to cemr'r
with all f he prnvltiont of the act approved tflt
February, ISiJ, entitled " An act toeatatllth pub
lie hay tcalfi, and for other purposci "
K1CI1AKU WALLAIM IMftVOr
T Y LEWIS & CO.,
Tj AUCTIO FERS.
TJmtfd states .mamhal's lur opthf
SCHOONf R "HERALD" AND CARGO.
In ilrtue of a decree Issued from the Lierk'a
Office of the Supreme- Court of the Dlttrict of Co
lumb'a, holding a district court, at.d to me directed.
i win ten at iiunue saie, ior rati, at tne root oi
Sixth street harf, on the Putomao liver, on
TUEDAY,theS4th day of November ioat.lbw,
cimmenclng at 11 o'clock A. M, the tthooeer
" HERALD." her Tackle, Apparel, and Furniture.
Also, at the same time, her cargo, v Ir
1 Chronometer, siorapttet,
I Baromiier, l Thermomlter,
I Ll.i..f, 4 Lots Matehea,
1 bbt Pilot Bread, and pirt I M il iur.
IS7 Sacks Bohemian Salt,
149 do. do.
41 do. do.
I i& Kegs carbonate of Soda.
WARD II. LAMON,
U. s Marahal, D. C,
per LEWIS & cn ,
BY JAtf. C McUUIRE & CO.,
8MALL FRAME HOUF AND LOT ON NIW
JFHSE A ENUF. BKTW KEN NORTH I.
KIRKET ANII NKW ORK AVEMT-Ou
MONDAY AFTFRNOON, Nov. 16th, at 4 o'clock,
on tho premises, we shall sell part of Lot No. 8, In
Square No. Ao7. fronting fourteen feet on New Jer
ecy avenue, between north L street and New York
venue, am, running nacK lisieet oincnes,iorerner
with the improvements, eontltttng of a small T o
etory Frame House, contatotng three rooms.
Conveyances at the cost of the purchaser.
JAS C. MGt'IRE k CO,
nol Ht J Auctioneer j
CfTiit al-ove sale Is postponed until SATUR
DAY, November 31, same hour.
JAS. C. McGUIRE k CO,
lov 17 d Auct'oneere
BY .1 . U.MdUUI1iKC O.'
SUP HI UK ROSEWOOD CASE "CHIlKhR
ING " PI ANO FORTE, Mirrors, Chandeliers, Cab.
Inet FurnMure, Elegant Vates, ornamenta, sitter
plated Ware, As on TUFSDaV MUHNINO, Nov
ith, at 10 o'clock, at the residence of Clement
Hill, Ftq., H afreet, between Connecticut arenue
and Seventeenth afreet, wa ihatt !! hla rnin.
furniture and houtehold etlctt, conitirlting
aujrrior iujifwikhi ciafM acrcn-ocrave piano
ferte by Cblckering,"
Suite of Rotewood carve! parlor furniture, lla-
lihed tn green and gold broealelle.
Arm, eaty and fane) chalre of varioiit kind,
flnlthed In brocatelle,
llegaot Rosewood centre table, very Ure slir,
with vf ona marble top,
Gilt framed French plate mantel and pier glaaae
Green and gold brocatelle curtains, with luevu-
tatns, cornice, and lixturea
Handsome Rotewood eaorltoir
Pair ol tuperb buhl txiilett, secretary, and work-
Beautiful what nott and fancy tables in rm-
Fine medallion and bruitels carpett
Hugt, oil cloth, ttalr carpet
fioaewood cloth eov ered whltt tat le
Two raagnitlcent Dretden ratee from the Tulle-
riet, rlnlihed Io tte moil elaborate ttjle of
art, with historic rturet, kg., coil buu
Two superb Japanese vates, tti Inches higU, the
largest in the country
llegant China and bisque vases, groupa anl
Large and handtame Japanete card rreilver,
superior Stiver-plated Walters, tureen i,
egetable dltbet, chafing dishes.
Liquor stand, egg stand, tailors andbvtttcrdiit.fi,
Elegant aklv cr-piated dettt-rt service, comprlttcg
Kpergnewlth four brackets, with engraved
glass shades, four fruit stands, and two wine
Blue and cold ch'na dinner and desiert service,
Gilt aud deiorathedtuner, tea, an I de inert ttfi-
Fine table cutlery, cut and engraved glaatware,
Superior vvaliiuti.arvcdcxteiitlon lal-ie.
Marble-top stdiboard, Icalher-coiercd dlnlog
Llbrar) bui.Lt.aies, and bookstands in walnut,
t-luih coverttt tufa and arm chairs,
L tori lent Ledtlt ml, wardrobes, bureaus, wash-
Superior feather bodt, hair and huik mattreaaes,
Lounges, eaty chain, rockert,
Bolttera and pillows, toilet sets,
Chamber stoves, fire sets,
indow curtains, shades and coruUe,
Together with the usual assortment ul kitkl.eu
lermicash. JAS. C MvGUIRE A. Co
novlC -u Auctiontrra
(. M'GUIHE a CO
ADMINIiTRATOR'S SALF Or" VFIlY f t'
AULK LAW LIBRARY AND CULLrClIUN uh
MlbLELLA.SkOUSUOUKS OuMO.SDW KM
N1NU, o, rmber 16, co in men el OK tt half past alt
o'clock nnd continuing at the time hour on tu -ceedingdavt.wethall
tell theextentivo and valu
able Librar) of the late J. Ltuit Moier, of Alva
andrla, lrgloii, loropritlug the newest and butt
editions In uncommon good order and pretei v at Ion
e name In part
Actr, Lawt, Cndct, Conmrutarlci, and Dlgette
Reports In Unite I Slates supreme and (ivll
Count, and the xelu-quer
Reports nf Mrglnla, Mar) land, Peunsylv anU,
New lork, Minnesota, Mliiourl, Kamai, aud Ar
kamti, i artlcularly complete lu Mrglnta nd
Hrpurti In the tngllih louils of luiuiuoii Liw,
Vj vols ,c
Alio, a lli.f gollectlou of Mltccllancoiis Book,
Aniertt.an anl Fnejlih ( Uiks arid tuets
(lit) t, Uingraphiet, ninl lllalorlea
llluitratiHl travels and ojm
Unely Illuttrated oiks ou Natural History
Atlaira. Uoukt, adulhvr Imporltuit totilcaol the
aiiaketpeaie, by Stautout 3 volt , 4tu, tpteudlJI)
lilt). I rated
Moral and Relltfloua Books, particularly ou Uti
le) an Mctliodiiiu
llne lab. net of Mlncraloirv. with mure Ihnnttto
thouaand tnecliueut properly labeled, fee
tf" Catalogues may be had on appluahuo to the
By order ot the Administratrix
JAS, l MnUUHLJ. (.0,
ti n.. ).. i.i. ia iiimioilith noitporiidon
account or dvla) in gutting out llalogu uulll
MONDA, NovriuberSV, eame ' bj;ur.
A PSIM'ANT QL'AHTERMASTEH'H
- iillu i riiruer of G aid Twentr-iecni
aTirvta, Waiiiinuton, D 0, Octotwr ?J, IW3 -
ill be tni I at Public Ubllon ou the ev,u.l at) i
liurlh WfduetdavS) Uth amlVJthof Novenmcr, at
tbt I orral, uear the Waihtngtn Obierv alory
A large lot of Horses aud hlulee, condrmnc 1 ai
ui nt lor public service
Mlts to commence at lUo'cloek a m
Urme caih. In Government lunlt
CHAS H TOMPK1N.
o,34-38t Captain and A Q M U Aray