Newspaper of Evening Star, April 18, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 18, 1855 Page 3
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K V\ NITO STAR. Local Intelligence. Watch Stcffiso ?Toward the close of last week en* of oar oitisens. Mr Kamsden Peee while walking briskly for the benefl; 0f his Health?a median* he finds to be more ser viceable than the pills, lotions, and powders of *he apo heoary?was brought to a belt by a wspectably dressed person and of go'd *d Sharper Ne I. He produced from his pocket a watch, apparently *?ld ."J'ng " Lxcu^e me, sir; hereV a fine time keeper.very valuable. indeed. I hare been suddenly called upon tj leave the-city on business; bnt having expended my aoiey it watch Yoc bare ^ m h"Ddredu *Bd tw?nty dull an?for 1 k gc shook hia head Celling him He bad no Money, and coald not therefore pur chase it. sharper No. 1 insisted on a business transaction, but at this point without avail, bo Sharper No 1 left Mr Pegg. the latter re-. suming bis journej and walking swiftiy, as if to compensate for lost time He had proceeded Dut a few rods when he was again interrupted , by an individual, doabtless the confederate of the man with "the elegant timekeeper." Said Sharper No. 2, " What did that maa [re ferring to No. 1J say to you?what did he want f" Mr Pegg replied, " He wanted to ?ell me a watch for eighty, and then fell te, seventy, and sixty dollars " " I've seen the watch," replied No 2; "it's a magnifsent article I should have bought it myself if I had had the funds Good day, sir." Having tamed, while in the act of departing, he re marked, "if you should buy the watch, and repent your bargain. just cfell <*n me at my office ?mentioning that he was to be found at aplaoe whieh he was particular in designating. *"? ? *8?' the third time, resumed his journej, almost in a trot; but he was soon brought to a standstill by his first interrup ter. No. 1. " I ve come again?nobody seems to have any money ; my case is absolutely ur gent , I most be off this afternoon. It wants but a few minutes of the time for the cars to ?iart. See what a nioe watch it is "?turning it over and opening it to show the inner work ings. " But I told you before I haven't the money." ? How much have you aaked No 1. " Only nine dol.ars."' was the reply. "Haven't you a silver watch?" Mr Pegg takes one from his pocket. " It looks like a tolerably good one, added No. 1. Now give me the nine dollars and your watch for mine." ' Agreed!" exclaimed Mr. Pegg; and thus the bargain r?*soonaummated No. 1 hastened toward the depui! Mr. Pegg subsequently called on a watchmaker, and seriously a?ked him whit it was worth. The watchmaker,! casting a glance ? the article, informed him thit it was worthless?that the article was scarcely, if ai all, worth as much as old cop j*r Mr Peg;; hurried out in great distnay, either to overtake the one swindier at the cars, or to find the other at his office? which locality, of course only existed in the imagination. Failing in his purposes, he returned te the watchmaker, saying mournfully, " but might not the watch be gold"' The persot ad dressed, again assured him that it was o" no value; but in further response to his impor tunities. eomforted the victim by saying it was worth probably a dollar and a half ! Alas' From this hurried narration we should learn that " all that glitters U not gold " Look to yoce Grass Plats and Gardens. This is the season when our fellow-oi tiroes of Washington. Georgetown and Alexandria saould commence improving every square foot of ground on their premises not occupied by buildings or pavement A plat fen feet squ-re, merely enriched by shading a foe', deep, ma nuring and sowing upon it lawn grass seed, will in a very little time become from its ap pearauce a comfort if not a luxury to a family without ether \ogetation about them. If ded icated to the purpose of a flower garden, and care be taken to enrich it greatlv and plant it for a succession of flewers it will afford much more than enough of those so delightful ad juncts of the family circle If used as a gar. dee for culinary purposes, and properly culti vated, it will go far toward lurnishing the spring and summer esculents required in a family of three or four peraons. Half a oity lot so appropriated and properly attended to,! by nialf sn hour s "t entionin the morning and evening from two or three persons, male and lemale. will produce nearly all the vegetables that a family of half a doien persons can pos sibly consume. John Saul, at the corner of Seventh and H streets, attends to the laying out and other preparation of such grounds and gariens. We know that he is a first rate hand at the business, and charges moderately. We advise every householder in Washington who has ten feet square of ground that ho can de vote to some such purpose, to be sure to do so, as he will thus add to his comfort and health, as well as to his income, if be appropriates it to raising Vegetables; for he will then have lees to buy. M llb Zok took the visitors to the People's Theatre, last night and the night before, by storm behave "no hesitation in saying, ' and (as Mark Meddle would say) we ?' say it boldly," that no dansense superior, if equal to her, has appeared before a Washington audience for the last five years If you doubt it, reader, go and judge for yourself. She is lithe in all her movements, has a finely moulded form, very handsome feature?, a happy blending of suavity and dignity in her deportment, and eyes tellingly expressive. We ? had rather be struck by li htning than with , one of her ptdalt ia some of the flings we saw her exeeute last night. Mons Wiethoff is a champion in his art, and , is a moat acoompliahed " partner " in theie admirable danees. Mr. Manager Keenan de serves wefl of the public for affording it this treat ? Slander Suit ?In the Circuit Court, this morning, was taken up the case of Wm. T Dove against J. H. Mcblair, tor alleged slan der. the former aniii* the latter for dama ea to the amount of $10,00u. Messrs Carlisle and Davidge appear as oounsel for Mr Dove, and Messrs Bradley and Chilton for Mr Mc Blair. The following are the uames of the Sentlemen composing the jary : Francis J. lurpby, William Miles, George Crandell 1 k uT18LP#l#? HePborn- jm V Holmead. Jacob Hanham. Patrick McKenna. Charles F Wood, James M Hatsou, John Waters and Jamea Fullalove Mr Davidge made the open ing speecn for the oomplainant, when the ex ami nation of witnesses was commenced. The trial will probahly oonsume several days. Aii Old Pl-buc Servant.?Yesterday, an aged man nam H David O'Brien, went to the office of the Second District Police, and a?ked i as a favor, to be sent u, the work-house as a ! vagrant. He says he has been ten years in the army, and ten years and five months in the naval service of the United States He came here to try to get into the Soldier's Home, bat is doub'ful about his title to admis sion. His request was granted immediately. DrBAjtT A Bexteb, Washington Hall, cor ner of Fifth street and Pennsylvania avenue, *outh side, having yee:erday received a lr.t ?f very fine oysters, fried a number of thechoioe boneless fish, and?'-remembered the printer." i i WOal<1 ^ discourteous not to acknowledge the reoeption of the present, to say nothing ?!r e Krklifi?*tion to the palate by this means afforded by those popular oatereri to the pub lic appetite 1 v V10* ?f tb# Proper authority is f ?* <*eP?9i,te? of offensive and disgust. ?g filth being continually carted to the vacant lots, corner of G and lOtn street, raising the same therewith abova the level of the side walk; also to the carcass of a dead dog lying Bear the side waik, about the eentre of the rqaare. Tax Sales After |po days auctioneering of very many lots of ground oy the City Col-1 lector, on account of arrearages of taxes the sale of ?"* remainder of the property, not peld for the want of bids?the amount of accu mulated taxes being hii?h?has been post poned until the 7th of May. when those who may ihen have surplus funds, can profitably invest there ?? ? An Investigation ?Four Isds were taken before Justice M >r?ell and Captain birch, at the &utrd house this morning, charged with severely beating another named J. O'Leary Their name* are W Soott, Tbooits liajrerty, Arthur Mi!e->. and (ieorge Miler They are held for a <other hearing, awaiting the result ?A the wounds which they inflicted Thb Ball to vobbow right?The ball of the Eagle Club, of Georgetown, to be given to morrow evening in Forrest Hall, if creating quite a sensation among the gay young folks aronnd us, it being evident that Washington intends to vie with her slater city in the effort 11 hare a happy time of it on the occasion. Fine ootillon music has been engaged, and the managers have strained every nerve to make such preearot'oni as will insure a greater amount of pleasure to all their guests than was ever before enjoyed at such an entertain ment in the anoient burgh The ladies of Georgetown, so proverbial for their beauty and good taste, may look for rivals, by the by, in the art of fascinating the otheT sex, in some of those from Washington who are to hi there to- morrow night. Evpibb Club ? Ihis association of young men, well known to the ci isens of Washing-' ton for the oorrect management of their ex* cnrsicns, soirees, Ac., have just elected officers for the ensuing term, whioh inoludes the ex cursion season. The following are the names of the ofheers elected: W. A Caho, president; M Dannol, vice president; B Hopkins, secre tary and librarian; J Ingram, treasurer. Adied to the objects of the club is the attain, ment of information, for which purpose they have oommenced the establ ishment of a library. Sombthiho for THH Ladibs ? Maxwell and Brother are naw opening, at their store, Penn avonue, between 9th and 10th streets, the lar gest, cheapest, and most complete assortment of newest designs in spring and summer Man. til las, comprising the novelties of the season They are truly beantifnl articles, eo far as we are capable of judging; and. considering the number alreadv purchased by the ladies, we may presume that our taste is in oimsenance with that of the fair whose persons those ar* tides are intended to adorn. Thb Kbhkbl Troufb will give a grand soiree this evening at the Navy Yard, Odd Fellows' Hall. The mere announcement is sufficient to attraot a dense auditory. They are full of fun and music, and are always welcome in the midst of our community. A Vacamct Fillbd ?At a meeting of the Northern Liberties Fire Company on Wednes day evening last, John T. Halleck was elected . Secretary of the company, vice John T. Suter, resigned ? A Misspriwt.?The types made us say yes terday, that the penalty proposed in Alder man Fitspatriok's bill for the prevention of frauds in selling bread, whs a fine of from $200 to $500 for each offenoe, instead ef $2 to $5, as written. Riot?Yesterday, three young men, Danl Moriarty, James Lamb, and Danl Olman were arrested by officer Wise, and taken before i Capt Birch, on the charge of riot. After hear- , ing the evidence, the captain held all three to security for appearanoe at oourt, also to keep the peace - Lost Child.?A small child, very genteely clad, was brought to this office this morning. It has a bruise on the noee. probably from a fall. It hau on a plaid dress am. drab fur bonnet. The parents can find it by inquiring of Justice Donn, or officer Keese. Thb Whitr-Houss Pavilion was opened to-day for the season with a grand shad bake. A large party went down from this city to en joy the luxury. Watch Rbttjrss ?J Burns, profanity, fine and eosts, and dismissed on security for pay-1 tcent. There were six lodgers in who were dismissed this morning. Baltimore Annual Conference of the A X E Zion Church in America The rules of the Philadelphia Annual Con ference of 1852 have been adopted for the government of the Conference now in session in this city, at the First Colored Wesley Zion Cburch. Island, with several amendments, so as to read as follows : On motion of J J Clinton, it was ordered that the Conference shall be opened at 9 o'clock, a. in , with singing aad prayer. On motion of J. D. Brooks, the following rules were adopted : 1. Conference shall be opened at 9 o'clock, a m., wi'h reading a portion of scripture, sing ing, and prayor. 2. The roll shall be called, rules read, and the minutes of the previous day's meeting read, oorrected, and adopted S. No rubjeot shall be introduced by any J member while a question is on the table for discussion. 4 The members when addressing the Chair man shall aland, and do it in a becoming manner. 5. No member shall be interrupted while speaking, except his statements be foreign from the subjeot in discussion; in each case he may be called to order by the Chairman. 6. No member shall speak more than twice on the same subject, except he obtain permis sion from the Chairman. j 7. member shall leave the house with out permission from the Chairman. 8. The members shall meet at 9 o'clock, a. ra.. and any member absent after the time ap pointed for opening the meeting, morning or afrernoon, shall pay a fine of twenty-five cents, the money to be appropriated to the Confer ence fund, except obviated by a lawful excuse, the legality of whioh shall be determined by the Conference. 9 No member shall be absent more than twice during each day's session, nor longer than ten minutes at a time, under th* penalty of twelve and-a half cents, except in case of necessity, such necessity to be determined by the Cooferenoe. 10. Any member refusing to fill an appoint ment given him by the oommittee who makes out appointments, during the sitting of the Conferenoe, thall not have another until its final adjournment, exoept he be prevented by sickness or other unavoidable eircumstanoes 11. After the ordinary business of the Con ference is finished the remaining time may be employed ia discussing subjeots pertaining to the cause of God and the general interests of the connection. Tcbsday, April 17. The Conferenoe met agreeable to adjourn ment, Wm H Bishop presiding. The minutes were read and adopted. On motion of J. Trusty, the day of the final adjournment of tne Conference was fixed for the tenth day from the commencement of the session. It being currently reported in the Confer ence that the brother appointed to preach in the Afriean Israel Church, on Capitol Hill, was rejected by the officiating minister, the following preamble and resolution was offered by J D Brooks : Whereas^here seems to have been amisun derstanding between the elder of the Wetdey Zion Church (Island) and the elder of the Israel Cuureh, (Capitol Hill.) the former staling to the Conference that the latter re. quested him to have his pnlpit filled on last sabbath; arid whereas, a brother was sent to the said church by the Conferenoe, and was rejected by the elder of the same churoh on the ground, a~ he alleged, that no petition had been sent to the Conference to have said pulpit filled, in order, therefere, to prevent future confusion? Re*olv*d, That no church out of the connec tion be supplied with preachers to fill appoint ments unless a written i*tition be sent from the proper authority. ? This resolution caused considerable discus sion, in which the members generally partici pated After which, it wu agreed to II A. Thompson moved that the matter in reference to the abore resolution should not be printed in the proceedings; not agreed to. The Superintendent oomplainingof indispo sition, J. D Brooks, at his and the Associate's request, moved that a chairman be appointed. The motion was agreed to, and Kev. J. P. Thompson wu called to the chair P S was released from Conferenoe duties during this session Document No. 1, from first station, Washing ton, D 0 , was referred to the business com mittee. The hour of adjaurnment was fixed at 14 o'clock un'il otherwise ordered Elder rf T. Soott was appoiuted marsh il of the Conference during the session Adjiumed at the hour appointed I tTTh* oommittee on the nunnery investi gation uf the Massachusetts Legislature, yes terday m iJe a report, recommending no defi nite action It was accepted fy~7*BAKER'S BITOTM.?This home manufactured rems i*-/ dy for Dyspepsia, Nerrossness, and other diseases arl slnr from disordered stomach, etc.. It rapidly winning its way to favor wherever It to Introduced. We were shows a letter on Saturday last, from a gentlemen In Hanover, who dsclaree that after atx rears' intense suffering with Dyspep ? la and nervous ha, during which tin* he used with Ilttle or no effect, a great vafietj ?f medicines rero'emeudwd >v other*, he haa been perfectly cured nf both annoraucea by tlie use of four bottles of BAKER'S KKKHI1M B1TTBH8,? WUh sach unquestionable endorsements, we think that those who are afflcted, aad yet Call to try this remedy, deserve to suffer. Capt. Baker Is one of Mr most reliable citizens, and we feel sattafl e<i that nndar no circumstances would be re commend the nee of hto Bitters where be did not think that g'od would result from so doing. fur cholera morbus suck like cmplalnto we know these Bitters are excellent, basing had frequent occasion* to try them.?Richmond Nor. Mall. Price SC cents j>er bottl*. To b* had of CHARLES 8T0TT k CO.. Washington, D. C.. CANB Y"* HATCH, snd 8ETH 8. HAHCE, Baltimore, and by Druggists everywhere. apr 10?lw ; T~j?XOAH WALKKR k CO., Marble Hall nothing Kmpo J--' rlam, under Browns' Hotel, respectfully announce that their display of tiprtne and Sunimsr Clothing Is now ready for Inspection,, comprising sn assortment of Coats, Vests and Pantaloons of the newest and richest designs In material, trimming and workmanship. To gentleman who study excellence with economy In fashionable article* of dress an opportunity for selecting to offered from one of the largest and most attractive stock of goods ever offered In this city at a very reduced scale of price*. *p 17 fr~7- PREMITM3 AT THE PAIRS.?WHTTEHVB8T8 ?' still In the ascendance.?The Juries of eech of the late fairs at Baltimore, Richmond, and Mew Tork awarded their highest premiums to f. H W. for thetr superiority of Pho tographs, (Jtereottcpfs and Daguerreotypes exhlbite<l. Mr. W. also received two Medals at the World's Pair, Lon don, and a premium at Crystal Palace, Kew Tork. Also, the first awards of the Maryland Institute for three veers past. Wliitehurst's Gallery In this city to on Pa. avenoe, betw. and 6th streets^ fab 17 fp?7=-> THE POETRT OP PHYSIO.?AYER'S PILLS, glide L^-/ sugar-shod, over the palate, but their energy, altliotigb Wrapped up, to tbere, and tells with giant force on the very foundations of dlseaae. Tbere are thoasands of sufferers, who would not wear their distemper! If they knew they oould he cured for SS centa. Try Ayer's Pills and yon will know ft. Pnrlfy the blood and dlseaae will be starved out. Cleanae the system from Imparities aad yoa are cored al ready. Take this best of all Purgatives, and Scrofula, Indigestion, Weaknees, Headache, Backache, 8ide Ache, Jaundice, Rheu matism, derangements of the Liver, Kidneys, and Boweis, all derangements and all diseases which a purgative remedy cau reach, fly before them like darkness before the San. Reader, if yon are suffering from auy of the numerous complaints they cure?suffer no more?the remedy has been provided for yon, and It Is criminal to neglect It. Tbat Ayer's Cherry Pectoral 1s the best medicine for a Cough, is known to the whole world, and tbat Ayer's Pills are the best of all Pills, to known to those whs hare used them. Prepared liy DR. J. 0. A TEE, Low?U, Mass., ?And sold by Z. D. OILMAN, Washington. O. M. LINTHICl'M, Georgetown. JAX. COOK k CO., Prederlckaburg, and by all Druggists everywhere. feb 17?eoim IT"7?A PHENOMENA IN MEDICINE.?Bronchitis, Cough, Dytpeoeta Liver Complaints, Scrofula. Ac.?Por all diseases of the Petna'e System it stands pre eminent. A Clergyman Jual informs us It has cured him of Bronchitis of a desperate character- nartiunlars har ?after. HAMPTON S VEOETABLR TINCTTRE?15y its mild ac tion on the stomach, 11 vei aod kidneys, will cure Dyepep sla, Oough, Asthma, Bronchial and Long Affections Pains in the Back, Side and Urea>t, Consumption, Scrofula, Hlien matism, Gout, Neuralgia, Plstula, Bowel Complainta, Piles, Worms, snd Nervous Debilities?with all diseases arising from Impure blood, and is tbe greatest female medicine ev er know*. This Invaluable medicine is working wonders ?pon thebuuau frame. See advertisement to-day. mar 7 r~r?AS A SPRING AND SUMMER MEDICINE, Carter's L*-' Spanish Mixture stands pre eminent above all others. Its singularly efficacious action on the blood ; Its strength ening and vivifying qualities; Its tonic action on the Liver, its tendency to drive all humors to the surface, thereby cleansing the system according to Nature's own prescrip tion; Its harmless, and at the same time extraordinary gr.<>d effects, and the number of cures testified to by many of the ?>st respectable citizens of Richmond, Va., and elsewhere, must be conclusive evidence that there to no humbug about it The trial of a single bottle will sa ttofy the most sceptical of ita benefits. ?.?See advertisement in another column. fJ^-DR^HOOPLAND-S CELEBRATED GERMAN Bill Tbere are few things which afford ns greater pleasure than sitting down to write a notice of the celebrated Hoof land German Bitters, because we are fully conscious we are ooufarrlng a public benefit, and onr heart tells us that by our notices many have been Induced to take tl>ese Bitters, anl been rescued frotn death by dyspepsia, liver complaint, Ac., "for the cure of whl'h It to certain Ills prepared and sold only by Dr. C. M. JACKSON, at the German Medicine St re, No. 120 Arch street, Philadelphia. See advertisement. mar 9?Sm D. OILMAN, Druggist, has removed to 529 Seventh ' street, opposite to the Patriotic Bank, and Is now pre pared to till all orders for Medicines, Paints, Oils, aad Olaes on accommodating terms. Strict attention will be pal l to physician's prescriptions at all hours of the da; aad night. The night bell to ou the right of tbe store door. ap 11?lm *?P-Jo< 8sillib?tom receives all the new Books and News ftpera aa fast as published. He is ageat for Harper's and all Ibe other Magarlnes, and onr readers will always find a large and rood assortment of Blank Books and Stationery at kts Bookstore. Odeon Building, oor Pa. avenne and <i| su DIBD. On the I7ih instant, Capt. VVM. Gf BSON, in the 55th year of his age. The deceased was much respected for bis hon esty and uprightness during hut life, and ha* left a lari'? family to mourn his loss. Friend* and acquaintance* of the deceased are invited to attend the tuneral from hia late residence, Maryland avenue, b-iwen 12th and 13th street*, at 3^ o'clock. Thursday, 19th instant. On the 17th instant, JOHN DUNCAN, con of J. L. and Ellen W. Hazzard, aged eight mouths and nine days. The friends and acquaintance* of the family are invited to attend his funeral on to-morrow (Thurs day) afternoon, at 3 o'clock, Irom his parents r? si dence, Virginia avenue, between 11 h aud 12th sts., west. (Philadelphia and Camden papers please copy.) * Wants. WANTED?A LAUY TO ADOPT A female Child. Enquire at No. 466 F street, be tween Second and Third, English IIill. ap 18?3t* A YOUNG WOMAN WANTS A SITUATION as Chambermaid or do plain sewing and help to wash and iron, and make herself generally useful The best of reference can be given. Enquire at this office, from 12 a. m. to 2 o'clock p. in. ap 18?It* WANTE D?A MAN ACCUSTOMED TO hordes wants a situation as a driver, and to take care of Horses He speaks French fluently.? Can be found at B. JOST'S, First Ward. ap 18?3t* 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 lor it she is willing to assist in the sewing of the family, and to help in tbe general homework, though not able to do all, is willing to do what the can. Any one wishing a housekeeper she will undertake that at wages enough to clothe hcr?elf and boy. A note addressed to "J W,"at this office, will be attended to. ap IT?3t WNTED.-A WOMAN WANTS A 8ITU ation as Chambermaid, or do plain sewing Has no objection to do nursing. Enquire at MltS ROSS'S, on the corner of 13>^ and D sts. ap 17?2t* WANTED?TO HIBE IMME IATELY.?One strong pair of Horses or Mules, with a good Ploughman, to fallow some corn land- One month employment ceriainly, aud pcrha|>s two or three Enquire at Examiner's Boom, No. b, at Patent Of fice. ap 16?tf A HOUSE WANTED, CONT AINING not leas than eight rooms, including kitchen, and to be located between the Capitol and Navy Yard. If suitable, a li ertl rent wil1 be paid. Address "II Hunt," Navy Yard. ap 16 - 3t* WANTED, BOARD, WITH TWO FUR nished rooms, by a gentleman au i his wife, two children and nurse in a family where there are few or no boarders. Address "J B H," Star office. ap 16?3i? . AN EXPERIENCED HOUSEKEEPER wants a Situation.?A middle aged lady, accustomed for many years to manage the details of a large boarding house, as housekeeper, wauts a situation. She citu uive satisfactory refereucw as to her enerty, industry and experience, and the tidelitv with which she discharges duties confided to her. Ad.'ress "L 8," at tins office. ap 13?tf CANVASSER WANTED.?AN ACTIVE IN telli ent inan is wanted to canvass for popular Catholic Works in the District of Columbia In a suitable person, who can pruduce satisfactory refer ence. Liberal terms will be made. Address (post paid) "J M," Washington, O. C. ap 13?otf WANTFD?A COMPLETE FILE OF THE WEEKLY (Washington City) STAR since its publication up to the pre.^nt date, for whish a liberal price will be paid if sjntto 'his office. ao 3?tf Boarding. BOARDlSCi? A large front Chamber fur nished for rent, with board, where there are no oUier boarders in the hou?at No. 440 Ninth st., between Ganu H. ap 18?2t* Boarding.-a lady having recently taken the handsome dwelling, No. 3 Union How, on F street, between Sixth and Seventh, has several fine rooms for families, newly furnished. Also, single rooms for gentlemen, mtich larger than are generally appropriated to them. The s tuation is central, being near the Patent, Post Offices, and Indian Bureau, and high and healthy for the spiing and summer. Transient and table boarders accoui nmdated also on reasonable terms. ap 17?dlw* I )OAKUINO.?A family wanting board during 1) the recess of Congress, can obtain it at a pleas ant and a comfortable house on New Jersey avenue, near, and noutti of the Capitol, No. 55 A. Or, thP application *f a mess of single gentlemen woald re ceive due attention. ap 16-3t* BO AUD, Ac ?MRS. BATES, ou the south west corner of Pa. avenue snd iHb street is pre pared to acc?xumodate gentlemen with rooms, with or without Itoard. Every effort will be made to ren der those comfort; ble who may favor her with their paironage. ap 6?tf Pot Bale and Fgnt Great bargains for cash ? i have for nle a Garden Spot of 10 acre*, within * few minute*' dnvo of the market, good h.m?to im pmvements. _ Also, * Farm of 100 acrw, a f?-w mil") IVorO the bc wwtb fia.OOO. hat ! will tell it for Also, *>mc valuable slave*, and a ftne harness Horse, suitable for a doctor, as h? is perfectly broke to stand without hitching. To secure great bargains call at 498 13th street, between P and G. GEO. F. MASSEY ap 17?3t? Agent. House to rent?a very pleasant Houee on L, betw?tm 9th and lOtii sirs., hav ing a front yard,-with shrubbery. Also, ba<? vard with fruit trrfes. pump, ic. The house wil. be rcnt pd with or without the furniture. Apply at No. 508 or 510 L street, between 9th and 10th ap 17?2t* OFFICES AND ROOMS FOR rexti Throe good rooms over our store for rent. Being in the centre of business, they are admirably adapted for lawyers, Physician*, Agsnts. fcc. M. W. GALT & BRO 394 Pa. av., beiw. 9th an J 10th Ms. ap 17?.tt FOR RENT?THE STORE HOUSE NOW OC cupied by Barnes h. Mitchell, on Pa. avenue, between 8th and 9th street*. Poisoxion given on 15th May next, on which time the present lease ex pires. Apply to JAMES DIXON, Esq , of tins city, or the subscriber, "Cottage," M'ntg-imerv county, Md. THOS. CONNELLY, ap 16?lw* Handsome furnished parlors?two suits of Parlor* and Chambers on the first and second floors, handsomely furnished, is for rent wrrh or without board. There is gas in the bouse and a bathroom. Apply at MRS. NICHOLSON'S, No. 970 II street, corner of Eighteenth. ap 13?lm* For rent?several handsome par lora and Chambers, with board. Also, Titbir *nd transient board. Inquire at Mrs. SMITH'S, 933 F street ap9 Rents reduced to suit the times. $lj0 a year will he received for the rent ol those new and convenient cottages at Kendall Green, with two acres of ground, stable, wood sh?-d and other convcnienccs attached. Pumps of pute water are near the door, and commitment on is had with Georgetown by way of H and Seventh streets and Per.n. 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 his house at Kenda'l Green, after offic** hours, where the keys may be had and the houses inspected at any time. Severa! of these residences will be sold on liberal terms. WM. stickxey, No, 4, Kendall Gieen. N. B.~Rent? paid quarteily *n advance. apr 9, 1865?tf VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.? The block of buildings known a- the ''Union Buildings." and now occuped by the Union news paper establishment. They are situated on E street between 13th and 14th streets, and fronting directly , on Pennsylvahia avenue. The lot is 70 feet front by 159 feet deep. The property is susceptible of divis ion and re arrangement, *nd its poslti n such as must rauk it among the best business stands on the avenue, and is yearly increasing in value. The time of the present l?ssee expires on the 1st Septem ber next, on which day possession may be had. Also, that large three- story Brick House on 17th street west, (opposite the War Office and three doors south of G stre-t.) Also, that three story House on 17th street west, neit door to the Government Building, at the corner of F ami 17th streets. ShoulJ the ab >ve property not be sold at private sale prior to the 15th of May, it will be sold on tVat day at public auction. Terms will be made favrrable t* th? pnrchasfr. App'y to CH. H. WINDER, Comer of Seventeenth and G streets, mar 19?2awt>*ayI5 For rent, the building and lot sit uated on Maine avenu**, between 4y2 and 6th streets, and adjoining the Foun rv ot Mr Cbailes White, formerly occupied by G. F. Rider, and at present by Gee. E- Noyeg as a machine shop; it is well calculated for manufacturing purposes ; or for the establishment of a grist mill" The lot has .;h area of 12000 square feet, and is enclosed wit a new and substantial fence. Possession given on the Id of May ensuing. For terms apply to WM M. ELLIS, ap 6?law3w Eagle Iron W >rks. T7"ILLA FOR SALE?THE SUBSCRIBER of V fers at private sale the villa in whic'o she at present resides, with eight acres of land, situated at Ellaville, on the Washington and Baltimore Turn pike Road. The h use is new, with all the modern improvements, and the situation has inanv advant ages for persons engaged in business in Washington as it is within five minutes1 walk of the Bladftosburg Depot on the Railroad, and there is also an omnibus running twice a day between Washington and Ella ville. Application to be made to the subscriber, living on the premises. MARY S. VASS. mar 27?2awtf IjjIOR SALS OR KENT. A three-otory Frame, with basement, on New York avenue, between 4th and 5th sts. west. A three-story Frame, with buck building, on I st. north, between 4th and 5th sts. west. Apply for the two last mentioned to JAME3 W. BARKER, on ii street north, between 12th and 13th sts. west. A lw> a two-story Frame, with back building, on Montgomery street, Georgetown. DICKSON &. KING, feb 7?eotf Georgetown. For rent or sale on reasonable 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 James W. Barker, residence on H street north, between 12th and 13th streets west. DICKSON fit KING, * ap 5?Thtf Georgetown. VALUABLE BUILDING LOT AND STONE Foundation for sile at a verj great sacrifice for cash or short credit, beautifully located on 3d st., near the City Hull, being a part of Lot 15, Square 5 39, having a front of ?6 feet and 93 feet 3 inches deep,and has the privilege of a brick wall adjoin ing. Apply to E K. LUNDY, No. 198 Bridge street, Georgetown, D. C. ap 6?if For rent.?four new and convem ent Brick Houses, brown mastick fronts, con taining parlors with marble mantels, dining room, kitchen, servant's room, and five chambers each, and situated on Thirteenth street, Island, near the public grounds, convenient to Pa. avsnue and the Departments. Rent very moderate. Apply at K. H. CLARKE'S office, comer of Sixth street and Eouisiana avenue, or at D. B. CLARKE'S Drug Store, Eleventh street, Island. mar 6?eotl BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE?A VARIET ? of Buildiug Lots in the vicinity of the City Hail Also, in all other parts of the city, on accommodat ing terms. Enquire at Mrs. ADAMS' Boarding House, opposite to Browns' Hotel, to be seen from 8 to 9 a ui. or 3 to 4 p ni. Also, an address through the Post Office will receive attention. mars?eu2m DAVID MYERLE. Furnished rooms-hrs. g Anderson has several furnished Rooms which she wistn-a to rent: situated over the Music and Stationery Store, second door from the Kirk wood House, Pa. avenue. ap 11?eolm For sale or rent rN the first ward A two-st<>ry brick House on 20th street, near M Rent $7 per month, or will be sold for $8,^0 ; one hundred cash, and on the balance 6 years'cred it will be given, payable in monthly instalments and prope ly secured. Apply to T. W. JOHNSON, ap 13?eo3t* Dry Goods Store, First Ward. 17OR RENT-THE DWELLING AND STORE * on 11th street west, one door from Pa. avenue, north side, adjoining Farnham's Bookstore. Apply to GEORGE A. W. RANDALL, mar 2?eotf corner 12th and D sts. FOR RENT?THREE NEW FRAME HOUSES, containing six rooms, each situated on Pie rce street, between L and M streets, being but four squares from the Railroad Depots would make good residences. Kent moderate. Apply to CHARLES THOMA, ou the opposite side or the street, ap 4?lm* A CERTAIN CHANCE TO MAKE A FOR tune ?A lady having acquired a competency in the Millinery business, is now desirous ot dispos ing of her establishment, and retiring into private life. Her location is one of the best iu the city, and is a rare opportunity for one acquainted 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 fee* deep, on graded streets, can, until spring, im- bought at the exceeding low price of $75, payable $3 per month Title indisputable. Union I-and Office, 7th st., above Odd Fellows' Hall, jan 9?6111 JOHN FOX. Secretary. BLACK TBA.-I HAVE just received another Lot of that -upenor, unnvailed black tea, at ?0 cents per pound Special attention of housekeep ers and all wlioj^ishio indulge in a deliciou* cup of Tea is respect fully called to this article, 10 b< had only of Z. >1. P. KING 965 corner Verinent ave. and I strict. apl7-TU' - ... 11 Auction Bale* ? * tiEBIV A SCOTT. AaettoBMri. SEVEN VALUABLE RUI1.DING LOTS AT Aactlon.?On WEOMfcCDAV, li?? Iwnm. w* ?hull *H, at 6 o'clock p nt , 34.1371,' feel of ?ro1;i*i, lurving a front on C street ?#?uth 148 tfset 5 inches. ?rt<1 ?th *?r?*t ?*"* 2^ f**1 10 ?????**? The above d-eeribed properiy is hand*.mely lo cated, distant from the Nary Yard bot a rew nun utes; walk. Tcrnn: On*-half cas ? ; balance in on* and two years, the pure haw to pre note- for the d- ferred pjymenti. bearing interest from day of wc A deed given suui a deed of trust taken * GREEN * SCOTT, ap9-eotd Auctioneer-. Br OUEEN * SCOT f. A#ctUn?*'?? QEVEJf VALUAPLE LOT? AT AUCTION.? 0 On WEDNESPA v. IPth instant, we shall sell, at 6 o'clock p. m., 34,237^ fret of Ground, lumi.f a front on C street sonth 14? teet 5 inches, and 0th Street cast 983 feet 10 inches. The above described property fa? handsomely k> c ted, d stant from the Wavy yard but a few mtn ut<w' walk. Terms: One half rath; balance n one mid two y?ars, the purchaser to give not*** i*r the deferred payim-uts, hearing interest from the Jay of sale. A dee J given and a deed of trust taken GREEN a SCOTT, aplO? eod Auctioneer By J. C Hi on RK, Anctlon??r. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF HORSE AND C.irryall.?On WEDNESDAY afternoon. the 18th instant, at 4 ^'clock, 'n front of the auct'on rooms, I shall sell an excellent Work Horse, Car ryall, and Harness Terms cash. By order of the Administrator. J A9. C. McGCIRE. ap 16?d Auctioneer ?y fiHKKN ft SCOTT. A ?ctlon*?t?. tjlRAME HOU-E AND L??T AT AUCTION.? On THURSDAY, the ISMi iost., we shall sell, in front of the } remises, at 5 o'clock p. in., part o( Lot No. 4. in Square 73, having a front on north K, between 21st and 22d street.?, of 25 feet, runnirj b-ick 14fi feet 11 inches, to a R ide alley, with the improvements, which sre a good two-story frame house , . to Terms; One third e*-h ; balance in 6 12, and IB months, for notes bearing intf rest fr<mi ihc day o" | the sale. , , # A deed given and a deed of tru?t taken 6 GREEN k SCOTT, apr 16?d Auctioneers By J. r. HcGCIUK, Auctloaetr. EXECUTOR'8 SALE OF FURNITURE AND Rons-hold Effects ?On THURSDAY morning the 19th insis?'t, at 16 o'clock, at the residence ot the late Thomas Riu-hie, on Presidenfs Square, I shall se'l, a large portion of the Furniture ^pd Honsehold Effect*, comprising? Kiwewood Piar. iforte, Stool and Mus<c Stand Rosewood Tete a Tete, arm, reception and fancy Chain io sa;in damask Handsome tfatca.?k Curtains and Cornice Lnrge French p'ate gilt frame Mirror, with slabs and Bra kets Damask and chintz covcred lounges Maho2*ny ha?r, spring and cane sent Chairs lland-ome Centre Lamp', Candclabras, Bronze Brackets, Matifl Omam-nts Mahogany Sideboard Etig*T?\ Sid- Table Solid mahogany Extension Dir.iflg Table China, gias- and Crockeryware Brussels and three ply Carpets, Oilcloth Hat lack, Hall Lamp, Rosew ood and Hall Chairs Enamellc t and Cor age Suite Walnut and mahogany Preach Redsteads Walnut Warifrobes, Dressing Bareaus Withstands, Toile' Sets, Tables Snpeiior curled hair and hnsk Mattresses Bolsters and Pillows, Marseilles Quilts Fed and Table Linen, Chamber Chairs Furniture in servants' rooms, kc. Together with a general assortment of Kitchen Requisites. Terms: $20 and under cash; over that sum a credit ot 60 and 90 days, for notes satisfactorily en dorsed, bearing interest. By order of W. B. B. CROSS, Trustee. JA8. C. McGUIRE, ap 11 - d Auctioneer. liy O. W. HIITKI.KH. AuMl >???. POSITIVE SALE TWO TWO STORY Frame House* on the Island at Auction?On WED NESDAY afternoon, April20th, at5 o'clock, I ehalf sell, on the premiers, part of Lot Wo. 7, in Square No. 536, together with the improvements thereon, eorni-nmy of two two-?torv Frame Houses, one lo cated on Third street south, between South D s?. and Virginia avenue. the other on Soath D e'.reet, between Third and 4 . I'lie Houses have re< entlv been erected, and a? i have received positive Instructions to sell them with out reserve, no excellent opportunity is present** to obtain a hartaln. . Terms: fine third cash; bounce on a credit ot 6, | 12 and 18 months, for notes bearing it.tcrest secured by a deed in tnist on the property. U- W. BOTF.LER, ap Id?d Auctioneer. By .T C MeOUlRK. A ?ct louesr Beautiful cottage residence on the Heights of Georgetown at Public Auction On WEDNESDAY mom ire, April 25th, at 10 o?r.:>k pieciselv, on the premises, I shall sell th?t del gtii till cott ig'' residence and grounds tieIoi!g::ic W l'H. J B. S Roberts, IJ. 8. Armv, situated on the lletght> of Georgetown, at the corner of Eighth and High streets. The buildinss consist of a handsome an"! well.built cottage, containing ten rooms, with Itrg" kitchen, pantries, and hath rooms, a fine barn and carriag v house, summer house, wood shed. an< oilier out-building*, all in excellent condition Thi? prc.pertv has attachi-d n arly Uirta rrs of | rroun.l, highly ornamented, wei|-fenc?d. and in per feet order; choice fruit tror*, flowers, and ornam< n- | tal ^hruhl.erv adorn the place in great profusion ; an inexhaustible supply of pure spring w*fr, a laree cistern that never fails, are also fo nd oil the place. Many handsome residences surround thu prop eriy. Its healthful location and proximity to the cities of Washington and Georgetown cann t fail to | recommend it to persons desiring a beautiful rural residence. Title indisputable. Terms: One fourth cash, the residue in three equil payments at six, twelve, and eighteen month", with int* res', secured by a deed of trust on the premises. ' JAS. C. McGUIRF., ap 16?d ' Auctioneer. By OREKN A. SCO^T, Auctioneers "TVALUABLE BUILDING LOTS on 21st ure. t V at Auction.?t>n FRIDAY, the 20ih instant, at 5 o'clock p m., in front of the premises, two hand some building Lots, having a iront ot 22^ teet each on 21st street, between G and H streets north, he ing parts of original Lots N?is 8 snd 9, in Square id. The two lots have a front of 45 feet, runniug back 100 feet, w;th a 10 foot side alley. Title indisputable. Terms : One-third cash; balance in 1 and 2 year? for notes bearing interest from day of sale. A deed given and a deed of tm?t taken. 8 GREEN k SCOTT, apr 16?d Auctioneers. By J. C. McGUlRJC. A?etlon??r. Elegant furnituke. choicei oh Paint ings, Housekeeping Effects, fce at PuW'C , On WEDNESDAY morning, A(?nl 25th. at 10 o elk at the residence of^ol. B S. Roberts, I ... A, on the Heights of Georgetown, I shall sell all his ele- j gant Furniture and Household Effects, comprising Beautiful Tete-a Tete Sofas, arm, reception and parlor Chairs, finished in plush Pair of Divans, arm and sewing Chairs, finished in rich crimson hroeatelle Elegant rosewood and walnut Centre Tables, with white and Egyptian marble tops Beautiful Chines* Cen]fe Table, richly carved and Madeha^Vood Chess Tabls, a rare and beautiful piece of furniture Chinese Work Table, elegant Bronae Figures Mantel Ornaments, Gilt Brackets, Vases Four choice old Oil Painting; A number of beautiful Paint ngs and Engraving, handsomely framed, amongst them a large sized Painting of the Battle of Cha^ultepec, painted to order, from drawings tdM o< the Fine Tapestry, Velvet, Brussels, and three-ply Car pf'td Damask and Lace Curtains, Cornice and 8bnde> Walnut hair cloth Sofas, Chairs and Rocker Superior Wnlnut Writing Cabinet. Et^et** Splendid solid rosewood Chamber Fwniture Walnut and mahogany Dres Ing Bureaus Wardrobes, Washstands, Toilet Sets Bedsteads Bedding Saperior hair and husk Mattresses Solid rosewood Chinese Bedstead, elegantly carved and inlaid with sandal wood and Mahogany extension dining Table, Side Tables Marble top SiJeboard, Butler's Tray Frcnch rhina tea and Coffee 3ets , Granite Dinner Sets Castors, Table Cutlery, Classware Cane and wood seat Chairs. Lounge Bronzed Hatrack, hall Lamp. Oilcloth Superior Cook Stove and Fixtures Together with a large and excellent assortment of Kitchen Requisites. Ti rms .? All sums of and under ?30 cash; over$.? a credit of 60 and 90 days for approved endorsed notes, hearing interest. n s.??The beautiful Cottsge Residence wle re Uie above sale takes place will be sold at pnhle au<*i?>n on the morning of the abova sale at 19 o clock pre cisely. , For particulars see advertisement. The premises may be viewed on the Monday and Tuesday preceding the^ahr^ & McCUI1E, apr 16?eod Auctiooeer. SODA WATER, SODA WATER ! -GAtTTlRR has just erected in his estebh b . ment a fountain of very superior Sofia to aier" which for its delicious and medicinal qns(iti?s i? f*i ahead of any beveia^e ever before tutroduaed. He would call particular attention to 'he snpanoi quality and variety of hi? mi una. which are all made .mm the pure fro^h fruit, and not Irom uey the I acids now m common use, which are al*?y.- mote or le.-s deleterious to the stomach. C GAUTIEB. ap 16? eottw '45*4 Pa. avenue. J TELEGRAPHIC. HTOBTVD FOB TBI DAILY EVElfDVa STAB. Storm in IC?w York State Wbw Tobb, Arpil 18.?A violent thunder mra took pl?et this morning whioh ?t*dcd over the whole State At Brock port hail ?tones foil, measuring fall 7 inches la eiroua* 'erenee Baltimore Markets Ealtimobb, April 18 ?Flour U fir*, sales of 300 hbls Howard street at $11. Wheat is higher, with as upward teed eery; sales of red at $2 60 ft $2 70; white $1 7# e $2 78 Cora la unchanged; tales of white $1 M a $1 03, yel low $1.03 a $! 06 Ike receipts of graia wore fair lew York Markets New Yobb, April 18.?Cotton is anehenced. Floor is apwaid and firm ; good Ohio $10 lHja $10 60 ; Southern is firmer, $10 7&a$ll Wheat is upward and firm Coro-?s a trifis easier, but not qnotably lower. Pork is opward and a trifle hightr ; old mess, $18 32; >?w;$17.7Js $17 87 Beef is opward and firm Whisky Ohio 25c Hew York Stock Marks'. Nbw York, April 18 ?Stocks are hoary and money is easy. Sales this morning of Indiana 5sstn3f; Virginia 6'? at 96f ; Louisiana 6's, 94;; Cleveland and Toledo railroad 74 ; Can ton ? Jotnpany 26 ; Pennsylvania Coai Company 104}; Cumberland Coal Company 28ft; New Vers Central Railroad 931; Erie 4*|; Read ing Railroad 84; Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati Railroad 104. Auction bales. By J. C Mi Ul IRK, Aset<on?er. Gold and silver watches, chains, &c. nt Auclioo.?Oe FRIDAY afternoon, Apl ?JOtli. at 5J{ o'clock, at the Auction room*, I toall n il sn invoice of tine Gold Watches, comprising? Full jrwellcd Huniiug Lseasa. Detached Hunting Lever*. nji?abl? for ladies AHo, <?pen-t *. ed Levers, Lepine, Silver Hunting, and plain Wait lie* Alee, a small lot of fine gold Guard, Vest and Fob Chain* Proton* in want will do well to attend tbe sate, as the good* will be said without reserve Terms cash. JAS. C McGUIRE, ap 18?d Auctioneer. By WALL, BARRAltD * CO , Aotis. \f/LUAHLE IMPROVED PROPERTY ON F rtreet si AurOoo?Oi MONDAY, 23d mruat. j at 5 o'clock p. m., we ahall tail, mbj^ct to a deed of I fti?t, the went half cf I?nt No 2S, fronting thirty i l-? t nil the south side of F street, between I-Hh and 14ifi, running l>?ck one hundred Ieet to a thirty feet al ev, improved by a raroe Building and anew brick Sta'?!e. This Lot i? in (he best of localities, and in> fast improving pari of the city. Title indisputable. Terms made krov n at sale. WALL, RARNARD fc CO., Auft* , 317 Pa. avenue, corner of vth *t. ap 18-dts (Intelf By J. C/MeOUIRK. Avetloaeer. I EXCELLENT FCRSITURE AND HOCSE j hold I.ffects at Auction ?On TUESDAY morning, April 84. at 10 o'clock, I shall *eil, at the residence of E. Lallouette.-E?q , on the south side of Pa. avenue, *?-tween 19th end SUtb *\r . all his Furniture and Housekeeping Effects, comprising Hanasome mahogany carved French Sofa Carved do Parlor Chairs, Rockers Marble top Centre Table. Whatnot I'air of handsome mahogany Card Tables Bronxe Chandelitrs and drop light (or gas Excellent parlor and chamber Carpets Large quantity ml niptrior Oilcloth Bronze Hattree, Ha I Lamp ixcellrn' mabos nv Wardrobes Dressing Bureau* Toilet Sets ? Vitiate P.edsteads. Washstand* Superior hair and husk Mat'sea^es Uosr B ankets Ma pie cane-seat Cbairv Roekcr* F.'.c- llrut .latnask Curtains, Shades and fixtures B( l?teas ami Pillow* Comf ris, Spieads, kf Term* ?f sale: ?ir> and under cash ; ever thai sum a credit of sixty aad ninety divs, for approved en diwd u?4es Oeenne interest The above Furnitun is i-early n*w and excellent qualttv JA8. C. McGUIRE, apr l8--d Auctioneer. Uy J. C McOLIRW. Auctioneer. pRl STEF/S SALE OF VALUABLE HOUSE ? and Lot. By virtu" of a deed of trust ftom W. F. Au.-tin *nd wife, bearing date on live 6th day of junuarv. 1*S54 and recorded w l.iber J A. 8 , No. 70. folios .Ufl, 337, 339. and 340. the subscriber wi I sell, at public on THURSDAY, the 36th ay oi April, 18S5, at Z o'clock p. m , oa toe premi scii on Fir-t ptreettast between N snd Oat sooth, part c?l I.nt No 5, in square ?outh of square !fo 7?4 fronting 69 ieet 11 inches on First street eul, by 15 feet deep, on a 60 Ieet alley, together with the build in** snd improvements, which consist of a well and siitN-lftntially built two -lory frame dwel'ing houae. The terms of aale will Ih' : One half cash, and the balance in equal payments st 6 and 14 month*, for notes bea-ing interest from day of sale, secured by deed in trust upon the pr> perty. If the terms ol *ale are not complied with in six days after the sale the property Wi:l be resold, at the risk and expense of the purchaser CH AS. S. WALLACH. Trustee. JAS C. McGUIRE, ap 18?eofcds Au':uoneer. NOTICE OP REMOVAL. XTEW FURNITURE STORE.?EOTH WELL k ?N BROWN have removed their House Furu sb ing Siore to the large and handsome building on . lb street, next to Od.l Fellows' Hall, where we havs lor sale a Iar;r? and varied a sorunent of elegant par lor, chamber and Furniture Aiso, Carjwtings. Oilcloth, D<?or MaU Glass and China Ware, Clocks in variety Wooden Ware, Basket Ware, Velocipedes Children's Carriage*. Roeking Home* kl iitresses of hair, cotton and ahuck Office Tables, Desk*, Chairs, fcc. Japanned Tin Ware andiBaihing Apparauif They will keep constantly for sale a full aeeoo menl of house furnialiing Goods, and will s?-li -n tlic most favorable terms. ap 6?snlm GRAND OPENING OF MANTILLAS. \C AX WELL a BRO. arv now opening (in the room over their *tore) the largest, cheapest, and tno?t complete af>rtment ot neweet designs in Spnng and Summer Mantillas, comprising all the novehiea of the season, viz : Tbe Cremona Ilew Drop Leonora Moire Antiqe, talmas lie Moire Annqee Scarla Applique Heloiae L'ly Lavinis V B.- As this is a new branch of our biiMneea we are determined to offer M^ntillaa at it* prices thsn anv other house in Washirgton. 7 MAXWELL k BRO , Pa. avenue, between 9th and lOih st*. ap 17?eo3t MICHAEL NOURSE, NOTARY PUBLIC AND AGENT FOR BOUNTY LAND CLAIMS, AND FOR THE CONNEC TICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COM PANY OF HARTFORD. He has in bis possession the ROLLS of the MWtoa of the District in the W*ar of 18H. and wdJ prepare declarations and papers for soldiers, wldews^aad .rphans. sp 14-eo6t ~ U?lted RtftOee } Washington, April 16,1S66. | ON the oetitina of Gaotos Pans, of Washiegtna, * D C prayine for the extwu^on of a pataet frreet^l to him on the IGth day of July, 1S4L fcr a^Tmprovemsut in "p.rt*Ue strcelar ssw -Ms," for seveo ysars ftom the ? c '? which takes piaee oe ths lfih day of July, rif h.ser! hundred and ftlty-flvs: . . It ia ordered that the auid pe^tkm he heard at ths Patent (?ffloe on Mondny. ths Id day cf July, 18to, at 12 o'clock m ; and all persons are notified to appear and ahovr pause, if any they have, why said petition onght not to be granted. Person* ?v\- sing tbe extension are required to file in tbe Patent Office their otyecttons. specially set forth In writL-g, at least twenty day* befere the day of bearing; alltestlmony ft led by either party to be used at the said hearing must be taken and muted in accordance with the rules of ths oaos, which will be farnisbel *n application i The testimony in the oese will be closed ee tne 22(1 day of Ja^e; deposirions and oO-r lied on as testimony must be filed to tb*?* ^T ^T? befere the moraine of that day; the arrumeaw, anv, within ten days thereafter ..... j , t>WB Ordered aUo,ttxattb*e be pe?*e^ to tte Orderee also, mat rir ? inr Plir Waehlne Union, Intelllgeooer, ead ?'' ton, D. C4 A?g?*' 2?L*1^*5L Yet? onoe a w?*ek for tares w_!l the *1 day ?? Jah ^ A Hios Commiesfocer of Patent* p g Bditors of the above papewwill ptoase oopy and a nd their bills to the Patent Ofcee, with ej uel MM this aoors ape 1 |7(iR KENT-ROOMS FLWIRIjFn IF ?E r q-ired, m an elevaltd and ? lty, s uih side Uf the SmiitoMtoie let mm, which are moderate.apply ?? ' at ttie corner of Tenth and B street* No ap 17?eo3t*

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