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DtiTns or Boldiim. Ttao following hate
occirmo: slnM our Jasl Utn i
U. A. 3 1 Andrewi, company C, lMth N. T.
Corp. Joq. Mclnllre, cmnpsa.j' E.SOth Mass.
Thos. Dcmouth, company L, 37th N. J.
John A.iQoslIn, company D, 148th N. T.
PatliUA.-MIlltr, company F, Sth. Michigan
caTalrvv
Chat. K. Blalte, company B, 4th VI.
rUr4JU, company II, Mih N. Y.
Alex. H. Comlni, torapsny K. 3Ub N. Y.
Wra. Tootlll, company E, aoth Maa).
John B. Ramsay, company A, 10th Pcnn'a
catalry. '
Corp. Henry 8haw, company C, Second Dla
trlelofColnnibla.
A. StotU, companjr 0, 100th l'a.
Chaa. A. IToedley, companj lt 8d Vert.
Sylreeler Bnlffer, Tib batter, Tib N. Y lu
depcndtoTnlllerr.
.Corporal Pavld E. Morrow, (foinpany A,
lMthra.
Geo. E. Btannard,ompany 0, 14th Conn
Walton Tnrpin, company u, 10th N. J.
Dulel Hadley, company E, 8lh N. II.
Henry i. Bridget, company I, ltt D. C.
Sergeant E. W. Judd, company O, tth Mlin
oaralry.
Corporal tlcnry B. Jonee, (rebel) (.ouipauy
C, 4T& V.
Corporal Coruellua 8. Barrett, company lt,
25th Ohio.
Abljah A. Whiting, ZTtb X. Y. battery
Fctcrllenard, company D.Tfth N. It.
Geo. U. Smith, company II, Sth Mich, car
lJ. t
RU. MinoR,C'osririNTtiLCi.cEK or Mil.
Wirmf, Aixutkd. 7. C. Minor, conlldcntlal
clerk to Major White, of the lnfsmone ton
doun. county gucrUlat, m arreated yeeterday
morning In this city, by Llcnt. Bennett of the
cantlry patrol. Minor hid croaaod the rlrcr
near the Point of ltocka, andianie to the city
tv Tla.lt an aunt, Mrt. 1'lligerald, residing here,
lie arrived sexual dayt ago. I'rorott Marsbsl
.pSsttx learning the fact, put the guard nu hit
track, lie waa arrested toon after hla return
from Baltimore, where he had tpent a day or
tiro In qnlet enjoyment lthhla friends. Ho
was tent Immediately to the Old Capitol.
, ,
Aiuwr AD Barrnm. Alfred Bluriccs waa
arrested by Officer Cook, of tho Third ward,
yesterday, charged with committing an aesanlt
npon Virginia Towneend, who lives In Goat
ffw n1fj.M l.1r ... . .111 .... . . ..
1 filurgea, and aa ho wat entering the houte,
oinrgea strata mm oi er tne nonawuna taw,
and then with a lartre ulala. cuttlnr a den
gath and lnjorlng him severely. The orflcer
obtained attlttance and Bturgea waa aecurcd
and taken to the ttatlon houte, where he waa
examined before Justice Walter, Mho commit
ted Um to Jail for court.
CoaonuL'a Ig'Ji t. Tho coroner's Inquest
orer the body of a man, which waa found yee-
teroay morning in hoc vreoa, near rapermiu
Bridge, has elicited that he met hla death by
drownlnc. The deeeated waa about TO TLara
old, and wat gardener for Mrt. Sam'l Cunnlcg-
oam, reaiaing near ine latai toot, lie had
probably lostlils way In the night, aud acci
dentally fallen Into tho ttreara.
Bem-hb or Ribel Goods. Sergeant MUll-
I ctu, property clerk under the Protest Marthal,
1 turned orer, yeeterday, to the medical purveyor,
I for hospital ute, the anbjolned contraband arti
ficial, which were Intercepted on their way across
awo men iwo oarreia ana tnroo uoxia or u
tuor, seized near the Aquednct bridge, and
Sseven demijohns and four boxes near tho Alex
landrla ferry.
ALexANDHUMS AitHEsTXD. Edward Colll-
Ifeon, William Bntton, James Owene, aud Baui-
iuei ucrnnarat, nave ocen arrested ny tne mili
tary authorltks of Alexandria, for huylug con
traband articles, such at railroad Iron, aoldlere'
tlothlng, etc. They aro confined lu the guard
house.
DatiRTER. Tblt mornlnc a man calllnc
Rhlmself F. T. Line, waa arretted on tutplclon
of being a deserter In citizen's dress, and taken
uo the central guardhoute. Nothing could ex
Jtract the truth from blm but the cooling rn-
Jeesr'of the shower-bath, when, Immediately
pn lis application, no comeeeea tne corn. The
nuiiary auiooritios cannot sumcienuy boast oi
ua iua;enioua coufcnTBnce
Dlib IN TBI Btitiox House. Lat ulirht.
Hoaweuu 8 and 9 o'clock, a man named win,
Kennedy, who had hern arretted and diced In
the Ninth precinct atatlon-houte for being
jdmnk aud disorderly, died In a drnnken lit.
J He was an Euglltbman,ahdaflnlther by trade.
SAcurpneL'has neen snmmoned to hold an In-
Poest.
Yl.-v w . TI.I. n. . Ul. 1 A
1 o'clock, twu horses, attached to a Gorernment
i wagon, necams mgntenea whlia standing In
..front of a store between Ninth and Tenth
ttroets. and started unon the full ran nn the
Atenue, and when J utt In front of the Klrkwood
Iuonse, iwo soiaiers. wno were patting at the
tlff), run out Into the ttreet and stopped them.
6lU4.N0 LIQUOR TTITDOOT I LlLIItl Wm.
Ryan, who kecpa a llauor ttora In tha Fourth
ward, waa arretted yesterday by Patrolman
Frailer, charged with tilling liquor without a
license, lie was taken before Justice Walter,
at the station houte, who fined Ulrn 130 01.
nosl'UlL DlHECTURT We nubllth. on our
oottlds. a complete directory of all the hotpl
tala In wathlngton and vicinity, prepared from
uuciai uawi ov van aicuicai irirecior'a omce.
To-day we make corrections In tho Hit, so that
onr readera can rely on Its being an accurate
UH- .
Cbuipsikr mi) Onto Uuiu-The boat
General Burnslde, with flonr, arrived at George
town since oar last. The following departed i
JohpJIurd and General Burnslde.
FraaRiLur Jcuoe Cnawrono. The fuue
ral of Judge Crawford will take place to-morrow,
at 12 m., from hit late residence, on F,
between Sixth and Beicnth streets.
Feim io a Colored Pastor The Rev.
W. B. Evans, pattor of the First (colored)
Frssbytcrlan Church, haa been presented with
a tplsadld suit of clothes, by his congregation,
as a slight testimonial of tbslr regard.
, i
roue Caim -snttsry2S Thlrfl precinct -Jsi
Lolur. exposing hit person, nocd a3.Mi Joan Hur
ley, dliorderl rondurt, fined as el
Mith ireelnet J D Ftodgeri, deierter, over Io
mlHtary
.Slyth preclncto Larri aimuU and battery,
teeurlty foreourt
irtthout Hcds, GueJt20ft3
fourth Thoi, Klce, r-fcelvlnff itolfn gootl. 611 for
court, Cutbrrlne Wllimmi. 0 filling, Aocd$li Ji
Doyle, iult and battery, WTl for courti M Jlea
drirk, drunk iinil nbuitng hli ft rally, flnrd (a
Four tli precinct Ld ward tlett, umiult n& bat
tary, iff urtty for court Tho Vtkli aod Thoa
Lroaidale, larceny. Jill for court
Ninth precinct Wdi sioitton,fait driving, fined
ft.M. John Drunk and Ihua Gordon, dlaoruerly.
Uevcuth jirtxlart Wm Hall, Kill p. Trathrr.
Maria J ITather, LUfn Trathcr, D Trather and 0
Hall, larceny, Jail for further hearing John Rin
CQldtAtaault.iecurlt) to keep tha pear H Boler
and L. Clark, cuiaaocf, Boed (3. Wm Uoalrlgbt,
rrofanlly and dliorderiy, fined $2 9i
Uo to WuiTMtVMT. Ui rennajlvanla avanut,
to obtain superior Llkeneaaei at reduced prlcea
Flo trd Vlinatta, formerly lold at $0 pe doien,
now aelllnf at t half down, lame rate Colored
IroperUU reduced from $M to $20) aalllnr whole
alia colored tonlyfl I will excel In "lolorcd
Cart 44 VitHtt,n having ae-cured the aervtcea of a
nyerlor artlit for that branch of bualneaa Uke
neaeea of many of thoia fllen In battle eaa be ob
tained herei alao card photograph or prominent
mm, both civil and miliary nov 31 tf
DgJiatuauE India Rvbkr Good Mr H A
UaU ha luat received a lot of Offlcera' Long and
Light dull fLnlahed Coati i alio, dull flnliiTpon.
ehoa, extra Urge iIimi also, a lot of blue Cngllah
Talma, very long, at f.o eaaht which he 1 selling
at manufacturer!1 price, at ht indU Kubber Ware
houae, 110 rennaylvanl avenue, between Ninth
and Tenth itreete. oct 37 tf
1
Jrpu Kciier Good. It 1 not neceaiaryfor
Mr H.A HILL to enumerate the difiareat atrlee
jj4 klpAsof Rubber and Cutta Perch a manufae-
iHnwii nu scrpe a nia inem hj on hand 1
I
L0U EiauDf inioinciwnuiumaioreor usiorprirfi
Tin vr m attendant win convince any one that
1 ciiaouanmcQi i rttuv ine oniy wait MuMr
rvarivavaa. ura ia lOQAioa , ov ruoillTUUl AVfta
nui et uevr to aeera uarpcr m mneaeu'a Dry
Goods waftfcoui. between Math aad Tenth
treeta. dee i tf
Vllk JS-- j .
Ocvusts Xm AtrMtts-f-rfkytklana of vs
none ainas,
1. ff Itm rtrttriaT AAnmlilnta to .
: V nl,.'"Li!.'''iH-
which pan'a nature la heir, may be found In " ns noi onir overnowea utovers inesire
abuddanceibuttonaraeasurgeonablotolreati'orlhapaattwoaulhtt.htlaltonlUdlhSDtlihtiO'
tho affectlont nf the more dslleato rgana of log streets tueh a suoesssrut eagsgemeat, thus
the eye and ear, then It the dlmcnlty. Wo
think It would serve many of onr yonsf men,
with lncllnatloua to study medicine, to a great
purpose. If they devote their mosVpartlcnlar at
tention to tha treatment of diseases of the cyo
and eart apd, at the same time, wonld bo aa
additional service to humanity. We know, la
this country, but one really eminent and scien
tific snrgeon of the eye and ear, and ho la In
onr city Dr. F. A, Von lloschilsker, Pennsyl
vania avenue, opposite Wlllards hotel, whern
he will remain, howoycr,butforathortioion.
...... - '
Attixtiok, ArrLiCTEDI Ur. veilflj ia yest
eoca2dlnan extcoelTO rrtctlce In thli city,
and o would call the attention of the poor,
poor, emaciated Tlctlma of their own sine to
tho best aotm.ee of reined j. Vint, giro up jour
present course of life at onco and forever ; and
secondly, call on the most skilful physicians,
(and none aro better than Dr. Vellny,) and be
cured of tba disease -which li now underlain
lng your constitutions and sending you to a pre
mature grate. .
A Vobd or Advice Those who have been
doctoring for weeks and months wltheut obtaining
relief, should consult Dr Flenblett.whoeeoBlce la
at Iso A3I l street, corner of Klfbth street, and b
radically cured Twenty-five years experience haa
established Dr FIlhMaft reputation as aphjsl
clan Recent eases cured In a few day Charges
moderate. OR. FI311BLATT,
No. l Kttreat, corner of Ughth,
Oppoelta the General Poat Offlee.
tibia RcaaLH Coots ad Snoie. The abote
atUeles are old (Wr at 1L A HALL'S India
Rahher Warehouse, tiorennsylvaiilaarcDue, than
at any other store la thf elty or rldnlty. This U
ee. Call and satisfy yourselvcf , 310 rennsvlvanU
avenue. no 5 tf
Gleaulngrf fomOArillxchanse
St. Ctiarlce, Ouyall's BlalT, and Do Arc, ou
Wbllo rlrer, Jlrkausas, hare all fallen luto onr
h"th.ds. Thcyvera taken by General Gorman
and a few ganboate. These places wero all
forttfleJ. It Is now said that Llttlo Bock has
boetl attacked by our forces and baa probably
fallen) but there It no certain Information re
ceived here upon that at this present writing.
The ChronkUot this mere Jug has editorial
on the Radicals and Iho President, and also on
tho financial policy ofthe prmciit Gorernment.
Tho Intftllgenter haa leader ou the Arm) of
tho Potomac. It rinds our army In the mad,
and thereupon dt scour bm upon the nature and
characteristics of Virginia mud.
General Roeoiraui is expecting toon to be
attacked by tho enemy, but Is confident of Tic
tory whenever tho cueniy shall hare tho temer
ity to asealt him.
Tho loyalists of North Carolina are said to
bo very bitter In their feelings ton arda Governor
Stanly.
It Is now ascertained that the number of pris
oners taken at Arkansas Post was 7,830.
The city gas works at Xashtlllo hard sus
pended operations In consequence of lack of
coal.
Four huudred and acreuty persons died lu'
New Tork last weik; 98 men, 06 women, 103
boys, and 114 girls.
Somebody should send to tho IVow York Com
mon Council the masterly summing tip of Jndge
Holt In the Fltz John Tortcr trial.
It Is feared that tho mild weather of the win
ter will prove injurious to the wheat crop.
General Butler goes back to New Orleans,
and Gen. Banks to Texas. So say many of our
exchange, and we make a note on lt.
Gen. Hooker has been presented by some
Callfornlans with a pair of shoatderstraps with
tho stars which he Is now entitled to wear.
Georgetown Mae Ine Uat.
AfcKIYAL.
Scbr.Tarrvnot, Floyd, Boaford, Del, wood
to Mr. Johnson.
DirABTUKE.
Schr. Clipper, Collins, Nantlcokee river, Md.
fin a woman in another column picking
Bsmbucl Grapes, for Bpeer's Wine. It I an
admirable Article, used In hospitals, and by the
first families In Paris, London and New Tork,
In preference to old Fort Wine. It Is worth a
trial, at it gfret great satisfaction. tf
rpO THE LADIES Or WASHINGTON.
Tha "German Relief Association for sick and
Wounded SoldlerV'have appointed the undersigned
committee for arranging the GRAND rAIR pre
viously advertised to be held at Odd Fellows Hall,
on or about tha 16th of February They take plea
sure In announcing that the following ladles have
accepted the Invitation to assist by acting as man
age rat
Mrs Gen Schurx. No 411 Thirteenth st,
Mrs Gen Shlmmelfennlg, Hotel Sass. Pa avenue,
between frour-and-a-half and With streets
Mrs MnJ Bftlbach, Mass ay . between SUth and
Seventh afreets
Mrs Jacob Gideon, Seventh street.oppoiite Gen
eral Post Office
Mrs W L-Mcholson, president Fifth Ward Re
lief Association
Mrs Franklin Phtlps, K street, between Mnth
and Tenth street
Mrs dangewer, No M7 H street.
Mr Hllgard.careMr llllgard, Ase't in Charge
of Coast Survey Office
Mrs Apel, care ol Mr Apel. Surgeon Generapa
omce
Mrs Kred Schmidt, No 267 Ninth street
Mrs N lUpp, sixth street, near Massachusetts
avenue
Mrs Prott, Seventh street, near Z
Mrs Consul General Hlti. Capitol Hill
Mrs Adolf Cluas, Second Btreet.betwcenDandL
Mrs Dr Flnckel, corner of Twentieth and G
streetf.
Mrs bellhausen, Seventh street, between G and
H
Miss LUda B Rumser, No. tU Fifth street
Miss B. Herxbcrger, No. 90 Market Space
Miss N lWry, No it Market Spaca
Mlis .Mardel, No 163 New York avenue, between
Seventeenth and Ughteentb streets
Mrs .Junck. Ninthstreet, between D and L
The co-operation of the ladles of Washington Is
earnestly requested, and those willing to take an
active interest in furthering our humane purposes,
by taking (singly or in clubs) responsibility for
tilling tables, and perhapa attending to the eileof
the articles during the evenings of the Fair, are re
spectfully requested to communicate with either
of the above-named ladles, but at all cvrnta with
the beeretaryof the Fair Committee. Mr Adolf
Cluas, Box tli, so as to enable an early organization
A meeting of those ladle who will raakeeQorta li
In our noble cause will be called aa soon as possi
ble, at a convenient parlor, hereafter to be deter
mined '
Contributions will besides te received at the fol
lowing depotst
Mrs Jacob Gideon, Setenth street, opposite Gen
eral Post Offlee
Mrs John Illti.sr, Capitol Hill. opposite Ca;itol
Garden
Mrs Baumgraai, No 48 Twelfth street
Mrs. MuehllnRhaus, No SO Market Space
Metierott's Music store.
rhllptt Solomon's Bookstore
shepherd it Riley's Bookstore
Mrs. Dr. S.D Flnckel, eorner Twentieth and G
lUTCUs
granted for the purpoae, free of oharge
r.Hvvn.H
Fred Schmidt,
Arthur Bat bach,
Fred Biedliog,
Adolf Clusi.
Charles Klomsnn
lt
LOST Yeeterday, an Pennsylvania avenue, be
a5f Th.lrd .Bd Wllltft treeta, a SMALL
PACKAGL containing several yards ofSILK The
Under will be suitably rewarded by leaving the
same at this offlee 7 jtn at
ATTENTION, SOLDlBIia AMD SUT-LKns-1
laving Just completed our assort
ment of Camp Furniture, we would now respect
fully Invite the attention of soldiers and Sutlers
Our assortment comprises In part the fdll owing
Camp goods, vlii
Camp Chests for mess of from four to six, Camp
Tables, Camp Stools, Camp Oots, Lamp Mattresses,
with all other articles of Camp Furniture calcula
ted to make a soldier comfortable All of which
will be sold at tbe very lTwest cash prlees at
GRELN A WILLIAMS
au 11 No 834 Seventh street, eorner D.
NOTICE TO THF COLORED PKOPI K OF
Washington and Ceohqetow Hereafter
there wilt boa Coacn for the accommodation of
eelored people, running from the Capitol to George
towft Bridge. Fare, lOeeots
. EDWARD CRAY A CO,,
Jaatt-iw Proprietors
Amtsnniali
Caenria'a Thiaih. X perfect' hlrste; iva
any other city where they have performed. Des-. sneetacatloas One 10 Inch trlsl gun la to be made
pita tha latleneneyot tha weather, the houis was of wsnn or raid blatt chsreoal Iron, to csit hoi
crowded last night to Its (rest eanseltv, while on, low and cooled from the Interior, and to hsie a
Monday evening as muy as two thousand people ' "oacltr or metal of not less thin 10 ooor-ounds per
were unable to f ln admlulon. The Mil to-nlsht sijusre Inch, to be determined rnrtesttna; specimens
consists of two charming oIms, a eomto drams, la I '"" 'rom thaslnklag head ofthe rue, and from
a sets, entitled Ireland aa It Was," In which Mr a svtlndsr salt from the same heat, and from metal
vrilllsras appears aa Bssired rt, and Mrs Wll- 0"Ja"e quHty,est hstroiu which the run ll
liana aa Judy CTroli to conclude with the rome-1 c"". T1 eyllnder Is to he estt onrtid, Vn.lry
dletta entitled In and Out of riare," Mrt nirney 'nd moulds, and It tohSTIInchea hih, with an
a art, la a m t a . l . 4atllnfllail haaat . si 1... iaaaa ba la l...,..
Wllllama In flvfl rharartrra. with rnmlfi ainn mnTl
rtanrei On I rlday there will be an unuaually btlU
Hint entertainment fnr th bnarlt nf Mr iuintf
Willi. '
' "
lami-dell' MiaitatL. Onn frLLowa ...ii.
Notwithstanding the rldlltftte of thewatber hot
evrntflr this rn ui.fari rnmntutv hA f..n
!"f.V"Ji 'i"' "f...,;..'"1
.. kmmkiis nitviiii.v nu va IUHT vat UT-tiglia, I
uy repeateopiaudU TheBloglngnrtrmquartette
Is superb, all the olees being most evenly bnlanced,
and the ballad startm ol Mr Geo. Grv la rood
The vocal a well aa the Instrumeatal music, ln
e lading the brsas band qulckateps at the end of the
ttrst part, waa Onely done. Nr. M. U Campbell
understands bis business to a dot, bypUclng such
a fine orchestra before our public Go and enjoy
oursetves at the Campbell's Minstrel.
CAttTEBBiftr. -another new and Justly celebra
ted performer has been added, to the great star
company which has attracted so much public at
tention, and delighted thousands of our communi
ty, during the past few nights, by their lolinltatts
i miMdM imi.u ri
S& itoiorStiii a
c ; Vimaiaii? Jll irH
acts of performance at this i
amusement Mr. Charley 0'N
inor oi tot "ivueiice or uli viaoiRav," win nn -
Mar olrM in hla eatdllnatlnnaanemi lit.
auu iuiii;icr i un tuir iiiit-bi I'liaoina I'luriirpcri
Pennoyer, Southerland, and the entire "court of
beauty," together with thctgreet romle dancer Mr.
J N Carr, theastonlshlngeontortlonlst,Mr t; V
Tarker, the celebrated pantomlmlst, Geo. R Ldo.
son, the Ethiopian comedians, Dlek Parker, FJigan,
Toolej, Armstrong, Clarke and others, will iO
take part In the novel, very Interesting, aod amu s-
ingenierMinmeni io oe given lonigni no so eh
a eoirblnatlonofteautyand talent was ever known
to exist at a slaala nlace of amusement, and thv
will continue to attract overflowing houses drying
their brief engagement The performance to-night
win conclude with the Very laughable farce of
"Cousin Joe," with Mr, Ceo. H. Ldeson In, one of
nj.9 orai nu most entertaining rnaranrra,
ABtrru. We witnessed, with unalloyed
pleasure, last evening, the performance at this
beautiful hall No. other establishment can boast
of two such dancers as lTlle Helena and Mr. G W
Smith. The beautiful Spanish balLet of ' La Maja
aefie.uie" was never better iiirrormed in aoj
theatre in the country The Intldcntal dances
CI Toraro, La Lachuca U 2paWado, and La Ar
ragonalse were splendid, tbe music, costumes.
&.e ,cxcelleat Also the ajiaalah Pssde Deuxby
Mr Smith aud M'lle Helena, met with an Imroeane
encore The whole arrangement of the ballet r
necTsgreaicreaiiuponDotnarustaanamangement.
Tbe comic plecea were thn Hjlitlng Doctor,"
"Hauntedvlfouse, and the pantomime of "La
Statue Blanche," which were received with the
meat heartr shouts of lauchter and aoitlauaflt The
charming vocalist. Miss Lva Brent, in the beautiful
ong " tver of Thee," brought the house down,
a.M attv nti vuvuiw stiftti vi iikuii. aim LDDr. RS
Blllv Datlow. earned roara of laurMr Allthnd
who wish to see a first-class performance, should
visit tha tarletles
OFFICIAL.
DKFAHrMBNT or &TATC,
l'ai?iirt(tont Jan. S3, 1603.
Releasee from the draft on thegroundof alien
age have bocn allowed In the follow lug cases i
Xarnt. W'lurt ttraUd.
John II.Btfl hcu- - Lantnstir to., IVnu.
JanuihtIM, 18o3.
William Gclhausen - - Kewaunee co , Wl.
Ferdinand AMUlg - Milwaukee to.. Wis.
Thomas Mahlbcrg - - do do
Henry Miller ... - do do
Peter Stclnkclcr - - do l.i
Christian Karl Klrchoff do do
Application Denied.
Jobann Hoh - - . Milwaukee co , Wis.
Charles Voss - - do do
OFFICIAL.
PKIE MONEY. Prize money accruing
from captures made by tho following vessels of
the United States, are now ready for payment
by the Navy Agent.S. r.Bruwn,Ej.,at Waeh
lngton, D. C, to wlti
Brooklyn, Itasca, Sooth Carolina, MercedUa,
and Unntsvllle, for capture of the steamer Mag
nolia. Savannah, Flag, Pocahontas, Seminole, Sen
ecs, and Angnsta, for capture of the schooner
E. J. Waterman.
Mount Vernon, for capture of tho schooner
British Queen.
Persons Interested should make application
tO that OffiCO. IZOaUKT BCftKIAK,
Jaa 8 Fourth Auditor.
OFFICIAL.
DxrixTMBNT or Stats,
Washington, Jannary 5, 1862.
The Secretary of State will hereafter receive
members of Congress on business on Saturdays,
commencing with Saturday, the first of next
month.
WILLIAM II. SEWARD,
EDUCATIONAL.
COLUMIUAN INSTITUTE.
OR YOUNG LAD O.S
NO. 450 NlhTU BTKEIT 0ETWKEN E AND I.
The neat session will commence on Monday, the
Dth of February For Circulars containing terms
and references, address the Principal
Any persons desirous of devoting their trtnlngi
to the Stwtvcf MatKinvtfUtt ma) obtain Instruction
at the Institute tetween the hours ot tttn and
nine h W WHIGHT,
Jan 28 lm Principal
I EDUCATIONAL NOTICE. Instroetlon in the
J common and higher Lnglish branches, Latin
and Greek languages, will be given by tha under
signed to private pupils and classes In any part of
the city deeired Previous to enlistment, nearly
fifteen months since, Mr P bad alx years' experi
ence as principal ofthe High School and Academy,
as they flourish In Maine and New Hampshire
Being of no further service to the cauntrv as a sol
dler.on account of permanent physical disability,
he proposes to give Instruction as above In Heated,
iritis desired
Tuition: as for 13 lessons, of one hoar each in
advaoca. Two or three lessons given ier week, as
may be convenient for pupils fn classes number
ing six, tha tuition will be is each
Beat of testimonials given as to character, educa
tiyn, and ability Address
JOHN Met PLRKIN8.
Jan IS tf Box SUf, Washington, D C
"1IRCLE INSTITUTE,
FOIL YOUNG LADIES.
No. 61 X STatLT, Near tut Cibclx
I TLRMS, per Quarter of ten weeks from IS to
iv, eaocorajDK iv nun Bavancemenr, a,ngiisn,
French, Musloand all, Included
Dr. ZAPPONE will give Lectures, and otherwise
assist, whenever he can spare time from his medi
cal profession.
OO S MRS. A. ZAPFONE, Principal
H
IDBSt HIDES!! HIDES III
ssBa-i.a. ma. -.-- '
'wharf on Mith street Wsshtngton, V C , all the
linla
uovernmeni ueei macs on nana at the rima or i
lerms casn, in treasury notes, to co paid at the
GLORGL BLLL,
Lieut Col andC A, U S A
JaolS im
CAMP STOVES I
CAMPSTOKStt
CAMPSTOVLSMI
Wetaieoow uanufaeturlnd CAMP, COOK and
HEATING STOVES, which we will 'sell by .the
doten or hundred as cheap as they can be bouaht U
Baltimore. K. U. AH.LGRXOORY,
nor IS SSI Pana. avenue, near Ttb sUaa
COKL! COKFlf
PRICK HLDUCLDI
ONLY H CLNTS PLR BUt.Ht.LI
Beler much the cheapest fuel to I e had In the 1
city. Ine Coke Is of a superior quality Now Is
tha time to purchase Inquire at (he otnee of the
Gas Light Company, 814 Eleventh street
jan si aoim "
1
(1' 11 n P K O P L K ' s
aiROVLATlNQ LIBRARY.
AM SeT.mUa Street, asear IB.
J 7
pnoroi Aut port it, to, ako s-incit
XT r OAJIIIok,
udacl ornci, wta DtrAatutsr,
Washlaxton, J.su.rv n, wit
rROrosALSwUltxraeelved at this omra until
, P ra , oa taa tnh of rebraary, lees, tor furnish
elliptical base uf 3t lnche (rrenter and 16 Inchea
leaaernxU The ieclmen are tote rut from the
gun head, and a slab, l)t lnche thick, from the
twit,,.!,.. ". . Ti-.i. !. ii"T ,-T "i ' ,,.".
from the ails ofthe eylluder.aud tha teaser axiaof
thebaae
The Ordnance Department will test the spec i-
i furnish the ammunition, and prove the trial
PA "!!"!'! .'t"dr 'or rl.l is soon a. .
slble. and not later than three months fiom th
date of the contract. No contract will be given
nyr will the trial run be paid for, unlere it shall
endure a proof ofl,ooo rounds, with service char
gea of powder, of which son rounds will be with
KfiaslKJ. tJZL"a ?.i.foSBi wSl ? wlth
solid Stiot, and 890 round with hel The testlmr
h will b required to furnish proper facilities for
teBtlng(suehaseonvenlentground,storueOram-
munition, a butt tn which the project lira will be
embedded nd saved, and tha requisite force for
handling and tiring the guns. Ail tha cannon are
ig iw miui qi ins time qokinr oi iron as that or
the trial gun, and tha Ordnance Department is to
have the rlghtto test the Iron during the process
of fabrication of the cannon, forwhlchpurioaetle
whu.iei an av iuiiiU iiru VI cuargc, HI ICnil OOO
JPeeimen from tl-e head of each cannon, andlalu
fn'm rUnders, as before described, at he option
of th" wpfttment, not to exceed ore tor every ten
i ,,,,... . ..,.. i. T - . .- V
'?"??. .."'" B?n t to ''' tle reeular
proof and inspection for runs of Hit namr rfihi
and none are to he rre elrrd or paid for hn auch ai
are approved after InvpeMion nnl ror vMcli
will be retf Ived at the Toundry wh re iit'e. Bid
der will state the numbcrsandcallbcMy thi"nn
nnn they propose to furnish on the foreiiningape
clflcatloas and oondlllonsi the place where they
are to be made, the time of commencing dell re rr
and the rite of delivery per month, thercaiter,and
Uie trice per iiwnd or per gun, for thn finished
eUilOIl ht bltla Will bn rnlptailnil UhImi Irnm
founder aetuII) engaged In the business, evidence
Of Whirl, must aooumiiitnv thft I lil
Fsllure to deliver at n e specltleJ time will sub -
Ject the contractor to a forfeiture of the amount to
Kaa .llra.l .(.. .,. ,-..a. .. i. . .
be delivered at Uat time tool, pirn obtaining
Ulna,., aulll (,. .... J i.ii!Li ..T
u.as. nan tw in(ui( iu cmcr mm Donns, wiin
proper sureties, fnr tta faithful fulfilment) and a
transfer of the contract to another party wlllmube
Its entire forfeiture Didders will be required tn
tile with their bids, a bond In the penal sum of not
iro Minn b.tv,imu, mrjim ojr nor ieaa man tno per
son, conditioned that if that fl U ipivnlnl thai
Mdder shall tomply With his proposM nn I filth-
fully perform what he proiweee to undertake The
bond must be aeknowledred before a Judge or a
rom tof record, an 1 the bondsmen mus be certl -
rvunoi rrrom, nnj in oonasmen must iwcertl-
fled by the Judge of a District I urt of the I nlteu
ntfiiee, or an iminanre omeer inenargeera Lnlted
Statea arsenal to be each worth the peoa) sum of
the bond ov er and abov e all liability s The right
Is reserved to reject all j ropoanls If tlie prices are
deemed too 1 Ich, or if for any causa It Is not dec in-
rd for the l ublle lnteret to aftfent them
i-roposaia win oe sesieu and addressed to
'Gen-
emlJ W Rlnley. Chief of Urdnanre. Washlnrton.
D t ,' and will ha endoraeil " Prvpoxals fur heavy
wmiuu
KIFLLY. Drlg General,
thief of Ordnance
jan 7T-tuthatm
ROPOSALS FOR 1 1 ANK HOWITZER
OBUMtMI. OtlUE,
liar Druarlmunt.
Washington, Jan ZT.lltt!
PROI OSAL8 will b. eeeelveJ ii ihl. m ;til
Jan 77 I hart I
4 o'clock,,, m, on the 27th uf February next tor '. !:rJC.. "mtI ? MJfZAK iJ V& WlitW..t5?t
furnishing one hundred (or less) H pounder cast-1 X,JS, !, !& 1?,?k- tJS "iTi"
Iron HowTtsera for flank defence These Howlti- )? ,,0f"'il n' n nfr.,ha . pa,"lt
ers weigh, when finished, abuut 1 47pounda ea h, ' omce lteierences given and required,
anddranlngaexhlbltlog their dimensions can ho J1 lu''
seen at this offlce.or nt the Cnlled 5talt-a Arsennls
Tliey are to be subjact to the regular lnlted States I I t OflNKR STOIIB FOR nKKT.-Sulta-Inapectlon
and proof and none are to be received V. ble for a Family Grocery Store one ofthe
and II aid for eXCattt auch ltm lnajiMrtli-in anil I bt lnrt In (h fitv. havlner haan nrfiinlawl
htanf HI a.a Kit..MbA.I !. irHi ...-.. t . .
raws, .nu b, v sa'-aw cm vj n I'niiru mniri in)'r(7
or, to be dealgnated by this office Paj menta will
be made on certificates of Inspection and receipts,
to be given ty the Inspector, and forwarded to this
office
Didders will atate the numhrr nt lmM Iff - ihsv
propose to deliver, foot exceeding one hundred,)
iiir (rinvcui ntituuiBviurc aiiiuurii vrry, nnn ine pner
per iound, for tho finished Howltten and no bid
will be entertained unless lt be from afounderrrg -
ularll enured In the buslnesa. aatiirnctorve.!.
dence of which must accompany the bid Any bid
der obtalulng a cuutract will be required to cuter
Into Londs, with not less than two sureties, In the
penal sum of ten thousand dotlara, for the faithful
lulnlment of his contract In all reanecta Tha. bond
must be aeknowiedged before a judge of a court of
rccuru, biiu iiir uonianim mun nm rertineu oy a
Judge of a D.st r let Court of tha United states, or
an ordnance officer In chares of a lnlted Statea
arsenal, to be worth tbe penal sum of the bond over
and abova alt liabilities.
Tha right la reserved to reject all propossls II the
fTlcea are deemed too high, or If, for any cause, lt
s not deemed for tha public Interest to accept
them
Frctposala will be sealed and addressed to ''Brig
adier General James W Ripley, thletof Urdnume,
Washington, D C ," and will bo endorsed 'Troiio
sal Jor Flank Howlttcra " J W RIPLEY,
Brigadier Gene al, thief of Ordnance
iann-TTAiln.
PnorosAEs ron circular mark
ing AND RATING STAMFJ
Tost Orrits DcriatMCKT,
Washhigton, January 12, iM3
StALtn PaorosALB will be received at this De-
rartment until and Including the 90th day of March,
BS3, for furnishing, for the use ol the Post Offices
of the United states, for four years from the first
day of April neat, MARKINO AND RATING
STAMPS of the follewlng description, v It
Class 1.
Circular marking stamps of steel, or any other
durable material, of a elrcumerenr not to exceed
IV tnchea or less, as the Postmaster General may t
airecii wiin tne name oi ine omce mu aiaie, wnn
type for tha years, months, and da) s, In blocks of
like material, with sufficient thumb-screw for the
same, with handles of cocoa, mahogany, or other
use, ni.ta neutuKS vi wiv.i lutiUKnuj, Ui viuii
heavy wood, of a model most couveulent for use
In Droixsals for this class nf aUmns. the bidder
will state the addlilonal charge, per tetter or figure.
for inserting wit hlu the circle, when required sulIi
words and ilguiea as pld, free, paid 10, ship, Kc
Clasi a.
Circular marking stamps of Iron, or any olher
durable material, for the use ol post otflcM and
route agenta on railroad and steamboat Unesiwlth
the name of the office and State, or the name of the
railroad or river line, with tyi fur montln and
dates, in blocks of durable material, w tth suitable
thumb-screw, and handlea of black-walnut, cherry,
or other suitable wood, of a model best ad ted lor
use, theclrcuraferenca of the stamp to be Hie same
as described In Class No 1
Class 8
Circular marking stamps, of ht and duiable ma
ferial, of the same tire of CUsa No li will, the
name of the office and state, with tj pes roi months
and dates, of printer's t) pe metal, iu blocks of am
Jle letters and figures, with thumb-screw and ban
test the same as described In Class No S
Class
Marktngstamps for foreign malls, similar to those
now lu use In the j ost offices at New orii lhlU
delphls. Uoston, Ac or of any other style adapted
to the above purpose
Also, the following rating stani , to conn pond
w.rn tne ciroitmr stsni s in masses i,, anu J, in ,
materials, handles, and work mmi ship, ind surh
uturr rnuug inui-a, nut iiamt u in uui, nn luny vv
required, of a like dsirlptioii, t u n U prKes j
ndlf the stle or material thin i.fslill bo alteic I
b direction of the Department the prlu vhall tm
Increased or reducetl In the sam- prtHiilluii v t
Pal 1, free, mlMcnt, forwarded, post offl . I imlntSH
free, advertised, steamboat, ship, held for potpe
missent an 1 forwarded, cancel, due, due 3, ild 10.
paid 15, paid SI, paid SO, refused, mlsdlierled, not
found, unclaimed
Proposals for Imj roved or patented stamps will
also be considered
The right to riijng rr niter the stjle of the
stamps described In either t-lass u)on equitable
terms, Is reserved to the lostmaster f.enrral
Proposals will be received fur furnishing the
whole ofthe above-named circular stamj s, or uf
esch class separate
Stamps will be ordered for the different daises
of offices, agreeably to the rules now In force, and
according to such rules and regulations of the De-
Iiartment as may hereafter be adopted in relit Ion
hereto
The number of circular atamis required ier an
.. a. .., at, -a at. a...s.l - f m
aiihi la ahartl wm ai tA ait .Ivaa It., a. 1-,1 srn iL. SS--.
iIlU0?KlUor.the Ullr1 1,"td one hundred lor
"" -
Tbe number of rati be atamna fnr thn aam iri(ui
Is estimated at twenty-five hundred
Models of the stamps must aceomuanv theuio
isoaala Lash bidder must furnish, with his proposals, I
evidence of his ability to tumr.lv witii hi hid
Sumelent seeurlllM w ill be required to a contract,
and tha stamps must be delivered at the PostOttue
Department, at the eipense of tbe contractor
Proposals must be endorsed on the outside of the
anv elopes, with "Itoposala for Post nctne Marking
Stamps," and addressed to the First Assistant Posf
Master General, Waahington, D C
M BLAIR,
jan 1 wew Postmaster General
M-
AINU. AGENCY
SOLDIERS KLLlkt AWOI lAlias
Offloe, tio 715 F street, cor Tbliteenth
Communications to be addressed to '
J W HATHAWAY.
Stats Age at,
ot ia-tf Lok bos flfe. Washington. D C
j; II IC I U T
Wanted, three Or four tuna frelrht t a tw nrlr
Aaai-ll t VllTn I m7TIM
1 Pennsylvania avenue,
1 Jan 24-lwecd t door from Fourteenth it
11 J latarasraraasaaaaaai i i I 'infirm
WANTS.
-lirAHTBP. to Uase or to Buy, tome Acres of
' LAND, hlh (round, near the rity riser
I with buildings preferred. Address "F. w,t (Ms
opicet
jaa a-tf
WANTED, A GOOD HOnSC-GinL-onamtl
recommended to do the houie-worlc of a
email ftmtly, and make herself generally useful
To one who cult, en excellent home will be t en
Inquire at 37 t street, between Mnth and Tenth
streets Jan 34 Iw
WANTKD rrrsons to enge Intheltencll
business Anyone can make $76 to $160 per
month
Stencil material nnd Dies of all site constantly
on hand
Hal UAn m. pni.urtii a sivncii won
can at Davis k MiLLiKErca stencil work
B Mllllken, Washington, D C
Jan ll-lm
A HOUSE WANTKD-for a private family, ol
the highest re epectablllty.wlth good references
as to responsibility, fee In any pari of this elty, II
within reach of the city railroad If not a tilted, a
part of a house may do Will pay a fair rent and
will pay for trouble to a person knowing of such
Heaie address Post omce, box MO, M LT Jsnf
A GIRL WANTED for general housework.tn
xx a small, private famllv, 4X7 Mnth street, be
i tween FanG, opposite the Tatent Offlee a good
Washe r and Ironer Must come well recommend,
' d Jan SO
AWKT RUHSR, with flrstehlld. young and
healthy, of the highest respectability, with
good references, wishes a SITUATION to nurse
child Can be seen at Hotel du Rhtn. 193 Pennsvl-
i anla avenue, between tour-ind-a half and Sixth
irrri lonuirv icr niv tiiiib, jioih-ii
TlfNTKD. Ladles and gentlemen to ronsult
y I La eislne, a descendant of JUtrotogtst to
Napoleon tha Great, on all affairs of life, at 411
tie re nth street Diseases examined aod cured In
a few sittings dec S
WrANTEDAt ,he Mw Yorlt Employment
TV Agency Office, No sit Ninth street, near
Pennsylvania avenue, TWENTY-FI Vi. (M) White
ainrl rt-lr-iFtf1 riInr.K.WltKrnnslrtfranra r avnVi
, Chambermaids, Laundresses, Waitresses, Nurses,
I And S4m !- llin. vriiinr? fnlnrorl ainn.tn
1 wait on tables in ITlvate FamlMes or Hotels. Also
wanted, houses Immediately, with or without fur-
.11 a a. . . a..t . .. .. a
I nlture. Lmploversln want of rood heir, will find1
Llaaa aw.i I a. i-...
i lt tu tarir iuTaoijc io cu
N H MILLLR.
FOR SALE Oil KENT.
"Voil aALK
M ii.nTh
wiett? Rrtu.r
1 f Snu rSlhV
AlaK The HOtSE and LOT, .No 433
street, next to the corner of If, La
site or the lot, m by too feet
rnntaiMnn tht.Mm(
"I onthe f""if"
JOaTO
TWLLLING-H0US1 FOR SILE-LOCITED
J on Tenth STnccTtKLRPrnasvLVAKiA Ave-
nle. Aiplyto JWl McGUIRLSlCO,
uct'rs and Commission Merchants
JanSI-6t
i TaUIlXISIIKD n003IH TO ItK.T In
X quiet private family, auttable for gentlemen
I Enquire at 4HT Twelfth street, near F Referen
conuiro bi
ces given and required,
Jan 23 I w
4 BRICK TADLf FOR RENT-between Mnth
:a. ana icntn streets, neir rrnnsyivama avenue
Room for four horses and wsgon
office.
Enquire at this
tan so ii
j .
IV I " ROOMS AND PARLOR TO RENT,
I -...a. -. .o .a a.r aa .. .
such for years, at a reasonable rent to a suitable
icnaoi inquire ai inis omce jan s ii
i;OR RENT KD BAI.K-Tlie Furniture of
I 1 a flrat-rlais Iloardlne House, with Pourtan
A. a
I Rooms, In the very best of neighborhoods, In the
ruuim nru, nuw iiatioB iruni luunrrn iu vixicrn
i boarders Satisfactory reason riven for sellinr
1 or particulars, apply at the Agency Office, ail
Ninth street, near 1
von
rnnsvlvanla avenue
dee-tf
n ii riitai.cn
AUCTION SALES.
B
Y J. C. MeUUIHK A CO., Anctloneers.
CEASM FinsiCIAN. bv catalocue-On TV IF.
DAY, ebruary 10th, commencing at 7 o'clock, (and
continuing each evening thereafter until all are
sold,) we shall sell, on the first floor of the Auction
Rooms, the extensive Library of the late Dr Ben
jamin 8 Bobrer.of Georzetonn, D C, consisting
of over eooo volumes, catalogued and arranged al
phabetically, In two parts, and embracing
Medical, Surgical, A-natorolosI and (hlrurgtcel
Works
Natural History, Astronomy, Botany, Zoology,
Mineralogy, etc
L) clopedlas, Hltor , Geography
oyaes. Belle Letters, .Langu ages
Miscellaneous Books, ete
Containing many scarce Ldltlonsof Works Im
ported long ago, as well as many new and recent
publications
Terms of sale CHth
The sale will take phes without regard to
weather
lersons at a distance, unable to attend, can have
their commissions attended to by tha Auctioneers
GEORGES BOIIRLR, Lxeeutor
JAS C. MeGUlRi fc. CO,
Jan SS dte Auctioneers
T)Y J. C. SIcGUIRK A. CO.. Auctioneer..
u iiut.tinr-it ni sau.ui canal boat
On MONDAY, Kbtuary3,at 17 o'clock m .weshall
sell the canal boat Isaae Motter, belonging to the
Washington aqueduct, and now lying near Lsibys
wharf, just west of the Observe lory
Terms cash In Treasury notes
By order ot WM. R HUTTON,
Chief Engineer
J8.C McGUIRLACO,
Jan J d Auctioneers
VGLNCYOF
JOHN TAYLOR ION a
ALBANY IMFJEXIAL CRIAH
P. XX ALES
We are constantly receiving a full supply of
these celebrated DKALG1I1 ALLS, direct from
Messrs John Taylor A Sons in casks and half casks,
and solicit the patronage of cltlieos nod the ttade
BATLS & WOOD,
239 Pennsilvanta avenue,
jin 91 oi posite WUIsrd Hotel
E
V AN6' rOKTABU
11M II I A 1 L H ,
Ths most dsslr.M. Stote esr ottered for srmv
uic, areua oal to be seen to proe Its suiwrlorlty
our sll others for eomctocia snd facility for
ii.MBi.uft.iivu I or iaio uy
BAIL-. Si WOOD, I
Jan 21 S-M ra st , oroilte WlllsiJ Hotel
13
.ITUs & W O O II,
HllOLllltL iNV SI.TAILI)Lll.l.aS IS
ARM. AND NAVV 8LITUES
A large assortment of
lickles, Ireseived Meite,
Hill, Soujs, Svuces i-c , i.c
P Unesand Llfjuore,
Cigars and lohtrco
W9 Knns)lvania avenue, opposite Wlllard Ho
til, Wathlngton, D i. jm 31
t Vi 1 fl L 1 1 A tl LI
lIOSrilAL STORES
A constant sum Iv of artlclea .d.utrd to th.
Hant-iofoffl eraandmesMCs All goods vvaiianted
of prime quality, snd to glv e entire satisfaction to j
our customers Stores for hospital ue receive our
itpeclal attention, and will te iromptly dellveied
to anv usrt ofthe ritv
IS1X.B vvuiiu.
1
Jan 31 229 Ta av
.opposite Wlllard Hotel
VG h N L Y OF
LOIULLAItD'S TOUACCOS,
( t tecs, fwi, and Wet Tovudt,)
For sale at manufacturer's prices
BATES A WOOD
J.uSl T29 Venn av , opp WUIsrd Hotel
DU. PIS IIUI.AT Tf
Of No 131, corner of Light h and L streets,
Opposite the General rost Office,
t an be consulted on RHEl MA TIC A FFLf IIOs.
tOJSit;vfpT10, LJFUt COHPLAIHTS CUROtlC
ArFLCTJOSS, as well as all Diseases of Imprudence,
of whatever character, and which may be declared
Incurable by other ph slclans He engages to make
an Immediate cure
From bis lengthy practice In the aclence of medi
cine, he Is enabled to orTer himself to the public ae
being the only one In Washington capable of aflnrd
lng speedy relief AI) esses curable will be guaran
tied He warranta a cure without the use of mer
cury or any other dangerous medicine Recent cases
cured In two or three days
N B Letters addressed to Dr F , at his offlee. No
421. corner of Eighth and A streets, oj posite ben
era! Itist Udlce, will receive Immediate attention
VLW LONfiRHSIONAL DIRI LTOR
i silonal Directory for the Third Session ot
tl I iirty-Hevenlh tnnicreaa of tlir I nlted ststea
ot America, with eiifrraved plans of the House 01
aavsjsButa.saiaT vaj IW.4J awii'ej: biiniiiucii
Price 75
cents Published by IHILPA SoLOMONS,
Mstropolltan Bookstoore,
M9 Pennsylvania av ,bst Mnth and Tenth sts
Jaa 37 It
AMUSEMENTS.
rtnOVEH'i THEATRE,
rnuiiltni Jlvenm, ntar WtlUrdt Hotel
Leonard Grot er
Manager
Tinfl EVENING, Jan 98
INCfOsASlNO rURORL!
l.TCREASINO FLtlORLIt
I.NCnkAILN'O FURORL "
HUNDRLDS TURNLD AWAY NIGHTLT,
HUNDRDES TURNED AWAY MGHTLV,
1IUNDRLD3TURNLD AWAY NIGHTLY
Tliltd Appearance
of
Tha Celebrated Comedians,
Mr. end Mrt BARKET WILLIAMS,
Mr.nnd Mr$. BARXKT WILLIAMS,
Mr. and Mrt. BARXET WILLIAMS.
KOPP1TZ CONDUCTS
THL
GRAMD ORCHESTRA.
This evening, first time of
IRELAND AS IT WAS.
J Rstd Tat
Mr Barney Williams
Mrs Barney Wtltlsms
l i . rt -r.
To conclude with
lit AID OUT OF rtVACK.
.Mrs Barney Wllllspta in five characters
raices or admiobioni
Private boses,lj Dress Circle, Mrts tOrchfstra
Chslrs, 76 cts t Family Circle, 95 cts , Colored Gal
lery, 90 els Coloted rarter re, 60 ets
!-- ,, J
u .ft
Ratlirl4 Ba
Feats may i-e secured from to o'clock a m to s
Secured seats 75 reals extra
Doors open at $ o'clocki performance at TM
tan 58
M
AD'E LIZZIE 11 ELL'S
SECOKD
CJ HAND IOIROE
will be given at
TEMPERANCE HALL,
Ettrtet, Utrtrn Xinthand Tenth trrtt
for the benefit of a
HOME VORTHK ORPHANS OF OLUNTEER,
on
THURSDAY EVENING, In. S, 1S63.
MISS LINCOLN, sad tbe
(ar-faai.il rARTI.LLO )AMIL
will assist
MlisLLIZA rARTi:LLOUl.rf,IJfttlif nno
U- Ticket, to be procured st the prlaelpsl Book
I SDiTMusIC stores, snd st the door Doors orn st
7 o'clocki tatrrtslniaeat to commence at K.
o clock Tlcksls 26 rents. jnn 39 3t
DD ymtOWl' HAL, I..
JHE OLD ORIGINAL
C A MP BELL'S J! I N 8 T 11 E L 8
and
U K A 8 8 U A N 1) .
M. C. CAMPBELL
MANAGER
DIRECT FROM TIJE PALACE OF MU8R,
Itm Sthezt, New Tork Cnr,
now onn
AT ODD FLLLOWI' HALL
Lvtav Lvrjiiko tntiL FtariiEK Nothl,
In Tuna Uklquallld
SOIREES D ' E T II I O P E
For full particulars see mammoth posters, pro
grammes, descriptive sheets, Ae , Ae
dmlsslon, 36 cents; Reserved seats, 60 cents
JnW-tf FRANK EDWARDS
O
UPHANS' COURT.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
WASHiaoToir Covmr.lotnt
In the case of Mary L. Waters aud John C He. k
ness, executors of Elkanak Waters, deeeased, the
executors aforesaid have, with the approbation of
the Orphans' Court of Washington County afore
said, appointed Tuesday, the id day of February
next, for the final settlement and distribution of
the persons! estate of said deceased, ol the assets
In hand, as far as the same have been collected and
turned Into money, when and where all the credit
ors and heirs of said deceased are notified to attend
(at th Orphans' Court of Washington Count)
aforesaid with their claims proper!) vouched, or
t,nntin aM dja.. Ht.t. ..wiTaJ . ..7 .
&:!)Mtft.tf?rjsUi,SsSr is.v?rkt'EsSc
uirBin that mnMi !.)..,.. K..i.u.. ..
iisjj uui uinrin.ac vj law w jt,t;mufKl irOBt Rli
.TtdVidkvof rihrViVrv Ami -"-
saldSJdsy of February, law ,..
Teste t
Z. C ROBB1NT.
Jan 10 lawlw
Reslster of Wills
HTIE RAILWAY TDIE-KblCPIiRl
ESPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR ARMY a A LI. a
Hananied Io Run nut ketp IxitUtnt lime
n t u. . a.,., . " ... , A i
One of the most taking novelties of the da) . and
should ictall at j rices from $ to $ etch Mold
onl. av Tiik iAiL,coaiaimng sioi siaoiteu jai
terns Hsavv silver plated, engine turned, per
cas of a half doicn. a Electro-gilded, line Ink -
itatlon gold, beautifully engraved, per case of a
nmi anun, fj mum lacnscsei nan oi earn aiini,
ii
S39 TlmmsCvsii Will be sent bv exrrei with
bill f ir tollectlon on delivery
Soldiers must remit Cash is Alivaml, as we
csnnot collect from them This is one of the most
saleable articles of the times, and Just tbe thing for
those in the army wishing to make money rapldl)
Order early Address
HUBBARD BROS., Sole Importers,
rersse Building, Nsssau sfreol,
Jan 3 lmo New York
N
A T
O N A I. LOAN.
Till: NEW
TWEKTr YtAH SIX rSR CENT B0M)4
of Ih.
V X I Th D STATES
(JSTiiomi at " fin TiKttttn.")
The COITUN BONDS la sums of , ,100, ,300
aaa ,1,000-
The HLGISTLRED BONDS la sums of .50, too,
$600. a l.ooo, ,od sa.ooo,
(Intirttt commencing af date of eurcAatc.i
TOR SALE AT PAK BT
JAY COOK IS A. CO Uanktra,
52 Fflctnl ttreet.
These Eoi. ts ate the
Cheapest Gove unmeet Secikitx
now In the market
Iitrset payable temannualU
IN GOLD
Is equivalent, at resent price of coin, to
s Tlk Clut in currency
nov 2S tl
THOMAS E U.UYD,
JIIOKAtr OH Ct4IJMi,
tSn aqei.t Ton Pinrntmn
T T0R raocoD'a
Bounty Lands, rentiooa, Arrears
of Pay, Lxtra Taj It ,
AQiunuiur, u c ,
1 Alii give prompt and efflclent attention to the
, prosiution ot Claims of everj description against
the Government, and make no charge unless suc
cessful Both references and charges for services will be
made satisfactory
I EJ- Pensions secured for soldiers wounded ordis
I eaaed during the existing wart also, for the widows
or dlsesse Incurred while In the United StaU s ser-
vlcejaleo, Bounty Money for the he'rslolaw ot
seldiers deceased iurt.eg the existing w.r
raes divided with attorneys or other Dersons for.
warding business
The highest prices paid for Land Warrants
Address
THOMAS L LLOYD.
Attorney for Claimants,
No STo Seventh street,
Washington, D C
N B aUitorsofpaperspubllshingtheabovecard
will be entitled to my services to the amount ol
their charges T. E L.
deeis-w -. a
--" . 1 .
ri'IUS IS TO GIVU NOTICE, That tho
X subscriber hath obtained from the Orphans
Cout t of Washington county, In the District of Co-
lumbta, letters ofadmiotst ration on the nersoual
estate of AuriT 1-uLLta, late of Washington
"unty.deceased AUpersoDshavUgcIaimsagaTnst
thai !(. .Iautaiaiaaut .. t..v.. I . 7 ?... .. . '
the said deeeaaed are hereby warned to ail
aauie, with the vouchers thereof, to the Iu
on or before the sUth d of Januarr ne
wiiilT
rill lt Jsmiarii naa.. ).
?Al?lh.tlEw.,"bTUw - scluded from all beoeUi
of the said estate
Given under my hand this sla h day of January,
Ai?n25l- AARON F fULLER,
JanS-lawtw AdmliUBtratw.
M nnirf hww
AMUSEMENT?.
CAitTEnnunv ukiah
canterbury hall,
CANTERBURY HAtU
Louitiana Jtwiw, runr hixt Street.
KXCLUIOR COM PA N'T OFTHE VTORLD
HOUSES CROWDED PEOPLE TURNED AWAY
EVERY NIGHT
Tka Most HasnlfleentlfaUIn America!
It Is acknowledged by both eitlien and strangers
1? " !" B1 tooa respectably conducted
Music Hall In tha countr), where gentlemen can
enloy a plessaot evening la seeing the beet enter
tainment in the city, given by the
FIH8T TALENT IN TltE WORLD
Pionooneed by the Boston, New York, FnlUdel
phla, Baltimore, aod Waahtagton press to be the
EX' LLS10H COMPANY OF THE WORLD
Our motto Is
FUN WITHOUT VULOARITT
LOOK AT THE LIST OP ST t US THAT WILL
ATFEAR TO..SIOHT
Misses Juli Mortimer, Kate Pennoyer, rnes
Southerland, Frank La Folic, Lilly Ihandon, fW-nce-KiverSfJennle
Allen, Hsnnsh Birch, and Little
Ella.
First week af
CUARLIE O'NEIL,
Ethiopian tomedlaa
I N CaRR,
The Comle Dancer
Also,
L V. PARKER tbe wonderful eoatortloolst.
Together with the following talented gentlemen
Geo R EJeaon, Dlek Parker, It W Ecan
Larry Tcolcy, J A. Wiihi. J. g, curka,
The Above named company will appear this
evening tn sa Immense, olio of
StSGlbO, DASC1HO ACHOBATlVilAtS, cje
The performance to conclude with UughsbW
farce, entitled
COCSfjf JOE
Or, notions all Orer Me.
ADMISSION Balcony and Parquette, 73cts to
Orchestra Arm Chairs, so cts j to Private Boxss
holding six persons, $A
Doors open at o'clock) irformanre at H
A i;rand Matinee Saturday Afternoon, at
o ilock, for ladleeand eblldree
Admission Ladles TOeta i Children 10 cts
jsn3-t
-lyAsiiuroTon vah.lktik,
XinlA ilrrrt, iar I'fuitylrania atenn
PROTRIkTORJ . -SrAGL
MANAGER
OALLLT MASTER
MLSILAL UIRLITOR
A HAMDLIN4 c.(..
;anu piiarim
- - .11 YATES
. THOS StMrSiM-
HALL 0 t B L A L T '
Vf Ml Monl ant ImMWtuai Entrtamt fa ffte CWy
Th Btfori of IstAlen entf i.tit of Wtihinjtcn
Cretrats Throng flfi luttitvtton tHghtfv
Rengagemant, for one week only.of
M'LLE IIKLENE,
The most talented and accomplished Artist on the
American stage
Continued auoress of the beautiful
MISS KVA DRKNT,
I Latltled by the Pressand Public the Queen of )ug
Re-engagement, for one week only of
mr. a. ir. lutim.
The lelebrated Talented Artist
Lagagement of
mr. vhvnoE wiAsmr,
The Uurld-enowned Negro singer aiiJLHnr r
Third week of the graceful aod charming Danseuse
M'LLE LIZETTh.
H 8. BUDWORTJf,
The renowned and tMented Negro Aetoi
Dob Butler,
1 he Humorist and Pantomlmlst
PROF. Bh-N YATES,
Andhii fsmous Corps de Ballet of twenty beautiful
young ladle
MISS ADA TESilAN,
The beautiful and pleasing oealist
SAM LONG,
The popular Delineator and Comle singer
PAUL BEROER,
The favorite Actor and oealist
JAMES PILGRIM,
Tbe well known Author and Aetoi
W. DULANT,
Tha famous Pantomlmlst
FRANK KERNS,
The Funny Nig
M'LLE GERALDINE,
The fascinating Danssusa
MISS E FLORENCE,
The little favorite
MI&S CHARLES,
The favorite frrs and Popular Danseuis
MJSSJICIA MARSH. MISS LDITH WUIT1S9
MISS WA DEVLRL.XISS MiR DtMUl.
MISS DRAKL. MISS JLLtA H0SI
MISS L3IMA STFM,
AND rOKTT OTDtR ARTISTS,
Who will appear In chaste and brilliant pert onn.
ances new, fresh, and original
O-TALLNT OF ALL N TIObS
lUAXQE OF rROQRAMMK 2TIGRTL Y
JU'ii,.v JfJaKjaV ut., me oeauuiui ana acrom
I as.ft'SK'WvtsiSiss.t gftsjn bo,,"
i ppr u a new Daai.ST. compoeaior nr
M'LLL MARIE ZOk, tbe beautiful and acrom
DiirK saxds. the Champlpn Clog can-er.M
' log recovered 7rom his severe IndTsrosltion, wl I
hliurtly resume his engagement
I ADMI681UI.
rarquette and Family Circle
I Orchestra Chairs
Mn.le seats In Boxes - - -
1 Private Boxes, (holding six persons,)
tAcetni
60
75
V
lAtioreu curie
Doors open at &l performaare ty eemmenc at
m.Brr tn a n rinck itn "i
, 1u"l,er ,0 B e,ock n
-
1
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OODI WOUDII WOODIII
KINDLINd AND STOVE WOOD!
Oq hsud, tbe test quality of sll klods at
W O O D I
liULV JM) StLTT IK a-.M- l.VOrI CK 1121.
RLQV1FID.
' K I .V B L I y O WOOD
A Superior Article ol Pine, selected expressly for
; kindling, Sawed hort and line Split, as a subtM
tute for charcoal In building Anthracite Fires in
! Radiators. Ranges, S.C
ty Veil of offtt uhen ordered
THOS J OALT,
Office 399 Ptnu'a avtuut,
i Between Lie. cnth and Twelfth sts
Mill end Yrd fort cf SrLxntrtrWi l
Jaa S-tf
' QIIPHAJTS' CO CUT.
I DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA,
I Waihikotom Covvty, to U
I In the case of Lawrence H Morton, adriinutra
torofCjprlan A Morton, deeeased, the adininU
trator aforesaid has, with the approbation cf the
I Orphans' ( ourt of Washington count) aforesaid
I appointed Tuesday, the 3d day of ebruary aest,
j for the final aottiemeot and distribution of tho
Krsonal estate of asld deceased, and of tKnscts
hind, as far as the ssme hive been r.wted
, and turned into money when and where all the
! creditors and helra of said deceased are notified to
attend, (at the Ciphana Court ol Washington
county aforesaid,) with their claims properly
vouched, or ther mav otherwise bv ltw be ex
eluded from all benefit In said deceased's estate
provided a coi y of this order be published once a
Hoekiur three weeks In the iVaWionat hrputliiar
previous to the said Jd dsy of February, icfet
Teste ad. C ROBBINS.
Jin tslaw3w Register of Wilis
7-ALL AND WUITttR GOODS.
MILITARY AND CIVILIAN
theif alTalvi u iV.a,7.,i. J.A,.!lt' j1?
JSL iwT?.r ftSSV?6 "'
KSfeiSSSft.ftf1 J"!! ft' fff T.
&bJki$J&TWP
selected Stock of fine heavy Overcoats w e hsvo
also a complete aesortment of Business Suits, rasJo
In the most durable manner Ctfflcers will Bnd our
Military Gooda desirous to their wauts Heavy
Woollen Blankets, for camp use at reasonable
prlees. WALL, STEPHENS A CO ,
333 rennsvlvanla avenue, between
dtf Ninth and Tenth atrcets.
S
LDIERS' CLAIMS,
If aoldlera. ou tret tin diachsreed from tha hon 1
tals and convalescent camps, and who are er titled
to pensiona and bounty, will call and show me
their dlschsrge certlficafea betore going tothe pa
mt,tr t0 Set PKl) n (here their certincates
B've t0 S UP) tt prepare their claims
I wl,h muchareater certainty, and save them muih
tlme "oub d P"
, ... , c SPALDING,
Attnfnav fA.D.Im. vh) n .l..t
JaalJ-Tm Betw Nnth and Tenh
-
TAFSIRABLE PARTIES WISHING STRICTLl
U flrst-clast boardJoacentrallr-sIluattdh.
may ap ly, addressing Lock Box M.
sons wlUfito pay a tenonitis .l
'ewer. r r
ions euiptf
rice ncel an
jaa ii-tr

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