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Tai 8rwo akd Brauu Funioiu. A Cosgnolt. tomalnloK tUnmntt'i'iiMAj wit and th, dtmudi of lit tollol Mutant w mil laporioia. If Otnpmau ramatn hon, tbo adlto of Ib.lrlooi.koldiiul nulla, and Ittj, ..u ,u piruaoon, w; rooiaonu or uo eapltal, unit b, budjonul aootomoi. Bottn.j sood W " pprtkoMlom. Mr. Willi.,, I,.. i. Tortt frtiht from Pari, 4 olk.r oltloa, a. .no.on ua sou suiimi adonmonU for to, ft. mil. form. If oor lad frl.ndj ikoald to to rhtla- dolpMaorNowTork, thoj eo.ld lot poarfblj nd mor. Literal artloloij tod Ih. axlra p,nM and htl(oflh Josraojwoald U loit. WlUlan It Vlow owning froibl j imd, and Import.! Partilan 1,4 ddbIi, of azo,iUlU itJt, kluk lUk mutUUi, noi.nlog robot, llm lax maollllaa, wblt. ololb coiU, (loltabl, for iprtnf.) tailor bat, for ladloo, lad!u ondargarnuot, of all daMrlptlooi, nloolj ntdoi tvallacoa, of alqutilt, worktumhlpi rib- bom with th, laUit (fini of boot, bomBlnjblrdi, to. modal. 'ion tot, of trlmmUf formanUllao and drunii m.d,M Hon aad tllnr Volt baoUot: modal- Hod hair nota, "o. Th. dliplaj of artltolat llowonl, qm'to frjoon, rlralllD( tho rloh.it eon nrratoriM, and la arUfloial hair, which U now pnparod with nk tatto, WlMaa'a anortnont li UMqoallod. Slobr tramj, fort lnahot In longth. and ororj rarlolj or oapuiarj onunwnU art to foondlh.ro. Wo bar montlotul onljaf- , tbo loading artlolot of faikIo'Uo f.nv j "" ' wbloh atUntlr yeonj Isdl .tspenslrtg to BaaK'mvrv. nnair am uir .itr,, t WlUl.n,wbo ar. roal a. .ttrt , th.lr profonlon. W. tho.Id bar. add.d, I ,, tMk h, alwajtalaraatortm. ,,, ,aperi;, f omory of th. ..UWa' Xota'. a..oufacln .. vT'n'', P-"t.Tho mo-,lM Ba.ilnfof tbo Pal ......... .utnly , in mvm- Aoaooiauon w, ... . ,- onlog. at Oorm . .' '' toning. . nj, M.,,,1 ,r "-- Darni, norc iiir. aod 1L A. A namV rj. rfr jwt B0BiBllt4 od ,lMt,d l0 r"V th floLialttM tppotfittd lo prtptrt Aititatlon rtporttd tb um, ftod It wu-vdopUd; offlin ltetd at tb lut ntttlDg wtrt in atalltd. And ttTeral lttttrt from otbtr uioolfttlooi nad, ihowlof th progmi of th Ight'bonr moro boot. For Albaxy. On Tuesday afternoon "War den Brown, of tbo count Jail, left for Albany with tho following namod prUontra for tbo Albany Fni. ttntlary, harlog btD nntopeod at tho pretont torm of tbo Criminal Coart l William Young, oon TloUd of robborj, throo yoart; Tbomu Oolllor, allaa Hoary Amoi, ooaTlotod In twooaioi ol laretny, olgbtoon montba tachj and John Ilinry lonnuanaioj, fattiek Joyoo, Joan urownf rfm, Golloway. Samaol Urown, H.nry Waon. Jamti Plneknoy, W. W. BowW, WtUI SamaoU. Wm. Wood, Charloa 13. Tjlor, Jlnaa Day and WUlUm Whlto, conTlwdoflaony, onoyoaroaeh. -A- "'xAiir. John Woodward, a colored tnan, itr arroatod In Georgetown yottorday morn log by offlotr Faroton charged with eommlttlog a rtf t, In Alexandria oounty, nponallttleglrl named J uoy Lomax, twelro yean of ago. from tho or! denoo before Jnatlee Bnokey It appeared that the prtioner had eharge of a colored ehool-hooeo, and the little girl waa one of tbo poplla. He was tamed OTor to tbo Virginia anthorltlea for trial. An Out baoe. Yesterday morninff a col ored man entered the bat ator of Mr. Jamei Y. DarU, under tho Metropolitan Hotel, and applied to one. of the young gentlemen to purehaae a bat. After looking tt lereral and not finding one to pleaae b'.m. bo vied very Uiultlng language to wards 'the eletk and itmek him ta the face, after whloa he ran from the itoro and laeoeeded In mking hU oeeape. Admittkd to 1) a ru Yesterday morning Benjamin F, Hough, who waa committed to Jail on Wednesday on a oharge of abootlng Samuel 8. Qaa klot, In Georgetown, on Saaday lut, waa brought before Judge Wyll on a writ of AaUas totyna Seroral wltneuea wen examined, aad the aecased was admltud to ball la th lum of $1,000, Mr. Wm. A Boat becoming hli bondimaa. Committed to Await Acquisition. This morning, In the Criminal Court, Isidore Phillip .was brought before Judge Fisher by the Deputy Marshal of th southern district of New York, her Ing besn arrested for forgery on a warrant Issued by Judge Belts of that olty. Jadg Fisher or dered tbat Fhllltpe b oommltted to Jail until dls ohard by due course of law. Tub Waiiiixqton Abtlux. Mr. W. E. Hutchinson bavlDg declined th appointment as Intendant of th Asylum, It Is reported that the position has been glren to Mr. E, Adams, ion of the late Intendant. Mr. Adams baa many friends who will bo pleased to hear of his appointment. The Orphans. Tho children of the Fro- teitant Orphan Aiylnn will Tlslt the Fair of the Sixth Presbyterian Cburen, this afternoon, fey In Tltatlon of th lady managers of th fair. Good mnsto and a rarlety of entertainments are oflered at the fair erery afternoon and erenlDg. Skrenade. Last evening the citizens of Michigan now resldlog In this city, accompanied by Wright's Washington City Band, serenaded Eena tors Howard, Chandler, and the Represent kUres atom Michigan, Selunq Liquor. Patrick Mann was ar- rested on the Island on Wednesday evening by o facer Steele for sellng liquor oa Sunday, Justice JlosweU fined him $10. CO. W. 0. TuELrs, of Devlin A Co., New York wlUbeatWUIard'a Hotel from 11th to 19th Inst. with a large assortment of samplsi of new and choice styles of seasonable goods for gentlemen's wear, from which he will be happy to take orders for garments to fee mad at our boas In New York. ap flt Embroidery STAiirixa. Our lady readers are respect fully referred to th adrertiiemiot In another column relating to embroidery stamping. The eompany bar an entirely new stock of pat terns, and practice method of stamping never before practiced in this olty, They prefer to let their works speak for them, and would be pleased to bar th ladles call and see for themselves. Jewelry and silver-plated ware, gold-plated Jet and Stone Setts, Jet Bracelets, Combs, Chains, California Stono Setts, Rtogs, Flu, Silver Plated Castor Stands, Call Bells, Cope, Goblsts, Table Spoons, Forks and Tea Spoon 1,000 styles to choose from for only on Dollar, at Prigg's Dollar Jewelry Store, No. 438 Fa. ave., third door from Fonr-and-a-half street. apU-lw It will be seen by reference to our adver tising columns tha D. E. Somes k Co , who hare don a successful bnslnsss for the last four years as Solicitors of Patent! and Claims, still ocoopy their old office, No. 470 Seventh street, In this city. SPUING FASMON8. MHS. SPEIU, 491, KU Tenth elieet, belweea I end Feaasvlvaala avesse, will open a aew aad haadsom auerlueDtof SPJIMO AMD BUM M IK HILUHiaY, oa Thoredar, a rrll IX, to whleh eke lavltee the tiuitlea or the Udle of Waihlaf toa aed vlclatly, Dasae Hiaiaa la all 1U branches still eoaHeeed. (Tlmis ) tplO-at y E. SOMES & oo., buLlSlTORBOr PATKHT9.COLL1CTOBBOP CLAIUB IQAIIfST TBI aOVIRHHIMT, AMD HI aoTUTOsi or contracts, No. 4.7S I1VBHTQ STKEBT, Opposite the Post Offlee, WABUIltaTOK CITT, D. C. 47 Special atteatloa ftveu to aegleeted paUnt essee aad the exteaslea ot pateate eplSlwdltw aBMZ&AK. BUTLEIVa VIEWS OK H.K COBf iTIlCCTIOB-A SPEECH niBPOItB TlIBPKXBfSYlWAjriA t-KO IB LATUM Th following Is a telegnphlo abstract of Gen. Butler's speech, delivered by Invitation of th Pennsylvania Legislate to thai body oa the 11th last.t n...-. t . BAaaiiipa. April 11, IMS. Genera! Butler wueteorted Into lb Hoai by eommlttees of th Senate aad House, and dHvrd a tpeeeh over two hoars long, la labetaa as fel lows: That w might at least rejoice over th ces sation of armed hattliltUa. tnt K. .. ...... . -..-T b-w .. vats anw IWiT orrow la mining th. polltleal ororrti .fib. pm. oat nonr, vhloh eonrlnood 11 w had not to! galnod all tbal for whl.h wo fonrtt. Wbon tbo robol forooo tirrondorod and tUIr rroat loador u oapt.rod, tbo poiltlon of afaln at tbo Sooth vat raeh that njr loprooriou of lojaltj woiU bar. been retaine1. If ta. roildont and Conpooi had lion ponlihod iif.Z. 1 b"1 oralho who hid loft tbo arair and Oongroi.. Midthoia bo had lorVod In tho robol Oonrrora. to l.a.a l'.. 1. . i .1 not hava naiitu.i V. Pir ,n refeemon shoa d riod an BBsKwf' forfct ,M,t "loosrape quletne. s"d l" "Vrl l Sonthern BUti M woo,d bTt r,,P11 la "rJ Th oueir " ... ... Bontbern ' WB now was simpiy w&etbtr these mltted V 1n WD0 dmrt one. 'ball b ad will nr CoaSrtu wlthoni any araaranty that they tno, .1 leav 01 again. This Is fees, tllnstrated by .j. rdlnary partnership. A a amber of men associate .emsetrea together a minority desert, bat eanoot destroy the partntrshln. " iJlV w wlfcta n;r!l7,d,; to retortt. Can fiuLV" ih?7! U -" to do tot If States can go oat Wm th.y pl,.( why 0. SkisXr1?? bMk "m theyplmet Bt h! LT'V' th,I "w " P Only iota or iSImm 6flten, with Iht MnftUon of their eommunltl- drw th(Ir sAjArta, ift thotr stats i"- Booth, These same communities cannot I'M to nnd other members to take place of thoa (ft absconded without th assent of Conrress. The Sapreme Court of th United States had decided that th war was a public and civil war, and that thos on th opposing soil wsr public enemies. lias there been anything to chaos; these Southerners from this condition of public enemies f W eapta'ad them entire bodies, property, and eonstllatlonal and every other right, except that of being hanged. The terms of Orant and Sherman gave no polltleal rights to those who bad opposed us. Society la the rebellious Btates was disorganised. How shall it be reorganised? Simply by extending Justice to all, and by acknowl edging that every man, whether white or black, baa the rlcbt to b enaal with overr other man. On this vrlnclDl th Union nartT mmt atast). If It expects success la this world, r smlUs In th next. But it wss slid, why not extend this same principle of equality to Peansylrsrft, and the North ern States. The answer wa that th rights of Pennsylvania bad not bee; captured, and they bad not been In rebellion. The soothernere wer en titled only to J),U we chooie to glv them, and beggars prov blally should not be choosers. It Wod'((J be but human nature If th Southern m,nr,ers were admitted to Congress for them to re- ', udiate tbe debt menrrea in wbippmg tnem, ana If nsufnalent number were admitted to combine with Northern Democrats, the majority thus cre ated would be prejudicial to the interests of the country. Geo. Butler dwelt at length upon this point, and alluded to the posslbllty of this major ity of dliunlonlsts tn the future actually forming a new Congress. Th remedy against this was to sustain th present loyal men In Congress In their positions. la regard to tbe President, he would cheerfully welcome his return back to the principles of those who elected him, aad would be glad to see him re deem bit nromts of making trait orb odious. al though th only way he had as yet suggested of aoiog inn was oy aamiuing mem to uongreii. Laughter. In regard to Geary, General Butler spoke of him as the best of soldiers and most re liable or iiatesmsn, ana eonoiuaea amia great ap- Dlause. Mr. Ruddiman moved tbe return of tho thank. or th House to General Butler, which was agreed to, 00 yeas to SO nays a strict party vote. Allen on Pollard Ez-Gorernor Allen, of Louisiana, writes in th Mexican Ttwtts some hard words against Mr. En wabd A. Poll Ann, of the Richmond Examiner.' 'Although th blood of Virginia's best and bravest Is not yet dry In th valleys, nor has th grass grown over the prematura graves of the man ly Confederates who fell before Petersburg, yet Mr. E. A. Pollard, a pretty writer and a talented sdltor, denounces ex.Presldent Davis, Generals Lee, Johnston and Beauregard, and sayi 'the Southern people disgraced themselves forever when they refused to fight to extermination; that they lack courage and enduranoe statesmanship and Intelligence.1 He criticises campaigns, ridicules strategical movements, sneers at retreats, and laughs at every heroic effort of th brave men who have left to history an immortal nam. " Who Is Mr. IS. A. Pollard ? II is a Virginian, th editor of th Richmond Examiner, and th au thor of th 'Southern History of th War.1 Wo have grief for tbe first, blushes for the second, and contempt for the last Pollard wanted extermination, but be wa tn Hew York etty, hob-nobbing with Ore ley, and telling tho pleasant story In his pleasant way of the four years' war, lie wanted fifty thousand men to fight a million to th death, but b never fell la beside them, and preferred to share a common fate. Like Job's war-hone, be snuffed tbe battle from afar ! Eboddy Is cheap, and humbug Is cheap, and sin cerity, faith, honor, chivalry, manhood, oh ! bow par aad as popular." VlSWSOr Ma. STBFBKSSON TDB PROSPECTS V thb CotmTfir, Political and othir.A few day since we bad the pleasure of quit a lengthy Inter view with this distinguished gentleman then on his way to Washington to present bis credentials as re cently elected United States Senator from the State of Georgia. It would be Quite Impossible to glv any accurate account of the views thet fell from him in the coarse of our eonrerretlon; and w wilt not easey th task. The general Impres sion, however, made upon as was, that ho regarded tbe polltleal sky as dark and gloomy la the ex treme, but nevertheless he seemed content to wait In natlence for the developments of tbe future. In speaking of the freedmea and the chaooes of agnoniiurai prosperity unaer id new its urn 01 free colored labor, he expressed this remarkable view: That tbe labor of the present year, In his opinion, would be more efficient than in any com ing year. Reckoning upon this subject tn phil osophical principles, no says that tbe lower races of mankind, such as tbe negro, are wanting In that degree of perseverance which Is essential to success In any arm; that, therefore, in tbetr earliest efforts since they hare been made free, they will display a spasmodlo energy and Industry! that In a short year or two tbey will grow weary of tbe task befor them, and releps Into comparative II itleisn ess and inactivity. Ills conclusion therefore tsr Jtbat th large mass, on account of Idleness, will fall to make a living, and that consequently they will repldly di out... CtarlsvttU Tobacco Plant. On Sunday nlcht last, about nino o'clock, a Miss Palmer, oocupjing rooms at the bouse of ex Mayor sauDaers, was taaen suaaeniy in. no notice was glren to any of Mr, Saunders's family until about three o'clock In the morning, when Mr. and Mrs. Saunders went into her room and found her dangerously HI. ' Dr Coleman was immediately sent for, and was soon on the spot, but was unaht to do her any good. At nine o'clock she died. Tbe doctor that attended her pronounced th disease as cholera. Richmond Whig, Tutalay. The Courts Circuit Court Judge Olin. Frederick Hugle and Qeorg Fraas against Serf. Levy, Ver dlot for defendant. Miller for plaintiff; FhUlips for defendant. William T. Ioj against James Crulttf vsrdlct for plaintiff for $300, with Interest from June SO, 1883. Mattlngly for plaintiff, Drury for defence. George A. Bohrer against Thomas E. Clark, ac tion to recover wharfage; jury out. W. 8. Cox for plaintiff, Lasbley for defence. W. Beaton Boggs against Caspar Bobb, action of replevin. Tbe plaintiff sues tbe defendant for taking and unjustly detaining one Newfoundland dog, valued at $60, and the plaintiff claims damages to the amount of $100; verdlot for plaintiff. W, 8. Cox for plaintiff, Jones and Ashford for defenoe. Adjourned. Criminal Court Judge Fisher, (Edw'd C. Carrlngton, Esq., District Attorney, prose, outing.) Asbury U. Parry, Indicted with Jacob Stephen and George Lawrence for stealing six bogs from John Holly) nolU prouyut by the United States Attorney. Mary A Qatewood, Indicted for stealing cloth. Ing from Qeorg W. Hlgge, continued uptll this morning, THE NATOQlOLllEPtJBnCAK ffRIPAY M0kNING.UPRTL.13: 1866. ' TO Tho National' 'Republican. THE MURDER IN PHILADELPHIA FtmiirEii l'AivricruLAits. THE FENIAN EXOITEMENT ' m i Late Dispatches from California Chinoso and Civil Bights Bill THE CANADIANS AMD TUB CHOLERA, Th Phila4lpkU Dwtehery Another Body ,Fom4 Description of In Murderer. Faa&DBLPBiA. April 12 Aa additional victim to th horrible tragedy down tbe Keck was discov ered this morning Th body of th boy Cornelius Cery was foe ad under a hay stack, with hi head crushed with a hammer and throat out, Th clothes of th supposed murderer were found stained with blood. It has been ascertained that the name of th missing German Is Timothy Slomoa. Mrs. Dolan, th mother of Elisabeth Dolen, on of tbs murdered parties. Was brought down this morning from Darlington, aad an examination mad under ber direction. It revealed th fact that Slomon carried away with him two guns and two pistols. 11 also Uok away a satchet containing, as far as known, several ladles dresses, a gold locket and chats, two rings, two $50 compound. Interest notes, aad one $tQ com pound -Interest toot. Th following Is th most accurate description the detectives bav yet been able to learn of tbe supposed murderer of th bearing party. Ills name Is Antolne '. (last name nnknown.) The name previously telegraphed was an error, lie ts believed to have been la th army, and waa for merly from Brooklyn. Ills height Is ft feet 11 Inches) age, li to 28 years; round shoulders no side whiskers; light halrj short, thin, tight moustache, Inclined to eurl at th ends; downcast lookj weight, about ITS to 180 pounds; loosely made; shuffling gait, and speaks broken English. The property oonilU of two revolvers, on large and on smaller musket, a shot gun, black frock eoat, black satin vest, black pants, brown overcoat, one pair of long boats, two fifty dollar compound Interest notes, one $20 compound Interest note, two gold rings, one set with a purple stone, ooe gold chain with long links, and ohased bar at the end, and four ten cent piece. From California Th Chine Celeb r tin a; Ih Civil lUg lit a BUI Th Almadcu Mines airlk. Saw Fbabchco, April 12 Bom of tbaeltlsens here fired a salute of two hundred guns In honor of the passage of the Civil Right bill. Tbe Chines expressed their gratification by firing crackers, BacbAmbsto, April 12 The proprietors of tbe new Almadea mines say that th recant disturb ances grew out of the fact that a party of seventy men not tn the employ of th company refused to comply with tbe order to sell tbelr buildings to the oempany and leave, when they were ejected. Suits were then commenced, and the regular miners were driven from their work. Tbs rtagleaders bar been arretted, and warrants bar been Issued for the others. Work at the mines Is still suspended. The rioters are oa trial to-day at San Jose. There was a further shipment of $500 000, not manifested, per tbe steamer Golden City, which sailed April 1, on Government account, Th Fenian Bnelnea In Canadei Heeling of Cabinet O Ulcere Myeterlewa Mot mente of Arnta Toaoaro, April 12. Th Cabinet meets dally, but the proceedings are kept from public report. Cases of arms have arrived at Ottowa and hav mysteriously disappeared. It Is oontradlcted that the whole volunteer force at Montreal are to be called out twice a week. Additional volunteers are arriving at Cornwall, In anticipation of trouble In connection with th arrests of Fenians The report that President Johnson ts going to issue a proclamation with reference to tbe Fenian movement ts received with much satisfaction. Hew York Market. New Yobk, April 12 Cotton, advancing ten dency; sales J, TOO bales at 38 cent.' Flour ad vancing, and fialO cents better; sales 10,500 bbls t Stat tfl.TOt8.10; Ohio 8 Jiall.10; Western $6 70a8 05 Southern firmer; sales 1,000 bbls at S8.00al5.ft0. Wheat firm; sales 29,000 bushels; Chicago Spring, $1.63al.6,5; Mllwaukle Club, $1.70; White Wsstern, $2 07. Corn advanced from 2a3 cents; sales 75,000 bushels at 80a85 cents, Pork firm; Mess $23 75 Lard buoyant lOalSJc. Whisky steady Coffee dall18Jal0o. Naval stores dulL Freight lower. Gold 127,, Supplement! Horror to th Philadelphia Tragedy Pbiladblpbia, April 12 A dispatch to th pollc and or alarm station says, that at 8 o'clock this evening the gas-met r In Simon Gadland'a un dertaker's stable, on Seventeenth and Barker streets, exploded under th dead bodies of th Deerlng family, Th flames were extinguished with much ditDoulty. Tbe damage was slight, CausutUne Fighting oil th Cholera. Mobtbbal, April 12 Th greatest activity pre vails In all of the Canadian cities to keep out th cholera. Precautionary sanitary measures hare been taken In anticipation of Its approach. Cbronle diarrhoea prevails bar. DK N T I S T Y. D It, LOOUIS, aseiniar dsstiit, 338 FcOBivlvasla aveaae, aear corner of Ninth street ateadstoalt branches pertaining to tbe profession. Malfetmttfoa of tbe mouth corrected, lad every Ttntiy oi srtmciti tais istae, poiy rpHE AMKKIOAN BUIIEAU OF MINKS bo. c broadwat, bew tork. Mines, mlneril lands and cree extnlaed aad re ported upon. Com pe teal eaglaeen faralsbed to Mlaleg Companies, Coasnltatlons afforded oa all mining, metallurgical eaa caeuuai questions at the offlee of tbe bureau. GEO. D. II. OILLESPIK, President. DRAKE DE KAY, Secretary. mbll-StU J. F A n K K R , rosT orrici kiws stirp. Dm oa b.ao ,t all tin., .11 tk, maiiiKu, cntir rnm-iciTiom, statiokisi 01 ILL KIH08. Alio all It, aOKTBISK PiPIBI i,atl,a, .1 Ik, urlloat nom.at. wibbiiotov rariBi f.r ..lo m aooa aa laanaa. f TUB DilLT 1ND WIIKLT HrFDUUCaN ro or ..1. at fAUKBU'S, a,, aoOaorlpttooa tMal.td. a.pi Ty" A T O II E 8 , DUWOBD8, JEWILI1T, SILVIK want, G. X Botlacttoa la Prko corroapooilo, lo Till HE4VT DECLINE IN HOLD. M. W. OALT & linOllIBK orris Tnxia irtibi stock or WATCHES, BIAUOKDa, JIWILET, 6ILVEE WIRE, AC, AT OBIATLT EEDUCED BATH. Tb.lr Block wm o.Tar mora aompl.to, aod la offeror al a graat r.4oelloa from formar prkaa. U.T. OALT BBO , Jaw.lara, ,p I U, Pona,l,la .T.ao. VXT-ItAl'I'INU FAl'EUFOBSALK AT V ;uis o ICE, AMU8EMENT8. GROVEB'8 THEATRE, Feaisylvaata aveaae, aear WtllareV HeUL. 1IOV1KD OlOTBB k CO., taoiian eaovsa. 1. Umb...i, ,., ...DttlOTOU. e. d. RBa. i.lUfellaaarer OKLY BlaTXPlT Of MB, . LAMB, Oa which oeeaeloa will be preveatw the fellowlag aa precedeaM bill, THIS (THIDAT) IVmTnO, IPllt IS, IMS, The perforates will eo ansae with, eaty lime this ecaMB, Beacleaalt's dsUahtrei Irish Beeale Drama, eaUtled TBI COLLBIBT BsWWi OK, TBI B RID IS Of QAUYOWXX. Hflec-Na-Oeepaleca Mr. B. IAMB Fepeler Meets! teleetloas by th Orchestra, aader the alrcetlea ef C. Weber. Te teeelale with aa erirlael.eborlsiaBl, erratic, op. rt,ie.Pn.elv tilled aad ee nl savage Extra Tift eta, by Jena Dreeibam, s4 , ro.Ct.BOsT .Tilt OR. THE 0 EST LB BAVAOI. n.J.Pew-Ba-Tta I Kief of the Tout. rorae a erechetly meaareh, la fact, a een.obrav Mr.BLlMB la4orearalfht,baStofP ASTROIta.Seeale irllsl, tadealy tine of the Oreil UtibrUrM Dramatic ver lo of Harriet Bees her Btowe'e celebrated work, ea titled C.ICLITOX'I CABIH. Vr.O P. rosier aac kindly velaateered, aed will ep peer as Let: re Mr. Wtber will perform a Vlella Sole. iff edlta, BtR. JAMM E. MURDOCH, oa which oceteloa Be will tppetr In hie tpproaebihU tneorMieitta ef BO VSR, la the Kief eat Ceaey ef WILD OATS. Setle st bow be teeareJ feraay night iett week. Bo eitra eharge far iMarlaf teats la advaaee. Opea al eevea Perfornaae at eight o'clock, TTASIIINOTON TnEATUE, YT (Coraer ef Xleveath aad 0 ilreela,) K.UWflT Lent Hitfat but one ef MADAME OlllOfll AMI 810 SO It SUSIIU'S OttABD ITA1IABUPKKA. taeladlag all the greet artistes who have performed tkU winter tt tbe 0ra Uene, Wew nrletae, for forty eoBseCDllve Oread Opera Afghte, with aaprecedeated snee DIRECTOR.,, MAX ITBAKOSCU. THIS (FRIDAY) RvTtl BO. APRIL 13, ISM, LIST B1QHT BDTOXE DonU-ttl'e Oraed Opera, U foar icte, LUCIA DI LAUMKKMOOK. M'LLl PAULIXK CANJtifca aed H0KOHS IRRAHI aad MARSA lethal rlaclpel re ! PDLLCBORtfSABD OKCUIVTRA. Matleal Director aad Cdadaetor. 810. T ROSA, Stlardsy, Pare well Bleb. 1L TKOVATORt. SCALE oTpRtCUi Private Boxes (eoatalaleg foar setts) $10 W Oreaestre aad Btlcoiy Chain t 00 Drest Circle aad Ptrqae le H 1 00 Reserved Setts la Drese Circle on eeats estra &aU aad Tickets for either Bight maybe obtained at Uelserolt'e Mas1 Store dally from a m till o p n . aad at the Theatre oa tbe creators of performance. ClncterlDg's Plttottre oied at Ibe Opera Doors open at 7J Opera commences el 8. alS-lt G ROVEK'8 THEATRE, PcioajlTtola ar.a,., aa,r WUlarda Uolal. TBIDAT ITEX1XO, AFBIL 13, IMS, lo a.l opart for tbo riEST BIXZriT la WaakUftoo of UK. X. LAMB, Oa vklah ooeaalo. Dion Boo.te.nlt. tin. ptctnro of IRISH riDELITT, Bet forth la tho b.a.ttr.1 dram or tho COLLEEK B1WH, Tof.lh.r with J,ha Broo(rhB'. lolmlubto hnrlMooa of POCAHOXTAO, (la hoth of whlth air. Laoib will bar. Ih. boaor or ap Morlog,) will b. pre.Bld with a cut laelodlBg Erarj ail f anli.r .f th. iMBnt.r Box obaot BOW opa apl0.il X HE GREAT NATIONAL FAIR rHELtdv DlreetAreof the Kanoaat Soinrins' iirn Sailobi OnrBA)r IIomb will com net ce to bold a Fair la this ally oa tbe 15th daj of May aezt, the proceeds of which are to be devoted to tbe sappurt and malaleaaacc of IfarioiALaoLDiiae'avoBaiLoae'OarHissaot other wis provided lor la tbelr respective btates and Terrl tor lee. Xmti Btata aad Tarrttarr le ta h rttrtmUil fcv a ta. ble, and the Ladles tetead that (he District e( Colambla toau penr creantnie cotiraoi wim mmj. Tbe Ladles will meet at Wesley Chapel, eoracr of T aad Fifth streets every Taesday, at It a, m , uattl the opening of the Pair, and all Ladies deslrone of eo opera ting In tbe obltcis of the aasoclatloa ar cordially la vueaio atteta. m . m tpiow TJXrilUHBCH. A DAMS EXPRESS COMPANY, 2- CttlCt flit PSNRA. AVENUE. BRANCH OFFICE SI PENNSTLTANIA AVENUE, OPPOSITE WILLARD'8. 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There Is a doctor la ear Iowa, A mea f praetlee aad reaewaf Be nake a aaadlome laeone clear, Aad lays p meaey every year, Bew, waea he started eat la youth, He had bat Utile cash la truth j Bal etui he'd try his beet te de, Aad nek a aaae aad money too. He eUcBded leetaree, stalled bird, Aad very quickly passed the beard ( He opened e&c, heag eetilga, Bat may patleeta could net lad. Bash day he eat, with eadleaed face, Tor poverty eame oa apteef At last a friead gave aim advice Which eh en fed his fertaae la a trie. Bew patleate locked from far aad aear, Aad kept him busy all the year Mea aad wenea, all declare, Be doctor eaa with him compare. The eeeret of hie great egeeesa, I'll tell yoa If yea caaaot g aese The eame advice will help yea all, Be got a eait from SMITH'S OAK HALL. SMITn BROS. ACO, MERCHANT TAILORS, AVVBSALiaaiS OEBTS' rURBISRIBO GOODS, OAK nAXL, 44 Seventh street. Jest received, the Urgeet aad flaesteteck ef PIECE GOODS ever offered la the etty of Washing toa. 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It eemblaee all tbe modera Improvements aeceaary to the greatest comfort of guests that art, lageaully aad liberality eaa possibly devise aad prod eee. The bill of far for the table embrace! every variety aad delicacy afforded by Ibe Amei Icaa markets, la their eeaeoa. Jpll-7 WctSKINQTOK -mbroidrry Stamping COMPANY, 331 T Bt,lntww.lOt fc lltkBU. JriiDtnt 0anaon . , 9n'lltoTQaii, COFFER STAUP8, Vv aal Chaise SiyUs, For Yokel, Dreisei, Collen 4. Caffs, Cloaka, CaaaJona, 8aoalaeT Cap, aad Bllppev. laolwadlBg Msaool BmblemaJ la great vatic;. COATES' AND OTHER COTTONS, 1 m Bllka (aortal tad BBbnIaMT), UU U Mohair, Bralda, HeecUea, Jm. H I Udrt . um tttBf 1 oa HmMmA hi W II yiM MlMfk otml orf iiBrfcai ta MM III LBI ftUf in as , iiiwr th . trr wr m. Bl fa J iafjdTjti - LJiV tkmHnitan,lll,MiL JJj IXfRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE AT YY THIS OFFICE. ADOTIOK SA.UBH. IABOE .SALE OP GOVERNMENT j' nmiDiioi. iomou, TimiB, aa. at th; titixilto roBTi aroup irAtdiioTO, d.o. t BaAaa'a, Diriamirr or Wibhiowov, ) Orrtea Cbib, QoaanBomBB. Wnt.MO,D.a,lwllll.lM. ) ' Will koooll al p.m. aanloa, al Ik. IIbbm aad ,la Boatod M, all of lb, oaotra OaBrtara, Ivraak QaarUmaeUrs I toraiMUra D.panr.Bl,DBlud luUa Arat,1. aad I ta, (aUowlB, dbauaUod fort, aroaad Waulaf abeal t: taitA. Ala, ataasae Usoei aad pUeee, will V eeU for tU Engineer DepartmaaL th Lane ber, Tlatber, AbeUla, . eoaneeted with eeh Tort reopeetlvely f EAST Of EArriRN SRANCn. Ob MONDAY. APRIL EM, al 10 Ieeh, a. as., at TOIT CAhROLL.elsTsnfrasbalUlngl,vlsl Thrae BarraekL flarg nlse) l a Heepllal BaUdlagl thre Ofieera Qaartere. aad foar -mell Salldlnge ( varfoeo dlateaalota. Also, Meee Be aad Stable ea atMksda AME DAY, at S p. m, at FORT STANTON", foar fr-mebolldlen, Hi ' Oae Barrack ttweOffleare1 Quarters oaeCeokBeaee. Alee, Stable aad Oaerd Hoasa ( Stocked. NORTH OF POTOMAa . Ob TUESDAY, APRIL Slth at 11 e'elosk.a. as, al FORT LINCOLN, FOURTEEN FRAM1 BUILDINGS, vlit Five Barracks I foo r-Mese Heasee) thre Oaleera Q earteri) aad two email atballdlege. Ale, two Stable aad fool oatballdlage (stockade) of varWe dlmeasloai Oa WEDNESDAT. APRIL 15tb, at 11 ' sleek, a, H , at FORT T0TTIN,NIN1 FRAME BUILDINOa,vUt Tw Barracks! oa Ms House futff Onleeva Qaar Urs ( aad tw eatballdlege. A Is, foar Offleers Qeai tsrs, Oeard Heese, Buble, aad K leaea (etoekade) ef varices dlmeaeloae. Oa THURSDAY, APRIL f8tk at It o'elMk.a. m , a fort slocum, twenty-onm frame buildings, Vllt . Five Barracks ; four Mete Bouses j SveOfleerc'Qear tere two Hospital Wards i twaSargeoee Qaartere, aad thre small eaibulldlngs. Alee. ae Siabte, (leg . Oa FRIDAY, APRIL 27th. at 11 'oleek.a. H , al FORT STEVENS, FIFTEEN FRAME BUiLDlIGl-.v.li Four Barrack foar Meae Hease ( four Onteera' Qaav Ural and three email ball die gc tf varloae dlateaaUa Oa SATURDAY, APRIL tsth.at 10 e'sKwk.a. as , al TORT RENO, rORTY-SIX FKSME BUILD1NUS,U Six Barrack! j seven Meee Houses; oae Headquarter Building I Ihlrteea Offlcere Qaartere Ut Hospital Balldlagei two Stablee (oae large site)) eee Blacksmith Shop two Forage Sheds eaoCarpeaUr Shop Saddler' Shepf aad eight email balldlageof varlea dlmeasleae AUo.TWINTT-81VlNBUILDIN0Sof log aa4 stock ade, vtst Six O Seers ' Qaartere J thre Store lleases oae Stable r, sla Nuaeommlssloaed Offleera Qaartere) three Met Reoma f aad eight email ouibulldlags ef varleae dlrnea ale as. Oa MONDAY, APRIL SOtb, at 12 o'cImb: aewa, al PORT SUMNER, FIiTr-FOUR FRAME BU1LDINOS, vlil Eight Barraekei tea Msec Bouses! tweety Oflccre" Qaartere two SUbles, (oa large else); e Oaero Meea Uenae, tw Hospital Wards I eee Hospital Oek House : oae Dead Uoase; two Berg teas Quarter! ; eevea email frame oatballdlage varloae dlateaslone. Als,tiEVENtEEN BUILDINGS ef log aad etoekade. Tin Three BUble ( oa V(ah Beae three Store HOBsee f IweOOeere Qaartere ; lad eight ootbulldlegeef varl one dlmeasloai. These talee embrace a large qeaatlty ef limber, lata Ver, Ac., aad aa excellent opportunity le thai offered to land owners la th vlclaltv of Washington to eecur building aad fencing materials eoavealeal to tbelv prop eriy. The allltarr ffeard will remala apoa th premises lea days after date of eale, for prvtectloa r properly, aad purchasers (aot owaere of th lead) will be required U remove th balldlage, Ac , wlthla flfteea days from th dateaf parchaa. Butldiaaa will be told elsalr. Terms Cash la Ooverameat feada LUDINaTOIf. Colo eel aad Chief Quartermaster, Dep't ef Washlagtoa. aplSlOt s ALE OF DAMAGED CORN. Catir Qoiaraaii Aersa'a Orrioa, 1 DiroTor wasataflvov, WAiaiaoTov.D. a, Aprils, 1908. ) Will be cold at public auction, uadsr the dlreclloa of Brevet LUatoaaBl Colonel IOC Lee, A. Q. L, el Milk etreet wharf, Waablagtoa, D.C.,oa FRIDAY, April SO, ISM, at 10 o'clock a. m., a large ojpaallty of damage Ooverameat Grain, vli i about 2S,tn BUSHELS CORN, IN SACKS. Tbe grata maet be removed by parchaser wlthla tea days from date of sale, forme: Cash, la Government funds D It. SUCKER, Brevet MAI. Oca. aad Chief Quartermaster. al0-dtap20 Depot of Waablagtoa. 3 ALK OF QUARTERMASTERS PRO- J PERTT. WAiaiaarov, D, C, April li ISM. Will U aatdal Dabtle aaetloa. at 231. PeaBSvlvaala aveaae, oa SATURDAY, April li,lM, tbe following articles pertalalag to QUARTRRMABTKS'a TROPERTT. C SO yde MaUlag . 1 Coaoa Matt, SCbaadaltera. Aad a small qaaatlty ot Bracers, Window Shade, . Terms t Cash, la Goverameat roads RUFUS INGALLE, apl0-td Bvt. Ma. Oca. aal Qr. Mae C. B, A. PURUOAUCTIONOFFRAMEBUILD INOS, NEAROIESBORO,MD. Orncs DaroT CoMMiesiar or Straairriaca, ( WAJBiaotoa, D. O , April S, IBM t Will be aold at public aucUou, al the BabsUteae De pot, aear Glesboro', Md , oa TUESDAY, the 17th of April, ISM, at 11 o'clock, a. m, the foUowlaf frame butldles:, vlsi On Ware-house, 100 by M feet On Bake house, fiO by 43 feet. Oae Slaughter house, W by 27 feet. Oae Meas-boase, fis by It feet. One Balldlag, 1 by It feci. One Wood-ehed, 24 by 14 feet On Well-house, 12 by 10 feet. Board Fence, SM feel long. S feet S lacbee la height Also, a lot of Bricks, la eeveral oveae, bat Utile used. Terms i Cash, 1 Government funis. G. BELL. ap7-eodvH Major aad C. S. , U. S. A. B Y O. W. ROTELER, AUCTIONEER. JR. AUCTION 8ALR OF HOSPITAL STORES, WHISKY, WINES, AC MBDicaL Poavavoa'a Orrioa, I WAiKiBOTOaf, D il, March 21, 18e. Will be aold, at public auction, In thle city, at the JUDICIARY BQUAKE WAREHOUSE, beck of ibe City Hall, oa WEDNESDAY, th 18th day olAprtl aext, at 10 O'clock a. m , the following articles of lloepttal Store and Liquors, no longer required for the use of the medi cal department of the army, vis i Arrow Root, 10,000 lbs. j Barley, 10 OW Ibe. Cot a Surch, 10,000 lbs l Cocoa aed Chocolate, 10,000 lbs Claaamoe, powdered, 1,000 Ibe j Fariaa, 20,000 lbs. Taploco, 10.000 lbs ; Ell of Beef 20 000 Ibe Coaeeat'd Milk. into lb. ( Ologer, I.SM lb. Extract of Cxffee, 3,703 galls , Beaae, 000 Ibe. Pea Beans, 2,X lbs , De Potats,10O Ibe. Mixed Dese PoUloes, 112 lbe. Whisky, quart hot lies, 20,000 Wbuky la bbls.galtont S.ftOO) Sherry Wine, quart bottles, 40,000 bberry Wine, la bbls, 60) Jarrsgoaa Wlae la but lies 10,000 The sbove artlelee will be aold la lots lo suit both large aad email purchasers Terms i Cash. Five (9) dtyn will be allowed to parties la removing tbelr property. 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