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rtnin, Mr. E. L Darcaport, lbs srrftt AtMilsaa
tnceafin, appears U two o( hli best charact-rf, to
two plays wntob hats proTia to m (ht arsatctt sue
ce,ses or lb faoa. .Is Ju. Bbtrltlau Know.'
aiiotrti ramaniie pur or too wut ," saa iob-
Jtss Jsr.r U'i Icuotui ud bcutltai Btilletl ratio
ram,' Illicit yto Iatn U th ftrtt ItM Mr.
lttKrt bti certainly crt4amsrkto.saUon.
At William, In " IHtck tyst. Sana.'' h Emitted
ty ill ihi eri'la of LbiUbi m will at then or tbli
cunatrr, uatqialitd, wbl naar Ulistt Lin
Ofllomor.owTtMaf,Mr. Da.saport will iscst.
bUhnwtl.tofl.Wlt. for whloh ooottloa ha hat ore.
vlded an tntlra atw bill.' Ob Hoaday tnnlaf ntxt
r ana mtt. u i. rigrtaca viii rfiarn, ana p
iar bit lor ilx nlbu.
Koid'i Mkw TnfiTst. .1 ftrarilfoyABOthtr
ucaaumi orimaug pica win DC Drovfai vm mi
oral' Btw theatre, ihlteTeDlojr a drama that hu
been la earefui pre paiatloa for tint tima part, tad
bow product wiib all III iLlBdll tocaeiy and
Mand ftfltetl. ntlt!d Tha Vla-ani ' a lalll B.
ry comrositicti of gnat net It, lawb'oboarjoyoci
Mafgt Ulichill luflalai tb chsrscter of MtrU,
lutruOacInf a naw ballad, eiprtisly wnttca for be r,
iica "ift'Kuro it ma j.otci irtwuu. - -iu
YivsiidUre " In ilohiy tbtenprrnd wtthexwU.oi
niuil aad InUraatiia lneidmti.Br ia Btnt amoB
w tilth lia miliary uatohaad xrcubytlxtib
trttly Joans; ladtw, eommtaded by MmMaffrM
ttcbtll la pcrton Blahof. iht great comegua,
wltl alio bt in Laad llh all hi fro, wblltllbi
Kmmi Ml'ehsli - liter to Mi. Miggli will si prar
witbourfarorltcBtaraoirektiotLaaitarplto. fba
w aoderlng uoys" wM cuucladtnirj. lag's ii
ttrtilBintbt.
Waibibotom TftiATaa .This tvenlB. TomTav.
lor'itxetiltbt oomtdyol 'Tho VI' lion" will uc
reptattd,laooBjtiqebcao( turn root aplloatloai
at tht box cOm, ThetBuatBM incotM of Ha flnl
rf pi emulation lolly w -mnis tho belief that a largk
auairag wiiibhub iijv iiiivzqaiMia proaocuon
Mr. Ow tttaaBBittruy(UUiovtrytxDiplltwailrja
l baraor, and will al o add tu tbt anuruUmenu ot
tb tttnUg by bHIaoghabUptifjimaaotot Jiqae
Strop, la Uit drama ot Kjbtrt Maoairo Uonrt
Uaealr being Maloed by that popalar ytaogar
tiilf, Mr A.lI.DaTenpott. MUiKatt D.dId.MUi
VWaCrcckaraadtbttatlrtialeiilcdooriMt of ai
lntci will appear a Borahy, la Uit way of a if t
ailiMt natlouat drama U la prtparail.
Ntios'i Cbimobib QiiDia Ciaooii will open to
night, lnt )ifLrmerr( hufiet. niuleid.aj atl
hira, aad itidy lor tbt lornal Utngorauun Among
tut frtro a nndrr ihe manhalfhlp 01 Gtottal N xoi,
art M'llt Aufaitint and Ml i Carro.l,lwo Uiltt
who will ld m admiral t n and oanah naaot of all
who can i)preciata da log it fat and modtat d
mianor Jfr 11 Uaitoliltautqout lanofnomca
re(utt; wbUt tht Cibial 11 oihe t bv no couali,
In aloot luperlort, a gymattt Dr. Jamet L.
Thtytr.tUHtunat Jaitvr, will bt tht peotal ot.
trot of Istertkt, we prianit,oii aceoant ol thtpronVr
i huitablitliidinfoufhui.lhjrlaclpal Wetter t
Aonhernaad Ltern etUte TotMHlti" wllilk
for lioonlrg. Wtwhhuea Nlaoo utc'u lo tU
biwen trprfat.
DiancH'aMotiOBarHiTHaaiai.aHDCiaooa.
Thhatattett of mojera exbibltluoa atiraotuiat
vvenlag a eonooit ol peopla outonmioilug ao
hereto ur product 1 la ible oily. Th ad I ratio
excited by the appearance tf Uvmrnoiora Mali, tt
Albloot, tbt perfoimlog br, and ibt great Amir
Uaaiqateirian obooI,WM boundlta, Krety dt
pirlmeut of tbt mammoth txbloi'lon met with rtp
iurouiappiaBMBBd tbt Impreeelon produotd wilt
nut bt cat t temevta. Tomoriaw turn anal Urn.
putlan brro of tbi-t ooaiitry aad Karopt for tht put
HRiriiui)cira,wiii appe!, tug, mm ui nmc
dors Man. will lift ontoi ihtlr nuhiee ifrrlormui
v4. To morrow aiternota and tttblng, at fitirLd
'rqaeetiwnffroi iHiaiiteti bbo jjoauiaaa BTt-
BBt.
OLTurio Mosic Uail, Gtnnanun BtUtimg F.f y
uiguk nub'' iii initial yvriuimiBva) ui oftii Ufta
been orowJcd Tbt print ptt mniltal lamloir,
llt.e Fauay Forust, it lavarlably encored three
ilxea nightly, aad ber rcp loot p ovt conolaitrely
tha tb mautjtment art repeld for eeoarlBg ttitao
tlt ar.liu. Hie per orcoino for thli evtuing la aa
eml a Lew one, and tiTgrJe toopt tor tat of ablll')
of all the pnlorour, luc udag Jolii llaal toit
1 mmt Qudiier. AltuCd Bernird and Vol ante.
M art Ila'I.G.r.'ner, Bn l?r, Qaylord. Clarke, Aj ,
w u aiif iui tuvitf avau
CaMTtaacar In apitt of Iht large number o
dicvt of unollo emu.emtnt ooen In onroitr. the
Satronagt oftlilatliRant itmplt of mi Jo doe not
ImlntiU Tha be full ml attiatM. atlaj .Tulla Un .
llmcrard U ItUirleitaothelrmtg Idoenidatt (
tu uivja I'll , ai ruiuoicut io on in noue
tTtry nlgbt ; bnt, iu ad 'litan, ibert are other artlat i
wbou auperlor teibrmatioetnoone woutd err it
Bjl tfmt ""II " Cl.wv uiuiTni( 7 PW. lur IU
eianoe, ibt a jleb -aud dinseuii', Mia J ulla tbrlatiat,
fit tcrj auiuiii iiihu iairj( wru gwee torougo
lb iIano with an eaat aid grace truly bewltohlag,
cr lb rnOWi ed frniaU J If (.ancei . M lit Lliette: or
ibt taleatia daugbtert I lerpifchorr. MUa Fratcea
i,ano7t or ite icemi gymnau in tot world, Uto
K DLoai; or the two wo t laughable iegroo to.
aiao", hod uan ana l.w b rnsooi, and lut, thoakn
not Irnt, the pretty and modett eosgitim, tuLa
Police Mattera.
1'ttar BrooVs waa Hrroaled on Tuaadajr by
Officer Parker, or the Third ward, for bolug
drunk and dlaordorly Taken bof.re Jmttce
Clark, and fined f 2, which ho paid und waa dis
charged. Ilobert J. Morgan was arrcktedon'Tueadaj,
by Officer Lynch, of the Fourth ward, for being
drunk and disorderly. Taken before Juttto
Waiter, nd lined 10.
til ward Kilo waa Arrested ou Tuenday, by
O ulcer Pierce, nf the Flfih ward, on the charge
id Htsault and battery. He waa laken before
Justice Ferguson, and fined 13 94, which he
paid Mint whh ill no It urged,
Xtrn. lvjle was arrested on TuemUy , by OSlcor
Harmon, ci( tho Bavenlh tvard.on the charge of
ehofttlfg a bor. II wan tikon before Justice
Walter, Hiid ordered to glie ball for bts appear
auco at court.
Julia William was arrested on Tueidiy, by
Officer Ashtnn, of the Seventh ward, for being
drunk and dlsotderlr. Taken before Justice
Wallor, and flntd 12.
T. W. WiltUmi waa arrested on Tuesday, by
Officer Parker, f tho Hatond ward, ou the
nharRO of carrying concaalod weapons. Taken
before Justice rbomiMo, and flood $21.
tleorro Buenimol wan arroaiedon Tuesday,
ly Ofll.'or Cook, of tho Third ward, nn the
ouarge of fast riding. Taken before Justice
riark, and flnod 15 58, a hlcb he paid and was
discharged,
'IlitrU Ward IMrlct.
llffote JittUce Thompson. Yesterday morn
, tug, a woirmn tiurned 'lneresn Wollbowaa ar
letted by Ofilcer lirefter, aud cliarned before
Junllcn ihompxim with ulenl-oK, wllle In tho
horvlcooi Mr. Ovren Ka;oht Dud, In this city,
:i hriwnsllk dres, eight atlk tmndkerohleis,
two colored soarfa, a gold pen, u tllver pencil,
und v.trloua trinkets und household articles
omiugli to All h large hamper, In whloli they
wero found Iu the prisoner's possession. The
s'llen artiole belug all Ideittiiled by Mr and
Mrs. Dully, Iho guilty person, not denying the
uLarH, was fully couimitled.lu default t ball,
t r tiial at tha criminal court.
Tho aamo prisoner wasalso ch uged with steal
III' throo allvtrr tea-pnomis.iilne ards of bUck
Hlpnoi, two 3 arils of colored silk, a brown silk
ilres4, and h muff, 1 ho property f Urs. Uohanna
('rtlliiii 'theaoali Icn article, whluli were also
f.-uiid In the liHffl)tr, Uciitg iJei.lifltfd by tie
wtioi the piisoncr vah Louiniitled for oourt.
Voateiday Hllornoon, a man utnied Junes
liowu was arreated on tho chirge of horse
Mealing, at the Paik Hulel. The prlsoner.'who
ivasraughtlu tho act of sloiillng the borsu,
saddle and bridle, made u desperaie rcslstauoe,
and wmb brought bumlcutfjd before Justlct'
Thompson, who committed the desperado for
lurtner examinauon a uay,
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roatrabauit Goods.
Oustavua Keleor, of Richmond, and Jacob
Ceisiuger aud Jacob Stevens, ot New York,
uere arrosied by Oficer Berkley, of this city,
m.d H' rner, of Dnlilmora, at a house on Penn
n)lvan1a avenue near Third street. Bevor.il
trunks were takon,u?blob ecu Ulead tevera'
artlclea of goods which would miko the laitibs
1 1 Itiohmofad dance with del'ght and fill the
pockets of the owner with notify. They were
mostly silica, hoop skirts, laces, thread, needles
, idos, A.C. Tho arrest was made by order of the
military authorities of Baltimore, and the par
litis were sent to that olty on Uonday last.
Legs for tht. i.Blas,
Ibo medical director has issued au order that
ll patients in our hospitals who havo been
auljticted to tho amputation of one or both
lot shall, as soon us they aro ablo to be ro
tnnvod, be sent toBt. KMztbetU hospital, at tho
Insane Aylum. The object of I his, It Is under
blood, Is to facllltato the operation of supply
lug artificial legs by a aktllfiil artisan who has
already contracted with the Government to
furnish these necessary aids to locomotion.
Coronet's Inqueit.
On Tuesday morning, about eight o'clock,
Coroner Woodward held an Inquest on lie body
of a German named Joseph Kuhn, at his late
1 evidence, on Fifteenth street, two dnon ab ve
I street, who it was thought came to his death
by poison. The Jury ascertained that he died
bbout l wo o'clock the preceding day, but could
get no evidence to sustain the above suspicion.
nd rendered a verdict of death fnm natmal
mines' Tho police of the First ward were
present, and rendered all the aesHUuo neces
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About ,lx hundred noldlars were tent up from
tie conraleioent otmp et Alesaodrta jester
dar, for tranipof titlon to tbelr reepeottve r8-bodU.
Ptatki orialdltrt
Tha followlnf deaths have ocourred sine our
tut report t
becond Ueutenant Oh'rlitlan Uhmao,ocm.
psny D, 30th N. Y.t Carver hospital.
Henry Soberer, oonpaoy Ar7Sd Pa.; Cat
parish hospital.
Amoe W. kfonimnal. com nan r 0. 7lh Uloh.i
uarver noepiiai
Wm. McWullto, company 1), 2itb N. Y.t Car
Ttr hoiplUl.
Chas. Browtr, company C, 8Clh N. T.; Cliff
burn h capital.
W. H. Weaver. comDanr B. 122d Va.t Cliff
burnt hosDltal.
Adam HuDtrt. corauanr C. Glh Oiln: Mount
erivnaauv iiuepiia.!.
Frederick Loops, company II, 27 1 h N. Y ;
Mount Pis ssan i hospital.
Robert Curry, company F, U2th Pa.; Camp
hosDltal
h Ruben Williams, company 1, 71st Pa.; Mount
PltMaiit hospital.
Wm. U. Beath, company 0, 12th N, Y.J Cliff-
uurue Qoapiiai
Samntl Fltss, company F. 4th N. Y.t Mount
Pleasant hospital.
E. O. tlflff, company A, 1st Minn.; Union Ho
tel hospital.
flergu W. C. Porlsr, company F, CSth Ohio;
Doughu hospital.
Corporal John De Touhty, company D. Uth
N. Y.M.: Union Hotel hospital.
W Jelllaon, company II, 2d Maa,; Harewood
hotpltal.
Thos. 8. Moore, company B,132d Pa.; George
town Collagt hospital.
Iltnrloh Meyer, company F, 66lh N, Y ; Ju.
diolary Square botpltaJ.
Theodore Flttehtr, company 0, 2d Wis ; Ju
diolary Square hospital.
John McDermott, company D, 12th IT. S. I.t
Judiciary Square bntpiui.
R. Chandler, 4th Ohio; near Fori Oalnet. '
P. Uephard, 4th Ohio; near Fort Gaines,
Henrlok Merer, oorapanyF, C6th N. Y., Ju
diolary Square hospital.
Chas. Wagner, company V, OthN.Y., Car
ver hospital.
Frederick Fox, company B, 91b Pa., Judlcls
ry Square hospital.
John Shehan, company K, 40th N. Y., Cliff
burn hotpltal.
Corporal Hiram H. Wilson, company C, 6th
Vt., Harewood hospital.
John Barker, company C, 3d Del., Granoh
hotpltal.
Joseph Blaker, company O. loitlf Pa., Colum
hi an College hospital. Buckingham, Pa.
John Grant, fool' J.I Ouarlarmaatar'a Barries.
Q. H. hospital.
Walter P. Carter, company A, Tib Wis., Cliff
burn hotpltal.
joon u. uruwD, company &, oin Ma., votam
bian College hospital. Baltimore. Md.
Phillip Sholis, company 0,49th N. Y.,Ebene
zer hospital.
Geo. Soarlett, company C, 53th Pa., Armory
Square Hi spltal.
W. F. Goodllve, company h, Gth Ohio car.
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BawdjrIIeiaB.
Our cltlxens generally are not fully aware of
the extent and inflaaooacftb Intolerable nuis
ances In our city and IU environs. Our bust
nest as reporter necessarily bring us In con
tact with tho who know of tho amonnt of evil
caused by these vile den of Infamy. Wa allude
to the police and military patrols of the city.
The eyll It widespread and alarmingly on the
(nor. The great qusatlon Is: how shall this
tide of Iniquity be stayed ? Certain It 1 that
the faot has been fully demonstrated that the
present method-of dealing with these dens ef
fect nothing. An occasional "desoent" Is made
upon a house; a few arrest are made; the
partte are severely lectured and told to leave
the city, or perhaps fined on or two dollars
and released, to go baok to the r o'd haunts, or
to new quarter, and ply their devilish art
with Increased vigor and success. All this Is
wrong. Either let them alone, and call their
nefarious pursuits legal, to be let alone by all
officers of the law, except the tax gatherer; or
Is break them up; pursue them from den to
den; give them no rest or abiding plao. day or
nlgbt, until the olty I rid of their baud pret
ence. Letth polio and patrol visit tbee
ptaces regularly, and arrest every on eogaged
to the abominations. And when arrests are
made, and tha parties aro convicted, let them
b punfeAerf to the full extent of tho law.
We have beard frequent complaint that the
end ot justice are dfoaled by the in la taken
olemenoy of tho commissioner of tb work
house. The vltest of these strumpets are ar
rested and aentonced by the Doiloe maslatrate
to the work'hrmie foralxiyor ninety day, and
In seven days thty are out again and at thtlr
old praotlce. What enoouragement Is this to
a rauniui ponce omoer, woo reauy aeairta to
promote lne public peace and welfare.! Ho
break up a bawdy house, arrest the keeper
and Inmate, and they are tried by a police
ustloe. The keeper Is sentenced to the work
nouso, tho "girl" are fined trifling aumi, from
one io inree uouars axon, ana ine men are ata
obarfied without nentltv. The "fflrla" oar
their flno, and filch double the amount from
the r victims in less than ii hours, while the
"keeper," after serving out one week of her
sentence, negs on ' ny apiuiui taie to ice
good naturcd iffiolal at th workhomo, and
brDAvlnethe exDenso of oarrrlnir her to the
work-house (one dollar J she is permitted to
return to her old "din" to laugh at the officer
for his attempt to "stop her trade." Such I
the stale of ih oaie as represented to us by
many or the polio officers of the city. We
ainceroly bops that the official who have to
deal with this inonetrom evil, will consider tb
Qvlloonscqnenoe of their "wild policy ,' and
use morti vigoroue measures nereaner
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Itrtmal
Gen. T. T, Crittenden, Ky Gen. Prentiss, III.,
Cols. Shaw aud Gaddla, Mum., Col. Lynch, III.,
Col. Adams, Mo., Col. Bchoomaker, Vs., and
a'xty otner reieaseaomceiaiaxen in various ao
tions, ate at Wlllard'. Also, Col. Gavltt, Cltt
Ohio, and Col. Rush, Pennsylvania Lancers.
Gen. Tom Thumb, Commodore Kutt, R dney
Nult, ot New York, Wm. B. Uarrlsou, Hon. Jno.
P. Hale, New Uampehiro, Ifon.Thos. W. Piercr,
tfss4.,and Hon. William rj. Starr, WorpOiter,
Miiait., are at the National.
A. Me and lady, Mass., R, B. Ellison. Phila
delphia, R. K. Dudley, Mass., Major Geo. II.
Chapman, U.S. A., and Col. 1. D. Bldtrell, U,
B. X., are at the Metropolitan.
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Prostitutes,
JuBtphiue Miles and Mary Sullivan are noto
rious old offenders, who live near ParTree
alley, whero they keep a deu of Infamy, from
wuich they sally forth for prey. Two soldiers
paused near their shanty last Monday, when
they tried to pursuude tbem In, Tbuy were
dlsuovered by Oftloera Boswell arul Wilson, uf
the Seventh ward police, who took tho pal l ltd
beauties hi charge, and unrobed themtnlhe.
station. rom nere tney weresenwome wnc
home lor llilrly dajs, whloh time mny afford
them hinplu oppottnniLy n repent of their
wtt'ltfd couro, if the kind boarlfd coroml
slouors d u'l retuaae them Iu a week as usual.
Puiiiic mliooi.i
Tlie eub board of trustee, nf tlie second dls
Irloi have arramed the sohools In that district
a? follows: all those held In the building at tb.
O'irnor ol Tenth and E streets, are placed In
charge of Mr. Miller; all those In the aoboot at
the corner of New York avenue and Sixth
struct, In charge of Mr. Uiermehle, and tbe
schools over the Washlnston market. Massn-
chusetta avenue and Plftn street. Iu charge of
ur. uncos, ah applications ror aamtis.on. ana
all business relative In tbe schools, arc to a
atteuded to by tbe gentlemen designated.
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ai. llliah.th Hospital.
Tbls hospital, at the Insane Asylum, being
r-miote from tbe cltr. la sadlr nealected bv In
dividuals and Plata aasootatlons, with the ex
eeution ol the Ohio soldiers, whose wants are
supplied weekly; soaroely any ot the patients
reoelve attention except from tbe surgeons
and attendants. We understand that It is to be
mnde the general hospital for amputated
cues.
Tlie Anipliltli.Mr.
Now In course of erection on the corner of
Pennsylvania avenue and Seventh street, la
attracilng a great deal of attention. The wood
en enolosure Is now nearly oompleted, and the
striped awning or tent la already erected. The
workmen will bave to he diligent, to be ready
for the opening to night, but from tbe progreaa
mat naa oeen nirae, wo uouoi noi ue mam'
moth pavilion will be oompleted lu time.
llobliirr-
Ma, uuu.ii , r muuiavu . .inuu,, i,uj. i iiui,
and Feleyd Vrlencelll, were arresttd and
brou&bt before Justice Donn. In oonssauenoe
of obarges made by 0. Casislllnn, who waa
robbed of II, 100-ln money on Sunday night.
The parties are ooardara in an Italian house,
kept by F. Onlselll.on Pennsylvania avenue,
between Becond and Third streets. After aa
examlpatloo, tho suspected parties were re
lented, as nothing could b. proved against
1UBU4. "
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Main. R.ll.r Association.
We learn that an adjourned meeting of this
Assoolallon will be held at No. 373, P street,
thle evenlsg. A full attendance la earnestly
desired.
BotIwW afTftpY n,'
. Thbrtgsdnownctmpd on sattit' 0pHoJ
Hill, under command of Col. Derron, Mth aTw
Jtrsty voluntttrs will b rvlw4by Qsu
Cssty, to-day, at 12 o'clock. Tht br&sils) Uf
compottd of the Wth And 2?th Nw Jry. ad
th nth and 13th Vrmont.rtmnt. and tho
Uth Mattaohusttt batttrr. No httter rgl-
nents nave ottn nirnisnea iromtnes nuieo,
and It I oxpeotod that they will do good r
vlco In th coming battles.
Th Street Ma 1 1 war
On Seventh strsst. will b comnlsttd In a very
few day. That portion of th UAok south of
Pennsylvania avenu 1 now being Ironed and
leveled up a rapidly a posslbl. A portion of
ine iron naa oaen oeiayea tor several aaye, id
const qut no ni 400 preoccupation or in rail
road by th Government.
1 mi I.
Tho Cwtvtrt,
Tht Imnrovtmont. InTblrttenth strsst. I
irojr suing rapidly. That portion south of
b Avenue I already oompleUd and filled In,
and workman have commenced on th north
Ide. It will be quite a difficult task to com
plete mat portion wnion teaas across m av
nus, without grsat public Inconvonlsno.
The onasatllo Bank
la eaitlBglo aid rtdcemlog Its bills of taraetsprt
tatid atihilr oca iter, 223 Pennsylvania avtettt
opposite Wluarda'. oot 14-It J
AUamtlosi. Afllttttdl
Dr. Vellny I yt ngagd In an oxtontlv
nraotlo In thla eltv. ana wo would call th at
tention of th poor. puny. emaolaUd viotlmi
of tholr own sin to the best sou roe of remedy.
rirsi, givo up your proaouk oourBO 01 1110 ai
onco and foravsr; and aseondly, call on th
moat skilful pbyslolaot, (and non ar better
than Dr. Vellny,) and be cored of th disease
which 1 now undermining th constitution
and sending you to a prtmatur grav.
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sutaUai AatM,
Tb follow Id ar th rat At whloh backer
and broker ar burins andvoelllng gold and
silver th legal tendsr not being the stand
ard: Buvxna. wttmff.
Qotd 30 pero.prem.34 per. prow.
BUvtr 16 " " JO " "
Demand notes.. 24 " 37
Bank of laau In Washington and Ueorg etowni
Washington. ueorgtwvm.
Baok of Metropolis. Farmers' and Meoh's
Baok of Washington. Bank.
Patrlotlo Bank. Bank of Corsmrco.
farm's AMsroh's.B'ok.
Th Farmers' and MerobanU' Bank and the
Bank of Commerce Issae notes of th donomlna
tho of on dollar and upwards.
visual Days at taa llueillala Ite tttlo
Oily.
By alate order of th Burgeon General th
military hospitals will bt open to tb author
ized agent of soldiers' relief associations and
other aid societies, from twelve o'clock m. to
six o'clock p. m., dally, and to the friends ol
patients and other visitor, If, In tho Judgment
of th surgeon In oharge, their visit will not
b prejudicial to th welfare of the stok."
Tli Mention Baak
Redeems their note In U. 8. Treasury notes
wbn any amount from one dollar upward I
presented.
Tho Isadlast Herb Doctor,
From Canada, will dtaoribt dtatases and Ull his Da-
taints tte natnrt of thtlr ejmplalala or Illnew, with
out receiving any t a formation from then fifetkarg
for eofwubaKM cr adaic. Offlot, No. ll WatMngton
BnUdlog. FeBnsylvaBUavsBtts,oorBtr of lertath
atrtrt, waahlnron, D. 0. stp U if
(coxatmiciTiD.)
(Fztraet from a UlUrtnlhf BatUa-FMd.)
Thla battl. (Antletam) hae been th. moat
sanguinary of tb. war, and the only on. fought
with design and upon military prjno'plea. Th.
arrangement of our corps th. overlooking po
sition of th. Commanding General the lending
Into aotlon th. right and tha left the closing
up of tbe centre, and final suoossa excites be
wildering admiration, and carrlea th. mind to
the great lelds of Austerlllx and Wagram,
fongblby Napoleon. (Hall this bave I spoken.
The heart history of auch a oonalct, purchased
by the life and blood of twenty thousand men,
mutt bo found in tbe hospitals. War baa It!
glorias bat It has Ha len thousand demon! la
these human tortures, lhat make tbe eye-balls
none the heart bleed the lips palay, and the
brain reel. The eight Is at Oral poaltlvely un
endurable. The life blood of aom. le still trick
ling away In silent (1mnesa while the dis
severed llmks and maniao brain of others give
rise to sounds Qod grant I may not again wit
ness. But ye mothers wuouow seek a son or wife
a husband or sister a brother or tone a
father know and be consoled that even here
tit, hand of meroy Is watchful, and belter u.io
Is bestowed upoli your loved one than might at
first ssem possible. It waa In the hospllsl
where rested the gallant Hooker, that I learned
the history of those mytbloul words so often
seen and so little understood, "S. T. 1860 X "
4 ny thing alleviating the sufferings and saving
the lives cfoor soldiers Is a national blessing.
I witnessed some astonishing results from this
article.
' It la well known the effect of burnt gunpow
der and eioltemeut Is thirst, which, added to
the loss ot blood Jn the wounded, creates the
nocoeelty of a reviving stimulant. In thla par
ticular hospital, the physicians were allowing
their patients tu drink Plantation Bitters, other
wise oalled 8. T.-18C0-X, and although the
wounded are most numerous hare thla dlvjs
lou having opened tho tgbl at 6 la th. morning
the men were mostly composed, and there waa
but very little fainting. Tbe article acta upon
ihe eiouncb, and nerves in a moat Incompre
hensible manner, Superior to brandy, and with
out subsequent atuplfylng reaction. It origi
nated In the West Indies, containing callsaya
bark, winter green, lavender, anise, clove
buda, orange, enake root, Ac, preserved In St.
Croix Rum the 8. T, 1800 X being aeecret
Ingredient, not yet revealed to tbe public It
le principally reoonimended for want of appe
tite, disordered llrer, Intermittent fevers, ttoni
nohlo dllHoultles, 4c. I understand it was
8 -tnenbat known In the Boutheru Slates pretl
ous to the war, and it appears an agent of Jef
ferson Davis recently applied to th. proprie
ty rs for the privilege to make It for hospital
purposee during tbe war, to whloh they made
the following reply :
Nxw Yonx, Jan. ID, 1861.
Mr. .
tjil of, elo :
Dear Sir, In reply to your 'ommunloatinn,
offering ue "Filly thousand dollars for the re
cipe and right to taake the Plantation Blttera
for hospital purposes during tbe war," we beg
to say your price Is a liberal one, considering
it would coal us, nothing to comply, and th.t
otherwise we can derive no revenue from the
Southern States) but, sir, our duties to our
Government and our Ideaa of consistency would
not allow ua to entertain It. although it might
please us to assuage the sufferings ofynur mis
guided followers.
We remain,
Very respectfully yours,
P. II. Dun A Co.
These gentlemen give tbe history of certain
Ingredients oMhelr artlole for over two hun
dred years-showing that through all changes
of the medical profession Rod Its practitioners,
strength, composure aud cheerfulness have
been derived from these eources. Mr, Woods
In tbe Waabinglon Hospitals Informed me that
he had been unable to produce an hour's sleep
In one patient for nearly two weoks, and be
waa fast sinking and craiy, until the Plantation
Bitten oame to bis knowledge, when one day's
trial gave him a night's rest and he waa non
fast recovering. I am surprised our Govern
ment has not equalled Jefferson Davis In energy,
and adopted this Invaluable article In ll our
hospitals. As a lay member, I can bear wltneaa
tl la "good to take," and affords more energy
ana me man auyinmg i nav. ever tried. Huo
oesa to tbe Plantation Bitters.
But, I bave digressed. In my next I shall
epeak of gathering In the wounded, buryleg
the dead, 4c D.
aept 33-eo-Ut
QKQ 0 BTBBET. bitwitn Foar aad-a half aad
OUO Slatb, cvar Fleialag k Foy'a stable, owaed
an altachtd to ttts 'KlmDMU IIoum " Koom.np.
aratt er a tuitea, (ao gtiuftoni otked,) oa Isnae that
oanoot fall rental. oct le a..
BCmttiinr
kail II 'If ' " -" J.
,aJBaauevraaBgaae
TxinV
AND' i
HARNESS MANUFACTORY,
499 BeTeatk Street,
Opn.elte Odd V.I lows' Hall,
WASHINGTON, D. a
I nauettttan ef the Met aaatettal, aad bave mi
steady on haad, a large ail varied eeeoctsaaat f
Military aad CrUatas1 Baddies,
Bridles,
B reset Collars,
I.ltia41e Cloths,
.sabradisf,
ratsat Fm4 aad Water Baskets," '.
Bpirs,
Oaotts' IiavHsaeas,
OSeeis' riae Bwerd Belle,
DVHTrlausiaft.aad
Fl'iaolaisCates.
I'HUNKS,
BOI.K I.EAIIIBB,
IBON FRAMK,
DRESS, aad
WOOD BOX THONKS
Val.lBES,
. TBAVELINO BIGS,
tURNKSS, Ao
KBPA1HINO.
As I uauefeotars Traeks exUiidvely; aad neoes
tarUy havs all kinds of Traak Material, I aa battel
prepared to repair Trunks, As , thoroaf My aad
promptly, thaa aay othsr establtahaMat la lbs elrv
oot 14-3ml JAMES B. TOm AM
20
as
k-A.
9
a
MUM OROOKBIBI,
KIWF- GBOCFRIF.B,
FINK 0B0CBRIE8,
FINE GIlOCKglhS,
AT At'CTION FBICF.S,
AT AUCTION PRICKS,
AT AUCTION PRIGF.4.
Tbe balance of th, cargo of tbe
6CI100Ni.il "AID,"
Ccntl.tlog of svsry dcscrlptloa of
FINE
FAMILY
GltOLl.ltlK.8,
Wltl bs for (si. uulil tb. Schoan.r Is dltchsrgfd
FAUILIK.
Id used ol a H Ulrr Supply, el th.
IKAPF. PHIOK,
Can be eupplltd by the Psokage.
FIIKD. B COJZk-Nfl,
Ccnslgnss, cor. UtU sti.el and Finn av,
CAPT UUrOHINGS,
8choour "Aid," foot i,l Uth itr.tt
00 11-dlltf
TINIC OHUCBHIKII.
FINK GKOCKRItS,
FINrt GROCKKIKS,
FINK QKOCf.lilKS,
AT AUCTION PKICK3
AT AUCTION l'UICF.3,
AT AUCTION PR1C1S.
Tha balsno. of lbs cargo of tha
SCHOONER "AID,"
CooilitlDgol emy duerlptlon of
fink
FAMILY
OUOCKBIEB,
Will ta for sal. until the Bahtocsr U Jl.cturxcd
FAMIL'F.3
Io attdcf a Wlnttr Sapply, at tha
TRADE PRICE,
Can bs supplied by tbe P.oksge.
FBF.D. S. CCiit.US,
Coa.lgaca,ccr. Utbiirca and Paon. avs.
CAPT. nUlCUlNOM,
Sokqprar "AI I," fool of tllh trt.
oc ll-dlltr
r. lTishblatt,
ur No. .IH, earner of Klghtta nnd K ele ,
Oppcpe the Otm r Jl Post OfflM,
Can be consulted as RREUMAUC AFFEC
TIUNS, CONSUMPTION, I.IVF.lt 0 0 at
PLAIN N, CHRONIC AFFECTIONtf.al wallai
all DtMieetof Imprttdaaoa,tf wbauv.r charscl.r,
aed whieb may be deelarad inoursbls by other phy
tlolaos. Ha enxsfts to make an liamsdlsts ear..
From his lsox thy prtotlM In lb. iciane. of mc dt
clDa,ho Uaeablad to offer hlmialf to the ubllo a,
btlsfr tha only ope la Washington capable ol aObr
ing ipatdy ratlaf All oases onrabla will be guaran
tied. He warrant a cure without the use ef rear
oury or aay other deBaevois medians Recast oaiee
ouied In two or tbre. daya
N 11 LattetasddrerRdloDr F.,atbllcluoelNo.
HI, corner ol Eighth and E streets, cppwite (Jen
eral Post Ottilia, will rtotrve lesmeeut. aiiuetlos,
oet a-jl
ESTHAV. Came totbaiirml.ol thaiubaorl
ber, about a weak ago, TUUBF. CjWB-ooe
colored oua, with wblu spota; one brloille, wllb
whi apots sad ootb bind la-t wblts, ao4 the other
rid. Tha owner or ownire wl'l plaaea cuaie lo ward,
prove proterty pay charges, and lke tr,a a away.
'.'' o'w CROCKER,
Fourteenth .treet road,
on U 3f near Plnay Breech.
Pr
aBaVJBfBKSL0' ' t-eeue
J exfXfXfXfxaanxfXfXfXfXfxaxfjeefi.T
i-
" i s
rs da,"
3- ?
1 11
! I
s 8J
Iamusbments.'
' WASHINGTON .THEATRE,
ct, leT.attn. and O metis.
aaal Manger.. UBMBT C. JABHKTT,
Tenth aad last aliht kit Iwa of Mr.
afobas. IB. O.-vtT-exiaa.
a oan av. oicc
GREAT COMEDIAN OP THE AOE,
Who will this avtalag appeer la
TWO OF Hit MOIT eOfULAR ASSUMPTIONS.
OWENS M JOSHUA nUTTEBBY
.AjBnVwAV!.V.TSISUSS8!'
MIH ANNIE WILES.
MR.J.L.BARBETT. -H r.SaTT,
MR..J. W. ALBAUOB,
All appear lo-algbt
Tkls(Tliaaedaw)atTeiaej,ec.berlS,tae,
Wl I te preaeated Teas Taylor's osttbreteT
Ceweyof
The Victims.
Mr. JOSHUA BUTTERBY....Mr J. E OWANS
Mrs FltsMibert Mia Eau Deals
The eaUrtalaaxat will eoaetade with Ihe dismeof
XoVtort -BtZjo.lxo.
Jsqass Strop. , Jo'B K.Cwe-s
Robert Mse.lre..... ,Mr. A. ll.Pavsniori
TO MOBROW (Fnds) Baeelt it Mr.
TolAXX l-sOysyo o m
la praparalfofl
A NEW NATIONAL PLAY
of lateiaa lalaraat, fjaa-ad oa events Immediate);
Donawiwi wnn laap eaaai raoauion Tne pisy will
be iboitly prcdaed, with aa eoeaery, mhiat l
SLddlorsBloffeets,epp-optlateeottBBeas, ao , fte
admTssion.
Drape Cirala and Pamnette sah).
OreheitraCham Meanti.
ranerre vsosms.
Private Boxes el
Boa ofooe opea Iroea t a. ra to s p at.
Seelaeaa be eaearel dally frosa ft a m. till S p. sa
Door open at T o'sloefe, eomseaoe at 7 o'olacx
oet la
GROVER'S THEATRE.
PeniuvIvantVi A ti.ut, near WUlitnU' HnUl
Ptnn ulnaala wtiu, nenr Wil arils' IIMit.
7U11 iTHURbtU.') F.VEN1NG,
LAST NIGHT BUT TWO OK
MR. K. I,.
T A.-VJKlIT3t O 3H.a?.
aDA.-vjniwio.er.
LAST APPEABANIK BUT TWO
of
MISS ANNETTE INCE,
MISS ANNETTE INCE.
TOniOHT-TUE TWO OBEAT SUCCESSES
of Ihe eaisxesaeat.
Kaowles's S act Tragedy,
Jerro'd's Haatloel Drama
T. oosaaiaaca with the
"WIFE,
"WIFE.
E L USTtDDOft at Jullaafil Piatt
A Basils (ao as , Haifa.
Tocaeladsuhh
BLAOK-KYED SUSAN.
BLAOK-BTED fcTJSAN.
E L Davaanoit aa wintam
J,aua living.', u. Sseaa
TO-MOBBOW-FABEWELL BENEFIT OF
MR. DAVENPORT.
MONDAY NEXT, OCTOBER to,
Bstara of tbe Floreneee.
Mr. It, Mrs. J. W. Florence,
FOM SIX HIOBTM OKLTI
PBI0E8 OP ADMISSION.
Priest. Boxec, : Dreae Circle, to cents- Orabse
Oallery, si eeata; Golorad Panerre, so eeata.
Door, opea at 7)fo'oleck Comedy commaaeea at
o'olook. oot is
IVIXOPi'S
Oremorne ftarden Circus!
rromtbtCrsmoixsOardiis.ths Pa'aoa of Uilc,
and hqutstilsn Sobool, Ksw York, alilopaa
F03 A LIMITED BEASON,
On Thursday Rveniog, October 1(1, 18f,2,
altf a
FULL KQORarBIAN COMPANY,
sttd lbs opulsr
BPANIBU UALM.T ThOUPK.
in Location is the oest in tub Uetrofoms,
Fcnnay Ivanls. At ftstd vantU stistt.
TBK MAaMMCENT PORTABLE 1KMPLK.
CotopjMi 01 wood and uaarssi, U lbs taint mad io
ms Crtuiw.M utwatiu.Ntw York, wbsrs lis con.
strnetioawii dsciuad a iu ctM. Ialailorlr It nrt
nts a ploaalor apptaranct, cutlrtt) diiTrt-Dt from
us ODjocuonaDM icon uaatr wdiou ioa firoikarj
troltlog b)wita aic fore'atogiTetlbflrrnUrtata
meals Td Cramcms Clr.ua nutQUM cc ovai
St.wo ana It nan ! iraysad to eumblD fci.K
UAftCKAMHJOHFOltT. 60MKFIVK HUiNDUKDACMCUAIHS
ffrs Isktn from Ibt Crcmoin Gsrdn.la oidr to
aooommoiats tb vnMto 1 1 Wasbugtoa
Sjaooldytvl Notloo.
RfUitmbtr! Nlxon't Creuorne Circus d Dot
open until Thuridiy AJglit, Oct. IG.
IdOok out for the htriped Canopy!
BEHOLD THK II AM HOT II BILL BOA BUS!
Tbs BorMi, Pool s, MuUn.sDd other Animals bars
man siifouu i aprciy tor law ctiDitt,uwLt
THK PABaThV.UNALIA,
Urtutt. Itunucrs. Uso lotrr. AuDOlmuisnU. A3.
no ,ar NKW and of tbs tam ixsty tnsunal a
tbtjk used loib New Yotk Cramori, Usratn. Ha
isttia Itoou rtifar. ana ainjv u ytl Llroui,
vvbtnUr J.tibe.M H xoui.simitrtlihi uiauantnia-Ll
ut iboMO(l.bratJitta)UbiLe;ntti
Thursday hvtnluu, Uctubar laib.
Tbs Jollo liif atUt will appear
DOC TOE JAMKS I TUAEK,
Clownunorlstasil ConsoUn.
WM. CONHAD,
Tbs Btnoaoed Orotatqus and Acrobat
ULLK ADGUST1NE,
Tb fairy splits of lbs Arens, (htr ttrt apptaiancs
111 Ja.iusj.vei l
Id 189 MARY CAUHOLL,
Tbs most iratMtnl and obstmlaf (tbouU mcdt)
you of ituy wu n art r Baru ma araaa as a
SSHIATION K4VSSTBUMSB.
MR II. WHITBY. UR. II, NICHOLS,
TnECONUADBROTHKitS,
MR, 0 CARROLL, MR. C DLVEUP.,
MR Wll. 1SAY1.0K, MR 0 MADIUAK,
MAbT WILLIE, and 8 WEBB
OR JAMKS L. TIIAYKU
wll introduce Uw
WllITK AND BLAOIC MUI.liiM;
Tbs finest pair of bybrlJ eitr eJucaUd
The Hpaulsh nallet Troupe,
oontlitlag of
Mluc Clkuentink, Uittd Atmer,
Ul.LK UTBKR3, . Ul9S SyLVMTKR,
Miaa Prick, auJ Miss Uikivk,
Will sipsr In tbs great Psutomlme ot
IE I IrX - XiC A. I
oa,
Tba Vlrlnltudea ofan JKrunaut
a-Tbs Dubllo will cleats bvar in mind tbit thl
Ii tb only esrablUbment U.st bss tbs rlfbt to b
snaottLced aa
NIXON'S CBEMORNE GARDEN riBftTS
fUICFS Of ADU1S810N
DrsiClrols tuoeats
B.leiav Chalia r... . tl
BoclaiUkaie i "
No ball pileeto ihe Boclal Itaage,
voon opea at 7 o'oi.us rar oraaaooa win com-
msaosat ro'sluck.
GRAND MATINKrToN SATURDAY,
oot IS AT TITO O CLOCK.
AMUSEMENTS.'
FORD'S NEW THEATRE,
Team .treat, sear ah. Avaaae,
T.alti atraet, near tb. Aveaae,.
wi.A8TNiouruirrTwo-vi
Ol tee Jojvee joaa Aetrtai,
Mliss JMCaffffie Mitchell,
....YIaS rtlliAat IlramatUiflmlaibee '
CR0WI)aUfllTUEATHKI0OVKKKI.OWINO
111 'a (Theirad.y) SLTaalKC (let. la.
, vTlll OKAND MIUlAkTBAHA
VTIII ce iiroeeeed, after tver p erarattoa.wlth all
Ha Besatlral aeeaerr aad i Hecu, lateniiamd
velik asaele aad raareaes, entitled
VClxo '7'l.'e7jaxidlai-e.
Usile Mlea Msle Hltobsll
Tbl, real; fnteiialaluf aud baaallfal drsaaa at
rrao'iva al all llmee. bat mer. nertlealarlv at las
Sreseatosr,owlot,ls (I.t, ehara tars, aad leil
aat bclae ol eoiiii.r i..d --'- " h. nnt.
Mated la tie beaaauae.1 atvle .1 Hie drasaalie art.
AI.t, THE STAK COMPANl' IN THE OaSl".
e9f-A a llltarr rearell and eaerolaa.-a
UV le IlKAUlULI. YOUNO LAblES.
.eweooj-"l)iHt..Mt, the Lovei'a rikae"
Bllai Mitchell
ToMnelademtatbe
WANDERING BOYS.
,".! ((wlthUu.tl Mies Meule Nltshell
Jattls, ;iwnuaei) BU it .,,,
To-morrow eljhi.UUeallTCIIELI.'ScTSodbeaitt
PHICK8 Ot AUUIB8ION:
Drees Circle aad Parqoette, m eeata; Orebe tie
Seats, It eeata; retail? Circle, It eeaU; Private
davNo eatra eaarae for reserved seats
Doors oeen qaarter 7Hl Overlare at t, Cartala
rue. ax- cot IS
AMERICAN MUSEUM,
CIRCUS,
AND
MAMMOTH AMPHITHEATRE.
ur7!
Louisiana Avenoe and Tenth ataeet-
j.oBiuaaa Avenue ana xemn BUNt,
Louisiana Avenue and Tenth f treat.
TENTH STR.EET,
Near Pennsylvania Avenae.
Oreat Exhibitions
O U M I N K D .
Krom the following well anoan atabll,baiiats cf
EUROf-E AND AUEItlCA
Barnaaa's Nsw York ilaienm.
lijetoe Acaarl.1 Uard.ne.
....in, .-. -''Kc,slAin1hllbestis.
, aid
N.a:ou's Cunoroe GsrJaaa.
T. B A R N U M
AND
COMMODORE NUTT,
COMMODORE NUTT,
COMMODORE NUT1,
PIGMY OF HUMANITY,
who has been eoiaffl at sue en lanaeaaa tleure
tbat be has obtauad the unlverMl acubriqu.t
aao.ooo Nixtt.
Alae.tba ir at 8BRIUP Or lll'lIANtlt ,1ba
HSBjua) UW1II VI W.U VUV
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN CONNNEITX,
OKN. TOM THIJM11.
UKN. TQM THliMM.
THIS AFTERNOON AND NIOHT,
OLD ADAVa'CALIFORNIA
PtrformluK Bun,
Performlnff Bears,
Prrformlne Bears,
jav Twslve eilucetail eoinwle,
LetlVni who Hill iarfoiui ton., of the
aZaaaaaeaM UOil m,!),,!,!, ,uj rotM(iue
aAlSHVK leata
HV TUN CHEAT
QeliBaK
Largest Carniverous Animal
IN THK WORLD,
Tbs faraoaa
Grizzly Bear Samsou,
e r K R r
Attoruooii uMxtX XJiajlit-
ALSO THE WONOEBeUI.
The Alliino Fmully,
The Alblwi Family,
l-slber, Mother, and
Hod, ell villi loue;,
VI hill, Hit i-ii. Hair,
ribk hyie, aid otber
iccullarf.aluree,
KVERY AFTERNOON AND Nlfilll',
TOGKTHUt Vliril
TUK (allKAT AMUHIIAN (IIIIHH
AND EQUESTRIAN SCHOOL.
Tba entire Qrmnaitlc, Equestrian, and Acrobatlo
Company, with Eighty Uoreel
J. IIEYNOLD),
DAN OAUDNhK,
QKO DKB10C8. it. IIF.MMINUS
WM KINCADK,
tlEO. HILL
at'LLK BFLOUIN HHFdV,
Lllfl IllUllMUn
reu.em imnuttrni
U'LLK CAMILLK,
AnJ laat.thoasb not least,
LOUIHK TOL'RNIARK,
Iroin
Nixon's Oremorue Garden,
tVlll appear
K)H A KK.W UAVH,
pmr
Aftoruoou darxcl. XCltAllt'
3XT
c
SIOU,
THK COMIC MtlLF.R
THK COMIC MULES
THh COMIC UIH.Kel,
KVKttY AFTF.IINOON AND NII1IIT,
ftra B,uf I'aiad
teulia tttieat and Lualalaeaa Avaaua,
Team airscl and l,oalslaaa Aveaae,
Taalh (tract aad Lontelaaa Avenae.
oot 13
SjBa-ajvS
Mill I 7aBH
M
AMUHBMBNTS."
m j(JXdVtJ.JbXCJ "-wt
OLYMPIC
MUSIC HALL
MUSIC HALL, ,
, S11K Of' THK OTMNAJIDir,
DITrt OK TDK OYtHIASIOM,
Cbrnrr Jfinlh srrrtl and Xonlsknwr Aamtt,
Owner of A'lwA that 01 d Louisiana Avtrm,
Vomtr 4 f h'iiiih tlrttl at d Louisiana Annus,
M.ai-P.aai. Av. aad Market Ittn,
N.air faaaa. A, aad Mark.i Bpare.
Ballet t Ubee..
LowQtvloid...,
i.Lstraes Sad aTaaaaats.
State alaaagar.
tLATIKBIBO aau'cNEQUALEO BUCCUS
FLAITKItINO aao CNAQUALiCO S0COSS4.
Thla new, eeatially located, aad reahloeatlc Ball
was
OBOWbKIl TO EXCESS
,0 JtOW UtU TO KXOEbS
Oa Ihe OiCsilonol Its Inavgaretloa oa Satarday
eveataf (est, aad If we te allowed
to Jed(e trees the
APrXAUIE OSANTIO EVCRY MRrOSalER,
APPLSUtt ORANTtD EVERY f ERPOIfillrl,
We woa'd stale without heelutlca that we be-
Ueve lu
FOPOLABITY UNQOESTIONABLT ESTAB
LISHED. We are deteiealaad at tbe rnoel fabaloae risks to
famish the
BUT KMTEBTA1NMENT IN WAsHINOTON
oyeeeertaf the
HOST ABLE ABT1ST3 IN AMEKiOA,
And sapToylag an at eat t. eeoare all
rilf, MOST FOr-DLAB EUBOrBAN BTABI.
With a bleeh of asdlesl (tkl. ana
INMATB 8ENIE Or PBE-EMINENCft
Ws laaptcttnlly cell atuntlea to tbe followraf
Llhl'OFDlSIINOUISUED FItOKE8810NAUS
Comtnenolng with ths worihlpxed of Assssloa'a
eons.
TnE BEAUTIFUL AHEBIOAN CANTATRIOEI
FANNY FOHHB8T,
FANNY FORH13BT,
FANNY KOUHEST,
(Iflea styled the
F.NCUANIMU kUFEaS OF TUE I VB10
niim.li
JULIA? UASIlLTONt
JUhia uaaiLiuniBi cap ivetlag dauasaae.
JUUA UAM1LTUN)
Thebeaillfulcbaiaoter JfauSi SSSStST,
Wlih bar favorlia So Mob melody
"WHISTLE AN' I'LL CAM TA YE, MA LAU-
i DIB,"
EMMA UABDNEBI Tha aCKXnplLhed TeriU
EMUa UABOMEKf ehortaae
The Yenkea commedlenae AMELIA WELLS
KATE IIAMil.lON ..... Tnelematellf daaeer
Contraband dallneattr ..CUABLKY OABPNAB
TOM VANCE Otulaal oomui aoaallat
Tne great barjcl t . ..JIHM1 CLABh.
tianiti luuaaun ... i na viaaeiog xna:
The nappe man LOW OAlLOala
BOB If ALL ..TLa aoealaalaaiar
BOUDL'Tl.nK Ureal eoaUeaeut
THE WALLACE BROTHEBt?,
The gisa'iat gymrwts la tha world
A FULL ETHIOPIAN COUFAnY I
A FULL PANTOHINK COMPANY I
A FULL BALLET COMPANY I
A COMPLETE CUOBUS TBOUfE
Tne pertorsaaaeea will conelals each evaatsg
OBAND SPF.CTAtl'LAR PANTOMIME,
by
BUTLEB'S LECNI PAKTOMIVE TROUPE
Djoia onea et T . comiaeare at t.
AdmUeaoa to pircarre aad gallery at eeata
amiaaua io wronaarra ooae ..awceau
octia
Canterbury Hall,
Canterbury Hall,
tBlstaaa Aveaae; saaar SUlk atMot,
lalelaaa seeaae, near aiatta Btaaas,
lwlaiaaa Aveawe, wear Blata atsecs,
la rear of lb. laatlaaral Hafel.
The Pioneer Concert Hall,
OF WASHINOION.
WEARhChOrt'DEDNlUUILl
irlth tLe
rlMnTQKNTLKUEN
ul lb
UOUNIBt,
to llue,s
IHE BF.St iNTKlllalNUENf KVEROFHuRID
IN YVAMIIMI10N.
B UtVE Mu SkCOND CLA'S PEBVOBME113.
NONE BUT TDK bKBl TALENT APPEAR AT
IDF. CAN1KBIIUKY.
VTe bare Latter llouiee,
H. piy UUb.rBklul;.
IValiavettia HielUiil,
r hair III Mi al BctHeJ Audience,
ol ai )' otber elmllar ta'abllehaeal to Weehlngloa
(jU.l (OHI'AIIY CON8I6TA Oh 1IIE FIB9T
AitTUis Bttour. lilt: I'UUI 10
Bicoitil weik il the beantltul
JULIA M0RT1MEH,
JULIA MORTJMER,
llrciw(Wie,rr nlbtlt wk w 1th ibandu of ap
ISBt
Ke-e Dpf uta. tvt ous wck toaraf th faeUiast-
lag 0,b,uuui tiiiu
TIUHT KOI'K UANHKIIHII.
MLLE. MARIE'lTA EAVEL.
'IHIil-ll'OsrriVKLY THE I AST WEEK
NV.W pAI.'fb' NKW FACt.SI
Kl etaa'atceet
iMshm .luliu Ohi'iHtine,
int. li:ai hi in. damjLUSs,
TVtlasae JfareAAAooass Xioroy,
TUE LOVhLi UiNSKUBK,
9I110. XalaotttVi
Tba Beat Female Jig Dancer "lo tha Weill,
U 188 KATE HARRISON,
Tha Waiblogtoa Faroil'e
UIS3 TILL Y FOKllKS.
Cacllbttad ittocrii ol tba lc ety and modeet Songs rail
MISS NELLIE TAYLOR.
MAMETTA RAYKt, n
aao
JULIA MORTIMER
Will appear every night thla weak In tba
GYPSY'S LAY,
GYPSY'S LAY,
GYPSY'S LAY,
GYPSY'S LAY.
Tbt, baautlf.nl eat draw en fal I ui at the Center-
biy laitieaaoalor I1II1KK alONUls, and llla
prunonnoad 10 be one uf thr awer foiarii.! aat eier
jJvfJ on (Ai afjr.
laet week ol
UE08UK R 1I.0I'I,
andbllTrelnal Vet
DOB UABT end LEW. SIMMONS
will be on band la new Ethiopian note
Willie Emerson, Vaster Johnny,
and
lUMSrAK COMPANY
Insnsutlisnswbill.
Ooonopea.ol,. Parfonaaaee.TVo'eloek Close al
11 o'clock
Admhklon, at eenu. Orebeatn Chatre, M seats
QHANU MATINKE3 EVEaY SATUBDAY,
FOR LADIES AND CDILDBEN.
ddmuiion fe .Voriiiea Ladles, so csats; ehtllrea. 10
oente e
oooraopsn et I o'clock, pariormaaoe al sxoaaeat.
Good order ittlotrf laelsialacd.
StafKool oct II

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