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I i Hiixotr Evx IUHow Kt occurt to-night, I dui in urn country e ooaervjaucs u, ceased to be noticed. .AeeordUf Jo the oW sot tish tradition thla wutbl nljfcl,. wtlohth witches aad fairies. haMtlMlr high old enrnlvnl., anil amongst all classes dl" people it wM celebrated with merryettntfs; ForS-tlnee WW 'oM and det tlnleiwert read by many 'strains) devlcee. The Immortal Buna .flvee tha idflowkf spirited de lerlpMooof Hatlowee-e night t 'y lorn eatery Meada, eonatrjf folks, Together did eonvena, , To burn their nuta and pull their lUlki, And hold tbtir Halloween, Fo blytta that night. The iasses feel and cleanly neat, Malr brau than whan tbtir fine Tbclr faces Wythe, fu sweetly kythe, 1 ' Hearts leal and warm and kind) The lade see trig, with wooerbebs Wel knotte t on their gartcn, Some yoio blate and tone wl gabs Gar leases hearts gang startle ' Whyles fail that flight. In tble eg of eure, however, nobody believes In fairies and witches, and therefor tha yonng folks take It upon themselves to eonform to the old eue terai, aa nearly ae eircumstentee wilt allow, by raising the ancient Nicholas on their own account. - lathis cltytha young folks disguise thsmselves and play pranke upon thelruelgbbors to a number nf wava.faut the observance hai frown Into euoh disuse that but little notice le taken of the occa sion. AlUTOia Itimi. The follftwlog lteins are clipped from the Alexandria Stait Jounuli ALKxavoaiA Parr ArraoACHina a Huan Baw- nw llnna Tha WUhlufe-. BttmblUOn 01 MSt evening taya that tha number of eourteaaot in the CantteTcaaaot be leei than Atot thoutond. Thle ! certainly deplorable, ae It comprise near one fourth of the population of that city. But the nc eletr of thle city lc corrupted to an equal extent , With waebUfiefl by thle claai of people. There lc not a Street and scarcely an alley within the city limits that le not cursed oy ooe or more housee Ar'iiLhm Th inmatea of tham swarm the streets and public avenues, attend all place of tlUDUO lDUUUint V" ibu mi"" "" elves Into our eburphee. We have no municipal lawi for the suppression of these houses, or If we hve they are not enforced. We have never heard s an attempt being made to rid our city of this constantly gwH ' 0' matin fast KKMuhii inuifdi & hut bawdy-house. DtATHorMn.JoHiiO'NEiL. Mr. John O'Nell, an operator of tha United States military telegraph Corps, died in this cjty last evening at I o'clock of typhoid fever. Mr.O'fleilwasaiounj manof One ability, and kind and courteous manners and ale pesltlon. During his employment by the Govern . ment here he had won the love and esteem of many friends and warmly endeared himself to all with wnem MS Dullness Drouxot mat iu suumn .I-... I. l-am.t hkV liatHtBAll A hAVT and Ittt' parableToss, and tha community an honest, active .i.,iinMtiiimin. Hla rem-klds left nera to-uST at noon for Pittsburg, Per, where his mother and sister reside. They were accompanied by Mr. The odore D. Moreland. of the telegraph corps. Stole!. Quartermaster's Sergeant David M. , Segar, from the Cavalry camp at Glesboro Point. had his room entered faat night at the Marshall Home In this city and robbed of a watch and chain. Two men stopping at the bouse were arrested on SdiplctoD. tt)t were released after a hearlnR before Prrfvost Udge Clark. 'These men were-afterwards committed on another charge to the slave-pen for drunkenness and for disorderly conduct. Sudden Death torrls flplakl, a Government employee, dropped dead near the toU-gfcte at West hnil. on l"ueiJr eveolDg last. An Inquest wae held upon the body of the deoeaied by Coroner Lewis, but we have not learned Its result. The deceased was much respected by bis acquaintances. JJe whi bwp fast evening, ' -AAUON NgWBBROStt'B BODY FOOHD. We mentioned a few days since that Mr. A. Newber- r. of the Arm of Mewberger h. Bohr, Bridge street, Georgetown, had mysteriously disappeared, and fhat his friendewere alarmed for his satety. A reward was ottered for the rejoicrrcf the body. and this morning a captain ofaessel discovered the body Jn the Potomac iher at $ha foot of Congrtss street, Georgetown. The body bora fcviijenne of Mr Newbergers having been dead several dsys. '1 here if ems no doubt that he com mitted suIclJe, as the keys of his store and safe. and alt other articles known to be on hie person at the time of his disappearance, were found undis turbed In his pockets this morning. The deeeaied waiayoung manof very lively disposition until recently; but since his late recovery from a vio lent attack of typhoid fevrr hp has Uen despond" cut aod It Is eupposed the fearful leap Into eter nity was tsken In a moment of total mental abber atlon. RlTAlNlNO TUB CWJTBtNQ OF HXH BOARD ERS Patrolman Walker, of the Second ward, yes terdsy arrested Maude Roberts, keeper of a home of prottitutl&D, No. 27o D street, between Thir teenth end Thirteenth-and-a-half streets. She wae charged with retaining the clothing er Fannie Crawford and another of her late female boarders. She was taken before Jmtloe Clarke, when Maude claimed that the girts owed her for board and bed money, and that she elmply Intended to keep Ihe apparal until she received her pay. On the other hand, the women protected that they had paid her every cent. Justice Clarke decided that the goode choutd be restorfd, which was compiled with, and Mautfe was released. Relisted from D utt. Lieutenant Thlaeat Solomon, of the One, Hundred and Seventy-eighth New Yotk volupteers, wae this morning relieved from duty at tha Central Guardhouse and ordered to report for duty to the commanding officer of hie regiment. The regiment Is about to leave the city. hence the order. Lieut. S , elnce he baa been sta tioned at the Guardhouse, has endeared himseii by his manly qualities sad soldierly conduct to eery one connected wllh that Institution. He bears with him the beet wlihes for his wslfsre and advancement of all who know him In this city. Arrestov a, Bogus Detective ajid Tuiej. esterday Deteotlve MsDovltt,of the Metropolis 'J tan force, arrested a rather vtUalqous-looklng In' dividual sporting the star of a Government detect ive. He gave the name of Edward Schwartt, and says he has been five years tn the army. On hie person was found a spoon and a fork belonging to the Mitchell (late Klrby) House. He was taken to the Kirk wood House, where he was recognized as UMtwho had hastily lcrt after a robbery had been committed, and had fprgotten to pay his bill. A stolen watch wae also found. He wae commit. tedtojsll for a further hearing. Death qb Justice Queen. Uls with sin cere regret that we record the death, at hie resi dence, on Garrison street. Navy lard, of Justice John ji. Queen. The deceased was an acting Jus tice of Ihe peace up to his last Illness, and during his life bad tilled varloui important positions un der the Corporation and under the Government. He servod fur several years as Intendent of the Asylum. . Accident to a Railroad Ewi'Lor". Od Thursdsy night, Mr. Marshall Busisrd, an old em" plo) ee of the Rsllrosd Company, fell off of tonnsge train No. S, and a portion of the train paased over blc right leg, crushing it horribly, from the ankle to the knee. He was taken to Douglas Hospital, wnere the leg was amputated. His recovery Is extremely doubtful. Arrests opon Bench. Warrants. The fol lowing parties have been arrested on bench wap rents Issued by Judge Fisher, the grsn J Jury having preientcd them for keeping houses of prostitution Maude Roberts, MaJ. H. C, Baudlnett, Kate Watere, Jvlten Wolf, (ibis old she-wolf of the notorious den.) Mary Palmer, and Dutch Joe. U la estimated by Mauager Ford that, during the six weeks' engagement, which Mies Msggie Mltchlll will close this evening at his new theatre, her performances hate been witnessed by a hun dred thousand persom. This would put a nice urn Into Maggie's pocket, tiutGULiKQ Liquor. Wm, Elliott, a citizen, was arreited at the Long Bridge yesterday by the guard atatlontd there. Some liquor was found on his person, which he was endeavoring to smuggle ncross the river. He was committed to the Guard house. Fruit Stands to be Removed. In couic- quenceof the laceiaant complaiuts of confection ery dealers, who nay high taxei and heavy rents, Superluten lent Webb will soon notify the keepers oi iruu biauus uu our eriucijmi iiiorouguiarcs that they must be removed at once. ffELUlAV JAVEMEXT FOB L'BNNSTLVANIA AviMPS It U understood thst ftsj French will eply to Congress, In bis report, for n appraprla. tlon eutllclent to pave Pennsylvania avenue with the popular Belgian paivment. Rev. Mr. Qatlord, Chaplain of CatnpbeU Hosiiltsl, will preach In the Unitarian church, WUIU'i VI tf J Mi'l nv' vi HVI'DIVI I Q'GIOGK B. fty, Muni Fotu. Last night, about 7s o'clock. Offleera Berkley aal Welllngiford, of tha Eighth precinct, heiM a cry of murder, which Issued from tha earpenter shop bclohglBg to N. White, 4orae of Second and D street wist. They Immediately repaired thither, and foupd the doors' all locked. n m isrgv crowa gainerca arouno. inayiampw over the fence and broke Into tha rear door, when they found h man named Jamea MeCoaaeil, who was suffering from tha effects of mania of. He waa wrtthlnc La rreat moot. He Wsb taken by the policemen Co the Xlghth precinct station house. ADixnor Thibtu. Dani Buguni, John Murray, Patrick Orady and John MsKnlty, each about 10 years of age, war ell, arrested by Officer Mortice, of the Seventh Proetnet, for vagraasy,aad cent to the workhoueo .for W days by Justice Thompson. They belong? to tha ' Forty Thlevae " that are always lingering around English Hill, com mitting depredations on property, stealing differ ent attlcles, which thayartarwards eell.' They hide In stables and sleep la wagons, aed;we hope they will ill be arrested and aeat to tha workhotses. Riturnthat Aijuk. Oar friend, Marshal P. WUd, at the Clardadoa Hotex. reoveeU the re turn or a hasndeoast photograpnls album, eoataln log forty pictures, and promlaee to pay for tha re turn, and to ask no questioner ' i i I no V Dislotaltt. Joeeph Kogete waa committed to the Guardhouse yceterdey on tha charge of die- loyatiy. He is to be nam (or orqera. r ii . . CiifTRi MlBBBT-rDsjaplt the wet weather ofto-Jsy, the market wae well attended by both ouyere ana sellers. Thcra waa a fair show of com modities, but the ptteee were, aa le usual In Wash tngton, enough to frighten housekeepers The following Is our price Hst to-day i Beer.lbesteuUlVn.i 15 i to Beer,lnext)rn.... to & is twei, (cornauj v ro Beef, (dried) lb Veal ,... Veal (beet euUetsi... n. S6 Mutton (best chops) w lb , Mutton, V quarter..."... 1'.... IS Lamb, a quarter.. . I3S i log ror, umnjfTip.Mt t Pork, (corned) i lb" ., Btcon hams (uncut) lb Bacon hams, (aUced)i)' lb...., Bacon, (breasts) R) .,; Bacon (shoulderaj e lb Bacon, (Joles) t lb Lard Chickens, pair Kggs,oz Butter, V lb Apples, V peek Apples, (dried) v quart Potatoes, (Irish) per peck.... Potatoes, (sweet) t peck.... Cucumbers (pickles) 100,. , Green Corn, Vdos Tomatoes, in peck.,,.,..,,.,. Lgg Plantseach.,....,.!!!'.. Pears, i peck , Graoee. fc lb lM 10 t It a a 10 I w It Celery, V bunch unions, Fpwin .! Lettuce, e hunch ,.. Beets, peck Beans, (butter) V quart Beans, (white) quart Turnips, peck. ,,,,,,,,,,, Cabbage, Vnead ji small Kock, bunch, , 19 to Perch, bunch ,,,..,,., Haddock,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Sea Bass tMitM... Blue Fllh ', cat Fish, bunch Rye, V bushel Corn meal, bushel ShlDSturr.tr bushel 10 ffl 20 I 123 Brown stuff, p bushel,,,,,,,....,, 60 Shorts, bushel, ......Ut '9 Corn (ihelled) builiel;,,,,..,, 1 3d um i carj f uui.. ..;... w IU 1 KO io Rye straw Vewt , Lemons, dos Uulneee.vpeek chestnuts, vqt ,... Chestnuts, v bushel Chinquapins, eqt.... Oanborrlea, qt. 1.. Cabbage for sour krout, 100.. Sour Krout, ay quart Wldaeon Ducks, ev nalr... ...... 10 Ift , 8 DO 12 1 00 s 00 1 I 73 Blue Wing Ducks, W pair.,,,..,.. S Canvas Back Duckak pair., i.II 3 Blaok Head Dueka pair too We have heard a great deal qf the. superior excellence ol Sneer's Sambucl Wne, and of l be ing aoopiea in Kuiopean nospiiau in preiereneo 10 their own production. The most selentlno men of this country and liquor asssyers appointed by gov ernment, pronounce It a valuable article. We can not write more on this subject now,but cheerfully publish the following card, which speaks for Itself. PonTtAHD, Feb. 1, 1863, The undersigned, having become praotlally ac quainted with the Sambucl Wine manufactured by Alfred spier, 01 New Jersey, would say that he considers It a superior article, and far preferable to the quality of Port Wine furnished Is this mar ket at the same price. II T. CUkfMIHOI, M. D , Assayer to the State of Maine. We have heard persons who have used the above Wine express their astonishment that so rich and mild a wine is produced In thle country, and Is now being bought up by the wealthier classes. Our druggists can scarcely supply the demand. Ainwac plants. Ford's New Tubatbi. This eTonlng Mtis Maggie Mitchell appears lor the lasttlme positive ly at this fashionable retort. The beautiful play of " Fanchon," which hae been hailed with delight throughout tne entire country, wui aiso ne pre sented for tne last time during thle present season. The last night of Fanchon" and Miss Mitchell has been so often announced that our readers may ihlnk It altogether a very Improbable statement, but we are asured that Miss Mitchell appears In Baltimore on Monday night. Caktsbbuby ILall. The public seem never to grow tired of the nightly feast or humor and beauty presented at this ever popular place of pub lic amusement, aad that Manager Sinn's unceasing and well-directed effbrta to pleaee them are appre ciated is evidenced oy ine crowds 01 cituens and strangers who may be round within lte beautiful walls at each performance of the large and versa tile company, among whom may be found the names Millie1 Fowler, Julia Mortimer, Ernestine De Falber, Clara Fowler, H. w. Eagan, J. s. Ed wards, Geo. R Edeson. Ed. Murray, and nume rous other useful and talented, ladles and gentle men. Varieties. Lizzie SchulUe as Jack Bhep pard to-night 1 Messrs, Mafflt and Bartholomsw ln a new pantomlmer Mad as a March Hare. A Reg ular Double Bill at the Varieties to-night, In which allthe artistes appear. Remember Jack Sbeppard ann an the pretty girls at the varieties to night Tnu onlvDlaea where von can tmrchaao Jfulfa Rubber roods of all kinds at Manufactwm ericas, is at H. A, HALL'S India Rubber Warehouse, SIS Pennsylvania avenie. between ninth ana lentn sirfwis. aibu, bii uinus 01 nuuver gooua dbuu fully repaired at short notice. mar ss f 1lT Vnnw On .Tul).Mja fllntlilM I h'ewanifaihlonatot A latge assortment for Dress ana Business wear, ine uigmn m nu waia Ing Coats exeell In beauty, grade and finish any thing over offered In this ctty. ocS tf S23 Fa. ar , bet. Ninth and Tenth sts. Who Wui, m CuaiD 1 Wo dcalre local) special attention to tho advertisement of the eele bratad Dr. Velln) .which appears ln another column The Doctor is a sals and reliable practitioner, whose skill and experience is a guarantaa mat ina unior- IUDI VlQlim Ol VVriAlU iuuiw(nuuilu wmibuu- Bdanoe Intrust his ease In his hands. Let young men be warned la time, aad sek the best means oi A Wosnar Advioi. Those who have been doctoring for weks and months without obtaining relief, should consult Dr. Flshblatt, whose oltlee is at No. 431 K street, corner of Eighth straet, and be radlCAllv cured. iSreatv-ttve veare experience has established Dr. FlsUblaft'a reputation a iihyil- siau. moderate. elan. Recent eases cured ln a few days. Lhargee utt. 1 laniiLAt , No. 431 E street, corner of Mghth, opposlU the General Poet Offlee, II K. riBHUUAtl, GEORGETOWN AFFAIRS. During tlio past wotk tho buslooss In this town has been rather dull. The only arrivals of note have been the regular steamers of the Leorgetown and New York line, with merchan dise and passengers to Morgan U Rhlnehart,the agents, and two steamers of Hyde k. Davidson's line of Philadelphia packets. A number of schoon ers, with produce and lumber, have also arrived. Tps Cakal, There have Lfion abqut fjfty boats, arrlyed and departed this week, They were loaJed principal) with coal to A ay's Docks, Bor den Mining Co, Cuniuenanuwataaa iron wo, ami other turtles. Several esselsharedrpaited from the above-named firms, consigned to parties la New ork. Tqa Marut, The markets are firm with a bpwtrd teadutrt Tht CpUowIh Is oar whole H , fTCASOt itl.U.tt4iri M I,' I Flow (nMf) itt.ttini an.-...t..v. ji,j( ll.mllT HBBOB i wci.a'i I.mUr. wneaTrea...,..i ' wblte...u(,.wt.w.. Cora, yellow " white Oate, by measure , Hay, par ton... ,.,. kUfl stuff-Middllnrs rown stun. ., Saeete Fotatoec, per bushel. Apples... . Oranges (per boa) , Lemons (per box)..., Oder, champagne Champagne, bottled, par ease. vtouay....... oldrva................ alt Ground Alum Fine.,.. CoaJjCumberland.. AnUUKlH.MiillitiMII Wood, Pine.. Oak Lumber, oer thousand feet.., Plaster, lump. ground i CONFECTIONERY. JOSEPH BHAFFIBLD'S BALTIMORE CON FICTION KEY, ov oiith nHi) htwih w ahu i. Mr. SHArf IELD has Joe t returned from Kuropo where he haa made most evtenelve purebaseo of Foreign Confectionery and Fruits. He te now prepared to furnish Parties, Balls, Weddlnge and Suppers, with the choicest delleaeiee of thle coun try ae well as of other lands. Ills arrangements for supplying lee-cream and wateMcee are superior to any other tn thle city manufacturing these thlnge, ae he does, by steam power. He Is also serving up, U Me saloon, OTSTEBS la every style. Famlliee can be supplied wllh them at the shortest notice. To all who may favor him with their patronage he promlaee punctuality and eatlsfaetlon. ocK-lw LOST AND FOUND. T OST ON WEDNESDAY EVENING Jj a Pocket-book containing a note ef traa uTTwn tn favor or Capt. W. U. Douglas, by C. A. Pitcher, due lSth November. Ten dollars reward will be paid for Its delivery at this office, and no questions asked. oeMIt QTOLEN---ON BATURDAY EVEN- kj Ing, 34th tnst., from a carriage In the vlclnUy ofThlrteenth and D streets, a PHOTOGBARHlC ALBUM eontalnlnr tatxv Dleturei. "Whoever will return the same to the Clarendon Hotel will receive a lib eral reward, ine manas. oi me owner, ana ng qua Uons asked, QCIH MARSHALL P. WILD. 130AEDING. TItOAnDINa.-A NUMBER OP GEN- X) tlemen can obtain beard at No. 4t7 Maryland avenue between Four-and-a-half endSUth streets, isiaau, c-u OFEICIAL N011CES. QFFIOI A h , Warn DcrAiTHCMT. ) Adjotaht GEaicnAL'e Orrics, Wash 1 koto a, Oct. 11, 186S. ) General Order No. 119. The time lor enllstlnn Recruits ln the Reaular Army under the prevWons of General Orders, No. 96,of June 85,1801, Is hereby eitanded to Decem ber 1,1861, during which tha txtra bounty of 100 will be paid. FT cruer of the Secretary of Wart E. a TOWNSEND, oc3T4t AasUtaat Adjutant General. A K F I U U i NOTICE, WAR DErABTMIKT, ( Washihotoh Crrr, P. C , Jan.ss, ibu. J In consequence of the preesure of b,lnaa nt the War Department, pasiM for elUaene to visit the Army of the Potomac will be given at the omoe of Lieut. OqL Cqniud, IO Pennsylvania avenue, above Ntaeteentn street. ta se o F J? 1 0 I A h, HcADavAsmasI MlLITABT DlSTBICT OF WASIIIHOTOM, Washimoto, d. C, August , isca. ) General Orders No. 3S. All commissioned oSlcere In the city of Washing ton, D. C , under medloal treatment, are hereby ordered to wear the uniform of the Waited States service, aceordlog to their grade. By command of Brig. Gen. martik-dalk. JOHN P. SHERBORNE, au2 tf Aaaletant Adjutant Geaeral. TELEGRAPHING. CkFFIOE OP QIC 1NBEFKNDENT TELSflKM1!! CO., 60S mn tTMll, (On. dpor from F.Dnl7lvuU. Av.au. ) iTIHt A. a. TALCOTTi Uim. RESTAURANTS. R EYNOLDB' UOU8E, COB. OP IJGHTIKITH ST. AMD PXHlt. , WASHINGTON, D. C. Meals furnished at all hours, and at the shortest notice. J. W. REYNOLDS, ocl6 tf Proprietor. MISCELLANEOUS. -DRABS STENCIL ALPHABETS. M. J. UETCALF BQHt 46)i Salem Stkkt, Boston, Mass. The only manufActurere ln the United States, of Brass Aipnauaia al m iguru, u ny gr wui ur iu Mil wmttmtf Sold at wholesale at the Lowed CathPrUa. Also, the bed of IndilibU Stencil Ink, viav ciiEAr. Stan. eil Dies, and all kinds of Stencl) Stock, Inquiries or oruere prompny atenueu w. ooa-am inAVALHY BUIIEAU, OFFICE OF j CHIEF QUARTERMASTER, Waiiukotok, DTC, October a, IBM. On the first and third Wednesdays, 4th and 18th of November, will be sold at public auction at the Cavalry Depot, at Glsboro Point, near this city A large lot of Cavalry Horses, condemned as unm lor puDtis service. Sales to commence at 10 o'clock a. m. Terms Cash, In Government funds. C. G. SAWTELLE, Lieut. Col. and Chief Quartermaster oc2Hltnl8 Cavalry Bureau TNTEHEST COyyONB. We are buying, at the U10UXST MAUXCTraiCES, the INTEREST COUPONS, due November lit, on Government Bonus. JAy COOKE fc CO., ocSl-IOt U2 Fifteenth street. J. F, HODGSON SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEA8UHE8, Can be found at b STOVK WAREHOUSE, No, ra Seventh Street, Between K and L streets, Every day, where he Is always disposed to accom modate his customers with STOVES, RANGES, METALLIC ROOFING, Be, In which articles he stands unrivaled. olMf QUARTEUMA8TERB CONTRAq TORS', surgeon s(, and Contract Phystolane Acuounts and tlafms collected and remitted to any part of the United States, from 3K to 6 per cent. commission EXLMPTION PAPERS prepared by my Clerks In a proper manner for reason able fees, so that those drafted person not legally liable can be exempted from military servlea GfcORQE P. H. DAY fc CO . Counsellors at Law, suit tf Washlnaton Buildings, Room No. IS. STENCIL WORK AND MATERIALS. DAVIS a. co . AT TIH P-J-D STAnb Of J, W WIS. 4U SEVENTH STREET. A teaeral assortment of stock for sale at the lowest cash prices, and work In all Its branches promptly executed. .. sioifttoo , I0BO H 1060 .V.V.M. $jwoo "'.'." S-OO tB0($S.(0 l ".V.V.M awStro :::::::: H700 MonSwM -9 M , (Slow BjtT -sf m - tav "M WANLT8. TITANTED, AT TI1E TREASURY TT Bitensloo, twenty CARPENTKRS. To good workmen the htghoet wages will be given ana steady worn, Appiyasineumeoru)nstruo- tlon, i, ireai fts.tr , Treasury Building. isaiah augers, wvyiiBiu( Arauwgii TfTANTSD.-A OBNTLEMAN WITH V T a small tastily deelres to rent a House with ova or sin rooms. In tha northern section of the elty. Please addreee Bos SO, Republican offlce, stating Urms, loeatlon, Be. .' JyUMf FORSALE OR RENT. TORRENT. A NEATLY AND COM- J? FOBTABLT FURNISHED HOUSE, located In the First ward, but ono aquare from Pennsylva nia avenue, containing nine rooms, gat, Latrobe stove, water In yard, lie., will be for rent from the 15th of November. Laaee from one to three years Rent $ltt pr month, payable quarterly. Ln ad- vis, vrasniDgron uiy roil I70R BALE.-A DAY HORSE, ABOUT ; IBM hands, Syeare old, works well In har ness, and Is a Brst class saddle animal, perfectly gentle and warranted sound. Inquire at No. 440 Ninth street, between O and H, anytime before t a m. and after p. m. octtl STORAGE-IN PIRE-PROOF BRICK WAREHOUSE, foot of F street. Apply to FRED. ft. COZZiNS, osDO-tf Peon, at , two doors from 14th st. NEW BOOKS. JUST RECEIVED..-A LARGE AB sort ment of American, English and French kTATIOAERY, Finn Port mono ales. Pocket-books, Field Order Booke, Blank Books, Printed Receipt Books, Tuck Memorandum Books, fine English Cutlery, Writing Desks, Portfolios, Scran Books, Invoice Bonks. Photegraphlo Albums, ail styles Special attention paid to aagravlng and printing Wadding. At Heme, and Visiting Cards. For sale by HUDSON taVOR, Stationer and Bookseller, pclHm ChronfcS Mi Pern, avenue. MANHOOD; HOW LOST t HOW RESTORED 1 Just Published, tn a sealed Envelope. Price elx cts. A LECTURE ON THE NATUKK, TREAT ment, and Radical Cure of Spermatorrhea, or Sem inal Weakness, Involuntary Emits one, sexual Debility, and Impediments to Marrlaje generally) Nervousness, Consumption, Epilepsy and Fits) Mental and Physical Incapacity, resulting from Self-Abuse, fce , by Hobt. J. Culverwol, M, u, au thor of tha Green Book, he " A BOON TO THOUSANDS OF" SUFFERERS." Sent under seal, ln a plain envelope, to any ad dress, post-paid, on receipt or sin cents or two 1WT BOWERY, NW YORK, sele ImlndSiw 1-ost Offlcs Box, 46S8. pUILP A BOLOMONS, BOOKBELLER3, ARMV STATIONERS, PKINTEU8, BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS, 113 PlHXSTl,YAKlA AVENVC, Have constantly on hand All Military and Naval Works, New and recent Publications, Army Stationery, all kinds, Field Order Books, Field Manifold Writers, Company Roll Books, General Order Files. Tim Hooks. 1 " Army Pay TaUlee, ne'd Glaesee, Held Copying Presses, Abstract Padcm. Pension and Bounty Blanks, Record books for use at headquarters by As sistant Adjutant Generals. Blank books made, and Prlntlnedone to orderon very short notice. Aii muteq nooif s senf ny mail tree oj posing s EDUCATIONAL. rt mo 14 J IKUI ta. n K Itteeti 1 LE INSTITUTE. SEL&.CT SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. 1 treat, near the Circle, one sauare south ni rnn u.. nciwrvn vain inu uin irnu. In session from the Tth ol September to the 1st of July. The usual English branches, Ancient and piuuvra lanxuagca, iiuini too tuiuiuic. aiiu Vocal and Instrumental music, piano and uuitar. MRS. A. ZAPPONK. Prlnclnal. Tuition for anuArter. of ten weeks, navabla In advaace, English branches, elementary, ge. Ad vanced, $9 Kxtra charge (moderate) for Music, French and other studies. auai-tf ISS BHOOKE'S ENOLltiU AND TRENCH BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL. 'o7I30 Pennsylvania avenue. Seven Buildings The Ninth Yeer and Seventeenth Seml-Annunl Session of this Institution will commence on MONDAY. 1EFTFMDLH P). 1M3. Ctrenlari ean be obtained at the Bookstores and of the Principal. sei am NIGHT BOHOOL.-YOUNQMEN deslrlna to obtain an education without ex pne are Invited to attend the NK.11T SCHOOL wnicnwuioeoprncaon vvcunr suAi.win init, 7K P ni , at the corner of sixth and L streets, la the public school house. Frery facility will be atrorded, ana ail are invited. Tickets oi admission may be obtained at the school room on any even- tween laventh and Klghth. By order of the Sub-Board. 0C2S-IW RELIGIOUS NOTICE. SEVENTU STREET PRESBYTE ItlAN CHURCH, WASHINOTON, D 0, 8vcath itrMt. (UI.Dd.) bet. D and K itrmti. REV. W. Y. BR0WN, MWHTIH, REiiDiHcstlo. 40 KUMb itred weit, btire.a O ml H itieiti. Frficblni S.bb.Ui II .'dock, A. M. .bbthBohool si; " " Tbundtr NI(M Serrlen T, " P.M. Lftdle. MUiioaary Socl.ty BStraogcri mad. weloom. at all the a.rvlcei. oolt TO HOUSEKEEPE11S. G1 ILLIES' OtD PLANTATION COF- ers and Private VamlUes are saving nearly fy per cent, by using GILLIES OLD PLANTATION COFFEE, GILLIES QLD PLANTATlUN CUf FEE, GILLUS' QLD PLANTA1IUN LO(FE) In place of other Imported OolTees, such as Java or Mocha. It has been fully tested Ms by side with the dnest Java, and prooounoed fully equal In uni formity of strength and richness of flavor, so that we can, with more than usual confliknce, recom mend to our friends and the public our line Hat ored OLD PLANTATION CUFF I E, OLD PLANTATION CUFF i-, OLD PLANTATION CUrrtr, As our late Invoices are far superior to former shipments. The bean or kernel Is full, plump, and very much like the Mocha or Mountain Cotfee In shape, and when manufactured byournewiirocess Is decidedly preferable to the test grades of Wand totteei and we would advise all who desire a rcallj reliable and healthy beverage, to DRINK GILLIES' OLD PLANTATION COFFEF. DRINK CULLIES OLD PLANTATION COFH-E. DRINK GULPS' OLD PLANTATION COrFf , It Is packed only In one poun 1 tin-foil packages, SSandyOpoundalnaeacei each package having a, facsimile of our signature. The OLD PLANTATION COFFEE Is for sale by nearly all the leading ptrocers and country stores throughout the United states, at THIRTY CENTS PER POUND. Liberal discount to the Jobbing Retailer Trade. The Old Plantation Cotree should be prepared the same as any other pure coffee i good cream, with the addition of an egg boiled with U0 coie, will add much to the flavor. WRIGHT GILLIES BROTHER, Only Manufacturers, 213, 83d, 217 Washkigton st, N. V. oclft-eolmMtw IMPORTANT TO FAMILIES... Tlie undersigned ,havlng perfected his arrange ments ln Philadelphia, New .ork, and Boston, takes this method of Informing his old customers and the public generally, that he la icicl. Ing dall , by express, Prime Chester County Deef, South Down Mutton, Salem County. New Jersey. cal, Prime Philadelphia Butter. Cainns. Bucks coun ty and New itnty Chickens, Sweet Urradi, Phea- Birds, and every luxury of the Kaitern markets. T Clear Boston Pork, Soused Ilgs' leet and Tripe, Smoked and Pickled Salmon and Halibut. Also, n large supply of lorelgn and Domestic rults and vegctauicB. To lanilllea and others gUlng entertainments, this is ths cheapest and best place In Washington to purchase. THUS 11 WILSON, ociS-Jin 119 reun ay , bet. 19th and .utt. sli. JOUN W. VAN HOOK, GENr RAL PCUCUCE and COMMISSION MKULHANT, 1'SALxn IN kuttcr, Eggs and Cheese, Tobacco and Segars, Champagne, Sherry and Claret Inest Brandy, Whisky, Portar, Ale and tilrr. Also, Agent (or Uueea'e Kpyai Cabinet Champagne. CO Louisiana avenue, oovl-etu WaahUgtoQ. AMUSEMENTS. GnOVEU'S T1IEATBB, n 1. .,K..Ji. tf.l. rasfifAaisVBiui, naar muiniaviui LEONARD GHOVER, J ....Ii.. DIRECTOR. THIS (SATURDAY) EVENING,OCT. Jl, LAST Mioat or MR. AND MRS. W. J. FLORENCE. Mill SUSAN DENIN von this viomt ontv, Koppltt's Grand Oreheetia and the beautiful Rabl nesu Sisters. Last time Doaltlvelv of the mrst successful blav of all modern time, Bouclcault's beautiful Irish THE COLLEEN DAWN 1 THE COLLEEN UAWNi THE COLLEEN BAWN THE BRIDES Of'gARRYOWEN. Myles Na Coppalsen, Myles of the Ponies. Mr. W. J. Florenoe. The eventnre nerformanea will eonclude with a FAS DU DEUX by thaoelebrateU Rablaeau SieUre. Doors open at 7t Overture at IK. RATES OP ADMISSION Drau Ami Ptmiiat Circles. DO cents t Orchestra Chairs, 75 kentei Fami ly Circle, 36 cents j Secured Seats, 3d ocnte extra. Mr. Graver takaa rrent nlAAanra In AMnAunntn that he has, at great expense, etTected an engage ment with that Brightest Luminary of the Histri onic Firmament, and acknowledged queen of the vrAmB, mho .wv'ia.t.c nbir.nn, who will appear on Monday, Nov.Sd, giving " Her uw uiaii-iuucuios rtouiuon oi msi loving dui Improvident and unfertunete Lady Isabel, in the thrilling Drama of 1 a o 1 i. v n n a; . ocu nonD'B NEW X TENTH I JuHN T. FORD Mai THEATRE. t STREET. NEAR E. ..ManArer And PronriAtnr. jaiwih nomuaytircat incaira, xwumore ) Last Night or MISS MAGGIE MITCHELL, AND FANCHON, THE CRICKET. " Drop the ourtaln and put out the llgnts,' The soul has a theatre with charmed sights t Let the dream-elvee lead us wherever they will, The beautiful Fanchon Is played there still " kmmernm. SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 31, The besutlful domestic drama, entitled FANCHON, IHE CRICKET. Fanchon Miss Maggie Mitchell New scenery, sparkling music and elegant appoint ments. MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 9, first appearance of the young and distinguished tragedian, JOHN WILKES BOOTH, Supported by a Company of Rare Merit, including the names ot the most distinguished Artists known to the American Dramatic Profession. ADMISSIONt Dress Circle, 60 centsi Pamily Circle, 25 cents t Or- ciirairi.uBiri, te ceuiai rriVAis nox.es, (IU HDUfg, No extra charge for reserved seats, oesi THE TUltR NATION AjB.O O U R 8 E , WASHINQfJN. FIRST FALLMCEftNO. UHAnUlirKHIAii. FOUR THOUSAND OOLI.ARS IN PURSES. (1RAND RUNtTlNQ WEKK, Commcnclnc MONDAY, NoviM.tl.3n. Fltlt nay-MONDAYTNoT. d Sweeptakti for yearolJii .looaatraoo., .60 forf.lt, to nam. and 111 bv th. Qth of Vctokcr. Pur.a of fan added bv ttustrinl Mll.haata nevonauay TUESDAY, not. Id Pun. ISOOt. mll.h.ata- Tulid U.r-WEDNESDAV, Nor. .th-run. I00 9 mile heat. Fourth Day-THURSDAY, NOT.tth rax. Kl 1 mile, a ln 8. Ullb Dm-FRIDAY, Nor. .Ih Handicap, ,10 entrance, play or liayi $10uadded. Single uaah 1 mile.. 8UtliDay-9ATURDAY,Nor.1lh-Putl. $1,000) 1 mil. heata The atakea clo.etl with the following eotrleat MILK H1.A1I. Mr. Field'. Illly, by Lexlog Ion, dam Magdalen. Mr. Bu.h'a b. 0. Jkn Jlruoe, by l4xtnglea, dam Altorf Mr.Wat.on'a h. n. Cipuln Moore, by Imp. Bal rownle.dam Jeonr Roae.by Glencoe. Mr. Wataon'e eh. 0. Aldebaran, by Commodore, dam Nannie Lew!., by Glencoe. Mr. Hunter'a b a. Copeck, by Lexlegton, dam Itoaetle, by Imp ork.hlre. Captain Moore'a ch. e. All, by Mahomet. Dr. Welden'i b. f. LI11I0 W., by Imp mythlan, dam Prunella, by Gleneoe. HANDICAP, .Mr. r. Mr. Bu.h'a b. 0. Bn llruce, by Lexington, dam by Altorf. Mr. Vat.ona b. e Captain Moore, by Imp. Bal rownle. dam Jenny Rose, by Qleocoa. Mr. wataoa'e eh. e. Aldebaran, by Commodore, dam Nannie Lewi., by Glenooe. Mr. Hunter'a b. e. Copeck, by Lexington, dam Ro.ette, by Imp lork.ture. Caittaln Moore'a eh. e. All. bv Mahomet. Dr. Uelden'ab. f. Llizle W . bv Into. Scrthlan. dam Prunella, by Glenooe. ntranoe, a per cent 01 the puraea. Hacea and Trotting oomm.ncea at 2 o'clock p. m. leh day, under rule, of the National Courae. The United !latea Braia Band will be ln attend ance datlv. rot an ironing rur.ea, a toenier anj n to atari. picuoeranin car.., .iii. single aumu.ion, pi. By order of the Board. octCT A. MOFFAT, Proprietor. CLOTHING. TJOY8 OLO ,P In receipt of Children's Clothlr. OLOTHINO.-WK ARE NOW a larre assortment of Hots' and ,1ns of the newest atvlee. suitable for the present si.aaon for dress audschool wear, to which e Invito tho attention of parents. WALL, STEPHI NS fc Co , 344 Pennsylvania Avenue, between Ninth and Tentb streets, apr 10-tfif Star A. Intel .p ENTLEMENB CLOTHINQ.-WE JT have now In store a full stock of Gentlemen's Spring Overcoats, Business Suits, Dess Suits, and Purnishlnr Goods of tha latest atvles. manufactur ed with the same degree of neatnees.styls, and ele gance, aa If niede to order. V Abb, flll.rill.113 ( U , SK4 Pennsylvania Avenue, between Ninth and Tenth street. nr iti tflf f star H InUl 1 W INTER OAIUIENTB. NEW STYLES. BOYS' CLOTHING. We are now tn receipt of a large assortment of D(l ft, adiI LflILDHI N'S CLOTHING, of the new. eat styles, suitable for the present season for dress and school wear, to which wo 1m lte the attention of parents WALL, STEPHENS U . UOIO-ll II t T., !' U UIU Ut alesSe. R EAL ESTATE AND AGENCY. QENEItAL Everybody should call on N. H MILLER, INTFLI.IGENCE OFT1CE. For servants and real estate. Agency No 011 Ninth street near Pennsylvania avenue, (north ) Particular Attention paid to the renting of Dwel lings and Boarding Houses, stores, he Real s late and ether Propert) bought and sold on com mission Property holders can obtain tho best of tenants without charge. N B The test of relcrence given when required. ocH-tt TJ EAL EBTATK "T-,rsone bavins; HUUikSa EAL EBTATE AGENCY. rsons havlntr HOlTHkS and LOTS to SELL, or HOUSkS to Ilk NT. will do well bv callinr on ih subscribers Also, pisc-ui desirous of Purchasing or Renting Dwellings can be provided for. Prompt atttatlon given to all Real Estate bust- "pW to WM. W. BURDON, With i t nil sv niiinun nt....... Real Estate Brokers, and Auctioneers. Room S, oorner 7th and Y streets. Refers to Hon. . U Pomeroy, U, S. 8.1 Hon. L. M. Morrell, U N S ( Hon K. K. Eenton, M. V 1 Hon Lbapln Hall, M. C Hon. G. W, Scoftleld, U. C.t Hon. E. W. Irieuch, id Auditor, and others. aut IV MILITARY GOODS. TVX I h I T A H Y OOODB. WALL, STEPHENS k CO , 44 PEMMSVLVAHU AVENUE, Oder the largest assortment In this city, erobrae tDgaltqualltleeuaedby ontoers In the Army and Nay, such as Swerds, Sftshee, Belts. Shoulder-straps, Hats. Cans, Pistols, he , fcc , with a tine asiortweot ol u&llttna clrdhlns;, with which we can furnish otO. cers sompiete outnta in a few momeuti WALL. STEPHENS CO.. V4M Pennsylvania Aveaa U uth 1 Ktar,& chron.l art 10-UU AMUSEMENTS. riAMTERBURT BALL. CANTBKBUKT, CANTKRBURY, CANTEtlBURr, IhUh iu, mw U cermrr tf Siw efMef (la r.ar of th. M.tropoUtan and National Hot.la.) BIQN OF THE BIO CALCIUM UQHT. ffa. E. mun Manager and rroprWtor THE RATIONAL AMCtimtNT CAPITOL! THE GREAT PROGRIIIIVE INtTITUTION I THE ONLY E1TABLIIHMENTOFTHEKIND which haa kept pace with th. eplrlt .1 th. ag. and ner.ritanda .1111, but .till keepa onward loll. bright triumphant eourie. INDUBITABLE EVIDENCES OF OUR SUPE RIORITY eonatantly accumulate. HOUSES CROWDED NIOUTLY 1 AUDIENCES WILD WITH DELIGHT I A OIQANTIO ARTISTIC ALLIANCE! MORE NEW STARS I Whll. th. gr.at company r.malna Intaet, . THIS SAENINO, Flrat wpearanc. of ih. great V.raatll. Com dlana and Ethiopian Dlln.atora, II. W. EAOAN II. W. EAOAN ASD J. B. EDWARDS. J. S. EDWARDS. Continued brilliant auoeeee of th. great T.rpil- ehorean aod Eutarpean Quartette, ERNESTINE DE FATHER. MILLIE FOWLER. JULIA MORTIMER, iijAnA iunu.iv Flrat tlm. of th. thrllllnff drama of DICK TURPIN 1 Or, LIFE ON THE ROAD. J, S Edwarda aa..... Dick Turpln H. w. ihagan a squlr. Whlmaey Geo. R. Ldeioo ac Jaeky Gooaegreen Supported by the excellent dramatla company. Flrat time of magntflcnt ball.t dlrertUaement under the direction ot MO.1l. GUILLAUME FOUCHE, : entitled LA 8ARABANDE MILITAIRE, In which Mi.i DE FAIBER and the MU.ea FOW LER will appear, aaalated by LILLIE BRANDON, KATE HARRISON, JULIA RICHMOND, LUCY CLIFTON, M'LLE JENNIE, Anu THE ALBUM OF BEAUTY, THE GREAT PRROTEAN COMPANY, Comprlilog the gret comedian and comic 1 ocall.t, GEORGE R. EDESON, who will alng aeveral new Songai Ma ED. MURRAY, Th. Great Negro Delineator, who will open an (aura new jjuug.i 01 i.oraigauueii .-...i.. . .uw.o a. .inu.4 . nun u, n. .'tun.,- MKR, H. W. WILLIAMS, H. S WOOD, J. S.L VASCLABKB, MONS. SOL, T. BROWN. -0 , ho , uiu tarn i.ur-ogr.pa..e toriis, in tna nasi ihii oi ins Admission 98 cents Orchestra..... M cents private Boxes, no Mini; si a persons s& Doors open at T o'clock! Performance at s, POPULAR FAMILY MATINEE. BPOULAR SERIES, SATURDAY AFTERNOON. Admission i Ladles, 20 cts j children, 10 cts. TUESDAY AFTERNOON, NOV. 3, 1363, EXTRA GRAND MATINKK for the BENEVITJ of tL o .WASHINGTON PROTESTANT OR. PHAN ASYLUM, Given under the auspices of tho Lady Man at ere of the Asylum, to whom the Entire Proceeds of the entertainment will be handed over. All the memliers or tne Canterbury company I1AWNG OLUNTKERlD THEIR SLR JCLS, The Mali, with all Its expense aod resources, belns; oluntartly tendered b Mr. Sinn. A Programme arranged expressly for the occa sion will be presented. oc-tf TrARIBTIEBr VAH1KTIEBI V Fronting1 Pennsylvania avenue and Ninth st Hamlin J. Co, Pronrletors Fltislmmons... .btage Manager and Advertiser Tha neonle'a favorite Actress. Miss LI7ZIE SHULTK, the sjorlous young Comedians, MaK. vii an i UAKinui.utne.wi w. tn, anu j. it. nui WORTH.tbe Inimitable Fthloplanst M'Ue L1NA W1MJLL, Moos BAPTISTIN,twentyprettyouog Ltxllesi twelve other Stars of the Music Halls. Aim xcat cuiMiiun niKUwa uitn nuruitactj, 111c perilous adventures and halrbrcath escapes of the daring and notorious In Two Ae s, l leven Scenes and six Tableaux, and tha comlo pantomime of MAD AS A MARCH HARE. Nearly One Hundred Songs aod danuca I Navy Yard and Arsenal Workmen and Employees tn the Government Work-hops I Remember Saturday Nlrht at the Varieties 1 The Mammoth S5 and do cent Show of the city. Mora stars and more a rlety than any other Music Hall In the World PRICKS OF ADMISSION Parquette and eauilly Circle, 23 cents Orchestra Chairs, W cents i Single scats In Boxes, 15 cents Private Boxes, (holding six persons,) $a t Colored Circle, 30 cents Doorsopenat 8 o'clock iverformance commenecs 1 8 o'clock. ocit Wstivals71tc.7 ST. PATHICK'S FAIIJ, ODD FLIXUWS' HAI.L. Ataitetrof faneyand u.eful article. for aale THE 0ONFLCTIUMe,HY and Lunoh Taole. aunptled with et erv delloacv. Tilt. LADIES aolldt th. patronag. ol Ihelr frlenda and the publle. ocfltMl rpjIE KIK3T Q1IANO 11ALL or TIIL POTOMAC ASSOCIATION will be given at Ialand Hall, corner of Sixth and D atreeta, Ialand, on THURSDAY, Not ember lath lor particular, ae. futur. advertlienenta. Dy order of th. Committee. nc39-3t WINES, ETC. pn E 1) . OOZZKNB KNNSVLVANIA AVENUE, Corner ,ot Fourteenth atreet, Waahlogtoo, D. C. I. Sole Agent for nlLLENTlUL'S TOBACCOS BUl'EKB CIQAR1, For aal. by FRF.DERICK 9. COZZENS, FENN9YLVAVIA AVENUE, Corner ol Fourteenth atreet, Washington, D. C , And No. II warren'street, ocll-eod Nete York City. N. L O N a W O 11 T u OHIO WINES. FRl'DERICK S. CUZKNS Is Sol. Agent for NICHOLAS LONUWOIiTH'S OHIO WINES. I-FNNJtLVANIA A KNUF, Corner Fourteenth street, t ashlngtoo, Ii. I , And No. 11 WARI1EN STRJKT, llpposlle llulson llher RB I1 ot, New lorlc OCll-fOd ATiSTTuKJlJar iikckivku khom l Uwinanr.n larg. 1"' of RIUNISH W1NI.S . the "ry bt quahly. which will .. .old by tha "''""''"""""u A. SrRlNOMAN'S Columbia Hotel and Restaurant, 4S4 Fennsyh anla avenue, Washington, D. C. octa-m EDWARD LYOBTT. BOORBINDEH, No. 371 Ptss. AVB , Wasiiimmtoit. D. C. Books bound ta every style Turkey Morocco, Russia and calf. JeT T TWl.?. AUCTION SALES. ASSISTANT QUAnTEBMASTErVB OTrlcr.. corner of o a. -r-?ZZ. . " V eimti, WAlHlimon, D. C, October u'imi ' Will Kl mIA . O..KI,. ....., .k.r r fourth WMUmdayi, I Ith and ssth of NoSmMr, the Corral, near th. Waahlngton Obeerratory A larg. lot Of IfofM. udTMulM, oond.ma.d aa unlit for public anrlM. iinnnnnmil I.O'eroeK ..m. Term, eaah, In Government fundi, , ,. CHAS.H.TOMPKmt, o4-Kt Captain and A. U. M. V. Ilnr. ?. Y JAB. O. MeOUIRK v CO..' NUO RniCIC HntT.C AMTl ffnw . . ... ,.tIT70! FB'PAV AFTERIIOON. Nor.mtVr .. f ' 1 i,.cltl on th. premliee, we .hall aell Lot WSflVVP.' 'i . TO,fxonUniisf.5 -.hiw. ' ma" 'unBIg io i..t tog.th.e rtoVBv.JBw:lr,,'ei.ui',' ' of troct o. th.nr.mlm TO "" " a.!?."""0" " wuhl ,wo WMk tKm ConT.yane at w,t of th. Durchaeer. .a.. wconiRE fc ca. Anoti. 5 RJ V IF, L, flH.OO IREAT.AI V riV IIIBIBInn a.m.. nltur. and HOUMfuralihlna: Ooo., at EdSST are.n'a Cabln.t Manufacmr, IW WwrSS ?? VWJM'. "4 ElghUentR Seta. ?i' V."S'JI? Mventeenta and ElghtMnth atreeta am J1V' l"X t ' "ov.moer, mtSi'SSil will aell, by eaUlogue, until the whol. atockof Cabinet Furnltur., whlcb ', of 'ut. cTJi !nd.1l.,.'w:w 'yaS! ywr," orkn,Sfp, 5SSJJ i5 ? '.V11.0' Houmurnlihlnr Good. ar. 0Ju'.1net..OW-.B;!!S 'r,'1"" hU Roaewood Chamber Sultea, Ro!fI!?w,.,ul,, ol Parlor Furniture, oak Chamber Suite, and Oak Hdiboarde. Handaom. Roaewood Dreaaloc Bureaii.' Itoaewood Wardrobe., handaom. Walnut Dm. Bureau., ' Thirty Dreea Bureeue, """chllraf "",,I, a W1'"" A'm "J Eaay Roiewojidj Mahogany, and Walnut Sofaa andTete- Roaewood, Hahogany, and Walnut Rocker., Mlr- v """" andoille. Table, and Dnkl, 'TabTti1 "'' c'"lr,,"Jon and T.ipoy Walnut and Mahor.ni tl,aVu. S3 Fainted Wardrobe., ' as Curled Hair Matreiaea, 23 Shuck Matree.ee, m oozen uanMeet Chalra, ll!!!'!S1''?'".",ll"i Hl "i". virfefy '' " ' B,J,,"J,i ' Refreahraeni'Tablei and Waah.tand., Kiten.lon and Mahogany Dining Tablea, French China Sevrei Tea Seta, 37 and 38 plecea. French China Dinner Seta, piece., " Gla.a wine Tumble., and Frulta, Plain and Gilt French Chine, ""'" Larg. quantity Wlnea and Water Bottlra, rMoVl"cu"'' L"i r,l,,,, ,ai t"" 'OT'. ldonTet.fe'l. Caatoia, dlirer.nl kind., with many other Gooda not her. named. Terma: All aumc under .50, caahi over that amount, a credit of 10, to, and tod.ja, for approve" endoraed note., bearing (ntere.t. ' ' pp"" AJetion""' '" " ""' "' l,M- "-"" 0' ' Th. attentl.n of th. trad, la Invited to thle .air. tjp Th. Gooda will b. op.n for In.rwelion. Md cataloguea ready, on the Thundaypretlouato th. ! , , wji. i. Wall k co. B Y W . L . W A L L & C O AUCTIONEERS. HORSK AND CARRIAGK BAZAAR Ana. na.ruaiiuHY, SALE OF HORSaAt, CARRIAGEl M LODISIANA AVkl wtwnn Ninth and Tenth ate , Waahlngtora, ........... A0"7"0" am evert TUESDAY, THURSDAY, AND SATURDAY. cash advanced"on CSNUONMENT. STORAGE rORCARRIAOES. HORSES, CARRIAGES, A, , Rm.Iv.4 for PrlTau Sal.. ie-tr W, L, WALL At Ca, Auat. BUSINESS CARDS. wiiliam riTnt. i u mini:. johtox. ?" TUH, I1ISE i POX. ATTOIINLYS AT LAW. RIAL KSIAII, CUW AND TATrT AOIKTS, (Ojtpo.lt. Po.t Office.) ' WASHING I UN CITY, D. C. N BComml.itonero for Allthe stateS) oc33-lm JOHN JOLLIKFK, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Haa removed hla omoe to Ih. Nortliea.t oorner of Fand Fifteenth atreeta, opposite the east entrance of th. Treasury Building, Washington City, D. C , Attenda especially to elalma upon th. United late.. leia-lr LEGAL NOTICES " sl UrHLMK COURT OF THE IjIH. TRICT OK COLUMBIA. IN GEN1HAL TLHM -nrrnnri. tui It appearing to the Court that the following per cons, holtlleg the oltloe of Constable In the District of Columbia, on the U of March, isii, have not taken Ihe oath of Allegiance prescribed by the act of July 2, 1SS2, nor entered Into bond ae required b) the act of March s, lew, the Court declares that they and each of them became and were Incapable of exercising the functions of eald offlce, frumsaU day, and orders that they be removed from said otllce, and prohibited from exercising the power of Constables lu said District, to wit t Anullla R. Allen. James ft. On si, J. M. Baraeclo, John T. Baker, William D Bell, Henry Ebellng, George W. H. SnWh, John H. Wise, Henry A Wright, R. H. Dlgl.cs, John M. Lloid, Jacob G rultoo, James (rsstr, Kobeit P. Hazzaid, Amos Hunt, I-cancls A.Jones, Richard SedxwlcS, John A. WlUet, Ata Gladman. JohnT May, Jbmea Bggutt, David Jacksun, Horatio R. Merry man, John W, Martin, Uriah B Mitchell Joseph B Peerce, Wm. K. Smith, Wm R.Wall, Jamea T. Lld, John W. ReynolJs, rauclsS Edalln, BenJ. T. Watson, Wm. Young. James Donaldson, John W. blbly. Eneas Reynolds, Jacob Ash, Thomas J, Kelly, Robert U Maatia, 'i homes Williamson, James litnoatj. WatterB Wlonce, Jedersou Robin ton, Chas W. ArnoM, Henry Nash. John A Stele, samuelMcarsoo, Wm L. Hois, John N .ates, HAiuuelN Chlpley, Ihorans Irwin, Wm. H. Barneclo, James Burey, James Lallan, Walter Pomeroy, James Thompson , Jos. P. ttanneli, Henry S. Uard, Hugh Douberty, Matthew Collins, Voi.H Panning, Henry Grler, John H. Hllion, Horace B House, Thou. is lluiusill, John L. Turner. James P. Woollard, Wm R Plowmen, Wm Harper, Joseph Anker. A. EVl.K(se, Wm.E. Martin, Wm.MfMoreland, James s. Norwood, William Rraddy, Joseph Willi aru son, George WahL Joe. B Staolej, Joseph A. GUI, James A. Coo tier. Thos 11 Roblason, James H. Suit, H, C. Boudiaot, Wm. Waters, W m. D Sernn, Augustus Cere eke, Julius E Schwabc, Wm. G Tanner, John R. Creole , Irranols Ward, Tbomas Staokpole, Wm. I Craig, John McDermott, James W. Stewart, Joseph S. Williams, James Fltzns trick, Augustus F. Berr) i dw. 0. Gardiner, John R.eraon, Wm H Saunders, Vrank 71 miner man, thas. H Merrill, Johns Waugh, Lewis llohlcg, deo Donaldson, i !. I. Hnarnisin A.NUlTlsrURTIURORDrnEDthattheClerk rle notice, by puldlcatiou in the morning and e. eolDC papers ol the city of Washington of tho forccoliig order, that the following are tha onlv persons who hae oomplled with said acts of Lou Kress, and that the) alone are authoring to act as tousiablrs In said District, to wlti ratrlCK II uausnrau, dimcj-uii muuu, William jiiarun, jamrs M. Duaher, Robert KMagee, John H Stewart, James A. McGowao, Alfred R Melin, Jacob . King, Joseph V. Kelt), Richard 11 Iruoneli, Robert B Hughes, Ma. u rift. (I I iiulirr. L.eo. P. Hotcbklas, John Dewdney. Francis W. U-lclaier, trancl o'lallaghan, Lhaa.U Uklort, George F. Hugurly Wm V Boss, David A lUrrover, Wm. H Lusby, W iu. tammaek, Johkll. Wise, George T.fslbbons, B) order of tbe Loun Test! oct30-3t R. J. MLIG9, aerk l'IMNTING. 1 ?01LL A W1TUEUOW, KAM l'HKSft PKINTKUS, Lunsuiuiiun duiluiiiu, c rrnsET, betwech buvertii aim twilvt-S m.t Otw iqvart North of PnMtWtkMia avenue. nay -Ssnll Waailigton,D,C