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After to-night, bat two more nights,"! shall
m deprived ofthe pleasure of seel rig Miss Western
perform to thli city. By unlrerial desire, the at
pears to-night la the great emotional, donesUa
Ave act play of ."East Lynne. or the Flopement."'
The eminent vouu Actor, Air, L. P. Barrett, alsd
appears In this piece, and for the only time thli
week, a Kir Fraud Lerlson, a character wtileh,
b al admirable acting, he may bo aald to hare
crested. M1m Kate Denln appeara at Barbara
Hare. In the double character of Lady Isabel and
Mad. Tine, we lunch doubt whether there la any ac
tress iiowoa the boards whocanequal'MJts Lucille.
She hae made It a deep and unt trior atudy, and the
popularity or the play hat established the fact that
now, In modern timet, plart are written of a public
Interest equal Hot; those of years, or even centuries
ago. "The enthusiasm which hat attended "East
Lynne'' tt remarkable Indeed, and we may expect
to tee to-night a house crowded in every part with
one of thoseextremely fashionable audiences that
characterise Manager Graver's establishment.
On to-morrow evening. Mist Western appears In
two selected characters, It being the occasion of a
complimentary farewell benefit tendered her.
Fono'a Ofmatic Timm. MUt Caroline Rich
Inge' singing It to the opera what Mr. Kdwln For
rest'a acting it to the drama, and our graceful and
skillful priwta donna, with all the native modesty
that alwaya goes hand la hand with real genius, Is
now rapidly on her way to fame and fortune for
alt are loud la her praise. Mist Rlchlngt Is a
young lady whose devotion to her profession de
serves to reap a rich reward. To-night, Miss Car
oline again appeara at the Enchantress. To-mor-tow
night, aha repeate the same character for her
benefit and fur the credit or our city (as the second
greatest theatrical city In America at the present
lime ) Let Miss Caroline Rlchlngt' benefit be In
everyway worthy of our own and only really ex
cellent American prima donna.
NlKOa'aCnuDa.-Su rreat has been the success
of the double troupe, that Mr. Nixon haa deter-
hiidcu o remain mree more uayi ana nigmt in
Washlnvtnn nrirlnus In hla InftiitniraHnsr his.
hippo-dram at to temple In Alexandria. The four
lady rldert,the three clowns, the sixty artistes, the
fine spectacles and the tantomlmea anoear to r rati
fy the people. It It tftr. Nixon's Intention to re
open the Cremorne, In a thort time, with an enter-
lainmeni 01 a uecioeuiy attractive cnaracter
CAHTEaairnv. Last night, another large audl-
rnccgrrnru ms woriu-rrnownra unseute nenorua
Oallettt, who appeared, with the wonderful Mont.
Velarde and the graceful Kate Fennoyer, In the
matnlfleent dance, the "Carnival of Venice.1' The
popular managera need fear no opposition to long
at such high and extraordinary talent ts displayed.
m iiur uii wonimer increases nignny in popu
lar favor, and well merits the eimlause which fol
lows her beautiful ballads. In fact, every member
of the Canterbury company It an artiste of superior
talent, and a rich treat la In store for those who
vim mere to-night.
Washington Vametils. This new and beautL-
lul establishment opened last night to a crowded
audience, and the whole Derformance was received
with the greatest enthusiastic manifestations of
oeugni ana approDatioa. Tne great iHernanaei
was Immense In all hit aetsi his rultar solo brought
the house down, and in the French Dancing Mus
ter, caused shouts of laughter. The beautiful Mlsa
Fltiwllllama made a great hit. She la a splendid
singer. Dick Sandt received thundera of applause
In hit celebrated clog dance. The dancing of Mist
Julia Lehman and Mlsa Whelpley were all that
tould be wished, and the ladles also were received
with marked favor and applause. In a word, the
ballet It a great card The negro performers, Ber
ger, Allen, and Landls, are excellent, and the suc
cess of the Varieties la a success without a doubt.
Me had almost forgot the Moreste Brothers,
who are wonders In their line of business The
tame progamme It repeated to-night
The So i die as Lisrart. Among all the be
ne olent institutions for the benefit of the sick
and wounded soldiers, we know of none which
(Ot testes more Interest than the soldiers' library,
which hat been so promptly Instituted by the be
nevolence and patriotism of a few Individuals un
der the auspices of John A. Fowle, Fsq , of the
Navy Department. That true soldier's friend, the
riatriotlo Miss Burasey, Is the librarian. It Is truly
ntercstlng to visit the library between the hours
of 1 and 4 p. m , when the books are being dellv
ered and exchanged. Crowds or soldiers are con
stantly thronging the room, on Fifth street, be
tween F and Q streets. Our literary readers would
be astonished to hear the titles of the volumes
called for a convincing proof of the unusual In
telligence of the men composing the Union army.
The great poets are In constant demand. History,
tr els and essays are la demand. One man wants
a Greek Testament, another converses fluently In
three or four different languages, and a third calls
for the drst-clais novels. The Bibles and hymn
books are often In demand, and are presented gra
tuitous! . A store of other articles are kept here
for distribution, Including crutches and canes manu
factured at the navy yard, by order of Secretary
ellet. 1 here are now about 2,000 olumea In the
llbrar) , which number Is rapidly Increasing, from
frequent donations by benevolent Individuals In
the North. Doubtless a prominent Institution will
be the reiuft pf this humble beginning
Visit or the Congressional Committee to
THE ALEXANDRIA CONVALESCENT CAMP. Meiirt.
Corodeand Gooch,of the House Committee on the
Conduct of the War, taking advantage of the early
adjournment of that body jetterday. In the after,
noon paid a 11) log visit to the convalescent camp
at Alexandria, for the purpose of enquiring into
Itt condition and management, at report were
Among other things they found that there had
been rreat neclect In sec urine discharges fur those
who It was evident could never again do at for ser
vice. The committee will take immediate steps to-
waru csiauusiung ) urm wnicn win remeay xnit
unnecessary and unlustdelav in the future. Thr
also had cause to complain of the limited supply of
iuci, vy wnicn me counmun oi me paiienis w as at
times rendered . ery un jmfortable. They all seem
ed, howet er. to be well supplied with provisions.
The committee comnlaln of no dereliction of dim-
on the part of Mr. Belknap, the officer In charge,
but attribute the Inconveniences and delaj s to clr
oumatancea which are bejond his control.
Fifteen thousand patients are said to be at pres
ent In this camp, two thousand and seventeen be
ing irom renns)ivama
Potuc Matters. John Ljduian, assault and
battery security for court by Justice Drur).
John Reumer, drunkenness; tlned $i by Justice
men ixwenjn, uruoK anu disorderly) tinea ij
by Justice Drurv . -
Fvellne West, using threats; committed to jail
by Justice Drur).
Thomas Madden, drunk and disorder!) j lined $3
by Justice Drur).
A. Wallace, assault; held for a further hearing by
Justice Uaj ton.
Edward Hamilton, larceny; Jail for court by Jus
Jas. J I. House, assault; held for a hearing by Jus
K. F. Ogleby, drunk and disorderly; lined 41 by
Justice Walter. '
A. Hutchinson, attempt to Shoot with a pistol;
fined 10 by Justice Walter.
Thomas Kell), fighting; tinea $3 bj Justice Wal
ter. Daniel Coughlln, drunk and disorder 1) ; lined
a)2 94 by Justice stratton.
John Tearce and Daniel Nolan, fighting; fined
as M bv Justice Stratton.
John Thompson, larceny; held for a further hear
ing ii)' justice airauuu.
Inhuman Treatment pa Dead Bod. Re
cently, the rather or one or our brave oiunteers,
who died in a hospital In this city, came here for
the purpose of ha ing the body disinterred and ta
bon tn nls home. When the bolv waa taken un.
the grlef-strlcken father h at present to Identify the
both'. What waa his horror and aeonv. on remov
ing the coffin ltd, to nnd that the body of hit dar
ling boy had been horribly mutilated bj the tur
feons I Iho legs and arms were severed from the
runk. the kneejolntt separated, and other dissec
tions nan Deen maae. v
We learn that the father made complaint to the
Surreon General, who uromiied to have the mat
ter Investigated, For thlt reason we forbear gh log
the names of the hospital and the surgeons who
are responsible for such, outrageous treatment of a
ueaa pairiurs remains.
Cheiapeakl anu Ohio Canal. A large amount
01 ioai is now arm ing in ueorgeiown, irom Cum
berland, aa will be seen bv the following- arrivals
vvegi.einenameoi ine noai, ine consignee ana
the amount of coal on eachi
D. Cromwell, American Co , no tons.
1710, c. :. Detmold, 111 tons
M. it C. Bradley, Frostburg tt Co . 118 tons.
Jamee Crawford, Borden Co , 103 tons
W. J. fc O B Neal. Borden Co , 101 tons
Major Robinson, Borden Co, luatons.
Carrie Belle, American Co , 116 tons.
John S. Dutrow, captain, 110 tons.
Several boat loads of wood and corn arrived j et'
terday, from points betueen Cumberland nnd
The Nioiit Patrol, under Lieut. Franklin,
closed the liquor and grocery store of M. Conner,
on Twenty-fourth street, between H and I, last
The guard then went to the house of Mrs. Davis,
on L street, and arrested Mrs. Davit and three other
Inmates of the house, and confined them In the
Central guard-house. Yesterday morning the par
ties w ere brought up before Justice Walter, and
held for trial this morning The guard left In the
house an old woman and nine children
The SiattT Cabi In consequence of the addl
tlon of a large number of new can, with horses i
unaccustomed to the business, there wat some lit I
tie confusion and delay caused on the At enue 3 ej
terday. These evils will soon bo remedied, how
Criminal Court Beart Judge Metrtck. yestev
Jay Samuel Burvb, charged with selling ud whole
some food to Hobert Beale, acquitted. Mr Norrls
Thomas Dull, charted with assault and battery
upon James W MurpIii,lound guilty j need l,and
costs. Mr. Wharton for defence
SEVENTH WAIIP STATION CASES tiefort JtUtict
Stratton yesterday John C Burnet, disorderly) fined
John Philips, disorderly ( fined tl U.
Moses Turner, disorderly) fined $.M.
Deaths or flouJtRa. The following hare been
reported since our Us t Issue t
Manning r. Waldron, company 0,71th Me.
Walter Totter. comDanr C, oth Pa.i Mt. Pleat-
ant hospital. ,
' Jamea West, company A, Wth N. J. Patent Office
William Burler tompany u. 120th n. V.t Hare-
wootfhospltal, . i
jamea Matoner, a rnt eav.i Armory hospital.
waiter g. Wrlxht, 224 N. V. art. f Tat en t Office
Hearr Burgeti company E. 117th Pat Patent Of
fice hospital. r "l
David B. Stephens, company 1, 34th Mich 1 Emo
ry hospital r-
Sergt. John Thompson, td U. S. art ( moryhos-
iimuinjr wiuronrf.wmpiny u, ioin mt I isianq
Hall hospital '
Jacob B. Mnnohester.corananrl.tth R. 1 1 Armo
aeon nutsei, company v. 1st n. i.an.i irinny
O. S. Klklns. eomniBV P. 41 N. If.i Dour) as hos
snerman noyi, company u, nin n. i. union
Hugh H. Mason, company O, 15th N. J.; Carver
namuei e, auiis, company r, mn mien.; nrrer '
Robt. Bennett, company H, 1st N. Y. Mt. Pleat
M J. McGraw.company H,9thN. H.j Georgetown
ben Bean, company A, 9th N. H Armory hos
MEETittoorTHE Residents op Miciiioam. At
a meeting of the cltitensof Michigan, residing In
thlt city, convened at the office of H L. St event,
Esq , on ihe evening of December 1, 1S99, It was re
toHed to organize a permanent society of Michi
gan residents, to be called the Michigan Society
of the District of Columbia." Whereupon the
Hon.JameeM. Edmunds was elected President; C.
O. Thompson, Eeq , Ice President; M. . N How
ell, Treasurer, and C Clark, Isq , Secretary, for
one year. ,
On motion, tt waa resolved that this society cele
brate the aaniversary of the Michigan Soldiers'
Relief Association by a dinner, and that the tickets
for the tame be told at double the cost of the din
ner, and that the turplut receipt be paid Into the
treasury of the association.
The following gentlemen, tin Messrs. Alvord.
Gray, Moses, Slmondt and Pierce, were appointed
a committee of arrangements; and Messrs. Atlee.
Howell. Green. Clark. Hon. Z. Chandler. F. W.
Kellogg and the President of the society, a commit
ice on inruauoiis.
Resolved, that theae proceedings be communi
cated to the press, for publication.
J, M. hDMUNDS, President.
C. Clark, Secretary.
IVathington, P. U, December 1, 1863.
Funeral op John Leach, Jr The funeral of
omcer Leach took place yesterday from tne First
about 12 o'clock. The Mayor, members of the
uiy iioternmeni,BuperiDicnucni w cod, ana mem-
ucrstJiiae pgiice loroe, ueisuru lor inv purpusv.
assembled at the Cltv Hall about 11 o'clock, and
from thence In a body, under the marshalshlp of
, Sergeant Cranio, assisted by 8. K Arnold, proceed
ed 10 me residence 01 aeceaseu. ine procession
wat then formed and the corpse conveyed by way
of Massachusetts avenue to seventh street, down
Seventh to Pennsrlranla avenue, un Pennsvlranla
avenue to lour-and-a-half ttrcet, and thence to the
church. The services wat conducted by the Rev.
Dr. Ryan, of the Methodist Episcopal Church. He
delivered a fervent and Impressive discourse, pa)
Ing a high tribute to the merits of deceased. The
procession wat again formed and moied along
iour-anu-Bnaii siren 10 Louisiana avenue, u
iMuiiiius nituut iw ivuiwi sircci.KUki uut iuuiiu
by way of few ork avenue, to Glenwood Ceme-
' ' I I T
Pickpockets Arrested Two men. who eare
their names as John Jones and John Smith, were
arrested yesterday, tf Officer Lynch, 01 tne Fourth
ward, assisted bv Constable Hurdle, on the charge
ofpicklngthe pocket of John R Gllnn, contain
ing $30 In Treasury notes. Immediately upon their
being arretted they were searched and the money
found upon them. They were taken to the station
house, where an examination was held before Jut-
tli lt.'1tA urVin AAmtnlfrAtft than 41 I All 9 UAiirt
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Meeting or Chaplains. The -measures of the
GoTCrnment. in conjunction with the armr than-
lalnt and surgeons for securing the better burial of
aeceaseu volunteers, were reponeu on lavora
bly at the chaplains' meeting yesterday. It Is pro-
poseu xo mane inis association permanent one,
during me war.
Generous Opper op Little, the Murderer
op Leach. It it tald that John Little, who recent
Iv killed Officer beach, haa exnreased his Intention
of bestowing the greater portion of the fortune
shortly coming to htm upon the widow of the de
ceased. Sitx Soldiers Thlt morning, at 9 o'clock, 800
tick soldiers, from the different hospitals In Alex
andria, and soo from Fairfax seminary, will netent
to New lork by transport.
Attention, ArrLicTEPl Dr. Vellny la yet
engaged in an extensive practice hi this city,
and we would caH tho attention of the poor,
puny, emaciated victims of their own alna to
tho beat sources of remedy. First, five up your
present course of 11 feat once and forever and
secondly, call on tho mot skilful physicians,
(and none are better than Dr. Vclloy,) and be
cured of tho disease which la now undermin
ing your constitutions and sending j ou to a pre
Banking IUte. T1q following arc the rates
at which banker and brokers are buying and
selling gold and silver the legal tender notes
being the standard i
Gold - - - 38 ptr c. prenu 31 per c. prem.
Silver - - - 20 " S3 "
Demand notes 23 " Hi "
Banks of Issue In Washington and George
Bank of Metropolis.
Bank of Washington.
Fanners and M ecu's
Bank of Commerce.
Farm's tt Morch'a B'nk
Trs Bullion Bank redeems Its notes In U.
S. Treasury notes, Mhcn any amount from ono.
dollar upwards Is presented.
Wounded anii Disabled Soldiers Chii hate
their " beceuary rapert made out for application
of ' Invalid Penttoni," Immediately upon procuring
their vtK&argttn by application to reck, Uardner,
V Zultck, No. man beienth street, between Dand K
atreets, near General Post Offlce. No charge until
pension It procured. no 2 tin"
Goto Wiiitehuhst. 431 IVnnsjhanla avenue,
to obtain superior Likenesses at reduced prices
Fine Card Vlgnetts, formerly told at (5 per dozeo,
now telling at tit half dozens, same rate Colored
Imperials reduced from $30 to $20 selling whole
tlie colored at only iO. I will excel in l Colored
Carte de VUUet," havlnr secured the ten ices of a
superior artist for that branch of business. Like
nesses ofmany of those fallen in battle can be ob-
laineu ncre aiso cam pnoiograpns oi prominent
men, both civil and mllltar) . nov Si 1m
Desirable Imha Rubber Goods Mr. II. A.
Hall has just received a lot of O Ulcers' Long and
Light dull finished Coats, alio, dull finished Pon
chos, extra large tlzest also, a lot of blue Lngllsh
Talmas, verv Ions:, at HtO eaLht which he It selling1
at manufacturers' prices, at hit India Rubber Ware-
House, aio rennsynania atenue, between ninin
uu icniu Bireeis, uccci h
A Word op Adwce. Those who hae been
doctoring for weeks and months without obtaining
relief, should consult Dr. Flshblatt. whose otlice is
at no. 1 K ttreet, corner or hightii street, ami b
radically cured. Twenty-ll e j ears experience ha
established Dr. Flshblatt't reiutattou as anhisl
clan. Recent cases cured In a few das Charges
moderate uu ri5iiut.i i,
No 421 K street, corner of tlghtli,
Opposite the General Post Oltloe,
India Rubber Goods The nlace to bu our
RUBBLR COATS, LEGGINS, C MP BLANKETS,
HAVKLOCK8,HAVFRSACKS,and everj article
made from INDIA RUBBER, U at H A HALL'S
India Rubber Warehouse, where you can obtain
them at manufacturers prices, 310 Pennijlvanla
a enue, ttween Ninth aud Tenth streets, ou S3
Ladies, Men's, ouths, Misses and Children's
Rubber Boots, shoes, Sandal and Gaiters, Ladles'
and Gents' Buckle Otershoe,wlti felt lining and
top) Men's Short, Knee and Hip Boots At Allen,
CUpp & Co 'a India Rubber Store, Pcnn avenue,
between 10th and 11th its nov J4 lm
India Kubbeb Boots and Siiors The aboie
article! are sold cheaper at 11 A HALL'S India
Rubber Warehouse, 310 Penni)h anla a enue, than
at any other ttore In thli city or uclnity, Thtifi
to. Call and tatlif) youneh es, 3iu Peunij h anta
at enue no 2 tf
Oeorgetowu Marine List,
ARHHEO AND IN POBT
Schr Mott.Iledell, Aider, from New ork
schr Ann D . Wlcka, from New ork
Schr John Warren, laden with barlei . Irom New
Steamer F Chamberlain, Brought on, Phil's
Steamer II J Devinncj , Brlitow, Philadelphia
Schr Palestine, Camburn, loading with coal for
Schr. James House, Spragg, loading with coal for
Steamer II J Devlnnei, Brlitow, mJe , PhiPa
Schr. Village Queen, Hawkins, coal, Providence
Schr. Mary Mankln, Brim, coal, Boston
Schr, Sarah U Julia, Gllfej , coal, New ork.
SMITH & IIEALL, No. 361 SEVENTH
Street, between I and K streets, Is the Cheapest
Clothing House In town. Try them,
nor 31 dtjsnt
MARniEDM ,3 nrj'l .
On Wednesday afternoon, by the Rev John C
Smith, Mr. oIIall Briohtwell, to Mir-a IIlttii
M , daughter of Francis V, Naylor. Fjq , all of the
District or Columbia.
In thlt city, on the sd lntt.. Horatio N. teele.
The funeral ceremonlea will take place to-day,
(Thursday,) at the Masonic Hall, corner of D and
Ninth streets, at 9 o'clock p. m. The friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend.
On the 3d instant, at half-patt ten oMock, Dr.
Daniel, (colored,) aged W years.
Hit friends and relations are requested to attend
hla funeral thlt afternoon, at 4 o'clock, from hit
late residence on Third street.
In thlt clty.on the 3d Instant, Frances J , eldest
daughter ofEdward C. Younger, in the llth year of
Her funeral will take place from the residence of
her father, 403 Heventh street, between 11 audi
atreets, to-day (Thursday,) at 3 p. m. The relatives
and friends of the family are requested to attend
without further notice.
EY OnKENA WIE.T.1AMH, Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALK OF HORSFS, WAGONS,
carnages, carta, Harness, Farming Utensils, Hat,
wm, ivi vu niuiiuAii 1110 oin in si , ni 11
o'clock a. m , we shall sell at the garden farm of
iu. unto, uaaevenwi street roau, near ine nrsi
Toll Gate,about two mllet from the Centre Market,
(the Aag will designate the place on the road atde,f
Four excellent Work Horses tone Two-Horse
Road Wacon and Harness 1 two excellent Sorlnr
Market Warnna 1 nnm F mil if rntnvtat ParrlarA i
one Double sett or Carriage Harness two Horse
vnris, (ibf .uimrs( nncai tan, riougns, narrows,
Spades, Hoes, Forks and Shovels. About three
font of Hay and Oatt In the Straw, to. And many
other articles too numerous to enumerate, used for
GREF.N k WILLIAM,
dee 4 d Star Auctioneers.
BV J. C. MeGtrillK Jfc CO., Auctioneers.
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHLN FURNITURE
AT Fuauo SALE On FRIDAY MORNING, De
cember 6th, commencing at 10o'clock,wftshall tell,
n. i.v. iu iiiuii t, aum m rnur, irvtwveii iiinili
and Tenth, un ttaln. a small lot of Household nir-
manogany jiaiicioin BOia
do do Arm and Side Chair
Mahogany Marble-top Centre and Side Tables
Two OUt-frame French Plate Pier Glasses
Marble Table and Drackctt
Mahogany Old-fashioned Rook Case
Mahogan) Plush-covered Dentist Chair
Mahogany Marble-top Washstand, Wardrobe
Mahogany Bedstead, Bureaus
Cottage liedstead, Bureaus, Washstand
Cane-eat Chamber Chain
Mattresses. Feather Reds, Bolsters, an J Pillows
Carpets, Oilcloth, and Matting
China, Glass, and Crockery Ware
Table Cutlery and Linen
Parlor and Chamber Stoi et
Cook Stot e and Kitchen Furniture, fee, Lc.
de S-dts J. C. McGUIREfc CO., Aucts.
BV OI1KKN Jfc AVlLLtAMH, Auctioneers.
ADMIMSTRATRIX SALL OF HOUSEHOLD
tCRMTUKL, BLACKSMITH 4 WHEELWRIGHT
TOOLS At Auction On FRIDAY, the 6th instant,
at 10 o'clock, a m , we shall sell, on C street, be
tween leventh and Twelfth streets south, at the
late residence of Nicholas Snyder, deceased, by or
der of the Orphans' Court, all the persoaal eflecta,
Sofas, Chairs. Tablet, Lounges, Bedsteads, Ward
robes and Washstands, Feather Beds, Pillows and
Bolsters, Blankets, sheets, Comforts, and Pinow
Cases, Cook, Air-tight, and other Stoves, China,
Glass, and Crockery Ware
Immediately after the tale of the furniture we
shall sell, at the corner of Fleventh and B ttreett,
all or the Wheelwright aai Blacktmith Toctt belong
ing to the deceased
By order or the Administratrix.
do 3 Auctioneers.
Y W. V. WALL &, CO., Auctioneer..
10VRSIEST SALE OP COSDEUSED HORSES
AND MVLESWUl b. .old At public auction.
Corral, near the Naval Obierratorr, WaihlDfton
D. C ,on MONDAY, 8th December, 1862, commenc
ing at 10 o'clock, a number of
HORSES AND MULES,
Condemned ai unflt for the public .en Ice.
Term. Caih In Government fundi
J. J. DANA,
Capt. A U. M , U. 8. A.
W L. WALL a. CO ,
de 1 Star Auctioneer..
U'KAMH WANTEDS TRAMR WANTEUtt
A. lonaui woods distance or two muet oier a
first rate descend In ir road to the ferrv landing, op
posite Alexandria. Apply at once at 471 Four
teenth street, opposite Ulllardt. Thoe hating
teamt for tale apiih at the tame place
ROOM WANTED WITHOUT UOAHD.
A private family hat Ing an unoccupied pleas-
am ruuni) mm tviiitug iu rrui it hi n iuw jirictt i
gentleman of satisfactory references, may tlndan
occupant bj addressing s 1., at Rcpvbi icon office,
with location, Inc. dec 4 3t
WANTED TO HKNT R IM.RCIIAnR
A MKDIUM SIZK DWLLLINO HOUSF,
with late Improvements, convenient to my store.
JFSiF B. WILSON,
Orocer, No 3-.7 Pennsjltaula a ,
de 3-,llw bet. bth and 7th its , south side,
1AAMIL.V HUltfiE AVANTEn-AU.it lit
X? or 15 hands high) must be free from tricks;
suitable for children to ride and drlt e. Also, Har
ness, c. Auuress, siaung age, price, etc., to Ctsit,
Box BIS'i Pott ORlcc decs St
T1TANTED A aiuall Furnithpil llmiac. itiiatl
on north shift of Pennsylvania atenue, te-
mtru rum nuu niniiii SirifIS, AllilrCSS, W1IU
luvnuuii, -si in," vii) PUSl UlltCf,
TTOU8E WANTKUA commodious house,
jljl. vriurnii) luimru, wuu nr Wllltoui lliruiiure.
Aadress Box ai),, Post Ortlte,
nov ad tf
"I"ANTKI). Kl. Iluniliril Laborer., to
11 worlt in tlie coimnli.nry Departtnent All
ply to Cflpt. oh., C, s , at tlie foot nl O .treet.
a. unit un, loi ami u N
no -jo lut
WANTK1). At the New orlt Emploj raent
ARency OUIcc, No 611 Ninth .Ireet, nfar
rcnn.naninnteiiue, IW1.1T1-MU;JD wnile
and Colored IIIKLS, with good reference., a. Cooka,
Chambermaid., Launure.se, Waitresses, Nur.e.,
and Seamstres.es Also, oung Lolorttt Men, to
wait on tables In Prh ato Families or Hotels. Also
wanted, houses Immediately with or without fur
niture, i mploj era In want ofgood help, will tlnd
It to their adi antage to call
may!3-tr N II MILLHt.
"WfANTKIl. IomcralU'inaii and Ills wife, a
TT Double Parlor, with llr.tlass funitlure and
board Price not so much n conslderntluu at a met
The best city reference gl en and required Ad.
dress "Banker," at tlie I It) Post OHIce.
FOK SALE OR KENT.
IM)H HKNT llandsomel) furnlihed apart
; ments, suitable for mem ten of Congress, No
401 Ninth street, between E and P streets, near the
Patent Offlce. dec 4 iw
1?OIl 8AM3-TUB Lt'ASE, FIXTURES, AbD
: UOOD WlLLott, flrblilass Wholesale Liquor
and Sutler Fitabllihment) has been doing a tine
business for two j ears; located in the central part
of Pennsjliftnla Aenuet u 111 alio mike a first
clan reitaurant For full pariUuUrs apply at the
Agency O nice, 611 Ninth street, near Pcnnsjlianta
nveuuv. a 11 ;ui,m h
Alio, Citj Proper t and IIoubcj for Bale
no t tf
T?OIl RENT AND HALB-Thc Furniture uf a
a. nrst-ciais itoarning uouse, with Fourteen
Hoomi, In tho erv best of nelirhborhoodd. now ha
Ing from fourteen to sixteen boarders .satisfacto
ry reason gien ior veiling tor particulars appli
attheAgencj Oitlce, fill Ninth street, near lino.
rOR BALE. One thousand set ofgood second
hand harness One, two and four horse harness
Two hundred second-hand RIc delta n saddl.a . n
Enquire of II. S Johnston, No 373 Pennsjhanfa
at enue, between Four-onJ a-half and sixth streets,
U)iiuatr iiir nnuuuni iiuiri
ue 1 Ji-eou
T" OOM3 TO LI T Tour Furnished Ron mi. with
AX or without Board, ithin (ito minutes' walk
of Penmyhanli avenue
Inquire at No -40T
00 jo tr
I DST-SJJ REWARD. On Tucijai. Dec
-lj lst.hetweenthehoursoftandsp m ,ar0CK-
KT.Ilookcoutalnlngaiumof inone , supposed to
h0anla0en5et0omi ShlTaVti "'
'ii.! ?Venue. t0 Whicentii and u streets
lul tL DreiiSti it the S2l of ti.7 uShlnff
House P P Y rrhrnni Sfi00
riousc Chron de 3-
GRAPKui riiiAiT'u i iiiiippat
Atn.Hi 0KAPI1.M I UUAi'ii.H.
,ww I'uiiuui cnoice UJ.1HC1 uiiirti, irom
Kelle) 's Island, this dij iceeh eJ by
J II CRANK
71 Louisiana a enue,
First door cast of Sei enth tt
dec 3 iw
pOMEONE,COMFALL,TOL. A BEALLfltCO
u "e rJ?u Clothing, Furnishing Goodi,Trunks,
...... u4 w,,,,
, No. 3C1 Seventh street.
so 2o-3m between I k K.
PROPOSAL FOttUlDlAM GOOD!.
DLrARTMEMTOr TlltJ IltTTRIOR,
orrux Irdiam ArrAtRi,
Soveinber 17, 1B63.
SEALED PKOPOiAU, endorsed "PropUals for
Indian Ooodt," (Claaa 1, 2, t, or , at the case may
be,) to he delivered In the city of New York, will be
received at the Office of Indian Affairs until twelve
o'clock M.f on Wednesday, the 1 0th day of Decera
r next, for furnishing the following named
Clam No. I.
Mackinac BtonMi, OcAt, anil Dry Qoodt.
1,000 pairs 1 point white Mackinac blankets, to
n.easure60byT3lnehee, and weigh 8 pounds
1,000 pairs 2K point white Mackinac blankets, to
r measure M by 66 lnehet, and weigh fponndt
300 palrt 9 potnt white Mackinac blankets, to
measure 43 by 66 Inches, and weigh 0
a) pairs X point white Macklnio blankets, to
measure M by 60 Inches, and weigh X
loo palrt l p6lnt white Mackinac blankets, to
measure W by 46 Inches, and weigh t)4
1, SOO pairs a point scarlet Mackinac blankets, to
measure 60 by 73 Inches, and weigh 8 pounds
700 palra SU point scarlet Mackinac blankets, to
measure 64 by 66 Inches, and weigh 6 pounds
too pairs S point scarlet Macklnao blankets, to
measure 41 by 66 Inches, and weigh 6"
Iiw pairs 1 point scarlet Mackinac blankets, to
. measure S3 by 46 inches, and weigh Sll
100 palrt S point green Macklnao blanket!, to
measure 60 by 71 lnehet, and weigh 8 poundt
too palrt 3i point green Macklnao blankets, to
measure 64 by 66 Inches, and weigh 6 poundt
1.000 oalrs a Dolnt lndlro blue Mackinac blankets.
to measure 60 by 73 Inches, ami weigh 8
to measure 04 by 66 Inches, and weigh 6
100 palrt 1 point Indigo blue Macklnae blanket!,
to measure S3 by 46 Inches, and weigh K
600 pairs point gentlnella blue Macklnao blan
kets, to measure 60 by 73 Inches, and weigh
SOO palrt 3 point gentlnellablue Mackinac blan
kets, to measure 64 by 66 lnehet, and weigh
100 palrt X point gentlnella blue Macklnao
blankets, to measure 36 by 60 Inches, and
weigh 4 V pounds
100 pairs 1 point gentlnella blue Macklnao blan
kets, to measure S3 by 46 incites, and weigh
1,000 yards fancy list blue cloth
4,000 do gray list blue cloth
SOO do do black cloth
1,000 do saved list black cloth
4,000 do do blue cloth
6,000 do do scarlet cloth
soo dozen 8-4 woollen thawlt
600 poundt linen thread. No. 40
1,200 do cotton thread
60 gross worsted gartering
70,uuu ) ami cauco
6.000 do Merrlmac calico
8.000 do Turkey red calico
36,000 dm blue drilling
20,000 do brown drilling
10,000 do bed ticking
1.000 do tatinetta
36,000 do plaid limeys
30,000 do unbleached domestic sheeting
i,ouu ug oieacneu anmiug
10,000 do checks, stripes, and plaids
10,000 do flannels, assorted
a,ouu pounas Drown gluing iwine, no. u
800 do cotton maltre
2,000 twilled flannel shirts
600 dozen hickory shirts
3,000 calico shirts
300 dozen Canadian belts
Class Ho. 3.
Ready Made ttothing
SOO blue satlnett pantaloons
360 do coatt
60 cadet mixed tatlnett coats
360 do do pantaloons
17S frock coats, Indigo blue, broad cloth
100 pantaloons do do
330 castlnett coats, trimmed with red.
Class No. s.
Hardware, Agricultural Implement!, 4 c.
2,700 poundt bratt kettlet
40 nests japanned kettlet, (8 in a nest)
600 camp kettles, (lilies)
300 dozen 3 quart tin pant
S0O do 4 quart tin pant
60 do 6 quart tin pant
700 do tin cupt
1,200 do squaw awls
1,600 do flshhookt
7S0 do flshlinet
360 do coarse tooth combs
117 do fine tooth combs
600 do scissors
600 do theara
160 do weeding hoes
260 do hand saw flies, 4 Inches
60 do tpadet
3,600 short handle fry pant
75 dozen baiting spoons
1,600 do tablespoons, (iron)
66 do axes, to weigh AH to 6 ( pounds
860 do half axes, to weigh S pounds, (with
600 do zlno mirrors
60 do tire steels
600 pounds brass wire
160 do best Chinese er million
600 do teed beadt
100 dozen butcher knives
100 do scalping knUet
230 do squaw natchets
is do 4 k inch flat flies
20.0CW pounds tobacco.
CLASt No. 4.
Hunt, Ammunition, r.
coo rifles, cap lock, (half ounce ball)
300 shot gum, (double barrel)
160 kegi powder
1,000,000 water-proof caps
300 bags Trald balls
600 powder horns
293 dozen gun nipples
Goods of American manufacture or the required
sty lei and quality will be preferred! but, at the
samples of blankets and cloths are foreign fabrics,
It will be necessary, In proposing a domestic article
of either or those kinds, that a sample the reor shall
accompany the bid. Tne articles to be furnished
must, In all respects, conform to and be equal with
thrnnirrnmDt samnles. which mar be seen at
this otlice on and after the ftith instant. The ar
ticles will be rigidly intpectea ana compared wnn
the samples by an ageut or agents appointed for
that purpose. Such at may be unequal thereto In
any particular will be rejected) In which case the
nnntrootfirwlll bm bound to furnlih others of the
required kind or quality within three da) si or, ir
inai De not uouc. uicy win vv iJurtnnsni a ex
pense. Payment will be made for the goods re
ceived on u oleet thereof, certified by the agent or
agentt appointed to intpect them. It It to be un
dentood that the right will be reserved to require
a greater or lest quantity of any of the articles
named than that specified In the abote schedule)
nnd all bids for furnishing said articles may be re
jected at the option of the Department) and that
none from persons who hat e failed to comply with
the requirements of a prevloui contract with the
United States, or who are not manufacturers or
tvhnlftaitlA (tenters Id the reoulred article 1 Will be
considered) and the fact thatbidders are su Ji man
ufacturers or dealers must be evidenced by the cer
tificate of thecollector of the port where they re
side, or where It it proposed 10 ueuver ine articles.
The proposals must embrace the articles, with the
quantities thereof at they are arranged In the
..hoinin with th sirlces innxfil to each. In dol
lars add cents, at which they are to be furnished)
and tne amounts must ue wrrieu um nm iwim up
fnr h elms. Si Id nrlces and amounts must be
so given, without any modification, or propost
mouincauon, or vnriuuii wutcvrr. tier uuutu
be submitted with the following heading: I (or we)
hereby propose to furnish for the service of the In
dian Department, and according to the termi of Its
advertisements thereof, dated November 17th, 1S63,
the following articles at the price thereto affixed,
(here Insert the list according to the class or classes
proposed for,) deliverable in the city of New 1 ork
by the 1st day or April next, or at such time or
times during the j ear 1B03 at maybe ordered by the
Commissioner of Indian Aflalrsf and If the propo
sal be accepted (here Insert the words " In whole or
in part, if more than one class be proposed for,) I
(or we) will, within twentydays thereafter, execute
a contract accordlnal) , and g e security, satisfac
tory to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for
the faithful performance of the sime " Fach pro-
fioial must be accompanied with a guaranty In the
oltou lug form, to be signed by two or more respon
sible persons, whose sufficiency must be certified
to by a United States Judge or district attorney!
We hereby Jointly and severally guaranty that the
aboe Didder, (or bidders,) It a contract shall be
awarded to him (or them) according to his or their
bid or proposal, will execute a contract according
h , and gh e the requisite security for the perform
ance thereof, as prescribed In the adt ertlsement for
proposals for Indian goods dated 17th November,
1862 and, In the event of hit (or their) failure to to
do, ho hereby agree to bind ounehet, ourhtlrt,
executort, and assigns, to forfeit and pay the
tinitifl Ktts. il m .. it tim not less than
fifteen per cent, on the amount of said bid or pro
posal " Bonds will be required In the amount o(
the bid for the faithful performance of the contract,
with two or more sureties, whose sufficiency must
be certified by a United States Judge or district at
torney No proposal will be considered that doei
not strictly conform In all particulars to the termi
anddlrectfont of thli advertisement.
WM. P. DOLE,
nov 18 3 taw Dec 10 Commissioner
OrricE Indiam ArrAias,
I Notcmberao, 1862
ac the atve . ' the l
..., f l( p-ono-.i- foi. indtan Goods . was nub.
U, " hat been decided to Tike from class No73,
A000 pounds of tobacco called for, and let it
form ca o6
Although there It a sample of the tobaoco In thlt
office, bidden are requested to forward lamples
W P DOLE. I
1101 2tJ Commlisloner
I ?VKUYDOD'H attention. SCKllrdtoour
j new stock of Clothing for Men and Boys' use,
I which we have just received, and offer for sale at
very low prices, at No. 494 Seventh street, near F.
J Attuvb at ,j ,
, Proprietors of Oak Hall Clothing Room.
' sep 25-?m
, KIHTII RTIUUCT,
xbub rmmsrirsHU avkkur.
mOPMETOM. . .
. A. IIAMBLINfc CO
. A. M. HERNANDEZ
The public of Washington .re mpcctfally
Informed that thlt Mew end Beautiful
Temple of Amusement,
WIXI. OPBN FOR TUB RKANON,
WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECK 3, 1M2,
And Krcry Kr.utna;.
TM. aplendld Hall ha. a N.w Sta,t, New scen.rr,
Prlrate Doxr. beautlfulljr furnlihed, OrthMtra
Stat, arranged with every comfort, Parquett. with
covered .eats, and a Gallery that will command a
full al,ht of the Stag. The alteration, made at
an expen.e of
Five Thousand Dollars,
And the company engaged, comprise
THE BEST TALENT IN AMERICA.
A M. I lent said ex,
The great unrivalled Pantomlmlst.
Miss C. FltxwIlUama,
The Great singer, from the London Theatres.
More at Brothers,
The Most Wonderful Performers In the World.
Mont, A. Groist,
From Nlblo't Garden, New York.
Mont. C. Itimnf
From Nlblo1! Garden, New York.
late or the Ravel Troupe.
The Great Clog Dancer.
J. Albert Allen,
Celebrated Negro Comedian.
The Favorite Actor.
The Popular Comedian,
I. W. Landls,
The King of Song and Dance
The Popular Comic Singer.
Mile Julia Lthmtu,
The Accomplished Danteuse, Irom Nlblo'i Garden,
From the Port W. Uarten, Paris
The Charming Actress, from Laura Keeue's
Theatre, New York.
From Niblo's Garden, New York.
From Nlblo't Gardeo, New York.
From Nlblo't Garden, New York.
From Arch M. Theatre, Philadelphia.
From Bowery Theatre, New York
From Broadway Siuiic Hall, New York.
From Philadelphia Theatres.
From Philadelphia Theatres.
From the Western Theatres
GRAND CORPS DE BALLET.
DALLFTUASTFR - - - - MONS A. CROSS!.
A BRILLIANT PERFORMANCE
Will be given nlghtl
SIXGIXQ, DAXCIXG, fV.
Parquette and family Circle 25 cents-
Orchestra Chairs - - - 60"
Private Boxes, (holding six persons)
Slnfle Seats tn Boxes -16 cents.
Colored Circle .38
Doors open at half past Ix j Performances to
commence at quarter before eight o'clock, nov 39
pOUD'S NEW TIIKATIIK,
Tenth tttnl, right coot Ftnmyhrniln oivnw.
Manager and Proprietor Mr. John T. Ford.
(AIM of Hollldar Street Theatre, Baltimore )
THE CHASMS Or THE OPERA MOHTLY AS-
SEMBLISO ALL OVK rASHIOMABLE LADIES
AT THIS riRST CLASS THEATRE!
The Beautiful Prima Donna,
lit.. CAROLINE RICIIINOR,
Andth. flrit of the grand aerlea of
ENOLIB H OPERA.
Thl. (TIIVRSDAT) EVBNIMO, D.e.4,
The .pleoau Operatic Spectacle of the
Stella mn. RICHINOS
Ramlr, the Pirate Chief . Mr. Peter RICHINOS
Mr. Dunn and a full company of Chorlitera,
M'lle Sophie NlU.n, M'lle Catherine, Mont. B.p
tl.tln Cerutl, and Mona. Ronianl all appearlog
The rarlou. character!. Operatic, Dramatlo and
Thl Onnul Combination Aid J'7I Oovblt Ompimltl.
CJ- FRIDAY F.VFN1NG,
Ml CAROLINE RICIIINQS.
HT Ai lra charge for admlukm.
1&" Smrtd afi tmty-fiet ctntt eitra.
PRICES OF ADMISSION.
Dreaa Circle and Parquette. M cental Orchctra
Seat., 7S oentai Famllr Circle, 2o cental Prlrat.
Door, open at C o'clock performance commen-
. at ia u'ctocKt ae .
JVnn'd avenue, near WBtardt Hotel
Leonard 0 rover,
THIS (THURSDAY) KVENINO,
The Pearl of the American Stage,
MI88 LUCILLE WESTERN,
The eminent young Actor,
Mr. L. P. BARRETT,
MIBS KATE DEN IN,
Great American Exceltior Company ,
In C W. Tayleure't thrilling domestic drama of
Kate Denln ----as---- Barbary Hare
C Barron ..-.-- Mr. Catlyle
Mrt. O. C. Gennon - ai - - - - Mlit Corney
Sophie Glmber - at - - - - Barbary
TO MORROW, FRIDAY EVEXIXQ,
COMPLIMENTARY FAREWELL BENEFIT OF
MISS LUCILLE WESTERN,
When the will appear In
TWO OF HER BEST CHARACTERS.
Admission 40, 35, knd 78 cents.
Corner iVnruylvanfa avenue and Seventh ttrteU
Aou Warmed oy Patent Hot Atr yvrnacet.
FOR THREE DATS AND NI0I1T8 MORE.
Read the names of tne People who will perform
rill! AFTERN0OS AND A'lOUT,
Bnt to do ao, peruse the small bills.
TRUNK, AND HARNESS
48? Seventh Street,
oproMTE odd rxuows' mix,
WASinNQTON, D. C.
I manufacture of the best material, and har.
constantly on hand, larto and 1 arl.d assort
ifilitarv and Citlirnt' SADDLES.
Patent Feed tnd Water Buckets,
Officers' Fine Sword Bells,
Belt Trimmings, and
Field Glass Cases.
T K I! N K S .
WOOD BOX TRUXKS.
It K P A I a I N u .
As 1 manufacture Trunks extensli el) .and neces-
ssrlly hsve sll kinds or Trunk olsterlsl, I am better
prepared to repair Trunks, fee , thoroughly and
promptly, man any otner eaisDiisnm.m in ine cny
JAMLS S TOPHAM.
oct IS 3ml
n A N U L I N ax CO..
O P T I C I A V 5 ,
.41 PENNSYLYAS1A AVENIL,
(North side,) between Twelfth and Thirteenth sts ,
3B PEMSYLVAMA AVEML,
Under the National Hotel
BRAZILIAN PEBBLE fRock Crjstal) 8PEC-
MILITARY FIELD OLAS3ES,
MICROSCOPES, OPERA GLASSES,
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS AhD CARTES DF
STEREOSCOPES AND VIEWS, fcc , Jio .
In a treat variety, and at the lowest price., whole
sal. or retail. not 3
IT I S II . S A It U E N T s
! AWNING, ILAO, ANU
UXI0X TEXT FACTOR Y,
No. 530 Pcuiisylvaul. avenue,
WASIIINdTO.N, I). C.
SUTLERS' AXD dRMY TEXiS
ON UAND OK MADE TO ORDER.
Awnlnes, Flaas.Tents, Mall Bags, Horse Covers,
Slics, Wajon Co ers, fcc, made at short notice.
CAMS TO Till: PUUM1SBH OK Till'.
Subscriber, sometime since, a Condemned
Government Horse, the owner Is requested to
com. lorwsrd, prove property, pa) damages and
charges, and take him away.
R J. Mi.CLM.LAN,
no 2 tot Ridge Road, 1.. stern Branch.
UALI O U A I. II
A full buddIv of all kinds of Anthracite Coal for
sale at lowest possible rates
CJ" 2,540 pounds to the ton
38! Pennstlranla avenue,
de I tlf Bet. Lle enth and Twelfth sts.
NO. 711 PCHN. AVE , WaIHINOTOH, D. C,
Book bound In every style Turkey, Morocco,
Rus la, nnd Calf. Je 7.
fUNTKRIVRr II A, 1. 1.,
LooistAN a Arxvtrr, MCA iixth vr.,
In the rear of the .VatUmsi Hotel.
Th. Ur.ata.t Trituaph or ( a.aswa.
ItCOND WEEK SECOND WEEK
hEXORlTA. A.NXETTA OALLETTI,
8EX0MTA AITSETTA OALLETTI,
8EX0RITA ANNETTA OALLETTI,
SEX0HITA AXNETTA OALLETTI,
SEX0RITA AXNETTA OALLETTI,
3EN0MTA AXXETTA OALLETTI,
Pronounced by the Pre, and the Public to be the
Oreateii Female Danteuee in the World,
without exception. Also,
3T0AS. EDWAED VELARDE,
The Beet Male Dancer in EiUtence.
they will appear In the splendid ballet entltl.J
THE PAINTER'S ILLVIION.
The expens. attendlnc the .n(afement ot these
for the short sessoa will exceed 91,300.
To gtre better effect,
AK ENTIRE NEITSTAOE HAS BEEN ERECTED
Making It now
Th. Beat Hall la 1V.sblnct.il.
MONDAY EVENING, Dicnaxs 1,
Return of the populsr and favorite .oni.tr.is,
MIBS JULIA MORTIMER.
Also the beautiful queen of Terpsichore,
MISS KATE PENNOYER,
GREAT COURT OF BEACTT.
Continued success of the charmlns;
BOB HART and LEW SIMMOKS,
The two great lights of Minstrelsy, In
NEW SONOS, DANCES, snd BANJO SOLOS
The pest Esstern Jurtter,
Th. Funny Nl,
J SYLVAS CLARKL,
The Versatile CnmeJlan
T1IK PAINTER'S ILLUSION,
ANNETTA UALLETTA, MONS VELARDE,
UALLETTA BALLET TROUPE
w 111 appear.
Performance to concludo with the laughable
Doors open st 6X performsnce,1 o'clock
Admission, S& rentsi Orchestra Chairs, 60 cents.
A GRAND MATINEE
On SATURDAY AFTERNOON,
For Ladles and Children.
Admlssslon So centst Orchestra Chairs 60 cents
I INVENTOnS AND PATENTEES.
, proprietors of the Scientific Amer-
lean, and agents tor procuring American and for
With Sixteen Years erperienc t (Ae Butintts.
Refer to Hon. Judge Mason, Hon. Joseph Holt,
Hon. W. D. Bishop, cx-Commlsslonera of Patents,
and to more than fifteen thousand Inventors who
have had business done through Wunn ts. Co 's Pa
Pamphlet of advice sent free by mall
Patent Laws and Regulations, 100 pages, 26 cents,
No charge for consultation, orallv or by mall
Preliminary Examination in United States Pa
tent Office. $6.
Offices. So. ST Park Row. New York. Washing
ton, corner of F and Seven Wi streets, opposite the
raieui uiuce. mar isemu
Of No. 431, corner of Eighth and E streets,
Opposite the General Post Offlce,
Can be consulted on RHEUMATIC AFFECTIQbS,
COSSUVPTIOS, LlVkR COMPLAINTS CHROKIC
A FFECTI0.S S, as well as all Diseases of Imprudence.
of whatever character, and which mar be declared
Incurable by other physicians. He engages to make
an Immediate cure.
From hla lengthy practice la the science of medi
cine, he la enabled to otter himself to the public as
being the only one In Washington capable of afford
ing speedy relief. All easea curable will be guaran
tied. He warrants a cure without the use of mer
cury or any other dangerous medicine. Recent casts
cured In two or three days.
N. B. Utters addressed to Dr. F.. at his offlce, No
431. corner of Liu nth and E streets, opposite Gen
eral Post Offlce, will receive Immediate attention.
oc 3 y
THE CONFESHIOIVH AND
Published for the BLNCriT and as a warning and
A CUTI0N TO 10UNG MEN
who sutler from Spermatorrhoea. Ner ous Debility,
Premature Decay, etc , supplying, at the same
time, THE MEANS OF SELF CURE. By one who
nas cured miase. .; r ucwg put u trr !
and Injury through medical humbug and quackery
By enclosing a post paid addressed envelops,
slnale copies may be hadof the author.
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, ESQ
novS dSmlf Bedford, Kings Co , N Y
cOOdoi. Hermetically Sealed Goods, consisting vl
J 1TU11S, sIClUVS, luteals, vrBiavtCB, ..., sjhj ,
Just received and for sale at New York market
V no 13 OSTHEIM BROTHERS
NOTICE. ME.VflrRS OF C0XQRESS AtD
bTRAbOLRS VISITIbQ WASHINGTON
Will find It much to their advantage and personal
comfort (If rooming out) to take their meals at this
well-known and long-established Restaurant. The
subscriber has spared no expense In reflttlng his
entire establishment, which ts Intended excluslvcl)
for a first-class Gentlemen's Restaurant, where me)
be found all the comforts of a prH ate home, and on
tery moderate terms
Gentlemen are particularly requested to call be
fore making arrangements elsewhere
nov V eolm V63 Pennsylvania avenue
DIMTRICT OK COLUMU1A,
CIT1 OF WASHINGTON
Personally appeared before lb. subscriber, a ius
tic. o( the peace In an I tor said county, William
llo) d, and made oath, In due form ot law, that, on
th. Svlh. day or November, ISbi, he found trespass
Inr upon his enclosure, a DARK BAY HORSE, sp
parently of th. s,e of tea years, In poor condition
'i h h..ra I. not branded Th. owner or nwn.r.
thereof in have the same.byprot Infproperty anl
pajlnft.ll lefeUherjes .
tor. a. a euue and First street
Su or ii to and subscribed before me,
ilec3 J 11. Johnson, J. P. (i i
DO VOU KNOW 1T1 If you do not, tall st
SM11 H & DK ALL'S, No. 301 Seventh street,
I near K street, and buy jourtelf a nice suit o(
Clothing from them, as they hae just received a
new aud splendid assortment
1 novSl 4tjanl
irnmifiio ia iiviiiriiV GIVEN THAT
JN the Copartnership heretotore existing between
LYLE h COFFIN ! t dy dJ"1lIT.lC5C?lllul1
J. A. COFFIN
John O. Lyle still continues the business at the
Weanlngton July 91, 1862. jy23