OCR Interpretation


Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, March 23, 1863, Image 1

Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045462/1863-03-23/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

1? ?? ??i I ? .
VSt. XXI. WASHINGTON. D. C.. MONDAY. MARCH 23,1868. N2. 8,143.
the evening star.
?
*-LBLl5H?D EVBBY AFTEBNOOJI,
.SUNDAY EXCEPTED,}
AT THIt STAB. BUUDIXGI
ucrantn ms'A Avjcnra aito lira smnrt,
W. P. WALLAOH.
P?p?r* * ~d in yacfcagvebr carrier* at )4 *
or 37 <*Bts per montn. To uiail subscribers
ram priee is #4.50 a rear, sn advanec; far six
zunihs. .71 fox thrco months; aad for less ta??.
lirti n.ii?Ui? ?t tba r*V? of 13 eeuts a week. Single
a^yl.*, r?*? cikt; fn wrappers. two cxirrs.
AD Vr R'lI3EM2M ttl shoutt be Beat to the
OS?? Wfot- ,2 ? o.-?ck atherwia* they u*|r or^t
f?n?r ootii tiae ne*t ?Uy.
a
AIUSTC8 J0HR80N & CO.,
.. u
**9 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
Bktwiih 9th A 10th Bts.,
-t.
(COMBS' BUILDING,}
H*t? Just Received
100 CA.<rES
PE ET. MAECEAUX CHAMPAG3TE
??ItED LAC,"
IN QUARTS AND PINTS.
This 'Wine is pronounced by connoisseurs superior ?
Vo any other brand in the market, anil prom
inent on the Win? list of first-clnjss
New York Hotels anrt Restaurant*.
ALSKJ
100 CASKS GHEE* SEAL,
QUARTS,
Begins the above WinrR, *e hare constantly on
d a fu 1 tuj t?i> of all other well-known brands?
PIPER IIETD5ICK,
EJCIDrlCK A CO.,
M0ET A- CHAN DON
CLIQUOT,
G. II MUMM A CO. Etc.
MJT An ii.rpto'.iin of oar ''.1 ck, wLich i~ n<>w
replete .u every branch, is re-yectr'uliy solicited,
AUG. J0H>?0^i i: TO.
lEsr V tf
V A W N BTIOK K R? P A iVN BROKER /f>\
>.'0. C Pti zrrt. / A
litttt'i. it Mil 'inii ii't/i .? 'r- as. U U
Mfcr.ey advanced < u Gr?ld Silver, Jewelry.
I'ifc ..?? '? i% .mi at. urtic. .*s ir. ^? rd c r ir.
n.*- V2 1 :i ; .IOiIN PfiLl.A A CO.
OSAKil ft PLANTATION B1CT?RS.
I "? y pur.fy, streugihen, ar.d invigorate.
I iiey-create a healthy appetite.
They are fin antidote to change of water and
diet.
Thy overcome effect- of dissipation and late
hours.
1. y strengthen the system and enliven the
mind
Ihey prevent miasmatic and intermittent
fevers.
They purify the breuh and acidity of the
?to in a . h.
They cure liyspep?ia and Constipation.
Tt.?y oure LharTho&a, Cholera and Cholera
Morbus.
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous
Headache.
They are the best Bitters in the world. They
Bake the wenk mar strong, and are exhausted
nature's great restorer. They are made of
pore St. Urvix Knm, the celebrated Calisaya t
Hark, roots and herbs, and are taken with the
p:cu,nre cf a beverage, without regard to age 1
or uu*e ot day. Pai ticularly recommended to
dniiiate persons requiring a gentle stimulant
tSold by all Grocers, Druggists, Hotels, and
Salods. P. H. DRAKE A CO, 202 Broad
way, New York. aep Z5-eo6m
OLD COGNAC
BR AN DIRS,
HENNESSEY, DUPL Y, OTARJ, Etc.,
at
NAQLS'S,
fe 23 '2^9 Pennsylvania avenue.
X'u W37~PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
A M. Biyjyu t'K t CO.'S STORE
ia at
?2"? FssssyiTAsi* Avx*0?,
E'l tc TKirrttn'.k 'trm c.+dmarly opposiit Ga*tier,s.
_j? 15-te
rf'PEKN PEAS {Petite Pois;) Ct?pe?, in oilj;
" ' C*i?--rs, (NcnrRreil; > Prench Pickleg ; Mon
tarae Iaiueriair: Sp*ni?f? and French Olives; An
thoTies; Etrasbonrg Meat??just recaived.
KING tc BURCHELL,
01a r 4 2w Corner 15th st. and Vermont av.
OR MISERY I-THAT 18 THE
OT' KSTION.?The proprietors of the " PAR
AH A N CABINET OP WONDERS, ANATOMYI
ana mELiICINE," have determined?recardleas of
axp?i.?f? to iisae, free, (for the benefit of suffering
hataknily.) /our or their moat Instmctlve and inter- !
Lsctarei on Marriage acd its DisqaaliSoa
Bff' - N^r-7 us Debility, Premature Decline, Indi
Ketlo-) Vf?akne*B, Depression, or ignorance of
irsi?i(>tfT and Nature's Law. These invaluable}
lectures have been the means of enlightening >rui
earing thousands, and will be forwarded free on the
receipt of f->ar stamps, by addressing S*critnn
?xr> -iirr nihntt of Analomv ami Xtduiiu, *63
?r?*?'twaT. N?w Tort. ? lr 13-lr
\I U L E s:
1* I M U L E 8 !!
For * 1 ie or erehan?e. s lot of well-hro
lier tend* k>? : >nntaat
1, ml ) i-nd )<ules and Horties for saiu
J. H. 8HREVE,
fe I? lm* 7th street, between H and I km!
H
HAIR STORE,
? 442 Pa ari?tu,H4ar TKirUtniK st.
\ b%ir colorpj n permAQeut blAck or browa,
" "vfti
C'jLij?, WIGS, ROLLERS, Ac.,
always on hand or made to order at the shortest
aotice. DEPOT POR THE BALE OP
'--Sm BATCHKT>OR"R HAIR DY1.
MA1LLARD CANDYl MAILLARD CANDY
MAILLAKD OANDY !
. ? ? KINO A BURCHEI.L,
' Corner lith ?t tn<l Varmnot iv.
rl ?> O fKCOND 11 AND " ^ "
1 CHICXER1KO PiANO.^fe^^
'or *nit very "heap, at the music st-ir* of Ml %f 1
__m?r 13 W G MRT7BROTT.
A nt '^TirAL TREATISE ON THE STAMP
' ' f J-I * 1st. J3i>2 and Amendatory 8r?tnte?.
n> Ciinec tuwards,author of Receivers in Chan
cery. i yd., $2 ?t.
'?W JRANCK TAYLOR.
" A imilp tu on h?r lip?health vu is herleok,
strength was iD her iUf, end in her hand?Planta
tion Bitters."
S?T?1?60?X.
A few bottles of Plantatioa Bitters
"Will care Nervous Headache.
" Oo'd Extremities and Fsvsrlshe4 Lips.
" Bonr Stomach and Fetid Breath.
11 Flatuleney and Indigestion.
" Nervous Affiactiens.
" Excesaive Fatigue ?nd Short Breath.
" Pain OT?r the Eyea*
" Mental Despondency.
" Prostration ; Great Weakness.
?* Sallow Complexion, Weak Bowels. Ac.
Wfci?h are the evidences ef
LIVER COMPLAINT AND DY8PEPBIA.
It ia estimated that seven-tenths of all adult
ailments proceed from a diseased and torpid lircr.
The biliary secretions of the liver overflowing into
the stcni&cli poison the entire system and exhibit
the above symptoms.
After long research, we are able to present th?
most ntnsrkable cure for these horid nightmare
diseases, the world h&sever produced. Within one
year ovtr si\ hundred and forty thousand persons
have takes the Plantation Bitters, and not an in
stance of compiaint ha* come to our knowledge !
It is a most effectual tonic and agreeable stimu
lant. suited to all conditions of life.
. The reports that it roliea upon mineral sub
stances for its active properties, are wholly false.
For tte public satisfaction, and tbat patients may
eonmlt their physicians, we append a list of its
components.
Calisaya Bark?Celebrated for over two hundred
yeais in the treatment of Fever and Ague. Dyspep
sia, Weakness, 4c. It was introduced into Europe
by the Countess, wife of the Viceroy Peru, in isUi),
ami afterwards subi by the Jesuitn/or the. enormous
prire of its otrn weight in sili-er, under the naoie of
Jesuit's J'owdrrs, and was Anally made public by
Louis XVI, King of France. Humboldt makes
especial relertnce to its febrifuge qualities during
his South American travels,
Caiscakii.la Bark?For t.iarrho-a, colic and dis
eat"-sof the stomach and bowels.
1>aki>elios? For inttamation of the loins and
dropsical affections.
Chamomile i'l.oWKRs?For enfeebleddideation.
Lavkndkk Ftewm-Aromatic, stimulant and
tosic?highly invigorating in nervous debility.
W' N t khi.kekn? For scrofula, rheumatism, c.
Anise?Aa arouiatic carminative ; creating liesli,
muwcie and milk: much used by mothers narsing.
Also, clove buds, orange, carraway, coriander,
snake-root, &c.
S. T ?1 ?fiO?X.
Another wonderful ingredient, of Spanish origin,
imparting beatty to the complexion and brilliancy
to the mind, is yet unknown to the couimeice of
the world, ar.d we withhold its name for the
present,
IMPORTANT CERTIFICATES.
Rnihfstrr. V. y., Dtrember 18, 1-551.
Mess*rs. P.H. 1>rakk AMJo.:?1 have bwu a great
S'jflerer from Dyspepsia for three or four years, ant
had to abandon ray profession. About tnree
months ago I tr^ed the i'latiTatiou Bitters, and to
my R-rest jo>, 1 am now nearly a well man. I have
recommended them in acveral cases, and, a= far as
I ktcw, always with sienal benefit,
lam respectfully yours,
REV. J. t>. CATdORN.
Philadelphia. H?A M-mlh, Wh Day, lfc'"2.
Rf-pectkp Fkicxi;:?My daughter has been
much benefitted by the r.se of ttiy Plantation Bit
ttrs. Thou wi t seed me two bottles more.
I by friend. ASA CURRIN.
Sh'^mfn ffCh'rrtzn T'l.. /?'<?, 11. 18*?.
Messrs P H, Ukakk At Co :?Please sond
another twelve cases ot your Plantation Bitters.
A* r i oriiing *n?etizer. they appr&r to have su
perceded everything else, and j?re greatly es
teemed
Yours, Arc., GA(JE ic WAITE.
Arrangements hav e been Completed- < supp v
iiuy demand for this article, which from lack of
government stamps has not heretofore been poSsi
bie.
The public may rest as-ured that in no case wil
the,perfectly j ure standard of the Plantation Bit
ter* b? departed from. Every bottle b'ar* th'far
,\tv. ? u <t/ our ?inii'tturi oh a sietl plate engraving, ot
tl rr'nt:iil hi liKiiliint.
Sell by al! Dnitftfist', Grocers and Dealers
throughout the country.
P. II. DUAKi: it CO.,
mar 2-eolit U02 BROAWAY, N. V.
J^ELAWARJfi t 1 A T i LOTTERY.
DKAWN EVERY WEDNESDAY IN THE MONTH
Id PRiZEes or $1,000!
?3^ 000 ' J?M
DPT. A WA r, F ST J TP. I.O TTF.R Y,
Auiheized by " An Act tor the Encouragement of
Internal Improvements in State of Delaware.-''
JOHN A. MORRlTA. CO., Managers.
DRAWN EVERY WEDNESDAY IN THE MONTH
30 Phizks ok f 1,000 Kierc.
SiiCOjiD Capitai. i'Ri/i: $11,000.
SOU EM E.
lprizeof 832,<"X' js? .^,.$42,U0(i
I p.iieof lt.unoi? liquet
lpriseof 7.092.80 is -w.. ^?7,0?2.ao
1 prize ot" av <*), i prize ot' 1
lprizeof 4,0'Hi, lprizeof 4.0OO, I
1 prize of 4,000, 1 prize of 4,rtuo, j
lprizeof 4.0I.U, 1 jtrize of 4 (??>, t cn .im
lprizeof 4,000, lprizeof 4,'*i01 , ' * '
lprireof 4.0(.o, 1 prize of 4.ou0,
1 prize of 4 uOo, 1 prize of 4,Ut?i, j
1 pi fze of i?0W, J
t prize of ?2,0f>O, 1 prize of ^.OiVi, ^
l pr rj of sr^oott, 1 prize of |
i priz'} ol WW, lprizeof 2,000, i
lprizeof 2,0O\ lprizeof 2,000, .'
lprizeof 2,(>0o, lprizeof 2,(*W,
1 prize of 2,ooo, l prize of 2,ooo, 1
1 prize of $1,000, 1 prize of SLfW),
I pifze' of l.roo, lprizeof l.Ooo,
lprizeof 1,0"0, lprizeof 1,00",
lprizeof 1,00", 1 prize of 1.00U,
1 prize of lolto, ] prize of, l.Ouil, ?-.?*?
lprizeof l.OOo. 1 prize yf l.otB', t '*"*? *'?
lprizeof 1,000, lprizeof l.ooif, I
lprizeof i,fto, lprizeof 1.?ni, f
lprizeof 1 ,oo0, Ipnwnf l,'*(o I
lprizeof l.oW", 1 prize "f l,00o. J
1 prize of ?500, 1 prize or 5?o,
lprizeof floo, lprizeof ??o, |
1 prize of SOo, lprizeof JSoO,
I prize cf SO", lprizeof 800,
1 prize of too, 1 prize of Soft, i M
1 prize of 50?; 1 prize of ??<; i" *,?000
1 prize of ?*', 1 prize of #oo,
lprizeof #00, lprizeof S00,
1 prize of /i0o, 1 prize of iW,
lprizeof 800, lprizeof fllK', ,
2<C prizes of $2*) are 43,300
6.5 prizes of 100are 8A)0
65 prizes of Ware ~ ? *,J0o
prizes of 7u are 4,550
prizes of 60 are ? 3 JfiO
4^1i> prizes of >J are
27,0-v? prizes of 10 are 27tf 4fK)
prizes? *Monnting to..$593,392.80
Tickets 810; Halves $6; Quarters $2%; Eighths $1.^
DRAWN EVERY WKDNK8DAY IN TU1 MONTH
|9~AH orders for Tickets in the above Lottery
should be addressed to JOHN A. MORRIS ft CO.,
Wilmington, Delaware. mar 6-taprl*
1V0TICE TO SUTLERS' AND OTHERS.-We
IA have in Store?
?.V dozen FlO PANS.
do TIN PLATED.
3?? do PINT CUPS.
- do Ql"ART Cri'8.
2>/ .lo QUART CUP8, with covers
1J do POCKET KNIVES.
12.i do KNIVES and FORKS.
Ktt .to Ct'FFEE POTS.
Wholesale manufacturers of Tj? Wjgj.^
3*21 Peun. avenne, Washington, D. 0,
mar 1-Mw [Qhrow-l
OH. C0MEW1TT ME !
COME WHERE?
Why, to the Central Hotel Restaurant. Yes,
sir. th*i's th? plan, for the old and popular corner
ha* t-een fitted uu in the most costly style, with
marble counters,tiled floors, &.t. Choicest brands
of I.iqfisrsatthe bar and every deli?acy of the sea
son can be had at all hours, in the most cleanly
fiaimer. at the shortest notice. Prices moderate.
H.D GELSTON. Proprietor. Rooms for private
parti- s. Central Hotel, S.W. corner of Penna av.
and 6th st. la 20-3m*
"(iUCEB,
CAT(*DP. fte.
AT
N A G L K 'S.
fv zi PvBiib?iv&nla &T?aue.
PERSONAL.
MK8. L. SMITH, Glalrvayant, Test Medium, No.
336 soath B street, between 1st and 3d ate.,
Capitol Hill, next doof to National Honse; af*w
doevti Worn McPkersonV Apothecary, s*m? aide;
yellcw blinds. Mrs. Smith ksah old standing dis
eases by magnetism, converses with year deceased
friends; describes them; gets naisjas: also sees your
living husbands, brothers, wives, children, lovers,
4wfiilw them, tells their character, an? diseases,
and all about them. Hoars lrom 10 till 8 p. m. Sit
tings tl. mar 23 2w?
Mmagnbtiami
B8. WREN Still continues to
CUBE ALL DI8BA8E8
HAND MA&N1TI8M.
Call and see (this city) testimonials. 415 K st.
Washington. i marS-lm*
]V1 NO IMPOSITION.
IT! ADAME BOSS, Doctreas and Astrologist. was
born with a natnral gift. She tolls the past and
future?was never known ta fail. Cause speedy
marriages, brings together those long separated.
Cures all diseases: business Btrictly confidential.
No. 435 If street West, between (5th and fth, aanx
the Patent OlEee. The only person that can shew
a likeness ef future hasband or absent fr;end ia
reality. Ladte* 8? cents; gentlemen ?1. fe 24 lm*
T U A M S 111.1? tiltKAl1 KA8TJRN
FROM NEW lORK TcTlIVERPOOL.
TltK STRAVSHir i
GREAT EASTERN,
?WALTER PAT0N Commander,
WILI. BC DlbPATCHEW
fbom Liverpool. fhom sew tork,
Sstor-lsy Aprils. Saturday Auril 25.
Tuesday May 19. Tuesday June 9.
First Cabin. from ?96 to $ lib
each berth, according to size, situation and accom
modation of the Slate Rooms; all having the same
privileges in tfee Saloons in regard to meals and
attendance. Suits of apartment* for families may
r.t-erigaied by special agreement.
Excursion Tickets out and back, in the 1st Cabin
only, a fare and a half.
Sen ants accompanying pacf.engers, and children
ender twelve years o' age. haif fare. Infants free.
Skcond Cabin.?State R?om berths, meals
furnished at separatt tables $7u
Third Cabik?Intermediate State Rooms, pas
sengers found with beds, bedding, table uton
sils. and good substantial food
Stkkkaoic. with snprrior aeonmmodati ns . ,$;fi
All fnrps payable in Gold, or its equivalent in U.
S. currency.
Each pa?aenger allowed twenty cubic feet of
luggage An expi rienr.nl Pnrreon onboard.
For freight and p*??gn apply to CHARLES A.
WHITNEY, at theOtlio '20 BKOADWAY.
m 20-tjeO HOWL IX D A. ASPIN W ALL. Agents^
/^akriagus: - carriages:!
I CARRIAGES!!!
I have now on hand and daily receiv- ^
ing fine assortment of FIRST Cl-AsS
CARRIAGES, made by the best buiid
ers in the country; consisting of one splendid full
Caleehe. ensCaleche Coach. Brett's; four sud six
seat Rock away s and Gerninnt owns. Boat Wagons
for two or four persons. Doctors'Phaetons. Plain
and nhiftirg Ton Bi:;.-gies. ogelher with a number
of SECOND HAND CARRIAGES but little uaed;
also, several splendid sleighs, all purchased for
cash, and ran be sold to suit the times to those who
call soon at No. 109 Pennsylvania avenue.
_marl8 frn_ _ THOMAS YOUNG.
Internal revenue stamps,
OF EVERY DENOMINATION,
Can be had at all times hereaft?r
AT THE COLLECTOR'S OFFICE,
No. 47tiSavKsiH Street,
Opposite Post Office Ifc-FnTtvunt.
8. J i BOW EN,
Collector of Internal Revenue fer the
fe 36 tf District of Columbia.
??' FINE HORSES.
A HE Subscriber is constanll} in receipt of very
fine liORSKS lor sale, sinule and matched,
harnecK and riding horses, They are *e- '[..r
iecteo by himself a! tbo North expressly *?
for this market, aod some among them cannot fail
to pieiuse any ore who w-shes to purchase such
steck He will sell them low for cash, and respect
ftill v invites all who want either Buggy Carriage.
Draft or Riding Horses to give him a call at nis
sales and exchange stable s, on Louisiana avenue, :
south side, between tith and 7th sts
mar7-tf JOS. L. HE13E.
Adams express company,
OFFICE *14 PA. AVENUE,
WmhinttoA City, B.C. '
GREAT EASTERN, NORTHTTRN AND WEST- 1
3 ERN EXPRESS FORWARDERS!
MERCHANDISE MONEY, JEWHLRY, VALC i
A BLEB, NOT KB. SH OC K3, BONDS. Ac.
forwardpd with SAFETY AND DISPATCH tm a:. I
accessible fi^ctionB of the country. Thia Company !
haa agenciea in tke principal Hallway Towns is ?
'"NORTH, EAST, WEbT, AND NOBTHWE3T.
Its principal c5!c:b are
WASHINGTON, D. C., NEW YOUR, BOSTON
taILADfcLriiI.V,' 3ALTIMORE OJN
CINNATI, St'. LOUfS, LOUIS
VILl-li, LEXINGTON
Ocjan#ctions aro male ftt Yorli Bo8tow
irltb !In*is forwardint: to tbe O AN ADAS the
BiUTlSH PROVINCES and with ate-uns'iiy iiurt
w LIVEKP00I-, SOUTHAMPTON 1IA\R8
aad thertioe V?y Koropef-n expresses to ail proti;n?ii*.
4niainerci&i towni in (ireat Britain aoa on t)>& 0:>d
"'cedketion of NOTES. DBA*T."?? %n<t BILLS
\X all accessible rarta of the United ^tat? a.
0. 0. DINS, ArfenS,
jWashington. D. O.
TRUNK MA VD FACTORY
4W8 Sktksth St., rtismsuus, D. C.
8i'rer Medal awarded by Maryland Institute of
timore, November?, 130',
A'so Mad%i by Metropolitan Mechanic's InstituU
Washington, D. C., 1JS>.
btt. eon^tnntly mailing,and alwaysj
have on hand, of th? best ma
terial. every description of
fine SOLE LEATHER,
IROi; FRAME,
LADIES' aRE?8,
WOOD BOX, and
PACKi-NG TRUNKS
fJLLISSIER, CARPET, and _
CAJTVAS TRAVELING BAGS.
SCHOOL SATCHELS, &'?
AT LOW PRICES.
Members of Cocgre.mt aad Travelers will pmase
?ihmine mj atock before purclmaing e.aewaera
renka that tre made Cn other oitieH
Superior LEATHER and DRESS TRUNKS mad*
tolSuNk8 COVERED and REPAIRED at akorl
B^oods delivered free of charge to any part of tk*
?>?? ?d ""TmW B. I0PHAM.
DIABT,
fSGM KlkOR 4, lafil, TO soyanBiB 12,1861.
ky
ADAM GUROWSKI.
HXILPRIN'S Bookstore,
de 13 tf M4 Pa. avenae.
1
ts J. HEIBERGER 4: CO.,
1 . Suceessors to
H. F. Locdoh A Co.,
CITIZENS' AND MILITARY
HEKCHAXT TAILORS,
MiTaopouta* Hotbl,
(Lat* Brown s.)
44-tf 3?# Pa. avenae. Washington. P. O.
I AD IKS' BALMORAL* AND C0NGRES8
u BOOTS, of Glove Call Lasting Moroc- ^
oo, etc., Misses' and Children's BalmoralsBM1
aiid Boots of every description, Gum Longw HI
Boots, and Shoes, Military and Drees*
Beots, Boys' Long Boots, in great variety, at the
lowest pcsaible pr;c s, at No. 16 Market Space, Pa.
^u^tween ?k and 9th
J^JASSBY COLLINS Sc. CO.'8
PHILADELPHIA
DKAUUHT ALE AKD PORTER.
I am now receiving large ?nantities of DRAUGHT
ALE and PORTER from thio celebrated Erowsn
which I am prepared to furnish on short notice to
all persona who will favor me with tkeir ordera.
Satisfaction guarantied.
Orders given to my drivers will be promptly at
Vended to.
Goods delivered In all parts of Washington an?
Georgetown, free of charge.
TermsCask on <Ul*v*ry.
RILBT A. 8HINN, Agent,
Wnion Bottling Ikpot, 67 Green St.,
do 4-tf Georgetown, D O
Meats,
VEGETABLES.
FRUITS, FISIM SOUP,
in Hermetically Sealed Cans, at
NAGLE'
fa 23 Pennsylvania avenue.
iOOTS AND SHOES T0^8UIT THB TIMES.
We are now manufacturing all kinds of B00T8
and 8HOE8, and constantly receiving a sap-, ~
ply of Eastern-made Work of every descnp-1
lion, made expressly to order, and will bel
sold at a much lower price than has been
heretofore charged in this eity for muck inferior
"persoias In want of BOOTS and SHOES ef Eastern
or City made work, will always find a good assort
ss"Io"?? "effiVfiTi i;'rTth&" "
ap 5tf,r 314 Pennsylvania avenue.
IISAAO HERZBERG,
LICENSED PAWNBROKER, at tktOld Stand,
istalli*ktd M5S.-?lp,noo to be loaned, on
gold and silver watches, jewelry, guns, pis- JL X
to Is silver ware and waring apparel. V tf
Bememfeer, the place is 3S1 C street, in rear ef
National.Hotel, between 4>S rjid tth sts.
Aii iransactions strictly confidential- ja 14 3m
B
X JjyJ J iff
m
AMUSEMENTS.
GROVER'S THEATRE.
MFHB1LYANIA ATSRUI.bmi Willed'? Hotel
(iKMfAftD Qiotm ? Mm?Il
LA8T WEEK ?F THE COMBINATIOH
OP TRAGIC ARTISTS.
E. L. DAVENPORT,
And J. W. WALLACE, Jr.,
supported by
ADA PARKER,
CHARLES BARRON And J. B. WHITING,
THIS EVENING,
For the first time, the historical dramatic ro
tcax<-e, written expressly for J. W. Wallaek, and
performed by him in Europe aad America !or
mr>re thsn ,T0 night*. tk*
ILON MASK.
Leon de Bourbon J. W. Wallaek, Jr
(Afterwarrfa the Mho in the Iron Mask.)
Roehefort, a Hozuenot. E. L Davenport
Hortense ?e Plermont Adn Parker
St. Mar*. Governor of Burgundy Chas. Barron
If lit her Matur'.n, guardian to Leon B-n Rogers
Marquis de Louvois?. J. E. Whiting
WST Tuesday, by request.
Macbeth _
WASH IN QT O N THEATRE.
CORNER ELEVENTH AND O STREETS.
MAKA6KK8 MRiMfcS. M 4KHKH A GOPSOW
Btagi H.'.xaokk _??..P*1CD. G. M*?r.Ba
Tbbasdrbr Gso. W. Fakrsx
MONDAY EVENING. March 23.
The Management take great pleasure in announc
ing that MATILDA HEYiON will have the honor
of appearing in her great cliaraoter of Jsidy Ed>'h,
pronounced bv the press and public of New York
a? fnllv equal lo the impersonation of '"Cam lie "
The incident of Eimth has been taken from the
celebrated novel of Ea>t Lysnk. and dramatized
by B'l;j. E. Wolf, of Bnftoa, and produced at
Niblo's Garden during lier recent e.igagn-nent,
whirh stamped MATIDA HERON a* the jirst nt
trirs of Aintricn, and Editit tkr play of the
ort
The present dramatization c f Mrs. Wood's gr^at
novel of "East Lynne" presents the touching in
cidents f f tbat work in a light at once moral and
most st-iking. Miss Heror's impersonation of
''Lady Isabel," or "Edith" as she is termed in this
play i? one of the most remarkable efforts of mod
em histrionic genius.
THIS EVEN INS,
EDITH, OH TI1E EARL'S DAUGHTER.
lady Edith, / Matilda Heron
Maeaim- Vine. \
Alfred Morieigh?. T. IF. Knight
CANTERBURY HALL,
LOUISIANA AV.. sbAa 8i*th 8tbim,
THE GREAT CONGRESS OK ARTISTES; AND
REPRESENTATIVES OF
MIRTH. WIT, AND BEAUTY,
Will appear in
THE BEST BILL. OK THE SEASON.
Evi.-nv Ntuur Tins Week.
The Canterbury Troupe continues t? attract tre
mendous. crowds of intelligent and amu.-eniont
loving auditors, which proves the Canterbury is
without exception
THE GREAT MUSIC HALL OF THE WORLD.
The present Conspanv contains
T11E LARGEST NUMBER OF STARS
Ever appearing ?'? one stage at the same time.
Eiiher one ofth?*m is sufficient to attract a crowded
house.
lour: p.ehold: and wonder
AT THIS LIST OF STAR^ 1
MISS JULIA MORTIMER,
MISS RATE PENNOVKB,
MISS EKNSTINE DE FAIBER.
Miss Lillie Brandon. Miss Kate Harrison, Miss
Beula Wolbert, Miss Annie Edwards. Mi=s Jenmo
All> u. M He Jennie, an* l^a Petite Kty.a. Mr. W. If.
Egan. Minis Siolloay. Mr. Billy Emerson, Willis
Armstrong, J. J4- Clarke, and Master Johnv.
A TROUPE OK ARTISTS
Sueh as are seldom seen within the wall- of a
Ml .-lo tlALK,
The above Large and Talented Company will ap
pear in a selection ot
teOM-* DUETTS. DANCED. NEGRO COMICALI
TIES. PANTOMIMES. 4c.
Lfl*t Week ?>f
1HK GIPSY TRIO,
THE COURT OF BEAUTY
in the beautiful Chinese Ballet, entitled
HON TON t. HON TON-LAW, or
THE F EST IN A L CELESTIALS.
The entetiaituieiit w ill conclude with Lhi '?*kllot j
lujlloiniun. ntit'od
VOL-AU-VENT. or THE MILLERS.
Doors open at 7 o'clock ; p*rt.?riii!<.DCe at 8
Admission 25 cents; Ornnest.ru Arin Chaffs, 50
cents; Private Hoses < holding six,) ?5.
A (t RAN I) clATlyftiR
SATURDAY A*TERN OON, at 2 o'clock,
Iok La#ibs ani> Cjiii.i?kk.v.
Doors open 2 o'clock. Adtni ssion?ladies, ;p> cts.;
children, i" cts.
vv
I L L A It D S ' HALL
MADAME ERNESTINE DE VILL1ERS'
Second Grand
?\0~AL AMI TN'StKUMKN TAL CONCERT.
Tl I ShA\ EVEA'IDH?. fll lliCU *4, 1*03.
Assisted by tho most celebrated Artists
Miss SOPHIA SCHMIDT,
Mrs. R. CLUSS,
Mr. WILHELM DOEHLER.
Mr. JINGNICRKL.
Mr. WOOLF.
Tickets fcr sale at the Music Stores and at the j
door.
Wf Admission One Dollar. It* (
A IDD FELLOW&' HALL!
I I ODD FELLOWS' IIALL 1
WYMANf
\\ VMAN :
VENTRILOQUISM !
VENTRILOQUISM !
MAGIC '
MAGIC '
DANCING BABIES!
DANCING BABIES !
EVERY NIGHT TIHS WEEK
EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK
MATINEE SATURDAY!
? mar 21 tit* MATINEE SATURDAY !
s
TO THE LADIES.
HOES'. Shoi-s ' Hioes! well i;-ade Shoes!
Either Slipper or Gaiter wlucQever you choose ;
Or. if you prefer a neat Bal-noral,
We vrill pkdg. oui *.old. Indies, have it you suall. j
For a teat little Toot, at a moderate pries
We have a Shoe, la-Jies. we know yoa 1! call nice ;
They are rot of that style that might scare the j
w i tc) c it
But are made to ?uit ladiiS?sewed with neat little
stitches.
Novr, ladies, we are determined to please you,
With Gaiter Biot,Slipper or ntat little Tie,
If kind curiosity only would seize you, . j
And you only would say, I tpill go and try
At the Cheap Store on llth, near the corner of L.
Where, the people do SAy. great batyains they sell.
Now. if vou will come, we'll be ready to show you
Our new stock of goods just received tor the
fpTing, , ?
And if you are not ruited, our regrets we shall owe
you? , , .
But we do not, ivd- '-d,fear rmy *vch thrnv.
And tbe gentlemen, too, we would like to ?ee suited,
If tbey will only ?ive us a can ; v . .
For if they wish to be shc ed, slippered or bootel, j
M< Kt Idtn k Stanlty art rendy for all.
New, we wculd not forget our favorite ones?
The brigi.t little bqys wio love their new Shoes ; :
And we promise the fathers who come with tkeir J
8<*I1S
Tfcat bj d^alin^ v\th u? they notking: shall Iobo. j
-IcKELDEN A STANLEY,
m2") 3t* Ne 390 Eleventh St.,bet. K and L. ;
J^OriCE OF REMOVAL CP STAIRS
The ladieR and public are respectfully informed j
that the establishment sc. well known as
GIBBS'HAIR STORE.
will in future be carried on Up Stairs in the same
building, where a full assortment of VN:^s. Ilalf
Wigs, Braids, Curls, Puffs, Bandeaus, Ac., will be
always on hand or made to order at the shortest ;
.lotice. . ?
Also, fine Perfunaejry, Extracts, Combs, Brushes,
'.let Mirrors, Soaps, Deutifrices, Joseph Anthoa
.ina Cologne and T?ilet Articles generally.
h. (jrlolSi^,
?242 Penn. avenue. Up Stairs.
te^Hair worked into Ornaments, Repaired, Ex
cbanged, Ac. fe 28-eolm
N H AND AND IfOR SALE?3,< <*> Smoked and
^alt Beef Tongues, 3.<*W Sheep T.-ugues.
lbs. of the best Salt Beef, plate and brisket, cured
in the best manner. For sale lower than the same
article can be bought for elsewhere. Also, a c jn
htai-t suoply c.< Fresh Mea's.
JOHN HOOVER, corner 8th and D Fts.,
mar IS Jin* and in Center Mark"t.
JAMAICA,
ST, CROIX,
ARRAC RUM.
Qf Direct Importation,
? AT
N A G L E '8,
f?jS 2W9 Pennsylvania avenue.
-_JA\ANA AND DawEalIC aBQAB3,
CHEWING ANDgM0KWG TOBACC0>
Of all manufa^ures, at
N A G L E ' S,
fe ys >jh9 Pennsylvania avenge.
VDAML ~MXBESS OOM^AXIY."
KCTICE Of REMOVAL.
The DELIVERY OFflOE of thla CJoapanr :?
HenDVedfroa Thirtf ntreettoth? largedepo^on B
Ittmt.MtvMi ?d aad 14 *****
VV
RAPPING PAPER and pApBB bag8
Format aDAMSON'B.
80t> Ninth street, next to
n'.sr C tf Ferry's Dry Goods Store
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS,
[ASSOCIATED PBKSN DISPATCHES ]
THE WAR IN TF.Ni1K.SSEE,
A Four H?ur?' Fight.
MrRFREEBBoiio', March 20.?Major General
JiaiUek, General-in-Chief .???Gen. Reynolds re
ports that Col. Hall's brigade, whilst on a scout
near Milton, Tenrereee, on the road to Liberty,
was attacks this morning by Morgan's and
Breckinridgc's cavalry, about"eight or ten re
giment, and after a four hours' fight, whippet
and drove them with a loss to as ot serea killed
and thirty one wounded, including on- cap
tain. The rrfcel lo?t is thirtv or forty killed, in
eluding three commissioned officers, one han
dred and forty woundrd, and twelve prisoners,
including three commissioned officers.
W.-S. RouiCKiHS, Major General.
ktrthrj: rAUTicriARs.
Cincinnati, March Si.?The Gazette has ad
ditional particulars of the Milton battle. Our
forces were commanded by Col. Hall, of iho
ll-ith Ohio, who. finding that he was being at,
tacked by superior numbers, fell backtoamm
manding position, and sent a courier io Mnr
frrrsborof for reinforcements, promising to
hold liis ground until they should arrive.
1'artot the rebel cavalry dismounted and at
tacked our position with impetuosity, but were
reyti?6?d at every point. A section of the 1st
Harris battery kept up the most effective tire.
The enemy massed thr^e regiments and charged
our battery with hideous yells, hut the intst
Ir diana regiment, who were lying concealed
behind their battery, waited until the rebels j
were within yards, when they opened a de
st i uctive 'fire, causing them to recoil and finally
reireat in confusion from the field, leaving
their dead and wounded. Col. Hall's victory
was complete beiore his reinfore-ments ar
rived. Among the rebel killed were one colonel
and one captain aud three lieutenants. Our j
loss was 7 killed and 31 wounded. The battle !
lasted about four hours.
THE WAR IN KENTI'KY.
Capture oi Mount Sterling by the Rebels. I
Cincinnati, March 22.?A special dispatch j
from Paris, Kv., to the Commercial says that '
the rehii Col. Clarke surrounded Mount Sterl- t
ing with SOU men at two o'clock 111i - morning, j
Our forces, amounting to only 2>to men, fought
from the houses for four hours: but was finally
compelled to surrender; the rebels then burned j
the town. It is believed that the rebels intend !
attacking Paris to-niglit.
From ( aliforuia aud ( liiua.
San Francisco, March is.?The markets art
dull; sales of2,WJ0 tons anthracite coal at i
*15,30.
Hong Kong dates of"the 19th of Jan nary are ;
received. Black and Oolong teas had declined.
The shipment of American cotton goods to 1
New York continued ; raw cotton wa- weaker
but in demand for America and Kngland.
The rebels menaced Ningpo, but in conse- !
quence ot supposed arrangements securing
British neutrality, they no longer approach ;
within thirty miles of Shanghai.
San Francisco, March 20.- Reliable art Ices ;
from the City of Mexico, to the 2d inst., states
that the French were then eleven leagues from
the City of Mexico, and no sign;-of an imme
diate advance.
Mr. Crittenden has been released upon evi- i
Oence not implicating him with the privateer
Chapman. Twnety-five men were captured on
the vessel, ami confined in Fort Albatross.
Achievements of the Negro Brigade.
New York, March 21.- The steamen British
onei n, from Havana, 11th, via Nassau, re
ports that the Rebel steamer Cuba arrived at
Havana on the 11th, trom the coast of Florida,
with six hundred bales of cotton. The port
Royal New Sou ill, of the Hth, says that Jack
sonville was taken by the colored brigade on .
;lie Kttli instant.
Tiie negroes behaved with great propriety,
ami in) ojuewas harmed. Out be; lib. tj.Uonel i
Moflt;jom< ry, with two hundred men, bad a
sharp sWrrhish, three miles from the town', '
with * wo hundr d Rebels: BaldwiuV the con
junction ol the Jacksonville and Tallahassee
ami the Cedar Keys K.ulioads. is supposed to
be the point aimed at by the ? \peditioti.
Pennsylvania 'I own Election*
IUahp.o, Murch 21.?At th? town elections
yotMtrday Jon>-j>ii, >. huyur (demo.-rat) was
e.cv i it mayor l>y 2!;> majority over Duuiel I.Ic- I
Knight(r publican.) Wjr. JTeindricli (demo- ;
era! j was electedtreasutfprby2(J7 majority over j
John Heller, (repul lie.m,1 and Henry K?rper ,
(demociAij was ejected auditor by inajo.ity
o*er A. K. MaullVr, (rt ,.!iblic.ui.>
No!:i:isa<-WN, March :1?At Iheehirtefelec
tion j> ? terday the Vision candidate for burgess I
wa "el?|it? d hy S4malrtrfty. The Cuion ticket
Viae elected m ail the wards.
i till era 1 ui <?eu. ,SutiMi*r.
SYJtArt se, Mar< h 22.?The Common Coun- :
cil and citizens met last evening to make ar
raitgt mints for the funeral of Major General
mi'.i it. A committee of fifti-en were appoint
ed, w ho made arrangements for the funeral to
tak' place on W'ednt sday at it o'clock. the ob
sequies to be strictlj- military. Invitations j
weTe < x tended to Generals tvott, MeClellan, j
Wocl, Fremont. Bnrnsl.ie, Franklin, Peck,and s
Siocnm, also to Governor Seymour and others.
I ire at Bosto u.
Boston, March 22.? The Building No. 11 j
Kingston street, occupied by George H. Fox, j
engineer and machinist, and other parties,was
! < arlv destroyed by lire this morning. Mr. j
1 ox is engaged largely on government work, !
including th< manufacture ot fuses. His lo^s !
is estimated :it between 6-ih,' 0u Jind VSU,<>00,
mostly insured.
The R e * oi ut ion iu St. Uominsjo Suppressed.
Nt.w York, March 22.?Havana advices
qonvey intelligence of the suppression of the
rebellion in St. Domingo. Only one skirmish
had occurred, and th-: insurgents were dis
persed by the Spanish forces, which defeated
them. It was said that they numbered only
ihr?e hundred.
Fire iu Chicago..
ChK'A< 6, March SI.?Yesterday the chair and
furniture factory of Herirfan & Rackie mid six
dwellings were entirely 'destroyed by a fire,
caused by the explosion of the factory boiler.
Four persons were dangerously wounded.
Loss six thousand dollars: partially insured.
Reported Defeat of Morgan's Cavalry.
Pi!li.AriEM'HJA, March 2V-?An unautlieiUi
?ated report-has just reached heiv stating that
a portion of Gen. Stanley's force encountered
Jcbn Morgan's cavalry at McMinnville yes
terday, and defeated them badly, dri\ ing them
entirely off.
The Privateer Retribution.
Nfw York, March 22?Nassau ad\ic?* ot ?
the Kith ^tate that the privateer Retribution j
was condemned, and sold at auction to tha ]
bJcckade runner Adderley, and the sale is re
p( rt?;d to have been a bogus allair. The officers ?
and crew were still Nassau.
Another Privateer Steamer.
Nkw York, March C2.?The advices from
Nassau say the steamer Georgian a at that porr.
had two heavy gnn-s mounted on her arrival,
and when she was searched by order of the
Governor, a report was made that she vas an
"armed merchanuvan."
Snow Storm at Fortre-*Monroe.
FnkT.UB.s8 Mokroh, March 21.- There was a
great snow etor&i here yesterday. The snowis
over a fort deep. * This morning it is blowing
heavilr, with rain. Baromei?r 3".4jo, ther
momceter 37: wind northeast. No disinters
are yet leported.
Run the Blockade.
Nfw York. March 91.?The steamer British
Qve? n Horn Havana on the iltli, via Nassau,
repents that the rebel steamer Cuba had ar
rived at Havana on the 14th, from the coast of
Florida, with six hundred bales of cotton.
Capture of n Prize.
Nnv York. March 22.?Advices have been
rece'.vid of the capture off Abaco, ol the
tchoon*r Albert, from Charleston* with !J>0
t ale^ of ?otton, by one of our gunboats.
St Louis Polities.
S r. Long, Mar,ch 21?The ?'charcoal" 6r
rad cal wing of tho emancipation party nonu
na: d Chauncey J. Filly for Mayor to-day.
The tipper Mississippi.
I.a^rosp, Wi?., March 20?The st?wuner
Keokuk-has started for Lake Pepin, the Mis- i
siisij.pi b.ing rtow open to that point.
t he New finuhoat la<co.
Porti ann, March 22.?The new gunb#at
lasco, from Bath, Me., for Boston, arrived here
to-day.
ffl
THE WEEKLY STAR.
^1 . ?>> j t \fj
excfilf*t Faaiir ?ad Heirs c9S
?*!?? a #r??t?r TiHftr of lBl.rw.tin? r**,ti<.?
***? ** found In aay otbar?to .mm.^ 0B
ItHay norain*.
T?*?.#-??J,
Blade COPT, Mr mm)in ?| ea
#iTe eft?hn ^
?ir? 9 0*
Twenty-Hv* coyl-* . _ 5(1
tt# "WaehiEgica ?m -
*fl *"* ^ !*>??& Frtntng iStt* ?<rrttL?te *0
nunllT ttroBcboBt t&o ccuntrv
*??8? l1* *&vv*n) amn ee ?w*rs*
at tk? MtwUr, |ngf, ?f tfc.
?aper. Prloe-TKKB* UXN7S. . .J r
LOCAL NEWs.
rrr~
u
i*ncB*K.M*v CAM* -Juugc l'ur
fli ?i ^'P^rua' Court, delivered his com -
.. ? B*rnev case SnUirriny. it
TP . Wnrmbrwd that 'in Jiccarv la.-; tL?
Orphans* Court. pronounced & Ann) dnrw nv
pMil 110c Dr. Harrey Liqdatey guardian cc the
minor children 01 Samuel t.haee iittrtev uc
( Onrt bctug of Opinion thai! he had k*t hi* inar
n?I Tignr? as bustard ana n.itnfal guardiatr fcr
the dime of <ilTor<v or .T?*,u.r eo?,?*y. I^wh
lu this decree the will o: Ldward iJeKraff;
(w Wme the j.rvj^rt^ j6 darn ed; was also re,
'fr:f??, *.ia c CntJti?d Jo ereat conslder.v.
oni ?be wi 11 vipmMy declaring thnt nchu
tar.d ot hi* (li*>KraffY'fc) daughter should ev*r
a: any time tontrol the rstate devised by baa.
It,x?,Ull?. d*cisicn Barney appealed to the 0>r
< uit LouH of this District, and the decision cT
-be Orphan** f oort was reversed. An antwa'
was Then taken by J. W. DeKraffl, ae*t fr*.*l
ot the children, to the Supreme Court of ih*
I nitid Staus, but dismissed by that tribu.iuT
tor vantof jurisdiction. Alter reviewing tta-?
rjunion of the Circuit Court, and uuoling thd
j d a4id th<s District applicable
to tl.e case, Tndge Purc<Ml *t?t?-B that the man
date of the Olri-vit Conn was delivered to the
ck-ik of the Orphans' Coort on the foartb*/ tue
I'lt^ent month, the day after said court vrus
abolished. Allhouuh (says Judge Parcel]1 the
Circuit C ourt was th?> proprr appellate trtm;
nal. and this Court won Id feel bound to reelect
'|!/roUial1^?^' ,et 11 ?PP^?-ra ihatin Febrnary,
I, C3, a bill in equity had been tiled in laver It
the said minor children, whc were then ir. th?
ens tony of Inr. Mn.-isley, the properfy beanie <tl?o
iii his po^ession, thetaidbili al]> ^ingenfitm i e
of fttid Barney, becatjs? ol grews imflaoraiity
and incompetency, to have the oarecf tht- ch.i
drt'ii or tho mana^ciiietu of their propf'rtv
llence the said children bejamn ?? wards m
chancrry" from the tiling of said 01I4, i^uiuit
ot process thereon, aud service on said Rr.rr.rv
on the -.tith o) Febrnary Ins:, w.*?ich ph>ce*dins
operated as a supersedeas a? to the action ol a(|
' r courts and p.-rsons. .luage I'urceli eus
iaict this Mew by the opinion of J.idcn Stcrv
and mar.v other eminent authoriflea. But f
any doubts existed as to thr r.r.ncipl" in chan
cery, thf Judge states that they wer?remold
by the award of the iajuiicuon jesjerday of the
h r r- ^ Carter, chief .111 cf the Sup?.
ru r Court of this District, whi t, arrested the
mandate of the Circuit Court, if 1: tiafa< uuue .
c,rcumst;inc?'s, possessed ar.y Titality ami
grains Barney from all further action for thS
. bfIVr' }\ 18 therP*o?v ordered by ttw Or
phans Court that, the direction contaihed ir.au*
mandate of the late Circuit Uourt to cit? Sfcm 1
Chase Barnpy to give bona and securit* u*
natural guardian to said minor children wlfc a
a reasonable time ?.? oiyrrtd'rf.
roLK E Reports-/ *1. /Vtc4?u.:?A ie>
wood and Geo. Fleetwood, asslultand battery
A. Ooston, aesault; for lurUiei bearing <*eo*
Lighter, assault and batterv; Middieton FoeUs-.'
threats; not disposed of.
Second jytcmct.?Daniel Berkley. de?eru r*
military. Larenee Morgan. a?eauft and bu'i
tery; bail tor court. (t?o. W <*ant. ?io ; tail.
aJJ. \0u11g, drunk aud di%oru?.r;v, ic;A*iary.
Fivd k Spint, do.; ran a v.ay.
third Precinct.?One soldier, clesfrter ?o)31
tarv. Jae.B.Hartley,drunk: dismissed Tnr?^
soldiers, drunk: tuiueii Uj military. Tboni??
Ivfe^t', do.: dismissed
Fxwrth Precirirt.?Francis ?dotan, grand lar
i iail lor court. tiv.HU 1 Uiunig^n, (trunk:
f^ned (.Charles M^Efttyre anu tiottr^ii
bchioder, diivn g ou the pavement; fined #C.">0
f?ch. Fred k King, dnttik rVnd disorderly ??.
Philip Gra^s, do.; workhouse Jas itur
din, do.; fint-d Jr3. Mich'i Alulien, do do S!h
Tho>. Itonlin, assault :uiu MUiiery do. Jairmu
U C onnor, drunk; woi'kUause. Georgt Srnitb,
lar^env; ds^mirsed,
.Sixth i'r*<ine*?Samuel Hop*':.*, drank, tl^e.'
si.CJ. John Downsey, do.: military, ll-r-y
Harmless, do.: do. J.ii.Sielri.do.: disfniiai'ti,
John F. feiuims. larreny: ^ail. Mot?s-Bia^ij
passing counterfeit money; t wd. Jdoie*
tvciis, do.t do. Andr. w .:y.ck-oi;,"l.-ir euv, .. ..
Patrick Minor, (So.; do. Cfits P;r:h, aesa-.tif
bail for Jokit J'Ter^ in.'irtrk' TT'litH**'1
Jol.u-mith.do.: <lo. Cli/ist^i. 5I ?sch, 1uuiu4.lt
ai il battery with inti ir to k !! H^r.ry -
wni'l* do.; for hearing.
'Jenlk I'rtcmci?.las. W. Grow. * fee. i,. ?Har
rows, drunk: disunited. Ji.irn.i.-i't ,K.e *nt(. ,
disoi in-rly: ~;j. Patrick Pt cklcv,': ;djug * t; tUe
pavr mert: >??. Bichard ? s>:tult aha br. -
tery: tail lor hearing. Anne T orttis, M Htirr.
tin, disorderly; #.';eacti. Join heui, a^saiuc
ami baiti'i\; bail f.?r com ? Wm. Jiar.o tU, o-h
oidtrly: oismissed. Th?s. Pra:?. l.-irnenyi rt.
Ji!mt s L?hiuey, overcharging i.iiv k raves
(': rcline Xatj-.elinf, hous?>>;?..;ii.i.v
Jane Smith, disorderly;
m
Jy TtiK Or.n Capitol.?S:>*T!r>.;\y and "????.
ten ay the lollowinir person* w?r?" <oinmi;
to the Old Capitol prison: Londtn Mittheii*
o! 3Ioiitgomery county. Sid..arretted tor aidii.K
soldiers fo desert. Enoch Cook and Randol.-ri
.larvms, two Alexandrian?, who ioinert tin : ?...
bel as my at the commencement ot the r* oeDion.
?T-.r.ccli Cook is said to have i>e<?p a .xn. ,er u r
the yebel General Joe Johnson. Tarv.ns be
longs to Kemper's Alexandria Crenel) bar??rv
w iiliam Pomdextei, Jacob A. Nichols, Bnh't
Fnddy, ami Lawrence Ashton, of *li^-tt!< V -
finia ..avalry: Jam>?s A. Planks. Robert n
l.ee, 1 bos. F. Mct^oor. and Polk IV Nor' rti>
ot the ad Virginia cavalry, and William -1.
lire wit, of the 3d Virginia oa^aIry, sll rnb?i
prisoners ot war to be h^ld for exctiange Jti<.
W. Kyan, ot White's gnerdlas, and G, T prn?.
gvtaves, ol Loudon coun'y, \ were comm.*
tt d as spies. Wm. Eichengr^en and S 'Joe.
man, citizens, were arrested yesterday by iV.{ -
tain Burt, of the H*2d New York, 'harged w.*n
ripping a soldier off in citizen's ^h>*he* w;'1. a
"view to bis deserting the service.
Attkmpt to Commit a ?k ? U5icr.^ t
Brown, alias IVlishael J?urk. vfg? arrested ye^
terday by Officer Stuart, of the First Ward, on
the charge ot attempting to commit: a rap< oa
the person of Mrs. Jane McGarvpry, livjiig ? .1
the Island. Bark, it appears, was 'in the em
ploy of the Government as a t?amster ??.. '
alt( r committing the alleged eutrnge, -c
priated on? ot the Government hcrscs fo !iu. l _
ttite his escape. The charge1 agiln?* b ir,
thejefofe, amount to two?thi: of ratetr.p**-*
rape and horse stealing. Mrv M -flr.rypy ]?*>
crrt ed a warrant for his arrest, in her :t -
timony stahd, in substance, .hat she sutt.-r'd
rn>at violence at the bands of Piim. .n b>
famous efforts, and bu* for he: criK a ad *-e
prompt assistance ofneighbefs lie wcnl-l t>?'?*<?
ttflrmplishi'd h's pnrpos-1 Bttri: wa?- *or -
mitu d to jail on both charges
Arrest fob ForoekyJ-Oa Sa,.r.rfiay.
Schmanty, fonnerlya lieu:e?nnr in a cava' y
jegimenU was ariested by Lieir. lK?& ,ers i.. .1
tomntirred to the Central Guard-hot;* " I
stated that while Schmanty jvasin s^r v:v ,
he drew a uote in the nainc of one o! Jhn rnc.- -
bers ol his regiment for four hut: il6V -
W hich wa? discooutcd by one 0* our b..si '
and be Immediately resigned ht> clli.o anj it * !
the regiment. The fti. t ber-iiding ktiCTC '
lorls were set 011 foo: lor ill- arres:, tu' rt : -
unsuccessful until Saturd.iy.wJie^ 5.?: v;..- . t
on the stixet by Lieut. Le^ <
Bobhkey.?Yesterday Bi jn?iig. *U? S 1 ?&. . -
ing, w ho keeps a house near ih^ depot, lei: n
her room her pocket-book oontaiuiuf .*^<-1
ou her return a lew minuju>*. a.Ueiwtwds
covered that it had b? en :aken. QiSoe.; -
ments and Crump arrested ihrt:t purtie
wire in the room during the nut, :oo?.
them before Justice Furguson, whe dism .
theoA?i , there being iiotiury 1 und u* tVou o
implicate ihf.in in the tliel
iy William H. Kern, Fx-Provcs- M,.r^r.:it
ot Pbilndielphia, has b<>ei, arrested or. a itia-?n>
of forging soldiers discharge pap-rs int: en
ticing soMiers to desert.
?^'During the year here were six ea*?i
in Boston, wherf' a "white woman was marn?-?l
to a colorr d man, bvtt not '-ne of a marriage
between a white man and a colored woman
Mr. and Mrj. Charles Kean are going to
Australia professionally. Their peenmary
nt? ds, it is hinted, compel them to Keep tc tto
stage.
*^-Iu the town of Berger, in Prussia, is un
elegant church- capable ot Holding one thous
and persons, constructed, statues and all, ol
papier mache.
?yNew msple sugar is veiling in Western
N> W Yc k at IP cents j>er jiound. A large crop
is autscipa'erl.
*?"IIon. Thomas E. Bram.ettc, ot Adair eo ,
K.v-( has been appointed V. S. Di'itriot Attor
ney lor tbat district.
tet A Northern paper save all that is neeee
sa> y u meke the people feei exactly right Is a
i<i d 1 nion victory.
iUr'T he Duke de Levi^. who died recently in
T'r; claimed to tra-% his descent from a
i ts < ? usin of the Virgic Mary.

xml | txt