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Gen Lane's Black Troop Tkejr Fight
11 rare I jr.
Tho courage of the blacks, as fighting men,
ou land and water, lias been Illustrated In all
nr wars. Their first light In this war, which
In described below, seems to hare bt-cn a time
and nncccfiful affair i
special correspondence of Chicago Tribune
Liatoiwortii, Nor. 8, 18C3. Die Kansas
colored regiment had n fight with gnerllln,
commencing on Tuesday last and continuing
seTcral days, In which the blacks wcro victori
ous. The facts (as related to ine by Lieut.
Lyon, of company A, First Kansas, colored.)
arc as follows t The rebels, under Jackman
and Cockrcll, occupied and held nn Island
at the head of the Osage river, at thejonctlon
of the Mari-de-zcne and Mill Creek. There
two combining form tho Osage river near
Butler, Bates county, Missouri. At this point
the eecesh keep a large quantity of stock
guarded by these guerillas. Major Hennlng.
commander of Fort Scott, and provost marshal
of Southern Kansas, ordered from Fort Lin
coln a detachment of the colored regiment,
(the regiment Is stationed at Fort Lincoln,)
lfX) men from the First, Colonel llllamt, ami
scrinty men from the battalion of colored
troops from Southern Kansas, under Captain
Leumn, innkinfr ,TO all under Captain ward,
actinic commander of the regiment for the time
living, the colonel being alxu.nl.
Arrlring at the Island, they found about 400
guerillas the bltcU took possession of Toot
man's house, a noted guerilla by that name re
siding there they surrounded the house and
yard with a wall of rails, and named It Fort
Africa. The enemy were all mounted, and they
made frequent attacks on 1 1m blacks. The
guerillas were reinforced with 200 men, and the
blacks sent toFort Scott for rtlnrorcemeuts and
ammunltlon,neanwhlle the Hacks wire
flghtlne the 600 tecesb. Up to Thursday night
seven uiacK were kuieu auu eignt wouncita.
Hpt. Crew, (white,) of Company A, was killed,
and his body was brought to Leavenworth jes
ierday. Lieut. Gardner, (white,) the fighting
Quaker, so-called, was wounded, making eight
killed and nine wounded on our side, and up to
the same lime from fifteen to twenty of the
guerillas were killed. The n mutter of tt oumlcd
not known to my Informant. On Thursday
night, the reinforcements from Fort Scott came
on the ground, consisting nf 150 cavalry and
two pieces of artillery. The guerillas Immedi
ately toramenced retreating to the Island, and
down the river. It was Hit. Intention to attack
them on the Itland the next morning, and break
up the nest. The final result I will send you
when I get it. Thus the first black blood baa
been spilled In fighting with the enemies of the
Union. I have several accounts from the scene
of action, and they all agree tjiat the blacks
fought welland not a single coward among
theini but they were rather hard to handle and
keep back, aud they had to be held with a tight
rein, like a pair of touDtr. well fad horses, nnx-
Ion to go and go at the guerillas I
A Fetltrnl Fori Completed at Hf Una Tht
The Memphis Bulletin has the followlug in
teresting account of affairs in Arkansas i
" The fortifications at Helena having been
completed, by order of General Hovey, all the
regiments and detachments were paraded, and
the United States flag was raised lu the fort,
which was officially named by Gen. Hote,
'Fort Cart It.' A salute of thirteen guns was
then fired from the fort, to which the fleet re
sponded by firing a salute of thirty-four guns.
The salute of the fleet was responded to by the
field batteries In the redans. It w as an Ira pos
ing ceremony, and waft witnessed with eatfer
lutereet by the citizens. The whole concluded
with a in-and review of all the forces
, The small rebel stiamboat Little Rock, from I (dent would do me an intentional Injustice, and
Uttle Rock, arrived atUeleuaonTuesdjyeieu.jiie,e action has lwen taken habtlly, under
iiig under a flag of truce, with about two bun-1 ,rrone)UB linpretsiou.
tired and fifty prisoners, taken from tho Hfth I therefore nk for j full and falrlinoctlgntlon
Illinois cayair), lor exchange. She returned to
Little Rock on Wednesday afternoon.
While lying at Helena, a part of her crew,
ctmclndlug they had seen enough of Dixie for
the prcti nt, dcbcrtcd and conld not be Induced
10 tciuni. from trustworthy information re
ceived It Is believed that there are wt mem 1
than lire hundred rebel soldiers at Little Kmk,
the larger part of the Coufederate urmy lutclj
there having gone to loin nindman lu his In
vasion of Missouri. So enemy has been seen 1
In tho vicinity of Helena for the last two dais.
fiv.... tuiia iLi .1.1- . .,t ft 1
Journey nmld many perils, report that General n nmgle betw ecu Puritan blgo rj and Intoler
Holmes exprtfuea btrong disapprobation of the ttW c lld VaM )li 1Ibcral ly "ntl frdo1" f,roni
conduct of the guerillas who lVaio bet u guilt) 1 ll,orjl ?? tlntllKTJ,r?S' Tl,rre i? ."
ut firing Into transit host muklng business &"" ,,r "" lu u'u )ltxruoT ,e Pret mn "
trips. Hcdeelareslhalhowliluseeierymeaim P1,9,"'" twii the Puritan deas of monlltj.
lu bis power to prevent any further outrago of rtlUluii, and "-lf goiemmeut, as represented
ti.i. n...i 1.. 1.- ... r i:. 1.. n. .-..?..... b the sdiool hoiiM. the churtn. and the town
ftrrlce, honner, a dim-rent lolicy ulll bo pur -
cued ; they w 111 be considered legitimate objects
of warfare, aud attacked whenever opportunity
Contrabands. The Louisville (Ky.) cor
respondent of tho Chicago Tnbnnt writes, No
vember a 1
"There is a sharp practice golug on, to a
Inrge extent, just now, in this city, which needs
exposure, and the Immediate attention of the'
(lovrrnment. Large numbers of negroes, the
property of rebels In Alabama, Tennessee, and
nemwhy, are uroagui 10 1111s city 01 ouuers,
(omjijiiiMs. anu regimenis. tuese
jiivmikh, auu reifiiiicuis. luese iieirroe
havc'be-eii regularly confiscated according to
iaw ni icasi me largest snare 01 mem ; iui 1 pronouncing tor rauicai cuangea,
linmedlitely upon their arrival here, they are This clement may have its mission In blind
pelzed under a law of the Commonwealth, Ing uud harmonizing the more radical elements
thrust Into prison, when thei willbeadvertlsed, 1 to which wet hiiu referred. It has modified
and, If not claimed, then sold to the MuheM I the conflict of mVus In jears past, and ltslnfiu
bidder to pay jail fees, cxenses of advertising, eiice Is felt eien In the present bloodj struggle
ufi, tvv. 1 iiiiuvi riouu IIIUV 1111 IV III V llll,
three hundred nceroes now In Jail here, arrert
urrci, tvc. 1 nnaersiana inac iinre are 11111
ed under these circumstance-., uud, unless re
leased by a higher poucrthan the btuteof Ken
tucky, i 111 le sold Intoslaierj. I .Hlltvethtre
are several w hlte men now 1) lutf lu Jail for hai
nt tern pled to get these contrahands across Into
Indiana against the sovereign it III of Kentut K)
iuis mauer suouiei iiaiean airing."
An Individual ease of this kind, or a negro I
in the rebel sen Ice, captured ul Frt Drmclson,
mid, therefore, free) bj ue t oj Congress, was re
iKirted lu the newspapers tonie months tlnee.
He was le leased from thet.e LoulsUlle enc
pen by tho decision ol a United biates Judge
tf the courts do nut reach thet.f new i ies, we j
doubt not the Exccuthe will Inttrfert. The ,
laws of the land must and will bo enforced.
All negroes t mplo) ed In the rebel sen I( e, w It h
thecoiibent of their owner, ull slates of ret via
e-tap!ug Into our linen, and all such slates
found In placet) whleh we may capture, are free,
and Ihtlr right to freedom will bo maintained
i the President agaluai all at ate luterfereuce.
rhe Constitution of IbeUulted titates, and all
laws made tn pursuance thereof, are tht wprtm
tary's Hcaervetl Dltlslou.
The formation of a large reserve fort e Tor In
Mructlouauddlsclrlluti ban been considerably
discussed durlug tho past ftw M eeka by axiom
public Journals at the North, with a ilew to
luipresB upon the minds of thobe In authorlt)
the great Importance of such au organization.
No one who has studied the history of our re
verses during the present war will fall to recog.
ulze the vast benefits that may bedcrhid frnm
such a reserve force, properly disciplined and I
may be drawn lu all cases of antlclpattd defeat
We need a large bod) of Just such men, from
. r r
mated brigades aud divisions.
The only movement jet made b) Ihe (lourn
ment In this direction Is the organization of 11
reserve division, under Hiu toumtaudnf lirlg !
Oen. 8. Casey, (author of Casey's Tattles,) u pa-1
trlotlc and tried eeteitin soldier, a Chiatlau
roan, and nn einlneut tacileluu 1 his dlvlnjou
at present consist", of two brigades, stutluued'
near Falrfux fSeniiuary, lu the tamp recently
occupied by Geu. Sickles dUlslou
It Is to btj hoped that It will be auguenteel,
....in n t.,i.j . ,nffliioni nimii.. r .,
j- , . 1 - , , I
forto, Krand reservi; force tqual to auy tiwr-1
THE niCBKt BTKAMKR ORBTO.AXD
Com. Preble Appeals to the President and
Beer fury Well.
Commander Preble, late of the navy, who was
dismissed for his negligence tn permitting the
rebel ct earner Orcto to break the blockade of
Mobile, has presented the following appeal to
tho President and the Secretary of tho Navy i
Ajtjuul to tht Prtiklent of tht United State.
IT. 8. Steam Sloop Oneida,
Orr Mobile, Oct. 10, 13fl,
To Ihe PreMent of the Vnitctt State!
Siki I do not believe that you would do In
tentloual Injustice to any one yet you have
dono me the tuont cruel Injustice, and dismissed
mc from a service In which 1 hnto passed
twenty seven 3 cars of my life, without trial,
without n hearing, and on insufficient and In
lou have assaucu inv nonor. which is clearer
to me than life, and tou have caused to be pro
claimed that I failed to do my utmost to take
and capture a vessel of the enemy, and omitted
to perform the most ordinary duty of an ofBcer.
This sentence and this opinion you have direct
ed tn le read to the assembled crews of every
vessel in commission in ine nary, auu eniercu
upon the ships logs.
I can prove by every officer and man on tward
this ship, or who was present nn tho occasion
rererndtn, that I did do my utmost to overtake,
capture, or destroy tho Orelo, and that, omit
ting tin duty, I performed my whole entire duty
energetically and falthfully,as I haveirerdoue
while lu the service.
J demand, therefore, a fair and full and lu
slant Investigation of all the circumstance be
fore n court of Inquiry, aud when acquitted,
that my Innocence shall be proclaimed In the
same manner as the sentence has been promul
gated, and tint the record of my disgrace shall,
by official order, be expunged from the loir
books of theuav).
A Commander-in-Chief of the Army and
a, I ask of you this justice, which I am sure
you will grant.
Vcrj respectfully, jour ob't serv't,
Uloroe Hexky Prime,
Apjxal to tht Secretary of tht Nary.
U. S. Steam-sloop Oneida,
Off Mobile, October 8. lbC2.
Sin I Imve read In a newspaper a "general
ordtr," Issued by jourself, by direction of the
President, dismissing me from the nary for the
neglect of duty In permlttingthe armed steamer
Orelo to run the I iockadeotf Mobile; said order
stating that I failed to do m utmost to over
take, capture, or destroy said vesse I, which It
was m duty to encounter, and "omitted the
plainest ordinary duty committed toon officer.'
Such 1. not the opinion of the officers of this
squadron, who are knowing to all tho circum
stances; and I am ready and able to prove I did
my duty, aud my whole duty, fairly, energeti
cally, and zealously, and demand the privilege
of a court of inquiry, anticipating, when the
circumstances are known, a relocation of your
order as puunc as 11 nas uceu mane, ami a res
toration to tills command.
I bale not waited for the receipt of the offi
cial announcement of my dismissal, as tho dls
price Inflicted ou my honored name Is more
than 1 can bear.
Though unwilling to loast of my own ser
v Ices, 1 refer 3 ou to the records of the Navy De
partment for my twenty seien jears of honora
ble rervice, Including actlre service lu the Flori
da, Mexican aud present war, as aleo on the
tout of China against pirates. Is It like),
with emh a record, and when in) commanding
officer, the admiral of the squadron, says there
was "no w ant of vigilance, I w ould full to ex
ert myself to the utmost In chase of a fljlng
I do not understand what "lain uiul nrdlua
rj duty I omitted.
1 110 noi mink iiiJiciineryourscii or me 1 res-
xfan a court of lmmln or court martial, and
that the decision or senteme may be made us
1 ret. 15 1 uimc as your oruer.
iri re) t full), jour obedient sen ant,
Uloroe Henry Phebie,
lltts UliiEciN UeILE, Srntttirytf tft Aiw,
t".?n, j tv, I f.
From the Doston Journal
The Coufllet of Itleaw.
We Inline it was Fernando W(xd whnchar-
! acterUed the rrescut coulest In this country as
1 '"''""t. and lli urltorrk Ideas bn.UKlil to
Charles I, uiul which llhd thtlr natural expres
sion in the lustltutlon of slaverj, lu the loieof
ease and political power, and In the Impatience
of inor and religious restraints, so charac
tirUtle of the South. Between these two ele
ments, and iscemlngly Interposed bj Proil
dcixe to preicnt them from coming Into direct
and duull) tonfilct. Is the liiduslrlous, eieu
tempered, but fomeivhat fctolld Dutch element
uhlfh Is fcnlargcli represented In New York,
New Jirsey, and Kuusjhunla. It is the 11 a
luril c oilmen atlie power in IhU count rj, fluc
tuating in Its drift and tendency, upprojthlng
at times the one or the other extreme, but neier
leading In the march of human progress or
wmcii sevms 10 naie men precipiiateu uion us
fr final supreiuat). It iiuy bo that this ecuw
i-criatlve element Mill ngalu interpose to pre"
lent the ascendancy or either the arUtocratlc
1 r dcntocrjtle Ideas In the general (loi eminent.
It in j Itellut It will postpone the final fontllel
to some future tla) and generation. But the
struggle ulll continue until one section or the
other Is revolutionized, and conflicting Ideas of
"I1 1II. n"J goiernmeut policy ure liar-
lliuillftiu, 1111 VI ,111 wu 111V BI.VU uiiu j'Vrfi iiui
inedlum of the I u Hot-box, or by tho sword. In
tho light of these principles the recent eleetlous
halt (i peculiar significance. Massachusetts
aud nil Nei I-tiglaud stand linn) b the Ideas
hleh hud their birth upon licr boll, and where
l r the New Fnglaud element large) prevails,
its In Mlchlguu, Wlseonsln, Iowa, Northern
0hlo omI ," f0,,,e ollitr Irtl of lm' Kreat
West. thJ It publican asceudaucy Is not mer
thrown lint where tho cavalier element pre.
alls, as In Southern Indiana, Ohio, aud Illi
nois, the opjioxltlou to Puritan Ideas lias been
lutensltled, w hlle the phlegmatic and unimpres
sive Dutch element hat aided In what Is termed,
and perhaps justly, a conscrvalhe reaction.
It inn) he that through the Interposition
of this element the conflict nf Ideas maj be
postponed In other and more peaceful Held.
Ilumau jrogress to higher stagea of adane
ment U neer rapid War has no lamp of
Aladdin to complete the work of a ccutur) In it
i. Thn feudal nrlstocruc which lrcullcd
I In Ihe middle age- has scarce!) jet relinquished
Its last KraP "I101 l,ie niffBes 01 r urojie. 1 ne)
are emerglug alowly though surely Into the
light of libert) . The tlelh erance of 1,UK),000
of Kusslan serfs, although decreed, Is not jit
accomplished,, and It may be that, like the
kg) plan of old, the noblllt) of that land will
not ''let (lod's people go" until lire und the
sword hau humbled their pride and power.
Ho in this country, nun try may temporarily
lunltP this conttti but a blow has been ad
mtnUtend to It whldi will luevltablv hasten Its
uonwiiiU, and one of Iho earliest fruits of ihe
llt ttiUlshmint of Ihls fundamental Ideu of
l'uriuu inlU) will be tho harbinger of a
nr. rapl.l advancement In all the material and
luoniltlt-meiitr nf national nrost)erltv hihI L'reat
ST rite New uil TtifiM HH.aktt Ihltsot th
aulferhiki ofourtoMltrs In the recent storm
lit member the poor Mldler
TIm vduutrer tliemethiw, how feurfull)
lhe iniul huie su tiered, sluudliii; iruartl In tbo
Isleet uud hull) cneplug, cold, weary, uud drlj
LpJug, to their tout he ou tht) grouudj Mrug-
giiug Uiiu inti utMHia iu Keep me in a lew coals
lo warm thtlr want ration of lmtd This wa
their eoiid it Ion ytrtttrdav who le-fl thtlr bomeK
lo light our uaniev, auu ieii us to enjuycuir
i ouif orts and follow our avocations lu neat
Did their wives aud children sutler by tester
,iaj'a wintry jewptat as only the poor do sutrer?
If H), bow bliallfOstr arms he blessed ?
From the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Thrilling Incident npon In Baltimore
Railroads A Narrow Escape
Tito passengers who left Washington on
Thursday morning at 11 o'clock, and Haiti more
ai 1 O'CIOCK, met wiiu a tunning auvemure at
Havre de Grace. As Is the custom, the cars
wcro run upon tho ferry-boat Maryland, but the
tide belnz low. thev descended upon the rails
from the track upon tho shore, without the as
sistance or the locomotive. 1 no brakes or the
first car of the three upon the right si Jo of the
boat, however, refused to yield to tho brakes
mau In charge, and, finding It Impossible to
check the speed, be gave the alarm and Jumped
down to the deck. .
The car, with increased momentum, lu a few
seconds had traversed tho length of Iho boat,
and In another was hauclnc halfway over the
waters of tho river,whlch at this dock arc atont
40 leci uecp.
Providentially, tho front truck fell Into the
water, bringing the body suddenly to the deck,
thus, aided by the coupling and the weight of
the two cars In the rear, forming a powerful
brake and stopping the car.
Several of the male passengers Jumped to the
deck when they ascertained their danger, but
the alarm of the others, particularly of the la
dles, was Intcusc. As soon as the car was
stopped, ull the passengers alighted In safety.
At our last advices It still retained Its position
at au angle of nearbj forty-fH c degrees.
Fvcry precaution Is taken by tho railroad
company to secure pisscngers against accident,
and although millions nru transported over the
road ctcrj jcar, this Is tho first eicnt of the
kind that has occurred. No blame can bo at
tached to the brakesman or to his fellow em
ployees 1 the peculiar character of the day aud
the townees of the tldo alone being the cano of
vpeclsl Corresitonlenceof the I till 1 Inquirer
Manassas (Up, Kov. 5, lsoj.
A rebel Infantryman was captured b) our
dranee early yesterday morning, between Up
pervllle and Piedmont. He belonged to the
Thirty-second Georgians, and was quite Intelli
gent, and states that General Hill, the night our
trooia came Into Uppcrvllle, was encamped on
the turnpike between Uppcrvllle and Piedmont,
with fire brigades consisting of about fifteen
hundred In each brigade. These troops retired
on the approach of General Avertll. Their
camp-fires were plainly discernible to our troops
as they approached. The outermost rebe 1 pick
ets were driven In by our ndi once.
In going over the ground where the rebel
w ere encamped, all that re mains Is a lot of corn
fodder and Iho marks or their tire not like
unto oar camps, where cast oir garments, Ac,
may always be found. In the vacated rebel
camp, nothing of tho slightest value Is left le
blnd. After our troops leave or break up comp,
troops of negroes always find aud gather up
quantities nf clothing.
About four mlten from Uer!llle, on the
pike resides one Mr. Chapter, who has a mini
berof grownup daughters at home with him.
These ladles (T) amused themsehes ) enter day,
by Insulting all who passed, by language unbe
coming females. One of them, as we passed,
sung out "Don't give the Yankees evcu an ear
of corn. Thesevery females would be the first
tocry out for protection, should a fluid occur
near their dwelllnir.
Manassas flap and People.
The hills, mountains, lallci. A.c, In and
around the Gap, are real) snbllnie, and one,
on looking from a high eminence, Imagines It
lias some European picture presented tn our
ilew. The rolling hills, with the dUtant white
dwellings of the inhabitants scattered about,
was a scene well worth) the pencil of some
art lb t. We neicr looked upon such a lieantlful
sunset l fore.
After leaving UpHrvllle, on the turnpike to
wards Piedmont, the road i Mon), and all up
aud down hill, with hlyh stone fences ou each
side of the road, with lery few duellings near
the road, most of the houses M ig built olf Ik--hind
Pledmout station, on the Munaxsus road, con
blbtsof u vacant hotel aud scleral stnro-houscs,
built of brick. There are also scleral work
hops, aU laeatcd. The buildings are large,
and tn in in odious, and nrj Ilitlu Injured, The
railroad Is lu gond eoudillon ull the, wuj to the
junction, the reueii not naiin uiMuriHti 11.
Tlie lal time' It was used was last Maj, bj the
Federal (u eminent. One old truck, all that
resembles u car, In this place, I c till on the
ifTho following Utter lu tceu isueil
from iheotllee of luternal Keituuei
Office or Isteuml Heveme,
WaMitngton, Say ember 7, 1SC2.
ym I have the honor to elate the Goieru
nu nt now hale Increased facilities for supplIug
Internal reienue stampH, and ull orders now lu
this ollke ot the kinds already engraied will
be filled before the l'tth Instant.
Within a ver short lime, plates for cier
denomination of the different Mud of rtamH
will be finished, and all orderswlll be prompt!)
supplied. When this can be done, an order
will 1 manate from this Department, giving
notice tint, after a certain da), Hamps must be
used or the pen alt will be enforced. In the
meantime, the penalties for their non-iue are
operallie, aud will be enforced In all cases
where stamps can be prompt I j furnished b) the
I itowrnmciH nnuppiicaimu
C. F. Estel,
To .1 I). EltMILTE,
I Chairman Committee Clearing
1 Houpl' Association, New Yoik,
' Mr.tiettniil niitl Ihe Kin lianan Ailmlulv
Ihe jouruuls of the tountr) ure speculating
Urgel) on the prtpotterous Mjtemeut put forth I
b) u letter In the JWnlnj wr, u th) or two1
since, tlut Mr, lluchannu took no steps in re.
gurd to tliu rebellion, during the last few months
of his Administration, without consulting Mr,
bewjrd. The statement w js nt once met ery
dlrectl) b) u ejrd from Mr, Weed, blating that
Mr. tii ward did not eun tittuk with Mr. Bu-
(huuju on the subjttt during the period In
We enciect that, when the truth conies to be
known, It will be found thai Mr, Sewurd hid
some, lmllml ugtncy In securing the uppolut-J
ment of den I)l, Jos. Holt nud Mr. btautou
tn places In Buthunan's Cabinet, prcUotibl) held I
by FIo)d, Cobb and Tboniiou t und that thorn I
fwittaiieu consulted him more or lees as to the '
iCbt mtans of saving the tountr) from the dis
astrous tfrcets of Mr. liuchunuirs course or
actlnii. What be did, therefore, was to aid
than lu saving the countr) not Mr, llurhanau
In ileal rnjlng it .V 1". Timet
ThetrluuiLh of the emuucliatloijEts in Mis
souri, a Ut Stall, will compensate for 'he
losses of that p-n) In other Wates :
1)catu3 ot Sold ie it. The follonlug deaths
of soldiers haAe occurred since our lat)fluot
John Illgglns, 3d N Y. Halter)
Win. Vardley, company C, UUl Pa j fleorge
town College hospital.
John Fame, compuu) O, 4Mb Pu ; deorge
town College hoppltal.
John Saltrtr, tompaii) F, 'KjiIi Pj , Armory
Jumea II. Slater, eotupaii) F, JUt Mubs. Ju
dtclur) Siuore hospital.
Chauucy W. F'.uiih, compuu) l, 17th Mich j
Otorge Krek, compuii) U, Sd N. V. Art i Ju
dlclar) Hinre hospital
Thnmus lleckforth, tompnii) F, lirU , J ,
Flljah laithrop, tompan) A,M N J , Ascen
1.) man Hheldon, 1 oui jii) C, Mh U Is., 1 unr
(eorge lek, compimj I,7lhNT V , Fpipluu)
Wurrett Whltcomb, coinpiu) I, 40th Mass
J. Ilautiey, com; au) ( 7th Wis , Odd Fel
Iowa' Hall hottpKil
lion. John 1 tillteudni und laiully, aie at
do. Uusbburii, ol Mulm.uml lion II 'i
blaiiton, of Ni w York, tin ?io ping at W il
hrds. 'J he following art ujHHied at Alexandria
Martin Duftz, tompaii) !), K I Ohio U
W. II. II. Bhulters, compui) A, oth Mich
Pat 1 it k Conway, compuu) II, 105th N Y.
(rute Churth hospital.
Otto Snelple, compati) L, Sth N Y. vols 1
Methodist Church hospital.
Pebsoxal. Col. Goodrich. Col. R. 13. Ilnnh
ston and lady, Major W'lngard and lady, and
Dr. J. D. Baxter, U. 8. A., arc at the Metro
A. A. Lovett, Wllratncton. Del.i C. C. Cham-
bcrUln, 8t. John, N. B. M. Lauterbach, New
Yorkt (1. W'. Curtis, Boston, Mass,) nro at tho
DsrAnu'RK or mi Monitor. Tills noble
Tcescl took her departure from the navy yard on
Saturday last. Since she has been at the yard
she has recelred a new armament, and has been
thoroughly overhauled, aud now presents a for-
miuaoio appearance, duo uhb ncr mil com
plement of men, and we look for somo stirring
news soon. Her destluallon Is not known.
ffr Clennan Itellef Association. The
monthly meeting of the German Relief Assoclst Ion
for Rick and WoutulM Soldiers, tskes plsee NPM
wrDNFSUA eienlne, Nor. ih, at 1)( o'clock,
In Temperance Hull, 1- street, the public Is cor
elislly lDVlted to attend Theorgsnlistlon of the
AsaocUtlon he Ins now complete, and Its efllclrncr
during the past six months fully established, lnter-
eiiinf reioris mny re iookto lor irora ine rarious
committees The i xecutlre Board meet hi usual.
e cry Tuesday ereninr, nt ho 447 Seirnth street.
uj oroer 01 ine t xecuiite uonru
nor 10 3t Correspond! ns; Secretary
i!X"BInliie Soldiers Kellef Association.
TU SDA1 1 r NINO, Nov. Il.nt B o'clock, At the
oltlceolS I brow n, Kq , S3o street. Afull at
tendance Is requested Wr order oelo
UHAKF'S PLANTATION BITTERS.
The) purify, strengthen, and lntlgorate.
The) create a healthy appetite
The) are an antidote to chance of water and diet
The ocrcotne e Recti of diiilustton and late
They strengthen tlies) stem andenme n the mind
The) present miasmatic and intermittent ft wis
ThcypurlfythebreathandHcldlt) if the stomach
They cure Djipeuia and Constipation
Thet cure InarrhivL. Cholera, and Cholera Mor-
Thev cure Liter complaint and ftenous Head
Thev are the isi muers mine worn iiiei
make the eik mtn strong, and are exhausted
nature's great restorer The) are made ot pure
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and herls, and are taken with the plensureor a
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Particular!) recommended to delicate icrsons re
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llalr Dj e produces a color not to be illatliurulslieil
fiom nature; warranted not to Injure llalr In the
leait 1 remedies the 111-e (feet s of baddies, and 1m Iz-
oratrs the Hair for life Ml.Hr U.ur RUST
HAlKlntau1l) turns a splendid Clack or Brown,
letting the hair soR and beautiful o)J b) nil
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boutliu est. Two through trains dall) , and one nn
Sundij Soldiers' tickets at Got eriunent rates to
all the principal points In the North and West
tor tickets and further Information appl) at the of
ftceof the "Crest Pennsylvania Route." northeast
corner Penniyltana avenue and Sixth street, un
der National Hotel Office open from 7 a m tot
p m ton Suuda)s2to4p m.
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aug ly Agent
tT-Hpeelal Notlee-On and alter lliestla),
April 1, iaei, the trains on the Baltimore and Ohio
Kallrual will commence running dall), (Sunda)s
excepted,) leatingthls Station at 7 40 a m, an I
eonnectlnir at Waihlnvtou Junction with Mall
Train for all parts of 1 lie West tla Wheeling or 1
Parkersbtirg Hi rough tickets sold and baggage ,
checked . P. SMITH,
M or Transportation B fcO H U
sp t Utf I
0trphus' Fair at (hid Fellows Hall.
The fane) sale will positive!) he closed on Situ r
tr night, the 0th Instant. The Ladles conducting
It aik for a continuation of the patronage so III.
erall) leatoweduiionlt,l)) (arsons of all religious
denominations Ihe) otler ngrest arlet) of use
ful and ftncj articles at fair prices substantial
uimn ni nil iiuurs. mm mc imruns Hint: n rnreoj
I ortunlt) of spending an agreeable etenlng Goo I
I inuilCNlwa)sln attendance noO
It-The Next Itegular Blouthly Meeting I
of Ihe Hoard of Trustees of Public Schools will I
he) 1 In Ihe Aldermen's Room. City Hall, on TUFS-
' W.M U UA10N, 1
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I B3 eslon's Progress of Hlaver). loples
I of thlsuork are for saleattheoltlceof theVatlonal
Republican Pamphlet edition, S3 tents bound t
I ivl.li tn Inform tli tint, 1 In at lanra lliat I luiw
I reetlvedof Col Urn D Ikiwle, of Prince George's
count, Aid , four or the finest cattle that hate
Uen lu the clt Tor a long time 1 think them the
best four cattle I have eter slaughtered Ihae
slaughtered a great many, but I think I ha e net er
seen thesameeiuantlt) offleshandfaton the same
I also tntlte the nuMla to call and see the in be
I fore Ihe) are slaughtered The can le seen on
I TU1 SDA next st my place, corner of New Jersej
and New otI avenues
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MUNN & CO , nrourletorsof the Sclentlllt Amer-,
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hit e had tmilneis done through Munn fit Co 's Pa
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u a rui tttmv Nurm.
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to i'a llabkers N it. Piun svenie
KO iM1 IO LKT r-iir s urUI I Rotms, with
,.r i luul l-osi I wilt . II it luutM' walk
o 1 us lvai awvsous Uui at N IttTUary
fsdaiuur M.t oo l tt
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J by Hiiiunuuuori rni tu
ifebktrs, lit Psuo avsaat.
'OHD'S HEW TIUEATHE,
Tenth tirttt, abort iVnn. atvnw.
JOHN T. FOKD . . Proprietor and Mtntffer
(Alio of IfollliUr stmt Theatre, DAlttmore ):
HUMHIUEV DLAND . . Acting Manager
Ok .V0.VDAY KVSXIXa, .Yo. 1A,
0.1 MONDAY EVEXIXO, Xov. lOrt,
INITIAL NIO II T
OF THE BRILLIANT ENGAGEMENT
OF THE BRILLIANT ENGAGEMENT
of the eminent dramatic artlate,
MK. C. W. COTJLDOCK,
MR, C. W. COULDDCK,
Who will appear In coajuctlon with the popular
In the Interesting and affecting drama of the 1
HUSI IH-LDINO .
All the Star Com pan) In the Cast
EDITORIAL REMARKS OS THE PLA
THE WILLOW COPSK
Is undoubtedly one of the best acting dramas of
Vt is Interesting; aud Kntertaluhto; the
and the situations peculiarly adapted to producing
thrilling effects The language Is dignified)
The Characters well Discriminated, For
and dramatically disposed
W hen Madame Celeste last visited this countr)
the Willow Come wan produced for the lint time
In America, and then attained a
Great Popularity, aud was the lilt of the
Mr. touldoeb's rendition of Luke eliciting the
highest lontin-ndatluns from the press and the
thttt.p-goliig public At the conclusion of the
pla), Midamo Celeste, who was so
tlrntlnrd mIIIi Mr. oiileloek's Perform
presented him it lth n top) of the MS 4 and at the
same time remarked th it the piece had been letter
pi tji'd than when (irlglnall) jiroduceel In London
1ht 1 lere has been Miieesaful whenever preaent
ednlm-e; and partleularly so when
Mi. t oiildock A time the Character of
Hehnspl-tji-d It tlnflrig his "utarrlng" tour, he
Two and Three Iluuilred Times
and ee are glad to record his complete success
Ihensrt has tieen presented b other art lit en In
man) cities prior to Mr. ( ouMock's delineation at
ii, iiiki uinrrs nae uten lueniineu will) Ine pari;
jot It is so heautlfull) rendere-d b) him that
He has Unnoted oilier lin pre salon and
Kstabllahed his Uwn.
1 he t ha meter of Rose I letdlng has been acted In
The Prl urlpal Cities by Miss Couldock
with great success, she Imparting a tenderness and
a pathos to It which, we do not think, has been
approaehed I) nit) ofher competitors
t llluw Copse
pis imi au uiuih merit that In the hands iifeoui
letent artistes like
MK. ANU MIStf COULDOCK
It will Litiitlnue to li popular piece for ) ears
Ihe tuning's entertainment to conclude with a
a new and original domestic
TIIK CIIIMSTRY COIlNKll,
A ATOXY OF lilSARTS AND HOMES.
An exqulsltel) beautiful and touching plaj . sur
passing" (anchon, the Cricket," In heslthtulncss
of tone, dellcacj of sentiment, and In sympathy of
No Kslrn Prices for Kstajaced Heats.
PRICES OP ADMISSION.
Dress Circle and Parquette, 60 cent it Orchestra
Seats, ",i cents amlly Circle, 25 cents f Colored
Parterre, uUcentif Private Boxes, $S.
Doors ojen at OX o'clock performance commen
ces nt l)i o'clock not 10
1 GAIIDKN ClllCrS,
JkwmyliHinta avenue and Seventh ttrttt.
A (JALA DAY OP TVS.
A MQlirok fRUOUTY AND FANCl.
, Mouilay Anenioou svutl Nl(htt Nov tOlh,
BFNFFIT OF THE GERMAN COMIQUK AND
XV M . CONUAI),
When, for the llrst time, will be presented
rilEPIMVRESUFbAPOLLOb. THE IMALf,' Of
HIE SQb OFMOVVS,
And the Clown's Game of Leap Krotr
The star and Walti ntree;the Conrad Brothers
as the Motley Brothers 1-aton Stone, Ihe
Wizard Horseman Dr James L.
Thajer, with the Comic Alules,
ami ine enure companj
The performance will conclude with n
Look out for the
nttuoh i he noni ot cold
IN OAIIDKN C1IICUH,
lnnyfounvi avenue anil Seventh tirttt,
COMPLIMFNTAH UtNHIT bj Distinguished
Cl Ulaus and Military Officers to
I)H. JAMES L. TIIAAKIl,
The National Com e mat ton a list and Jester
Thursday Rvenliiff, Noi , 1J, 1H0J,
Upon width otcaslou a number of olunteers wll
hi uear, together with the Wonderful Bare-
buk Rider, the Wild Horseman,
MU EAiO hTObL,
And the till In strength of the regular company
Iht reiiowntd Mtfcltlan and Manipulator.
Tin lniK-exitetedsi)cctncleof the Tournament,
or Mi 1 1 of the Moth nf Cold, and Bright
l)i) s of ( hl air) and Beaut)
Dr lh)trs 1 tvo Mules will te on band
litkettt for sate iwr) where
Uo-t uoii, lor n hi i i d ue its, now open
tioi lo 3t
'IWIOM AH K. I.I.U1 1,
i I I O It A I tOK t t AtMAN t S,
AMI AUFNT HOU 1 KOCUtlVJ
Uuiiut) Ijtiids, It ii In nit, Arrears
ot lit), t-xtra I'A), Itc ,
A8lUMilON, 1). C,
Will gle rotnitt uud eltltleiit attention to the
prostutlun ol tlilmsot ttry description aKalnst
the 4to.triuiieiit, aiil make uncharge unless suo
teusful Both reft rentes tuil tharges for serltts will le
IO" Pension at cured for soldiers wounded or dis
eased during the existing war also, lor the widows
und orphans of sol Hers who hat e died from wounds
or diaease Incurred while In the United States ser
lte also, Bount) Monev fur the heirs In law of
soldiers deceased during the existing war.
1 ees dlt Idcd with attorne) s or other persons for
The highest prices paid for Land Warrants
1IIOMAS h LLOD.
Attorney for Claimants,
No till Seventh street,
Washington, D C
N U IMltursorpnperspullishliigthesboiecsrd
nil) be tntltltd to ui) senUes to the t mount of
their charges 1 I L
dec 13 w
'NOISES IN T ..a JIHAD.
Allotlloim oflho TIIHOAT.
DISFAS1M OF TIIK AIR I'ASSACf S
CATARRH I ULMONAIU
These maladies are txelushel) and successfully
I rt ated b)
DR ON MO&CII7ISKIR,
OtULlIT AND AUHIST,
XT7 IVnn aienue, opp Wlllards'
H3- Numerous T ettimonlals can be ex audited at
his oftlte. from citizens of U ashlngton
-All surgical operations to restore BIGHT
uud Jit ARIMi informed not lu tm"
Prnn'a avenue, near WUlardt Motet,
The most Spacious and Beautiful Theatre t
The most Fashionable in Washington t
Universally remarked to I the
Most ComfortabU and Social Retort of any Place
of Amu$emem in America t
TIIIHD VEEK OP THE
Young, Beautiful, and Gifted Actress,
Fngngcmt nt, for . Umltrtl period, of th. Ktnlnrnt
Ioudk Amrrlcan Aetorf
MK. L. r. DAHKETT.
Mil. L. 1. UAKKETT.
The Best bram.Uc ConipAnjr In UMhlogton,
MISS KATX fiEXIX,
MM VIOLA V1WCKE1I,
MISS If, All EU. A FEEEMAX;
miss soriiiE aiMDEit,
MlSS ADA MOXK.
MM. (I. C. OE1IMOX,
MISS JEXXIE MOXK,
MISS FLOUA I.EF,
MISS MIXXIE MOXK,
MISS MARY DE V1LLF,
de., Jit., de.
Mil. BEX ItOOEES,
MR. D. SETCltEU,,
Mil. CIIA11LES DAI1E0X,
Mil. J. L. BAUItETT,
Mil. W. DOKEH,
MB. H. H. WAIL,
Mil. II. CLIFF0HD,
Mil. II. MeDOUALL,
Mil. F. L. TAllll,
Mil. J. II. SHERWOOD,
Mil. M. A. KEXXEDY,
Mil. (I. V. JAMES,
de., de., de.
THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, Nov. 10,
111 It' presented, for the firth time, the thrllllnglr
beautiful plft) of
13 A S L. Y N N ! :
Which has proteu alread) to be the
S1NSATION IN TIIK CAIMTAL!
Ureat hncretn of the Season f
thus far the moat brilliant trluinith of Alia Lu-
elite's IniH.rlal ticnius Tho production of the
piece at it f IRS T-L LASS rilLAIKL illlll A
HHSl-LLASh COMPANY, has proten that the
pla Itself Is full of iiifjrlt, and the furore It has
WAxeneu in su circira, nas nut ieen equaiieti in
thlsclti forears Ihe audiences It has conn-re
gated hate not oul) been at retlned as heretofore,
but hate equalled In IVMLSSUi Ot SWittEHb,
thoe attracted at anj time b) an) other pla) or
nruaii 10 inw
since Its erection Miss Luclllc's oertlowlng
measure 01 iriumpn cannot ue ueuer proieu inau
hi the Tears and Artificial innipath) of the au
dience, commlsserntlng with tho
PASSIUS-H HVMJ HIT ERRlhU llri,
I. A J Y I in A II I J,
MONDAY EVFXIha, NOV. 10.
EAST L Y N N E ;
KAHT LYNN K
lth the following admirable cast of characters
LUC1LLK I STL UN as j
Archibald Carl) le .. .
Sir Francis Levlaou
Mrl Mount sern,, .
4ir tnaries uarron
...Mr L. F Barrett
Mr W. Bokee
..Mr H McDouall
... Mr. II Clirrord
.Mr. II H Wall
Mr. M A Kennedy
Mr 1 S Tarr
Mr (J H.James
Mr J H. bherwood
.Mr M Alexander
Miss tola Crocker
.Miss Ada Monk
Miss Sophie Climber
. Miss Jennie Monk
Mlis Minnie Monk
, fffle Jamison
Mr. Dill ... .
Miss Corney Carhle....
William (Lady Isabel's
Luc) . . I Children, J
Min Cornej astounded Learning to Luie Rich
ard Hare, the lounger
A MISTLRIOUS MURDER
Something to Roast and to Boll. Mr Carl) le repels
an Insinuation Ihe warning Barbara Hare
A Jealous Tang "Then ou'll Remember
A Suppoied Lapse of Set en eari
Frunels Let lion st last Ljnne Captain 1 borne
A He elation The Anultersar) Lad)
Isabel Unliapp) A Moonlight
A Suposed Lapse of One lear
Act i Remorse
Barbara's Dream An Uniolud Mister). Miss
Cornet takes Cold In the Head
MIDNIGHT INVASION OF 1 AST L NNt I
The btor) of Geo Ilallljuhu s Murder.
Iteuiorse Sir ranels Let lion, Baronet lhee-
aratlon Lad) Isalvl takes up her Cross
Alone 1- oret ermore.
A Supposed Lapse of Two ears
Act 4 - xllcd
Barbara's Heart at Rest An M P for t
L)nne Mlis Corne) undertskesa Political
Canvass Madame Mne A Remem
bered Air. learning of a Break
lug Heart Miss Corne) re
Arrest of Mr (rancli Letlaon for Murder
Jujce Mart led. The Ueath-bed Secret Retribution
Abuposed Lapse of Two Months
Act 6 Ikath
Contktlun of Sir Francis Letlson. The Hare
l-amll) Miss Corne) exchanges Adieu with
an Old Acquaintance A Startling Dlscot
er) Lad) Isatel la) s down her Cross
Ihe rarcttell till Iternlt)
BENEFIT OF LUOIllE WESTERN.
PRICI-S OF ADMISSION
Dreas CI r Lie. 60 cental Orcheatra Chalra. IQcentai
ranilly Circle, M centii Colored Gallery, 25 eentsj
Colored Parterre, Co cents! Private Boxes, $0
Seats mav tw secured durlns: the dat without
uoors open at tt o'ciucK) jeriorniauco com
mences at iy, not 1U
In consenuence of tha lowneasof the water In
us uriitiai (tvac, lull t nut im ucvvpani uiiivaa
great euouoiny of water Is practiced, for the Gov
ernment soon to shut otfthw supply to citizens en-
All iwrsons are, therefore forbidden to use the
hi drauts on 1'ennst Ivanla at enue. or on nnt at rceta
or at enuea under tho care and supcrislon of the
Commissioner of Public Buildings, rortvaterlng the
Streets or patementi, or for an) prlt ate purpose
And all persons using the water are urgent 1) so
liilteil to fe as econonilcal In Its use as poasllde
U D KItFNL'H,
sep3U Commissioner ol Public Buildings
; I N II &, NAHQKNT'M
L1 AWNIN0,1LAG AND
UNION TENT FACTORY,
No. 030 Penbylvula. ky etiue,
WA8UINQTON, U. C.
SUTLERS AND ARMY TFNTS
ON UA.VD OR MADB TO OHDEK.
Awnings, Flsgs, Tents, Mall Bagl, Horse Coten,
Signs, Wsgon Cot en, &c , made at short notice
" m .
1 U. LOCKAVtMH roiilliiueV tste prae
XJ tlceor Dentistry, In the WashlugtofXBulidiiiK,
corner Pennst Ivanla ntenuu (ou Seventh street
Having practiced In the South near!) sixteen jears,
he feels assured that lie can gift satisfaction loan)
that may call
Teeth lnserttd on Vulcanite, Hut ber, or Gold
Plate Chloroform administered tthtn deilrtd
17H1UHKNT-Desirable furnished rooms, (with
; board,) pleasantly located In Georgetown, near
the city cars lo permanent tenaut, terms mode
rate Appl) st 161 vt street, near Hltrh street,
Georgetown nut lo if
J OK T On sturda).bth instant, a Gol I Huut
j lug W A1C1I, luadeb) Jules Jurrensen, Copen
hagen 'The tinder will lecelte a suitable reward,
Uleit with Meiars M Onlt h. Bro , Jewellers,
8M PennsjltanU atenue not lu ?
IXOITB WASllllfOTOX TIIKATIIE,
CVr. Ccxncl Eleventh tt.t near Penn. avenne.
For MONDAY EVENING, November 10th.
rantomlmlc Debut of the Spanish Danseuse,
CUDA8 I CtTDAft 1 CUDAS t
Who will make her ftrst appearance lo this city In
the grand Military Met Drama of the
In which she will sustain Three Characters!
MA TIIILDE DE MERW,
HENRI ST. ALME.
For two tt eeks Senorlta Cubas enacted this piece
to crowded houses at
M0XS CREMORSE GARDES, hEW Olth,
and was unhesitatingly pronounced by the press to
he far superior to any artiste now on the
American stare, and the equal of the
renowned Madame tt teste
Cubas In n Drama,
Cn1aa lu a A lltl Arab Uauce-
Cubas In a Spanish Danee,
Supported by the entire Dramatic Company, and
ttVflS BALLET TROlPF.
First appearance of the Fascinating anl Dashing
In Brougham's Musical Burlesque of
In which the Popular Comedian,
F. S. CIIANFKAU,
And the Lnttre Dramatic Companj will appear
A. lit VAVEbPORT AS CAPT, JOltS SMITH
Tills piece will be produced with new scenerj,
proiwrtlcBt&c. and placed upon the stage In the
same st)le of grandeur as original I) at Wallack's
During the piece, Cubas will execute her Sj.anlih
LA FLOR DK SUVILO
Set eral t ery popular songs will be sung by Annie
Wilkes, Fannie Brown and the companj, Introdu
cing "Pop Goes the Weasel," "Annie Laurie,"
" King of the Cannibal Islands," and a Grand Med
let. Ihe Orchestra, under the experienced Maestro
ship of Wm Withers, jr, will perform two Grand
Medley Overtures, Introducing the following airs
" Kathleen Mat ourneen," " Mona Matourneen,"
" Rory O'More," Oh, Summer Night," the Sere
nade from Don Pasqusle, " No One to Love,,"lhe
Girl I Lett Behind Me,"andthe ever-popular Can-try
Doors open at 7i to commenve at Ttf precise!)
Box ol)lceoien Irom 10 until 3, wlien seats ma)
I sevurtnl not tu
Louisiana Ati-Huc, hear Sixth St
NEW HILL t NEW RILL t
The HIGHT1MPLF of
WIT AND II K A U T t .
This Is the recognlzeil
STANOAHU PLACE OF AMUSEMENT.
M( ( LiS Is emblazoned on our Banners 1
1 here Is no such word as FAIL with us
First apiea ranee of
O E O R a E R. ED E N O N,
The talented Pantomlmlit, Comedian and Umii
Unabated success of the established fat or I te,
MSS JULIA MORTIMER.
To-night she will appear In New Songs,
Vlfl OiPi f'S L.4 1',
And as Llrzette, In the rancor the SOLDI! R'S
The Scottish Nlrhtlnrale.
MISS AQNES S0UTJ1ERLAND.
The beautiful Queen of Terpsichore,
Mian KATE PEN'NOYER.
Hrst appearance of the prettt Danseuse,
MISS FLORENCE RIVERS.
TIIK COURT OF BBAUT1.
M'lle Lliiet t a, Miss Florence Rlten
Miss Llllle Brandon, Miss Lauretta,
Miss Jennie Allen, Miss I IU
The most ersatlle Performer lit Ing
If ) ou want to Laugh, Just come and see the 1 un-
nj Nigs, BOB HART and Lr W SIMMONS.
In their sldenplittlng Drolleries
THE UIVBY'8 LAY,
B) Misses MOHTIMUl and PrNNOFR.
Willie mmerson, J S) It as Clarke,
Master Johnnj, Mons Sol.
M A M M U T II O O NI'ANV,
IN A NEW BILL.
Performance to conclude with the laughable Farce
THE BOLDIEK'S RETURN.
George IL Ldeson as ..., i.Nati
Miss Julia Mortimer.. ..as. . Llzzette
tlLL DRAMATIC I OMPAb
Doors ojwn at 6,i ptrformante.lj o'clock
Admlsaion, S3 cenisi Orcliestra Chairs, 60 cents
CARD TO THE l'UBLIC.
Ihe public are rtspectfull) Informed that the
management, after weeks of labor and an Immense
outlaj of capital, Is prepared to present to the
Citizens of Washington, on
Tt'KSDAV EVENING Next, Not. Hilt,
itlHLIME HISTORICAL ItlPPO-DRANATIC
OF THE MFF1ING OF TIIF
SO VERSIONS of ENGLAND ami FRANCE,
PIKLDUP THIiCMITH OFtiOMI,
BRIGHT DA9 OF CHIVALH AND BI AU TV
Tills paragon of pageants was gotten up under
the Immediate auspices of
.1 A M R S M . NIXON.
At FraiRonl's Hippodrome, New uik,
Where It has enjojed an unprecedented run of
ou lossLcvm e Mams
It was subsequent!) brought out b) him In Boston,
New ork, Philadelphia, Aew Orleans,
and Hat ana, creating In each
city the most Intense ex
IMMESSE ( QbCQVRSES OF PEOPLE
b) reason of Its Notelt), Grandeur, aud fxtent
It abc inds with Historical Interest, and con
stitutes a SPLLSDID Ll ISO DIORAMA
Ulorlous Scenes of Past Ak
To gh e It all the eclat It is entitled to,
10 Mel, Womru, Children, and Horses,
will appear In the
HROt ESMOSS, PARADE! ASD tLSIIlALS
FXC1TING GAMF of the TIL1 anl 10URNF.)
Rttunen Fight Annoteil Cavaliers
Caparisoned War Steedst the Strife between the
Ulaek and W Mlo Knights Tor the Crown of
Honor, and Html of Beaut) the
Dauclug, Fentlug, and reals
O It A Ml CAIlNIVAl,
AT THE PALACE OF CALAIS,
Btlore the Ro) a! Court and the Regal Guests, tt til
le glten In the same st) le and the nice ob-
senaiite vt historical auurac) that
marked the suteess of the Field
of the Cloth of Gold on the
ot tin Ion or Its original
iLfr" Seats and ttlaica luu In) atLuriil threudata In
adtanet, without extra charge, upon making up
plliatlou at thuuMceof Nixon's Ciemorue Cirtu
8AI.U 111' ItlHUKAlHKll tSTUUK!. 111
le sold at Public Auction, on 1HURSDA
Not I J. lUtJJ. eumuieuclnir at It) o'tlotk a m . at
sture-huuau lietwten lr and Fstreeta utur 2AL mId!
of HORSK AND MULt llARNIk and uther
eiuartenuasttr utorts, lonuimneu hsuiiui lorputx
rtrms Cush, lu Guttrnment luiuls,
U) order ol J.J DANA,
Captain it A tt M
no o dts Auctioneer