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FOB' Annum iniaitiiing ine oniv-uioa.
Ire open-; ial1troMnty for uratnntlo.perfortn
anoe; le ah extra Inducement to our, crtltent
and 'Bfranjeht to Tlsttlbo ahrreet beautiful ul
cool temple of the am,' where i bom teal
lenl ahd varied entertainment In tlvenntshtlr.'
making, four, dlitlnot'-pevformancee pn enoh
evenlt.g.an.4 they art motl excellent. Mr. Don.
aldson. with bis varied entertainments on the
ropir nrid'ln ptfltenlAet'ltlW'MolHeWllllinu,
the gajr and, and Pleaelnt: nctrenti Mr. Hurry
Ollbert, and othere, forrviuperb eombtaa
(Ion of, varied .talent aeldom witnessed In any
theatre In 'the crmntrr-.Mr,' Donaldson alto
perforata the Utrflllbg' Impalement real, whloh
must be teen to he appr.oli.ted. A very good
hill la presented for, tilt evening. . , r
Oaovaa's THiiTaa-tTM popular baud ef
mlnatrela 1t aaotlier drawing-room entertain
raent to-night, In whloh they will appear la
tbelr entire atrengthfi and .produce aontatof
tbelr beat songs. Tbe singing will be Inter,
aperead wltlt annul of the witticism) of nob
perforrnorc aa Harry Lehr and Nelae Seymour,
elther'of whom would. drawn laugh from, a
tone, were' it poralble. T.M. Uayee, the tin
rlvAtAit itnnar. will nrnduca aome of hla moel
difficult dance, aad the great Rollln.HownreT
will appear in, inv Dnrteaque opera ot iuoreua
Uorgt. rTBd .Who prefer choice tenia In the
dreat cfrole oforobeitra would do well to attend
early, aa, there: la usually a demand for the
choioeataeau. Remember thit, after to-night,
but two mot opportunltiea will be offered to
nee the great band of twenty-two minstrels.!
CawiBJirnr. To-night evlllb one of unusiul
attraction at thla ooof and attractive place ef
reaurt. In addition to the aplendld dancing of
the beautiful Hlaa, Ellen Colleen, tbe aweet
alnglng of Mite Sarah Dura!, and the astonish
Ing feata of the renowned gynmaau. the Del),
vantt Brothera.another novelty win be'offered
In one or Dudworth'e tldeipllUIng arterplecet.
Budworth baa 'rendered nlraaelf famona In
every oltjr where he. baa performed, by the
production of thete atnuilng characteristics of
negro life And qharaoter, andtonlgbt be will
appear In one of bla original pleeea, entitled
" P. P. P. P.," In which he wlllbe assisted by
that champion performer, Denny Gallagher,
Ktid othere-of the company. WIfile Emeraon
will appear In bla celebrated Jig dancing to-1
night, and Millet Ltol Francla, Luoy Cttrton,
and Haggle Vernon, will, add to the attracUvi
entertainment. Tbe programme offered for to.
nlgbt will effectually cure tbe moat atubborn
Hie of bluea In exutence. "--
I'lmcr'n ViniiTiin'.:-8lgnor TtbertlaUa real
nrtlat In bla line, baa the mualcal dlreotion of
the concert) given at tbla place, and he baa
rendered blmtelf very popular. The finest of
refreibmenta are alto provided.
in
tubal Prlsoaere flons to Dixie.
Tbe new-arrangementa with reference to-the
eiobangeof prisoners hss operated quite fa
vorabjr upon aome of tbe pet rebels whom
UnolaSm,hM been feeding for aome lime.
Yeaterday morning, about V o'clock, aome 130
of the rebel prleonere oonOned In the Old Capi
tol were marched out, and under a guard of the
Eighty alxtb New York, commanded by Capt.
Hlgglnt, wereeacertedto the eteamboat wharf,
where they were put on board one of tbe Qov
ernmant trantpona for Fortrett Monroe, lor
exchange. Tbe moet of Ibem walked to the
boat; but about 30, who were alclc, followed In
wagons Among them wore Lieut. Col, Key.
nolda, of Mltalulppl, who waa taken at Fort
Donelson. Capt Monagban, and Riohard Waeh
ington, who marched Jn front of the prooeaalon.
Moat of them werebetter dreeted than le naual
with aeceab prisoners, being In full uniform
gray panta, coata, and gray oapa or bat), aome
with black faathera-Huid all appeared in high
plrlte at tbe proepect of again being in Dixie.
Aa tbey were getting ready to- leave, quite a
orowd gathered around to lee them; and on
their way to tbe boat tbey attracted much at
tentldn. Thla exchange reduce! the numbemf
prisoners of war at preaont confined to about
twenty, who have been sent down from tbe vi
cinity of Warren tou within a week or two put.
The State prleonere, numbering aome 30 or 40,
are atlll In tbe prlaon.
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oMa ofTemperaac.
I.all week we noticed tbe faot that anew
million la about to be ununited Id tula oltr.
To nigbt haa been decided upon aa tbo nigbt of
tin lnatituuon. tve learn mat uisiingniaueu
osloera of the order f rem Baltimore and else
where will be present on tbe occatlon.'and aa
other membera of tbe order and lady visitor)
have been invited, there will doublloM" be a
large assemblage of tbe cold water boata to
witneaa the intereating ceremonlea of tbe oc
ration. In view of thla fact, tbe i committee
have engaged the large upper room of Tempo.
ranee Hall tor mis mgni, inua anoramg n cool
and comfortable place of meeting. Toe new
organization la to be called the "Federal City
Division, No. 5,a of T."
Tbemembereandladteaof Good Samaritan
Division went out to the woode beyond George,
town yesterday to, engage In a pio-nlo. We
learn that an Intereetlng season waa enjoyed
byallwbo'were fortunate enough to go, thus
proving tbat a "good time" can be enjoyed
without tbe aid of wine.
Dleloyal Officiate.
There are many disloyal employees atlll en.
iovlng Government favor In the Department),
An effort will ..be mado to weed out tbeae
wreicnea to aoon as anyone in authority can
set time to hear the evtdenoej whloh In aome
aaaea la overwhelming. Therefore there baa
been no encouragement to those who were
disposed to give Information, aa to tbe dleloy.,
any til ituy uuu uigujriua uuvaruuiBUfc umri'U'
age. and the traitor) have been allowed to fat.
ten on the heritage of loyal citizens. Phil.
Gaptvsra'or kerbel Brltlve Burner
Lieut. JJobeon, of tbi) oily, a member of tbe
First District of Columbia regiment, captured
u man, on Tueaday night, supposed to be one
of the rebel prisoners who recently esoaped
from Fort Delaware. Hawaii detected In tbe
rascally attempt to deatroy the bridge on tbe
i allroad thla aide of Annapolis Junction. He
vaa unsorewlna the bolts at tbe bridge, and
had be auoceeded he would probably have
preolpltated the next train down the embank
niem, nang mo rasuai unve.
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Uoatlie of Moldlars..
Tbe fullowlug deatba of soldiers, In tbe vari
ous hospitals, Ac, in thla vicinity, have oo
curred alnoa our lust report t
Samuel I.. Geralds, company D, '101st Penn
sylvania. Charles E.NioIioIIh, company D, 83d Pennayl.
vania.
Klbrldgo (1. Bradbury, oompany C, Mb He.
Wm. J. Adxms, company D, 20th Ind.
J. W. Umphred, oompany I, (16th Pennsylva.
nln.
Daniel Wheeler, company 1, CStb Illlnolt.
David Morrison, oompany A, llth Maine,
Cloneealed AVeapona
OOlcer Urltt, of the Second ward, arrested a
man named H, B. Jones, on tho charge of car
rying ooncealed weapons. He waa taken before
Justice Clark, who lined him i21. He tepre
sented blmself as a secret agent of the Govern
ment, but U believed to be an Impostor.
Michael Korrigan, arreated In the Seventh
n ard, ori the same charge, wat flnod, by Juatloe
Btratton, $20 and costs.
rh Ntrct II a II it y
In now la suooejiiful operation Irom tUa Capitol
Kato to tbo Bute Department. Tbe truoK ti
now nearly oompleted to the Oirole. exoept tbe
jeoond ourve on Fifteenth etreet. Tbe delay
in tbe completion Ii caused lijr the imn-arrlval
of the ratln from the North. The track: tbua
fur worLu admirably, and as the cam now run
tilled to the brim, the company will reap a
ifoldonharveit.
The timber. and ruilii are uow being laid
alone BeVenth street, from tbe Avenuu to tbe
ilver, That being the route next In Import
anoe, we presume tbe work will commence at
onoe In this direction.
irliatnal Court.
BirO BE JUDUS CBSWFORP,
July 90.-Wm.Chambora, Indicted for an as
vault and battery with Intent to kill. Win. Mo
Nlokle.was tried and the ca-ve given to the
jury, who retired, and up to the liourof ad
journment, they had pot returned averilotln
the cane.
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PurdoncU
Itio ('resident has pardoned Felix Mullen,
w ho wae convloted In tbe criminal cocrt on tbe
'lUt of February last, of burRlary. and senten
oed to the penitentiary for three yeari. Tbe
pardon was granted on tbe unanimous petition
of the jury who'trled and convloted htm, under
a misconception of the law.
Kat Driving
v on iiiAadriv laai. uracer uooie. oi ine Finn
I .4 nnn,.l 1,anh ITiiTnn IlllM-ltai 1 llhes
f Wltru, UllvSIUii uueojiu auuuu, tlviu wituea, ,
i N and (leurge Miller, for fast driving la the street.
' l- Tim v tvr titiran haforo Juitlc clarkc.and tha
m ' first was fined $5.91, the seoond M, and the third
'KVa, WS UIIUWHUi
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rlaat BundaphlahtJ tW Yolng 'JleJaCtrrls.
tLahAtsoclatlon. of ,tbt-otty,Tteld epeclal
tweeting at the MetboMl;piatiopilVbarenln
Dumbarton street, In Georgetown.' very In
tereatlng addressee wre liaade By the Bev. Dr.
Patterson, or CMcafo, and Mr. O. P. Lyford
tt M. H. Miller, WqT ofibe AMoeHtton. In
the cootM of tbe-rejearkaif one of Wis tea
tlemetf.'he lndulgeVlneontf patrloU aad ll
eentlmentt, In wWeh he aleieel that Vibe devil
wae tne nrat reoeu aan dear amvie waa una oi
hla followers. Tka.flret ntelltd against the
beat aovarnment Heaven ever Drodooed. while
the other Is a rebel egalnat'the beat Govern
roentevefeetoon arh,V5r fyt-rtT .i
, It waa amusing to see the Georgetown aeeee
uonlata writhe beneath the aoourgee eo band
aoatehr: applied' by the reverend gentleman.
They turned and twitted In tbelr eeals; tome
looked the tpeaker In tbe face with "hrowl
knit In rage,1', other hung their bead) Itvihame,
and all were uneaay. Whsft. tbe; above ten.
tana araa raaohad. two .lovalv famalee could
atand it no longer but aroee In their Matt, and.
lumingon ineir neeajt-went eweepingioui oi
the house In a perfect rage, muoh-to the
amusement of the loyal portion of the audience,
who could scarcely suppress a smile of satis
faction at the telling effeota of tbe caatlgatlon
administered to poor "Beoeeh." Tbe names of
the partita who ae promptly "skedaddled" on
thla occasion, are Mite Mary Wilson and Hist
Peggy Wilton, membera of a well known "'aa.
cesh" family In Georgetown.;
K .- -,', i i
Who Cauraa Mr the DltUtet mt Calautibts
Ulen aWI their ramUUet,
Itlantber'aalgnJScant fact thallwille the
troontln the flabf from the fitatea bava been
receiving bounty, money for tbe eupport of
tneir raminot, notn irom private Buosonpuon
and legislative enactments, tbe District of Co
lumbia volunteer! have never yet received the
slightest encouragement from either eource;
Thar have not onlr received no enccuraie
tient In a pecuniary form, but they have been
abused, vilified, gntra4joeil'w1Ui;a liberal
hand
, In the spring of 1841, when the national cap
ital waa tin danger, the District of Columbia
raised upwarda of three tboutand treope for ita
defenoe in lets than three week), and although,
at that time, It waa freely. admitted tbat tbeae
tr6ope did more for a certain length of time
towards aavlng the capital than all othera put
togetner iney were treated wun a pareimom.
sua band, and looked upon wltb distrust.
taarad hla aervloea to tha Government. from
this District to the present time, have theee
troops been nenentea oywitnera noerai aana
ar, a llharal tnnrue. '-
Tb Second regiment of District of Columbia
volunteer) naa met wjtn dui uiue laror, i rw
calvadaoancouiatementin ita ttrat orranlxa.
tlcn, and alnce It haa been organised and doing
duty, It baa met wltb eo rauoh rtslsUnce and
opposition from persona high In authority that
lis omoera nave naa ine uimosi uimcuity in
preventing lis utter aistnemoermen.
Now. wh vis all thlst Wbrdo not tbe cltl
tena of tbe Dlstrlot manifest an Interest In their
trbopa, and'ehdeavortoaldthera by.thair In-
nuence ana oy ineir money i
It certainly cannot be tbat they are too poor,
There are man? wealthy oitixene who are mak
Ing money off of the Government, and who have
made money by Government oontraot), who
could afford to contribute liberally.
Other oltlea have contributed largely toward)
aupportlng the famlllea of their aoldtera, and
mere can ne no otner reason wny lnia oily uaa
not contributed, excent that the matter ha) not
been brought to their attention.
A maaa meeting lor inis oDjeot win oe neia at
tha City llall within a few day), where alt may
come forward and sustain the credit and lib
erality of the cttlzena oi uia city ana District
"iMtwrtut Arrest of Rebels.
Major Dostor.lbe active Provoat Marshal of
tbla city, haa within the paat twp orlbrea daya
succeeded in f ertiting out and breaking up two
renei routea one tor mana ana apieo neiween
Rlobmond and Waablngton, by way of Alexan
dria and Frederlckaburg the other for aiding
deserters from tbe Federal army: tending them
North via tinner Marlboro' Fair Haven and
Baltimore. In tne latter caae, tbe "ttotb" got
noia oi two more -aeaenera" wan tney oar
gained for, havlnx "put through" two live boya
of tha 86th New York, who fancied they would
take a tour of observation among Maryland
t 1. I, Vh . h .. Ka a . ,
iaoludtng a lawyer and wealthy fanner of
Marlboro' a merchant of Colcivllle, a female
mail oarrler. of Alexandria, a spy near
Leesourg, ana otner) or importance, ine
vigilance of the Provoet Marshal and hla assist
ante nromlaea to break en for a time the nefa-
rloua nrooeedrnaBOf tba. rebel avmnathizera
among ue. Perhapa the Old Capitol baa bean
emptied of rebel) of a more Southern clime
only to be filled with those of this region fully
aa deserving of It. '
i TheKraanclpektlaei Cyonimleelonen
The following slave! were Treed, since our
last report, on their own application, through
tbelr counsel, George E. n. Day, Esq. i
John F.Chlnn, Ann Dolson, Sarah Carrol and
herohtldren, William Carroll and Mary Carroll,
Gharlee Dotaon, Bichard Chambers, Cornelia
Gray and her eon, Jultua Auguatua MoClellan,
Mary E. Chlnn, Jeaae Chlnn; Mary Burher,
Henry Burber, Henry Upshur, Charlotte Bea
kett and her children, George Becket, Xavla
Beoket, Henry Becket, and Marlanna Becket.
There are aome flfthen or twenty cases now
pending before tbe Commissioners.
B&Uor JV'aKonal Republican : Please lay to
tboae for whom I have applied to the Commis
sioner! of Emancipation for free papers, tbat I
have placed all auch papers, aa well as all blank
lorma and the act amendatory to the emancl-
Batlon act, In tbe handa of the Hon, Itlobard B.
ox, whose office la near the City Hall. Mr.
Cox will attend aald court when It la in aeaalon.
Youra, moat respectfully.
Osoaol E. H. Dit.
Maryland Olrle tn miroim.
One of tbe "romances" of war waa witnessed
at the provost marahal'a office In tbla city,
yeaterday. Two glrla, of the ages of eighteen
or twenty yeara, were In custody. They were
In full soldier)' uniform, and, aooordlng to their
own statements, had been In the army for aome
time one of them caving they were In the
battle of Bull Bun. They were tent to this
Elace from the army In Virginia, their set
aving been discovered. By order of General
Wadaworth, tbey wore kindly admonished of
the folly of their course, and put, upon tbe
oare tn be cent, to their bomei In Hagerelown,
Md. '
ii,
More Cloverameat Property
I.aat nlgbi Officer .O'Gonnelt ,ef the Fourth
ward arreated an Irishman named Wm. Fagan,
Wbo keeps a run) mill on tbe Jiladd. pn P at.,
near Third, Tbe officer suspeotlng something
wrong, went Into Fagan's place and law aome
Government blanket), &o., whloh he seized and
inen uemanuea me license oi ue party, wnicn
ce eeixea ant men aemanuea ine uoecso oi me
party, whloh he said be could not find. Tbe
offloer then arrested blm and brought blm be
fore Juatloe Walter wbo postponed the case
for a hearing tbla morning.
The aCaaaaelpatloa Oomiataalvaere,
Beoently, two old and decrepit black) were
nroduoed. for wboao valualea) aervlcea a)
slave) compensation waa claimed. After tbe
master had withdrawn, the old woman told one
Of the Commf salonera that be bad broken faun
with her. After promising to let all bar chil
dren be freed with her, tie bad eold them all
tight In number Into Maryland.
A Shower liath
John Warner was arrested by Offloer MoEl
freih, of tbe Fourth ward, on Tuesday night,
being found drunk In the street. Ue waa tre'"J
to a cool abower batb, which bad the er01 "'
sobering blm somewhat.
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The Iroarth Vim" aIU
Beported forty-four ows of arrett yettereay,
during tbe twentr-"ur hour) of duty. Either
tbe rogue), the police, or both were unusually
active on that day.
Short Mcaanre,
The arrest mentioned by ua yesterday for
the above offence, waa not, tn;the Northern
Liberties, but tn the Centre market.
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Communicated
Hospital Chaplatne.
Yesterday we heard with deep lorrow or the
death of Dr. Knight, assistant surgeon at Mt.
Pleasant bospital. While a grief etrickon mo.
ther and sister and numerous friends were
watching the approach ol the King of Terrors,
the chaplain wae called In to perform, aa a last
aot of oonsolatlon, tho solemn rite of baptism.
Tbla the chaplain refused, aa oontrary to the
rules of bla cburch. For loyalty tn hla croed
ei have no fault to find with the worthr oban
llaln, but It la time now to question the pro
priety 01 appointing to tucil omcee clergymen
of any teol whote rules oompel them to refute
tuoh reaeanable oeremonle), holy and oocsola
tory tervloea aa may be asked for to conae.
orate the I ait btajtt of Ife or the oireumitaneei
of Mpulture
Mtaaaa.,Bafaaa.l awaaaeaam MBSkBaasaaefj raw
Ual.MetteofbnmaVrAkeiTWare
grateful to the noble ftl
hat! InnuceAtheTtt.iW pn
tha bayoneMof.tllee.ix
ii JO, WenoBieieuowrw,
id oa7oneieiaoeaiiejeaT twpuie-.iaiiu
Ihsfrafora need no anolnaxom ma for lntrud-
Isgupon yotir notice, la e)r Iwhair to atk a
tlmple question vtai"vTbyelter) who have
been Invalided ty'ekroBlo diaeaaea, suob.as
rheumatism, caught In digging trenohee, Bleep
ing in swamps, Ao7,, and who an not abl to per
form duty more than one month In eight, are
permitted to anehmbef our boqfltan t I know
suoh a cat, and tear that there art Hundred
of othtra, arnt ean.raadlly betleve'llj every
hoaplial ha) them0 Why can not tbey Be fur
loughed qr, discharged T, To tne II appear) Ilka
refined cruelty doubly dltttUed. What la the
reaaon 1 1 la Itthat tho.aumona wish to kaao
up attow of having patient), wkleh they oould
noioinerwiesoerainr -una it laattntyara
too Indolent 'to make out; their papert, aa
Senator Wilson Intimated recently Inlhetlen
ataCbaatbert When does the blame raat t
la any, body, responsible ? If to, who la tbe
chief of Civilized Barbarians; who le bet Let')
nave ma neao on u poaaioie. uVHMTrae.
, i i ,p
tial.ai f.lterarr aeselatta.
Tbe foUowlnr'tfebtlemen bava.haau alaotad
offloera for tbe enaulng term t
rreaiaeni ionn r (Jiemente.
Tloe President W. D. Blackford.
1 Beoordlng Secretary John M. Elliot
FlnanclafSeoretary Frank Barrett,
TrMNnr George Kilter.
Editor Wm. M. Robertson.
AsaltatWlMr!--J.'Y. Grant. i
iuth Wlh lafetnnar.
iobgltXong, a hackman, waa arrested n
ue '-aiano yeateroay, or omoer conneu, T
complaint of his, wile, wbo charge! him trfth
beating bar In aa unmerciful manaar." He waa
taken before Justice Btratton, who held him
zor a inriner Hearing,
VisUavaj Daya at 'the atecpltskle.lai Ihla
... ctev.
tenerof IlotpUal, (Oirdt.) Monday, Wed'
neaday, Thuraday, and Saturday, between 1
ana o o-ciook, p. m
General Hoapital, (Judiciary Square.) Mon
day and Thuraday, between 1 and i o'clock.
. Cranah Hosnltal. (E street Bantlat ohnreh
and the Unitarian church.) Every day. from
1 to 0 0'ok.ok.
Any addition to, or alteration) In, tbe above
taoie win oe oneeriuuy maae.
AaUeted asMI Calbrtaiatate,
We call tias" speoial attention of thoae who
nave ceea so unionunaie aa to requira ine
aklll of the belt physicians for oertaln dleeatet;
to tbe adrertlaementof Dr. M. Vellny, which
we publish In another column. We learn that
tbe Doctor la the meet thorough, effective
pnysioiau in ma line in ine oountry.
Comfort and Maee la one'Mlaate
wm.u Btnui , jw,Bia, wri. UIUJP, SU UI
sxcrttuote of the feet, hautti, and face, laitaatam-
taa A A At u. . .- -. . .1
oiaiiyremovea wunoui ine leanpalo or sugnutt
Inonveoleace to the petleut, by Dr. Warn, Bar-
eon ChlropedUt, Zto S20, Feansylvaala Avenue,
tween Four and a-balr and Sixth streets, a few
upi iniuw lu nitiuiu ugiei noun VI consul,
tatlon from 8 a m., to 7 p m Jy si
ii ii,
Dearneea, Sight, Croee Kvee.
TarUnonlalsfrom some of tbe very beet oltlseu
who have been restored to their bearlog and tight,
naderDr. Von Motetuiiker'a treatm -at, can be ex
amined at hi offiee. SUV Pnnivlvuila- tivtii,.
Cross gy tt, Btrabtsmut, operated and mads perfectly
light IrE-tK'
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Tbe tullowlng are tho rata) at whloh banker)
and brokere are buying and Bailing gold and
silver iuv wni ivuuer nuiee uaing uie ataaa
ardi Buying. fisllina.
Gold 13 per c. prem.ls pero.prem.
BUver ...,10 " " 14 " "
Demand notes.. S " "
Banks of Issue In Washington and Georgetown:
TFaaninyton. QeorgeUnon,
Bank of Metropolis. Farmers' and Meoh'e
sans: or waaningion. Bank.
Pattiotlo Bank. Bank of Commeroe.
Farm's A March'). B'nk.
The Farmera' and Herohanta' Bank and the
Bank of Commeroe iasuo notea of the denomltuv
Hon of one dollar an-i upwarda.
DIKD, .
On the 301b instant, Gtn. W. Caowx, In the
aim year oi me age.
'Hla funeral will take nlace from hie late rea
tdence, en Fourth street, between New York
Avenue anu i, street, on mia ?uur8uay aner
noon, at 2 o'clock. Uia friend) and acqualn
lance) are respectfully Invited to attend.
On Tueedar. the 29th Instant, at 4 o'elook. n.
m. Jorn FainxaicK, eldest ton of John A. and
uamarine (i. itneem, ageu o yeara ana xr aeys.
At tbe Cottage, Montgomery county, Md., on
Tuesday, 29th Instant, Miss Naxor Ciaaou., In
tpe bow year or nerage. -" t..-
liar relallvaa and frlenda are tnvltad to at,
tind her funeral, wltbout further notloe. from
Bt, John') Chapel near her late realdenoe, at
tu o'ciook a. ra., on inuraaay, me atsi inn.
TO AQUIA OR2ZBE.
AND
PINBY POINT
The fotomie Steamboat Company
WILL dlspitoh a beat from Hie loot or Ueveatb
street, Waablogtoa, every morning, (Sundayi
exoepteu,) at elx o'clock, for Acquia Creek, stepplag
at Marbury's Landing Betamlog, will leave Ae
qula Creek every day, (euadsya exoepttd,) at I
o'olook p m
In eoaneetlQn, a freight boat will ran every div
For freight and paeage,ap!v oa board tbe boats.
Oa Btturdsyi, the boat leaving at sis o'tlook la
the morning will extend her trip to Fluey Point,
and principal Intermediate landings Reternugi
ltave rtniy Point at ilgbt o'clock on Saaday
evening
Fare to Aoqute Creek, I J Hound trip, M
Fare to Fluey Folnt, M.
For freigbt.or paeeage, apply to freight ageata on
the wharvee
Waibl gton, June 14, lull.
NOTIO10. Will be sold at public aaetlon at the
UODiuuent Grounds, In this olty,ea tbe 10th
day of August, 1802, at loo'olock a. m , a large quaa.
llty of llogt aod young l'lg A quantity of Stook
uailie, luwt anu vail-. .imf, a ijuButuj vivf
Terms caih. ravmi-nti made InTreuurr notes
A. HKCKWITH,
Col. A. D. C and C. 8.
JyDO dts
H.TOT1UB. 1 wtib thanablioto know that ths
IX man James A. Wilt, Policeman at the Capitol,
oonvioiau ui moer oay, oeien ine urimmai ugun,
for eiianlt and battery andmlitinaT an offloer in tha
discbarge of bis daty, and sentenced by the court to
fourojontbe imprisonment lu tbe oommon Jail, Is
not jonn a. vvise,ine rvpaiea nigro-oeiencr
lvwlni J. 11. WIHK
Hew ork Tribune pleue oopy four months, end
end (mi le uim uiuce j
J.":
1. W. BATKI,
Pmetlul Clock and Wateh Eepalr crt auil
Jeellarat
No. 431 E street, one door below Seventh stii
mil .-, e or nr.n-a !! , Mi(te&oil bv
leavlni addreia. and warrant? "i.g've istlshutloa
roronyear. All styW'ii'-utui for sale at the
teweit caih crk" All orders stteaded to with
promptueM - dupatob. )y 4 11
BULLION UANU, Tbll Bank ll now doing
business at the corner or Pennsylvania avenue
and Four and a half etreetl, dealing in exobange,
drafts,iptcle,lto ( also, redeems their smalt bills la
epeoie, ai eurivni nnc, ur rcaiBi noven.
u DUAbni,) a , rm 1
B. It. Drxraa, Cathler.
Jys 1m
Tf O R PIN MY P O I N T
1 he splendid steamer KEYPORT will leave the
foot ot Seventh street tor Flney Point. KVT.BY
SATURDAY MORNING at t o'clock Retaralag,
will leave l'iney Point, 8 UN DAT AFTKBNOON.
Jf H 11 1T1U. II DHUn , Ageui
WAttlllNUTUN CITY UAIIDKR,
NKW YUHIC A VMNUI,
lUwwa iirit and vnd Atvsid.
The eubeoriber respeotfully Informe the publlo
that he nu re opened the above pleasant retreat tor
thle eeuon,and tbat hereafter, on every MONUA Y
and TllUlisDAY, at 1 o'clock p in , tbere will be
a Band of Muiio In atteudanoe
A One Ten pin Alley and Shooting Gallery have
been erected lor tbe amusement of vinltore
Clubs and Associations oan have ths use or the
Garden by giving notice to tbe proprietor, lie
iledges Iriuuelf that he will uu bla beet endeavors
o please all who will honor blm with their preeeooe
my M Ira KUNST LtErFLKR.
EDWAXtO inroaCTV.
BOOSCBIHrii
I XII
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vvar Miiiitaiwu AtmefTr.iiatfVbt
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rCJaliautd I'VJtotJlltriZZ'AMr
000 n lal sew tteeateAarfl 1), tot),
fitfttW "Jt tun Urn HtaMt-eeaieat mt" MM le
wrmm imtw mv lmrmm toiaaapio.--,,,, i ,fj
Citr Uiu, Wasuiietoa, Jaly It, 1M1.
ThA OillMBrta. k 11 mS ll tthtt mMIImi U1
aeder the above eet. treat iaa Maafjaae la the
llth or July, laelatlvt All aeraoae havtag kaewl
edge ef say flans fouu te ekatf Nat the elalsas are
la ft lay ill 111 temaiea, ate iiaaiet.1 te sabalt
ItoseawfetMsseaflitatltaeitaivOeatmtaaaere
I W11r VI IB BfVI f - -
: ' t " WM. K W6O0W.ABD,
OMtie feUlliewr
Ha. r lUtyjj
tilt.
. a. aa. - ln , TT . mJ f
;,: cSst vTfttvi. 'pffrnfetis.
t aw
iie
ger.
OatUUae loo
oMelnaOanrldra too
Rmfe I. aettrirle efts
U Frtderlek Bates
f-Jtsatma Jooasoa tee
Jaae Jehasoa toe
g-EieVdrWitreron toe
IIS Wnlltas
SaeaaBm
TOO
axe
let
lie
too
Anli1Illl
He, J, reawtek Tcaag tt-Aatbesry LewU
penarra eewie
Maria Ltwll
BarrtMUwta
Kitty ixrwB to
CharreOavtegtea lOee
luaael Cormaton etn
MsrgaretCoiiafioe tee
WstTH. Oortaglon
BaaiyOovaagtoa U0
ue&uixnaee
JoMphPtatt
UlasTPtua
1M
i rnuip anaes
liT MtryO Young l-Faany Won
til demenllaal Tonegf-Suaa Dlaes
rauiaDtata
looo
laec
Barbara Dtaai ace
III Bee) H. Clmeati
IM Wta. Preeiy
1 loeepela Pergrnoa too
t Bllaa Aaa 1M0
Jonn Tnoaut ,m
George Albert Too
LsaraAaa YtraaiaDC
i . . . James Thomas
IW
an
too
set oataaei uiggtae x iuey
Ltuuada
111 TncmaaC. Ooa.lbr (--Naney Wist mo
tell and others. Maigaret Wait too
LoeQe Brlieo 1000
Ellen u west sot
Delilah Htatoa looo
Curies Carter a 0
est aitiiaa laatiweoa attwnara ttost l
Caddy Fcteaua !- 2000
Bamael Brooks )
124 Kebeeea B. Deriiy ) 1-Bachel Chaauert low
aiu m iarDy
JaasetA. Darby I
iM Maila Waterston a Vlraiala Clarke 410.
Cbiriee 1 we
Edauad 1 vtri
Jeaaet. iXW'aeo
Aieaaader I ""
Waihlar'B I
too
Oavl1A.Walerstca 1-Dadley Malice
two
Ilea
IOC
KI Marr Johnatoa
l-Aaoilon Jenee
ID Wm Johanna
--HeaMtNokss
Frtderlek amllk
lite
It Wn. Jnbastca
lao Jtae Johastoa
I George Caralahael ttco
aItarT Ell.nl
MUley J. Uoo
Ialaat I
I Teresa Pool VM
I Maria Foremen Ifco
111 Joha A. Butr
lit Rtheoea Barritoa
Ml Iiabcl Maary
nKiixa uyunx
inaeiiii I
n.ml.1 I v,.
Marvel ahlldrea X"00
oieua
Arehy I
IM JfmeeW. MiDaalail-Jeaiime om
- . . Lacy too
ass ihoaaaLyddaae 1 Aloyilus too
B30 jobto non i Airrea Alien
1X7 Jaaiee W. FUng I MaiyBtll looo
ua Dorothy WlUiaats 1 Lucy J. Butler 10)
ate Mahloa Faleoaer 1 Ana Asdtivon too
ato Themaa C. Bowie 1 Bophia iao
mi nearraayjor,inu oaiib uanay
TbD4s J. Ifeylcr Lettle Uandy
lalilaa Davie ''iOO
James Davis
John B Jehatoa
111 Her. Wm Chrlttlan e amella Jaae Lee 1IM
Thornton Lae too
Alexander Lee too
Koala Let lo
Soasa Ailea 1000
Wm Arthur Let I7oo
Mt Richard Chilton 1 Joe Brown ue
Ml Jaaatt 8. Barbour, 1 Alfred looo
lit William Brown
but novaee awiie
I aiarla cook TC0
IMTJeanorB.Callu
e nargtrotA.uara
lltoa
LtvlalaWeeke jWOO
iveiue jeetrer
Lewis Hanson
Ml Loreaso Thomas
148 olmou T. Johnson
3-t.uoy Berry eoo
George Berry ion
Loreaao Berry loo
1 Saaaa aletthswi iooj
.aeyatoas
Me Geo. A Thus Par I lionet Sprlgg roo
to Chrlt'r o O'Btre
i ouiea lirook i9oo
Wathlagton Brook Too
CarcUne Brook tto
George Brook 200
1 George Banks lloo
t Betty MO
Naoe 1100
Hesealah foot)
Charles lam
111 Jtmee M Fowler
Ut Elian J. King
U oasanM Bureb
e viriinoa ouvey
Maria Unmla l'm
Mllvev
m Wb R Howard
IW AbtlO I'Wtl
IM aorsoe e it
IIT Chules H ullir
)-Aan BophiaThomie leoo
Alios Thosaas too
ausau Thomas 100
' Bdiy too
t Martha Attn Sprlgg coo
U-MB7 cicnisoD
ninaviey r.ioUBon
Dalles Etoblton
Adelaide Btehteon
Laara Etehleon
Banks Etahlsoa
Mary A. Bawktna
Virginia Bawklas
George Hawkins
Abr'mL Bawk ns
Fanny Uewkias
Kate Jaokeou
M0 Wm B Woodwaid 1 Mary Dyeou
trus J.O MsKelden .
IM Wm V H Brown 2 Martha Vauirey
Wm Vandrey
ale Wllllao B Joaea 2 Virginia WUUaai
o Marg't WUllami
eo Joka H. Bmoot Sophy Bawxina
T Dink, her eon
ttebeoea MePber
eoBaadeaa
too
lew
uco
1000
UCO
100
SSI aarah It. antlere
l-Barah Woodtor
ana nMee J. Johnson V.Adallna Bmlth
Mary Mlddletoa
rlMO
see jeooevv m. hmu
l-Uihif
Elitabeu Lewis
2 John Buady
SaUv Feuuon
ItM
M AHeoa Bailor, Ji,
Mt Llaale B Nellor
IM Blieabeth wnrtanu
-MaryO.MMklnt
-Mary Curtli
10 wis iurie
Andrew Green
Georglana Carter
Jane Johotoa
William
Joha
It-Rsadsll Ford
Andrew Cootie
leg AateaaJ.'LyUs
David Oliver
llesry Roster
Hannibal Boater
yLSE rMM
F.llia BoiUr
Maila Browa
Caroline Oliver
halite Rosier
' Joha Oliver
Mt BHiba Joast, lit a Henry Dade
Lueretta B., Cam OeorgeWard
line, Boeeyeaayer, Heorr Dade.Jr.
and Boaaas Jooee Lewis Dade
Bloberd Dade
Waeblagton Dsde
Ml Jamee L. adduon I CharleiltaU
logo
uco
UI lll
Betty Ana Hum
00
phreve luoo
17. Klleaoeta uoeier 1 Ann aana aooi,
omerr 1001
III Catharine Chleholm 2 Carolina Boot! 1,.
Blliabeth Scott I1TO0
72 Joeeph Weaver
Thomas Weaver
T Jobn Sepaa looo
Marraret oepas too
Emily looo
Ifarv fioo
George Wubmgton too
Jeremiah TOO
Alexander 10)
t Uarlah looo
John too
Georre V aihlDrton l&o
ITI Joseph Weaver
171 Robeooa S. Weaver l-.t)athaiiue Loutee too
114 K. u. ijliapln 1 usry lowis
lit Wm. J WUltaml 1-Leah Kefftrt
1000
1100
1200
S7T Ariaa Tweedv
1 trruK anersnei
171 Alex MOD Davis
Msriha A. DavU
(-Harriet Loalaa
U'LBIU
Julie fUarr
SOU)
Kugeneet's ebll
ruiT ,v,H
W XlM'r B M
II II-
t-WIUUm Wen
leary.
George Alien
liaao Bamllton
Boenoer Snowden
tso B B M. Bllltary 4-Charlei West
wm u. Took, ad'r Robert Allen
ofC. T UUleaty Juliet Coaus
Wllllem Castes
f
Ml AnnaM. llamtllon I Harriet Chut
841 llar't R MuaoaiUr 1 Samuel Martina
701
1700
18) ao W Hopkins v Solomon Loandee
(looo
Samuel Louudee
See John U Seuuues
a Jane Young
Joe King
Ned King or Camp,
bell
Bllleary DavU
a rraak HookahM
Martha Bnowdea
Mary DavU
2 Aalnonv Lee
Joseph feuts
1
III Bltea H. Moehltf
1100
law
eoo
looo
709
IM Tbeoeon UtaUtr
Vl .
t i kak
laanuaia
ll!
Kllia Hrmra
1M0
Amu Brown
' -Tr5tt..8,UU'
an
tMMaafwetlt'
fieSgaaUuaF. Yi
.yjui.waifiaa
es F. Yomea 4 Hoarr BeoU
r.'treetee tor J.Astti 'Meiteiktwar
I
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'KaryLoa'as
1
BowU
52? iS"t.J'mmt -SftfUmnun ' m
ItlTkoiiatU.BaUoa l-Bi D.rtTor
iMiCol'm'eAUetaaderll-ltiwerS'Da,,, .&
... Naney Holmee I2C0
s- - imiiaasasaates t.eoo
Arena Holmee lloo
JtgereoaD HaIhim am
MarlaBovrraaa lloo
Joeepbtte Bowraea at
Frank Diggre le
Oeotga Siagtetoo tto
jbo. vveeiey neunes leoo
Sttnben Uolsses bob
WetryHopt 'too
, F-llsiJeaee. - 1X0
" Lwyjonet ocd
, JiaaJcafa soo
lot Joha W. 0.r
lDarouae 100)
set Uariha K Blaoa
t IsaakCartir Too
Manila Jonee 190O
we OharlM a Mix
neaeeo or iteaotr,
see) Ferry 111
ChsA Kdw. WlUoa law
Seaaa Ceotee noo
Alice Coatee 1000
t .taile Cmte, eivi
Secrge W. DavU t
MllHaaailtoaJoaes 111
Heete Mwm
tn
too
Mill,.'
WtThi
Weeltiaotoa 1-Jeanlt Cartir
UBreww - a-RtSard Jtheaoa
Cbartet A. Doney
tie bniv -
IMC
too
1C0
eoo
BOO
too
M Mary Ai Uslssud B-Marr Garaisr e
WUUaai Oareer
M0 Thoeaet Morpby I Lewie Fergeeco
Ml MaryXEamonetoat-Catollae Parker
If amnda Parker
too
ecoo
vex aara-aa r. bubbxcbi a uanay Jeeeana
laaka
aaa a. toob. una
Certehkrht
'ey.
DtttflBeea't,
gSj,.hlUna
Terry Carter
Mary Carter
Jamee Carter
George ratter
Kacbel Crawley
t-LloydMaaoa
Hillary Yoarg
Gaflree Phenlv
tot Caroline Lathltv
Matilda Lloyd, S.
K.Doegla,aaa
R. Wheeler
004 Bamael Cooper
1)1 Anne B. O'Neale
exeeutrlz.
;jo
1000
too
leoo
TOO
SM
700
tOM
10) Wm Caauaaak
l-F.lliabtth Blmmt
etn Edirard ritakagh e-Kllea
and Cora, his wife, Joha
DyjwuuBipowie
Josephlnt
Lewie
104 BleaaerH.BrawHBrl Jawee Thoaroa
1110
Jetrereou Thrmpeoa ltoo
' Wlltlan Wan, ItiO
em James geldea.tras Mia mj
wr u-vw. 4 Beeoua ueorge leuu
VhtrTotte IW
l,OBlaa ( .. 1 i
too
Jha . S5m.lM
jS.li"""";b.
uuww eo
Baeaa eco
1 aary Ann WtUiamt too
0 Betcoca Johcson leoo
Lbatva Johneun looo
4 Georgtaaa RlngoU too
Mary Aaa Rtngold eco
Amelia Welle coo
Wlbtim W1U too
l-Kauaa Clark 900
I ildney Coolidge 100
e Thcasae Payne 1C00
tio IVaaey Woodland
ei ooprua oaeer
lt Bataa W Bsntt
Bit Wm A. Msiks
til Robert Bowie
111 Sarah A. atoaa
Ktisa Stewart 1200
Alloc rayne 1 00
Harriet teany too
til Joilab Borgise l-WllllemTbomieon toe
lit Judson Rlonardeon a Rear Anae 1 .,
Jehanaa I "
111 HarrUo Wallaee 1 -Lei be Coleman tto
01 Benry E. Marks, 2 Heary Carroll 40J
ad'rofM M. Taylor. LottyBell oo
MOChar.'tteM Dawes 1CatharlneBaltlmore 100O
mi Catharine Baus 1-MaryA E.Mathews looo
re. KUlia Da-Ulell 1-JchaBnat i-
LeahLoundee fAW
ea Charltt Edmonstca 1 David Green 3000
IM Bethel Browa 1 Oerollae Craatwtll 1100
ut Ueary Tolaoo, ad'r 4 Kitty Mead .
of O.H. Marriott. Haaaah Butler IM
Harriet Boone ;oo
Ckoriotte Brooke
CM Greeab'y M. Wat. 2 ifattte Edwards 1 ,,,
klaa KBaabethJeakias"00
Ml Alaneon Moreheuse etary 1100
"nrr" ti"m 1000
tat Oath. MeCalaht t-Msry Murray ax
eat Joshaa Plane 1 Jamee Beckett ijoo
ijo Truman Lyneh I William Lynoh uoo
an Sarah M. Boloomb 1 -Houristta Brute 1000
nier'n B.HolaomD
Mi photbt aad Boss R. e Fenny Brown
Duiaaey
-900
turoan . .1.00
aev Browa ' eoo
wtaaerrea Head ms
M) Caroline Daleatr
tFaany .Browu looo
Mary Brown ijoo
Sarah Browa eoo
1oulea Browa too
Lucy Brown too
Walter Brown too
Rote Brown lao
niBacrreaneea
t Barer Grlmaler
DlliO Salltvaa
Branl ltoo
Charlotte Hudiev ltoo
KoteLee
M Thomet F Troll
KM Virginia teott
MT Martha BarrU
tau DaaaU Johnson
M9 Wm Nov"
110 Phil t R. Fendall
Ml Joe. ft, Bradley
1 DoeUI Hlekmia looj
t uatnanae jonneoo 1000
1atarv Ana
1000
X George Juender
Ned Jaaoder
1 lllnib Reynolde
1 Ueary Tare
1-I.ouUa Cartlr
1-Gianle Dor.ey
ltoo
two
too
no
10)0
M2 A. Tho . Bradl
lev
., trus. . M Bradley.
u Mary A. gatlth
4 BmelUe Jaekeoo )
Jmi,NrAMi ft"
Thoeaas Carter 1
Ml Charles I.eamau
1 Anna Peck TOO
Klnora Peek BOO
Ml Thomas T. Btrnee t-BlltuMiddleton too
Heary Alloa boo
cu Thomas T. BaruM l-Cawar Batter t0
trustee for heirs of
Geo. A.'Bsrnee
MI Robert Dick a-Tom ltoo
Mary too
Barbara loco
Ml Saaan Koeet 1 Adam Lee ltoo
Ml Eugenie Sweeny -BooeWeot leoo
Wm Henry Wet 100
MO Aadrtw P. Hoover t-Harg tret AUea 1000
AddUoa Alien 700
Ml Wat. Wilson 2-Eley DUgi eoo
Ntnoy Diggs mo
nwAMM.WulgtO.S-BlUV&gnUll
uMB.B.WItlltnu.trua.t-Barnsy Grimily
Brandt
Charlotte Hudley
Rose Lee
Mt Virginia Bell
Either Kllen Bill
Virginia C. Bell
4 Wlnney 1
?... rifoo
Bally 1
l-Marla Book too
M4 ElUabeth Bohrer
Moatg'y Co. Md.
Mt Ana R. Jowt
SM Ntthaa Prathtr
l-Higdelane too
I Wlliltm MeCnbWm XvO
Harriet Stewart MO
NathuLaag I MO
1 Harriet Jaoteon SO)
1 AnnaSttnms loo
MT Aaa Ibeehy
OM Joeeph T Mitchell
MO AllUoa Nallor
e WlUlam Jenaeon
.loeepa ,onnHm
Sallle Butler
Mutha Wharton
PhlliU
LewU
MO BUen J, Abbott, by I JeaaUTeusg
Geo D. Abbott
Ml TMtlah Clarke 7 Benjamin Marler
Sarah Dlokereoa
WlUlam Uatlir
Frank Joyce
Mary Jehasoa
Robert Johnson
Jo Johnion
Mt Alberts. Barry, by l-Marla Lee
Benjamin Berry. Lee
' Sandy Bowie
eet Matilda Hamilton 1-luaa Blaokstoae
MOO
too
1100
mi Joan rrea. itty 1 Kitty wiuoa
Ml F.dwln Walleoe 1 1-Jullet Brooke
ElUa'h B Wallace
Mary R. Wallace
Wm. A. Wallace
Rob'aA Roblaeoa
Kama B WUle-ne
sod Cornalla Baldwla 1Mlllev Nauabum
a 1-
M8 aiargamA.Dmoor, 1 1 rraua uernort
IftOO
oy BQp. iv . omooi ,
nerueavineau
Pio-icno. picwio.
FOB TUB BRNF1T OP
BT. MATTIIKWB HOHOOLU,
AT AHALOHTAN ISLAND,
HOHDAY, Amst ft.
Mjuiaf will aadva vUltori to tha lilavtail tv. M
ehsrcj ora Wtitni Wtisrf. Wtihlnf toa, tad foot
efuTafhitrMt, tieorgetoB,tJuriiif tbedsy, com
IDwaaOiDf M o'diocs m. m.
TloktUWthtfroonUWtti;clillilro htUrl.
Hullo aiftd frihmstj in tbrndsaoe.
1 ha oblMtt Of thiiDiO-Blt blDStO fftlu fundi to
sld la yUelng iht aonools of tbls irlh oa ptmis
atiii (ootlof , It is bopMt tlut lbs Bmbn ol tis
Psrlib end tos publlo Id gMrsl will oonear to rn
dr It aocMifQl
Tloksts mmj b hni of th (olloirlDg oomiulttte
00 lIsrTtj, Dtniil MT,
Va1 I". MJIIirj, W"W ! IVIetWTW
ti Tumftltv. Ju riiftumftB.
Joha Obtpaiss, JosKeetcr,
VADltJI oUbUBb), IID U UKTTVJi
1. Jordtn. Ulebstl rititfrftid ,
Win. I. Frill.!, JobnOrtD(
WalUr Drurff. O I (latin.
Wn.A. KsaDtdr. tb- WltlUaj,
ThoauOssMll, Jostpb BuUhm.
John Stoke, J&li. UQlll:
T9VM.W
"lr BWJee w en , AetMi
MT Oem'sWWJIdBitMi-tOtlyBIU
ZIs&mMsTT
ORovznra
l e. M .!., ., L7 ..
The' eooleet aad beet veaUUted boaee la the city,
'CONTINUED AND CNFARAT.LBLKD
, 'i ., mmm,miA.i t'Ht i,r'..lV
HOOLBY'S MINSTRELS.
NIMNtwrork
Aeollier entire ebtoge or programme.
Vfeelaeeelap aa) Ttareday vealage,
Jaly Both aad Slat. , ,,, ,
The bNl for three evealnge embracer, aaitaitt
othere, the following atwaeta.
The UoTerMatmcat Speculator).
BY IBYMOUR AMD LKHB
1 ha vsry laagkahl UtetUde, Bailed
oauaal jat Brkdr'a
BYURIFFIN, LFItK AMD IF.YMOUR
WALLKMIUHkHABTACVT HOTIIKItv,
BY LF.IIR AND SBYMOUK
Tbe eclebiated Drlakler Sou. Irnra
hiUOKKTIA UOKUIA
BT ROLLIN HOWARD
TIM mmttVJBM
I a hit wonderful Clog Dane
NKW SONGS,
DURTTS,
CilOBUIks, ae.ai
PBlCrS OF ADMISSION
Drees Clnle aad Family Circle iteeau
Orebettn Chain ,., . Mete. extra.
rnvate noxee,,., f
Doore open at TXj lo oouumraoe at tf o'tlook
1-or partleuUrt aee pragramfltet
J0 (Btar)
FORD'S ATHBNUM
Toattt etreet, bo weea aad V
Mlw MULLIF. WILLIAMS,
Mr UARRT OILBKRT.
g egar a. o n go w teVlU
eiggi tti t . oimuinin,
Mr K. L. KKLLBR,
abo in mil uiaoiB'io uu mnioiBiDif iroapt
eppesn.
Thnrsdsvy Kvtnlng. Jljr 31
WUlkapr Mated s
LESSON TO HUSBANDS,
TIGHT KOPK A80KN8IQIN!
1IY TUK WONDKKKUL
W. H. DONALDSON,
HUntj folded sad snTtloprd la isok.
To be followed bjr,bj rtKiseit,
.A. Pi-ylii X4fxlM.
I o eooelitie with the Koerlog Fsutouia. ot
KoqulQet'e Mlsbaps.
In wh ebtfsrrf Gilbert. W. II. DouOdion.lBO .
Will IDDMr.
Daring tb plccs tb tbrllllog lmpe1nnt l-est
MOALG OF FR1CKH
PsU-QUtVtt ud DrtOLlrcle U enU
Orcbwirs Sesti M
Family drclorxpr. Mir lorcsiondptirMni yiv
jyji
OANTBRBURY HALL.
Loaleloaa Aveaae, Bear aUxth atreel.
Thr Cool MU treat.
FRESH ARRAYOF 1ALENT.
THIS CRY It, STILL TUK.Y C6MR.
TUB KXCRL8IOR
COMBINATION COMPANY.
NEW 8TAR8. NEW STARS.
First week ol Milt
Hallie ixvall,
The charmlag Vccsllst.
Mite KLLKN COLLEKN,
Mia KLLEN COLLEEN,
Tbt beautiful Danaeuse trom the Continental
Theatre, rbilaoelphta tbe eharmtng
daughter of Terpeiehore
Mlee LUCY CLIFTON,
The favorlle tlauev-uee
Mies LIZ.UK FKANCI".
Miss MAUOIE VERNON,
And a full CORPS DB BALLKT ol tbe uio.i
BKAUHKUL LADIES ON
X?li.e ajtaco
In eonaecuence of tha great notoriety, of the
DEIaEWjUTTE brothers.
At their previous engagement here, they have
contented to appear, for a ahort
time, In their perilous
TRAFK7K, DARINtl LA Pl.HCIIfi
AND STILT FKAT8,
Oulrlvalllng all other Artletee of the proreloe
FIBST WEEK OF
Jim Budmvorth,
Mm Budworth,
1 he bret Kthlopiau performer oa tbe itaae
1 bte geatltmtn etaaue at the head of all other
performers, la his peculiar line
Klrtt weik Ol
Denny Ualtagher,
Denny Uallagher,
Thecel.braled F.ihloplao Delineator, la bis rlorl
te. erlalntl negro ecu. hl tint appearance here
WILIJK RMLBSON,
In hie peouller Sones aod Daacee
W B HAHKIKON.
The world famed Rxtempcrsneous Singer
He will sing bis new comto pattiotlo long, entitled
KTatlottal ajlloea,
aad a
N 11 M li K K O 1' i '1'H K R H,
Making one of the beet Companies ever appearing
onlbe
CtJTTERBURW STAGE.
NEW NEORO ACTS, NEW FACF.t,
narv ovnuo, ive.iv uenuu,
AND A NEW FROURAMKK.
Almlieton,91cenU Orobeetra Chairs. 60 c4nts
Doors open, 7 . Fernrmanee, IS o'clock.
Jyl Sur-ttqsj
Slath street, Seoond uoaee from Avenue.
Ferlorraaece from 10 o'tlook to I p m, hventng
from A o'olook until oji
inasaed
A FHKK CONCERT.
Hlie 1.0 U lllltoll,
Tbe eberming SeagetreM
Mill MAY CAltSTtNU,
Tbe People'e favorite
J. O ADAMS,
BaaJoUl
O. P. Fi.NTO(,
Negro Delloeatcr
MASTER CABSON,
Jig Dancer.
HASTF.R JONE)
Young American Stager.
FroleaeorLIBINI. Musical Director
The beet of WINKS and LllJDOKH eerved by
attentive wallrri Jy at I w
much, f itoMhiriAUK curiciciir,
V AT THR
GARDEN ADJOIN1NU MhCHANICS' UALL,
MaryUtmt trfflii,Mr tv Captlvt Gudm
Tbe undersigned respectfully Informs the public
tint he bai made arranaemente that oaeverv WED.
NKSDAY and SATURDAY KVKNINU, after the
oonoerte at Capitol Harden are eloeed, a part ol the
Marine Band wilt give a giaud Fromeuade Coooert
at tbe above named place Cboloe Refreshments
oouetaatly on band
-The Oardco will be beau
uruuy iiiuminaieu
JOHN BECK,
Proprietor.
Jy8 lm
TNVKH 'V M K N '1' H .
SF.VhN AND TURKl. TENTHS HNIlkD
STATES NOTES,
UNITED STATES BONDS-DUK lSl,
ONH YEAR CKRTIF1UAIK8 OF 1NU1-UTKI)
NESS,
' QUARTKRMASIER'S VOUCHERS,
DKMAND NOTES, (OLD ISSUE,)
act of August 10, till;
AMERICAN ANU FOREION GOLD,
UNCURHENT HANK NOTES,
SKK'KS AND BONDS ON COMMISSION,
Bought aad Sold.
K1TIKNUOUHK, FANT A CO ,
Bankere, Ittl Fenuiylvanla avenue
Jy ll-lm
Oirole Institute,
3Por Touuc Xaaaerlloao.
Mo. Al IC atreel. bi.i. eli ulrele.
Ttrma per Quarter ot Ten Weike, sir Freocn ami
w ! incmusu.
gpauiih, lullan, Oerman.LaUn, end newel otner
langutgee taught In the same eohool. .
Dr. A. ZAPFONB will rive three Uoloroe eeeb
weak on Literature and Boleuoe, and otherwlee sualat
whenever he eea spare time Irom LU medical ptofil
lion
Jyt aUa,A AFFONB.FilnOftl
n AUOTlOlTslljlBS:
1 3raxia:
v
B,,",RttJ5,"J'"'L,J,"l Aaetloaeore.
.CLOSING OUT BALE OF bRY GOODS -.
We'slalleceameaee oaTIIURSbAr MORNING,
JalVllst.at Bo'ateek.aad aihihib, r. Amm
day anlll the whote etoek la clnead out, la room No
ttleeeoadelory, Ryon'snew baildlng.oe Ninth,
between D end Ettreeli '
The stock comprises a general assortment ef Dreea
Goods, llolaerv, F.mbrddrry, Domestic Goals, Car
petlng.Otlelothe, While aad Colored MaMng.ae
Theladleeart respectfully Invited to attend, ae
great bargains may he expected, at the (lock mutt
be oleeed without reserve
GHKKN A WILLIAMS,
Jy W-lt . Auetloneert
B VV. b. WALL, dk CO., Aaelloaeeee,
..-. Bueeieeore to Watt, Biaxetn '
g2VF.RNMENT SALE OF A NUMBER OF
UOHJFJ. COLTS, aad MITLEB, av Accnox.-Oo
THURSDAY aett.aistor Jnly.Ilin, at theCrral,
BUrlllOWmM,. tll U uM ., SI.IIm Am.
tkm- '
A number of Hor.fi, Colli, and Mol'i conJeeawd
ae aaSl for public eervlo.
nan io rommesce at 1 o o clock i
Terms ca.li, In Government funds
J. J. DANA,
Cept and Ae't Qaarteraaaeter
. . W.L.WALLA CO,
Jr AucUoaeere
Xtxauro Daya.
BY OUMtilf WILUAMK, Aaeltoaoeto.
....... . No ln Seventh etreet, ooraer D
-.MCELLENT HOUSEHOLD AND MITCBEN
FURNItURF. AT AUCTION -Oa SATURDAY,
thesdefAagun.wethalleell la treat of our lie
at t o'clock a. m , an eicill.nl airartment of rural
lere.vli
Mahogany and Walaut Sofas
Marble-top Dreeelni and other Bereeee
Mahogany Bldekoard, Wardrobee and Waeh
Mahogany MarbU top Centre, and Walaat Ex
traawa Tables
Mebogaay Jenna, Uad andlther ttedttoedt aad
Hair aod Uuek HattmeM
Keatber Boletersaad rtllowe
Bedding, large let of Carpels, China Glaee aad
Crockery Ware
Large lot of Stcvte
T barrels fine mess Beer
t Wagoa, with mtcy other aruolee, which
we deem unneueeHary to enumerate
Terme cash.
GREEN A WILLIAMS,
Jy 31 St Star Auctloneere
BY URUKN V WILol.IAM, AwctUnsaro.
8ALU BY ORDER OF THE ORPHAN H
COURT, OK TI1K I'KRSONAL Ear ATK 0'
JOHN blNON.DECKARKD On FRIDAY ntxl.
id nt atiy oi Annual, jbc.,-w uiii nu w iu nir
IMedfootof Jobn &lnon.deork-d,uai Foam).
hslf street, netr tbt oorur of HsrjrUnd -rfset, tt
10 o'clock s m . all tu wruoutl ttau u( thr d
eosMj,rU
1 utbogtuiy Bou,
eSprlsfrSr.tCbtilrit
1 Wslnut Wsrdrubt
UthefmOf Msrbl top sad oihr Btirrtui, sai
Uftboffnr lUtTirw,
Utb-fsay Msrbl top Coutrr ULUsud W6
GroMt,
Flo BrnMwU tiftd other Ctri U, inJ OH Cloih,
Mibtr Lied, Buidlng, Bolittn. Tlllowi sod
UtlJeTt'Sdf,
Mftttrn , Lonagta, Kxttailou ..dwthtr Ts
blM,
Cookio sad otbr Btoft
OluiindOroekerr Wir,
With s gooii lotofKHcbau rtjulejjft, tuid ussy
otbr srtlcl, which w tt-a uojuutMsrir
tOtUUltUtfttj
AUo, sn xMllsjat C&rrlK tud Uud'n
TM-mtoiat. By order of tb AtluiloUtratlU
UltKhN A. W1I.UAU8,
Jy 80 St IM'-rj Auction-en-
B
V J. C. ncUUIIlK at CO., Auclloii!.,
LARUE" STOCK OK FUVF. UO.Nf KOTION
ir sod ConffOtloarr'i MouMn Corpr. Tool,
ITrcncb Tlsts Mtrron. OIun Umh, Jsrt, Ac ,it
AsoUon On TUKMDAY WOHiIN., July 39th,
eosiiBnelai( at 10 o'clock, wo ibsll well. t tbe w41
known eftsbltebment of C. tUntlcr rcDnyUsnlt
STtnas.betwicn Twtlfth sil ThlriMSth itrfi-,
bis tntlrt itock of Conftoiioncry, Mould.. (JIm
Coantsr Csms, Silver l'Jsttd Ccabttrr Hcilft.Olii
isrt,avo.,coniuunc,i psn.oi
m lot i rvnoa jftBuia" ua uddwhi
Do Ksncy Boxct, I nTelopr-, Ac
Fl&s CooMrvs Fruit, tod Plain Candltn
Firncb I'rMcrvei, Tioklca
Brand y j niit, fto , la frest virirty
logetatr wltb
S Fine French Pltte Mirror
3 Fin. 1'lat-d CounUrCantH
3 Counttr HcsIm, Plated rsfMiuii, IOmUm, aad
Weig Mi
Iarjt number of banditome (J1m Jkri,DUbM
Ae
And many other article, toonmurroui lu adrettbie
ALSO, linaedlately sfter tbe tale la tbe Storv,
will be eold, at tb Factory, on K -treet , la re tr m
.Store, all hi. .lock of
Mooldt, Copper a, Krtfirr. Machiuvt v ,
KmbrsctDf a vailetyot newpattsnMloCoiitr
Tin. Lead, and Pluter, In large auartment
All o which will be told wttboat metre, Mr
Oiutler Inteodlajr to cbann hUbnln(u
.1 C MoGUlKKACO.
Jy jtJun A ur tifratTB
4tP'SIe) Bbovvel lll ! coeStluueit
FRIDAY MORNING, Aujuit 1-l.whtn the oou
tentioftba factory will be li, me hoar Lu
trsaoe ou K trt t
JAtt C ModUlKL CO ,
jr 30 din ldtar Auotlonoer
BY J. C. MeUUUtK A CO., AaeU.ntt.
OVK niOU8ANl CHINIJiL ANI JA
PANKMF: KANt. LANTERNH Ac , AT PUBLIC
HALE On FRIDAY AFTHRNOON. Aanst 1st
eommenclngT at A o'olook, we aball Mil at tbe Au,
uon Koom. a larjfe ioi oi
Cblne..laDaaie. ieallivr and PaLw Leaf tan.
In Kreatvarluty ol pattern, ilni and quality
A lao, m few Jai)RUee l.anttrnaaorname&tt, lo
be told witbout reeerve
jjia tj ittiuiniai,v ,
jy a du (Utsr) Aucuooert
T?K1I. V. IHU4.
l-'ICU. Ut IS WW,
NOHTHKRN CENTRAL RULWAV,
Tb bortMtt(qtkMt, end beet route trout, bsui
more to tbe
WKtiT, NOETH, ANU NUUTUWKUT.
WINTER SOHBDULK,
UIIAN01B Or TIMS. ,
On sad stur HanAsy Feb'y e.lttea.PaMecutec
ltedM will srnri sad depart ftoss Uslven Staitesi
u follows :
1KAINS NORTH LI-.AVK
Mall, St. . 11
Buffalo kxprem ... tint V M
Psrkton AooamodatluB i V J
PttULurg and Uarrbtburji; t ,.rr i n t u
IKAlNahOUfH AKKIVK
Parklvu AtieoaUBOdatsotiat iwA u
UnffaloKxprtw. .. ))o M
PUUbwrg and Harrtaburg hKriw ..iw f -i
Mail ....si'u r M
TbeS A M.lrsla from Wmilalnjttuu iSioiirot wlfJi
lH. 86 A M Trail. Irom Bultlmur lor Ib Mm!
and Ibr Buffalo, KJmira. KochfeiUr, Dunkirk, O.utui
dfljpta, and nlauara Is1Ih sod for New Vol
lit.
Tbe 11 A M Iraiufrov vVaAhUiKioaoOAi&eotBwttU
iV. a ne. 1 wA Tu U.lilMae tn. lAJe kl.jt
u. d w a . ma m, imii iiuih aeamaiviT. tu Tt am,, iitniii
and Nortbwrit, and Kltnlra sad lUffalo aad Ko
ebeeter.
Tneswr u train trom waeiunffton oouiot,
with the Stop M. 1 rain from Baltimore lor I'ltt-
bur, nsrruburit, and tbe Wei, and U a direct oou
Mouen for Lebanon. Laiton. Ailentown, and New
lora, eiauenirai uaurotuioi new jsneey.
Try thle route to New Vork
ataf fhei onlv Train leaviuir lioilliugvrti on buudw
Is tbe 8 so P M. Train, tor ll.rrUburg, Pimbtirt
Ubloago and tb Weet
lueooiy i run ainviBg in naiuiuurt. v iuiav
laibeevoA M lratn.
now j. n imuAKKT, nii i
STATUAKY,
mahbLk mdniimkntn.
I bare e large sod mont exifoalve itoca ot
ItaltsvH nrbla Mitnuiuettta, Uravl4HM,
aaoC.g Al.,
Aireale at low price, lor canh I til twit alreduoed
Kmi to tboe ef the annr or navy who may want
m ae mementoes lor tbelr oomradot) wbo have
fknn In defenoe of lbs Union
WH. RUTUKUFOHD.
febIT sm K etreet north, bet ItthudlltA.
aTJCW YUHK AHU KtUU HAILHOAli.
Paaeengtr Train leave ma Pavoala rtym
sad Long Dock, from foot of Chamber. irei,-aV
new iors.Mioi.ow. vis.
AIT A M .FeXPUKSS.forDDU.Irk.aud Bufalo
sad prlnclual intcnneJifttt Uutloo
AtSA M .UAIL.IajrUanUik.saJluWnntidlale
StaUoiu lhU iralurt-maiaaovcrulxht at Umirm
and prooeedj tbe next morning
At 9 A. M , MM.K, daily, lor OlUvtIJ., and Inter
mediate Stations
AtUA.M .ACCUMMOUA1 ION, dally, for Port
At i P 11 VVA. forMUdlelonn, NewbarKb
and Intrmedlatc auiUoUJ ,
At P M . NIUIII KXPKKBa, dally, lor Una
kirk butralo.t'anaDJalgae-i snd prlnoiital bWtuwia
lbeir"uul'si-Mt-n Maf) .TalnSt
Ueust.ul tun only lo hlmira
At P M , ACCOMUOUAUON, for Uorne
Ilia tadiirtncliimiautioiia
una auuir-. r HiN0l Uea'l Bup't
NAllIANlM HAtLIll, RceiVl aiffl
NOT! UK IS IUKK1IV (UVLN TUAT lUk
Copartnertblp haretolore exUtlng bewu
I.YLti A COFFIN I ttiU day dl-eolved by mutual
eoment JO l.,ftu.r?-7
J.,hu fl I lr illtl PuutluuM llttf LUtlUita al lb
OtdatAod ,. ,
TAaaUiei0e,eJUtBl,a9w-te tf m
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