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ftobseriber* to the SUvr la (1?ot^???wb will K, tyafter pay 2*e4r subscription* to Mr. John Siattiews, our new age at for that city. AMU8KMINT8 TO-NIGHT. Orovxb s Tbeater. ?This is announced as positively the last night ol the great ccnioina tii.E ol the Ravel, Martinetti and Marz?>tti Troupe, with the Bedouin Arabs, The per torrnancf will commence with acts on the corde teadu by Marietta Zanfretta and Panl Marti net:!, and will oe followed by new ballet* and p: ntomimes; and the entertainment will be in ter?p< rsed with tnc-lc by Koppitt's orchestra. .Font's TPKAT^n. -Tho Webb sistera also take their departure Irom Ford's after to-night. The engagement of these talented sisters has be^s a lengthy cne, but it has been throughout Xkij success!ul. and many will regret th^ir departure. -The Colleen Bawn," ?? A Day too Ivtre," and "The Four Sisters,' will all be pe rformed io-nisht. CasiTRjuBCKT?Large audiences have been the 1 ul' every night tli?> past week at Canter bury 11a 1. The attractions wore immense, ae Arnetts Oalletti, Mons Tophoflf. the Fowler Julia Mort;mer, H. w. Eagan, and the entire company, participate in each entertaln xc tt. The c urt or beauty, too, headed by pr tiy Lilli* Brandon and J alia Richmond, totk part. All will appear tonight again. Waihtngtoniash is Dixie.-The Richmond Ihjp .ich sa>s: -Opt E. <>. Dill, or be C. S. Department of J nstice, has been commissioned, ?td rmsea ? company or sixty-odd men to do local service when c lied on." Dill will be Temerabered at. a consequential little chap for Acrl) upon the \^ashington Union. He is a Pe insylvanlan by birth, and is th- son ol a MMhodist minister attached to the East Balti Xffc>re Conference. Anbury Tucker, formerly a well-known tailor lure, has b^eu a captain in the Confederate wervice, bat bas lat?-|v got. disgusted with the imme.rv line and gone into other business. Dr. Gartiett, who whs reported dead, and whose property, sold under th* conilscatlon act here, went rather low in consequence, is now &a.d to be alive and kicking in Richmond. George Kirk, when last heard from, was in .Richmond. There seems to be no donbt that Lum Cooper (F.di lin) was r?ally killed on the Blackwater. Tl.e Richmond Dispatch says, In allusion to t'ie ??itement in northern ppers ma; Walter Ln ox had b't-a captured in Baltimore an t sent m> Fort McH urv, that Lenox lefi Richmond lor Washington to settle sorae business affairs h? ~e. with ?he d?-?ign ol returning to '.he South to i>sid? penaanenUy. CcrMiJiAi t.-OLKT, JuUg Oiin.? Yesierday, Rt i'lA I>o:.n, .iidict.-d for the larceny of eight ah.ets from E. J.Cooper, was fonnd not guiltr. Patrick McManur- and Margaret McManus, indicted lor keeping a disorderly and bawdy taon&e on Massachusetts avence, in Swam po j-Me, w?re fonnd not guilty. Eii7.H Johnson, charged with keeping a baw il> - at No. .V.* Twelfth street, between C . an>! I*, was placed on trial, and the witnesses, ' xaos.ly policemen of .he Second Ward, testified f la efiect that tho house was repotod to be a ; bouseof prostitution, and th>~-y L id seen women \ drt.?s*-d loosely In the house, and also that they ? had beard vtlgar language nsed there. The jnr> returned a verdict of guil;y. ;ind she was soi.teneed u> pay a One of S3< *j, or imprison m< nt ior four months in jail. Louisa Kohner. convicted yesterdav morning of keeping a bawdy honnp, iu the 'afternoon pi.id the fine of imposed upon her. The case of Madame Wolf, alias Ellen Dean, *li ?* Ellfn R*-ynolds, indict>'d for keeping a i bawdy house, \va? sobmitted. and Justice ; Clayton made :i statement in re;er"nce to lK-r hou?e having i>een closed, an 1 nl?o to th.? re- ? pert that she h?d been ordered to keep the s noude closed, and ha,i giver; tjonds that she j would not again of ?-c such a t.-jiise a* ?he had been keeping in the city. Real Ehtatk Saliw.?Thomas Dowliu?, auctioneer, sold, on Thursdiiy, the loth inet., the following real st ite in Cleorgetovvn: South hell of lots V7-J and ^T:j, fronting 60 feet on "Washington street and running buck lv>.) feel, to Wm. H. Whealey, for S'JO p?r iron? foot; north naif ot lots V!T5 and ?>:?+, fronting 60 feet oo Wafehingston street and running tmck ieo 1^' on :stoddart street, and improved by a frame house, to George Hill, jr., for ?3,000; lo'a 276 and 243, XtODting 60 feet 6u Stoddart s?reet ?rd running back 210 leet, to Wm. King, for ! per front foot. Al^o, tv, o small Crame hous?^ on the corner i ct Heall and Monroe streets, to John tJlbbons, i tor *;ig each. A.Ttov or A Teachew.?We learn i tbs the teachertof Male Intermediate School, *tfc district, (Mi^s Emma Re?d,) ha3 resigned he- situation, to accept a more lucra'.ire posi tion in the (Georgetown schools. This event ha. caused great regret, as '.he lady possesses *>mi^.ent qualifications as a teacher, and was wivttsally esteemed. The fact that a small city :ske Georgetown should h? able in this as in other instances, to step in and take from ns setae of our be - t tnachers by the offer of some thing like adequato pay, ia'a bnrning disgrace 70 this. i;ity, and we hope fcr the city's credit tha'the rate of pay for u>arher8 here will j promptly raised above the starvation scale. NxwspAi'icica fob Pbiboskus ?We nave aeen a letter trom an officer confined in Libbey Pn^n, wnich ?ays : "Sinoeallofne have been Ted need to the rations fnrnished us by the rebels, we have been in a state of semi-starva Won, and hungry men can truly appreciate the Kitts of food sent them. We would be allowed to receive newspapers sent by express, other wi-e they would not reach us. If the good Kvple about the newspaper offices in Wash ptou could tent a package of exchanges from all purta of the country, once a week, it would be one of the greatest sources of pleasure and aan-fHc'lon to them, andthey will be judicious. Jj distributed." AuiXAJrnKiA KAcaCocase.?A company of gen'l t-nien in this city have made a racecourse ab et un-- mile from the city, on the Wash ington and Alexandria road. * The zroand has be^n graded and the course enclosed under the snperin ender.ee ofGeorg' W. flarrson, E->q , of this city. The cours<? Is pronounced by judr'-H as ?qnal to that ol the National Course at V> ashlrgton Theexpensea for fitting up the coor e have beeu qnite h avj*, and. w* l'-arn, tb-i* a corrmittee :s now tanvui-.Mng fie city J or dcnationi to de; ray ihe exp^nsec. We hope tl j m <y ui-et with a" Loeral encouragement. m-.*!c;a/idria Jour ml, 11 t'r?. SBLlISti Llc^l OB WlTBOUT LlCEXP*. ? H. Vrouiaii, proprietor of tu?. rttetaurau^ on C btfcct. ?art ol NVw Je/sey avenue, known as The New England House, wno was lined on the !? h ii;-tant lor eeliine liquor without licence, w up again yesierdav. on the same charsr?-. and thai of i-ellli;?: to soldi'-rs, and wa* He'd tli, his sUKk of liquors confiscated and tsrned o%er to the property aerg^ant. Vroman was confiiud in the central guardhouse Thurs day, for a violation of special order No. 8, but released jwsterday by Justice F?rsfusen. I. 'O. F. Levks? Tuesday evening next will c< r'.amly be a reason o hiig enjoyment at Odd Fellows' Hall, Navy Yard, on the occa sion of Harmony Ix>dge". 1. O. O. F., concert and levee. Sup??rh?r cotillon music has been unpaged, and r*freahments and sappsr will be furuud.ed by an experienced caterer. Taero will be ecod speaking, good music, vocal aud otherwise, and a good time generally. Th-* Odd Fellows never do things by halves, as all fcoow who attend their festivals. Tills levee Will not be an exception to the rule. The Dbath.?Thepolicec: the s?econd Ward have ascertained that the woaiaii wno di^'d Wednesday night while br ing takm from Fif teenth strei*! and New York avenue, waaMrs. Anne Bumbar, formerly oj Harri-uiurg, Pa. ?he wae of dissipated habit.;, aud thi* caused a separat on Irom her husbanci. She leaves thre* cbildreu. Her busbar..! i.^ supposed to b:- in Washiugtor, ai d her brother also. Stetoan Waiui Station CAfene? Jat Wil son, *lclating city ordinance; ?3 5o. J oh a Lane, assaul'. aud batterv; for hearing. Maria Hill, larceny, dismi^ed. Anson Spriktif, viol itirg Ci'.j ordinance; ^1^8. Sarah Smith, assault; di ti-issed Mark Arkiusou, drunk and dis orderly; S8 cett-.. David Grt-en and David Smith, do.; #2 each. J Sinclair, do.: di ^mibsed. V. E Carpenter, vagrant; do. W. Wall, drunk and dieoiofrly; .*.? centa. E. Vetch, drunk; ff-2. Hi u Strickly. do.; if 1 -5et. liaau.?Tho following have baea dned teo ?ach for selling liquor to aoldiers:?dugu>tn? Ockert, D and 4th streets; Mr.>. Maloney, D aneet, Di^nd; R. t^arhury. Third street; J Jchni= 11, D street; F. Dngan, C street. Island; Ofcfc> Pearson, t onr:a street, between K and L; Patrick McLaughlin. Tweuty-sixth stre?*u 1't an. F street. ^ PaovrMK>x Wolowhki'b Mbthod o? Mi etc .?The new and crtginal method of in biriu-'ion iu vocal music and piano Of thai well knovvn artist has achieved sach success in Wt d-ington that he has been lodoced to delay bis departure for a final eoarae of l-^sons, vrLich v.di cemmence forth iritb, at hi* resi u^nte. No.a!? F street, corner rf Eleventh. F*rtOTOtiTAJ( Hall.?See advectisewieat id ^fUiiflMici at this favorite >esort. Miss fck r mldt, who is but twelve years old. has tal. ?c'-i of a remaikabl^ order. Pa?eBBTATiOk.?On Saturday night iaW th# freodt of Mr L F. frodansbeo, master car* Cn'er at Caap Barry, presented hitn with a a coid watch, he % mark of regard. Cistsk Ma*ut.-T1? price* this moroicg w?rv at follows: Bwf.teitcuu.prlb.UaW Ge?se eash '?(??! KS Partrt gee. dot ?S fal? ?? 1U; Pheasants. pair. .. .fflTS itried .... 18eIS1 Blue winff duck resl..,~ 1A Widgeon <6 Mutton.beet chops..liai& Mallard 9lal.2S Lamb, per qr B1.5tJ; Broalbilts 75 Pork.fresh,per lb.BfcaV, Sweet potatoes, pk . 75 rnrneiT..... 10nl2SiGarden grases.lb... IS Bacon,ham*,uneutl2>ial4|Celery, per bunch..-Kal? hs?*, sliced . U'Onions, per peck BOaGO breasts 12 Tumips ?. ifl bhoulder ..... 8alojCarrots, per bunch.. 10 ioles.... 7a8;Be*U I lard 12S '.Beans, butter, prftt.38a30 Chickeas.pr pair ,73a91.23 white luall Spring do., dot f 3.80a.' iLettuce , ? 6*15 J Katr. prdo* 40(Cabbage. per head.. U20 Butte r, pr lb 36a?iRaddishes. bunch... SaU) New apples, pr pk.. .#*50!Large rock,eaeh ?1.00a2 drieU....... 801 Small ruck, pr bcb.. 50 Peaches, at 20*26 Halibut.lb SO Potatoes,Irish, nk. S7a40;8eabaa8 15 Cucumbers, per aos. 15 Blue 8?h ? 11 Okra, per pk 76]Sturgeon ..... 10 Cheniuts 81.*o! Lobster 11 Cranberries, per qt. 11, Oatflsh, bunch ...... 28 i Wildturkeys. each 9?a4lRye, prbushel.91.fl0al.80 Grey squirrels 16 iCorn meal fl-s } Rabbits . .CieftlShipstufl .. ?70a? \ Hominy, perqt. 10 J Brown stuff i - ??"# ? *? v ? JV Country p'k.iooib98.75a9 _ . bc?f. 97i$ Turkeys, each... #1 .50*3 TT ?? ???? ????????? \r' Shorts, 48 .Corn,shelled ?12J Oats.. 90a fl _ . ? . . . ? 11 * .WVOJ t v?(V. ...?. 3V19 I Dried cherries,qt... SB;Corn,inear.bbl f i.50aT.80 Cauliflowers each 2M4o Bsy, perewt f 1.75*2 J*alnnts. nor buah.. 91 iStraw.. ? 91.6Pal.7< T enutn, pe r lb...... SQ^ Appohstmbst.?Mr. H. C. Jennlnj^, the excellent Chief (Jleik to Col. C. O. Sawtelle, Chief (1 imr term aster, Ca> airy Bureau, has bern appointed an Assistant Quartermaster, with the rank of Captain. Cokkbitiok.?Eugene O'Connor, mentionad iu the police returns yesterday, is not Eugene O'Connor, cabinet maker of Treasnry Exten sion. Srooffa?Spooxa !?Silver-plated Spoons can he> had to? one dollars aet.at the Dollar Jewelry Store, f-o. 43H Pa. avenue. near 4^ street. Also, your choice of 3 ?"<w different articles of Jewelry, for l?d e* and genta' wear. de ll-lw* Dr-igisis oftht Nervons, Seminal, Urinary, and Ftsnai t y stems?nw and reliable treatment?im Reports t\f t*e Hojrard Association? Sent by mail in sealed letter envelopes,ftee of eharge. Address Dr J. Sbilmv Hou&hto.i. Howard Association, lie. 'i bonth Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. d3-3m Haw * too Latb to Liabx?By Prof. Alexan der Wo'.owski's new and simplified method for piano forte and singing. Professor Wolowskl con tinue* his Singing and Piano Classes, and opens a pew course for Piano and Singing, whieh willbe the last in Washington. ProfWsor Wolowski to neivtt visitors dally, at his residence. Me. 316 F street, on the northeast eornei of Eleventh street. aoS-im Mbb'? Dbsbs P V\T4. Mxn's Furinw Su it Yovth't IbiM Smiie. , ? . Youth ? Bustiwt Sv'ir. Cltiicbeni' Drts* Suit*. , Childrens' School Suite. NoiH Wamei A Co., 3K9 Penn. avsnue. Metro politan Hotel Building, would respectfully an nounce tV.t tbeir snnual display of Pall ana Win ter Clothing is now ready fur inspection. It is comprised oi an assortment of Gentlemen's and Touths' Clothing of the newest and richest designs n materi' 1, trimming and workship. To those who stndy eieellence with eeonomy in fashior.sbie ari?cles of dress, an opportunity is now ofle'ed for selecting from the most attractive stock of ready made clothing in this city,at very reduced prices. ^ o?3-4m BROWN'S A NR?LROTfi> Coi oH. Coli>, As I BBI SATID OB SoKR TlIROAT. it al BB0NCU1AL lowed to progress, results in se rious Pulmonnry. Bronchial and TR?JCHiH. Asthmjvtie l>U?ast.?, oftentimes in curable. BkO BaONCHIAI, von i Taot hkk reach direrlly the affected parts, and give almost immediate COUGHS relief. For Br?urhitis, Asthma, , Catarrh. and Con?umrti?e Coughs i*t> the Trcches are useful. Public Speakers snd Singers should have COLDS. the Troehi-s to cle^r and strength <euthe\oioe. Military Officers and Soldiers who overtax the voice and are exposed to fcuddt-n changer, .ihnulrf use them Obtain only the Ft-MUMt-:. "Brown'n Bronchial Troches''hav Inp p-wed their eWcscyby a test of many years, nr* highly recomin -nded and prrscribed by physi cians and Surgeonsin the Army, and haye reoeived t?stimonla)9 from many eminent men. Sold by all Druggists and D?alers in Medicine in the United State* and most Foreign eountriea at 25 centaper bo*. noS-lm.r Nbw Yoax Sttlis. Umthmm'* Clothm*!? New and Vatkionabitl A large aseortm> nt for Dress and Bosiness wear. . The Bngltsh Sack and Walking Coats exreli in heaaty, grade and finish anything ever offered in ? thiselty. Wall, Stbp^bbs A Co.. 1 3'J'J Pa. avenue, bet. 9th and IOth sts. i ?e J tf [Intelt. and Repub.l Coa<<s, Bunions, Bad Nails, Ac -To Ve rid of i theee troablaeoma annovancss, call on Dr. Whits aad sabmit to his manipulations. Van are snre to ' get relief without experiencing pain. OfHoe?He. j 434 Pennsylvania a/enue, (Lane A Tucker s Building.) between 4S and6th streets. No charge ! for consultation. no '^vtt j (?OUT D. SBABBS. Emwtmitan't Oift is the most certain, aaft Bad effectual remedy?Indeed, the oclv vegetable rem edy ever disoovered. Cures in fwo to four days, aad resent eases la twenty-four hours. No miner al. no hairam. ao mercury. Only ten plfls ta be taken. It is the soldier's hope, aad amend to , those who do not want to be exposed. Male pack" | agea, 92: female, 91. ?Samarua* t Hoot and Hrrb Juitu?A positive j "illia, Scrofula, Ulcers, rioe #1, or six bottles Sea adyertlMmeal. ml ; u4?wM*rt?ui? c jiirvt anw ur and permanent cure for Synhl Bores, Spots, Tetters, Ao. Pr .for ?<. Bold bp B. 0. lord. 8e Bwon's Bugai ooated female Regulating i jre the asry test is us*. They operate sr**dily , and Jtoiwiy, aad being snamr-cooud create ao nau- j ?ea upon tha moet delicate stomach. A trial of these Pills win prove their gurtriority ever all ethers. Pries |la box. Sold by 8. 0. Ford, corner 11th itreet and Pa, pvenue, Washington, aad Henry Oook, Alexandria. ItK-lf TxB OXBAPBST ABB sis* HaIB DtB Iff TBB WOBLO? Mtmtr Fkdu or Wmtku Out.?Upham's Hair Dye,t0 ente a box. The best ia use. Try It. Bold by S. . Ford,corner 11th street and Pa. avenue, Wash- . acton, aad Heary Oook. Alexandria. jat-ly SrBBMATOBaxsa cax ?a Onn.-Or. Head's Specific cures Swirmttorrkom. Stminml Wtoimtu, Impouney.Los' af Powtr, m., simdxty and tftemai ly. Its efleets are truly magical. A trial of the fpeolfle, will conviuee tha moat skeptical of its oerits. Price 81 a box. Sold by 8. 0. Ford, cor ner 11th street and Pa. arenae, Washiagton, and 9enrr Cook Alexandria^ Saf-lp WaibabtbotoOubb w Bis Dats.?Dr. Godfrey's antidote, an Bnglish Epecifio of sixty-five years ?landing, will eure Conorrkaa in six days. No .fcange of diet required Price ?l per bottle. Sold tyS.u.Vard, corner 11th street and Pa, avenue Washington, and Henry Oook. Alexandria, laff-ly DIED, On vrdE'?dsy m? rnin?, the Vth, ANNIB JO ^BPBINB CAS1MAB. aged 6 months abd 17 davs, y ? ur.pi kt dsug^t er or o B. ac ' Margaret 8. Duffy. The f> nerai will take place from the residence il hit parent*. No 313 Bi^bta street, on ihu's d?y (corning. t(>th lust. * i Bait. Sun please eopy J On tbe loth inst., JAMBS H. HARRIS, in the ?8th year <1 hi age. His funeral wlnate place tomorrow, the 13th irstant. ?t half wt 1 o'clock, from the residence of his father, 390 F street north. * Cn Fr'dsy morning 11th instant, at 3 o'clock, sftrr a lcng and pa.nfui illness, which he bora with a ch istian resignation to the holy will of no.., J tRBMl AH TOJMiY.in the 4Jth ;y?iar of hi*aaa Rfqiieseat in pace The frlenos and aequaintaaces of the family are icqneetn-i to attend his funeral, on Sunday ere ????#, at half past 1 o'clock, from his late reab dence, No 64 6 c-rner ot l'th and 0 s>reess, (Island,) without farther notice. * t?n the ::u inst , of t; phcid fever, MARY MUR PIIV Her fonerai will take p'ac?> from the residence of her biotLer ln-law, Chan McCarthy, rorner lath ard H streets, on Monday. 14th inst . at half past 3 o cor* v pr, Her friends and relatives are re . pectfa'ly lhvlteii to atteni. * ti UB F1XTVR18I GAS FIXTUB18I! JOSEPH KbYSOLDb 1r CO , PLUfeKtRs. oAa AND Sl'BAM FIT (BBS, sOO Ninth St., Aw Pa. Avenue, Have Just reo ived. and will always ksap on haad. a lorg*- aa* well sel?<ted isscrlm-nt of 0-1AS7 DILlBBh BRaCKhTS. DROP^iGHTS.BHAOdS. <lc , Ac , from the ea'obrated establishu>s t of Archer A Pancoast, New York, which ars offered for aa e ?? tLe mtua'actu^ra' p-iCM in that city. Thofe wishit g Gas Fixtarcs. w.ll find it to their Interest to call before pu chafing de 8 eolin J. HBIBBBGBR, SUOOBSaOB TO H. t T . LOUDON A CO , mm CITIZENS' AND MlLlTARY >|| MBRCHANT TAILOR, 11 MttrcwHUin Hottl (laie Brown's,) wm .. 30# Pennsylvania avenue, ' Washington .P.O. Cloak si olo akbii CLOAK Bill oissfrssiDVanas: jasffisw BSOIDBR1BS, Ae.?^*?^VSi '" mU 18 . avenue, >*?Ms8tk and Mb street* J_? motiob. BHBNIbH WIBB8 oftheveSr^rt\^^ win he sold bp the fflase, bottle, or gallon?at 4?M Pena^l^anla^avstin? ?svsaMMi SVtWlti net-am* WMMastaa.P B, D BMOVaL.?Tbe sabeortber wonki reepeotfully JtV inform bis enatossers and tbe pnblls, that aia %OOD aad COIL DBFOT has boon removed from tbe earner of 14th aad ? sweats to OHIO AVB BDB, between Uth and Ifi'b atrea a, where he will aieasad te redeive orders for Wood aad Oeal, of PIOP hTt 8 T I P III, BOH OF DOUGLAS. BALLS, PARTIKS, c. TB1BI WILfc SB A BALL GlfHN A* TH? 1 Out) li Ball, oa O ?trMt. 'tt i and 13th stieats, oa MOM DAT, the in Uit Admlttaaee fTM. All my friends ud wall wtohers a*a cordially IwiW. JOHB IUGH. rro?rl?>? (VIM Kl ?""A I BOttQOB ! <? lf-lt* Vloc* Milieus obaay Tinan. okuyTirnl. B. 6NM oSSJSRUv. iff&St. J^JABQUBBADBJAIL. *larp wiil be a Grayd BALL gi?ea by the 00 * 00 A88#01 A- at TION, at the Odd FeiLowa* Hall. Navy KM Yard, THURSDAY BTBBIPG.Dm. 17th. /li Com mi it >e of Amtngtmmt*. LUK Geo. Bmlthson, Joseph Norman. J. D. Mcore, _ William Dean, J no. H. Atchison Tho Com" ittee pledge tksniMlves ti do nil in thei - power to render proper satisfaction to nil who honor tt-em with n Tialt. Costumes can be had of Mrs. MiriintXlntiinonTiMimBlWHaMbT. Dec. lath nod Kth. nt the Hnll. V. B Gaat!emen bringing ladles will bo respon sible for their character. Tickets 8', to be bod of ?bo Committee or ntthodocr on the evealng or tho Boll. If* THI HBBO Of 8UM7BB. THE AND1BS0N BOYBIN THIVIBLD AGAIN! The memberi or tho Andorion Olnb toko g**at rleneure Id announcing te their friends aad flB ke public la gaaaral that they will give jH Ur,r ?g^ NINTH S8AN9 BALL, At TBMPBBANCB HALL, (On ? Street Between Ninth and Tenth BU.,) On MONDAY, Deo. ? 1883 Tlekets ONB DOLLAB. admitting a gentleman lad ladies. do W-H* B Waialaa, M. Horlgaa. D. MoGrath. P. Sullivan, M MoOauley, J, Farroll, IOOK OUT BOB THB j INDBPHNDBNT BOO I ALB. The members of the Independent Boolal Olnb take pleasure in announeing to their friend* and tie pnblio that they will giro a GRAND BALL to be given at the Temperatioe Ball.: on B etreet, between 9th and 10th street*. onl TUBPDAY. Deo. 15.1888. The Committee p themselves to make thison? tb*>iest <>f the season. The celebrated Holy Hill Band hu i*wa engaged for tho oaenninn. Tiekets 81. admitting a gentleman and ladle*. ??ommiit'n Artitifwitts. B. B. Ea. J, C 8. ahreaves, ?. W. Gladmon. W.H.Osborn, M.W.Leeae, O.W.Tenley, d# lf> fit* A. B. Benll. J. N. Lenpiey. B. H.Btonart, i. W. Hunter. JL P'lBBT G B A N D BALL OV TWO WASHINGTON TBADB 800IBTY OK JOUBNKYMEN TAIL0B8, TO BO OITKN AT TBMPBBANOB HALL, (B Street, Betw?*n Ninth and Tenth ) MONDAY BVKMNG, Deo. li, 1*53. tommiitA* of Ar*<inf*nentt, A, R OBrion, P.Haley, A. Barthofme, T. Boys, W.Becker, J. Moloney, J. Bradley, J.Malroy, T. Brodriok. J.SchwarU, J. Clancy, H. ZuUuf. _ _ Floor Ml*i(t<r^s J. Boh war to. J. Olanay. J. Mulroy, H. 7.nlaur. _ . T. Brodriok. An efficient band will be in attoodNne-'. Tickets ONB DOLLAB. admitting a gentleman ard lac'iee. <?<) W.VA8' | 0.0. F.LBYK ~n". The Committor of HABMONY I.ODQB, No. 9, I. O. O. P., would respectfully inform the members of tho Order anl their j friends that having made oyery ar rangement for their CONCERT ANI? T.EVEL, It will take placo at ODD VBLL0W8' HALL. (Natt TAao,) On TUB8DAY BVKNING, B*c. IVh, ljji. ' Bnpurior cotillon mnsic haa b^en engaged. Bcfrexhments 4nd Sapper will be fnrnishod by an ezperieneed caterer. Tickets ONB DOLLAB, admitting a gentleman and ladies?to be had of the Committee. Arrassements have beea made to ha??< earn leave the ball at 2 o'clock for the ecotra! part ef tbs eity and Georgetown. Commit!** <?/ A>rmgements. w. Prospen. J. D. Moore, J.T. How*. Jno. Meads, Wm B. L?wia. Geo H Thompeon. A Martin, Jno. Tnrs?r, Z. Turner. f red. Albright, de e eoit LOST AND FOUND. r BBVAID.?Btiayed or stolen, on Nor. ?Jth, '??) a White and Red Spotted 00 W. with a white spot in fcreb?ad; tipe horni sawed, and a chain on keroeck. BLLBN BINOLAIK, dOt2-3t* Kjt.. bet.2lHjan'_132dllts._ ipAMB TBB8PABBING ON MY PBIMIBB^? aboat two woeke since, a small H^d COW. T&e owner will please dim* forward, prove property, pay ekarget. and take kar away. Half etreet. bot. Taud C streate,iIsland.) Washington. D O. de 1.' 3t* ? HOWBSON, rpAKBN UP KeTBAl? About 4 months ag'">, 1 A g>ay H0B8a, on L ?tr.*et. between 17th and Isth streo's. Tho owner is requested to come for ward, prove property pay charges and tak? him away )de 11 St*I CHAB. GIB8IB. f OBT li 9th. T' o Y B! T 0 Y B1 * ? * ? I Confectiorery and Fancy Articles, suitable for Christmas Presents, for sale cheaper thaa else where in the District, at VALStfTINB MBNGBB'B No. 6M High street, near Bridge St., de U-lw* Georgetown. D. C. ^ H O W OA B A B. 10 OOUNTBB SHOW OABBS jnst reoelvsd. A Lao. it V PBIGHT0A8BS. for Milllnorygoods, wkieh will bo Mid nt Ntw Vori nrioes^th freight nddad. BON12 A GMWITaT 369 Seventh streatt de 7 ?w between I and K streets. G" AT NBW8 FROM LAN8BCBGH A BUO.*S BALTIMORE BARGAIN STORB, 37? 8BVBNTH 8THBBT, 3? Dooa Aaopa I. Jut rooeived from the late aaU of the arise ?^*P*rrE??#??k? l**1 AMortmeot ot Fall and Witter DBY GOODS,snoh aa All new shades Snegt quality FBBNCH MBBINO eon BAL^COBaL SKIBTS from BSJOav. DBBSS GOODS at evenrdeecr^pttoe, mpor oent. S cases beantifaf ivtOAllSSSk at. UH gonta tor WitVa^groat many otkor #ooda too nomorous to ?B?St de I-fw* Bnltlrai.ro Bar^%'a Store. L"1"' VUBSi MI88BB' FUB8' OHILDBBN'8 FCBSt BOYALBBMINB FDBBt HUDSON BA^BABLBF^ ycM| ALL BXMD Of VUBSi 67 th* best and alagnatiy Salahed SimV *T?ry piece warranted, mast bs fold beffro January Istnesct. The pricos are as tag from 'it to't t< o aeet!" **" *""" m9a*' Call aadeaamlno for ...... P? By a lady, on Wednecday evening, Dec. _ 9th,a small Brown MUFF, with a purple lin ing somewhat worn. It was dropped on I at., bet. 10th and 17th. The tinder will confer a favor, and receive a suitable reward, by leaving i' nt the 8Ur ?ffloe. de 11 .It C? n BBWABD.?Loit, on Tuesday, Dec 8th, a (JO Bltck POODLB DOG, named Pet Tke end of one paw white; near one foot high; largo head ; large sire. Any one returning hTm to my resi dence, 342 G street, bet. 11th gad 13th, will re c^lve the i<bore Toward. de 11 k^OUND?A^Bmall BUM OF MONBY. The owner F can have the name by calliog at the office of JOHN D. OLABK, No. ASA TwaUTih streot.andde scribing the same do 1? STBAK BP?On tho morning of the Rth. one BOB - BBL HOB8B; white fore and hind tegs ; bunch on the left fore leg n>*ar his body Any one return ing said Horse to J. PBIKBON'B Store 493 Bighth street, will be liberal*y rewarded. deH Jtt* f OBT?On Wednesdap the 9th .from one of our 1 4 wagons, a DRLI> 8BY BOOK: lost aboat the corner of 18th and H ats. A liberal reward will be paid if left at the corner of New Jersey avecue and D street de H'-3t* HABV1Y t CO ,B B*pr<'M. ?in BKWABD.-Strayed or stolen, ou Thurn O 1 II day avening, from froat of Jauemtn's Brewery. Capitol Hill, a small BAY MARS. Had on cltl^Hu's saddle and bridle. The mare is fire years old: is Rightly stiffened in shotilder ; ha* several wnit<> feet: her maue inclines Vj left side. The above reward will be given for information leading to her reoivery A GLBAPON, Bo* 1,0-Jl, Wgshii<gton City P?>st Office, or OiiselPs Urooery Store, de7-lw" 387 Seventh street. fijtir BSWARD?Or %f ncttxsaty, tk' fr 11 rilua tiom of tkf Fin ?Lost golc? from 3^0 0 street to the Depot of the B A O. B B. Co, or in the Depot, a DIAMOND OLDBTKB PIN. Tte Pin wm lost on Tuesday afternoon, between the hours of/jVDd 8 p. m. It was hlgh.y nrised^by the owner, BBS abowe reward will be pala with the thanks of tbeowner by returning the Pin to this ofTme or to 3^0 C street. (de3 If] B. W. BPMONDS. GEORGETOWN ADVER'MTS. j nrg=?GBOBGICTOWN TA.\BS-Tke Collector to ; Uj now preparing a dst of property foradver- | tieement upon wbick the general and Special taiM - have not been paid. To mvo trouble and posts ft to bop*d that all ooaeerned will oall and settle prior to the 15th day of Deoember next de 1-Tw CHAB. D. WBLOH, Collector. WANTS. 1*7anTBD^awar B5BSB. intoat <09 " mh fltr Ht Wfnn fcBW ffUB^%nsssasaLsant drags Box iT, Star offioe. It Aeiab tit on is t& i? r*iaf otm *uU a situation as Chambermaid or lfaije. AMnuM. ?., Btar effioa. ??* . ^pWO flBBTCLASB AMSOTf P1ATI WKmTJ J ? To to U t&? Arar ?( (h? f otofeM, vjU a liberal ?r?oi?awt will h# made by P.G . Washington T. O. *?U At* 1*7 ANTBD-A COOK ?h? uaderstanls fcerbm! YY rees thoroughly. Hoosaeed apply BOt fili the p'aoe satisfactorily. Apply to iW w. T. CARROLL, torwr of Blghteeath aad F slreet*. _ da 12 St* |?OARD WABTBD fOt THB Witt TIB-IK A tion in w fUM if desired. private family, by a single senGemae. Loca tion in western portion of the oity. Pa/ in a>l itrMBuit be moderate Ad dress. stating terms. ft,. Star offies, for on* woo*. ( don art* j ANTBD? A good OOOK. colored preferred. | Apply at MoTTiI Thirteenth at de 11 *? | 117AHTBD-At 439 ? street, a CHAM8BB " MAID; om that onSsrstand. her business thoroughly, lOM othtrt and ip?ly. de 11-21 W 117ANTBD?A BOY, cot ovsr 16 rear* of ac?. ** <? ??-? ""jBlkr * SOLOMON0, de ll-8t 338 Peon arenas. W AHTID- Bt an American Woman, Wjyeere of YY age. a SITUATION as Beamatreas. Chamber maid, or would assist la any light wort la a res pectable family or hotel, where aha caa earn an honest 11 ring. Addraaa for three day Widow, Star offioe. de 11 St? 117ANTBD-A BALSBMAN m a Brat-elMS busl ? T new, Address Poet Oftioe Bo* 13T, Weehiag toa, P. 0. da m?t? fklNING-BOOM WAITBB8 AND A OOOK 1.P Wanted at the Howard Dining Room*. To thoea who can brine testaiuoalal* an to character and competency the highest wages will ha paid. None othera need apply. da 10-lw V17 ANTBD?A Colored OOOK who can coma If well recommended, will Bad a eltaation in a Privet* family at Kendall Green, by applying at Ira. VOX'S* 3T4 fourth street, between B and P. Wa<?? SIS per month. Apply Moudav 14th last., dt 12 o'clock. _de i6-3t* ANT ID TO H1BB?Two Colored WOMBN, for Oook end Nurse, to go three mllaa In the country; good wage* and comfortable home oaa be hvl by iuquirlng. Wholesale Shoe Store, de b1 St* 398 P at., seoond Hoor. WAN*. BD-A good industrious MAN to engage is a u^Bt profitable business All the capital that will be required will be honesty. Industry .an J sobriety. Good recommendations required. Ap ply immediately at JAMBS H MOORS*8 Grocery aod Providian Store, No. 23S New York avenue. de lo jt? 1*7ANTBD?A 8TABLB, in good ordar, with T? foer or five stalls and carriage room for two three buggies situated between llth and l<th sta., and Pena. avenue and K at*. Addr&sa, stating terms. B<>* 3-J2 Post UKca. A ftrat rate tenant and punctual paymeutof ractare gnaranteed. de?-w^,m* W ANTBD?By a ie~peetable Boy, *>leyen years * ? old. a SITUATION in aMtore. Apply at No. ?Ji 3 Bat., (Island > de 8-1W* B? oOKBMITH WANTED-Atthe ta? Works. a?lb aid G streets. The best of wngt?s will be giyau. Inqaire of O. 0. HARB, Bnpt. of Works. de ft 8t \]Lr ANTBD? By a respectable Whit* Woman a II SITUATION as Nurse, Plain Sew r, and Chambermaid. Best of city refereno*-' .iren. Ap p!y at 3?3 I^t.^ bet. 13th aad 14tlK de 8_ r? HARNK88 MARBB8 W4NTBD?To work on Government work Long Job and highest wagM given. Also fonr BOYs wanted. Apply to pTa. LUT/g, 398 Penn. ave. %h,rANTBD? Byary geollwn'au haying a P'ett> 11 wife and pretty bady, to r*li >t PRINOB'4 BUniplng-Bootn, 3HI V street, opp>lt? Patent Of flce. ana examine those hand*o:nH kLANNKL 8XIBT8 ?uid BL.ANK.JCTH for inrjkiit* Th?y are jnst tbi? nicest thing for papa to gi ve baby a* a i rwsent at Christmas. de7-tf ANTBD?140,000 La/iieptoca'lat PRINCB'8, 3M * street, and look at bis Bllpper, Pin ; ruHbion, and Braoking Cap Patterns tor liratd and : Bilk Bmbroi??ery, Ladies can find the Sues', lot ; erir offered here. Silk and Gold Braid to suit. Stamping done on all ttudot goods while you wait, ; de 7 tf WANTBD.?All Gentleman. Contractors, and 1 Builders tap wish to hare a Up top LAST- ! ING ROOT pux en their honsf-, either Pitch or Giavel, o? the best New York mati rials, will please lea*e their ordera at Mr. BUBHLKB'B Res taarant. No. U14 t at.. naar the corner of 15th. or I at JOHN KAIBBR'B Restaurant. High st .betid ! and M streets. Georgetown. All ot lers will be ? prorr.ptIy attended to by BALLAUF ft. CO. de 7-3W j 1*7"ANTBD?Br a respactabi* yoaug Woman, a i Ye BITUATION to Cook, Waah and Iron. Apply aomer 14th and K. da 8 j ViraNTBD?A COLO BSD WOMAN to Cook, 1 'I Wash, and If^n in a asaalkfamily. Mnst have j good references. Apply to 199 H street, corner of fc'd. de l-2w ; VVANTBP^lmproyad PBOPBKTY In Washing- ; ton. Two thousand dollars i^iX.OOo) cash on hand for investment as % Cr-t payment in 1m- > proved Property in Waahington. it any be offered i which shall be considered desirable. The amount ' and times of the other payments to be aubjeot to J negotiation. Addrexa a description of property for sele to Post Office, Georgetown, Box 749. no'JteoSw" W ANTBD? All ye ladles in sear-;- of the beat ftlkaud Mohair Braid for Dre-s?e, Josief, Garibaldis, to knew that WlbLlAM PB1NCB bss the article?the finest l<>t in the city, of all colors. He haa on hand magnificent Bmbroidered flannel bkirts, Yokes and Sleeves and Blankets for children, flannel embroidered by the beat hand iu the city. StMuping for every kind of goods ntatly d..ne at 3^1 r afreet, opposite Patent Office, no 111m W'ANTBD - BBCOND - HAND fURNITURB A lac, Mltrori, Carpets, Beda, Bedding and B case furnishing Gooda of every description. B. BUOHLY, da4* 7th at., mary'-tf bet. G and H. eaat aide PERSONAL. AUTOGRAPHIBT-MMB. 0. DePRA'iB. Au togiaphist, having had aeveral years' experi ence in all the principal oitiea in Xnrope, will offer her services to the American public, for the firat time, on Present, Past, and future affairs of Life. Will send a correct liiones< of future Wife or Has band by encloslug a lock of hair, together with fee, 50 cents. Address Mme. C. DePBAGB, Post Offioe, Washington, D.C. _ de 12 fit* 1~N fOBM AT ION" WANTBD Of H. T.PDRKB and PHILLIP 8. BPIOBR. both of Culpeper, ta.; both prisoners in the Old Capitet, woo took the oath of allegiance, and were s?nt to Philadel phia and discharged. Their families are now in waKhingtoa. acd most p.nsicus to firdtkec:. Com municatious for their families concerning them may be addr?-s?od to W. D W'ALLAClI^tac offlcc, Washington City. de 10-lw ADAM AHOLIAB WOULD RBSPBOrf ULLY announoe to all luquir iug persona, that she is aow ready to read the Past, Present and f ature, and mty be consulted Ccnfi den tis.l!v on all Impoc tant matters at all times from 9 a. m until ?p m Ladies SO cents; gentlemen ft. No. tin sontk A at.. 4 doors east from Can oil prison, Capitol Hiil, Washington, D 0. no24 ltn'* MBDI0AL NOTICB. LL Vemale Com plaints, likewise Goat. Rheum atlbm,Neuralgia, fte., cored without fan speedily. MK8 i 1HF ?JiBl ? no IS lm* 44 K street, Washington. jysw r l o r h housb. OEO. T. McOLUE & CO., f LOCB 4HD GlSiKBAL C'OMMIBoTO* MBR0H1STS, Not. 373 S- 37 7 I) st., k-r. ?tk and 1th sis.. Have on hand aoholoe assortment of family and Bxtra Bakers' flonr, which they oflVr for sale at curiect market rates. Bakers and dealur* are In vited to examine oar Stock before purchasing else The new firm baee arranged fcr a supply of the bott trade brands in the Georgetown, Baltimore, and Pblladelpbla markets, and will be able to offer unuHoa! inducements to tarcbasers. de t-Sa* Dmbdioal. R. L1BPBN ABD Annoances to the pabllc that he may be ooisulted at his office over G. A T. Par* k?i's Grocery Store, PeDnsylvania avenue, be tween eth and 7th kts.,oa all private diseases oa Tuesdays. Thursdays and ?etardays: and in Alex andria, Va , (offioe oorner Pitt and King streets J on Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays. All daa geroca and disgusting drugs avoided and cure* warranted de a im H. 0. L1BPBNABQ. M. D. Dl. J. B. NBWTON, PRACTICAL PHYSICIAN, roa ALL OCBABLI OlSBAttBg, AST Thirteenth,between B and f streets. Dr. N. cures all Curable Diseases usually In a ft* mtnuut, without eaasing pain or giving Medicine, and cordially invites all wha are not well ableta pay to eome and M healed, " WitM+Ht Monty and Witkoui Priet." dei-lw* CLAKlflBD VIOIM. CLABIflBD CIDBB. Jurt received, par schooner Julia Anna, direct ffom Massaehnselta. a shipment of Prime Clarified Cider, in barrels, for sale by BICBT A. SHINN, Calon Bottling Depot, nog-gt AT Greene wt? Georgetown, D. 0. pAUM,flmM.WwMidfill Dealers,Sat KBIBToiY Of WB8T POINT, And lUiUTlltary , i*>forUMe daring the Amerlsau Revnl? tpd the origin and progrees^of_<he U^ted I , T? . wm*tama'u,t^lsb< nataal eoaMct dissolve^. MlllUry Academy. By Oast. Bdward C. Boynten ?Vm?ok *ww? I%X<?OLUTIOW Of QOPA.Bf KBBBHIf -The Ohl^^MaHsId^d l!7, WWisw U^" day by ^^,T1jSASS*? mall abb. 4UCT10N 2SA.LKS. ^~0OT?il4POTIOlt SALfiB Bfifi Un PAGR fir WM. L. WALL ft 00.. VI ? ILi. Bl ADDBD to 06iwtl0?|l TBI ? store af *^??Ww VtlVtJZ TOil ar ST * deli fir# O. M??UIfifi ft CO.,Aaotloa?ere. fV'fiARLT KBIT THRW STORY BBWK H0UJ1 11 ok fHi IsLiirr at PmteB*?-0? THCR5 I>AT APTfik*OON. Deoe?*er 17th, at 4 o'cloek, od the ftwiiiM.wiitol] NUfthUt 36. Square SfiT. together with the improvement* therew, vkka eou1?t of* tiiit!;gti Taree-slorr Brie* House, containing t roema. tn thorough repair and ready for Immediate occupancy, situated on D ?treet mft, bM*Hii 9th aad 1< th atreeta fMt. Termsllbtnl; made knows jtttl#. d?12 J.O. MeGUlRfi ft CO.. Ancts. ?T WM. L. WALL * CO.. Aaetto Beers. Sotttktn** torntr Ft**, otww mmd Ninth KrM. ROCIRIB8. LIQUORS, OIGAfiB. AND TO ll BATOO at Acotiok ?On TUE3DAT MORN ING, the 16th of December, at 10 o'clock, we will sell, at tha Amotion Kooma Bble. White ud Vallow BtfMr.UoUMM. nd S.rup fibla. CoH'k* and boxes do 80 tieroea Cincinnati Bagaf-eared Hum Boiee Brown. Yeltow. and Cantata Hoar Bokp? Starch, Y*a?t Powder" Caiaa Sauce and Catsups Boxes Ginger and Oinnamon Oaaoa Madeira. Sherry, Port. andMala?aWlwaa " OTard Danny and 8. O. P. Brandr. jy* nma Boxes Havers Tobacco and Cigars 25 bote* prime Ohewiagjobaeoo Oct wee and quarts Brandy . Bbls. Whisker, varioaa braada Boies Malaga and Port Win* And various other article* too nntnarona to men tion a 90 aura BoAts aad Bkoaa A wutltr Af 8m(U>8torM, de^^^' W. L. WALL ft PP.. Aaota, Br GRRfiN ft.WILLIAMS. Auctioneers. I AbCfi BALK OP TOTS, CHINA YASfiS, I j Oa>AM?aT?-, fiuraKi, Dims. Cahth, Howr Huiisfcri, amd Wago** at ArcTiaw.?On MON DAY, tha 14th inet., commencing at 7o'clock,p.m., and on TUXBDAY, tha 15th inat, at 10 o'clock, a. id., continuing every keening and Morniag until the whole stock ia disngsed of, vi? : Crying. Llusn .Wax, Wood end otner Dolls, Fancy Boxen, Cabas, Walnut Work Boxee, Writing Desk*, China Vaaea Oraameata, Figures. Prima, Wagons. Certs, Bobby Horses, and all kinds of Tin aad other Tr ys, which we think unnecessary to mention. We call particular attention to this aale o! tora, ia perch* ten can find molt aay thing t <i?y want ta "dell* ?f T?T"' GRfifiN ft WILLI A *8 AuoU. HARV SITES AND WATfiR FRONTS, MA*oa-?OrriC?.D*c.<> 18CT. By virtue of and in aooordance with thearovia Ima and on the terina prescribed in tha act of the City Counclla, approved March 27 IWS entitled II An act authorising th* Mayor to lea*# wb*rt slteeon the Potomac rirer, fto .'.and an air eud ment thereto, approved October 17.1HSS. I aball, on MONDAY, the 21 icatant. at 12 o'clock M , c>n mencine at the foot of fileventh atreet weat, lease to the highest bidder, at Publl* Auction, the fol 1< wing pieces and parcela o f fr< und, to be used aa wharfaitea or wat*r froata. yii: ... That at the foot of llleTenth street weat, at the line of the wall. 160 fset in width, And tho^e two immediately weat of and adjoicin? Twelf-h atre*t weat. each 1JS0 feet Pin width : that at the front of M atre?*t *ontb,90 in width dt.i RICI1ARD W*LLACH Mayor. FOR IIKXT AND SALE.' F [fer othnr "For Sale mid Rent," tee firrt pov'-i i.M)B PINT?An pxceMent PABLOR and several I4 well fnriisbed BBD-ROOM8, at 4 AO Tw?'Uth atr^t, within lire miiiues7 walk of the R'rkW()? Benae, WiliardB'. and the Patent Off cf. Pos. Ot flce. an-1 Treasury an-1 State Departio^nM. The iocatu n is uwsarph.-sed in Wanhiugton. No chu- > dren in the fcocna. de7 tt ?>ARLOR AND CHAMMEH *0K RfNT. ON 1 1 h street. No. 3S9. between I and Ma?s. af?. i _ de 13 it I^UBNIBHBD ROOMS FOR KfiNT-Onlr a few door* from P*nn. arenua.at 40U Tenth ??reet. bet. Penn. avenne and C at^ de a tot I^OB~BfiNT?THRfifi ROOMS, one Parlor with i two Chanibera attached, at C. GAUTIIR^S, ?26U Pa. awe. deli 3t* I70R BfiN T?Two Hatdsoraelr-ftirniahed FRONT | r PARLORS. With Bedrooms adjoining The Parlors each, hare a good Piano; or tha entire J Hoaf?, containing eleven roomt, with J arnitura. will be rented for one rear, fin^nire No. 14 I ; atreet, betvraeii 8th and !)th. _ _ del2-It L>OR SALfi?A small PLACI, doing a good bu*i r ?e?.s,on Penn. avenue, will ba aold with or witb ont at?^:k or stock sold aeparatelr, or a ehai-e In the partui-rchip will be so:d; reM"B,oae ot the partner a has (tot a eommisfior In tha armr. An dreas VAN ORKCM. City PoBtOHice. le 13-Ht*_ TYOOiTb FOR RSNT-ln white front So 1?* Mai* JLV itPt Space, at low ratee. In?utre on the pre'n iner uf GfioTC. JK5Kg de 11 at*_ L'UR HfiNT?A very deeirable Bt.>O.Vi, farniahed r without board. Inquire at the Lrug Rtorn. eor. I and lr.th ?ta de 11 ft*_ ! ABAKfiRY FOR SALfi-OR PARTNfiK WANT ed. with a arndll Capital. Doing a good busi ness. Irquire at N", 17 k'onr aod-a half street, da ll-3t? ROOMS FOR RBN'I.?Two fitje Cnfnrnishe-l Rooms, aiy?inir<g each other, wi'l ^e rei>ted for Twenty 4:ve Dollars, rr separately for Tbirt?an Dollar-nach. Apply at the Star office de II 8f ?/OR RUNT?One large DOUBLE PARLOR. n?w r i> furnished; within ten mlnntee- walk of the Treasury Department. Prase .f.in ner mt?ath. Board if deaireil. Inanire of W S. CilANDLfifi. at the Cigar Stand. Wil^ardB, Hotel. de 11 tf lSoR RfiNT-A n?.w ti rm-#tory BRICK IIOU81I r on S3veath *tra<'t west, betwaea 8 and T sta north, near the railroad atatioa, containing a IarK? atore and r.-ven Rooms. Iniuir" of Ji>UM SOTfiR. N?.. -251 8eventh etrtet, bet, Man I N. de ll-3t* ."?0R RfiNT-A Comfortable BRICK. 1IOC8K, _ containing four rooms, within five min;ite* walk of the 7th st railroad depot, near the Park. JOBN S FDWAHDS, de 11 lw fi ?t. bet. 31 anl 4th, No. 4?l ? f^OR SALfi?A firt-t-e'a<te BAR and STfiAHID OTSTfiR SALOON, near Ford's Theater. Pour y?-ars Leaae Rent .*30 r month. For particular! Iuqnire at No. l^th street, between D and K. dell-fet* FMJRNlSllfiD ROOMS PGR RfiNT-Two rr three neatlr-fnrnlsbed Rooina, in a private fa vorite loe&lity, e<>nveni?nt to the Departments and to the city railroads. Private family. Apply at U1 ti IsL. bet. 17th and 18th, de 11-St' ? .'OS RfiNT-A BACK PARLOR furniabad. a? a 1/ Chamber, on the cor. of luth and L. de_L 3t* riCyfo PCRn7bB?D PARLOR8 FOR RFNT? 1 No. 47 0 Twelfth St., bet. FandG. de l" 3t^ F^OR SALfi?The LEAfcK of * large Lot, Oyster, and fiating Btacd on if. Situate 1 between lat and 2d sta., No. iAU Penn vve. te 10-3t* i?0R RBNT-A FURNlfiUfiO FRONT R0JM, r In a private family. N<>. 317 'j Fifth street, be tween I and K streets. del-) L^UB hALli -REbTAC RANT and thr?a furDixhed F RWMS, with Lease, corner 7th street and hi aven tc. li qnirc at the premiaes. de-l'J-tt* Three furnish id rooms for rent-t? Gentlemen onlr. Apply at No. 125 H street, betateu 21 *t and 2id atreata. deio Jt* >OR RENT ?Two Unfhrnished ROOMS for rent. SuitaMe for a sm^ll faml y to livgin Rent moderate. Inquire on the premises, 619 0 street bet 3d and 4th iCapitol Hill.) de 10_St* FOR RfiNT-A FrRNlSH ED ROOM, near Fraik lin Row. two (quarts from the city raiLoat, saiteble for two tentlemen. Addrete Box 6ti>a citr Pont olCce. delO 3t* t^OR RENT?A STORE with DwtUingattached, in a cocd business location. Inquire of B MACKALL Jr.. No 45T istb street, between I &nd F streeta, at S o'clock any evening, dein .It* T~ WO HtlFBE3 FOR RENT? 0;>e Famished, with ten roovu^. One Unfnrmeted, with tea rooms Appir to JOS. g. KfiLLRl, No. 361 ?tk street, near 1 street. _ _ delO GtJ t>OR SALfi?The CITY BTfi&M LAUNDRY. 39? Penn. avenue,'ootwo'<u <.'?* and oth streets, ia cow offered for sale. It hat latelr been refitted, and ig doing a good basinets. A ra.e chance is ottered any one desirous of doicg a good basin**s. with a small capital. For term? ap?ly to Mrs. BATES. Delavau House, corner Penn. avenue and ?th stree^ de lOfit* FOR SALfi?The LfiASfi and GOOD WILL of the New York Hotel. sLuated on 0 street between and oth streets west. Tbia House is well Fur nished, and to one desirous of engaging in tha bu*in? aa pr*<3?u ta a rare opportunity. of tha Proprietor of the Hotel or of J. M, fifiCKIR, at Greoen'e Beataarant. corner of8th aad ? gtraata. deio-af F FOB RfiNT?A new 8T0RI ROOM, on M atraet north. between loth aad nth streeta west, wall i da?ted for a retail Grooery and Provision Stere. 'tqnl-eoatha>ramieeg dee tw* RRAT OPrOMUMin-tMUUHD #or bMM. Or That large aad well-aituatad Lot of Ground aad aafinlahM Building thereoa on fi atraet aortk. between 0th aad 7th atreeta weat, kaowa aa *rt of ?rdeniagffro?e , Utwe and paw. arith aaoeaearr out-bulldiage. Par km wiafcir* ta purchase, are invited to call and ?WBOBT. B. H.VITT. B " ? > bi: ~ L CM * ? Bill L, ft general e^ertss^atofBatliers LuaaWr, at lew ZSS??L ft ?rnec of h*M aad Graea straate, AUCTION SALES. THIS AFTERNOO* AMP TQ.,MOIlR#W, ^RC1STK n&Ue&AL9*OP ?V A LI^AbT'b* *4 B A& 1 Pnoraatr ox K mtebit. urr* ill Fjrraam BTKWTt 4IP Yxaaosv itiici -Ob SATURDAY next, tbe ?h laitKt at 4 fWosk ?. mu vtiMI hU, ob Ui trrmt*?, Lota I u4 4. la SivMiMt subdivisionor? go are Me sia fronting Ml K street. and running back IK feat to ? 15 faat ai tT '.V?*8 taiBg Improved by two aeat end aafc ?ttnJui. Teae neata. *,Tk' Prcr?#rt7 1* eligibly lr*?ted la a m?et deetra KJJST1 ?*!>? ?*ty, wfthln a few Mo si. of the President a Hoaee aad faces tk? imn at the iater aeftion of Vermont avenue and K mwt. lauaiattp InijwoTed by U? Commiaaioner of Public BaM feraoa: One third la u>k; the remainder In Bis aad tlna months, secured by a deed or treat. All ?OBTe?ax>cla#at e??t of ?h? acrchaeer. , A Bl Ra Trustee. deT J ? C MeGUlP.a A 00 By WM, L. yAHr J^92;,^etloo*#r8 (<BRAT 8 A LB Or ll'IMTl KB ANOgODat V ?rnB!Hwiaa Goons at ArOTloa -Oa MONDAY MORMNO. 14th ioat , at 1" o'c'oek. we will .alt at tha Ball near Meeera P. H- Hooa A Oe.?e Stora, Paan avecne, near corner of 9th streat, where tb* Goods will ba removed from ator*?? for eonraa teoaa c f Bale, a large collection of Paralturw aad S^^S&nWd T^rpfTao fort Parlor Suites. ia Broeatel and Repe Bofaa. Tata a tetee, Parlor aad Bear Chain OUt aad Mahogany Frame Mirrors Marble top Sideboards, Centra Tables Ua^bitanda _ f* |Bai'4UJ(il Brussels, Three-plr. aad Iaaraia Carpets Oilcloth, Cocoa Matt la a. aad Ruga ? w Handsome Marble-top Walnut and Mahogaay Bh Wa2nut^Oottaae Bad Plain Bedsteads Mirror- frontMahogany and Walnut Wardiohsa Feather Beda, Pillows, and Bolsters" Hair. Shook, and Spring Mattraases Brooatel aad Bay ct verwd Lounges Otteaaana and Basy Ohaira Keoeptlon aad Mahogany Spring Seat do Walnut and Oak Bxtenaion Dining Tab lad Plated Taa aad Dinner Beta Mahegacy 81d? Tables, Roxnddo Refreebmeat Tablaa, B tan da, Bote Tables aad Oaf# Mahogmnyead Walnut Whatoat and lt?rra Tollot Beta. China, Glass, and Oroehenr Warn Dlniug, Oane seat. and Wood-aeat Ohaira Mahogany Dressing aad Plain Bareaaa Large Baay Chair Cane seat, Arm and Revolving Chalra Walnut Bookcase Mahogany.Frerch. and Cottage Badwadl Paintings and Engravings Borkstahds leraia cash. ^ ^ W4LL & fln # Ao<to rios.-At our galea Booiu.4^7 Seventh street, reen ??? and H. eoinm' ucinp on MONDAY IMN'G next, December 14th. at 10 o'clock, and By J. O. MoOTTUUI A CO.. AuatloneerP. FUBNITUKB OP A f iMlLY I)BC LI I WO Hocsssixv:p?i at Public Acctiox ?On MON DAY, Dec 14th, ALIO o'clock. *t Wo. 41T Beyaa teectn atrdet, b?*ween H and Iatraet*, waabafi eali all tha Fnrnitnra and Kffe^u. eorop'iaJn*? llair Cloth Parlor Bnita, compriaing Bofa, Bo? and 10 Bide Ohaira Gilt Mirrtr.Ourtalna. and Bhadea Marhlo-tcp Centra Tabiea. Oard Tabi^a Gafl Pixtarea, Walcat Wbntnot Maple Secretary and Bookcaae Brncaela, Three-ply, and Ingrain Carpeta line*. Oil Cloth Bidebcard. Bxteralon Tab e China, GLiaa. and Crockery V* are Single and Double Bedstead*. Bnreaua AVardrobae. Waahhtanda, Toilet 8eta Hair. Cotton-top. and Husk Mattraaaaa Oane-aeat Caeirn, Lounge Cookiug and other Bt*}Yf,? . .. Toge'^er with a lot of Kitchen Ctannls. Terias eaeh. j c Me0r jRg A CO.. Auata._ By W. B. LEWIS A CO.. Auctionaare. 127 SiVfutb Urett, bftw?:n (? arid H *!rr<lt. ? ('BAND HOLIDAY BALK OF OVKB 6.0?? ?1 L??T8 ov Goods t^riTAi-LR PuB^axTii a* AorTi 1-pt.ween MOBNINGi . continuing eyery evening at 7 o oioc.a. Thr1 at<iftk conpf!?t?of corelgnmertaof? Gold ^nd SlWpr Watches, Chairs, J.*welry Gold l'ens and I'eueli- Rings,Ohar.ns BliTer plated ffi,w ar Tea Sets, Castors. Cake and Card B&Pkets, Batter Dtshex, Oap*, ?a'ta, TaW?. T?a, and Da^wrt Spooaa, Porke, Lad lee, <1 c Tabio Cutlery.aa Kine Ivory Balauoe-handla Din ner and Tea Knives, Carver-, Oocoa and BxT talo Knires and Porka ; a good variety of Three, Pour, and Six blale Pocket Cutlery China?Cups and Saucers, Vases, Ornamenta.aad Jewal Casrs, Lamps, Oloeka, and Looking QIasmi Splendid Books, aa Family Biblea, PhotopanUift Albuma. Annuals,and Standard Booka, la ? variety of atylea _ _ Rosewood aad Mahogany Be-ks, WorV and Jawed ry Boxes. al=o, TOYS?TOYS?TOT8 !! .iiro Lota of Preach and German Toys, Includlagr BT?t Wax and other yarlaty of Dolia Goods open for Inspection and Private Bale during the day. ^ deli st W.JB. LBWIB A CO.. Aaete. By J. C. McGCIRB A 00.. Auctioae?r?. DBBIBABLB DWBLLING-HOUBB AND LOT OS Twai-iTH htbbbt kbsT. bbtwiri G ahb H STXBBT8 SoaTH at Pcblio Balb.?Oa MONDAY AFTBBNOON. December 14th, at 4 o'clock oa tAa prnmlaea, we shall aell the south half of Lot No. Ed. in tqoare No. 2>, fronting 24 feet on Twelfth rtreet west, betweenG and H street* north,run ning back to a public alley, improved by a hand some and well built Threo-atorr Frame Dweliiag honae, with back building, with gas throughout, bath room, finely papered and Bniahed thronghoat and in ail respects* desirable residence. Terms oaah. pi-iMfaflslon given on or befora January lat. Title Indisputable. Conveyances at the eost of tha purchaser. J. O McGUIRK A CO . Aucta. By J. 0. M>-GCIRB A CO., Auctioneers. PBRCMPTORY CASH 8ALB OP LOTS BAST or te? Capitol.?On TTJBBDA* APTBB NOON, Dec. ICth, at 4 o'clock, at our Aaetta* Booii h, w? enallaeilto the higheet bidder for oaah, the following Lotrt lying east of *.he Capitol; via ; Square l"74. Lots 4. 5,6,7. D.?, 10, aad U H>?, " 18, and 17 1005, " 15 tar. " 2 and 4 1119, " ?aBd7 11*?, *? 1 ?? 1111, " 11 and IT e? of Sgnare 10??, " 1, 2, and S 1040, " i. .1,4. and 4 1(T7*. " 2fl S"<r of ??;nare lojs, " All " logs, " 8 and if Ills. " s 144. " 4. Conveyances at the coat of the purchaser. dc8 _ J. O. McGUlRB A CO . Aact. By J. O. McGUIBB A 00., Auetioneare. WBUSTBE'B SAL* OB VALUABLK PBOPBRTT 1 ok Sxconp sTaxiT. Rirviu B up C arxaBTa *ORTh?On WKDN BSD AY AFTBBNOON, Deeetn N. r If ih. af 4 o'.-losk. on tht pramisra we sha'l aeB Lotae in HesorFatlon No li. fronting lafaetoa See<^iid street, between B and 0 a'r??te anrth.aad imniiifc* bx.-,k !C"'eat to a5"'foot ali?-y, improved ou the front by two Frame Dwelling houeea, eon t ah Jug four rooius each under which is a fiae lea* h 'tise. and on the ' ear by a email Frame Dwelling, containing lour rooms. ThU property is well located In the immediate vicinity of the avenue, principal Hotels, Adaxae Bxpr?es Company's M'areriouse and tke Depot,aad la believed to be valaab e as a bueloeee looation. Terms . $ J u(jO In cash ; th?> remainder in al\ and twe.vc montba, with iateroat, "wrored by deed of tru?t on the premise*. CHARLES McNAMBR. Trustee. dr7 J. 0. MoGUlRB A 00 . Aactx^ BjTGRBBjTa-WILLIAM^. Anctioutera. T'BCSTIB'B 8ALB OF BBAL X<*TATB-Bt 1. virtue of a deed of tiust. executed tbs Stat dar of December, 1?19,and recorded ia Liber J. A. B. No. 196 folio 73, at a**., and of a decree of the ta rr? me Court of tha District ol Co.umbla. pasaedow the tirst day of Dao . 1R63, in a cause (No. 11. ia f-quIty) wherein John N. Trock la complainant and Cato Ward.Georre Newman, and Lysander ?. Ir-rhare defendants, the subscriber, aa Truatea csder said decree, will s?ll. on tha premlaas at # o'clack p.m., ou TH DBS DA Y. the 4h day o* Jan uary, 1884. Lot numbered twenty-eight ?n B?a*rw numbered four hundred and eleven, with the ap purtenaacee. . . , . _ Terms: One-half caso , tha balance la alx noath* with intereat, ascared by a deed of t rut on the * aFi conveyancing and Stamps at tbe tost of tha purchaser. M TliOM P80N Truatea i de'.Q-eoAds GBBBN A WILLIAMS.Auef._ By J O. McGUIBB A 00.. Auctioneer*. TRUSTBB'B 8ALX OF SMALL BRICK DWILL 2PG HorHP jian Lot o? Tw*i.fTH sthkkt, aa TWKII K AM' V tl KBET8 XOaTH?On HATDADAT APIEltNOON. December 18th. at 4 o'clock, on tha fremises, by virtue of a deed &( trast dated Jaua th. Kt3 aid duly rec< rilwl in Liber B. C.8 ,No. C. tolioa 2id et seq.. one of tho land records Cor Washington county. D C . I ahall aell the aouthera peit of lot No. IS, in Square Nc.l!>i. fronting 21 feet oa Twelfth street weat, between B and F atrceta north, ruunii $ back W,feet to a 50 foot alley, improved by a eubHanUallv built and waU arranged 1 wo atory and Basement Brick Dwelling, house. Tf the*t?m? of sale are not compile I with in Ave rtaVa thereafter ^the Trustee res? rve- the right to ? aouoe In the National Intel* t ? ? hn i i m ^#*>A ! , ornoa or CHiaa QcjMwaMABTxa, ( WABmBOTdV,D a7Nov.ao.uk \ On the (lrat aad third WBDNBBDAilTBft MB 16th of December, 186J. will be aoM at Public Auc tion, at tbe Oavalry Dapot at Gieeboro Poiat, mm thia oity, a H0B9B8, eondemaed aa unfit for public aervtea. Bale to er mmenoe at 10 o'elock a a, , lema caah, la Government laada. ,, A C. G. SAWTBLLB. Lieutenant Colonel aad C Q M., del-Ht Cavalry Bnraaa. A BBIhTANT QUABTBBMABTBB'B OFFICB, | A Gamer aarf T?mtj-modd ?vesta. _ I Will be sold,at*Pubt^liuitioiijjsa WBPNBB >th aad S3d of DcoemUr. l??, attte Will be sold, at Public An ttion. a DAYS Ue 9th and 23d of F ' Corral, near th A lot of Pnblle Terau ^ BirTY TO*B mat. jwsfci-ss a^vtST^jss^ipx aad Aa l*c.bwo^eriDg the her far a ale. Th*a* wh. ??Mt* tte.?5?Pa,av!.i>M.4^aad?Ue4a.