Newspaper of Evening Star, March 29, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated March 29, 1855 Page 3
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L'.V KNIXG star. Local Intelligence. Tbb Exhibition of the Sunday School at tached to the Methodi?t Episcopal Church South, which took place lMt nigh;, vu highly interesting. The church was filled to its ut most capacity, and the Dimb?r of spectators wee composed, for the greater part, of ehil ren. acoompanied by their adalt friends Wa caa oonceive of bo entertainment mora inno cent ia its character and mora heart-improv ing in its affects The exercises vera opened with prayer by tbe Ear W W Bennett J Master John Clary delivered tbe opening address, and Miss Mary, his sister, pronounced one to tbe girls, both performing their recpee live parta creditably Misa Virginia Edinon ?ton sang sweetly and plaintively "Tbe Djina Child" and "Mary's Dream '* Julia Teal and Shepherd Ilandy each recited beautifully Archibald Bennett Zimmerman, fuur years old. waa among the performers. The auditory ware so much pleased with hie oratorioal ef tort that they oompelled the little fellow to repeat it. We were unable to learn the namea of all the children who participated in the exhibi tion ; but all of them acted well their several parta in the recitations, dialogues, aoloa, and the singing in Conoert Sixty dollara were collected, as much aa the teachers required to purchase library booka for the interesting juvenile* under their charge. Cost or Livmo ?Tbe prioea of all kinds of produce in thia eity are eo well known to bouse keepers, that they need not be men tioned in print. The mere announcement cf tbeai bv the various dealers causae many a one to heave a sigh and wear a lugubrious countenance The present oppressive tax oa gastronomic necessities might be borna with I hilosopby if there were even a prospect that the tariff will shortly be reda ed. But our citiaens are not the only people who complain. The Baltimore American says that tbe coat of living In that eity is fully one hundred per cent, higher than it waa ten yeaia ago. All kiada of meat are held at rricea far beyond tbe meana of tha poor, and fish, which hereto fore haa been the chief living of a large ciass of the oommunity, are now put beyond their reach. Ordinary aised perch are sold at 6* cents each, and proportionate rates for other kinda Except in meata, our cotemporary saya. there ia nothing which doea not pass through the poeeeraion of two, three, and sometimes four Craona before it reaches the consumer, who a to pay two, three and four profits, so that tbe ooet ia enormoua, besides the loss occasioned in many ioataccea, through falae weight and measurement The N Y. Evening Posi aijs that prices continue enormously high, and that some of the butchers sold porter house (tender loic) steaks at twenty-five centa a pound?though the average ia abcut twenty one Butter ia held at twenty-nine to thirty-six ccn's a pound, and cheese at fourteen. Tbe cold weather baa operated against the fish market, and in consequence tbe stock of all kinda of fish is very amall. There is a limited supply of fresh shad from the south, for sale at fifty end sixty two and a half cents each. Tbb Poisoniso Cask ?Tbe trial of Delia Haael and Pharnella Skiaker, charged uith joiaonirg Caasy Williams and her family, commenced yesterday, was concluded thia morning. It waa proved, by the teatimony of Mr*. Williams, that a week before the poison ing Delia Haael, during a difficulty between the parties, said ch* would have satisfaction, even if aha went to tbe penitentiary for it, and by pther witnesses that on a Thursday night, tv<> weeks ago, Pharnella Skinker waa with tbe little bey, living in her family, who bought the poiaon. 'Ihe fact that arsenic had been sprinkled on the meat, a part of whioh Mra. Williams and her family partook, was proved bv a chemist, who made an examination of i'. There waa no direct evidence tending to impli cate the accued parlies The jury, though they bad been absent two hours, had not agreed upon a verdict at the time oar paper went to preaa. Bbacbs Wantbd?Several of our eautioua fellow citiaenj have requested us to call the attention of the corporation authorities to the propriety of bracing tbe iron bridges over the Washington canal Iba idea is a good one, and abould be promptly attended to. The omnibuaee which cross the Twelfth and Four teenth street bridges, are often much heavier laden than the one under the weight of which the ia street bridge gave way. The Tenth street bridge, too, though but a way for foot paaaergers, at times baa upon it a much heavier weight than the other bridges named above sustain. Wa rater to the timei when the erowd attending the leeturea at the Smith sonian Institution are returning into the heart of the eity, when it is now and then covered with a dense mass of human beings?tbe heaviest load that ean be put on it. Pioplb's Tbbatrb ?Miss Fanny Morant will, this evening, appear in tbe celebrated drama of "Guy Mannering," and personate the character of Meg Merrilea; Mr. J. 11. AU*b will perform tbe part of Dacdie Din fflont, and Mr. W. H. Norton that of Dominie Sampson, The laughable farce of the "Spec ire Bridegroom" will conclude tbe evening's entertainment Meg Merriles is understocd to be tke character on the performance of whieL Misa Mcrant prides herself most She has won higher fame in it than any other indeed, many of her admirers insist that her Meg Merrilea is quite eqaal, if not superior, to that of Charlotte Cusbman, of whioh the Washing ton public will have an opportunity of judging this evening. Thb Fishsribs.?1 he weather is very mush agaiait the interests of the fishermen upon tbe Potomac river. It has been to cold that theahadand barring turn back and go into deep water,,or pa*s up other rivera. We are informed that the long seines at the largo landing have not been dipped, there not being ftsk suffi dent to pay for the labor. Many of our experienced hands at the landings are prediotiag an unprofitable seaaon, and fiah are sdling at high prices wherever they reach the market. Kbyisiox and Codification op tdb Laws At a caucus of tbe know Nothing members of tke City Councils last night, we learn that the following tieket for commissioners to revise tha contemplated codification of tbe laws of the District, in accordance with the late act of Congress, was agreed upon, to be voted far in the joint meeting of tbe Councils on the Vth of April, via : J. H Bradley, E C. Carrington, J M McCalla, Samuel Shelton, and Josiah F. Polk. Two Qbrbabs having recently got into a difficulty about business affairs, one of them mad* out a bill against tbe other for four dol lars; and the lat er, as an offset, presented a kill for three dollars and eighty four oents Kaoh party swore to his account. In this con dition of affairs, Juatice Smith waa compelled te diamias the case, boing unable to decide between them During the investiga ion, one of theGermana said tbe other called bim a dishonest man, and this epithet was retorted. Tbb Concndbcm ? We learn that the silver piteher was awarded, last night at tha Circus, to the following so-called conundrum : " Why is Ham Duvall like a pig catcher?" " Because he caught the pig Aeeording to the announcement in tbe tills, " the applautc of the audience was to decide the winner " If this was the best, we should not aare about bearing tbe worst. RoteDnsM ?The residents of the Second Ward are greatly disturbed by the outrareous conduct of number* of boys who meet at vari o?s places, shocking the ears of passers bv with their profane and indecent language The arrest and puniahmeut of a few of the wurat would no doubt tend to the breaking ud of theae corrupting acboots of vice, Tbb Q band J car. were formally discharged yesterday, by his honor Judge Crawford; they' Laving completed the business which was brought before them. We learn that they, lor good and sufficient reasons, dismissed at least two-thirds of the oomplaints. Watch Rbtl bns ?The guard house eon filisd two lodgers last night, who were al lowed to depart this morning. The only trial ease waa Chariee Weber, drunk aad disorder ly, dismissed. GEORGETOWN CORRESPONDENCE I The Weather, ?Death. ?/ Mrs. Entail Bridge?JMarkets, fyc Giorqbtowk, March 29,1855 The weather continues piercing cold For several days put, the wind hu been blowing ? gal* from north west, whieh, together with the oold, hu had a tendency to e?a?e business along oar river and canal wharves to look leaf enoouraging than it did aome daji si nee* liilnoe oar iaat report, there hu been bat one arrival by river, the schooner Ellieott, from New I York, to T A A. H. Dodge. A alight anow storm passed over oar oitj yesterday af er- I noa. A gentleman in California, writiog to a I friend in Georgetown giving him an aoooant of the general cruh in San Francisco, says: I "The bottom hu fallen oat of Sen Franoisoo, and we are trying to fish it up." The k atreet bridge, over Rook Creek, ia rapidly approaching completion. The laying I of floor was eommeneed this morning. It ia I more than likely that it will be ready for I travel aome lime the ensuing work. The structure, from ita general appearance, will be, when completed, very substantial and du- I rable, and reflsot credit upon the constructors, I Messrs. Stone A Quigley, of Philadelphia The general impressiou about this bridgo ia, I that u ia net elevated sufficiently high above I the water to permit the largest class canal I boats, when light, to pasa under without | ooming ia contact with ii. j Mrs Sewall, widow of the late Dr. Sewall, I of your eity, died yeaterday afternoon at the I reaidence of her aon, the Rev. Thoa Sewall, in I Rockville. Her remaiu will be brought to I Washington on next Friday morning, and in- I terred in Wesley Chapel baxial ground, near I the Columbia College. The flour market ia firm with an upward I tendency? for atandard branda. No wheat I or other graina arriving?consequently it ia I impossible to give any thing like a correot I quotation?all kinds are In demand. Spectator. I PERSONAL. ....Col Kinney hu, it ia aaid, told his fine ranoh at Corpus Christi, Texu, to a French company, for $150,000?oaah down $100,000. .... A boy, 14 yean of age, aen of Mr. Ja cob Williams, of Wolf sville, Md , last week stripped off hia clothes, and hung himself with a rope to the rafter, having awung off from a barrel. He wu dead when found. No reason is known for the ruh aot. . ...Ex-Gov. Parsons, of Miohigan, 1* lying dangerously sick cf pulmonary oonsumption. ....Wm K. Pendleton, ia the Know Nothing candidate in the Wheeling (Va ) district, in opposition to Dr. Kid well, the late Democratic representative. ....The health of Martin Van Buren.jr., who is now in Paris with hia father, (ex Pres i lent Van Buren,) is in so precarious,a atate from confirmed consumption that but little hopes are felt that hia life will be much longer preserved. ....Col. Phillips, of Mobile, a member of the late Congress, wu on hia way from Wel don to Charleston, when the oars stopped at a station hoase and be went out into the air to smoke a cigar. While thus engaged, another train ran into the one in which ne wu a pass enger, and the seat whieh he had occupied a few minutes before wu completely demol ished, and his oloak, whieh wu Iving upon it, perforated by a bar of iron and carried out through the top of the car. .... Mr. Samael Adams, one of the oldest inhabitants of Boston, died at his reaidenoe in tuat city, on the 21st inst , at the advanoed age of ninety-three years lie bad been a witness, and to some extent a participant, in many exciting scenes in Boston previous to the commencement of the war of the revolution. ....David D. Fiske, editor of the Trans oript, is said to be the Know Nothing candi date for Mayor of Portsmouth, Va. Taking Advantage of Female Confidence. A rather interesting German girl appeared at the Mayor's office a few days since and pre ferred a complaint against a German man, named Robert Edmund Theele. From her affidavit it appears that Theel and her became acquainted in September lut, who three days alter his first introduction to her proposed marriage*which she, in good faith accepted. Subsequently she says that she gave Theel sundry sums of money amounting in all to $60, fur the purpose of purchasing furniture pre paratory to getting married, and going to house keeping After the above amount had been expended, he proposed to her that she should give him sufficient money to establish a cigar store at 170 Sixth avenue, to which proposition she acceded, and the store waa ac cordingly opened on the 3d of November last, at an expense of $540, which money she fur nished him. In addition to the above amounts of money she states that she lent him a gold watch and chiin, one gold ring, one pair of gold specta cles, and one silk umbrella, in alt valued at about $110.50. She also swears that Theel did not contribute any capital towards establish ing the cigar store, above alluded to, and that she never received, in re'urn for the money advanced, over $17, whieh wu out of the pro ceeds of the store. It now turns out that Mr. Theela real name is Schneider, and that he is a married man, living with and supporting his family in Seventh street, in this city, out of the proceeds of her store and bu*inesa above named. Immediately on hearing of these facts sho closed the store; but the s?ock on hand with fixtures, will not exceed $100, leaving her out of pocket about $600, by the speculation. Upon the above facts being sworn to, Jus tice Osborn issued a warrant for the arrest of Schneider, who was arrested on Tuesday mor ning, and taken before the Judgo, who re quired him to give bail in the sum of 1500 to answer for the charge ?iY. Y. Jinrpreis. tyit is now believed that twenty volames will hardly contain all the MSS. of theEmper or,Napoleon Bonaparte, oollected by Louis Na poleon. Many leiters, Ao , written by the Emperor, are in a text hardly legible; it is only with the greatest difficulty that the ex act words are made out. Mixicas Affairs ?Mexican dates to the 19ih instant have been received Santa Anna had been rcoeivej at the Capitol with great enthusium. It wes reported that Alvarex fled on the approach ef Santa Anna's troops, and that they would pursue him to the neigh borhood cf Aoapuloo. As Extensive Firh occurred in the town of Sandersville, Georgia, on the afternoon of Saturday lut. Thirty-five buildings were dutroyed, including the court-house, post office, Central Georgian printing office; Ma soniC; OJd Fellows, and Knights of Jerioho Lodges, with their records. Many families who were possessed ef competence have lost all. Not a store of any description is left in the plaoe. Lccirxn Matches?The assistant secretary of one of the largest fire cffices in London, says that the introduction of the luolfer match hu caused it an annual loss of ten thousand pounds sterling ! A calculation is made thus: luoifers going eff probably from beat, 80; children playing with lucifers, 45 ; rat gnaw ing laoifers, 1; jackdaw playing with lncifers, I. Total, 127. Baker ?It wu reported at Capa Island, yesterday, that Baker, the marderer of Poole, landed at that place, and is secreted in the woods. The oitisens and others immediately started in search of the fugitive. Baker teems to have the power of abiqaity. Bf* The foarth annual Convention of Print ers is to be held at Memphis, Tenn., the first week in May. Iu/" Allen Tanner, of Volantown, Con?, aged 65, was burned to death ia a ooaljit on th? 13th instant. A Republic i*England ?A Scotoh format the John 0'Groat Journal, baa got h&Uf a curious piece of Court gossip, which, be says h# haa not reoeive* at seoond hand, but direct from the highMt quarters. It is aa follows ?? Bar ia much offended at the Times * M uea!?n t0 .b#,,*T? ?*? itiuminu re garding her troops in tha Crimea are exagger SZ^JSSlT** DOt' ,h# *?? in ?hlch the deaoriptioii is given, partaking in about eaaal * Monr "*? fc^SownS 3d a 5^1 damagogiim, is offensive to her. Au reset,Prinee"Albert says that the whole news PXJ Pfn? rTUB 1U dB? bound?> "d .v1!" Jg* ? Hoentiousneaj ot discussion of wbich disatter oad bo tho onlv re*nft Ra convinced ia hia Royal Highneaa of this that he ia represented to have aaid to aome of 'those h!iuD* ,k ??0r of W' fri#nd?lHp, that he I tSlTVif- Moowhy will come to an end a lit u ?n of hu w,f? We are rapidly drifting, he thinka, to republicanlam.? Emigration.?Western emigration appear* HBi^5U^t#rHhh ,prinf thM 'or meny years. thl^I!? ?f P?ople are leaving the Esstern State* and going to Kansas, Ne braaka, and other Western Territories. Ham IrV/f wlJi ge* Y* "P'ioging up all over the !!!?? *k 1, iPr w w; *har? ?no? "u heard only the howl of the wild beaata now echoes W0,??mM i ?xe' th? ???dge-hammer, and hum of busy industry. Our advice ia, do not let youraelvea be penned up in the thickly populated citiea of the Eaat, for there isavZt ^?i 7 S**1 y#t t0 fl,led UP ^th useful end intelligent inhabitants. It will take many p?i4? R,c*^?s ? X despatch from Phil h?m hiri'Sr TT*.p*rtial investigation has ulSht ^ofSlI !*d SUtM Commiwaioii.r tiaslitt, of tb<? recruits arrested on toaid the SKm. ?Sa?dforLd J??terday morning. The SI! 8 m*u MjoMBad autil Satur ?ii?? Jiil* \er*,flfU6? parsons arrested, in Tt ? Si ?k"6? t g oharg# of the re"^(8 It ia said that sixty were Bent on to Halifax L thit finohi ?D ?undAJr',n<1 tb? "apposition is that 500 have gone on from this city. Yesterday morning, a vessel left Boston with some fifty passengers for Halifax, who th! t0 WCT1"" from N#w York for MUroU UborT?. A" "" ? y*??7 Qa,,tt? *dfiaea to establish an acclimatising society in England like the one in France. The object ia to introduoe and naturalise useful planta and animals of other countries. France, through its society, haa oome into possession of tne yaks of Thibet, which combine the utility of the cow. the ass, and the sheep ; of oertain speoies of fish pocu liar to Germany and Switzerland; of silkworms from Piedmont; of goats from Algeria; of nutritious tubers and planta from South Amer 1!*' }C? iv* rcoaDt ""inK. "trong recom mendations that the a*s of Arabia, whioh, in addition to the qualities of the European ass possesses speed the ewes of Arabia, which teed on little and give abundant milk; the sheep of the Rollo, which produce a vast quan uirf i ^r? ?' anc* th? a?bra, shall be natural lied id n 68tern Europe. Shame Abated-The New York Times of yesterday sajs: "One of the darkest ahadea of New York life will be exposed to-day. Forty-five women, ar rested upon Broadway last evening, are to be brought up bsfore the Police Courts to receive sentence as vagrants. The Mayor's broom jKt .k sidewalks. Ue determines ^itV.h.M H^9 *? th# chara?ter of the city shall detoe it uo longer. The effort la none the less salutary because it has been so IV'f of debauchery, mid night disturbances and boisteroua quarrels, partly incited by this nuisanca of nightlj W,U find a oh*ck u tho M?Jor vtl ovYoros Rkustuib Troops foe the War i* the paparrwe don,t recollect whuh stated the other day that the attempt herEMt V.0] !!1-'thXB Cltj for th? wmr in Sf- Ml 1? b??n discontinued We think this will be a miitake, inasmuch as a German ! paper of this city, the New Yorltr Demolr*t ?k*'?!S V contaiES ^n advertisement, of! S iW giV? th# 'raD8'ati?n.?IVew | ' V* 2,000 70Qng unemployed men who 6aek employmont may apply at No ?l Chatham street, from 9 o'clook in the morning touilyQgiven ,a?on" Information gratui. Thunder and Lightning in a Winter Snow STORM.?Yestcrday morning, about half past 8 o'clock, while a heavy snow storm ^ f rtVa 5' th? air wal fuI1 of large wet flakes, a flash of lightning oame, and was K?n followd by . h?T7 "roll of'tb and," his is a very remarkable occurrence. The "d cIo?d? ?ore drifting from the eaat at the tlme.?M. Louts Democrat of the 17rA. The Navvies' Baronet ?Mr. Poto. belnir about to make a Ralaklava railway, has been thJ?rrn navvi?9- therefore, may, in l- no? ,88 ofvth?'r P'id?. their master as not only a baronet, but as a wheelbarrow LtOv. BARRKL SYRINGE, ? DMI, poru evcr In'ented. Couve,,'<,,t B,i,^l m*uT' U*WS*,f ,DJ*ct,u* Appunitiw, or tr.w ?n.J wbiU 1ir|,,|M,*V'fithe m"8t or ?1I ifr<* A iuli! ti Supporters and Hlu.aM?r Br*??? oHrJd bj* "nr>ply ul lhe 4bove mtiitloned ?rtlcl?? ]net re DrUC'- MeJlclnM. P*?nU,Z01U.Gw'n"ow Gl..., " uitr Jh l^-^*or^!iK^TtAL|K,,;R * ' UU<ler Brow"?' Hotol, M-* or KK aL v M i 1 IK"i-'l'.Tr"" m >,t < till, ot-trl. r r, CLOluI.NU ever oflered to the r1tl/?ni or .7,1 il i i ., . . k etnbraoel everytliiuK th*t U uew Ml r.lli r1"' ? , ,r ??"?<>?. m#noUrtnre.I with taste anl lu^r'2*7* Ibeir Closlilug In celebrated. 3 A.T T,,K |rA,aS?WUITEHl'RST'S hlr. .Tu jll ' '-Tb* jarle. or e*,h or the Ute Alrt it bililmore, KichmoDd, ad<1 Sow York aw?rd*J Ifieir Ulgbait prnuilam* to J. U. W. for their ?ui?erlority or Pho tographA, 8t*r?oicope? and Ducuerreotype* exhibited Mr. W. alio received two Medal* at the World's Kalr Loo dou, and a rremlum at CryaUl Palace, N?w York yearf paa* *W*r'1" of lu.titate for three In cl"on p- ? Vn' ft-^*TKkHU00FLAN1' 8 CKLKBBATKU GERMAN BIT .,Th*r.!..*re^feW U,lnn Wh,cb 4nr,rd ?* ?"*?? pleanare than sitting down to write a notice or th* celebrated Hoor land (Jermsu liitters, because wsara rully conscious we are Cf?nrerrliig a public benefit, and our heart tells us that by our ootids many have been loduced to take these Blttnrs. ?nd been rescued rrom death by dyspepsia, llr*r complalut Ac. ror the cure or which it Is certain Ills preosred and' ?old only by Dr. O. M. JACKSON, at the U*rtuau Modlcln* ator*. No. ISO Arch street, Philadelphia. Bee advertisement. mar a-sm Q^7"A CABD TO THE LADIES.?GOOD NEWS FOR THB UK. DCrONCO'8 GOLDEN MONTHLY PILLS, the best au<l uioet luUlllbl* remedy over dlacoverad for r* (lev lug and curlns all painmi, dlstrMsinc, *nd dlfflcult rosn Sliu.tlon, and removluK all periodical obstructions acd Ir reculsriU*s arlalnf rrem whatever cause. These PUla are a couplet* TBIl'MPH IN MKDICAL SCIENCE The* ?r* prepared by a process which concentrate* the Ingredients Into a small bulk, Uius rendering It unnecessary ror delicate fsiualcs to Uke large dusee or nauseous drugs I)r. Doiionco's Pills ar* the r*sult of over THIKTT YEARS' KXPEUIKNGB In the treatment or the diseases of females ? They beve been advertised ror a little over one rear vat 9EVEKALTHOI SAND BOXES have already boeu sold, and the deuaaud (or them rapidly In creases wherever they become known. They have been thoroughly tried lu Washington, and found to act like a char in. Sold by all Druggist* In Wublncton, Georgetown and Al laudi la, Va. mar 1?eoHu* rj-^A PHENOMENA IN MEDICINE?Kronchltls, Oongh Dytpenil* Liver Complaints, Scrofula, Ac.?Kor all diseases of tha Female System It stands preemlneut. A Olergyuiau just Informs as It has cured him of Bronchitis or a deep): ate character?<>artlcalare hereafter. HAMPTON S VEGETABLE TINCTV'KE?By Its mild ao tlon ou the stomach, liver and kidneys, will cure Dyspep sla, Uoiikh, Astbma, Bronchial and Long Affectlooa, Palas lu the li^ca, Side and Brea't, Consumption, Scrofula, Khen matlsm, Oout, Neuralgia, Fistula, Bowel Omplaiuta, Piles, Worms, and Nervous Debilities?with all dt?ea?es arising rrom Impure bl -od, aud ts the greatest female med.'clne ev er known. Tula luvalaable medicine Is working wonder* upou tb* human rrame. See advertisement to-day. mar 7 l>?J^NKl HAMilA.-Thls rormldable disease, which (earns ?/ seemx to baffle the skill uf physicians, yields like triable to CAKTEK'S SPANISH MIXTI KE. Mr. F. Boyden, rormerly of the Astor H*nse, New York, and late proprietor of Vie Exchange Hotel, Ulcbuiond, Va., Is one or the hundreds who liav* been cared of **v*r* Neu ralgia, by CAKTEK'S SPANISH MlXTl'KE. Slue* bis cure be baa recommended It to number* of oth ers, who were (uttering with nearly every form of disease, with the moot wouderlul success. He says It I* the moat extraordinary meJlclue he lias ever seen used, akd the beat purifier known. ? a?Seeadvertlsemsnt in another column. ew Job Hbilumotom reool vee oil the nev Book* and Howo papers as raat aa publlah*d. He Is ag*nt for Harper's and aU th* other Magaxinaa, and onr reader* will alway* find a largo and good assortment of Blank Book* and Stationary at M* Bookstore, Odaon Building, oor Fa. avenne and *% St. ttARAIKD. On the a^ih instant, by lh? Rev. Dr. Cole, Mr. W. C. JORDAN to Mils E. TAIF, both of this city. DIED. In Georgetown, on the 25ih iastant. MARTHA TABUAND, in tne *Kh year of her afe( For Bale and Rent, A CERTAIN CHANCE TO make A FOR M haviof acquired a competency in me Millinery hijgiueM, it now desirous of dispo* Jn* ?* her establishment, and retiring into private life. Her location in one of the be?t in the city, and is a rare opjKirtumty for one acquainted with the business, tor terius and particulars apply at tliu "n>c"- war 29 -lm For rent?a comfortable frame House, situated on 1st Wrest, between B and C streets, near Railroad Depot BARBOUR fc SEM WES, Grocers, No. OT Louisiana avenue, mar 28?eo3t For sale or rent-a neat small Brick House, I st., Franklin Square, 305. mar 38?2t 110 LET?THE DESIRABLE TWO 8TORY Dwelling on the worth side of West, between Washington and Congress streets, Georgetown, and late the residence of Charles F. Eckel, deceased. For "PP'y co M ADLER, Agent, mar 28 - 3t THE RESIDENCE OF COL. ROBERTS, U. 8. A., continues to be offered on pr vate sale It is one of the best appointed Cottages in the District, containing three acres of Ground, a large garden excellent water, stabl&j an t outhouses in perfect order, and omamenul grounds, fruit trees, Ike , in the best condt ion. For information apply at this office. mar FOR RENT?ABOUT FIFTY ACRES OF Land across the Long Bridge, in Virginia, and east of the Alexandria Canal. Apply to R P.kA, DODGE, mar 2c?lw Georgetown. FOR RENT?A HOUSE ON I ST. NORTH, between 13ih and 14th sts., opposite Franklin Square, containing .ix reoms, three auic rooms aad kitchen servants; and bath bouse in back building Good cellars under the main building. Possession riven on the 1st April. Anply at the house or to Mr. J. J. Miller, corner of 7th street ani Louisiana avenue. n)ru 27? ROOMS FOR RENT?TWO OR THREE new ly furnished and very desirable Rooms for rent with board, at 403 F st., Union Row. mar 26?lw Rural retreats ?several of thoi.e cottage residence* at Kendall Green being now vacant, application may be mane V, the undersigned for renmig the same, with privilege of purchasing on liberal term i, either by letter through the post office, or at his residence after office hours. The location is healthy commands a full view of the city, is but a mile and a quarter from the Post Office, and is in every respect desirable. Gatdcns of two acres each are attached lo everv house. A permanent omnibus line communicates with Georgetown, bv way of Penna. avenue, twice a day, at the usual faro. WM ST1CKNEY. mar 2-2-tf ORRRNT OR SALE ON reasonable 1LKMS? A two-story frame House, with back building, containing six rooms, on 13>$ street, between B and C atreets south. Apply to C. A. DOUGHERTY, next door. A three-story Frame, with basement, on N. York avenue, between 4th and 5th sts. west. A throeetory Frame, with back building, on I st. north, between 4th and 5th eu. went. Appiy for the two last mentioned to JAME4 W. BARKER, on H street north, between 12th and 13Ui sts. west. Also a two story Frame? with back building, on Montgomery street, G -oreetown. , , ? , DICKSON 8l KING, fek ^Georgetown. Ejj^OR RENT.?FOUR NEW AND CONVEX I . ent Brick Houses, brown mastick fronts, con taining parlors with marble mantels, dining room, kitchen, aervant s room, and live chambers each, and situated on Thirteenth street, Island, near the Fublic grounds, convenient te Pa. avenue and the lepartinents. Rent very moderate. Apply at R. H. CLARKE'S office, corner of Sixth street Louisiana avenue, or at D. B. CLARKE'S Drug 8tore, Eleventh street, Island. mar 6?toil FORRENT-THE DWELLING AND 8TORE on 11th street west, one door from Pa. avenue, north side, adjoining Farnham's Bookstore. Apply to GEORGE A. W. RANDALL, mar 2?eotf corner 12th and ;) sts. YILLA FOR SALE?THE SUBSCRIBER of fers at private sale the villa in which she at present resides, with eight acres of land, situated at Ellaville, on the Washington and Baltimore Turn pike Road. Tbe h-use is new, with all the modern improvements, and the situation has many advant ages for persons engaged in business in Washington as it is within five minutes' walk of the Bladensbtirg Depot on the Ka'lroad, and there is also an omnibus running twicc a day between Washington and Ella ville. Application to be made to the subscriber, living on the premises. MARY 8. VASS. mar 27?2awtt VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE ? The block of buildings known at the "Union Buildings," and now occup ed by the Union news paper establishment. They are situated on E street between 13;h and 14th streets, and fronting directly on Pennsylvnbia avenue. The lot is 70 feet front by 159 feet dtep. The property is susceptible of divis ion and re arrangement, and its positi n such as must rank it among the best business stands on the avenue, and is yearly increasing in value. The time of the present lessee expires on the 1st Septem ber next, on which day possession may be had. Also, that large three-story Brick House on 17th street west, (opposite thu War Office and three door* south of G strert.) Also, that three story House on 17th street we?I, ne*t door to the Government Buildin". at the corner of F and 17th streets. Shoull the ab .ve property not be sold at private sale prior to the 15th of May, it will be sold on that day at public auction. Term* will be made fav.-rable t* the purchaser. App y to CH. II. WINDER, Cor.ier of Seventeenth and G streets, mar 19?2iwtMayl5 t?OR RENT OR SALE-THREE NEW BRICK Houses on N, between 12th and 13th sts north The buildings contain eight rooms, kitchen and eel Isr, with pantry, closet, wardrobes, dumb, and are handsomely finished with marble mantel centre pieces. They are located in a desirable part of lhe city, near the market, and have many other advantages. Terms ot rent or sale moderate. En quire of Mrs. MORRISON, corner N and 14th sts. mas 24?to3t* BUILDING LOTS FOR BALE ?A VARIET of Building Lots in the vicinity of tbe City Hall. Also, iu all other parts of the city, on accommodat ing terms. Enquire at Mrs. ADAMS' Boarding House, opposite to Browns' Hotel, to be seen froin 8 to 9 a m, or 3 to 4 p m. Also, an address through the Post Office will receive attention. mar 5?eu2m DAVID MYERLE. s TORAGE.?Those having Furniture, Dry Goods 1 Groceries, &.C., to be stored, will find ample ac commodations in the large, airy, flag stone paved, and Dry Basements under the Star office, corner Pa avenue and Eleventh st. Apply at the Star office, jan 31?tf HOMES FOR ALL.?Beautifully and healthily loeated Building Lots, 24 I'ett front by 130 feet deep, on graded streets, can, until spring, be bought at the exceeding low pi ice of $75, payable $3 per month Title indisputable. Union l and Office, 7th st-, above Odd Fellows' IIa!l. jan 0?6in JOHN FOX, Secretary. Wanta. TTTANTED? AN ACTIVE AND INUUSTRI W eus colored Boy, and one capable of taking charge of a horse and carriage. None need apply unless well recommended. BARBOUR & SE.MMES, Grocers, No. 67 Louisiana avenue, mar 29 ?eo3t WANTED-BY A STEADY MJDOLE AGEI)| man, a situation in ?oine respectable employ ineut. Good references to character, &c. can be | given. Address "C D E," at this office. mar 28?3t House w a n t e d.?the advertiser wishes to purchase, for cash, a good two story brick Dwelling, suitable for a small lauiilv, situated north of Pa. avenue. Address "S F A," through the Post Office, stat ng location, price, &c. mar 12-lm* Boarding. MRS. ANN II. SCOTT, oppoeit? Jackson Hall, is now prepared to receive Boarders, by the day, week, or month. She has sever ?1 large front rooms suitable for a lady and gentleman, mar 29?3i* Mrs. bannerman, corner of ninth and E streets, has several good Rooms vacant suitable lor faotilies, which she will rent with board on reasonable terms. She can accommodate six or eight gentlemen with table board. roar 29?31 BOAKUISO.-8I1 or eight genteel boarders, by the month, week or day, can be accommo dated at Mrs. DEMENT'S, No. S17T B st., opposite the Metropolitan office. mar 9?3w* Boarding.?mrs. duvall, no. 331 Pa. avenue opposite Browns' Hotel, has several very desirable rooms, suitable for families or single gentlemen, which she would rent with board, on reasonable terms. She can also accommodate 6 or 8 gentlemen with meals, without lodging. uiaib-tf Auction Bales. By J. C. ?cOVlRKi Aattl*a?ir> SALE BY ORDER OF THE ORPHANS COURT, of Furniture and Household Effects.?On TUES DAY morning, April 3, at 10 o'clock, at the rf?i dence of the l:ite Wm. II Page, on Frtb street, be tween E and F streets, I shall sell, by order of ih? Orphans' Court, all hi> Furniture and Effects, com prising? Mahogany hair spring Sofk, Chain Do Centre and Side Tables Dressing and plain Bureaus, Bedsteads Washstaads, Toilet Sets Superior Feather Beds, Bolsters and Pdlows Hair and husk Mattreeses Blankets, Counterpanes. Comforts Cane and wood seat Chairs, Lounges Carpets, Oilcloth, Mailing Dining and Bieakfast Tables French and Stone China, Glassware Silver Spoons and Forks, superior Telle Cutlery Plated Castota, Curtains and Shades Cooking, Radiator and Air-tight Staves T< |jlh' r with a general uionmcni of II< K >thuld and Kuehen Furniture* By order of * R C PAGE, Admiuisl:ator. JAS. C. McGUIRB. mar 29? d Auctioneer Bjr GKEKN 4l SCOTT, Auetloueetf* ThrustEE's sale of furvitcre, crock . ery Waie, Clocks. Looking Glasses, he at auc lion ?On TUESD * Y, the 3d Aiwil, I shall sill, ly viitue of a deed of trust from Ezra Leare, to the subscriber, bearing date 38th day of March, 18.S5, and duly recorded in the land records tor Washing ton county, in ih*> District oi Columbia, at the store of said Lease, on Niulh st. between Pa. avenue and D st, at 10 o'clock a. m , all the effect* of the es tablishment, via: Mahogany and Walnut Drrs*ing an * otb*-r Bureaus I >o Solas and Lounges Painted Wardrob s Di pining, Card, and other Tables and Stands Ma?!* Redsteads Rocking, cane and wood Mat Chairs Hair and Shuck Maltre-se* Feather Pillow and Bolsters A large lot of Crockery and Giasjware A large lot of Clocks, Looking Glasses Wooden and Willow Ware With many other articles which we deem unne cessary to enumerate. Terms: $30 and under cash; over that sum a credit of3Jdays, for notes satisfactorily endorsed, bearing interest. GREEN fc SCOTT, mar 38?eo Auctioneer*. ?y ORKKK * SCOTT. Auction***-*. Household and kitchev furnituue at Auction aad House to let ?On WEONES DAY, the 4th of Apnl, we st.all sell, at 10 o'clock a in, at the residence of a gentleman declining house keeping, a^ No. 333 Ninth street, two doors above north L street, an excellent as^oitment of Furniture viz i Mahogany Sofas, parlor and rocking Chairs Do velvet covered cantor aim Chairs and Ot tomans Do marble top centre and pier Tables and Bureaus Do dining, breakfast and card Tables Do Bookcase and tine large portable Ward robe ftirandolrs, solar, hall and other Lamps China, Glass and Crbk ery ware Gilt and other pier Glasses High and low post Be. steads and Washstands Fine velvet, Tapestry, 3 ply, ingrain and stair Car p?ts Parage Oilcloth, Hearth Rugs and Matting Refrigerator, Sioves Andirons, Shovel and Tod:," Willi a good assortment of Kitchen Requisites Terms : All sums of and under $35 cash ; over $3 a credit of sixty and ninety days, for notes satislac only endorsed bearing interest. Tae House it also for rent, a fine two story and basement brick, containing ten pood aiul con vein eptly arranged rooms, wiih bigbceili.igs, alore r<>ooi and c oseu complete, hot and cold water conveyed through the house, and a pump of excellent water in the yard, and a side loi witli fine fruit ir>*??. El pes, and b ing near the Northern Liberia ? V arket. For further particulars apply on the premises. GREEN fc SCOTT, mar 29?d ^ Auctioneers By K. 8. WRIGHT, Auctioneer, Gcorgstosrn. Genteel furniture at auction?b> consent of all parties concerned, I slia'l sell, without reserve, on FRIDAY next, tlie30ih instant, at 10 o'clock, at the House now occupied by John Van Horn, (as the Farmer's Hotel.) on Uridge rt , all the Household Enects, consisting of Spring seat Sofas and Rockers Dining, centre, card and pier Table* Carpets, Oilcloths and Mattings Large Mirror, Window i urtains Clock, Chairs, Tables Crockery and Glassware li good Feaiher Bed*, Podding and Bedsteads Cooking, Coal and other Stoves With a varietv of Kitchen Furniture. T> nue cash. E. S. WRIGHT, mar 27?3t Auctioned. By GKIKN * SCOTT. Auctioneers, Household and kitchen furniture at Auction.?On MONDAY, the 2d d<y of April, we ?hall sell, at lOo'clocKa. ni., at the rt?i dence of Mr. W. C ll.ii'i. r, at No Peunsylva nia avenue, corner 15th >t.,sn cxcclleut assortment of Furniture, viz: Mahoeantr Hofa, parlor ? rocking Chairs Walnut Dressir g Biireut. French Bedsteads Cherry, French, and othei Ledsteads, and Wasl? etauds Feaiher Beds, Bidding and Mattresses (Girandoles. China, glass ami crockery War* G it framed Mirror, and other Looking Glasses Venitian Blinds and Window Curtains 3 plv, ingrain, and stair Carpets * Fine passage and step Oilcloth and door Mats Hiniiig ilid Breakfast Tables Cane ar.d other Chairs Andirons, Shovel and Tongs, Fender* Cooking, airtight. sud other Stoves With a good lut of Kitchen Requisites. Terms cash. The above described Furniture is nearly new and of good quality. Perseus wishing to purchase wfh do well to attend the *ale. The Hou^-e is (or rent. Inquire on the premises. GREEN fit SCOTT, mar 27?d Auctioneers. Br J. C. McGVIltE, Auctioneer. SUPERIOR FURNITURE AM) HOUSEHOLD EflVcl? at Public Male.?On MONDAY tuoru ing, April 2J, at 10 o'clock, at the residence ol J W. Simon I on, Esq., on Sixth, between I) and E streets, one d->or n >rlh <>f I'uitariaii Church,! shall sell ;dl jf his i zcellent Furniture and Household Ef fects, comprising? Handsome carved walnut Patlor Suite, fuindted in rich Maroon olush, consisting of large Frew h Sofa, pairofTete a Eetes, pair Arm Chairs, pair Gothic Reception Chairs, and Parlor Chairs Fine rosewood marble top Centre Tables Superior mahogany Secretary and Bookcase, What Not Handsome Frcncli plate Pier Glasses, Bracket Ta Mm Fancy Chairs, Marble top Light Stands. Astral Lamp Elegant Hamask an] Lace Curtains. Cornice, kc. Velvet, Brussels and Three-ply Barpejs, Ritgs Piano Forte and Stool, Girandole* Handsome Gilt Chandeliers and Gas fixtures French China Vases, Ornament* Time tine Oil Paintings, two by Richards and one Wy Me'.ood (views near Washington) Enamelled Cottage Sets, Bureaus, Washstands Mahogany ElizaUeihian Bedsteads Washstands Superior Hair Mattresses Bolsters and Pillows I)<mask covered Lounge. Divans, Crib Walnut hair spring seat Chairs, Rockers Halrack. Oilclili, Stair Carpet Straw Matting, Drugget. Rugs Mahogany Sideboard, Dining Tables French and stone China, Glassware Table Cutlery. Cbafiing Dishes Silver plated Castors Excellent C Hiking Stove ani Fixtures Together with an excellent assortment of Kitchen Utensils Terms: $30 and under cash ; over that sum a credit of 60 and 90 days, for notes satisfactorily endorsed, bearing interest. JAMES C. McGUIRE. mar 27?d Auctioneer. By GRKKN * SCOTT. Auctioneers Household and kitchen furniture at Auction.?OnYRIDAY. U e 30th ins?a-i?, we shall sell, at the residence ol'J L Davis, Eeq.. at the Cottage at the comer of north N and 13th sts. west, an excelle t assoiuuent ol Furniture, viz: Mahogany and velvet covsrod parlor set consisting of two Tete a Teles, one large Ann Castor Chair, six carved back parlor Chairs, two Ot ti'inaus One tine toned mahogany case Pianoforte Mahogany Dressing Bureaus Mining and Breakfast Tables Mahogany and gi>t frame Looking Glasses Feather Beds, Mattresses and Bedsten. s Cane and wood seal Chairs, Washstands China, g'aws, crockery, stone and wood Ware Pa?Ife Oilcloth, Straw Matimg Cooking, airtight and other Stoves With a good assortment of Kitchen Requisites Terms: All sums of nd under ?25 cash ; over $35 a credit of 3 and 4 months, for notes satisfactorily endorsed, bearing interest. GREEN A SCOTT, mar 24?d Auctioneers. STOP YOUR COUGHING. JUST received, per Adams It Co.* Express one ease of Mallard's New York Gold Medal GUM DROPS, consisting of Btnana, Vanilla, Raspberry, Lemon and Horenound flavors. A'so, a Complete assortment of his celebrated Chocolates, of universal reputation and without rival in the United States. For sale at Z. M. P, KING'S, 965 Vermont a\enue comer I ?tr?fi. ?arlf-tf teleoraptuc. RBPOBTKO roa TBI DAILY EVEITINO STAB. Won-Arrival of tho Asia. lUiirti, March 29?12 a.?There ara do signs yet of the appearance of tho steainsr Asia She is now la her 13th day oat. Poiltioal Project Defeated Pbiladelpbia, March 29 ?Tho Whig* called a meeting last night at Spring Garden Hall, in opposition to seoret societies, bnt the Kno* Nothing? were in tho majority, at4 passed resolu'ieos which dafoatod tho wholo object of tho meeting Tho original resolu tions were rejected. The meeting adj turned with three cheers for " Sam." Leu of a Yoaool with a Cargo of Salt Niw Yoaa, March 29 ?Capt. Moody and the crew of the ahip Fanny Oiffoey, arrived at this port from St. Thomas They report the total loss of their vessel at sea, eo the 6'.h instant. She left Liverpool on the 30th of January, with a cargo of salt, for Now Orient, and was abandoned about 20 miles from St. Thomas, and eunk in about an hour after - wards. She was valued at $49,COO Kopublioaa Movement la tho Caaadi&n Far liaaeat. Qubbkc, March 29?The second reeding of the billiDtrodueing the election principle in to the second branch of the Legislature, was carried in the Assembly last night by a vote of 80 to 4. This measure is regarded as a step toward tho eleotion of Governor, and c?n;e queotly was warmly supported by the annex atioo party. Sow York Market Nbw Yobk, March 29 ?Cotton is downward and dull. Flour is upward and irm?go. i Ohio at $9 31a|9.9l; .Southern, $V 18]a$9 87. Wheat Is upward and firm?white Pennsylra oia at $2 42 Corn is upward?Western at 97o. Pork is upward and firm Beef is firm. Lard Is nnohanged. Whisky is lower at Ji'c Hew York 8took Market. Nbw Yobk, March 29 ?Stocks are dull and lower. Money is unchanged Sale* at the first board of fcrie Railroad at 62|; Cleveland and Toledo Railroad 68; Cumberland Coal Company, .12|; Reading Railroad 83 j; Cant n Com pony 27 J; New York Centra! Railroad 931; Pennsylvania Coal Com^acy 105|; Indiana 11 84; Ohio 6's 108; Virginia ti's 9Gj DENTISTRY. RB. DONALDSON, Dentist, late of the firm ot , Hunt &. Donaldson, continues to manufacture and insert Umm beautiful ' *1 porcelain teeth, with ??e without gum?, * tor specimens of which (d**p<?*tied l>> tlie late firm) was awarded tin- tirs-t premium at fhe Mechanics' Institute Fair, recently held in this city The** teeth are cured and shaded to s.nt wh (?articular ram1, and their resemblance to the hum organs is so perfect as to deceive the miM prac tised eye. Particular attention alro paid to filling and pre serving the natural teeth. Charges moderate and all opet sunns warranted. Office southwest corner 8?venUi and D * s - en trance on D. mar Vs ~i-m SPECTACLES. CI OLD, Silver, Light Ste?l, and Silver.plalc 1 T Spectacles, suitable for all ages and all kinds of eyes. Also, Gold, Shell and Horn Eyeglasses. Pebbles, Perifocal, near M^hied at.d ail other kind of Spectacle G a*ees kept constantly on hand, and wil be set in old frames at >h<>rt notice and at * small expense. For kale very low bv E. K i.t'NDY, No. 198 Bridge street, Georgetown, D. C. mar 34 - tf I^O MEMBERS OF CONOIIKHS &. OTHELS. SILVEK SPOONS, FOKK*, fcc.-M. W . GALT k BRO. invi e special attention to their s(Bck of pure Silver Table, Desert, and Tea spoons and Forks, Ladles, Butter Knives, and all "tl er sr tides of pure Silver Ware, wlu^h is iarzeran.t mmc varied than ever offered to their customer*. M. W. GAET a. BHO , 3'44 Pa. avenue betw. 'Jth and luui siv feb 83?1! WATCH ICS AND JUWICLUV 1 have on hand a eood supply ot' fine WATCHES and JEWELRY sold very cheap to su<t the times Gold I ret Watches as low as |^5, wariant<-d to* keep good lime. Call and see lor yourselves at th-* slop: of J. ROBINSON, 340 Pa. av?., oppo. Browns' Hotel, feb 3B?dim fine IB " be COME LEARN YOCR FATE. MRS. GSCOR.GB, late of England, wi?he* to inform the ladies and genil-'tuen of Wa liin? ton and Georgetown that she can be seen ai:-i con sulted on the past, pr>-senl and fu?ur<- events, at *!??? late residence, No 84 F street, i^tween iilsi ; i?:t 2i>l streets, First Ward, opposite the OUetviwy. Her name is on the door. Hours from 9 a m to 8 p m. Ladies 25?Gentlemen 30 cwita. fek28-lm* TAKK KOT1CH. NEW SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. PW. BROWNING, Merchant Tailor, under a the Unrted States Hotel, has just receive . i large supply of Spring and Summer Goods, and is now preparid to o(T< r great bargains to ail hi want of good and faikiouuble clotiiing. Mis ** Ready made Clothing " will be sold at the following low prices: Wh le suits, Coat, Pant iloons, and Vert, of tiin cloth or caasiatere, i. ?r $1'2. Fine Black Frock and Dress Coats, fn in ?Il) to 915. Good Business C<-?ts for %7. Black and Fancy Pants, iioni t ? %T. Marseilles *ud Silk Vest*. tr tn t.? ^.r>. " He kec|i? always on hand a large assortment o? fancy aiticlea, such as Shirts,Gloves, Cmvats, I'm brellas, 8ic. '?Sole Aeent for the >a!e of Scott's Fa^h.ons.' mar 19?tj. ^50 REWARD. RAN AWAY from the subscriber, living in Not ungham Dinrict, Prince George's county, Man land, on Friday morning last, tli? lOtii instant, i.) negro uian EMANUEL,who calls hini? !! F.mai u ' Gough- He is about '?5 years ol age. dtirk rmi lu ion, haa a full set of teeth, ha* a tcare on hi- for> head, one on his right arm, n< ar the elbow, is fiv ? feet eight inches and a quarter high in his knot*. It ? had on when he went away a suit or drat> jloth aud a black slouch bat. I purchased him ol Mr>>. Carah Harwood, Sarau^a .-Heel, Baltimore, and she has a brother of his living with her; and hi* mother (a free woman) also lives in Baltimore. Hi* wi'e belongs to John L. Dufiel, Esq . near Darne town, Montgomery coun'y, Maryland. 1 will give a reward of twenty-flve dollars for b< ? apprehension, if taken in Prince George's cour.i/. and fifty doll a a if taken elsewhere?to either case he must be brought home or secured in jail, so that I get him TIIOS. R. F.\RLY. mar 23?if P. O. Nottingham. Md. Proposals for building Light Hons i on "Sty on foot Knoll," month of Patapsco Fiver. Maryland. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, I OrricE or Li?uT-lloi'?ii Bniao. |> Wastiington, D. C. March *7, ) PROPOSALS will be re<>eived nntil the 3thJi ol April next, (on which ?!ay th ? b^d* %% ill be openrd) tor furnihlnng the materials 'Ol wrought and wast iron) and building a light hou?e, upon screw pile foundations, on "Seven foot Knoll," at tli? mouth of Patapsco river, Md., by ily? iWtli of lh*cem ber next. Detailed drawings of the plan ?.f the light hout-e can teseen at this office (No. 67 Winder's Buil.-t mg.) Should any bid be accepted, a contract wi!l be ?i ecuted at once. No payment will he made until the whole work ?* completed; and before it is received it in?ist be ap proved by the age it of the Government appointed t? superintend the work?said a-'nt having pnwer U reject i>ll matoriaU aud workwai^hip not in acccrd ance with the terras of the contract. The right is reserved to reject any a-?l all hii's that may not be deemed advantageous to t*i.' public interest. All btds should be ssa/cJ and addressed to the un dentigned, endorsed "Pr posals for Seven loot Knoll Light House." EDMD. L. F. IIARDCASTLE, mar38? eolm Engineer Secretary. For sale-a first rate work horse, 6 years old. aud perfectly soucd Apply si ARMY'S Confectionary, Geofgetown. mar 96?eolf Limb? lirei 2,-(JO bushels superior LIME, wood burnt. Just landed in goo 1 order, and will b- s.iJd for rash- WILLIAM WANDER, No. 541 corner lSih and C streets, m*r 38-eoJt (Organ) near the Canal.

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