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LOCAL NEWS.
AmnMmriiit,
Nixon's Washington Tiieatne Last evening
wit netted the commencement of the third week of
the rery brilliant engagement of ScnorlU Cubta
On thl occasion the home waa very writ filled lo
tee her Impersonation! of the three principal chtr
act en In the romantic dram of "The Wliard
Skiff" At Alexin, Zlngara, itM Agalht, Cubis
looked and dressed the parta tothever) life Mie
waj truly excellent The combat was capitally
done bjr the fair danaeuae and Mr. Albaugh, which
deserves special notice. Great attention haa been
paldtoputtlng the piece on the stage, ana we
doubt not, It will prove At successful as the
"French 8nv. which enjoveda run of one wee
Thta evening, the same piece 1 repeated, together
with the burlesque of " Pocahontaa "
Fonn's New Tiieatne A Double Pill To-Mght
Mr and Mlaa Couldock both appearing in a new
pla), written expressly for Mr Couldock, entitled
"The Advocate's Laat Cause" All the star com
panj In the caat After which will be represented
the great romance of the revolution, entlllcd
" llorae Shoe Robinson," founded upon Judge Ken
ned) 's nnvr-lof that name, written upon a period
of hlstoty when our countrj was throwing oft
the joke of servitude, a time spoken of to
graphical!) bj the historian llancroft, and bj
Thomas Jetferaon, Hon John 8 rreaton, Hon )a1
Ward lvcrett,and other bright 1ght ofourworll'a
hlator) In thin piece the favorite actress, Mr
I hilUf t, make herflrat appcaranrof Mr Ulshop,
the comedian, Mr. llailej, and the atar compauy,
Io appearing The C"hlninej Corner," we un
derstand, will be ahortl) repeated.
Grov en's Theatre Ofrrr Tmt. Tho "stran
per" and t he" Wizard klir Attracted, laat evening,
a large and fashionable audience, notwlthslanllng
"he tnclcmenc) of the weather i Mrs II filler.
Mis Lucille was excellent, and was most effectlvc
I) supported by Mr L. P fltrrett, as the Stranger
Mr Setchell, as Peter, Mr Roirerf, as Solomon Mr
Uirron, m 1 rancls, &.c
To-night ullt I re-produced fort I. la night onl)
the excellent dramatliatlou of Charles Dickens'
greitnoit. "Oliver Twist," which Mill bo pre
i en ted with new sccner), and new and utartltnic
etfects The cast is a very powerful one m
bracing; among the names, Mr 1- P Uarrett Mr
C Barron, Mr 1) Setchell, Mis sophleOlmlwr Ke
The acener J li ver) line, being the stmepiintcd
expresslj for It a feu dijs since, when It was llrst
performed The Improvements on the etticts of
the piece are numerous and beautiful, and with tin
ver) superior cast, should secure a ver) lire,' it
tendance this ev enlng
Nixon a Chemorie Gahdln Circis Th- ele
ments do not affect the pecuniirj arrangements of
It popular arc us cs terJij, Urpe uidunten
attended the eatabllshment both -vfternnon ind
night Mr Jimmy Reynolds made ht tint bow
and waa well received and warmly applauded.
There Is a vim, an orlglatl merrj snip About
'Jlnmy that always, when he wants touorhl
Abilities, renders him an agreeable person lit the
arena Dr James L. Thajer waa as usutl (nod
he never deteriorates l-aton Stone rodi a fine
set, original with him, and the rest of th aiuttt
quitted themselves quite creditably Anixtra
performance will take place this afternoon
Cantersiry Tlie three great stirs Mibe-
Prnnojer Mortimer and Sutherland, continue to
win new laurel each night The various utr
ilven U the different nicmWrs of the Inh uled
ominnj were excellent I) rmdered, nnd the
thatest sat Hfictlon to the vidience The din lna
t j the new and beautiful cota tie bell I, wits nrtittl-
cnll) t evil ted ainld shout of the heirllo I
I nuse The ifterpiece, entitled "TheStre1 Ms
one of the most elde-splittlng productions w eier
witnessed and Gforijf It Fdcicon suituni hi
amusing character most admiribl) Ilic ro
rimmeof Mat night will be repeated to-night in I
unoi her crow 1 will of course, be In ittcnd-vme
The i mber op Sick Auriveu. OniMui.lj
list about 1,100 Mok arrived In this tt trnm
Warreuton, by t be ar of the Orniiije atil le.
jndrla riUrnid. Yeterd i iiiorulni; MW inure
ciiinc from the front l the same muu, Tbt
laMwerewri 111, aiiU were In rliirct o siIfi
nut burgeon V. II, Lincoln, of the tkunth
Mnssachutcit Two more of thU l.t dlnl mi
the passnifo up, hml were buried h the (,o
irument undertakir jetcrda. Thtlr nnmes
are Win. IKUems, compau U, One llnndrul
uudThlrt ninth Fcnn., nnd Artemua U. Hill,
of tlie Ohe Hundred and Forty-tin h l'liin. Tim
i nra Mil? i row did, about 100 or the men who
oiitJ butt pfiml the exposure, were put on the
j) of the care, Mliere tlu rode ull niyht
Wbere were a cry few wounded hi this lot, wlm
have been disabled while (loin? picket duty mid
hi am ill sMrinlthut.
Three hundred more arrhed lata last tilht,
und nbout four hundred enme down from Lees
Imrir jepterda) forenoon, maklue on ogreijato
nddltlon of 1.WXI patients to tEe hocpuals of
thUiIty within 30 hours. The most of these
mm are Morn down, ufter u long season of
marching und exposure or protract el slckmws
In ctimp
TiieAkslmblt'sChlkch. Rev.Mr.McFuIls,
p istorof the Asstmbhft chnn h, during the mor
ning sen leu 1 ist tiabbath, took occasion to cur
rent from the pulpit the statement which had
nppcired In the pnblic Journals, that the s
seuiblj's church had changed bauds, and ndded
that there need be no apprehension on the part
of the congregation or others that such Mould
be the rise.
He nbscrud that the statement Mas probably
made upon the report that the church had been
mortgaged li persons w ho had Iwrrowed funds
to nllee it from certain einbnrrassmcnts, lu
explanation, lie said that, some time sine i, tlin i
persons connected w Uh the church liad ot talned,
nt was alleged, the sum of three thousand flnl
lans, for which tho church had been mortgairid
These persons had no authorltj to glte a deid
of trust, holding no official position. lie ob
served, further, that there was nothing to show
that this mo nej had cerbeen expended on the
t liurch.
UnpuFftr or 41.000. On Sunda nlirht.
while Mr, James Mahcr, who keeps n grocery
in rtiiir-ami-ii-iriii, in. ir 1 strut BOUltl, WOS
Inking Ita with his dually, about si en n lock,
ho Jaard au unusual noise up stntrs. On goln
to ntccrtaiu the occasion ut it he found n win
dow in thothlrd stor open l'roi tiding tn the
room Mr. Maher discovered that a hun.au drnw
had been broken open and t,lHX) in montr
taken tlarefroui.tn the follow lutr kinds ? 1,0A
in gold, S-JOt) In siher und $.'00 In Tn.nun
notes No clue to the robber can be iound. A
Inre new thlsilwua found near tin window
It i uwl chat ihv man murt liai.Mmm',1 1
ll.o hou.o mine lliiiii l-rfrlous. au.l toiu wlm-1
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nimseii, waned ma nriortunli to eccapu by
lowering hlmnlf from the window wiih b.
boot)
Doings tit the Paovost ficAHD in in
nimcd Murra) was visited on lat-t Haturdny
night He keep on I street ubove Twenttfth
His store waa closed by order of tho provott
marshal, and Murray was ordered to report
himself under arrest the qext morning at the
Central guardhouse. He was charged with sell
lug liquor tosoldlers. One barrel.three botiUe
and a can ofllquor was fmnd on his premUia
On the same night, Mrs. 4nlllvau, who ku s
a den on the corner f I uud blxth Mret-t.
r arched hi order of thenrmnM huhlj i
(juautlt) of liquor waB found in a milk an und'
ducmijoiin fine was sent to the guirltuu ,
her establishment closed, uud the lv tin it
the provost marshal's ofllcc.
ExciiiNOEu. Mr. Thos. CoateH, ) ropm tur
und eorrespondeut of the " Yotitnmn , i
ruw;jer" published In tork couutv. 1 n'
laud, was captured bv the rebels under dciuril
Hill, at naKv btalion, on the iSnnh of .Inn.
last, uurlu the battles before Richmond. Hi
Is a member of the "York Ride Corps,' und in
order to facilitate his business as correspond
cnt, he sometime donned his EnglUli uullorm
He was caught by the rebels In this attire, uud
taken to Richmond an n pv Tlirougli tlie'
cxertlons of Mr Wood, ht- wa. rccniil ex-
tuaiigcu, uuu j uu in iiusiiiv. iieiuienas.unii Luriunni iu.
to write an account of his f,ur month'
lin-
prlsonment.
C irciit Coi'KT. This court ailllni, in cl
i erv vlVrdav wrVe Murarod will. T . ..V r
bloueaud Carlisle for plaintlif and Bra lit) und
umer ior ueieuuaiit.
W. R Hixhlwurd.Esq., was apjioliiltd stand
Ing commissioner in chancery.
CBFor other local matters, eee fir6t pagi
ClTT tXaCILR. Jioard AUUrmen.-ht
Hoard met according to adjournment, the Vice
iTesiucnt in mo chair.
The Chair read the following communications
from tho Mayor
A Mil for Iho relief of Japiefl F. Uirklu.
Ftsseil.
A tommunUatlon nominating (he following
gtnlUnun as trustees of the public schools
First District Robert Kicketts, F. O. llsnii,
It. J. Momll.
Second District M. II. Miller, C. II. Ulcr
tuelde, V. J. Khecs.
inim iiisirict r. a. uaisn, u. u. wieiu,
i naa, a navis.
Fourth District J. 11. llolmeid, J. T. Van
sell..!. 11. I-Ills.
For tkcrctiry to the Board Jno. Bess ford.
t or Treasurer to the Board William B. Day
ton. Kcfrmd.
Mr. lpper presenteil the petition of D. E.
Aloselcr, nsklug certain privileges. Referred.
Mr. firodhoad presented the petition of the
Washington Literary Association, asking leave
to hold their meetings In tho room now occu
pied b) the Board of Aldermen. Passed.
Ho also presented a resolution asking that
the orphans' court and the levy court may con
tinue their sessions In the room the still oc
cupj. Passed.
Mr. Pepper presented the petition of J. A.
Rowlnnd, granting certain privileges. Passed.
He ulso presented a Joint resolution of in
struct Ion relative to appointing n committee
to ntttnd to tlie Interests of the cornontlou
before Congress. Adopted.
Mr. liojii presented a pint ion lor the rtiier
of Joseph Whltncj. Passed.
Mr. Clcphanc presented the pttiilon for the
nllcf of Win. II. Lusby ifc lro. Passed.
Tlii Chair read the following special order i
A bill authorizing the Mayor to appoint com
missioners of Improvement for the several
wnrds. Pained,
Adjourned
foimnvn Coimcti, This Board met last nlcht
ns mini In the absence of the President, Mr.
Wilson, Vice-President, assumed the chair.
A communication from his Honor, the Mayor.
tn approval of certnln acts, was read.
Mr. Barr Introduced a bill authorizing the
Mnyor to cause to be placed a flag footway across
Fourteenth street west, at M. X. P. and O
strict north, and at Rhode Islaudavcnue, The
II1I passed
I lip Chair laid before the Board a communi
cation from the Mayor Inclosing a letter from
the Wntir Registrar on the subject of water
pipes tor tins city, ana recommends that a con
trn t I e made with Messrs. R. D. Wood &. Co .
as their offer was theniwt favorable. Referred
to the Committee on Dralnaireand Distribution
of A iter
A communication waa also ready from the
Mavor. on the subject of the Improvements In
the Northern Market, the cost of which will
be t Y00
Mr Riub submitted a Joint resolution that
all liner arising from the sale of spirituous II.
qtior, which nre now glTen to the Levy Court,
suau nerciuiuea oy tneautnomy or the -Major.
Mr Knight moved to farthe resolution on the
table
The resolution was withdrawn
Mr Lewis presented the petition of John
Hiudilev, for the privilege of erecting a parti
tion tent on the vacant space between Pennsyl
v onla avenue and the Centre Market and Fight h
and Ninth streets.
Mr Birr moved to lav the petition on the
Mil.
Mr (union thought these matters were not
for u- to leirWate upon, but If the corporation
dl I have control of these reservations, lie was
opt osed to their occupation In this manner.
Mr rtermchle believed the corporation has
no power In the matter, according to the decision
of the at tome).
Mi B irr sitd that this n hole question rale lit
us vm 11 be Hilled now as at an othcrllmc. He
Hfrndln i declf Ion of Attorney General Ice,
is Irinu- iio ns 1n'i, where he decided that there
is no power on t irth which tau obstruct these
treetu or nther thoroughfares.
Mr liordou thought our ftretts were now
tibr-trmtiil bv the (lorernment. He alio re
lorrnl to i hospital In his own neIehtM)rhiKd,
which be (haracterlzet) as u'ternIcTous' one.
The wlio neighborhood had been sick with
latuplrvtrs. The hospital still continues there
in um nut oi nil sanitary law.
1 1n bill was I ild on the table yeas V, nays 8,
Mr I a ti Mihmltud a Mil inakluir an appro-
I rlntlou of $Cj0 to toipplya dellclency In the
'PI r"l naiu'ii lorgraniug anu graveling iintii
ttritt west Passed.
Mr. 1 ewl also oircred a bill making an a
proprlatlon to pay lor the trvction of barri
cades nt the iolla nt the last election. Passed.
Mr. Icwla nln presented a bill to authorize
(hi Muji'rtopivetheluiirseclIousofthestnHts,
wiiirtvir neiiuaii mem u expcuieut to uo so.
long dlsiussiouctisuetl aatotheexpedieuey
of the incisure
Mr. Kulyht muvvd to lay the bill on the ta
hlu. Lot viaa b. navs 11.
(Mr (lordoii moved tn refer the bill to linn
lomimttte on improvements, ioxt yeis 5,
The bill uns read the third time, uud passed
Mr. Llovd presented a petition of Hannah
make, prajing ror the relundlugor certain lb
cense tn overpaid. Referred.
Mr Llovd presented the petition of B. F. I
Murell und others pra)lng that Nixon's tent
mav be removed. Laid over.
Mr. Itmnehle Introduced a bill to lake up
and relnv the gutter on the north side of D street
north. I'ussed.
Mr. Utermchle Introduced a resolution of In
ijuirv as to the cost of grading and graveling
New Jcrsev avenue from the railroad depot to
Massachusetts avenue, and Masachufletts ave
nue to s-tv tilth street west. Passed.
Mr Barr, from the Committee on Claims,
riMtcd n bill for the relief of John M. Locke,
w ho w nt, tlned ?-0, by Justice Clark, for carry -Intr
concealed weapons. The bill passed yeas
ii navs )
Mr. Llovd, from the same committee, asked J
to ie uiejiari;ca irom th3 tnrluerconslderatlon
ofthu pit It Ion of Andrew Small
Mr. Ltirmehle ri(orted a substitute for the
Aldermen' bill In relation to public hny scales.
The MibntiiutL authorizes the erection of a suit
able number of hiy scale for the convenience
of tlie public.
Mr. Utermchle. In explanation, hinted that
there wnv no hay scale now belonging to the
cltv.
the bill was postponed to the next meeting.
Mr I termthlc, from the Committee on Mar
Uls, n ported a bill making an npproprlitlon
of JfVx) lor the completion of the Northern
Mnrkit Improvement.
Mr Murlach, from tho Committee on Public
" horlu, iijMjrtid back the Aldennen's bill of
ntmiiiil nppmprlations forthopubtlcschoolsfor
Hi' lleil viar mdlngSOth June. 1S1 Passed
Tin follow Imr bills, from the Board of Alder-
''''", "'f'' l'"11 V'11r'rpilon1' .. . ,
'"" lo ,'1''? olm 'J- Rjwlanil lo Uko up
ilium nii.l fill tliA n-ll Rnrnfpa1
ri - ..... ....
v t.,ll which orlginatid lu lUU Board, and
uuiiiidtd bv tho upper Board, to introduce gas
In tin HVhttrn Market house.
Mr knlylit moved to refer the bill to the
tomriutle on Markets, Carried
lolnt resolution to purchase fuel lor the
poor, amended bj the upper Board. The
amendment was not concurred in
Joint resolution for the completion of the
fi-ivenient on tlie eouth side of bqiure T'tt,
lelrrcd
Jul nt resolution requesting the Major to sua
pi nd I he Hinovitl of iheCremorneClrcua, until
the .1 of Mareh next
Mi. IJurr sild he could not vote In lav or of n
I"if r obMruition of tho streets and uvenucs.
On ordering the bill to i third reading, It
vvab h t bj the following vote
ih-McKirs. Ruub and WIIsou 3.
Ay Messrs. Birr, Canfleld, Doiiohue, Kl
I I tl und fe. Knight, Llovd, Morgan, Mur
i n,ti Mil lull, peake, Slephtns, and Talbert
Mt I in lu iii the Points Committee, rtporl-
I i ' ill in nljiiuii to the public squares, reser
v illen- V .rihllti audprovldinjf iiL'aln.t
their or. upau v for rlvatupurpObe-s,und tlxlug
J pcnaliv oi hum $V to fV for each da'
rlolillon of Ibis ait
Passul, 10 to b, a lolluw
Vci lisri). Barr, Cautiel.l, 1 lib, 1-ollans-
li, Knlahl, Llod, Mun i'h. Peike, tiuphens,
Na Mcsbrtt. Duaohiic, (lurduu, Lewis,
Morgan. Mit( lull, Kaub, lulbcrt and Wilton
8.
Ml Jub ualrti u hUl to Uke U aud ,fU
Ml Uaubotleied u bill to tike up aud ieU
t erred
Adjouriud.
'iuE Billion Bakk redeems their notes InU.
H. Tn usury notes, when any amount from one
dollar upw ardi is presented.
Fihcmeb Co(entio'. An adjourned
meeting of the Firemen's Convention waa held
aaMheltatl of the Franklin Fire Company last
night. A another convention had already
been auuounced, to Ikj comnsed of Iho legal
number (fire) of delegates from each com
pany, tn meet the same night, the Convention
adjourned iinedte.
At 8 o'clock tho delegates to th Fire Depart
ment met in me same nan, ana urauizeu ny
the appointment of James (I onion, of the Nary
i am, as mairman,
The principal business of the ineetlugwas
the nomination of Engineers for the new de
partment.
The follow lug gentlemen were put hi nomi
nation for the position of Chief Engineer i
John T. Chaunce),oftueMctropt)lltau Hook
and Ladder Company, '
John Peabod), of Columbia Fire Company.
John 11. Sesiford, of Frinklln Fire Com
pany. The following were uomluated for the office
of Assistant Engineer i
John Thompson, of tho Perseverance Fire
Companj.
Thomas Hooker, of the American Hook and
Ladder Company.
The meeting adjourned to report to the ev
eral companies represented.
pRitotEHS or War. On Sunda last the
following named prisoners were sent tn from
Ocn. Slgol's haadquartcrs by. Col. Robinson,
Provost Marshal of 81 gel's corps t Sergeant O.
Mohundla. Hrtceuth Urglnta C.J. Darnell,
Sixth Vlrgfnhi 0. Smith, Eighteenth Virginia!
H. LUchtield, nnd J. C. Dixon, (son of Pay
master Dixon, U. S. A.), Eighth Virginia t P.
Hughes, supposed from his ambiguous state
ments to be a sp, or a deserter from the Fede
ral nrray. They wcro all committed by Col.
Dostcr to the Old Capitol.
A Toioit CrsTOMEii. Vcstney Johnson,
colored, was arrested last Sunday for being
drunk nnd disorderly, and taken to the Seventh
ward station. Officer Whedou recorded his
name, aud on attempting to put him In the
lockup, the negro, who Is a powerful man, re
sisted. A grand tussle ensued, In which tho
officer would hare come out second best had
not reinforcements arrived. With the help of
others, the fellow was locked up for the night.
lie was quite sober In the morning, and was
tlned, by Justice St rat ton, $3.04 for disorderly
conduct, and sent him to Jail for court for re
slstlng the officer In the discharge of his duty.
Sick Set Orr.- About 2M convalescent
oldlers, who are still unable to perform mili
tary duty, were sent lo Portsmouth Grove. U.
L, yesterday, In Iho ship "Euterpe." The
meuicai ui rector win senu uu more or tno
same class of patients to Baltimore, brrnil
roan, to-un or to-morrow.
Attention, ArrucTED' Dr. Velluv Is vet
engaged lu an extensive practice Iu thta city,
and we would call the attention of the poor,
puny, emaciated victims of their own sins to
the heat sources of remedy. First, give up your
present course of life at once and forever jand
secondly, call on the most skilful physician",
(and none are better than Dr. Vellny,) and I e
cured of the disease which Is now undermin
ing the constitution and sending you to a pre
mature grave.
Bak.io Rates. The following are the rates
at which bankers and brokers are buying and
selling gold and stiver the legal tender notes
being the rtandard
Duvinrf selling
Gold - - - .t per c. prem. 33 per c rem.
Sliver .-- 30 M
Demand uou M 3s
Banks of Issue iu nhlui,lon nnd (iforge
towm Washington Caeortcetuwn '
Bank of Metroiolis. 1-nrinir nnd Mech
Bank of Washington. Li ink.
Patriotic Bink. BiukorComiucrie.
Farm's V Merchs IPnk.
Inom 111 uiier (.ooits The nine to I u vuur
niDnnicuvM i n.r,is c ampiilk(ts,
1M J-LlHhA. II t HAlKSniid every artkhs
tnadermm INDIA HLliCl K. U at II HALL'S
I Dill i Hutter Unrehoune, where Jim tin ot tain
the m at iiiaiiufictiirem prhes, 3li Pennijlvania
avenue between Muth and Ttnth streets te ?J
W inn iu iist (tAiiLiiv I3i ivnn nt , nex
dour lo the UUKtaph Oitm conliitutu ti ittrae
thronKSuf visitors toot t iliuetidr rmiof them
strlv e :md friends, v, hlih are so truthful!) nriHluced
at thH timt-limiorftl tnrf rth-braifd ciiabhihinntt
Card llkenes of our dUtliifcuUhed generals and
others, tufcethtr wilh nan) whti hue r-tllen In
battU, tau U ubtaiueJ Alo, jiort raits In oil and
water colon Onlers f tr tlelJ views promptly at
tenJedto net 17 lui
Dciikauic India Kiur.H liuiuu-tr H A
Hall has but received ji lot of Offlcera Long and
Lluht tlnfl linlfhcd toats t alio, dull Untitled Pon
clio, extri largi slz S( alsu, a lot o( blui nfrlUh
Inlutas, t erj lonif, at $10 etch; which he Is at Uing
at nianufrtcUirrranriiestathislDdia HubtterWart
hoiiM', 3iu I enui) hanla avenue, between Mnth
ant lenth struts oct'.T tf
a Wuhii oi Advice Those who have been
doctoring fur weeks and months without obtaining
relief, i-huuMioniult Dr Klshblatt. whose i nice is
at No 411 J street, cortii r of Hijhtn street, and h
radically mml Iwentj -live years exi erlence ha
eatablUhed Ur I IshblMt's reimtallon n auhvsl
clan Km nt lanes cured In a ffw davs Charges
molerate UR FISIIBLAlT,
No iil V streft, corner of t Ighth,
Opposite the General Post Olflce
LIHT OF PHOPOHALH AND OFFERS
made to the Ireasurv Department during the
weik ending November l5lh,IW2
BUHPAU OF CONSTRICTION
Henry C Mitchell proioacx to furnlah sand for
the It s. Treasury Fatennlon, WaihlOKton, D C ,
for $1 per eart load of fifteen hundred to the cart
loadj dellreredon the wharf
W llllam know lea, Jr , propoves to build a v etl
bule in the post offlce at deorffetown, D C , fur
nlshlnfttwoplina Plan No l,for99J, Plan No S.
lor $5)
Jainca WiUb i ropoes to alter Counter In Ro
tund of t aching Biilldin, New ork, for fci.irjo,
and otierii tu l ut up H extra il ka for $00
Jamea Wrtlf uhcrii (u put mi ont pair of spiral
Stair CasH In the. I xchanJe lluihlinir, Nvw ork,for
Junes Webb olb r tu put Iron 1 ittkelnthe
liineinent rotuuJi of the l.xi hinRe Uulldinjf. ew
lurk fur ftS"1
llavwaM llirtlitthCu rujiose to furnish the
in w base required fur the Irnu Counters o the N
lork rxihaiiRc UulMlng, raise anJ put the same
In place forl).r runnliiK fuut. and upj lj th
adlltlunal rountir luiulrcti for $18
llavwirl iltrtkttivCo propose to furnUhtliu
Iron Irmlar "italr fnr the I xehanse liuildlnsat
Ni rt orkfor$io nnd railintrnrouiidwell-holefor
.J jur fuut
Wood it 1 erott pruptuie lo uianufaA.turi! aud put
lu plrne Iron lm, hh I make tlu retjuirtd altcrtt
lions for Counter fur Lxt-hintce Oull Uiirf, New
1 ork.for $: Ji ij take down aud put up w ooi w ork,
1 in, p I nt thesainefor $70
N OflboriieouYrs tumake a prupuaed change in
the tautte M 1'orlku Jind thtrd-tur granite
work uf Ha i ew ( ourl lloiue at U-iltlmon, MJ ,
for n W nov 1911
VTAVl AORM'I OKl'lti:,
Xl W AhllllOTOM, NH 15, lij
I'aorukALS will lie neeivel at ihl ulUe, unlll
Mondaj.lhe first of lieieniher next, at 3 o'clock
p hi, fur two huu Irt-d and ten thousand Uliuj)
jardtof Whlli C utridge Cloth, tn vl 1th aud ro
lortloiis, ai follows, ill
uuuu)ards, IV (in bet wide
luuw ' " '
WWW 2t4 '
10 Uh) J&t, '
IO,WiO WJ'f '
sj.msj M
to mi 31
tou.i 35 "
;io uuu
l.i be debveiidat the Nat aid, lu thla cttj
fret of imt lo tie (iovernment forlrelhtor trans!
portatlon H V BROWN,
nov i S tl 1 1 Navj Apent
hip pi: h n v a i i;.
W V AuLNl's IJHIi L,
txMntfuii, I) C .Novenibtr IJ.It.'
linn willli Hoiliit lulll Viutiou, in inn I ui.
td M ltl-M II m Jrtld. UfiahlllLCti'll, li I ,iu Ihura
(Ihj, the Tth Hint ml it uuiWlt m ,n jot of top
Ii r S nh , (oniittiii(ir of ibout t' lou It inn in
ex iiulliid itt UiV tiliu prtiiouiilii Utt H if ih
upon ippll illoiilollu LOiuliiai dinl of Hit nit
j ard
lh (lf will -iuIh I torttltkitn u bj tht Lk
partmuit lJ UhuiVN,
no 17 Jiwiw Nij jfvat
VIlI.Ks VNIM(IT rni. limn eiied,
I ir Sih mm r Ibro
I juibtrnls Ai pits, an I
I uooboshils lotatoiB
Htipirlor an Uh Or ih in loin tovuil unhn
ir it drier s wh irf, (m t o llilrteeii-ainl-t half
Mrtit I j L HIWII lii
liuv 17 Jt
InsiVAt UllUnU llulil or Itlwt-tu tht-re
4 ml the Mrlrupulltuu, n leMJHN)UM U ion
toiilaliiluc notes ot hind, bills oi I bug, and other
piptrs of nu value to an) one! ut tlu ownir Mta,
a m ill amount of uucurrenl moiiij of no value
Anj ix-rsun Ictv Ing It at this onice will be lilrall
rewarded HKNKV P 1'AHKIH
nov 17 It
IHKI),
In this city, un Monday, the 17lh Instant,
Sca Cblkste, daughter of William and Mary
Smith, Aged 3 j cars, 3 months and 3 days.
Funeral from her father'a residence, near B
street, between Bccond and Third atrcets, on
Tnesda), 18th Inst., nt3nclmk.
On the 14th Instant. Mrs. BrivtA WlUox,
colored, ucred GO venrs.
In all the attributes of a true 1 idy, tho humble
subject of this notice was the equal orinemgu
est In social position. A conscientious Chris
tian, refined lu language and roudnct, unselfish
and benevolent, she had the respect of all who
knew her, nnd was followed to the grave by
their regrets. F.spectally wilt the friendless
orphans ofher own race miss her open-handed
rare and kindness.
Our Otto died, November 17th. 6 ycara old.
He w as our joy, our hope. Friends w ill please
not renew the grief of his parents.
TnEononEAN-n fcoriiiA IUkseman.
OFFICIAL
TarAatKr Dipartmext,
OjflctoJ Internal Revenue,
Washington, Nov. 17, 18C2.
The Commissioner of Internal Revenue Is
prepared to supply the following stamps, lu
quantities sufficient for the use of the people of
the District of Columbia ami of the Btates cast
of the Kooky Mountains, vtxt llaying Cards,
2rotrietarjf Frpnu, Ttlegraph, Tnmrance,
(life,) Insurance, (fire and tnariue,) lwtaqe
Ttcittst and Vrotcst.
The use of the stamps herein specified Is
hereby required In the District and States above
described, on and after the 1st day of December
next i And persons guilty of wilfully neglecting
to so use said stamps, wilt be subject to the pen
alty provided In the law .
Signed: OEO. S. BOUTWELL, '
nov IS eo3t Comtn'r Internal Revenue.
OFKICIU..
Department or State,
W'ashlugton, November IS, lWJi.
Releases from tlie draft on the ground uf alien
age hare been allowed In the follow lug cases :
Name W here Drafted.
William Darmfeldt - Franklin eo., Peiiu.
George Glee - - - - do do
Conrad Glarer - - - do do
Jacob Young - - - - Washington co , Mo
Applications for release In Ihn following
cases have lieen denied i
Ludwlck 1 .a us si mut
ilans ... - - Somerset eo., Fenn.
John Biulir - - - do do
OFFICIAL.
Department or Statp,
Washington, January 25, INU.
The tfecreiary of State will hereafter receive
members of Congress on business on Sitnrdays,
commencing with Saturday, the first of next
mouth
WILLIAM II. SEWARD.
IMill SAI.K "ieveral very fine hones, suit it I
for armv officers, traineifor the (let I
A Lo,
V, brouhuinn.l large harouchi Tt.i l trriages
arc iu pood order, and will be soldhenp
Inquire tl Twelfth street, UtwttitU and It
itrieta nov 19 3t
'Oil M:V AOHK Th akhoouer DtvbUou
L will loidlor IU ilow port, and will reptile
depatchlr I n Ighl Appl) to I'MUl DUIRV, 65
uaier jri,ueoreeiou not i st
i 1AMPHTOVESI
Vv CAMPMTOWSM
CAMPNTOFs!tr
We nre now m uuifacturlud CAMP, COOK tud
Hi AT1MJ STO I S. which we will sell bv the
doien or hundred as cheap as thev ian le lought In
Baiiimoie. i tt at ii i ukiuuhi,
nov I a 3;i Penn. avenue, near 7th slreit
B W. L. VAI.I A. (0.,Aiielloueer.
PIKIMPTUR )LF01 V LMU.I. STOCK
III- ICKNlTI HE, SIOVII, tU . Or A DCAI Ell LL-
ilimvu llctiNCssOn THURSDAY MOKNINC.
November Jo, commenclnff at lu o'eloik, we will
Sfllouthe first floor of the Auction Rooma, with
out rntrve, for cash, large stock, unbracing
13 Mahogan, Walnut IarIle-top and lialn Bu
reaus
IS Mahoicaii) aud Plain W ardroben
IU W alnut and Mahoiran) MdeUiarda
H W alnut and Mahoftani Sifas and relates
Rockers, has) and Parlor Chairs
lUUJenn) Und, (.ret Ian. Cottage, Miiabelhenu and
other Double and Mugle lktUteads
J0 Walnut, Cherr) Kxtenaion Oiiilng aud other
lablea.ditlereut sizes
Walnut Whatnots and lagers
Comlorts, Ulankets, l-eather, Hair BoUlt rs and
Pillows
Feather Ueds, HaJr an IMmik Mattreaaea
Catie and Wood Vat Chairs and Roikem, large
varlet).
fillt Mahoan),l Walnut frame Mirror
Ingralu, Hemp, aud other Carpets
ALSO,
It) 14nch complete Cooking Moves
StMnch do do do
lOfMnch do du do
Ml in order for W ood ur Coal
ALSO,
Lot Furniture, h) order of the Administrator
With man) other arti.lei in Furniture Hue. wldch
hav e been remov ed to our More, for convenience of
sale
Terma eaxh
nov It) L. U ALL. CO, AuiU
BV JAS. C.MetiL'IHKA, CO., Auetloiiern
&ALB OF HOUSLIIOLU ANU K1TC1II N I- UR.
niture, Dental Instruments, Ate On T11URSDA
mornlnjr, November -'uth, at I u o'clock, at the reil
denceol Dr PealKKlj, No 3fti fourth street, be
tween D and E streets, the first street east of the
Ut) Hall,) weahall sell hia Furniture and I fleets,
comprising
Dental Chair and bnlttoou
Mi it of Walnut and Hairnloth Parlor Furniture
Rosewood and other Mart le-top Tables
lirussel's, Three-ply, and other Carpets
splendid Mlk Uamaak Window Curtains and Tas
sels ladles' Walnut Commode
Cilt ChandelUrs and das Fixtures
W alnut, Mahogan) and other Bedsteads
Walnut and Rosewood Marble-top Bureaus and
Washstands
W Hlnut and Mahogau) W ardrules
Superior lot of Cottage Furniture
Red and Table Linen, Ulankets, Comfort
Hair aud Husk Mattrcmes, Pillows
Onk Lxtenslon Dining table
Lane-teat Chairs
China, Glassw are, Cutler) , ate
No 3 National Cook stov e, nenrl) new.
Kitchen Furniture, &e
Terms cash
JAS L MtUUIHF CO,
hoi i l Auctioneers,
"VTOTICB.
1 Jliiol AnvocATE's Omit,
HshlngtonClt), D C , Nov 15, itdiS
Appliiatlons having been made h) ladles, to go
to their friends and families In the South. notUe is
hen bv f h tn that all a) plkauts must make a writ
ten statement lo this ottUe. verified b) oath, be
tMeeu this date and the 16th da) of December next,
elting forth
i lnt 1 he name, ape, and residence of the appli
cant Mcond Tht dale when the came within the mil
itar) lineaoffhe Lnited Mates, for what purie,
nnd where she has since resided
Third The place she dealrea to go to, an t the
purpose or object thereof
The persons to whom Irave nit) b graultdwill
be sent with suitable tsiort from W aihlngton tu
the United Mates lines in Mrglnla, with such per
sonal cfUits as shall It al low id to pass.
No person w ill t e allowed to take more than one
trunk or pack-net of female wearing apparcl,welgh
Uignot overbite hundred pounds, and subject toln
dpfctluniaud an) attempt on tlort tu smuggle con
trab ml proper!) will forfeit the svme, and subject
theiarti to Imprisonment during Hie war
I C JUHNIR,
uov 17 Major and Judge Adiocate
'IHIUACtU ANU SKUAUH
1 For Hale nt Iiuleiale.
JJii buxtaof Tobacco, light Htitl d-irk,
I pound Uunps,
la pouul I umps,
4 jiound Lums, aud U'
ii i.rus J-lne-tut Chi-wln in tlu fil difterent
l ranis,
Jin l ross lue-tut M lokinf v ariuiia brand
1 so,
Muuu vgars, suital le fir sutlirs and Retailer
Ml of width ire often d at tin lowest wholesale
ram, b) JAMfS WALLACF,
W Hhrh ttreil (norgeiitivn, D t
l.uuli delivered to tnj pirlit l he Dlstikt, free
olihaiK iov 17 lw
roil do lieimtticall) i alidf.oo U,eonnistinfuf
t) fruits, Jellies, Meats, efretal lea, Pickles, ie.
just ret eh id audforsileal New Vork market
pn is nt
lo I-'
OsTHUM BROTH! RS
r VtdNH UrrUI
l Washiiigtou Nuvemlwrb IWV
I I Itul OS K LS will le reuiied nt tlu olthe utitll
I Salm li), the 1Mb lutHiil ni luthnkp m , for
I Six hundred (txJuj ton No I 1 bourn Pig iron, or
iron fiuallt) iquUl) aullat b
lo Ifdilluredat the W ahlnglitii Nil) Yard,
frit of coat lo the Government for freight or trans-
tuiitatlnn
novi4.t S 1 BROWN, Navy Agent.
SrECIAL NQ11CES.
tJ-MKKTINOOFCHAPLJlNS.-Aipislmeet-I
nir of II. ft. Armv Chalnalna. lneludlnr thnm on
rduty at the hoipitala. will I held atthenung
mrii a (.nriiiinn ibbuvikiiuu ruum. rennit n inin
avenue, near Sixth street, on WEDNESDAY next,
at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of considering
what steps should be taken by them to procure an
Improvement tn the manner of the burial of de
ceased volunteers C V DkNISON,
not IB Cecretarj
r-MASONIC A sneclal mectlnirof Kt John'a
Lo&eNo II, will t held THIS (fiieada)) I E
NINU, at 1M o'clock, at Maionle's Hall, corner of
V and h streets U MORRIS SMITH,
nor 13 secretar).
0-SUTLKR'SDFPARTMI.NT, IKSTIIMASA
CHlSKTTS I OLl STL KS Anv one In Washlnr
too connected with this department, will find the
suueroi ine Hegimenv nv caning ii iniaonue.
novlS-tt
tMsisottle-A special communication of the
m vv.uranu uage,oi t. anu a. pi , oune uninci
of Columbia, will be held at Mason lo Hall, corner
of u and Mnth streets, on weuhksuai evening,
the ta.ti of November, at 1); o'clock.
Punctual attendance Is requested.
Br order of the M W. O M
W MORRIS SMITH,
nor 15 4 1 Grand Secretary,
T
1 H O U X
DRAKH'S PLANTATION HITTERS.
They purify, strengthen, and Inv Igorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
The) arc an antidote to change of water and diet
The) overcome effects of dissipation and late
hours
The) strengthen t he s) stem and enliven the mind
The) prevent miasmatic and Intermlttentfeveis.
Theypurif) the breath andacldltyof the stomach.
The) cure Dyspesla and Constipation
They cure Lnarrhoja, Cholera, and Cholera Mor
bus They cure Liver Complaint and Nervoua Head
ache. They are the best Bitters tn the world They
make the weak man strong, and are exhausted
nature's great restorer lliev are made of pure
St. Croix Rum, the celebrated Callaaya Bark, roots
and herbs, and are taken with the pleasure of a
beverage, without regard to age or time of da)
Particularly recommended to delicate persons re-
iulring a gentle stimulant Sold b) all fJrorers,
iruggMs, Hotels, and Saloons I' It DRAKK k
CO 5o? riroadwa) , New ork se 2 m
t3lIatclielor's Hair Dye The llest Iu
the World William A. Batchelor's celebrated
Hair D)e produces a color not tone distinguished
from naturet warranted not to Injure Hair In the
least remedies the lll-e Heels of had d)cs, and Invig
orates the Hair for life GRl.Y, RLD. or RUST i
HAIR Instant!) turns a splendid Black or Brown,
leaving the hair soft an I beautiful Sold b) all
Druggists, fee
CrlbegenulneissignedWM A BATCHFLOR,
bn the four sides of each box
Factor), No til Bin lav street, (Late 5131 Broad
way and 19 Bond,) New lork ni) 2-J l)
C- The (J rent lVnua) la smlst Iloute-The
quickest and safest route to the Northwest and
Southwest. Two through trains dall), and one un
Sundaj Soldiers tickets nt Government rates to
all the principal points in the North ami West
lortlcketsandfurthcrlnformatlonapplv at the of
fice of the "Great Pennilvanla Route." northeast
corner Penui) It anla avenue and Sixth street, un
der National Hotel ottlce oen from? a m to a
p m ton Sundaj s 2 to 4 p ni
F O NORTON,
aug e I) Aecnt
O Special Notice, Ou and after Tuesday,
April 1, 186?, the trains on the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad will commence running daily, (Sundaja
excepted,) leaving this station at 7 40 a m, and
connecting il VV ahington Junction with Mall
Train for all j arts of the Weit via Wheeling or
Pari en burg Thrnufh tickets sold and baggage
i hi eked W P SMITH,
M of Trtn-portlthm B frO R R
ap I eltr
Ci1 estoiv's Progress of filaaer) . Copies
ol this work are for sale at theofflpcof the National
Repullican Pamphlet edition, V3 cents Bound
edition, 73 centi
t IM'CVTIUN vb
f OH
Gf.TOWN FFMALV SEMINAHYt
MISa MARKOV en's.
k bording and da school,
131 West street.
the duties of this Institution will be resumed on
the Uth of September. Circulars ma) be obtained
at the principal J)ok-stores in Washington, or by
addressing tlie principal,
aug-JO TT&.s4m M J. HARROFR
C
1IHCLE INSTITUTE,
hHtU CU'N(i I.A1HKM,
No ell K street, Neah thl Cim le
TUlMS, per cuartir of ten weeks Quarter
commencing at the date of admission t
I- lementar) Claaiea lu t iigllih - - (6 00
Advanced Clasaea In i nglUh Literature
and Science Included 9 uO
Flementary Cliaaes In I ngliah, French, aud
Mulc - - - - UOU
Advaturd U e iu nKtIah, freiuh and
Music ........ 18 uo
(xtra charge for Spanish, German, Italian, Latin,
and other Languages
Dr APPONF will glv e Lectures, and otherwlie
assist, whenever he ean snare time from hU medi
cal profesilon
oo a mh- a SAVvinit principal.
IAINVIEW UOAR0INQ SCHOOL, '
NORRISTOWN, P NNA
IUH
YOUXO JIKXAXD liOYi.
Board and Tuition, $140 per term, of ten munths.
Pupils adinlltednt an) time.
JtefvrettetSt .
Henrv Janne),31N Penusvlvanla avenue
Dr Tjson, Druggist, Ninth and L streets
John Ilauxhurst, lour-and-a-half street, near P
street south
Joshua Newbold, tiuarterinaater's Department,
Alexandria, Mrglnla.
GI-ORGF A NFWBOLD.
no 4 i in Principal.
VANTS.
AV
rANTED. A iare room for atorage, (ground
f floor or basement.) In the vlclnttv of Penn
sylvania avenue, from Fifth to Twelfth streets
Address "Union' at this oltlee. no 12 dtf
BONIS AND CAMP GRKASF WANTtD The
subscribers will par the highest market price
for an) quantity of Bones and tamp Greaie, deliv
ered at their mill, foot of G street
octll eolm MORGAN U RHINtHAHT
WANTKll-t the New ork fmplo)ment
Agency Ottlce, No All Ninth street, near
Penns)lvanU avenue, 1 Wl NT-M L (36) White
and Colored GIRls, with good references, as Cooks,
Chambermaid, Laundroses, Waltresiea, Nurses,
and Seamstresses Alo, vounr Colored Men, to
wait on tables In ITiv atn Families or Hotels Also
wanted, houses immediate!) , with or w Ithout fur
niture i mplo) ers lu w ant of good help, w 111 tlnd
It to their adv antage to call
ma) JS-tf N H MILUR
"Yl'ANTEU. For a gentleman aud his wife, a
M Double Parlor, with firitH.lass furniture aud
board Price not so much a consideration at a nice
place
Ihebesttlt) reference given and required Ad
dnss "Banker," at theClt) rest Offlce
Sai.k of c omi:m.el
IHUILIC 1'UOPKIITV.
Ol 111 r AkSlsrANT QfAHTi-HMAtTEH,
U s armv,
Alexandria, Va , Jlop, 14, ItMW
Ihirewili be ottered for aale at Auction, at this
place on Wedntsda), the 19th Instant, at II o'clock
a ni , a quftntit) of condemned Public Propert),
consisting of
3ia llorsis
16 Mule
Blacksmith's and Carpenter Tool
I- urge
Artiller) liamts
MiovtU and spade
Axe and Hatchi t
Scales, Jcc , b.e
Pa) ment to be made, 1 efore dellv erj t in Tn asurj
notes, and all article minim lit I to It n moved liu
liiidtntel) albr the sale
I he sale will be held oin mil Liuitlnued from
da) to ill j, until all the piouerly Isdlspomd of
C B URIjUsoN,
Cilalu, Asalatant (uaitermalrr,
liu 15 dt 1 V S AMii)
IMt. I.OC KAOOI tiiulluiira the prat-
U t ice of DtiilUtr),ln the Waahlngton Building,
corner Penn) Iv aula avenue and Seventh street
Hav ing j ractictd In the south uearlv sixteen cars,
i neieiia aasure 1 iiihi ut lanvn i inuii iciiou loany
thit iua call
With I u aerie I ou uUaulte, Rulbtr, or Go
Halt Chlornfurm udmlnliti red whin di tired
aug 1 tf
a)UO,llOO Domesiic segar, consitingof Seed and
i vet d aud Hav ana ol the 1 1 it uualit) , put up in
mobi desirable itjbs for sile iu tinuiuall) low
prices at
mi W OSllIHMBROTHMeS
1.U1II IlllNT Drsli able rutulahed ruuius, (with
toird.) pUasantl) bunted In Georgetown, near
thecit) iar iu trmaiunt tinant, terms modi
rate Apil) at 151 Wel street, near High at rod,
G(oi(,ctuwu nov lu tl
ATOW Mill! HMf IO BUY OUR CLOTH-
. J.1 IukuI
I I A B ALL. CO,
No 361 Seventh street,
sep 2-i3m between I Uh.
THD'S TIlKATItK,
Tenth street, neon Pcnna atienut.
Manager and Proprietor . . JOHN T. K0KD
(Also of Holllday Street Theatre, Baltimore )
Stage Manager . . HUMPHREY BLAND
LAST NIGHT BUT FOUR
Of the eminent actor,
Mit. c. w. cotrr.Docic,
And Ms accomplished daughter,
MISt COULDOCK.
Their Joint efforts In the representation of the
finest plajs crowding the Theatre nlghtl) with the
eiueoi inecny.
First appearance of the gifted actress,
MI83 PHILLIPS,
The favorite comedian,
MR. BISHOP,
Alio appearing
A Urrat Hill for To-ulfchtt
The splendid pli),
TIIK AllVOCATK'H I.A8T CAUHK,
ANTOINF DB FRNF.TT
- Mr COULDOCK
- MIssCOULDOCK
MAD LA ROSK - - - -
AU the Star CvtnjMny tn the Cast,
After which, the National Milltar) Drama of
IIOIIKIVSUOK IIOllINHOVi
Or,
Th llattle of King. .Mountain,
Founded noon the Hon Johu P. Kenned t s great
novel It will bogtren with all Its peculiar and
Interesting scenic features! Its mechanical arrange
ments) original music, correct costumes, k.e , and
with a splendid distribution of characters
Mildred - - -
Miss Phillips
- Mr Ball)
Horse Shoe Robinson
This pla) ma) be termed
THF ROMANCK OF THF Hfc OLUTION.
" The Romance of the American Revolution has
It accDC. for the most oart. in the Southt and the
battle of King's Mountain was the most romantic
of all It was the turning point of the war "
iteorye aanerajt, ine wtionnn
'Although the number engaged at King's Moun
tain urre not trrcal. there were maiiv circum
stances of deep Interest lounectid with the battle.
The forced inarch b) night, the gallant resistance
made with the ba)onet tlrst upon one part) then
upon the other, and the immediate capitulation,
make a scene of war, of whUh there are few equals
for stirring Interest tn the history of the war'
lion t-uwara e.vnen
"Thedcettanl srriteful Impression made on the
minds of every one by lhat memorable v Ictor) , was
the jo)ful annunciation of the tide of success,
which terminated the revolutionary war with the
seal of success "Thomas Jejfferson
At this time both Boston and New lork were
held by the British, nnd W ashington was struggling
with tsoerhuman e torts to keen torether hi
starving and despairing armies. His abiding trust
In the cause and in AUnlghtj God, this more than
mortal man almost )Ielded when Gates fled from
Camden and left the whole Vtuth In the hands of
theeneni). Ihe death of De Kalb, the deft it of
iiiniier, anu ineuispersiun ui nismrn,anu inoaeni
Marlon, went, like a wlthrrlug blast, from the
fated Houth Patriots, with paraljted hearts,
thrriv tbemaelvei un the earth, and save their
caiuc Into the hands of God, and a cruel shout of
iriumt n rang irom me Miannan 10 ine m Law
mice Uhen.sud tenlv. like A wild hurricane, at
oue blow, lopped oirthe rlgiit baud of Cornwallls,
drove hlui out of North Carolina, stopped his
iriumpnsni inarm, anu uou a cnampiona snouicu,
Hcioryf LlBEBTV f" Oiation of I tan Jjhn 'in-
ton.
The deep an I subtle pla)
LOUIS I,
lu active preparation
Due notice of the repetition of the
ClllMNM L OHM II
Wlllbegiven bv bills an 1 advt rliiemeut
l'Hltls OF ADMISSION
Dress Circle an I Parnuette. 60 cental Orchealra
Seats, li ceutsttamll) Circle, S3 cents; Colored
Parti rre, CO cents; Private Boxen, $6
Doors ouen at 6V o clocki nerformance commen
ce at Tf o'clock nov 13
MIOtRK'S Tlir.ATIlK,
JVnn'u avenue, uear WUtanh JfoUt,
Llonahu Ghovlh,
Maunger.
THIS ClUrSDWl 1 M-N1NG.
Twentieth apiarauee of the beautiful, at le ) oung
aciresa, ius
LUCILLE WFSTERN,
Appearauieoftheemlnent voung actor,
MR. I- 1 UARHK11,
Last lime osltlv el) of the beautiful dramatlrat Ion
oi inariea uickcii great nov ei,
OblVEH TWINT,
A Storj of si Lomlou Orphan.
Lucille Western - - as - - Nancy S)ke
L. P. Barrett - - -a - - Fagin.ihe Jew
Chas Barron- - -as - - - BillS)kei
L, Barrett - - - as - - - Menks
SophleGlmber - - aa - - Ollverlwlst
Admission 60,23, and 15 cent nov Id
IXOVH WASHINGTON TIIBATIIK,
C'ir. V and Eleventh sts., near JV?i. avenue,
TuMlay Kaeulug, Noaciaher lNh,
ANOTHER SENSATIONAL PIECE!
vecond apjwarauce of
CUOAH
In the romantic drama, in three act, copied from
the original manuscript In the )iosesion of Mad
ame Celeste, and the onl) correction) Inthiseoun
tr), entitled
THF. WIZAltD SKIFF,
OH
The Macre of Nrlu.
CUUABvvill sustain THRIK CHARAtORS
Alexis, )
Ingara, theGlpHC) Bo),I .... Cul as
Agatha, )
Alao execute a
GRFKK DA NCK,
and light
A TJKKIf F1C COMBAT
To U followed, for the eighth time, with the mu-
ncai ourieiciue entitieii
POCAllONTAH,
Whhh ha prut ed a decided success It will be
performed this evening with mail) new, Tumi) a).
lll(.', &.C
Funny Urovvn,
C hamrrMi, A II. Unveiiport.
And the I- utire Dramatic Cumpaii) .
Doors open at 7 to commeme nt T, preclael)
eats ma) be ecuied from lu to 3 oMock, h) ap
pl) ing at the box olllie nuv 111
"VTIXOVH CHUMOHNK
ll OAHOKN C IIU VS.
I'tnnxyhianta attune und Seventh utteet.
Hftli Week of the Ncnimiu.
CONIINUATIUN IIP THE (lOliGKOt R SPECTACIE
r tht
JFUl OF TUF CLOTH OF aojK
Introducing Ihe exciting Games of the louruaiuuit
Hrt h pearauceof the amuaiug Cbiwu,
JIMMV RKNOLDS
i ATON siONFaaClown,lnlberepriHiUtatioiiof
Orliiialill on lluiarlmilt.
Dr JAS 1 IHAiJt, Till COMIC MULi ANU
ALL 1IIF LUVIPM,
lu the jmntomime of
Imvchih1 I'lianloiiis.
l i Jvl nances both Afternoon and ViAf.
nov 11
OAK 1IAI.I OI.O'l'lIlNli ItOOM,
No 461, Seventh slriet, below fr,
llu ubcrlbtr takes irreat uleaaun In hiuihiuu.
lug to his old trleud aud Ciiatomer. that hi has
oiientd anew store at No 401 Seventh strict, near
F, wh die ha a flue, selected stock of Clothing
jw iand Bo)' wear, which the) havejustre
llvid troin the North, and otter lhem lor haIo at
thehmtst Northern price
j imuc-f. k cu ,
sep 2&Zm Clothiers, 461 Sev enth street.
AMUSEMENTS.
CANTimnunY hali
CANTKnilUlTY IIAM,
CANTKItntinV HAM,,
CANTKHBURV IIALt,
CANTKnDtJRY IIALI
LOU I HAN A AVCStir, HLAH SIXTH ST.
The Jbsf Frosperout Place of Amusement In
Washington.
CROWDED HOUSES!
DFLIGHTF.D AUDIENCFSI
Patronlied by the
First Gcntlemeh ihtiicCouhthv I
Noar In the Second Year of our Glorious
Success!
Xo titch Word as " Fail, vtth tf.
THE LARGFST, MOST TALFNTFD COMPANV
IN AMERICA,
Ho
STAR PERFORMERS APPEAR EVERY htQUTt
A XEWBILL TO-XIOHTl
T, A S T WKKK
of the beautiful
JULIA MOUTlMKIt,
nnd the charming
1CATI1 PKNNOYKIt.
Tills la positively the LAST Wl LK ofthe
OTP8Y'H la r.
CONTINUED SUCCESS
or the
SCOTTISH NIGHTINOALF,
BUSH AGNEH H UTHKIILAND,
TIIK COtlltT OK BEAUTY.
fll'llc Mxctla, .Tenule Allen,
Llllle Umuilou, Till) Forbes,
Alia feitule and Ella,
IN M.W DANCrS.
Second week of
OFOItOF It. EDFSOX,
Comic Vocalist and Comedian.
BOB HART
and
LEW'. SIMMONS
In Two New Negro Acts
Willi Armstrong, Willie Einersou,
Master Johnny,
IN REW ACTS.
A Ni:V IIALL.ET,
PrtKluced under the direction uf
M O X S . SZOLI.OH V.
TO-NICIHI,
TIIK HAl'NTKll CllANUF.lt.
.1 FULL BKXD OF MIXSTIiFL.
The performance to conclude with the laughable
firce cut it lei I
TIIK HECRET.
In which
tno Edison - -as Thorns.
Supjiorted b)
A SPLl NDID FARCK COMPAN1
IMors open at $ erformivnce,'Ji o'clock.
Admission, 23 ceutst Orchestra Chairs, 60 cents.
Monday, November '44th,
rlrst appearance of
M'l.I.K ANNRTTA QALL1TTA,
The Best Frinch and Spanish Ikmvttse lu t'n
World '
ALSO,
MOSS. K. VAI.AIIDK,
Thn 21et Male Dancer in America
nov 11 ,
LOOK OU1
LOOK OUT
LOOK OUT
ion THE
OPlN!M OPINING
UI'fMM. Ol'FMNc.
OPENING OPFNING
Ol THE NEW
Ol THE NLW
or THE NEW
WASHINGTON VARUTIFS
WASHINGTON VARlrTltS
WASHINGTON AHIITI1S
WASHINGTON ARIMI1S
A. M. HERNANDEZ
A. M. HERNANDEZ
A. M. HERNANDEZ
IS HFR1 I IS II HI F I IS HI III
CI U 1SIAMAPA11MAMPANTIUSOPTIM1S
I tOMINCl I
C H IMAMAPATIMAMPANTIUsOPTIMI
IS COMING I
IS lOMINUl
And vJim onliundmale a uvteofit,
VUh SUN alllNIS FOR ALL!
no ia-tr
TUOIONAL,M FOR MA HULK TILK.
Thlasltr Fxtension, Nov. 13, lHQi
1'KOl'OSALS WILL UK HCMVD at the iiu
reau of Construction. Ireasurv Lknartment. until
December 1st, 1HC2, at Urn . for furnishtnfr and Isj
Ins; Marble Tile for the Halls and Corrldois of the
west section of the 1 reasury I xtenslon
Said rile Is to tie of the Vst qualitv of Italian
white velu marble aud tho best quail t) of clear
black marble ot equal hardness as Ihe Italian, and
lu such proportions of each as may be required, to
be not less than one Inch thick on the edge, all
sawed and worked square, and well laid In cement
ur Plaster, aa shall be most satisfactory and with
a border of white marble, not less than one foot
wide, laid at the base throughout. The size of tile
may be from li to 16 Inches square, of uniform size
In each story The amount required will be about
24,ouo superficial feet when laid.
Sample to be furnished by each bidder, showing
the quality he proposes to furnish, and proposals to
state price per superficial foot when laid j alo to
name price per square toot separate for the black
and white marble tllest the quantity of each kind
and form of laying them to be decided hereafter.
I liu worn oi miiug me ine iu uvuuueirum umr iu
time aa tho halls are made read) to receive It.
Ihe liureauwlll reserve the ilsht to reject anv
or all the bids. If In Its opinion It be not for the In
terest oi me uov ernmene io accept inem
ISAIAH ROCI RS,
i nglueer lu charge Treasury Department,
no 10 lot
rpiIIH IN TO GIVE NOTICE, That Ihe
X subscriber hath obtained from the Orphans
Court of Washington eount) , In the District of Co
lumbia, letters of administration on the personal
estate of Noah Drummoud, late of Washington
count) , deceased All persons hav Ingclalma agaluat
the said deceased are hereb) warned to exhibit the
same, with the- voucher thereof, to Ihe subscriber,
on or Wrote the fifteenth da) of November uextj
ine) ma) omerwise uy iaw i exciuueu irom an
bene lit of the said eatatt.
Given under mv hand thl tlfttenth da) of No
vember, A D Itfe.' JOHN S DKUMMOND,
AduiluUlrator.
1 rlnce Gi urge count), Aid
Claims ansliut the slate mav be left at the utile
of l.emu 1 J Mlddletou, 1- q , corner of 1 welfth and
f sireeis uov li lawjw
W. OOODAL1.,
PLUM BFR,
cV.tA AX It STFAM F I T T ' It,
Md Stuenth ftrttt, near Canal Ilihhje,
WASHINGTON
All ordir executed at tin abort rat nullce. la the
moHt sulstantlril manner, and on reasonable term
lersonal attention git eu lo ever) department of
Ihe luislut hh nov .'fl
1 O 11 H A l K.-1 he SI OC h. I-1 VI U Rl S and
1 GOOU UlLLofallratUuM Uliolfal Liuuor
and Sutler Istabiishmenti has been doing a Hue bit
siuefur two tari located lu the central pirt ol
iiuii aveuufi win uuu maite- a ursi-tiai reaiau
runt lor full particular appl) to the Agciu) Of
lice, 61 1 Nlulh bin it, in fir I it avtuue
N II MlLLtR
Alao.CH) Proieil) mid lloue for salt
no IS If
'I'KAMS AVANTKUI
X TKAMN WANTEUII
A goud prlcu iv IU I e. pahl lor draw ing wood from
a oiut at out three milt a uuth of the iusaue Asj
luiii. to Ihe PuloniHu oiuioilti) Alexandria. Dis
tance, Iwoiulha, our nikrst rate level rotd
earl inn le worketl tu auvantae
Appl) atoUcC.at 471 loiuteilith allifl Olipuailv
WllWdY Hotel noli 4
i lOMl ONL, COM! ALI, IUL A UFALLfclU,
to gt t ) our C lothlng, Furnishing Good, 1 runks,
liata, ami Lap,
No Sot seventh street,
aeJo im between I U h
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