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rUBUSHhD EVERY AmmnooN,
(ICH DAT BXCIPTID,)
AT THfc ST VK BtlLUINUk,
Cerwer Prnnrglvania Arena* \ Eleventh St.,
By W. D. WALLACH.
f ihti served in packa?ee by carriers at |4 a year,
" ^ *'"? Mr month. To mil iibMibm Uw eeb
ecnption pnoe ia?)Ui 7Mr. i? adrmnn , f i for
aix Iiiontba ; 01 Cor t area rnout/is; and for loss ttiaa
""M months at tne rata of 12 ocnts a vMk, Single
oop.ea, out cent; m wrappers, two eenta.
ADvraTi?EXK*T* (of eight tinea to the him)
na?>rt?,j three timet for 91; every other day or
eariu vni l?, ?> per oent. a<lvauoe ; once a week, 50
par oent idvaro*.
THE ATLANTIC < ABLE.
The London Times publishes the following
'?Iter and report:
Sir: I am instructed by the directors to for
ward for publication tne annexed report from
Mr.\erley, the electrician to the Electric and
International Telegraph Company. He is one
or the gentlemen who has been consulted by the
Board in reference to the present state of the
Atlantic Table. Yours, truly,
<itOK?t SlWABD, Sec j.
Report ea the state of the Atlantic Tele
graph (able.
Lospo*, Sept. Is ? [ arrived at Valentia on
the evening of the ,1th inst , wbeD I found that
no words had for many days been received
through the cable from Newfoundland
On the 6th, 7th. 8th, 9th and 10th, I tested
the cable, at intervals, in foupSflifferent ways
to ascertain its condition Th* following are
the results: 6 |
I. There is a fanlt of great magnitude at a
distance of between 2?j and %o statute miles
from \ alentia, but the locality cannot be more
accurately ascertained until a portion of the !
cable, Ju or .Jo miles in length, has been tested
against my standard of resistance, and until
the log has been consulted to ascertain the
?mount of slack paid out. I would suggest that
the piece of cable at Greenwich be carefully
lueaoared and tested against my standard, in
??r ler to obtain the most correct estimate of the
distance ot the fault. Assuming, however, that
it is 241 wiles, and allowing 22 per cent for
sleek, it is possiblo that the chief defect is iu
shall.,w water?410 fathoms.
* c?PPer ?'re at the faulty place above
alluded to docs not touch the iron covering of
the cable, as is proved by its forming a voltaic
element, which gives rise to a continuous p..*i
i.".0"?'.'? "" 5",'p"w,r' r"^t *?'?
3. The insulation of the wire between Valen
cia and the fault is {.erfeet, or at least contains
no defect of sulfa lent importance to be percep
tible, or to materially influence the working
w*re the cable otherwise perfect
4. The copper wire is continuous, and conse
quently the cable lias not parted. Faint sig
nals or reversals, are still received from New
foundland. but the power used wi.l shortlv oat,
away the exposed copper wira in the faulty
place by electrolytic decomposition
The actual resistance of the fault appears to
be at least equal to ten miles of the cable, but
l* most probably greater.
Taking it at its lowest resistance, vii ten
miles and assuming that N ewfouudlaud is only
using 1?0 coils of Daniel s batterv. the strong
est eurrent received thenoe during my stav
was only l-21th part of the force that it should
be were there but this one fault. When it is
however, borne in mind that on the other side
ihlr .kP*jPr?^,jr U3,,n* U1'>re l",wer. also
that the defect first alluded to probably offers
more resistance than that assumed, vi* ten
miles, a is evident that there is another and
more distant fault, the approximate locality of
which I could not pretend to estimate at this
end without being able to speak to Newfound
i*DU.
i-rom authentic data shown to me at Valen
tia I am o.'opinion that there was a fault on
the Agamemnon before the cable was sub
merged, at a distance of about ifto miles from
one end and till) from the other.
The following are the data in question but
on what occasion they were obtained I am un
able to state They were, however, probably
taken when the ships were at Queenstown :
T'sfmf ofcath om board Ik* Agmmtmnon rom
of a'jout l,*iu umtmu milet ?/ Ca01?.
I When the upper end was di*ron
nected the current entering the ca
- wlLi'0'" ? battery was ? 5 parts
- VV bra upper end woo put to earth
current entering the cable wa?.... lo 5 ?:
3 I orrent going out ot upper eud of
cable to the earth t) <?
4 When the ljwer end was dlsconl
nect^d the current entering the ca
ble Wa?. a r 41
5 Wnen lower end to earth....!".*"* lu 5 ?
o Current going out of upper end of
cable to earth 45 ?
showing that if there were a fault it was nearer
to the upper end, hut uot far from the middle
ot the coil.
When 200 miles had been removed from one
end of the coil. ?l.ut from which end I am not
at present aware.) leaviug 1,000 miles, the
amounts were? '
j I* 8 5 parts
a. ......... In <5 ?? 13 .... M i it
3 " I ft ...;| *"*" # 5 ii
indicating that there wu a fault, by rough cai
'ut na'lM from one end and
440 from the other.
W ith the 2iM) miles of oable amounts were
IS::::::::: 4o^ru
3 " U
5W5
it
T.*t ?f rm'.U ?m Hon,J tk* Asawummmn
iVtornro?fft .^idOnM/oj.
Battery at Agamemnon end
1. Current entering tu? cable,the Nia
? v. ??"d Oe.ng dix oi.lif ted.. 45 parti
? Niagara rau to eartn 44>l, F .1
J ( unent flowing out at N tatara end
t0?"b ^ )S)i ?
Battery at Niagara end
4 Current entrrlng ? able. Agarneiu
non end beii'g ditconnected.... ??
" Agamemnon end to earth !t7 >?
?. C jrreut flowing out at A^aiueinnon
eudtoearth 44 ??
indicating considerable leakage on board the
Agamemnon.
.u' informed that the currents through
the cable, even immediately after it was sub
-or^d w.re so weak that r.Uy. were useleos,
and that not one perfect uies-age was recorded
by them. eToryihing that was received being
read from the deflection of a galvanometer.
b> comparing the above data with those of
ttie now cable now making by Me*rs tilaase
aud Elliott for the fclectne and international
1 olograph Company, the amount of current
whicb entered the l.uoo miles of cable when
disconnected at one end should not have ex
| arts ?f ~ ^ ,'i4rU wf and 8 it
ibe inference by rough calculation, there
fore, is that there was a ;ault offering a resiat
ance equal ta 1.W0 or l,JOo mile.* of cable sit-'
uatcd at a distance, about 0t>0 miles from one
?bd <<i the 1.200 mile coil on board the Aga
mamr. ju
Tht- however, cannot be the fault first
alladed to situate at about 270 miles from
\ alentia, but may have been the one which
caused auoh alarm when the shii? were 50<i
miles troin Ireland and when the signals ceased
altogether aud never certainly recovered .
It is not at all impr->bahle that the i*>Werful
currents freui the large induction coits have
impaired the insulation, and that had more
Jm^bav. bee?.n''"1 tb? cable would
HTgla capable ot transmitUng mts
To satisfy myself on this point. I attached to
the cable a piece ot gutta perch a Covered wire,
hanng Urst made a slight incision in the gutii
percLa to let the water reach the wire the
w.ie was then bout So as U* close up the detect.
1 he defective wire was then placed in a jug of
^ter and the latter connected with the
earth. After a few signals had been sent
I rota the induction ewila into the cable, and,
consequently, iu to the tost wire, the olecuicity
burnt through the incision, rapidly buriiing a
b?le nearly one-tenth of an inch in diameter.
? hen tne full foroe of the coils was brought
to"t w're by removing them irom
the cable iDd alluvia * tke electricity only oue
cbannel vis., that of the test wire-the dis
chargee, as might be expected, burnt a hole in
the gutta pereba under the water half an inch
in length, and the burnt gutta percha came
BoaLug up to the surface.
The foregoing experiments prove that when
there are imperfections in the insula ing Cov
ering there is very groat danger arising from
?sing such intense currents.
The tut uf the present """-luitfing strand is
too small to have worked satisfactorily, even
h..d the insulation been soumI. Wi.a a<tiao 1
9f larger Juaensiuui less iotenso currenis would
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be required, and both speed and certainty in
oreased
It is not, however, altogether impossible
tnat some intelligible signals may yet be re
ceived through the cable. 14s stated in my pre
vious communication
C. F. Vablev,
Electrician of the Eleotric and
Tn thm. p, fernatioua,T*,<'g'"aph Company
To the Chairman and Directors of the Atlautic
.Telegraph Company.
W HAT CONSTITUTES AS ENGAGE.
MEXT?
A Watering Flare Hlstfry.
The fntiifetoni?te of the ConrrUr Jet Euts
I ??.?, in his last " Chrovique de New l'orl "
alter asserting that the present season has pro
duced little but common-place events, (laua
plK, ????"??
1 l kD?,V, y?Ung man tbe history
does not be ong to the present season) who
found biinseli engaged one fine nion- ug. with
out uuy idea of suoh an event. True, he had
flirted a good deal for a week or more with
a beautiful young blonde, whom fashionable
pleasure hid attracted to Saratoga. Newport,
or ..baron, as you will. The name is not of the
slightest consequence.
which.is not expressly prohibited
the Decalogue, is a sentimental coin fully
current in the United States, an t its circula
iou compromises no one. If the truth must
be avowed, it had chanced that our hero one
night?one moonless night?enjoyed a conver
ion at the extremity of a dark piazza; and
this young gentleman, by accident, perhaps,
dropped his head at the moment the young
lady in question raised hers, the bettor to hear
? Bt * k'M- ha,f K'*en *n"J half
received, is not a matter of such moment as to
require the sanction of marriage
, Be it known, then, that William (I see no
impropriety 111 calling him William) was puri
fied rather than charmed, the next day, when
his partner of the previous night's interview
asked him, blushing, if he thought it best to
maKe known thrtr eu^a^enfvt at oik?'
He gave her a look from which the youn*
IT kIL rCi! WlW undeistood, au3
lion UJore s?cetly, repeated the qucs
William exhibited no discourteous surprise
bnt put on an appearance which indicated that
he was deciding whether an immediate public
arowal was best, and then managed to have
some good reasons for postponing the revela
tion uutil the close of the season ; and Nelly
promised to keep it a profound secret
Thai night be retired to his room and medi
tate I various schemes for extrioating himself
trorn his embarrassing position He could ad
mit every plan but ono?that of marria-e.
11* bad uot decided uj-.n any definite plan,
when next night, at the dance. Miss Susan H
a charming person, who Louored him with a
friendship bordering upon the sentimeutal.
touched him lightly on the arm, and said, with
a mysterious air:
"Sir, I congratulate you."
'',^h"*lo.re h.e asked; but she had al
ready glided away in the dance.
The matter required an explanation, and du
nng a hiatus in the music they wont aside and
Sus.tn spoke in a serious mood
-Nelly is my best friend ; she has told me
ali_ Ob, you needn t blush so at that!"
. In fact William colored with the idea that
hi3 pretended engagement had already been
circulated among his inUmate friends, lit did
?ot directly deny it, however, but took a moth
od of his own
Suu" 1 real,J 8nga*e,i 'P h? demanded of
"A beautiful question to ask me!'- said Su
san, with the slightest touch of spite
"Snn^! raM judge, ?y ru"e'" 9aid William
-uppo.e1 I repeated here what you have heard
a hundred times?a thousand times that you
are beantitul, intelligent and accomplished ;
that your eyes are the deep blue of heaven;
ffk.,Ph w, tr*D?arent rbd ^e coral; your
,b? b ?<* lustre of the raven's win*:
jour neck the grace of the swan, and your
shoulders the whiteness of his plumage-would
tween us Conat,tut? M engagement be
" Not, certainly."
And if I should add: The musician loves
you for the melody of your voice, the paiuter
for the pertectionofyour lineaments, the sculp
tor for tho model of your?of yoqr arms, the
poet for the expression of your glance, the un
lortunate for your goodne.s of heart, the iray
for your wit, and I love you for all these I"?
"Is it true that you have said all those pret
ty thing* to her v
'?It is not true I could not have said it
without falsehood.''
" And you never lie'"
f..ii?wVk-r? 11 1 1118such an *vowaI. does it
tollow that we are to become mau and wife'"
I do not think so."
* "^^''hcrJo I. i-'or example, if upon just
u??r a r'^1? i?"' 1 Uke >our
g ?i was more tLa,, a "npposi
?on, and say to you: O Susan" do you not know
how long I have loved you? Have vou not di
nned it in my words, lei t it in my silence, seen
t in my looks J hen, do not waif; accept the
offer of my heart, which beats only for you ; of
my life, which has uo other object, if I may
consecrate it wholly to yonr happiness."
? ^h. shame! shame!" suddenly cried
voice stilled with emotion.
The two retreated precipitately seeibg poor
-Nelly, who also burned to her chamber to bide
her disappointment and her fury. Disturbed
at the disappearance of ker supposed affianced
had walked out on the dark piaxza, hoping
to meet him, and arrived in time to hear his
g il ant speech.
'? Heaven ! What will she think" exclaimed
Susan.
-The truth!" replied William
* * * * ?
The next morning, at breakfast, everyone
was asking, Have you heard the new.*' Wil
liam has broken his engagement." But they
were deceived ; for in three months he married
in Italy**n ' *nJ th? bapp>" Pa'rar?
~4Jefr Horatio HubbeM. of Phila
at V feplm 'J l? a ciro.ular {rou> hi* alma
" asking xzjoney for a so
ciety or elub institute to trfin yoang ieB7o
preme<iitated or extemporaneous^ spefking o^
dwouMion, declining to contribute He sfys '
Wb*t'distr?flt2l (f1*' ??ld*Ujio ?f republics
w naf distracted <?reece7 Gab'
ued Home ? Gab ' What anarchfzod Prance'
Gab. \\ hat will dismember this Union' Gal'
ibis eternal propensity of gabbing, upon all
occasions and at all time, is the curse of our
oountry."
. 1
iCT At Atticu?, Oa.,good wrapping paper hss
brru luade fr?i?i CUlnr??< ?ugjir caiie
UT" 'i'hf Cincinnati Gazrtle a;>eaks in term* of
*tr?.i{r , ntidentiiatloli of !??? KHl^r troupe at
t'nip iijg to repit^K-iit God, in our of th?*ir tableau*
a" the tu^atre, on .^a'urdaf fv^niti^. |
117" A.? bair fof?i*.rljr ownwl by Rev. l>r. Na.
tudiiifl l.uiaio.ia, is an rxbiWtioa a( Norfolk
< "'"-f 1 Maas , fair Th>? chair is 11*1 yearaold,
and the cushion I5l? vear? old
,n Hampshire !?< t(*-d
u uiu ^1,'; ^ "aaVhUKelt. has
but lUe Uf4u,Uf
it. r,"
in?abont ' ^ 1 M,U# ?r 00
ICT Third street. Philadelphia I.
a* a ?tr?t*t ronUlnln* nfv,#,,,-, ,1(2. described
anre otHrn>, note ahuvir*. he id nhmHtV'
indescrthablequantity of youtu/ul ki-? * !ln
eonatautly veoi the daily?pe7a
l{-^ Dermott Uwp??y "^rrnwd f >---*?
wealtbleet man \n Mm-on. n% , diJd^f
Ult , leaving an eatatenf ?5Wi,0(W. He wasVL!!?
b *r of the Roman Catholic Chu ch H- l?.^ "
wiM which divide* S5.QU9 between hU two rhil
d'?a, sad u'lve the rewslsAer?S4iti uuu-_i? ,h,
Catholic Church tm
For Sent and Sale.
FOR SALE UK KENT.?A large l??ur atory
I BRICK HOUSE, on fi'h street, between M and
N. weit side. This house is veil supplied wi*.h
belli. gas, speaking trumpets, bath fixtures, and all
the modem improvement!. A fine stable in the
rear, with auffcoient room in the second story for
servants A pump of exc -Ilent water in front of the
door. This house eontaina six b?d cha?wb#ra, a
larg ? saloon parlor, and a tine dining room and
kitchen. Persons desirous of purchasing will please
examine tor themselves. A small amount 01 cash
to be paid in hand, and a credit from one to four
years on the b-tlanoe. 'I'he above h<>uee stands cn
one of the moot elevated points in Washington, and
oommands a hne view of the Potomac.
For further information call at G. H. VAR
NKLL'S fainting Emporium, No. 51 Louisiana
avenue, between 6th and 7th (-treats. north side : or
No. 451 Massachusetts avenae, Ifetween 6th and 7th
streets, south side.
The above house will La ready for occupancy oa
the 1st ol November, and if not disposed of by the
25th of October, will be for rent.
oc 4 sojw (States.)
VAI.UA BLE PROPERTY FOR SALK.-Two
f< ur-story Brick Houses, with back buildiugs,
and two two story Buck Houses, with lAsemei.ts,
si tua'ed on Maine avenue. Also, three three storv
Brick Houses on I) street north. This pnpt-r y
will be sold tow and on a long credit. Apply to
GHORGE VV. BRAY, Real Estate Agent, No.
5i6 7th street near D. " oc2-lm
LH)R KENT.?A three story HKH'K DWKLL
s 1NG with Store attache J, on E street, near 14th
street, l?o. sub and sio. Gas and water on the prem
ise?. Inquire of GKORGK A. W. KAMDai l?
oorner of 12th and D streets. se 29 tf
A HoUsE FOR RENT IN THE BEST BI S
INES LnCAl.lTY IN THE CITY.?The
House at present occupied by llr. K F.nley limit,
Dentist, is for rent. It is on (he north side of Tern,
avenue. I>etwec<u Hth anu .uih streets,(in one of the
best business squares in Washington,) running biok
to i) street, a^d containing 11 rooms besides the par
lors. For further information apply on the premi
ses ro Dr. HUNT. sw'24-tf
L'OM RENT-TWO ROOMS in the third stop
a of the uuilding occupied as an office by C. a.
Waliach, and immodiatoiy opposite the City Hal!.
Apply to HUB AH I) WALLACH. as 6
POIl KENT.-the DWM.LIN- HOUSE. No.
I 438 D street,mi the square immediately east of
the front of th* City Hall, next door to the residence
J, M. Carfiale,
I^OK SALE?On very r?i8ouah';> terms, a valua
r ble LOT OF G ROlT \ I), nuntbf rrd 4 it. square
466. near the Catholic Church, m the Seventh ?> ard,
island. Inquire of GI.O. \V. BR\Y. Real Estate
Agent, No.ol6 7tli street,opposite iutellifcenoer Of
Ml II I ?
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE-The
subsonlier offers at private sale 'he property
known as t?;e baker) .situate* on thesonth sideof the
Car.nl, near the Alexandria Aqueduct, tocether with
the wharf, whio.'i is about 2lh teet ()0ep from Canal
to river; the tow-path being included in this prop
erty
The Bakery has a front of 64 feat or. the Canal
and controls 5" inches of water for driving its ma
ch'nery.
This property for a Bakery or Coal Yard is not
surpassed by any in the District.
Also, a Wood and Coal Yard now in theoocupancy
of Hurty A Orine and Mr. Bar-ou. This p'operty
has a front of l2n feet on thit Canal and4''^}* feet on
the west sidu of Gr*4n street, and is as ea*y of ac
cess for oonsuin^rs from Gea'gotowa or Wastiing
ton as any yard in the D-.strict.
The above property will be offered on lllieral terms
Apply to THOMAS BROWN, 145 West street,
Georgetown ; or to S. T. BROW N, Fa. av,. next to
corner of ut h street. Washington, D. C. au 2i-tf
POR SALE-A BRICK HOUSE, contaitiine ?> '
r rooms, in good order, situated on <Uh street
west, betwetn L and M north. The I ot is 24 feet
front by 138 feet 9 inches (l^ep to a 30 feet a'ley. The
location is dt suable, being in a healthy and pleasant
n*tgh! orh<?od. Terms favorable. Apply to CHA
FIN A BKO., Wood aid Coal Office, No. 422 7th
street, beetween U and H.
se25-eo2?r (States)
A
FM'RNI?HED ROOMS FOR KENT.?A vary
large front Room, suitable for a small family, is
now vacant. Also, Rooms in Ruite or sir>g!e lor
gentlemen nnd their wives, can l>e seoured for the
winter, by early application at 466 13th street. Sev
eral Table Boardei s can be accommodated.
s?2t itwlin
POK SALE?A Market and Wairy HARM of
P anout 8?> acres, with all the neoessary huildmcs,
A e., inline oondition. It is situated in Alexandria
county, Va. about dve miles from the t^ocz Brid?ce
and two from the Georgetown aqueduct. D will be
sold low and on accommodating terms. Apply b*
letter, through the Post Offioe, to JAMES W.
BURCH, Washington City. au24-tf
DESIRABLE FARM IN CULPEPER
__ COUNTY. VA., FOR SALE.?The Editor of
the Evening Star is authorized to seil, on very oc
owmmodatiug terms tu.d at a low price, one of
the most desirable farms in the County of Culpep
er. It contains about .ViO acres, of which 2U0 are
woodland, aud the residue arable land, in a fine con
dition for cultivation. This tract is situated about
three miles fron. CutpeperCourt House. It has upon
it a small dwelling-nouse and ordinary hum build- |
lugs. All the arable land uot in cultivation is well
set in grass. To a gentleman seeking a oountry res
idence this farm offers attractions not surpassed, if
equalled, in Piedmont Virginia. A building site upon
.the farm oommands a fine mountain probpeot. and a
view of the surrounding oountry for many miles.
The soil is ol exoe'ieiit original quality, and pecu
liarly adapted to the production of wheat, and is nt
present in a good state of improvement. The owner
will sell it for lees than its value, if early application
is made. Persons wishing to purchase will plenee
oommtmioate with W. D. WALLACH, Esq., Ed
itor of the Star. ap9-lawtf
AREAirmUL COTTAGE, with Barn,Sta
ble, Carriage, Corn, Cow. and Poitltry Houes,
aud 8i acres of Land tuanigh s'ate of culti vatioi,
with an Orchard of gvery variety of choice Fruits,
for Sale.?The atiove property is within a>i. miles of
Washington city, ana within '5 minutes Crive i.f
five ohurches. Ifdosired wi'l be sold at the same
time all the growing crops, horse*, oows. hogs, car
riages, wagon*, and i? mmg implements, together
with the entire fnmiture from parlor to kitchen, in
oluiuve. Possession given immediately. Addtess
A. B. C.. Box 3'0, Alexandria. Va. se 16-tf
STORE FOR RENT?The store on Ohio ave
nue. between 12th and 13th sts It is particular
ly suited lor the grocery and feed business. Apply
toT. J. A W. M. GALT, northwest oorner 12th
aud C sti.. No.54". ie26-leotf
IT'OR RENT.?Suits of or single ROOMS, fur
nishe 1 or unlurnishfd, very desirably located,
t?- the month, week.orless term. Te ms m?Mle
rate. Apply at 375 Penn. avenue, nearly opposite
National Hotel. '
au 17 TA8ti _ ^ F. HOLDENt
ws 4 SK THY PURSE W BAT THOl' SHALT
/V BUY."
TO ECONOMISE BUY OF SriNEMETZ.
216 Penn. avenue, between lith and
t3?h streets.
Beetle's Celebrated Veutuaimg and
Sell Adjusting Hat.
Fine Mole skin Dress Hats $S.!?siid
43. , ,
Fioe Calf skin Boots I t'luladslplua'
mantitacture) f i.75.
Calf Consress Gaiters and Oxford
Ties 92J0.
Felt Hats and Caps, ia all their variety.
Children's Fane* Hats and Misses' Beaver and
Fait Flats. ,
LAUlK*' FURS.?Vow ready, the most desira
ble Fu's. made up into the latest styles,and at much
less prices than last season
B. H. STINEMETZ, Hatter,
oc I between Kirk woods' and v* i)|?rds* Hotel.
NEW AND IMPROVED BELLOWS,
PaU*t.J Mar.-k2.lUa. I
Bv Jacob Arndt, WHKSLiNa, Va., |
is now on exhibition at
HARVEY A ADAMS' HARDWARE STORE.
It is one of the m >a? simple, cheap, and powerful
blowers that has ever ba-n before the pubLo. As
it is constructed ol wood any good wood Worker
can make it at less than half the price of the ordi
nary Bellows now in use. Tney take un so Iwtle
room and are so complMety adapted to all purposes
as a Mower, either to Sm.th's Forge s, I urna-ies, or
CuDoioa. that there is no doubt they will soon tttke
the place of all other B-f-nws. Mr. JACOB
AKN !>T, the Patentee, wi.l remain ui this city for
a f-iW da.> m fv>r thu purpOi^ ??f le'lin* Teir?forial
Kigata. which be offers at such rafos that pe?M>4js
engaged iu that buAint.se wouUi dv well to oall and
see it. Mr. Aruilt has with U.m te-tim n.al.s of
many of the u.osi prominent manuf :ctc-ers ol h s
city.(Wheeling, Va.,)s*ttl?g orththead/ ntacea
of uis invention, but he consul *rs tltA'. a sigut of 't
will o>)Qvtiiceauv prastioal hian taut it i? not oily
tbe be*' t>^l uwi, but one ol th ' nui' n oney ntaking
iuventions now before the public. Call aud see.
P.S.?A s.tii?fSot< ry peroentaga will be allowed
to a few SMtiab'ft and ree??-ii?il?le aaenrs. 2 t W*
Oi l) MAGNOLIA WHISKY.
IIE Undersigned offer for sala tfe abova atand
ard brand of fine Kve WhisJrey. of tfiair own distil*
lfttian in liarrels and half bi'Ms The oua!i y of
the Whiskr known so favorably ia the South for
t?e past eight years, will always be keyt ap to ita
former h fh standard.and parchaaers and oonsamara
can rely upon its bmng a p rfeetly pure Kye Wh s
ky, distitlod under our uvi pert >nsl supervision,
sal entirely Iree (Vr>m anv deleterious sub*tanoea
which render m'.ds up whiskiea so obje?tioi?!i a.
Always having si?i<"Ui?k ot the above, and ott?<r
fine wMiskies in New \ ork as well as Philadelphia,
we are enabled to ahia goods from either city direct.
FKEFMAN X SIMPSON. Phffnix Distillery.
Offioe I US souls Front it.. Philadelphia* in Nev
\ ork, U6 Wall atrast. 5
PURE CIDER VIPCKGAR ?Knhtaea barrels
nn CiderV,Bagar|foy?olM?^BciiBLu
>B y iwfn?r Vermowt awwnue awd et.
AGNOLJA HAMA-Aaw^l lolfi thoaa a*
Ma.UaSTtfXjB4.lgJJ.yf BURCflELl^
Wood and CoaL
Another arrival.
. vf coal-coai.-coal :::
i b6 schooner Mfiry Ann, Cftpt^in Gibbi. jiuc ar
rived and not unloaUin* lov* best RED AND
WHI I t ASH COAL, cheap tr cash. Callit once
and leave your orders. R. w. BATES.
Wood ar.d Coal Dealer,
00 ? 14th street, near Canal.
fjp J. ft W. H. U ALT'S
'STEAM FIRE WOOD MILLS,
Foot ?( 17th Street.
ECONOMV AND CONVENIENCE
Combined by using the
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD.
CHARCOAL SUPERSEDED as a KINDLING
BY THE RESINOUS PINE.
Ah its cleanliness and quick ignition retiliif suggest
COAL ! ? C O A L !!? C O A L !'!
all kinds or
White ash, red ash,
and
'cumberland coals
on hand from the most
Approved mines in the Country.
ID" I'Ufcl kept in Floored and (goofed Yards.
ID* pounds to the Ton.
T. J. A W. M. WALT,
Office?North vest corner 12th and C sts,, No. .V?7.
W harf?Foot of 17th at., formerly Van Nesa'a.
se 23-tf
II
Ol'SfcKKUl'INti A K TIC I. KS.
E
The Subscriber desires to call publio attention to
his extensive assortment of
nousE-PUR xowing (iOO ds,
which is now recdered oomplete in every depart'
meut, consisting, in part, of?
CABINET URMTTRK.
A very exteiiai ve collection, embracing almost over*
conceivable variety necessary to facnish the
Paror. Chamber nod Dii.iujc mom. from the
most extensive to the cheapest kinds.
FRENCH CHINA.
Ool'J hand. plain, white, and riohly-decorated Din
r.er. Dessert, ami Tea sets,
A large assortment of Vateg. ?
Linror and Tea v, are. m detached pieces.
Rich < ups an l Saucers, with acd wi hout uuatoes.
Pitchers, Perfume il .t les. Card Receivers,
With a large variety <.f Fancy Articles,appropriate
to decoratc the et&gern, parlor table, ana'toilet.
IRON STO.Nk CHINA.
Linger Tea, and 'I oilet Sets,
Also, ir. dutached pieces, a large stock of the latest
shapes.
GLASSWARE.
Amf rscau, French, aud Bohemiitu, such as?
Deoan?e<s, Flagons, Gob.ets, ditinp&Kiies.
''inrets, Hocks. ^Sherries. .Madeiras, burgundies,
Liquors, Tumblers. Finger Howls Celeri s,Salts,
Waicr Bottles, t lcat Bowls. Dishes, Pitchers,Ac
TABLE CUTLERY.
In sets of hall dozen or fifty one aud fifty three
pieces,
Also, ivory-handled Kmves only,
Carvei baud Forks, Steols, Ac.
BLOCK-TIN UOODS.
Such as Cbahng Dishes, from '0 to ^4 inches.
Coffee a id 1 ?a Urns, coffee Pots, Tea Pots.Coflie
Biggins, A a.
PLATED GOODS.
Such a* Coffee arid Tea Urnt., Tea Sets.
Spctons and Forks. Castors, Covered Dislinj.
Pk eh era, Cake and Fruit Baskets. Waiieis, Ac.
JAPANNED GOODS.
Such as Waiters, Tes Trays, and in sets,
Plate Wariuers, Slop Jars, Foot Tuba, Water
Cans, Ac.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Solar l amps, liiiandolts, Wood Ware,
Fenders and Irons, Brushes. Shovels and Tones.
Coal Hods. ftep Ladders, Door Mr.ts.K'ittan tioods,
Wnifle Irons, Willow Waie. Britannia \\ are.
Bronzed Iron ?i(hk1b. Cooking Requisites of every
desert pt ion.
Together with a largo assortment of Articles of
Utility and Ornament not deemed necessary to
part.cuiarize.
Housekeepers will fini it decidedlv to their in
tereet to examine my stock and prices. They will
not only hud a large assortin-nt from which to make
selections, but I pledge mys?lf to be.I as eheap as
tue sai.ie desc>iption of Uoods can be purchased iu
any of tlie ?? astern cities.
??oods delivered to any part of the city or George
town free of charge.
Having recent!) imper?ed direot from European
exupswc assortment of French and Iron alone
China, 1 am prepared to oiler strong inducements to
the fade. C. W. BOTEiER.
ocii eo't Iron Hall.
CLAGETTa DODSON,
XTENS1VE DEALERS IN ALL KINDS of
5 UP E R JO R PUR nttur E
DRY GOODS,
No. 4, MARKET SPACE.
We take great pleasure in announcirg to House
keepers, and all wliocxpeot shortly to commence
housekeeping, thU our stock of goods in the above
line is now very complete in all departments.
the FIRST FLOOR (basrmmt)
in filled with a largestock ofelegant FLOOR OIL
CLOTHS, in all the newest snd most approved de
sgns and qualities. also. Cocoa and Canton
MATTINGS, all Widths. IMIOR MATS. Ac.,*0.
THE SECOND FLOO R {(iround Entrance)
is hiied with an immense assortment of CA K PF.T
I NGS. consisting of a great variety of new and ele
gant designs, anu extra heavy Three piy. Double
Ir grain. Wool Dutch and Venitian. in ail widths.
Also, Crumb Cloths, Druggets, Rugs, and D?*?r
Mats, in pleasing variety.
the USES' ROOM (Same floor)
is filled wi h a very extensive sto^k of all kinds of
the very Itest grades TABLE and BED LINENS,
in every conceivable style and quality wtucii has
fame for -xcelleuce. Also, Bed Quilts. Toilet Cov
ers, elegant Krenohand Eutlish ?? urmture Chintz -
es, lurnities, Blankets, Piano and Table Covers.
the SECOND STORY (Third Floor >
is fi lied with a superb and mag nib cent usfcortuwrit
ofENGi.lSH TAPESTRY. HRUSSEtftCAR
PETI NUS. in ail grades of quality,at prices won
derfully low. and Rugs to match.
Our CURTAIN DEPARTMENT is on this
ffior. which is filled with all that is new. elegant,
and desirable for the Curtains for the windows ol
all kinds of apartments, fiom the most gorgeous
Silk. Damask, Brooatelle, down to the lowest price
Merino.
THE THIRD story( Fourth flour)
is filled with sll that is novel in the latest Deduc
tions from the looms of Kranee ar.d England. iW su
perb Medallion, Wilton and other sty les V KLV F. T
C AR PE TINGS, some >n the style of Louis XIV,
with their Rugs to matoh.
Our prices are warranted to be quite as low as
those >fany of tb? Northern oities, whilst our selec
tions are from the very 'first hands
Thi se who live out of the c ty can have the;r
Carpeti.igs out to fit their rooms and sent home with
the greati st facility without trouble. _
se 27 eoat CI.Ai.ET I' A DOD?)N
J AS. T. MvlNTOSH it CO..
mkrchant tailors,
4'i2 PgXJt. AvlTMCK, Oi SlRBET.
Have just received their FAl.L. and WINTER
liOODS, Comprising all kinds of Clcthr.
t'assimeres, and Vestingsof lates' impor a <
tions ; also, a fine lot uf Furuishing t.oods.
ali of which w 11 be sold very low for cash,
or to punctual customers. se 22 eolm
piCTURE CORD AND TASSELS.
A handsome assortment of PICTURE CORD
and TASSELS, SHADE CORD, TASSELS snd
BRASSES. BUFF HOLL A Nil, Gold Band and
Common WINDOW SHADES; aiso, a onoioe se
lection of PaPERHaS'GLNUS ; just received at
MARKHITKK'tf,
No. *a6 7th street, eight doors ahove
se 24 eolm* Odd Fellows'HaM.
J|ATS OF THE SEASON.
I have the pleasure to mtroduoe the HAN DSOM
r-j EST HAT OUT: also, a fresh case
ULfkENCH SOFT HATS of it own im
' portaitou. Getting them from first hands l?
oati offer them much lower than usually sold in this
city. A peep at them will guarantee sales.
1L7" Sign of the "White Bear," oorner of flt
?trr et and Pa. avenue.
ap 21-eotf JIOPKLNS.
14^ AVARD.
AMir.lFSA PERSONS BIJVrNH CI.OTBS
AND OASSIMKRES B\ THE \ ARJ?
Having ner essarrly to keep a large sssortiiieul of
CM.OTUS acd CASS14R R ES, dea iug ii.ore hj
teiisively uiii generally iu those g -ods. we uan offer
greater aUvisutages to r u rchr,s?rs of those goods than
cau be found, u e will out vert eheap. No charge
l..r pattenu orahrinking, tmvmgaateem apparatus
1 >r that purpo e. It would be well lor those surolusK ?
lug by the thm! to look Uitora tfiep l>uy. as this is
the only establishment p/ the kiml iu this oity whieli
deals extensively m those gwoJa and must utter
greater a: vauUt/es |)0.erg.
WAlTL. STEPHENS 4 CO.,
No. Stt Penn. ?venue, between
se 1 eo2m ?th and lotli street*.
Notice of i ?m: B*T*8!.'fHMRNT OP
tHK tk"",to
trio*, i
authorises the Prejudent of the'Pnlted 'Si.
eataMish a land ofios for the "district of New Mex?
't'-" oeolared aaff made knosm tfcat the
'I? tf&ieWS
Santa Fe. in said Territory, from and after the SMh
dii of November noxt.
Given under ?nr hand, at the o'ty of Washington,
tkia mh day of sencfinher, AD-.'M. _ ,
* """ S. WHJOM.
A eti n <t ? onum?toper eX the G w?ai La?4 O tti *.
Me m
4
Boot*. Shoes. &e.
LADIES' SHOES!-LADIES* SHOES !!-Th
auooeaa 1 have met wi'lt during
abort period I have l>een established. ena-^^*^
bles me to offer l.sdiea' Shoes, of my own make, a
the following prioea:
Ladies' beat English Lasting Gaitera $1.2
I-ad.ea'beat double sole Moiocoo Howta. IJZ
Children a b- at Ens. Laating Button Gaitera T
J.R(iSI-NTHAi.,Mo.aPa. avenue.
Market Space, 2d door above 8th atreet.
P. S. 1 am aellinc a superior article of Genta' Cal
Sk w Gait era. warranted, at #2 50. se M?_
f AD1ES' SHOES, MIWSE*' SHOES, CillL
1^ drkn's shoes.
are eel'inr at unusually low priees at Tike /.A<fr#i
? Shoe Stert, No.lt I'a. avenue, tie -?
w? iAiween 8rh and 9tn sta ? ?
Weare selling Ladies' Lasting Gaiters at #1 2t
Do uo Morocoo Ronig ..... I ?
Do do do Buskiua 1 15
Do do Laatmg Suppers 1 w
Ac., etc.; alt our own make. Come and see.
jv IT-frn TIMOTHY i:L.ARK.
'PO THE LADIESOF WASHINGTON CITY.
Having l>eoo enttucod in inanufad una* Lines'
M ikMfb', and Children's SI. 001 for j
?-Sethis peat Sn year#, we ourht to?fl6^^f
know by thia time what will auit them in that hue.
tnd can wifely say that we do; whiob yon can prove
by giving our lor 1 a trial. You can hud <at all tiinea.
tho artmles at the principal Shoe Stores in Wash
ington city?the Shoes ao well-known aa J. W.
MoCurdy k Sou's Philade'pbia make, apjl-ly
j^K LINKS! TRUNKS!! TRUNKS!!!
The undersigned haa now and constantly keep
gnnbDn band a lar<e and very ?upe
firtw?nor assortment of Sole-1 eatherl
*""THHNKS AND VALISES.a,a.f
Iron Frame and Wood-Box TBI NKSj
VELVET TAPESTR Y and CANVAS
TRAVELING BAGS and SATCHELS; fir?
SADDLES. HARNESS, WHIPS, ko.
I am prepared to ouoipete wi'h the t>eat maun
faeturers, in proof of w!.:eh,read the following He
Eirt of the Committee at liie Fair of the Metropoli
n Mechanic*' Institute for IP57:
Tophani tc Norflet deposited a Sole-lesthw
Trunk thaiia,lbi sulidtip ukJ ?uaiityo.1 mat trial.
the best on exhibition.
J brum Thohii, Saddler,
H. S. Kinski,Currier.
IV. H.?Trnnka Covered am every description ol
Repairing executed witli nontuecft and dispatch.
J AS 8. TOPHAM.
(!-ate Topuam A Norplrt,)
No. <93 7th street, oppo. Odd Fellow** Ha!l,
m?-ly Waehington. D.C.
tuuy ?orp
m
N
EW HOOK AND STATIONERY STORE.
The nrderaizned hna just returned from toe great
trade saieauiNcw York ar.d Pmiadel^hia with a
large and varied ?.a?"Ttinent of kurope\?i and Amer
10111 pulii ioaiion?, bought very low, and will oe ?< id
rk'uper ttian any otiier house in Washington. Also,
a com pi e?e assortment of Classical and Comu.on
i^t li.iOL BooKs.and Writing Hfiper, Pen*.Ink.
and ever* thing in the Mationery Ur.e.
FANCY GOODS. Table and Desk Ornaments,
Ar.,Ac Juvenne Picture Books of all ?orts. \
g^st variety of StaLdard and other GKRMAN
B<>OKS.
Printed and Blank Books Bound and Ruled to or
der 4n the Itest manner, it rt-ciu 3?d prioea
J DT All the l;it>*st PeriiMSica ? aid Ne
supplied to subscriber* t>ro'jip?!v. bv
<ewsp?pers
HENRY' WANBORG.
Cheap Bi>ok and Stationery Store,
No. 277 south aide P^nn. avenue.
se3J 2w between 10th and llth sts.
CT I. A DIES' FURS
'LEANED. Repaired, Altered, or Exchanged at
the New ?? ur Sror-,
30J Pennsylvania avenue, between 9th and 10th ata,
S'en of the North American Fur Oompmy.
JET All kinda offur trimmioc cut to order.
24-d'm
Zis 0 amk ^75
0*trfry
RECEIVED EVERY DAY,
sun SKKVKl) CP
IN EVERY STYLE.
At tht Shorten Xotirr, at
JLIiOYD'S
NATIONAL KB8TAUKANT,
Southeast corner ofTth and E atreeta.
ae 18-Gin
TFI RS! FURS!! FURS!!!
HE NEW Ft'R STORE manufacture all ita
own FURS, and sells as cheap as any atore in New
York.
iTT Old Fura repaired or altered.
C. LEWISsON. Furrier,
Signof the ^orth American Fur Company,
S3 Pa. av . between 9th and I' tU ?ts.
JO" Ermine, Swausdown and other Fur Tnm
minn- se 24 I m
CLOTHING AT REDUCED PRICES^
A Rare UppMtunity for Bargains.
Having opened an establishment in New York
ci y. No lf-4 Duane street, for the exclusive pur
pose of inanaftcturinc our own stock in future, ws
bave deiermined >0 sell otf, lor the n? xt six weeks,
our present stouk of Ready Made Clothing now in
srore. at tren?|y rednced prices, for ctah only, to
make room lor an enur* new stock.
\Ve therefore at.ail olT'er mdncementa to aasb pnr
chesera never wituesaed in thia city. Our obieot la
tonow sell and toaak tin early call, that purchaaers
may have rheberetit of makine their aelections from
one of the Urges! and moat fashionable stocks of
Ready Made Cloth.ng to ne found this side of New
York. WALL. STK.PHENS* CO.,
122 Peiirayivamaavenue,
se28 tf between !Kh aud nub streets.
New method in tuning
P l A N O FO KT K S,
which l^ave* the instrument n^t to need further
tuning for aix months after. Hend your orders to
the New Musical htnositvry, corner lltti street
and Penn.avenue. se 2ft Im
^IGN OF the
O BI6EA6LE!
Indicate where you n.ay get LOOKING*
GLASSES, in gilt or matmrarij frames; I'OR
TRAIT and PICTURE FRAMES, round, o\al,
or square, giit or otherwise ; or an) other kiod oj
work in his line. The largest lot of LOOKING
ULAt>S PLATES kept constantly on nand.otieti
furuash. Jt>HN WAGNER, '
255 Pa. avenue,
ap?-1v h?lw?*n 12th and lS?h ata.
LrHILADKLPHUL~~
AGER BEER DEPOT,
No. 381 Pa av , between and 6th sis.
One k?-f ?;.5ft: one dozen ^uart bottles, fl W.
ID* e send the Boer free <if coat to any part of
the city.
?n ?'-f.it. C. F. A W1H KR ECK K.
Til F. WONDER OF WASHINGTON '8
GIBUS'S VEGETABLE BALSAM perforin,
int almost m'racles in ooveriog as Bald H-^ais and
?ttrtnr ad ^Milt fViaMiflM UQ ?n>
THE CHEAPEST D?Y GOODS
AMD
BOOTS A y O SHOES
To an BvoHr in WAauiNdToi.
Purchasers detiroas of saving money beaure to
oaii at the atore of F. T M ADD' 'X, No. *H9 7th
a*ieet?the successor of R. G. IIvate?tat hi* o'd
stand.) There you wdl get bargains, such as wer#
never before offered here. se H
7RANK T. SAN DB, V iV D E R T A K E R
Garrison piksct. Navy Yard.
Funerai calls attemied to st all hours. Keeps
constantly on iuind rsady n.aJe Col
6ns of all kinds, and every article r#
quired 10 hisiuie.
Ali orders from the country attended to with
promptness and 011 moderate terms. Also, furniture
neat.? reuaired and vi?rn.sued. a? |ju-*?u
WALL, STEPHENS A CO.,
?Vo Xt2 Ptna. Arenu',
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' R EADY-MADE
CLOTHING,
For School anJ Dreu Wear,
Parents and guardians wishing to furnish their
ohildren ar.d wards with Scuool and College tmtfits
fortue ooming season.are invited to exam ne our
present large ami extensive variety of
HON S' C L.O i 111 NG.
where they eau lit oat their obodiau of ail sires, in
a few nsinutes, witn ev?ry de?cnptiou of Reauv
mai? (>akms..mh of substantia, and durable <|uaUty
at very moderate prices,
WALL STEPHENS k CO.,
ar> No. x/i l*a av. b*?. *h and intb sts.
MERIES, from the
near th? corner of
<? 1 Af?i
I
PASinON ABLE PER I UJ
a best lioasas, at GIBRS*S,
1ft h ,trMl Inn I**
Hair, tooth, nail, and bandoline
UBl'SHESat GlBBS'S Ua<r Store, n-ar I3tb
street, and at hie Hales Kmim. is<i? WiitirV Ho
?A? '?> v??.
J^UUl N'S EXTR ACj;i h, ail wUvrs. at b 1 BBS'S
TTmmTmMOI.'ATUIN ?ta?es between
A BKOOKKVILLK AND WASHINGTON.
leaving l^trsey'a Hotel every Monday, \\ fd&sa
da> mJ Fr?Ja?. lor Brookevi>;e. at .
o'clock.and leaving Brookovil'e^
er* Tuesday,Thondnj and SaturdayflBBeSE?
at to'clook. Further tn^nnatton can oe obtained
afoWing at Doraey'a Hotel, strwr nh and I au,
aty^ESTON B. TURNER. Prayriator.
MOfcBNEWB ?ok?.t*IFADQUARTKR8
SHEPHERD._
? Coim*r Of Seventh and D ??r?M,
c<fuis?raan:i.iasir^s __
Ala>. keepa on band a f*o a?pp:y of Books uaad
in pnhlio and private Schools
_ (p" Cheap. CtHwpar- ChAepyt. ?***
CHEAP SCHOOL BOOBS and ebeap Sckool
fc'JV*VlW'4 MkU?T-S.
I|30 BookaeCsu. SM Paan. avaaaa.
Thia eiM til Family and Nm JoaiMl ?"!>
*ainin< a irnitr Tintt? of intaraatia* readme thai
can bo tend la My other-la paUiahod oa Batardaj
1l*in n
Tkuu.
HinrleO'-py. ??* anuam
??? ?
T?B oopiea-22- ? ? ?
T W"L^CaS%>*airaaft? *m mAramtt
By ."Ubeonbin* ib Cluhe raised b-j-j-w?
without *he iBtervertionof tatil aecct. uri^I
Mr oaat.of Tbx Wb7?Tl&7b V*
bo eaved It laTambJy o<mtnine ?h* ?< WmtkJLtLt
yew*- that tma made 7 ?? Kriiiiw ?ta? mjW.
late ao leoaraily tnro?*hout the oountry.
1H- Singlo oo?im ria wrapper* > can bo procarc*
at the oounter. immediately after the leeue ol tha
>r. Fr.co-TURKLCfe.NT9.
, IO7 Postmasters wh<> art aa acoota trill bo al
lowed a comimaaion ofV oeata.
k
f
Educational
Boarding and day school for
vol no i.adils.
nt/rc H A ftp h MULISH.
t I ? ??? ** FSimr WoMUio*.
I Principal?DON A Lt? MACLEOD. A.M. Uairar
i I atttofblwinv.
The sext acadcinioterm will beam na the *eo *td
Mmdi) to i*epiember. and end ou the Wh of J a do
, following.
For thorough literaryandscientificculture. ?vund
oloni-ntar* matreetion. the efficiency and eeeoeeotf'
ttf F'rn'h P'ta'imtmt and lor eociai advantacoa,
1 it )? utmurpaaaed.
Kv ry case, the pnmarr a* well aa me sen.or.
eniojs tho persona. supervision of the PaiKcieaL.
a* ho 1a aasistea by tB'ec ladioe of ability, expeneaoc
and (bo highest eduoatioe.
No s<-.hool oat of ran* posietaesa purer standard
1 of toe J French. or better corrective at t*id French,
in conversation and writin*. ur greater facilmea tor
acquiring that lai geage. It 1a a tree* thcaed by tho
| r.ooet*ion of Prof ALtXtXDIt
MCSIC ON THE PlaNO. rHK GUITAR AND
THE HARP
taught by tho lariiea ol the family, offenac superior
ad v in la ea lo da> scholars aa wad as board era
The lugliest cia?a, oompoeed of first seniorc
of last term, wt'l take the mr.ee for litera'cre and
e?enoe for wko;h they a e prepared, and will reoeiva
etjttieend of the year ?*ipk.maa or eaitab<e teatimo
ntals.
For further information aoa circalara. oai-iw
I NIGHT SCH<M>LB
11.?. Open at the Academy onrttcr 9th and H
atnpets.on Monday. October 4, at 7 p. m App'y.
during tha day.at the Aoadeiny, or at my ofboe, cor
ner <Kk ai d I sts
oo^-lw* L H. * BKIDO*'. M. D. Pnn'l.
PLAIN KIKI.U ACADEMY.
iNeab Carl au, ?'*.?
Twenty fcfth aaafcion<5 uionthai oo?ru?*noe? No
vonibar, 2d.
.\uit>b?i limited to 2ft l?ds. to vboae irr. prove merit
t hi time and energies of the Principal are ooBataatly
devoted.
F.xtir* expiree ?7<i. Circaiar* at thia otfaoe
ITT To (11 a few vaoaot ie* cill at Kukwood
House on Ootobor 1Mb, fro?t 3to6 t'olook p. in., or
addreaa. R. K Bl'RN!*.
ae i*-eoiw Principal and Piop'ietor.
I^HK COLUM BIAN COLI.KOK.
WttHlMTOS, p. C.
The next Sesaton of thia Inatituti.m will ?>ai
inenoe ou WedurMiay, I ho twenty ninth i/*thlof
Saateiubar.
A pi>l .oai.ta for admiati?m will be eTaminod oa tho
Monday Mid Tueada) Itefore tha openini of the aea
aion.
T M KPRKPARATOMY DKHARTMFNT
of the Colombian Collate will oommenoe 11a iioxt
SMamwi Wedneeday, the oichta ?>tUj of Sepieai
Uor. Apply to
au 10 o..t Nov 1 J. 0. HTNN KV. President
VL'E^TKRN AOADKMY,
?" 3TI I Street.
A SKLKCT SCHOOL FOR rtOYS.
Twei.tv lour rupue only in the department of
Mntlieinatio*. >.xteen pupile only in the depart
ment of l.atiKU*(f???.
SIL.AS L. LOOM IS. A. M., Teacher of Matha
inatioe.
A. OK"R(>K WILKINSON, A. B., Taaoher of
Liiuiuiti. ?e 7
Musical Instruction.
J^JLSICAL ATTRACTION !!!
PKO BOHO PUBLICO MUSICALS.
The Art of Teaching M uaic: a praotioal method
for aucoeaaiuily imparting a TBoaoroB Mratcai
Ki ccaTIo.i, which (i*ea tha aum ai d anbatanoe of
eveiytlunc neceeaary to be ki own to elorate aad
eaiabltth theCHtBacraa and UrALiricaTioae of
I kvikt Mi sic I'ttrHVB ; by Prof. Do Ca>niel Call
and aet a copy at Maaara BLANCH A K 1> ? Mt>
Ht'N'S Store, oorner Uth atreat and Pa. avaaae.
aa 88-111.
T MUSICAL CARD.
HK Undaraicned t^ca leave to *ay that ho la
propareii to furntah Mua.c with tha boat >f band*,
hritia or atrinx either) for Faira. Balla an** "artiee.
A Piauiat alwaye oti hand. P. FISIIF.R.
ae Xi-lm No. SiC Pa. avenaa. Waahincton City.
WHKKLVVRIGHT. MUDUK A CO..
WIOLUALK
PAPER DEALERS,
So. 14 Hnmor'r strtet, rorm't Garmaa,
D . < M ?
Acen
Csraon
I
a aa ui'imni, J t7?P UO <X I .&IT1l(i;
J. P. K ii? A Co ; Owen A Hurlbut; Plainer A Por
ter; Platner A Smith; Paraon'a Paper Company;
Mar'ltoro' Milla; Metropolitan Milla; Saramoia
Milia; and va.-ioua other celel.rated u>aVera.
AUo. afu'i aaaortment of Rook bindera Leather,
C'oth. C ue. Ac ; Printint Pnpcia, Newi and Ho<>k;
ColoieJ I'apera of all kmda; ?tr*w Hoard., Bind
er* and Trunk Boarda; H<>nnet HoaHa. wl.ite and
Colored; Printer'a Carda and ? ard U'wrda. in every
variety; Tiasue and Hftoe Paper; Hardware ai>d
Manil'a P?pcr, Preaa Hnardi.
A fall aae <tmontof Preuch Folio Poat. Packet
and Letter P&per, Marble Paper, Poet Office and
Bank Envelope; ^reppina Paper*, ail k.nd?;
Sheethmr. Tack and Sp>oe Papeic; PrinUait aad
writiuf Ink; Alum, Blaachin* powdera.
ftT" Paper of rvery doacnption mado >0 order,
au 26 <m
FURNITURE STOKE.
We are now reoeivine onr Fall etoo* of PUR Nl
I TURK and H O I S ? F U R N 1 S H 1 N t?R\
GOtiDS, and ae Una lower than any othai VH
house in NVaahirrton. Wewoald invite all
j to cail before purohaamc *>ur motto ta. I f I
"Uuick S? n and Small Prohta."
Old Furnitkra taken in exoi-anae for n?w.
JOHN SO NT/. A ?RO?
an 9<' 1y < ktd h eiUiwa' Hall. Tth at.
BOOK BINDING AND ki.ank book
MANUFACTORY.
By EDWARD I.VCKTT,
ni P?. Armut, kef. lork ?*?? lira Su-taia.
Spcnoer'H History ol United Mtatea. %\ol ,4to hotcd
in tail Turkey. Gut l-Uirea . ..... |i?mi taa act.
Do. do An'tque. tilt a^tca... 10.00 "
Half Turkey or Antiaue e.ne "
Half do. do kpru.kle<l edgen 4 .f
Aud ever) atyieof Book Htudiait exaoutcd.
|y ift %m
TJIANOS l-'OR SALE AND TO RKNT.-A
I rreat variety of new ard aeooad lar.
PIANOS always on hand, from the faoiolKaQaA
ries of Steuiwiiv A na. in New \ ?.rk : A a* f
n It leciieubach, in Philadelphia : and Knalie A Co.
in Haltimore. wluon I will aelI or rent 011 moderate
and eaay terni<>. at in* Piai.o Waroruoiu. No.4dk lltfa
atreet, atiove Penn.avenue,
ac 14m* KRED'K.C. REICH EN BACH.
J^UNNS A CLARKE'S ^ .a
HAIXETT\ DAV^a ft CO.'sTf * f ??
CKLKphATED PIANO FftKTES.
-1 .W
JCi Pa.nv.,betweer. 9thar^l loth ate.
Parohuetawiil find it to their interact to riamiao
f.?r thHMiaclvea the auparior auauuaaof tha aU/va
Covera. Me!od?oaa. Ae.. Ao., aiao ??
kand* >1 la-u
and niake to order
' **A R ' (If fpa
irnt.Kaiy aadul
Aiao.ai<ape
u%(;in?,h. /Tf
nc ib the hast '
PARLOR PURNITURF,
PAPKK-HAN?lKCa A SID I Pilot STEBY OooU.
The aubaer>hara keep on hard and make to order
eM ? tv l?* r l" C A R' N F I "a" "AR' iifi
HKM11RK, auoh aa S jfaa.Arta,
Roukint CI airs, Lonnres. Ac. At
rior aksortmei t of HaPKR R*
Borderaand Shade*. I'aper Hur.a ._ ? . .....
macner. Carpets Cut, Made, and I ut u wn on
aitort nr.tice. t urMiure Ktpaired and \arnuhcd.
S eepy Hollow Arm Chairs from fl2tn each.
Entmelcd Covere-1 Lounges aa low aa f5.
A c\ll is reapactfnily a?dioited Iromperao.-a tar
nisuinr tneir housea. as we can ard do sail fan itorc
of oar own m*kr. aa low. if wH lower tl.an ttia
aaroea?yleof workiaot a>ty inaae,)oaa be Loacat
tti.Uu.cay jojt T K p,.ANTJk ca>
Paper Hanaera.l p*olaU^r?ra. sd4
Maoufaeturrra of Famitare.
oc t-3m ' Detreet herwe^n ?th and HHfe.
pRESH GOODS J 1ST aFCElVEP.
Th? aubkcriber hna jual reoaivad. on ooaaif nmaat.
the lollowiua gooda:
*1 l?rre!s No. I M tkCKER KL.ll*,
'?< harre * No. 2 M ACKkR EL, IbV.
io b>rreU No. a MACKEREL, U5?,
?? b-.rr^l? No. 1 H K R KIN?- S,
In k <ia TON?:iH> and -??UN D*1,
10 kids No. 1 MACKEREL,
lk kids No. 2 M aCKKRi L.
la Uernet ? 'OD!'|SlL
At No. 4-.-1 7th stre< t.o^poait^ Patent OtBc?.
Jonast lew.
piWllttN KUOl.FB,
\ A a, Sli p <?? ur, hfttrirm "f M ?{?.,
*\ ''nbiah Aul a.-ul l?:i.t'KA M ?n aw? P?U I.f
III ' 2II> at 1*1 ,'rf?p<v ?e. Ion; 4.1 cent* ? quart. Fatrv,
V cstivata. Balaam! Partieaofail kinds tarnished ou
the a?Mt reasuoabie letiu*.
00 S i > C. N. Ri sltb
| A LK VV IV i:s-A LEW 1V KS.
I ??" RaRR ?*' S Pnme Na. ? now Ai.-wivr? j?-t
reefi?iwl par ach'X>aar Seaea* nle. trom lUx'oo. ai J
lor aala !?> KkKBolk k bl JdULS.
Also, in store and Tor tele?
S Mila. No.9 l^arrc MACKEREL,
1* <<.?. No Jkuiall do.
oc8 H B A 8.
JW. PLANT. UNVKHTAh-Eh. No. 41? TtA
? atreet,betweifn C and H. keepa/ ? ,
7 7 w. ? u sou n, a rept
OOMlftnuy 011 UiUrd fv?ri asr(i?l? r#
l??aa in lua line?a fioc Haarae,
Patent Corpae Preservera, to., Ae. Hia chargesma
moderat e ami hia attestioa inataat 00 call. an? hei r
Of the day or Bi?kt. Uaoka furaiarcd for laaxrtlt at
loweat poeaiSTe rat? apt t?
SIX SVCHND HAND PI A V OS, one f.w *V
S? two for fV?. one for t"5. one for ?I2S. ?rrd mis
f *r #1&|. for amH aa m ?nthiy p*ymenta : alec. Pica> a
furmt; at tnoMaaie Store ot
./gy tv T. wpTrrtnrr
w A DIES' TUCK and aU aorta of COMBS at
r, j_fl BS' P_air_Store., nyir 13th etrect. ?nd^aM.i?

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