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( .A' i?VJ'JiLLIGENCE. Board or Aldbbmeb?The Board met at the usual hoar yesterday. The reading of the journal, except that por tion relative to the protest of Mr. Busey, and the protest itself, was dispensed with. Mr. Dove stated that the piotest contained a charge against tha Mayor, and moved that the whole matter be referred to a committae. The Chair decided tha motion oat of order at this time. Mr. Dove mored to expunge that part of tha journsl Mr Busey explained the manner in whieh he had filed the protest; he had given notice of his intention as the Board was about to ad journ at the last meeting He said he charged it upon the Mayor, in language not to be mil taken, that he appointed tha individual re ferred to (Mr. W. H Donohoo) in violation of his duty as Mayor, and in violation of the obligations he hu taken The Chair decided he could not entertain the motion in that form. Mr. Dove movad to strike out the protest on the ground that it was not respectful to the Mayor ; but he consented to refer the subject matter of the protest to a committee of ona from each Ward, with instructions to inquire into the statements contained therein. Messrs. Dove, Miller, Evans, Emery, Busey, Ruff and Pearaon, were appointed on this committee. A communication was received from tha Maj ror announcing his approval of recant aots ?f the councils. Also one enclosing the bank acoount of the Corporation ; referred to finance committee. Also ona encloeing the communication of R. Coyle, Esq , to the Commissioner of Publio Buildings in relation to the sewer on Judiciary Square ; referred to improvements committee. Mr Moore presented the petition of C. 0. Wall; referred to claims committae. Mr Raff presented the petition of Mr. Con nor ; referred. Mr. Pearson presentad the petition of C. Kemble ; referred to police committee Mr Busey, from the police committee, re ported back the registration bill with a recom mendation that this Board do concur in the first two amendments, and non-concur in the two last of tha Common Council; adopted. Mr. Pearson, from committee on claims, asked to be discharge! from the consideration of the petitions of Henry Olive, and J. P. Big ler, and reported a bill for the relief of Joseph JU petti Mr. Dove offered a resolution requesting the Common Council to return to this Board the petition of Cjrbin Baker ; pained Mr. Ruff, from the committee on public schools, asked to be discharged from the con sideration of the petition of the Northern Liberty Fire Company for the removal of the public senool from the engine house. AUo, the communication of the president of that company in relation to matters in controven-y between that company and the Secretary of fe!ie Board of Trustees of the public schools ; Bot discharged. Mr. Miller moved that the papers be re ferred back to that committee, with instruc tions t> leport the facts and tho best mode to pursu-j in reference thereto ; agreed to Mr. Moore, from committee on unfinished budines?, reported back a bill for relief of Robert Devereux ; referred to claims commit- ; tee. Mr. Busey, from the joint committee on tha Georgetown annexation subject, reported a bill to defray the expenses of the committee ; passed Mr Miller, from same cjmmittee, offered a resolution asking the Mayor for certain infor mation for the use of said committee; adopted. Mr. Bayly, from the improvements commit tee, reported a bill to complete the grading end gravelling of F street south, between Fvur-and a-half and Canul streets ; passed Council bill for repairs of G street south, between Tweifth and Thirteenth streets east, was passed A bill making appropriation for the support of the poor, aged, and infirm, for the year ending 30th June, 1866, was referred. A bill authorising the grading of G street, between New Jersey avenue and Tiber Creek, was referred. A bill for tha paving of a gutter, and a bill fur relief of Morris Holloran, were referred to improvements committae. Joint resolution requesting the Mayor to ask of R Coyle his system of grades for the Sev enth Ward, wa9 passed. Joint resolution for the meeting of the Boards to elect Trustees of Publio Schools in October next was passed. Mr. Busey offered areaolution forbidding the u*e if the Aldermen sjchamber by other bo dies than the Trustees of Public Schools, the Levy Court and the juries, to take effect from the 1st November; passed. Mr. Busey effered a resolution requesting the Mayor to obtain from the Chief of Police information relative to judgments obtained, returned, and on hand, by the officers prior to the inauguration of the Mayor ; passed Mr Pearson moved to take up the relief of W. G Deale; it was taken up, and on motion, the Board adjourned. 0.*? BriLorHQ Association Caosxn ?The board of directors and stockholders of the '? Washington Baildiag Association," met at Potomac hali,inthe Seventh Ward,on Monday evening 15th September inst Present. Jo seph Stephenson. President; John Van Res. wick, Treasurer ; Craven Ashford Secretary, and Directors James Frasier, Jr., Riohard Barnhcuse, David Fowble, Jesse Osgood, John H Griffith. John y Wilson, Joseph D. Ward and W illiam Ashdown; also a large proportion of the stockholders. The President called the meetiojr to order, and the Secretary read his report, in substance as follows : That every share of stock had been re deemed ; all debts due by the association Said, and there remained in the treasurer's aatls a surplus sufficient to divide to each share of stock, (held by those stockholders who bad taken loans and paid in their dues and interest to its close,) a fraction over two dollars and fifty cents. The secretary congratulated the stockhold ers upon the successful termination of the as sociate ,n, and thanked them for that kindnesi, courtesy, and forbearance which had univer ?slly been extended to hiin. He was happy to say that harmony and good order had inva riably characterized their proceedings, and that the stockholders had promptly and hon orably complied with their obligations. Out of one hundred and sixtj-seven stockholders at the organisation of the association in May, 134T, only nine (so far as he knew) had died ; and. what was remarkable, of all the proper ty pledged to the association for loans, aud located in different sections of the city, not one dollar s damage had been sustained by fire The secretary closed his remarks by tendering to the stockholders, individually, his best wi?hes for their future health and prosperity. John E Kendall. , then arose, and after a few remarks offered the fallowing resolu tions, which wero unanimously adopted : ti*?otved, 1 hat the thanks of the members of the Washington Building Association be and they are hereby tendered to its officers?the President, Treasurer, Secretary, Boards of bi rectors, and Trustees?for the long and ardu ous services ar.d the very satisfactory manner in which they have conducted its affairs from the commencement until its close. bittolved. That the balance in the treasury, after making the distribution to the members of the Association of their respective shares, as indie a ted by the report of the Secretary! together with such outstanding debts due the Society by tome of its members, to be collected by the Secretary, and after paying such bills as may be outstanding against the Associa tion, the balance be and is hereby appropria ted to bis use and benefit as a small testimo nial of regard for his long and faithful services. Ktsulved, That according to the terms of our 44 constitution," this association has ter minated and closed. Or?ab-Gbibi>bbb.?Our city has received an secession of those itinerant musicians, re cently, who left Baltimore as soon as they could after the assault by two of the frater nity on Col Turner and Mr Woollen; fear irg, probably, that their presence would not be welcome there after that stiletto demon stration, although they oould in Lo way be considered responsible for the bloody deed of the assassins. ? Wi a it i authorized to state that tke Francis J Gibson reported in the watch returns of the 20th inst , is not F J Gibson, bookbinder Church Impeovembwt ?The new building for the Weslay Chapel congregation, on the corner of F and Fifth street*, it reed y for the roof It is considerably larger than the old edifloe, and when completed will bo one of the prettiest churches in Washington, or else where We learn that the interior will be oonstruoted somewhat after the Banner ?f the lecture room of the Smithsonian Institntion having due regard to ventilation and aeons tics. This improvement will cost about fifteen thousand dollars, for which there are liberal subscriptions But to help in the matter there is to be a Sunday school exhibition and a concert by the ohoir, and already a large aumber of tickets have been sold for these en tertainments The ladies of the congrega tion, too, are not idle, and during the month of November they propose to hold^ a festival. Much can be accomplished by united efforts. Assault asd Battbet ? A stage driver aamed Fugitt was badly injured on Saturday evening in an encounter with another driver named T Thomas, who struck him on the head with a stone. He was knocked sense less and remained in that condition some time. Thomas was arrested by Police Officer Ross, and after trial, before Justice HolliDg?head, he was held to bail in $266 to appear at the December term of the Criminal Court. Pickpockets.?Last night, Mr. Brown, the proprietor cf the bowling saloon on D, near Eighth street, complained to Capt. Bageott th?t be had his pocket picked of sixty dollars in his own saloon. Ilia suspicions rested on a stranger who had been there during the evening Officers Watson, Cooper, and Reyn olds were deputed to aid him in his efforts to recover his money and arrest the thief. Rbvbhax ?Wm. Butler, it appears, had so j conducted himself as to excite the jealousy of William Fendall, both colored, and the conse quence was, the latter, on Sunday night, sought an opportunity and gratified his re venge by severely maiming him. The con. stable is in search of the wrong-doer. Bro Potato?Small Potato?A market man brought to our office, for inspection, this morning, a sweet potato, fifteen inches in length, and at the thickest part ten inches in circumference. The small part of the exhibi tion was that he took the vegetable away with bim, expecting us to mention his name as a successful grower of such mammoth edibles. Comb, why will you suffer all the ills of bed bugs, cockroaches, moths, ants, and every other species of insects when Lyoa's Magnetic Powder will surely rid your house of all push pestilence Fur sale at Shillington's B<jok selling and Stationery Establishment, Odeon Puildiog, corner Four-and-a-half street and Penn'a aveaue. T. V. Eets oh the Election ?We are informed that there is considerable betting upon the re sult of the election to-night at Odd Fellows1 Hall. Besides the privilege of voting for President, Wilson's beautiful exhibition can be witnessed, and all for 12} cents. The most Ludicrous and Laughable Carica tures cf all political parties, only 12i cents evh. For sale at Alex. Adamson's, Seventh street, opposite to the Post Office. * GEORGETOWN CORRESPONDENCE. Georgetown, Sept. 23 1356. We were not a little surprised yesterday, upon visiting what was once the old Mason's -foundry, to asceitain the extent of the im provements which have been made upon the premises in so abort a time, by Messrs. Berry, Waters & Humphries, in converting it into a distillery - Their outlay in making the neces sary arrangements has been very heavy, but competent judges have declared it to be de cidedly ono of the most perfect and well ar ranged establishments of the kind in the United States, not only in the construction of the buildings and general arrangement of the machinery, but the unequaled facilities for carrying on at a moderate expense, such an establishment. The engine and other ma chinery was constructed and arranged by Messrs Poole A. Hunt, of Baltimore The whole was set in motion for the first time yes terday, and every part worked admirably, to the entire satisfaction of the proprietors A few more days will perfect all their arrange ments, when they will commence regularly the manufacture of the ardent. They are also constructing upon the premises a mill for the purpose of grinding oorn, whioh will be of sufficient capacity to turn out some four hun dred bushels of meal per day. This they in tend to improve as soon as they get fully under way, so as to embrace the manufacture of flour, also. The whole establishment, when complete, will cost them some $25,0#0 to $30 000 It is really worthy of a visit from our citizens. Our citizens will be gratified to learn that Rev. Mr. Bocock, of Virginsa, in obedience to another call from the Bridge street congrega tion (Presbyterian,) has finally accepted, (the congregation over which he has heretofore presided consenting thereto.) and will, as 900n as he can properly arrange matters, come on and enter upon the duties of hii new field of labor. The corner-stone of a now African Metho dist mission church, located near the corner of Montgomery and Bell streets, was laid yester day afternoon with Masonic cercmonies, the Union Grand Lodge of Colored Masons offi ciating The flour market, this morning, is quiet; holders are asking $6 87J for good standard brands, but buyers do not appear very anx ious to operate to any extent at this price for shipping purposes Wheat is arriving tolera ble freely, and selling at $1 35atl 4U for red and f 1 40aSl 45 for white, of good qualities Large quantities of corn have been sold dur ing the last few days at 5tU62o Arrived?Schrs Atwater, Meara.New York, to F A A. H Dodge; Juliette, Baker, Boston, to Hartley A Bro ; Emily Ann, Henderson, Baltimore, to Amos Young; steamer Columbis, Harper, Baltimore, to Hyde A Davidson. SpECTATO*. IZT Head thia.?For all Bowel Dlseaues, Ch?> era, Diarrhea, Dy*pep*U, FLtoleacy, OoUatlpaUon, aud Ueoeral Debility, we kuow of nothing betur tiia-l Dr. Hoa teller'* Celebrated Stomach Bitter*. One wine gla-H taken three time* each day, befcre mea:*. will be a aure cure fur all the ?bove dlaeaaea, will remove all heav1net?a from the ?tomach, keep you free from coatlvene?a, aa*i?t digaetion, give a food appe'.ite, aud Imparl a bealtuy tone to tlie whole *y*tem. Every family ahould kre^ the e Bitter* on baud daring the aumnier aeaenn a* a family medicine. For aale by all principal dr*ggl*t? and dealer*generally. aepli-lw UT'DeUrath'e electric Oil Pain Is the irtm.Ji.ltur of death. Relieve the pain, aud yuu check the Prof. l>r. UbaTB'* Slti-ttit Oil la the uiarvel of thl* age, fur tbe following, (not everything:) Corn RlieasittUm -ifleu In a day; cure* Neuralgia, Tnoth arhe, S mlii? tee, curra Cramp In atimacb, & minute*, cures Borne, Brni.e*, Wourda, 1 to S day* ; cure* Piilua In Back, Breaat. 1 day; enre* Headache, 1 j uilnut-*, cure* Karaclie. 3in Neck, A<ce, 1 night; cure* Pllea, Swelled Olaud*. 10 day*; cure* Kelon*, Broken Urnaat, Halt K'leum, S t-> < 4aya; cure* t^nlnay, Palpitation, Plaurlay, 1 to 10 day*; cares A*th ai a, Palay, Uout, gryalpelaa, & to 20, cute* Hemorrhage, Scro fula, Abac, as, ? to IS daya Large bottlea ten tlmee cheapeat. SoM b? S 8. HANCB, |M Balttnore etreet, Baltimore; a?d STOTT k Oo. aud J. sOdWAItrZ, Waahltgtou. ae? l?-lw UWE.i. Batcheler'sHftlr Dye.?Gray BjJ. or Kuaty Hair dyed laatantly to a Beautiful aud Natu ral Brown or Black, without the leaat Injury te Hair or Hklu. FirTiu Mmu amo Dirt.oaa* bare been awarded to Wm. A. Balebeler alnce l?W, and over KO.OOO application* bar a Man made to the Ha r of hi* patioD* of hi* famoua Dye. Prejndlce agalnat Dying the Hair and Whlakers la unjnat, a* It would be *galn*t covering a bald head with a wig Wa. a. b* r> iiLoi'a Haik Dtb produce* a color not t* l<? dUtingalahed from nature, and la waaaaaTao hot to lnjnra la Ik* ieaat, bo waver long it may be continued. Sold In all cltle* and towna of the Culled State*, by DrOf glet? and Fancy Oooda Dealer*. The Genuine baa the aame and addreaa npon t ateel pl?t? engraving, on four aldea of each bottle, of WILLIAM A. UAlCHKLOIt, U1 Broadway, New York. t,r CHAS> ttT0TT. Pauuaylvanla avantu. in^tfever and agae cared wit bent aalag Quinine, Araeolc, Mercury, Opium, or any cf tha polaoiiou* drug*, or ilaujarot* conapoui?J ?, geaarally reaorted to by " f "m th<a long d-awn, tnoa; afflicting, and annoying or ail ataeaaaa. by reaortlng to Carler'e Hnaulah m*turet whtrhc, in tain* lima n tiie above daleterloma *ubetaucea, but e,>,,y ,* ,ull? by actlug ape -Ideally on the Liver th*i eapelllcg tbe reuialu* of oLLu.rtl^^rll^r.7 *y*'?ui has been clogged, opening ??r* P?rM ?f the body, and allowtnga iture U? a**l*t Ir^tia. ,'re*k,," U9 "" ???> recuperating 1U an Sae the cor* of Mr. John Longdoo, of Va ; ba had (lied aud clirontc Ague and fever; chill* twice a day f.?r three vear? Notutng parmaneatly cured him, until he tried farter * *P-ntafe Mixture; three bntUa of .ulrh reared him U, haaUh; .or ha. he bad a chill alnoa He la Jl^ oni ont of a tb iu land whp haa evperlen-ed the life renewing ef ecta of 11.1a * alaatle pu Iter of tbe blood. a?p 1 lm (J^Cltrnte ef Magoeala, aa agreeable rafrlgaranl and lax i .lea, now asteual valy a*ed on the coqtl a en la of a.iropa an. America, mannfe. tared dally, hoda r.juntalo?, .?f a new and highly approved cenatrnctlon. A Choice lot of Havaua Olgara. with a fall aupply of tna Per* fntnery. Hair Braahaa, Comb*, Shaving BruaUea, aud Toilet OooJ* generally. Ju*t received, of direct Importation, at DILUAVS Maw Drug MVira, |ja Penneylvanla avenna. >e a-ir rrr> ('??!?, Pmi?i "i v?it?, Dress Suits, Busiutss Suits NOAH WALICES k CO., Hauli Hall Olotkiis R*ro mir* Br?trni' Hotel Rel'llng, respectfully hmiici that display of FALL A WD WIHTBB CLOTHtNO la new ready f,,r iuspecUon, comprising u aesortiueut of Q*WTLB?> VoOTu' OMfni* of ?m nsw*?t *nd rleb sst dsetgne. In material, trimming, aod workmanship. To tboss who atady ?zcellanM, with eoononij la rashlonable w tlolM of <lrees, ?o opportunity li now offered for eelectlnj from one or the moat attractive stock of goods In this city, at rmrj redmoed prloes ap *? U (^AiUiliklaf C?re with caly lie TU.-io*. B Hall * Co., says: PaaaQua laLi, Ar.-ontook Co., Ma , April 34, ISM. " We herewith send you a certificate of a cure performed by the nee ofoaly on* bottle of the German Bitters; we think Mr. Clark to be a aaa of veracity, and have ao doubt of the troth of hla story." Messrs. Joe. B. Hall k Oo ?Gentlemen?In answer to yonr luqnlrtee, I will state that my daughter, age<1 about 16 years, baa besa complaining of a |a'n In her side for six or sereu y?\ra, a*d about the first of January last, was taken dowu and roaQapd to her bad. The pala in ber side was very se vere, besides being trouble*' with pains between ber shoulders aad in her breast. From reading a number of curee per formed by "Hooflanrt's Qrrman Bitters," I was Induced to try It In her caae, and sent to ytir store and purchased one bettle. She had taken It bat a few days when she began to Improve, and aow, after taking ouly oae bottle,she Is enjoy ing better health than abe baa for years. She feels no ps#n la her aide or lu any part of ber body, aud attributes her care entirely to the Oermaa Bitters. Salmon Breok, Aroostook Co., Me. WM CLARK See ad veiiteaaent. Sep 7 U7" lMH't?t U the Ladias!?Dr. Dn POHCO'S FKMALK PILLS.?The combination of Ingredl ents In the Pills are perfectly harmless. Their efficacy and merits are baeed upon an extensive practice of over thirty years; aad, where the dlrectlnna have been strictly fol lowed, they have never felled to correct all Irregularities, relieve palatal and difficult menstruation, (particularly,) at the change of life. They will cnre the Whltee, and remove all obstructions arising from cold, exposure or any causes; and aay be need successfully as a Preventive. 0*11 upon tie agent, and get a Circular for particulars free. Price $1 per box, with fall directions. Sold wholesale and retail by OH AS. STOTT, Druggist, Pennsylvania avenue, SAMUEL B. WAITS, SW Seventh etreet, Washington. D. C.; and R. S. T. CISSRL, Georgetown; to whom all orders uust be seat, and the Pills will be eent confidentially, by mall, to ladles who enclose them one dollar. N. B.?See signature on the box; to counterfeit It Is for gery. je S-tf MARRIED. In this city, on the 2)tb Instant, by Very Her. Chas. Henry Stonestreet, 8 J , ct Georgetown College, Dr. ALHHONSO S. 8EMMES, of Can ton, Miss , to SAB1NA, daugher of the late Raphael Renames, Esq , of Georgetown. For Sale and Rent. For rent?a two-?tory brick Dwelling on Capitol Hill, corner of East Capitol and *d street ea*t, containing 6 rooms, attl -, and kitchen ;att4ohed. with word house and otter buildings. To a careful lenant the rent will be moderate. For terms inquire at No 4* on the premises^ se XI-51* Farm for sale ?i offer for sale my farm near Beltsville, Maryland, on tie Baitimrre and Washington railroad within five minutes' walk of that depot and twelve miles fr~m Washington It contains about two hun dred acrrs, (thirty in timber;) house nearly new, substantial v and conveniently built, twelve rcoms, passage, and two porches, with all necessary out h uses, a pump of line water, snd orchards of well-selected fruit. One hundred acres (forming nearly a square, with the buildings amidsh ps) wlil be sold separately, if desired. The place Is Serfectly healthy, productive, well-watered, a'd tvldel into eight tields Churches ct a'most every denomination convenient, varying in dl? Unce from one to Ave mllos, and a public school adlolning the land It will b* sold a great bar gain, as s am determined to s*dl at once. If not sold before, (of which due notice will be given,) It will positively t>?sold at public auction on WEDNESDAY, the 15th of October at noon For terms inquire on tbe premises of Fred Hun ter, who is authorlitd to sell, aud will tike plea suie In showing It. se23-Iw THOS. T. HUNTER. For rent two medium~sized Houses on Maryland avenue, between Gth and 7th stree's Rent moderate to good tenants. For particulars Inquire of T. GALL1GAN A CO , under Browns' Hotel, or to Mr BRAY, No 232 4^ street, island. se 19 For sale ?a lot on the corner of G and 21st streets, 60 feet 9 Inches by 128 feet 9 inches deep. This Is cne of the best loca tions and neighborhoods In tbe city, being di rectly opposite the elegant residence of Lieut. Woodbuli, U S. Navy, and in a rapidly improv ing neighborhood. 11 offers a rare chance to per sons who wish to purcha?e Enquire of WM WALL, at Wall a Stephens's, No 322 Penn avenue, between fth and 10th streets se 17-'iw Rooms for rent -two roomsover my store suitable for an olllce of almost any kind, will l>e rented low to a permanent tenant. Possession given Immediately. L F CLARK, north aide, Penn. avenue, between 12th and 13:h btre ta ael"-tf For rent.-furnished or unfurn ed, a house situated on the north tide of Fenn avenue, in the central part of the city, containing in all fifteen rooms, wnlch are comfortably furn ished ; gas fixtures through the bou?e Will be rented to a careful and responsible tenant if ap plied for soon; or tbe rooms wi'l l>e rented sep arately. Board can be obtained in the Immediate neighborhood A servant will be left to attend, and take charge of the room, If required Apply at this oMce. se 10-lm FO R S A L E?A CONVENIENT SMALL House, on 10th street, only two or three doors from Pa avenue. Its central location renders 1t a very desirable dwelling for persons engaged In business. The fror.t room might be u?ed as a Show room for a Millinery, or fitted up for a La dles' Shoe Store, or Fancy Trimming Store Its proximity to the avenue would make It a good stand for any neat uuslaes?. Apply to W. LEN OX, or at Mrs. Lenox's, on E, between 10th and 11th streets. au 27-tf FOR RENT?DWELLING HOUSE, NO 33i, Pennsylvania avenue north side between 9th and U'th streets Oae of tbe best locations In tbeclty. Immediatepassesslongivea. Apply to GEO H B WHITE A CO., on tha premises,or to CHARLES H LANE, Gent's Furnishing Store, 424 Penn. avenue. au 2 FOR RENT?SEVERAL HANDSOME Par lors and Chambers, with board. Also, table and transient board Inquire at Mrs SMITH'S, 233 F street pov27?tf For sale ?a tract of land, con talnlng about 45 acres, on the Heights of Georgetown, being a part of the Valley Vl;-w Farm, the residence of the late John H King, deceased. This Is one of the most desirable sites In the District for a fine private residence; aboul 20 acres of this tract is a beautiful grove of tim ber, the balance cleared and In a hlgn state of cul tivation. The summit of this tract Is from 350 to 400 feet, above tide water, and has a fine view of Washington, Georgetown, and tbe adjacent val ley of the Pctomae. it will be soltf entire or In lots Also, a largo Frame Dwelling-house and Lot on the corner of Fifth and 11 streets west, Wash ington city. Apply at Valley Vlew Farm, or to l)r. H. King, No bu ProspectBtreet, Georgetown, D. C. jelfc-tf [Intel] K. J. KING. For rent ?three furnished room*, with or without board, upon moderate terms, suitable for 3 or 4 single gentlemen, at No. 297 F sireet, between 12th and 13th strep's, or tbe entire house, containing 11 rooms, to a good tenant, if immediate application be made, fe 5-2aw3wTu,F FOR SALE OR RENT?THE TWO NEW tbree-itorv Houses with back building and cellar, on 12th street, the first square south of Penn. avenue, Is offered for sale or rent Tbey con'aln ten rooms each Inquire of J W BAR KER, on H street, next to tbe Lutheran church, between 11th and 12th street. au 1-eotf For sale or exchange for city PROPERTY ?A very handsome Farm above Fairfax Court Houne. Virginia, convenient to the Orange and Aleiandria, and the Manages Gap Railroads, containing 200 acres, about HO acres of which is in very fine timber. Tbe whole U well watered, well fenced, and wall improved A portion <>f It is fine meadow land, the remain der is well adapted to wheat, corn, Ac. For terms, apply to W A HARRIS, No 510 L, near 10th street, Washington, or A. moss, Esq., Fairfax Court House se 16-e(0t? FOR RENT?a furnished COUNTRY Dwelling, with lajvn. orchard, gardea, and stables?5 rooms on first fioor?hotandcoldbatbs, blghlv romantic and healthy situation. 8 miles from Washington, In Prince George's, Md Re fer to Sweeny, Rlttenhouse, Fant A Co , and Ed itor of the Star. Possession given at any time afj ter the 15th October. &u25 1m T Acl EVENING COMMERCIAL AND MATHEMATICAL INSTITUTE. MO MEET A NECESSITY AND A DE mand in the city, tbe Principal of the U nlon ademy, has conclude) to open, in the very pleasant Rooms of the Academy, corner of 14th street and New York avenue, recently fitted up for the purpose, a thoroughly organlxed EVENING SCHOOL, for such young men. otherwise em ployed during the day, as wish to spend their evenlnga m fitting themtelves thoroughly for successful business The Institute will be opened October 13tb, five evenings each week, fri.m 7 to 9,# o'clock, wl:h two or three lessons In each study, each week. Classes will be formed In Book Keeping, Pen manship, and various Branches of the Higher Mathematics; and also In Foreign Languages For terocs and farther particulars, *ee circulars at the Book Stores, or call on tbe Principal se20-lm Z. RICHARDS, lMncIpal VATIETT rates, call at FERGUSON'S se .b 480 Seventh str<et SCHOOL BOOKS?TO BUY A ?5 ol School Hooka, at cheapest rates L'L*U(!II APCTIOW SALES. By C. W. BOTELER, Auctioneer. Theatrical effects at auction. On THURSDAY MORN IN ?, September 24th. at 10 o'clock, I shall sell at Iron Hall, all the Theatrical Eflcts In the building, embracing a lure lot of Scenery, Ac. A rare opportunity In presented to Thespian Company*, or Academys to obtain at a low price ? very compl te variety of Theatrical requisites. Sale peremptory se*3 . C. W. BOTELER, Auct'r. HJUHN kULINSkl, a WATCHb CLOCK MAKER, ffk Unor WARiiw, Poland, all WORK WARRANTED FOR TWELVE MONTHS ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. The above Is alfo the Inventor of a Patented Apparatus for preventing the disastrous effect* of oolflslons on ft alroads Information on the sub let given on application }H7" Seven'h street, No. 391. se 19-8t? CHARLES WALTER, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, NOTARY PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT, No. 3f7 D street, between 3d and 4% streets, OPPOSITK CITT HALL. se 19-lw* WASHINGTON D C. MORE RICH SHAWLS AND S< AKFS. WE HAVE JUST OPENED A LARGE LOT of very handsome Shawls and Scarfs, many of them in black middle*, which are scarce and desirable. We would here suggest to the ladies' to call early If they want a handsome Shawl or Scarf We have also, a good assortment of Plain BUck Thlbbet, Merino, and Cloth Shawls. Will open on Saturday, a beautiful assortment of Grey, Brown, and Black Cloth Cloaks and Talmas, comprising all the latest novelties of the season, to which we ask the special attention of ladles COLLEY A SEARS. se 1#-8t 523 7ih St., 3 doors north of Pa. av FASHIONABLE DANCING. PROF H . W. MUNDER, MOST RE8PECT fu'ly announces to his former patrons and the public generally, that he will resume the duties of his school in a few days?due notice will be given of tbe: place and time of commencing He will introduce a variety of new and fashiona-' ble dancrs, better calculated to improve the car riage and grnoeof the most rkillful pupils, than auv other style that his been introduced. He ha* entirely altered his style of teaching for advanced pupils, and invite* all tho-e who wisb to take a final courseof inductions to avail them selves of this excellent opportunity It is earnestly requested that all whohave a de sire to join tfce above classes will fnsike In inedl application at JOHN F ELLIS'/* music store, where they areinv ted to'eavethHr address, se 17 HiNTLEMf.-VS KMF.'RIIM. (GEORGE W. H1NTON HEREBY RE I" turns his thanks to Ills old and steadfast customers and the public generally for the^Hk Increasing patronage be*tow?*d upon him nA at his EMPORIUM OF FASHION, onJUL Pennsylvania avtuu-', between Cthand streets, and next door ea>t of Frank Taylor's Bookstore, where may ba for.nd a Isrg-i assortmtat of i'ch, ta-teful ?ind valuable Goods, French. Engll-h. Italian, Chitese, and American of all kinds for gentlemen's wearing apparel. Said ^oods will be cut and made up In the most tas elul, f <.-hlot,able and dur ble style, egreeably to orders, and at the sho:tefct r.otlce, and upon the moat reasonable erms. I lease oall and examine tfce riruness and ftyle of the goe?da and the faithful a:.d durable manner In which they arc nude up u> uult cus tomers George W. Hinton embraces this occasion to announce to the public that he has formed a co partnership In business with Mr William 3. Tkkl, formerly of Virginia, by whose aid as sistance and constant attendance at the stoie, the bu-4nt sa of the Emporium will be greatl> facia ta ed . N ii ?G?.orge W. Hlr.ton hopes tnal such of bis It.rn.er patrons as have uncancelled bills at the store will sooa be phased to call and settle the : ame, as the season Is changing and short Beitle ments make long friends. se li>-tf WOOD, COAL, AND SAND. 1VOW AFLOAT, AND FOR SALE FROM lv the Vessel*, 400 toi.s White and Red Ash COAL, for Furnaces, Gratis, and Stoves, war? ranted to be of the best quality; 2,240 pounds to the on In all cases Always on hand as good an as?or ment of WOOD AND COAL as can be found in the Dls :rict, and on as good terms No. Ma, Northeast corner of 12ih and C Hreets, one square south of Pa. avenue. ?e 2*)-2w O. M. KEYS. COAL AND WOOD. jVOW AFLOAT, A LARGE CARGO OF is superior Furnace Coal, which will be deliv ered from the vessel at a reduced price. Constantly on hand a general assoitmentof Red and White Ash Coals, Cumberland C03I and Wood. CASTLEMAN A HRO , corner of 6th and B streets, se I7?lw opposite the National Hotel DO YOU WANT A FASHIONABLE Hat? Call on GEO. H. B. WHITE A CO Do you want the latest patterns of Dress Shirts, white or colored ? Call on GEO. H B WHITE A CO. Do you want Undershirts or Drawer* for Fall or Winter? Call on GEO. H B WHITE A CO Do you want a splendid Cravat, Scarf, Stock or Tie? Call on GEO H B. WHITE A CO. Do you want Hoslerv, 61oves, Pocket Hand kerchiefs, and Suspenders? Call on GEO. H. B. WHITE & CO. Do you want Dressing Robes of rich and beau tiful patterns Call on GEO H B. WHITE A CO. Do you want Travelling Shawls and Caps ? CallonGKO H B WHITE A CO. Do you want Go!d and Silver head, or Sword Cuncs ? Call on GEO. il B W HI TE A CO Do you want Furnishing Goods of any kind ? Call 011 GEO. H B.WHITE A CO. Where is GEO. H. B. W HITE A CO ? No. 392 Penn. ave , bet. Uth and lO.h sts. se 18-eoJt l)tnTt forget the place NEW AUCTION AND COtlAISllON STORK. BONTZ a COOMBS, NO -K?9 SEVENTH streets, between I and K streets, return their grateful thanks to a generous |>ubllc for the liber al patronage extended to them since they have been engaged in the House Furnishing buslcers in the No'thern Liberties, and now teg leave to announce to the public that at the earnest solici tation of many citizens they have bee;n induced to connect with their present trade the Auction ar.d Commission business They pledge tbem?eive* to leave no effort un tried or spare no trouble to give satisfaction in all cases to those who may conflie their bu?ine s to them or favor them with their pa'ronage All goods consigned to them will besold to th? best advantage and prompt returns made Particular attention will be given to the sale of real ar.d personal property of every kind, and liberal cast advances made on the same whenev er required. BONMZ A COOMBS, Commission Merchants. % CHEAP FURNITURE. Our large warehouse is filled to its utmost capacity with every de of Purli 'scrlptlon of Parlor, Chamber, abd-^--^a Kitchen Furniture, both ntw ard se-cond-hard, which we will sell at a small advant e over manu facturers' prices. It Is useless for us to Itemize; suffice It to say we are are prepared to furnish out entire houses at such prices as cannot fall to g ve satisfaction to purchasers A call Is ie?pectfully solicited BONTZ A COOMBS. Auction and Commission Merchants, se 20-lm No DG9 Seventh street. NEW AND SEASONABLE (iOtllfS. THE SUBSCRIBER WOULD CALL THE attention of p-rsons refitting their houses to his new stock of PAPER HANGINGS, WIN DO W SB ADKS, CORN ICE, PICTURE CORD and TASSELS, Ac. WINDOW SHADES of everf description on hand, or made to order. To my many friend* for their ii!>eral patronage and favorable recommendation, 1 return my warm ac knowledgements, and trust b\ strict attention to business, punctuality, and dealing, to m?rlt a continuance of their confidence and patronage JOHN MARKRITER, 7th st , se 19 eoAt* next door to Od I Fellows'Hall. MEDICAL CARD* DR H. PERABEAU, GERMAN HOMEO pathlc physician, has the honor to offer his services to the Inhabitants of Washington and vicinity. Office and Residence on 1 street, No It#, be tween *tth and tlst streets. N. B ?Homeopathic medicines for sale, which the Doctor prepares himself with the great eft care, For Fever and Ague, for Blloas and Bowel complaints, Ac , Ac. se 3 3m OAS FITTING. WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO INSERT Gas Pipe In dwellings, stoies, and public buildings at low prices. Please give us a cail. MILLER A CUNNINGHAM, se IS No. 248 Pa. ave , bet 12th and l?th st?. N AW niUSIC RECEIVED THIS NOH>. Ingit (se 17; ELLIS'S. AUCTION 3AL*.'8. THI8 AFTEBIIOON AND TOMORROW. By BONTZ A COOMBS AuctloEeers. Hovikhold and hitch km fi rm. tare at Auction ?On W EDN ES??AY. the 24th Instant, at 10 o'clock a no .we shall sell at the residence of ? gentleman deHlning house ateping. on F street, between 2d and 3d streets, la tbe vicinity of the County Jail, a large assortment Household Effects, consisting In part of? Mahogany Sofhs and Chairs Carpeting. Bureaus, Washstands Beds, Bolsters, Pillows and Mattresses Wo td and cane seat Chalm Cot tag? and other Bedstead* China, Glass, and Crockery Ware Together with many Kitchen Requisite*, lerms: S25 and under, cash ; over Si* a credit of 3o and 60 days, with notes satisfactory en dorsed, bearing Interest BON1Z A COOMBS 86 ?fi-ts Auctioneer V Bv WALL. BARNARD A CO .Auctioneers HAMDSOME FURNITURE at Auctlea On WEDNESDAY MORN IN6, October 1st, at 10 o'clock, we will Bell, at the residence of W M Corcoran. Esq . No. 4M3 Seventeenth at , the entire Household Furnltuie, as? Rosewood Piano, Cover and Stool Do Tete-a-tetes. marble-top Tables Plush and hair Rocking Chair* Walnut and plush Reception Chairs Mahogany Parlor Chairs. Hat-rack Rosewood Beaufet, Etegere Parlor hall, stair, and chamber Carpels Pailor Curtains, painted and pilt Shades Ollt Mirror, GirandoWs, Candelabra* Mahcgany *nd oth?r Wardrobes Do and rrscwood Dressing Bureaus Do and other Bedsteads Bct>t quality Beds, I'lllows and Bolsters Hair and husk Mattresses, Bedding Mahoganv marble top enclosed and other Wash stands Sideboard. Dining Tables, Waiters C?:ce-seat Chairs, Oil Cloth, Matting I.ounge, Stair Ri^Js. Toilet Sets Knives and Forks, Walters, Trays, MtU China and Glass Ware Withagfod stock of Iron and Tin War#. Kit chen Articles, Ac. TerniR: All sums of and nndar 830 cash; ever that amount a credit of 60 and 00 days, for notes bearing interest ard satisfactorily* endorsed. WALL, BARNARD A CO., Re 17-ts Auctioneers. By A. GREEN.Auctioneer ALl'ABLE UCILDINO iOTMJ.1 Mis souri avenue and north K street at Auc tion.?On FRIDAY, the 2ftfh instant, 1 shall sell in front of the pr< mlse-s, at 5 o'clock p. m , f>art of Lot6. in Square cr Reservation A. front ng on Missouri avenue, between 3d ar.d 4# sts , adjoining the propertv of Mr browning Also, at half-past 6, or Immediately after the sale o' the above, I * ball sell, on the premises, two handsome building Lots, situated on tbe south side of north K, beween 4th and 5th streets west being Lots Nos IP and li?, i;i Square No. 516 No 18 has a front of 6<) feet; No. 64 feet 7 Inches on K street, running, with a side alley, to a 30 feet alley, 142 feet 7 Inc hes All the above mentioned property is handsome ly located, and the tale will be worthy of the at tention of rerjons wlshluglo purr Lase a har.d sore bulld'ng site or inak* a g ^od Investment. Tlile indisputable Terms: On* thirdcaih ; ba'ance In 6, 12, and 1" months, tie pnrcha-er to give notes for the de furred payments, bearing Interest ftxm the day of snle. A deed given and a deed of trust taken se 22 d A.GREEN, Auctioneer SALE OF LAND? BV VIRTUE OF Au thority vested In me 1 will - ell, on the premi ses, in Alexandria connty, Va , at auction, at 4 o'clock on THURSDAY, September 26th, a ' valuable Lot of 48 acres of lard part In word and part cleared, and Is remarkably .well adapted to gardening purposes. It is jolrMNdrtv the farms of Mrs Hamilton, R fruit ?md Kev. A. Hays, about mile from Georgetown There are two excellent springs of water nnd a comfortable iog Louse on the premises, which are enclosed by a Hue fence Persons wl;>hlng to purchasemaveet any infor matlon In regard to the place tycalling on Robert Ball, sr , near Ball's Cross Foads, or on the subscriber at 55>- G street, near 3d Terms of sale: ?' 00 cash; the balance In three equal payment* of 1, 12, a^d 18 months. A deed given and a deed of trust taken to secure the pay ments. KOUERT BALL, ir se 11-eots* Executcr of W m Ball, dec d Bv JAd. O. McGUIRE, Auctioneer. EICELLKNT FURNITURE AND Household Effects at Public Aaetlon.-? On THURSDAY MORNING, ^eptemb": h, at 10 o'clock, at the residence of M.^r.yder, E>-q., in 1' Corc-?nn's Building." j street, between 15th and 16th streets \ fcU-,n *<11 all hi* Furni ture and H^Ckeeplng Effects, comprising? Excellent Mahcgany Pianoforte, Stool, a:id Cover Mahoganv hair spring seat Softs Arm and Parior Chairs Handsome rot-ewocd marble-top Centre Tables Guilt-frame French Plate Mirrors, Slate and Brackets Beautiful bronze and gilt Gas Chandeliers Fine Dam?*k and Lace Curtains, Cornice. Ac Walnut Whatnots, Fancy Chairs Handsome Marble and Cnlna Vases Elegant Velvet, Parlor, and Stair Carpets Oilcloth, Matting, Rugs Brussels, Three ply and Ingrain Carpets High and le w post Bedsteads. Bureaus Washstands, 'icl.et tets, Tables Feather Beds. Bolsters, and Pillows Hair and Husk Mattresse?, Comforts, Ac Mahogany Sideboard, Extension Tables Dining Chairs, Window shedes, Lounges China Dinner and Tea Service. Glass \\ are Pastors, Silver-plated Ware, Table Cutlery Refrigerator, Stoves. Kitchen Utensils, Ac. Terms; $>fi and under, cash; over that sum a J credit of sixty and ninety days, for satisfactorily endorsed notes, bearing interest. se 16-d J AS C McGUIRE, Auct'r. II NEW PAPER HANttlNOS. [OUSES TO LET AND FOR SALE TO L command a good price sh u'd look r? w and cheerful. Nothing Improve* the Interior appear ance of a house so much at so small a co?t as to paper the vi all.i throughout Tte subscriber ha* a desirable assortment cf PAPER HANGINGS, WINDOW SHADES, PICTURE CORD and TASSELS, Ac Intending to sell ct the lowest remunerative prices I solicit a cill fiorn n.y friends and the public. J. MARKRITKR, No C0?i 7th st , next door to Odd Fellow " si 13-eoUi* Hall. ELL.VA NT CARKTINQI?JUST KE ccived and on sale a superior and elegant stock of Wilton, Velvet, Tapestrv. Brrssels. Impeilal Three-ply. double Ingrain. Danm-k. Twilled and plain Venitlan, and wool Dutch Carpetings, all of the very latent Importation and in the newes-t and richest colors and designs In the liner varieties we have some In superbly rich medallions, (single mtdalllon to a room.) and bordering* to mat h, style of l.ouls XIV. Also, elegant square and oolong Rugs to match We do not hesitate to assert that ti e stock of Carpeting and other Furniture Hry Gond* now in our store is more extensive and varud and more superior in excellence and be uty than any other ever offered for saie tothecitizeus??f V\ a?hington, ! Georgetown, Alexandria, and enviro-.b heretofore; all of which we wilt >e>l at as low figures as the same can be bad in any c tt -r bouse in the Union, and may be le.b. se 15-t:o3w CLAOETT, DOPgQW A CO. nilSiaL IN!*1 Rl MERTS. SUCH AS GUITARS. VIOLINS, FLUTES. Fifts, Accordeons, Llutinos. Ac , Ac , just :e.--elvcd and will bi disposed of at lower prices th?.n they can be had lot at any other e-'.aoiish tnent in the country New Music received seml-we^kly. WM G METZKHOTT, successor to Geo. Hilbus. Music Depot, southwest corner cf Penn. avenue, and 1 lt:i and D streets. se 17 SO FT HATS! NEW STYLES FOR FALL A WINTER \\ e have just received a large ar d com plete assortment of FELT HATS, for men and boys, of all styles, colors and prices, to which we respectfully invite the attention of pur chasers. Please call at GEO H H WHITE A CO.'8 Fashionable Het and t'-ap Store, 3>2 Pa avenue, between 9tii and loth - reef. N B ?We are prepare! to me t ail fair Mm petition, and sell at the lowest prices for c ask se 16-eo6t NOTICE. pKN WALTER JONES AND CHARLES 'I LEE JONES have removed their olBce to No. 500, E btreet, between 'id >tnd 4th strevts Charles Lee Jones will practice in the Supreme Court of the United States and all other court?, held in the District of Columbia. Gen. Walter Jones, though mostly retired from gener*l prac t 09, will unite with him and do his b> t to ad vance the success of client* by written statements and arguments, and by all -other needful and proper exertions. * jy <_3m FIKST WAKU -tlAKKtT, NO. 114 PENNSYLVANIA AVKNUP. I WILL OPEN ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER A 16th, and Vtep constantly on hand, FR K**H MEATS and VEGETABLES at the above pla-e te 13-3w? WM. CHASE CHOICE BROiERIES. JUST RECEIVED, A SUPERIOR LOT OP all the purest kinds of family ?ro<erie-, Wines, Liquors, and Segars, White and Brown Sugars, at the usual low prices JONAS P. LEV\ , No. 367 Perm opposite the Nati^i se 19-w Hotel. TELEfiR API I NEWS. F&O* 1HI ASSOCIATED F&KSB. iy Morse rmNTiNM TrLKamPB. ARRIVAL OF TnE IHDIAH. FOUR DAYSJ.ATKB FROM EUROPE Qif.bbc, Sejt 23Ibe steamer Indian, with Liverpool date' of the lOtk, arrived bare this forenoon, bringing four days later Euro pean intelligence Tbe Canada arrived out on the 7th, the Etna on the ftth, and tba An gU> Saxon on the tub THE MARKETS Our Liverpool c^TTe#r>ond#Qt quotes ootion firm ard unchanged Breadstuff* Terr dull. Provisions aniet. *n1 the money market un changed Consols for money 1M} The various Liverpool circular* give quo tations as follow?: Cotton?(Wednesday) ? Sales for three days 25 000 bales of which 5,000 were on speculation and 1,500 for ex* port The tcarkat e'eeed steady, the bolder* offering freely but showing no disposition to press st-.lcs The weather has been favorable for tbe crop, and the weather promises fair. Bread*'uff<?Fl Jar, of all qualities, baa de clined Is a2? 5d , with but little speculative i >quirr; Baltimore and Philadelphia Jfa31a.; Ohto31aHSa Wheat has declined S*4s ; red, old, 6a8is , new Va0]s ; white, old, 8}a?|a., n*w lOalOfs Cora is rery dull at a decline of Is ; ytl ow and mixed 31a31is : white 32e 32J j. Provision*?Bacon and Lard artstea <y ?cd unchanged. Confiagjation at Xactm. Oft. Mac?*, Oa , Sept. 23 ?An extenaive fire occurred here yesterday destroying the Ma rine and Mechanics' Banks. WathingVa Hall, a-d the I uildings on the north side of Wash ington llall block, exeept the Bank of Middle Georgia The loss is not knowc, but is very beary Kansas Affairs St. Louis. Sept 22.? Additional ad rices from Kinsaa rtn?nrt that tien Lane, with one hundred aud fifty Pre?-State uien, was m< Ting toward Nebia?ka The movements of the balance cf the Kiee State army are unknown. Fire at Boston. Boarox, Sept. 22 ?The East Boston Steam F <>i;rii?g Mills were almost destroyed by fire t! i? aftorn on L'>sT about $75,000 ? insured A large quantity < f grain and rice was des troyed. Few York Bank Statement. Nkw Yorkv Sert. 22 ?The weekly state* iscnt of the New York city banks e'lows a de cr?-.>?<? of ?10 000 in specie nnd an increase of ^135.000 in l tans ; S19 000 in circulation, and $2,jl9 000 in depofit*. Congressional Nomination Easto*, Pa.. Sept 22 ?The l>emoer&ts of tb* Tenth District hare nominated Wo U. Di:nmirk. of W ayne county, for Congreas, in place c.( the lion. Asa Pucker, the preseot mam Kf r Prizo Fight near Boston. BcStox, S?pt. 21.?There was a prise fight yesterday afternoon at Spot Pond, about aix miles from Boston, batwoen S.v>tty, of Brook lyn, N Y , aud Murphy, of Portland After toe pjgilist* got to work, the police interfered, when a miscellaneous melse ensued, during which a police-man waa wounded by a pistol gli t The fighting party made good their eicaj-e ? Baltimore Markets. Baltimore, Sept. 23 ? Flour Is unchanged. Sales of Howard street at W.75, and City Mills S6 50 There w?b nothing done in Ohio. Wheitis a trifle better, but prices are un ? Fettled. Corn is firm at vesterday'a rates; mixed 55aJ>7c,; wliio SrafiOo., and yellow at 60a62<: Whisky is steady; City and Pennsylvania 34jaH5c : Ohio 35a35;J Row York Market a Saw York. Sept. 23 ?The s'eamer's news hau not transpired previous to 'Change Flow i? dim for common qualities; Miles of 12,000 bfc State ib 20affi 20; Ohio Jfi.20a$fi 40; ?^ontbern atnndard *6 SMl?S7 25 Wheat is firm; tales of 30,000 bushels; West crn red SI -43a$l 46; white ?1 55; Southern white 51 54 Corn is advancing; sales of 36 00# bushel;; mixed 65}c Pork is dull at a decline of 25c ; tales of mess at S20 50. Beet and lard are unchanged, Whisky is buoyant; Ohio 37c Fi&ansial New York, Sept 23 ?Stocks are higher? Chicago ard Rock Island V7i ; Illinois Cen tral binds 04 ; Michigan Southern 90i ; Pa Coil Co. 95t: Reading 84j; Virginia 6 s 921; Missouri 6's 88. Sterling exchange is dull. A CARD. \\T f- HAVE THE PLEASURE TO AN Tf nounce to our friend* and the public *? that we Lave just received our fall slock of^BB CLOTHS. CASI MERES, and VE*T INGS of the very best French. Amerlcaa, JL and English manufacture, to which w? re?peel fully a>k to call their attention Vlslt^ia and strangers Id the city ran have thtlr o;d*rs filled bv us at the verv sb rt?*?t notice, at fair prices, and in s'.vles equal at least to any ra tab l?bmer.t In the citv GKl'BB A LOZANO, Merctact Tailors se6-1m 4OT 8th st . near Penn avenue. I'HIZK OF A StLVLH MtU ! I BEAUTIFUL SILVER NIS WILL BE ii given to the *>ent>rr.an making i. i . ?he best game* of Ten Plna, between I?jl r.ow and Christmas bv the proprle- XI1 e tor if tbe Howling Saloon on i) street, betwrrn Eighth and Ninth streets The Mug can be ietn it tbe Saloou. The I r?>prlttor wou d Inform bis friends that he j i>t oil, lettd two new alleys In tbe base mint. 75 f^< t lon^.ai.d which are procounoed ibe be-tln Ibe city. GenUtuun fund of thla tmuae m nt are re> pt^lfully invited to call. A b x/k will bi kept public to rails'er nacN af th> e contending for the prlae. se 16-*w ACADEMY OF HKJSIC, WASHINGTON, D C. \ ' R CHOUGH. VOCALIST AN1? SINGING iU MASTER. can be consulted f very Tuesday and Friday at tbe above Institution, any boor during tLe day ?ch ob and fanililes atterded tn tbe elty, Geoiyeti-wr, Alexandria, and surrounding nelgc bo'bood A few varanr'e* to be bui in classes m w study lnj; urder Mr Crouch J uveal e Claeia f'om 4 to ? o'clcek Younjr Men's Glee ' 'lasa, 7 to 8 In the evening J. N1CHOLLS CROUCH, Vocal Director of the Ins Itutlon Corner of 11th ?tre?*t and Pennsylvan'a avrnue, over Farnham'S Bookstore ae 19-tf 1 HE W ISE?THERE IS NO PLACE ? 11 tbe city wuere tbe people can ^et better ar ticles, either in ?t>le or quality, or at lowr prt Cea t'aun tl FR AiSCI^', JustaboveOdd Fe lmes Kali, on 7th alret t. Many are be^lnnta' lo un derstatid this tnd wbtnlu want of Ucu^npliii Hardware, Cuiler>'. J'llver p'ated. AlbaU and Japaat.vu ware, v'iocks. Bird Ca^e*. I ask eta B.uabes, Combs. Ac., tbey call on him. Me b determined to make it for tbe iuietenl of all via t -bout to purchase to a member Ms siote, ?e 11 WOOD AND COAL. WE ARE DAILY RECEIVING LARGE supriiea of WOOD and COAL, which wre caa sell ncm the boat* at >ery low prices. Per sms de-i ci s of laying in their winter fuel wouia do well to give us a call before purhaalnjr else where. BOGl'Eft O'NhlbL., se 2 No. 106 Water street, Geerjeti wu DbXVLU'S HOTEL TO UE CLOKKO ? O: Saturday, tba 20t'u Instant, 1 shall c-v~ my totel for the purpose otxldn^t it a iborou?h deaasin^, paintla^. and renovating, and wlU re open ou Mcnday, tbe 17th cf November iev:, when 1 shall be prepared airain to entertain my frU'nda and the public generally- ? | 9" 1 w M A. i)a#A I bll? ClfAUNCET WAItttlNEH. WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, add naaLaa in Pine Watches, Jewelry, -dad Silver Wurr. S4lU*g ? r?r? literal rtdutU? frpm c?? temaff prtrts. J7V Pa- awnue. t?tw**d Otb and 7tb sttwets, eu fiVam bnlldtst ) PbAiroUM AND COUNTER HCALFS WL'UDOCK-3 PATENT PLATFORM AND Counter Scales, of all si sea. for sa'.eat ftcturersprioeaby UOGUIS A O'NEILL, ae 2 A^errtv No. 106 Water st., < L. J. MLiDDLETOR, UliLEB I N ICE, r. trs +nd Uipes?Southwest coraa< of F u.a Vweirtb s.-.oetj. febtt L