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OITT fcOt7HClL. f ""
BoiHD or JBtouiu Met t usual tlm'a and
rfsfrtnninnicntlon wh reoelTeel from the
Imjnr, in approval of certain iota.
A hill In elva-tha mill of tha Board nf Al
dermen and Common Counoll of theoltvof
waahlnfton, to tha oonatrnoiioa or otrtain
branch raliwsjra In aald elir, IU postponed
hou mean ineBpeoiainrueriorMiBDMi.seion,
A hill mmklni an anoronriatlon for tha ra
pair of TwantTath street waat, from E itraot
north to tha boundary of tba city, wag report
ed from tba Commtttaa on Improvements, and
A. bill making appropriation to da tha paw.
area In tha waat wine 01 tha Cltr Ball.
A bill for tha rallalof Edward Cnrnallna waa
On motion of Hr. Word, It waa raaolrad that
the two boarda mat In Joint union on Monday
naxl(at Ji tiVlock, for the purpose of eleoUnf
Commlaalonara of Eleo Ion, at tne ensuing Jans
alectpn. ! "
Alto, a resolution requesting tha Ifayor to
oall the attention of the Board of Health to the
mieeraoie nuisang now existing eut or Four
. und-a half atreaf waat, near at atreat aouth,
earned by half burled dead anlmalf, an I re
aulra the nromnt abatement of aald nulaance,
It wsswiUOTSsolved to requeat of the Mayor
a Hat of all the acta authorizing the Improve
ment, of avenues, atreeta, or alleya, passed
amoe tna nrti owuiy, ih.ib.
Adjourned to Thuraduynetlat 4 o'clock p.m
Covhox Cockcil. Hr. Emeraun aubmltled a
bill matins' an annronrlatlon to repair E ah
teentavandNloeteonlh atreeta west, between l
and II atreeta, and Twenty first alreet weat,
Between i ana i, aireeis.
Mr. Raub presented the bills against the
Franklin Fire Company amounting to 130 60.
which were referred to tho Committee on Fire
The President presented a petition ol the
Commlaslonera under tbo emanatuatlon act for
permission to use the counoll ohamber Tor their
aesitons, accompanied by a resolution that the
request De granted. Aoouteu.
The President presented the petition of John
T.. Dayton, asking to be released from a Ane.
Referred to the Committee on Claims.
Hr. Shepherd offered n bill providing for the
laying of a water main along M street north,
irom ninui to ienin,Bireoia east, resseo.
Mr. Stevens presented the petition ol Kdw.
lieriz, for refunding the amount of a line.
Iteterred to the Committee on Claima.
A bill lor repairing Klghth street east, from
rennsyivania avenue to ine navy zaragate,
Mr. Lewis, from the Ommittee on Improve
menu, reported a bill for the partial Improve,
ment of Judlolarv square.
Mr. Edmnnston moved to amend,." that the
work shall be done under the supervision ol
ineuuy surveyor, iist,
The bill waslost.
Mr. Lewis also preaontod a rejiorl tin the re.
pairing the Centre Market house.
Mr. Edraonslon was opposed to any Improve
ment on that market.
Mr. Shepherd moved to lay tha 1)111 on the
The same committee reported an estimate In
regard to Iranrovoments tin the streets of the
city, and asked that the matter be referred to
ine oommmoo 10 represent tnis corporation
Mr. Shepherd moved to lay the aubject on the
Mr. Lewis reported a bill authoriring the
tearing uown oi ine wausoi a ournt uunaiog on
Fourteenth etreet. Passed.
The same committee reported a bill to revive
an aot to repair Tenth street west, from D to E
Mr. Shepherdfrom the Committee on Drain
age, reported a bill for the erection ol a Ire
plug at the Intersection of Second street weat
and I street north. Passed.
The same rommittee reported a bill to au
thorize the aupplylng of certain adjoining ten
omenta with Potomac water from one sen Ice
Another bill of the same nature was also
Also, a bill to authorize the laying a water
main on Seventh street west, from B street
north to Pennsvlvanla avenue. Paeaed.
Mr. Shepherd also presented the report uf
tue committee on toe central uuarunouse.
The committee state that the bnildlng la well
adapted to the purposea for which It was de
signed; that It Is well built, Ac ; that the claima
were Just and moderate; and they recommend
that the bill from the upper Board for the com
pletion of the Central Guardhouse and pipe
yard, which bill estimates the amount for Ilia
' completion at 11,737.
Mr. Emerson asked If this was all that the
building would require for Its' completion.
Mr. Shepherd stated that It was, as far aa
The bill waa passed.
A resolution acoempanyirg the report, that
the claima and papers of Thomas Lewla, con
tractor for Ihe central guardhouse, be referred
to tne supennienaeni ni tne central guard
houee and the corporatlen attorney, for their
dimuuwuwi miM vjtuivu. frna u,i,mi.
Mr. Given, from the Committee on Claima,
reported back the petition of Taylor & Hutch
inson, with a request that Uie committee be
.- discharged from the further consideration of
'the petition. Granted.
Also, thai they be discharged from the fur
ther consideration of the petition of Patrick
'the petitioner represents that he fought for
his country in the Mexican war; that he and
hla wife were auletlr pursuing a lawful busi
ness; and that he la poor, and unable to pay a
nue oi azj,imposeq upon mm lor selling intoz
Heasra. Mulloy and Callan lavored the prayer
of tho petitioner.
Mr. Given de Tended the aotlon of the commit
tee. The petitioner admitted that the oharge
was true, and the committee could not do
otherwise than report adversely to his peti
tion. The oommittee were discharged ll'to 7.
Mr. Grinder, from the Committee on Police,
reported h bill to os'Hhllsli the price of gas In
t the Centre Market. 'I he rate is 75 cents per
month for each burner, and the penally for
violation Is W. -
The bill wae passed.
Hr. Murtagh, from the Committee on Pnbllo
Schools, reporleil tho following bill:
Sic il enacted, tc. That a special committee
of two members from the noard of Aldermen
and ot three member from the Board of Com
mon Council be appointed by the two Boarda
as a Joint committee Tor the following pur
poser: 1st. To select seven building lots, more or
less, for publio school purposes, ascertain the
caet oi eaou, ana report loo name tnrougu tue
v Mayor to the two Hoards. One ot the aeven
lota shall be located in the most dsslrable and
available position In each ward of the city,
which shall be sufficient for erecting upon It a
Union ward aobool building, according to the
most approved modem atylo of aohool archi
tecture, of sufficient capacity to accommodate
2d. To offer 1100 for nlans and specifications
of one such building, wbloh Is to be the model 4
tor an toe otoers.
Iletfoletilt That when the said oommittee, In
connection with tho Mayor, shall approve of
any plan and spaoirtcalloua, the Mayor shall be
authorized to pay the aum of 1100 to the suc
cessful arohltect, out of any unappropriated
Mr, Callan moved to amend so aa It will read,
"for tho eduoatlon of while children."
Mr. Shepherd saw ao reason for this amend
ment being pinned on to this proposition. He
was In hope that the discussion on the nern
question In this city was at an end.
Mr. Mulloy said that this question was not
ended. The negro was In Congress, and he
would be here.
Mr. Shepherd aald he thought a better hobby
ought to be chosen to ride inundaiulof ouloe
on, and he still desired to soo the agljjttionon
this subject ended.
The amendnlent of Mr. Callan was adopted
oy the following vote
Yeas Messrs. Rvlaclon. Callan. Kdmonston.
tfmerson, Given, nllz.Mohun, Mulloy, Stevens,
and Talbert 10.
Nays Messrs. Grinder, Lewis, Murlagh,
Pealce, Baub, hhepherd, Wilsoo, and Blch'
Mr Edmonston moved to strike out SUM ai'd
. Insert MO. fir plans, Ac.
Mr. Mulloy moved to make the amount 175.
M r. Bloharda urged the passage or the bill.
Mi. Emerson moved to lay the bill on the
table. He favored the measure It we were
able, but be did not thjnk the city ought to
enter jinonaucJLanUrDrMM at this time. The
motion tp lay on thelaoTs wT IfrsryHhTroH
un.1 With.,.. J '
'NaM-Jmiiri.. JhiioWo. 01
Hit, fowls. MurUgb, Mullov, Peak, fUob.
DilVJUViia OHIOII"! aniuuilf fP-IH, 111(1 U1CQ
The amendment of Mr. MaHo raa adopted
n. tin : MaJ.J'-IZll.Ulll.- m
, Mr, Murtagh, from tha same committee, re-
v.ww ".- ..v. , UlliDI UU1IU W UIKUD-
tlnue male denartmenla i nA 3. in the tnnnh
district, with an amendment 'to establish two
primary scnoois in ID eeraelstrlel.. mito,
Messrs. Murtagh and Wilson ekpfalhed the
OhleotOf Ihe bill and amendment-v
The preiepoe of soldiers In Island Hall.where
the schools were kept, rendered irpaeoesaary
to remove the two departments named to
which removal necessitated, the appolotraeiit of
iivhwiu,i,m (i, uiimw, ,utitav in atMIVf
anta, as bs fore.'. This. Increase if, duty ren
dered an Increase of salary proper, and an ad
ditional appropriation wae required by this
bill rbr this purpose, . ,--,, ,, .
The amendment wae adopted, and the bill
naaaed. rt i
The bill In relation to the Improvement of
Judiciary square waa reconsidered hod passed.
An act to supply a deficiency la printing and
binding for the two boards, reported from the
Wave and Means Commutes, eras paeaed.
Tne . same committee also reported, through
Mr. Wilson, a bill remonstrating agalnat certain
amendments to the Metropolitan Police hill,
uvw ouuiuk iu uvufriMi iriuMsni.
Mr. .Wilson also reported a bill to Increaee
the compensation of certain officers of tha cor
Bill to increase the salary or the ward phyal
clane waa nasaart.
Mr. Wilson moMd that whan Ihla hnprf biI-
journ.lt adjourn to meet next Thursday, at'S
o'clock, tn consider the matter of street rail
A resolution from the upper board, that the
hoards meet next Monday, at s o'clock, for
the purpose ol electing Commissioners on
Election, was passed, and the board adjourned.
"Ei I.tNNS: or.TnYELorixxNT." A new
play, thus entitled, Is announced lor produc
tion at Ford'a Ateem-urn to-nieht. and if its
euooess here approa h-a in completeness, or In
uriiiinDuy,Miai woion maraew ite penonnanoe
last week at Holllday Street Theatre, for which
establishment it was specially written, by an
accomplished and well-known dramatist, the
management will have ample oauaeto congrat
ulate hlmseir upon the results of his enter
prise and llberalltr. The new nlar is baaed
upon the novel of "East Lynne, or The Karl's
uaugnier," ey airs, usury woou, an Kngllan
authoress of deserved celebrity on both sides
of the Atlantic, and is praised by the entire
press of Baltimore, with a heartiness which
amply guarantees lis excellence. The etory ot
"Gist Lynns" Is Irresistibly sympathetic In its
sentiment, ana nas oeen wrougnt into its ara
matlu form with admirable skill and Ingenuity,
Several or lis scenes are referred to by the
critics of Baltimore, as being In the hiebest
degree effective and touching, somuohao that
few auditors, however unused to "the melting
mood," can resist the softening Influence of
tot-ir aa sugKesuveness.. tne story oi tne
play, told in brief, la that i r a beaultrnl and
accomplished wile, who, deserting her hue
band and children, In a moment or Jealoua mad
noes, rsturns disguised, after years of anguish
and remorse, to njl the position or governess to
herown children. She discovers that her yet
fondly-loved husband la wedded to her hated
rival, and this grief, added to her ever acting
remorse, eventually kills her, but not before
she has received the forfilvenesa of the nan
she had eo deeply wronged. Upon this aymna-J
iiitjuw luuuuauun m i, nut a iiar oi.aDsuroiug
Interest and beauty, and one which, if its mer
its be all that is claimed for it, and that we
are disposed to conoede, will prove adeligbtrul
addition to the stock or popular plays.
Gaurxn'aTaiATsi. The success or this grand
establishment la atlll at the flood. Each auo.
ceedlog night flnda audlecoea mors brilliant In
appearance anil larger in numoerstnan on tne
preceding evening. The beauty and comfort
of the house is being more tu'ly developed at
each attendance, and the public now are more
thoroughly appreciating the genius and labors
Herculean ot Nanoleonlo Manager Urover. Last
evening, Mr, E. L. Tiltnn made hie first regular
dramatlo appearance. In conjunction with Miss
Susan Denln and Mr. Boa. Rogers. We think
that the culminating point or a, combination
company has been most cleverly calculated and
admirably efleoted by Manager Graver. With
bis powerful and -arlistto triple company, he
can now produce. In first-rate style, many
fileoes of rare merit and acknowledged popu
arlty, which cannot be performed, even In an
interior manner, by a large majority of what
are known s the standard theatres of the
The "Willow Copse" was presented last
svehlng In a manner unprecedented In our
recollection. It waa an unequivocal sucoess,
and was Irequently Interrupted by avalanohes
nr applause. In the moat Impressive scenes of
this thrilling drama, there were but lew eyea
In the, house that were not moistened with Irre
stralnable tears or sympathy. Mr. Tlllon, Miss
Benin, and Miss Hough, each met with a Bat
tering reception, and were called before the
curtain aeveral times. The piece will be re
peated this evening by universal request; it Is
well worth the price or admission to see Getz's
great scene of the " Banks or the Llewyn."
The performances will commence with Ihe
laughable farce, " Your Lire's In Danger."
Cintiubukv Huii Success crowns success
at this pupular musical resort." A novelty,
railed " The Virginia Mummy," waa produoed
last evening to an audience overflowing and
enthusiastic. Mr. Frank Brower Impersonates
the principal character, Oinger Slue, which la
teeming with run; and from the manner In
which It was received by tbo audience, we
doubt not but that It will enjoy a lengthy
" run." Miss Millie Fowler, the beautiful and
graceful disciple or Terpsichore, and Miss Ma
unval, the song bird, still appear each night,
receiving loud encores In their new and artistic
songs and dances.
Coktlnsmal Oruu Hoiss. A large and bril
liant audience, among whom were many ladlte,
assembled at the Continental last night, to greet
the charming tooallst, Miss Mary Walton. This
talented lady was rapturously encored In every
piece she Hang, and achieved a triumph or
which aha may well be proud. The grand Na
tional tableau, presented laat evening for the
first lime, was well received, and will be re
peated this evening. On dil, that Miss Marietta
Ravel, the greatest danseuse now on the Amer
It an atage.la ehortlr to appear at this estab
lishment. We are pleased to inform the public
that the floe overtures of the orchestra, under
the leadership of Pror.'Nachman, create, every
night, a great sensation among tha spectators.
10 mgnt, a new anaune Dill.
Baltimore Annuail Conference of the M
Conference met. and the roll was called. The
minutes were read and approved.
iiepons rroro tne severs committees were
The ordination of Ihe following preacheraaa
elders look place
, R. H.Cain, II. McNeal Turner, It. I'.GIbbs,
George E. Bover.
The ordination sermon was preached by Rev.
v, -t. nuure. laxii i timoiny, zu, ja, anu t in
verses. HO spoke In an Impressive manner of
the nature of the responsibility the young men
were about to assume.
Bishop Payne concluded with the Impressive
aud solemn ordination service.
An Interesting occurrence was the presenta
tion, to the bishop, Immediately alter ordina
tion, or a splendldsteel engraving "the death
bed scene of Wesley," Rev, A. W. Wayman
made the presentation address, and Bishop
Payne responded In a truly eloquent and most
touching address, which brought tears to all
The conference then adjourned.
The Centre Sfnrket.
We perteive that workmen are engaged In
tearing on the mouldy, looking shingles whloh
cover the Centre Harket, and are engaged tn
reshlnchng II. Better tear down the whole
mean combination ol ugly looking; cabins, and
put up a new market house which would be a
oreilil lnJhe -city, than to spend money on an
object wlnoh Is a dlsgraoe lo us.
NAtusd Qulnii, who was bo severely stabbed, as
we reported yesterday, we are glad to know,
Is raDldlv Imnrovlnir. thanks tn the kind alien.
lions of Justice Stratton and the oOiuers or Ihe
tenth district, the care or Dr. Croggon, and a
naturally SlreilCtiUnstitutiun. He wfllrAnovsr.
although It seems almost a miracle.
Common Ornnknnl, ,
kUn- UriftHh. Mvlne- near the navv vatA. tin
Hunday last became so completely lost to all
sense ol shame or deconet In Ihe use of the
vup of ruin, that she was lying on the commons
urar drunk. Officer Harmon took her betora
Justloe titration, who sent her lo the, work-
uouse as a oommon aruntara.
M have at ffnMt.
luus. ullllppa smalt, talghUooklngdar-
K'.gleaV. 'S'tte&'lX 'SSL
oraeibsn on the strsog-lh of Tlis randaVMhi
i-tt'-r1."' i LiK.rs3"a:1""",'TTF -"".iT-ia
kkB ..... -"' -1 -w -' - & 1-llZ t
"wuj iiuun -j vanaiiw H-anu.ui UK i-uaaw.
Here heeuoceedlog In captivating the tetder
endctious ni isary ane.tayinr; wno nionoa a
toiler oat of, him, on half of i wbloh waa duly
Mary Jons Ward, another fair but frail damsel,
asksd him to treat. He cava her a dollar sola.
and told her to set two drinks with it. afarr
Jane Mo. J did so, but by some means forgot to
sire rraos taeuuosDge naeisaya a man
antlohed It-lawayfrom her and ran away.
Frank dldn'tllka the nrooaedlnaa.andthlnlilr
he.hada't got.hle rnoney's worth, wsnt to the
puiioe nuttion nwwpugea complaint against tns
twpJfAty Jena; They wars arrested and taken
oeiore justice Diratton, wno sent tnem to ine
wura npuse aa prostitutes.
IslwteeeneVlai naUthe Oner.
We are delighted to Inform our music-loving
citizens that the principal artiste or the Italian
opera, from the New York Academy of Banc,
u vumuuutiuu wita tue great pianist, tj, at
Gottsoaalk, will shortly visit Washington and
give1 hi fSW Of Ihelr brilliant anUrlalmaanta.
Mr. Gottsehslk has just returned from the'
west, wnern " nas oeen very successim. Tne
artiste who will assist him Include Mad. D'An-
Sri, the great contralto wA only rival of Aloonl)
Ig. Brignoll, Mancusl, and 8uelnl,wbo art too
will have lbs sntlrs musical direction. Tha
entertslnmentilsi to consist of two parts a
sciuiu Asuii-MiuiuB. woven, aatt tue aoanaa ana
acto( the most modern operas, In rail oostums.
The time and particulars will bs duly announced
Sent te tne Werk-nease.
Mag. Rusael. better known amuna tha fancv
aa "Irish Mag.," a regular feminine tend,
ready at all times for any "dl vllment," whether
It Is flghtlog, cursing,-obsoealty, or drinking,
and especially the latter, which she appears1 to
have a particular Md ungovernable passion tor,
has teen domiciliating in Fighting alley, at
the notorious den or Infamy, kept by "Till
Wads," but "Mag." became Joo much ol a
drunkard even for her. She could submit to
it no longer, ana en oompialned or "Mag." to
the officers vrsterdav. who took her to the sta.
tlon house, when Justice Stratton sent her to
the work home as a common drunkard and
laea'tv-H 1 lltvi
An -.t Drantncr -Uona
Our llanaohuiattfl bo-i In the arm- will
learn With regret, thetuuf Mb of a well Known
una .ue mea arum me r oeionginf to meir
BUte. "Uncle John Sari lie." a drummer Li7
the hut war, -.nd the raoetsoleDtifto of his crart
In tUe country, hung hlmseJf at Iloxbury , U.,
recantlr, He wm burled with respectlul Ibr
nialtlr and military honors, at the famous
Mount Auburn Cemetery. He has "beat his
last retreat," and wtHi the "Reveille" of the
resurrection mora, reace to nut asnes I
II s - I.I I
Two vounc men from Georcetuwn. Jutm
i rcher and BalUer, wentdown ou Eleventh
street wharf last Sunday, and got on a lark,
utlng- profane language, and muting In an other
wise disorderly manner. They were requested
to denint, and warned of the consequence, by
Oftlcers Barker and Aihton: bnt the votmt
e'luiriH, luniiaerinE ineir own course ne DeSl,
conunuea ineir rroi o. wnen tns ameer a Mrr.,
ed them and took them bo To re Justice Stratton.
who flned them 13.91 each. Ruber dear sport,
union i itjiu.9 iu lofjir raiurmaiiun
.A Una Trick
Borne uf the late owners of slaves are play
1 112 a mean trick on the freed nan and women.
They tell them that until the Government pays
iu raunir iooy remain as muon slaves as erer.
nyiDis lamenona. ine services oi inese poor
popple can be made use of gratuitously tor a
few dars tourer. The colored nannla ourht tn
be informed by their friends of the true state
oi inn case, xney are ausomieiy rree, ana
their late masters have no particle of right to
their time or labor without paying the market
price ion, wiLBEKroiiK.
A portion of a pontoon train has been stand -
uie nr near r a monin in tne oDen air on Hart.
land avenue. No one seems to have anv care
of the train, and It seems to us that some lots
may accrue taineuovernment oy me exposure
to the weather or the peculations nf thieves.
le ot bawd.
Wall A. Barnard, auctioneers, sold, vetterdar
afternoon, at their auction rooms, a part of a
iraoi in iaou aojuiaing am oeTenio sireet ion
gate, with Improvements, for four thousand
mid flftv dollars. Purchased bv DAnlel Mehr.
On the 27th Instant, with tvohoidiineumonla.
Mr. James S. Smith, In the 3Mb year of bis age.
his lunerai win lace place voaajr at a o'ciock,
from his late reildenoe, 696 Seventh street east.
Me leaves a wife to whom he was ever kind,
and ohildren who will ever know the worth of
an Indulgent father.
WhltetTmrsi. No. 43 Pina. Ay mi v.,
Is lelling original cartm de tmH photographs
of Generals Soott, HcClellan, Wool, Ranks, Fre
mont, Butler, and others. Our likeness of
MoUlellan li the latest published, and Is con
sidered the best In existence. See our photo
Srahs In oil and water eo1o.es. - Also portral Is of
Istlngutsheri men. Attention of military men
is causa vo our inn lengtn leiuirty ,!, wr ssna
inc qj mJi.
aW We are Dloascd to call the aAtetitlnM
of oar oli lieu and ol Itn to th Mcnrihtn ah a&i try.
A40 Seventh itrert, four doon above D There Is ao
oiucr pinw in urn mj wntT to pcauuiui rnoio
srsphs and Ambrotypcs art taken, and where to
muoh politrneof it thown to ctutomtni
, eTW Photos;rph attrt Aubrotrpci ortl
tlzei art taken on a nw plan only Snows to tht
pr.prlttor ef the MelleUan Art Gallery .MO Heventh
ttrtet, four doon abort D
fhOM S1t)lItd Willi thM troubli-susm thlatra
whaiherhard ortotr. aluo thoM irnnbicri with Run
loaf, CallOf liltt, elnb sad in growlnr tot &a.ii,ctn
And gnat telltt and ttUufsotory btnclt by applying
w a-e. u. n """ "svIvs.sef;HlC, UVIWSCJI
rwur hu a umn stim oiain mirvui, ntrom ( MQOQQ
m v ttr-
ShTlra another coin inn may be teen s few
ol the many tettlmonUtt lYam well known ciilicn
of Wiihlagton, and they arak louder than say
thing we could nj It h with plttsurt we lay them
before a candid ana tpprecisuvt publio Our peo
pie art tired of thcorle When aula li tizk he
wsnti the phyelcltn who pretcribei remodtei that
art mra 10 curt Dim, ana tuen a pernon rouaa la
ut .urauiviT, laaieia iiru iogior
Come sud iet for yosTMlrtt vt isms and mflerini ,
oh, ye rbeumitlo and dylag , some and see,
i.iaiit anaii aaain me laoea eye Illume.
And roey health the pallid cheek resume
Thousands rrecued from disesae end death ,
lavoke God's blesslngi on Tumblety.
I deelra vour sroitiata hearta tn lilt
Your bleeding wounds to cure.
And with th. treasures or nsture's gift
Kellers ths rleh and poor.
The Indian Herb Doctor wilt describe dl-icsseisad
tell liu patients the nature of their complaints or
lllneae, without reeeiviag sey tnformstlon from
mem i-10 ciiaffe ror oonsBliauon
Office No 11, vTseblagtoa Betiding, Peaaiylva
nls svenue, eeraer ot Seventh street
Hnbbertloo-de nt af.nnafnctNror'0 Prlree,
tor T.n Dny.i
Mil U. A. II ALL will sell lleu'i Bobber Over
ihoee and Bandals for SO cents per pair, Ladles'
ultra aw oaauaw, t-w oaiiia par pair, nHDDer ron-
ohoe, siao e-ch, Bubtar Ooets, white end blaok,
13.00 each, Babher sheets, (to protest children'!
oeae.) 00 oeau eacu, and every article tnaae from
India Bobber or Untta Psrclis, at oorrerpondlng
prloes, at 1 be India Baboer Wareboess,
ep!7 If Bet Ninth and Tenth its.
SSy-Tlie HefJIellnn Photoemph nnd Am.
brotype Gallery, 5W0 Heventh street, lour doors
above I, hte be-ome a Waehlncton Inetltutiod for
Ihe mo-t pleeileg Cartes de Vuite It will be rur
loss by not pstronlsiog such s perfect cstsbllshmeet.
NOTICB TO 1 HIS C1TUKNS OK T1IK DIS
trlot ol (olumbta Ihe andetiianed offra hi.
eervloee In maktn-7 oat the neoeeeeir pspcrs lor pre.
eentatioetothe'-llosrd of CoramlseloBers who sre
now sitting la this citr, to adjudlctte allcla'ma
oomlrg before them under the emsnclpsllon act -
,,r w fli-M-ra loiicrana eiinir.u. ia iiouae 01
ftepreeeafaUvee. Also to Geo M Weaton
No 3Ai Kighthetrect, between I and K north,
S" 111BT8 1 smnTs 1 TrfisTa i at old pbicb,
at SSlITU'S.No 460 Seventh etrcctippwlu
real Offloe mar m-ZAum
A 1,1, TUBE 1MCBT OOUKIIO BTOVK9,
A TAni.B (JUTI.KltY, AND
, , " I-I. KINDS
Caatp Varaltars asd Tie ware,to be had of
VT li BABKOVKK.
eoaloiaut wtt Ike reeelanWoflee
neas'eei rfsiy ivyvwii, -r
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ad Vermont Vol il
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Mth New York Vol .
1st New Jsrssv Cav
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1st Peas- ArUUerv... 1
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At Mount Pleasant (Jmeral IhspUal, AprU 18.
1st Ntw York Art .... I
7th Heine Vol!
llth do do. ...
Mh New Jersey Vol
Ith Venn revelry...
1st do Chas'n 11
32d New York Vol ... 1
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At Douglas Hospital, corner of 1 street an'J New
Jerery Avenue, April 18.
letIT 8 Art 1
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lit Leas Island Vols. .10
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Ith WU. Vol
St ChSOlalB. (hi Cantaln tc Admta.t and Baa
At Indiana Jloqntal, (Patent Ofice,) Washing
ton, u. u, iriru in.
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Hat rean Vol
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Prisoner ot war.
-"" OFaXUA HOUSM.
CONTINENTAL OPEBA BOUSE,
COITINKNTAL OPERA HOUSE,
Peuesyltaela Avenue and Eleventh Street,
I'eunaylvsnia Avenue and hlavsnth Klreel,.
Pennaylvsaia Aveaue and 1, evonth street,
The Itnre nre- Here,
The Stave nro llerr.
The lints are Here.
OUlt POsITION IS ESTABLISH I.U I
OUR POSITION 18 1.81 AHLlaill.UI
OUR POSITION 18 ESTABLISHED I
THE VOICE OP THE PUBLIO,
THE VOICE OF THE PUBLIC
1I1K VOICE OP THE PUBLIC,
Declares la unmistakable tonee, that the Coatl
nentalls the beet managed aad conduoted place ol
Amusement In the eliy
I HE CONTININTAL COMBINATION,
TUB CONTINE1TAI, COMBINATION,
THE CONTINENTAL COMBINATION,
MISS MARY WALTON,
MISS MARY WALTON
MIS HAKY WALTO;
Th. lilesaing Vocalist from the Northern Theetres,
litis EVENING, AXD ALL THE WI.K1C
M1IN KA1 X MARSHALL,
MISS KATE MARSHALL,
MlbS LUCY CLiriON,
MlbS LLt'Y CLIFTON,
I HANK LEMOUNT, 1UANK LEMtlUNT,
t UTl If tl'ir f IV III UTL'D IMJ I r t IL
.I BIJSS.BI) II lUUtO) UlHCIIfin, BTlljlitlV,
And all Ihe stock Company,
Die Haett OichMtra In the City,
. he Hrn-it OrcbMtra In the Oltj ,
I'BOI- UhUBOK NA('llMAN,Lnl(r
l'BOK ULOIU1K NACllMAN.Leaie-
The HUra Tonight The Stan To night
Change vt Programme Fvery Night
Change of rragrtmine Kery Night.
Change or rrograouno Kitrj Night
CAIIDH OK ADMISSION. 04 cent-. niiUm-B
anafioomDanltKl tor Ladlia. to Orahcttra aeab. ftoJ
rr.- , jii.ii. !.. - "1
are Front avata Invarlablr rtaarvad fbr laJiM.-cm
l5oorf open at T o clock t Ceoncert oommenM at 8
ap 28 Iw Agent and Treanirer
KIH'KKINOL.K. 'B OOMK
J oat reoilvlBg, ths lsrgsst stock ol
Writing Desks, Dressing Csses.r rllolios, Dtreo.
tlon aad Alphabet Blocks, Games, Photo
graph Albums, Gin aad Miscel
laneous Books, la great
varieties, at war
Call aad vee, at iHEPnitRD'S
deo II Cored tcveoth ead D streets.
TjUOPOSALB ITOR WI1ARP,
A vraaiiisoTOM AaasaiL, i
MEALED PROPOSALS for raball,
. Acril IS. 1161
aiding tbe Whsrf
on ths l'otomao side or the Washington Arsenal
win oe rvoeivea at id. omoe 01 tne commenaieg
Offlcr, up to 11 o clock, a ra , the 'id day of May.
lor further informatloa, spply to
OKO D. RAMSAY,
s2S dtd Lt Colonel Commanding.
BOAIIDINO.-V OKNTLUMAN AND LADY,
3t two Gentlemen oan be accommodated with a
largo treat loom sod bosrd st ooo E etreet, be
twecn Hecead and Third, with a private ferally.
TTOI HOI FOR THE PEOPLE'S CLOTHINO
AA STORE, No 400 Seventh afreet, where you
esn Hod tne best atock of Ckaailag,
ueous, iruoss, lists ana t.spe, at low
mar an u.im
NEWOOODSI NEW GOODS t-CLOTHINO,
aurnLihin. liooda. Truaka. flat, and Cn. af
Northern prloee, at No 4100 Seveath street, Bear F
NOW IS 1 HE TIME TO BUY SPRING
Clothing, Irunka, Hats, and Caps, at No SO
Thi- (ftxwdayvg, Aril UBtK.
EAST LYME; '
UNatXAMPMCD SUCCESS IN BALTIMORE I
Eeoh or l'jDrtrmia0as ettraeted Splendli sad
Is emlveraallv proeoaaoed a aaoot eeleadld
TBIOMPU OP ABT
Its eaqultlte exeellenee la sightly reeosjetsedbr the
ruFAmmc jkFPLivsi or tubs
. The Inssailihlejiethoe ol
LITTLE WILLIES lir.AIH SCENE
le beyond deeorlptlos It Bait really he witnessed
to give an appreciation or Its power.
v . T" Eaiiaa Paass or Bsttmose,
The Svn, '
agree la proaosnelaf EAST LYNN as a most adml
rabte prodaet oe, and la COHMENDINO It to pop
alar approbaUcm rr
Tb-nlgUit Ike Hr Xlght of Eatl Lyra,
To-night U tint NUht of But Iymt,
AT FORD'i 'ATHEN.EUM
AT FOBD'S. ATHEN.EUM
(THK NEv? NATIONAL,)
..Lessee ead Msaager
u. is raiLttrs
0KCONO NIOHT OF THE
COJrGREM8 OF COJVEDMJiJTB
HIKS SUSAN DKIN,
miss lottt noirnii
... ,. nVnJU8H JKWKIK PARKER,
M,E.LT.LTON, MI"' D"''
Mr D 8 ETCH ELL,
Asaal f .araras assBal A klaa laauwatat lai arj.- '
. a. m(s ninsin aim svi ussssasei SUU)fnn,aj-( e
THIS (.TUrSDAY) BVriNINO, Aran, 211,
STar UNI VESSAL UEQULST,-a
The Hcautilal aad ThrlUIng Urams, In Ove aca.br
Dion BOBrolcaalt, atitled the
. . wl,h 'he Grand Reeve or the
HANKS OP THE LLEWYN,
Pslnieu espreeaty tor this pleo. by lb. Oreat M eater
or Soenlo Art,'
, . , MR. CHARLES 8 OETZ.
Luke Fielding Mr E. L TUtoa
Rose Fleldias Mrs K L lllton
Meg v. MleeLotty Hough
The petfotmiooe will rommenee with the chsrmlnf
lUlia LIFE S IN DANGER
John Strong Mr. BEN ItOOEBS
PRICES OP ADMISSION t
Dreae Circle and rail) setts Circle.... 10 eeats
Family Circle st oeBts
Orobeetra Chairs ?s ceats
SestslnPrirateBoxes. ..-,.. it
Colored OaUery il cents.
Colored Perterre M cents
Doors will be opened at 7 o clock, to eommenoe at
Box oOos lor aecurleg eesU cpea from aatll 1,
aad 3 uatll I o'clcck
The Babes In tha Wood.
FlltOS ATHENXUM, TENTH STREET,
, BbTWEEN l: AND -J oh. T. Fosn, Pro
rletor and Maaager. Jons B Waienv, Stage
lanager Actlcg Baasger, Joseph HoArdle.
TUESDAY EVENINU, April Jlh.
KIM sight la Wsshleston of the sew morel plsy
OR THE ELOPEMENT,
A touohlng moial leaton, la I acts
Archibald John McCulloagh
abel. MlssA.nl. (Jrahera
UljaCerny lira J. R. Vincent
ttUeoa Mlaa Aadereoa
P..u.V,ra Mh" Annie Hodges
ttllUsm Little Julia
Wsomaniv EDWIN PORREST wiu. Arrssa
Box offloe open Irom 0 till 4 o'clcck
Anaijisioa Dr. a (Tlpal. .nri Pamn.H. tk ,un,a
Senrcd Seats, It. Orchestra and Balcony Seats,!';
Prlvste Beaee, (holding eight,) lie, Family Circle,
23 cents ' '
Doon opuatliCtirtain rises at s. spll tt
Lonlslnnat Avenue, nenr Blxlb street,
A BRILLIANT PEBFORMANCK.
COMBINATION ' I
THE OREA1 ETHIOPIAN COMF.DY,
The FORREST of tha Ethianlan Drjin. will
appear Ib his great character.
TVTIll Xeda. Duval,
hs Sweet Operatic 8onlireea.
TVTIamasi BUlUa Vovarlnr.
The meat beaatlfal uaceenie on ihe America ..age,
1 ha Talented Kthlopi tn Comedian
the Washington favorite, will aasiat I rank lirowvr I
DAMON m v raiAs
THE COURT OF UEAU1 .in new lMnces
MAUK1UALS OF SPAIN.
The People's appreciation 1 t loeed each eight by
tlio Public Voloe.the 1'ubll) Press Th Kleganl
Journatfiof the day unite In pronouncing
1 he flrst Music Halt of the Age
Shouts of Applauss and Roar of Laughter
Tha MaiiiBiaTttrai aver nn- tha w.lart tAauiHM ilm
best talent in the oonntrv
riiEV KNOW NO LIMI1S,
THK KKAtt NO OPPOSITION
Thsv manage for the public Uste
-No peraoa leave the Hill and regrets hi mo
ney and time spent there
poors open at T ', ; I'erfbtmanca at B i o'oloek.
Admlauoa 24 oenu ; Orchettim chain m oenu
For Ladle and Famlliea.OQ
WKDNESDAY A SATURDAY AFTERNOONS,
at 1 o'clock,
When ft lavish distribution of F.LEOANT PRES
ENTS Is made Rich and ooetly Jewelry. Hooks,
royi, Fanoy Articles. $i& SILVER CAKL HAS
jnT Admission 20 cent i Children 10 oenu.
wrMrs Cobb. No U7 K street, rtcelnd a snlee
did W Silver Cake Basket, At ril -"th
ACADKD1Y UF MUI1C,
Ko 2HJ, inn'kUanM Avenue, &ouJK Sdetbetwten WttUk
aw if IK. KTKU. s
Lvcry evening, a remukably fine
embracing selections from th best olaasic mudo, and
the most popular OPERAS, rendered la better ity te
than In any other American oouoert saloon.
'1 . Al.k e-J li.ll. Ol....
AalSJ Bte3al(-sllarni lesMMtt DlUflr,
SIQNOR ANTONIO TIBERTINI.
Prim Baritone fiom tbe St Car o Theatre, at Na
pies, he been engaged , and will aaalct the ent rtaiu
ment of tbe eveniag with the finest Melodle and
j- r' aT--,.. -... - ....
lie guen ana we puoua are in v ilea, ana may rely
upon having avery comlbrt they desire. In addlilou
to the finest asuiio tn Wasbinsion. tha will nhtain
on call, from the attentive attendants, decidedly the
but REFRESHMENTS for aale in the Federal
Offloer constantly in attend aaoe to keep good
Concert commencing at 4 p m
ftp tl-tt ULNRV ROSENTHAL, Prop'r,
By w 1 1, ir mil inn n..ii.n..e.i
emth earmar Pa... aad Wlafh a.i
or iiimsilF.f) rffifLTiTiva MTTViAr, (WiTv
TUESDAY HOBIIINO 201 h rasu.t,at 10 o'clock, am
we win ii, e ao. oaiva'ie.auaai aaaio, ojwoeuena.
Cear. MsMsathn enHealatoflliwr CeenlaurAIlM ".
1st. n.nlllodCc4,'cseaiitai(ta part ef-. liUiilL
mt W lit lJ rtMSnadssl iflfTasevtaS; aleu - er-
I ono Window Sseh Lights, do
W - smFTlI10BtUllIklTllKflaaat .
OI.PS34B. WIDt milt)
id yellow pin. Balsstsre h Lf .ser
blk wsleat NeweU raeu -,,, fllt
sV!!" T mm
WfthBaaar ether articles Bsa'aUrkrpt la a Be w uX
hafloienL "ct"7 otrh ree ranaeeeseais ieii . T ,15
Taanst All saau and.r ftO,"ah over1 thai'-''' ''a
BSBBBI SCIHIIO ailIMnhi(laiM.rwanba .-l."7l
sattakcterllyeadorsad, bearing Interait ' ,,. '
. -iiu ifcBjuill. Trustee.
WALL k BARNARD.
"?, ' Aaetloiieers 0 r(,t
BT laltSSKSI ak VVILLIASSB, Awrtlonaaem.
EXO' I.LENT HOUSEROLD FLTHNITUIIB'"
ST AUCTION. On WEDNESDAY,the3uhmV
U ahnaav Unite. Parijw a.4 VmII m 1-h.t. Ttl
MahoSsay Sideboard, Drewlse and oh r Bureams "
trooitellc Window Cartaine. Wilting Deak ' -""
Whatnot, China, Olsss, and Crockery Ware
Velvet aad ether Carpets, and Itngi, Felt her1'
Oltt Frame Lootlegfleae, Marble top Table '
Ceoklng aad other Slovee, Bedstea'a, Kitchen
and other nqulsltes.an., as
OBEBN k WILLIAMS,
ap 31 d (Stsrl Ancuoneers
BY J, V, KeauiBK A Ctl., Anelloneers.
FURNITURE AND EFFECTS OF THE
MANSION HOUeE AT PUBLIC AUCTIOV On
THURSDAY HORNINO.Msy lit essmenclng St
10 o'clock, we shall sail the entire contents of the
sfaaaloa House, No. 241 Pennylvenls avenue, be
tweea FourteeBth and Fifteenth streets, eonteteel
In abont 17 looses, mntraelng . ,
iPalated Cottai . Chamb'V Salte. '
Walnat and Hahogaey Freooh Bedtesda
Single and Doable Cottage Bedstei d ''
Walnat aad Mahogany Bums), slJ Wsebetands1'
Bterble top Centre and side Tables
Hslreloth aad Case Beet Chslrs
Feather Beds, Boleters, and PL lows
Iliir suitresses, Bolstmv, and Pillows
Husk and Cotton, and Htuk MsttreeKVi,
Blankets, Sheets, Comfort .and guilts
Braasels. Ingrain, and Three ply Carpets
enetlan Sulr Carret. Oilcloth
Lao. and Demaek Curtains
Chamber StovM, Ao , Ao. "'
Toother with the OOee Farnltore
J.C. ModUIBEt CO.,
sp 2-dtd Auctioneers
BY OHRKrf 4 WILT T AH A rac t loMke-r..
TKDSTKR'S 8AI.K OF LOT OF GROUNI
AT AUCTION On MONDAY, th- ftth day of
MY. 1842. 1 ihall Bttll.ln fWint of tha ntwmlNM. at a
o clock, p m , by rlrtne of n Afi oftruit to the
abwrlber, bcaiing data tha I'd day of April, llm,
and dlj recorded In Liber J. A. 4, No iD.folliM
100. 101. and 102. ooa of tha land riVMrii. for Wai
lofton conntf , In tha Dlmrlct of Colaaabla, the fol.
lowing named properly, lying ar d being In tha city
of WaahlDgton Dlitriotafotciaid.vla
North partof IsOt nnmbered aerentecn (17.1 In
ivj.artnomberadflTt hundred and eighty fi.,((Ri )
uiit'uh irvBiaUi . imtgn ovDUBt. anrr-ri we it, run
nlof back to an alley UiaoonrM aaddlatancAinora
fally made known on tha day of talc with the in.,
Titim of Mile-One half eaah; balance In h'k and
twelTe monthi. tha Durchawr to hIvb notri far tin
deftrrad Darmenta. bearinr Interetrt from dar of
aale. a deed alren and a deed of fruit taken
All ooareytDdng at tha ooet of the turcbaaer If
tht pnrehaier ehonld fall to comply with the .era
In Uva daya after tbe aala, tbe trait ae renervw tha
right to resell the property at tha riak and coat of the
deffanlttag pnrohaaer, by advertising tha aame ihre
timea In tba thvvMicm newiraptr
ftp -3 fodfcda Auctlooaera
BT OHCBW& WILLIAMS, AavMoateara.
TBUSTKK'8 SALK OF IMI'KOTED PUOP
KICTT. By Tit toe of a deed of trtuf, made and ex
rented on the 22d day of Marttb, isra.br Alfrtnt
Day, to the subKribar, and duly recorded in Liber
J. A. S , No.197, folloa86rfivo ,ovo' thtlaod re-
ooidi of Wa hington County, in tbe Dimist of Co
lumbia for certain purpoitn therein mentioned. X
111 aell, at pnbllo auo Ian, on the prtmieei, ou
Kourth afreet, betweaa 1 and Q itreeta wea, tm
3IONDAY, tbe 26th day of May n-xt enauinr at 4
o'clock i' m , all that rittCL OK PABrELOt
aKOUD lying and being in tb city of Washing
ton, known and designated, on th ground plet or
plan thereot.aatweaty-eight feet t.oot and ruulni
back tbe depth of the lot nnmbered six (6,) la Kiunre
numbered fire hundred and twenty one est, t th'
log the aouth twnty eight feet of aald lot No , in
gather with the improvement, conflating of a two
rtoiy and basement bilck home and pitmlaee, with
Taaua or Salb One third of the pur ohaaa money
to be paid within three days alter tte day of te
and the remainder la three equal Lnitalmenii, at i-lx ,
twelve, and eighteen month , with note on ietareitt
A deed to b trlven and a deed of trum takes, at
the expena ot the purchaser, to secure the atTrrred
payment n ma irrni" oi saie dc not "ompiirn
with within thre days alter th ' sale, the tru tee re
serves the right to re sell at the c.at and risk of t In
defaulting pnrohiser ,
QUI-LN A WILLIAMS,
ap 2ft-Uwad Aucti.neen. "
BY OUEKM b WILt.IAIlFe. Ataetlonaare.
CHANCERY BALh OF REAL MTAIK
avd iMPBOViMtHtea Bv trtue of a decree oi th
Circuit Court of the Dlntrlct if Columbia, in clun
eery fitting, bearing date the Uth day of sVebrntry,
A. 1) 1M-, and passed la a cauaa therein depsndlnir.
In whloh Joseph T. Howa d 1 eompialoant a"d
Enhralm Rodblrd and others are defendant I hU
oiler lor sale, at pubUe auction, n T1IUKSDA. ,
the 1st day of May, A 1 18., in front of theprem
lseF,at4oelock,n m . alt tbe right, title, latere
and eaUta of which Ebeneser Itodtird wits Mixed
and Dosea-aed at the time of hi deceate.of.tn.aad
to tbe following property, or io much a I sntnolent,
to wit i
Lot numbered six (6) In iquare n sabered at hun
dred audone.(01,) corner south Qctraeiaodfiitsoond
Lot numbered three Si in aauare numbered flt
buidredand ninety nine, (M.) corner of-eoutb I'
street and.Becmd street west
The eut half lot numbered eight S) In srjuare
numbered four hundred and ninety olne.U'W ) frot
In m couth K street, between Four and a half and
Lot numbered fourteen f 1 iu square numbered
nine hundred and eighty three, (983,) front if eon
Twelfth street east, between north F aid north il
Andpartof lot numbered thirteen (13) In wiaare
numbered six hundred and twenty, t.fl.0,) to Kit
r,.e south thirty six, 1M,) feet lrent of -aid lot
thlrteen.(13.ixtudlQK back with that width the
tnt ire depth of said lot on Hret ttreet we-t. between
north L and 31 streets all of the plan of the city ol
Wellington-.- portion of which property is im
i uo riaip wiu vvuiiAiruu" at aiv iu e in rquarv ikv,
on south K, between Font and a half aud Sixth
ofeets.end wntinn from day to day until all L
Terms of sile e One third cash , the residue In
three equal liutalnieni of Ux, twelve, and eUhfeen
month , the purchaser giving his noti . for tbe de
ferred payment, endcrctd to the satisfaction of th.
said trustee, and btfttlrg Interest Irom the day rl
sale ml deed tope rt-uhid until the whole of
tbe purchase money li paid.
All conveyancing 4t the o-wt of purchaser
' ASBOKY LLOD T UHlre.
UKEKN ii WILLIAMS,
ap 10 8UW Adi Auctlanters.
n4 rsflB'a. ava , bobtb bids, BaTwaaoi twblvth
ABB TBIBVBBSTB nBSBTS,
ETKQLABSte. with the genuine Pehhle (ouertii
Lenses, oorreetlv fitted to tbe MrUculer condition ol
the orgens of Sight
MICROSCOPES, OFERAQ LASSES,
MILITARY FIELD OLASSE8
And MATIIKMATICAL INSTUUUCNTa, Ao ,
At the Lowest EasUm Prices,
AHU BEST PLACK ,.
1.1 rut ruv,
lo get your meala, la st the
NEW YORK EATING ISOOMS,
471 Seveath llrert.opjpoilte the PontOUne Uepsrl.
sa-IIesls served st all hour. -
PARTICULAk ATTTIO-N ,5.,,
Stringers sre reapeotlully Invited te atop In.
ap 10 ti If
v a, r.auitl..haathehonorof eoncunolna totha .
cltUensor Wsahligton anl flolnitv thathiiMAY
I1ALL, E etreet, lt"Jo, Ninth and T.ath itreeta,
Si TuUbSDaV LVE.NIMU, Ma ,' llr. '
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