Newspaper of Evening Star, April 17, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 17, 1855 Page 3
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KVKN1NK STAR. Local Intelligence. Crrt Couscils.? Last night, the Board of Aldermen mot at tbo usual hoar, Mr. Presi drat Hill In tbo chair I The Chair leid before the Board a commu nication from the Major relative to a difficul ty arising in the ezeeation of the seoond sec tion of a recent la# prescribing oertain duties of the Corporation collection, and stating how he proposed to remedy it. Alao. the account ot the Corporation with the Bank of Washington, which ia aa follows: Corporation of Washington in account with Dm. the Bank of Washington Ca General$9,951 92 Rtdem'n fund. $1,527 11 Sinking fund... 46 Surplus fund.... 6,145 9U lunJ.... 3,790 bO Third Ward... 1.776 40 Fim Ward 932 15 Fourth Ward.. 3.155 25 SecondI Wud.. 4p69 92>Corpora,n int..13,6 3 65 Filth Ward .... 1,530 27 Buih Ward 1,723 73 S? venth Ward.. 2.041 15) Canal Interest.. 2,4*9 Of #27,tQ9 4: Balance 1,611 16 #27,829 47 J?To &?l*nce due Bank of Wasb/ns ion, 11,011 16. Alao, a communication from the Trustees of the public schools, urging the ereotion of a new school-houss in the First Distriot?1st and 2d wards?embracing a recommendation fori the purchase of Morrison's Rugby Academy refwel' W "? hlMi for that ?urP??e; Mr Reed presented the petition of the Ger man Benevolent Association asking the remis ?ion of a fine; referred The Chair presented the petition of Wm B Kibby to have taxes erroneously paid by him refunded; referred. Mr. Pepper reported back from the im Erovements committee, a bill from the lower oard appropriating $60 to pay the increase ?* ?alary Toted some time since to the sealer of weights and measures. Mr. Magruder presented a petition from Thoe Carberry and others for a change of grade in Beventeenth street, with a resolution referring it to a select committee consisting of two members of this Board and three of the lower Board ia consultation with the City Sur veyor. Mr. Houston addressed the Board against any change of the grade of Seventeenth street, eT*n51Dgi.!^ gr4d* h*TID? Greedy cost him *160 for filling up a lot of his in that quarter n ????nngv^* P*^.00 however, Mr.. H. withdrew his opposition to the resolution which was agreed to. Mr Evans presented the petition of Bridget Campbell for the remission of a fine of $20 for selling liquor without license. Pleading the Ignorance, large family, and indigence of the petitioner, he urged the granting of her jnni; referred Mr Pepper reported baokfrom the improve ment* committee the bill appropriating $400 Ward6""118 EU#7' Md gntton ** the *ir,t After debate, Mr Magrudsr explained that tne Major had determined to ohacge the sys tem of such work, and urged that the bill do not pass hia willisSMsa that it should be so di'tvjsed of. Mr Dove explained at some length the ne "" "n,m b> wWet v " \V" "" ?B i ? tblrd tttihz. Mr- Magruder reported from the finjoce ? Wl appropriating $i0 to pay Ja Ocb KUcber for extra services as messenger to the Mayor and in the Register s office; passed. ?Mr. Pepper roea to a personal explanation. ^ -i' said that he had been erroneously reported in the published proceedings of their last meeting, where it was said that he hai m '..mated that there were no magistrate.-* in tae second or third wards who Were competent to the proper discharge of the duties ot police magistrates. On the oontrary, he hai merely supposed theexistence of such a state of things, and made remarks upon what he thought l?kely to be the public necessities in that ewe He knew well that in the second ward there wac a magistral (N. Cailan) competent to the discharge of any duties whatever, that mi"ht be confided to him. ? Mr Houston reported from the fire depart ment committee a bill fjr the benefit of the Franklin Fire Company, making an appro priation to pay 8. Murphy $30 60; O.Tjil lard A Son $15 62; Andrew J Joyce $32 00 : L H 1 0. C. Schneider $36 42-$139 64 in ally parsed. A lower board bill authorising the curb stones to be set and the footways paved on the east side of 7 th street east, in front of squares 905 and ?06 ; referred Also, a bill authorising the construction of a reeervoir in the Fourth Ward ; referred. Also, a petition (presented by Mr. Pepper,) from Samuel Devaughn and others, referring to this bill; referrea with the bill, to the im provements committee. ?Also, a bill making an appropriation for the removal of a wreck lying near the wharf at the eaaiern terminus of the canal; referred to the canals committee. Mr. Magruder reported back from the finance oommitteo a bill fcr the relief of Francis Hutchens; passed Mr. Reed reported from the fire department committee a bill to provide for tbo purohase of oertain apparatus for the American Hook and Ladder Company. Mr Magruder moved to amend this bill by adding an appropriation of $600 to purchase apparatus for the Western Hose Company. Mr M explained that the members of the Westaru Hose Company had raised and ex pended $^00 of their own money for the pur chase of machinery at the North, and that; they bid fair to make one of the most usetul companies In Washington, Ac. Mr. Clark opposed the amendment as likely to delay the enjc:ment of the original bill - smeadment agreed to?yeas 7, says 4-s? fol lows: ?Ve**?Messrs Borrows, Dove, Fitipatrick, M *g ruder, Pearson, Reed and Hill (President ) ays.?Messrs Clarke, Houston, Marks and Pepper. Mr Houston oppoeed the bill as amended, on tie ground that it was taking too much money ?$1,000?from the city treasury. Mr Pepper explained that he had voted against amenameat only because its adop tion, he thought, would delay the enactment of the bill lor the Hook and Ladder Company. He would gladly vote for the appropriation em traced iu the amendment in a separate bill. 1 Mr. Clark addreesed the board expressing views on this bill similar to those of the last ?peaker. Both these speakers complained of the indisposition of the insurers to provide a rKirtion of the fire apparatus necessary for Washington, and urging the propriety of hav ing the corporation lasure property. Mr. Borrows advocated itie idea mentioned last above, on the ground that if the property* holders gonorally know that they would be taxed to make good the damage dene by ftre here, they would be more active to put out and prevent such conflagrations. The adoption of the practice would (he explained how) prove an insurance against the insuring of property here above iu real value Mr Hill explained his position on this in formal proposi tion Mr. Fitspatrick, after a few remarks, moved to reconsider the vote by which the amend ment had been agreed to. Mr. Hill made a few remarks against the tolicy of estaoliahing hose companies distinct from the engine companies, and at the same time complimented the Western Hose Corn paey for its efficiency. He explained that each separate hose company would cost the corporation nearly as maon as what the cost would be for the m tintenance of the double company, if attached to and ocoupying part of the house of an engine oompany Mr. Fltapatrick again addressed the Board in favor ot the position urged br Mr. Hill. He was also for compelling the insurance com panies to bear a portion of the expenae of the fire apparatus and ?ystem of the city Too debate on this amendment and bill was further continued by Mr Pepper, who urged that the insurance companies were perfect Shylooks Mr. Dove urged the necessity for making the appropriation for the First Ward, proposed by Mr. Magruder Mr Magruder again advocated his amend ment with great earnestnees, showing its expe diency and necessity The motion to reconsider having prevailed, 'ha quer ioa was again pat on Mr. Magruder's amendment, It m again amd to: and aa thus amended thia bill paased^^ Mr Fits patrick introduced a b01 making it penal to aell bread nnder weight, and pro viding that the punishment for so doing shall be a flne of from tSOO to $600 for ea?h offenee, to be paid by the seller, whether grooer, baker, or any other teller whatever. This waa advocated bj Mesars FiUpatriek, Dove, and Reed, and oppoeed bj Mr. Pearson; and it passed. Common Council ?The Board met at the usual hoar. Petitiona were preaented by? Mr. Barr, fro^ N. B. Van Zandt; referred. Mr Kilmon, from Wm Dal ton and others, asking a modification of hackney lioenses; re* ft .-red. Also, from Elisabeth Barrett, for the open* ing of an allej; referred. Mr. A MoD Deris, from Samuel Sylvester for a remission of a fine; referred. A communication from the Truateea of the Public School# was reed, reoommending the purchase of the property known aa the Rugby Academy, whioh ean be bought for $16,000? one fourth caah, the balanoe in five equal annual instalment*; referred. Reports were made by Mr J. W. Deris, from the oommittee on im provements. asked to be discharged from the petition of E Lassenby; granted. Mr. DuLoonson, from the committee on claims, for the relief of Jame* Watson; passed. Also, from the aeme committee, foflthe re lief of B. Uuevalli; rejected. Also, from the aame committee, for the relief of Henry Olive, asked to be discharged granted. Mr Gill, from the aame oommittee, for the relief of Mary Sullivan; passed. Mr. Bamberger, from the committee on canal a, a bill regulating the wharfage on guano, slate, Ac ; laid over Mr. Busey, from the committee on pnblio schools, a bill authorising the purohase of Rugby Academy; paaaed. Mr Kelly, from the committee on fire de partment, a bill to purchase 600 feet of hose tor the Persrveranoe Fire Company, with Falconer's coupling; pasted. Mr. Busey asked leave to present the peti tion of John MoGarvey ; referred. The following bills from the Board of Al dermen were taken up: ^ An act granting the Commissioner of Public Buildings permission to remove the surplus earth from 1st street east; passed. An act for the relief of Jaoeb Kleiber; passed An aet to regulate the sale and quality of bread; referred. An act appropriating $164 75 to pay for re pairs upon the Franklin Fire Company appa ratus; referred. An act for the purohase of the necessary ap paratus for the American Hook and Ladder Company, which was amended in the upper board by appropriating $500 for the Western Hose Company ; referred. A joint resolution aopeinting a select com mittee in relation to the grade of 17th street wes'; pa?sed. . A joint resolution authorising the oiaims of Geo. Mattingly to be submitted to arbitration; referred. An act authorising the establishment of an additional primary tchool in the third distriot; referred. Mr. Birr (presiding) laid before the board a communication from John M. McCella. de dining the appointment as one of the codi fiers The letter was received, but the board had no power to take action upon it. A communication was reoeived from the Mayor, notifying the board of having signed certain laws. Also, a statement of the eondition of the finances with the Bank of Washington; re ferred. Mr Busey offered a resolution oalling upon the Collector to inform the board at its next meeting the foil amount of fees, Ac., received to the 1st of January, 1855. A letter was received from John L. Smith, Esq., declining the appointment ef police ma^is'rate for the Third Ward. Mr Kilmon, on leave, introduced a bill to supply a deficiency in an appropriation ; re fer-ed Mr. Donn introduced a joint resolution in relation so lighting the city with gas; referred to a select committee of five. And then the board adjoamed. Thb Ball Last Night?The ball of the Marion Rifles last night, at Carusi's Saloon, was a gloTioUs entertainment, beiDg one of the best attended of the season. There were aoy quantity of most interesting pretty girls there, whose bright eyes, intelligent counten ances and charming figures were admired by all the gallant young men present. The ball was duly opened at 9 p. m , with the hail comfortably filled; in an hour it was crowded, and the young folks were all engaged in the merry dance. Among those present we per ceived Capt Towers, Lieut Sutton, Lieut. Tait, Lieut. Sheokell, Sergt. Egan. Sergt. Buckingham, Corp'l Grimes, Corp'l Maguire, and privatea C. W. Grimes, F. Johnson, and F. Fister, of the National Greys; Messrs Crogan and Oppenheimer, of the Continentals; Mr. Tucker of the National Guard; Lieut Flint. Quartermaster Evans, and Messrs. Bean, Peddicord, and Leckey, of the President s Mounted Guard; Messrs Howell, Brush, and C'aricoa. of the Boon Rifles; Ensign Happ, Sarg't Rupple. Sarg't Small, and Messrs Schlagle, and Klots, of the Teagers; Messrs. Flood, and Harrover, of the Washington High landers; also, aeveral membera of the junior companies All of these military gentlemen appeared to fine advantage, indeed. Danoing was kept up until a very late hour?until near day light?when the guests retired, highly delighted with their sight's entertainment. Orphan's Court.?A case ia now occupying the time and attention of thia oourt, and ia likely to do so for aeveral days. Some years since, Hon. H. May Administered on the estates of Thomas and Edward Law, formerly of Illinois, for the purpose of oarrying on a suit in the cirouit ccurt of thia Distriot. A branch of that suit has since been determined in the Supreme Court of the United States. A Mr. Rogers has come into the Orphans'' Court and asks to have Mr. May'a letters re voked, on the ground that being a relative be is entitled to the letters of aaminiatration. Upon the queation of heirabip much testimony has been and ia being examined The wifc nessea are generally old reaidenta. Among them are Maasrs Galea A Seaton, General Weightman, and a number ot ladies Many thouaands of dollara are inrolved, and the iriginal owner, Mr Thomaa Law. (the grand father of Thomaa and Edward,) formerly of thia city, was the brother of Lord Ellanborough. The oouncil for Mr. Rogera are T. Parkin Scott, of Baltimore, and R. S. Cox, eaq ; and for Mr May, R. J. Brent, eaq , of Baltimore Thomaa Law was in India with Wanes Hastings, and it has always been said in Waahinaton that he waa aent to this country to save Heatings, aa if he had been examined in that celebrated trial hia teatimony would have convicted him. The examination of wit neasee waa continued to-day, inoluding the identifieetion of handwriting, ete. Thb ArpaoacHDiG Gbkat Salbi.?Thoeein want of furniture are reminded that J. C. McGuire ia now aellieg at auction, daily, the atock of the late J. D. Brown, eompriaing every article ef "furniture" to ba obtained in cabinet ware rooms The atock ia equal in ita variety and atyle to that of any eataolishment in New York, being worth an aggregate of fif teen to twenty thouaand dollara It ia thoug&t that it wiil take the reat of thia week to get through with it The articlea aell at moat en ticing prices, indeed. Be sure to attend, if you want anything in the way of furniture. Mr. J. C McGuire also oommenoes. to-day, the great Hall A Brother sale, in which quite fifty thousand dollars' worth of dry goods are to be disposed of in lots to suit the trade. It is to be, by long odds, the moet important sale of the kind ever ooourringin Washington, and occupying some daya aa it probably will, it( will, douotleaa, attract many merohanta hither from the surrounding towns and country. Librr Weight ?On Saturday evening last, the police of the Third distriot seiaed about forty loaves of bread, under weight, offered for saio at the Northern Market. As fleer is ?elling very hixh, bakers make but little by the old rates piis ia their own look out. The law cf the corporation only regalatea the wei?ht of the loavaa, not the price, whioh ia left to the bakera. All bread under the legal weisht, offered for aale, is liable to be eeiaad. { Tn KvmaiL's Farbwrll ?To-night at Odd Fellows* Hall these birds of song ring thai! lMt lays, for this season at least, and to ?aj they will receive a bumper at parting, we bat echo the with as wall aa the opinion of the people of Washington Possess injrevsry claim that talent and gentilitj oan give thote who eater fbr the amotement of the pablie, their raooett it always tare. This evening, at Odd Fellows' Hall, let all remember, ooonrs their last soiree. To-morrow, Wednesday evening, they ap pear at the-Nary Tard Hall. A Bxllicosi Spirit.?Two white men. named, respectively, John Ryan and Daniel Reardon, were brought before Jnttioe Sofltta, this morning, to antwer to the charge of fight ing. They stripped themselves for the battle, and, in the olatsioal language of a gentleman tresent, "fought like ball dogs." They were oth braised and bloody, presenting a tad speetaolecf beings of bellicose pattiont and practices. They were committed to jail, where they will have an opportunity for reflection on their eonduct. Yesterday, two negroes were arrested for striking a white man on the Island. Their names are John F Ferguson and George Wil son. The first named is from the North, and expressed much indignation at his arrest, loudly vociferating that he wts good as anv white man, aooompanied by language whion plainly evidenced that his associations bad been of the most depraved character. Justice 8mith committed them to jail, but, on their way to prison, they attacked the officer in charge, Mr. Davidson, as we hare been in formed; and at the jail exhibited suoh fighting propensities that the keepers had to check them. ' 'T Jail.?Last night, a man under the influ ence of liquor, attacked a lady who was walk ing with her husband on the publio street. The offioers being near interfered, and arrested the offender, ana in order to convey him to the guard house called a hack. Offioer Bar naclo supposed that he would go without treuble, got into the coach with bim alone As soon as the vehicle started, the fellow seised the officer and a tussle ensued that lasted un til they reached the guard house door. The fellow used his teeth like a cannibal, and the officers hands are likely to bear evidenoe of the desperate biting for weeks to come. As soon as ne was brought out for trial, a colored boy, also a prisoner, laughed at bim, when he seised the boy and commerced beating him ; hut the officers stopped his fun by ohaining trie hands behind him. He is a German, gave gave his name as Christoper Covansal, and was sent to jail by Jutice Morsell. The Corporation Tax Sals, commenced on Monday, *fts continued, to-day by Collector Roche in the room of the Board of Aldermen. The attendance of bidders was net more than one-fourth as large as that of yesterday. Not withstanding, the sale was conducted with spirit, and muoh money invested in city lots. The collector, to meet the demands of an imal appetite, had spread a table with such solids as loafbread, crackers, cheese, and ham, of *hich any one was at liberty to partake t . J Latu ?The train of cars due here a* seven o'olock last night was detained considerably past time by running over a cow that had got on the track. This is the train that brings the heavy mails to the city. It was only a {ew nights since the express train on the 3aH?more and Ohio Railroad was thrown from the track, near Tunnolto*n Pta tion, by running over a cow The mail trai* over the same road was thrown from the track and detained some hours by running into a, tree that had fell across the roacUp Pricbs OP Fisft.?Yes'erday, at the wharf in Alexandria, shad were selling at 410 per hundred, and herriDg at $8 per thousand. In the centre market this morning, shad were 37i cents per pair, rook and perch 25 cents per bunoh, and herring 12} cents per dosen. This decline of the prices is evidenoe of an increase in the supply, whifh will be hailed with pleasure by all. Abandoned.?The case of the young man who was arrested under the minor law for running with the fire apparatus, was aban doned by the officer who made the arrest It was proven to his satisfaction the young man was over twenty-one years of age. Slander Suit.?The case ofWm T. Dove, against J. H McBlair, for alleged slander, will, it is expected, be tried in the Circuit Court during the present week. Circuit Court?For several day! past there baa been pending in this court a suit in volving the freedom of three oolored persons, but it is not yet decided. Proprrty Sal*.?The house and ground on ? street north, between Ninth and Tenth streets, belong to the estate of the late Charles Davis, was sold yesterday afternoon at public aection, for the sum of $4,250, one of the neighbors being the purchaser. Union Guards.?A delegation of this fine military corps, in full uniform, went to Balti more in the five o'olock train yesterday after noon, for the purpose of being present during the night at a military ball in that city. Twclpth Street Bridge.?We notice that workmen are engaged in strengthening this iron structure, it having become ricketty, and needed such repairs as will remove all fears of danger from heavy teams passing over it. y 0 __ Watce Returns ?Elisa Carter, colored, profanity ; fine and costs. Qeo. 811m, colored, out after hours; dismissed. Christopher Co vansal, disturbing the peace; jail. Weslry Johnson,drunk and disturbing the peace ; fine and costs; Hesakiah, vagrant; workhouse 30 days. rr-^BAEKR'9 BITTERS,?This bom* manufactured reme ' dy for Dyspepsia, Nervousness, and other diseases ari sing from disordered stomsch, etc., is rapidly winning tu way to favor wherever It la Introduced. We were ehowu ? letter on Saturday last, from a gentlemen In Hanover, who declares that after six years' Intense suffering with Dyspep sia and nervoaa headache, daring which time he nied with little or no effect, a great variety of medl<*1nea reco-ninended by others, be haa been perfectly cured of both annoyanrea by the use of fonr bottles of RAKER'S PRE MI I'M HITTERS.? With each unquestionable endoraemenU, we think that those who are afflcUsd, aud yet fall to try thla remedy, deserve to auffer. Oept Baker Is one of oar most reliable rttiieua, and we feel satisfied that under no circumstances would lie re commend the use of bis Blttars where he did not think that grod would result from ao doing. For cholera morbus auch like complaints we know these Bitters are excellent, having had frequent occasions to try them.?Richmond Mor. Mall. Pries ? cents per bottls. To be had of CHARLES 8TOTT k 00.. Washington, D. O., OANBY S HATqp. and SETH 8. HANCE, Baltimore, and by Druggists everywhere. apr 10?lw [fT^-NOAH WALKER S CO., Marble Hall Clothing Empo l*?' Hum, under Browns' Hotel, re?pectfully announce that their display of Spring and Hammer Clothing Is now ready for InspecUon, oomprisliig ao aaaortmeut of Coats, Veets and Pantaloons of the newest and richest desigus in mstarlal, trimming and workmanship. To gentlemen who study excellence with economy In fashtonabls articles of dress an opportunity for selecting 1* offered from one of the largest and most attractive stock of goods ever offered Id this city at e very reduced scale of prices. ap IT f>T?A CARD TO THE LADIKS.-OOOD NEWS FOR TUX IKy HICK DR. DUPONCO'8 GOLDEN MONTHLY PILLS, the beet and most infallible remedy ever dlacovered for re lieving aud oiling all palnffcl, distressing, and dlfflcnlt men slruatlou, end removing all periodical obstructions, acd Ir regularities arising frcas whatever cense. These Pills ere a oosselete TRIUMPH IN MEDICAL SCIENCE. They are prepared by a process which concentrates the lugredlentslnto s small bnlk, thus rendering It uuneceeaary fbr delicate females to take large doees of nauseous drugs. Dr. Dsnonco's Pills are the rssnlt of over THIRTY YEARS' EXPERIENGE in the treetmsnt of the diseases of females.? They bsvs been advertised for a little over one yeer, yet SEVERAL THOUSAND BOXES have already been sold, aud the demand for them rapidly In creases whsrsvsr they become known. They have been thoroughly tried In Washington, and fonnd to act like a charm. Held by all Druggists Id Washington, Georgetown and Al xaudrla, Va. mar 1?eolin* ?r Jos SstLuaaroi receives all thsnsw Books and New* taper* aa fast as pabllshsd. Hs Is sgsat for Harper's and all the other Magaainee, and oar readers will always Snd a Largs and good assortment of Blank Books and Stationary at his Books tors, Odeon Bsildlng, cor Pa. avenne sad st. MAJ&R1ICD. At Annaprli*, Mil., on the 17th instant, by the Rev, Mr. Nelson, Dr. CHARLES McCORMfCK. U. ?. Army, to Mrs. ANN WELLS, daughter of the flat? Richard Ffieh&rt, of Howard county, Md. * DllBO. At the (cattlenee of hereon, iu this city, on the 16th instant, in the 67th year of her age, ABIGAIL HOWELL, wife of Wm. P. Jloweil, deceased, for merly of Baltimore, Md (Baltimore Sun and Cincinnati papers ccp .) * O* the 15 h met, nt 7 o'clock p. m., HARRIETT E J. THOMPSON, the widow of the late J. E. W. Thompson. The iritnds aud acquaintances are respectfully re quested to attend her ftanerat from her late resi ,denc? on E street, between 12>b and 13th streets,on Wednesday, the 18U> instant, at 3 o'clock p. m. * * For Bala and Beat ? j Great bargains for cash.-i have fi?r ?ale a Garden Spot of 10 acre*, within a few annates' drive of the market, with fool modem im provements. Alio, a Para of 100 acre*, a few miles from the City, ?ald to be worth #19,000, but I will bHI it for $9,000 cath. Also, some Tain able slaves, and a fine harnen Hone, suitable for a doctor, as he Is perfectly broke to stand without hitching. To sectire great bargains caH at 4SI8 13th street, between P and 0. GEO. P. MASSEY, ap 17?3t* ? Agent. House* to rent?a very pleasant House on L, between 9th and 10th str*., hav ing a front yard, with shrubbery. Aim, back yard with fruit trees, pump, lie. The house wil. bp retri ed with or without the furniture. Apply at No. 508 or 510 L street, between 9tb and 10th ?pl7?2i* For rent?rooms furnished if re qnired, in an elevated and healthy part of the city, south side of the Smithsonian Institution. For terms, which are moderate, apply ?n the premises at the corner of Tenth and B streets, No. 19ft. ap 17?eo3t* FPICES AND ROOMS FOR RENT-Three good rooms over our store for rent. Being in the centre of business, they are admirably adapted for Lawyers, Physicians, Agents, lie. M. W. GALT * BRO., S94 Pa. av., betw. 9th and 10th su. ap 17?St FOR RENT?THE STORE HOUSE NOW oc cupied by Barnes li Mitchell, on Pa. avenue, between 8th and 9th streets. Possession Riven on 15th May next, on which time the present lease ex pires. Apply to JAMES DIX^N, Esq , of this city, or tbe subsciiber, "Cottage," i^ntgomerv county, Md. THOS. CONNELLY. ap 16?Iw* Furnished house to rent?suites of Rooms or the entire House may be obtained well furnished, with ga*, he ,? situated on Twelfth street, third door from the Kirkwood House. Apply at the Kirkwood Heuse ap 14 - 3t* | Handsome furnished parlors .?two suits of Parlors and Chambers on the first and second floors, handsomely furnished, is for rent with or without board. There is gas in tbe house and a bathroom. Apply at MRS. NICHOLSON'S, No. 970 H street, corner of Eighieenth. ap 13?lm* ItOR RENT?SEVERAL HAND80ME PAR lors and Chambers, With board. Also, Table nnd transient board. Inqui.e at Mrs. SMITH'S, 933 F street ap 9 RENTS REDUCED TO SUIT THE TIMES. I $150 a year will be received for the rent ol those new and convenient cottages at Kendall Green, with two acres of ground, stable, wood sh^d and other conveniences attached. Pumps of pu>e water are near the door, and communicat on is had with Georgetown by way of H and Seventh streets and Pern. Avenue, morning and afternoon, at the usual fare, for the accommodation of clerks in the departments. To sccure the advantage of this great reduction of rent im*mdiate application must be made to the undersigned, either by letter, or at his house at Kendall Green, after office hoars, where the key* may be had and the houses inspected at any time. Several of these residences will b<? sold on liberal terms. WM SPICKNEY, No 4, Kendall Green. N. B.?Rent* paid quarterly in advance. apr 9,1865?tf FOR RENT?THREE NEW FRAME HOUSE8, containing six rooms, each situated on Pierce street, between L and M streets, being but four squares from ihs Railroad Depot; would make good ieaidences. Rent moderate. Apclv to CHARLES THOMA. on the opposite side of the strict. ap 4?lm* A CERTAIN CHANCE TO MAKE A FOR tune ?A lady having acquired a competency in the Millinerv business, is now desirous of dispo ing of Let establishment, and retiring into private life. Her location is one of tbe best In the city, an^ is a rare opportunity for one acqu?ifit?d with the business. For terms and particulars apply at this office. mar 29?lm HOMES FOR ALL.?Beautifully and healthily located Building Lots, 24 feet front by 130 feet deep, of> graded {streets, can, until spring, be bought at the excecdi?? l?w prj*e of $75, payable $3 per month. Title indisputable. Union Land Office, 7th st., above Odd Fellows' Hail, jan 9?6m JOHN FOX. Secretary. VILLA FOR SALE.?THE SUBSCRI3ER of fers at private sale the villa in which she at present resides, with eight acres of land, situated at Eilaville, on the Washington and Baltimore Turn pike Road. The ht use is new, with all the modern improvements, and the situation has many advant ages for persons engaged in busines? in Washington us it is within five minutes' walk of the Bladensburg Depot on the Railroad, and there is al?o an omnibu> running twice a day between Washington and Eila ville. Application to be made to the subscriber, living on the premises. MARY 8. VASS. mar 27?2a wt f FOR SALE OR RENT.-A three-story Frame, with basement, on New York avenue, between 4th and 5th sts. west. A three-?tory Frame, with back building, on 1 at. north, between 4th and 5th sts. west. Apply for the t<V0 last mentioned to JAME* W. BARKER, on H street north, between 12th and 13th 8is. west. Also a two-story Frame, with back building, on Montgomery street, Georgetown. DICKSON & KING, feb7?eotf Georgetown. OR RENT?A TWO-STORY BEICK HOUSE with back building, eligibly located in the Firsi ard. Apply to J. G. C. KENNEDY, Over Washington City Savings Bank, ap 12?eo3t fM)R RENT OR SALE ON REASONABLE JP Terms.?A three story Frame, with basement, on New York avenue, between Fourth and Fifth streets west Also, a three story Frame, With back building, on I street north, between Fourth and Fifth sts. west Apply to Jaipes W. Birker, residence on H street north, between 12th and 13th streets west. DICKSON k KING, ap 5?Thtf Georgetown. ? Wa Wants. WANTED?PASTURAGE FOR A BROOD Mare. Apply to A- SCHUCKING, Office op?. Centre Market, betw 8th and 9th St., up stairs, ao 17?It* WANTED ?A WIDOW LADY with a small boy, between eight and nine years of age, wishes to secure a home for herself and boy In consideration for it she is willing to assist in the sewing of tbe family, and to help in tbe general housework, though not able to do all, is willing to do what she can. Any one wishing a housekeeper she will undertake that at wages enough to clothe herself and boy. A note addressed to "J W,"?t this office, will be attended to. ap 17?3t WNTED.-A WOMAN WANTS A SITU ation as Chambermaid, or do plain sewing? Has no objection to do nursing. Enquire at MRS. ROSS'S, on the corner of 13)4 and D sts. ap 17?2t? WANTED?TO HIRE IMME IATELY.? One strong pair of Horses or Mules, with a good Ploughman, to fallow some corn land. One month employment certainly, and perhaps two or three Enquire at Examiner's Room, No. 8, at Patent Of fice. ap lft?tf A HOUSE WANTED, CONTAINING not less than eight rooms, including kitchen, and to be located between the Capitol and Navy Yard. If suitable, a li eral rent wil' be paid. Address "H Hunt," Navy Yard. ap 16 - 3t* ANTED?A GOOD COOK, WASHER AND ironer. One accustomed to a restaurant pre ferred. To a competent person good wages will be given. Apply at the u Eldorado House," 406 Pa. avenue, between 3d and 4^ streets. up :6-2l* Wanted, board, with two fur nished rooms, by a gentleman an l Jiis wife, two children and nurse in a family where'there are few or no boarders. Address "J B H," Star office. ap 16?3t* ? AN EXPERIENCED housekeeper wants a Situation.?A middle aged lady, accustomed for many years to manage th* details of a large boarding house, as housekeeper, wants a situation. She cau give satisfactory reference as to her energy, industry and experience, and tbe fidelitv with which she due barges duties confided to her. Address "L 8," at this office. ap 13?tf ANVASSER WANTED.?AN ACTIVE IN tell! en! man is wanted to canvass for popular Catholic Works in tbe District of Columbia. In a suitable person, who can produce satisfactory refer ence. Liberal terms will be made. Address (post paid) "J M," Washington, D. C. ap 13-dtf ANTED-A YOUNG LADY FROM VIR ginia wishes employment by the month as a ieamstreM in tome ro*p*ct?!4# family- la Elan i willing to attend to any housework with tbe excep tion of cooking and washing. Call within th? next ten days at Mr. Doughaday's, on 2d street, between B and C. ap 11-lw WANTFD? A COMPLETE FILE OF the WEEKLY (Washington City) STAR since its publication up to the present date, for which a liberal price will be paid ifs^nt to this office. so 3?tf Paris mantillas at new york PRICES.?MAXWELL li bro. will open another lot of i hose Paris Mantillas, on Thursday, far Pa. avenue, between 9th and 10th sts. ap 11?eo3t AnctSon Sale* By J. C. MtGl'lEt, A actios ??r. ADMINISTRATOR'S PALE of HOE8E AND Carryall.?On WEDNESDAY afternoon, the 18ih instant, at 4 o'clock, :a front of the auction room*, I khall sell an excellent Work Horse, Car rysll, and Harness Terms cub. B v order of the Administrator. JA8. C. McGUIRE, ap 1??<1 * Anctin By naKKS * ICOTT. AnctloaMr*. CREAMS HOUSE AND LOT AT AUCTION? R On THURSDAY, tlie ?ih Inst., we shsll sell, In front of the premises, at 6 o'clock p. m., part of Lot No. 4, in Sqnare 73, baring a front on noith K. between 21st and SSd streets, of 25 feet, ranging bjck 14C feet 11 inches, to a wide alley, with the improvements, which are a good two-story frame house . Terms; One third ea?h { balance in 6 12, and 18 months, for notes bearing intf rest from the day or the sale * A deed gtven and a deed of trnst taken GREEN & SCOTT, *** ls~d Auctioneers. By OREBN * 8COTT, A nctloncsra VALUABLE BUILDING I.OT8 on 21st street at Auction.?On FRIDAYnhe 20Ui tnsiat. at 5 o'clock p. m., in front of the premises, two hand some hui.dmg Lota, having a front of 22 K feet each on 21st suect. between G an 1 H streets north, be ,.'/?P^?f LoU Wo* 8 ?"<? ?, in Square . ,?e,two ,ou haT* * fron? of 45 feet, running hack 100 feet, with a 10 foot side alley. Title indisputable. Term* : One-third cash; balance in 1 and 2 year* for notes bearing interest from day of sale. A deed given arid a deed of trust taken. . GREEN & SCOTT, apr 16?d Auctioneers. J- C. Aactlonssr Beautiful cottage residence on town ?t Public Auction, un WEDNESDAY morning, April 25th, at 10 o'cl'a precisely, on the premises, I shall sell that del gbt ?? Q0Dla*^ residence and grounds belonging to Col. I.. 8 Roberts, U. 8. Army, situa'ed on the Ileighu of Georgetown, at the corner of Eighth and High streets. The buildings consist of a handsome and well-built cottage,'containing ten rooms, with large kitchen, parties, and bath rooms, a fine barn and rarnage-howe, summer house, wood shed, and o ner out-building, all in excellent condition. This property has attached nearly three a i?s of ground, highly ornamented, well-fenced, and in per fect order; clioice fruit tree*, flowers, and ornain n tal shrubbery hdorn the place in great profusion ; an inexhaustible supply of pure spring water, a large cistern that never fails, are also fo -nd on the place. Many handsome residences surround this prop erty. Iui healthful location and proximity to the cues of Washington and Georgetown cannot fan to recommend it to persons desiring a beautiful rural residence. Title indisputable. Terms: One fourth cash, the residue in three equal payments at six, twelve, and eighteen months, with interest, iecurct] by a deed of trust on 'he premises. .. ^ JAS. C. McGUIRE, ap rf Auctioneer. By C. W. DOTBLBR, POSITIVE SALE Ttt'O TWO STORY Frame ^ J1?!**? nn '"'"d *? Auctfoa ?On WED ivtsSDAY afternoon, April 20tli, at5 o'clock, I shall sell, on the premises, part of Lot No. 7, in Square Wo. 536, together with the improvements thereon consisting of two two-?to?y Frame House*. one lo-' cated on Third street south, between South D *l and \ irginia avenue, the otb-r on South D atieet between Third and 4#. ' The Houses have recently been erected, and a? I have received positive instructions to sell ihem with out reaerve, an excellent opportunity is piescnted to obtain a barrain. Term*: One-third cash ; balance on a credit of 6, | 12 and 18 months, for notes bearing interest secured by a deed in trust on the property. _ C. W. BOTELER, *P , Auctioneer. t*y J. C. McGflRE, Auctioneer. PEREMPTORY SALE OF A S'TTLDING LOT ni the First Ward.?On TUESDAY afternoo-, April 17th, at 5 o'clock, < n the premises, I shall a. II, without reserve, Lot No. 19 in Square No 51, fronting *4 feet 10 inches on 22d street west, b-tw nonh I. and M street-?, running back 122 feet 2U inches, to a 110 foot alfev< Title perfect. Terms: One half ctuh; the balance in 3 and (5 months, for notes satisfactorily secured, bearing In terest. JAS. C. McGUIRE. ap 14?d Auctioneer. By CRIMES a SCOTT. Auctlonesn. GROCERIES. LIQUORS, CROCKERY, Faith en and Glassware. Store Fixtures, he., at Auction.?On WEDNESDAY, the i8th instant, we shall sell, at 9 o'clock a. in , at the Grocery Htor- nf I). Mines, J- sq , corner of Pa avenue and 20th st., First A ard the remaining stcck of Goods in Store. We name in part? Tea, Coflf-e, Liquors, Wines Brushes Tea C'nisters Store Fixtures. Stand Casks, Binns Stove, Lamp, *c. Terms: All sums of and under $3# cash ; over *30 a credit of sixty days, for notes satisfactorily en dorsed bearing interest. GREEN fc SCOTT, ap 14?d Auctioneers. For Rent, on reasonable terms, the Store, which is one of the best locations in the Ward for business BY J C Mc&UIltR, Auctioneer. PEREMPTORY SALE B* ORDKR OF TUUS tee of extensive s?'Ck of Dry Goods.?By vir tue of a deed in tru.t th : subscriber will sell at public sale on WEDNLSDAY. April lPth, at 10 o'clock, (and continue from day to day until the whole is disposed of,) at the old stand of the late fi m of Hall & Broth* r, on Sevctilh street, the most extensive and valuable stock of Dry Goods ever offered at public sale in the District of Columbia, amounting to over forty thousand dollars in value, and comprising, in pfirt? Between thirteen and fourteen thousand dollars worth of desirable Dress Silks. Three thousand five hunired ddliars worth of Vel vet, Brufc-tls. T tree-plv.and Ingrain Carpet*, Rues, dl-CIoths, and Canton Mattings. Twenty three thn-isauu ^.Rars Worth of assort*.? goods, such as Bt rege*, B?rege Delaines, Mouaseline Delaines of all kinds; ;*C??d. stripe, and plain Cambrics- embroidered Crape Shawls, some very rich; Bay State Shawls, Cashmere SMwIs, long and square; French Mcrinoes, Bombasin-, *nd Alpacas, a large quantity; French, English, and American Lawns; t-'rench and English Gingfiams. < al icoes, Cloths, Caasiineres, Veetings, Linen Drillings, Boy*' wear; Tweede, Cassinets, Table Cloths, Damask Napkins, Brocatcls, Curtan Muslins, Silk and Cot'on Hosiery, Silk and Linencambric handkerchiefs, Twil led Jeans, Blick and Green Summer Cloths, ParasoU, and Bonnets; Crash; Marseilles and Allendale Quilts; Penitentiary Plaid Cot ton, Fulled Cloth, double and single width; Sheep's Gray Css?inets, Kiraeys, Kid Gloves, Lisle-thread Gloves, Kentucky Jeans, Under shirts and Drawers, bilk Mantles, Cloaks, Grass Cloths, and a great many Other goods, too numerous to mention. The goods wdl be sold in lots to suit merchant*. Terms of sale : $10 i and urder cash ; over that sum and under $400 a credit of two and four months; over 9400 a credit of six months, for satisfactorily endorsed notes, bearing interim. ' No goods will be delivered until settled "or. RICHARD WALL \CH, Trustee ap 18?d J AS. C. McGUIRE, Auctioneer By <!? C. McGCIRK, Auctioneer. EXECUTOR'S SALE OF FURNITURE AND Household Effects ?On THURSDAY mormqg the 19th instant, at 10 o'clock, at the residence of the late Thomas Ritchie, on President's square, I shall sell, a large portion of the Furniture and Household Effects, compriug? Rosewood Pianoforte, Stool and Music Stand Rosewood Tete-a Tete, arm, reception and fancy Chairs in satin damask Hindsome damask Curtains and Cornice Large French plate gilt Tame Mirror, with aiabe and Brackets Damask and chints covered I?onnges Mahogany hair, spring and cane seat Chairs Handsome Centre Lamps, Candelabra*, Bronse Brackets. Mantel Ornaments Mahogany Sideboard Etagere. Side Table Solid mahogany Extension Dining Table China, glass and Crockeryware Brussels and three piy Carpets, Oilcloth Hat rack, 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 busk Mattresses Bolsters and Pillows, Marseilles Quilt* Red and Table Linen, Chamber Chain Furniture in servants' rooms, he. Together with a general assortment of Kitchen Requisites. Terms: $20 and under cash; over that sum a credit of 60 and 90 days, for notes satisfactorily en dorsed, bearing interest. By order of W. B. B. CROSS, Trustee. JAS. C. McGUIRE, ap 11?d Auctioneer. By ORKBM dfc SCOT T, Auctioneers, SEVEN VALUABLE LOTS AT AUCTION.? On WEDNESDAY. 18th instant, we shall sell, at 6 o'clock p. m., 34.237*4 feet of Ground, having a front on C street south 14b leet 5 inches, and Oth street east 283 feet 10 inches. The above described property is handsomely lo Cote.t, d slant from the Navy Yard but a few min utes' walk. Terms: One half rash; balance n one and twe years, the purchaser to give notes fir the deferred payments, bearing inisrest from the day of sale A deed given and a de?d of trust taken GREEN It SCOTT, A uctioneers Memoirs of the countess of bleiC wngton, by R. R Madden. M R. I. A . t*u FRANCK TAYLOR TELEGRAPHIC. nrow ro? m DAILY EVEVmO STAB. . aal html Li* Pbilabblfwia, April IT.?Tbo boiler Ht ?ootad with tba Crotoa Mill* at Oirautewa ?"4 ow?* k7 C. Spoaoer, explodod oarly this awraing Tba principal bail ding was maah ?hktUrri. Tbn baiUiia adjoining Ik* boikr bonan, ooeupiad for dytng and dry lag, ?m totally daatroyad. The engineer, C. Soltaar, w?j the only person killed. Fortaoataly for Many othnra, the exploeion took plaoa Men the boor for oommanoing. Few Crlaana Market. Nbw Oblbabb, April IS ?Cotton iaL boi n >t qaotably higher ; a aloe of 3 000 Sugara nave advanced to ?fair, 4| a 4fa. Pork?Meaa, $16 M a $16. Baooc?Sidas, 9o., a decline of l^c Baltimore Xarkata Baltihobi. April 17 ?Floar 1? > toady, bat BO aalta we*e noted Wheat ia Ira aad un changed-white $2 6Sa$2 70; rod tliiaUM. Corn?White $1 OOafl 04, yellow $1.0Sa$l 06. There waa bat little activity in grain thia morning, and the cSeringa vera email Yew Tork Karkefa Niw Tobk, April 17 Cotton ia vnobaacad, with a moderate demand Flonr baa advaaod ^JL co??on qnalitiee; good Ohio Ji0 2!?$ie5#; Soathorn at $11 3la$l0 06. Wheal ia uncharged. Corn?Phoeg are Buffer, but not quotablj higher; Weetorn mixed $1 08 Pork ia a trifle higher ; old meae. $16 SI Beof ia nnchangad aod ia a limited damaad Laid ia bigbar; in barreled87*a$l0.26 Whiaky? Ohio ia upward ; aaloa at 33*a34e Few Tork Stoek Karkot Naw Yobb, April 17.?Stoeka are dull aad lower. Modoj contionea eaay Selae at tbo firat board of Erie Railroad, 60; Cumberland <?oal Companj, 28*. Reading Railroad, 84*: Canton Company, 28*; New York Central Raill ? Hd.' ,^V#rie7 l?i Macon in\ : XV* Rontucky 6'a, 103; California 7 a, 92 ? Auction bales. B> JK. B. WMIOHT, Aattleaaor, O?ars*towp. ?TRUSTEE'S 8A? E OF VALUABLE *EAL I Folate, St?sim Engine. Machinery, Be ?By vir tue of a deed of tropt dated ihe ilth car of Septem ber, 1851, and duly recorded, the >jl?cr t>^rr as t. uste-s, will pell, at auction, on the prerni?es oa *** d?y "f? 4 USSTpm, Be following Lou in Georgetown, with the imnrovn u.en'*, vi*: LflAa 27 and 37 in Peter Beatty A Hawkma' addi tion l ) ? .'?orpetown, paid lota fronting on Bridge ?t ?nd extending beck to Prospect street. ibeim' provetnents consist of a large and subs antral frame buiding, with a Steam Engine of fifteen horse poW ? r, ID complete running order, together with a vari ety of Valuab'e Machinery. This prof>erty is admirably adapted for carrying en an - bu-inens requiring room and an abundant aap plyofwaur; being c. ntiguoue to the Cbesapeake and Ohio Canal, it affi?rd8 tacilrtie* for receiving aup plie* of lui I, Be., at cheap rates. It u rfeeim d unnecessary to grve a ftnher deecnp Don, as every one wishing to purchase will beaoown ??J*??'.rly <?n application to the Auctioneer. ,mm J2&- The property i? at or i vat sale an;-- ?e ?*" ?if i?ale Anply to the Auctioneer or aT"^ec*~ Terms at ihe pale. iSsrs.y.&T' E. 0. WRIGHT, ajirii?lawfcd* Auctioneer. ay J. C JicOUFR*, Aectlon^ar. |")tREMPTORY HALE of 917.080 Allandria I Coupon Bonds?On TUESDAY afteraocn. April 17<hf at 5 o'cleck, at Uie Aeetion Koonae, 1 shall m-ll, in lots to suit purcbaeers, f 17,000 Alexau dria Coupon Bonds. Terms cash, in current funda. J \S C. McGUIRE, ap 11 d A u Bearding. Boardino.-alady having recently takfn ihe hand ome dwelling. No. 3 L'ni< n how, on F street, bet wee i Sixtn and f*e' en'.h, hae si VciaJ fine rooms for families, newly n hed. Mao. single roouis for geutkmcn, aair-h la ger tit an ^re icenerallv appropriated to them. The ? tuaimn i* centfTil, being near th- Patent, Poet Office.*, aai Ind an Bureau, and high and hea.thy for the epriag *.id fUBincr. TranMen* and tabic boarder* accom modated also on reasonable trraia. ap 17 dlw* HOARDING.?A familr wanting board daring the rrcees of Congress, can obtain it at a p eas ant and a comfortable bouse on New Jersey avenue, near, bnd south of the Capitol, No. 55S. Or, tbe application af a mesa of tingle gentlemen woald re ceive due attention. ap 15?3i* Board, *c ? mrs7bates,oa tkTmi^ west corner of Pa. avenue and 9th etreet ia pre pared to accommodate gentleman with room*, with or without board. Every effort will be made to rea der those conil'orttble who may favor her with then patronage. ap 6?tf OEVERAL GENTLEMEN CAN BE ACCOM modated with rooms and board, at No. 689 Twelfth street, between G and H a tree la. ap 3?2w* GREAT INDUCEMENTS. ?| O THE LADIES.?Having dt-tenuined to make a change in my present businees, I will com mence this day to aell off my stock of well selected goodn at coat. Ladies will find many arudee worth their atten tion. I will offer great inducements to all vho will fivur me with a call. A. TATE, ? 314 Pa. ?? , betw. lQtli and 11th ais. I name in part? S'raw and Gimp Bonneta Bonneu and Flat? for Children Bonnet and Cap Ribbone Sash and Fancy Trimming Ribbone Facc and Bonnet Flowers Real Thread and Valencennee L^e and Edgmga Point de Lance, Frencb plait and ?!*?r Laces Black Silk Lace. Mitta, Bobbin Edging* Be. Cambric and Swiss Bands and Flouncing* Do do Edgings and InaerTinga Emh'd and plain Linen Handkerchief< And many other articles too numeroua to men tion. N. B.?A lot ol Drees Cape which will be eold very cheep. ap 11?eo> Mr. W. HENRY PALMER, H HITHXBTO WO** ta ROBKH1 HKILBR, AS much pleasure in informing hie friends aad the public in general that he haa det raiinad on locating himself in this city, and is prepared to receive pupilK lor instruction on the PIANO rOfTL HARM <?NY and COM POSITION. He is permuted to refer to Mr George Riggs, Jr., and Mr. A. T. Kieckhoefer, and any communication addreeeed to him at IMbus B Hitl'r Biutae atore. Peanaylvaaw avenue, will have immediHe Attention ap 13?tf NOTICE OF REMOVAL. NEW FURNITURE 8TORE.?ROTH WELL * BROWN hive removed their House Furo-str ing Store to the large and handsome baiJding on 7th street, next to Odd Fellowa' Hall, where we have for sale a large hnd vaned a -eortment of elegant par lor, chamber aad Cottage Furniture Aleo, Carpetings. Oilcloth, Door Mata Glass and China Ware, Cloeke in variety Wooden Ware, Basket Ware, Veiocipedee Children's Carnage*, Roe king Horse* Mattresses of hair, cotton and aheek Office Table*, Desk*, Chair*, Be. Japanned Tin Ware amiiBaihmg Appaiaaa* They will keep constantly for aale a fall aaet ment of hnuae furnishing Gooda, aad wiM eett the most favorable I? ap P SHIRTS!?SHIRTS! NE W SHIR T ESTABLISHMENT! WASHINGTON, D. C HAVING added to oar e* abliabment a depart ment for the manufacture of SHIRTS, we are prepared to make to order Shirts of superior quality and fini?h. Particular attention pa<d to measuring, fitting aad delivery at the aborteet notice. Saaaple Bo*oois, worked aad plain Aleo, worked and plain French Ctrfb Boys' Sbirta of all qualities We shall gve this branch our espeeiaJ atienooa, and uae every effort to give satisfaction ta prica, make and finish. Sbirta not humg can be retained. Gentlemen's Furnishing Gooda ta *v?ry aayte aad quality. Sune.ior stock ef Gloves. ^ WALL * STEPHENS, pa. avenoe bet Wee a 9th and 10th rts Al-o. 8?* Ph- avenne, 3 doora east ?.f Naioa?l Hotel. Mil MILLINERY. MRS. CHOATE IWill open her apnng strl - of ?ON 'NETS at bar Rooms, 4B Leaismaa ?avenue, on Taeaday next, the 17th Ins'ant. Straw wofh bleached and altered at tan i notice, U

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