Newspaper of Evening Star, April 12, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 12, 1855 Page 3
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Local Intelligence. Dramatic Kkj uisiktatiok at -.-^-ttKT0WJI. College?One of tbe most Ev* '1 ??d ?gr?eable amusements of the J-aster holidays in which it hu been oor gccd fortune to participate was that afforded on 1 need ay afternoon by the I>Tainatic Associa tion of Georgetown College-an association composed of some of the students of that vm erable institution. Many ladies and gentle me? were present by invitation, the reverent clergy and students of the college alio sharing the innocent enjovments of tho occasion. The large exhibition hall was crowded to it? ut most capacity, presenting a very brilliant ar d beautiful scene. Among the distinguished parsonages present we observed Rev C H StODe.tre^t, Father Provincial S J pev' Bernard Maguire President of the Colle'e T>pVT f?" ??>ne,an forn>?r?7 of this city ! Dimitry \he plays sV Th?Performance were "Richard III." JmlttJ Qo.,d?n Fanner"?such parts being lSs^ln'd ?"8- i pr?Z? off?MiT? t0 " po t[M characters being also dn ? a. characters in both pieces were admirably sustained throughout, and the fnT?iMIK aft,or8Pm*de " decided hits," elicit l?f_\ m?*t de*f?ning plaudits. Mr. Harney r6C,eM ?r*daat?.) ?ho appeared of RsThlL ..MSUmed tb? Character S?ii hV J?*"7 Perf?nned his part ? JIS C??Cep^??s wer? Cq? bis d eclair a thJMiTn'' ^,8 go?turea gracefu'. In wl hu.r;tin? truly faultless ? tT V *? pa,d a " ro?nd half" for the privilege of witnessing a meaner person ifica tion of the " Crook d-baek Tvrant " Mr gSli 6mitp ai1 R5chmond, Mr A. D. Lough, ^rough as Buckingham, Mr James R Rla. v a?, Adolphe iiuguet as Cates N^rf Ch?!8 ? Kenn?y M ^e Duke of Norfolk, were all excellent, and deserve espe cial commendation. In the after-piece, Mr. C. B. Kennsy. as the Old Mnhh^VL *t ,Jam? K Randall as Old Mobb, and Mr. Jules H Choppiu, as Old Mr Harvey, were exceedingly good ; but Mr James D. Dougherty, as Jemmy Twitcber" was inimitable, and kept the hou<e in roars of thI*Phlih.Jf Orchestra was composed of !h! ^,,hta.rmonf,cT>'*>ciety of the college, uuder S ? ??{9mor p U Daunas. ani dispensed exquuita music. A very beautiful bJ ??'n "l0' Ca;"j So"o,ti!ch7MnpoMd by Mr. Daunas, and dedicated to the George town Cadets, (a fine oompany of College stu th? choic? collection of ?*** w *hich the audienco was favored The stage management, we should not omit to state. was under the direction of our old school-mate and friend, tbe Rev Charles . 0 P?ffonn?d his part to perfection. Take it all in all, the dramatic representa tion at Georgetown College, was really a beau ttiul, interesting, cheering, brilliant enter tainment, highly creditable to all concern-d ? " 1 "??o ?UkM ? Attempted Suicide ?Last night, a black mao, E.?:udd Henry Kobixi^on, mad? an at tempt upon his own life With a razor or knife, he inflicted a deep wound on his fore head, aa u to cut off a part only of his he*!: but the instrument was either not sharp enough, or tbe man had not strength to effect his purpose in that way He then tried lh? edge of the steel on his throat, which yielded to the pressure, and a horrible gash was in ed?the blood flowing freely He had pre. vious.v threatened to kill the members of his household, who. taking advantage of hs weak ness from loss of blood, tied his hands; and, ear.y this morning, they gent for officer Aquilla K. Allen, who conveyed the unfortunate man to jail for proper surgical treatment, as well as for personal safety. The man was, doubtless, undrr the influence of strong drink lie bad said, when he tbieat eaed his family with death, that he did not know what had so influenced him. but, never theless he was compelled, by some power in explicable to him?but which, we conceive New Market-Hocse asd New Hodse ?The bids for building a new market, house id the First Ward and a new house for the Northern Liberties Fire Company, iQ the northern part of the cuy. have been opened by tie respective committees of the Councils appointed for that purpose, and the ta k of examining the details or specimens of the proposals submitted to sub-committees, in or thi^tlOrr,'* 0Djb? 1)081 having in view the staoility and convenience of the proposed structures as well as he pecuniary features of the transaction We learn that eight r lans and estimates have been submitted for the market h ?use, and as many for the enrine house. all by different person*. There was ap propriated for the first named tho sum of $10,000, and for the latter lo.OOO. The bids generally reach tho?e amounts, and perhaps several of them exceed that eum. Several days must necessarily before tbe result is made Known , The Ball of the Scott Gcauds, it should be remembered, takes place this evening, at Car us i s baloon. They who have seen this juvenile eorps on parade have been much pleased witb the military evolutions, and generally, soldier like bearing of its members' But they want new arms, and, therefore, resort to the expedient of giving a ball to aid them ih^r^r?^T.rorhsfcTs: Toung gentlemen oncerned in getting up the ?! haT*>l5?|n?d '-very nerve to make it agree able, and their exertioas will, doubtless, be crowned with ooraplete success. There will surely be a large number of the most beauti ful and fascinating young ladies in Waihin*. ton in attendance, and many gallant ropre * ?or volunteer companies. It will not do for any one who enjoys such enter tainments to fail to be there. The Brothers GLA.iT/.-It will be recol-i lected that, several months ago, two brothers (Germans) were arrested in this city for an assault on Mr Edward Duvall, living near Bladensburg, on whioh occasion, the younger, a boy, shot that gentleman, on whose premises lfcey had encroached, during their gunning operations They were, on Tuesday and Wed nesuay, tried at Marlboro', Maryland, on the charge?the boy for attempting to take Mr. I>3v i.i i life, and his brother for being acces sory the crime The former was arraigned before a jury, and the latter submitted his 4Me to tbe eourt. They were both acquitted, it Veing very clear that they acted wholly in self defence Arrest aid Dismissal ?The boy whom it was said set fire to Mr. Wood's stable on Tues w*9 arrested by officer Boss and watch man Lckloff; but the ladies aod tbe gentle-1 man living in the house where tbe bov was employed were willing to swear that he had not been out of the house for some time pre vious to tbe fire, which contradicted the state ment of the youth who said be saw him apply tbe match to she stable. This would prove an alibi, so tbe officer released the boy from ous tody The gentleman remarked, however, that he would in no way shield the accused if any i thing should occur to implicate the servant in tbe crime. - ? ? ? f Revise with tie Ma. bines ?Recently we have noticed minors ruining near the ap paratus while on its way through the street*, while a few men were pulling at the ropes ^oungste's, doubtless would be glad ot an opportunity to help their seniors, but the law *? them in this respect, and subjects them to tbe payment of a fine. Tbey, how ever, seem to be well pleased with the ex'ite *?.nt attending either a true or a false alarm f?* ?x?lb't as much promptness and impa tience in reaching biasing scenes as the most ardent patriot does when he rushes, in time of invasion, to bis country s standard. Block for the Moecmest ?There ha? beeb received at the Washington Monument grounds a block of granite from American cit izens ia China. It bears an inscription, which cannot be read by tbe natives of this country although it is presumed to be appropriate The words are in the Chinese character Ball ?'ibe members of the Western Hose Company, No 1, contemplate giving a ball on the night of the 2?th of this month, at tbe Washington Assembly Rooms There is no doubt but tbat it will equal any that has preceded it Lbia season whkjh^U 4dd,(^d th?n in the joy with I thes^T* 3S? T?*l *" U #T?,h*iI*d- ??<! n r?4 J^T - y h*r* met with. The I waf Ailed last ni?ht with I I with ? aa.d,ei*e ?nd if? wall, never echoed ' ra/ 11 mlrth ??* Uofhtor then I Th.rnU^t A1 0Qr ?'Mtr?1 Wen}, created, in J?rt ?! Alex*ndria this evening return f >L?~r ?lly*M,B? ?ivin? two Unwell per onTw-n ?n ??pd?J end Tuesday nights at , . , ? when they will positively depart for the South. Archmshop Hcgrks arrived in Georgetown yw erday, having been invited from New York for the express purpoee of baptising Mite Poe, of our sistor eity, a pupil of the Catholie con vent, which service took place thi? morning in the presence of her parents and family and [1 *e" friends. It is said the oeremony was I performed in the most interesting and impres ?iTe manner; all the decorations, 4c made use of on the occasion being of a gorgeous de | eonption, the mosic delightful, and the dis burse of the Archbishop highly appropriate The Archbishop was the guest of Mr. Pee H aving pe-formed the oeremony, and paid so cial but hurried visits to his friends in the two cities, he h?s returned to his labors at home. The People's Theatre -Miag Wyetto and : A*J'or attract good audiences by their artistic im perf or a'ions, and are ably sup !iby Tayleure Whalley. Weaver, Mrs. Atwood and Miss Tyson fhe latter young lady is destined, with study and application, to attain a position in the front rank of our native artists?a pretty and expressive face, a beautifully modulated voioe, a graceful car nage, and the pbysioal essentials of suooes*. which needs but the inspiring breath of arabi tion to *shieve To night, l>inaro will be presented, Miss Wyete sustaining the charae. tar of Elvira, and Mr. Taylor that of Rolla The entertainment concludes with thefunnv farce of the Omnibus. MusicalThe musical depot of Hilbua A Hits, in the Star Buildings, is the resort of many of our abiest musicians, and frequently a free concert is given there On Monday af 1 ternoon, quite a company assembled to hear the perloruiances of Ahrend, the violincellijt of the Kunkel Troupe, assisted by M ile De Boye The auditors present were all amateurs and professors aid were delighted at thercn doring of Mendelssohn. the performance of the selection from "Lucia," Ac. On yesterday, a" number of listeners were delighted by the per formance of a number of selections from -bonaambula," -Belisari,," As., by Prof. Scheel and Mr. Ahrend. Those social meet ings at llilbus A Jinx's show that our city is becoming the residence of some able musical amiteurs and professors. Willari>'8 Hotbl.?We notice that the Messrs Willardare making extensive prepa rations to accommodate their already large and increasing patronage from the traveling pub lic. Oniy a few months ago they made exten sivei alterations and addi'.ioni to their present building; but yet it is not large enough ; and this week they have commenced the demolish ing of a part of the old Mansion House with the view of building in its place a wing, to be attached to their establishment, which they hope to have ready for occupancy by next winter. Ihese alterations are certainly indi cations that they are doing a good business, especially at this season of the year. Concert at the Navy-Yard -?The Wash ington Glee Club, assisted by several well known amateurs, announce a concert at Odd fellows Hall, Navy Yard, on Friday night, for the benefit ot the Baptist church of that secjton, (Kev. Dr Cole's ) The object itself will doubtless enlist the sympathies of our triends in that quarter, apart from the h^h character of the music selected, and the favor wirh which this club has heretofore been re ceived. The Orphans ?The proprietors of Stan ley a beautiful and universally admired pano rama of the Western Wilds, generously in tends to apply the proceeds of to-night's exhibition, at Odd Fellows' Hall, for the ben efit of St. Vincents Orphan Asylum; and to-morrow night the avails are to be given to the 1 rotes tant Orphan Asylum. As to the former, five hundred tickets have already been sord There will be an afternoon's exhibition both to-day and to morrow, commencing at half past three o'clock. A Smash?Yesterday afternoon, a number ot horses attached to buggv wagons, standing m Louisiana avenue near Seventh street be came frightened by tho wind. One of them belonging to Officer Cox, ran ofT at a fearful rate, takiog a short curve toward Pennsylva nia avenue, bringing the buggy violently against a lamp post. Here the vehicle be came detached, and the horse ran in the direc tion of the Capitol, the wind whistling him on m Lis escapade Tho damage sustained was to the buggy, a ?haft of which was snapped it is at all nines dangerous to allow horses to stand in the streets unsecured. k A DRIVE ?k*st night, a marine, who had become exhiierated by frequent imbib ing of alcoholic stimulants, a&d wishing to vary hu performance of ?ground and lofty tumbling.' determined to take a ride Ac cording If, he took charge of a hack, the driver of which was absent, and began to enjoy his fua. ila was finally arrested and taken to the guard-house. This morning, after paying for tee use of the coach, and receiving a kind and appropriate lecture, he was discharged. ^atkr . Water.?There are maDy com plaints from various sections of the fceventh Hard about the scaroity of water, as many of the pumps are dry fhe officers who have charge of the interest of the residents of the w *rd should pay prompt attention to this mat ter. A plentiful supply of good water is a great blessing. Easter Partt.?-On Monday evening ra splendid easter party was given by Mirs Ho gau to her pupils. It was one of the most brilliant of the season, for youth lent the grace of Adding charms and ohildhood inno cent treahnwa The rooms were handsomely decorated; and the festivities, including danoing, were continued until midnight. Water Color Pictures ?Messrs Taylor A Maury, at the suggestion of many of our citizens, will raffle the wa'er-oolor pictures, n?w on exhibition at their store, in sixty chances, at $5 per ohance?thero beisg eleven prises. Mbthodist E. Church South?We learn the services at this ehuroh last evening were very interesting, and that the Rev Mr Coul ing will preach there again this evening at 8 o'clock Watch I&eturss.?Francos Penny, oolorod, profanity, workhouse sixty days. She is an old acquaintance of the officers, is but in her teens, and recently from the; iW-tentiary. John Mocine, breach of the peace, security; Chas MoCarty, using a man's ooach without permission, dismissed after paying for the time he had it It is singular that while Louis Napoleon, Lord Lyndhulbt and the London Times are stoutly oppotivg the admission of Prussia to the deliberations of the Vienna conference, the original maker of the war, Turkey, should be ordering its ambassador at this conference to dimmed Pruttia * participation til thtm ! DIKD. On tilt morning of die lOlli instint, JOHN Mc GLUE, of consumption, in the 40th year of hi* av On Wednesday evening, at yjf o'clock, of Pneu monia, CHAS. 8. TURNER, in the 2&J year of hu age. His friend* and acquaintances arc requested to attend hia funeral from the residence of Uobert VV. Smoot, Vrirfge street, Georgetown, to-morrow (I ri dajr afternoon, at 4 o'clock. * i IIIH 159 TO OIVR NOTICK that the { subscriber hath obtained from the Or^haa's Court of Waahington County, in the District of C?> lombia, letter* testamentary on the personal estate of James M Dnvis, late ot Washington county, de ceased. All perrons having claims against the saij deceased, are hereby wanted ro exhibit the samf, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, on or befoir she 97th day of March next; they may other wise by law be excluded from all benefit oft he ?aid estate. Given under my liauU Uuaiibth day ol March, IBji. JOSEPH INK DAVIS, mat HI?Th3w Executrix. For Bale and s ont. T?OR rent-^'W<w?tory brick house _T wiib back building, elfgiblv located in the First Ward. Apply to V J. G. C. KENNEDY, Over Washington City Savings Bank. up 18?fo3t Dwelling house for rE.nt.?the Dwelling House on Pa. avenue, n?T iSii.' 8t*; If 0.403, over Keller It McKenny'g Banking House, is now for rent, being near two hotels, and also ilie departments and public offices, makes it a desirable location for the purpose ot renting the rooms to a profitable advantage. Apply to - O. E. P. HAZARD, ap 11?St* on the premises. FM/RNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.?FOUR neatly furnished rooms for rent in a healthy and pl? part of the Island. Price, $5 per month. Apply at 380 Virginia avenue, between 9.h and 10th streets. M. A. AIKEN. M. A. Aiken has commenced the Dress making business, on the Island, 386 Vijginia avenue, be tween 9th and 10th sts. ap 10?3t* F'OR BALE.?TWO NEW THREE STORY Frame Houses, fronting 26 feel, and containing seven rooms each The houses are situated three squares north or the State Department, The prsp erty will be sold low, and accommodating terms. Apply 'o J. T. MARR, ap 10? it* No. 431 New Yo/k avenue. I?OR RENT?^feVERAL HANDSOME PAR lors and Chambers, Willi board. Also, Table and transient board. Inquire at Mrs. SMITH'S, 333 F street ap9 Rents reduced to suit the times. $150 a year will be received for the rent of those new and convenient cottnges at Kendall Green, with two acres of ground, stable, wood shed and other conveniences attached. Pnmps ot pure witcr ar<" near the door, and ^ominuiucat on is had wit'i Georgetown by way of H and Sevi nth streets and Pern. Avenue, morning and afternoon, at the usual fare, for the accommodation of clerks in the departments. To secure the advantage of this great reduction of rent immediate application must be made to the undersigned, either by letter, or at bis 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 terms. WM STICKNEY, No 4, Kendall Green. N. B.?Rent* paid quarterly in advance. apr 9,1*55?tf^ VALUABLE BUILDING LOT AND STONE Foundation for sale at a veiy great sacrifice for cash or short credit, beautifully located on 3d st., near the Cifv Hail, beinc a part of Lot 15, Square 5 33, having a front of 26 feet and 93 feet 3 inches deep,and has the privilege of a brick wall adjoin itig. Apply to E K LUNDY. No. 138 Bridge street, Georgetown, 1). C. ap 6?If For rent.-four new ani? conveni ent Brick Houses, brown mastic k fronts, con taiaing parlors with marble mantels, dining room, kitchen, servant's room, and five chambers each, and Mtuatej on Thirteenth street, Island, near the public grounds, convenient to Pa. avunue and die Departments. Rent very moderate. Apply at R 51. CLARKE'S office, corner of Sixth street a id Eouisiana avenue, or at D. B. CLARKE'S Drug Store, Eleventh street, Island. mar 6?eoif Building lots for sale.?a variet? of Building Lots in the vicinity of the City Hall. Also, in all other parts of the city, on accommodat iug terms. Enquire at Mrs. ADAMS' Boarding House, opposite to Browns' Hotel, to be seen trmn H to 9 a in, or 3 to 4 p m. Also, an address through tlie Post Office will receive attention. mar5-eogm DAVID MYERLE. FOR SALiJ OR RENT.?A three-siory Frame, with basement, on New Yora avenue, between 4th and ftih sts. west. A three-story Frame, with back building, on I st. north, between 4tli and 5th sts. west. Apply for the two last mentioned to JAME3 W. BARKER, on II si reel north, between 12th and 13Ui j sts. west. Also a two-story Frame, with back building, on Montgomery street, Georgetown. DICKSON & KING, fel? 7?eotf Georce own. 'lMIIRTY ONE BUILDING SITE*. CONTAIN X mg about five acres each, on a credit of 10 years | within twenty-five minutes ride of the City Post Of fice for sale, lyinc between Washington and Ma-1 deasburg, distant from the central portion of the I city trom 2},$ to 3^ miles. The tract presents aj front on three public ro^ds, is in a food neighbor hood and rapidly improving section of the c">uirry. We will sell the above lots on a eredit of 10 years and on such terms as we are sure will insure to the purchaser an easy mode of payment. On ninny of the above lots there are fine groves of oak trees, of I the onginal growth, and also some fine Spring* of | water. We offer these lots to residents of Washington,! who would reside in the country and at the same j time he able to attend to businrss ui the city. Also, a tract of good land adjoining the sam* I of abo:it thirty-five acres, improved by a good dwel ling house; Las on it a fine spring and spring bou<e, | two groves of large oak wood , and U well fenced. For the above either improved or unimproved city | property will be taken in exchange at a fair valua tion. For lithographic plats of the ground and further I explanations of the terms of sale inquire of JNO. B. KIBBEY, No 4 Columbia Place, Corner 7th street and Louisiana avenue, mar 21?eol2t ALU ABLE KRAL ESTATE FOR SALE? I The block of buildings known a- the "Union B-nldings," and ii'.vvoccup ed by the Union news Kper establishment. They are situated on L street I tween 13th and 14th streets, and fronting directly on Pennsylvahia avenue. The lot is 70 feet front ty I 159 feet deep. The property is susceptible of divis ion and re arrangement, and its positi n such as must rank it among the best business stands on the avenue, and is yearly increasing in value. The I time of the present Ussee expires on the lrt Septem- | ber next, on which day posses-ion may be had. Also, that large thret-story Brick House on 17th I street west, (opi?o?ite the War Office and three door?- ] south of G stre t.) Also, that three story House on 17th street west, I next door to the Government Building, at the | of F and 17th streets. Should the ab >ve property not be soi l at piivnte sale prior to the 15th of May, it will be sold on that dav at public auction. Term# will be made favorable t? the purchaser. App'y to CH. H. WINDER, Corner of Seventeenth and G streets, mar 19?2awt VI ay 15 For rent-three new frame houses,] containing six rooms, each situated on Pierce street, between L and M streets, being but four squares from the Railroad Depot; would inake good residences. Rent moderate. Apply to CHARLES THOMA, on the opposite side ot the stiect. ap 4?1 m* A CERTAIN CHANCE TO MAKE A FOR /V. ?A lady having acquired a competcncy in the Millinery business, is now desirous or dispo ing of her establishment, and retiring into private life. Her location is one of the be^t in the city, ?im< ! is a rare opportunity for one acquainted with the business. For terms and particulars apply at this office. mar 29-lin HOMES For ALL.?Beautiflilly and healthily I located Building Lots, 24 feet front by 130 feet deep, on graded streets, can, until spring, be bought at the exceeding low price of $7j, payable $3 per month Title indisputable. Union Land Office, 7th St., above Odd Fellows' Hall. jan9?6m JOHN FOX, Secretary. Boarding. A LARGE AND PLEASANT ROOM ON THE second floor for a gentleman and wife. Also, vacancies for single gentlemen, may be ob tamed by applying at No. 473 Sixth st., between D and E. ap 1U?3t? BOARD, 4c.-MRS. BATES, on the south west corner of Pa. avenue and 9th street is pre pared to accommodate gentlemen with rooms, with or without board. Every effort will be made to ren der those coin fort r ble who may favor her with their paironage. ap 6?tf Boa r dFngT?one large front room handsomely furnished, wi h an adjoining one, suitable for a family. Also, several single rnoms, larger than are generally appropriated to gentlemen, can be had on reasonable terms by application to No 3 Union Row, on F. between 6th and 7th sts. The situation it central, and healthy for the ap proachlnz season of spring and summer. ap5?lw* SEVERAL GENTLEMEN CAN BE ACCOM inodal^d Willi rooms and board, at No. 45 8 Twelfth street, between G and II streets, ap 2?2w* PARASOLS. 130 very rich and cheap Parasols, all C' lors 8<raw Bonnets and Mioses' Fluts, great variety Rich Bonnets and Ribbands 120 dosen Linen cambric Handkerchiefs in fancy boxes, at #1 50 per dosen; we think a good bargain Embroidered and Clear Lawn Handkercbicfj in great variety 500 yards Swiss Edging, 12c., worth 25c. 30 dozeu black Net Mitts, from 50 cents up, very cheap 25 dozen best French Kid Cloves, all shades My stock is large and well assorted, and pur chased at tbc very lowest prices. Customers w II be pleased to favor me with a ca'l and tm?y shall be attentively ahojvn through it, ami the goods offered at a small advance WM. R. RILEY, Corner ttih st-, opp. Centre Market. mar 31?lut Auction Pales By O. W. BOTKLUH) Ait loe??r. SALE OP EXCELLENT HOUSEHOLD FUR ?<i lK* i?A,Jc,,ion-* mo^DAY moraine, ^R?inh w?H ? iIO(:k' 1 at,h" residence ?fl^f hi! cnrner I ar?<1 streeta, 22!tS52i5S ??*? Is t superior W&^SS^j'Sg"** in ?*" 0f" Po Book Caw Do SH*'board, marble top Do Arm Clitlin Wd Oitnnima, covered with /iMh Gilt Candelabra* Walnut Centre Table,marble top Do Etagere, Handsome mantel Ornament* Gill frame Mirrors, marble Slab* and gilt Brackets Walnut and mahogany Par 01 Chairs Do and other \TaHroiit? Do French Bedsteads Do Washstands Ladiea' handsome Writing and Dresaing Cabinet Superior Feather Beds and Bedding Curled Hair Mattreaeea Brussels and three ply Carpeting Mahoganv Dining Tabb a < Large and Handsome Canton China Clnner Set Elegant Cut Glassware Superior Table Furniture, Clocks Iron Hat Rack And Settee Child's Gi?. Refrigeatora Kitchen Furniture, Coek Stove, ke. Terms : All sums of and under $40cash; over ?40 a credit of 60 and 80 days for approved endorsed notca, bearing interest. C. W. BOTELER, ap U?d Auctioneer. C? McOVIRE, Aaitioatan Cheap lots for sale at auction. On MONDAY afternoon, April 16th, at 5 o clock, at my Auction Rooms, I shall sell seven building L?>u?, each 18 feet 4 inches front, by 173 feet i inches deep, comprising lots No*. 8 and 9, in square No 653, on Half street west, south of the Capitol, on the Island. Alao, Lot No. 2. in squnr* No. C, divtded into tnr^e lot* of 19 feet 4 inches front each, by about 6j teet deep, situated on Virginia avenue, near the comer of t?Gtli street west. These lots are valuable for sand used by Unckmakers, and their eoatiguity i to tue can?il basin, or for buildinf lots. Terms .- One f.urth cash; the balance in 3, 6,!), and 1_ months, satisfactorily secured, bearing in I tcrest. Title indisputable. ' R ap!2-d JAri. C. McGUIRE, Auctioneer. By C. W. BOTKLEK, Auctioneer. CJALE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNI ^ lure at Auction?On TUESDAY morning, tb< luh instant, at 10 o'clock, 1 shall sell, at the res.B denee of a gentleman declining housekeeping on the corner of 8th and E streets, opposite the General Post Office, a handsome collection of Household furniture, consisting in part of? Rosewood French Sofa, Chairs and Aim Chairs. covered w ith plush Carved Rosewood Centre Table, marble top Chinese Quartette Tables, carved mahogany Chair* Arm Chairs and French Sofas, covered with plmh HuisseN, three ply and othei Carpctines Fancy Reception Chairs Gi't frame Mirrors Marble top Pier Table Alabaster. French China and Bohemian Glass Vases Bionzed Candelabra* Mahogany Centre Table, marble ton Do Sofa I)o Hit Rack, with Mirror back Walnut Etagere, do. Writing Chair Carcel, tolar and other L imps French China Dinner Set Superior plated Cantors Cut <;iaiawj?rc and other Table lurr.iturc Handsome Enamelled Cottage Chamber Suit Mahogany Wardrobes Do French and other Bedheads Do Dressing Bureaus and Was.istands \Va?nut and other cane scat Chain; Hair Mattresaea, chamber ami step Carpeting Ha I Oilcloth, Polished ste? I Fire Seta Parlor, ehambcr and Cookine Stoves Kitchen Requisites, kc. With many oilier articles Renderinc it altogether a very attractive sale. I eruit. of sale: $40 and under cash ; over that sum a credit ef sixty aad ninety days, for approved en dorsod notes bearing interest . , C. W. BOTELER, P *^-d \uctionecr. WcOCJIKK, Auctioneer. PEREMPTORY SALE BV ORDER OF TRUS tee of extensive ito-k of Dry Gjcds.?By vir tile of a iked in tru.t th? sub^riber will sell at public sale on WEDNESDAY. April 18th, at 1?* o clock, (and continue from day to day until tl.e whole is disposed of,) at the old stand ol the late n ni of Hall & Broth* r, on Severn.-. -trret.the mo?t extensive and valuable stoca of Dry Goo.-ls ever off ;ted at public sale in the District of Columbia amounting to over forty thou-aml dollars in value, and comprising, in part? Bitwecn thirteen and fourteen thousand dollar; warth ol dcirable Dress Silks. Three thousand live hundred dollars worth of Vel vet, Brussels, I'iree-plv, and Ingrain Carpetti, Lues, Oil-Cloth-, and Canton Mattings. rwenty three thoi*and dollars worth of assorted gooos, such lis Bere?es, Bereg^ Delaines, Mousseline Delainesotall kinds; t laid, mine, and plain Cambrics- embroidered Crape Shawls, some very rich; Bay State Shawls, Cashmere Shawls, long an-t square; French Merinoes, Bombasiie, and Alpaca-, a large quantity; French, English, and American Lawns; French and English Ginghams. Cat icoes, Cloths, Caasimeres, Vesting.*, Li.i? n Drillings, Boys' wear; Tweeds, Cassinets, I able Cloths, Damask Napkins, Brocatels, Curtan Muslins, Silk and Cotton Hosiery. Silkaiiu Linencambric handkerchiefs, Tw:l led Jeans, Black and Green Summer Cloth*, Parasols, and Bonnets; Crash; Marseilles and Allendale Quilts; Penitentiary Plaid "ot ton, Fulled Cloth, double and nngle width; Sheep's Gray Cas?uiets, Kirseys, Kid (iloves, Lisle-thread Gloves, Kentucky Jeans, Under-' "|i'rts and Drawer*, Silk Mantles, Cloaks, Grass Cloths, and a great many oilier goods too numerous to mention. The goods will be sold in lots to suit merchants. Terms of sale : $10) ami ui.der cash; over that sum and under $4M a creditof two and four months; over $400 a credit of two, four, and six months, foi satisfactorily endorsed notes, bearing interest. No gools will be delivered until settled for. RICHARD WALL \CH, Trustee HP 13?1d _"|AS. C. McGLTl RE, Auctioneer By J- lleGlIIRK, Auctioneer. ONG BOAT AND SAILS AT PUBLIC ACC J tion.?On THURSDAY afternoon, Apr! isgth, ato o'clock, I shall sell, at Easby'a Wharf, One Long Boat and Sails Terms: A credit of60 and 90 days for notca sat isfactonly endorsed, beariag interest. J AS. C. MaGKIRE, apll?2t By BARNARD * BUCKICY?" n?org?town Good and \e\rly new furnitcre at Auction.?On FRIDAY morning, the 13th in stant, at 10 o'clock, we Will sell, al the residence of Mr Geo Godey, on Prospect street, near High, the entire Household Furniture, as Mahogany Sofa and Side Tables Do and cane Chairs and Rockcr Parlor, ha'l and chamber Carpets Bureaus, Btdstrad^, Feather Beds Hair and shuck Mattresses, Wardrobe Girandoles, Curtains, Looking Glasses Settee, Lounges With Kitrhcii Utensils And many other articles. Tcnns at sale. BARNARD & BUCKEY, ?P II?d Auctioneers. I By C. NcGl'IRK, Auettonaer. Peremptory sale of $i7,ouo Alexandria Coupon Bonds.?On TUESDAY aflernocn, April 17rh, at 5 o'cleck, at the Auction Rooms, 1 shall sell, in lots to suit purchasers, $17,000 Alexan dria Coupon Bonds. Terms cash, in current funds. JAS C. McOUIRE, ap 11?d Au-tioneer. By GKKUM * SCOTT. Anct!<rae?r?. VALUABLE FRAME HOUSE AND LOIS at Auction.?On TUESDAY, the 10th instant, we shall sell, in front of the prcini?cs, al 5 o'clock, p. m., parts Lots Nob. 12 and 13, in Square No. 643, with the improvements, which arc a good two-sto ly Cottage lloii*e. containing five good and conve niently arranged rooms, with passage and kitchen and cellar, and all necessary outbuildings. The above described property fronts on 4Vf street, 45 feet 6 inches, between K and L sts. south, run ning back 100 feet to a 15 feet alley. Title indispu'able. Terms of sale : One-quarter cash ; the balance a credit of 6, 12 and 18 months, for notes bearn.g in terest from the day of sale A deed given and a deed of trust taken GREEN & SCOTT, apr 4?d Auctioneers. The above aale la postponed In consequence of the rain until FRIDAY, the 13th in stant, at half pa^t 5 o'clock. GREEN k SCOTT, ap 11?d Auctioneers. By GRKK.t * SCOT i', Auctioneers, SEVEN VALUABLE LOTS AT AUCTION.? On WEDNESDAY, Irith instant, we shall sell, at 6 o'clock p. ni., 34,237^ fe.ct of Ground, having a front <y> C street south 14* leet 5 inches, and Otli Street east 283 feet 10 inches. The above described property is handsomely !o c"tc?l, d stunt from the Navy Yard but a few min utes' walk. Terms: One half cash; balance in one and two yeara, the purchaser to give notes for the deferred payments, hearing interest from the day of aale. A deed givtn and a derd of trust taken. GREEN flt SCOTT, ap 10?eod Anctioncer*. KID GLOVES.?We have just received 50 4oi*n pairs of til-.* hue Kid Gloves at 50c< nts a pair WALL * STEPHENS, 3<4>A Pu. avenue, next doer to Iron llall ap 11? lw Auction Bales. By BtRXAHD* BUCK BY, 6??rtt(owa T ?>TS IN GEORGETOWN. Will be mid on ?J the premises on iATCRDAY next, at 5 n'eik. feur pretty siaed Lota, each 18 feet front by 190 ft. deep, on north tide of Brail street. equidistant from Green and Washington street* f?n these tots there is a mound of earth, which, if the purchss-r ot the whole were to grade and pod, would make a ium beautif I elevation for a rotta|e aite, overlooking the town, e ty, and Potomac. The*? lots are in the vicinity of the eiite r? aiden c. a of the town. Ttf ma: One-fifth cash on note well endorsed at 60 (i iyg; balance at 1,2, 3, and 4 years, witn inter est. BARNARD It BUCKET, ap 11 d Auctioneer*. By ORKiC* SCOTT. Aa?tlon??r?. n ROCERtES, CROCKERY WARE, STAND IT Casks, Store Fixtures, fcc at Auction?On FRfDAV. the 1.1th in?t*nt, we Oiall aell, at 10 n'clk a. m , at (he Groc? ry Store of Wm N Keefe, at the corner of 18th and H streets north, the r main*:?s stock of the establishment. viz : Tea, Coffee, 8i,ices, Pickles Crockery and Glassware With many other article u?uallv kept in a retail Giecery Store AI?o, the Store Fixture, Stand Casks, fce. Terms cash. GREEN k SCOTT, ?V 11?J Auctioneers. Bjr J. C SlcODlRR. Ancttonsir. Excellent housekeeping effects at Auction-?On MONDAY mornmg, At.nllfiik, at Iljf o'clock, at the quarters of Lient J. C. Cash, inside the Washington Navy Yard. I shall aell an excellent lot of Housekeeping lrticles, comprising? -"Handsome Plush and Leather covered Arm Chairs Walnut Etagere, Iron Hat Rack Excellent Hair and husk M?Uie?w? Beautiful French ChiiH gold hand Teaware French ain! Stone China Breakfast and Dinner ware Silver-plated Castors, Spoons and Forks Paiian Marble Pitchers, Butter Tubs, fcc. Silver-plated Ivory handled Dessert Knives Excellent TaUe Cntlery Bronze Candelabra* G assware, Chafing Dishes Scales and Weights Iron framed oval Toilet Glassware Very superior Refrigerator Stoves, Tin Safe, tic. Together with the usual assortment of Kitchen Requisites. The above articles arc ail nearly new and of ex cellent quality. Terms cash. J AS. C. McGUIRE, ap 11?d Auctioneer By J. c. McUUlRK. Auctioneer. I EXECUTOR'S SALE OF FURNITURE AND j Household Effects?On THURSDAY morning the 19th instant, at 10 o'clock, at lite residence of the late Thomas Ritchie, on President's Square, I shall se'l, a large portion of the Furniture and Household Effects, comprising? Rosewood Pianoforte, Stool at<d Music Stand Rosewood Tetc-a Tele, arm, reception and fancy Chairs in satiu damask ILndsome tauiask Curtains and Cornice Large French plate gilt f arm: Mirror, with slabs and Bra k'-ts Damask and chintz covered Lounges Mahogany hair, spring and cane ne3t Chairs Handsome Centre Lamps, Candelabra*, Bionze Brackets, Mantel Ornaments Mahogany Sideboard Etagere, Side Table Solid mahogany Extension Dining Table China, glass and Crockeryware Brussels and three ply Carpets, Oilcloth Hat tack, Hall Lamp, Rosewood and Hall Chairs Enamelled and Cottage Suite Walnut and mahogany French Bedsteads Walnut Wardrobes, Dressing Bureaus Washstands, Toilet Sets, Tables Superior curled hair and husk Mattresses Bolsters and Pillows, Marseilles Quilts B>d 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 credit of 60 and 30 da>s, fur notes satisfactorily en dorsed, bearing interest. JAS. C. McGUIRE, ap 11 ? ?l Auctioneer. Py J. C. itlcGUlK k, .\ni" i?n??r / 1 KEAT SALE OF SUPERIOR CABI NET FUR \X niture and House Famishing Goods, by ord* r ot'the Orphans' Court.?Ou TUESDAY morning, Apri 17th. at 10 o'clock, (and continuing fr< in day to day until the whole is di?po>cd uf,) I shall pell, at the extensive Wareiooms of the late John I). Brown, known as the "Apollo Hall" building, all his large anl valinble stock of Cabinet Furniture, comprising? Suites of elegantly carvwd Tarlor Furniture, in rnPe wood, walnut, and mahogany, covered with broca ell?e, plush, damasi and hair eloth Richly carved marble top Dressing Bureaus. ?Vn tre, Sofa, and Pier Tables, Sideboard-!, Beau fets. Washstands, Cabinets, kc., of every do scriptios and stxle Elegan' Wardrobes, Dressing Tables, Ete.geres, Li dies' Writing <"ab:nets, Secretary, and Book cases, Music Stands, lancy Tables, What Not". Writing Desks, arm and parlor Chairs, Rockers, Sofas, Tete a-Tetes, extension, din inc, breakfast, and refreshment Tallies, Ac., * beautifully finished, in the various woods if ever^conceivable style ar.d value Gilt, rosewood, walnut, and mahogany-framed Look ing glassef, of ev< rv description Counting house, office, and parlor Writi g Desks, of the mo?t approved patterns, from a cele brated manufacturer in Philadelphia High p<?sr, French, Italian, Jenny Liiid,ahd Cottage Bedstead4, of all th?; various pattern? Superior curled hail, sprit.g, and husk Mattresses Very larce assotment of Lounges, enne seat a^d iM?'K Rockers, office, dining, and chamber Chairs Handsome goiMc, reception,hall, and fancy Chnirs, in large quan'i'ies Enamelled Cottage Suites, Sofa Bedsteads Extensive assortment of plain * uraiturc, compris ing? Bureaus, War.'robes. Bedstead*, Tables Washstandr, Cribs, Cradles. Towel Stands What Nots, kc., of walnut and inah- gany Also, a large quantity China and Glassware, Cloeks, Buckets, Tubs. Dusters, Clothes Horses, Flcur and Spice Boxes, Baskets, Door Mats, tt< Excellent Iron Safe, Office Desk and Fixtures, Fur niture Car, he. Together with the lease of the building, which is believed to be one of the liest locations for the house furnishing business in the city. Terms: ,c.V) and under cash ; over that sum and under $100 a credit of sixty and ninety days; and all sums over ,?!00 a credit of one, two, aud Pour mouth?, for satisfactorily endorsed notes, bearing interest. 1*. S. The attention of ill ? trade in this and the neighboring cities is specially callad to the sale of this stock, which is pr*?bablv the largest and best re lected south of New York Every facility possible will he afforded for pack ing and lorwarding goods purcha.-cd at the sale. By i rdcr of the Admini-uat'T. JAS. C. McGUIRE, apr9? Auctioneer. ~Uy J. C. BfeGUIHK, Auctioneer. VALUABLE THREE STORY BRICK HOUSE, Carriage House aud Lot on 7th street for sale at Auction ?The owner being about to r? move from the city, will self, on THURSDAY, the 12th day April next, at 5 o'clock n. m., the dwelling house he now occupies, situated on 7th street west, between M and N streets north, and being num bered -226 The house contains nine rooms and an entry. The main building is 19 by 34 feet, wnh ceilings 10 ftct high in the two lowest rooms, and 9 feet in the upper story. The back building is of brick, 14 by 19 feet with a brick paved Cellar, hack of this is a shed su.table for keeping fuel, washing, Slc. At the rear of the lot is a good stable and car riasc house, with paved alley. The front of the house is of pressed brick, and it has a neat paling fence enclosing a small yard in front. The house le new and well supp'itfd with closets and every con fortable It is in a rapidly part of the cny and is worthy the attention of purchasers, as it must be sold. Title perfect. , Tertus: One-fourth cash; the balancc in b, 12, and 18 moi.ths, with interest from the dae of sale. A deed given an?t a deed of trust taken. If the terms of sale are not compli' d with within three days from the day of sale, the property will be again sold at 'lie nsk and c??at of the lira puicha er The property may be examined any day previous to the sale. JAS. C. McGUIRE, ap 5?d Auctioneer By J.C. McGUlBkfi. Ametlo?eer. LARGESALEOF FURNITURE, H< Effects and Bar room Futures.?On M<UVUA Y uiorning, April 16th, ai 10 o'clock, at tli? Mount Pleasant Hotel, corner of north A street and Dela ware avenue, the subscriber will sell, by virtue ot a deert o' trust duly recorded among the land recon s for Washington county, all the Furniture and Ef fects compri.-ing? Two mahogany hair spring Sofas, three Ro*.kera 18 melroganv sprina seat Chairs Marble top Centre Tables Secretary and Bookcase , Gilt frame Mirrors, 10 mahogany frame GlaMts 3 plv and ingrain Carpets, Oileloth Mahoganv dressing Bureaus, Wardrobes 2 mahogany French Bedsteada 12 maple patent Bedsteads 12 Wasbsiauds 12 superior curled hair Mattreases 20 husk Mattresses. Bolsters and Pillows Blankets, Counterpanes, Toilet Seta Cane and wood seat Chairs Dining Tables, Window Shades China and Glassware, Ctitleiy Cook Stove, Kitchen Range and Fixtures Bar and Fixtures, fcc. . Toge.bcr with a gen^rai assortment of Kitchen ^ TenruT: All sums c.f and under ?25 cash; ovw fdo a credit of 2 and 4 months, lor notes satisfactorily endorsed bearing interest. THOS. J. FISHER, Trustee. JAMES C. McGUIRE, apr 6?d ; Aucuoaaer TFIEGRAPHN J tf*OBTBD FOB TW? DAILY EVBMIHO BTA*. lepartare of Uu iu Jacinto Philadelphia April 12 ?Tht San Jacinto will dropdown to N?v Castle. ud Jkiriawait the arrival of Commodore McCauley. Bht wiU sail frot? thenoe to tke gulf of Me*ieo * nival of the Arittba, ftc Nkw Oblba.58 ?The Ariiata has arrived hare with Mexican date* of tha Sd hat tha papers oe&tein ao newt of importance Tub Market?Cotton ia upward and tin; lilts of 8109 bale* of Orleans niddliB| Liverpool 9 sterling a 9J Baltimore Markets Baltimore, April 12 ? Flomr U a neb a need and reocip's are small Limited seles at $10 for caper Howard streat, and $9 79 e $10 for City Mills. Wheat it unchanged with ?mall receipts. Small sale* of rad at $2 40 a $2 40, and white at $2 50 a $2 60. Corn i* upward, sales of white at #8 a 100a ; ye lew 190 a 102*. Hew York Markets Naw York, April 12 ?Cotton is anohangeri, wi;h a moderate demand at prerioas rater* Flour it upward and fir a?Seuthern firm at $i0a$10.50. Wheat is upward and firm Cora is firm, with an upward tendency; sales of mixed at $1 06t$l 07. Tork is stiffsr, bat not quo ably higher ; Mies of old me?* at $15 75; new tnee*. $17.56 Beef is upward and firm. Lard is unchanged Wh.tky firmer at a . . Jew York Stock Market. New York. April 13 ?Stock* are drooping. Money 1* unchanged. Sales at the first board cf Cleveland and Toledo Katiroad, 731; trie Railroad, 514; Canton Company 171, *60; Re;?din.r Railroad, 85 j; Cumberland Coal Com rary, 221; Pennrylvamia Coal Comnanv, 166; New York C.n'r?l Railroad, 91*; United States 6's, 1867. 1171 The License law in Fenuylvntia. Harrisrcrg. Pa. April 11 ?The bill re paaliog tavern licenses paused the Senate, yes. terday, by 15 to 14 It prohibits thegrantin* of licenses after the first of July, but does net interfere with tbe existing license* it baa U? be returned to the House in ootsequenoe of amendment* Steamer Sunk Alr&ht. April 10.?The steamboat Splen il d. while on her trip down on Thursday eve ning. ran into a ledge of rocki called "Two Brwtheir." near Cold Spring where she now remains firm The passengers were all safely landed at Cold Spring. U. 8. Commercial Agent Aheoonded New York, April 11 ? Intelligence from Aux Cayes mentions that Mr. Oaksinith. U 8 Commercial Agent at that port, had abeeonded considerably in debt, and that Israel Knight had been appointed his eucserair. Hew Jersey Town Ilections. Uorokkn, April 10 ?The charter election ia this town yesterday passed off harmoniously Mr C. V Clickener for Mayor, end tbe other Dsmocr.itfo candidates were choson by small maj mtiei Trkxtox, April 10 ?At our munic;pal elec tion yesterday John R Tucker wu elected May>r; Wagner, marshal, and Clark assist ant marshal?all Independents The council consists of seven Independents and five Democrat*. Tbe balance of the tick ets are about equally divided. Wants. WAN ' Ell?A WOM \N WITHOUT INCI'M borance, to coofc ;.nJ wash or a small family CoI.)tpi1 persons prcfi'rrfd, a? there are others of that : is* in the family. No objection, howt-vcr, to a wtiitf fwrton To one capable and bonnet a good :ome and wages will be g ven. Address <4C L," it 'hi-" office. ap 12 ? 3: WANTED?A KM ALB TBAGtn to take charge nf a School of childien at Pie i^ant t.rove, near Washington, D. C. A l.berak >ala-v, with toard, will be given Arplv ? GEO T MASSEY, Agent, No 5448 Ttwicenui fircci. ap 12?3t* _ TIT ANTED-A VOUNG LADY FROM VII fy ginia wishes employment by tbe month as a teamstress in nonif respectable family She i* also willing to ait' nd (o an> bout* work with tbe exctp ion of co->king and washings Call within the neat rn (lay* at Mr. Doughaday's, on 3d street, between i and C. ap 11?1 w* WANTED?A MAN OF GOOD ADDRESS and sober habif, tocaavam the city of VV ah ifion for the Baltimore '-REPUBLICAN," a daily r> mocratie penny paper. An active man can do a laying husinem at it Apply at tbe Star office. a . 11?2t* SITUATIONS WANTED Bit TWO RESPECT al le young Girls a- ChaniWrinaid-, or io do r>lain lowing, or trawl with a lady. Call at MRS. FAR YEW, No. 319 Pa. avenue, near 13tb at. ap 10?3t* House w a n t e d?the advertiser wishes to purchase, for cash, a good two story .rine PiveMiug, suitable for a small family, situated lortli of Pa. avenue Address "S F A," through tbe Post Otlice, stat iig location, price, he. mar 12?lm* 1ST ANTED BY A GENTLEMAN with a small V f family, a brick Hnuse, containing not mot* than eight rooms, with a passage; iu a central loca ion, would engage to keep il in as gooe order as he Bnd- it, desires to rent or lease it for a term of years. Any one having sucb bouee will please address ?Maurice." Star office. ap 0? lw VCANTFD-A COMPLETE FILE OF THE WEEKLY (Washington City) STAR aince U publication up to the present date, for wbicb a iberal price will be paid if s.-ntto this office. ap 3? ?m $20,000 worth of Dry Gtood* 7 o be Bold immediately nt a Great 8aerlfloe RB. HALL, No. 373 North Seveuib aUeet, ; above I, is now m receipt of the greater portion of Ins purchases for the spring irarte, and wou?d call the attention <?f purchasers to bis large and vaiied asso-tment, believing tha- an e*a?m? lion of In* ^tock will entitle him t" UK" preference. In Domestic G->ods I present a line variing in style n'd vanetv, from imy otlier boust ui tbe city, em bracing the b*>t fabrics of the vari<Ni s manufacto ries, whilst many oilier kinds ot goods bave been (Uirwhased at the lite Auction sales in New York, it a very large p?r centage below the original cost. iOOOyards plaid Giagham 8 cenu originaj cost 10 Cents . J000 do line Calico, fast colors 6 cents, 10 pieces good black Silk, 25 cents, wort!) 50 Plnid Silk- 44c, worth 75 Plain silk Tissues 3; cents, worUi jO ... 50 pieces Berege de Lames, 12 ccnts original coet 18c Yard wide ffptrwd Lawns, 6 cents 50 pieces line dotted Sw*w Muslin 12 cenU 30 do do Embroidered Curtam do. 12 ceais, wortli 'O 10 dozen beautiful Shawls, 62 c?nts 5 boxes handsome Bonnet Ribbons, PJ^eoU 20 piece- fine Irish Linen, 25c, worth 3? . 50 doren fine Linen SUirt Bottoms, 25 cu., worm 50c. 50 pieces h^vy bed ticking, ^ 5000 yards bleached and unbleached Cotton, dc 100 dozen Linen Towels, 6c Ladies Handkerchiefs only dc Gentlemen's silk Cravats, 25c 100 dozen Hw- aad half hoss, oc Ladies' and Children's Gloves 4< , . g. A complete as-.rtiiient of Swiss aad Ca???c E4| Inz-, Insertings, HouncingXf 1 ndersleeyes, t!win and Cambric Collars at extremely low prices . .. New style Bonnets, only 2i cents. in mv B^ t a-.d ^h.K^ Department I have great bargains m otTcr-Ladies' Slipper. T7 cents; M?ee Shop-rs 25"ts; Lidi s Toilet Shpper-62 cts, Mi^ee Gan>r?t2 cts. Lain fine Gaiters $1, worth fl:50, LaJies half Gaiters 75 cu; B<.ys' Shoes 25 cts, Gea ti'em n'. ar.d Boys Congretw Gaiter?. Oxtord Ties, ;nid Fancy Shoes in great variety, vejy che?P The above named bargains, together with manv other articles have been selected w th r ' erencs to the <.f my cu?omers, and I am pnred to offer to purchasers such '"du<;*"Je tre seldom equalled in tins or any No. 213 north Seventh su, above I. ap 10?cflftt ? STONK! STONB J sas Agent for th. Ptoprietoi

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