Newspaper of Evening Star, April 11, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 11, 1855 Page 3
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KV!'? NINO STAR. Local Intelligence. Opd-fbllcws' Statistics ?It appears by ft document recently published by the bu thority of the Grand L4ge of the Di-trict of colombia, 'hat there are under it# jurisdiction thirteen subordina'e lo igcs, namely : Central. Washington, Flit em, Tlarmony, Columbia, Union Frienisuip, Covenant, Beacon, Metrop. olie, Exceliior, Mechanics, and Oriental, em bracirg an aggregate membership of 1,322 ?p to the thirtieth of September last. There are thireen Past Grand Mat'ers, and two ban dred ard seventy three Pest Grands; the latter composing the Grand Lodge of the District. Daring the year ending at that date there were nineteen deaths; number of widowed families relieved thiry-one; number of brothers barfed, nineteen ; rtimber of brothers educat ing. thirty-four: amount paid for relief of brothers, $3 072; amount paid t,r relief of widowed families, $537; amount paid for bu rying the dead, $<J93 31; amount paid for education of orphans, $480. Total amount of relief, $4 782 41. The revenue to the sehool fund was $852 47; revenue to the general fund, $0,191 41; rev enue from special tax or other soarces. $935 23 Total revenue, $7 979 11. Amount of contin gent expenses, $3,005 04. Total amount of m fonda invested end uninvested, $17,109 94. The Order, we are happy to learn, is in ft sound condition, diffusing its beneficent influ ence among the needy and the distretsed, acd ftivi-ig to its deceased member! decent sepal hi e Tea Public Schools or thb Third Dis? tbict.?According to the communication frrm the Board of Trustees of the pub ic schools Tieeived Monday night by the Boerd of Alder men, the 11 teachers of the third school d s triet?comprising the Fifth and Sixth Wards of Washington City?have now under their charge 727 scholars, none of them asder six years of age, and there are still 103 applica tions to send ehiidren to thoee schools, which cannot be acceded to for went Of teachefs and ?:oomsBodaticns though no more than two children are admitted from one family. It is Very clear from 'bese facts that the additional primary school asked for for the Third Dis trict by the Board is absolutely necessary. We can assure our readers immediately Inter ested, that it will not bo long before they have it among them. Who ekott8 thb Family or the Lath James asbtor ??The fallowing i? an extract from a letter from Tajlorvilie, Christian Co., 111., dated April 2d. inst : " A man named James Aahton, who bad re sided several yeirs in this vicinity, and accu mulated about three thousand dollars, con sisting of a small stcck of gooos, real estate, notes, horse, Ac., died about ten or twelve days since, very auddenly; and rumor says that he deserted his wife and children then living in Alexandria, D C, in very indigent tircumstanoes?be, wishing to mir.y about ft ear ago, applied or a divorce in this county ut failed to it for Iscx of oaase, his wife's name is Mary. I deem it important that they attend to the matter early, as a bro ther of his has just ar ivei here from the North, who may get an andue advin'nge of the real heirs if they do not attend to ti.e matter soon." It will be well for some of oar Alexandria subscribers to look into this ma'ter for the benefit of the widow and children if such there be I.ast Nigwt or thb kuhkbls ? The pres ence of this ever ropnlar troupe in oar Itidst, might well be termed a " revival" of fun? their melodies being whistled in even street and avenue, and the witticisms of Harry Lehr quoted by all. Let all, then, who would avail tnemselvee of mirth's surest provocative attend the National Theatre to-night. A new piece, written by mr C. W. Tayleure. entitled " The Know Nothing: or, who is Sam7" will be pre en ted. We may mention that this is bat e good humored appropriation of a title now oreating so mnch wonderment, and are sure that the numerous friends of "Sam" will not be offended at this harmless attempt to east a *kad* upon his " fair name." Bop de dooden do, or What's the Batter? a new looal song new creating ft storm of excitement, will be repeated Remember, this is the last Bight. Thb PaerosBD Nbw Ebqihb Hocsb roB tab tbabblib.?From the Mayor's communi cation to the Board of Aldermen read oa Mon day night at their meeting, we lean that the Commissioner of Public Buildings says that of the six thousand dollars appropriated by CongTossfor the improvement of the pablic square at the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and Thirteenth street, on which the Franklin engine hous* stands, and to build them a new edifice somewhere else, $4,000 will be required to pev for the removal of the present building and the improvement of the square, leaving $2 000 with which to baild the new engine house, wherever the oity authori ties may locate it The Mayor recommends the Council to de'ermine, without delay, where the new bailding shall be erected. ?bb Cobcbbt Last Night, by the Ryland Chapel Choir, was. considering the state of the weather, extremely well attended. The per formers acquitted themselves oreditably. es pecially Misses Roth cell, Myrick, Radeliff, C. Lloyd, and Mrs Renahaw; Messrs. B. F. Clark, Hodgson, Daniel, BiM, MoElfresh, E. Jones. S. V. n^yes. Lloyd, Hoghec, Sheriff, and Downer The afp! ause was frequent, end several piecei were by request, repeated. The chorales throughout were well sustained, their effect being increased by the fine instru mentation of Prof. School, and Messrs. Rice, Yeatman, and Dr. Siewart. Altogether, the concert appeared to give unirenal satisfac tion to the audience there assembled. Tbi Stats or thb Wasbibqtob Fibb Dh farthest.?We learn from the report of the inspector of the fire department, for the month of March last, that on the 31st ultimo the Union engine and the Northern Liberties section were undergoing repairs; that the Frenklin's new suction has not been fit for service since the fire on C street, where it was injured; that the Pereeverance, Frank'in, Ncr;hern Liberties, Columbia, and the Union each hive hose wanting repairs; that the Columbia had reoeivod 250 feet of new hoee, and the Anaoostia 500 feet; putting these oom panics in good serviceable order. A Complimektabv ScrrER.? On the night bafore last while their fine ball wos progres sing, the members of tLe Columbia Fire Co. 8eve a supper to their guests from altimore unotg whom, in addition to those mentioned in yesterday's Sta*. were Messrs. Brants meyy, Hugh Jones, Vice President of the Pioneer Tloak and Ladder Compeay, and six.een other members of that association, ae well a* the President and Vice President? Messrs Hoi brook BBd Bowerman?of the Ac tive Fire Associatioa of Baltimore. ? Thb Lchbsb inspe* tio* Laws.?The Cor poration attorney has advised the Mayor of the neoessity for a prompt revisioa of the lews regulating the inspection of lumber in Wash ington, which grows out of a recent decision of the circuit c^urt. wherein the gross ineffi ciency of tho40 Laws whs the subject of a special opiia>n of the court, and also caused tne Corporation lo*s Police Justice for Third Ward ?It is .id en the Avenue that Mr. John L. Smith was elected on Monday evening last to this ofiee with the understanding that he would de cline it. bis name being used only by way of affording the dominant party time to make ? selcstioa satisfactory to themselves. Pbotbactsd mbbtibb ?A very interesting protracted meeting is now in progress in the Methodist Episcopal Charch, South, oa 8th etreet. Tne Rev Mr Cowling of Alexandria, Va., preached last night an eloquent and pow erful disoosrse, and there is to be preaching every night daring the ?eek Bevbpit or St Vibcbrt's Obphab Ast m ?The proceeds of the exhibition of Stan ley's Western Wilds, to morrow night, will be deveted to the above-named asylum. It will be well for all to go vrbo have not yet seen the beautiful panorama in qucetiea, whisk is, be yond all doaht, one of the ?ery finest thing* of the sort la the eeiatry. pJJlkH* 2, tr* ~At ,th* ???Ung of the ^l,r, night, the follow r#-0'*^0M were offered. bet laid over for future action: M hereas, the different fire companies of this rlSMi9 tkenu?l?? in tho most and ridiculous uniforms thai tho in* agination can in rent, and tbis company re maiju m its rapabliean simplicity: Therefore, Re*olv*d, That to keep pace with tho im provement of fashion, tho uniform of tho Franklin Fire Company, after tho 10th of April, 1855, ahall bo as follow*: Kossuth hat, red ostrich feather, studded around with stars, and the star spangled ban ner in front. Shirt, Tariegated colors?whito, green, blue, red, and yellow?with 12 rows of fancy pearl buttons rise of half adollar. Coat blue, With crimson collar. bnff breast, and red rkirfi. Pants striped with red, white, and bluo. Flefh colored stockings, and red mo rocco slippers with silver buckles. Rtsolvtd, furt/uir, That on an alarm of lire being sounded, the members shall immediately repair to the engine honae in fall dress with an opera glass, and, if rainj weather, with an umprella. ? . Pi** ?Y?aterday afternoon, between font 5? STV cloek? ? wooden stable belonging to Wood, and a wood shed attached to the promisee adjoining, on Temperance Hall alley, were destroyed by fire; the act, it is said, of an incendiary. Bat for the sxsrtions of tht citiseoB in th# neighborhood, in oon junction with the firemen, an extensive oonfia? gration might have ensued; Mr Wood's car penter shop, as well as other eombastible property, being near the biasing scene. The Franklin Fire Company, by its prompt, ness and expedition in getting to work, is de serving or high praise. Sinoe writing the abtrte, we tfarn that a small black boy residing in the oeighboiSood; has been arrested and oommitfed to jail on the charge of baring caused the conflagration It is said he was seen in the act by the person who gave the information to the publio. Lambs' Waaa?MiLLumar.?In addition to the names we have heretofore published shom be added those of Mrs. Speir, on D street, between flfinth and Tenth stcee's j Miss Margaret Dyer, 221 Pennsylvania atentte: Mrs. W. P. Shedd, 502 ftletenth stfeetj near Pennsylvania avenue, and Miss H. M Mann, Bridge Street Georgetown, as having reeeivod their string gSods for the ladies, whose wants as to the fashions are nev?r neglected by 6?r enterprising milliners. gonnets are t&e faore important artiolrs, of whioh elegant and beau tiful styles are provided to suit all tastes We would likewise ihvite the attention of our lady readers espedall> to thl advertise ments of the folloiHng named gentlemen : A. T,ate; Clagett, Newton, May * Co ; and Max well * Bro. They have many beautiful arti cles of wear p*rt#farly desired by the fair sei. ?? A Mistakb ?Last night, a trunk was left at the boose of one of our prominent oitisens, who, however, declined opening it, supposing that it might turn out to be an infernal ma chine, or that the leaving of it was a mistake. It was, by bis direction, oonveyed to the oen tral watch-house, where it was opened, and found to contain shaving apparatus and clothing. As the name of the owner appears on some of the garments, the property will, doubtless, bo returned to him. There is many a person who would readily receive such de positee, and ask no questions. A* Excime Little Amis occurred yes terday at one of our hotels. It appears that a geatleman who was Stopping there, noticing ahotber (wearing a heavy mustache ) in his Mat at the table, demanded of him to resiga it, saying 'hat the gentleman with the mus taohe should not ocoupy it, while he was pres ent it was his own. This remark was consid ered offensive, whereupon sharp words ensued; a blow or two passed and the par ies were separated. We doubt not the affair will be amicably settled, without a resort to the duello, through the intervention of the respected pro prietor. ??- r Hail Storm.?Yesterday afternoon, aborit six o clock, the dense, black eloods broke over the citv in the heaviest rain of the seeeon, rendering umbrellas of no use, and completely saturating the clothing of these who happened to be in the streets at the time. Wind and hail varied the condition of the weather; aad in addition, there was thunder aad lightning. The storm has had the effect of oooling the temperature, considerably, and rendering over ooats to-day not uncosafortable. A Typb Oct ?On the day before yesterday ?'Single type fell out of the advertisement of the houses for rent at Kendall Green, making it rent at 950 a year, rather than $150 aa set up. The consoquenoe was, that the genteman renting tho property was yesterday run down with applications. The poor wight was almost driven out of the oity by their pressing oalls. As we remedied that accident yesterday we {resume that there are fewer applicants to ay, though the houses are worth much more per year than is charged for them. Public Schools.?In the report in an after noon cotemporary of the Council proceedings last Monday, it is stated that the trustees called attention in their communication to the - dilapidated " condition of the schools in the Fifth and Sixth Wards. So far from this be ing the caae, the trustees oomplimented them for their good attendance, Ac. Wbstbbh Wilds or Ambbica.?To-night *flT*rti*d " lMt regular night of the exhibition of the most beautiful panorama ever in this oitv. All who have not seen it will certainly be present to night This af teraoon, there will be an exhibition, when we have reason to believe the hall will be dense ly orowded with children from all parts of the oity. ? Noisy Qabos ?The ofioers of the Fifth District have been arresting gangs of boys, mostly well-grown eolored boys, who have ?*?aPiv7l?f b*?dJ' iB that district on the Sabbath. The law imposee a fine, and in of P*ym*nt requires tnet the party shall be sent te the workhouse. Tan Ball or tub Scott Guards will take plaoe at Carusi's Saloou to-morrow eveniog. They are a juvenile corps, but well drilled, and deserving The proceeds will be devoted to the purchase of arm*. ? Watch Kbtobhs ? Kich'd Troman, abusing his family, security for peaoe There were three lodgers last Light. rr-7?A card to the ladies.?good mews fob the HICK DK. DLTONCO'S GOI.DKN MOSTHLY FILLS, . the be-tand moat infallible remedy ev*r dla'-owered U>r r* liavlng ana earing ?Ii painful, diatreaxlng, and difficult m*n ?traalinn, and removing *1) periodica' iBaiructloiia. ai.d lr? r*f il*i iUea arlalug frciu whatever caua?. Theae Pill* ara ? j ootaplaia TEIl'MPH IK MRDICAL SC1EKCE. Thay ara proparrd by a pi <>caaa which concentratea tlie iDtradlcutalnlo a ?mall balk, Uiaa raederln* II nnnarvftaary fnr dallcato Mualea ta talc* lartfr doaaa of naaaaooa dmfl. Dr. Daponeo'a Ptlla arc tha raaalt of over THIRTY TK.VHs' fXPKKir.NOK in th? treatment of tli? dlaeaaea of femalaa.? They lieva Ueen advarUaa-l for a little ovar ona yaar, yat I SKVKRAl. TUOl'SAMD BOXES have alraady beeu aoid, aud tha demand tor then rapidly In craaaea wbarevar they become known. Ttiay have bean ] thoroughly tried In Washington, And foniiu to act Ilka ? j charm. 8old hy all Dr?gf lata In Waalilogton, Oeorcetown and Al aandrla, Ya. mar 1? eolm* [Ky?rOAH WAI.KKR a CO., under Brown*' Hotal, ar? prap^rad u> ?ln?w one of the moat complete aaa^rtmeut of READY MARK CI.UTHINO erer oflerad to Uia cltlxaua of thl' Dt-u .ft r:iair >io< k ambracea everything that la naw aud faahionabla for the eeaaou, manaf?ctnred with Uale and al?gau<?, for which tLiair Clothing la celebrated. mar 17 rp^-AS A SPUING AND SIMMER MEDICINE, Carter's . ^ Hpanlah Mlstara <taada pre ainioant above all otheraj It* *lngalarly eMc.ciooa actlen oa Die blood ; ila atrangth- ) eulng ant vleifylug qaallti-*; It* t?nlc act tan oa tha Llv?r, | It* t?fld*nry to drive all hanora to th* (arliK*, th*r*Ly clearning th* *y*tam acro dtag to Nator*'* awl prwertp Un; It* harmleaa. aad at thaaaaaa Um ?atraordtaary good ?Sect*, aad tla a amber of earaa teat! Aad ta by aaiy of ta* ami re*p*'tabl* cttiMa* of Ekhmond, V*., aad rlaawbar*. maat be oaadulv* *vtd*ace that there t* ao ha at bag about I U. Tha trial of a alngU bottl* will *atla<y th* Boat *e*pttcal of Uc keoellu. ? a*S*e adv*rti**?*ot la aaethar col*ma ? AHttlKU. In Rutaw, Ala., on the 3d instant, by tbe Rev. J. lire Bowman, IH'FF C. GRKEN, U. 8. A., to Mim REBBCCA I. PICKEVB, youngest daughter of Uie late Col. Joe. Picken< oirno. ?I 1Qtb instant, Miae MARfl O^^T^A^ Wm. Pareoae. Tha liMads UI Uie flamiJy are respectfaiiy invited f'?" lb* Metacdiac Bpibcopal iwoaTst w"*qfnm (Thutedey) alutr Far Bale and Bant. Furnished rooms^mrs. o anderson ha* several tarnished Rooms which she wMm to rent: situated over the Muiio and Station try Store, second door from the Kirk wood House, Pi avenue. ap 11?eoltn towelling house for rent.?the XJ Dwelling House on Pa. avenue, near 15th St., <o. DO!), over Keller fc McKenny*s Banking House, is now for sent, being near twu hotels, and also the departments nnd public offices, makes It a desirable location for the purpose of renting the rooms to a profitable advantage. Apply to O. E. P. HAZARD, ap 11?3t* on the premises. Furnished rooms for rent.?four neatly tarnished rooms for rent In a healthy and pleasant part of the Island. Price, $5 per moath. ly at 980 Virginia avenue, between 9,h and I0.ii streets. M. A. AIKEN. M. A. Aiken has commenced the Dress making business, on the Island, 980 Vuginia avenue, be tween 9th and 10th st?. ip 10?Jt* For sale.?two new three story Frame Houses, fronting 96 feet, and containing seven rooms each. The houses are situated three squares nor.h or the State Department, The prop erty will be sold low, and accommodating term*. Apply io J. T. MAKR, ap 10- St* No. 431 New York avenue. FOR RENT-SEVERAL HANDSOME PAR iors and Chambers, with board. Also, Twhle and transient board. Inquire at Mrs. SMITH'S, 833 F street ap9 Rents rkduced to suit the times. $1*) a year will be received for the rent of those new and convenient cottages at Kendall Green, with two acres of grotiltd, stable, wood shed and other conveniences attached. Pump* of pu>e witei are near the door, snd commumcnt on is had wit'i Georgetown by way of H and 8evinth streets and Pern. Avenue, morning and aAernoon, at the usual farl, for the accommodation of clerks in the departments. To sccure the advantage of this great reduction of rent imitUdikt* afrhcition must be made ta the undersigned, either leltef, .or at Ms house at Kendall Green, after office hours, where the keys may be had and the houses inspe ted at any time. Several of these residences will be sold on liberal terras. WM. 8TICKNEY, No 4, Kendall Green. N. B.?Rents paid quarterly in advance. apr 9, 1P5&?ti . VALUABLE BUILDING LOT AND STONE Foundation for snle at a very great sacrifice for cash or short credit, beautifully located on 3d st., hear the Cltjr Hall, beihg a pflrt of Lot IS, Square 089, having a front of 96 feet and 93 feet 3 inches deep, and Has the privilege of a brick wall adjoin ing. ApfRy to M E M- LUNDY, No. IS8 Bridge street, Georgetown, D. C. ap 9?if FOR RENT?THR^E NE1* FRAME HOUSE8, containing six rooms, each sftuated on Pierce striet, between L and M streets, being btft (bur squaresfroni the Railroad Depot; would make good residences. Rent moderate. Apply to CHARLES THOM A, on the opposite side of the street. ap 4?lm? ... . A CERTAIN CHANCE TO MAKE A IOR , tune ?A lady having acquired a competency in the Millinery bueiness, is now desirous or disput ing oilier estaMlshlh'ent, and retiring into private lite. Her location ia one of the beet in the city, and m a rare opportunity for cne acquainted with the business. For terms and particulars apply at '.his officc. mar 99?lm The residence of col. roberts, u. s. A., continues to be offered on pr vate sale. Il ia one or the best appointed Cottages in the District, containing three acres of Ground, a largp garden, excellent water, stables aui outhotiscs in perfect order, and ornamental grounds, fruit trees, flic , in the best condi ion. For information apply at this office. mar 98-2w For rent or sale on reasonable Terms ?A three story Frame, with basement, on New York avenue, between Fourth and FWlh Itr^ets west Also, a three story Frame, with back building, on I street north, between Fourth and Fifth sis. weal Apply to James W. Barker, residence on H street north, between 19th and 13th streets west. DICKSON & KING, sp 5?Th:f Georgetown. For rent or sale on reasonable TERMS? I A two-sio:y frame House, with back building, containing six rooms, oq 13}? 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 fits. ^eet. A three-Mory Frame, with back building, on I at. north, between 4th and 5th sts. west. Apply for the two last mentioned to JAMES W. BARKER, on II street north, between 19th and 13th sis. west. Alao a two-story Frame, with back building, on Montgomery street, Georgetown. DICKSON k KING, feb 7?eotf Georgetown. FOR RENT.-THE HAMBURG LIMEKILNS, situated on square No. 63. These Kilns recently been put in complete repair. To any one wishing to engage in the lime business a favorable opphrtunity is now presented. Apply to the sub scribers at their Lnmb;r Yard, comer 96th and D streets. H. N. k J. W. EASBY. ap 3?eo9w 5V REnTt-A THREE-8TORY BRICK House, with large hack building and fine large yatd, urinated on East Capitol street, nearly oppo site the residence of B B. French Esq. Possession given immediately. Apply to the subscribers, cor ner 96th and D sis. H. N & J. W. EASBY. ap 3 -eoQw For rent-the dwelling and store on llth street west, one door from Pa. avenue, north aide, adjoining Farnham's Bookstore. Apply to GEORGE A. W. RANDALL, mar 9?-eotf corner 19th and D sta. TTAVING LEARNED THAT REPORTS ARE XX >n circulation that the National Hotel is shortly to be elosed, the proprietor deems it proper to savto the patrons of the hou*e, and the traveling public generally, that all su^h reports are without founda tion, and that the H<?el will be kept open for the accommodation of visitors. ap 3??-o9w F.- D. WILLARD. TO RENT FOR SIX MONTHS?THE PLACE (3-J acres) above the Heights of Georgetown, tormeriy owned by Joseph Xoursc, and latela occu pied by the Rev. A Ten Broeck, as a school. For terms apply to Mr. RIDGELY, Druggist, Seven Buildings. ap 9?co3t* FOR RENT, the Hou?e for many years occupied by the late Hon. Daniel Webrter, and sincchi* death by the Hon. Mr. Preston, of Kentuck Also, the large and spacious Dwelling adjacent te the sams. Will also be ftai?lied and Tor rent in a short time, two new Houses for dwellings and Stores, with fancy fronts,on Seventh street, little above II street. The two first dwellings are beautiftfUy situated on D street and Louisiana avenue, between 5th and 6th, and for private residences are equal to nny in the < ity. For terms apply to the subscriber, at his residence No. 433, in the same square and street. apr 9?3teo JOHNSON I1ELLEN. HOMES FOR ALL.?Beautifully and healthily located Building Lots, 94 fe*t fVont by 130 feet deep, on graded streets, can, until spring, be bought at the exceeding low price of $75, payable $3 p*r month. Title indisputable. Union Land Officc, 7th st., above Odd Fellows' Hall. Jan 9?6m JOHN FOX, Secretary. Waxxf. WANTED-A YOUNG LADY FROM VIR gii>ia wishes employment by the month as a seamstress in some respectable family. She is also willing to attend to aay housework with the excep tion of cooking and washing. Call within the next ten days at Mr. Doughaday's, on 9d street, between B and C. ap ll-lw? WANTED?A MAN OF GOOD ADDRESS and sober habits, to canvass the city of VV^ sli ingtoti for the Baltimore "REPUBLICAN," a daily Democratic penny paper. An active man can do a paying business at it. Apply at the Star office. ap 11?9t? ANTED-A WHITE GIRL TO DO GENE ral housework iu a small family. One who can bring good recommendations may apply at No. 433 Fifth sireet, between E and F. Al o, a young girl, to a:*i*l in taking care of a child. **? 10? RESPEtrTABLE VOUNQ WOMAN WANTS a situation as Chambermaid or to do plain sewing, or children's nurse, in a respectable family, and would have no objection to travel The best of reference* given. Addrese a note for B this office. ap 10 -if SITUATION8 WANTED BY TWO RRSPECT abie young Girls as Chambermaids, or to do plain sewing, or travel with a lady. Call at MRS. tARVEY's, No. 910 Pa. avenue, near 13th st. ap 10-ai* IlfANTED BY A GENTLEMAN with a small W family, a brick House, containing not more than eight rooms, with a passage; in a central loca tion, would engage to keep it in as gooe order aebe finds it, desires to reut or feaee it tor a term of Any oue having such house will pleaee address IMaurice." Star office. ap 6?lw WANTFD?A COMPLETE FILIOF THE WEEKLY (Washington City) OTAR ftnee its publication up to the present due, tar whteh a liberal price will be ifwatw tWa oace. Ijr J. ?. ??GOIRl,.A??t|*BMr. Long boat and sails at public Auc tion.? On THU1S<-AY afternoon, April 1Kb, at 5 o'clock, I shall sell, at Euby'a Wharf, One Long Boat and Sail* / Terms: A credit of 60 aad 90 da}a tbr noted sat isfactorily endorsed, beariat iaurest. _ JAB. C. McGUIRE, ap 11?9t By BARK&RD * BUOB1T, OtorptowB Good and nearly new furniture at Auction.?On FRIDAY morning, Uie 13(h in I it ant, at 10 o'clock, we will sell, nl the residence of Mr Geo Godey. on Prospect street, near High, the entire Household Furniture, at Mahogany Soft and Side Tables j . Do an<Tcane Chairs and Rocker Parlor, hall and chamber Carpets Bureaus. Bedsteads, Feather Beds , Ilair and shuck Mattresses, Wardrobe Girandoles, Curtains, Looking Glasses Settee, Lounges With Kitchen Utensil* And many other snicks. Terms at sal p. BARNARD It BUOKEY, ' apll-d , Auctioneers. Uf J* O. HeOUlRB, Anctleassr. Peremptory sale or sn.ono Alexandria Coupon Bonds.?On TUESDAY afternoon. I April 17.h, at 5 o'cleck, at thfe Auction Rooms, I ?hall sell, in lots <o suit purchasers, 917,000 Alexan I dria Coupon Ron 3s. Terms cash, in current funds. JAS C. McGUIRE, ap 11?d Auctioneer. I By B ARMAAD * Bl'CKKY, | Georgetown LOTS IN GEORGETOWN.-Will be sol.1 on ti?e premises on SATURDAY next, at 5 o'clk, I four pretty sited Lots, each 18 feet front by 130 ft. I de?p, on north side of Be all street, equidiMant from I Greea and Washington streets On these lots there I is a mound of earth, which, if the purchaser ot the I whole were to grade and sod, would make a ms-t I beautif I elevation for a cottage site, overlooking I the town, c.ty, and Potomac. I These lots are in the vicinity of the elite residen I i. s of the town. I Terms: One-f*fth cash on note well endorsed at I 60days; balance at 1,2, S, and 4 years, witn inter est. BARNARD fc BUCKEY, I ap 11?d Auctioneers. I By ORBBR 4fe SCOTT. Aa*(Ua??rt. Groceries, crockeryware, stand Casks, Store Fixtures, tie. at Auction ?On I FRIDAY, the 13th instant, we shall sell, at 10 o'clk I a. m.,at tne Grocfry Store of WTm N Keefe, at the I comer of 18th and H streets noith, the remaining I stock Of the establishment, viz : I Tea, Coffee, Spices, Pickles I Crockery and Glassware I With many other articles BsfcaHy kept in a retail Grocery Store Also, the Store Fixtures, 8tand Casks, Sc. I Terms cash. _ _ . GREEN ft SCOTT, jy 11?i Aieimwri. I Br ORBBR * SCOTT. Aastloassri. VALUABLE FRAME IIOU8E AND LOTS at Auction.?On TUESDAY, the Wth instant, I we shall sell, in front of the premises, at 5 O'clock, I p. m., parts Lots Nos. 12 and 13, in Square No. 549, I with the imttfo?cments. which are a good two-sto I ty Cottage House, containing five good and conve I nicntty arranged room*, witn passage and kitchen I and cellar, and all necessary outbuildings. The above described property fronts on 4% street, | I 45 feet ? inchcs, between K and L sts. south, run I nine hack 100 feet to a 15 feet alley. Title indispu'able. I Terms of sale: One-quarter cash ; the balance a I I credit of 6,19 and 18 months, for notes bcari- g in-1 I terest from the day of ?ale I A deed given and a deed of trust taken j GREEN fc SCOTT, apr 4-d Auctioneers. I fy- Tt>? above aale 18 pottponsd Im I consequence of the rain uMri FRIDAY, thd 1 Jth in I stant, at half past 5 o'clock. GREEN k SCOTT, I mar 11?d Auctioneers. I By J C. HtOl'IRB, Auctioneer. I T7XCELLENT HOUSEKEEPING EFFECTS | 3-4 at Auction? On MONDAY morning. April 18th, I I at 11H o'clrtck, at the quarters of Lieut J. C. Cash, | Ijnsidethe Washington Navy Yard. I shall sell ani I excellent lot of Housekeeping drticlfs, comprising? | I Handsome Plush an<l Leather covercd Arm Chairs I Walnut Etagcre, Ir<?n Hat Rack I Eiceitvnt Hair and hu?k Mattresses I Ri-autifui French Cm*B gold banflTeiiware I French and Etouc Cliisa Breakfast and Dinner ware I Silver-plated Castors, Spoors and Forks I Paian Marble Pitchers, Bifllfr Tubs, fee. I Silver-plated Ivory hannlcd Dessert Knives | Excellent Telle Cutlery I Broffxe Csndelabras I G assware. Chaftng DLr^i I Scales ana Weights I Iron framed oval Tnil*t Glassware I Very superior Refrigerator I Stoves, Tin Safe, fcc. I Toeether with the usual assortment of Kitchen I Requisites. The above articles are all nearly new and of ex I cellent quality. Terms cash. ap 11?d JAS. C. McGUIRE, Auctioneer By J, ?. ??GVlRBt Auctioneer. EXECUTOR'S SALE OF FURNITURE AND! Household Effects ?On THURSDAY inornmg I the 19th instant, at 10 o'clock, at the residence of [ the late Thomas Ritchie, on President's Square, 1 shall sell, a large portion of the Furniture and Household Effects, comprising? Rosewood Pianoforte, Stool and Music Stand Rosewood Ttte-a Tete, arm, reception and fancy] Chairs in satin damask Hrndsome damask Curtaius and Cornice Large French plate gilt Tame Minor, with slabs and Brackets Damask and chintx covered Lounges Mahogany hair, spring and cane seat Chairs Ilandeome Centre Lamps, Csndelabras, Bronze Brackets, Mantel Ornaments Mahogany Sideboard Et?gere, Side Table Solid mahogany Extension Dining Table China, glass and Ctockeryware Brussels and three ply Carpets, Oilcloth Hat rack, Hall Lamp, Rosewood and Hall Chairs Enamelled and Cottage Suite Walnut and mahogany French Bedsteads Walnut Wardrobes, Dressing Bureaus Waslistands, Toilet Sets, Tables Superior curled hair and husk Mattresses Bolsters and Pillows, Marseilles Quilts | Bed and Table Linen, Chamber Chairs , Furniture in servants' rooms, &c. Together with a general assortment of Kitchen ] Requisites. Terms: $20 and under cash; over that sum a i credit of 60 and 90 days, for notes satisfactorily en dorsed, bearing interfliU JAS. C. McGUIRE, j ap II?d Auctioneer. | By OBBBI * JOOTT. Auctioneers. SEVEN VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS ATI Auction?On WEDNESDAY, 18tn instaat, we shall sell, at 6 o'clock p.-m , 34,237 U feet of ground, having a front on C stieat south 148 feet 5 inches. | and 9th strset east 983 feet 10 inches. The above des-ribed property is handsomely lo cate<l, distant from the Navy Yard but a few hid I utes' walk. Terms: One-half casir; balance in ons and two years, the purchaser te give notes for the deferred i payments, bearing interest from day of sale l A deed given and a deed of tru?t taken ? GREEN k SCOTT, ap 9?eotd Auctioneers. Boarding. A FEW MORE BOA9TCR9 IS WANTING at] No. STS Sixth, brtwtxai D and E streets. ap 11?4t* __ Board in a private family can heob tained by two single gentlemen. The renins I are pleasantly situated comfortably furnished. They will be rented cither with or without board on accommod&tirg terms. Address "G II" City Post Ollice. ap 10?-it* BOARD, dfce?MRS. BATES, on the south west corner of Pa. avenue and 9th street is pie- ] pared to accommodate gentlemen with room*, with or without board. Every effort will be made to ren dcr those couiforttble who may favor her with their ] patronage. ap 8?tf BO A R D1 N G.?ONE LARGE FRONT ROOM handsomely furnished, wi ll an adjoining one, suitable for a family. Also, several single rooms, larger than ate generally appropriated to gentlemen, can be nad on reasonable terms by application to No 3 Union Row, on P, between 6tli and 7th sts. The situation is central, and healihy for the ap proaching season of spring and summer. ap5?lw* OEVERAL GENTLEMEN CAN BE ACCOM-1 modeled with rooms and board, at No. 458 Twelfth street, between G aad H streets, ap 9?2w* ' "" LIME, PLASTKK, . (CEMENT, HAIR, kc.?Just opened two large I j kilns of splendid wood burnt Lime.?A. kL.P HOOVER have this day entered into co-partner ?hip; aad, having made st veral additions to their fine kilos, are now manafacturiog from 800 to 1,000 barrels of the beet wood burnt Lirue per wr~* 1 which will be sold at the lowest market prices. . Also, constantly on hand a large quantity of the finest PLASTER, CEMENT aad HAIR to be found in this city. All those who are in want of these articles will certainly find it to their advantage to give them a call. A. It L P. HOOVER. j Potomac Lime Kilns, 97th street, ?w sqtiai* south low* bridge, iter Oeot'a. ?y O. W. BOTBLBB. Ametleeeeri Extensive bale of cm property by Catalogue, at Auction?The subscriber do aires to call the ideation or those having city prop erty to dispose of, that be m bow preperiag a cata logue descriptive of each pieqp of property to be of fered at Auction, on or about tbe 9Sth ia?tant. It m his intention to advertwe the snle extensively in ?U tbe city paper*, and alto to give general circulation of the catalogue, which will doubtless have the ef fect of bringing together a large number of capital ists desirous or Baiting invest menu. Persons wishing to sell will please hand in by the 15th instant, a deacription containing number of the Bqiire and lot. front and depth, and, if improved, the character of the improvement*. The charges of offering will be made moderate. C. W. BOTELER, up a -eotlfith Auctioneer, Iron Hall By J. C. NcOCIRE, A?ettMMr. EXECUTOR'S SALE OP VERY VALUABLE Improved Real Estate.?On MONDAY after noon, April Hkh, at o'clock, on the premiss the subscriber, aa executor of the lite Chas. B. Da via, will aell at puLltc auction, the west half of Lot No. 5, ia square No. 377, fronting about 3 i feet on E street north, between Mb and 10th street* we?t, running back about ISO feet to a 30 foot alley, with the improvements, consisting of a two story Brick Dwelling House and bark building, containing 19 fooms, with a small brick office adjoining. This property is handsomely located within a few minutes' walk of the Post Office. Patent Olhce, th* Avenue, and Centre MafYet, and ia very desirable as a private r*>Mtdence. Immediately alter the above, I shall sell, on tb* premises, Lot No. 4, in Square 10.r>, fronting about 95 feet on II street north, between 18th and 19th ?ts. west, running hark loO feet 9 inches to a wide alley improved by a substantial two-story br ok dwelling House and back buildm*. This property bas a good paved side allfy, in adtition to tbe rear alley Terms: One>ha!fca*h ; balance ia six and twelve monihs, for notes Iteming interest s?cu;ed by a deed of trust on the premises. GEO. A DAVIS. Executor. J AS. C McGUIRE, mar 90?9a*fcds Auctioneer. By J? C. McOUIBB, Aaattoasar RE AT SALE OF SUPERIOR CABINET PUR VJT niture and House Furnishing Goods, by rid *r of the Orphans' Conn.?Ou TUESDAY morning, Apri' 17th, at 10 o'clock, (and continuinc fr< m day to day until the whole is disposed of.) I shall sell, at the extensive Warerooms of the late John D. Brown, known as the "Apollo Hall" building, nil his large and valuable stock of Cabinet Furniture, comprising? Suites of elegantly carved Parlor Furniture, in rose wood, walnut, and mahogany, covered with broca elle<-, plush, damask and hair cloth Richly-carved marble-top Dressing Bureaus, Cen tre, 8nfa, and Pier Tables, 8ideboards, Beau feu, Washstands, Cabinets, he., of every de scription and stjle Elegant Wardrobes, Dresaing Tables, Etage res, La dle*' Writing Cabinets, Secretary, and Book cases. Music Stands, Fancy Tables, What NoU, Writing Deafcs, arm aad parlor Chairs, Rockers, Sofas, Tele a-Tetes, extension, din ing, break fkst, and refreshment Tables, he., beautifully finished, in the variow woods of every conceivable style and value Gilt, rosewood) walnut,and mahogany-framed Look ing glasses, of every description Counting house, ofHcc, and parlor Writing-Desks, of the most approved patterns, from a cele brated manufacturer in Philadelphia High post, French, Italian, Jenny Lind, and Cottage Bedsteads, of all the various patterns Superior eurlcd hail, spring, and husk Mattresses Very large assortment of Lounges, cane-seat and hack Rockers, oflicc, dining, and chamber Chairs Handsome gotbie, reception,hall,and fancy Chairs, in large quantities fenamt lied Cottage Saftra, Sofa Bedsteads Extensive assortment of plain Faniiture, compri* i*i Bureaus, Wardrobes. Bedsteads. Tables Washttar.ds, Cribs, Crallee. Towel Stands What Not*, he., of walnut and mahogany Also, a large quantity China and Glassware, Clocks, Prickets, Tubs, Dusters, Clothes Horses, Flour and Ftfcc Boxes. Baskets, Door Mate, he Excellent Iron Sale, Often Desk and Fixtures', Fur niture Car, lie. Together with the lease of the !m.1ding, which is beireved to be one of the best locations for ti?e house furnishing business in the city. Terms: $5?) and under ca>h ; over that sum and under $100 a credit of sixty and ninety daja; snd all sums over $100 a credit of on?, two, and four months, for satisfactorily endorsed notes, bearing interest. I*. S. The attention of the trade in this and the neighboring cities is specially cailtd to the sale of I this slock, which is probably the largest and best se lected south of New York Every facility possible will be afforded for pack ing and kvwarding goods purchased at tbe sale. By order of the Admini-trator. J AS. C. McGUIRE, spr 9? Auctioneer. Bjr J. C. BsODIRE, AacllM??r. VALUABLE THREE 8TORY BRICK HOUSE, | Carriage House and Lot on 7th street for sale at Atictien ?The owner being about to remove from the city, wiH sell, on THURSDAY, the ltih day April nexf, at 5 O'cfock p. m., the dwelling house be now occupies, sitnmcd on "th street west, between M and N streets north, and being num bered 9S6 The house contains nine rooms and an entry. The main building is 19 by *34 feet, with ceilings 10 fiet high in the two lowest rooms, and feet in the upper story. The back building is of I brick, 14 by 19 feet with a brick paved Cellar, back of this is a shed suitable for keeping fuel, washing, I he. At the rear of the lot is a good stable and car riage house, with paved alley. The front of the house is of pressed brick, and it has a neat paliug fence enclosing a small yard in front. The house is new and well supplied with closets and every con fortable It is in a r-pidly improving part of the cny and is worthy the attention of purchasers, as it must be sold. Title perfect. Terms : One-fourth caah j the balance in 6,19, j and 18 months, with interest from the dae of sale. A deed given and a deed of trust taken. If the terma of sale are not complied with within three days from the day of sale, the property will be again sold at 'he risk and erst of the first purchaser. "Hie property may be examined any day previous to the sale. JAS. C. McGUIRE, ap 5?d Auctioneer. By C. HeOUIRE, Aaetloacsr. Large baleof furniture, household Effects and Bar room Fixtures.?On MONDAY morning, April 16ih, at 10 o'clock, at the Mount Pleasnnt Hotel, corner of north A street and Dela ware avenue, the subscriber will sell, by virtue of a deed o1* tiust duly rrcorded among the land records for Washington county, all the Furniture and Ef fects comprising? Two tuahoginy hair spring Sofas, three Rockers 18 mahogany sprins seatChair3 Marble top Centre Tables Secretary and Bookcase Gilt frame Mirrors. 10 mahogany frame Glasses 3-ply and inirain Carpets, Oileloth Mahogany dressing Bureaus, Wardrobes 9 mahogany French Bedsteads 19 maple patent Bedsteads 12 Wa-^hsiaud* 12 superior curled bail'Mattresses 20 hu>k Mattresses, Bolsters and Pillows Blankets. Counterpanes, Toilet Sets Cane and wood seat Chairs Dining Tables, Window Shades China and Glassware, Cutlety Cook Stove, Kitchen Range and Fixtures Bar and Fixtures, he. Together with a general assortment of Kitchen Utensils Terms: All sums of and under $95 cash ; over $*2 > a creilii of 2 and 4 monihs, for notes satisfactorily endorsed hearing interest. THOS J FISHER, Trustee. JAMES C. McGUIRE, apr 15?d Auctioneer. ? B STONE!STONE!! STONE!!. UILDERS, Contractors, and other* are hereby notified that Curb. Plae, Coping and Buiiding STONES. Also, STONE-STEPS, SILLS, he., will he furnished as from those well-known quarries owned hy W. D. C. Mardoek. and worked until recently by the late Timothy O'Neale and his brother. For prices and terms apply to the sub scriber at No. 6T K ?treet,and ft J. Van Riswick's lumber yard, Sevsnth street bridge, Wnsliineio.i. WM. COLLINS, ap 3?9m* Agent for the Proprietor. BONNETS?BONNETS. MISS S. J. THOMPSON is now prepared to lurnish Bonnets ot ever description at mode rate prices, and is constantly making additions to our already large and complete assortment. Ladies about purchasing would do well to call and exam ine our flock, as we are sure they cannot fail to be suited as regarda either style, quality, or price. Our stock ol Gloves, Hosiery aad Fancy Goods m \ complete and worthy of attention alao. couip * a h(^|IIW80N h MUNRO, 310 Pa. avs., betw. 9th and 10th ats. ap6?6t ATTENTION, OLD SOLDIERS. ALL my old friends for whom I obtained Bounty Land in lesa quantities than 1C0 acres are hereby informed that their names and a memoran dum of their time ia on my Book, so that their de claraiiiHn for additional Bounty Ln?4 can b? MM with Iheility. Many of tbo?e who failed to obtain land for want of time, are entitled to 160 acres and can obtain the same by calling on me. Ordinary Seamen, Martaca, Clarke, WHVN) vriM.M?y ? ^ 9 is men, (of the Navy) Wagon M astern, Team, i, ho., he., in aay war, wiU tad it t* their ad vantage to call or aead their cases to me. Adviee gratia to those soldiers, seamen and wid ows who are unable to pay. Refer ta aay honast maa ia Wi JOHN D. Ageat, No. lit Twelfth stmt i TELEGRAPHIC. mtoktkp mi rag DAILY EVENING- BTAP. ' ? " ? ?* Liquor Bill Fecalled Bosron, AniL 10.?The Senate bars rt cal led the Licqor BUI from the office of the Store tary of State, in oonse<fience of an an;tod m?nt mad* to it by the Chairman cf the Com mittee, unknown to the Sera?*. Departu-e of a Steamer, 4Lc Boston, April 11 -Th. Asia sa,ieH to 4. j for Liverpool vie Ilalifw, wi:h 159 ' gars lortho former ami 8 for the Utter ror , and $90,000 in speee It is alternately wowing ?nd ra.nirg her* Ma;. How Orloana MarVet Niw OlLBAai, April 9.?Cottca deMincl ft 16th on rooeipt of tho Baltis's tew? tit t: - San Ij Hcok telegraph : sales of 4 000 baie.?. Before the ?ew? the market was i. m with an apward tendency. The receipts of cotton at all Scnthorn porta are thna far leu than those of last for the tame period by 5ft5,W0 ba!w. ?i % Baltimore Markets. Baltivorb, April 11-The matket. are ??.i'w u1?* ll*ht. faOT?r aci fi llers bold back for ateamefS newt. F.our-s r - WO bbl.. Cit, Mill, u $10, no r." il x ard etreat ne ed Wheat ia h-gl?er: e- ea c **k-? ? t?S%2 W? whiU ** &0**2 Cot a? white at 94a96c.; yellow, 100alu2:. The How City Oororam?nt CiHciNHATi, April 9.?The new city pcverc. ment waa organited and went into opera ion to-day. Mayor Farran announced, in hinin augural addresa. his determination to c: L. ce the city ordinances. Hew York Stcck Market. Niw York. April 11 ?Stocks are be't r Moner is plentiful. Sales at the first b^ari of Cleveland and Toledo Kail road. 7.. ; Ci't n Company, 27i; Reading Railroad ?6.; Can berland Goal Company, 30; New York Ce. tr 1 Railroad, 94; Mia-ouri 6*s, 93i; Virginia 6 e, 96|; Tennessee 6's, 94i. Hew York Markets Hiw York, April II ?Cotton ia unohangeI with a moderate demand at previous ra-e Southern Ui firm at yeeterday'a rates; s-le f 790 bbis. Wheat?sales of southern wbi! t 1,65 a 2,70. Corn ia easier but not quotabiy lower; sales of 20 000 bushels. For* is a, . ward and firm Beef i? unchanged Wbisk y is lower; Ohio at 34 a 34* eta per gallon t^The salary of the canal collector at Utioa haa been reduced |100, and tLai o; the oolleotor at Rome raised $100?puttiu-f the two on an equali'y?f 70? each lJy *h.* action of the canal board, ail>man h . lee fqual to a Uticao Wo Mipp0r6 will be Utica and not Rome whi;h w J*. '^o .tl this time.? Rocketter Advtrliter. 'Counterfeit notea are in circular n, purporting to be from the Merchants' and He ohanica Bank, Wheeling, anJ $10 notes of Exchange Bank of Pittsburg altered to SjJ are ia circulation. The New York Sun says : In fiuaici.? and mercantile circles there is great o*u' t,.u obserred, and almost a total absence of epic ulation Money is plenty for ?:r unet,a operations. VISITS TO EUROPEAN CLI ,v Pr Sprague, .$! English, past aod present, bjr R. C. \ i author of "The Siudy of W..r.| Treatise on English punctuation, by Wi' edition, enlarged, 12 mn ?| Ashton Cottage, or the Tru* Pauh. Illu tra?, 1 t " Hope Campbell, or Know Thyself, l.v "Cwi. Kat?" Catholic and Protesunt Nations cot'ipait-d n relations to WealOi, Knowledec and f. Bjr Rev. N. Rous^ii. hiiJi an introdncti'iii y the Re*. Bapuste .Vo^l, of J,on Jon. 1 vol Bisns of the Times, pasi axid present, by l)r. Cu:.? mmg * The Daily Life, or precepts and preocriptinn* f Christian Ltvn,, by Juo. C'uuiuing IM? . - Cumniing's Scripture Keailinfsi, viz. Ct iiP i-, [; v ? du?, LeTiticw, Matthew, mid Mark; eaci? 7 Memoirs of John Frederick Obertiu, 4;>c Harper's Story Rooks, Rs.1, PimI, ? . ', ? sophy ot Trick* Rod M;-^iii?-t. s-.Ni| 4,o.. , J p.,25c. GRAY & BAI.f.ASfr\rl, ap 9? 49* h > SPRIN? STYLE STRAW BONNETS. H\t and Flats, Flowers and Ribbons ??? ^ ? description, seleeted i?i;h great care, togeth r^s.'. witli every va'i- ty of Millinery # >od!-: air>, ? > good assortment of Fiincy Goods, P? n'unt-rv. <; \ .. Hosiery. Ail of which wilj be sold 1 m i. r . Silk, Lace, Blond, Crape, and Lawn II it , r i made as made h ordtr at tlie sh?it-?! n lice, an ! .> the latest Paris-ian nyle. S raw Bonnet* sod !1 t. bleached. Fore ale, a new etof Flittitii and* r..ui> ing machines. \VM P. SHE!>i?, ap9?eo3t fOr^n] 502 EI? V( ntli ?tr*?:. M4NTUA MAKING. MIj?S MARGARET liVI.II rtffrti'ullpi.'io . . ces to Uie ladies of Waslii-.g ii vi that she has just re turne d to Wui-liinguj?, si. tends to resume her former butua-v, auU. ? tlie patronage ot her former fiic <J- Xa. 921 I' avenue, between Fourt'-enUi and riftccn'b ^t.-. ap 9?2nw3w* Man servant to hire?a yocn<; m a v. a slave, of most excellent charadt i , u tr:ous and faithful, accustomed to aet a- but - <? r vant, wi!i be. hir?:d as eueh. Me w mid be q?j i competent to take charge of a horse an i cin < having been raised in the country, ami being t.<ii - tar with horses. Enquireat No. 4?9 T?atli?tr> west side, between I) and E etf. ap 9? FISHING TACKLE. ?Tfy"E have just openeJ our first invoice for '! c ff seaMii, i-mbmcing? Fine and low priced Rods, Ret Is, Lines Hooks, Hooks on ?ut and Wire G nip Swivels, Floats, Minnow Nets, kc. To which we invite the attention of Anrlcr--. E. TUCK KR < u.. S5 3 Pa. avenue, nearly opp. Br ivvi.s'. ip 7?eoCk PARASOLS. 130 very rich and chrap P^ra-ols, all c l?;r? S'raw Boun?*t? and .YIi?ree'FluU>, great v;.r, n Rich Bonnets and Ribband* 180 dozen L iner. cambric Ilandkerchie's in hn< r b??x?Sj at fl 50 per dozen; we th;n!: a t ? I bargain Embroidered ami Clear Lawn Ilmak<-rcl.ict gnat variety .100 yards Swiss ICdeine, lie., worth 2.V. */ dozen black Net Mitts, from 50 ceir? up. very cheap 25 dozen best French Kid Gloves, alf shades My stock is large and well assorted, and pur chased at tlie very lowe.t prices. Customers w II be pleased to fivor me with a c >:i and they shall be attentively shown through i?, ai.J the goods offer- d at a small advance * WM. R. RILEV. Corner bth st, opp. Centre Market. mar 31?lm M WILLIAM. LABI!8' DE?8? AND TEIUMIMQ STOn^ Pa avenue, beiwet^i Seventh a..d Cigbtii vtreet . M WILLI AN would respectfully aaaovnee # the Ladies ot Wasninpton that be has jiM received from the Nortlieru elucs a complete mi-iA of GOODS, among which may be found? New style French Drew Trimmings Fiae French Flowers and Riband A large lot of Bonnets, in silk, scrape, and sLaw.of the latest patten.* And an excellent assortment of handsome Embroi deries of all kinds. DrBasra made in the late*t Paris fashions at rea sonable rates. Piaking and Fluting, and Kid Gloves cleaned. mar 31?eolw DR. D. HtPARLAWi JL -M- ? * f OSes?No. 332 Pennsyl^an a avenu?t near Nuith street, Washington, D. C. lm* * CLOTH SCOURER AND WASHER. Mft*( ? aKlLLla U will chan, in the best manner, Merino l>te*s? s, Shawls, and lm Garments ol every deecr.ption lor ladies and gentlemen, sad would also take ,u washing. between Nos 373 and 377, Third Mreet Maryland avenue and C st, CapiM Ji-eo6t?

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