Newspaper of Evening Star, April 6, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 6, 1855 Page 3
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KVKNING STAR Local Intelligence. Tag Public IiipnovBwnwT*.?TheCommis liooerof Public Buildings ia now busily en **ge4 in making preparations to expend aa jadtciomaly u possible the liberal appropria tes made for the improvement of the city, Ac. He hea already caaaed about alz hundred tre?i to be pleated aioog avenues and around 'public building! and reservations. The circle at the interaeetlon of Penrsyl Tenia and New Hampshire Avenues and K street. is to be enclosed with a wooden 'enee, graded, laid out in walks, and ornamented with ?h rubbery and trees The flagging on the north front of the Presi dent's house, where the miserable, brcken. brick pavement now is, is in preparation and will be shortly put down, and at the same time the pavement opposite in front of Lafay ette Square is to be completed Men and carts are now at work Ailing up the grounds in the vicinity of the public green houses, and, as soon as proper plans, grades and estimates can be prepared, the welling of the oreek, running through these grounds, will be commenced Ou Monday next the work of extending the eapitol square, preparatory to the completion of the cepirol extension, is to oommenoe at B street, aorth The improvement of the two triangular spaces en Pennsylvania avenue awaits only arrangements for removing the Western mar ket-house, which stands on one of them, and the Franklin engine-house, which stands on the other Preparations are ia progress to commence work on the Potomac Bridge, which is to be as thoroughly repaired aa the appropristion made for the purpose will permit. All the ordinary labor of repairs, Ac , about tbeCapi'ol, Presidents House, public grounds, Ac., is going en with energy ; and, as soon aa the spring fairly opens, the grounds will show the improvements made upon them The work on the west wing of the Patent Office is progressing rapidly; and it is ex pected that that splendid addition to the most imposing public building we have, except, perhapa. the Capitol, will be under roof early in the autumn The iron frame of the roof is now being made by Beebe A Co , New York, who furnished the iron for the Library of Con gress A Naw Wasbmg Machixb ?We witnessed, tkia morning, the working of a washing- tna chine, the invention of Mr J W. Corey, of Indiana, and for whish a patent wiU be is sued next week. This is the gentleman who has reoently invented an agricultural imple meat?a description of which appears in an other column of this day's paper. The washing-machine consists of a box. worked by a crank wkeel, with a fly on the end of the pinion shaft, the oentre of which latter projects a spiral spring, holding the dasher, which has three leaves. The olothing is placed on each side of the leaves, and is re volved and compressed against both the front and the rear of the box, which, to prevent the 7>lsshing of the suds, is oovered with a lid he machine operatea beautifully, and dues its work not only extremely well?much better than by hand?but with remarkable expedi tion. Eigbtor ten dosen pieces oan be thorough ly washed in the course of two hours. One of the merits of this domestic instrument is, that the most delioate article can be cleansed without the least injury, the process being by compression, not by rubbing, llav iag witnessed the operation, we can speak with knowledge It is truly a labor-saving and a skin saving machine. Every member of a household, with strength enough to revoke the handle, can take a turn at washing. The curious in such matters can see one of i these machines in operation at the house of Mrs. Free and that of Mrs Hughes, on D street, between Eleventh and Twelfth streets; the lest named is at No 297. We learn that arrangements will chortly be made by which persons in want of the machine ean be supplied The cost, it is thought, will not be more than sixteen dollars. Sccwas at tm Watch hocs?.?While we there the other night, a way worn traveler, without baggage or funds, oame in for lodg ings, and was accommodated with the best the establishment sfforded?a clean bench near the hot stove. It is well that even thus poor wanderers are securely housed for a night A shuffling of feet was heard on the steps, and soon two watchmen made their appear ance, one on each side of a middle aged wo wan, who was without bonnet or shawl. She had, eoording to the evidence of the guard, been indulging in profane language, which she had applied to a man who had interfered with her parental authority. She had evi dently seen better days A few moments af terward, two young women, her daughters, eame in. One of them was quite indignant, and with doubled fist, and not olassical lan guage, behaved herself in a manner that did not elicit the applause of the bystanders But a few words from the Captain moderated her indignation, and caused her to behave becom ingly. The other was less talkative, and en deavored to excuse herself from the charge of swearing. But the Captain failed to be ooa vinced of her innooence. The result was that she and the mother were fined, and then re leased. The mother's fine was paid by the bellicose young woman, whi?, however, refused to per form a similar favor for her sister. The last named procured her release by the act of her particular male friend Here were three women?the mother and her two daughters?witnesses of one another's shame They are the wife and daughters of a man, who, a few years ago, was conspicuously before the publio as a Government officer! A sad sight, indeed, to every well-wisher of his raM and to the ciuse of good morels This party had scarcely left the threshold before a noisy son of Erin was dragged into the watch-hcase Ha had been cursing end swearing ia the streets, disturbing the publio peace This he denied, stating that while he was in the neighborhood of the Capitol some fellows waylaid him, and almo*t" kilt" him. " See here, yer honor," said he, " where they het me a lick three times," pointing to a deep gash on his cheek, from which the blood was streaming. 4- The watchman says you were drunk." remarked the Captain, " and thftyou fell down several times, thus cutting your self." "An' sure, sir, there's a meestak about the matter," again wipiog away the ooting blood ; "and if ye bad been out like me. ye'd be a dead man " "And whit did you do when you were cut ? Did you ory mur der? resumed the Captain " Faith, I did; what else could I do?-' " Didn't you drink wn the Hill?" "Not more Lor four glasses, with a fellow mechanic, as I was passing through to get a job in Virginia." Ihe man was taken iown stairs, and lodged ia a cell. He had soarcely reached the cage before he demaadod, in a l oud tone, his sup per! The next morning, the traveller was dis missed Slinging hi* bundle over his shoulder he resumed his journey. Taa GLoaioca uair that commenced on ths Might before last, came none too s>>on For fifty miles in all du notions around Washing toe, though so early in the season, the earth was fast becoming parched and baked as it weie, for lack of the usual moisture of the spring. It was being preiioted by ail the kot-wiag farmers in this vicinity that the spring crops et this year were about to go the way of last year * fall crops. That is, to come to noegnt through waat of rain ; all luoh danger we now however take to be past. Ihe rain was voach*afed to us ju.-t when particularly needed?ju*t es the growing season is fairly opened After falling lightly, though steadily, on the night before lart, and fitfully yesterday, last night it poured down in the torrents so much needed In twenty-four hours from the preeent writing, *!! nature, in this region, will have atsum?l a different hue, smil'ng joyously in the garb of spring, and bidding us forget the asperities of ine winter which may be said just to have t&ken its departure from amcng us. Ego Pic&iaa ?The boys, as informer jears, were exte?siv Ir ?ngig?d yesterday morning, In aLd around Le market bouse, La the ex citing and ancient busicees o! picking eggs. I a fact, all over the oi'y the mule juveniles are thus employing their spare time. Eggs were selling at eighteen cents a dosen ^rawniaBa which we stopped id the ooureeof the evening We saw the two la<t acta of the StranJfr played, and never uv thorn bsttw MrfSSS than on this occa?on. TMs^tK ,22? mou. opinion of all in the body of tbo ho!2.' ractor^ofMri' SIKKS ?f 'J* ardno? <*? racier 01 Mra Heller mi at chaste aa iMM?? and tbe manner in wlreh aha rendered it wX' oour ta?to, the perfection of tho art theatri !??, *Ivth# ^ that part, ^ H ^ Thare was pathos, dignity and[passion in bar acting an that occasion h*T* IM*ljr"?***** ?p?? ,5^!bLthr7 p!*7 th# *** Cbas Matta. ftlSSW t^g*dj of Bertram, with Miss Morant as Imogine, and Mr. Allen as Bar tram. The play is comparatively a now one hera, and of oovrsa will draw a full boaaa. Viccwatio* ?By ordar of tba Mayer, the law in relation to vacoiaation is now rigidly enforced. The several ward physioiansTdnr lof ^quarter March 31, vaccinated 38? and revaoeinated 108 persons, most part being adults. - * In several eases of email pox tha patients 1SZ32SJTaMJ* boePiuf>?n<1 tbuV in all probability, the dieeue was prevented from spreading So far aa we can learn, there are now no oases ia our city. " T*b Pbbsbttbkt of tii Dutbict or Co lombia, including Baltimore, has been in sea aion in that city. It was opened with a ser mon by the Rev A. J Carothers, of Washing the Rev w"t k" ^ Prf *>? ?hoXi the ttev. W. T. hva, Commissioner to the next wy,whi0hl-t0 St. Louis, Mo . in May next Re? Wm MeLain eg ate Elder John Cooper is the del Cobcbbt.?The Choir of Ryland Chapel announco a concert to be given on Tuesday ev ening next at eight o'clock, P. M, the pro cecds of which are to be appropriated to the liquidation of the debt incurred in the ereo tion of the parsonage. k ^HI*VBR1' "7^rithin three weeks past we 7? informed of a large number of th?fU p.r|>^m?d bj ohildrw, Mm t.elv. and others not over Ave years of age. Thia is a bad index to the fnturo of those young oner. Elbctio* ?At a meeting of the Washing ton Library Company, held on the 2d instant James F. H*lidav, B. C. Cook, J. O Abbott I?? Rh??h?, Wm. Q Fore, and R. H. Rid dick, were elected direotors for one year. ? Tax Hugh Pricbard mentioned In the watch returns Wednesday is not Hugh Pritchard of this city. Monday1*^" ^0urt ha- adj??ro*d over till *>TC? Hocsb.?-There were no trial oases ?t Biroa f depot this morning. [From the National Intelligencer.] A Valuable Agricultural Implement. Messrs. Gales A Sbatoh:?Permit me to call attention to a late invention by Mr. J. W. Co rey, of Indiana, for which a patent will be is sued next week. At this time, when the world * discussing the merits of Minie rifles, and C.0,.t an<i 'imilar tools for the trade ot death, it is not amiss to speak of things per taining to agriculture, the most delightluUo oupation of peaoe. -the cultivation of corn by machinery has been the subject of countless experiments. All intelligent inventors of that olaas have sought to construct an implement by which to fur row and drop three or four grains of corn ac curacy and often as the operator pleases. is? Will perceive, besides the furrowing covers two effect??the drojtpwg the seed, and thedropping th-m, r,ot at given distances, but at will A very distinguished gentleman, yet standing at the head of the agricultural movement in Ohio, did not hesitate to say that the man who accomplished all this by machi nery was worthy exaltation to the first rank of inventors * He made the assertion h is to be supposed, under conviction that it was impossible The multitude of failures, the atudy, time, and money spent, and even genius exhausted in the effort almost justified his impression. Con scious of this, and doeply interested in whatev erooncerns the advancement of agriculture. I hasten to render unto Mr Corey some little of the great honor that is due him, and call the attention of farmers and manufacturers that he may be more substantially rewarded. Most machines of the kind will furrow and drop the seed, two effects of comparatively easy accomplishment; but the third effect? via: the dropping at the operator's will?has been the difficulty. And this deficiency in all machines heretofore tried has been the ress n why they have not been generally adopted , J <1 J #0ID* th# "?*iis merely drilled in L. A ' *?Jth*t cross-ploughing ia impose! ble; others drop at regular distances, marked by tha revolution of a wheel or oam In this latter school the dropping is governed, as oan be readily understood, by the machine itself and not by the operator. 'Ihe deficiency is palpable. For lack ol something better farm era have ohosen to sew alter the manner of their ^ fathers. But the perfection of Mr Uorey a invention consists in the accomplish ment of that very thing, via: the dropping at the operator's pleasure. The simplicity of h.s contrivance is absolutely beau'iful. While a horse walks briskly on with the planter, the workman, with his palm on the handle,' de Cites the grains?three or four, or any num ??by a simple motion of his finger; and it rns^es little difference as to how level and well cleared the field is, for wherever a plough man can make a furrow there be can use Loiey's planter. As the publio will shortly have an opportu ?l J 4 ?nd testing the machine to their lull satisfaction, it ia only neoe^sary to say^in the way of description, that it is mod elled something like an ordinary shovel plough, and is neither heavier nor more unwieldy, while its cost will be but little greater. Its importance and value oan be better appreci ated by a statement of what it will do One nan with it can do the work commonly done by three and four?he can furrow arov cover, and roll Nor is this all. By remov ing a slide box and reversing the covering shares he has a cultivator, light and beautiful as any a ploughman ever touched Centrast corn-planting after the old style with the mode this invention will initiate. Re;all the ^'reat field, and hot sun, and interminable turrow; tbe dosen " heads," some furrowing, others dropping, and a third party swinging their hoes Thifck of the time it takes, the labor, and the cost. Then fancy all ihia ob yiated by a single mschina?one man furrow. t*g, dropping, and covering, aad that, too, ffr w a borte oan traverse the ground. Can it fail to work a revolution? Indeed, the ample invention can only be full? estimated by thcae who, like myself, have planted corn under a burning sun in a " big field " in " auld lanp syne '? t pon roceipt of his letters Mr Corey will go to Bel irnere, Philsdelphia, and New York ^r the purpoee of disposing of territory Manufacturers of agricultural implements will do well to look out for him. He will give them opportunity of examining and praoti oally testing the vi'tue of his invention. w A Farmer. W asbirgtob, March 3,1856. EP*The Boston Post says that after bearing Charles Sumner's lecture at Nahant on Satur day evening, a portion of his audience found a black fish on Little Beach eighteen feet long, and yielding two barrels of oil. EV* Spurious tan cent pieces have recently been pot in circulation at Syracuse. Tbey are represented as being well exeoutei and liable to be reoeived as genuine. MRS. L. ALLEN, iVo. Pa. avenue, bttvtn Nin!h.0^f\ AS ll and Tenth ttreet*, tovtk side, JMLa) n w Will open on 8aturd*J, 7Ui instant, "1?!' ?'iten?ive and beautiful aaaortment of Spriisf M I L L I N K B Y, roniisiinf of Crape, ^?lk. Lace, epoui a Crajw an t Graas Linea HATri, iuclu^iiig .Mrawu ol ?-very description. Also, Misses' Uieaa :?ui Pieu, Sic. L. ALLEN. ap4 fT/"*' * SPRING AMD SIT Mil EE mtDTCINE. C.rUr'? Spanish Mixture ?teo'li preeminent tbon all other*. It* ildfultrlr sfBc >clou action on U>? bieod ; fto strength ening anl vivifying qnalMles; It* toale action on the Liver, Hi tea den cy to drive all Inon to the surface. thereby leinslag th* system according to Nstare's own pi ?iilp t'n*; tt* harm I see, and at th* hm tiana extraordinary mod ?> aad tbe a as bar of caraa Haiti *< to by n>?; of th* moat respe'table clUseoe of |Mm4, Ta., aad Msewhere, aui ha ooadaslve *tM*m that tbar* la ao huttat a boat K The trial ofe slagle bettte will satlsTy th* most sceptical of it* fcaaeflts. ?.?See adverUsamsnt la another cftlaon. ft^^CULINAST AETICLE3.?Case's sparkling Oelatln U-' for making Jslllee Cooper" ? ih*?t aad *hr*d Miflaaa fer do Taplock aad Saco, tor paddings I.ondon Mustard, very a?parlor Afr'can Cayenne Pepper, genatae Taacan family Salad Oil Carry Powder Para Bermuda aad Florida Arrowroot Flavo ing Extracts aad Vanilla Baaua Alio, Medicinal Llqaora, Imported axprsasly for tavsttds Old Hennesey Brandy, pal a Old Port Wine, pare Juice Pale Sherry, Ginger Wine, an excellent tonic and Invig orating cordial, particularly beneficial to p?raon* snf ferlog from a w:ak aad aervoas state of tbe atotoaeh. For aala by 2. D. OILMAN, Druggist, near Browne' Hotel. Caeh parchaa*ra aad paactoai *aatom*ra solicited ap ??It fr^A PHENOMENA tM MEDICINE.?Bronchitis, Cough, Dy?pe?ela. Lhar Complaint*, Scrofula. Ac.?For all of the Female System It (tend* pr* eminent. A Clergyman ja*t Inform* a* It haa cared him of Broachlll* oTa deape-ate ofcsraeter?oartlcnlara hereafter. HAMPTON 3 VEGETABLE TINCTl'BE?By It* mild ao tloa oa th* stomach, liver aad klda*y*, will car* Dyapep ?la, Ooagh, Asthma, Brftacblal aad Lang A Action a Pal as In the Back, Side and Braa't, Coaanmption, Scrofula, Rhen reatlam, Gout. Nearalgla, Fistula, Bowel Compla'nta, Piles, Worms, and Nervous Debllltlee? with all dlaoaaea arietng | from Impure Mood, aad 1* the greatest female medicine ev er kaowa. Tbi* lavalaabl* medicine I* working wonder* upon th*hamanfram*. See advertisement to-day. mar 1 Q^D^HOOFLANB'S CELEBBATED &EBMAN BIT There are tow thing* which afford a* greater pleasure I than dttlng dowa to writ* a notice of the celebrated Hoof land German Bitter*, becaaao we are rally conaclon* w* ar* conferring a pubiio benefit, and our heart tell* as that by [ our aotte** many have been Induced to take tiieee Hitter*, and been reecned from death by dyapopaia, liver complaint, Ac., for the care of which It la certain It I* prepared ami sold only by Or. 0. M. JACKSON, at the Garmau Medldue I Store, Mo. 1M Arch street, Philadelphia. See advertisement. mar ! rr7?BAKEB'8 PKBMICM BITTERS, without doubt, I* on* of th* mo*t popular medlcinea. in this SUte, and the great conidence through Ita friends, haa caused sach In creased demands that the proprietor haa found It necessary to lncr*e*e bl* facility for araunfactarlng the Bitters, an that he may be able to All all orders promptly. Our most able physicians are using It In their regular practice for Its great virtue* In cases of Dyspepsia, Nervous Headache, DIs orderel Bowels, and as a general alterative or the whole ey*t*m, Ac. Bead the certificate or the Bev. J. ltoggo, or Colon Hill St.Uon, below. Yolumee or tbe same kind have already been furnished the psoprletor. Richmond, Sep'. 7, l?t. I take great pleaaare In testifying to the virtue or Baker'* I Premium Bitter* a* a remedy for obstinate Indigestion, a re. ller or the attacks of dy>pep?la and headache, and by their u** I hare escaped my annual attack* or chills. BEV- F. J. B0GG8, Pastor of Union Hill Station. Price SC c*nta per bottle. To be had or CH ARLBS STOTT * CO.. Washington, D. C., CANBY k HATCH, and SETH 8. HANCE, Baltimore, and by Druggist* everywhere. apr S?eolw rrj? THE POETBT OF PHYSIC.?AYEB'S PILL9, glide engar-shod, over the palate, but their energy, altbough wrapp'd np, Is there, and telle with giant force on the very | foundations of disease. There are thousands or sufferer*, who would not wsar their distemper* If they knew they oould he cured for 3* cent*. Try Ayer's Pills and you will kaow It Purify the blood and disease will be starred out. Clean** th* system from Impurities and you are cared el ffidj. Take thl* best of all Purgatlv**, and Scrofula, Indigestion, Weakness, Headache, Backache, Side Ache, Jaundice, Rheu matism, derangements of tbe Liver, Kidneys, and Bowels, all derangements and all diseases which a purgative remedy can reach, fly before them like darkness before the Sun. Bead*r, If you ar* lulfeiing frem any of the numerous complaint* th*y cur*?suffer no more?the remedy ha* been provided for you, and it I* criminal to neglect It. That Ayer'* Cherry Pectoral ia the best medicine for a Cough, Is known to the whole world, and that Ayer's Pills are the boat of all Pills, 1* known to those whe have used them. Prepared hy DB. J. C. AY KB, Lowell, Ma**., ?And *old 1>T Z. D OILMAN, Washington. G. M. LI NTH ICC M, Geergetown. JAS. COOK A CO., Fredericksburg, and by all Druggists J everywhere. fsb 17?eo?n A CABD TO THE LADIES.?GOOD NEWS FOB THE | DB. DCPONCO'S GOLDEN MONTHLY PILLS, the beet and niost Inralllble remedy ever discovered for re lieving and enrlug all painful, distressing, and difficult men struation, and removing all periodical obstructions, and Ir- I regularities arising frcm whatever cause. These Pills are a complete TRIUMPH IN MEDICAL SCIENCE. Th*y ar* prepared by a procea* which concentrate* the I ingredient*Into a small bulk, thus rendering It uuneceeeary for delicate feinalea to take large dose* of nanseous drug*. Dr. Dnponco's Pills are the reeu.t or over THIBTY YEA KM' EXPKHIENGK In the treatment of the diseases of females.? j They heve been advertised for a little ov*r on* y*ar, yet SEVERAL THOUSAND BOXES have already Veen sold, and the demand for them rapidly In creaaea wherever they become known. They hare been thoroughly tried In Washington, and found to act lik* a charm. Sold by all Druggist* In Washington, Georgetown and At xaudria, Va. mar 1?eoCm* nry> premiums at the pairs.?whitehubsts J?' still la th* ascendance.?The juries of each of the late iklrs at Baltimore, Blclimond, and New York awarded their highest premiums to J. H. W. for their superiority or Pho tographs, Stereoscopes and Daguerreotypes exhibited. Mr. W. also received two Medals at the World's Fair, Lon don, and a premium at Crystal Palace, New York. Alao, the flrst awards urthe Maryland Institute for three years past. Whltehnrst's Gallery in this city Is on Pa. avsous, betw 4H an? 6th street*. fob 17 f>?J?N0A3 WALKEU * CO.. ander Browns' Hotel, sre I prepared to show one orthe most complete assortment I or READY MADE CLOTHING ever offered to the citizens o f this District Their stock embraces everything that Is new ' and faahionable for the season, cmnnfu'-iured with taste and elegance, for which their Clothing Is celebrated. mar J7 HARRIED. On the 3th inrtant, at the Fourth Presbyterian Onurch, hy the Rev. Dr. John C. Smith, Mr. JOHN T. NICHOLSON to Miss MARY ELIZABETH HARVEY, all of this city. On ihe 3d instant, by Rev E. P. Phelps, Mr HOB-, ERT DOWNING and Miss MALINDA, daughter of Thomas Foster, E?q, late of Winchester, Va. Wants. WANTED-A SITUATION BY A MIDDLE aged man, with a small family, as Gardene or Overseer on a farm. Address P. H. at this office ap 5?3t* WANTED BY A GBNTLEWAN with a small family, a brick House, containiog not more than eight r.oms, with a paMiga ; in a central loca ti >n, would engage to keep i: in ai g'we order as he find* it, desirett to rent or leue it for a term of years A>iy one having such bouse will please address | '?Maurice." Siar oltice. . ap 6?lw W'ANTED?A HALF GROWN GIRL TO A8 si?t in housework. Apply at 353 C street, j between 4 X and 6th streets. >p 5 3t THO. H. IIAVENNER. An agent wanted.?an active and intelligent young man; who is well acquainted witn Baltimore, who is willing '.o attend closely to business, will bear of an opportunity of gettinc into a rood liusiHess by calling immediately at tlie Star uince. ap 4?tf ANTED A GOOD COLORED BOY FROM 12 to 15 years of ape. One accustomed to I waiting and make bimselt generally useful, will find [ asituaiiin by iheyear or mouth. Apply at 309 Pa. avenue. ap 4 - 3t W~AN T E D?A WOMAN WHO UNDEK stand? making all kinds of dessert*, and who is capable of tating charge of a large boarding house may hear of a good situation by addres-ing '?Xat thi>? office. Also, a good female Cook can find steady employ ment. None need apply but tho-e who can come well recommended. ap 4?3t* \\T ANTFD?A COMPLETE FILE OF THEl V? WEEKLY (Washington City) STAR since its publication up to tltv present f.ate, for nlticb a liberal price will be paid if sjntto this office. np 3?tf WANTED?A ROOM WITU BOARD IN THE First Ward, by a gentleman who will, if de aired, furnish his room. Address, far one week, "M," at this office. mar 31?tf* House w a n t e d--the advertiser I wishes to purchu.?e, for cash, a good lwo-?tory brick Dwelling, suitable for a small famil v, situated north of Pa. avenue. Addreaa "S F A," through tbe Poet Office, stafng location, price, &c. mar 13?1m* w Boarding. BOARD, At.?MRS. BATES, on the south west corner of Pa. avenue and 9th street is pre pared to accommodate gentlemen with room*, with or without board. Every effort will be made to ren der those comforti ble who may favor her with their pa.ronage. an 6?tf Board in a private family can be ob taiucd b/ two angle gentlemen. Tbe rooms| are pleasantly situate.! and comfortably furnished. Tbey will be rented either with or without board on accommodating terms. Address "GH"City Post I Office. ap 3 - 5i* Boa r di ng.?one large front room handsomely furnished, wi h an adjoining one, suitable for a lamily. Also, several single rooms, larger than are general!v appropriated to gentlemen, can be had on reasonable terms by application to No 3 Union Row, on F, between tkh and 7th sts. The situation i* central, and healthy for the ap proaching season of spring and sumin- r. a^&?lw* O EVERAL GENTLEMEN CAN BE ACCOM O modated with rooms and board, at No. 45 8 fweltlb street, between G and H streets ap 3?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 rem with board, on reasonable terms. She can aleo accommodate o ?> 8 gentlemen with meals, without lodgm*. mar 6?In Auction B alsa ?r J< O. MeOtlRKi AMtlaHMr. Large s ale op furniture, tfoirsEHoi.t> Effects and Bar room Fixtures.?On MOMDAY morning, April 16th, at 10 o'clock. at the Mount Pleasant Hotel, corner of north A ?Tft and Dela ware avenue, the subscriber will aell, by virtue tff a deed or trust duly recorded among tbe land records for Washington county, all the Furniture and Ef fects comprising two mahogany aalr spring Bote, three lockers 16 mahogany sprint: seat Chain Marble top Ceftire Tables ?. Secretary and Bookcase Oilt frame Mirrors, 10 mahogaay frame Glasacs 3-ply and in?rain Carpets, OilHoth Mahogany dressing Bureaus, Wardrobes 2 mahogany French Bed*t< ads 19 maple patent Bedsteads 12 Washsiaod* 12 superior carted hair Mattresset 20 busk Mattresses, Bolsters and Pillows Blankets. Counterpanes, Toilet Bets Cane and wood seat Chairs Dining Tshies. Window Shades China and Glnssware, Catleiy Cook Stove, Kitchen Range and Fixtures Bar and Fixtures, he. Together with a general assortment of Kitchen Utensils Terms: All sums of and under $25 cash ; over $#"> a credit of 2 and 4 months, fur notes satisfactorily ecdomed bearing interest. THOS J FISHER, Trustee. JAMES O. McUUlRB, ape I?d Auctioneer. Tor Bala and Kant. For rent. the building and lot sit uateu on Maine avenue, between 4U and 6 h streets, and adjoiaing the Foundry ot Mr Charles White, formerly occupied by G. F. Rider, and at present by Gee. E. Noyea. as a machine shop; it is well calculated for manufacturing purposes; or for tVe establishment of a grist mill The lot has as area of 1200'J Fquare feet, and is enclosed wit a new anl substantial fence. Possession given on the 1st of May enauiog. For terms npply to WM. M. ELLIS, ap 6?law3w Eagle Iron Works. "TTALUABLE BUILDING LOT AND STONE f Foundation for snle nt a veiy great sacrifice for cash or short credit, beautifully located on 3d st., near the City Hall, being a part of Lot 15, Square 53a, having a front of 26 feet and 93 feet 3 inches deep,and has the privilege of a brick wall adjoin ing. Apply to E K LUNDY, No. 138 Bridge street, Georgetown, D. C. ap 6?if FOR RENT?THE WAREHOUSE IN THe| Yarnum Buildings, on Louuiana avenue, re cently occupied by Messrs. Rothwell & Brown. The store and cellar wiU be rented apart from the other stories if desired. SILAS H. HILL, up 5?3t ' For rent- one of thosb fine houses on the north side of E, beiween 5th and 6th iti. is offered for rent. Possession given on the 8'h in stant. Also, a good shop or warehouse. Apply to DR. C. BOYLE, ap 5 - 3t* 4}4 street. For rent or sale on reasonable Terms ?A three story Frame, with basement, on New York avenue, betwt en Fourth and Fifth streets west Also, a three story Frame, with back building, on I rtreet north, between Fourth and Firth sts. west Apply to James W. Barker, residence on II street north, between 12th and 13th streets west. DICKSON fc KING, ap 5?Th'f Georgetown. For rent?three new frame houses, containing six rooms, situated on P street, be tween L and M street*, four square; from the Rai' road Depot. Rent moderate. Apply to CHARLES THOMA, oii the opposite side of the street, ap 4?lm* "Jj^OR RENT?THE HAMBURG LIME KILNS, J; si'uated on square No 63 These Kilns h ve recently been put in complete repair. To any one wi.-hing to engage in the lime business a f?v >ra!>le opphrtunity is now presented. Apply to the mi1> scribers at their Lamber Yard, corner 26th and D streets. H. N. & J. W. EASBY. ap 3?cf.2w For rent-a three-stoky hrick House, with laree back building and fine largs yatd, situated cn East Capitol street, nearly oppo site tbe residence of B B. French Esq. Possession eiven immediately. Apply to the tuhscribers, cor ner 26th and D sis. H. N & J. W. EASBY. ap 3 - eo2w For rent or sale on reasonable TERMS? A two-sto y frame House, with back building, containing six rooms, on 13^j street, between B and 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 three-uory Frame, with back building, on I st. north, between 4th and 5th sts. west. Apply for the two last mentioned to JAME-3 W . BARKER, on H street north, between 12th and 13th sts. west. Also a two-story Frame, with back building, on Monigomery street, G ;ortretown. DICKfiON 8t KINO, feb 7?eotf George.own. I^OR RENT?FROM THE FIRST OF MAY, A neat, comfortable, and weil-arranged two story frame Dwelling Honse, on the west side of Thir teenth ftreet, two doors south of Penna. avenue. Applv at the counter of .he Star office. op 3 ?tf A CERTAIN CHANCE TO MAKE A fOR tune ?A lady having acquired a competency in the Millinery bu.-ioess, is now desirous ot dispo ing of| her establishment, and retiring into private life. Her location is one of tbe best in the city, and is a rare opportunity for cne acquainted with ihe business. For terms aitd particulars apply at this office. mar 29 - lm HE RESIDENCE OF COL. ROBERTS, U. S. A., continues to be offered on pr vate sale It is one of the be.-t appointed Cottage? in the District, containing three acres of Ground, a large garden, excellent water, stables an 1 outhouses in perfect order, and ornamental grounds, fruit trees, Slc , in the best condi ion. For information apply at this office. mar J6?8w ROOMS FOR RENT?TWO OR THREE new ly furnished and very desirable Rooms for rent with board, at 40S F st-, Union Row. mar 26?2w* Having learned that reports are in circulation that tbe National Hotel is shortly to be closed, the proprietor deems it proper to say to tbe patrons of tbe lioiue, and the traveling public generally, that all su"b reports are without founda tion, and that the Hotel w ill be kept open for the accommodation of vL-utor?. 3?co2w E D. WILLARD. For rent or sale?three new brick Houses on N, between 12th and 13tli sts. n-rth. The buildings contain eig'it rooms, kitchen and cel lar, with pantry, closet, wardrobes, dumb wait rs, and are handsomely finished with marble mantel centre piece*. They are located in a desirable part ot the city, near tbe* market, aud have many other advantages. Terms of rent or sale moderate. En quire ot Mrs MORRISON, corner K and I4tb ?u. mar 24?ec6t* VILLA FOR SALE.?THE SUBSCRIBER of fers at private sale the villa in which she at Eesent resides, wiih eight acres of land, situated at laville, on the Washington and Baltimore Turn pike Read. The h use is new, with all the modern improvement*, and the situation has many advant ages for persons engaged in business iu Washington ss it is within five minutes' walk of the Bladensburg Depot on the Railroad, and tbere ia also an omnibus running twice a day between Washington and F.!la ville. Application to be made to the subscriber, living on the premises. MARY S. VASS. mar 27?Sawtf Rural retreats ?several of those cottage residences at Kendall Green being now vacant, application may be mane V, the undersigned for renting the same, with privilege of purchasing on liberal term', either by letter through the poet office, or at his residence after office hours. The location ia healthy commands a full view of the city, is but a mile and a quarter from the Poot Office, and is in every respect desirable. Gaidens of two acres each are attached to every house. i A permanent omnibus line communicates with Georgetown, bv way of Penna. avenue, twice a day, at the usual faro. WM ST1CKNEY. mar 22 - tf HOMES FOR ALL.?Beautifully and healthily located Building Lou, 24 fett front by 130 feet deep, on graded streets, can, until spring, be bought at the exceeding low price of f75, payable #3 per month Title indisputable. Union l and Office, 7th st., above Odd Fellows' Hall, jan tf?6m JOHN FOX, Secretary. T SPRING FASHIONS. HUB. A. SPlfilil Has received and wiU open NEW MILLINER THURSDAY, Aprils, lb55. MILLINERY ROOMS, NO. 3S6 U STREET. ap 4?8t W 1?01T.?Strayed on the HKh of March, j from (he subscriber, residing on tbe my i rum iu* muscrwer, residing on tne Inland, a WHITE COW, about six years old. The tops of her horns are sawed off; and a bole in each ear. Any one returnini or leaving information at thi? office no I ca.. , will be r warded if required. ? ap 4?3t* jas. GALLAGHER. Auction Bi!*, Of S. C. RcOOlKKi Aae?u?*?r. VALUABLE THREE 8TORY BRICK HOUSE, Carriage Houee aad Lot on 7ib etreet for rale at Auction - The owner being aboat to frw.rjv5 fmn thft eity, wUl tel. on THURSDAY, *belW? day Ajrtl next, at 5 o'clock p. ?>. ib* ' house be now occupies, situated on 7th ?Weel ???, between M and N sir*tt north, and being num brf j RJ6 Tbe hotfs* contains nine rooms and an entry The main bulhiina la !? by ** !ef>t' w,,q cetings 10 ftet bigh in the two k>w?* '<*]?*;?? ? feet in tbe upper story. The back building*? of brick, 14 by lifeet with a brick pevcd Celiar, J"?*k of this ?? a shed amiable for keeping fttcl, washing, fco. At the iva'Of the lot ia a food stable and car ria e house, with piTfd alley. The front of tbe houae la of pr?*aaed briek, and it baa a neat paling lence enclosing a ainall yard in front. The b.>ua?? H n?.w and well ^applied wilh clouts and every cor fortable It ia in a rpidly improving part of th?? cl y and U worthy thJ attention of purcba er*,arit mtw be sold. Title perfect. . . . ,a T?rms: One-fourth caah; the balance In n, 12, an<! 18 inorlha, w itb intti* at from the dae of ?l?. A deed gieen and a deod of trust taken. If the terms of sale are not complied with within three days from tbe tay of sale, ihe property will be again sold at -be risk and ? at of the first purchaser The property any be examined any day previons totbatale. _ ? JA8. C. McGUIRE, ap 5 d Auctioneer. Br Ct W. BOTBL.RH, Anctlooear. PERBHPTORRY 8ALB OF CALLECH, HOR 8B8. Mules, Rockaway, kc. at Auction.?On THURSDAY morning, April 5th, at 11 o'clock, 1 shall sell, la front of my store One elegant Csllecb, nearly new, co* f?00 One pair bay Horse* One pair young Mulea One Roekawav Sett of Double Harne?* * Pale port ively without rraerve Terms: One third cash; re.-idua In two and four jontlis crcdit, for approved endorsed note--. her\nr;r |,t, rest. C. VV. BOTEI.ER, >. p 2 d Auctioneer. Will be added to the above sa'e? 1 grey horse and harness 1 light grocer's wagon 1 one bona carriage for fonr per*oo?. Terms, cash. a,n 4 ALSO? 1 pair sorr?l Carriage Horse 5 Family Cajriajres t}* In tonieqnence of h? rain she alKivc rale s postponed ta SATURDAY, the 7;h la ttant, at tlie same hour C. VT. BOTKLEC, ap 5? t Auflpfatr. r-y QKKKN &? SCOTT. Aoctltw^tri. VALUABLE FRAME HOUSK AND LOIS at Auction.?On TUES!?AY. the 10th ir.s nnr, we shall stll. in front of the premises, at 5 o'clock, p. m., pnrta Lots Nos 13 and 13, in Square No. 543, with the improvements, which are a *">od two-sto ly Cottage Hom"*. containing live g^od anil cons ilient^ arranged room*, with passaje and kilchcu and cellar, and all necessary outbuildings. Tl e above described prop-rtv front* on 414 street, J5 feet 6 inches, between K and L st/>. couth, run iing hack 100 feet to a 15 feet alley. Title indisputable. Term* of sale: One-quartT cash ; the balwce a credit of 6,12 and 18 month*, for no?e? beari g in terest from the day of tale A deed given and a deed of tru? taken CKEEN k SCOTT, apr 4?d * Auciionears By Ci W. BOTKLKH. A nrtlineer. SALE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY ON THE Han . at Auctiou?On MONDAY afternoon. April 9ili, at 4 o'clock, I shall f-eil, on the premises, p rt of Lot No. 7, in Square 353, together with th? ifH|irovpm''no, thereon, con?istin<! of two two rto y frame houses, in one of which lh?-re is a store, wlik h is considered a good business lo?-ation. In the ri ar of the store there is a larire, convenient and sub-tan tial two story brick bake house. Thi? property i* located on 11th et., (the princinel thoroughfare to the stt am boat v. harve:-) b> tweeu D and E streets south Terms: One tlilrd ca.=h ; th* balance on a ered.t of 6,1*2 and 18 ni"nih<, with interest, eecurcd i?y a deed in trim on t?ie property. C. \V. BOTEI.ER, ap 4_,i Auctioneer By J. HeGDIRKt Anctlonser, CATALOGUE SALE OF 1,000 HARDY EV er-blooming Rose.*, Fruit Trees, kr ?On FKI D AY' afternofln, April 6th, at 3J^ oMock, at mv Auction Reoms.4! shall sell a large collection of F.r er-bloomi'g Hoses, comprising Pfrprtual, llybri.le, Bourbon, Noisette, Mos.", Monthly Moss, Standard and Running Roses Also, Chinese Wisteria'.* Tree Peony, Epireas, Came'lia, Japontcat. Orang- Trees, Parlor Plants, Ornament Shrobs, Sc. Also, Dwarf Pears Apples, Cherries, Apricot?, Pencil Trees, kc. Thi< co:lecti<>n conipri=cs the newest and bo5* kinds of R> sei and Fruit Trees known, f on A Jap.dih, Floiist and Nurseriman, Washington, D C. Term.' cash JAS. C. McGCIRE^, ap3?d Auctioneer By J, C. HfGUIRR, Aucilftn??r ]EXCELLENT FURMTURE at HOUSEHOLD jj Effects at Aueti ???, by order of the Orti'ians' Court?On MONDAY, A,nil 9. at 10 o'clock a. in., at the residence of the late Richard Demen*. on 2.; street, between B and C streets north, (neur Triniiv Church) I *hall sell all tiie excellent Furniture an.< Effect', vix: Excellent mah'gany casj Piano Forle .Valiog.iny hairspring Sofa, Parlor Chaira Superior Mirror front Secretary and fookeate Marble top Pier Table Mahogany Centre Table Mahogany rout Tables, cane seat Chairs Excellent French mantel Timepiece Girando e?. Engraving* Lot of valu ible Bookv Three-ply parlor and chamber Carp;- ? Rugs. Oilcloth Hands me matMo-top walnut Sideboaid Dining and Breakfast TaWes Oak dining Chairs, round taldc Silver Spoons and Ladl-s, rilver plated Cnstors Table Cutlery, China and Gl issware Two solid walnut French Ced-teads Dressing ?nd p'ain Bureaiif, Wa*hBtands Very superior leather Bed* and Bedding Superior Cooking 8teve and fixtures Together with a general assortment of Kitchen Requisites. Terms: ?20 and under cash; over that sum a credit of 3 months, for note* satisfactorily endorsed, bearing interest. JOHN MARRURY, Administrator ? JAS. C. McGUIRE, apr#?d Auctioneer By J. C# SeOUIRK, Aactlonser. TRUSTEE'S SALE OP HOUSE AND LO I' < nesrthnNavy Yard.?On FRIDAY afternoon, May 4th, at 5 o'clock, on the premises, the subseri ters will sell, by vinue of a deed of trust, e.ated the 26th March, 1852. and duly recorded in Lib- r J A. 8., No. 40, folios 31B, kc., one of the land reeordi fir Wa?hingt?n county, Lot No. 1 in Square 92S situated at the corncr of G street youth and 9ih st. cast, under a ground rent of |rJ(> ppr annum for ?he period of nmeiy-iiiue year#, trooi September 18th. 1851, with the improvnuents, consisting ?f a two ?tory frame Dwelling with back building. Terms at Rale. JAMES C. McGUIRE, mar 24 lawfcds Auctioneer. By J. O. neOUIHE, Anetlonaer. EXECUT R'S SALE OF VERY VALUABI E Improved Real Estate.? Oa MONDAY after noon, April 16th, at A% o'clock, on the premises the subscriber, as executor of the la'e Choc. B. Da - vis, will sell at public auction, the west half of Lot No. 5, in square No. 3< 7, fronting about 3^ feet on E street north, between 9th and IOth streets west, running back aliout 150 feet to a 30 foot alley, with the improvements, consisting of a two story Brick Dwelling House and back building, containing 12 rooms, with a small brick office adjoining. This property is hands imely located within a few minutes' walk of the Po?| Office. Patent Office, lb-* Avenue, and Cer tre Mttket, and ia very desirable as a private residence. Immediately after the above, I ahal! sell, on the premises, Lot No. 4, in Square 105. fronting about | 25 feet on H street north, between 18th a?'d 19th sts west, running back ISO feet 9 inches to a wide alley iini reved by n substantial iwo-story br:ck dwelling House and hack building. This property has a good paved aide alley, in addition to the rear alley Terms: Ou?> half cash ; l?aJance in six^and twelve months, for notes bearing interest secured b? a deed I of tnm on tbe premise*. 1 GEO. A DAVIS, Executor. JAS. C McGUIRE, mar 20?2a? kd? Auctioneer. By C W. BOTELKBi Auctioneer. Extensive sale of crrY property' I by Catalogue, at Auction.-The subscriber do aires to call the attention ot tboee having city prop erty to dispose of, that he ia now preparing a cata logue descriptive of each piece of property to be ot fered at Auction, on or about the ?5th in-mnt. It is his intention to advertise the sale extensively in all the city papers, and also to give r^ralI circulati n ot tto? catalogue, which w.ll doubtleiw have ihe *-f feet of bringing t?*ether a large number ?I capit-l itU desirous of making investments. ... Persona wishing to sell will p ease hand ia by the 15ib instant, a description containing number of the gqunre and lot, front and depth, and, if improved, tbe character of the improvements. The charges of offering will he made moderate. C W. B0TELER, ap 2- eotUtb Auctioneer, Iron Hall 1HVO SECOND I1A.VD PIANOS FOR SALE or tent upon teasonable term , at iue Wa hmg tou C tv D*pot lor the rale of llnllet, Davu k Co., Bacon fc. lUven, and otb^r Piai???-?. JOHN F. ELLIS, ap 4 . 9OA I'a. avenue, TELEGRAPHIC. daily BVBermo star : I ITU DAT" HTI1 flOl IXTtOTX Arrival of the Steamer haltie. New York, April 0?Tbe with one wook ? later s<vt fr strrived at her wharf She brings I Inrfwl date* of the 24th alt 1 he S; Louis arrived out on IttvAiy. 1 he fir.-'t of the fa?r poisti of guerenloe o* the Eastern question, the DuaMia | j orincee under the protectorate ef tkl Nt *u immediately ?|rttd te in fto | Vienna conference Tbe set o id paint, aft U cit advkef, w ?s under discessie^. 3h? 0*?r Alexsrder had mad* a rpmfc. arrt addressed it to tbe whole aimy. On the whale the !anguige may be Interpreted peetf i:i?!ly. Affairs in relation 4 > the eiefe of EibiHyl retrain unchanged. Lord Raglan admi s officially that the Bea iiass are daily mi king the plaee stronger. LIVERPOOL MARKBTf. Mdligau Evans A Co. quote cm ten Arm, m4 prices b^vo ?'ighi 1/ advanced, my f; f^r qualities have improved the most Salsa f?r the week, including tboee to spinners, 07,00# bale*; ralei to rpeculatois, 14 ?00 bales, sales *o exporters 13,000 bales. New Orleans, fair 5] ; Orleans, middling, ft 3.16 ; Uplands, fair. j't; Uf lands, middling, ft. The steady. L/ea^tufTi are generally nnchangad. ?western canal 43s. a 43a. (H.; Ohio 4is* wheal?white Its. 01.; oorn?white I w 43s; mixed 42a. 6d. Provisions are generally ucohangod. American stocks are rteady and 1 he Election in Cinoinnati, 4a. CicnrxiTi, April 0.?It is currently that ?he judges of the election, at the Twelfth | Ward polls, had the tickets so noarly oountod, a?d hiving a memorandnm of the ftato of the rote before the ballota were destroyed, an ti enable them to render a sworn statement of tbe vote caat, which will be rooetrod by Ike c t/ clerk The returns from this ward wiB give rearly all the democratic candidate* a majority, and it is stated that they will ho a worn into office next Monday. Complete returns for magistrates giro a detoccratio majtrity of 800; the ballots fov the** officers were not destroyed. The heavy rains hare served to oool nation corsUlerably. I z^esiire Fire in Vermont Albuy. April 6 ?The factory of Carpeator Jc Co., at Pownal, Vt., was burnt en Monday night. The lose is about $00 000, with a par tial insurance thereon. A saw mill, grist ml!! and several dwelling houses, wore also do st royed Latest from Bio Jacarlo New York, April 0.?Rio dstea to Fo?. 14th have been r'oeWed hero. They report the sailing of the sloop of war Qermaatow?i from Buenos Ayres for Rio on the 4th. Corfu.tion among the Know nothings Lancaster. Pa., April ft ?TbeOrandState Cocncil of Know Nothings met here on Tues day, bat broke up in confusion this eftornoon. The cause of the difficulty is said to bo op pot si'ion to open organisation. Publie opialoa rans counter to secrecy and oath*bo*nd eon spiracies. Messrs Cameron, Johnson and 6o?. Irvin left this morning in disgust. row York Market. New Yore. April 0 ?Cotton is unchanged. F! )ur is upward and One. Southern is better; s-tles at $9 56 a $10 35 Wheat is upward aad firm. Corn is npward, and a trifle hlghor, siles of western mixed at $1 03 a$l 04 rerfc is upward and firm, and also beef aad lard> Ohio WhLky 35 a 35Jo. New York Stock VarkoL Nbw York. April 0 ?Stocks opened Arm Money still contiaues to be abundant Sales at the fir-t board of Missouri 6's at 94i; Ohio 6's 10.S; Virginia 0's 96J; N. Carolina 0's 99i; New York Central Railroad 93i; Cumberland Cosl Company, 311; Reading Railroad 8fti; Canton Company 27}; Erie Railroad at ftl|: Po-.nsj' vania Coal Co.. 106i; Cleveland a&4 i oledo Railroad, 72. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR 84I.E.? Tbe block of building* known a.- the 4,Un?oo Dtidding*." anJ u >w occup ed by the Co ion new* ?? ?per establishment- They are situated oo R street b tween 13. b ami 14th rtrcets, and fmitui( directly >n t'ennsylvabia avenue. The lot is 70 fiset fnwt by 159 fe*t deep. Tbe property ta tu?cepubie of divia : >u and re arrangement, and ita poaiti a tueb as must rank it among the best business stands on the avenue, and is >early increasing in value. The H.lie of tb* |>.ami( l?t?*e? expire* on tbe l?t Sepiam b?-r next, on u ! ich day poMt^a^ion may be had. A!no, that I rgi- Uiree atory Brick Houae oo 17th Ktrevt west, (npptiaite the War Office aad three doors ?*>uth of G stre t.) .ViMs that ibree nory Hou* on 17|h alreet next door to the Government Buildiug, at ihs i of f an 1 17ih nre?i? Sh >ul 1 tbe ab ve property not be sold at privets snle prior to the i5ih of May, a will be aaid oe that day at puHir auction. Ton.i wi.l be made fav rnble ta tUa pnrrhaaer. A j(p y to CM. H WINDER, Cor:itr of aeTeiiu-eatli end G atreeta. mnr 19?2awt ttayl* } IIIRfVOVE BUILDING H1TE4, CONTAJK i ii.g ab 'it live acrrfi fa b < n a credit of 10 yeer* wiibn twenty five mini i?a ride o< ibe City Po?t Of iee for file lying between Wx-bington and Ble ?enrbarg, ? l-taiii front tbe o ntral portion of tbe city ituoi to 3# miles. Tbe tract preareta a fr'i.t < u three public ro^<fr, a in a rood neighbor li od and rapidly iui|iro%nng M-'tion af tbe coue ry. We will neli \ne *;ove lota on a credit o' 10 yeare and on ^uch teriu? a? we are aure will inrare ut tbe pur. tiaMr an ea?y mode of payment. On many of tin- ?b >ve IcIk there are fine grovea of oak treea, of the original growth, and aome fine BprinfS of w&i> r We offV-r th ee lor* to reatdenu of We?buiftoa, who wouid r?>ide m tbe e?antry and et tbe oim time b ? able to attend to huancea m tbe city. Also, a tract of good land adjoining tbe same of ubo t thirty five arree, iaiproved by a good dwel ling house ; ua* on it a flue spring and aprmg bouse, t*?< groves of l irge oaR wood ?, and ia welt fanoed. For the above eitlier improved or union proved city IHoperty will l?e taken in exchange et a Cab valua tion. ? Por lithoi;rapl;ic plats of the froun 1 and fUrtbW explanations of tbe tenna of mis inquire of JNO. K. KIBBET, No 4 Colombia Place, Corner 7th street and LouMana avtsot mar 91?< ol2t I^OR KENT"TSFDWELLINO ANT) t*TORt g* on llth atre? t west, one door from Pa. avenue, north bide, adjoining Furnham'e Bookstore. to grorgb a. w. raxdall, ma, q?pntf _ serasr Bt aad |)m. CIIRAP GOODS. RfCBBY ?i CO., 49* Seventh street, wgl _ coni-nence thia day, and eoatinae till i the l^t ofMav, to sell at cuat, and maay artej civs below- firrt coal, tneir entire atoek Goods, conswtin; in pin of? Einbrcideriea, Lecns, Bneneu, RibaOOs Klowera, lathe.' beauuful Morning Robes Millinery Goods, Hosiery, Gloves Worsteds, Pertum?*ry, Dreaa Tnmmlr And e variety rrf Fancy Goods All ?,t wbicb will be sold at great bargains tor eaah only. . . ^QOml EW WORK, by trie Auibor u( iOe Heu el Bod ? vfl> ' The Ca?tl<" B-tilders, by tbe author of tb?Oee^? Ease, in paper covert, price 50 ceau , wh?o<1, * ceiita. 'm*aMK"urilno! k MAUtT* j Ml 3J Bookmen. I?eer m_ I 1 IrtZkN CAbTAtJSCT. I I J vv.SHl H.HM S jll?l received at m* IIp?0: i MILBt:.-* ft, 4lTm j ap3? . Ii.<4?h 0 > -4 X t.*<h || i J. .4 X l IV i ,?vui'[ U

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