Newspaper of Evening Star, March 31, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated March 31, 1855 Page 3
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gKVKNINO STAR. Local Intelligence. Th* first dat or April bu been long cel ebrated u a day of amassment The name i? from the Latin word aperio to open?as the ?pring season then bursts upon us The Sax ?ns oat led it Kostermonath. aa it vii the period of their worahip of the Goddess Oeater. The Romans consecrated the firat daj of April t Venus Hone quotes from an al manac printed 95 years since. in England, among otheri the fallowing line : 44 The firat of April some do My Is set apart to: All-fuoU day, But why the people call it so SNor I, nor tUcy U?*nk*lve*, do knew; ut on Hue day are people tent n {.nrpo?e for pure merriment. ? ? ? ? ? But lis a thing to l>e disputed, Which is the greatest fool reputed The one that innoc>TiUy went. Or he that bun designedly sent." The disappointment of the satyrs, who want to a river to see Venes bathe, as related by Grid, may have had something to do with the <(foola" part In eonneotion with it, and that part attributes to this story the origin of the ceremonies of the Roman ladies, 11 who per. formed ablations nnder the myrtle tree, crowned themselves with its leaves and offered sacrifices to Venns " " But soon with myrtles she her beauty veiled, Front whence this aacual ce?tom was entailed.'* 7orty.five years ago, the coming first day of April. Napoleon married Maria Loaisa, Areh Duchets of Austria. With the Hindoos all foola day occara on the 31st March, and Mus selmen of the higheat rank participate in the ?pert. Alc**i or Wasbibgtob Sim* art.?Some twenty.five or thirty years ago, the Alnmni of this Seminary were students of a highly re spectable school in this city, and a nobler bet of fellows never was before or sinoe collected within the walls of a similar institution. The Washington Seminary was the chief literary institution in this District, and its pupils were the children of many bonest, worthy families Hi the District and vicinity. A quarter of a century has passed away. The teachers hare nearly all gone to their long account, and the "boys," no longer such, have been aoattered in every direction to seek their fortunes upon the obeckered theatre of lifa?no two of them punning the identical occupation, but each one independent ef the other. When we look around us as we daily do, and obaerve thoee who were our early com panions?when we meet them one by one, and interchange the "how de-do" with them, we wiah to enjoy all the happiness again as we used to do?to turn boy again, and to greet all our old compeers once more en masse?that we may recognise their familiar faces?reoount our old jokes and tricks, anecdotes, wit, and fan. The very anticipation of suoh a re-union delighte us. We now observe these who used to be boys with as occupying posts of honor and distinction, refleotiDg the highest credit upon themselves and upon their Alma Mater; and why should not those, who, years ago,' ware 'young fellows" together, now be again associated? With this view, therefore, the Alumni of the Washington Seminary have agreed to associate themselves nnder that Bams, and meet annually at the old Seminary, and there, interchanging salutations, revive the good old school* boy days. A meeting ot the old students of Washington 6eminary will be called in a few days, and it is hoped eur old Seminarians will not fail to attend. An anneal meeting day will be ap pointed, and arrangements made for a future celebration. Officers are to be appointed, Ac. ?of which due notice will be given. A Niw Stba* Ewoiwb ?Our neighbor ef the Union has jast put into operation a new ?team engine, manufactured by Wm. M. Ellis A Co , of the Eagle Iron Works, of this oity, aad for efficiency, simplicity, elegance of woekmanship, aid beauty of finish, we do not thlR that its superior can be found in the eouatry. It was exhibited at the late Metro Clitan Fair, where it deservedly attracted th attention and admiration. Tne engine is of twenty-horse power; length of stroke, Id inches; diameter of oylinder. 9 inches. Our eotemporary says: It drives with per* fact ease 13 large printing praises, and has sufficient power to drive double that number. The new bailer is what is commonly called <4a locomotive boiler." and for economy in the consumption ef fuel, accomplishes even more than the gaarantee of the builder. The old boiler consumed about twenty-five hundred dollars worth of fuel every year. With the new boiler, the coat of fuel will not exceed eight hundred dollars a year. No father ever watched the virgin movements of his first-born with more unspeakable satisfaction than the foreman of our press room watches the swift, ?ilent, and oertain movements of the beautiful S'ece of mechanism intrusted to his guidance, e firmly believes that no such engine ever was or ever will be built, and aa his experience in these matters is not inoonsiderable, we will BOt undertake to question his judgment. Tan ConiricATioa or tbb Laws.?It is to be hoped that our observing, experienced, and well informed fellow oitiaenswill not hesitate to lay before the board obarged with the duty of codifying the laws of the District of Colom bia, their views of the legal reforms they may think necessary. It is to be sincerely wished that the labors of the Board in question will result as beneficially aa possibly for the pub' lie interest; and that good result is only to be accomplished by and through the joint labors of all oompetent to advise wisely in such mat tars and those of the Board themselves The axperience of nearly every active businese man in the District of Columbia will enable him to make some suggestion or other to the Board from whioh the latter may draw infor mation likely to assist them in the successful discharge of their duties Tairr ?On Friday morning, about two o'eleck, the auxiliary guard while ob their beat on Pennsjlvania avenue between Third and Fonr-and a-half streets, discovered a man whose movements excited their suipioions that, he either intended to break into a store in that vicinity or commit an aot of incendiarism. As ?oon as he perceived that they narrowly watched his ooaduct he slipped around the corner and outran the guardians of the night. On returning to the place where the man was ffrst seen they found a champagne basket con taining six fine hams, which, it was oertain under.the circumstances, did not come iato his possession honestly. They were taken to the watch-bouse, where, this morning. Mr. J. H. Caldwell, a dealer in the Centre Market, identified them as his property. The rogue kad prised off a plank of Mr. Caldwell's cov ered stand, and by this means took his pick of the bacon Cabtbts.?Those in want of these indis pensibles will find just now at Clagett A Dod son's indaeements to buy, suoh as are very rare, indeed. They are actually selling new carpeting of all qualities, from the most ale gant and fashionable down to the ingrain, at piices as low as one has to pay for similar goods at anetion, after having been worn more or less. These goods were purchased for cash in New York, during the late tight times when maay importers and jobbers were forced to sell at any prise to raise money to save their credit, liecce the prices at whish Clagett A Dodson are enabled to cell them. Tbb Poisobibo Case ?The jury in the ease of Pharnella Skinker and Delia iiaael, charged with poisoning Cassy Williams, oame into the court this morning, minus one of their number. The missing juryman?Wm. Wise?retired to kic hccq^eoat four o'clock this morning, for whisk dfTraordiaary conduct ho is liable to aa indictment As eleven men could not deter mine on a verdiot, and as thoy had been out forty eight hours, they were discharged. The court then proceeded with the trial of Ike same parties, there being four or five in dictments against them, that number of persons hawing beea poisoned. Woodward for the United States,and Laaky and Ennisfor defence. Koiawat.?Yesterday, the pedestrians on the avenge, between Ninth and Tenth atreeta were sooffewhat alarmed for their safety by the rapid strides of a horse, attached to a car riage. The large glass windows on the avenue were endangered for a time, but luckily the runaway was arrested before serious harm re* ?ailed. Ext**s^Bwibdli5??We stated reoently that t xaiif^Rping himself Thomas Donuj, had been taken from this city to Baltisoore, by Offloer Graham, of tha poll50 firm of Potaa, Graham A MoKinley, upon ft requisition of the Governor of Maryland, charged with ob taining merchandise of inn dry merchants of Philadelphia and Baltimore, amounting to Mren or ton thousand dollars, andor falae pro tenses. Since that time, Offioor Graham has twice visited Washington, and, within tholast three days, with the aid of Officer Kimball, and Mr. David Ilarrover, of this city, at least $500 worth of the goods have been roooTorod. The accused, kept a store on Louisiana avenne, in ono of tho beautiful storos of the block recently erected by Silas H Hill, Esq His name appears on tha sign as Dalany, but in the Seventh Ward, where ho likewise ear ned on business, as Dunaney. The goods consisted of grooerios, including cboioe wines, and almost every article which enters into that trade. Procuring them for nothing, or under false pre to noes, he under sold the respectable merchants, retailing teas twenty-five per cent., and hams, in some cases fifty per cent, less than other grooers; and, consequently, he was fast obtaining a fine run of custom It was ascertained, as we learn irom officer Kimball, that, ia his wholesale transactions, he sold five hundred dollars' worth of goods for one hundred dollars These goods were recovered, on the repayment to the purohaser of the last named sum Between one hundred and fifty and two hundred dollars' worth oi groceries were found teoreted in a stable, or outhouse, where they had been clandestinely oeneealed by thi* man. In one instance, thirty dollars' worth of teas wore found oon coaled under the bed of one of our residents, who stated -hat the article had boon presented to him by Mr*. Dulany, the wife of the ac cused. On breaking open and entering the store on Virginia avenue the offioers found a quantity of goods, the names upon them having boon erased to avoid identification We learn from officer Kimball that six cart loads of goods, whieh Dulany had procure! from the Philadelphia and Baltimore mer chants were recovered in various places in this city. There are others in the store on Louisiana Ivenue. The aocused has been oommitted to jail, in Baltimore, by Sheriff Hindes, in default of se curity for his appearance at Court. Markkt.?The market prices this morning were such as were calculated to oause much sad feeling among those who have to work for the money that buys their provision. Beef sold at 10 to 18 oonu per pound; mutton, 12 to 15; and salt boef, 8 to 12} Fish--rock aod perch?37* cents per bunch; herring, 25 cents per dozen; shad, $1 per ptir, for the larger kind. Fish are scarce, and only twen ty four pair of shad were brought to the eity yesterday. ?? Miss Farhy Morant.?This lady earned all hearts by storm last night?Iron Hall be ing crowded. To-nieht she plays Julis, in the Hunchbaok, one of her very best charac ters Be sure to go to sec her in it. SnciDB ?We regret to learn that Mr. John Wallace, formerly of this eity, and connected with the dry goods firm of Hall A Brother, of this city, committed suicide uj hanging him self en Ihurtday evening last, at his home in Montgomery County, Maryland. It is^ said that he had been suffering under alienation of mind, in oonsequenoe of pecuniary losses. Night Drills ?Last nipht, in the calm moonlight, the Washington Blues late Union Guards, were out, under their drill sergeant, training. They are a fine looking body of men, and, under good drill masters, will make efficient soldiers, such as will odd to the credit of our arms ?? Eyaub, 236 Pennsylvania avenue, to-day opens his spring styles of gentlemens' hats and ladies' Bonnets. Notice?The John Devlin, whose name ap peared a few days ago among the list of lodgers in the watch-house, is not Mr John Devlin, a clerk in tha Fifth Auditor's office, who is well known to our fellow-oitisens as an old aod respeoted resident of Washington. Watch Returns.?There was only one lodger last night, who was allowed to depart aarly this morning. In oorporstion oases, Thos Hulme was arrested in the Theatre for disorderly condnot, and this morning dis missed ; one fellow, name not known, for swearing the market, fine and costs GEORGETOWN CORRESPONDENCE City Councils?Vast I Ashore?Boy Shot? Markets, fyc. GnoaesTowH, March 31,1855. Both Boards of our City Councils met last night, at the usual hour, all the members be. ing present. A lengthy message was received from the Mayor, covering a pamphlet oopy of the cor poration ordinances passed in 1850, and a con siderable amount of correspondence which passed between his honor and Messrs. English and Brick, ia relation to the filling up of the trenches cut through our streets for the gas mains Ihe message was quite lengthy. Mr Bangs presented a memorial from prop erty holders on the lino of Seventh street, asking that ia the survey of the same it be oontinued through to Congress street; re ferred Mr Bangs presented a remonstranoe from Richard Cruikshank, against the proposed levying of an additional tax on his property on Congress street for certain improvements; referred. Mr. Semmes presented a memorial from the Trustees of the Poor, asking permission to purchase certain ground; referred. Mr. McCan offered a bill appropriating$200 for cleansing, painting, and repairing the Town llouso; passed?laid on the table in the Board of Aldermen. Mr Osborn. from committee and ways and means, reportod a bill appropriating $650 for oertain purposes ; passed both boards. Mr. Myers reportod a bill appropriating $225 for the benefit of Galas A Sea ton, Messrs. Smoot, Siisby, and Meredith; passed both boards. A resolution passed both boards making an appropriation of $37^0 for tha benefit of the widow of John Adams, late messenger to the two boards. Mr. Bangs offered a bill directing the Sur veyor in preparing the plot of Seventh street, to continue the sasae through to Congress st; passed both boards. Mr. Bangs offered a bill directing the Mayor to cause the grade of Road street to be fixed from High street to its Eastern terminus, and furnish tne Councils with estimates of grading, curbing, Ao ; passed both boards. Mr. Osborn offered a bill directing the elerk to furnish the Councils with a statement of all the revenue arising to the Corporation from all indirect sources for the present year; passed both boards. Mr. Osborn offered a resolution, authorising the President of the Common Council to con tract with A. L. Settle, for printing one hun dred pamphlets, copies of rules of order for the use of the membors; passed. Mr. Bangs offered a resolution in relation to a revisement of our police system, and the pro viding of a regular day and night polioe force; passed. Mr. Myers oalled the attention of the oom m it tee on pumps to oertain claims against the Corporation, now in the hands of said oommit too Mr Grimes stated that the committee was not prepared to report. Mr Bangs moved that the memorial of cer tain parties on Frederick street be taken from files and referred to oommittee on streets ; passed. The Board of Aldermen passed a bill pro viding for a messenger to the Mayor and clerk, and appropriating $100 as the salary of the same; referred. ? . . Mr. Bangs offered a message to the Board of Aldermen, proposing a joint meeting of the two Boards on next Friday night, for tho pur pose of electing two suitable persons to aid in codifying the laws; passed. Laid orer tempo rarily in Board of Aldermen. On motion of Mr. Bangs, a special commit toe, consisting of Messrs Bangs, Semmes aod Edes. was appointed to superintend the Im proving of the chamber of Oommoa Couneil. And tkaa, ?n motion of Mr. Edca, the Board adjourned. ? , The baraw Wm. Chase, Dorrr, from Porto Rieo, bo ana to Georgetown, with a cargo of ragar and molawM, to tho Mtwn. Dodgo, went aahore some days ago oa Hog 111 and, out aide of tho Virginia eaptg. Wo have not learned what amount of damage*, if any, tho veaael or oar go, will a u tain. A boy by tho name of Denniaon waa shot and badly womnded a faw daya ainee near Tenallytown, by aome person, not oortainly known. After tho individual shot tho boy, he ran, leaving hia gun behind, whioh waa fonnd by a Mr. Bemmea. The offering of beef eattle at Drover'a Heat for the week, have amounted to 76 head, all of whioh wore aold at $5.l2iajK on tho hoof, equal to $10 25a$l2 not. Sheep, $3.&0a$4 68] per 100 lha. Floor?market Arm at $9 25, and hotter aa in quality, holdera bat little inolinodto soil Nor weat arriving; a good artiole would oom- . mand from 92.15 to $2 30. Salea, rinoo our] laat, of 1,800 bushels of oorn at 92 oonta. A large lot waa offered this morning at 90 oents. Arrivals.?Sohr. Coquette, Skinner, Peters burg, to E. Piokrell A Co.; Pa. Sohr. R. H. Huntley, Hammond, N. Y., to P. A A. H. Dodge; Sohr. Edward Hardy, Holmes, Elisa beth City, N. C., to George Waters. Sailed.?Pa. Sohr. Fairfax, Mott, for N. Y. Spbotatob. fT7?A CARD TO THX LA.OIBB.?GOOD MEWS FOB THK SICK. DK. DCPOKCO'8 OOLDKN MONTHLY FILLS, tbe 1>*?t and moat loralllble remedy STer dtsoor?r*d for re lieving and cnrlng *11 palatal, dlstreeelng, and dlOcalt meu etruaUon, and removing all periodical obstructions, acd lr regularlttee arlalng frem whatever cante. These PiUs are a complete TRtCMFH IN MEDICAL SCIKHCS. They are prepared by a proceee which cnucentratee the Ingredient*Into a small balk, thus rendering It nuneceesary for risllcaS* female* to take large doses of nauseous drugs. Dr. Heposeo's Pills are tbe reselt of over THIRTY TEARS' KXPKKIRNOE In the treatment of the diseases of females. They here been advertised for a little over one year, yet SEVBRAL THOUSAND BOXK8 have already been sold, and the demand for them rapidly In- \ err sues whsrerer they become known. They have been 1 thoroughly tried In Washington, and found to act like a charm. Sold by alt Druggists In Washington, Georgetown and Al xaiidrla. To. mar 1?eolm* rr-pNEITBALGIA.?This formidable disease, which seems use-Tie to baffle the skill of nhyslclans, yields Ilka magic to GARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. Mr. T. Boyden, formerly of the Astor Heaee, New Tork, and lata proprietor of the Exchange Hotel, Richmond, Vs., Is one of the hundreds wbe have beeu cured of savers Neu ralgia, by CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. hlnce bis cure he baa recommended It to numbers of oth ers, who were suffering with nearly every form of disease, with the most wondertal success. He says It Is ths most extraordinary medicine lie has ever | seen used, atd ths beet pnriSer known. ?(?See advertisement In another column. VMi SnuiisToi receives all the new Books and Mews papers as fast aa published. He Is ageat for Harper's and all the other Magaslnea, and our readers will always find a large aud good assortment of Blank Books and Stationery at hie Bookstore, Odeon Betiding, cor Pa. avenue and *H at. DIED. On the 3<'Hh instant, of scarlct fever, MARIAN only child of Horatio Bridge, U. 8. Navy, aged three years and nil months. The funtral will be at St. John's Church, to-mor row (Sunday) at 5 o'clock p. m., where tbe friends ] of tbe family are invited to attend. * On the 30th instant, at 7 o'clock, of hemorrhage of the longs, Mr. DAVID G. C. CROSS, in the 23d year of his age The friends of the family are respectfully invited t) attend his funeral, from the residence of his uncle, Joseph Cross, Esq , on south P street, between First and Second, ou to-morruw (Sunday) afternoon, at 2^ o'clock. Wanti. A GENTLEMAN WITH HIS LADY AND SON six years of age, desire board in a genteel pri vate family, in a retire t rart of the city Addreas "H n G," throusli the City Po6t Office. mar 31?3t* WANTED?TO PURCHASE?A HOUSE wi>b I four or five rooms. Payments not to exceed $50Q a year. Address, post pud, statins terms and where an interview may be had, " W H," 540 L street north. mar 31?It* A SALESWOMAN WANTED.?WANTED IN | a fancy Store on Pa- avenue, a young lady of pleasing address, who has had some experience as a saleswoman,?nd can give satisfactory references | as to qualifications, ate , will hear of a geod aitua tion by addressing "Amicus," City Post Office, with | real name and address. mar 31?3teo WANTED?A ROOM WITH BOARD IN THE I First Ward, by a gentleman who will, if de aired, furnish Ills room. Address, for one week,] "M," at this office. mar 31?tf* ANTED?A NUMBER OF YOUNG LA <tie? who understand dress making. Apply j to M. WILL I AN, between 7 th and 8 ?t* , Pa. ave. mar 31? 2t* WANTED-employment FOR A COLOR ed man, accustomed to driving a cart In quire of the subscriber, p# avenue, between 10th an t 11th streeta. mar 31?e? 3t WM. II. MOORE. A RESPECTABLE YOUNG GIRL WANTS A situation as Chambermaid. Has no objection to take rare of children or to sew. Address Mary, j at this office. mar 30?2t* WANTED?AN ACTIVE AND INDUSTRI-j ous colored Boy, and one capable of taking charge of a horse and carriage. None need apply unless well recommended. BARBOUR h. 8EMME3, Grocers, No. 07 Louisiana avenue, mar 29? eo3t N OMNIBUS DRIVER WANTED.?A person well qualified to drive an omnibus liny find a good situation by addressing " S," at tlii9 office, mar 30?3t WANTED- BY A STEADY MIDDLE AGED man, a situation in some respectable employ m?-nt. G-jod references to character, &c. can be given. Address "C D E," at tins office. mar 30?3t House wante d?the advertiser I wishes to purchase, for cash, a good two story brick Dwelling, suitable for a ?mnll family, situated north of Pa. avenue. Address "8 F A," through the ! Post Office, starng location, price, fee. mar 12?1m* Boarding. MRS ANN H. SCOTT, opposite Jackson Hall, is now prepared to receive Boarders, by the day, week, or month. She has several large front rooms suitable for a lady and gentleman, mar 29?3t* Mrs. bannerman, corner of ninth and E streets, has several good Rooms vacant suitable tor families, which she will rent with beard on reasonable terms. She can accominodatc fix or eight gentlemen with table board. mar 25?? 3t Boarding*?mrs. duvall, no. 331 Pa. avenue opposite Browns' Hotel, has several very desirable rooms, suitable fiir families or single gantlemen, which she would lent with board, on reasonable terms. She can also accommodate 6 or 8 gentlemen with meals, without lodging. mar 8?lm SP1CCTACL.1C0, EVE GLASSES, 8tc , Gold, Silver, and firi'i Steel Sptct&clea, Eye Glas ses, kc (Xf- Particular attention paid to the selection of Glasses adapted to the eyes of wearers. M. W. GALT fc BRO., Jewelers, 134 Pennsylvania avenue, mar 28?if WATCHK8. JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE Always on band a large assortment of the above, which we offer at the lowest rates. M W. GALT k BRO., mar 28 384 Pa. avenne. ORNAMENTAL PAINTERS, O. II. TARNKLL 4 J. W. HANKIIB, Louitiarui avenue, between 6Ik and 7tk atreeti, Next to Varnura's Buildings, HAVING associated themselves to carry on the House, Sign, and Ornamental PAINTING io all its branches, will be thankful to receive all or ders in their line of business, and will use every ex ertion to give saiivfaction. JOBBING in Glazing and Painting promptly at tended to. Give ua a trial. mar 27? tf C. WARR1BBR, WATCHMAKER, new WHEELS, PINIONS, and EVERY KIND OF REPAIRS TO WATCHES, Net MO Psaaiylvaala Avsaaa, (Between Ninth and Tenth streets.) mar 26?Im* WASHINGTON, D. C. TO THE LADIES. MISS S J. THOMPSON jn^His now prepared to show our large^HB| ?HTand well selected stock of MilitneryHH^ which she has just opened, of the la> test styles which we are selling at the lowest prices, and we cordially invite tbe ladies to call early and have the first selections. We would also respectfully call their attention to mir large ami hand handsome stock of Fancy Goods Pertuinery. Gloves, Hosiery, fcc,. which we can sell at unusually low prices. HUTCHINSON & MUNRO, No. 310 Pennsylvania avenue, First door west of Walter Harper b Co.'s. mar S8? By J? C. HeODlRSi AaatlMur /CATALOGUE SALE OF STANDARD AND \J MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS st Anetiou.?On TUE8DAY afternoon, 3d April, at i o'clock, at the Auction Roooia, I shall sell a targe and vaii-tible col lection of Boo In, erabracinf all toe best and favorite poets. Also, Franklin's Works complete Lord Baconrs, Hume, Smellet, and Millar's His tory of England Statesman's Mann] living's, Cooper's, and the Waverlsy Novels, complete, in superb bindings, fee. Also, richly bound Family Bibles, beautifully iU lustrated. Terms cash. JAS. C. McGUIRE, mar 31?d Auctioneer. ly OREKN dfc SCOTT* Aucttoneers. Household and kitchen furniture at Auction.?On THURSDAY, the 5 h Apri", we shall sell, at the residence of C. L Lombard, Esq , on north H, between 4th and 5th street*, No. 007, an excellent asaoitment ot nearly n w Vurni ture, via: Mahogany parlor Chain, Lounges and Rockets Do centre, dining aud other Tables 1 tine painted Cottage Chamber 8et ? Parlot, passage, sfbtr and chamber Carpets Bedding and Bedsteads Hair and shuck Mattresses China, glass, crockery, stone And wood Ware Cooking, airtight, parlor and other Stores With a good assortment of Kitchen Requisites 3 fine old Violins, music and other valuable Books Lot of Potatoes and Red Ash Coal With many other articles which we deem unne cessary to enumerate. Terms: All sums of and under $35 cash; over $35 a credit of 60 and 90 days, for notes satisfactorily endorsed, bearing interest. The House is also for rent, a good new three story frame, containing seven good rooms and a cistern holding two thousand gallons, a good cellar and ex ?ellent out buildings, and within five minutes' walk of the Post Office. Rent very reasonable. Inquire on the premises. GREEN A SCOTT, mar 31?d Auctioneers. By OREKII * SCOTT, Auctlontan. 1 TRUSTEE'S SALE OF FURNITURE, CROCK . ery Ware, Clocks, Looking Glasses, &c at auc lion?On TUESDAY, the 3d Annl, I shall stll, by virtue of a deed of trust from Ezra Lease, to the subscriber, bearing da'e 28th day of March, 1855, and duly recorded in the land records for Washing ton county, in the District of Columbia, at the store of 6aid Lease, on Ninth st. between Pa. avenue and I) st, at 10 o'clock a. m , all the effects of the as tahlinbment, viz: Mahogany and Walnut Dressing and other Bureaus IH> Sofas and Lounges Painted Wardrobes Do Dininjr. Card, and other Tables and Stnnas Maple Bedstead* Rocking, cane and wood seat Chairs Hair and Shuck Mattresses Feather Pillow and Bolsters A large lot of Crockery and Glaasware A large lot of Clocks, Looking Glasses Wooden and Willow Ware With inany other articles which we deem unne cessary to enumerate. Trrms: $30 aud under cash; over that sum a credit of 30 days, for notes satisfactorily endorsed, bearing interest. GREEN fc SCOTT, mar 90?eo Auctioneers. For 0alo and Kent. FOR RENT?A MEDIUM SIZED HOUSE, ON Maryland avenue, between Sixth and Seveath streets. F??r particulars enquire at 'he Fancy Store of T. GALLIGAN fc CO., under Browns* Hotel, mar 31? 3oet For rent?will be for rent on the 1st of April, the house on Pa. avenue, near the corner of 15tli streets, north side, occupied at pres ent by Mr. W. C. Butler, No. 203. This house is conveniently Mtuated for the purpose of renting the rooms to a great advantage being n?ar the depart ments and public offices. Apply to O. E. p. hazard, mar 31?3t* on the premises. A CERTAIN CHANCE TO MAKE A fOR turn- ?A lady having acquired a competency in the Millinery business, is now desirous ot dispo* ing of her establishment, ami retiring into private life. Her location is one of the best in the city, and is a rare opportunity for rnc acquainted with the business. For terms and particulars a;>ply at this office. mar29-lm FOR RENT?A comfortable FRAME HOUSE situated on First street, between B and C sts. near the Railroad Dep >t. BARBOUR h. 8EMME3, mar 29?eo3t Grocers, No. 67 Louisiana av. 1MIE RESIDENCE OP COL. ROBERTS, U. S. 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, stables ani outhouses in perfect order, and ornamental grounds, Iruit trees, he , in the best condi ion. For information apply at this office. mar FOR REN T?ABOUT FIFTY ACRCS OF Land across the Long Bridge, in Virginia, and east of the Alexandria Canal. Apply to R P. & A. DODGE, mar 28?Iw Georgetown. T>UILDING LOT8 FOR SALE.?A VARIETf 1Jul Building Lots in the vicinity of the City Hall. Also, in all other parts of the city, on accommodat ing terms. Enquire at Mrs. ADAMS' Boarding House, opposite to Browns' Hotel, to be seen from 8 to 9 a m, or 3 to 4 p m. Also, an address through the Post Office will rcteive attention. mar 5?et^m DAVID MY ERLE. ITIOR RENT OR SALE ON REASONABLE 1 TERMS? A two-story frame House, with back building, containing six rooms, on 13^ street, between B ^ud C streets 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 thrce-ctory Frame, with hack building, on I at. north, between 4th and 5th sts. west. Apply for the two last mentioned to JAME3 W. BARKER, on H street north, between 12th and 13ib sts. west. Also a two-story Frame, with back building, on Montgomery street, Georgetown. DICKSON k KING, feb 7?eotf Georgetown. For rent.?four new and conveni ent Brick Houses, brown mastic k fronts, con taining parlors with marble mantels, dining tcom, kitchen, servant's room, and five chambers each, and situatea on Thirteenth street, Island, near the public grounds, convenient t? Pa. avenue and the Departments. Rout very moderate. Apply at R. II. CLARKE'S office, corner of Sixth street and Eouisiana avenue, or at D. B. CLARKE'S Drug Store, Eleventh street, Island. mar 6?eotl For rent-the dwelling and store on 11th street west, one door from Pa. avenue, north side, adjoining Farnham's Bookstore. Apply to GEORGE A. W. RANDALL, mar 2?eotf comer 12th and D sts. For rent?a house on i st. north, between 13th and 14th sts., opposite Franklin Square, containing <ix rooms, three attic rooms aad kitchen servants; and bath house in back building Good cellars under the main building. Possession given on the 1st April. Apply at the house or to Mr. J. J. Miller, corner of 7th street and Louisiana avenue. mar 27? URAL RETREATS.?SEVERAL OF THOSE cottage residences at Kendall Green being now vacant, application may be mane to the undersigned for renting the same, with privilege of purchasing on liberal lerm?, 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. Gardens of two acres each are attached to every house. A permanent omnibus line communicates with Georgetown, bv way of Penna. avenue, iwica a dav, at the usual faro. WM ST1CKNEY. mar 2-2?tf STORAGE.?Those having Furniture, Dry Goods Groceries, he., to be stored, will find ample ac commodations in the large, airy, flag stone paved, and Dry Basements under the s'tar office, corner Pa avenue and Eleventh st. Apply at the Star office. Jan 31?tf - HOMES FOR ALL.?Beautifully and healthily locuted Building Lou, 24 fctt front by 130 feet deep, on graded streets, can, tmtil spring, be bought at the exceedincjiow price of$75, payable $3 per month Title indisputable. Union Land Office, 7th st., above Odd Fellows' Hall, jan 0?6m JOHN FOX, Secretary. JUST RKCK1VKD 200 sacks fine and G. A. SALT, which we of fer at the very lowest prices. BARBOUR h. SEMMES, Grocers, No. 61 Louisiana avenue, mar 29?eo3t NOTICB ?I received this day a'new assort ment of SLEEVE BUTTONS and STUDS, of the latest styles. Also, a variety of other new Goods: as Vest Chains, Chatelains, Bracelets, 11ns, Earrings, Rings, etc. Great inducements offered to purchasers. H. SEMKEN, No. 330 Pa avenue, bet. 0th and 10th st*. Q(J~ Sew Pointi put to Gold Ptns at short no'ice. Diamonds remounted, and Jewelry made to order, mar 29 ? tf Lime kiln for sale.?part or the whole of it. Inquire on L street south, tetwetn 4th aud 5th streets east, No 991, Navy Yard, aartt-ftw* JK1BMIAH VAN HORN. Auction Stilt By J. v. leGUlRK. SALE BY ORDER OF THE ORPHANS COURT, nf Furniture and Household Effects.?On TUES DAY morning, April 3. at 10 o'clock, at tbe re* dence of the late Wm. H Page, no FVth street. be twetrn E and F streets, I rhall tell, by nrder of the OrphanV Court, all hia Furniture and Effects, com prising? Mahogany hair spring 80A1, Chain Do Centre and Side Tablet Dressing and plain Bureau, Bedsteads Washstands, Toilet Seta Superior Feather Beds, Bolster* aad Pillows Hair and husk Mattresses Blankets, Counterpanes. Comforts Cane and wood seat Chairs, Lounges Carpets, Oilcloth, Matting Dining and Bieakfast Tables Fn nch and Stone China, Glassware Silver Spoons and Forks, superior Table Cutlery Plated Castors, Curtains and Shades Cooking, Radiator and Air-tight Stoves Together with a general assortment of Hru?ebold and Kitchen Furniture* By order of R. C PAGE, Administrator. ? _ MS. O. McGUIRE, Auction?r ?f OaRKM * SCOTT. Austlsassrs. Household and kitchen furnpture at Auction and House to let ?Ou WEDNES DAY, the 4th of April, we shall sell, at 10 o'clock a m, at the residence of a gentleman declining house keeping, at No. 333 Ninth street, two doors above north L rtreet, an excellent assortment of Furniture vis: Mahogany Sofas, parlor and rocking Chain Do velvet covered castor arm Chain aad Ot tomans Do marble top centre aad pier Tables and Bureaus Do dining, break fkst and card Tables Do Bookcase and fine large portable Ward rube Oirandole^ solar, hall and other Lamps ytaina. Glass sad Cr<>bkerywarc Gilt and other pier Glasses Hifh and low pout Bedsteads Wardrobes and Washstands Fine velvet, Tapestry, 3 ply, ingrain and siair Car pels Passage Oilcloth, Hearth Rugs and Matting Refrigerator, Smves Andiions, Shovel and Tones With a good assortment of Kitchen Requisites Terms: All sums of and undsr $25 cash; over j|2'i a credit of feisty and ninety days, tor notes satisftao orily endorsed bearing interest. Toe House is also for rent, a fine two story and basement brick, containing ten good and convent ently arranged rooms, with high ceilings, store r>om and c osets complete, h?t and cold water conveyed through the house, and a pump of excellent water in the yard, and a side lot with fine fruit trees, Sipes. and being near the Northern Liberties' arket. For further particulars apply on the premises. GREEN fc SCO IT, mar 29?d Auctioneers. By GItlCKBf * SCOTT. Auctlonssrs. Household and kitchen iurniturk . at Auction.?On MONDAY, the Jd d?y of April, we shall sell, si I Oo'clock a. m., at the resi dence of Mr. W. C BuAer, at No 90S Penns)Iva nia avenue, corner l?ih ru,an excellent assortment of Furniture, vis: Mahogany 8ofa, parlor in ?rocking Chain Walnut Dressing Bureau-*, French Bedstead* Cherry, French, and other Bedsteads, and Wash stands Feather Beds, Bedding and Mattresses Girandoles, China, glass and crockery Ware G'lt framed Mirror, and other Looking Glasses Venitian Blinds and Window Ciutains .1 ply, ingrain, and stair Carpets Fine passage and step Oilcloth and door Mats Oining ind Breakfast Tables Cane and other Chain Andirons, Shovel and Tongs, Fenden Cooking, airtight, and other Stoves With a good lot of Kitchen Requisites. Terms cash. The above described Furniture is nearly new and of good quality. Penons wishing to purchase will do well to attend the sale. The llou-e is lor rent. Inquire on the premises. GREEN SCOTT, mar 27?<1 Auctioneers. By GREKI 4l BCOTf. AutUoa?tri< SPLENDID CHINESE AND JAPANESE AND | other Household and Kitchen Furniture at auc lion.?On MONDAY, the 9th of Apiil, we shall sell at 10 o'clock a. m., at the residence of Lieut. Balch ot the United Stares Navy, in the Six Buildings, on Pennsylvania avenue, b-tween Twenty first and Twenty second sts., a very superior assortment ol Furniture, vis: Splendid Japanese Centre Table, inlaid with pearl Do Chinese do do ivory Do Japanese Ladies' Cabinet and Writing Desk, Inlaid with pearl, set Japanese Waiters Do Chinese Work Table and Teapoys, inlaid with pearl Do Chinese Chess and Backgammon Men and Board Do Chinese Paintings and Costumes Do <1o large Punch Bowl and Toilet Set Do do Circular Redstead, inlaid with ivo ry, a perfect curiosity. Do assortment of Japanese and Chinese Orna menls and Curiosities Fine rosewood oval Cent e and marblc-top Sofa Ta bles Fine Chinese hall and other Lamps, gilt glass Cban delien Fine China, Glass and Crock^ryware, among which are one Chinese Dessert Set, white French China Dinner, Tea and Coffee Sets Fine gothic gilt frame French plate Mirror and Bracket Fine Moreen and Brocstelle Window Curtains and Ornaments Pine walnut getliic, castor, arm and other Chain Fine cushioned Lounges aad Ottomans, Wliat-Nots and pedestals Fine walnut Chamber Set. comprising gothic Be.I stead, Wardrobe, Sofa. Arm Chairs, dressing Bureau, marble lop Washsiand, and single Bedstead Fine wain at Sot, comprising French Bedstead, La dies' Dressing Stand, Psyche Glass and Wash stand Fine Feather Beds, Bidding, Ilair and Shuck Mat* tressei Fine iron Nurse Chair, bronzed iron Settee and Chairs for hall Fine Tapestry, three-ply, ingrain, and Stair Carpets and Rugs Passage Oilcloth and Straw Matting Two jars Nutmeg, preserved in their natural state Quarter cask Madeira Wine, sixteen yean in wood, four years in the East Indies, fine Small lot fine Constancia Refrigerator Mahogany dining and other Tables Cooking and other Stoves Aad a good assortment of Kitchen Requisites. Terms of sale: $30 and under cash ; over that sun a credit of sixty aad ninety days, for notes salist ae- ] torily endorsed, bearing interest The subscribers must confess that in their attempt to describe the Furniture they have entirely failed. Suffice it to say it is superior to anything we have seen, and we would respectfully invite the ladies and gentlemen of Washington, Georgetown and Al exandria, and the public in general, to attend the ; sale and see for themselves GREEN fc SCOTT, mar30-eo Auctioneers. P. 8.?The public are respectfully invited to call on Saturday, the day previous to sals, and ex amine the Furniture. G. fc. 8. Br <J. C. HcGUIHE, Aastloaasr. SUPERIOR FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD Effects at Public Sale.?On MONDAY morn ing, April 2d, at 10 o'clock, at the residence of J. VV. Siiuonion, Esq., on Sixth, betw?*en D and E streets, one door rnrth of Unitarian Church, I shall sell all ef his excellent Furniture and Household Ef fects, comprising? Handsome carved walnut Pailor Suits, finished in rich Maroon plush, consisting of large French Sofa, pair of Tete-e Eetes, pair Arm Chain, pair Gothic Reception Chairs, and Parlor Chairs Fine rosewood marble top Centre Tables Superior mahogany Secretary and Bookcase, What Not Handsome French plate Pier Glasses, Bracket Ta bles Fancy Chain, Marble top Light Stands, Astral Lamp Elegant Damask and Lace Curtains, Cornioe, fcc. Velvet, Brussels and Three-ply Barpejs, Ruyi Piano Forte and Stool, Girundolos Handsome Gilt Chandeliers and Gas fixtures French China Vases; Ornaments in by Mc'.eod (views Enamelled Cottage Sets, Bureaus, Mahogany Elisabethian Bedsteads Washstands Superior Hair Mattresses Bolsters and Pillows Dimask covered Lounge, Divans, Crib Walnut hair spring seal Chain, Rockers Hatrack, Oilcloth, Stair Carpet Straw Matting, Drugget, Rugs Mahogany Sideboard, Dining Tables French and stone China, Glassware Table Cutler*, Chafiing Dishes Silver plated Castors Excellent C"Hiking Stove and fixtures Together with an excellent assortment of Kitchen Utensils Terms: $30 snd under cash ; over that sum a crcdit of 60 and 90 days, for notes satisfactorily endorsed, bearing interest. JAMES C. McGUIRE, mar 27?d Auctioneer. STOP YOUR COUGHING. JUST received, per Adams fc Co."i Express case of Maillard's New York Gold Medal GUM DROPS, consisting ot Btnana, Vanilla, Raspberry, Leinfa and Horehound flavon. Also, a complete aasorunent of his celebrated Chocolates, of universal reputation aad without rival in the United Stales. For sale at Z. M. P, KING'S, ?6? Vermont avenue, comer I street. mar It?tf Three fine Oil Painti'ngs, two by Richards and one by Mc'.eod (views near Washington) Washstands TFXEGRAPHIO. DAILY BV?UI9 ST Arrival if Ue Asia at i Bos Ton, Muah tl ?Ths AaU dock at Eut Boston, ibott boob to-day, briaf tag Halifax tad St. Jeka'a papara of tk? latest d?tn. The Legislative Coaaeil of Koto Sootlt haa refused to paaa the prohibitory liquor Uw, 4a forrirg the consideration of Ui qeeatfc the next aaaaion The Halifax Journal ooataioa the ordera for providing ratios* for 500 rearalis expeetad from the Uaita4 StaUe. It n;i : ?It |? exptetei that 3,000 reeiaita earn be at tained." A fct. John's paper sajt that easts! hand billi for calietmeiit were tifasd bj "Loaia M. Wilkiaf, proTiaoial Secretary of Nora Sootii," and that prooeediaga ars aoderatoo* to be cobb ested with i he riait of Hob. Jeaapk Howe to the Uailed State*, from wheaoe 1m haa not jot returned. ah ?OMW Baltimore Xarkota. Baltixobb, March 31 ? Floar ia general]/ held at $9.37 for Howard a treat braada, hat trancaotiooa at 99 15 hero beea made to til I>revioua ooatraeta Wheat ia an changed; ike ate foreign newa haa bed no nff-et upon the firioes; good to prime redifS 15 a 92 29; ehotoa or family floor 93 30 a 93.37i; white 93 36 a $2.35; ohoiee far fauilj Soar s? me whet high, er. Corn?There U a get eral decllae of om cent from jeeterdaj'a quo'ationa. Vow York Market Nbv Tobk, March 31.?CoMaa is dowBward and dull Flour la apward and flm?good Ohio at 99 50; Southern ia bueyaat solas of I,400 bbla at 99 25a9l0 Wheat iaaaefcaaged, with a limited boainoaa at previoaa ratae Cora ia upward and the magket ia firm; aalee of II,500 busbela?Weetern mixed at 91- Pork ii a apward and firm; raiea of a)d an* at 914.50*914 50 Beef ia apward aad Arm Lard ia unchanged, with a moderate demand al previoua ratea. Whiakj la apward; aalee of ? >hio at 30ie. *? .10 FIBEMBK'S AHD CIVIC BALL to ee aiTii bt Via Colombia Fire Company Ko. 1; AT JACKSON HALL, CASTER MONDAY NIGHT, April 9lh, 1854. I ll E members of the (Vmpanr pledge themselves that nothing will be led undone io meke it of the beet belle of the senson. rrofecMor Louis Weber'* celebrated OotlRon I has b?en engaged for the occasion Firemen ere requested to appear ia waiftm. No hats or cap* will be allowed ia the bah worn by firemen. Ticket* ONE DOLLAR?admitting owe natfa mnn and ladies; to be had at the principal note*, and at the door on the evening of the ball. EXECUTIVE COMMITTOR. Tboa. Young. Jaa Lowe, Tbo*. Dwyer, Jaa Martin, Isaac Beera. Recej>Hon ComrnUt** Jas Martin, JasColema*, G P Smallwoed, T E Yonng, H Purdy, M Harrison, F H Sage, A MeDermoK, M Marceroa, I B^ers, C Robinson, Joe Mereeroa, PJEnnie. D W Jar hoe. mar 20,23,27,29,31,Apr2,3,4,5,6,7,*9 BEAUTIFUL SPRING GOODS. WE have now in store a very large and splendid stock of NEW GOODS, and having bean honght at the larg? auction ralca ia New York We invite the special attention of purchaser* to call aad r xamine for themselves before making their selec tions. Wr name a few leading articles. 25 pieces very rich black Bilk, from 73 cents to ffi - 25 pe- yard 100 do rich plain, stripe and plaW Spring Bilbo, very ch? ap A large a?eonm<*nl of Spring Monsaeline*, ('bally de Laines, Ginghams, Lawns, Beieges, plain and printed 25 of the cheapest plain Crape 8hawla ever offered in thi* market Willi an endless variety of new style Spring Shawls and Scarf* at greatly reduced prices Table Diapera, Napkins, Towelling, Irish Linens, Linen and Cotton Sheetings, superior Shirt ing Cottons in great ahuncance Whieh will be sold low for eaah or to our prompt customers. QU- We most insist upon the payment of all bile which have been rendered. COLLEY k BEARS, No. 693 Seventh st. 3 doors above rat av. mar 29?eo8w SPECTACLES. CX OLD, Silver, Light Steel and Silver-plated X Spectacles, suitable for all age* aad all kiade of eyes. Also, Gold, Shell and Horn Eyeglasses. Pebbles, Perifocal, near eigbted and all othnr kied of Spectacle G a<w* kept constantly oo hand, sad wil lie act iu old frames at *hort nouca and at a small expense. For tale very low by E. K LUNDY, No. 198 Bridge street, Georgetown, D. C. mar 21- tf DENTISTRY. RB. DONALDSON, Dentist, late of Hie Am o4 , Hum a. Donaldson, continues to manufacture and insert those beautiful/ porcelain teeth, with or without gums, for specimen* ofwhich (made and de posited by the late firm) wa* awarded tlie first premium at the Mechanics' Insutute Fair, recently beld in this city These teeth are caj-ved and shaded to s*?it eeeh particular case, and tneir resemblance to the uaaa ral organs is so perfect as to deceive tbe moat prac ticed eye. Particular attention also paid to filling end pre serving the natural teeth. Charge* moderate and all operations warranted. Ottice southwest corner Seventh and D s-a - trance on D. mar 91 TiKB IOT1CB. NEW SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. PW. BROWNING, Merchant Tailor, under a the United Suites Hotel, has just received a large supply of Spring and Summer Goods, and ts now pre par d to offer groat bargains to all in want of good aad fashionable clothing. His 44 Ready made Clothing " will be sold at toe following low prices: Wh?le suit*, Coat, Pantaloons, and Veet, of thin cloth or caiwimere, for gl2. Fine Black Frock and Drees Coals, from glO in 915. Good Business Ooats for $7. Black and Fancy Pants, worn g3 to g7. MarceiHes ?ml Silk Vests, from gS to $5. lie keeps always on band a large xieortmeot ol fancy articles, sucb as Shins, Gloves, Cra brellas, &c. ''Sole Ak'ent for the sale of Scott's Fashions.' mar 19?tj. $50 REWARD. RAN AWAY from the subscriber, living in Not tuigham District, Prince George's county, Mary land, on Friday morning last, the 16th instant, mv negro man EMANUEL,who calls huneelf Emanud Guugh- He is about > ears of age, dark eaouilcjt ion, has a full set of teatb, has a scare oa Us head, one on hi* right arm, near the elbow, le flwe feet eight lnche* and a quarter high ia bis faaMi. He had cu when Le wont away a suit of drab eloato and a black slouch bat. I purchased him of Mia. Sarah Harwood, Saratoga street, Baltimore, and she lias a brother of hie living with her ; aad bse mother (a free woman) also live* in Baltimore. His wife belongs to John L. Duflef. Bsq.. near Dames town. Montgomery coun'y, Maryland. 1 wi'l give a rewasd of twenty-five dollars for Me apprehension, If taken In Prince Oeeqfe^ rouaf, and fifty doll a s if taken elsewhere?ia etttiea esse he mast be brought home or secured in Jail, ee that I get him again. THO?. R. KMLY, mar 23?i m P. O Nottingham, Md. COME LEARN YOUR FAT*. Mrs GIOROI, late of England. inform the tadirs and gentlemen of ton and Georgetown that she can be seen suited on the past, preeent and future events, at the late residence, No 84 F street, between 91st sstd 2id streets, Fimt Ward, opposite the Obssrvaasry. Her name is on the door. Honrs from 9 a m to 6 p si. Lnies 25?Gentlemen St cents. W * -Im* tOIMEMBERS (>FcONGRESS k oTliiaJ. SILVBK SPOONS, FORKS, ate.?M. W. I of pure varied than ever o#>rsd to tWr M. W. GALT It BROw (94 Fa. avoaiue betw. 9th aad 10? m. feb 23-tf TcHaa aad JRWEual.?I nave on bsnd a rmd supply ot WATCH BH and JKWELRY which will eold very ebeap M? suit the Unaes. Oeid 1^ v?-r Waecbes as lew I ~ ~ keep good tune. Call ?tore of 149 Fa. fine m. aad sec for rawrselves at lh 4. Roanvsoir. ave., appo. fcewaa* Baaal.

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