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WASHINGTON, D. C.. TUESDAY. MARCH I. 1864. N?. 3,431 THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISHED EVEKY AFTEttNOOW, (8UWDA7 BJTCBPTKD,) AT THE STAB BUILDWOS, OOim PBWB'A AVBHTTB AKD llTH STBBBT, BY ? W. J>. WA.LliACHt Papcre served without wrappers, by carriers, iGcents per week; in wrappers at the rata of 86 per year. To mail subscribers the price is f$ per year, tO for six months. Papers procured at the Star office counter, with or without wrappers, Two Obktb bach. tr advbbtisbhbkts should be tent to the .~*ce before 12 o'clock m.; otherwise they may sot oppear until the next day AUCTION SALES. FUTURE DATS. By J C. McGUIBB tc. CO., Auctioneers. DkSf JVABUi DWELLING SOUSE NEAR THE T REASTJR7 rRP^KTHK.HT AT AOJTIO* ?Oa THLRcLAY AITERNOOS, Marcb 31 at4o'clock, no the p-?mlses *"8 shill se'l a niia wall fiul'had frar.e Dwelling Hon?e containing ei/ht tooth, tccetbor with t:;e Lot, at p es at occapied br Mrs. M. A. Yager, liquated oa 1* orth D strest nsar 15th street. Ths pr* mi?o? can be examine! on application. Tera sone t: 2rd casX tna remo.liMwr in six *?id twelve months with interest, secirid by daaJ of tTrst. Conveyances at cost of tbe pircasser. 89^*1 ^mediate poMe-'sfoa glv^n. Taa Farnitira Bi?y be pare! wed at v el nation if desire], f-r? f C^ror.] J. o. Mr-QqjHS fr CO., Ancts. By J. C McGUIRB A 00.. Auctioneer*. ?TWPTBE tJ SAL* Of A FARM CON l'ALNING 1 110 ACBKS. MoBE OK A.B38, Bitoatid is If air fax tOOBYY, VlBNiMIA, ABOUT 0BB Ml LB PKOM BAII !.>'(? CORNERS OH THB MlDDLg PTKB ? I Shall fell st the Auction Booms of J. C. McGaire & Co.. cn TUE&DAY.the 22d of March. 1864, at 12 M., by virtue of a deed of trust to the snbsciiber bearing oate the 23d of May, 18 j9. ami recorded hi Libar B. I.o 4, Folios 1JS 4c. one the Land records for Fairfax County, Viryinis, the following described properly. lying and beidg in the (bounty of Fair fa*, and State of Virginia. Tis : Bagiuinif at A, stone planted on the south side of the Middle Pike Bead. th?nce with sa d pike north wss erly to ?an.uei Perkins' corner at J, thtnea soutn we ;ter ly along said Peikl&s line to a stska I thance southerly along the said Perkins line to a staka L, tbence oortwesterly along said Perkias' line to a stake R, thence southerly to the north furs of Holmes' run on Kiog?man's line to H, two marked maples, pfneanCrsH saplings at King^man's cor ner, th> nee southeasterly along the said ran to D, a stsKe one pole from Lipscomb's line, thenc > north 32?* <Jeg , east 231 poles to A, the beginning, con tailing 110 A'res of Land, more or loss. to?ather w'th all and singolar. the improvamea's, privi lt^es, hereditaments, and appirte.iaaoea to the same. Term : Fifteen hundred dollars in cwh on the dty of sale, the rendue io twelve m ntiis from day f t saie with interest, secured by a deed of tru*ton the p-? irises. If he tt rn s of sale are not complied with with'n tfp i?ays alter tht sale, the- trustee reserves tha right to retell at the risk and expense of tha de faulting purchaser on ouu wee!:*' no'ioa ia the *rtr'5g >tar. R sf OILBEST Truste-J fe!6-2?w J 0 McGTTIBH 4. C) . Auct?. Hy W. L. ALL ,V CO., Auctioneer*. CTt> ITKD PTA ^E^ J:A'iia -vL'3 HA'.EOP TiH Pi m?r Cerks sXD F^gihb.?In vir'ae of a c?"T ",is*ued frona the \>let?? s Oflle of the gaprema C? ui t ot tbe District of Colum'iia, hoMing a din t-<ct court ard to me directed, I will se i attha N vy Yad, In 'he p*?^rict of Ojltim'li% oa } ^ II>A Y. the 4th day r.f Marsh. 1:6( f ir ca h at S o'c't c\ p. va,, the Bl JlAMBR CUES' fo:ir ?N GlhEB, Ac. Ac., WABD H L*VI ?N. I"nited States Marshal feg? lit \W. L. W ALL A CO.. Aact* SALE OF CONDli lN BD UORiKa AND MULE?. ?(CB, ) iHkton. J 24, 1? i \ CHIFP QnAlTKRMASTR's OPFICK, btvot af Wafhmkt Washington l). C. Feb 24.. , Will be sold at public anetion at tha Corrals, near the Obs>rv?'i-vv, sn ifce city of \Va.,hir'^tf,n I> C.. oil WEDNESDAY, Mire'J 9. HlJl, and on WEDNKfcDAT Mnrch 2:t 8-4. ?. lot of HOKt'Esi AND MCLE^, coad^mned as unfit for ynhlic service B?ics to ccao me>>C8 ac .0 o'clock a. m. Terms cash in GoTernofn^ fnn<is. T) H. RI7C^E? Frig Gtn ar.d Chief Qf?rtermagter, fe 24 td De -ot of Wns'ninifton. y^TCTION b ALE Olf 0 JNDKMN ID SOttili. War DsPARrMR;.T. CtVALuy Busbao, ) ' Jfiie of Chief ^uinermutter, S Wn^h'ttrirm. IK C . F- b '9, 1^H4 \ Will *"e sold at pn ;ic *u"tion, t-. t ie hi^ bid der a'i the plac- a a :i L&Tj-'d li-?lov,viz : At fliffiiu I tuo. 3 Horfe- F idny, 4th ilareh At V.iiliamsport, s enna., 30 Ho-?as, Taasday, fcth Msrch At A'toora, Penna , 3H} Ilorres, Friday, litb March. AtNsw Brunswick, N.J.,30 H >rses, Taesiay lftn Msrcb. At Bastoc, Penna. S1" Hordes, Friday, 13th March. At Newark N. J , 3<>i Horses, Taesday, 221 March. At Lfbfc&on, P: tea., 3 0 Horses, Fr.<fay, 25tb kit' < h At Wilk?f-bhrre. Penra ,?0''HorE-'8,Tnesdav,291:h Msrcb. UmsHoifsn h?To >?cnf n' ^cet tsun?rf>r tA? ? av?lry t-rvise o'tbe Usiiad i?ta* ' Army. iO' roid ?.id fArm p ifpo es mao* sojd bargains n.s j l" La'. Ho-st t will sold singly. 8aU s to tegin at ;r< a. m. a-.d rortinae daily t'U ah sre <sr>ld T*r;.* cs-h, in Usitel f-U.**" Trea^nrv N >tas OfsJv J % MSS A *>'0 ".it Ctief Qo?rt?rmas'er. Cavalry Baretu. I A V COOKE <Sc CO., ' B A S K E R 8 , AMD Ccr lcrs In Goverumcnt Seeariilest N?. 45^ Fifteenth Street. WE BUY AND SELL, AT MARKET RATES, L. S. FIVE-TWENTY BONDS, which are no longer issued by the Treasury to subscribers, the whole amount authorized having been taken. ALSO V. S. Six PER CENT BONDS OF li?M, SEVEN-THIRTY TREASURY NOTES, FIVE PER CENT. LEOAL TENDER NOTES, CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS. COIN, CURRENCY, AND EXCHANGE. We p?y the highest prices for ARMY AND NAVY VOUCHERS aid QUARTERMASTER S CERTIFICATE CHECKS. it 4-dti "TaY COOKE A CO. "'OODALL'S FASHIONABLE T DANCING ACADEMY, United Hall, 1WA xt'tet, a few doors from the Avenue. Papils can Join bis classes or take private lessons and thus perfect themselves in all the fash ionabl6 Ball room Daceae with privacy and j|9 expedition. IW Tbe Beautlfal Sceptre Exercise for ladiesujil^ snd all ;oook persons, for the prevention ant* cor rsction of round shoulders, the ugliness of a Btooj and such distressing afflictions as a weak chest an 1 spine. The Indian Club Exercise for gentlemen. . Clsrses ara new forming. Gentlemen will please to call early. Card* of terms uiay be bad of Mr. Gacdall.at his rooms. Lessons on the Violin aod Violoncello. Ja za-lm* HP E N T 8 1 . T E H T B If I T E V T 8 ! II Sutlers' Tents <ro h&nd asd made to ordar at LILLY'S Awciag and "tent Factory, 4X street.] doors sooth of Peun. avenue. Colonisation Baild iug. N B.?Second hsr.l Tents bought and sjM. ja 39 lm? c F U K N IT IJ K E. FTTRNITUBE. h The Largest and Clteap^st Stock of CABINET PCRNITURE in the District?at 31? Pennsylvania avenue, be tween Ninth and Tenth streets? Iron Hall. BOTELKR tt WILLSON. Jan 19 In IChronicle.l nCOTS AND BHOn TO AUIT THE TIMES. jfm are bow ms'itfactoring all kinds ct BOOTS bDOBS,and eoas^ntly recelvlaga sup t ly of Eartern-made Work of every descrip m tiou, made expressly to order, and w.il be gold at a meek lower pries than hai been _ kirctifo's charged la this city for maoh irrerio' articles. t v. tots is Want of BOOTS and 8HC ES ?f Bas^art or UUv-made wcrk, will always dad s good r.suri Ksat In store aad at Ue lowest KiM. Give a* ?all. GBIFFTN A BROTHER, asf-tfr E14 i*enasrivanlaaesi.B*. PATTEN'S CAVALRY DBILL. &e tt. Ontpost ard Patrol Duty, with the Hiu(uii>h I>rill fc r mccnted Troops. AtcCiellaa's E<irop<aa Cavalr? . U.K. tfecfe lan's U. 8. Carairj iu Virae of Waf, Bl.y> N<.Jan's Hi^ory and Tactics of CiVAlry. Loaljn: $t ' Sc'ss on Cava'ry Horses, 81.51. tT 8. Cavslr? Tactics?3 vols. Si #n. Covke'a liaady B-ok tor U. 8. Cavalry, Md U Cooke'a Cat airy Tact:c??J vols, flffi. t !nltii'sCav?!ry**CQ?l-L?adou, SI 78. H.-ltL*h Cava-'ry Re?uUUoTus-L<iaann 34. B.-!tiih Yeomanry B"gala'io?S?L^alon 515\ Rcimers History and nan age meat ofCavjiry, Tarner oa Training Tonag Iloraes?Lonian, Si lit# Ic\tii oa Outposts. Patrols.ke. Rjbbln's Car ally Catechwia?London, ?1 SO. f?'* FRABCK TAVL03 V'&* VSV'n^i ?2&Ug&Xi ue fet-lrn iChtw.i TERSONAL. MADAM KLI 4J- TA? (rrtat Astrolotist and Phnxolog'tt?Who perfectly understands the r'abi.ary itfluetoe and effects 8h? is therefore ab e to give ir?trortiona rstfariin*- Hetlth, Mar riage Ar, Madam Kiinemo ba consulted on ihe Pa-'t, Pre??nt, and Future Events and wi'l iumre general satisfaction, by rallit^ at No '240 New l^rk areaoc, up ftaits, nearjitli it. fa S9 Ui*_ IVJOTICB ?All persons are forbidden from trnst in* ft; ARTEA YE.SABl.E, my wife, or any otv er ptr ca oa rr.s account, as t will pay no deb a created lor any oue bnt myself. WILLIAM VENABLE. L street east, near Fourth. February 2g, 1864. fe 25 1w* IADIES, ONL Y LOOK AT TH18 l-We are now a prepared to do any kind of Bubmida!-/ by skil ful bands, on sue.1* terras that canaot fail to latisfy. We do your Stamping in elegant style, aud no botch in*, and wish it to be nnderst-jod t*iat wa are Dot com ectei with any other plaoe of the k<nd in the city, where Stamping Is advertised. ttf Our Ilace is 3M P street, opposi'e '.he PatentOfioj jpm ock out that you do not mistake the street. We da;iy receive new Pattern* for Braid and Knbroi dery ju't on*, and stamp your good> while yon wait Machine Stitebing neatl*Cnne. fe 13 D_______ ___ May be cor.suited confidentially, at 49J Seventh street, between D and 1, near Odd-Fellows' Hall, Washington. D 0. ?S^Honcrable and scientific treatment guaran teed fe 6 lm* MBS. L. SMITH?AN EXOBJLEN V CLAtR voy&ntand Test Medium, 5*0 I street, de scribes and communicates with spirit fr!aa*s. sees living friends at a distanc, talis their character, fets names, examines di-wssen perfectly, magna iEen, reads the fature. Hours from iOa.m 'ill 3 pm. Sittings SI. fe8 4#* FAP'ES, LOOK HBRB ? Ton can cow gat aay -J kind cf Stitching an 1 Tasking as well as Plain S. win? dons at the Ladies': tamping Depot, 3S1 F stoeet opposite Patent OfC^e, by a fir?t class ope rator on Wheeler A Wil-on> Machine Work. nea'Iy aud promptly done. La les yiur patronage it' you plea^A. We can now accommodate ladies with indelible mark rg a.* well as initial Htampiug on Handkerchiefs Pillow Oases, 4.0. Only piace in ten for sroh work. de 29 tf PMBDIOAL. TRgOKS Suffering with Syphilis, Gonorrhoea, fUeet Seminal Weakness, or Private Diseages Oi any description, should call immediately upon DB LA VI8. Female Dis?a?e?.treated in the most scientific ?cd suecefsfcl n.accer The Loetor'p Diploma b.*-ng? in hie office. A cure guarantied. Fees moderate. DR. DAVI3. 43* 7th street,opposite Post Office, !tm Room 22 np stairs DENTISTRY. QREAT DIUCOVKBY IN DENTISTRY. ExtracUd %tit fiout Pain uiitk ths Mvhrin o/ Oyyv-n. 1 would advise all persons having teeth to ev 'ract to es'l r.t Dr. L* Vy 1KB cfic?. iud har^, them takes out by iiis nc ?* Mid h&rmleis process Also cau ana ZTT examine th<? Doctor's cun aud in nroved matted of Iaserting Art Sci.il Teeth. I* )Oui;n?? see the great Improveme.it in r id teeVn Ton will hav* tham in no other sty'-it'ian this n^v ? ud taloableout, Ko. Pa avenue, fcatweu:: ?fth and uth streets. no 13 8. R LEWfE M. D.. D-antist. VI _ 2 EETH. i* I ? JiOC'MIS, M. si., the Inventor tad Patentee of the MIMlKAL PLaTS ^ 0 C ' >1. at fei>ds s?. soB?liy al his u&ca is tb;B .ity. Many persons can wear t?:ese teeth who cannot wear others, and no person i*ati wear others vbo canart wear theae. Perions calling stmy offl ?c."in aceotnmo 'at?d with *r> ?ty!e and prioe of Teeth tbey may (JtS.'-e, but. to ti-ose who arw particular and wish the j>ar?ft , cl ;an*Rt, strongest, arid most p^rf^ct dt)i.tur* that art car produce, the MINCRAL PLATJS willbi more ally varrsnted Booms in thiscity?No. 33* P.-ncnylTaniaavenue between 9th and 10th streetr Also, 'i07 Arch st , Philadelr>hia. tnar*-lv tkaveleUkS' dirbctor y. 3ALT1910KF. ARB (>HiO RAil.KOAo. On and after Wednesday January 2f>th,18S4, daily trait's will he run between Washington and Neis '<ork, and Wa=hinjrtot, and the W'st asfollown; FOR PHI LA DELPHI A, N5V YORK and BOSTOF Leave Washintstor. at 7 and 10.46 A. M. and ft msc 7.30 P. M., except Sunday. Ou Sunday, at 7.3'' V. M. only. FOR BALTIMORE. Leave Washinsfton at 6.2>'i, 7 and 10.45 A. M. Mid 3, 4 25,5 and 7.3'> P. M. daily, except Sunday On 8undsy. at 7 A. M. and 3 and 7.a3 P.M..only. FOR ALL PAR'1'8 Oi THE WEST. Leave W"ashingfon at G.aii aud 7 A. M. and 7.30 P M. daily, except Sunday, On Sunday, at 7..10 P. vnly. FOR WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH Leave Ralt.mc.ro at 4.V 7.10 8 45 and 9.4fl A M. aifl 5.20, 5.15, and 8.2") P. M.. except 8jnday, On 8^aday, at 4.5( and 9.4.) A, M. and 3.20 P. M. FOR ANNAPOU8. Leave Wasbineton at 6.2>? A. M. and 4 25 P. M. Leave Baltimore at 7.1" A. M. aad 5.15 P. M. Trains leaving Washington at 7 A M aud 7 an p. M., go through to Wew York without change of cars. Sleeping Car on 7 3" P. M. traio ?The first and fourth trains from Washington, *nd third and fifth trains from Baltimore, stop at ill way points. For further information, tickets of every kind, fce., apply to George 8. Koont*. agent at Wash Ington Station, or at the Ticket Office. W. P. SMITH, Master of fransp't'n. L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent. Ja20-tf (Intel & Chron.) PAPER-HANGINGS, Ac. TIAPERHANQINGS AND 1 WINDOW SHADES J. L K1DWXLL wovid respectfully inform his fritnds and the public gi'.u?r?lly that he has now on Land a well selected aarortmeat oJ WALL PA PERS and WINDOW SHADES suitable f^r parlors, balls, dining rooms. A.e Also on hand, FlRS BOARD PRINTS, PAPER CITKTaINS. 00RD TASSELS, &e , all of which be is prepared to sell at the lowest cash prices All papers hung in the city-or country by experienced workmen at short notice. Remember the plsce? No. 307 D street, near 9th street, in Franklin Hall Building ja 19 2m H. W. PITKIN A. B. PITKIN, 1"3 hlnrka st , Phiifi. 481 A full si , Wa?kn\*ton P I T K I L CO., (Bucobujoss TO Bahsks & Oo.,) WHOLESALE GKOOEKS AMD ttealers Id Sailer' Supplies, No. 4^1 NINTH 8TREET, WAftHING-TON, D.O.. AND No. Ui KING 8TBEXT, ALSX.INDK1 A. Va. In consequence of the recent order of the War Department, requiring sptlers te load in Washing ton, we bave4hought it advisable to open another house for the accommodation of <?ir 4Wends. V, e take pleasure in announcing that we have purchased the entire alock and good will jfthe honto of Barnes ft Oo., 4H1 Ninth street, W*sb ingtoB, and can now offer the largest and best as sortment of Sutler's GoodJ, in both cities. One of the partner* <>sidh,^ in Philadelphia, is all the time in the in let for thepur^haHe of Sup plies ; and n* we buy for ca.*h, wc Hatter onrst'lvos that we can sell yrimr goods a<s low as they can be bought anywhere. In view of the many frauds perpetrated on pur chasers of Army Supplies, we have givwi personal and particular attention to the selection ofoir stoefc of Canned Fruits, Vegetables. Meats. Jellies, 54:1%. 4- c., and confiden ouimeud them to e of the vry bfst quality. We ijso invite y*>ur spsci.-vl attention to o*r larg stock of Butter Chces**, Foreign and Domeati Fruite? Tobaoco. fee gars, Sutler'# Hardware and Notion*, tuly yot rs, PI TKIK 4 00. Washinotos, January B?4. Having diKposed of our stock of merchandise Xq Ihe C a of Messrs. Pitkin A Co.. we take grea p.'iSaie in 'aconunending them toour friends and tustc.mers, who have "o-geuerously patronised ns We do- ac, with the knowledge that our saccessora are fully competent and disposed, to make it for the interest of all to continue the patronage to th*m wl4*b hasbaen so liberally ewtended to ns 3'33-lM BARN IS ft QQ. rpHE PU HEIST AND 0UBAPB8T MBDIOINB I Depot in thte ?ty is J. B MOo'rH West led Drag Store, 113 Penn. avei aa ?KB Booth side. TW ^S^Plly^irtaIl?, Prcssriptiona compounded Zm |5??r cent, cheaper than tfeo cheapest. fa t) *w F. '? v $$??*' i| j &v-tt ? Wtmttn,9,9, BOARDING. Good board and pleasant com?ohta ble ROOMS can be lecured at No. 312 Bridge street. Georgetown, rear Fiederick street. Tie toou is delightfully located Terms moderat*. A New Tortr lacy has cha-ge of the house fe?-Jt OR RENT WITH bOABD?One Large Front BOOM tuitable for four young gentlemen. a:?: Table Borders can be accommodate^. Te'm? nroderate. Mo. 261 G street, bet. I4ta and ISth. fe ?9 zt' _____ 1'ABlH BOARD ? A few gentlemen can be ae c jt rood a ted with Table Board, at 264 F St., bet 13th aad ?4th sts. fe 11-fr* TV!1CELY FURNISHED ROOM8 A*D BOARD? 1A for eent'e-tn ; alio a few TaMe Boarders can be accoi loodatG* by applying at 411 Ibirteoatb street, bet G scd H fe 8 lm NOTICE.?On and after Monday next, 0 GAU TUB will be prepared to reoeire regulaT Table Boarders at 97 Jpr weeh. J* l*-1-1 GEORGETOWN ADVER'MTS ?EOBGETOWN (D 0 ) FISH WHAftF FOR I RKNT. Mayob's Ofpici. I Georgetown, D. C., Feb 24,186M Sfai kd Proposals to rent the fish Wharf in this towt Kill be received *t thisoffice nt, til Thurs day. tbe 1'ith day of March next, frr one year from that data Terms cash Should any reaairs be needed the expenre will hare to be p*la by the party by whom the wharf may be rented. fe 24 td HENRY ADDISON, Mayor. Recruits Wanted TO FILL TBS QUOTA OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. BOUNTY FOB VETEBAN8, ?i55G, 8220 of vbich will be paid in advance. BOUNTY FOB NJBW BECRUITB, ^45S, ?225 el which will be paid in advance BOUNTY FOR COLORED RECRUITS, $150, Paid in advance. PERSONS WISHING TO 2NLIST Wiil apply to any of tue following RECRUITING OFi ICiJR8: B~S. SASBR. Engine Hall, near the Market, on Pena?yi7aD;? lyenue, between Seventh aid Ninth streets J. C. HYDB, Corner of Fourteenth and New York avenue C. A. KFA3HBY, H street, near corner of Nineteenth anl P?nn ?ylv&nia avenue. J C. PAUKER, Corner ct High and Dunharton streets, G*org% tOTT'). C C *. " GLJ.Y, Navy Yard Bridge, has been appc. ? Keerniting Officer. HBNKY A. BOHBBTZ. Captain and Provost Marsha.1, j 18-tf District of Columbia LH^Il SALS ? At 6i*a < >n:s Livery r.ud bolt V htab'e, c^rr.er of liiM*," a-.d Market streets, Gecr<fto*n a* al! times, Work, j~P Saddle, I'ariiage. auO ?arm Horses, will be' " *-* 6old at prices to Si:fT til* times, for ctsli ft. 24 lw* D T GLADMON Sc. 00. (>LARIF1&D CiDEL 1 y CLARIFIED CIDZ t! I bav<> Jrst received rer bark Ka* Etate.and a?i daily exp-cticg per mhooners Ma'tha ajd Fiyiug Dragon, large mppii'js of Prim") Cider irro:n to *h ch I invite the attention of all pardons in war t ot a good articl* at a low yric-?. RiBLY A. SHINN, No. 57 Gre?ne street. fe ?4-2w [Chron | Georgetown, D C OVSTKB8. Sutlers aid Families "ap piled with Oysters at SI" per grtlior . Corner of lith and ? streets. Ja28 lm* WBSER. PROfB^SOR ALEX. W0L0W8KI HAS THE honor to anaoaac* that in com pilar ac jflfj with the genera r?-?aestof his friends an?i|d5RS pnpiis, will give cue more and positively lastTaar* course of instruction in Bingmg and the Piauo Forte, ty his new and entirely original method. All those who desire t> become line singers or ev cr.llent performers can avail themselves of this la%t oppcrtsrity by applymc at his residence, No. 316 F street, corner oi lith et. fe 13-lm | ^ 1AKI1&I D1AHI18I DIARIES FOR 1CI?64 i FOB 1^641 FOR 1864 I Ti Yikiitub! 7 8 Tahiti>a| T5 Varietijcb i ALL BTYLEB I ALL BTYLEB I ALL 8TYL181 Wholesale and Wholesale and Wholesale and Retail 1 Retail I Retail I PHILP A BOLOMONB I PHILP A SOLOMONS! PHILP * SOLOMONS I METROPOLITAN BOOKSTORE, 332 Phi. Atiitii, Between Ninth and Tenth Streets. SS^Bent to the ABMT FB11 0F POSTAGE. de antf BEAT BABGAIN3 II SECOND-HAND PIANOS J TO MA&B BOOM.?One fine 6% octave Gahle's make, almat aew, One rt'ijfcMwB oetave Rosewood, Gilbert, a 125. One octave Loud & Co., Ko>4?ood, #13* One 6 ootave Gilbert. #80. One old fashioa 6 octave. 9?>. All of these Pianos are in best order and will be Moid i upon easy mouth lv payments, at the Music Store of W. G MET7EBOTT, corner of 11th street and Pa. ar. 8ole agint of Steinway A Sons' Pianos. fc3 jpULTON MARK IT, Focstkiitr ago 1 Strkkts Socth, Hotels, families, and sutlers are invited to sail and examine onr stock of Meat, Game, Poultry and Vegetables. Sausages and Bologna constantly on hand and.for sale in qnantities. Sutlers and pur veyois are requested to calL la28-lm* A. M. HEPBURN. Prop. JOSEPH REYNOLDS & CO., PLUMBERS, GAS, AND STEAM FITTERS. No. 500 Nikth Strkxt, near avenue. Have JaPt received and will constantly keep on hand, the largest and best assortment in the city of Chandeliers, Brackets, Drop Lights, Portables, G<aes Gl< hes. mica and other Sba-ies, and all arti c'? s in this line, from the best establishments ia New York, Philadelphia, Ac., which will be sold on the most reasonable teruis. Also, RANGES, furnaces, and Fire-Board Stores. We are prepared to furnish the best RANGE iu osfc anjwnere2on very reasonable terms. Hotels, Ke?truratits. Ac., are Invited to call. B e do all kinds* of gab, and STEAM fittings ?r> mptl* and cheau, as al^O ev'^rything in the I'lrHBING line ikthe most satisfactory manner. Call and see c ur T-athing Tubs, Fountains Water Closets, Wash-stands. Basins, Ac., Ac., at No. 500 Ninth street, n^ar Pennsylvania avenue ,tlie largest establishment in the eity. fe '2-eolm TIIP0BTA1IT TO FEMALES. DR. I'MfiKSKMAK^ PILLS. The ingredients is these Pills is the result af i long and extensive practice cild in their opera tion and sure to correct all lr re gularit ies. Painful Knf-truations, axxoviie .all ob3tbooiioii? ether from cola er otherwise, headache, piin It the side, palpitation of the heart, whites, all te r gons affections, hystsrios, disturbed twhich grins from laterraptions of nature. DB. CHEEBEMAN'S PILtS Af* a positive remedy for all complaint* pecuilai to Females iiddoiku wtra oiavaniTT riaioDioai gxooLi*iTT. Explicit directum, stating whaa they should lor b? ttbid, with ??sh box. Price B?L'TCmNGS PilLL 1/T EB, Propri etors, PI Oedar street, New York City. Sol*by B. 0 FOBD. 293 Pa. arenas. ae?-eo6ni t" """icewgBaiB** Old, youag, niarrlS, acd 4?*?i will tear a some ?>tl? "toe-. LOCAL NEWS. CORPORATION AFFAIRS. CousciL Procekdikgb, Feb.. 29.?Board of AlUervitn.?1 he Chair (Mr. Semmes) laid be lore the Hoard a communication lrom th* Mayor, announcing the approval of the act authorizing the Water Registrar to have the fire plugs at the intersection of streets taken up and reset when necessary. Also, a commnnication transmitting the monthly report of the Chief Engineer of tiie Fire Department. The report says all the ap paratus is In order except the Metropolitan Hook and Ladder truck, which is at th* shop for repairs, and the hose cart of the Western Hose, which is broken down, and the company is obliged to use the four w healed hose car riage, which cannot carry a sufficient quanti ty of Lose. The Columbia company has re ceived 400 leet of hose. The Chief Engineer again urges the necessi tv for the erection of a tire alarm telegraph, ai?*i thp purchase of steam engines, and notes t?r tbe lact that at the fires on L s;reet on the ~st of Januar.v ; the fire at Bartholow's wharf, and the lire by which the President's stable was destroyed, all ol the engines were not present because tl:e companies did not hear the alarm, and some ol them were late arriving there. This shows the necessity lor some ac'lon upon thin subject. At all of these fires much more good might have been done, and much more property saved if the alarm had in a moment reached tho companies at a distance, a3 it would do if there was a telegraph. Since last report, theie have been 16 alarms, viz: On1 by the burning of a tar pot; one oy a burning chimney; three tires out of the city; six false alarms, and five actual fires, which were as follows,' viz: One on January 21st, whereby six two story frame dwellings were destroyed, and others were partially destroyed, with a loss of $!0,0t0. There was an insurance of of S?2.!r75 in the Mutual ami Fireman's'Com pany cf Washington, aud the North American of Hartlord. Second lire was a two-story lrame dwelling, coruer of 21 stree. and M iry land avenue, involving a loss of SKK). Tne rtre was supposed to be accidental. The third tire was the President's stable, and involved a loss of The fourth lire was the burning ol a barge and laad of hay, a> Bartbolow's wharf. Iv.ss ?2,COO. Accident. The fifth fire was at 4M I street, between 7th aud feth, and was caused by spa>ks from a chimney. Roof slightly damaged. Reieired to committee ou fire dtpai tment. Also, a eommur.lca?icn euelosing an opinion of Mr. Bradley, Corporation Attorney, relative to tbe claim o: James Tor ies. Mr Bradley ta>s he r. ie v- d from Mr. Brown a statement of lacts respecting th" claim of Mr. Towles on the Corporation fur services rendered by him in suj.ern.tending 'he erec'iun of ail addition to the C< nter Market House in lfc.57, which en titled him to compensation. Mr. Brown says he knows the services were rendered at the leqneBi of theth'ii Miyorof the city; that these services were valuable to the cify, and r*?u- | tiered with the expectation of reniuni ration. The Mayor had theriglit toemploy Mr. Towles, and il be rendered \ .tillable services, the Cor relation is liable. Referred to committee on finance. The following were introduced, viz : By Mr. Plant, petition ol Geo VV. Kig^s and others, and by Mr. Semm>s, petitionof Johu Clark?wiiich ? were referred. By Mr. Gulick, bill to erect a fire-plug in lr< ut of the Columbia Engim House: wh-ch was i as.-eu. The joint it solution from <lie Board of Uo.n rron Coi>ncil, protecting against au increase ir. it.e price of gas, a. d requesting Congress to pram a charter to a new company: wa~ taken up as the special oider It was tm?ndcd by stiikii.gout 'be last section, which recommend* Congress to charter a new vompnuy, and thus leaves the resolution a* siranly a protest atainst an incr< asi- in the price ol gas, and then passed. The bill t > prescribe th? sp".n"s ot scales to be used in the piivate md pi.blicmarket?, a.id the bill to purchase a lot and erect a school - house in tbe seccul school district, were laid o\er till next w? i k lu'j.i/tie i-f < uti mitt' es were niitde as follows: By Mr l?!oyd (finance)? Bill authorizing a loan for bounty purposes; passed. [The mil j.uiboriz's the Mayor to anticipate th-* revenue by lean, and to issue fronds to an amount not to t xcttu Slot.',<C0, said bonds to bear six per cent, inter* st, and the money to b" used to nay bonuiies to volunteer*.j Bill to make a turt er appropriation ot .?="<),: 0" :o pay bounties: which ulro passed. The joint resolution tj provide f a a committee in ielation to a new market boufe was lost on tbc third reading; and the bill, report! d tr^m tiie same committee, author izing the j or t?. employ an addit onriI i lerk, was passed. B> Mr. Pepper, (improvements)? Kills to amend nu a^t to improve boutU Capitol s'ltet ai.d south E strtet; to pa, claim lor work done en K street bridge; to take up an ! relay the gutter on E street norih. between 6th and 7th west; to trade and gravel lfi-lge sfr >et, in the Third Ward; and bill to improve N street north, in the Fourth Ward; all of which passed. By Mr. Utermehle, (police)?Bill in relation to hackney carriages, cabs, and other vehicles; laid over. Joint resolution reviving a joint resolution appointing the Mayor, one member of the Board of Aldermen, and one member of the Common Council, a committee to give proper names to th" squares and reser vations of the city; which was passed, and Mr. Lewis appointed ou the part of this Board. The bill to regulate the sale of spirituous and malt liquors, and the concurrent resolution for a bouse of refuge, were laid oh the table, and the committee was discharged, at its own request. The bill in relation to Hie obstruction ol the streets and avenues, was laid over till next meeting. Mr. Gulick, from the committee on claims, reported bills lor the lelief of .Tames Rankin and James Dunn,and they were passed. The 6ame committee was discharged from the further consideration of the petition of JolinH. Diltz for relief. Mr. Plant, from the conference committee on the disagreeing votes of the two boards upon the bill to organize a paid steam fire depart ment, reported; and the report of the committee was concurred In. [The bill is the same as that reported in lull in the St or some weeks ago, with seme flight amendments.] Mr. Plant oflert d a bill from the Board of Common Council authorizing a contract to be mat'e with J. F. Kennard &, Co , lor the erec tion in ih s eiiy of a fire alarm and police tei t-f raph; passed, Mr. Peppev reported back a bill to grade and travel ?nh street east, lrom C street north to M street south: and it was passed. Adjourned. Cumvifiti Council ?A communication was re c< ived lrom the Major announcing his appro val ol the following acts: One instructing the commitue iepresenting the interests of Wash ington belore Congress; to revive an aet ap proved 1-03, entitled an act to advance money for an increase of the compensation of the Metiopolitaii police stationed in Washington: making an appropriation to reduce llth street, between Pennsylvania avenue and G street; to repair the truck and apparatus of the M<* tiopoiitan hook and ladder compauv: to tax unci litvnse dealers in barrels, rags and boxes; to purchase 5(Kt feet of hose for the Franklin fire company ; appropriating an additional amount to erect a new maiket house; amenda tory ot the act providing lor the appointment of a harbor master; for the relief of the Colum bia fire company; authorizing the Mayor to construct certain nag footways: a joint resolu tion of instruction*; a joint resolution of in structions to the committer representing the interests of Washington before Congress. A communication was received from the Mayor transmitting a copy of a comiaunica tion from the Treasurer oi the Board of School Trustees, itt which the tieasurer suggests that the Maj or ask lor an additional appropriation lifor the purpose of insuring school houses belonging to the corporation. Mr. Shedd introduced ft bill to trim aud gravel E street north. -Referred. Also, a bill to lay *. tlag footway across Pi an. avenue at Hth street. Relerrcd. Also, nuact entitled an act to revive au act approved February 1?, letij, transferring and surrendering certain engiiw houses and appa ratus to tit corporation. Passed. Mr. N. IV Earner introduced a bUl to con dt-r.-.p, open, grade, and pav<s au alley in square No. 5.13. Passed. Mr. Pollansbe* introduced ab?ll to grade aud gravel l#t street east; and also thtt petition of James Boben, which were referred. Mr. Ellis, lrom the fire department commit* tee, reported a bill providing for the deficiency in the appropriation lor the erection^of a build ing icr the Metropolitan HooJt and E^dder Company. Passed. Mr. Ferguson Jutroduced a resolution re qnesting the Secretary of the Board of Health to examine squares w>6 and -553 in the Sixth Ward, and tf in. his opinion, Uia condition of said squares if anch as to create dMoase In tiiat part of tte city in which said squares are lo ? tated, be will notify the owner or owners of taid squares that they are considered as a nui sance, and require them <o fill up the same, eo that said Wtfeftnees may bn abated. Passed. T*e ray+Xof tho coumiUM ef conference on the paid fire department bill was concurred in ?Ld the bill passed by the following vote Yeas?Messis. Harr, bonohue, Ellis, Fol ?ee'DKel'y' Kuight, N. I). Lamer, Xoye?, ' Shpd,J? Shepherd, S e phens, H. C. Wilson, C. Wilson, and the Prea luf D t?1/. ?KylT.?eEwrs- Canfleld Ferguson-* 1 be bill is the same, with one or two flight amendments, as that reported in August last iitm the Hre department committee, by Air tllis. ' J The Aldermen bill making au appropriation to pay ad?fli iencj for trimming tad gravelins I street from loth to loth, w.-is referred to ilje improvements committee. AldernH n bill lor the ie!iei of Wise and Callahan was pass d. Mr. tilis, from the Cemmiitee ou Fire !)?? Ihi rnnn vP?r)t? H biil lJ J?nreh??? hose lor it ? ? *,r? Company. 1 .?*?? i. Mr.N. D. Lamer introduced a bill tor V construct ion of a lire alarm and police teiegr-iidi v hictuwas passed. 1 T>**p*rtal order?the bill to provide for the tettPl "Security of ^ergons and property against violence and crime by a more general lighting ol the stieets of Washington and for other pur] otts?was postponed until next Monday n?jtht. J The Aldermen hill authorizing the Mayor to anticipate the revenue for trie purpose of pay ing bounties ; ai;d als j the bill making further appropriation fcr the encouragement of vol unteer enlistments, were pa?sed. Mr C. Wilson introduced the following : B'. rt Ktsolred, rfc. Tha* th?? committee to re present the interests of this Corporation be and are hereby instructed to ask Congress to so amendthp charter as to allow the farther in crease of the funded debt to the extent cf**200 - (Mio for the purpose ol encouraging voluiiWr enlistments and for other purposes Adjourned. 1 HE tiUKPTKlN OK FOilCtttLK EVTR V ^?fr> IJetaihkr.?Ou -Saturday, Judge Wvlie made a decision in the second case of Adam* agt. "CO., Vihici), with the other de^is'ons al ready published in the star, will cover all th?> questions involved. Adams, it will be r-mem bered. was ejected from two rooms, bv Hoor. whose tenant he w;is, and subsequently Hoor wat. lined lor for ible entry and detainer A dan.s purcha.-i d the housesubsequently, a>id on the 3(ith ol January, a grand inquest of thirty-three jurors, presided over byjn. tic s Hutes and Kinsey, assembled on the premise* to determine whether restitution of th* proper ty should rot he made to Adaws, and the in quisiticn was made asainst Hoor. Hoor ap plied lo? a writ of rtrhurari, directing the Jus tices to certily a record of their proceedings *o the Court. I hern were, however, two errors in the record, vhioh the ( curt adjudged 'o be fa.al to the proceedings, at d so determined t;> squa b tl em. 'I hotnpson. Ksq, appeared for Adams, am Messrs. Kridlev and w. J. Stone fr^r Ho r The decision of.I i;d;? Wylle is as follows: This c;?st is before t?.e court on c-rHxmri to Justices i;a>esund Km:ey, and Is to be decided on the laieof the record. The proceedings > efore the justices ori?ifi*it? I on it e written complaint of Adams thafii" h id 11 forcibly ejected from, and ny fore* kept out ol, cei tain pi emi es m the cry of W.ts'i ii gton by the said Cbauncey A. Hoor Th premises described are two rooms in the hon e ISo. doi?, in lots 2 and -I. ir square l-^-.of whi ti the complainant avers 'he >aid Ad un>, a' V e time of the forcible entry, was "seized in U'S demesne at ot leasehold and t- nant for v ars." 1 he complaint being made, th* in^ti es caused an inquisition t<> be h-l<i tu ihike !n. quiry as to trie force, and the tludin^of th?? Jtiy u- before us as part o: the recor.l in ;he CuS0. No iurth-r proceedings wt re tak.-n by t^e justices in consequent e ol the service of fi Lirtn.riiri, which itau the eliect tobri'i 'tie r. .? ord into this court. "? The proceedings in question were instituted under ibe loliov. ing provisions of tli ? st' tu'e tth, jlenry o, ch. if:?"Ami moreover, though thrs si.cli per sobs making such entry be pres ent, i r ?l>e cieparte,! before the tom'az of th ? i t&-. ji:ucee or bin e, n> v-vt .ei * ' or justice, iu some good to .vnn xf'o Ue I. . eri.?-^u so ei.i-i*d, or ill someo tie!- cen v^iit-nt place, according to t^r discretion, siiail have, cr either < f ihem shall have, aai thori y t,ud power t inquire by p-oplfe o. t:ie ?fini> couiity, as well of them tha make such forcible entiles into lands and 'enements >:-iV tliem winch titesam tiohl witn ft-iv: and 'fir l>e f linn before any ol them that any do'h on wary to the statute, then thf> said justice-; or jUrtice thail cause the lands and tenements io enu red or holden a-~ aforesaid to be ve-e'/el i.nd hall put the part; so put out in lull ? )?-' be^su u of the same lands and tenement--, so aioresaid entered or holdea." ln:;enjieh a^ the statute declared th-i' th? i.ar ty pm out by force should be "ivsipsed" h\* the justicts, tne couris decided th it thi- statn >"> did not ap)ily to e-talesle:-- thtin freehold: for that the terms sei.-in and disseisin itud reseiseconld be properly used only in i etc rent* to tenants ol the freehold. For cure of this defect the statute *2! Tames I. ch. 15, extended the remedy in favor of tenants for jt ars, and of other estates less than lrethold therein enumerated, not, however including teuan's ut will, orsutferan >e The object of these statutes was to lnri>i*h a means whereby a person who had b^eu forcibly put out of possession ot lands or tenein?ntf, ,>V unlav/fully and by force kept out, might ob tain a speedy und complete remedy, by resti tution ol the possession of which he bad been deprived by lorce. Hut as the remedy provided was statuary and summary, and the jurisdiction of justices ol the peace special and limited, the CTitrN have h? id, from the beginniug. th i* the direc tions of the statutes must b? strictly followed 1 he record in this ca-e discloses sey?ral errors which t.re latal to "he proceedings. The iirst is that hoih the complaint and the finding oi the inquest aver that a* the time of the alleged for-:ble entry, the siUd "Adems was seized in his demesne as of leasehold and tenant lor years," and the latter declares that the said Jioor "did disseise and expel' with strong hand the said Adams from the premises so field. * This is an incurable repugnancy; for Adams had claimed ard the jury had found only a i U asehoid for years in Adams, and of thit there I cor,Pi be no disssisiu. See l Hawk. P. c ch I 2-, *ect.:!!?, and authorities cited. -d. The lecord does not show that all the members ol the inquest were sworn. The inquisition, it is true, is .-igned by the whole twenty-tnrteobut in the body o! the inquisition it appears that only twenty-two of them were sworn. This is also u fa>al defect. Resides, it ought to have been shown by a certificate of the .justices themselves that the oath had been administered to the inquest, and thatfactsh juld not have been lilt to b# certified by the iuuuesi them? elves. 3d. It dot s not appear in the record that the defendant was called, or had notice of the find iug ol the inquest, that he might hive the opportunity to tender his traverse, if he thought proper, lu Queen vs. Winter, Cro. Jac. .-Vi Holt, C. J., said, "that if the party airaiust whom the inquisition was found would traverse the force, that was always a reason to stay execution; and that it had beea held a super eedeas lo the awarding it, and all Inquisitions of ofilce are, of common right, traversable. And li'lri we a" ""quisltion ol forcibly entry taken bcforeajnstKeof the peace, the defendant binders his traverse immediately, the justice must adiouin to another day, and award pro cess to return a jury thereof, lu .Sir Bichard r>rhy ? case an inquisition fonud a forcible euiiy, 8Ld the defendant oflered immediately, before the justice, to traverse the force. The justice mused the traverse and gi*anted resti tution: but Kelyng, c. J., granted re-resUtu lion. In the present case the inquisition rendered ?heir finding on the 1st of February, and the certiorari was not served till the PJL I All the author ties say that if thi? defendant It not pit sent at the time of the finding, he n list be called, that he may be aiford^d an opportunity U> traverse their findings. The record in this case does not show whether the defendant was orwas not present when the finding was rendered, nor whether he was calicd. This also is ? fatal defect. Having thus dispesed of th-?> several qnea. tiOLs arising ou the record in this case, I po i e< d to state the imptessions of t.be court en one or?wo pol its connected with prooeeJin s of this ch&j acter, which may be of u ?e in other rases hereafter. And first, we ntvlse that In all proceedinn under the landlord and tenant law of 1?<13 as well as ui.dtr the stalutes of Henry vl k.nd Jamea I, relating to forcible entry and de. talner, they be conducted under the snner. , ision ot the justices, who ars to SeteK; ? 11 questions of law for the Inquisition as well those rei ning to evidence as others- ami that the jusUjei. matoarword of tto prooeedin^b, similar to the records kept by the clerks of oorrts of record. Second, That i?i proceedings t? obtain r#sti? tu tiOPj in etises of forcit>?e entry and detainer, THIS WEEKLY STAR. Thi? e*<Wi?uvJ"naily and N?vi Journal, containing a greater yariety of interesting reading than can be fouud lu uj other, le publiaherf on Friday morning It Invariably contain* the "Washington News" that Has made the daily Evkxiho Stab circulate so generally throughout the country. Twain. Cask, invariably in aifiranos Single copy, per annum ...?i so Single copies, in wrappers, Fiv* Omrrt. the inquisition may proceed ex parte, or may h^nr witnesses on both sides, in their discretion, fh d<>'*ndant be not present when tne finding is rendered by the inquisition, th? luttjc*' or justices holding tbf same shonld defendant served with notice of the notice may be served as other fk #? of ^hl 8er"Ted ln proc^dfnits before jus. oers. n or aDd nnl,," he *PP?*r, in Phi f y attor"- y, wuhin thri'e days from 'nr pYn w^ih! u?Uc<?? Hnd lr*veme the , !? il wrltinp, the justice or justices may ireftt It as a waiver of the travere, and render urfrn,ent upon the finding of th> inquisition. 'i oV5?U ? ''>n'J&nt aPP"ar and traverse ! ^ juntos sboild then issue a ve? r re for a pent jury 10 try the issue b-fore thfrr, at snch time as maybe just and n%. salable fur both parties, under the eironm. Fihrces. Ali these proceedings require great car* and paitlcniariiy, are cumbrous expensive, a \! uncertain. But Uiej are the only r?'nw?dU?e we *? ?.r. '*a"*e be. r. able te gtt.Xfpr the .tUbco ^ hich tliey appl* and we m ^ ? ndea v ?r w n eke the bost of them until sn^Ttlme as be - can be obtained. ? AMUSEMENTS. ? LORD'S NEW THEATER TENTH SlRKET, ABOVE PENNSYLVANIA AV. POJITIVILY 1HS LAST NIGHT OP The brilii&Lt &nu tucceffful pl*y of R08KDALK: Or, THR HIPLK rfALL. VIhicl? First ntc^ssari'y be withdtawn for t>t# Dro auction of otke- novelties. The ,ait opport mity. thtrefore,of wt'nesonjr it win on THIS EVENING. M*r?h 1 W.tballits I Life ANT fcCENSRY, OORR8GT COSTUMES _ AND K ' POWERFUL CAST OF CHARACTERS, .Embracing tun names of MR. AND MRS C M. ,WAL00T, J3., -Acii the entire Ct mpany. Wein rtw-On y performance of Dion Board* ?8 It's great sensational play of "TfceOitoroon; or* Li'e in Liai?iao* " On Thursdav?The Prince of Comedians. Mr, I. 8 Clf rhe, will commence % bt i?f enggg roent. ? PRICES Of ADMISSION, Dross Circle and Purqne' te ? go cents Orchestra and Balcony Chairs.. 75cents Private BoTe* , *5 To Center Balcony Chairs f eenta To Hide Pn l<ric< 15cents qrcve.ru theater, rin-tylvfiriia Avenue, mar WiUaris Hotel. L-oi?iaT>Gaoy*? Doctor Al.ro of the liew Chestitut st. 'Ihe^Ur, rlula. TUESDAY EVENING, Va:c 1, 1864 LiJit time but fcor of MR. ELWiN BOOTH, A?;d last night p>sitiv. ly of the sup-rior Drama of RUV BLAH. This 1 Ttc.nij'ji Victor BUY ii ? > A K . V-tb the following u.a?LidiKnt arrant aient of (h us^ter : X t r a . Val6t to Den Saila ti . Mr E iwin Booth Liuv hcHtetio, e Li.i^riCod M;r utei of <n. Mr ObarVc B&rroa tCE?v E, M4DUID ytttiOD, iti'.ii Per'or ance t I conclude w: h the new and .a gtkbie Oouk oiietta ? f MUCH F'JK G OD NA41URB Adclphus M. B G. Rogers To-m'rrow r!*ht, HAMLET, B> reti ettof ihf Pretident o! t e unite'l Statis, VARIETIES I VARIETIES! rtOKIISG Fans. ATS5CS ASD NiSIH BlS. ENTIRl CHARSI OF BiLL. ATT. THAT IKhE^V D.i.NG TilH OOHBENT WiKK AT THIb GRitAT MLT810 H ?.LL, first nigi t of MI88 KITTY LES, Fccocd w^ek MiF8 MAGGIE VIRION. Lis* fix t igltf o' the pojiaUr a, tistdS, ELIZA ELOhENCH ard MON ?. iiAPTI8TIBI. j r 1 a*?t triuraciis of the two fa/ontes. **A(J?iI4 HUKI' ? nJ LI , a v? i N DIL ! SM T VEHCV ARfiSrS ?ojrb afl sec o?t? ra aadB^lis BOJ-. S, 1 NCE '-. or iH / 'j. ff'i r, 'j u ava, i-ALLET^, PANTOM? >1 KB, DHAMaS, AM> If AltCHS WEDNESDAY AfTEiif CON L tDIE :? jd&TINEfl. Ib prpparation, Fit* tiaimors' n.-w oopyri (bted I'-rs r :a, t ?? autiic- f oT"r tw ' r sjc> p: ? a p i.-m.rd in this city. This ritw local and graph'e on ma tniitl. i FEMALE PICKP30KST WAoHIN TOM. A I'r*rj?.'.ic Fsnnrauia of tae inside c,ud oatsid* of the hiich an', icvr iifa in th-> Oapi'>.. Prices, yiar.q gs cest?. Pivate B; ten. g5. fa tS OANTEREURY HALL, isr?i0 ' I CANTERBURY. V AKD HALL \ CANTERBURY, j THfATEB. I-OCiStiKA ATSatT*, 2m of *??tias&i and MetiotioUUka Hdtols. G*oao? Lka??. Proprietor. mohl. si'Aaa: IREiH A0C?8fiI0N OF TALENT I < vtBing's vr^'ormance wiil c mmenoswith hugo i g e*' I)rgn;?, in i: j? ict? of \j 1 T V L? . A tj CORA DAWRON, The Celebrated Double Voiced Sicfer. Fir tit appearance in Washioeton of '.ke uariraied P&;it?mimi:t3 and Gymnasts, the 8ANDF0RD TROUPE. m'lleITedia, Pri-rater Dtnseu^e from tha Pariflan Theaters. The Graxd Ballet Tronpe in the Chinese Ballet, K1M-KA. THE GREAT DRAMATIC AND OLIO COMPANY In an entire change of programme. Doors open at a ouartertc 7; performance at % quarter before 8 o'clock. Admiasion X> and Hi cU. POPULAR VAMILY MATINEE 4? ,, EVERY SATURDAY AFTERHOON, at 2 o clock, at half prices for ladies and ehiidren. fe?S6t WILLARDS' HALL, EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK! MY8TEE10D8 DISPLAYS! INCOMPREHENSIBLE DEMONSTRATE iS! AMD STARTLING WONDERS! in pretence of the CELEBRATED DAVENPORT BR0T3E ;8! Go and ste the greatest wojder ever w^tnesse* since the d&ye of the Apo; ties Doors open at l o'clock, commeacing at 7h. Admission &' c Jnt#. fe 2S ? * i"1 BAN D MAGICaT~BO I R K E ll AT WASHINGTON THEATER. Prof. WISEMAN, the great American M\*;*i?n aid Prestidigitator, baring Just returned from* highly aaccesafnl tour of theoM world, will appear in a series of spier.iid entertaiumeata in this citr at the Waehirpt^n theater, nth street, commenc ing on MO>DAY. Feb ?th, lew. The Ptofeit?nr willirtroCuce a variety of a*toci,bin? and woa derlul fep.tF *hicb are entirely uew audueTerb fore ?e formed ln this touctry AtfmbMon to all part* o.f the homee * ceata Poa cilice opsn from lutoUa.m, Doora oca a at 7 p6rforuiance comrnQtoea ?t 8 fe f it" C'ONCERTS AT ODD FELLOWS' HALL ?lira CECILIA YOUNG IU1ETCHMAR wiil ?ivi 04,1 'ellows* Hall on TUE? k March Is land 4th, - rifn?A fovanth Str. tt Presbyterian Church, pickets 6" cent*; to be :.*d at tke dm* stores of Messrs Cbas. Stott, D is. Clark. Joeepk ?*iln' ir !ji>ok- tore of Mr Wiu. Bal'AnVyae and at the Hall Doora opanat 7 e'e'osk, eensert to commence at 8 o'clock. fa 34 ?t* 1 NEW ATTRA0TI9N. 1 Flrit-clasi 81m ft?r? hi 7tk I HAVE OPiNED THE LARGEST, FINEST. AND CHEAPEST, MOOT AND fcHOE STORE In tka city of Washington, with a very extaatfra Stock of . LADIES'. MI88E8'. CHILDREN'S, _ ?ENTE. AND BOYS BOOT# AND SHOES, OfeveryStyleaad Qaality, at ^ri<ws toanlt***ry Fo. #1T 7th af? - M do< No. 01T rth street, Iatelliaenoer Block. .TOKal?wSrr,? ?swasB, A srswS,