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??. XXIV. WASHINGTON, D. C. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. 1864. N*. 3.6O?
Tib??tjbv Der a btbbvt . July EL BsM.
Betiee i? hereby g\ve? tbst sakeerlptloas will
Be reeeivsd by th. Treasurer of the Halted States.
the ?sverai AseirUat Treasurers sad D?je1gasted
Depositories aidby th.NstloaeJ BankedseigBated
sad a.elified as Depo-itnrteaand PtaaseleJ Agents,
for Treasury Notes payable thres years fro?
August 14,18*4, bearing Interest st th. rat. ef
Seven and three tenth? per sent per annum, with
semi annual consona attached, payable in lawful
? se?e notes will be convertible at the option of
th. holder at maturity Into ell per cent, geld
bearing heed?, redeetTjaW? after flv. and payable
twenty year? from Angustio. 1867.
Tke Note? will be i??ued In the denomination? of
iffy, one hundred. Sv? hundrfd. one thousand and
five thousand dollar? and will be ??sued in blank,
or peT*0lr*to order, as may be directed by the *ub
?erir-ere.
All ?ubseriptioB mast b. for fifty dollar?, or
?tome multiple o' fifty dollar?.
Duplicate ?ertifleate? will he issued for all depoe
Ite* The party depositing nuit endorae opon the
ertii.aLcerti?rate thedennminatioD of notes re
.nired. and whether they are to be ??sued id blank
or payahlf- to order When ?? en.1or???d itrnu?t be
left with the offiVer receiving the deposit, tobe
forwarded to thi? Department.
Tbe note? will be tran?rnltted to the owner? free
ef transport?t!??? ??barg??? a* *???n tafln the receip
eftbe original Certificat ea of Deposit a? they can
be prepared.
lu?.ereat will ?ie a'Owed to 4. ????T 15 on all
deposit? male pri? r to that tat??, ani will be paiJ
by the Department up"?n receipt of the original
certificates
As the note? d'aw interest from At?rn?t IS, P*?r
son? making deposit* ?ub??qa?nt to that 'late
aauf-t pay the interest accrued from late of note to
dat. of dap?.?it,
Partie? dcpoKiting twenty fiv. thousand dollar?
and upwards for the?, note? at aby one time will
be allowed a commission of one-quarter of one per
Cent , which will be paid by this Department upoD
???receipt of a bill for the amount, certified to by
???officer with whom the depoait was made No
deduction* for eomrainaione murrt be made from
ti?? deposits
OfBeers receiving depoait? will see that the
proper endorsement? are made upon th. original
S.rtiflratee.
All officer? authorized to receive deposite are
ye.nested to give t?> appi icants all desire 1 informa
tion, aad afford every facility for making sub
scriptions. W. P. FBS8BNDBN,
Jy 16-tf Secretary of the Treasury
DENTISTRY.
?TURBAL DISOOVb-BY IK DENTI8TBY.
Tuth Extracted witxoui pvtm with the MnhriU of
1 would ad vue all persone having teeth to es
tract to call at Dr LgWIg'S office. ^mOk.
awl bare them taken ont by this new^BBal
Aid narml??? proc?s? AI?o call nni^ffff^BP
?xaroice th. Doctor'? new and Im ^tX"LCir
proved methi?d of Ineerting Artificial Teeth If
yon SSMWBM the great Improvement In hie teetb
yrn will baye tbew in no other style than thle new
??t ?*'J>aM?? nn- No. J4 9.Ps. avenae, between
IStb ar.rl ittb ?treete
??t??<_? ?. LEWIE, M. P., Dentist
MriirjH,
. LO'JMIB, at D .the Inventor and falsate?
oftbeUl.NgtvAL PLATbTEBTH at ^^AWJUK
tei.!? peraonaii) at his office in tbie?BE^^?
s:t> \?any per? .c? eaa wear th*e.^f7T7,TTl?rT
teets who cannot wear other., and no ' ' ' '
g*r?on ?sao wear other? who sannot wear the...
Tersone calling at my office can he accommodated
??nth any style and price of Teeth they may desire,
buttothoee w .o .re partici! lar and wt?b the purest,
eleanest, ?trouge?t. and most perfect denture that
art can produise, the MINERAL PLATB will be
mere fully warranted.
BVx me in thi? city?No 33?* Pennsylvania avena,
between 9th and lotk ?treets. AUo, ?OT Arch ?t,.
PhHarietitHia. mar4-iv
TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY.
? CAPE MAT.
Y RAILROAD FROM PHILADELPHIA f/KOM
WALNUT STREET PIKR.,
??? WE8T J BESET RAIL
?AD.
At ? a. m., BceommodatioB due at Iau . m.
At 1.? a. m., express da. at 1*4 p. m.
At 4*4 a. m.. express due at S p. m.
Returning, leave Gape May?
Sam expresa due at 9% a. m.
11.46 accommodation due at 4,'? p. m.
6.1" p. m expr?s? due at ?.*< p. m.
Through withoat change of cars or baggage.
New cars, and everything flrst-cUss.
j. ai-.tro_J.VAN RKNPSELAEB.Sup't
JBAI ?'????? ANO OHIO RAILROAD
On and after Sunday. June 19th, 1864, Daily Train?
ail) be run betwee. Washington and N.w York
and Washington and th. West, a? follows :
FOR PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK AND
BOSTON.
Leave Washington at 7 SO a. m., 11.15 a. m., and
1.9? p. m. daily, except Sunday.
On 8uanay at 1.30 p. m only.
FOR BALTIMORE AND PHILADELPHIA.
Leave Washington at 3pm. daily, except Sue
day
Fa??eDgeitwSll noU that this tram runs te far
ss Philadelphia only.
FOR NEW YORK.
Leave Washington daily at ?5.39 p. m. .
This train is for S"W York passengers exclusive*.
FOR BALTIMORE.
Leave Washington at 6.30a. m.,ll.lS a. m.. ?1 p.
tu., 4 iSp. m., 7.2? p. m , aad 8.30 p. m.,except Sun
day.
On Sunday at 7.?ma. m..Jp. m..and 8 30 p. m.
FOR ALL PARTS OP THE WEST.
Leave Washington at 6.3" a. m. and). 4.45and3.30
.ra. daily, except Sunday.
On Sunday at 3 and 8. *' p. m
Ticket* ?old to all pointa WBST, and bagtatt
eJucktd th'cmth.
FOR ANNAPOLIS.
Leave Washington at 6.30 a. m. and 4.48 p.m.
daily, except Sunday.
No train for Ann ?poll? on Sunday.
Train* leaving Washington at 7.3' a. m. and
fi.je p. m. so through te New York without change
c/re??*
Sleeping ear? on 6 .?? and 8.3" p. ra. trains. Berth?
ean be eecured until ? p. m. daily at the ticket of
fice, after that hour they muet be secured of the
sleeping car conductor.
Tbe first end fifth trama atop at all way points.
The 3 p. m. train etops only at Bladensburg,
Seltevflle, Laurel. Annapolis Junction and Relay
???* daily, except Punclay.
Os Sunday It etoB? at all way point?.
PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Passenger? will please observe tbat tke S p.m.
train runs only as jar as Philadtlphia daily, except
Sunday. On Sunda) it runs to Bnl'.tmortonly. Also,
that the 6.30?. wi. Irata takes Sii? York passengers
asWs
For further Information, ticket? of any kind,
Ac .apply to GEO. 8. ROONTZ, Agent at Wash
ington,or at the Ticket Office.
W. P. SMITH. Ba'ter of Transportation.
L M. COLE, Oenerar?Tlcket Agent. Je20-tf
G
BEAT PBNNSYLYAN1A ROL,?.!
TO THB
NORTHWEST AN? SO?THWK6T.
ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE.
FOBAOB ABD BlVBB lB??KPOBTATIOS
8BVBBTU Btbbbt Whart
Washibotos.D. 0.. Augoat 15,1864.
CIRCULAR.
In accordance with iDR'ruction? from Brigadier
Cenerai D. B. Backer, Chief Quartermaster, De
sot of Washington. I have placed schooners at
Upper aad Lower Cedar Poluta, in the positions
occupied by tbe light boats, previous to their de
struction by the rebels.
From annaet until suarlee a light will be twang
from ?ach of the ?choon? re. The reason given by
captains of vessel?, chartered and own?, by the
Letted State? Q.art.rmaster Department, for
?Axehnring in the Petunia? river at night, was,
that they f. ared that they wonld run their vete?is
aground if they attemp ed to run pa?t th. shnals
aJtsrdark. The lampe placed on the schooner?
?wl.l civ. a light ?ufficintly ?trong to ?sable all
pilot? tapase up and down the river with eafety.
provided th.y govern themselvee by the charte
provided by United State? Coast Survey.
I-rom and afi.r this date.no vessel propelled
by ?team will be allowed to anchor, excepting in
su?b weather a? by nnning the lo?? of the vessel
crearlo mi?ht ??.endangered.
AH niaeter? of veseei? are directed to report say
?sslert on the part of the partie? on board at the
light echoes?r?. ?a not keeping their lights bars
ina at all hour? of the nicht.
A copy of thia circular will be kept posted In tbe
?lot bouse of every vessel owned and chartered
y tb. Government, plying on the Potomac river.
_ ??8. ALLSN.
an 29 22t_Capt. and A. Q. Ml
THB ????????? AND ??????? ALMA
BSS.ltsM IrrlhBltkHomaa.jBi.BI.
FRANCE TAYUOB
{
OS AUL? AND AFTER N?VEMBEB I8TB
train? will leave Baltimore from the North Cal
pert Stati?.? aa follows :
Fast Mail at-'.--:-?.? ? A. M.
Haxrisburg Accommodation-S.oo p. Jt.
Lightning Expresa--?- ? -?? P. M.
THB e.SO A. M. TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON
connects with the9JW a. m. train from Baltimore
for Pittaburg and the W???t .and for Bim ira, Buff
ale. Rochaster, Dunkirk, Canandaigua. aad Ni
agara Falla, and for New York city.
THB T.tfO P. M. TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON
connects with the 9.3*1 p. ?n. train from Baiti
more for Bl mira snd th. North snd Pittaburs
snd th. Wsst. _
8LBEPING CARS T? NIGHT TRAIN8.
BCLDIBSS' TlCXBTS AT OOVBBBBBBT* BATS!.
ONE THROUGH TRAIN ON SUNDAY.
LOW FARE AND QUICK TIMB.
?*v-Tor tickets snd any information apply at the
office of the Great Pennsylvania Boats, ??orner
Pena. avenus aad 6th street, under National Hotel,
VashkogtoB J. N. DUBABBY,
Superintendent ?. ?. B. R
?. 3. WILKIN8,
_ Pa*? and Ticket Agent, sor. 6th at and
Je f-tf Penn. avena*.
PERSONAL.
M
LADIES, ATTENTION-PLAIN SEWING done
with neatiie--. ?tiri despatch by Mrs POLLKK,
No. ???? 7tb etreet. Ialanl. Particu \r attention
to Lsdiss, Geutlemen, and Childreu'a under gar
menta Machine stitching done attive e-?t? per
yard._au22-lm*
ADAM MAKSHA.late from a northern city,
wonld inform the public that ?he ha? taken
up ber residence at No 403 ? street, between
9th ?ml 1 tb. le prepared to read the paat and
foretell future pesate._au 2? Im*
t'AUTION.-To all whom is may Concern.?AU
?? r-iii ? ar. hereby cautioned against filling
half pint por er and mineral water Bssttles marked
? ith the names of"R. A. Shinn/' and "Arny A
t-hinn.'' a? all who are found so offending will be
iro?eented ?o the etmoet extent of the law "pro
viding against the improper nee of trade mark?,
Ac "
I woold also notify mv customers that payment
will be ?xaoted for all bottles lost by them after
thi? date. RILEY A. SII INN,
Union Bottling Depot. AT Oreene st.,
Aug 18, I8fi4. [au 19 1ml Georgetown, D. 0.
AUCTION SALES.
FUTURE DATS.
1>Y W. L. WALL A CO.. Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES' SALE 0F~A~H0USE AND LOT IN
THE SEVENTH WARD.
By virtue of a deed of trust to tbe subscribers,
dated the 17th day ol August, 186?, and recorded in
Liber J .A. 8., No. 20?, folio? 67.et seq . on.of the
Land K? cords, Ac. we shall offer at public auction
on WEDNESDAY the 21st ?lay of September, at 4
o'clock, p. ra., in front of the premis s. all of Lot
run bered seven. (7,> of sub division of 8qnare
numbered four hundred and thirteen. (413.) of the
piar. ,?f the City of Washington with th? improve
ments thereon, counting of a two ?tory grame
House. This property i? situated en south G st ,
between 8tb and 9th street? west. The Lot has a
wMth of twenty? bur (2s) fee*, tent 'f>i inches, and
adep h of ?me hundred and twenty four feet, eight
(8> neh??? to an alley
Terrr? of sale : One half cash, the residue in six
and tw' lve months, the purchaser giving his note?
f. r tie deferred payment?, ?atisfactorily endor???!
and bearli g interest from the day ?if sale, and se
cure ' by a deed of trust on the premise?.
All conveyancing at the c st ot the purchaser.
If the tern s if ?alear? no* compii.?'! with, within
five day? from the da? of sale, the Trustees reserve
tbe lightt<> re-sell the_ said prop?rfy at th? risk
and cos? ?if tbe defaulting purchaser, on giving one
weeks notice by two insertions in some newspaper
in th?? Cify o? Wash ington.
EDWARD 0. CAKRINGION.f -_?_
A8BTJBY LLOYD, '} Trustees.
au 27 JawowAds WM. L WALL A CO., Aucts
LOTION SALE OF CONDEMNED HOIldBS.
A
(?uarierma*'tr Benerml's Ojfic, ist Division I
Washiitet-n City. Septembers, 1864. ?,
Will be sold at public auction, to the highest
bidder. st6ieaboro,D C.,"n
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1*61,
one hundred and ???t? cavalry
horses
The=e hor?e= have been condemned a< unfit for
th*- cavalry servi ?? of the army.
For road ard farming purposes many good bar
gains may be had.
B? rser? sold singly. Sal. to commence at lo a.m.
Tern.>? ca?h in Vnitfd States currency.
By order of the Quarter mas-ter 0 eaerai,
JAMES A. EKIN.
?e 9 6t Col in charge 1st Div. Q. M. O. 0.
QUARTERMASTER GENERAL'8 OgglOB,
First Division,
WASnisnTos. 0. 0.. Pep ember 2, 18o4
Will be sold st PUBLIC AUCTION, to the high
est bidder, at the time and places nain d below,
vix :
York. Pa.. Thursday.Sept. 18, G64,
Altoona, Pa.. Thursday, Sept. 22,1864,
Lebanon, Pa . Thursday. Sept. 29. i&>4,
TWO HUNDRED CAVALRY HORSES AT BACH
PLAciE.
These horses bave been condemned as unfit for
tbe Cavalry service of the Army.
For road and farm purposes many good bargains
may be had.
Horse? sold singly.
Terms: Gash in United States currency.
JA MKS A. BEIN.
Colonel First Division, Q. M. Gen'le Office,
sep 3 f?th
S. T.?1860.?X.
Person? of sedentary habits troubled with weak
ae a, lassitude, palpitation of the heart, lack o
appetite, distre?? after eating, torpid liver, con
?tipation, Ac, deserre to suffer if they will not
try tbe celebrated
PLANTATION BITTER3.
which are now recommended by the highest medi
cal authorities, and warranted tu produce an im
mediate beneficial effect. Ttiey are exceedingly
agreeable, perfectly pure, and muet supercedeall
other tonics where s healthy, gentle stimulant is
required.
They purify, strengten and invigorate.
Tbey create a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to a change of water and
diet.
They overcome effects of dissipation and late
hours.
Tbey strengthen tbe system and enliven the
mind.
They prevent mis.sma4i: ani intermittent fevers
They purify the breath and acidity of th.
stomach.
Tbey cure Dyspepsia and Constipation,
They cure Diarrhea, Cholera, and Cholera
Morbus.
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Head
schs.
They make the weak strong, tbe languid bril
iant, and are exhausted nature's great restorer.
Tbey are composed of the celebrated Calisaya
bark.wiatergreen, sassafras, roots and herbs, all
preserved in perfectly pure St. Croix rum. For
particulars, see circulars and testimonials around
each bottle.
Beware of imposter?. Examine every bottle.
See that it bas D. 8. Barnes' signature on our pri
vate U.S. Stamp over the cork, with plantation
scene, and our firm signature on a fine steel plate
ngraviug on side label. See that our bottle is not
refilled with spurious and deleterious stuff. We defy
any person to match the taste or character of our
goods. Any person pretending to sell Plantation
Bitter? by the gallon or in bulk, is an imposteti
We sell only in our log cabin bottle. Any person
Imitating this bottle, or selling any other material
therein, whether called Plantation Bitters or not.
is a criminal under the U. 8. Law, and will be so
prosecuted by ns. We already have our eye on two
parties re-filling our bottles, Ac, who will succeed
in getting themselves into close quarters. The
demand for Drake'? Plantation Bitter? from lsdiea,
clergymen, merchants, Ac, is perfectly incredible
The simple trial of a bottle Is the evidence we pre
sent of their worth and superiority. They are sold
by all respectable druggist?, grocers, physician?,
hotel?, saloon?, steamboats and country stores.
P. H. DRAKE A CO.,
au#2-eo3m 202 BROADWAY. N. 7.
?^TAMPINO AND EMBROIDERING don. with
^ neatness and d ??pat.-h, and at the loweat prie??,
at 431 Ma-sachu-iet ? avenue. Bear th. Northern
Liberty Me k.t. sa .i-im?
AM?SEMENTS
CANTEKBIKV HALL.
MUSIC JCAS?TEKHCRY HAI,Li AND
HAL L?CANrUHIKY HALL.!; THEATER
LOOISIABS Avssdi,
Hear Corner of Etxth street, Rear of National and
Mttrovolxtan Hauls.
Gioaoi Lba-.-~?.__Proprietor
W. E. ""I?"""! . --, . Stag" Manager
Louts SroLLObT,-?.._^?.,... Hallet Master
J??hn BsrcTA.~..Musical Director
SECOND WEEK OP ??? FALL AND WIN
TBR SBAi-ON.
THE PEOPLE'S TEMPLE OF AMUSEMENT.
HOUSES LITERALLY PACKED.
PRESENTING NIGHTLY
the greatest combi ation of
GENIUS, NOYBLTY AND MERIT
ever presented toa
DISCRIMINATING AND DELIGHTED PUB
LIC
PAYING THB LARGEST SALARIES BVER
KNOWN ?
in the
HISTORY OF THB STAGB,
Sparing no expense, time or labor, but elevating
all its energies into the great object?that of pro
ducing
AN ENTEBTAINMENT
WITHOUT A PARALLEL IN THE
CHRONICLES OF AMUSEMENT.
ITS SUCCESS IS AN ESTABLISHED FACT.
LESS ENTBBPBI8ING MANAGERS?NVY IT.
THB PBBS8 PRAISE IT.
The whole ?orld talk of the
GREAT CANTBRRURY,
and a stream of currency Howe into its coffers.
NOBLY SUSTAINED BY THB PEOPLB,
??? CANTKRRUBY
pursues its onward course. Like the great Ship of
ITS TRIUMPH IS 8TJRE.
THE CANTERBURY
has the large't and best concentration of genius
ever seen or heard of.
THE M08T SPLENDID BALLETS,
THE MOST GORGEOUS SPECTACLES,
IHB MOST BRILLIANT PANTOMIMES,
??? MOST HUMOROUS FARCES,
THE MOST EXTRAVAGANT BURLESQUES.
THE MOST DELIGHTFUL BALLADS,
THE MOST LAUGHARLE SKETCHES,
THE MOST PLEASING S'JNGS,
THE MOST VARIED BNTERTAINMENT;
in f-bort, the most
NOVEL, ATTRACTIVE, AND ORIGINAL EN
TERi AiNMiNT
that can possibly be procured by the lnviah ex
penditure ef money
EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK
AN OVERWHELMING BILL OF ATTRACTION,
including many valuable additions to tbe already
MASSIVE ARRAY OF TALBNT.
First appearance of the moat
DARING GYMNAST IN THE WORLD,
DARING GYMNAST IN THB WORLD,
DARING GYMNAST IN THE WORLD.
DARIN? GYMNAST IN THE WORLD,
DARING GYMHae? IN THE W ?RLD,
DARING GYMNAST IN THE WORLD,
MR. JOHN DENIER,
MR. JOHN DENIhR,
MR. JOHN DENIER,
MB. JOHN DENIER,
who w ill perform for the first time here hi- peril
eue Feat entitled
THE CATARACT ASCENSION.
THE CATARACT ASCENSION.
THE CATARACT ASCENMON.
THE CATARACT ASCENSION.
Second week of the brilliant engagement of the
Terpsicherean Artistes and
ENCHANTING BEATTTIE8.
ENCHANTING RBAUTIES,
ENCHANTING BEAUTIES,
\?f i u ? m m
CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER,
CLARA ??? BULLIR FOWLER,
CI-ARA AND MILLIE FOWLER.
CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER.
CLARA AND MILLIE POWLBR,
CLARA AM) MILLIE FOWLER,
CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER,
CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER,
ri.ARA AND MILLIE FOWLBU.
CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER,
who=e exquisite danripj? has asteaba? the mo-t
lively Bi-n-ation, the spacious Hall being
CROWDED NIGHTLY
by appreciative and discriminating audiences, and
shouts of applause and admiration elicited. They
will have the honor to appear to night in an en
tirely new and beautiful Swiss Bauet Divertine
ment. srraTiced fspeciallv for them bv the cele
brated Maitre de Ballet, MONS. SZOLLOSBY, en
titled
NATHALIE,
NATHALIE,
NATHALIE,
THE PRETTY MILKMAIDOF SWITZERLAND
Nathalie ?.-.Mies Millie Fowler
Alfred, her brother. Mona. Louis Szollossy
Other characters bv the entire
FAMOUS COURT OF BEAUT?.
composed of the following ladies:
ELLA WESNER,
MARY WESNER,
LIZZIE WESNER,
MARY COULSON,
LEONORACRBBD,
MAGGIE WILSON,
M'LLB VIOLA,
in their Terpsichorean efforts.
Second week of
DKLEHANTY AND WABD,
DELEHANTY AND WARD,
DELEHANTY AND WARD,
the Champion Clog-Dancers of the World.
Also, of
BILLY EMERSON,
BILLY EMERSON,
the great Song and-Dance Man and original Afri
can Cnre.
Firat time here of the Funny Pantomime,
THE OOOPBRS.
THE COOPERS
THB COOPERS.
Dako, the appi entice.?_.W. B. Cavana-u
Siddens. the cooper.J, J. Dougherty
Petro, the lover.^. _ .?_.j. ajard
Calamuie, the doctor..-...j. Redden
Minette the cooper's daughter .Miss MaryGardner
Also, first representation hereof Charley White's
side-splitting Ethiopian Farce, entitled
tp? black 8hoemakeb.
a new pantomime,
a new and beautiful ballet,
a new fabtje,
new das?ces,
new burlesques,
nbw songs.
new evebything.
by;the gbeat Canterbury
consolidation company,
comprising the moat
CHARMING LADIES
aud the moat
TALENTED G i'.N ? I.EM EX
ob the Concert Hall Stage.
Ladies, remember the
8B0OND
POPULAR FALL ???G??1
POPULAR FALL MATINEE
POPULAR FALL MATINES
POPULAR FALL MATIN'EB
tabes place on
SATURDAY, 8BPTBMBBR IT,
SATURDAY, 8BPTBMBBR IT
SATURDAY, rEl'TBMRER IT.
BATUBDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,
when a grand bill will be presented, expressly
suited to our Lady Patrons.
FBICE8 OF ADMISSION.
Parquette, Balcony, and Gsllery.28 cento
Orchestra chairs.-.?- m cents
Reset ved Or? ve<tra seats....? 76 cents
Lower Priv? '. Boxes, holding six persons_*t? OJ
Upper Balcony Boxes.........?_. $;> :*)
Simile t-eais in Ba.ci.ny Box.......-.Si do
Pi ivate ????? and Reserve?! S*atij can be ?ecured
from l? in the morning till 2 p. m.
AM?SEMENTS.
FORU'B NkW THEATER.
Tenth street, above Pennsylvania ao e nue.
JOHN ? FORD.. Proprietor and Manager.
? Aleo of il oil id ay Street Theater, Baltimore.)
Stage Manager.Mr. John B. Wright
L.ader ol Orchestra.,...Mr W Wither?, jr.
Treasurer._.Mr. H. Clay Ford
THIS EVENING. SEPTEMBER 13.
MR. W. J. FLORENCE
Will appear, for the first time here. In John
Brougham's great drr.matlzatioa of Dicken's
world renowned
DOM BEY AND SON.
Capt. Ed'ard Cuttle._?_ Mr. W. J. Florence
8u?an Nipper?-. __.Mrs. W. J. Florence
Pricks op Admissiob.?Drees Circle, fii cent*:
Family Circle, 2? cent?; Orchestra Cbair?, 75 cent?;
Private Boxe? fin and *..; 8-cured seats 2a cents
extra. Curtain rises at 8 o'clock._
(.ROVER'S THEATER.
Pennsylvania Avenue, near Willard'? Hotel.
Leona'd Grover..?.-~..Director
CD Hese_?.-.,. A at i eg Mar>???r.
S. H. Verney. ? ? ..Stage Manager.
Cbailes Koppitz.??.Musical Director.
TUESDAY EVENING. 8ept. 13, 18.34.
Last Night but four of the brilliantly eucceesful
engagement of the
WARBEN COMEDY COMBINATION,
MB. WM. WABBEN.MR. CHAS BARBON, MISS
J08EPH1NE OKTON, MISS EMILY MBaTAYER,
Performance will c>-mineure with the comedy of
THE UEIB AT LAW,
To conclude with the farce of
DUNDUCKBRTY'S PICNIC.
Ci
es
CfDTS; umorea uaiiery, 3?? cenia.
No extra rliarg? for ?ecuring sente in advance.
VARIETIES! VARIETIES!
MUSIC HALL ANDTHEATEB.
(Fronting Penn'a avenue and Ninth Street.)
FITZS.IMMON8 Proprietor and Stage Manager.
Remember tonight the Great Show? Every Per
son?All Callings Interested?Double Bill to
night?TheGrrat Drama and the New Com
pany?Also a full Music Hall Show !
FEMALE PICKPOOKET
OF WASHINGTON,
HIGH AND LOW LIFE
IN THE CAPITAL CITY !
Characters bv the Dramatic Company -Over Sixty
Persons, Hen ami Women. Depicting Life in
this; city?All ttss Pr.-tty Dan.ing uirlfl !
All the Ethiopian Com??.lian? !
WEDNESDAY AFTERNuON PERFORMVN CE
FEMALE PICKPOCKET,
For Ladies and Cliildr? n._sep 12 lw*
ODD FELLOWS1 HALL.
FOR THREE "NIGHTS ONLY.
MONDAY, TUESDAY7~AND WEDNESDAY,
tbe 12th. 13th, and 1 ith instant.
EXTRA! EXTRA!
LATJBT NEWS.
Remember
HAMBUJER'S GRAND MAGICAL SOIREE
AND
ENTERTAINMENT.
It is admitted that
HE PERFORMS WONDERS.
You all ?aw the Bill?. Look out for the Hall.
Admission, 25 cents : reserved seats. 50 cents.
Doors open at 7; performance commence at 8
p.m. sep.vlw*
A
PIO N1CS, EXCURSIONS, Ac.
/'RAND PIC-NIC wm .
\M AND DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS.
M. MARTIN I Pyrotechnist) would very re
spectfully announce to hie friends and the
public that he will give a grand
PICNIC ANC DISPLAY OF FIRE WORKS,
at
BECKERT'8 GARDEN. (Navy Yard,)
On WEDNESDAY, the 14th ?net.,
commencing at 3 o'clock p. in. Fire-works at 0
o 'clock.
TieketeSOcts. admitting a gentleman and ladies.
Should tbe weather prove unfavorable, the enter
tainment will take place on the first fair evening,
aithout further notice._sep 12-2t*
F" 0 R ENJOYMENT
go to the
THIRD GRAND PIC NIC
r f the
AWKWARD CLUB.
Which wiil be given at the Washington Park,
7th street, on
THURSDAY,SBPT. l.">th,lS64
Deman's Celebrated string Band has been en
gaged for the occasion.
No disreputable persons allowed on the grounds.
Committee of Arrangements.
K. Ring, 3. Il .ire .
A. Bishop, W. Sheets.
C. Fletcher, Ballet 3Ia?ter._sep 1*4*1
?^?? INDEPENDENT SOCIALS IN TUB
FIELD AGAIN.
Tbs members of the INDEPENDENT SO
CI LS take great pleasure in announcing to
their friends and public that they will give
their third
GRAND AFTERNOON AND EVENING PIC-NIC
at the
WASHINGTON PARK, 7T1I STREET.
on
WEDNESDAY. Sept. 14. lSGi.
Committee of Arrangements.
B. K. Reed. G. W. Gladraon. C. W. Teuly.
31 W. Le? se. fe. H Stewart, J. W. Healy.
??ep lu 4t*_
IV ? T I C B.-The Fourth Grand Ball ol the
le McCLELLAN SOCIAL CLUB
will be given on MONDAY. September 2?. at
SEATONS HALL,
corner of 9th and D street*, for the benefit ofl_
ST. ANN'S INFANT ASYLUM. .sep 9-til 26'
A
L GEORGE FORREST.
ATE Quartermaster United State? Army,
Adjusts
Officer?, Ordnance, Quartermaster's,
and
Commissary's
ACCOUNTS,
461 Tenth street,
au24-lm* Washington, D. C.
JAY COOKE A CO., BANKERS,
Fifteenth Strket, oppositk U. 8. Trbascet,
Receive Subscriptions for the
NEW U. S. ?3-10 LOAN
authorized by the act of June 90th, 13oi.
The notes will be issued under date of August
loth, in denominations of
950, f 100, 9500, 91,000 and ??,000,
payable to bearer or order, bearing interest at
7 3-10 per centum per annum, payable semi-an
nually, and will be convertible at the option of
the holder at maturity into six per cent. Five
Twenty Bonds.
We buy and sell?
GOVERNMENT BONDS of all issues.
TREA8?RY NOTES,
CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS,
And COIN.
And pay the highest price for
QUARTERMASTER'S CERTIFICATE CHECKS.
JygT-tf_JAY COOKE A CO.
THB COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX
ietieg between the undersigned, under the
firm of JOHN J. BARNARD & CO., ia thia day
dissolved by mutual consent John J. Barnard will
continue the business at the old stand. No. 140
Bridge etreet. All persons indebted to tbe firm
will please make prompt payment to him.
JOHN 3. BARNARD,
? ? ?, WM. ?. DOUG .AL.
Georgetown. D. C.. Sept. 1,18&4. sep 5 Sw
M
A N U ? B
"? ? r; ? ?. _ ,
M A N U ? ?.
MANU B?l_.
THB BEST AND0H|A^8TTMANURE IN THB
The undereigned, having contracted for all th.
Manure at Giesboro Point, D. 0? are now pre
pared to put on board vessels free of expense to
Captains at low rates. **""" w
VESSELS WANTED.
Adttt^ts No. 330 ? etreet, Washington, or to
GFsWBORO POINT MANURE WHARF.
anltf-IT_JOHN PBTTIBONE A CO.
BOOTS AND SHOES
To SUIT THB TI MKS.
Wa aJe bow manufacturing all kinds of BOOTS
snd SHOES, and constanly reoeiving a sup
?ly of Eastern made work of every d?serta
ion. made expressly to order, snd will be
sold st a much lower eri??, than has beea
heretofore charged in this city fer mach
"peesoBS io want of BOOTS and SHOES of Easter ?
or City m?de work, will always find a good assort
ment in store snd at tbe lowest prices. Give ue a
ealL GBIFrlN 4 BROTHER,
aps-tf 314 Penn. arsa*?.
BOOTS
Inferior
LOCAL IVEWS.
Co?ifCiL ????????????, Sept. 13.?Boar.l of
Alumnen. ? I'ret-mt luetsre Harr, Cantleld.
Gulick, Utermehle, Flaut, McCathran, Rapley,
Noyer, Lewie, Lioid und Turton.
At ibeof.iei.lBg of the Board the President
ai d Vite President were absent, and Mr. Lloyd
was calli d tu tbe chair, aad laid before trie
Board a communication from the Mayor an
nouncing tbe approval ol the following, viz:
bill makii'g appropriation to supply a defi
ciency in the appropriation to trim and gravel
ISth ureet, west from New York Avenue to L
street, north ; bill to :a*ie up and relay the
gutur on -.he north side ?? ? stree:, south from
New Jersey Avenue to 1st street, east; bill
making appropriation for a deficiency in the
payment of bounties ; bill for the relief of New
man end brother, and a joint resolution of au
thorization.
Also, a communication from the Mayor nom
inating Mr. John W. Thompson of the Sixth
werd as a member of the Board of Fire Com
missioners vice W. E. Hutchinson resigned.
Referred to Committee on Fire Department.
Aho, a communication, enclosing a commu
nication from Wm. L. Hodge, recommending
that a charge be made in the grade of 1.31b
street, north. Referred to Committee on Im
provements.
Aleo, transmitting the report of the Intend at
of tbe Asylum for the month of August. Re
ferred to the committee on Asylum.
Mr. I'termehle called up the special order?
the bill to cause the carriageway on 6th street
west, from Pennsylvania to New York avenue,
to be paved.
Mr. (Jan held asked if a petitiou accompanied
tbe bill.
Mr. Uthermeale said bo petition was re
quired.
Mr. L'termehle proceeded to argue in favor
of the bill, and that the act of May G, IBM,
clearly empowered the City Council* to grado
and pave streets, and to pay for it out of the
ward funds, and that the law was passed at
tbe request of the Mayor and others, as ordi
nances of tbe city heretofore pasted to pave had
proven mere nullities. The question is what
will tbe Board do with that street. It Is a
question to be pondered well, whether it sh ill
he left in tbe condition it now is, or give tbe
Fourth "Ward its due and the benefit of its
finances. Mr. Utermehle then read the opini ?
of the Corporation Attorney bearing upon this
subject. [The opinion was published in the
Afar lately.]
Mr. Lloyd called Mr. Turton to the chair and
said that his own idea was to save the Copora
ticn a large amount of money and prevent an
invidious dietinction from being mide. The
Mayor had the law of May, 186*1, passed wi h
the understanding and belief, that its intention
was to have the people living along the line of
a stTeet to be paved, to pay for euch paving.
No one heretofore supposed that we had au
thority to pave the streets and pay the expense
out of the ward funds, theretore all interested
in the welfare of the city have been endeavor
ing to get tbe authority to pave, and change the
system of grading, it was illegal to pass an
ordinance to pave and have it executed if the
ward lunds were to be expended for the im
provement, hence permission was granted to
pave if the people were taxed for the improve
ment, and the only way to carry out the act of
1SG4, Mr. Lloyd believed, would be to get the
application of owners of property, assess the
cost npon tbe owners living along the line ot
the street, put it m the ward fond and draw it
out again, and by this means we could get rid
of the difficulty that the verbiage of the act of
Congress baa got ns into.
But at this time the speaker dia uot believe
that members would undertake a biU of such
magnitude, it has been decided time and
again that Warae could not be made to pay
lor the paving of the streets. We have tne
same law now we have always had, and con
sequently there waa nothing giving the Mayor
power to pay for paying out of the Ward
fnnds. Assuming, however, that the opinion
of the Corporation Attorney was correct, the
Board should not make invidious distinction
of taking from the Ward fnnds to pay for one
street while other etreets had been paved by
taxation npon owners living along their lines
Be concluded that the members of the Board
would not pass the bill, as the current ex
pense? of tbe Board for the fiscal year would
consume all the proceeds of the taxable prop
erty.
Mr. l'termehle, In return, argued that the
question of the legality of the act bad been dis?
posed of, and he (Mr. TJ.) believed that th*
Corporation Attorney had disposed of tbe
question as to a petition being required. Mr.
fjtermoble further argued that this question
involved another, whether the passage ot the
bill would be for tbe general good. He con
tended that it would be, and that the etreet
must be improved, and put it to gentlemen
whet h r they would grant them S 10,000 to grade
and gravel the street.
Mr. Canrleld said he tor one would
Mr. TJtermeble lurthersaid that to show that
he had no special interest specially to have
6th street paved, if gentlemen desired it he
would include 5th and 4jf streets in the bill.
Mr. Lloyd, in reply, contended that the
paving of this street was not for the general
good, as there were many etreets more
travelled than it wa?, and there were
dozens of ways whereby Pennsylvania
avenue could be reached from New York
avenue. Now, if it was proposed to pave 7th
etreet from Maryland avenue to the Potomac
river, it would be for the general good, tor
that street bad to be travelled to reach the
steamboat wharf.
A number of amendments were offered, and
the bill finally passed with an amendment that
the improvement should be made at such times
as the Mayor chose, by the following vote :
Yeas?Messrs. Bar??, Gulick, Lewis, Plant,
liapley, Turton and Utermehle.
Naye?Messre Canrleld, Lloyd, McCathran
and Noyes.
Mr. Lloyd, from committee on finance, re
ported adversely upon the bill increasing the
compensation of members of the Boarde of Al
dermen and Common Council, and asked tu be
discharged from its further consideration.
The board refused to discharge the commit
tee, and various amendments were offered, as
to make the bill take effect in 1^66, in 1?G3; to
strike out all pay and make the services gra
tuitous-, to impose a fine of 85 for each absence
without cause, <*cc , all of which motions failed
except tbe amendment making it read "ISftj;"
and the bill was finally laid over until next
Mondav night.
Mr. Lloyd, from the same committee, re
ported back the bill to increase the compensa?
tion of weighers of hay, straw, oate. Ac; and
upon his motion it was laid upon the table.
Mr. Lewis, from the committee on improve
ments, reported back the bill to lay a flag foot
way In the Second ward, and it was passed.
Mr. Uiermehle, from tbe committee on police,
reported favorably upon the nomination of W.
J. Herbert, Peter dallant, John Gr. Robinson,
"Wm. Douglass and Sam'l B. Beyer, as meas
urers of lumber, and they were confirmed.
Also reported favorably upon the act amenda
tory of the act regulating the sale of wood and
coal and which allows corders 11 cents per
cord, and it was passed. Also reported favor
ably opon the nomination of P. A. Boswell as
Police Magistrate of the Seventh ward, and of
Themas Cliver as Police Constable of the Sec
ond ward, and they were confirmed. The
nomination of Jame? Cull as Police Magis
trate uf the Sixth ward was laid over lor fu
fare action.
Mr. Oulick, from committee on asylum, re
ported back the monthly report of the Inten
dent of tne Asylum lor August, and it was or
dered to be placed on the files.
The following billa were introduced and
passi ? ? By Mr. Barr?Bill making appropria
tion to inclote the reservation at New York
and Massachusetts aveaues, between 10th and
Pith streets west; aad bill to repair 14th etreet,
from G etreet north to the Boundary. By Mr.
Utermehle?Bill to lay water malas ia 6th
etreet west, from Maetachueetts avenue to L
street north, and along L street north from 6th
to 7th etreets west; bill to repair cross gutters
at 3d street west and E street north; bill to pay
a deficiency for the repair of the bridge on H
etreet north, between 1st atreet east and North
Capitol street; and bill to coBStract a branch
eewer in square No- 454.
Mr McCathran introduced a bill to construct
a gravel footwalk on 9th street east, between ?
aad D streets south, and appropriate? 9100
therefor. ' ?
Mr Lewis moved to amend, ?'Provided there
are any funda to the credit ot the ward."
Mr. McCathran said he thanked the gentle
man for his liberality; but if gentlemen from
the central ward? who were large property,
owners in the Sixth Ward would but pay for
improvements in front of their lota, the ward
would not be obliged to come begging^ Mr.
McCathran then proceeded to argue that th?
interior wards bad imposed npon the suburban
wards, and that the Sixth, whenever it wanted
anything, had to come begging like Lazarus;
even when they wanted an appropriation to
keep their heads above the mod and water, for
whenever God gave them rain tney were almost
submerged.
Hr. V
? r. L urtasti, replied ana defended th.
FoartB Ward at i,*.? ftom .?y mtsntlon to
imi ose upon the sorbnrbaa Wards.
A coBSiderable discussion ensued, and Baud
It Mr. Lewis read th. following stateaeat of
tbe rendition of the finances of the nevera;
Waide, Bp to July 1st, lr*M : * several
Wards. Dr. cr.
First.935,*?} 07
Second. 12,89? >
Third. fll,n*K 35
Fourth. ?,983 10
Fifth. ... 4.359 54
Sixth ......... 15,067 48
Seventh. 9$,KiI 74
The bill finally patstd
Tbe following from the Board of Common
(cui . il wer. referred.?Bill increasing ihe
sslsry of the Secretarles aad Messengers of
ihe t?o Boards; bill authorizing the Mayor tj
?roti, y an Engineer to examiue the ?*? verni
list ? 1 >r the 'mprevement of the Washington
'?""?:i lull to giade au?J gravei L street south,
from New Jereev avenue to 7th s;reet west,
till i>. increase ihe salaries of certain odker.
?: f tbe ( orporation bill Anvr.dA'ory of an a:t
cj-eaurg apaid lire department: hill relating
tu Inende m the city of Washington; and bill
to in ? ease the compensatnju ol the Canal
Vt mmi?-si?'ner.
1 be renerai appropriation bill for the cur.
r?-i!t fi-cal year vas returned from th- Com
? on O uncil. They agr.ed to all (he amend
meuts of tbis Board except th t leiattng to the
contingent expenses ot the s-ation-nous??
wbicu this Board made ??,????. Tue Boird 01
A;Cerrrien receded from Its amendment, and
I t 11] :i=:?'d. Adjourned.
' ,.-,.;; fV,. ??. .7 ?The I> >ir<l m>--tat tbe uan\i
boor, and was called to or.1er by the Presiden:
Mr l.i? yd. all the membre presemi except
ftifssre. t?kirvlng and Ward.
A communication wat? received from th.?
?'ayor, announcing his approval of the ait
the improvement of F street, Irom 5.B to 14th
streets.
A 'so, one enclosing the act for the Improve
ment of an alley in square IBS, without his
.???el? a ture. he. an ?e there is no evidence in his
off.? e that a majority of the property holders
bave petitioned lor the improvement.
Mr I.an?er stated that it wasirne arisi-.??? ?
?? tbe property holders had nut petitioned for
the improvement, but that trie eomml'tee on
ire proveniente reported the bill iu part because
tie Board of Health had certified mat the im -
provement was necessary.
The question being, Shall the bill pass, not
withstanding the veto of the Mayor .' Tha bill
vi a* rejected.
Also, a communication from the Register.
Elating that since September ..th appropria
tions to the amount of *5, 3r%05 have been
made, -viz:? From General Fund, ?J-i,3li<; First
Ward, ??76??.?5; Second, Third and Fourth
"Wards, S;,(O0j Fifth Ward, fCi)
The follo wing bills were iu'rodticed and
referred: By Mr. Lamer-Bill fur relief of W.
D. Wallach; petition of Geonr* and Joseph
Mie.-, petition of Louisa Nonr? petition for
paving carriageway of ? airee uurth, between
7'h and "th. By Mr EUmoustuu?Petition ot
James ?. Kennedy, for refundment of taxes,
suggestions for the improvement of the canal,
by P. H. Donegau. By Mr. Ferguson?Bill tor
I ghtiug the city with gas.
Tbe following bills were introduced and
P'??ted : By Mr. Wilson?To take up aud relay
. u ter at I aud -??d streets. By Mr. Petubone?
To 'abe up and relay gutter nu tne w<*st side of
l'atti street, from E street to Pennsylvania ave
nue. By Mr. Larner?To lay or .ss gutter 011
west side of 4th street. By Mr Peugh -To
construct a bridge over the creek on north side
II s'reet, between 1st aud *.>d stieets west.
The general appropriation bill was reported.
with Aldermen's amendments, by th-? commu
t?e en ways and means, and they were <*on
curred in, with the exception of the amendment
appropriating S5,iiK) for contingent expense? of
statiou-houses, which was 11011-concurred in.
every member voting against it.
Mr. Ferguson from the same committee re
poned bill to tax billiard tables
The rates were fixed as follow?:?For one
table Slut) per annum, two 9tSB| three 9UV,
lour to six IBBBj over six *4<*?.
Mr. Larner otiered the s*me amendment to
Uais bill as to the license bill, prov icing tint the
rate of license provided iu the foregoing es
tions shall be trebled <-u all persons except the
following: native-born citizens of the I'nite,!
States, naturalized citizens of the United State??,
those who have declared their intention to be
citizens of the United States, those who have
received an honorable discharge from the mil
itary or naval service of the I'mvd States
Mr Wright proposed a proviso that this be
considered in force during the war and no
lor.ger.
Mr. Moore thought that the Corporation had
no power in the premises.
Mr. Larner replied that a Congressional en
actment prohibited the willing of property to
aliens.
Mr. Wright suggested that this amendment
was made tor the purpose of affecting that class
of persons who had claimed exemption on ac
count of the draft.
Mr. Wrights amendment was lost?yeas J,
nays IS. The amendment of Mr. Larner was
agreed to?yeas 14, nays 5, and the bill passed.
Mr. Ferguson, from the --ame commut?e, re
ported bill amending the act of May pith, (?Ml,
licensing bowling or ten pin alleys and shuf
fle boards by making the lioenee on the former
?30, and on the latter ??5 per annum.
Mr. L&ruer offered his amendment in rela
tion to unnaturalized citizens, A.c., and Mr.
Wright offered his proviso that tbe amendment
should remain in force only during th?? war.
The latter was rejected, and Mr. L.'s araead
m< in adopted and the bill passed.
Mr. Larner, from the committee on improve
ments, reported bill tor the improvement of nth
street, irom Rhode Island avenue to ? etreet,
which after a long debate?the delegation of
the ??, ? ' ?.d ward where tbe locality le strenu
ously opposing it?it wae. laid on the table?
yeas 12, nays 7.
Also, asked to be discharged from the con
sideration of petition for relaying the gutter on
the Eouth side o? I street, between 13thand 14?b
streets, and of bill to grade and gravel ? street,
from 14th to 15th. So ordered.
The lollowing bills were reported and
pas-ed:?By Mr. Wilson, (ara'nage commit
tee;?To construct a br.iiu'ii fewer ia eqnare
45J. By Mr. Kelly (? laimsj?For the relief of
Lmil S. Frederlca. By Mi. Stephens (police)?
?Granting pei mission to L. F. Brown to add ?
story to ? frame kitchen adjoining a brick. By
Mr 'Moore (schools)?Authorizing the Board
of Trustees to employ a male teacher for th?
male intermediate school in the Third Distri
substitute for bill for the erection of a school
house in the northern part of the Second Dis
trict, which authorizes the purchase of a lot
north of New York avenue and west ot 7:h
street, and the erection ot a bouse in that lo
cality under the supervision oi a committee.
Mr. Stephens (police committee) asked to be
discharged from the further consideration of
the petition of Sheffield In reference to bis
-team engine (therebeing nothing in thelaw to
prevent him irom using one on his premises)
and the communication from Jos. F. Browu,
treasurer ot tbe Metropolitan Police, in rela
tion to the city's proportion of the expense for
the police force. So ordered.
Mr. Wright introduced a bill to grade and
gravel ? etreet sontb, from 4 ^ street to Water
street, which was referred, but subsequently
the vote was reconsidered, on motion of Mr.
Stephens.
Mr. Wright stated that this street adjoined
the Arsenal grounds, which the Government
were now improving, preparatory to the erec
tion of workshops, ?Sec. They had already ex
pended over ?40,000 on tbe ground, and prob
ably in twelve months over one million wonld
be expended. A sea wall had been erected to
P etreet, and they were filling up Water street,
and it was proposed for the corporation to pay
only one-half the expense of grading ? etreet.
The bill was passed.
Mr. Larner, from improvements committee,
reported adversely on the petition o? John
Brown for certain improvements, and the com
mittee were discharged.
The lollowing bills were received from the
Aldermen and reierred :?To regulate tbe sale
of wood and coal; to canse the carnage way of
6th etreet, from Pennsylvania to New York
avenue, to be paved; to copy certain city re
cords; to construct a gutter ou 3d street east,
from ? street north to Pennsylvania avenue
providing for laying water mains.
Tbe Conncil bill from the Aldermen, pro
viding for enlarging the drop at the cornar of
gth and I streets, was received with an amend
ment, which was concurred ia. Adjourned.
A Family Difficulty.?On Friday, officer
Maxwell arrested Mrs. Nancy Doudle, on the
charge o? committing an assault and battery
en her mother-in-law, Mrs. Ann Doudle. The
parties, it appears, reside In an alley in the
square between U ano 1 streets and 1* and tith
streets, Island, toe latrar residing with tne son,
and the young conple got tired of the old
woman. The wife ordered the old woman to
leave the house, hut she refused ? go, when the
accused attempted to enforce her orders by
atttcklng her mother-in-law. and the latter
au o pitched in, but the young;w??a came
out best. The case ????!???
Boswell, ?, bo held Mrs. Nancy Doudle to bail
E?? Awarra.it is now out for the old
lad?., issued at the instance of the son, charging
ber with having used profane and Indecent
? anguags. f_
????????? TBi Bitim.KS ? Parties engaged
?n carrying goods from Maryland to Virginia,
ehonld be sure to comply with the require
ment* of the War Department, If they would
?ave themselves a vast deal o? trouble snd de?
lor ?r-anirday the guard at the Aouedact
bridge took: possession o? a wagon and team
belonging to parties near Leesbarg, Va. The
? epou contained dry goods, A.c., valued at
?ear ?3,1*0. It was turned over to M*j Liu
tier, Assistant Provost Mirsbal of Gsarge.
town, who will retain the property until tne
owners beve complied with tbe order* of the
I?epaitment.

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